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Publications on Bibliography and Fine Arts of FRED. MULLER 





Asher (G. M.) Biblio^aph. and historical essay on the Dutch booka and pamphlets relating l^ng 

Netherland, and to the Dutch West- India-Company, as also on the maps, charts etc. of New-Neil- — 

Amsterd. 1854 — 67. With facsim. of the map of New-Netherl. by N. J. "Visscher and of the 3' — 

views oe New-Amsterdam. 4to. fl- te 

The same. Large thick paper. ->ls. 

Bibliotheek van Nederlandsche Pamfletten. — Eerste Afdeeling: Verzameling van Frcderik J — 
Amsterdam. Naar tydsorde gerangschikt en beschreven door P. A. Tiele. Amsterd. 1858 — 61 
4to. ;c. 

{Library of Dutch Pamphlets. Firtt Part: Collection of Frederik Muller.) _, — 

Bodel Nijenhuis, J. T., Liste alphabetique d'une collection de Portraits d'Imprimenrs, de Libra 
de tons les temps et de tons les peuples. (Leide). 1836 — 68. 7 Parts. 4to. — Rare. ges, 

Privately printed in a very small number and not put into commerce. and 

Catalogue of Books, Maps, Plates on America, and of a remarkable collection of Early vc^^'^^* 
including a large Number of Books in all languages with Bibliographical and Historical Nc^- — 
presenting an Essay towards a Dutch- American Bibliography ; on sale by Frederik Muller. i-hno- 
1872—75. 3 Parts. With 3 Facsimiles. Bvo. iP^J 

Contents : Books. 3520 Nos. — Portraits. 1280 Nos. — Autograpsh. 1508 Nos. — Historica 
graphical and Topographical Plates. 1855 Nos. — Atlases, Maps, Charts, Globes, and Books on G "^°* 
and Cartography, 2288 Nos. nere 

The contents, arrangement and description of this literary and artistic collection of rare and valuab ^^°^ 
and modern books, maps, etc. in order to give this Catalogue a more literary character than that o *"^' 
register of books, make that it retains his value, although the greater part has found a place in p 
private collections of America. The large historical and literary notes, specially referring to New-N( ae, 
New-Sweden, Brazil, etc. are not repeated in the Catalogue of 1877. va» 

Catalogrus 10,000 Dissertationum et Orationum theologicarum a. 1650 — 1850, in Academiis Neer • 
Germaniae, Sueciae habitarum. Acced. duo indices, prior rerum, alter locorum S. Script., cur. J. iae, 
Slee. 1868. 8vo. ier. 

Catalogus 10,000 Dissertationum et Orationum juridicarum a. 1600 — 1806 in Academiis Neerl -• 
Germaniae, Sueciae etc. habitarum. Cum indicib. rerum, et locorum Corp. Juris, cur. E. J. (SS. 
1867. 8vo. -ed.) 

Catalog (Ausfiihrl. Bibliograph.) der reichhaltigen Sammlungen Hebraischer u. Jiidischer Biicher \ 2.80 
von Jacob Emden u. M. J. Lewestein, im Besitz von F. Muller. 1867. Lief. 1.2 (All put 

Cont. the very detailed description of 700 Hebrew works. loyfis 

Documents Iconographiques et Typhographiques de la Bibliotheque Royale de Belgique. ■'"^' 

Facsimiles photolithographiques, avec texte historique et explicatif, par MM. les Conservateurs et Em 

de la Bibliotheque Royale, puMies sous la direction et avec le concours de M. le Conservateur e 

Premiere S6rie. — Les Bois. ® 

Imperial-folio, imprime a 200 eiemplaires (190 sur velin et 10 sur papier de Hollande). 
Cette s6rie contiendra 6 livraisons, aux prix de 12 francs sur papier velin, et 24 francs sur pai 

Hollande. -^ Paru : 
le livraison : — Spirituale Pomerium, par M. L. Alvin. 6 feuilles de texte et 6 planches in-folio. 

2. Gravure cribl^e : Impressions negatives, par M. H. Hymans. 6 feuilles de texte et 3 planches. 

3. La Vierge de 1418, par M. Ch. Ruelens. 12 feuilles de texte et 3 planches. 

4. Vue de Louvain, par M. J. Petit, 6 feuilles de texte et 18 planches. 

5. Les Neuf Preux, par M. Ed. Fetis. 2 feuilles de texte et 4 planches. 

Continuation on the last page of the cov 







si\\\i and ^0ttth gim^ri^a, 

LUDiNG THE COLLECTIONS OF VOYAGES BY de Bpy, Hulsius, Hartgors, etc. 





Heerengracht, KK 329. 








The indication of the size of the maps and plates is give7i in centimeter, French 
measure, and relates to the copperplate, toithout the margins. — The abbreviations for 
the autographs are folloioing : A. L. S., Autograph Letter Signed. — L. S., Letter 
Signed. — D. S.y Document Signed. 

The prices are in Dutch florins. 

1 Aa (P. van der) Do doorlnchtige Scheeps- 
tochten der Portugysen na Oost-Indien, gelyk se 
door J. de Barros bescbreven zyn. Uyt h. Por- 
tiig. vert. 2 vols. fol. 

{The famous voyages of the Portuguese to 
East-India, as described by J. de Barros. Trausl. 
from the Portug.) 

De gedenkwaardige Voyagien der Spanjaar- 

den na West-lndien, gelyk ze door A. de IlciTcra 
bescbreven zyn. Uyt h. iSpaansch vert. 2 vols. fl. 

{^The memorable voyages of the Spaniards to 
West- India., as described by A. de Herrera. 
2'ransl. from the Spanish). 

De wydberocmde Voyagien na Oost- en 

W. Indien der Engelsen; alios onlangs uyt h. 
Eng. vert. 2 vols. lol. 

{The widely famous voyages of the English to 
East- and West- India; all trans t. recently from 
the English.) 

De aannierkenswaardige Voyagien door 

Franc., ltalianen,Deenen,Hoogduitschen en andere 
vreemde volkeren gedaan na Oost- on W. Indien. 
leder Keisbeschryv. uyt de oorspronkel. taal 
vert. 2 vols. fol. 

( The very interesting voyages by the French, 
Italians, Danes, Germans and other foreign nations 
to East- and West- India. Each voyage trans- 
lated from the original language.) 
Togetber 8 vols. fol. Many maps and plates. Leyden, 
P. V. d. Aa (1706—7). — Complete collection. 25.— 

2 Aa (P. van der), Same work, Iiarge paper. 

fol. Calf gilt, ^erij fine copy. 45.— 

Each work also to be had separately. 

3 Do aanmerkenswaardigste en alomberoeinde 

Zee- en LandrcJzcn der Portugoezen, Spanjaar- 
den, Engelsen en allerhande nation, zoo van 
Fransen, Italiiianen, cnz. Voornaamenlyk onder- 
nonion tot ontdekking van de Oost- en West- 
lndien. Voonnaals alleen ten deele verzameld . . . 
doof /. L. Gottfried. Maar onlangs uit de Por- 
tug., Spaanscbe . . . taalen veruieerderd, en nu 
eerstlyk in bet Nederduits ovcrgezet. 's Gravenb. 
en Leyden, 1727. 8 vols. Dutch velluifi. fine copy. 
fol. 32.50 

{The most remarkable and celebrated voyages 
and travel* of the Portuguese, Spaniards, English 
and various other nations, as French, Italians, 
etc., undertaken principally for the discovery of 
the East- and West-Indies. Only partly previously 
collected by J. L. Gottfried; but now augmented 
from the Portug., Spanish etc., and for the first 
time translated into Dutch.) 

4 Naauwkeurige versameling der gedenkwaar- 

digstc zee- en landreysen na Oost- en West-lndien, 
mitsgaders andere geweston gedaan sedert 1246 
tot op deseu tyd. Leyden, P. v. d. Aa, 1707. 28 
vols, calf or vellum. Many maps and plates. Svo. 
Fine copy. 30. — 

{Accurate collection of the most memorable voya- 
ges and travels to the East- and West-Indies, and 

Frederik Mum-er & C°., Amsterdam. 



40 Aen de Hoogh Moog. Heeren Staten-Generael. 
4to. (1674.) 16 pp. 2.50 

Request of the shareholders of the W. I, C. for 
a subvention by the States Gen. — Interesting, as 
it contains an abridged history of the Company. 

41 The same, annexed: an extract (4 pp.) from 

the resolutions of States Gen. of 1649, relat. to 
the pecuniary assistance of the Comp. 3.— 

42 Aen-Spraeck aen den getrouweu Hollander 
nopendc de Procedureu der Portugesen in Brasill. 
's Grav., 1645. — Antwoort van den getrouwen 
Hollander... Ghedr. 1645. — 2 parts in 1. 4to. 
(Asher. 206 and 207.) 10. — 

(Address to the faithful Hollander on the pro- 
ceedings of the Portuguese in Brazil. - 'Reply of 
the faithful Hollander, etc) 

Entirely uncut copy of these two rare pam- 
phlets; both — very interesting and written by 
violent adversaries, — are so closely connected, that 
they ought always to be kept together. 

43 Aenwysinge, datmen van de Oost- en West- 
Indische Compagnien een Compagnie diene te ma- 
ken, etc. 's Gravenh., 1644. 4to. foot uncut. (Asher 
No. 187.) 36 pp. 2.— 

{Proof that one Company ought to he formed out 
of the East- and JFest-India Companies.) 

44 The same. 2de druck vermeerderd en ver- 

betert. Ibid. 2644 {sic! instead of 1644.) 4to. Not 
mentioned by Asher. 3. — 

{The same, 2d edition enlarged.) 

45 Aikin (P. P.), Vergleicliende Darstellnng der 
Constitution Grosz-Britanniens und d. Ver. Staa- 
ten V. Amerika. Bearb. v. K. J. Clement. Leipz. 
1844. hf. calf. 8vo. 1,50 

46 Aitzema (L. van). Historic van Saken van 
Staet en Oorlogh, in ende omtrent de Vereen. 
Nederl. beginnende 1621 tot 1668. 's Hage, 1657— 
1671. 14 vols, in 15. vellum. 4to. 15.— 

{History of the affairs of State and IFar, of the 
United Netherlands, 1621 till 1668.) 

47 The same, with the Supplement by L. Syl- 
vius (1669—97.) 's Hage, 1669—99. 11 vols. calf. 
fol. Best edition. 30.— 

The high importance of this work consists in its 
vast mass of original documents, instructions, trea- 
ties, memoirs of the ambassadors, resolutions of the 
States-General etc., which are nowhere else to be 
found together. The relations of the author with the 
highest functionaries of the State, enabled him to 
collect them, and it is a fact sufficiently known, 
that — where these did not suffice — he even had 
recourse to corruption and other means in order to 
get those authentic documents, which make his work 
one of the richest and most valuable sources existing. 

It contains numerous pieces concerning New-Ne- 
therland and the other parts of America, for inst. in 
vol. I: The foundation of the West- India Company; 
' Piet Heyn and the capture of the Spanish Silver- 
fleet; Capture of Olinda. — Vol. II: Usselincx and 

the Swedish South-Company. Prince John Manricc. — 
Vol. Ill: Affairs in Brazil. — Vol. IV and V: 
Negotiations of Downing and Disputes between the 
W.Ind. Comp. 

48 Albany — Accounts of the annual festivals of 
the St. Nicholas Societyat Albany (founded 1827), 
in commemoration of the relations with the Ne- 
therlands, as part of New Netherland. 1828—42. — 
14 Nos. of the Nederl. Staats-courant and Daghlad 
van 's Gravenhage. — D. Veegens, Account of the 
New York Historical Society. Konst- en Letter- 
bode, 1845. 2 Nos. 8vo. — In all 17 pieces in 
Dutch ; bound in 1 vol. bds. 4to. 6. — 

49 Albany Gazette, Tuesday, March 19, 1799. 
1 sheet. 4to. 4.— 

Interesting specimen of an American News-Paper 
cont. tidings from Baltimore, New-York,Ba9saterre, 
on the capture of the French frigate Insurgente, on 
an insurrection in Northampton County (Pennsylva- 
nia), etc. 

50 AlbertiniSjFr., Opusculum de mirabilibus Nouae 
et Veteris vrbis Komae, editum a Francisco de 
Albertinis, clerico Florentine. Romae, per Jacohum 
Mazoehium, 1510. cloth. 4to. 30. — 

On leaf 101, a passage referring to Vespuccius. 
— Harrisse, Biblioth. Amer. Vetustiss. N". 64 Pirst. 

51 Album Amicorum of P. Scriverius, lear- 
ned Dutch Historian, whose many relations with 
the learned Europe of the 17th century have made 
his Album Amicorum the receptacle of the most 
illustrious names of his century in every region 
of Science. It contains no less than eighty-two 
autograph signed inscriptions, mostly Greek 
and Latin poems, proverbs, maxims, aphorisms, 
etc. etc., by Dutch, German, French, English, 
Polish and Kussian scholars. Besides five supe- 
rior drawings by famous Dutch artists. Item- 
braces a period of 38 years, from 1600-1638. 
Together 356 pp. in the original vellum binding. 
royal 8o. 350.— 

To give an idea of the interesting contents of this 
Album a selection of the names is made, amongst 
which some deserve a prominent place in an Ame- 
rican Collection -. 
JosKPHUs ScALiGER, Greek poem and quotations in 

5 Oriental languages. 1601. 
Hekjjerstain, O. H., V. S., and G, S., (Russian 

Traveller and family), their devices. 1609. 
J. BoDECHER Banning, Dutch poem and Latin 
letter of 3 full pages, written on the Recif 
DE Pernambuco in Brazil, 30 July 1638. 
Greek poem. 17 lines, with Russian signature and arms. 
1). Heinsius, Latin poem of 56 lines. With subscrip- 
tion : "scripsi Amstelreodami in domo Austriaca." 
J. C. Gevartius, of Antwerp, proverbs. 1615. 
Pii. Cluverius, the Geographer, quotations. 1617. 
W. Bedwellus, Anglus Hasliugburiensis, inscrip- 
tions in Oriental languages. 1612. 
P. v. K. (Palamedes v. Kenlen, Pseudonym of the 



Datcb poet Joost v. Vondel), poem on the Armi- 
niaa Hogerbeeta. (See his works edit, by J. van 

' Lennep II, 322.) 

Hugo Grotius, Latin poem of 24 lines. 1616. 

Is. Massa, Dutch Merchant in Russia, author of 
the very interesting pamphlet on the discoveries 
of Hudson, the early Voyages to the North-Pole, 
cet. : Russian inscription. 1627. — unique au- 

P. CiioART i)E BuzANVAL, French Minister to 
Holland, Lat. device. 1601. 

cet. cet. 

Of the 5 drawings, we mention : 

J. VAN DK Velde, portrait of an old man, bust, 
with interwoven inscription: IVE. 1628. — 
Splendid drawing in red and black chalk. Ex- 
ceedingly well preserved. 

J. VAN BoucHORST, a Haarlcm-artist, whose works, 
engravings and drawings, ai'c of the greatest rarity, 
2 beautiful drawings. 

P. Saenredam, the famous painter, the Mai'kct- 
place at Haarlem. — Very fine drawing in India- 
ink and pencil, signed and dated 1629. 

52 Alexander (G. W.), Letters on the slave- 
trade, slavery and emancipation. Lond. 1842. sui. 
8vo. 1.— 

53 Allen, WilL, distinguished author, Pres. of 
Dartmouth Coll. 1817, of Bowdoin Coll. 1820— 
39. — A. L. S. to Silas Diirkee of Meredith, dat. 
Bowd. Coll. July 17, 1824. 1 p. 4». 1.50 

On the course of Lectures in the Medical School 
of Maine. 

54 AUert (L,), Der Dollmetscher in Amerika. An- 
leitung, die engl. Sprache in kurzer Zeit zu ler- 
nen. Leipz. 1848. bds. 8vo. —.80 

55 Almanaoh (Groote Sehrijf-) op bet jaer 1641. 
Ghecalculeert door D. Origanus. Amsterd., ('. L. 
van der Flasse, 1641. sd. 8vo. 10. — 

{The Great Writing-Almanac. . , for 1641. Cal- 
culated by D. Origanus.) 

Perfectly clean copy. — This very rare Almanac 
contains an Appendix of 10 pp.: Een gedenckwaer- 
dige bedenckinghe van 't vinden van de Nieuwe \Ve- 
reld, dat uiet langher geleden is als omtrent 130 
jaren . • . door Chr. Columbus. {A memorable ac- 
count of the discovery of the New World, not lon- 
ger ago than 150 years Christ. Columbus.) 

This Appendix may be had separately for flor. 8. — 

56 Almanach (De naauwkeurige Hollandsche) 1779. 
Amsterd., A. Meyer. (1778.) plates, bds. 16mo. 4. — 

(The accurate Dutch Almanac.) 

yery rare and curious. — Besides a Description 
of the (14) British Colonies in North America, it 
contains 12 fine eiigraved satirical plates on the 
mode of Headdress of both sexes, for every month 
in the year, and 2 folding plates representing 12 kinds 
of hair-dressing of ladies. 

57 Almanac Amdricain, Asiatique et Africain, on ctat 
physique, polit., ecelesiast. et militaire des colo- 
nies d'Europe en Asie, en Afrique et en Am^riquc. 


Paris, 1786. 390 pp. hf. calf. 12mo. 2.— 

At the end : Recueil diplomatique pendant 1785. 
82 pp. 

58 Almanak (Surinaamsche Staatkundige) voor 
1795, door Cli. Brouwn. Paramaribo, (1795.) 8vo. 
— Very rare. 2. — 

{Political Surinam Almanac for 1795.) 

59 Aloe Americana. — Specimen of this plant 
in the Royal Gardens of Copenlck (near Berlin), 
the first which bore flowers in Europe, from 
25 May till 28 Oct. 1712. \n the distance the 
palace and the old-styled gardens. Fine and curi- 
ous engrav. by /. G. Wolfgang, Berlin 1713. With 
Lat., (j!crm. and French inscription. 2 sheets. Very 
Ig. fol. — Together: 112 by 60 centim. 8.— 

60 Another specimen, „florens in Horto Vol- 

cameriano. Norinibei*gae. 1726." German engrav., 
with addr. Nurnberg bey J. O. Puschner. With 
German legend. Ig. fol. 69 by 45 centim. 4. — 

61 Another specimen, flowering at Leyden. 

1757. Dutch engrav. by A. Delfos. Ig. fol. Colou- 
red. 63 by 48 centim. — With separate explana- 
tion in Dutch. Rare. 4. — 

62 The same plant, differ, engrav. am. 4". Copy 

on satin. Very curious. Unique. — For: The Dutch 
Mercury, 1757. 4. — 

63 Another specimen, blossoming in the Im- 
perial Gardens at Schonbmnn, near Vienna, 1760. 
Dutch engrav. by A. Delfos. 1762. With Latin 
inscription. Ig. fol. 61 by 42 centim. 3. — 

64 Another specimen, flowering at Utrecht 

(Holland), in 1782. Dutch engrav., with Latin 
inscription, fol. 43 by 26 centim. 2. — 

65 Another specimen, in full bloom, at the 

villa Westermeer, near Haarlem (Holland) in 1825. 
Lith. by Engelmann. With Dntch inscription. Ig. 
fol. 1.— 

This curious collection, N". 59—65, of plates on 
the various specimens of the Alee Americana, which 
blossemed in Europe, interesting fbr th^ many par- 
ticulars on its growth, etc., if taken together, fi. 20. — 

66 Alphen (D. F. van), De Novo Belgio colonia 
quondam nostratium. Lugd. Bat. 1832. 8vo. 1.76 

67 America. — The four parts of the World: 
Europe, Asia, Africa and Americji, represented 
by women in caracteristic attire: America as a 
naked female riding on a fantastical animal, in 
perspective cannibals, fight of the natives, etc. — 
Set of 4 emblematical plates (1—4), engrav. after 
M. de Vos, by A. Collaeri, with address of C. J. 
Visscher. (about 1600). Ig. sq. 40. ~ Mounted. 
Fine and rare. 15.— 

68 Same subject. America represented by 

a scene of native life. — Set of 4 emblematical 
plates (1—4), with address: C.J. Vitscher de Jonge. 
(1650). sq. fol. 12.— 

69 The four parts of the World. Emble- 
matical plate: on one column the names of the 
13 Unit. States and of the other different countries 



in America, with figures of the natives of these 
regions. Invented by J. G. Visser, engrav. by 
T. Koning, at Amsterdam 1798. Ig. sq. fol. — With 
engraved key. Ig. sq. 4". 3.50" 

70 Same subject. America represented by a 

young girl in native dress. — Set of 4 plates by 
Sertrand, with address: Pam, .(<«/non^about 1800). 
4". 4.— 

71 Same subject. Africa and A m e r i c a repres. 

by young girls. 2 lithogr. by Lemercier. sm. fol. 


72 America. — Maps. — Novissima et accuratis- 
sima totius Americae descriptio per N. Visscher. 
(Amst. about 1670). fol. 54 by 44 cent. — Coloured. 
— Dedicated to C. J. WUsen, Director of the 
Dutch W. I. Comp. 2.50 

73 Same map, but much more correct, 

especially N. Araer., and larger, by /. Banckerts. 
Amst. (about 1680). fol. 59 by 48. 2.50 

74 Ilecentissima Novi Orbis s. Amer. tabula, 

by C. Allard. (Amst., about 1695), sq. fol. 58 
by 49. 2.50 

In the left hand corner a small se2)arate map of 

75 ■ Same map, the interior of N. Amer., 

and the form of S. Amer., corrected by G. and 
L. Valk. (Amst., about 1740). fol. 60 by 49. — 
Coloured. 2.50 

The map of New-Zealand effaced. 

76 Americae tara Sept. quam Merid. delineatio, 

opera A. F. Zurneri. A.m%i., P. Schenk.i&houi llOQ). 
fol. 58 by 50. — With engrav. represent. Colum- 
bus putting an Ggg on its point and inscription: 
"Nun konnen win alle.'^ — Coloured. 2.50 

77 Map of the Dominions of the King of 

Great Britain in America, by Herman Moi-r,. 
(London) 1715. 2 sheets, fol. Together: 102 by 
61. — Coloured. — P.are. 15. — 

Jnteretting map, dedicated to Walter Dowglass, 
Governor of all the Leeward-Islands iu America, 
1711. It has 4 special maps, viz; 1. "Improved 
fart of Carolina with the Settlements''' and with the 
proprietors' names. — 2. Plan of Cbarlestown. — 
3. Louisiana, "wiih the Indian settlements and the 
number of the fighting men according to the account 
of ('apt. T. Nearn a. o." — 4. General map. — 
Besides an engraving of the Niagara -fall with view 
of the industry of the beavers. — la the upper cor- 
ner an account of the post-regulatious in America 
in 1715, in 21 lines. 

78 Map of the British Empire in America 

with the French, Spanish and Dutch Settlements, 

by H. Popple. Amst. J. Covens ^^ C. Mortier, 

(about 1737). 4 sheets. Ig. fol. Together: 104 by 

IM. — Coloured. — Fery rare. 15. — 

Interesting map, on large scale. With approbating 

note by Edm. Halley, Prof, of Astronomy at Oxford. 

Each sheet forms a whole, having its own border 

and French title (in 2 hues): Bomelle carte de 

VAmerique ou sont exaciement marquees''' etc. — 
A complete copy rarely occurs. 

79 Grand theatre de la guerre en Amerique. 

Amst., R. # J. Ottens. (about 1760). 6 sheets fol., 
each 53 by 46. — Coloured. 6. — 

With special plans of Mexico, St. Domingo, Aca- 
pulco, Vera-Criiz, etc. 

80 Map of America. Amst., Is. Tirion. 1754. 

fol. 36 by 34. 1.— 

81 Map of the British and French dominions 

in North-America with the roads, distances, limits 
and extent of the settlements, by J. MiTcniir,!,. 
(London) 1755. 8 sheets, fol. Together: 194 by 
134. — Coloured. 15. — 

Very large fine map giving a variety of indicati- 
ons on the natives, their wars, their destruction by 
the French and English, etc. — With approbation 
of the Lords Commiss. for trade and plantations, 
signed by John PownaU, Secretary. 

82 Same map, but „ With improvements,"" 

and augmented with special plans of Halifax (No- 
va Scotia) with vicinity, of Quebec, and of Louis- 
burg and harbour. Amst., J. Covens and C. Mor- 
tier. (1760?). 194 by 134. — Coloured. On cloth. 


83 ■ Map of the English and French possessions 

in N. America. Amst., Is. Tirion. 1755. sq. fol. 
45 by 36. — Coloured. 1.50 

84 Carte des possessions Angloises et Fran- 
coises du Continent de TAraer. Sept. Amst., B. et 
J. Ottens. 1755. sq. lol. bl by il. — Coloured. 2.— 

85 Grand Theatre de la Guerre en Amerique. 

Amst., R. et J. Ottens. (1760). 6 sheets, fol. toge- 
ther 156 by 83. -- With 8 separate maps of the 
Harbours of Acapulco, Vera-Cruz, Havana, Car- 
thagena, etc. — Coloured. — Rare. 10. — 

86 New map of America. Amst., Tirion. (1765). 

fol. 33 by 28. — Coloured. 1.— 

87 Map of America, by F. de Wit. Amst., 

R. and J. Ottens, (1765). fol. 50 by 49. — Co- 
loured. 2. — 

88 Map of America, corrected by JF. A. Ba- 

chiene, engrav. by J. v. Hagen. 1783. fol. 43 by 
35. —.75 

89 North America." — „Der Groote Noord Zee 
wassende-grade-pascaart nieuwlycks beschreven 
door Jacob Aertz Colom." {Portulano of the large 
Northern Sea, lately described by J. A. Colom.] (Am- 
sterdam, about 1630). Large sq, fol. 105 by 82. — 
Printed on Vellum. Coloured. — Of the utmost 
KARITY. 35. — 

Highly interesting and very correct portulano, de- 
Hneating the whole coast of N. America, from Sir 
Thomas Smith Sound till Florida. — The names 
of the various places in (!!auada, Acadia, "Norem- 
bega" are given in French, those of New-Nether- 
land (which name however not yet occurs) in Dutch, 
those of Virginia in English, of Florida in Spanish. 

Fredeiuk Mullek &. C°., 


90 North- America. — Am^rique Septeatrionale, 
par &»«ion. Paris, H. Jaillot. (1605). fol. 65 by 46. 

— Coloured. 3. — 

91 Amerkiue Septentrionale, par G. de Vhle- 

Amst, P. Schenk. 1708. sq. tol. 59 by 45. 2.50 

92 Carte de la Nouvello France ou se voit 

le conrs des Grandes Rivieres Mississippi et S. Lau- 
rens, etc. Anist., Gerard van Keulen. 1720. 2 sheets, 
fol. Together: 99 by 59. 6.— 

Interesting nap of the conntries which are now 
the Lhiited States, with a special map of the Mouths 
of the Mississippi and of the coast of Louisiana. 
Besides a large number of historical annotations f. i. 
on the fortified places by the French, etc. 

93 Amcriqiie Septcntr., par H. Jaillot. Amst., 

R. et J. Ottens. (1755?). sq. fol. 57 by 46. — Co- 
loured. 2. — 

After the map by Sanson^ 1695, with but few 

94 Map of North-America belonging to the 

Dutch edition (1772) of P. Kalm's voyage. 1753. 
sq. fol. 75 by 56. — Coloured. 1.50 

95 America Septentrionalis a d'Anville in Gal- 
lia edita. Noribergae, Eomaun. 1756. sq. iol. 51 by 
46. — Coloured. 3. — 

Published on account of the war. Some historical 
observations relating to the English and French claims 
occur ou the map. 

96 Amerique Septentrionale. Amst., Covent et 

Mortier. 1757. sq. fol. 62 by 46. — Coloured. 2.50 

With separate map of the Northern parts ofAmerica. 

97 Carte du theatre de la guerre entre les An- 
glais et les Americains, par Brion de la Tour. 
Paris, Esnauts et Rapilly. 1777. High fol. 51 by 
65. — Coloured. 5. — 

98 TAmerique Angloise, savoir le Canada, la 

Nouvelle Ecosse ou Acadie, les 13 Provinces Unies. 
Augsbourg, M. A. hotter. (1780). fol. 49 by 60. — 
Coloured. 4. — 

99 Carte generale des 13 Etats Unis. Amst., 

C. Mortier et J. Covens et fiU. (1783). sq. fol. 57 
by 41. — Coloured. 4. — 

One of the first maps of the Independant United 

100 Central- America. — Map compiled from 

materials lurnished by the Committee on Foreign 
Relations of the Senate of the U. S., under direc- 
tion of IV. F. Palmer. 1856. Very large map, fol- 
ded and bound in-b». cloth. 1.25 

101 South-America. — Mardi Aethiopia: the 

coasts of S. America. — i<'rom: Janstoniu«'» Large 
Atlas. 1657. 2.50 

102 Amerique M^ridionale, par Sanson. Paris, 

E. Jaillot. (1695). fol. 65 by 46. — Coloured. 3.— 

Forms with N". 90 a very fine map of the >(ew 
World in 2 sheets. 

103 South-America, by G. de VIsle. Amst.* 

P. Schenk. 1708. sq. fol. 59 by 45. — Coloured. 2.— 

104 South-America, by d'Anville. Paris, che« 

I'Auteur. 1748. 3 sheets, fol. Together: 78 by 
123. — Fine map. 6.50 

105 South-America. Amst., Covent en Morttet. 

1757. fol. 59 by 54. — Coloured. 2.- 

With topographical annotations on the map. 

106 South-America, by H. Jaillot. Am8t.,'i2. rf 

/. Oitens. (about 1760). fol. 60 by 48. — Coloured. 


107 South-America's Central and Southern 

part. 2 maps embracing the whole of Brazil, Peru, 
Chili, Paraguay, etc. No place nor date. (About 
1845). Each 198 by 80. - Coloured, on cloth, icith 
wooden rolls. 7.50 

108 Maps of the Rivers Amazon, Hnallaga, 

Ucayalli, from the observations of W. L. Eemdon. 
(1851—2). 3 large maps folded and in 8°. c/o<-4. 1.50 

109 American Annual Register, or historical 
memoirs of the United States, for 1796. Philad., 
Bioren & Madam, 1797. hf. bd. uncut. 8yo. 288 pp. 

Contains interesting anecdotes, historical, topograph, 
and other notices, etc. 

110 American Archives: consisting of a Collec- 
tion of Authenthick Records, State Papers, De- 
bates and Letters, and other notices of Publick 
Affairs; the whole forming a Documentary His- 
tory of the origin and progress of the North 
American Colonies; of the causes and accomplish- 
ment of the American Revolution, etc. Published 
by M. St. Clair Clarke and Peter Force. Fourth 
Series, from March 7, 1774, to the Declaration of 
Independence. Washington, 1837—46. 6 vols. — 
Fifth Series, July 4, 1776 to Sept. 3, 1783. Ibid. 
1848— 53. 3 vols. — logether 9 vols, in 2 columns, 
half Russia, fol. 140.— 

"This great storehouse of British Colonial and 
"American history was printed by order of the Uni- 
/'ted States Goverument, only Jor dislributioH and 
"not for sale. It was the intention to divide the 
»work into Six series, from 1493 to 1789. The nine 
"Volumes described are all that have appeared, and 
»the further progress of the work is suspensed. The 
nmanuscript of the anpublished series is in the Li- 
"brary of Congress." See: N. Am. Review. XLVI. 
475. — Complete series as this are p*rj/ rar«, also in 

111 American Ephemeris and nautical Almanac 
for the year 1856. Washington. 1853. sd. roy. 8vo. 
600 pp. Pu6l. for. 6.— 1.50 

112 American idol. — Very rough but apparently 
a facsimile drawing of an American idol, with 
a Latin description in handwriting of the very 
first years of the 17th century, signed : A. ffiger. — 
81 by 21 centim. 2.50 

According to the description: — Idolum a R. P. 
Soc. Jesu ex Occidentali India Mcdiolanum allatum 
mense Aprilis Anno 1G02, fere eandem longitudinem 
habuit quam haoc iptias vera effigies," etc 




113 American Journals etc. — A collection of 
25 dififereut numbers of various reviews, journals, 
etc. published at New- York, Washington, Phila- 
delphia, Utica, Charleston, Boston, Buffalo, Cleve- 
land, Richmond, etc. 1854—56. 4.— 

114 American pirates. — Bartholomew the Por- 
tuguese, Bock the Brasilian, Francois Lolonois, 
and John Morgan from Wallcs. — Set of 4 busts, 
with represent, of their exploits against the Span- 
iards in America. Old Dutch engrav. 4". From: 
Exquemelin— Amer. pirates. Jmst. 1678. 4". — Rare. 


115 American Privateer takes an English paquet, 
1777, engrav. by S. Fokke. sm. 4". 1.— 

116 Amerika, in alle zyne byzonderheden be- 
schouwd, ter verkrjjg. eener naauwkeur. kennis 
van dat thans zoo gerucht maakend land. Am- 
sterd., P. Meyer, 1780—82. 4 vols. 2 maps. hf. 
calf. 8vo. 4.50 

{America in all its particularities, for an exact 
knowledge of this now so rumour-making country.) 

117 Amerikaan (De), blyspel. Gevolgt naar het 
Fransch. 2e druk, verand. en verbet. Amsteld. 
1756. 80 pp. uncut. 8vo. 1.50 

{The American; comedy, translat.from the French. 
2d edit, changed and corrected.) 

118 L'Amerique delivree; esquisse d'un poemo 
sur rindependance de I'Anierique. Amsterd., 1783. 
2 vols. sd. uncut. 8vo. 2. — 

"An epic poem on the revolutionary war with copious 
historical notes, dedicated to J. Adams." Sahin. 

vols, calj gill, gilt edges^ 

119 The same 

Thick paper. 

120 L'Amerique et FEurope en 1846, on Congres 
de Panama. Par Mr. G. L... Brux., 1826. 8vo. 


121 Ames, Fisher, one of the most eloquent 
Members of Congress, 1789 — 97. A. L. S. to John 
Worthington of Springfield, dat. Dedham, Oct. 10, 
1796, 2 pp. 4". 5.- 

, On various subjects : "This week will produce the 
first Dedham news-paper, but our own news will 
scarcely fiud matter tho iill it. Liice Peter Pindar's 
razors, it may do to sell." 

122 A. L. S. to the same, dat. April 3, 1799. 

2^ pp. 4". 2.50 


123 Ames (W.), Wederlegginge van 't bericht van 
H. Jung. Amsterd., voor den Autheur, 1662. 4to. 
29 pp. 1.50 

{Refutation of the report of H. Jung [agaitist 
the Quakers'].) 

124 Amherst, Jeffrey, Governor of Virginia, Com- 
mander of the British forces in America 1758 — 
64. — L. S. to Sir Will. Johnson, dat. N. Y. 
Dec. 20, 1761. 2 full pp. fol. 10.— 

Interesting letter on various transactions with the 
Cherokees, the Six Nations, the Iroquois, cet., pro- 

bably to secure their assistance in the war against 
the French. The Six Nations receice g 1000, the 
Cherokees clothes, two Iroquois 40 Dollars each, a 
gun and clothing, cet. cet. 

125 Ampzing(S.), West-Indische Triumph -Basnyne 
van vvegen de veroveringhe der Spaensche Silver- 
vlote van Nova Hispania. . . door P. Pz- Heyn 
en H. Kz. Lonk. Haerlem, 1629. 4to. JVith title- 
plate representing the capture of the Silver-fleet and 
2 small portr. of Piet Heyn and Lonk. (Asher 116.) 

{The West-Indian Triumphal Trumpet upon the 
capture of the Spanish Silverfieet.) 18. — 

Bound up with the Author's .- Bescbrijvinge en de 
lof der stad Haerlem .... Mitsgad. P. Scriverii Laure 
Kranz voor Laurens Koster, {the inventor of printing.) 
etc. Haerlem, 1628. gilt, plates. 1 vol. calf. 4vo. 

126 Amsterdams Dam-Praetje, van wat Outs 
en wat Nieuws en wat Vreemts. Amst. 1649. 4to. 
(Asher N». 263.) 2.— 

{Amsterdam's Street- Talk, on something New and 
something Strange.) 

127 Idem, only the top cut. 3. — 

128 Amsterdams Tafel-Praetje, vauwatGoets 
en wat Quaets en wat Noodichs. Gouda, 1649. 

4to. (Asher No. 260.) 3.— 

{Amsterdam's table-talk, on something good, so- 
mething bad, and something needful.) 

129 Idem, uncut, with some contempor. Mss. 

annotations. 4. — ■ 

130 Amsterdam's Vuur-praetje, etc. Amst. 
1649. 4to. Uncta. (Asher N». 261.) 4.— 

{A fire-side chat in Amsterdam.) 

These 3 pamphlets (N". 126, 128, 130) written in 
the form of dialogues, contain most curious details re- 
garding the West-India Comp., and its affairs in 
Brazil, sometimes in a very invective manner. 

131 Amsterdamsche Veerman op Middelburgh. 
Vlissingen, 1650. 4to. (Asher 267.) 4,— 

{Amsterdam skipper to Middelburg.) 

On the Brazilian affairs of the West-India Comp. 

132 Anania (Lor. d'), L'Universale Fabrica del 
mondo, overo cosmografia. Venetia,J. I'idali, lbl6. 
ital. caract. hf. vellum. 4to, 9. — 

133 Universale Fabrica del raondo, overo cos- 
mografia. Venetia, Muschio, 1596. vellum. 4to. Fine 
copy. 10. — 

Contains a large description of America. 

134 Antaurey (Th.), Voyages dans les parties 
infericures de TAmerique, pendant le cours de la 
demiere guerre, par un Officier de I'Armee royale. 
Trad, de I'Angl. (par Le Pas.) Paris, 1790. 2 vols. 
hf. calf. map. 8vo. 3.50 

135 Anderson (Joh.), Beschrjjving van Ysland, 
Greenland en de straat Davis. Uit het Hoogd. 
door J. D. J. Amsterd. 1750, map and plates, vel- 
lum. 4to. 2,50 

Description of Iceland, Greenland and the Strait 
of Davis, Transl, from the German. 

Fkederik Mullee & 0°., 



Contains pp. 244—286 : Danish, Dutcli and Green- 
IftDdish Vocabulary, Grammar and translations. 

136 Anderson, The same. With the corrections by 
N. Horrebow. Amst. 1756. 2 vols, in 1. map and 
pi. hf. hd. 4to. 3.— 

137 Andree (K.), Nord-Amerika in geograph. u. 
geschichtlichen Umrissen, mit besond. Beriick- 
Bichtigung der Eingeborenen u. der Indinnischcn 
AlterthUmer. Braunschweig, 1851. ^^ W. roy. 8vo. 


138 Andrews (J. D.), Report on the trade and 
commerce of the British Korth American Colonies 
and of the Great Lakes and Kivcrs. Washingt. 
1853. With 4 (large) maps. 2 vols, cloth. Svo. 
906 pp. 5.— 

139 Anecdotes secretes sur le 18e Fructidor, et 
nouv. nit^moires des Deport(^s a la Guiane, Merits 
par eu.x-memes, etc. Paris, Giguet, (1799). ptate. 
3ci. vncui. 8vo. 1.25 

1,40 nl'Angloisatoute extremitez." — Dutch ca- 
ricature. 1780: an Englishman in his bed, suflering 
from colic; a Frenchman wants to assist him but 
is prevented by an American, a Dutch farmer 
ail the while looking forward to the Englishman's 
vomiting the Act of Navigation. — With French 
and Dutch explanation, sq. fol. — Fery rare. 4.50 

141 Annales (Nouvelles) des voyages, de la geo- 
graphic et do I'nistoire, ou recueil de relations 
originates inedites fran9aise8 et (^trangeres, etc. 
Publ. p. J. B. Eyries et Malte-Brun. Paris, 1819 
— 28. 44 vols. 1— 26. hf. calf., 27-44 sewed, many 
ynaps and plates. Svo. If^anting vol. 36 livr. 2 — 3. 
{or 2e sOrie livr. 17. 18.) -2.0. — 

Cout. many pieces on North- and South-America 
amongst which for instance, in the first 8 vols. : 
Alvert'z do Prado, Les Gnaicooras on cavaliers I'ndiens 
(Brazil) — L'etat de la religion dans les Etats- 
Unis. — Details sur la Patagonie. — Voyage de 
Buenos-Ayres ^ San-Jago. — Les Ottavas dn Lac 
Huron. — Ziugaris au Bresii. — Le Luxe aux 
Etats-Unis. — La terrc australe au sud de I'Ame- 
riqae. Etat de la colonic de Demerary. — Indiens 
dn flenve Colombia. — Scoresby, Les conrants et 
les animalcules de la Mer du Groenland. — Les Ca- 
pitaneries de Para et de Solimoens an Bresii, etc. 

142 Annales Hydrographiques, recueil d'avis, 
instruction.s, documents et me.noires relatifs a I'hy- 
drographic et a la navigation. Paris. 1849—50. 
4 tom. in parts. Maps. 8". (20.—) 3.— 

14.3 Annals of the Minnesota Historical Socioty, 
1856, containing Materials for the History of Min- 
nesota. Prepared by Edw. D. A'^i//. fit, Pawl, 1856. 
large 8vO. plates. ' '' '' 2.60 

144 Anslijn Nz. (N.), Be8chr(j\ing dor Washing- 
tons- o.n Sandwicheilanden, en V5^n het Pitcairn- 
eiland. Leydon, 1834. 6 col. plates, sd. Svo. 1. — 
(Description of the If'ashingtons-and Sandwich' 
islands, and of the FUcairn-islami.) 

145 Anson (G)., Beize rondom tie wereld g«daan 
in 1740—44. Opgosteld uit de papieren van Lord 
Anson zelven door K. Walter. Uit hct Eng. vert. 
3e druk. Leiden, 1765. hf. calf, maps and many 
plates. 4to. 4. — 

{Voyage round the world in 1740—44. Compo- 
sed from the papers of Lord Anson himself by R. 
fFalter, Transl. from the Engl. 3d edit.) 

This is the translation of Ansons's original aecoan^, 
much more ample and trustworthy, than the ante- 
rior relations of his voyage. (See following Nos.) 

146 Vierjarige reistocht naar de Zuid-Zee of 

genoegKaam rondom de waereld, 1740—44. Uit 
het Eng. Delft, 1745. portr. 4to- 2.50 

i^A four year''s voyage to the South-Sea or al- 
most round the world. Transl. from the Engl.) 

147 The same. 2d edit. augm. and corrected. 

Ibid. 1749. portr. and plates. 4t0, 2.50 

In this edition we find an account of the ship- 
wreck of the ffager in the South-Sea. This tract, 
although mentioned likewise on the title oftfaal745 
edition, is not in the above copy of that edition. 

148 Antidotael-Memorie, betreflf. de pryson door 
de Engelsche oorlogschepen gemaekt op schepen 
komende uit de West-Indien. 'a Grav., 1768. fol. 

{Antidotal memoir on the prises made iytht En- 
glish menof-fcar, o/ Dutch vessels coming from the 
West-Indies. In Javour of the English.) 

149 Antilles I'ranQOiaes et Isles voisinea, par G. de 
Vlsle. Amst., i. (Jopevs en C. i/(;r^i£r. (about 1740). 
Coloured, map. fol. 45 by 59. 2. — 

150 Antwoordt op sekeren brief Ealalii, verv»- 
teude de redenen waerom dat men met den vyandt 
in geen confereatie behoort te tretlen. 1629. 4to. 
(Asher N"*. 126.) 2.— 

{Answer to a certain teller of Eulalius, eontecin. 
the reasons, why not advisable to enter ifUQ trant- 
actions with the enemy.) 

151 -The same, other edition, with slight difta- 

rence in the title. 4to. — Not cited by Asher. 2.50 

152 Antwoord ... op de memorie van conside- 
ratien van Bowindhebberen der West-lnd. Comp. 
Amst., 1791. Svo. 52 pp. 1.— 

{Reply ... to the memorial of consideration of 
the Governors of the //'. 1. (,'omp.) 

453 Antwoort van den getronwen Haflander op 

den „Aonspraeck van den heetgebaeckerden Hol- 

„lander." 1G45. 4to. (Asher N". 207). 5.— 

{Reply of the faithful Hollander to the addretl 

of the hotheaded Hollander.) 

154 Antwoorde van de Statep Gener/icl t^ens 
'tveraoeck wegens den Koitinck van Portu^... 
oip reatitutie van Conqhin. . . met bet jgeeae ver- 
dera omtrent ""a Nodcrlaats rrije lu^vigatie op de 
Brasilien past. Schiedam, L. Lambertsen, 1664. 
4to. 11 pp. 2.50 

{Reply of the States Gen. to the King of For- 
iugal's request for the .rett^ttUiott of ,CoucA\n .•• 



and what ;further relates to Netherland's free na- 
vigation to Brazil.) 

155 Antwoord (Welmenend) van eenen vreeraden 
Studiosua wegens het onafliangiyk verklaren van 
Noord-Ainerika. Utr., 1780. 8vo. 12 pp. 1.50 

{IV ell meaning reply of a foreign student on the 
Declaration of Independence of North- America.) 

156 Anuario Estadistico de la Republica de Chile. 
Santjago, 18G1— 63. Entrega 2—5. 4 vols. 4to. 
1600 pp. 4.50 

Statistics : Movrimiento de poblacion. — Establi- 
cimieutos de beneficia. — Causas civiles. — Crimi- 
nalidad. — Carceles. — Comercio. — Mariua. — 
Estado militar. — Instruccion publica. — Correos. — 
Agricidtura etc. 

157 d'Anville, Keponse au memoire centre le 
Mesure coiyecturale des degrez de I'Equateur, en 
consequence de I'etendue de la Mer du Sud. 
(Paris). 1738. 120. — 48 pp. — Rare. 3.50 

158 Apiauus (P.,) Coamographia, per Gemmam 
Frisium ... aucta. Additis eiusdem argumenti lib. 
ipsius Gemmae Frisius. Antverp., O. Bontius. 1545. 
With woodcuts and revolving diagrams as in the first 
edition, vellum. 4to. (Harrisse 262.) 16. — 

Title somewhat stained and with a name in MS. 

In addition to the first edition this has some extra 
astronomical disquisitions by Gemma Frisius, the 
table of the American islands at the end, and the 
description of Peru, discovered by the Spaniards in 
1530. Besides the figure of the American continent 
in the first of the two small maps, is altered and 

159 Cosraographia. . . per Gemmam Frisium.. . 

aucta, figurisque novis illustrata. Parisiis, Vid. 
Gaultherot, 1551. if^oodcuts, revolving diagrams and 
folding map. bds. 4to. 24. 

Reprint of the edition of Antwerp, 1550. Large 
copy, with the diagrams and folding map in excel- 
lent condition. 

160 Cosmographia, per Gemmam Frisium . . . 

aucta et illustrata. Antverp., ap. Haeredes A. Birck- 
manni, 1564. Woodcuts, revolving diagrams and the 
large folding map. hf. Russia gUt. 4". 18.— 

Somewhat stained, else a fine copy. 

161 Cosmographia, per Gemmam Frisium aucta 

et annotatt. illustrata. Coloniae Agripp., apud 
Haeredes A. Bircmanni, 1574. vellum. 4to. ^erg 
fine copy. H. 

Woodcuts, revolving diagrams and the large folding 
map conform to the former edition. 

162 et Gemmae Prisiae, Cosmographia, 

' sive Descriptio universi orbis ... restituta. Ad- 

iecti sunt alii turn Gemmae Frisiae, turn alior. 
auctorum eius argumenti libelli ac tract, varii. 
Antverp., Jo. Bellerus, 1584. 4to. 478 numb . pp. 4fi. 


Exactly the same woodcuts, revolving diagrams, 

with the large folding map as in the editions of 1564 

and 1574 With the Description of the New World 

by Lopez de Gomara and Jeron. Giraua Tarragonez 
(pagg. 160 — 187), and some augmentations in the 
matbem. and astronomical part. — Large copy, 
slightly stained by water m some of the margins. 

163 Apianus et Gemma Frisius, Cosmographia, 
s. descriptio universi orbis, . . . huic edit, additus 
est de Astrolabo Catholico lib., nunc primum a 
Mart. Everartho in epitomen redacta. Antverp., 
ex o^c. Arn. Coninx, 1584. 478 numb. pp. tgpis 
J. Withagii). 4to. 10.— 

The same edition as n". 162, only with another 
title. — Good copy with all the woodcuts, revolving 
diagrams and the folding map. At the end slightly 
stained by water. 

164 Cosuiographie, ofte Beschrijvinge der ghe- 

heelder Wereld . . . Ghecorrigeert ende vermeer- 
dert door M. Gemma Frisius. Amsterd., Corn. 
Claesz. 1598. Woodcuts, revolving diagrams and fol- 
ding map. vellum, sni. 4tO. 15. — 

Fifth edition, in Dutch, containing the additions 
by Gemma Frisius, and the extensive description of 
the New World translated from Lopez de Gomara 
and Jeron. Giraua Tarragonez. 

165 Cosmographiae introductio, cum quibusdam 

geometriae ac astronomiae principiis ad earn rem 
necessariam. Venetiis, Petr. de Nicolinis Habiens., 
1551. 24 leaves, woodcuts. 12mo. 6. — 

This scarce little work is evidently an abridgment 
of the cosmographia of Apiauus as entire passages 
are literally copied from the latter. Keferences to 
America on leaf 17 and 18. 

166 ApologUS van den Krjjch der Gansen met de 
Vossen, ... tot welstant der Vereen. Nederlanden, 
ende bevorderinghe van de aenstaende vloot op 
West-ludien. Ao place. 1622. 4to. (Asher K". 90.) 
ytained in the upper margin. 1. — 

{Apology of ike War of the Geese and the Fo- 
xes . . . for the welfare of the United Netherlands 
and to advancement of the next fleet to the West- 

167 Appun (C. p.), Keis door Venezuela. Voor 
Nederland bewerkt door J. B. Bietstap. Arnhem, 
1872. sd. 8vo. 1.- 

{Voyage through Venezuela, transl. itito Dutch.) 

168 Appleton's Northern and Southern Traveller's 
Guide. New-York, 1854,55, 2 vols. Cloth, numerous 
maps and plans. 8vo. 1.25 

169 Handbook of American travel. Northern 

and Southern tour. N. Y. 1867,66. 2 vols, cloth, 
maps and plans. 8vo. 2. — 

170 Arancel de aduanos de la Republica Mexicana. 
(Lond.) 1827. 8vo. 24 pp. —.80 

171 Arbousset (Th.), Tahiti et les iles adjacentes. 
Voyages et sejour dans ces iles, 1862 a 1865. 
Paris, 1867. portr., pi. and map. hf. cl. 8vo. 1.25 

172 Archaeologia Americana. — Transactions 
and collections of the American Antiquarian So- 
ciety, Vol. I. {all published.) Worcester, Mass. 
1820. maps and plates, bds. 8vo. 7.50 

Fredbeik Mullee & 0'., 



173 Arohaeologj a Americana. — Critical account 
(in Dutch) by J. T. Bodel Nyenhuis, with Supplement 
by l?totC.J.C.R{euvetis) 1823. 54 pp. 8vo. Extr. 1.— 

174 Artischau Arciszewsky, Chr. ab, Pole, 
General in the Bervice of the Dutch W. I. Comp., 
in Brazil. — A. L. S., in Latin, to F. van Lim- 
borch, dat. Amsterdam, Oct. 28, 1638. 1 p. fol. — 
Very rare autograph. 7.50 

Arrangements before his starting for America. 

175 Arctic Regions. — Portulano of the coasts 
of Europe, with separate map of a large part of 
Greenland and Spitzbergen, a part of Nova Zem- 
bla, etc. Amst., J. Ez. Cloppenburgh, 1621. Large 
fol. 61 by 83 cent. — Printed on vellum. 

Interesting map, di'awn by Harmen and Marten 
Jansz., renowned chartmakers at Edam, and engra- 
ved by Abraham Goos. Amstelod. 1620. 

176 Arends (P.), Het Mississippi-dal of het Wes- 
ten d. Vereen. Staten van N. Amerika. Uit h. 
Hoogd. Groning., 1839. hf. calf. 8vo. 1.50 

{The Valley of the Mississippi, or the West of 
ike Un. States of N. Amer. 

177 Argensola (B. L. de), Histoire de la conquete 
des isles Molucques par les Espagnols et les Hol- 
landais. Trad, de I'Espagnol. Amst., 1707. 3 vols. 
hf calf, maps and plates. 8vo. 3. — 

178 Argentine Republic. — Plan del Puerto 
y Bahia de San Julian situado en la Costa Ma- 
gellanica. Small sq. fo). 39 by 30. 12.— 

With indication of the shallow sand banks. Brawn 
with india-ink and pen. 

179 Argonautica Gustaviana. — Marquar- 
di (Job.), Tractatus polit.-juridicus de jure 
mercatorum et commerciorum. Francof. 1662. 
vellum, fol. 25. — 

One of those books, whose great importance is 
by DO means indicated by the title. Valuable for the 
mercantile history of Russia, Germany, Scandinavia 
etc., it is of first rate interest for the history of the 
Swedish South (Company and its settlements in Penn- 
sylvania. It contains an exact reprint of the extre- 
mely scarce let ed. of the Argonautica Gustaviana, 
pabl. by W. Usselinci in 1633. This is the list of 
docuraeuts, all in German translation, relating to it: 

a. Patent of Axel Oxenstiern to the South-Company, 
dated : Frankfort, 1633. 2 pp. 

b. Extract from Usselincx's essay appended to the 
Dulch edition of the Patent. 2 pp. 

e. Patent of King Gustavus Adolpbus to the South- 
Company, dated: Stockholm, 1626. 8 pp. 

d. Amplification of this Patent in favour of the Ger- 
mans, dated: Heylbronn, 1633. 4 pp. 

e. Manifest of Gustavus Adolpbus, with an explana- 
tiou etc. by Usstlincx. 79 pp. 

This contains also the German translation (made af- 
ter the Dutch) of the Swedish Forklaring {See 

f. Mercurius Germaniae, on the Sonth-Company. 
1633. 50 pp. 


g. Instruction on what is to be done to obtain sub- 
scriptions to the amount of the capital. 4 pp. 

h. Appendix of documents and privileges. 32 pp. 
The original editions of some documents reprinted 

in this collection arc totally lost. 

180 Arnim (Th.), Das alte Mexico u. die Erobe- 
rung Neuspaniens durch Ferd. Cortes. — Das 
heutige Mexico. Land u. Volk unter Span. Herr- 
schafft. Leipzig, 1865. 2 \o\i.Z10 woodcuts, 12 pla- 
tes and map. cloth gilt. 8vo. 2,50 

181 Artlculi Paois inter Seren... Carolum If. 
Magnae Britanniae Regem et Ordines Gener. Beig. 
conclusae. Hagae Com. 1667. 4to. 3. — 

This is the treaty of peace of Breda, by which as 
result of Downing's diplomatic tricks the right of 
Great-Britain to New-Netberlaad was established. 

182 Articulen van Vrede. The foregoing treaty in 
Dutch. 'sGravenh., 1667. 4to. 3.— 

Both these editions are not mentioned by Asher. 

183 Articul-Brief van de Nederl. Geoctr. West- 
(nd. Comp. gearrest. den 12 April 1675. 'sHage, 
J. Scheltus, 1675. 4to. 40 pp. 2.50 

{Articles of the Butch IFest'Ind. Comp. made up 
the \2ih April 1675.) 

184 Aruba, after the surveys by Capt W. A. v. 
Spengler, 1820, and by Capt R. F. v. Raders, 
1825. sq. fol. 45 by 30. 1.— 

185 Asher (A.), Bibliographical essay on the col- 
lection of voyages and travels, edited and publ. 
by L. Hulsius and his successors, 1598 — 1660. 
Lond., 1839. 4t0. — Out of print and rare. 10. — 

186 Asher (Q. M.), Bibliographical and Historical 
Essay on the Dutch Books and Pamphlets, rela- 
ting to New-Netherland and to the Dutch West- 
India Company and to its possessions in Brazil, 
Angola etc., as also on the maps, charts etc. of 
New-Netherland. Amsterd., 1854—67. sd. With 
facsimile of the map of New-Netherland by 
N. I. Visscher and of the three eiisting views of 

New-Amsterdam, am. 4to. 12. — 

187 The same, large paper, only a small 

number printed, roy. 4to. 24. — 

"For New-Yorkers, Mr. G. M. Asher's series of 
memoirs on Dutch books relating to New-Netherland 
is a very valuable compilation. It was undertaken 
for Frederik Muller, the Amsterdam bookseller, and 
compiled chiefly from works he had for sale at the 
time ... As far as the compilation extends, it must 
be considered a bibliographical contribution of great 
merit and usefulness. In consequence of the compi- 
later's extreme unpopularity, his publications are fre- 
qnentiy assailed, but we have only to judge a work on 
its merits, and freely confess, that bibliophiles must 
go as far back as Camus, to find a bibliography 
which can favorably compare with Mr. G. M. As- 
her's Essay." — llarrisse, Bibliotheca Amer. Ve- 
iustiss. p. .XXXVI. 

188 Commentationis specimen de Navigationum 

quas Batavi typis descripserunt collectionibus. 



Beroliiii, 1860. 4to. 3.— 

Verj rare, only 60 eofies being printed. 
Contains the very full bibliographical description 
(in French) of de Veer's Voyage to the North (in 
Dutch) 1598 and 1605, and Hoiitman's Voyage to 
E.-India: in Dutch 1597, 1598; in Latin 1598; in 
French 1598. 

189 Asmodee i New York. Revue critique des insti- 
tutions polit. et civiles de I'Am^rique, vie publ. 
et priv6e, moeurs, coutumes, anecdotes romanes- 
ques, etc. Paris, 1868. 503 pp. bdt. 8vo. 2.— 

190 Asplund (John.), The Annual Register of the 
Baptist Denomination in North-America to the 
flrat of November 1790. {Dated:) Sonthampton- 
County, Virginia, July 14, 1791. C/^«fM<. 4to. 60 pp. 
the last tw^o erroneously paged 69 and 70. 16. — 

Very rare and curious. This is thu first 

list of Baptists in America ever published, contai- 
ning a detailed account of all the churches in the 
different States, counties, towns and Indian settle- 
ments, their constitutions, dates of foundation, the 
ministers' names, number of each congregation and 
also "-remarks upon practical religion." In the pre- 
face the author calls himself " Sweede." — B. Be- 
nedict in bis History of the Baptitt Denomination 
says of him: "This Kegister cost the author about 
"7000 miles' travel, chiefly on foot . . . The Baptist 
"Churches of America have reason to respect the me- 
»mory of this diligent inquirer into their number, 
"Origin, character, etc. His Register has been of pe- 
"culiar service in the preparation of this work." 

191 Association, or public virtue displayed in a 
contrasted view.'' — 15 Febr., 1780. English cari- 
cature: a procession from York, London, etc., by 
J. S. Publ. by /. IFilson. sq. fol. 1.50 

192 Atlantis. Journal des Neuesten u. Wissens- 
wurdigsten aus d. Nord- u. Siid-Amerikan. Reiche. 
Leipzig, 1827. Vol. 1. 11. part 1. sd. 8vo. pp.91— 
104 of vol. I. toanting. 2.50 

Published by B. F. Rivinui at Philadelphia. Con- 
tains a. o. : Topograph. Skizze der Gegend um Ta- 
lahassee in Florida — Zustand d, Malerei in Penn- 
sylvanien. — Die Creek-lndiauer in Georgian. — 
Die Universitat von Charlottesville, etc. etc. 

193 Atlas. — Historical, Chronolog. and Geogra- 
phical American Atlas, being a guide to the his- 
tory of North and South America, and the West- 
Indies, exhibiting an accurate account of the dis- 
covery, settlement and progress of their various 
kingdoms, states, provinces, etc. According to the 
plan of Le Sage's Atlas. Philad., H. C. Carey and 
J. Lea, 1822. 63 coloured maps, with text. hf. calf. 
large fol. 5. — 

194 Atlafi belonging to the prize-essay on the 
Dutch discoveries and the original Dutch names 
of the discov. islands, capes, etc. by Bennet and 
van Wijh. Dordr. 1829. 7 plain maps. fol. With 
the prize-essay. 8». — Uncut. 4.50 

A map of New-Netherland — of the Dutch dis- 
coveries in the Polar regions — of their surveys of 

Greenland and Spitzbergen — Cape Horn, Straft 
Magellan and Le Mai re, etc. 

195 Atlas tot opheldcring der: Hedendaagsche His- 
toric, verbeterd door W. A. Bachiene, gegrav. d. 
J. V. Hagen. Amst. 1785. 37 Plain maps, and a 
Supplement treating exclusively on America, loith 32 
plain maps. hf. bound. Uncut, fol. 12. — 

{Atlas elucidating to work : Recent history , revised 
by W. A. Bachiene, engrav. by J. v. Hagen.) 

Interasting for America as published just after the 
Revolution. It is one of the first Atlases with maps 
of the independent United States. 

196 Same Atlas. Only the Supplement on Ame- 
rica. 25 maps. Uncut. 7,50 

197 Atlas of the American States. Weimda, Geograph. 
Institut. (1825). kf. bd. fol. 10.— 

Collection of 30 Amer. maps, each in a border 
formed by a German text, giving physical, political 
and historical particularities. No title. 

198 Atlas of the U.States of N.America, by Prof. 
H. Rogers and A. Keith Johnston. London. 1857, 
hf. calf. fol. — 29 Maps. (27.50) 5.— 

199 Atlas van oratrent honderd platte gronflen der 
voornaamste vestingen, kasteelen en steden van 
Europa, de Nederlanden en eenige Kolonien 
Amst. (1790). 8". half bound. 5.— 

{Atlas of about 1 00 plans of fortified places in 
Europe and some Colonies.) 

Among the 100 plans and maps, 14 of American 
places occur, (on 7 sheets) viz.: Carthagena, Lima, 
All Saints Bay, Brazil, St. Salvador, Cayenne, the 
Fortress of Cayenne, Surinam, Berbice, Paramaribo, 
Cura9au, Demerary and Essequebo, New-Orleans, 
Mouth of the Mississippi. 

200 Attibert (Fr.), Vier jaren in Cayenne. Amst, 
1863. roy. 8vo. (1.25) —.75 

{Four years in Cayenne.) Translated from the 
journal of a French exile. 

201 Aubery, Louis Sr. Du Maurier, French 
Ambassador to the Dutch Unit. Provinces, His- 
torian, d. 1687. — A. L. S. (in French) to Mr. 
de Pequze, Counsellor of the Court of Parliament 
in Provence, dat. The Hague, Dec. 15, 1618, 
2 closely written pp. fol. — With seal. — A copy 
in modern handwriting is appended. 20. — 

Highly inteeesting letter, giving the opinion 
of Maurice of Orange, Stadtholder of the Unit. Prov. 
on thu voyages undertaken to find a passage to the 
East- Indies by the North ; some information on the 
passage discovered by I. Le Maire, and the quarrels 
between W. C. Schouten and Le Maire, concerning 
the publication of Schoutcn's voyage: "qui est fort 
defectueuse Vayant mise au jour audevant de Isaac 
le Mere avec lequel il a fait ce voiaqe, dequoi ledic 
le Mere est fort deplaisant et pour y remedier est 
resolu de faire imprimer la sienne tout au long en 
flamand et en Latin, cet." (See for both publica- 
tions infra.) 

Fkederik. MuLLift & O., 



202 Auckland, the Capital of New Zealand, and 
the country adjacent: inclnding some account of 
the gold discovery in New Zealand. Lond. 1863. 
map and plates, cloth, am. 8vo. (3.60) 2.— 

203 Auflfenberg (S. v.), Der Flibustier Oder die 
Eroberung von Panama; Komantisches Trauer- 
spicl. Bamberg. 1819. hf. calf. 8vo. 1.— 

204 d'Aunet (L.), Voyage d'une femme au Spitz- 
berg. 2e edit. Paris, 1855. hf. mor. gilt. 8vo. 1.90 

205 Avanturen van de kleine Scipio, of Historic 
van de bereisde Kat. Zinnebeeld. en vermakeiijke 
geschiedenis, getrokken uit een Araerikaansch 
Handschrift. In Holland («o place.) 1783. 93 pp. 
8vo. 4.50 

{Adventures oj the little Scipio, or histonj of the 
travelling cat. Emblematical and pleasant tale, from 
an ./American Manuscript.) 

Curious and scarce pamphlet. — Scipio, taken on 
board of a Diitcb man of war bound for England, 
tells his adventures to Milady North, goes with Ad- 
miral Rodney, to America, meets General Arnold, 
Washington, etc. 

206 Aysma (J.), Spiegel der Sibyllen, van vier- 
derley vertooningen. Amst. 1685. 4 part. 938 pp. 
numerous fine engraved copperplates of religious cere- 
monies, a. o. in Florida, Mexico., etc 4". 5. — 

{Mirror of the Sibijlt, in four different represen- 

This work treats of the different religions in the 
world and their ceremonies ; the Sibyls and their 
prophecies ; all illustrated by many plates. 

207 Aztecs (Histoire ded). Paris. 1855. 24 pp. 12rao. 
Veri/ rare. 1. — 

208 Memoire illustre d'une expedition remar- 

qnable dans lAiuerique centrale, la decouverte de 
la ville d'lximaya, et deux merveilleux Aztecs; 
decrite p. J. L. Stephens et d'autres. Trad, de 
I'Espagn. de Velasquez. Anist. 1857. 44 pp. wood- 
cuts. 8vo. — (furious. Rare. 1. — 

Printed at the occasion of the exhibition of two 
Aztecs at Arnsterdaoi in 1857. 

209 Baanman (Th.) — Ongelukkig of droevig 
verhaal v. h. schip de Gouden Buys, iiitgcvaaren 
ten dienate d. O. I. Comp. in 1693 onder T. Baan- 
man, volgens de beeedigde verklar. v. D. Silleman 
en D. Thys, die allcen v. 190 zielen zyn overge- 
bleven. Auisterd., Gysb. de Oroot en A. van Ham. 
(1718.) 4to. 2.50 

{Unhapptj and sad narrative of the ship called 
the Golden Pipe., which set sail in the service of 
the E. I. C. in 1694, under T. Baanman., accor- 
ding to the sworn declarations of D. S. and L. T. 
who alone survived of 190 men.) 

210 The same. Amst., 6'. en W. Koene, 1796. 

4to. In vellum-wrapper. — Popular edition. 2.50 

211 Backhouse (Sam.) A narrative of a visit to 
the Australian Colonies. London, 1843. cloth, maps, 
15 etchings, several woodcuts. 8vo. 6.60 


212 Baeok, (M.), De topasio caeroleo Brasiliensl. 
Aboae. 1818. 4to. —.70 

213 Eaers (Job.), Olinda, gelegen int landt van 
lirasil... met mannelljcke dapperheyt ...inghe- 
nonien... door D. v. Weerdenburg. Amst. 1638. 
4to. (Asher N". 141.) 15.— 

{Olinda, situated in the land of Brazil... hap- 
pily conquered with manly bravery ... by B. van 

An excessively rare little pamphlet, containing a 
detailed account of the taking of Pemambuco by the 
Dutch, the first place they retook after being expel- 
led in 1626. The author accompanied the expedition 
as minister, his narration has therefore a special valne. 

214 Baird (R.), De la religion aux Etats-Unis d'Ame- 
rique. Origine et^progres d.liglises Evangel., leurs 
rapports avec lEtat, etc. Trad, de I'Angl. p. L. 
Burnier. Paris, 1844. 2 vols. hf. calf. 8vo. 2.50 

215 Kerkeiykc geschied., statistiek en goda- 

dienstig leven der Vereen. Staten. Schoonhoven, 
1846-49. 2 vols, in 3. sd., map. 8vo. (8.—) 2.50 

Dutch translation of the preceding. 

216 Geschied. der matigheidsgezclsehappen in 

de Vereen. Staten. Utrecht, 1837. 8vo. (1.25) - .75 

{History of the Temperance Societies in the Uni- 
ted States.) 

217 Bancroft (E.), Essay on the natural history 
of Guiana in South America, with an account of 
the manners and customs of the Indian inhabi- 
tants. Lond., 1769. calf, plate. 8vo. 2.60 

218 Naturgeschichte von Guiana in SUd-Ame- 

rika. Aus d. Engl. Fraokf. n. Leipz. 1769. vellum. 
8to. 1.25 

219 Natunriyke geschied. van Guiana. Uit het 

Eng. Utrecht. 1782. bds. 8vo. 1.50 

Dutch translation from the Engl., of the preceding. 

220 Bancroft (G.), History of the United States 
from the discovery of the American continent. 
London, Routledge, 1854—61. Vol. 1—6 (till 1775.) 
cloth. 8vo. (10.50) 7.— 

221 Bank of the U. St. - Report on the con- 
dition (and history) of the Bank of the United 
States. Philad. 1822. 8vo. With the doeumenls. 2.— 

222 Barclay (R.) Epistola amatoria nee non con- 
sultoria ad legates Magnatum Europae, de pace 
Christianor. consultandi gratia, Noviomagi con- 
gressos, Kotterd., 1678. 4to. 2.— 

Written from his gaol in Aberdeen in Scotland to 
the Deputeet for the peace between Holland, France 
and England, assembled at Nymegen in Holland. 

223 Verantwoording van de ware christelyke 

godgeleerdheid, geiyk dezelve gepredikt word van 
Let volk, spot.sgewyze Qimkers genaamd. Uit het 
Latyn vert, door J. II. Glaxemaker. 2de druk. 
Amst., 1757. -*/• "^^if- 4to. 2.- 

(VindieatioH of the true Christian Theology, at 
preached by the people., nicknamed Quakers. Trans- 
lated by Glasenmaker.) 

The preface is dated 1675. 



224 Barclay (R.), The same. Uncut. 4to. 2.50 

225 Bajeri (J. G.), Synopseos et examinis theolo- 
giae Enthusiastarum seu Quakerorum, praecipne 
R. Barclaii, dissertationes VI. Jenae, 1701. calf. 
4to. 2.50 

226 Collatio doctrinae Quakerorum et Protes- 

tantium, una cum harmonia errorum Quakerorum 
et Heterodoxorum aliorum. Jenae, 1694. 4to. 2.— 

227 Barbinais (L. G. de La), Nonveau voyage 
autour du monde. Paris, 1728. 3 vols, calf gilt, 
maps and views. 8vo. 2. — 

A large part of the 1st aud 3d vol. treats of 

228 Barlaeus (C), Rerum per Octo-ennium in Bra- 
silia et alibi nuper gestarum, sub praefectura Co- 
mitis J. Mauritii Nassav. . . historia. Amst. J. Blaeu, 
1647. calf or vellum, fol. 20.— 

With beautiful portrait of Prince John Maurice 
by T. Matham, large map and 56 very fine plates 
etched by the renowned painter F. Post., who ac- 
companied Prince Maurice in Brazil. 

A work of historical value, almost the only and 
the best authority upon the events of thot period. 
Not common, a quantity of copies having been con- 
sumed in 1672 by the fire, which destroyed the 
warehouses of the publisher. — A Chilian vocabu- 
lary will be found on pages 283—89. 

231 The same Work. Editio 2a. Clivis, 1660. 

hf. bd. portr., maps and plates. 8vo. 4. — 

This 2d edition is augmented with the natural 
history of the country, by G. Piso. The Chilian- 
Latin vocabulary fills p. 474—491. 

232 Brasilianische Geschichte, bey achtjahriger 

in selbigen • Landen gefiihreter Regierung Herrn 
Johann Moritz zu Nassau. Cleve, Tab. Silberling. 
1659. vellum, jmrtr., maps and plates. Svo. 6. — 

First German edition, contain, the same plates as 
the Latin of 1660, and being much scarcer, 

233 Triumphus super capta Olinda, Pernam- 

buci urbe, facti {sic!) ducibus Lonckio et Waar- 
denburgio. Lugd. Bat, Ex ope. G. Basson, 1630. 
sd. fol. 8 pp, — Rarissime. 10. — 

234 Barlow (Joel), The Columbiad. A poem, vrith 
the last corrections of the author. Paris, 1813. 
plates and portraits, calf gilt, gilt edges, large imper. 
8vo. 5.50 

Fine copy of a splendid edition on vellum paper, 
illustrated with portraits of Franklin and "Washing- 
ton, etc. 

235 Author of The Columbiad, 1807, Chaplain 

in the Revol. War 1778—83, Minister to France 
1811. — A. L. S. to Sam. M. Hopkins of N. Y., dat, 
Washington, Jan. 17, 1806. 1 p. 4<'. 5.— 

On the encouragement to fine arts in America, cet, 

236 Aut. Billet Signed, no address, nor date, 

1 p. 8», 2.50 

"Continue to boste and bang me when you can 
and try to get me more correct," 

237 Barnard (Edw.) New, complete History of 
England, from the earliest period of authentic in- 
formation, to the middle of the year 1783. Lond. 
1782. 710 pp. maps and upwards of 100 portraits 
and plates, on copper, engraved bij the first artists 
for this work. calf. io\. — Perfect copy. 12. — 

With portraits and dresses, relating to the "pre- 
sent, very important crisis. \ viz: Portr. of an Ame- 
rican General and rifleman. General Lee taken pri- 
soner, American colonies declared independant, Sur- 
render of Earl Cornwallis in N. Amer., Count de 
Grasse delivering his sword to Admiral Koduey, En- 
gagement of Capt. Pearson with Paul Jones, Death 
of Mayor Andre, Attack on Bunkers Hill, etc. etc, 

238 Barnard (J. G.), The Peninsular Campaign 
and its antecedents, as developed by the Report 
of Maj.-Gen. G. B. Mc Clellan, and other docu- 
ments. N. York, 1864. cloth. Svo. (3. .50) 1.50 

239 Barnes, Albart, Presh, Clergyman at Mor- 
ristown and at Philadelphia, 1825 -70, author of 
the popular Notes on the N. Test., firm antagonist 
of slavery. — A.L.S. to Rev. Rob. Baird of Prin- 
cetown, dat. Morristown, Oct. 7, 1828. 1 p. 4". 


On an exploring tour in behalf of Sabbath schools. 

240 Barriere (P.), Nouvelle relation de la France 
Equinoxiale, conten. la description des cotes de la 
Guiane; de I'isle de Cayenne; ... les moeurs et 
coiltumes des peuples sauvages . . . Paris, 1743. 
19 maps and plates, calf Svo. 2.75 

241 Barros (Giov. di), L'Asia. Nuovam. di lingua 
Portoghese trad, de A. Ulloa. Venezia, V. Val- 
grisio, 1561. 2 vols, in 1. vellum. 4to. 6.— 

This Italian edition has not been completed, it 
contains only Decade T, II. — See for America: 
Vol, I. leaf 55—57. (Voyages of Columbus), leaf 
85 — 88, (Discovery of Brazil by P. Alvarez.) 

242 Barrow (J.), Chronological History of Voyages 
into the Arctic Regions, chiefly for discovering 
a North-East, North-West, or Polar Passage, be- 
tween the Atlantic and Pacific. Lond. 1818. map. 
bds. Svo. 3, — 

243 Besueh auf d. Insel Islands, 1834. Stuttg, 

1886. music and fig. sd. Svo. 1. — 

244 Barthema (L. di). Seer wonderiycke zee- en 
landt-reyse in de Morgenlanden, Syrien, Persien, 
Indien, Egypten, enz, Uyt hot Ital, vert. Utrecht, 
1654. 3 parts in 1 vol. With plates. 4to. 3.50 

( Wonderful voyages and travels through the East- 
ern countries, Syria, Persia, India, Egypt etc.) 

245 Barton, Memoir on the American Alligator, 
Philad. 1812. Svo. With plate. 26 pp. Printed for 
the author. — Rare. 1.50 

246 Bartram (W.), Voyages dans les parties Sud 
de I'Amerique Septentrion., les Carolines, la Ge- 
orgie, les Florldes, les pays des Cherok^es, dea 
Creek et des Chactaws. Trad. p. P. V. Benoist. 
Paris, an vii (1799.) 2 vols. sd. uncut, large map 
and plates. Svo. 3. — 

Predeeik Mui-ler & Co., 



1 A most interesting work to lovers of nataral his- 
tory, especially of Botany." Lowndes. 

247 Bartram (W.), Reizen door Noord- en Zuid- 
Carolina, Georgia, Oost- en West-Florida, enz. 
Haarlem, 1794. 2 vols, in 1. hf. bd. uncut, map. 
870. (5.—) 1.80 

Dutch translation of the preceding. 

248 Battle m Brazil, fought by Colonel Arc'u- 
zevjsky. Commander of the Dutch W. 1. Troops, 
against the Spanish General Don Luis de Rockas. 
1636. Plan of the battleground with the position 
of the armies, sq. fol. 2. — 

249 Battle of Bunkershill. Death of General 
(Tarren. 1775. J. Trumbull px., engrav. by J. G. 
Mullcr. — Fme impress, but stained. )g. sq. fol. 4. — 

250 Same subject, same disposition. French lith. 

by Ostervald. With Spanish and French subscrip- 
tion, sq. fol. 2. — 

251 Battle of Quebec. —Death of General J/o»^ 
gomery. 1776. J . Trumbull px., engrav. by J. J. 
Clemens. Publ. by A. C. de Poggi, March. 1798. 
Very Ig. sq. fol. 10.— 

With rare key in outlines and names of the per- 
sons represented. 

25a, Battlefields of the South, from Bull Run to 
Vredericksburg ; with sketches of Confederate 
Commanders and gossip of the camps, by an En- 
glish combattant. Lond. 1863. 2 vols. maps, cloth. 
8vo. — One map wanting. (12.60) 4. — 

253 Baudartius (Gul.), Memoryen ofte Cort ver- 

hael der gedenckweerdichste so kerckl. als wereltl. 

gheschiedenissen van Nederland, Vranckryck, 

Hooghduytschland, Gr. Brit., Hispan. . . . 1603 — 

1624. 2d ed. Arnh. en Zutph. 1624—25. 2 vols. 

fine portr. of the author, and many other portraits, bds. 

uncut, fol. — little stained by water. — Scarce. 10. — 

{Memorials of the most remarkable ecclesiast. 

and worldly occurrences in the Netherlands, France, 

Germany, Gr. Srit., Spain, etc. 1603 — 24, 2d ed. 


These chronicles by an highly esteemed author, 
contain an ample description of the armies and fleets in 
Brazil, in 1624. Vol. II, Book XVI, pp. 72—100 
and elsewhere. 

254 Baumann (L. A.)j Abriss der Staatsverfassung 
der vornehmsten Lander in Afrika u. Amerika. 
Brandenb. 1776—38. 2 vols. bds. uncut. 8vo. 2.50 

255 Baumbach (L. v.), Neue Briefe aus d. Ver- 
ein. Staaten von N.-Amerika. Cassel, 1850. 8vo. 

(1.90) 1.25 

256 Bayard (P. M.), Voyage dans I'interieur des 
Etats-L'nis, a Bath, Winchester, dans la vallde le 
Shenandoha. etc. en 1791. Paris, 1797. sd., uncut. 
8vo. 1.80 

267 Bayer (P. W.), Reize naar Peru, 1749 -70. 
Amst., 1782. sd. uncut. 8vo. 1.50 

{Voyage to Peru, 1749—70.) 
Pages 157—59 treat of the Quichua-language, 
with the Pater-Noster in Qaichua. 


258 Beatson (Al.), Naval and Military memoirs of 
Great Britain, 1727—1762. Lond. 1790. 3 vols. 
bds. 8vo. 2.— 

259 Beauchamp (A. de), Uistoire de Bresil depuis 
sa decouverte jusqu'en 1810. Paris, 1815. 3 vols. 
h/. calf, map and 2 plates. 8vo. 3. — 

260 Beaulieu (A. van) Rampspoedige scheepvaert 
naar Oost-lndien, met veele aanmerk. beschryvin- 
gen der plaatsen, inwoonders, etc. Uit hetFranach 
vert, door J. H. Glazemaker. Amst., 1669. plates. 
4to. 3.— 

{Unfortunate voyage to East-India, with des- 
criptions of the places, inhabitants etc. 

261 Beaumarchais (P. A. Caron de), Obser- 
vations sur le Memoire justificatif de la Cour de 
Londres. A Lond., a Philad., et partout, 1779. 
8vo. 1.25 

"Apologie de la conduite de la France, relative* . 
ment a I'insurrection des colonies Anglaises." 

262 Beaumont (G. de), Marie ou leaclavage anx 
Etats-Unis. Brux. 1825. 2 vols. hf. calf. 12rao. 


263 [Beaumont (S. de)], Pertinente Beschry vlnge 
van Guiana, gelegen aan de vaste kust van Ame- 
rica. Hier is bygevoeght der Participanten pro- 
fyten ... als oock de Conditien van de Staten 
van Hollandt voor die gene, die nae Guiana be- 
geeren te varen. Amst., J. Claesz ten Hoom, 1676. 
4to. XI I and 55 pp. With a map and view of the 
coast of Guiana on the title, hf. vellum. Very fine 
copy. — Rare. 27.50 

{Accurate description of Guiana, situated on the 
coast of America. With addition of the projits of 
the shareholders, and the Conditions for those, who 
wish to sail for Guiana.) 

264 Becher (Joh. Joach.), Politiacher Diacurs 
von den eigentlichen Ursachen dess Aufl- n. Ab- 
nehmens der Stiidt, Lander u. Republicken. 2te 
Edition.- Frankf. 1673. vellum. 8vo. about 1300 pp. 

Highly interesting for the documents relating to 
Guiana. — The whole 5th part (pp. 909—1272) 
treats of transmarine commerce, and the foundation 
of a German East- and West- India- Company, the 
plan of a Colony in Guiana. The author gives all 
the documents relating to this affair, and many 
others especially ou the Dutch West-India Comp., 
the colony of Gerbier etc., for inst.: pp. 1052 — 79 
Translation of La Barre's Kelatiou de la Guyane. — 
pp. 1138 — 50 Privileges of the States General of 
Holland for founding a German colony in Guiana 
within the limits of the West.-lud.-Comp. Transla- 
ted from the Dutch, (Is the original Dutch ever prin- 
ted ?) — pp. 1213 — 18 Translation of the Privile- 
ges granted to B. Gerbier, etc. 

265 The same. 3d edition. Ibid. 1688. vellum. 

8vo. 6.— 

266 The same. 4th edit Ibid. 1721. 8vo. 6.— 

267 Narriache Weisabeit u. weiso Narrbeit, 



Frankfurt, 1683. bds. 16mo. — Rare. 5.— 

Very curious containing an account of discoveries, 
inventions, etc. which have been declared I'fvolisk" 
at first, and have turned out very reasonable, and 
vice-versa. We find amongst them : 

N". 2. Various voyages and discoveries in the 
East- and West- Indies. — N". 4. Prince Rupprechts 
Beaver-Corapany in America. 5. The Dutch coloni- 
sation of Guiana, etc. 

268 Bechler (Gust. R.), Atlas showing battles, 
engagements and important localities, connected 
with the Campaigns in Virginia. Philad. 1864. 
16 plates clotL sm. sq. 4to. — Plate 16 wanting. 

(11.20) 2.50 

269 Beckmann (J.), Litteratur der alteren Reise- 
beschreibungen. Gott. 1808. 2 vols. /i/. calf. 8vo. 

This is not a simple nomenclature, but rather a 
critical review of some of the most interesting 
voyages, as: Sagard, Voyage au pays des Hurons. 
1632. — Voyage of Martiniere. — Mocqnet, Voya- 
ges aux Jndes Occid. et Orient. Rouen, 1645. — 
Relations du Bresil. 1651, etc. 

270 Bedenckinge over d'antwoordt d. Bewint- 
hebbers vande Oost-lnd. Comp... belang. de com- 
binatie der twee Conipagnien. 's Gravenh, 1644. 
4to. (Asher No. 202.) 2.50 

{Reflections on the answer of the Directors of 
the East-Ind. Comp. .concern, the combination of 
the two Comp.) 

271 "Bedlam, of the world." — Dutch cari- 
cature with Englisch subscription., King George 
dozing and signing the manliest against Holland; 
whilst the candlestick tumbles down, one of his 
Ministers reads a paper, headed: ^ewapende Neu- 
traliteit"' (armed Neutrality) of the Europ. conti- 
nent during the Amer. war which highly aggra- 
vates another Minister. Invented and engrav. by 
P. Dutsman. (Pseudonym.) 1781. sq. 4" — Fine 
and rare. 5. — 

272 Begin en Voortgangh v. de Vereen. Geoctr. 
Oost-lndische Compagnie. Vervatende de voor- 
naamste Reysen by de Inwoond. ders. Provincien 
derwaerts gedaen. Nevens beschryv. d. Rycken, 
Eylanden, enz. In 2 din. (met 14en 12 Voyagien.) 
(Amsterdam) 1645. 2 vols. squ. 4to. — Very rare. 
230 maps and plates. Fine copy. hf. calf gilt. 
(Tiele N". 4.) 55.— 

{Origin and progress of the United Octr. East 
India-Company ; comprising the principal Voyages 
thither by the inhabitants of these Provinces. With 
descriptions of the States, Islands, Government of 
those nations, etc. In 2 vols, {comprising 14 and 
12 Voyages.) 

This collection is one of the most valuable ever 
made in any language. It comprises the most inte- 
resting voyages to the East and North, and, besides 
the Journals of the 26 Voyages mentioned on the 
title, the book contains short narratisns of nearly 
100 minor voyages as Appendices to the other ones. 

All these journals are either reprinted with slight 
varitions from the original editions, or from the auto- 
graph MSS. placed at the disposal of the editor, or 
from personal narratives of the voyagers made to him. 
The compiler is the learned Isaac Commelin at Am- 

The vast mass of plates and maps in this work, 
are either copied from the original editions, or from 
the autograph maps of the navigators. The col- 
lection was first published in 1645, as some very 
rare titles bear that date. The edition with the year 
1646 is that generally found, but very fine copies 
are rare in consequence of the frequent usage of these 

273 Same work. Edition of 1646. 2 vols, old 

calf. gilt. Very neat copy. (Tiele W. 6.) 33. — 

274 Same work. Edition of 1646. 2 vols, vel- 
lum or calf. Ordinary copy. 20. — 

275 Behr (Joh. v. d.), Uiavium, oder Tagebuch, 
iiber dasjenige, so sich zur Zeit einer neunjahrigen 
Reise zu VVasser u. Lande, in Dienst der Niederl. 
Ost-Indian. Compagnie... zugetragen. Jena, 1668. 
vellum, plates and portr. 4to. — Rare. 6. — 

276 Belknap, Jeremy, distinguished Historian, 
founder of the Massachus. Hist. Society. — A. L. S. 
to Mr. David Mc Clure of Portsmouth, dat. Dover, 
Febr. 14, 1774. 4«. 3.75 

277 Bellegarde (Abbe de), Histoire universelle 
des voyages. Amst., 1708. calf. 8vo. 2. — 

Vol. I. (all published) treating exclusively of Ame- 
rica: Extracts from Petrus Martyr on the discovery 
of America; the account of F. Cortez of the disco- 
very of New-Spain, etc. 

278 Bellot (J. R.), Journal d"un voyage anx mers 
polaires. a la recherche de Sir J. Franklin, 1851 — 
52. Prec. d'une notice s. Tauteur, p. J. Lemer. 
Paris, 1854. portr. and map. hf. mor. uneut. 8v6. 


279 Beltrami (J. C), A pilgrimage in Europe and 
America, leading to the discovery of the sources 
of the Mississippi and Bloody River. Loud: 1828. 
Vol. I. bds., plates. 8vo. 1.50 

280 Benedict (D.) A general History of the Bap- 
tist Denomination in America and other parts of 
the world. Boston. 1813. 2 vols. calf. 8vo. 18.— 

First edition, very rare, not mentioned by Rich ; 
it contains matters which have been omitted in the 
subsequent reprints.) 

.281 Benezet (A.), Observations sur Forigine, les 
principes et I'etablissement en Araerique des Qua- 
kers. Lond. 1817. 8vo. 1.50 

282 Bennett (G.), Acclimatisation: its eminent 
adaptation to Australia. A lecture delivered in 
Sydney. Melbourne, 1862. 8vo. 1. — 

283 Rules and objects of the Acclimatisation 

Society of Victoria, with the report at the first 
general meeting, etc. Ibid. 1861. 8vo. —.60 

Fbederik Mullke & O., 




284 Bennet (R. Q.) en J. v. Wijk, Verhand. 
over de Nederl. ontdekkingon in Amerika, Ana- 
traliii, de Indien en de PooUanden, en de namen, 
welko weleer aan dezelve door Nederlandcra zijn 
gegeven. Utrecht, 1826- 8vo. With allot of 1 maps 
in-fol. uncut. 4.50 

{Treatise on the Butch discoveries in America, 
Australia, the Itulies and the Polar Regions, and 
on the names formerly given to them by the Butch.) 

Prize-essay, published by the Utrecht Provincial 
Society. The atlas, being published separately, is 
very often wanting. 

285 Benzoni (Gir.), La Historia del Mondo nuovo 
. . . laqua! tratta delle isole, e mari nuouamente 
ritrovati, et delle nuove citta da lui proprio ve- 
dute, per acqua, e per terra in quattuordeci anni. 
Venetia, 1572. 179 pp. woodcuts, bds. sm. 8vo. 


Second edition of the original, augmented "cfal- 

eune cose notabile delV isole di Canaria."" — Vert 

RABB. — Good copy, only some leaves slightly stained. 

286 Der Neuen Weldt and Indianischen Konig- 

reichs, newe and wabrhaflften History . . . Teutsch 
durch Nic. Hciniger von Konigahofen an der Tau- 
ber. Basel, .9. Henricpetri, 1579. half calf. fol. 17.— 

Very fine copy of this rare German translation. 
From the Sobolewski Library. 

287 Novae Novi Orbia hititoriae, id est, Rerum 

ab Hispanis in India Occidentali hactenua gesta- 
rum, et [de] acerbo illorum in eas gentea domi- 
natu 11. III. Urb. Calvetonia opera in Latin, trans- 
lati et notia illustr. Adjuncta eat de Gallorum in 
Floridatu expeditione hiatoria. (Genevae) Apnd 
East. Vignon, 1578. bds. 8vo. 12.— 

First edition of the Latin translation, with addi- 
tion of the Account of the Frencli expedition to 
Florida, under J. Riband in 1565. 

288 Benzoni (H.) et Jo. Lerius. — Historia In- 
diae Occidcntalis , to:nis duobia coiuprehenaa. 
I. Era ab Hiap-inis in India Occident, hactenua ges- 
taa, acerbuiu illonim in eaa Gentes douiinatum, 
inaigneque in Galloa ad Floridani inaulani saevi- 
tiae exeiupluHi deacribit. — II, Braailiae (quae et 
America dicitur) rerumque in ea observatione 
dignarum a nobis penitua incognita deacriptionem 
continet. Hifron. Benzone ct Jo Lerio, . , . autoribus. 
In Lat. aerin. Urb. Calvetonia et G. M. atudio 
converai. S. 1. (Genevae) £ust. fignon, 1686. — 
2 torn. 1 vol. hf. calf. 8vo. 35.— 

Fine tall copy of this rare edition. With the rare 
folding plates and the 6 other woodcuts in the work 
of Lerius, bound at the beginning of the Volume. 

289 D(^ gedenkwaardige Weat-lnd. Voyagieu, 

gcdaan door Chr. Columbus, Anier. Veaputius, en 
Lod. Hennepin, behelz. een waaracht. bcscbryving 
der Atiiericaanse ontdekkingon... Lcyd. P. r. d. 
Aa, 1704. — L. Hennepin, Voyagie na 't ge- 
deelte van Xoordor Amerika gelegen tuaschen 
Nieuw-Mexico en de IJa-Zee. Ibid. 1704. 2 vols, 
in 1. vellum, 14 maps and platet. 40. 6.— 


{The memorable West-Indian Voyages, made by 
Columbus, Am. Vespuccius and L. Hennepin, con- 
tain, a true description of the American dis ove- 
ries. — L. Hennepin, Voyage to a part of North 
America, situated between New- Mexico and the 

These two works belong together, the 2d being 
mentioned on the title of the f^tAt; but both haxre 
separate pagination, title etc. The work of Hennepin 
was also put into commerce separately, see infra : 

290 Berbice. — Octroy ofte conditien, waar by 
de Stat. Gen. aan de Directeuren der colonic v. 
Berbice hebben toegeataan de vru'e vaart en na- 
vigatie op dezelve colony, voor alle ingezetenen 
dezer landen open te stellen. Anist., (1732J. 4to. 

Privileges of the States Oen, allowing Governors 
of the ^colony of Her bice to open free navigation 
to Herbice for ail inhabitants of the Netherl.) 

291 Kortbondige beachryvinge van de 

Colonic de Berbice, behelzende de legging, bevol- 
king, de zeden, enz. Aniat. 1169. sewed, uncut, map 
and plate. 4to. 2. — 

{Brief description of the colony of Berbice, con- 
tain, its siiuation, population, etc.) 

292 Kort dog waarachtig Verbael van de Re- 

bellie en Opatand der Negcra in de Colonie de 
Berbice, en de yaseiyke wreedheden aan deszella 
Inwoondera gepleegt, etc. Midd. en Amst. 1763. 
4to. 2.— 

{Brief but truly relation of the Rebellion of the 
Negroes in the colony of Berbice, and of the fright- 
ful cruelties committed on the inhabitants thereof. 
... 21 Febr. to 14 June UQii.) 

293 Vermaakelyck en Iduchtig relaes van een 

reyae van Amaterdam naar de nieuwe CoUonien 
vande Berebisjea, in 17.^5 . . , door G. T. Gal- 
bano Elephanatiua, Histono-Graphua Kotterodam. 
... Aiuat., 1736. 8vo. uncut. Very rare. 3. — 

{Pleasant and comical relation of a voyage from 
Amsterdam to the new colony of Berbice, in 1735.) 

294 - — Kort Historisch Verhaal van de Co- 
lonie Berbice... behand. het onderwerp der pri- 
vate eigendomnie der Societeit van Participan- 
ten. . . en het gedrag van de Gouvemeur A. J. 
v. Imbyze v. Batenburg. Araat. 1807. hf. bd., eol. 
viiw. 8vo. 319 pp. 2.50 

(History of the colony of Berbice, includ. the 
question of the private potsessions of the Society 
of Shareholders and the conduct of Governor Ba- 

295 Naauwkeurige platte grond van Rio de 

Berbice, gemeeten d. J. B. Knapp. Anist., H. de 
Leth. (about 1730). Large sq. fol. 85 by 56. 3.— 

{Accurate plan of Rio de Berbice, surveyed by 
J. B. Knapp.) 

Berbice, formerly a Dutch Colony, was ceded to 
England in 1815. — Fine map, with delineation of 
the plantatioDs, list of the proprietors, and the fa- 
mily-arms of the tt Directors. 



296 Berbice. — Map of the Colony. Atnst., R. & /. 
OUens. 1740. Large sq. fol. 97 by 47. .3.— 

With special map of tlie coast from Rio Berbice 
till Rio Marawiiii, and separatey printed list of the 
plantations and the names of the proprietors. 

297 Same map, later edition. Arast., R. & J. 

OUens (1763). — Same size. 2.— 

With engraved account of a Negroe-insnrrection, 
25 Febr. 1763. — The printed list not republished. 

298 Berbice and Surinam, with plan of Para- 
maribo. Amst., {Tirion. 1755). fol. 40 by 34. 1.50 

299 Berbice and Surinam. Without name or 

place. (Amst. 1780.) fol. 65 by 45. 2.— 

With separate plan of the Hernhut-colony Pil- 
300- Berbice. Map of the Colony, after the sur- 
veys of Wiedeman and Roelofs, by Major v. Bou- 
chenroeder. Amst., Mortier, Covens & Z. 1802. fol. 
59 by 59. 3.50 

The productions of the plantations are indicated 
by different colours. — On a separately printed 
sheet the names of the plantations and their pro- 

301 Berokel (P. J. van), first Dutch Minister to 
the U. S. 1783. — Dutch emblemat. plate : a man 
of war surrounded by Tritons, engrav. by K. F. 
Bendorp. 8". 1. — 

302 His first audience in America, 1783, en- 
grav. by R. y^inkeles. 8°. 1. — 

303 Bergh (L. Ph.. C. v. d.), Nederlands aanspraak 
op de ontdekking van Amerika voor Columbus. 
Arnh. (1850). 8vo. 1.— 

{The claim of Netherland to the discovery of 
America before Columbus.) 

304 Berghaus (H.), Almanach auf d. Gebiete der 
Erd-, Lander-, Volker- u. Staatenkunde. Gotha, 
1837 — 41. 5 vols. iVith maps, plates and portraits 
of J. Cook, F. Drake, Frobisher, etc. 4.— 

305 Berkenmeyor, (P. L), Le curieux antiquaire 
du recueil geograph. et hlistor. des choses les plus 
remarquables dans les quatre part, de I'Univers. 
Leide, P. v. d. Ja, 172i). 3 vols, vellum, plates. 
8«. 3.50 

Pp. 984—1034 and 3 plates treat on America. 
At the end of the last vol. the publisher has added 
a complete catalogue of the maps, plates, portraits, 
views etc., he has published, very interesting as we 
find in it the exact enumeration of the plates of 
most of V. d. Aa's great publications, for iust.: the 
collection of voyages by Dapper, Mieuhoff, Monta- 
nns etc. 



— The Same. 3 vols, old calf. 8vo. 
Without the catalogue of the publisher. 

307 Neu vermehrter curieuser Antiquarius, . . . 

zum 7den Mahl vermehret. Hamburg, 1738—42. 

2 vol. vellum, plates. 8°. 2.50 

The second volume is entitled : Fortsetzung .... 

^, Merckwiirdigkeiten in Jsia, Africa und America, 

Pp. 332—384 of this vol. treat on America. Van 
der Aa's catalogue is not reproduced in this edition , 

308 Bernagie, Sebast. (Curacovia Americanus), De 
fidejussoribus. Lugd. Bat., Abr. Flzevier, 1705. 
calf extra, rich'y gilt. 4to. 1.25 

309 Bernhard, Herzog zu Sachsen-Weimar-Eise- 
nach. Reise durch Nord-Amerika. Herausgeg. von 
H. Luden. Weimar, 1828. 2 vols, sd., plates and 
maps. roy. 8vo. 2. — 

310 Eeize naar en door Noord-Amerika. Dordr. 

1829. 2 vols, sd., plates. 8vo. 1.50 

Dutch translation of the preceding. 

311 Beschrijvinge van eenige voomarae kusten 
in Oost- en West-lndien, als Zurinanie, Nieuw- 
Nederland, Florida, Kuba, Brazil, Suratte, Mada- 
gascar, Batavia, Peru en Mexico. Van haar ge- 
legentheid, aart en gewoonte der volkeren, enz. 
Leeuv?arden, 1716. Af. vellum. 4to. (AsherN". 19.) 

(Description of some principal coasts in East- 
and West-India, as Surinam, New -'Netherland, Flo- 
rida, Cuba, Brazil, Puru, Mexico, etc. On their 
situation, the manners of the inhabitants, etc.) 

Interesting volume. The description of New-Ne- 
therland fills p. 50—76. 

312 Beschrijvinghe van Virginia, Nieuw-Ne- 
derlandt, Nieuw Engelandt, en d'eylanden Ber- 
mudes, Barbados en S. Ohristofffel. Amsterdam, 
J. Hartgers, 1651. 4to. With map, a View of N. 
Amsterdam and engravings repres. the aborigines, etc. 

{Description of Virginia, New -Netherland, New- 
England, and the islands of Bermuda, Barbadoet 
and St. Christopher.) 

One of the most interesting, scarcest, and first 
books on New-Netherland. — See on it at 
large: Asher's Essay N". 6. 

313 Beschryvinghe van Moscovien ofte Ruslandt 
en Weghwyser om te reysen door Moscovien enz. 
na Groot Tartaryen. Amst., G. J. Saeghman (1663.) 
bds. 4to. (Tiele W. 208.) 20.— 

{Description of Moscovy, or Russia, and guide 
for travelling through Moscovy to Great Tartary.) 

One of the rarest of Saeghnian's publications. — 
This work is a reprint of J. Danckaert's description 
of Moscovy, first printed in 1615. 

In the collection of voyages by Saeghman is ano- 
ther edition of this book, of 40 pp. only, in which 
the 1st or historical part is omitted. 

314 Beschryvingo (Korte en wonderlycke) van 
de seltsame wanschepsels van menschen, die ge- 
vonden worden in het coninckrjjck Guianae, aen 
het Meyr Parime. Alsmede van de Satyrs, en van 
de Vrouwen die Amazoonen genoemt worden. 
Amsterd., 6. J. Saeghman (about l&Q^.) plates. Aio. 


{Short and curious description of the monstruous 

men, who are found in the Kingdom Guiana, near 

the lake Parime; alto of the Satyrs and women 

Teederxk & C.f 



Called AmazofifS.) 

This is by far the rarest of all the parts of Saegh- 
maa'a collection of Voyages, to which it forms the 
last part. The curious subject must have given to 
this work as chapbook, a great number of readers 
and caused the present rarity of it. 

315 Beughem, C. a, Bibliographla historica, chro- 
iiolofjica vt geoyrapJdca. kvat,t.y&\mAJuns3on. Waes- 
bergios. 1685. vellum. 1-2". 3. — 

Contains many interesting accoimts on Bl&au and 
othiT Atlases, having been published by the succes- 
sors of Bieau's competitors. 

316 Beulloch (M.), La Mexique en 1823, ou vo- 
yage dans la Nouvelle Espagne. Av. dos pieces 
justitieat. ct d('8 notes p. Sir John Byerley. Trad, 
do rAngl. Paris, 1824. 2 vol.s. 8vo. and Atlas of 
20 partly colour, platfs. 4to. /if. Id. 4. — 

317 Mexico in 1823, of reisdoor Nieuw-Sjwiije. 

Delft, 1825. 2 vols, sd., uncut, plates. 8vo. 2.— 

Dutch translation of the preceding work, augmcn- 
tetl with historical annotations by the author and 
the translator. 

318 [Beverley (B.)] Histoire de la Virginie, ... 
trad. d'Angl. Anist., Th. Lombrail, 1707. 15 plates 
including frontispice ; old calf. 8vo. 5. — 

Esteemed work for the informations on the Native 
Indians, their religion, laws and customs. The plates 
are copied from those in the collection of Voyages 
by de Bry. — The author, a native of Virginia, 
died 1716. 

319 The same. Amst., CI. Jordan, 1712. 15;9/fl- 

tes. old calf gilt. sm. 8vo. 5. — 

Same edition as the foregoing, with a changed 

320 Beyer (M.), Answanderungsbuch nach Axnerica 
u. T('x;is. Leii)zig, 1846. sd. 8vo. — .50 

321 Bibliotheca Americana. Catalogue of a 
valuable collection of books, pamphlets, MSS., 
maps, engravings and portr., illustrat. the history 
and geography N. and S. of America and W.-India, 
by J. Kussell Smith. Lond. 1865-67. 6598 and 
892 lots. -*/• calf. 8vo. 4.— 

322 Catalogue of a private Library comprising 

a large assortment of rare and valuable books 
relating to America. N. York, Leavitt, Strebergh 
& Co., 1870. 1262 lots, with the prices- 8vo. 2.50 

Important collection of valuable works. 

323 Bibliotheca Mejioana. A Catalogue of an 
extraordinary collection of books and MSS., rela- 
ting to the history and literature of N. and S. 
America, particularly Mexico. Lond., Puttick & 
Simpson, 1869. 2962 lots with prices and pur- 
chasers' names, cloth. 8vo. 

Important coil ction formed by Rev. A. Fischer, 
the confessor of the nnfortunate Emperor Maximilian 
of Mexico. 

324 Bibliotheque geograph. et instructive ou re- 
cneil de voyages int^ressants dans toutes les par- 


ties du monde. Paris, 1804—7, 74 voli?. sd., maps 
and plates, sm. 12mo. 8. — 

325 Billiard (A.) Voyage aux Colonies orientales 
ou Lettres ecrites des iles de France et de Bour- 
bon. 1817—20. Paris, 1822. sd. 8vo. 1.50 

326iBion, (A.), rUsagc des globes celestes et ter- 
restres et des spheres, ^aris, 1699. 2 parts. 1 vol. 
plates, vellum. 8*. 1.50 

327 Bisselii (Joa.) Argonauticon Americanorum, 
sive historia periculorura Petri de Victoria ac so- 
ciorum ejus. Monachii, 1647. vellum, front, and 
map. l2mo. 4.50 

Not in Sabin's Bibliotheca AmericaDa. Priced in 
Stevens' Nnggets ^ 1,11.6. 

328 Icaria, Recusa AliopoH (Monachii?) 1667. 

vellum, map. 24mo. 1.50 

Description of- and stay at an imaginary island. 

329 Elaeu (W. J.) — Terrestrial and Celestial 
Globes by Guilielmus Janssonius Blaeu. Amster- 
dam, 1599 — 1603. Both coloun-d and illuminated, 
with brass meridian; in the original wooden stands. 
Diameter: 34 centimeter. — Is EXCELLBNT STATB 


See on the high importance and the exceeding ra- 
rity of Blaeu's Globes, Mr. P. J. R. BaudeVs Prize- 
essay on the Life and Works of W. J. Blaeu, Utrecht 
1871, 8", pp. 35—52. Notwithstanding Mr. Baa- 
det's utmost exertions, he could find in Holland but 
two pairs, one in the Astronomical Observatory at 
Leiden, the other in the Physical Museum at Am- 

As to the importance of Blaeu's Globes it will 
siifiice to say that they form the second link in the 
chain of which the celebrated Globe of Martin Be- 
haim at Niirnberg (1402) is the first. All links 
laying between these, viz. the work of Schoner, 
Gemma Frisius, G. Mercator, Jodocus Hondius 
and of M. Florentius van Langeren, are lost and 
gone, with exception of 3 Globes of difi"erent date 
in the Ducal Library at Weimar, and a Globe by 
van Langeren in the Library at Gent. This last 
however, not being anterior to the year 1617, is 
nothing more then coDteraporaneous to these by 
Blaeu. (See Baudet, p. 35—37). 

Blaeu's Globes are formed by engravings pasted on 
wood; in this way, he was able to introduce each 
progress, made in the Geographical Science of his 
days, by correcting the original copperplates and 
giving then new editions of his Globe. The present 
specimen still boars ou the Earth-globe the date of 
i\\e first edition: "1599", under the inscription, be- 
ginning: „Spectatori meo S. Hanc terrae marisque 
faciem qui aspicis sic inspice ne dispicias ■ mult a 
Aic mutata {sed nihil iemere) quae nisi attendas 
facile fagiant. etc." — This copy, however, is not 
of so early a date : the almost correct delineation of 
America even with the Strait of Le 31 aire, Staien- 
Island and the Islands of Barnevelt, all discovered 
in 1616, proves that we have here a revised edition 
'•muUa hie mutata", as the above cited inscription 



tells. The year 1620 will not be far from the truth. 
Tn another inscription on the Earth-globe the "im- 
mortale nomen ft gloriam incomparabilem''' of Co- 
Inmbiis are mentioned, besides the discoveries of Ma- 
gellaen, Cortez, the English, and last : "his demum 
passi graviora Batavi", the unsuccessful! exertions 
of the Dutch, to find a passage by the North -East 
to the Indies (1594 — 96), ending with the energetic 
advice): "tnale coepisii si hie sistas: Durum hoc sed 
perdura ; ne cede malis, sed contra audentior Ho. 
Fata viam expedient." 

On this Globe a posterior adress of J. de la 
Feuille^ map and printseller in Amsterdam in 1680 — 
1700, is afterwards pasted, telling, that he sells 
•'tons Globes et Spheres que defunt J. Blaeu a 
laisse de plusiears Autheurs." 

The Celestial Globe is of the highest interest to 
the History of Astronomical Science. The date of 
publication "1603" is still preserved on it. It offers 
the result of Blaen's residence and studies at Hven, 
(about 1591) in the Astronomical Observatory of 
Tycho Brake, as is stated in the inscription: 

•iSpJiaera siellifera a Guilielmo Janssonio, 

magni Tychonis quondam discipulo, accuratissime 
disposHa, etc. See on Blaeu's friendship with Tycho 
Brahe (who'se portrait occurs on the globe): G. J . 
Voeiius, De Scientiis maihematieis, p. 263, and 
J. F. Foppens, Biblioih. Belgica, p. 408. 

An examination of Blaeu's Globes, preserved at 
Leyden and Amsterdam, and those in my possession, 
offer many variations. Also the size widely differs. 
— Each mat thus be considered as neakly 


330 Blaeu, (W. J.), Tweevoudigh onderwijs v. de 
Hemelsche en Aerdsche Globen, na Ptolemaeus 
en Copernicus. Amst., W. J. Bleau. 1638. vellum, 
Koodcuts. 4«. 1-50 

{Twofold instruction of the celestial and terres- 
trial globes, after Ptolemaeus and Copernicus.) 

331 Same work. Amst., J. Blaeu. 1&55. vellum, 

woodcuts. 4P. 1-50 

332 Institutio astronomica de usu Globorum et 

Sphaerarum coelest. et terrestr. Latine redd. aM. 
Hortensio. Amst., J. et C. Blaeu. 1640. vellum. 
With figg. 8". 1-50 

333 Same work. Amst., J. Blaeu. 1652. TJncut. 

With figg. 80. 1.50 

334 Same work. Amst., J. Blaeu. 1668. vellum. 

With figg. 8". 1-50 

Blaeu wrote this manuel for those who bought hii 
globes. The editions (in Dutch: 1620, 1647, 1655, 
1666, 1669, etc. — in Latin: 1634, 1640, 1652, 
1655, 1668 etc., and in French: 1642. 1658,1669 
etc.) offer no variations. The Latin edition is aug- 
mented with a prefage by Hortensius, the translator. 
(See Baudet, pp. 45—52.) 

335 Blaeu (W. J.), Zeespiegel, inhoud. een korte 
onderwu'singhe ende konst der zeevaert en be- 
schryv. der seen en kusten v. de Oostersche, 

Noordsche en Westersche schipvaert. Amst., 1627. 

Vol. I and III (6 parts) in 1 vol. vellum, ^2 maps. 

fol. — 2 leaves (pp. 1, 2 ««rf 31, 32 of part I) 

wanting. Rare. 8. — 

{Mirror of the sea, contain, a short instruction 

in the art of navigation and a description of the 

seas and coasts in the East, North and West.) 

With autograph of E. de Ruyter, son of the ce- 
lebrated Dutch Admiral. 

336 Blaeu jCW.J.liTheatre du monde ou nouvelAtlas, 
etc. Amst., J. Blaeu, 1638. 2 vo\. vellum, gilt edges, 
204 coloured maps. roy. fol. — French text. 18.— 

Wii.i.iAM Jansz. Blaeu commenced his renowned 
cartographical publications in the early years of the 
17th century; in 1606 he had already published a 
map of the World, followed by several other sepa- 
rate maps, which he united, in 1631, into an Atlas 
entitled: Appendix Thuatri Ortelii et Atlantis Mer- 
catoris, containing 103 maps. This work, now of 
the utmost rarity, forms the starting-point for Blaeu's 
set of Atlases. The firm of J. Janssonius and 
H. Ilondius, who had continued to publish <he 
old maps of Mercator and Ilondius (see infra) 
tried in vain to beat the new competitor by editing 
a similar Appendix of 106 maps, in 1633. Both, 
Janssonius aud Blaeu, continued in doing their ut- 
most to outdo each other, by enlarging, correcting 
and refining their Atlases, even by pirating each 
other's publications, until! that of Janssonius reached 
at last its tenth volume (the Orbis Antiquus), to 
which he afterwards (in 1661) added Cellarius, Har- 
monia Macrocrosmica ; the Atlas of Blaeu reached 
the highest pitch by the magnificent Latin edition 
of 1665, in 11 vols., to which he added the 7%^^- 
trum Vrbium (of the 17 States of the Netherlands) 
in 2 vols., that of Savoye and Piemont in 2 vols, 
and of Italy with Naples in 3 vols., all large folio. 

The present edition is the Appendix of 1631, but 
remoulded and augmented; it gives 14 maps of Ame- 
rica: General map; Nova Belgia et Anglia Nova; 
W. Indian-Islands; the Bermudas; Virginia; Nova 
Hispania et Nova Galicia ; Granada and Popayan ; 
Venezuela; Guiana; Brazil; Paraguay and adj. coun- 
tries; Strait Magellan and Le Maire, Chili, Peru. 

Blaeu's maps excel by an accurate »nd very artis- 
tical execution; almost each map is adorned with fi- 
gures bearing on the customs of the inhabitants or 
the productions of the soil. — See on Blaeu's At- 
lases: Clement, Bibl. Curieuse, IV, 267—276. and 
Baudet's Biogr. of Blaeu. Utrecht. 1871. pp. 76—114. 

337 Theatre du monde, ou nouvel Atlas, etc. 

Amst., J. Blaeu, 1645 — 55. 6 vols, gilt vellum. 
Fine copy with 412 plain maps. roy. fol. — French 
text. 20.— 

The 2 volumes of the foregoing edition are here 
increased unto 6, divised : I. 2 parts in lvol.;(l4< 
part): The Northern and Eastern parts of Europe 
(Arctic regions, Russia, Poland etc.), 20 maps; Ger- 
many, 65 maps; {2d part): the Low Countries, 36 
maps. — II. 2 parts in 1 vol. {1st part): France 
48 maps; {2d pari): Spain, 13 maps; Asia 1 1 maps. 

Frederik Muller & C, 


Africa, 5 maps; America, 15 maps (General map 
with 10 figg. of natives and 9 plans of cities, New- 
Neiherland with N. Engl, (quite another map as 
that by f'isscker. Asher's List n". 7.) W. Indian 
Islands, Bermudas, Virginia, yiorida, N . Spain, Gre- 
nada and Popayan, Venezuela, Guiana, Brasil, Para- 
gtiaya, Straits of Magellan and of Le Maire, Chili. 
Peru.) — III. Italy, 51 maps , Greece, 4 maps ; 
Gr. Britain, 4 maps. — IV. England, 63 maps, 
with extensive description by Camden. — V. 
Scotland, 46 maps, (by James Gordon); Ireland, 5 
maps. — VI. China and Japan, 17 maps (by M. 
Martinius, Soc. Jes.) 

The text is not limited to the geographical de- 
scription only, giving likewise historical and other 

338 Blaetl,(W.J.), The same. Fr<?wcA/ej-M647— 50. 6 
vol. vellum, gilt edges, i] 2 plain maps. roy. fol. 22.50 

Same division and same maps as in the foregoing M*. 

339 Tooneel des Aerdrycx ofte Nieuwe Atlas. 

Jok. Guil. fit. Blaeu, 1649. 6 vol vellum gilt, gilt 
edges, f^ery fine copy. roy. fol. 40G plain maps. 20. — 

{lAeatre of the Iforld or New Atlas.) 
Same division and same maps as foreg. : only 6 
omitted, viz. I. Northern parts 19 instead of 20. — 
Ib III the 4 maps of Gr. Britain omitted, and IV 
contains 62 instead of 63 maps. 

340 Atlas Major sive Cosmographia Blaviana. 

Amstelofl. 1662. 11 vol. gilt vellum, gilt edges. 
Vert fine copy with coloured maps. roy. fol. — 
Latin text. 70. — 

Collation: I. Map of the Globe; Arctic Regions 
6 m.; Norway 7 m.; Denmark 23 m. (With Brake's 
Observatory, etc. See note to N°. 343); Schlesvic 
21 m. — II. Sweden 10 m.; Russia 7 m.; Poland 
10 m. ; the Danube and adjacent countries 5 m. ; 
Greece 6 m. — III. Germany 95 m. - IV. Bel- 
gia Regia 35, Foederata 26 m. — V, England 58 
m. — VI. Scotland 49 m , Ireland 6 m. — VII. 
France 60 m., Switserland 7 m. — VIII- Italy 
62 m. — IX Spain 29 m. (with the 7 plates of 
the Escurial), Africa 13 m. — X. Asia 11 ro., 
China and Japan 17 m. — XI. Treats wholly on 
America: 387 pages text with the 23 maps as 
in the Dutch edition, See N". 343. 

See on the Latin text the note of H*. 343. 

341 Le grand Atlas, ou Cosmographie Blavi- 

ane. Amstenl. 1663. 12 vol. in 9 vellum. Coloured 
maps. roy. foL — Text in French. — Kare. 

Almost the same division as the Latin edition, a 
few alterations excepted. I. 61 maps. — II. 39 m. — 
III. Germany has been augmented with 13 maps, 
in all J05. — IV. 62 m. — V. 58 m. — VI. 
55 m. — VII and VIII- contain France and 
Switzerl. 70 m., (which form but one vol. in the 
Lat. edit.) with other and much augmented text. — 
IX. 61 m. — X. 42 m. — XI- 28 m. — XU. 
America with 23 m., and the text translated from 
the Latin. 


342 Blaeu ( W. J.),Grooten Atlas oft WereltbeschrO- 
ving. Amsterdam. 1664 — 65. 9 vol. gilt vellum, gill 
edges, roy.tol. Beautiful copy. The maps exquisitely 
illuminated in colors and gold. — Dutch Text. 55. — 

343 The same. A fine copy, vellum, toith colou- 
red maps. 45. — 

{Great Atlas, or description of the World.) 

Blacus Great Atlas surpasses by its sumptnonsness 
and correctness all similar publications of equal ex- 
tent, up to our time. The part treating on America 
may be regarded for the specialities it gives of 
North- America as the first Atlas of what are now 
the United-States, in the same sense as Wytfliet may 
be called the first special Atlas of America in general. 

The contents of this edition is as follows : 

I. Map of the Globe ; Europe, Arctic regions 8 
maps ; Norway 8 m. ; Denmark 22 m. (Amongst 
which Tycho Brake's Astronomical Observatory at 
Hven, and his astrom instruments, 15 plates); Schles- 
vic 21 m.; Sweden 10 m.; Russia 8 ra.; Poland 11 
m. (the Borysthenes in 4 m., Crimea etc.) — II. 
Germany 106 m. — III. The Spanish Netherlands 
and Unit. Prov. 65 m. — IV. England 62 m. — 
V. Sc t'and 46 m., Ireland 6 m. — VT. France 
67 m. UU m. more than in the edition, in 6 vol.) — 
Vn. Italy 60 m.. Greece 6 m. — VIII. Spain 
28 m. (amongst which the Escurial in 7 plates) ; 
Africa 13 ni. ; America 23 m. (the 1 5 maps of the 
edition in 6 vol. angmenteil with a general map of 
A., the Canibal Islands, Guatemala, Bahia de Todos 
1. Santos, Capitania di Cirii, Femambuco (2 beau- 
tiful maps] , Paraiba.) — IX. Asia lira., Sina 16 m. 

The text of the Latin and of the French edition 
is nearly the same, the latter being in most volnmes 
a translation of the former. It contains a geogra- 
phical and a historical account of the lands, f. i. 
on the trials of the first colonists, the founding of 
New-Amsterdam, New-Plymouth, Ja- 
mestown, etc. The text of the Dutch edition is 
somewhat abridged. 

344 "Atlas Major, sino Cosmographia Blaviana 

en la qual exact, se descrive la tierre, el mar y 
el cielo. Amsterd. (1659—72). 10 vol. hf. bound. 
Uncut. Plain maps. roy. fol. — Text in Spanish. 


This edition is of the highest baritt. It is 
known that nearly all copies perished iu a fire of 
Blaeu's magazine in 1 672. In the Bibliotheca Uilen- 
broukiana (Amst.1730) where the unique copy in large 
paper (ccurred, is annotated: 'Huius Atlantis lingua 
• llispanica non plura qaam sex exemplaria, praeter 
»nonnulla charta minori, sunt a flammis, quae Ty- 
»pographiam Blavianam devastarunt, vindicata," etc. 

These 10 vol. contain only the description of Eu- 
rope and Asia, the continuation (Africa and America) 
never appeared. The volumes are not numbered. The 
maps correspond with those in the I^atin edition 
(See N*. 340), only the North has been augmented 
with some maps: Arctic regions 2 ra., Norway 9 m., 
Russia 8 m. 

345 . Baudot, P. J. H., Leven en werken 



van Willem Jansz. BlaevL.'UtrechtlSll. WU A portr. 
after the rare engrav. ly J. Falck. 3 facs. and Sup- 
plement. 8". — Prize-ossny. 3.60 

(Life and works of W. J. Blaeu.') 

Cuntains ample iuformation on Bleau's globes and 
cartographical works. 

346 Bleau,Nova totiusTerrarumOrbis tabula. 

(Amsterdam) J. Blaku. (1648?). 21 sheets, roy. 
fol. each 43 by 57 centini., forming together a 
map of 303 by 171 centimeter. — Exceedingly well 
preserved. — Of the utmost rarity. 90. — 

Splendid testimonial of the geographical and car- 
tographical talents of the Blaeu's. No mere repro- 
duction of their former labours but a fair standard 
of the knowledge of the earth np to the day of the 
publication. Even th e discoveries of the year 1644, 
iu the Antarctic regions, are amongst many similar 
annotations marked on the map. By the enormous scale 
the different parts of the New World, f i. : Wew- 

Netherland, Virginia, Florida. Nova 
Francia, etc. etc., are very distinctly delineated. The 
names of the places and the historical and geographi- 
cal annotations are in French, Latin, English, Dutch, 
Spanish, etc., which proves that the records of all 
nations have contributed to this magnificent work. 
The corners are filled up with special maps of the 
Arctic and Antarctic regions. Astronomical maps, 
etc. — To give some further idea of the size of this 
map it will be sufficient to observe that the diameter 
of each globe is 148 centimeter. — The whole, sur- 
rounded by a broad border, is dedicated to Gasparo 
de Bracamonte et Guzman, Spanish Plenipotentiary 
to the Place of Munster, 1648, adorned with his 
arras, and signed Jo. Blaeii. 


347 Blaeu, Joan, celebrated Publisher of Atlases 
and maps at Amsterdam. — Signed Document, 
dated Oct. 2.5, 16.56. 1 p. fol. 2.50 

348 Blane (V. Le), Vermaarde Beizen in Oost- 
en West-lndien. Uit de Fransche taal vertaalt. 
Amst., 1654. 2 vols, in I. hf. vellum, 6 plates. 
4to. 3.- 

{Famous voyages in the East- and ff est- Indies, 
translated from the French.) 

349 Blanchard (P.) et A Dauzats, San Juan de 
Ulua ou relation de l'exp6dition Prangaise au 
Mexique (1838), avec des notes p. E. Maissin. 
Paris, 1839. hf. morocco, plates, roy. Svo. 3.50 

350 Blankenheym (C. M.), Geschied. der Com- 
pagnie van Ostende. Leiden, 1861. sd. 8vo. 1.50 

(History of the W. India Company of Ostende.) 

351 Blefkenius (D.), Scheepslogt na Ysland en 
Groenland, in 1563, waar in d' ontdekking der 
landen, godsdiensten en zeden . . . Nu eerst 'vcr- 
taald. Ley den, P. v. d. Aa, 1706. map and plate. 
8vo. 1.50 

{Voyage to Iceland and Greenland, in 1563, 
wherein the discovery of the lands, religions, cus- 
toms, etc. Now first translated.) 

352 Blefkenius (D.), Het vermaak der tover- 
hekzen van Lap- en Finland. Alsmede de Historie 
van Lapland en Beschrijving van Us- en Groen- 
land. 2de druk. Loeuw. (1716.) 2 parts in 1 vol. 
hf. caff, 2 i)lates. 8vo. 3.— 

(The recreation of the witches of Lap- and Fin- 
land. With a History of Lapland and a Descrip- 
tion of Ice- and Greenland. 2d edition.) 

A very curious book on the superstitions and cus- 
toms of the Laplanders. — The 2d part comprises 
the treatise on Greenland. 

353 Blodget (L.), Climatology ofthe United States 
and of the temperate latitudes of the North Ame- 
rican Continent, embracing a full comparison of 
these with the climatology of the temperate lati- 
tudes of Europe and Asia. Phiiad. 1851 . sd., many 
isothermal and rain charts, roy. Svo. (17. — ) 6.50 

354 Blom (A.), Verhand. van den landbouw in de 
colonic Snriname. Amsterd. 1787. 358 pp. 8vo. 
hf. calf. 1.25 

(Memoir on the agriculture in Surinam.) 

355 — - Hetzelfde werk, in orde gebragt en met 
ophelder. door F. v. Heshuysen. Amsterd. 1786. 
448 pp. hf. calf. Svo. 1.50 

(Same work, arranged and augmented with elu- 
cidations ly F. V. H.) 

Quite different of the foregoing book. 

356 [Blome (B.)], L'Am^rique Angloise, ou de- 
scription des isles et terres du roi d"Angleterre 
dans TAmerique. Trad, de TAnglois. Amsterd., 
1688. vellum, 7 maps. sra. Svo. — Fine copy. 6. — 

"Ce qui donne une valeur particuliere a cette tra- 
duction, ce sont les cartes qui sont mieux faites que 
celles de I'original." Tromel No. 339. — Both 
Troinel and Ternaux mention 6 maps; wy copy has 
seven. The 7th map represents: New England, New 
France, New Scotland, New Britain, Greenland. 

357 Englisches America... Beschreibung aller 

Lander u. Inseln, so der Cron Engeland inWest- 
Indieq zustandig sind. Leipzig, 1697. hf. vellum, 
2 plates and 1 map. 12mo. 9. — 

This German translation differs largely from the 
French one. It contains pp. 1 — 203 a history of thg 
English navigations to America which is not in the 
French edition. — Fery rare, not in TromeVs Bibl. 
Amer. nor in Stevens Nuggets. 

358 Blosseville (E. de), Hlstoire des colonies p6- 
nales de I'Angleterre dans I'Australie. Paris, 1831. 
sd. uncut. Svo. > 1.80 

359 Bodel Nijenhuis (J. T.), Jonas Michaelius, 
eerste predikant der Nederd. Hervormde Gemeente 
op Nieuw-Amsterdam. (Extr.) 1857. Svo. 1.75 

(Jonas Michaelius, first 3Hnister of the Butch 
' Reformed Congregation at New- Amsterdam.) 

First publication of a very interesting letter of 
J. Michaelius, written from New-Amsterdam in 1628, 
and giving au account of his arrival and his first 
adventures in his new home. The original of this 
highly interesting document. M'. Fred. Mulltr 

Fkederik Muller & O'^t, 



bought at the sale of the Library of Dr. Bodel 
Nyenhnis. A reproduction facsimile in photolitho- 
graphy, vu'wh the Dutch transcript, the English trans- 
lation of the lion. H. C. Murphy, and a preface 
by Mr. Fred. MuUer, is to be had, roy. 4". 15. — 
See infra Michaelius. 

360 Boekeren (Q. R. Voormeulen v.) Rcizen 
en ontdekkingstogten van A. Jansz. Tasiuan. Gro- 
ning., 1849. plates. 8vo. — .75 

{yoyages and discoveris of A. J. Tasman in the 

361 Boelen (J.), Reize naar de Oost- en Westkust 
van Zuid-Anierika, en van daar naar de Sandwichs- 
en Philippijnsche eilanden, enz. Amsterd. 1835 — 
36. 3 vols. hf. calf neat, maps and plates of costu- 
mes, partly coloured. 8vo. (16,80.) 3.50 

{Voyage to the Eastern and Western coasts of 
South- America, and thence to the Sandwic/is- and 
Philippine islands.) 

362 The same, sewed, uncut. 2.50 

363 Boemus (J.), Omnium gentium mores, leges 
et ritus . . . Aphricam, Asiam et Europam des- 
crib. Aug. Vindelic., Sig. Grimm, 1520. fol. 3. — 

First edition; rare. — Stamp on the title, worm- 
holes, and somewhat stained in the under margins. 

364 Mores, leges et ritus omniuni gentium. 

Ex Nicol. Damasceni historia excerpta quaedam; 
itidem ex Brasiliana J. Lerii historia. Fides et 
mores Aethiopum Dam. a Goes auctore, etc. [Lugd.] 
Apud J. lornaesium, 1620. vellum. 16mo. 3. — 

The part relating to America fills pp. 387—406. 

365 Omnium gentium mores, leges et ritus . . . 

Accessit lib. de Kcgionibus Septentrionalibus ex 
Jac. Zieglero. Antverj)., J. Steelsius, 1538. vallum. 
sm. 8vo. — Slightly stained by water. 4. — 

Rare edition. — The Suppleraeu* on the nations 
of the North, and on Greenland, by Ziegler, in his 
Sckcndia, is not in the Italian edition. — 

In the same vol. : Mich. Humelbergii Epitome 
grammat. Graecae. Basil 1532. 

366 The same. Gen., apud J. Tornaesium, 

1620. — B. 6. Feregrinus, De Turcarum moribus 
epitome. Gen., J. de Tournet, 1629. — 1 vol. vel- 
lum. 12mo. 3.50 

367 Costumi, le leggi et I'usanze di tutti le 

genti, trad, per il Fauno. Tre libri cout. TAfrica, 
I'Asia, I'Europa. Venetia, 1543. vellum, sm. 8vo. — 
Slightly stained by water. 6.50 

First edition in Italian. 

868 The same. Venetia, 1585. veUum. 12mo. 

This Italian translation contains a supplementary 
4th book by G. Giglio, on the costumes, manners 
etc. of the Indians of the New World. — This 
treatise is not in the former Latin and French 

869 Bolivar y Ponte, Simon, the Liberator of 
Colombia. — A. h. S. dat. yuartel-General Ue 


Angostura, Dec. 14, 1819. 3 pp. 40. — Copied in 
litbogr. — .75 

370 Bondt (N), De eer der regoering van Amster- 
dam verdedigd tegen den laster van het Engelsch 
Ministerie. . . in eene Contra- Memorie tegen de 
' Rechtsgeleerde Memorie'^ en hct ^Politick Verioog.'^ 
Amst. 1781. 8vo. 2.50 

( The honour of the Magistrate of Amsterdam 
defended against the calumny of the English Mi- 
nistry .. . in a counter- memorial against the 
"Juridical Memorial' and the //Political Deduction.") 

371 Bonn (A. C), Over de Mastodonte van den 
Ohio. (Ilaarl. 1809. Extr.) 8vo. 2 pi. 1.— 

{On the Mammouth of the Ohio.) 

372 Bontakoa (Wl. Ysbr.), Joumael ofte gedenck- 
waerd. beschryv. v. de O. Ind. reyse, begryp. 
vecl wonderl. en gevaerl. saecken hem weder- 
varen, v. Dec. 1618 tot Nov. 1625, Hoorn, 6y 
Is. Willemsz. voor J. J. Deutel, 1646. bda. 4to. 
(Tiele N». 168.) 9.— 

{Journal and memorable description of the East- 

Ind. voyage, comprising many wonderful and peri- 

lous, adventures, from Dec. 1618 tM Nov. 1625.) 

— Joumael v. de reyse by D. A. Raven, na 

Spitsbei'gen in 1639, waerin syn droevighe Schip- 

breucke, elleude op h. wrack en biyde. verlos- 

singhe. Uoorn, J. J. Deutel, 1647. 

{Journal of the voyage of D. A. Raven to Spitz- 
bergen, in 1639, containing his lamentable ship- 
wreck, his misery on the wieck and joyful delive- 

First edition of this memorable voyage, the most 
popular of all Indian voyages, for its great perils 
and its charrn of narration; it is republished in a 
great number of editions. With 8 engraved plates 
and portrait. The perilous voyage of Raven in 1639 
is nearly always subjoined to that of Bontekoe, but 
with separate title and paging (1 to 16;) only in a 
few editions of Bontekoe this narrative is omitted. 

373 Same edition. — Magnificent copy on 

Large Paper of text and plates. .ffxc^Miw/y 
rare. ' ■. 16. — 

374 The same. Hoorn. Deutel, 1646. With: 

Raven's voyage. — 1 vol. bds. 4to. 10. — 

Other edition of the same date, bat of 72 pages 
(the former has 76 pp.) The table of fi^. is in this 
edition at the end of Raven's voyage, in the former 
on p. 76, This edition is not mentioned by Tiele 
(pp. 215) — Very rare. 

375 The ssmie. B.norxi, J . J . Deuiel, 1648. (VIII) 

and 80 pp. IFUh portr. and 9 plates. 4tO. (Tiele 
N". 171. 6.— 

Augmented edition by the relations of four other 
expeditions 1646—46, and two engravings in the text. 

376 The same. Amst.. J. Hartgers, 1648. bdt. 

4to. (Tiele N". 173.) 4.— 

Reprint of the preceding edition with Kaven'i 
voyage, and a plate in 6 dirisiooi. 



377 Bontekoe (Wl. Ysbr.), The same. Utrecht, 
X. de Friet, 1649. bds. 4to. (Tide N". 176.) — 
Sare. 5. — 

This edition has 13 small plates in the text and 
is augmented with narratives of many uther similar 
adventures, mostly in the North. — The narrative 
of Bontekoe and Raven arc the same as before. 

378 The same. Amst., G. J. Saeghman, (1663.) — 

Raven's Voyage. (1663.) 4to. 5.— 

This edition differs in Bontekoe's and Raven's 
Voyage from that of Saeghman, described by Mr. 
Tiele at N". 185 p. 221. See f. i. the title. 

379 The same. Anist, Wed. Theunis Jaeohsz 

1664. 4to. 76 pp. With coarse woodcuts. 3.50 

This edition is not mentioned by Mr. Tiele. 

380 The same. Amst., Wed. v. Gysbert de Groot, 

1700. 4to. 2.— 

Popular edition, reprint of the preceding. 76 pp. 
with similar coarse woodcuts. Not mentioned by 

381 Ihe same. Amst., /. Brouwer, 1722. 4to. 

Popular edition, with similar, but still worser 
woodcuts; 76 pp. Not mentioned by Tiele. 

382 The same. Amst., /*. v. d. Putte (1640?) 

4to. (Tiele No. 195.) 2.— 

Popular edition. Reprint, with the woodcuts, of 
the edition of 1694 by G. Lootsinan, but with 
other portrait. 

383 The same. Amst,, J. Kannewet, 1756. 4to. 

In orig. wrapper. 2.50 

Popular edition, not mentioned by Tiele, p. 224. 
Reprint of the preceeding; 76 pp. with 7 different 

384 The same. Amst., Erven Wed. Jac. v. Eg- 

taont (1770?). 4to. (Tiele NO. 200.) 2.— 

Popular edition, 76 pp. with 7 woodcuts. 

385 The same. Amst., B. Koene, (1820?) 4to. 

Uncut. In orig. wrapper. (Tiele N". 202.) 1.50 

One of the last popular editions. 64 pp. with the 
7 old woodcuts. 

386 The same. Haarl,, J. J. Weeveringh^ (1861.) 

4to. (Tiele N«. 203.) 1.50 

92 pp. Fine popular edition, with 4 excellent new 
woodcuts by E. Vermorcken. — Edited by Mr. J. H. 
V. Lennep, in a series of popular writings. Out of 
print separately. 

387 Sordini (Fr.), QusesJtorum et responsorum 
chilias, ex quibus quae ad sphaerse, cosaiographise, 
geographiae . . . attinent conteiuplationeni, exac- 
tisslme et brevissime explicantur. Bononia , A. 
Benatius, 1573. stamped pigskin. 4to. — Fine copy. 

This curious and scarce work contains a quantity 
of articles on America, as: 468, 469, 470, 707, 
^NoTa Gallia), 708, 709, 710, 711, 712, etc. 

388 BCos] (L. V[an] DCen]), Leven endadender 

doorluchtighste zeehelden en ontdeckers van Lan- 

den deser eeuwen, beginnende met Clir. Colom- 

bus,,, en eyndigende met M, A, de Rnyter. 

Amst,, 1676. 2 vols, in 1. vellum, fine portraits and 

plates. 4to. 5. — 

{The lives and deeds of the illustrious naval 

heroes and discoverers of countries during thuse 

centuries, beginning with Columbus and finishing 

with M. A, de Ruyter.) 

Containing the portraits of Columbus, Piet Heyn, 
Heemskerk, Tromp, Loncq, de Ruyter, Wassenaer, etc. 

.389 [ ] The same, same edition, calf gilt, fine 

copy. Large paper. Rare. lo.— 

390 [ ] Leven en daaden der doorluchtigste zee- 
helden, beginnende met de tocht na Dainiaten in 
1217, en eindigende met M. A. rte Ruyter, ver- 
toonende alle de voornaamste zeedaden der Hol- 
landers en Zeelanders. Amsterd., 1683. kf. calf 
fine portraits and plates. 4to. 6. — 

{Lives and deeds of the illustrious naval heroes, 
beginning with the expedition to Bamiate in 1217, 
and finis/ling with de Ruyter, showing all the prin- 
cipal actions on sea of th'- Dutch) 

This work is a quite different book of N*'. 388. 
The work of 1676 contains biographies of illustrious 
navigators of all nations, — that of 1683 gives 
only those of Dutchmen, but in a more ample way, 
with addition of many lives not contained in the 
former edition, and accounts of all the principal 
Dutch naval achievements. All the plates of the 
1676 edition, relating to foreigners, are omitted, 
many others, by John Luyken, added. — The impor- 
tauce of this work for Amerika is considerable, 

391 [ ] Same edition, vellum. Beautiful copy on 

thick large paper, Fery rare. 12,50 

392 [ ] Leben u. tapfifere Thaten der beriihra- 

testen See-Helden u. Land Erflnder unserer Zei- 
ten, angefangen mit Chr. Colombo, fn Hoch-Teut- 
sche Sprache reinlich iibergebrat'ht von M. Kra- 
mer. Nebst AnhaBig von E. Francisci. Niirnb., 
1681. vellum, plates and portraits. 4". 6. — 

German translation of the Dutch work of 1676, 
with the same plates, and a supplement by Fran- 
cisci, (p. 1009 — 40), contain, the lives of F. and 
L. Almeyda, Albuquerque, Tristan and Nuuo Acuua. 
— The German edition is scarcer than the original 

393 Bosch (G. B.), Reizen in West-Indie en door 
een gedeelte van Zuid- en Noord- Amerika. Utrecht, 
1829—43. 3 vols. sd. 8vo. (fl. 10.95) 2.50 

{Voyages in the West-Indiet and through part 
of South- and North-America.) 

394 Bosch (J. v. d ), Nederlandsche bezittingen in 
Azie, Amerika en Afrika. 'silage, 1818. 2 vols. 
8vo. With Atlas of 12 maps in roy. [ol. Thick 
paper, uncut. — Rare in (his state. (36. — ) 10. — 

{The Butch possessions in Asia, America and 

Vol. II, pp. 173—252 treat of America. 




395 Bossu, Nonveaux voyages anx Indea Occlden- 
tales, contenant une relation dea peuplea qui habi- 
tant lea environs du fleuve Saint-Louis, ou Mis- 
sissippi. 2e edit. Paris, Le Jay, 17G8. 2 vols, calf, 
platet. 8vo. 3. — 

396 The same. Amst. Changuion, 1777. Engrav, 

froniisp. by de Saint Jubin. h\\- calf. 8". 3.75 

Sequel to his voyages published at Paris 1768. — 
The author came in 1750 at Louisiana and stayed 
there for 12 years. 

397 Nienwe reizen naar Noord-Amerika . . . 

beschrijving van de volken omtrend de rivier 
Saint-Louis of Mississippi, enz. Amst. 1769. 2 vols, 
in 1. id. uncui, platet. 8vo. 2.50 

Dutch translation of the N«. 395. 

398 Boston and its vicinity from actnal survey by 
J. G. Hales. Boston, 1819. — Map, 65 by 80 
centim., pasted on cloth and folded in-8vo. 1.50 

399 Botero (GiOV.), Relationi universali . . . cont. 
la descrittione dell' Europa, Asia e Africa; e i 
costumi, ricchezze, negotii, et indnstria di ciascuna 
natione. Et si tratta del continente del Mondo 
Nuevo. Et deir isole, et peninsole sino al pre- 
sente scouerte . . . delle superstitioni in che vive- 
ano gia le genti del Mondo Nuovo; e delle diflS- 
colti'i, e mezi, co'quali si e quivi introd. la reli- 
gione Christiana, cet. Venetia, 1600. 4 parts. 1 vol. 
4to. maps, vellum. 15. — 

With map of America, engraved on copper. 

400 Both wick (J. D.), Three years in California. 
Edinb. and Loud. Lond. 1857. 8 plates^ cloth. 8vo. 

(8.40) 2.— 

401 Botta (C), Storia della gnerra della indepen- 
denza degli Stati Uniti di America. Milano, 1820. 
3 vols. sd. map. 8vo. 2. — 

402 History of the War of Independence of 

the United States of America. Transl. from the 
Italian by G. A. Otis. 3d edit. New-Haven, 1834. 
2 vols, map and pi. sheep. 8vo. 3. — 

403 Boturini Benaducci (Lor.), Idea de una 
nueva historia general de la America Septentrio- 
nal. Madrid, 1746. Engraved froniisp. and portr. 
vellum. 4to. — Rare. Fine copy in original condition. 

At the end of the vol.: Catalogo de {m,) Museo 
kutorico Indiana. 4 and 96 pp. 

'The curious and learned author of his work ar- 
rived in Mexico in 1750; . . he made, during eight 
years he remained there, the most diligent researches 
into its antiquity . . . Clavigero. — The appendix 
to this work is of the highest bibliographical inte- 
rest. It contains a catalogue of a rich collection of 
books, MSS., and maps, relating to the ancient 
history of Mexico, which Boturini made during his 
travels in thj middle of the last century, and which, 
infortunately , is now lost." Sabin 6834. — »Ce 
livre est rare en Europe . . . Vendu avec le Catalogo 
del Museo fl 100. — Meerman; seul 43fr. et20fr. 
Raetzel." — Brunei. — Lord Rothesay's copy sold 
for £ 3. 3 »h. 


404 Boucher de la Richard erie (G.), Biblio- 
theque univ. dcs voyages ou notice conjpl. de tous 
les voyages anc. et mod. dans les differentes par- 
ties du monde. Paris, 1808. 6 vols, hf calf. 8vo. 


405 Boudyck Bastiaanse (J. H, v.). Voyage k 
la cote de Guinee, dans le golfe de Biafra, a I'ile 
de Femando-Po, I'lle de St. Helene, etc. La Haye, 
1853. sd. 8vo. (4.50) 1.50 

Chapt. X. treats of America. 

406 [Bougainville, L. de]. Voyage autour du 
monde, par la fregate La Boudeuse et la fliite 
VEtoUe, 1766—69. 2e edit. augm. Paris, 1772. 
3 vols, calf, maps and plates. 8vo. The first vol. 
stained by water. 3. — 

The 3d vol. has the title: Supplement au voyage 
de M. de Bougainville, ou journal d'un voyage fait 
par MM. Banks et Solander, 1768 — 71. Trad, de 
1' Anglais p. de Fr^ville. 

407 Reis rondoni de weereldt, gedaen in 1766— 

69. Dordrecht, 1772. hf. calf maps and plates. 
4to. 1.25 

Dutch translation of the preceding work. 

408 Bougainville hoisting French colours on a 
small rock in Maghellan-S traits, 1766. — Engrav. 
by Rcyce. fol. 1. 

409 Tiger killed in America by the Prince of 

Nassau-Siegen, when on his voyage round the 
world in the frigate La Boudeuse, Commanded 
by Bougainville. 1766. F. Casanova px., Mezzoteat 
by /. Jacobs. Very Ig. sq. fol. 5. — 

410 Bouguer, Reisen nach Peru, Acadien u. 
Aegypten, worin die Merkwurdigkeiten, nebst d. 
Sitten u. Gewohnheiten d. Einwohner beschrie- 
ben werden. Aus d. Franzos. iibers. Gott. 1751. 
maps and plates, sd. uncut. 8vo. 1.76 

411 Boulaye Le Gouz, Reyse en optekeningh, . . . 
der landen van Italien, Syrien, Byapour, d'Oost- 
Indiens der Portugijsen, Arabien, Polen etc. Uyt 
't Fransch vert. Amst., 1660. hf. calf. Fine copy, 
numerous engravings. 4 to. 4. 

{Voyages and memoirs of dij'ereni countries: 
Italy, &fria, Byapour. the Portuguese East-Indies, 
Arabia, Poland, etc.) 

412 Bourbon. — Propositions adressees an Ministre 
de la Marine pour I'introduction de cultivateurs 
libres a I'ile de Bourbon. 1842. 4to. 26 pp. Litho- 
graphic. 1. — 

413 Bourges (M. de), Naauwkeurig verhaal van 
de reis dea Bisschops van Beryte nit Frankryk 
naar China, door Syrien, Arabien, Pcrsjen, enz. 
Uit het Fransch vert, door J. H. Glazemaker. 
Amst., 1669. iVith engravings. 4t0. 2.50 

{Exact account of the voyage of the Bithop of 
Beryte from France to China, through Arabia, 
Portia etc.) 




414 Bourrough (Ed.), Een standaert opgerecht, 
ende een baniere voorgehouden tot alle natien... 
door dujjsenden van sijn volck, dewelcke in spot 
Quaeckers genaemt zijn. Uit het Eng. vert. Am- 
sterd., gedr. in 't jaer 1959. {sic, insttad of 1659.) 
4to. 2.— 

(^ standard erected and a banner held up to 
all nations ... by thousands of his "people, nick- 
named Quakers.) 

415 '■ The same, other edition. Amst., Chr. Cun- 

radus. 1669, 4to. Uncut. 2.— 

416 Bow (J. D. B. de), The Seventh Census of 
the United States, 1850, embracing a statist, view 
of each of the States and Territories, with the 
aggregate tables compared with every previous 
census from 1790. With appendix. Washingt. 1853. 
2 vols, cloth. 4to. 8.— 

Stout volume of 136 and 102.3 pp. 

417 Bowditch (N. I.), Suffolk surnames. 2d edition 
enlarged. Bostan, 1858. cloth. 8vo. 3.50 

A very interesting work, compiled from the "Re- 
gistry of Deeds" and the "Probate office" of Boston, 
from the first settlement down the year 1827, and 
containing names of the first colonists, etc. — Suf- 
folk County denotes Boston and its immediate vicinity. 

418 Bowdoin (Jam.), Philosophical Discourse, ad- 
dressed to the American Academy of Arts and 
Sciences, ... 8 Nov. 1780, after the inauguration 
of the President into Office. Boston. 1780. 8vo. 
Uneui. 4.50 

Original edition. 

419 Boyle (Bob.), Voyages et avantures. Avee la 
relation du voyage et du naufrage du Sr. Castel- 
man, ou i'ou voit une description de la Pensyl- 
vanie et de Philadelphie. Trad, de TAnglais. Am- 
Sterd., 1730. 2 vols, in 1. sd. uncut, plates. 8vo. 


420 Boxhornii (M. Z.), Apologia pro navigatio- 
nibus Hollandorum adversus P. Heuterura. Acced. 
Tractatus pacis et commercii Londini 1495 con- 
firmatus. No place (1650?) 12mo. 2. — 

On the old Butch voyages, especially to the 
North, during the 15th century. 

421 Brackenbridge (H. M.), Views of Louisiana, 
containing geograph., statistical and historical no- 
tices of that important portion of America. Bal- 
timore, 1817. calf. 8vo. 3.— 

422 Brainerd (Dav.), Historiesch verhaal van het 
leven en den doodt van den Eerw. Heer D. Brai- 
nerd, bedienaar des Evangeliums by de Indianen 
te Nieuw-Jersey. Getrokken uit zjjn eigen dag- 
register enz. door Jon. Edwards. Uit het Eng. 
Utrecht, 1756. wncut. 8vo. 516 pp. 3.50 

{Historical account of the lije and death of the 
Ig^gv. D. Brainerd, Minister of the Gospel among 
the Indians of New-Jersey. Taken from his own 
journal by J. Edwards.) 

Very mteresting. Abnost exclusively taken from 
thQ diti'^y ^^ ^^^ celebrated Missionary. 

423 Brakel (W. a). Brief aan de Heer N. N. . . 
Koopman in Nieuw-Nederlandt, behels. een op- 
weckinge en bestieringe tot en in de Bekeeringe, 
Heyligraakinge, etc. 5e druk. Kotterd., 1705. vel- 
lum. 4to. 10. — 

{Letter to Mr. N. N., merchant in New Nether^ 
land, contain, an exhortation to conversion, etc.) 

This copy has the autograph signature, 
in full: W. a Brakel, of the author at the end. 
Most copies bear only the initials W. a B. 

424 The same. 9c druk. Devon ter, 1724. 4to. 

Nearly uncut. 5. — 

425 The same. lOe druk. Gron. 1730. hf. ef. 

8vo. 4.— 

426 The same. Amsterd., 1835. 8vo. —.80 

427 The same. lOde uitgave. Sneek (1855.) 



428 Trouwhertige waerschouwinge . . . voor 

de Labadisten, ende haere dwalingen, etc. Leeu- 
warden, 1683. sd. 8vo. 3.50 

{True-hearted exhortation ... against the Laba- 
dists, and their errors.) — The Labadists, perse- 
cuted in Europe, went to America. 

429 Brandes (K.), Sir John Franklin, die Unter- 
suchungeu fiir seine Rettung, u. d. Nordwestliche 
Durchlahrt. Berlin, 1851. map. sd. 8vo. (3.40) 1.40 

430 Brandt (G.), La vie et les actions memorables 
de M. de Ruyter. Trad, du Holland. Amst., 1698. 
fTith fine portr. and plates by Stoopendaal. vellum. 
fol. 9.— 

This eminent biography of the celebrated Admiral 
includes a detailed account of his expedition to Gui- 
nea and New-Netherland, which he recaptured on 
the English. 

431 Leben und Thaten des See-Helden Mich. 

de Ruyter. Aus d. Niederland. libersetzt. Amst., 
1687. W^ith portr. and plates by Stoopendaal. hf. 
bound, fol. 6. — 

432 — Historic der vermaarde zee- en koopstadt 
Enkhuizen. Enkhuiz., vellum. 4to. 3. — 

{History of the renowned sea- and trading-placce 

Contains a nomenclature of the Governors etc. of 
the West- India Comp. and a list showing what sum 
each place in Holland had contributed to its capital. 

433 Historic der Reformatio en andere kerke- 

lyke geschiedenissen. Amsterd., 1671 — 1704. 4 vols. 
vellum. line copy. 4to. 10. — 

{History of the B.eformation and of the other 
church affairs.) 

This is the standard-work and very ample collec- 
tion of documents for the history of the Protestant 
religious movements from 1610 to 19 in Holland, 
which had such immense influence on the develop- 
ment of the West-India Comp. and of New-Nether- 
land. The author makes also mention of the .Croicw- 
ists. See on this at large: Asher's Etsay, pp. 31 
and foil. 

FllIlliiRIK MULL££ & C°., 



434 Brandt in Brasilien. Gedr. in 't laer 1648. 4to. 
Uncut. (Ashcr No. 235.) 4.— 

{ConAagrat'wn in Brazil.) 

435 Brasilsoho Breede-bijl, ofte t'satnenspraek 
over (lea verloop in Brasil. 1647. 4to. (Asher 
No. 5>30.) 10.~ 

{TAe Brazilian Broad- Jare (Port of the Reciflfe) 
or dialogue on the loss of Brazil.) 

This rare pamphlet coutaiDs curious details of the 
management or rather mismanagement of the West- 
India-Company, especially with relalion to Brazil. 

See the extensive note on the Breeden-Raedt in 
Ashcr "s Essay (p. 182—200.) 

436 Brasilsche Gelt-Sack, waerin dat deeriyk 
vertoont wordt, waer dat de Participianten van 
de West-Ind. Coinpagnie haer gelt ghebleven is. 
Gedr. in Brasilien Op 't Rcciff. 1647. 4to. (Asher 

No. 231.) 15.— 

{The Brazilian Money-bag, in which is clearly 
shown what has become of the money of the share- 
holders of the W, Ind. Comp. Printed in Brazil 
at the Reciffe.) 

Printed in Holland. The pamphlet is full of inte- 
rest aiid contains many curious details about the 
administration of the West-India-CJompany, explaining 
a part of those difSculties which weighed so heavily 
on the other colonies of the Company, chiefly on 

437 Braun et Hogeuberg, Civitates orbis Ter- 
rarum. Antverp. 1572. Tom. I — 111. 3 vol. vellum. 
Original binding, fol. 35. — 

Superb copy, with plain, un coloured plates, in 
good impressions, and with Latin text. 

438 Theatre des Cites du Monde. Brnx. 1574— 

1618. 6 vols, vellum, fol. 70.— 

The same work, French text, with coloured plates. 
Highly interesting work for the nnracrons plans and 
views of nearly all the cities in the world; each 
plan and view is illustrated with figures in the dress 
of the 16th century. With the plan of Mexico, Cusco, 
and a prospect of Sevilla, on which are marked the 
dwelling place and garden of Columbus. 

The edition in French is rare. — Vol. V of this 
copy is in Latin, bound in old calf. 

439 [Brauw (J. de)]. Herinnerlrgen eener reize 
naar Nieuw-York, gedaan in 1831 — 32. Leid., 
1833. 8vo. 1.— 

{Memoirs of a voyage to New-Tork, made in 

440 Brazil. - Beschrijvinghe van de Landen 
van Brasilien ende het veroveren van Bahia de 
todos los Santos. t'Amsterdam, voor de }fed. v. 
C. Lad. van der Plasse, 1644. vellum, sm. 8vo. Fint 
copy. 30.— 

{Description of the lands of Brazil and the con- 
quest of Bahia de todos los Santos.) 

8 nnnnmb. leaves. — Of the Utmost rarity, 
not mentioned by Asher, Sabin nor by any other 
Bibliographer. The only copy I ever saw. 


441 Brazil. - Kroniek van het Historisch Ge- 

nootschap te Utrecht. XXlXe Jaargang, 1873. 

Utrecht, 1874. sd. 8vo. 8.50 

{Proceedings of the Historical Society at Utrecht. 

29th year 1873.) 

Contains : Classicale Acta van Brazilie. — Acta 
of the directors of the Dutch Reformed Church in 
Brazil, 1636—44, published from the Records of 
the church in the Province of Utrecht, by Dr. J. A. 

442 Map of Baya de Todos los Sanctos. sm.. 

sq. fol. 35 by 27. — From: de Laet, Novui Orbit 
1633. 1.50 

443 Map of All-Saints Bay. with plan of St. 

Salvador. (Amst, /*. Tirion. 1765.) Colour. sq.M. 
41 by 35. 1.— 

444 Map of Brazil. Amst., J. Janssonius. (1669). 

sq. fol. 49 by 38. — From: Jansson's Mlas. 1639. 

With separate maps of All-Saints-Bay and of 
Olinda de Pernambuco. 

445 Map of Brazil, by J. Blaeu, with dedi- 
cation to C. ab Artischau Arciszewski. Amst. 
J. Blaeu (1645). sq. fol. 49 by 35'. — From: 
Blaeu's Theatre. 1845. 2.— 

446 Brasiliae littora. Amst., F. de Wit (about 

1675). Chart, fol. 57 by 48. — Coloured. — From de 
Wit's Maritime Atlas. 2. — 

447 Map of Brazil, by J. Blaeu. Amst., A. Wolf- 

gangk. (1680). sq. fol. 58 by 50. — Coloured. ■— 
From: Wolfgang's Atlas. 1680. 2.—. 

448 Large map by F. Post. Amst., Jllard. 1689 

9 sheets, fol. 52 by 27. — Only one sheet, on 
which the figure of a sugar-mill and other scenes 
of Brazil-life. — F'ery rare. 2. — 

This map is a later and much altered edition of 
the 9 plates in the work of Barlaeos. Amst. 1647. 
(See NO. 228.) 

449 — ^ Carte du Bresil-Hollandais au commen- 
cement du I7e si^cle, p. P. M. ^etscher.haH&ye. 
1848. Small sq. fol. —.75 

451 Views on Rio- Janeiro, engrav. by Vinkelet^ 

(1775) and lith. Backer. 2 pc. sq. 4». 1.— 

452 Panoramic view of Rio- Janeiro. Very fine 

engr., printed in colours, Paris, Rittner et GoupU. 
(1835?) 1 plate in 2 sheets. Ig. sq. fol. Together 
100 by 20 centim. 4.— 

453 View of Fernambuco, from Schenk. sq. 4». 


454 Panorama, taken from the Rua do Amo- 

rim. Fine aqua-tint by Salathe. Rio Janeiro, Stein' 
mann. Very Ig. sq. fol. 100 by 26 centim. 2.25 

455 Views on St. Salvador, old engravings 

from Schenk and from Moore's Travel*. 2 pc. sq. 
fol. and 4". 1.50 

456 „Foret vierge du Breall." Fine engraving 

by Fortier after Count Clarac. (1820?) Very large 
sq. fol. 75 by 54 centim. 2.50 



457 Brazil. — A Landscape in Brazil. Charming 
picture : a large hacienda (farm) ; on the foreground 
the landholder, and his wife, a negro and other 
figures; to the left a palmtree; in the distance 
a cultivated country. Painted in oil and signed 
by the celebrated Dutch Painter P. Post, (about 
1040). — On pannel, 25 by 15^ centim. — Ex- 
ceedingly well preserved. 140. — 

458 Similar Landscape, in the same style 

somewhat larger. On the foreground some negroes 
with their children; on the second plan a farm 
with the landlord and his wife, palmtrees, etc.; 
in the distance a river and several houses in a 
cultivated country. By the same artist, but not 
signed. Oilpainting on pannel, 27 by 20 cen- 
tim. — In the same good condition as the former. 

The Dutch painter P. Post accompanied Count 
John Maurice of Nassau, Governor of Brazil from 
1636 — 1644, to that country, where he made many 
sketches, some of which (53), he afterwards engra- 
ved to illustrate the now rare work : Barlaeus, 
Rerum per Octoennium in BrazUia gestarum tub 
praefectura J. Mauritii Nats, kistoria. Amst, 1647. 
fol. See NO. 238. 

Old-paintings by this artist very rarely occur. - 
The above described are undoubtedly made on thb 


459 Dress and habits of the natives : the Ta- 

poys and other tribes. 9 old engrav. sq. 4'. All 
mounted. — From Montanus' America and Moore's 
Voyages. 2. — 

460 Bree, F. van, Dutch Navigator. A. L. S. (in 
Dutch) to C. Huygens, from the Islands Mauri- 
tius, Jan. 4, 1606. 1 full p. fol. — Interesting and 
rare autograph. 4. — 

Tidings of the squadroon of Matelief de Jonge, 
on which van Bree was embarked. 

461 [Breugel (G. P. C v.)] Dagverhaal van eene 
reis naar Paramaribo en Suriname. Amst. 1842. 
8vo. (1.20) —.75 

{Journal of a voyage to Paramaribo and Surinam.) 

462 BreedenrRaedt aende Vereenichde Neder- 
landsclie Provintien. Gomaekt ende gestelt uyt 
diverse ware en waerachtige raemorien door I. A. 
0. W. C. Tot Antwerpen, Fr. van Buynen, 1649. 
4to. 45 pp. (Asher No. .334.) 175 — 

{Homely Advice to the United Butch Provinces, 
made up from divers and faithful documents.) 

This excessively rare pamphlet is, no doubt, the 
most important document existing on New-Nether- 
land; its importance was discovered by Mr. Asher 
in ransacking in 1849 my 20 a 26000 pamphlets. 
See on it at large Asker's Essay pp. 183 — 200. 
It was entirely translated by Mr. H. C. Murphy 
and printed at the expense of Mr. J. Lenox, but 
not put into commerce. 

463 — - Extracts from a work called: „Breeden 
Raedt aencle Vereen. Nederl. Provintien," printed 

in Antwerp 1649. Translated by Mr. C.(owan) 

Amst. 1850. 14 pp. 8vo. 2.~ 

These extracts of the most important passages from 

the extremely scarce original were translated by 

Mr. F. W. Cowan, English teacher at Amsterdam, 

and only printed and sold in a limited number. 

464 Breitkopf, J. G. J., Ueber den Druck d. 
geographischen Charten. Nebst Probe einer Land- 
charte durch d. Buchdmckerkunst. Leipz. 1777. 
40. 1.50 

465 Breton (J. de) Noticia histor. da vida e daa 
obras de Jose Haydn, Doctor em Musica. Traduz, 
(com appendice do traductor.) Rio de Janeiro. 
1820. 8vo. 1.50 

466 Brief van NN. aan zijnen vriend A. te Am- 
sterdam betr. de verbetering van den West-lnd. 
handel. Amst. 1765. 8vo. —.75 

{Letter by Mr. N. N. to a friend at Amsterdam 
on the amendment of the IF. I. Traffic.) 

467 Brief van het Algemeen Synode der Hollandsche 
Gereform. Kerk van de Ver. Staaten v. N. Ame- 
rika, aan de Leden . . . der Gereform. Kerk in 
Frankrijk. Uit h. Fransch, met aanteek. Amst., 
1830. 40 pp. 8vo. 1.— 

{Letter from the General Synod of the Ref. 
Butch Church in N. Amer., to the members of the 
Ref. Church in France.) 

On the unity of the Reformed Doctrine. 

468 Brief van een zeker Heer aan W. Pen, eyge- 
naar en gouverneur van Pennsylvania, beneflfens 
zijn antwoord daarop. Uit het Eng. Amst., 1689. 
4to. — Rare. 18.— 

{Letter of a certain gentleman to fF. Penn, ow- 
ner and governor of Pennsylvania with his reply.) 

469 Brief Statement of opinions, given in the 
Board of Commissioners, under the 6th article of 
the Treaty of Amity with greath Britain. With 
an Appendix. Philadelphia, 1800. sd. uncut. 8vo. 
Sabin N». 7904. 3.50 

470 Brieven geschreven door gedeporteerde gees- 
telyken uit de Fransche Guyana aan hunne fami- 
lien in Belgenland. Loven, 1799. 8vo. 1.50 

{Letters written by banished priests from French 
Guiana to their families in Belgium.) 

472 Bring (S.) De piscaturis in Oceano Boreali. 
Lond. Goth. 1750. 4to. 1.— 

473 Brissot, (Warville J. P.) Nouveau voyage 
dans les Etats-Unis de I'Amerique. Paris, 1791. 
Vol. I. 2. sd. uncut. 8vo. 1.50 

The 3d (last) volume treats exclusively of the com- 
mercial relations between the U. States and France. 

474 Nieuwe reize in de Vereen. Staten van 

Noord-Amerika. Vert, en met bijvoegselen vor- 
meerd. Amst. (1792.) 3 vols. sd. uncut. 8vo. 1.50 

Dutch translation of the preceding work, with 

475 Nya Resa genom Nord-Americanska Fri- 

Statema ar 1788. Fran Franaka Origin, saramen. 

Pkedeeik MuLijga & G"^, 


dragen, och med Anmarkn. af J. R. Forfcter. Stock- 
holm, 1799. hf. calf. 8vo. 2.50 
Swedish translation , with annotations. — Nut 
mentioned in Sabin's Bibliography. 

476 Brodhead (J. Romeyn) History of the State 
of New- York. New-York, 1853—71. Vol. 1. 2. 
tloth^i map of Neta-Netherland. Svo. 15. — 

477 7 Nos. of the Jmsierdamsehe Courant. 1865, 

containing articles on the early history of New- 
Netherland till its conquest by the English. Ta- 
ken trom a discourse held by J. R. Broadhead 
af New-York. fol. 1.50 

478 Broeck (Matth. v. d.) Joumael, ofte histo- 
toriaelse beschryvinge van 't geen hy selfs ghesien 
ende waerachtigh gebeurt is, wegen de revolte 
van de Portugese in Brasiel. Amst., 1651. 4to. 
(Asher No. 272.) 12.50 

{Journal of M. v. d. Broeck of what he has 
teen himself concern, the revolt of the Portuguese 
iu Brazil.) 

"Opuscule contenant des particularitea tres-inte- 
ressantes, et inconnu k la plupart des bibliographes 
et des historians, qui out traite de Thistoire du Bre- 
sil. Ce qui lui donne une grande valenr, c'est la 
Tue de Peruambuco qui s'y trouve jointe et qui est 
faite specialement pour cet outrage." — Tromel, 
No. 265. 

With map of Brazil, 2 engravings and the large 
and rare view Pernambuco, — in all 3 plates. 

The 4th plate properly belongs to » C. Claeiz, Oost- 
lad. Eeyt-beschrijvinge". 

479 The same, with plates, and bound up with : 

Journael otte Oost-lndischeReys-beschrljvinghe, 
ghedaen door Com. Claesz van Purmerendt, ver- 
halcnde veel vreemdigheden van Mosambiecke en 
Goa. 4o. Idid. 1651. 15.— 

{Journal or Fast-India Voyage by C. Claesz of 
Purmerendt, contain, many curiosities of Mosam- 
bique and Goa.) 

Complete with all the plates, the fourth being in- 
serted (in its right place) at p. 31 of the 2d work. 

480 Lykstati... van Matth. van den Brouke, 

Burgemieester ... Dordrecht, 1G85. 4to. 1.50 

{Funeral procession at the death of M. v. d. 

The same person who wrote the foregoing work, 
and afterwards Burgomaster. 

481 Broeck e (Pt. v. den) Korte Historiael ende 
Joumaelsi'he aenteycken. van de langhduerighe 
Keysen nae Cabo Verde, Angola, en insonder- 
heydt na Oost-lndien; beneflf. de beschryv. en af- 
beeld. v. verscheyden Steden v. Indien. Amst, 
/. Hartgers, 1648. bds. 4to. With one plate in 6 
divisions. (Tiele N". 211.) 3.50 

{Short historical journal of the long voyages to 
Cabo Verde, Angola, and especially East- India. 
With the description and representation of various 
towns of India, etc.) 

First edition of thia highly interesting joomal by 
the navigator himself. 


482 Broecke (Pt. v. den). The same. — Amst., 
O.J.Saeghman,{\&&^.)hf. vellum. 4to. Very fine 
copy. (Tiele No. 212.) 4.50 

With the fine portrait by J. Matham, but in bad 
impression, and 23 pi. (18 woodcuts and 5 pi., the 
5 last from Hartgers' ed.) Abridged reprint of the 

483 Korte Historiael en Journaelse aanteeke- 

ninge, enz. Leeuw., 1717. bds. uncut. Svo. Very 
rare. 6. — 

Popular reprint of the former edition, 188 pp., 
without plates. — 1 have never seen nor heard of 
this edition before. Not mentioned by Tiele. 

484 Broes (W.) De kerk en de staat in weder- 
Eijdsche betrekking, bijzonder in de Nederlanden 
en in Noord-Amerika. Arasterd, 1832. 2 vols. sd. 
uncut. Svo. (4.80) 1.75 

{Church and State in their mutual relation, es- 
pecially in the Netherlands and in North America.) 

485 Bromwell (W. J.) History of Immigration to 
the United States from 1819—55. New-York, 
1856. cloth. Svo. 1.50 

486 Brooks, John, served in the Revol. War, 
Governor of Massachus. 1816 — 23. — A. L. S. 
to General Eben. Mattoon, dat. Medford, Dee. 30 
(no year). 1 p. 8». 1.50 

487 Brooks (J. Tyrwhitt), Four months among 
the gold-finders. — E. Bryant, What 1 saw in 
California, description of its soil, climate, product, 
and gold-mines. Paris, 1849. maj). large Svo. 1, — 

48S The same. Dutch translation of the first 

work. Amst., 1849. sd., map. Svo. (1.80) —.60 

489 [Brosses (de)] Histoire des navigations aux 
Terres Australes, depuis 1501, contenant ce que 
Ton s§ait des moeurs et des productions des con- 
trees decouvertes etc. Paris, 1756. 2 vols, cal/, 
maps. 4to. b.bO 

Cont. the voyages of Am. Vespaccias, Magellanes, 
Fr. Drake, Cavendish, J. le Maire, G. Schouten, 
Tasman, Roggewin (Roggevein) etc. 

490 Volistandige Geschichte der Schiftfarthen 

naoh den unbekannten Siidlandem. Uebersetzt u. 
m. Zusatzen von J. Chr. Adelung. Halle, 1767. 
2 vols, in 1, calf, map. 4to. 4. — 

491 Brouckner, Nouvel Atlas du Globe Terrestre. 
La Haye, 1759. ids., 13 maps. fol. 1.50 

492 Broughton (W. R.) Voyages de decouvertes 
dans la partie septentrionale de I'Ocean Pacifique, 
1795-98. Trad, par J. B. B. E(yries.) Paris, 1807. 
2 vols, map and plates, hf. calf. Svo. 1.50 

493 Brouwer (H.) Joumael ende Historis verhael 
van de Reyse gedaen by Oosten de Street Le Mairo, 
naer de custen van CAili, in 1643, vervatende der 
Chilesen manieren, etc. Met eene beschryvinghe 
van het Eylandt Eso by Japan. Amsterd., Broet 
Jansz., 1646. plates and map. 4to. (Tiele No. 204.) 
Rare. 20.— 

{Journal and kiator. account of the voyage made 
through the Strait Le Maire to the coasts of Chili 



in 1643, describing ihe customs of the Chilians 
etc. With a description of the Island Eso near 

Very interesting journal, only once reprinted about 
1660. The descriptiou of Eso near Japan, written 
by Mrt. Gerr. Vries, is of the highest interest. 

494 Brown, Jacob, of Brownville. — A. L. S. to 
Isaiah Townsend of Albany, dat. Brownville, 
April 23, 1812. 2 pp. fol. 2.— 

Brown is scandaKzed by- and asks for explanation 
of a rumour spread by Townsend, Spencer, a. o., 
that "He was to receive something very conside- 
rable jor his exertions in javor of the Bank of 

495 Brown, James, Senator 1812-17,1819—24, 
Minister to France 1824—29. — A.L.S. to Mr. le 
Comte de Forbin, dat. Paris, Sept. 13, 1827. 
1 p. 40. 1.50 

496 Brown (Rob.) Der Engelsche Held n. Hitter 
F. Dracke in einer aiisfiihrlichen Beschreibung 
von dessen Leben, Thaten u. See-Reisen. Aus dem 
Engl. Mit Anbang: Von dem erstaunensvrurd. 
Schiflfbruch des Ost-Ind. Jagd-Schiffes, der Schel- 
ling geuannt. Leipzig, (1740?) calf neat, portr. of 
Brake. 8vo. 4.— 

As no work on Drake by R. Brown is known, 
Sabin thinks, this is a translation of R. Barton's 
"English Hero, or Sir Fr. Drake." The appendix 
is a translation of the Dutch work: Vervarelijke 
Schip-breuk van ... ter Schelling. Amst., 1675, 
mostly appended to the reprint of Struys' Voyage 
to Russia etc., in 1718. 

497 Brownists. — Belijdenisse des Geloofs, ofte 
verantwoordinghe van soodanighe Christenen, wel- 
cken doorgaans (doch t' onrecht) Brouwnisten ge- 
noerat worden. Tegens d' aantijgingen . . . van 
d' opperhoofden en leeraren in de Hooge School 
van Oxfort . . . Arasterd., gedruckt by Gabr. Hen- 
dricksz. voor F. P. en zijn te koop by Joh. Bruy- 
ningh, 1670. vellum. 8vo. Excessively eare. 18. — 

{Confession of faith, or Apology of the Chris- 
tians called (but injustlg) Brownists, against the 
imputations of the University of Oxford.) 

In a.VL Advertisement the reader is informed that 
here the Confession of Mr. Ainsworth is reprinted: 
then follows the Apology against the University of 
Oxford (p. 1 — 7) and the Confession in Dutch, 
conform to the Latin edition of Amsterd. 1598. 

498 Bruce (P. H) Memoirs, containing an account 
of his travels in Germany, Russia, Tartary, Tur- 
key, the West-Indies, etc. (1710-45). London. 
1782. hf. calf. 4to. 3.— 

499 Bmmmelkamp (A.) Stemmen uit Noord- 
Amerika. Amst. 1847. 8vo. 1. — 

{Voices from North -America.) 

500 Brutel de la Riviere (P. M) Togtvanhet 
Engelsche barkschip Pagoda, naar de Zuidpool. 
{Exir. 1850.) 8vo. 1.— 

{Voyage of the Engl, bark Pagoda, to the South- 

501 Bry (de), Grands Voyages. German Text. 
Sammlung von Reisen nach dem Occidentali- 
schen Indien. Herausgeben von J. u. Th. de 
Bry. Franckfurt. Vol, I -IX and Xll. — 14 
vols, maps and plates, half morocco violet, top gilt. 
fol. 375.— 

Very fine oopt from the Sobolewski Li- 
brary, composed of the following editions. 
Vol. I. 1620. Third edition, according to the col- 
lations of Brunet. 
Vol. II. 1603. Second edition, according to Brunet, 
Vol. Ill, 1593. Second edition. With the plate Adam 
and Eva, according to the description of Brnnet, 
Vol, IV. 1594. First edition, according to Bnmet. 
Vol. IV. 1613. Second edition. The title of the edi- 
tion in Latin, with date of 1594, and the map: 
"Nova Hispania etc. 1595." Besides as in Brunet. 
Vol. V. 1595. P'irst edition. The map of New Spain 
is bound in the foregoing volume (2d edit, of vol. 
IV), besides as in Brnnet. 
Vol. V. 1613. Second edition. Title in Latin, with 
date of 1595. The plates 9, 10. 17, 18 are of 
the first edition; plates 16 and 19 wanting. 
Vol. VI. 1597. First edition. According to Brunet. 
Vol. VI. 1619. Second edition. The map of America 

wanting; besides as in Brunet. 
Vol. VII. 1617. Third edition. The title of the plates 

with date of 1624. 
Vol. VIII. 1624. Second edition. With preface only 

to W. Raleigh ; besides according Brunet. 
Vol. IX. 1601, First edition. Title without date, 
with the '/Historische Relation" dated 1601, and 
"Additamentum" dated 1602. According to the 
description of Brunet. Bound in 2 vols. 
Vol. XII. 1623. Ouly edition. The map "America 
s. novus orbis" and the plan of Cusco wanting; 
else according to Brunet. 

All the volumes very clean and with large mar- 
gins, uniformly bound. 

502 Bry (de) Grand Voyages. German Text. 
Part I. Franckfurt, 1590, fol. First edition, raris- 

sime. 14. — 

Warhafftige Contrafacturen nnd Gebrauch der Inn- 

wohner derjenigen Landschaft in Americe, welche 

Virginia ist genennet . . . 

Printed title, preface, map, plate 2—8, 16, 20 — 

23; of the "Pictens" the explanations, and plate 

4 and 5 ; Register and impressum, 3 leaves. — The 

5 first leaves mounted or mended. 

503 Grand Voyages: Latin Text. Franco- 

furti. 1590—1605. Part 1 — 7 in 2 vols, vellum, fol. 


I. Admiranda narratio fida tamen de commodis et 

incolarum ritibus Virginiae. , . ab Anglis inven- 

tae. . , Francof. 1590. 27 plates and map of 


1st and 2d edition. — Mixed copy. The first line 
of the dedication ending with : Ma. — The verso 
of the Index praecipuarum rerum blank. The last 
leaf blank. — Plate 3, 6, 10, 11, 12 from the 
2d ed. 

Frederik Muller & C°., 

t)E BRY. 


II. Brevis nari'atio eoram que in Florida, Americae 
provincia, Gallis accideruut. . . 1591. Map and 
42 plates. 

1st and 2d edition. — The plates of the first edi- 
tion. The text has partly the particularities of the 
first, partly of the 2d edition, according to Bru- 
net's collation. 

III. Americae tertia pars, memorabilem provinciae 
Brasiliae historiam contiuens gennanico serinone 
scriptam a Joa. Stadio. 1605. 

2d edition. 

IV. Americae pars qiiarta, sive. . . historia de re- 
perta primum Occidentali India a Christ. Colombo... 
scripts ab Hier. Benzono. 1594i. 24 plates. 
First edition, but the verso of page 145 blank. 

V. Americae pars quinta. . . Hier. Benzoui secundae 
sectionis Hia [Historia] ... 1595. Map and 
22 plates. 

1st edition. The word Hia (abbreviation for Historia) 
aJded betweeu the fourth and fifth line. 

VI. America pars sexta, sive historiae ab Hier. Ben- 
zono scripta sectio tertia, 1596. 28 plates. 

1 st and 2d edition. The text of the first, the plates 
of the 2d edition. 3 plates mounted. 

VII. Americae pars VII... descriptio pi-aecipuarum 
quarundam Indiae regionum et insularum . . . ab 
Ulr. Fabro invent ... 1599. 

Ist edition. The 3 plates belonging to this part are 
always in the 8th part. 
Good and very tall copy, even with temoins, measu- 
ring 34, 8 mill, by 25, but wanting: I. Plate of 
Adam and Eve, plate 4, Pictonum plate 1 — 3, 5. — 

III. Title, dedication and privilege (3 leaves), 
map, pp. 41—46, 65, 66, 71,7j5, 135, 36, — 

IV. Frontispice before the plates, pi. 3, 23, 24. — 

V. Map, pi. 10, 20, 21. — VI. Begins at page 
7, wanting map of America, pp. 9 — 10, plan of 
Cusco, pi. 8, 26. — VII. Title. 

504 Bry(de)Grands Voyages, Latin Text, Part HI. 
Historiae Antipodum, sive JSiovi Orbis, vulgo Ame- 
ricae, et Indiae Occident, nomine, pars Ilia, com- 
plect. . . . Terrae Brasiliae . . . histor. . . . repur- 
gata et in ord. red. stud. J. L. Gottofridi. Fran- 
cof., M. Merian^ 1620. plates, fol. 20.— 

Contains the voyages of J. Staden and J. Lerius 
to Brazil. — Third edition conform to Brunet. 
No engraving on pag. 86. 

505 Brevis narratio eorum quae in Florida, 

Americae provincia, Gallis acciderunt, secanda in 
illam navigatione, dace K. de Landonnierc. Auctore 
J. Le Moyne, cui cognomen est de Morgues. 
Francof. a. M. 1591. fol. 12.— 

2d part of the Grands Voyages. First edition 
(only pi. 18 of the 2d edit.) — Wanting pi. 15, 
19—21, 31—34, and text: privilege 1 leaf, Men- 
dae qnaedam, 1 leaf. The map damaged. 

506 Petits Voyages: Latin Lext. Franco- 

furti, 1598- 1607. Part 1—8 in 1 volume, vellum. 

fol. — First edition. 100.— 

In the first three parts some leaves and plates stai- 


ned or torn, the remaining parts in very good 
coudition. All with good margins. — By a colla- 
tion with Brunet the followiug differences have 
been remarked: 

I. Regnum Congo, hoc est vera descriptio regni 
Africani. Francof. 1598. 14 plates. — Agrees with 

Bruaet's indications. 

II. Pars Indiae Orientalis. In qua Joh. Hug. Lin- 
schotani Navigatio in Orientem. Francof. 1B99. 
38 plates and 4 maps. 

The leaf containing Linschoten's preface damaged. 
Plate 4 wanting, plate 37 damaged. — The 4 
maps at pp. 18, 48, 72, 96 bound up with those 
of the 3d part; two of them (those of Goa and 
Java) damaged. — At the end of the text no 
blank leaf, but 2 unnumb. leaves of index for this 
edition. ISrunet mentions them only for the se- 
cond edition. 

III. Tertia Pars Indiae Orientalis qua continentur: 
1". Secunda pars navigationnm J. Hug. Linscho- 
ten. 2". Navigatio HoUandorum in insulas Orien- 
tales, Javam et Sumatram. S". Tres navigationes 
HoUandorum per Glacialem Oceanum. Francof. 
1601. 58 plates et 5 maps. 

2 Plates (Angra and Goa) and 2 maps. {Delineatio 
irium navigationum and Rydcgraph. chart) much 
damaged. — Without the map of Nova Zembia 
on the verso of pi. 58. 

IV. Pars Quarta Indiae Orientalis, qua primnm varii 
generis animalia describuntur; secando novissima 
HoUandorum in Indiam Orientalem navigatio. 
Francof. 1601. 21 plates, fol. 

Page 27 — 28 slightly damaged. 

V. Quinta Pars Indiae Orientalis: qua continetur 
descriptio navigationis quam Hollandi cum octonis 
uavibus in Terras Orientales susceperunt. Francof. 
1601. 20 plates. 

VI. Indiae Orientalis Pars VI. Veram ethistoricam 
descriptionem auriferi regni Guineae, ad Africam 
pertinentis, continens. Francof. 1604. 26 plates. 

Plate > 2 and 3, as usually, with the misplaced ex- 

VII. Indiae Oriciitalis Pars Septima; navigationes 
du33, priraam a Georgio Spilbergio in Indiam, 
alteram k Casper Balby, Gemmaro Veneto, anno 
1579 Babyloniam versus. . ad regnum Pegu usque 
contiuuatam, contiuens. Francof. 1606. 22 plates. 

The dedication with the coats of arms of J. Adam, 
surmounted by those of J. Swichard. 

VIII. Indiae Orientalis Pars Octava: navigationes 
quinque, primam i Jac. Neccio, secundam a Joh. 
Herm. de Bree, tertiam ^ Com. Nicolai, quartam 
& Corn, de Vena, quintam sub Steph. de Hagen 
in Indiam Orient, susceptae contiuens. Francof. 
1607. 18 plates. 

The right part of pi. 18 wanting. 

507 Bry (de) Petits Voyages. Latin Text. Ft. 3. 
Icones sive . . . delineatioues quarundam mapparum, 
locorum maritimorura, insularum, urbium et popu- 
lomm ... c. descript, omnia in Indict naviga* 
tione versua Orientem suscepta ... incisa per 



Jo. Th. et Jo. Isr. de Bry. Francoftirti, 1601. Title, 

58 'plates and Table of distances, bds. f'ol. 17.50 

Separate editida of the plates from the Pelits 

Voyages in Latin, Sd Part, belonging to the second 

voyage of Linschoten, the voyages of the Dutch to 

East-India, and to the North. — Without the map 

of Nova Zembla on the verso of pi. 58. 

508 Bry (de) Petits Voyages: German Text. Part 

v.: Fiintfter Theil dor Orientalischen (ndien, ey- 

gentlicher Bericht der Reise, so die Hollander mit 

8 Schififen in die Oriental, [ndien gethan. Ausa 

Niederland. Verzeichnuss in hoehteutscher Sprach 

beschrieben durch G. Arthus. Frankfurt, 1601. 

20 plates, fol. First edition. 18.— 

Voyage of J. C. "Van Neck. TAe blank leaf after 

the preface wanting. 

509 Map: Conterfactur der 3 Schifffarten, 

welche di («<?./) Hollander durch das Mitnachtiachen 
Mar. . . durch Way gats noch {sic!) den Orientali- 
schen Indien fuhrgenomen. . . 1 leaf. fol. 9.— 
The same map as in the 3d part of De Bry's 
Petits Voyages in Latin, but with considerable 
differences, belonging to the German edition of the 
3d part of de Bry. 

610 Camus (A. G.) Meraoire sur la collection 

des Grands et Petits Voyages, et sur la collection 
des Voyages de M. Thevenot. Paris, 1802. bds. un- 
cut. 4to. 10.-^ 
The copy of the well known collector of De Bry's 
Voyages, Mr Sobolewski, with some MSS. annota- 
tions of his hand. Valuable copy. 

511 Weigel (T. O.) Bibliographische Mitthei- 

lungen iiber die deutschen Ausgaben von De Bry's 
Saramlungen der Reisen nach dem abend- u. mor- 
genlandischen Indien. Leipzig, 1845. sd. uncut. 
8vo. 3.— 

Reprinted from the »Serapeam." 

511a The same. sd. uncut. 8vo. 7.— 

Valuable copy with numerous corrections in the 
handwriting of Mr. Sobolewski, the celebrated col- 
lector of the De Bry's Voyages. 

512 Bry, Theod. de, the head of the celebrated 
family of engravers and editors of the fine set of 
voyages, cet. — A. L. S. (in French), to Franc. Ra- 
phelengius, (Frans van Ravelengien) Hebrevr Prof, 
and editor at Leiden, son in law of C. Plantinus, 
dat. Franckf., Sept. 19, 1595. 1 p. fol. — Fine 
facsimile in lith., on tinted paper- 3. — 

Interesting letter on his publications, especially on 
the 5th part of his Grands Voyages, of which he 
sends a copy to Raphelengius. — • From: H. Lem- 
pertz, Bilderhefte d. Buckkandels. 

513 Bryant (Ed.), Voyage en Califomie. Descrip- 
tion de son sol, de son climat, de ses mines d'or. 
Trad. p. X. Marmier. Paris, (1849.) sm. S' 

(1.90) 1.— 

614 Btichler (J. U.) Lotgevallen van een Zwit- 
sersch landverhuizer op zyne reize naar Noord- 

Amerika en de West- Indien. Hi^rl. 1819. uncut. 

8vo. (2.40) 1.— 

{Adventures of a Swiss emigrant on his voyage 

to North-America and the West-Indies. Transl. from 

the German.) 

515 Buchon, J. A., Atlas g^ographique, statistique, 
histor. et chronolog. des deux Ameriques et des 
lies adjacentes. Paris. 1825. hf. bound. Uncut. Co- 
loured maps. roy. fol. 6. — 

Contains 63 fine maps, each in a border formed 
by the extensive text. 

516 Buoquoi (J. de) Aanmerkelyke ontmoetlngen 
in de zestien jaarige reize naa de Indien. Haar- 
lem, J. Bosch, 1744. hf. calf, map and pl.ito. 2. — 

(Memorable occurrences during a 1& years^ voyage 
to India.) 

517 Zestien jaarige Reise naa de Indien, Rio 

de la Goa, Madagascar, Batavia enz. 2de drnk, 

vermeerd. met de Waterwereld. Haerlem, 1757. 

2 vols, in 1. bds., portr., maps and plates. 4to. 4. — 

Second edition of the preceding, augmented with 

the Waterworld, {See following titled 

518 De waterwereld ... en de bjjzonderheden 

langs de kusten aangeweezen . . . bijzoud. van 

Oost. en West-Ind. handel. Haerlem, 1752. map, 

hf calf. 4to. 2.50 

( The Waterworld ; the particularities of the coasts 

for commerce and navigation, specially on the E. 

and W. Indies.). 

61 — 105 treat of America and the North. 

519 Buddingh (D.) Ontdekking van Amerika en 
herhaalde zeereizen derwaarts in de XI — XIV 
eeuw. 's Gravenh. 1838. 8vo. 1. — 

{Discovery of America and repeated voyages 
thither in the 11 — l^th century.) 

520 De Kerk, school en wetenachap in de 

Vereen. Staten van Noord- Amerika. Utrecht. 1853. 
3 parts in 1 vol. 8vo. (8.20) 3.50 

{Church, School and Science in the United States.) 
This work is the result of the author's voyage to 
America to investigate the important subjects men- 
tioned on the title. 

The 1st part contains the history of the Dutch 
Reformed Church in North-America. 

521 Buggle (Sam. B.) Report to the International 
Statistical Congress at the Hague, 1869. Part. I. 
Cereals of the United States of America. (The 
Hague, 1869.) large 4to. 1.25 

522 „The Bull broke loose." English carica- 
ture, 1780. Publ. by J. Kearby Stafford, sq. fol. 


523 The Bull overdrove, or the drivers in dan- 
ger." English caricature : a running bull dri- 
ving before him an American between a French- 
man and a Spaniard. 1780. Publ. by J. Harris. 
sq. fol. 2.— 

524 "The Bull roasted, or the political cooks" — 
English caracature: an American sitting at table 

Fbbderik MuLLua & 0°., 



between a Frenchman and Spaniard: England, 
as a bull, roasted, etc. 1780. Publ. by J. Harris. 
sq. fol. 4. — 

525 Bulletin des sciences g^ographiqiies, economie 
publique, voj-ages. Public sous la direction de M. 
le Baron de Ferussac. Paris, 1824—1831. 28 vol. 
hf. calf. 8«. (150.—) 25.— 

Highly esteemed journal, with contributious by 
ChampoUioD-Figeac, Dureau de Lamalie, de Ferussac, 
de Freycinet, Joinard, Klaproth, de Laborde. Abel 
Remusat, Walkenaer, a. o. — A host of articles treat 
on American geography, (physical, political, statis- 
tical, etc.); besides on cofumerce, cartography and 

526 of the American Geographical and Statis- 
tical Society. Vol. I. part 111. New-York. 1854. 
mapi. Bvo. 1.— 

Cent.: Description of Natal, by H. A. "Wilder. 
With map. — Description of the Isthmus of Pa- 
nama, or "Darien," by G. B. Watts, etc. 

527 Buma (J. Acronius a) Argo Belgica, s. de 
expeditione Belgica in Africa et America, sub ce- 
leb, heroii Mich. Rutero carmen chronicura. Da- 
ventriae (ca. 1665.) sm. 8vo. — Rare. 10. — 

528 Bunjan (J) Eens Christens reyse na de eeu- 
wigheyt. Utr. 1688. Woodcuts. 12mo. 7.— 

{The nigrimm' 5 progress.) 
Rare Dutch edition. 

529 The same. Op nieuw bewerkt naav de 

oorspronk. uitgave, met aanteek. van Th. Scott, 
met levensbcrigt v. d. schrijver etc. door J. II. 
Gnnning. Amst., 1864. 2 vols, with 66 fine steel- 
engravings and portrait, roy. 8vo. 12. — 

( The same. New edition made after the original, 
with notes by Theod. Scott, and the author s life 
by J. H. Gunning.) 

530 Den heilighen Oorlogh. Uit het Eng. Amst., 

1685. vellum. 12mo. 7.— 

(The Holy War. Transl. from the Engl.) 
Very rare edition, with many fine plates by Lay- 
ken. — Somewhat stained by water. 

531 Komst en Welkomst tot Christus, etc. 

HardervFijk, 1711. fortr., calf. 12mo. 3. — 

(Come and welcome to Christ, with a circum- 
stantial account of the author's conversion, etc.) 

532 The same. Leeuwarden, 11 18. vellum, portr. 

12mo. Fine copy. 2.50 

533 Het levcn en sterven van Mr. Quaat, ofte 

eens godloosens reyse na het eeuwige verderf. 
Uit het Eng. 4de djuk. Amst., 1102. veiium, plates. 
16rao. Fine copy. 5. — 

(Life and death of Mr. Bad, or a godless^ s pro- 
gress to eternal perdition.) 

534 De Leer der Wet en der Genade verklaart. 

Uit het Eng. door J. Ross. Groningen, 1746. hf. 
calf. 8vo. Neat copy. 4. — 

(The doctrine of Law and Mercy explained. 
Transl. from the Engl, by J. Rosa.) 


Fine copies of Bunyan's works are rare, as is quite 
natural, considering they were very popular in Hol- 
land ant not only bought but really read. His prin- 
cipal work is still much read and used in popular 
editions ; the elegant editions are not much sought. 

535 Biirck (A.) Magellan oder die erste Reise urn 
die Erde. Leipz. 1844. sd. uncut, portr. 8vo. 1. — 

536 Buren, Martin Jan, 8th President of the 
U. S. 1837—41. Governor of N. Y. 1828.. — 

A. L. S. to Mr. Mills, dat. July 8, 1826. 40. 4.— 

537 (Burke [Edm.]) Account of the European 
Settlements in America, comprising a history of 
the discovery of that part of the World, the man- 
ners of the original inhabitants, etc. 5th edit. 
Lend., 1770. 2 vols, calf, maps. 8vo. 2.25 

538 Histoire des colonies Enropeennes dans 

I'Amerique. Trad, de TAngl. p. M. E(idous). Paris, 
1767, 2 vols. sd. uncut. 8vo. 2. — 

Sabin says, that this is mainly the work of Ed- 
mund Burke, assisted by his brother Richard and 
his friend Will. Boarke. — lu this French trans- 
lation it is ascribed to the latter under the name of: 
W. Burck. 

539 Burkhard (J. G.) Geschichtc der Methodisten 
in England. Niirnb. 1795. 2 vols, in 1. hj. bd. 
8vo. 1.25 

The 2d vol. cont. a biography of the founders of 
Methodism.- J. Wesley and G. Whitefield, who pas- 
sed a long period of their life in America, and foun- 
ded there many churches. 

540 Burmeister (H.) Reise dnrch die La Plata- 
Staaten, mit besond. RUcksicht auf d. physis. Be- 
schaffenheit u. d. Culturzustand d. Argentin. Re- 
publik, 1857—60. Halle, 1861. 2 vols. sd. maps. 
8vo. (11.40) 5.50 

541 Burnaby (A.) Travels through the middle 
settlements in North-America, in 1759 — 60. 2d edit. 
Lond. 1775. td. uncut. 8ro. 1.— 

542 Burnet (Jac), Notes on the early settlement 
of the North- Western Territory. New- York, 1847. 
cloth. 8vo. (6. -) 4.50 

543 Biisching (A. P.) Nieuwe Geographic. 6de 
deel: Voreen. Staten van Noord-Amerika (door 
Ebeling). Haarlem, 1798. 8vo. (6.90) 2.50 

(New Geography. &tA part: United States of 
North- America.) 

A stout volume of 896 pp., exclnsively treating 
of the States of New-England (New-Hampshire and 
Massachusetts.) At pp. XII — XIII the author names 
the sources he has used, among which we notice: 
Smith, General history of New-England . . . Lond. 
1626. — New-England in America. 1627. — Mor- 
ion's New-English Canaan. Amst. 1637. — books 
now alltogether very scarce. 

544 Biittner (J. Q.) Die hochdentsche reformirte 
Kirche in den Verein. Staaten van Nord-Amerika, 
TOu ihrer Griiudung bis auf did noucsteZeit.Nebst 
Beilagen. Schleiz, 1846. Svo. 1.50 



545 Eydragen tot de kenuis der Nederlandsche 
en vreeuide Kolonien, byzonder betrekkeljjk de 
vrijiating der slaven. Utrecht, 1844—47. 4 vols. 
8vo. Ail piiolished. (16.-) 3.— 

{Vuntributions to Ike kuxiwledye of the Dutch 
and Foreign Colonies, specially on ike Emancipation 
of the Slaves.) 

546 Byokorf (Don Nederlandschen) : waer in 
ghy beschreven vindt, al tghene dat nu wtghe- 
gaen is, op den Stilstant ofte Vrcde... Int jaer 
zestien houdort en acht ... (No place nor printer s 
name.) 4to. (Asher No. 26—28.) 38 pieces and 35 
duplicates iu other editions. Unique collec- 
tion. 75.— 

(Netherlands Beehive-, in which you will find 
all that has been published till now on the Truce 
or Peace, in the year 1608.) 

This is the title of a very interesliug collection of 
38 pamphlets publishi'd during the years 1607 — 8, 
against the truce with Spain, which truce prevented 
the erection of the Butch West-India Company, 
proposed by W. Usselincx. 

Asher in his Essay gives a list of the pieces, con- 
tained in his collection, in all 38, but he dues not 
mention the different editions of them, except the 
3 editions of the first with the general title: Bye- 
korf. The present copy does not only contain the 
38 pieces, mentioned by Asber, but, besides, 35 other 
editions differing from those. Even 250 years ago 
complete copies were judged rare, now they may be 
called very rare, — a copy of such an extra- 
ordinary completeness as the present may boldly be 
called unique, the more so as all are in very good 
condition — 22 even uncut. In the foliowing I give 
the list, according to Asher, of the pieces which are 
iu different editions: 

No. 1 (3 editions.) — No. 2 (2 editions.) — 
No. 3, the scarcest of all pieces, in uncut state. — 
No. 4 (4 editions.) — No. 5 (4 editions.) — No. 6 
(2 editions.) — No. 9 (2 editions.) — No. 10 (3 edi- 
tions, one of which in-8vo, very rare.) — No. 12 
(2 editions.) — No. 15 (2 editions.) — No. 16 
(2 editions.) — No. 17 (2 editions.) — No. 23 
(2 editions.) — No. 24 (2 editions.) — No. 2? (3 edi- 
tions.) — No. 30 (2 editions.) — No. 31 (3 editions.) — 
No. 32 (3 editions, one of them extremely rare.) — 
No. 36 (2 editions.) — No. 37 (2 editions.) — 
No. 38 (3 editions.) — Stucken in de Byekorf 
(2 editions.) 

A early complete list of al the different editions 
may be found in: Tiele^s Bibl. van Pampflttten 
I. p. 88 — 89. The most interesting pieces are those 
by Usselincx (No. 4, 15, 22, 29, 30) and others 
relating to the navigation to America. 

547 The same, the 1st piece in 3d edition. 

38 pieces. 4to. (Asher No. 28.) 20.— 

Part 3, 6—8, 21, 29, wanting. 

A large number of separate pieces in stock; in- 
complete copies completed, if possible, at reasonable 

548 Byler (H. C. v.) Libellorum rariorum partim 
editor, partim incdit. fasciculus primus (unicus.) 
Gron., 1733. sm. 8vo. 7.50 

This collection cont.: Narratio et cuutinuatio reruiu 
omnium a Draco et Norreysio, post fjlicom ex Oc- 
cidental. Insulis reditu. u iu sua expeJitiooe Portii- 
galiensi singulis diebws gestarum. 

549 Cabo St. Augustin, in Brazil, stormed and 
taken by the Fleet of the Dutch W. I. Comp. 
under I. C. Lichthart, 7 March. 16.'}4. The Fort 
on the coast, with the Dutch fleet, and inscription 
in the upper right hand corner, sq. fol. — (From: 
Commelin, Fred. Henry. 1051.) 1.50 

550 Same subject, reversed. — (From Comme- 
lin. 1652.) 1.— 

551 Cabot, George, Amer. Statesman confidential 
friend of Washington and Hamilton, Senator 1791 —6. 
— A. L. S. to Rev. Jos. Dana of Ipswi.h, dat. 
Oct. 12, 1797. 1 p. 4». 2.50 

Ou the education of his son. 

552 Cacegas (Fr. L.) Historia de S. Domingos 
particular do reino e conquistas de Portugjil. Ke- 
formada por Fr. L. de Sousa. Lisboa, 1767. 4 vols. 
calf. fol. 32.50 

A rare and valuable history of the order of St. 
Domingo iu Portugal and the Portuguese colonies. 

553 Cadix. — Large view oi the city with its 
harbour, as it was when Columbus set oft' from 
thence to America. Ou the plate the figures of 
2 animals, with inscript. : (anis leporarius et Indiis 
Occidentalibus allatus, 15G5 and Pica Peruviana 
allata, 1578. G. Hoefnagel px., engrav. (by Hogen- 
berg). Ig. fol With Latin explanation 1-24. — 
(From the rare work : Braun et Rogenberg^ Civitates 
vrhis terrarum. Col. 1572.) 6. — 

554 Caerden (,Pt. v.) Joumael v. de rcyse naar 
O. indien met 4 schepen, onder d. Adni. Pt. Both, 
in 1599—1601. (Amst., 1646.) bds. squ. 4to. 3.— 

{Journal of the voyage to East-India^ with 4 
ships under Adm. P. Both.) 

1 20 pp. ; no plates nor separate title ; part of the 
collection: Begin iN". 272. With interesting notices 
ou New-Gnin*a and the treaty with the natives. 

555 Loffelycke Voyagie op O. indien met 8 

schepen, uytgevaren 1606, tusschen Madagascar 
en Abissena deur. (Amst., 1646) bds. squ. 4to. 2. — 

{Praiseworthy voyage to E. -India with 8 ships, 
setting sail in 1606, and passing between Mada- 
gascar and Abyssinia.) 

48 pp., no plates nor separate title; from the 
collection: Begin N". 272^ This voyage is the same 
as that described by Corn. Claesz v. Purmerentbut 
both accounts are entirely different. This journal 
seems to be composed by a companion of the Ad- 
miral V. CaerJeu. 

556 Caerte (de) van der zee om cost ende west 
te seylen, ende is van de beste piloots ghecorri- 
geert, ende ele cust opt zijn gestelt, elck met zijn 
flgueren yerbetert. Amstelredam, €orn. Claetzoon^ 

r££0££IK Mui.I>££ & Cm 




1588. lif. calf, many small woodcuts, reprfsfnting Ihe 

outlines of th(t roaxis, etc. 12mo. 20. — 

(Map of the S'-a for sailing to the East and 

West, compiled by the best pilots, with a view of 

each coast etc.) 

Of the highest rorily, as all Dutch works on [)i- 
lotnge of the 16th century. 

557 [Caiues (Geo)j Enquiry into the Law mer- 
chant of the Uniterl States; or Lex Mercatoria 
Americana, on several heads of commereial impor- 
tance. Vol. I. Xew-York, 1802. sheep. 8vo. 3.— 

558 Calancha (Ant. de la) Het wonderlyck mar- 
telio vandcn saligheii Fater Didacus Ortiz, eerste 
Martelaer van Peru. t'Anlwerpen, 1671. calf. 8vo. 
yery rare. 6.50 

(T/ie wonderful martyrdom of the blessed father 
Didacus Ortiz, first martyr of Peru.) 

Translated from Spaiiisli into Latin hy J. Brnlius, 
and frctn bis Latin histury of Peru into Dutch hy 
some Aiignstiue Fathers. 

559 Calborn, J. C , distinguished Anier. States- 
man, upholder of slavery. — A, L. S. to W, J. Watt, 
dat. Paddleton. Oct. 21, 1846. 2 pp. i". 2.- 

560 Calendar of State Papers, Cohnial Series, 
1574— IGOO, preserved in the State Paper Depart- 
ment of H. M. Public Record Office. Edit, by 
W. Noel Sainsbury. London. 1860. c/<;M. roy. 8vo. 

(9.-) 6. - 
A stout volume of 580 pp.. being an abstract 
and catalogue of all the documents in the Pnbl. 
Record Off. relating to the English colonies in Ame- 
rica (1574 — 1660) with notices of their contents etc., 
chronologically arranged ; indiitpensable to every Ame- 
rican historian. 

501 California. — Costume and mode of fishing 
of the inhabitants. Engl, engraving, fol. 1. — 

562 „Naufrage tie Mr. La Horde sur les cano's 

de La Peyrouse aux ports des Fran(j,iis dans la 
Californie." 1786. Crepin px., engraving by Prot. 
Ig. sq. fol. 2.— 

563 jCalkoen (H.)] Syst^me politique de la Ke- 
gence d'Amsterdam, expose dans un vrai jour; et 
Fa conduite justifiee . . . contra I'accusation du 
Chev. Yorke. Trad, du Holland. Amst. 1781. sd. 
uncut. 8vo. 1.50 

On Amsterdam's conduct during the Amer. War 
of Lidepend. 

564 Calligraphic teatimoaial on: „ America's 
Independence when cemented by the blood of 
Heroes, established in 1776," written by C S. 
Hare, (about 1815). Very Ig. fol. — The corners 
at the bottom restored. 4.— 

565 Oallimachi Hymni, epigrammata et frngnienta, 
c. notis IF. Stephani et alioriim. Edid. J. A. Er- 
nosti. Lugd. Bat. 1761. 2 voU. calf gilt, coats of 
arms on sides. 8". 3 — 

We insert this book here only on acconnt of this 
copy, that gives a fair testimony for the Dutch en- , 


thnsiasm for the American canse. On the fly-leaf 
of the first vol. we find the following inscription : 
1 Praestantissimus juvenis, Rinso Koopmans hoc 
Callimacho . . . praemio ornatus ab Ampligs. Leo- 
vardiensibus Magistratibus quum Gymnasia valedixit, 
verba farvns, in laudem Ulustrissimi Americano- 
rum Herois, Richardi {Gcorg\) Washivgtonis. 1787." 

566 Cambodia eu Louwenlant in Oost-Indien 
(Vremde Geschiedenissen in) 1635—1644. Mits- 
gaders de Reyse der Nederlanders van Cambodia 
na VVincjan. Hacrlcra, P. Casteleyn, 1669. //. vel- 
lum. 4to. — Rare. 18. — 

{Curious histories from Cambodia and Lonwen- 
land in the East- Indies, 16:i5— 4L With the voyage 
of the Dutch from Cambodja to Wincjan.) 

One of the rarest and most interesting relations 
of voyages ever published. It is the only old account 
of the country of Cambodja near Siam, since not 
visited by Europeans, till r:cent!y in 1S66 — 6S by 
the French, (see the articles of Mr. de Came — in 
the Ruvue des denx Mondes 1869.) 

567 (Gamier (Fr.) Voyage lointain aux roy- 

aumes de Cauibodge v,t Laouwcn jiar les Xeerlan- 
dais et ce qui s'y est pass«i jusqu'eu 1644. (Bulle- 
tin de la Societe de Geographic. Paris, Sept. — 

■ Oct. 1871 ) map. 8vo. 2.50 

Translation of the foregoing No. 

568 Campagnes de Virginie et de Maryland en 
1862; Documents officiels soumis au Congr^s. 
Trad, de I'Angl., avec introduct. et annotations 
par F. Lecomte. Paris, 1863. hf. cloth, map. 8vo. 


569 Campagnes et croisieres dans les Etats de 
Venezuela et de la Nouv.-Grenade; par un Offi- 
cier des Lanciers Ventizuels Trad, de FAngl. Paris, 
1827. map and portr. sd. roy. 8vo. 2.— 

570 Campanius (Thomas) Holm., Kort Beskrif- 
ning om Provincien Nya Swerige uti America, 
SOU! nil fortiden af the Engelske kallas Pennsyl- 
vania. Stockholm, tryekt uti Kongl. Boktr. 1702. 
vellum. 4fo. — Fink ci-ean copy. So. — 

8 nnnumb. leaves, 190 numb, pp., 1 leaf Krrata. 
With 10 maps and platrs. The title-page and pi. 
10 in facsimile. 

This kxcessively rare work is of the highest 
interest for the history of Pennsylvania. It is divi- 
ded into 5 parts: 1. On America in genual, pp. 
1 — 26. — II. Description and history of New-Swe- 
den, otherwise called Pennsylvania, pp. 27 — 110. — 
III. Account of (ha Aborigines of Pennsylvania, 
with very curious details of their manners etc., pp. 
110 — 158. — IV. A treatise of the language of 
the natives, with vocabul.iries, pp. 153 — 180. — 
Appendix: On the Mynckussar Indians and their 
language and -various marvellous thing from America." 
1*. Plate to face the litle: Novae Sueciae sou Penn- 
sylvaniae in America descriptio. — Engraved, 
but in this copy in facsimile. 
2". Map, numbered 1 to face page 10: Totius Ame- 
ricae descriptio. — Engraved. 



3". Plate, numbered 2 to face page 4. : Cataract of 

Niagara. — Engraved. 
4**. Map, numbered 3 on page 10: Terre de 

Jesso. — In woodcut. 
6". Map, numbered 4 to face page 26. : Nova 

Sueciae 'I'abnla. — Engraved. 
6". Map, numbered 5 to face page 36. : Novae 

Suecia, hodie dicta Pennsylvania. — Engraved. 
T".' Map, numbered 6 to face page 52. : Virginiae, 

N. Angliae, N. Hollandiae delineatio. — En- 
8". Plate, numbered 7 on page 76. : Trefalldigheets 

Forte. — Woodcut. 
9". Plate, numbered 8 on page 81. : Christinae 

Skantz. — Woodcut. 
10". Plate, numbered 9 to face page 110.: Three 

Indian Aborigines. — Engr. {facs.) 

571 Campanius. — The same. Titlepage and n". 
1, 6 and 10 of the plates in facsimile. 37.50 

572 Campbell, Alex., Baptist Minister in Was- 
hington 1800, founder of the sect called, „Camp- 
bellites." — A. L. S., in French, to Kev. P. H. 
Marron of Paris, without date. 2 pp. 8". 1.50 

On a volume of sermons, published by Campbell. 

573 Campbell (John) Tegenwoord. Staat der vol- 
ken van het Spaansehe rijk in America, met een 
byzonder verhaal van d. Koophandel, etc. Amsterd. 
(ca. 1740.) vellum, maps. Svo. 2. — 

{Present state of the peoples of the Spanish em- 
pii-e in America; with a particular account of the 
commerce, etc.) 

574 Campe (J. H.) De ontdekking van America, 
ter aangenaame leezing voor kinderen en jonge 
lieden. Amsterd. 1782—83. 3 vols, hf calf. Svo. 

{The discovery of America, a pleasant lecture 
for children and young men.) 

First Dutch edition, made on the German original. 

575 The same. 3 vols. sd. uncut. 2.50 

576 Histoire de la d(5couverte de TAmerique. 

Trad, de I'AlIemand, av. notice biograph. sur I'au- 
teur p. Larenaudiere. Nouv. 6dit. Paris (1830). 
2 vols, sd., plates. Svo. 1.50 

577 Camper (P.) Over de voortteeling der Ame- 
ricaansche Padden. (Haarlem. 1761. Extr.) plate. 
Svo. . —.50 

{On the procreation of American toads.) 

578 Canada. — Partie de la Nouvelle France. 
Paris, H. Jaillot. 1685. sq. fol. 65 by 46. — Fine 
map. 2.- 

579 Canada and the Lakes, 2 Maps from La- 

hontan, Voyages. La Haye. 1703, sq. fol. 56 by 
41 and 05 by 28. 4.— 

Interesting maps, one bearing the inscription: 
'/ Carte que les Gnactisares ont dessine sur det peaux 
de cerfs;'' on both historical annotations. 

580 Carte des Pays connus sous le nora de 

Canada, dediee au Comte d' Argenson pour le 
d^parteraent de la guerre par li. de Vaugondy. 
Paris, ches I'Auteur. 1753. sq. fol. 67 by 48. — 
Coloured. 2.50 

581 Canada. — Partie orientale de la Nonvelle 
France ou du Canade. (Nurnberg), Homann. 1755. 
Map. sq. fol. 54 by 42. 1.— 

582 The countries of the Hudson's Bay and 

the North- Western parts of N. America. Amst., 
Is. Tirion. 1769. Colour, map. sq. fol. 44 by 31. 


583 Topographical Description (A short) 

of H. M.'s province of Upper Canada in North- 
America. To which is added a provincial gazet- 
teer. London, 1799. bds. uncut. Svo. 2.— 

584 Religious, nuptial and funeral ceremonies 

of the Canadian tribes. — 'Engraved plates by Bern. 
Picart. 12 represent, with French subscript, on 5 
sheets, fol. — First impress.— From : Picart, Cere- 
monies. 2.50 

585 „Canadien8 au tombeau de leur Enfant." 

Le Barbier px., engraving hy Ingoufle Jeune. 1786. 
Ig. fol. — Full marg. Stained. 2. — 

586 Autograph. — Anonyme. French 

Prince or Nobleman. — A. L. in French to Count 
Verhueli at Paris, from Canada, 3 May 1835. 4 pp. 
4to. 3.— 

Curious letter signed M. N. D. "Depuis plusienrs 
annees il languit au sein des forets de Canada et 
mange le pain de la misere en se livrant a Tinstrnc- 
tion de la jeunesse. La mort de Fran9oi8 II (I'em- 
pereur d'Autricbe) le fait esperer de revendiquer les 
droits d'apanage sur le principante de Westerwald, 
mais il craint que Metteruich," etc. etc. 

587 Candish. — Joumalen v. 3 voyagien : 1". v. Th. 
Candish, door Magell. in 1586, enz. 2". v. F. Draeck 
en J. Haukens, naer West-lndien, in 1593, etc. 
Anist., J. P. Wachter, 1643. calf. 4to. Very fine 
copy. Rare. (Tiele No. 282.) 9.— 

Exact reprint of the edition of 1598, but the na- 
mes of Javanese princes omitted. See Tiele p. 298. — 
The voyage round the world by I'Heremite in 1623 
is the 3d voyage mentioned on the title, but having 
a separate title and paging, it sells separately. 

588 Canterbury Papers. Information concerning 
the principles, objects, plans and proceedings of 
the founders of the settlement of Canterbury in 
New Zealand. Lond., 1850. 6 parts. }Fith map. 
Svo. 1.50 

589 Canzler, F. G., Neue wochentliche Nach- 
richten von neuen Landkarten, geograph., statist., 
histor., wie auch Handlungsbiichern. Gott. 1788 — 
89. 2 vol. 831, 982 pp. With portr. oj P. Egede. 
brds. S". 4.50 

Appeared in weekly parts, the last pages of each 
mentioning the new cartographical publications. — 

590 Cape-Breton. — De importantie en voordee- 

Peederik Muller & C, 



llgheid van Kaap-Breton, nangetoont in eene naauw- 

keur. bcschryving etc. Uit het Eng. Deltt, 1746. 

2 maps. calf. 8vO. 2.25 

{Importance and advantage of Cape Breton, stated 

in an exact description etc. Transl. from the Engl.) 

591 Capellen (J. D. v. d.) Distinguished Patriot, 
prouiotor of thd American interests, etc. — 
2 A. L. S. in Dutch, dated Amst. 14 March, Zwol, 
7 April 1782. 4 pp. 4to. 2.50 

On the American affairs ; Adams is acknowledged 
as Minister of the Uo. States. 

592 Capitein (J. E.J.)Di8sertatio politico-theolog. 
de Servitute, libertati Christianae non contraria. 
Lugd. Bat. 1742. 4to. 4.— 

The author was captured as a N^ eg ro boy, 10 years 
old, from the tribe of the Ashantines, on the coast 
of Guinea, brought to Holland, and educated at Lei- 
den under special tutorship of the celebrated Prof, 
of Theol., T. II. van den Honert; he studied afterwards 
Divinity, took his degrees by the writing and defence 
of this book and was shortly afterwards sent to 
Africa to christianize his tribe; but nothing more 
was beard of him, and it is generally accepted that 
he by and by joined bis people and was totally lost. 
I have once had an edition of his version of the 
Pater Noster in Ashantine tongue, 4 pp. 4to, but 
saw never any other copy. 

593 The same, translated into Dutch. Leiden, 

1742. 4to. uncut. 3JbO 

A portrait of the author by Bleyswgk added. 

594 Capture of the Admiral and Vice-Admiral of 
the Honduras, commanding 2 very richly laden 
vessels, by the ships and yachts of the W. i. Com- 
pany under direction of the Dutch Admiral Pieter 
Adriaensz. (Ita), 1 Aug. 1628. On the foreground 
the battle, at the right Havana, sq. t'ol. — Plate 
from: Commelin, Life of Fred. Henry. 2. — 

595 Same subject. Differ, representation, smal- 
ler. On the frontispiece of Wassenaer, Hist. Ver- 
kael. 4". 1.-- 

596 Capture of the Sugar prizes in the Bay Todoa 
los S;inctos in Brazil. 1627. Plate, sq. fol.J — (Be- 
longs to Commelin, Life of Fred. Uenry.) 2.— 

597 Carey (H. C) The Slave trade, domestic and 
foreign: why it exists, and how it may be extin- 
guished. Loud. 1853. 426 pp. Svo. 2.— 

698 Carey iM.), Short account of the plague, or 
malignant fever lately prevalent in Philailelphia 
with a statement of the proceedmgs that took place 
on the subject iu ditlercnt parts of the United 
States. Philad. printed; London reprinted, 1794, 
92 pp. and iiit of meteor ol. obseroat. td. Svo.unciti. 

Pp. 86—92: List of the inhabitants of Philadel- 
phia, whe have died since the first of Aug. 1793. 

599 Caricature (English) on the defeat of the 
French by the English near Brest. — An English 
sailor drives a French one „ini<t Sreat't teulking 


^0^," by wiping his naked posteriors. 1778. With 

address If^. Ilichardson. sq. 4". 3, — 

602 Caricature on George III; he is deprived 
of his cloth<'s by two Americans; near them Lord 
North, as Ivug, on horseback, etc. 1780. - With 
Dutih explanation, sq. 4". — Very rare. 4. — 

603 „A new Plan for raising the Royal 

George., by a Lady." — English caricature. 1780. 
8". — .75 

604 Cdrioni3 Chronica van den Beginne des we- 
relts aen tot op den Keyser Carolum V. In 't La- 
tyn door IMelnnchthonem en C. Pencerum, Overg. 
door W. v. Zuyleu van Nyevelt. Amheni, 1629. 
2 vols, in 1. vellum, foi. Scarce. 6. — 

( The ('hronicle of Carion, since the beginning of 
the world to the Emperor Charles V . Described in 
Latin by P. Melanchton and C. Peucer ; transl. 
into Dutch by W. v. Zuylen t. Nyevelt ) 

Contains: Part V. pag. 148-168: History of 
the conquest of the New World. 

605 Carlier (Aug.), De I'csclavage dans ses rap- 
ports avec I'Uuion Americsiine. Paris, 1862. td. 
8vo. 1.50 

606 Carling (B.) et C. Chiriatianson, Primae 
lineae Unionis civitatium (sic) Americae Septentrion. 
Upsal. 1813. 4tO. Rare., not mentioned by Rich. 3. — 

607 Carochi (Hor.), Comp. de Jesus, Compendio 
del Arte de la lengua Mexicana : dispuesto . . . por 
Ign. de Paredes. Mexico, 1759. engrav. frontispiece, 
representing Ign. de Loyola, 12 leaves prelim. 202 
pp. vellum. 4to. 37. — 

Fine copy of a very scarce work, sold in auction 
Raetzel 140 Francs; Qnatrenr.ere 90 Francs. 

608 Caron (P.), Beschryv. v. h. raachtigh Coninckr. 
Japan, aert en eygenschappen v. 't Landt, raanicre 
der Volckeren, als mede hare grouwel. wreedt- 
heyt teghen de Roomsche Christ. Arast, J. Hart- 
gers, 1649. hf. vellum. 4to. — Pine copy. (Tiele 
No. 278.) 7.— 

{Description of iJie mighty kingdom of Japan ; 
nature and peculiarities of the country, manners of 
the nations, also t'leir h(>rrible cruelly towards the 
Roman Catholics.) 

Rare 2d edition. Reprint from the edition of 1646 
in Begin en Voortgangh (No. 272) at the end of 
the Journal of Hagenaer's voyage. 

609 The Arast., J. Hartgers, 1 652. W*.I4to. 

(Tiele No. 229.) 5.— 

Rare 3d edition; reprint of the former. 

610 Carons Japan. — The same, 'a Grav., /. Ton- 
gerloo, 1661. bds. 4to. (Tiele No. 230.) 5.— 

i\are. With 2 separate pi., and 1 in the text. 
Short copy, tiie map wanting. 

611 The same, 'a Grav.. J. Tottgerloo, lCt62. bds. 

4to. (Tiele No. 232) 6.— 

With map of Japan, and the 2 separate plates. 
The plate in the text has a printed subscription. 

612 C-iron and Schouten. — A true description 
of the mighty kingdoms of Japan and S lain. Writ- 



ten originally in Dutch by Francis Caron and 
Jooat Schorten (sic!) and now rendred into En- 
glish by Capt. Roger Manley. London, Rob. Boul- 
ter, 1671. bds., a folding map. 12uio. — Fert/ rare. 

' 10.— 

613 Carolina. — Carte gent^rale et particuliere de 
la Caroline, par S{anson). Amst., P. Mortier. (about 
1700). 2 maps. fol. 4.5 by 57 and 60 by 48. ~ 
Coloured. 3. - 

614 Carrel (Arm), Oenvres litteraires et econo- 
miques, publ. et annotees par Ch. Roincy. Prec. 
d'une notice biograph. par E. Littre. Paris, 1854. 
hf. cloth. 8vo. 1.50 

Cont. an article on the mother of Washington. 

615 Carthagena. — Journal de tout ce qui s'est 
passe a la prise dos forts de Bocachica et au siege 
de Carthagene aux Indes Occidentales, tire des 
relations de 5. de Eslaha. {No place, but printed 
in Holland.) 1741. 4to. 2.— 

On the defeat of the English fleet. 

616 Plans of Carthagena, Porlo-Bello and Ha- 
vana, with their fortifications and harbours. Amst., 
J. Covens et C. Mortier. (about 1735). 3 maps on 
1 sheet, each 31 by 21^. 2.— 

617 New and correct plan of the Harbour of 

Carthagena in America, by P. Ckassereau. Also a 
view of the (English) fleet as they anchored . . . 
to besiege the town. London, Th. Bowles. 1741. 
sq. fol. 51 by 41. h. — 

With English text in 6 columns relating to tha 

618 Plan du Port, de la Ville et des Forte- 

resses de Carthagene suivant le dessein apporte 
. . . par la {sic) Capitaine G. Laws. Amst., Covens 
& Mortier (1741). sq. fol. 60 by 51. 5.— 

A plan differrina; from the foregoing, with expla- 
nation on the positions and operations of the English 
fleet in 6 columns. 

619 Cartior. Relation originale du voyage de J. 
Cartier au Canada en 1534. Documents inedits 
sur J. Cartier et le Canada. (Nouvelle serie) Publ. 
p. H. Michelant et A. Rame. Paris, Tross, 1867. 
sd. uncut, 2 poHr. of Cartier and 2 views of his 
mansion. 8vo. 8. — 

620 Bref recit et suecincte narration de la na- 
vigation faite en 1535 et 1536 par le Capitaine 
Jacques Cartier aux iles de Canada, Hochelaga. 
Saguenay ct autres. — Reimpression figuree de Tedi- 
tion originale rarissime de 1545. Avec une intro- 
duction histor. p. iM. d'Avezac. Paris, Tross, 1863. 
sd. uncut. 8vo. 8. — 

621 Carver (Jon.) Reize door de binnenlanden 
van Noord- America. Vert, door J. D. Pasteur. 
Leyden, 1796. 2 vols. 8vo. sd, uncut, map and col. 
plat IS. 2. — 

{Iravels through the interior parts of North- 

Vol. n. p. 150 — 173: on the Indian languages, 
with a Chippewfiy and Naudowess vocabulary. The 

work contains curious details on the American In- 
dian tribes. 

622 Castriotto d' Albania (Stephan-Annibale) Oeu- 
vres choisies, contenant le portrait caracterist. du 
Prince heredit. de Prusse, une lettre au Congres 
de fAmerique, etc. (Brnxelles) 1782. sd., Portr. 
8vo. 3.— 

Privately printed, very rare. The author is the 
famous impostor Stefano Zannowich. 

623 Catalogues of American Literature, compri- 
sing collections by H. Stevers, G. E. Mason, Crnw- 
ningshield and others, sold in London, nearly 100 
day's sales, 1856—61. Bound in 4 thick vols. hf. 
morocco. 8vo. 30. — 

Contain a vast mass of valuable materials for Ame- 
ricin biblioijraphers; of special interest is the collec- 
tion of H. Stevens, being the bulk of what appeared 
in his Nuggets, and being accompanied by highly 
interesting notes, descriptions, collations, etc. 

624 Catalogue de la Biblioth^que de J. M. 

Andrade. Leipz. et Paris. 1869. Prix imprimcs. 8vo. 

Important collection of books and MSS., especi- 
ally on America, comprising the rarest works rela- 
ting to Mexico, once the propriety of the infor- 
tunate Enperor Maximilian. 

625 Catalogue of maps and surveys, in the offices 
of the Secretary of State, of the State Engineer 
and Surveyor and in the New -York State Li- 
brary. Albany, 1851. sd. 8". — 288 pp. 1.50 

626 Catalogue of the Manuscript maps, chrrts, and 
plans in the British Museum. London. 1844. 2 vol. 
cloth. 8". 6.— 

Page 3 — 8 of Vol I contain the description of 
the MS. copies of Ptolemy: pp. 11 — 38 the maps 
of the World, portulani, etc. 

627 Catalogue des Cartes geographiques, topograph. 
et marines de la bibliotheque du Pnnce Alex. La- 
BANOFF DE RosTOFF a St. Petcrsbourg. Paris 1823. 
bds. uncut, roy. 8". — 494 pp. ,,j 6.50 

A rare and highly esteemed catalogue "made np 
by the Prince himself and printed at his expense 
for private distribution only, enriched with bib'io- 
graph. and other notices. ~ N*. 51 — 112 cont. the 
maps of the World and the general Atlases, N". 
1480 — 1543, the maps of America. 

628 Catalogue de la collection G(5ograithiq«e, his- 
torique et cartographique de feu le Baron Derfel- 
den de Hlnderstein. Utrecht. (1858). 8". hf. calf. — 
With some prices in MS. 2. — 

Interesting catalogue of geographical and carto- 
graph. treasures; prefixed a biography of Derfelden. 

629 Catalogue par ordre chronolog. et gcograph. 
d. cartes, plans, vues de cotes, memoires, etc. qui 
composeut V Hydrographie Fvangaise. Paris. 1866. 
2 vol. hf. cloth. 8". 3.— 

See for a list of American charts, in geograph. 
order, pp. 74 — 124. 

630 Catalogus dor verzameling v. Kaartcn v. het 

Frederik Muller & C"., 



Ministerie vau Marine, 's Gravenhage. 1872. 1284 

pp. 8". 5.— 

Catalogue of the maps and charts of the Dutch 

Mariuc-DL'partciuent, made up by P. A. Lcupe, Maj. 

Dutch Navy. Ample description of 1 10 Aliases, of 

70 maps of the Arctic regions, and of about 250 

maps and charts of North- America. 
031 Catechism. — The Heidelbergh Catechisni, 
or Method of [nstruction iu the Christian religion, 
as the same is (aught iu the Reiormed Chiirehos 
and Schools ot Holland. Translatcnl for the use of 
the Keforuicd Protest. Dutch Church, of the city 
of New- York. N.-York, J. Holt, 1764. calf. 8 vo. — 
Very scarce. 8. — 

C32 Caton (Will.) Den Matelijken Ondersoeker 
voldatm, in een klare beschr[jvinge . . . aengaende 
het versHiaede \olk, gemeinlijk (Quakers genaenit. 
Uit het Engelach vert. Amsterd.. 1669. 4to. 2.— 
( The moderate inquirer satisfied, by a clear des- 
cription . . . of the despised people, commonly cal- 
led Quakers ) 

63-3 Caveri (Gemelli), Voyage du tourdumonde. 

Trad, de I'ltal. p. L. M. N. Paris, E. Ganeau. 

1719. 6 vols, calf plates and maps. 8vo. 5. — 

First edition: a second appeared iu 1727.— The 

name of the translator has remained unknown. Ve 

Sure in his Bibliographie Instruct., sais it was 

Le Noble, while Barbier, Dictionn. des Anonymes 

thinks it more probable that Dubois de St. Genois 

made the translation. 

634 Cayenne. Map of the island and the colony, 
with plan of the city and the fortress. (Anist., 
Is. Tirion. 1765 ) fol. 42 by 36. Coloured. 1.25 

635 View in the country, with inscription: 

"C'est en cet endroit que se doit rendre la nouvelle 
Colonie Frunguise, cet. Dressi}e par Mr. Betcow, In- 
genieur." (1775?)^ — French plate, coloured, sq. 
4«. 1.50 

636 Cellarii, A., Harmonia Macrocosiuica. Amst., 
/. Janssonius. 1661. — Frontispiece of this work 
with 6 portr. of astronomers among which Gali- 
lei, Tycho Brahe and Copernicus. Fine engrav. 
by F. M. van Hoven. Ig. fol. 1.50 

637 Same plate nicely coloured and illuminated 

at the time of the publication. 2. — 

638 Celsius (O.) Iter in Americam. Upaal. 1725. 
8vo. Very rare. 12. — 

639 Census. — Report of the Sup(!rintendent of 
the census for December Ist 1852. To which is 
appended the report for 1851. Washington, 1853. 
clolh. 8vo. 1.— 

640 Ceremonies, (religious, matrimonial and fune- 
ral), of the American tribes. Engrav. by Bern. 
Picart. 71 representations with French subscript, 
on 34 sheets, fol. — Fine impress, on large paper, 
uncut. — From : Picart, Ceremonies religieuses. 10. — 

641 Idols of Y'ucatan and Tabasco; religious 

ceremonies in Panama, engrav. by Bern. Picart. 


6 represent, with French subscript, on 3 sheets, fol. — 
First impress. — From: Picart, Ceremonies. 1.50 

642 [Cerisier] Le Destin do I'Amerique ou dialo- 
gues pittoresques sur la cause dcs evenements 
actuels, la politique des puissances de I'Europe 
dans cette guerre. Trad, de I'Angl. Lond., (1780.) 
uncut. 8vo. 1.25 

643 The same, bound together with : [Tickell] 

La cassette verte. 1 vol. calf. 8vo. 1.50 

644 Certificates of the marriage, the good beha- 
viour and the births of three children of Juan 
Deaz Zetna and Aijneda de Espinosa, with legalisa- 
tion of the signature of the Vicar in Mexico, 
1604. 22 pp. fol. 5.— 

Manuscript in calligraphy, with different orna- 
mental borders in colours. 

645 Cespedes y Meneses (G. de) Primera parte 
dclla historia de D. Fdippe IV. Rey de las Es- 
panas. Lisboa, P. Graesbeeck, 1631. (Vol. I. only 
publ.) vellum, fol, 6. — 

Contains the Spanish history of the years 1605 — 
28, and gives many particulars on the colonies in 
America, the contests with the Dutch in Brazil, etc. 

646 [Cliamboa.] Traite general du commerce de 
I'Amerique, cont. I'histoire des d'.Jcouvertes dans 
cette partie du monde, etc. Amsterd., 1783. 2 vols. 
marbled calf gilt, maps and plates. 4tO. 3.50 

647 Chabert (X.), Abrege histor. de la vie et d. 
aventures d'Adola, chef de la pcuplade des Puris, 
av. la descript. d. moeurs d. sauvages du pays. 
(Paris, 1820?) 8vo. 1.25 

648 Chamfort (de), Do ionge Indiaane, blijspel. 
Naar het Fransch. 's Graven h. (1780? 8vo. 1.50 

{The young Indian woman, comply. From the 

649 Ciianoing (W. E.), Memoir of — , with selec- 
tions from his correspondence. Lond. (1851.) cloth. 
8vo. 535 pp. 1,50 

650 [Cdanvalou (Th. de)] Voyages a la Marti- 
nique, contenant diverscs observations sur la phy- 
sique, riiistoire naturelle, ragriculture, les moeurs, 
etc. Paris. 1763. hf. calf. 4to. 8.50 

"Relation tres-estimee." Leclerc. 

651 Chappell (E.) Voyage to the Newfoundland 
and the Southern coast of Labrador. Loud. 1818. 
hf. calf, map and pi. 8vo. 2.50 

652 Charlevoix (P. .Fr. X. de) Histoire du Pa- 
raguay. Paris. 1757. 6 vols, many maps, calf. sm. 
8vo. 9.— 

653 Voyage to North-America: undertaken by 

command of the present king of France. Contai- 
ning the geographical description and natural his- 
tory of Canada and Louisiana. Dublin, 1766. 2 vols. 
calf, maps. 8vo. 10. — 

Some pencil-annotations ou the margins. 
664 Chastellux (Ciiev. de) Voyage en Am6rique. 
(Cassel?) 1785. calf. 8vo. Scarce edition. 125 

*Thi8 appears to be the sabreptitioas edition of 


Ch.'s tratreh, printed at Cassel, which is referred to 
in the Paris edition of 1786." Rick. 
€55 Chastellux (Chev. de) The same. Paris et 
Bruxelles, 1786. td. uncut. 8vo. 1.— 

656 Voyages dans rAmerique Septentrion. 2e 

6dit. Paris, 1788—91. 2 vols. sd. uncut. Svo. 2,50 

657 Chevalier (H. Em.), Notice sur F, Gabriel 
Sagard Theodat et son oeuvre, servant d'introduc- 
tion a la nouv. ddit. de I'Hist. du Canada, p. le 
F. Sagard. Paris, 1866. 8vo. 1.— 

658 Chevalier (Mich.) Lettres sur I'Amerique du 
Nord. Paris, 1836. 2 vols. /if. calf neat. 8vo. 2,50 

659 Chili. — „ Figure of an unkwown monster, 
discovered in Chili, high 10 feet, with a man's 
head, a lion's mane, . . . two wings and the tail 
of a mermaid, cet." — Curious engiaved broad- 
side, with Dutch explanation (about 1780). 4". — 
V ery rare. 2. — 

660 Dress of the inhabitants of the Island Con- 
ception. Dutch engrav. (about 1760). sq. fol. 1. — 

661 China. — British relations with the Chinese 
empire in 1832. Comparative statement of the 
English and American trade with india and Can- 
ton. Lond. 1832. Svo. 1.— 

662 Choris (L.), Voyage pittoresque autour du 
monde, avec d. portraits de Sauvages d'Amenque, 
d'Asie, d'Afrique, et d. iles du grand Ocean ; d. 
paysages, vues maritimes et plusieurs objcts d'hist. 
naturelle; aecomp. de Descript. p. Cuvier et A. 
de Chamisso, et d'Observations s. 1. cranes humains 
p. Gall. Paris, Didot, 1822, hf. calf, large, fol. 

With portrait and 110 coloured plates, published 
at the price of 330 francs. 

663 Christmann (Fr.) Australien, Gesehichte der 
Entdeckungsreisen u. d. Kolonisation ; Bilder aus 
d. Leben in d. Wildniss u. d. Statten d. Kultur 
d. neuesten Welt. Leipzig, 1870. 120 woodcuts, 
4 maps and 5 plates, cloth gilt. 8vo. 1.50 

664 Chronicle of the Dutch Whaleflshery in the 
years 1753—1773. — Notices of the vessels, which 
have sailed in each year to Greenland, the Strait 
of Davids etc. for the whaleflshery, with detr.ils 
of their success etc. Dutch MSS. 28 pp. 4to. 5, — 

665 Chronological table of the progress of Chris- 
tianity in the four parts of the World from 100 - 
1800. Aquatint by Roosing. sq. 4". 1. — 

666 Chys (A. M. M. van der), Wed. W. Storm, 
Het Cooper's Institunt te Nieuw-York. 's Gravenh. 
1863. woodcuts, large 4to. 1. — 

(Description of Cooper's Institute at New -York.) 

667 Cinerii (P.) Dissertationes litterariae. Floren- 
tiae, 1742. vellum. 8vo. 3.60 

Cont. Dissert. V. VI. p. 69—106: De Gron- 
laudia veteri. — De Gronlandiae veteris et novae 

668 ClarksoQ (T.) Essay on the impolicy of the 

African Slave-trade. 2d edit. Lond. 1788. 2 parts. — 
Idem, on the Slavery and commerce of the human 
species, partic. the African. 2d edit. lb. 1788. — 
Idem, On the comparative efficiency of regulation 
or abolition, as applied to the slave-trade, lb. 
1789. — in 1 vol. hf. calf. Svo. 2.50 

669 Clarkson (T.) Memoirs ot the public and pri- 
vate life of Will. Penn. New edition, with a pre- 
face by W. E. Forster. Lond., 1849. cloth, map of 
Pennsylvania, plan of Philadelphia, and plate. Svo. 


670 Clavigero (P. X.) Gesehichte von Mexico, aus 
Span. u. Mexican. Geschichtschreibcrn, HSS. u. 
Gemalden der Indianer. Aus d. Ital. von C. Cul- 
len ins Engl, libers. Leipz. 1790. Vol. II. map. 
sd. Svo. 1. — 

671 Clay, Henry, Orator and Statesman, Secret, 
of State under J. Q. Adams. — A. L. in the 3d 
person. 3 lines. 4". 1. — 

672 Clay (J. Curtis) Annals of the Swedish on 
the Delaware, with the Charter of the United 
Swedish Churches. Philad. 1835. portr., hf. calf. 
12mo. 2.50 

673 Clayton (Joh.) Flora Virginica, exhibens plan- 
tas in Virginia observatas. Edid. J. Fr. Grono- 
vius. Lugd. Bat. 1762. IFiih map. 4to. New copy, 
entirely uncut. 3.50 

674 (Clerc, N. de), Tooneel der Keyzeren en Konin- 
gen. Delft. 1615. folio, vellum. Numerous portraits. 
{Theatre of the Emperors and Kings, 1450—1600.) 

The last 30 pp. treat on America, with the portr. 
of Cortez, Montezuma and Athabaliba. 

675 Clinton, Admiral George, Governor of 
New York 1743—53, Gov. of Newfoundland till 
1761. — S. Document, to Will. Johnson Esq. 
Colonel, dat. N. Y. May 9, 1748. 1 p. fol. — 
With seal (broken). 4.25 

Military ordei's to protect the frontiers and annoy 
the enemy. 

676 Clinton, George, first President of the State 
of N. Y. 1777, Vice-Pres. of the U. S. 1804—12. - 
A. L. S. to Henry Glen, dat. Poughkeepsie, May 
2, 1778. 1 p. 40. 15.— 

Some military arrangements during the Revol. 
War; Clinton was then Bri^l General. 

677 A. L. to S. De Witt Esq., dat. Green- 
wich, Sept. 6, 1791. 1 p. fol. 1.26 

Attested in a notice by Rev. Will. B. Sprague as 
the handwriting of Rev. George Clinton. 

678 A. S. Message, in conveyance of some pa- 
pers relative to the Onondago, Caynga, and Dela- 
ware nations, etc., dat. Jan. 29, 1802. 1 p. 4". 


679 Clinton, De Witt, Amer. Statesman, Lieut- 
Governor of New York, '1815. — A. L. S, to 
Dr. Griffin, Pres. of Williams Coll., dat. Albany, 
July 24, 1824. 5 lines. 4». 1.75 

FfiEDERIK MuLIiEE & C?*., 



Ofiers thanka to Or. G. for his excellent adresses 
delivered in N. Y. 

680 Clinton, De Witt, A. L. S. to A. Campbell 
Esq., dat. Nov. 11, 1825. 1 page. 4". 1.75 

681 A. L. S. to Major (West?) of West Point, 

dat. N. Y. May 18. 1827. 1 p. 40. 1.75 

682 [Cluny (AL)] Le voyagonr Amiricain, ou ob- 
servations sur I'etat actue), le commerce des colo- 
nies Britann. en Amerique, etc. Trad, de I'Angl. 
Augra. d'lin precis sur I'Amerique Septentr. et la 
Kepubl. des Etats-Unis, par J. M(andriUon.) Am- 
sterd., 1782. sd. uncut, map. 8vo. 1.50 

683 The same. Ibid. 1783. uncut, map. 8vo. 

264 pp. 1.50 

Both editions have the same contents ; hut the first 
is preferable, being splendidly printed on thick paper. 

684 Coast-Survey (Report of the Superintendent 
of the) showing the progress of the survey during 
the year 1855—60 and 62. Washington, 1856 -64. 
7 stout vols, cloth, with about 430 maps and charts. 
4to. 20.50 

685 Cockbnrn(J.) Reis-beschryvingdoordeSpaanse 
West-lndien. Amst., 1740. 8vo. sa. uncut. 1.50 

{Vogage through the Spanish IF etl- Indies.) 

686 Codazzl, Aug., Mapa fisico y politico de la 
Kepublica de Venezuela, dedicado al Congreso 
Constituyente de 18/50. Caracas, 1840, 4 leaves, 
coloured, with indication of (he height of the moun- 
tains, etc. Remarkably well executed. Largest fol. 
hf. hi. 6.— 

Uricochea, Mapoteca Columbiana, page 141, N". 41. 

687 Coinage. — Report of the operations of the 
Mint and branch mints of the Un. States. (Public 
Documents.) Washington, 1824—45. 33 pieces in 
1 vol. //. cloth. 8vo. 5.— 

688 Colieccao de noticias para a historia e geo- 
gratia das' na^ioes ultramarinas que vivem nos 
doniinios Portugiiezes, ou I'hes sao visinhas, pnbl. 
pela Academja Real daa Sciencias. Lisboa, 1812 — 
13. vol. I. II. in 1. hf. calf. sm. 4to. 10 — 

Very valuable collection of documents on the eary 
history of the Portugneze maritime discoveries. We 
notice amongst them : Na7ega9oe3 de L. de Cada- 
raosto. — Cartas de Ainer. Vespucio a Pedro Sod e- 
rini. — Navega^oa k Indias Orientales escrito par 
J. de EiHpoli (1503.) etc. — A complete Hst of the 
contents will he found in Leclerc's Bibl. Amer. 
NO. 357. 

689 Collection of Autograph Letters of celebrated 
persons from the 16th century to the present time, 
engrav. in fac-simile. Stuttgart, 1849. h(. calf. 
4«. 6.50 

Some of the valuable doonments and antogr., amoun- 
ting nearly to 300, relate to America, f. i. : 
Adams. I La Fayette. i Buchanan. 

Columbus. | .Monroe. | Ualeigh. 

Pp. 77—124 wanting. 

690 Collection of Hymns, for the use of the Pro- 

testant Church of the United Brethren. With Sup- 
plement. Philadelphia, 1813. 2 parts in 1 vol. 
eal[. 8vo. 2.— 

691 Collections of the New- York Historical So- 
ciety. New-York, 1811. Vol. I. calf. 8vo. 428 pp. 

Contents: S. Miller, discovery of New-York. — 
Relation of John de Verrazzano of the land disco- 
vered, 1524. — The voyages of Hudson, 1&07 — 8. — 
Abstract of Hudson's Journal, 1610. — Laws esta- 
blished by James Duke of York, 1664. 

692 Collection of Voyages in French, pablished 
by Corn. Claesz. (Corn. Nicolas or Nicolai) at 
Amsterdam from 1605 to 1610. 5 parts in 1 vol. 
vellum, fol. With the plates of the original Dutch 
editions. 100. — 

A very tall and fine copy, even with rough lea- 
ves, but portions of the upper interior margins of 
of part 2 and 4 stained with oil. 


I. Premier livre de I'Histoire de la Navig. (de 
C. Houtman) aux Indes Orient. Par. G. M. 
A. W. L. (Guill. Lodewijks.) 1609. 

II. Le second livre. Jourual ou comptoir, cont. la 
narration histor. du voyage par 8 navires d'Amst. 
en 1598 sous J. C. NeC, etc. 1609. 

III. Description du peuible voyage, fait autonr de 
rUnivers du globe terrestre par Ol. du 13'ort 
d'Utrecht, de 1.59S a 1601. Amst., Vefoe de 
Corn. Nicolas, 1610. 

IV. Vraye description de 3 voyages de mer, faits en 
3 ans, par les navires d'Holl. et Zelande an Nord, 
etc. Par G. de Veer. 1609. 

V. Description et recit historial du riche Royanme 
d'or de Gnnea nomme de Mina. . . en Afrique. 
P. D. M. (Par Pierre de Maroes.) 1605. 
These 5 vols, form the complete collection (wi- 
thout a collective title) of the French translations of 
the original Dutch editions, published by the same 
bookseller. — In Holland they are all rare, especi- 
ally complete. As far as we have duplicates of them, 
they will be found under the separate editions of 
these voyages. 

693 The same collection of 5 parts, vrith the 

same titles and dates. — No. 2 (van Neck), 3 (van 
Noort), 4 (de Veer), are in other, probably earlier 
edition. In 5 vols. hf. vellum, fol. — Unique 
Collection. 125.— 

Till now these different editions (of No. 2, S and 
4) were entirely unkwown and no bibliographer men- 
tions them; only recently, in dressing np the cata- 
logue of our extensive collection of voyages, we dis- 
covered by chance notable differences on nearly every 
page in the copies of de Veer ; going on, we dis- 
covered also the existence of reprints of the 2 other 
voyages; but we have not been able to find varia- 
tions in the copies at our disposal, of the Pretuitr 
livre (1) nor of Marees (V.) 

la the voyagM of Vaa Noort the margins of se* 



veral pages are mended and some very few, 10 of 
20 words of the last page added in MS. 

The 5th part (Marees) has a title in MS. and 
the last 5 pages are carefully restored. 

694 Collection of Voyages undertaken by the Dutch 
East-India Company, for the improvement of trade 
and navigation. Translated into English. London, 
1703. calf, maps. 8vo. 5. — 

Contents: pp. 1 — 68. The 3 first voyages of the 
Hollanders in quest of a passage to China ; pp. 68 — 
70. The voyage of Hudson, 1609; pp. 71—89. 
Description of Siberia "taken from Muscovites wri- 
tings;" pp. 89 — 93. Pontanus' dissertation upon 
the North Passage; pp. 94—296. The two first 
voyages of the Dutch to the East- Indies; pp. 297 — 
336. The voyage of 5 Dutch ships to the Streights 
of Magellan. 

695 Collection (A new) of voyages, discoveries 
and travels in Europe, Asia, Africa and America. 
Lond. J. Knox. 1767. 7 vols., many maps and pla- 
tes, hj. calf. 8vo. 6.— 

Interesting collection, comprising the four voyages 
of Colomb, the conquest of Mexico by Cortes ; of 
Peru by Pizaro; Voyage to South America, by 
G. J. and A. de Ulloa; to Brazil, by J. Nieuhoff; 
to Darien, by L. Wafer ; Bouquet's Expedition against 
the Ohio Indians, 1764; Voyages of Drake; Dam- 
pier, Rogers, Anson, etc., etc. 

696 Collection of 25 tracts in Dutch and German 
on the colonies and colonization in America, prin- 
cipally the Dutch colonies, 1836—54. 8vo. 5.— 

Interesting also for the history of immigration. 

697 Collins, Acconnt oi the English colony in 
New South-Wales, with remarks on the native 
inhabitants. London, 1804. bds. uncut, many plates 
and maps, some coloured. 4to. 3.50 

With vocabularies of the aboriginal languages. 

698 — The same. hf. calf. Neat copy. 4.50 

699 Colonial Essays. Transl. from the Dutch. 
Lond. 1864. hf. bd. 8vo. l._ 

Cont. pp. 31 — 158: Survey of the English pos- 
sessions in America and particularly that of Guiana. 

700 Colonies Fran§aises. Tableaux de popula- 
tion, de culture, de commerce et de navigat. pour 
I'ann^e 1865. Paris. 1867. sd. 8 to. 1.50 

701 Colom, Arnold, Zee-Atlas ofte Waterwereldt. 
Amsterdam, {A. Colom, 1650?) vellum, roy. fol. 
First edition. — Rare. 10. — 

18 plain charts, including besides a fine map of 
the World, 6 charts of the American ooasts, 

viz. : Brazil and New-Netherland (copied after Theu - 
nis Jacobsz, but larger and more correct). South 
America, Carybe Islands (2 maps), New-Netherland 
(with Virginia and New-England), the Pacific. 

The chart of N. Netherland is not mentioned in 
Asher's list. 

702 Same Atlas, same edition, but with Latin 

title: Ora maritima Orbis Universi s. Atlas mari- 
timus. idt. 18 (floured maps. fol. 10. — 

703 Colom, Arnold, Same Atlas, later edition. 
Amsterdam. (1656). vellum gilt, gilt edges. Title wan- 
ting. fol. 6.— 

16 Plain maps, the same as in the first edition; 
that of the Pacific wanting. The charts are here 
with date, in the first edition without date. 

704 Colombia, being a geographical, statistical, 
agricultural, commercial and political account of 
that country. Lond. 1822. 2 thick vols. bds. map, 
portraits. 8vo. 3. — 

705 Columbus. — Primera Ejiistola de Colon 
dando cuenta de su gran descubrimiento a D. Gabr. 
Sanchez ; accompana al texto original Castellano 
el de la traduccion Latine de Leandre de Cosco, 
por Volafan (F. A. de Varnhagen). Valencia, 1856. 
sm. 4to. 9.75 

The Spanish text is from an early MS., which 
serves to correct the original letter in Castilian as 
published hitherto by Navarrete and others. 

706 Folieta (Ubertus), Clarorura Ligurum elo- 

gia. Romae, apud haeredes Ant. Bladii, 1573. vellum. 
4to. 9.— 

Pagg. 32 — 35 contain the elogy of Christophorus 

707 The same, calf extra, gilt edges. — Large 

Paper. 12.— 

708 Columbus on board a ship, discover. America. — 
Fine and curious engraving from the beginning 
of the 17th century, sq. fol. 7.50 

Columbus staying full length on board of his 
ship, which is conducted by Tritons to the coast of 

709 Same subject. C. Ruben px., galvonoplastic 

by Hanfstangl. \g. br. fol. 4. — 

7 10 arrives in Spain, covered with chains, and 

received by a mass of people. Challe px., engra- 
ving by yidal. Ig. fol. — Full marg. Fine. 1.75 

711 Same plate, proof before all lett. — Full 

marg. Fine. 2. — 

712 Columbus' dwelling-place at Se vil- 
la. — Large view of this Spanish city; the 
houses and gardens very distinctly drawn ; one i j 
of these last, a garden near the Puerta de Goles, 
adjacent to the Guadalquivir, bears the inscrip- 
tion: Guerta de Colon (Garden of Colon.) 
Prospect of the same city, with inscription at the 
top of one of the houses.- Casade Colon (House 
of Colon); with prospects of Cadix and Malaga, 
on one sheet. — 2 Plates engraved by F. Hogen- 
berg. Ig. fol. Coloured, — From: JBraun et Hogen- 
berg, Civitates. Coloniae. 1572. 20. — 

As the biographers of Columbus are still uncer- 
tain where he lived at Sevilla, these indications of 
Hogenberg deserve some further investigation. 

713 Commelyn (J.) Leven en bedryf van Frede* 
rich Hendrick van Nassauw. Utrecht, 1652. 2 vols, 
in 1. vellum, fol. 6. — 

{Life and actions of Prince Frederik Henry of 




Containing the history of Holland from 1627 — 
1647, with an ample account of the events which 
took place in this period in the Dutch colonies and 
possessions in America. This edition of 1652 is the 
best, containing the fine etchings by D. Sloop. Some 
of the many other plates represent the Dutch achie- 
vements in America, as p. 21 Capture of the Sil- 
verfleet, p. 23 Capture of the 8up;ar vessels in the 
Bay of Todos los Santos, p. 101. Taking of Olinda, 
p. 185 llio Grande in Brazil taken, p. 209 view of 
Paraiba etc. 

714 Commelyn (J.) Histoire de la vie et actes 
m^morables de Frederic Henry de Nassau, Prince 
d'Orange. Translat. dii Flamand. Ainsterd. 1656. 
2 yyaxt^ml.vellum, portrait and many plates. fo\. 9. — 

The plates are the same as in the preceding ori- 
ginal Dutch edition. 

715 Compaen (Claes) 't Begin, Midden en eynde 
der See-Rooveryen; hoe hy met weynich Sche- 
pen de Zee onveylich geinaeckt, een ongeloof. 
Buyt en groot getal Schepen gerooft heeft. Amst., 
Wed. Gysb. de Groot, 1697. bds. 4to. 3.— 

(Commencement ., middle and end of the piracies 
of CI. C, I /wtc he made the sea unsafe icith a 
few ships, and took an incredibly booty and large 
number of ships.) 

With 3 woodcnts in the text and one on the title. 

716 ■ The same. Amst., fFed. Gysb. de Groot, 

1707. bds. 4to. 3.— 

717 The same. Amst., Wed. Gysb. de Groot, 

1715. In orig. wrapper, 4tO. 3. — 

718 The same. Amst., Erfg. Wed. G. de Groot 

en J. 9. Dam, 1723. 40. 3.— 

719 The same. lb., 6. de Groot Keur, 1756. 

40. 3.— 

720 The same. Amst., Erve H. v. d. Putte en 

B. Boekholt, 1781. In, original wrapper, woodcuts, 
4to. 3.50 

721 The same. Title wanting, edition of 1780 

or thereabout; text complete. 4to. 2. — 

Popular edition which may be recognised by a 
printing-error in the motto under the preface, viz. 
Nihil occulsum, for: Nihil occoltura. 

722 CJompany (Danish). — Kurtze historisch Nach- 
richt von dem Danischen Ost-lnd. nachherigen 
Asiatischen Companie-Handel. (1616—1762.) Ma- 
nuscript (1760?) 23 pp. fol. 2.60 

Historical Summary of the Commerce of the Da- 
nish £ast- Indian or Asiatic Company. 

723 Company (East-India.) — Short History of 
the E. 1. Comp. exhib. a state of their affairs, 
abroad and at home, political and commercial. 
2d ed. with an abridgment of the New Act. F. R. 
Lond. 1793. uncut, large 4to. 2.50 

724 Historiesch Verhaal van het begin, voort- 

gang en tegenwoord. staat der koophandel van 
de Nederl. Oost-lnd. Comp. Arnhem, W. Troost, 
1768. 2 vols. hf. calf, uneut. 8vo. 3.50 


{Historical Account of the origin, progress and 
present state of the commerce of the Dutch Eatt- 
Ind. Comp.) 

Contains a complete history of all the voyages 
made in behalf of this Company ; a sort of abridg- 
ment of the "Begin eu Voorgang" of 1646. See 
N». 272—274. 

725 Company (Austrian East-India). — Oc- 
troy de Sa Majesty pour I'establisseraent de la 
Coinp. aux Indes Orient, et a la Guinee. Bruxel- 
les, 1698. 4to. 1.25 

726 Vertoog van het regt van de Yereen. Ne- 
derl. Oost-lnd. Maatschappye op de vaart naar 
Oost-lndien tegen de inwoonders van de Oostea- 
rijksche Nederianden. Amsterd. (1698.) 4to. 1.50 

{Account of the right of the Dutch East-India 
Comp. to the navigation to East-India, against the 
inhabitants of the Austrian Netherlands.) 

Written by A. Westerveen, Doctof in law ; a reply 
to the foregoing. 

727 Lettres patentes d'Octroy accord^es par 

S. Maj. Imper, pour 30 annees 4 la Compagnie 
generale a etablir dans les Fays-Bas Autrichiens 
pour le commerce et la navigation aux Indes- 
(Orient et Occid.) Bruxelles, 1723. cloth. 4to. 2.— 

728 Refutatio arguraentorum quae a DD. Di- 

rectoribus Societatis tum Orientalis turn Occiden- 
talis in Foederato Belgio stabilitac obtruduntur 
adversus libertatem exercendorum in remotis cli- 
matibus coramerciorum per Belgii incolas. Bruxel- 
lis, 1724. sd. 8vo. 1.50 

Reply to the preceding No. 727. 

729 Lauraguais (Comte de) M6raoire sur la 

Compagnie des Indes. Paris, 1769. 4to. uncut. 
82 pp. and 17 statist, tables. 2.— 

Advice of dissolving the Company. 

730 Company (French India). — Examen de la 
r^ponse de M. N** au memoire I'abb^ Morellet sur 
la Compagnie des Indes, par I'auteur du Memoire. 
Paris, 1769, sd. uncut. 4to. 151 pp. 2.— 

731 Company (Land-). — Plan of Association 
of the North-American Land-Company, established 
February, 1795. Philad., Printed by R. Aitken 
& Son, 1795. 8vo. 8.50 

732 Company (South-Sea) — Brieven van een 
voornaam Lord ... op den naem van Cato ge- 
Bchreven, behelz. eon ta'.erecl van het gcdrag der 
gewezcne Bewindhebbcrs der Zuid-zee Korapag- 
nie, en van den val van die Kompagnie, etc. Uit 
het Eng. Delft, 1722. 397 pp. calf or vellum. 8vo. 


{Letters of an English Lord, toriitm under the 

pseudonym of Cato, on the conduct of the late 

Governors of the South- Sea-Comp., and the fall of 

that body.) 

733 Company (West-India). — Conditien voor 
de Wcst-lnd. Comp. te fournercn een fonds ... 
tot de behandelinge van de Gout Custe ki Gniuea, 



raitsgaders Ardra, Popo ende Benyn. 1666. 4to. 

uncut. 2. — 

(Conditions. . . for the If^est-Ind. Comp, . . to 

trade to the Gold Coast of Guinea, and also to 

Ardra, Popo, and Benyn.) 

734 Company (West-India). — Consideratie... 
waarom het voor de Oost-hid. Comp. onmogelick 
is, oni met de West-Ind. Comp. in een Octroy 
ende Societeyt te treden. 's Gravenh. 1644. 4to. 
(Asher W. 201.) 1.50 

{Considerations . . . on the impossihilitij for the 
East-lndia-Comp. of a combination into one Patent 
with the West-Ind. Comp.) 

735 Consideratien ende Redenen der Bewind- 

hebb. van de West-Ind. Comp. nopende de tegenw. 
deliberatie over den Treves met den Coning van 
Hispanjen. Haerlem, 1629. 4to. (Asher N». 130.) 

{Considerations of the Directors of the W.-I.-C. 
on the present deliberations on a Iruce with the 
King of Spain.) 

736 The same, with slightly different title and 

without date. 4to. Not cited by Asher. 3. — 

737 Copie van Requesten v. Amsterdam, etc. . 

Eequeste van de West-Ind. Comp. aen Prince 
Frederick Hendrick etc. 1628. 4to. (Asher N". 111.) 

{Copy of Requests etc. .. Bequest of the W.-I.-C. 
to the Prince Frederik Henry.) 

738 The same, other edition, with slight varia- 
tions in the typogi*aph. arrangement. Nearly uncut. 
Not mentioned by Asher. 3. — 

See for a firm reply to this pamphlet : — Ondersoeck. 

739 Copye van seker articulen beraemt inde 

vergaderinghe vande bewindhebberen. . . vande 
West-Ind. Comp. Ghedr. in 'tjaer 1623. 4to. (As- 
her No. 63.) 2.— 

{Copy of certain articles laid down in the assem- 
bly of the directors. . . of the W.-I.-Comp. 

740 Copye van de Resolutie van Burghem. van 

Amsterdam op 't stuck van de West-Ind. Comp., 
gen. in Aug. 1649. Uytrecht, 1649. 4to. (Asher 
No. 252.) ~ 2.~ 

{Copy of the Resolution of the Burgomasters of 
Amsterdam, on the question of the W.-I.-C.) 

741 Tlie same. Reprint of the foregoing, wi- 
thout place. 4to. (Asher No. 250.) 2.— 

A refutation to this pamphlet is No. 746: Examen. 

742 Deductien (Twee) aeng. de Verecninge 

van d'Oost ende West-Ind. Compagnien, aen de 
Staten van Hollandt, 's Gravenh. 1644. 4to. (As- 
her No. 198.) 3.— 

{Two deductions regarding the Union of the 
East and jrest-lnd.-Comp.) 

743 Directeurs (De gheraeene) gestelt tot het 

formeren van de Capitalen van de West-Ind. 
Comp... 1622. (Asher No. 66.) 3.— 

One folio-sheet, beginniDg with the above words. 

and containing an Edict of the Directors of the 
W.-I.-Comp. regarding the subscriptiou for the 

744 Company (West-India). — Discours op ver- 
scheyde voorslaghen rakende d'Oost enWcst-Ind. 
Trafyken. Het le Deel. 1645. 4to. foot uncut. 
(Asher No. 200.) 2.50 

{Discourse on different proposals regarding the 
E. and W. India Traffic.) 

745 . Discours (— Anderde — Derde — ) daer 

in kortelyck ende grondigh werd vertoont, hoe 
veel de Vereen, Nederl. ghelegen is aen de Oost- 
ende West-Ind. Navigatie. Arnhem, 1621—22. 
3 pieces. 4to. (Ashor No. 94, 95, 96.) 10.— 

{Discourse {1st, 2a?, S^f] proving of how much 
importance it is to thi Unit. Netherl. to preserve 
the E. and W. India Navigation.) 

746 Examen van de valsche Resolutie van 

Burgem. van Amsterdam, Op 't stuck van de West- 
Ind. Comp. Amst. 1649. 4to. (Asher No. 253.) 2.— 

{Examination of the false Resolution of the Bur- 
gomasters of Amst. on the question of the W.-Ind.- 

Reply to: Copye van de Resolutie. — See N'. 740. 

747 Extract uit 'tacteboek van de Weat-Ind.- 

Comp. ter Camere van Stadt en Lande. 1659— 
60. — Negotieerde penningen tot laste van de 
W. Ind. Comp. van Stadt en Lande, gecalculeert 
A", 1655. — Contemporary Manuscript. 10 pp. 4to. 

{Extract from the acts of the W. Ind. Comp., 
Chamber of Stad and Lande. — List, of the trade- 
amount at the Charge of the W. I. C>omp. of Stad 
and Lande.) Groningen.) 

748 Extract uit de Acten en Resolutien van de 

... W. Ind. Comp. in de Vergad. der Negeu- 

thienen A". 1668. Comtemporany n^anuscript. 50 pp. 

4to- 10.— 

{Extract from the acts and resolutions of the 

W. Ind. Comp. in the Sessions of the I'd Directors.) 

With the printed : ('onditien etc. (Conditions for 

the W. I. Comp. to trade to the Gold Coast of 

Guinea, to Ardra, Popo and Benyn), marked as 

Concept. See N". 733. 

749 Extract uit de Notulen van de Vergadering 

der Negentyneu A". 1759. Contemporary manuscript. 
10 pp. 4to. 2.50 

{Extract from the acts of the Sessions oj the 
Nineteen Directors.) 

750 Extract uit de Notulen der Thienea van de 

Nieuwe West Ind. Comp. tot Amsterdam verga- 
dert A". 1674 en 1675. Contemporary Manuscript. 
10 pp. 4to. 1.50 

{Extract from the acts of the Ten (Directors) 
of the New W. Ind. Comp., held at Amsterdam 
A". 1674 and 1675.) 

751 Extract uyt . . . de resolutien by den Ge- 

comm. van de . . . West Ind. Comp. representer. 

Feederik Muli^e <St C°i> 


de vergaderinge van de XIX. 31 Aug., 3 en 5 
Sept. 1(554. Coniemporary Maniseript. 8 pp. fol. 1.50 
{Extract from the resolutions of the IF. Ind. 
Camp, in the Session of the 1 9 Directors.) 

Yoi giving up the fort Prince William alias d'Afo- 
gados iu Brazil; on the Officers returned from 
Brazil, etc. 

752 Company (West-India). — Fin dc la Gu- 
erre. — Dialogus of 't Samenspreekinge . . . over 
de West-lnd. Interpriuce. Anist. (1623.) 4to. umcw/. 
(Asher No. 101.) 4.- 

{Fin de la Guerte. Dialogue , . . on the West- 
Indian enterprise.) 

163 Loosen handel van de Actionisten, die dob- 

bele partyen maacken... 1642. 4to. 1.— 

{The treacherous traffic of the Actionists, making 
double parties, etc.) 

754 Memorie over de acbterstallighe subaidien 

by den Staat geconscnteert aan de West-lnd. Conip. 
etc. {No place. 1674?) 4to. 4.— 

{Memorial regarding the subsidies in arrears, 
granted by the State to the JF.'Tnd.-Comp.) 

14 pp. without a title, contain, all the publications 
from the year 1631 — 54, with treat of the different 
subsidies grunted by the States Gen. etc. to thet 

755 Middelen en motiven om bet kopen en 

verkopen van Oost- en We3t.-ind. actien ... te 
beswaren met een impost (door D. Muys van 
Holy.) Amst. 1687. 4to, L.'JO 

{Means and motives to charge with taxes the 
buying and selling of the E. and fF.-I.-shares.) 

756 Octroy. — Placcaet van de Staten Gene- 

rael, ghemaeckt op 'tbesluyt van de West-lnd. 
Comp. 's Grav. 1621. 4to. Entirely uncut, not even 
eut open. (Asber No. 50.) 3.— 

{Edict of the Stales General on the resolution 
concern, the establishment of the W.-lnd. Comp.) 

757 Octroy by de Staten Gener. verleent aen 

do West-ind. Comp. 'sGrav. 1621. 4to. (Asher 
No. 54.) 7.50 

{Patent granted by the Stat. Gen. to the West- 
lnd. Comp.) 
The original edition; rare. 

758 Octroy by de Staten Gen. verleent aen de 

West-lnd. Comp. 3 Juni 1621. Mette ampliation 
en h. accoort tusschen de Bcwindhebberen ende 
Hooltparticip. ders. Comp. 's Grav. 1623. 4to. 7.50 
(Asher N«. 55.) 7.50 

{Fatent by the States- General to the West- India 
Comp., 3 June 1621, with the amplification and the 
agreements between the Directors and the Chief 

759 Octroy conc^d^ par les Estats G6n. de la 

Comp. des Indes Occident. 3 Juin 1621. Ensemble 
la le en 2e ampliation. Amst., Jaq. de Wachter, 
162;i. 4to. (Asher No. 62.) Verxj rare. 10 

760 Publicatie: Prolongatie van 't octroy d. 


West.-lnd. Comp. (30 March 1673.) 's Grav. 1678. 

1 fol. sheH. 1.50 

{Publication: Frolongation of the patent of the 

W..I. a.) 

761 Company (West-India). — Octroy by de 
Staten (Jencr. verleent aen de West-lnd. Comp. 
'sGravenh. 1674. 4to. uncut. 2.50 

{Piitfnt granted by the States- General to the 
West-lnd. Comp.) 

First edition of this second patent, quite different 
from that of 1621, publ. after the definitive cession 
of New-.Netherland to England. 

762 Octroy by de Staten Generael verleent aen 

de West-lnd. Comp. 20 Sept. 1674. Mitsg. de pro- 
longatie Toor 30 jaren. 30 Nov. 1700. 's Gravenh. 
1701. 4to. Vncui. 1.50 

{Patent granted by the States- General to the 
West-lnd. Comp. 1674. With the prolongation for 
30 years, 1700). 

763 Nader prolongatie van hot Octroy voor 

de West-lnd. Comp. 8 Aug. 1730. 's Gravenh. 
1730. 4to. Uncut. 1.50 

{Further prolongation of the Patent of the West- 
lnd. Comp.) 

764 Nader prolongatie van het Octroy voor de 

West-lnd. Comp., 31 Dec. 1761. 'sGrav. 17«1. 
4to. uncut. 1.50 

{Further prolongation of the Fatent for the West- 
Ind. Comp.) 

765 Onilersoeck der Amsterd. Requesten tot 

verdedigingh der onschuldighe ende onderrech- 

tingh der misleyde. 1628. 4to. (Asher No. 112.) 2.50 

{Investigation of the Amsterdam Requests, for 

the defence of the innocent and information of 

the mis-led.) 

This pamphlet affords an interesting insight into 
the position of the leading parties of Amsterdam, 
that played such an important part in the history of 
the W.-I. Comp. 

766 Ontwerp en voorstel tot remedie van twee 

swarigheden in de West-lnd. Companie. Noplace. 
1644. 4to. (Asher N". 190). Stained in the upper 
margin. 1, — 

{Plan and proposal as a remedy for two diffi- 
cutties in the W. Ind. Comp.) 

767 Ooghen-Salve tot verlichtinghe van alle 

Participanten, so van de Oost- ende West-lnd. 
Compagnien, aang. haar vereeniginghe. "s Gravenh. 
1644. 4to. (Asher No, 193.) 3.50 

{Eye-salve, for clearing the eyes of all the 
shareholders of the E, and W.-I. Comp.) 

763 Placcaet d. Staten Gen. tot verbod van 

den handel op Weatrlndicn, enz. (24 Mei.)'8 Gra- 
venh. 1624. 1 folio-sheet. Not mentioned bv Asher. 

{Edict of the States- Gen.: Prohibition to trade 
withirtr the limits of the W. I. Company.) 

769 The same (14 Jun^.) sGrav. 1632. 1 foUo 

sheet. Not in Asher's Essay. 2.50 



770 Company (West-India). — Placcaet op 't 
stuck van 't verkoopen ende transporteeren van 
Actien in de 0, ende W. [nd. Comp. 's Gravenh. 
1621. 4to. Entirely uucut, not even cut open. 5.— 

(Edict concerning the sale and transfer ofthares 
in the E. and }V . Ind. Comp.) 

This editioQ is not meotioDeJ by Asher, who cites 
only (No. 72) the renewal of this edict in 1630. 

771 Kemonstrantie. . . by de W. Ind. Comp. 

jegens verscheyde memorien van den Heer Chari- 
sius wegens de (gepretendeerde) Deensche Afri- 
caensche Comp. Amsterd. 1664. 4to. foot uncut. 
(Asher No. 320.) 4.— 

{Remonstrance... by the W.-Ind. Comp. against 
several memoirs of Mr. Charisius, concern, the 
{freiended) Danish African Comp.) 

772 Schaede, die den Staet der Vereen. Nederl. 

en d'Inghesetenen van dien, is aenstaende, by de 
versuyraenisse van d'Oost en West- Ind. Negotie 
onder een Octroy en Societeyt te begrjjpen. 's Gra- 
venh. 1644. 4to. (Asher No. 191.) 4.— 

{Damage menacing the Unit. Netherl.for neglec- 
ting to unite the E. and W.-Ind. Commerce under 
one Charter and Company.) 

773 Toestant der swevende verschillen tusschen 

de Oost- en West- Ind. Comp. v. Engelant en v. 
de Vereen. Nederl. 1664. 4to. (Asher No. 322.) 

{State of the present differences between the En- 
glish and Dutch E. and W.-I. Comp.) 

774 Dntch W. I. Company erected. Emble- 
matical plate: the various Dutch Trade-Compa- 
nies, viz. the E. I. Comp., the W. I. Comp., that 
to the North, and to the Levant, represented each 
by a female, receiving tribute from all parts of 
the world. Etched plate (by Romeyn de Hooghe). 
Ig. sq. 4". 2.50 

775 The flag of the Company, used in its Co- 
lonies and on its fleet, bearing the interlaced ini- 
tials G. W. C. {Geoctroyeerde W est-lndischc Com- 
pagnie.) — Dutch engrav. Coloured, sq. 8". 2. — 

776 CJoncept tot veroveringe en verdelinge van 
de Spaensche West-lndien tusschen Hollant en 
Engelant. (1707.) MS. 8 pp. fol. 2.50 

{Project for conquering and division of the Spa - 
nish West-Indies., between Holland and England.) 

777 Conditien door Burgemeesteren van Amster- 
dam, volgens 'tgemaeckte accoordt met de West- 
Ind. Comp. . . . gepresenteert aen alle de gene 
die als Coloniers na Nieuw-Nederiandt willen ver- 
trekken. Arast., E. Meuwenhof. 1656. 4to. 20.— 

{Conditions offered by the Burgomasters of Am- 
sterdam, according to the agreement with the West- 
India Comp., to all those who will go as colonists 
to New-Netherland.) 

This edition slightly differs from that behind : van 
der Donck's Description of New-Netherland. 

778 The same. Amst., J. Banning, 1656. 4to. 

Nearly uncut. (Asher No. 337.) 20.— 

A very rare and most important document, trans- 
lated by O'Callaghan II, p. 328. 

779 Conditien. The same. Amst., Wed. J. Banning, 
1659. 4to. (Asher No. 338.) 30.— 

These new Conditions offer very considerable chan- 
ges from those, published in 1656, and are of the 
same, if not greater rarity. A comparison of both 
may be found in Asher. 

780 Conduct (The) of the Dutch, relating to their 
Breach of treaties vrith England, particul. their 
breach of capitulation, for the surrender of Suri- 
nam in 1667 and their oppressions committed upon 
the Engl, subjects of that colony, with a full ac- 
count of the case oi Jer. Clifford, late Merchant 
and Planter of Surinam, etc. London, 1760. 8vo. 
220 pp. In red morocco, richly tooled, but binding 
cracked. Very rare. 10. — 

This scandalous pamphlet is issued by the descen- 
dants of a certain Jer. Clifford, in 1760, in order 
to get at last abolition of a sentence pronounced in 
Jan. 1692 against Clifford by the Council of Snri- 
nam for mutiny, condemning him to the cord (to 
be hanged). That sentence was mitigated to 7 years' 
imprisonment and at last entirely remitted. 

781 Connecticut (Map of) by D. F. Sotzmann. Ham- 
burg, C. E. Bohn. 1796. sq. fol. 44 by 36. — Co- 
loured, 1.50 

782 Connecticut. — The Political Greenhouse 
for the year 1798. Addressed to the readers of the 
Connecticut-Courant, January 1st 1799. Published 
according to Act of Congress. Hartford, Printed by 
Hudson & Goodwin (1799.) td. uncut. 8vo. 7.50 

In verses. Very rare, not mentioned by Rich nor 
by Sabin, under the heading Connecticut. 

783 Consideratie over de tegenwoordige ghele- 
gentheydt van Brasil. In twee Deelen gestelt. Int 
eerste werdt aenghewesen op wat maniere men 
aldaer alles beter coop sal connen hebben, ende 
wat voordeelen aldaer uyt staen te verwachten. 
Int tweede deel ofte profijtelgcker is dat sulcx 
geschiede door de Compagnie selfs, ende hare 
Dienaers alleen, ofte door Particuliere. Alles met 
redenen bevesticht . . . Amst., 1644. 4to. (Asher 
N». 184.) 5.— 

{Considerations on tie present situation of Bra- 
sil; in two parts : The first showing how one may 
have every thing there much eheaptr, arui what 
advantages may be derived therefrom; The second, 
whether it be better thit this should be done by 
the Company alone and by her servants or by pri- 
vate Persons. All proved by good reasons, eic. 

784 Consideration op de Nadere Memorie van 
het nemen der schepen van deezen Staat door de 
Engelschen ; uitgeg. onder den tytel van : De Vrye 
Vaart en Handel, etc. 'tHage, 17158. fol. 1.50 

{Considerations on the second Memorial on the 
prizes made by the English on vessels of this State, etc.) 

785 Constitutie voor de Vereenigde Staeten van 
Amer., den 17 Sept. 1787. "('s Grav. 1791.) 8vo. 2.50 




{CoHsiitutioH of the United States of America, 

786 Constitutie. The same. — Annexed-. De Fran- 
ache Constitutie van 1791. Ibid. 1791. 8vo. 2.75 

787 Dc Constitutie der Republiek Colombia, 

met het decreet betrekiiel. de afschaffing der sia- 
verny. Anist. 1822. 8vo. 1.25 

{Constitution of Colombia, with decree on aboli- 
tion of Slaverni/.) 

788 Constitutions of the United States of Ame- 
rica, the Declaration of Independence, etc. Tren- 
ton, 1813. skeep. am. 8vo. (a few wormholes.) — 

789 The American's guide compris. the Decla- 
ration of Independence; the Articles of Confede- 
ration; the Constitution of the U. S., and the 
Constitations of the several states composing the 
Union. Philad. 1828. Sheep. 12mo. 1.— 

790 Constitutions of the several States of the 

Union and United States, including the Declara- 
tion of Independence and Articles of Confedera- 
tion. Nevf York, 1852. clolh. Svo. (7.20) 2.— 

791 des treize Etats-Unis deU'Amerique. 

Paris, 1792. 2 vols. sd. uncut. Svo. ~ 2.— 

792 De la Croix, Constitutions dcs princi- 

paux etats de I'Europe et dcs Etats-Unis del'Ame- 
rique. Paris, 1791—1801. 6 vols. /4/. c«^/. Svo. 4.— 

Complete copies are rather scarce. — The 2d vo- 
-Inmc (pp. 321 — 385) contains the constitutioD of the 
United States of America. 

793 Verzameling van de Constitutien derVer- 

een. Staaten van Araerika, benevens de acte van 
onafhankeiykheid, enz. Uit het Engelsch en 
Fransch vert. Dordrecht, 1781—82. 2 vols. sd. 
uncut. Svo. 3.50 

{Collection of the Constitution of the United 
States, with the act of independence, etc.) 

794 Constitution federal de los Estados Unidos 
Mexicanos (Mexico.) 1824. calf gilt, gilt edges, sm. 
fol. 3.— 

Official edition, "imprenta del Supremo Gobieruo 
de los Estados- Uuides Mexicanos ea palacio." 

795 Constituoion del Estado de Venezuela. 4a edi- 
tion. Caracas, 1842. hf. calf. 18mo. 1.50 

796 Constitution of the French Republic ... by 
the National Convention. Translat. Philadelphia 
B. Franklin Bache. 1795. Svo. uncut. 1.50 

797 Cook (James) Voyages autour du monde. Trad, 
de I'Angl. Paris, 1774 — 89. 14 vol. numerous maps 
and plates, calf gilt. 4to. 15. — 

Fine complete set of Capt. Cook's Three Voyages, 
Tiz : Uawkesworth's Voyages daus rhemisphere meri- 
dional; — Voyage dans I'hemisphere austral et au- 
tour da monde; — Troisieme voyage ^ I'Ocean Pa- 
cifique, etc. — Vie du Capit. Cook, par Kippis. — 
All uniformly bound in old calf gilt. 

798 An Account of the voyages undertaken for 

making discoveries ia the Southern Hemisphere, 


by Byron, Wallis, Carteret, Cook, drawn up by 
Banks, publ. by J. Hawkesworlh. Lond., 1773. 3 vols. 
— Voyage towards the South Pole and round 
the world in the years 1772—75, by J. Cook. 
With Capt. Furneaux's narrative. Ibid. 1784. 
2 vols. — Together 5 vols, calf uniform, many pla- 
tes and maps. 4to. 12. — 
These two works must be kept together, forming 
a complete accouut of Cook's first and second voyage. 

799 Cook (James), J. Hawkesworth, Voyages 
de decouvertes dans Ihemisphere meridional, execu- 
tes par Byron, Carteret, Wallis et Cook. Redigee 
par Banks. Trad, de I'Angl. Paris, 1774. 4 vols. 
Af. calf, 52 maps and plates. 4to. 5. — 

Account of Cook's first voyage. 

800 The same. Amst., 1774. 4 vols. hf. calf, 

uncut, 52 plates and maps. 4to. 5. — 

The same Paris edition, as the preceding No., 
only with a new title, and a privilege of the States 
General to the Dutch publisher, and a very curious 
preface of them about their promises of this work, 
its price, etc. 

801 Voyage dans I'hemisphere austral, et au- 
tour du monde, 1772—75, dans lequel on ains^rS 
la relation du Capt. Furneaux et celle de M. For- 
ster. Trad, de I'Angl. Paris, 1778. 5 vols, calf 
gilt, many maps and plates. 4to. 5. — 

Account of Cook's 2 voyage. — The 5th vol. 
of this French edition contains: Forster, Observa- 
tions sur la geographic, Thist. natur. etc. faites pen- 
dant le second voyage de Cook. — In English this 
has been published separately; it is not included in 
the above J^Jo. 798. 

802 Reizen naar den stillen Oceaan en rondom 

de wereld, vertaald door J. D. Pasteur. Leyden, 
1797—1803. 13 vols. Svo. hf. calf aud Atlas of 
133 plates and maps. hf. bd.. fol. (40. — ) 10. — 

{Voyage to the Pacific Ocean and r^und the 

803 Reizen van een matroos met Capt Cook, 

gedaan rondom de waereld, met een geschiedenia 
van alle de zeereizen rondom de waereld. Ara- 
sterd., 1796. sd. uncut. Svo. 1. — 

{Voyages of a sailor with Capt. Cook round the 
world : with a history of all the voyages round 
the world.) 

804 Death of Captain J. Cook. Webber px., 

Engraving by Bartolozzi and Byrne, sq. fol. 1.— 

805 [Oookman (G. Q.)), Het vergaan der stoom* 
boot De President. Amsterd. (1851). with plate. 
Svo. 1.— 

{Shipwreck of the Sleamer The President', diary 
found in a bottle, on the coast of Cape Breton.) 

806 Cooley (W.) Gesehiedenis der aardrijkskundige 
ontdekkingen. Uit het Eng. met aanteek. v. d. 
vertaler (N. G. v. Kampen.) Haarl., 1835—37. 4 vols. 
id. uncut. Svo. 2.50 

{History of the geograph. discoveries from the 
earliett timet tiU the prttent daf.) 



807 Cooper (Thorn.) Renseignements sur I'Ame. 
rique. Trad, de lAngl. Paris, Maradan, 1795. td. 
mcut, map of the United States. 8vo. 1.25 

Treating principally of Pennsylvania. 

808 Cooper, William, American Botanist. — 
A. L. S., in French, to Mr. M. C. van Hall in 
Amsterdam, dat. N. Y, Dec. 29, 1830. 1 p. 40. 


809 Copernicus (NiC.) De revolutionibus orbium 
coelestiura, libri VI. Norimbergao, apud Jo. Petreum, 
1543. figures in woodcut, ortiamenied initials, origi- 
nal binding in vellum, sm. iol. — Fine and large 
copy. 50.— 

„FiEST AKD rart;st editiok of this cc^lebrated 
"Work." {Libri.) — See Fol. 2: "Magis id erit cla- 
rum, si adduntur insulae" etc. Harrisse [N". 241.] 
cites only a copy in the British Museum. 

810 Copies or Extracts of the Despatches from the 
Governor of Britsh Guiana, showing the state of 
the dispute between the Combined-Court and the 
Governor. 1849. 200 pagg. fol. 1.50 

811 Coreal (Fr.) Voyages aux Indes Occidental es 
en 1666—97. Trad, de I'Espagnol. Avcc une rela- 
tion de la Guiane de Walter Raleigh etle voyage 
de Narborough a la Mer du Sud par le Detroit 
de Magellan. Amsterd., J. Fr. Bernard, 1722. 3 vols. 
hf. bd. uncut, maps and plates. 8vo. 8. — 

812 Cornells Claesz v. Purmerent, Journael of 
O. Ind. Reysbeschryvinge, verbal, het belegeren 

'"v. Mosambiecke en Goa met h. veroveren v. d. 

' Portug. Schepen. Arast., G. v. Goedesbergen, 1651. 

4to. (Tiele No. 208.) 15.— 

{Journal or account of a voyage to E. /., tiar- 

'{ ' rating the siege of Mosamb. and Goa, and the 

■ '•'■ capture of the Portug. ships.) 

Fine and tall copy in original state, stitched with 
wrapper. With 1 p'. numbered : 4. Complete. Bound 
up with M. V. d. Broeck's voyage. 

This voyage is made under P. v. Caerden (see 
N". 554,55), but this journal is kept by Corn. Claesz, 
pilot of an other ship of the fleet. — It is printed 

.f in the same year and by the same publisher as 

— . M. V. d. Broeck's History of the revolt of the 

■«i^ Portuguese against the Dutch in Brazil (J^^ N". 478), 
and although both books bear no relation to each- 
other, and each has a separate title and paging, yet 
Claesz' journal is nearly always found bound up behind 
that of V. d. Broeck, and the only plate belonging to 
the Journal of Claesz, is numbered 4, forming a conti- 

•'" nuation of pi. 1 to 3 in v. d. Broeck. 

8131 The same, without v. d. Broeck's Jour- 
nal; no plate. 5. — 
814 Cornuti (J.) Canadensium plantarum, aliarum- 
que nondum editorum historia. Paris., 1662. calf, 
plates. 4to. 17.— 
//Cornntus was never in Canada. The plants de- 
scribed by him were observed in the gardens of Paris. 
The figures are very good... He deserves the credit 
of having described about 40 American plants for 
the first time." Rich. 


The first edition was published in 1635. — The 
work of Cornutus is the first specifically botani 
book on America. — Rare. 

815 Cornwallls (K.), The new El Dorado; 
British Columbia. 2d edit. Lond. 1858. m^ip and 
plate, cloth. 8vo. . 1.50 

816 Cornwallis surrenders his army. French engra- 
ving by P. C. Marillier.Vf ith French text. sm. 4". 1.50 

817 Correspondance politique de I'Europe. Par 
une Societe de Gens de Lettres. (Amsterd.) 1780. 
3 parts. 8vo. 2. — 

On the war in America, etc. 

818 Cortes, Pern. — Esta es vna carta que el 
muy ilustre Senor D. Hernando Cortes, Marqnes 
que luego fue el Valle, escriuio a la S. C. C. M. 
el Emperador... Fecha en la Gran Cibdad de 
Temistitan, Mexico, e la nueua: a XV diaa del 
mes e Octubre 8, M.D.XXIV. 12mo. 18.— 

Reprint in Gothic letters : Mexico 1865. Published 
by J. Garcia Icazbalceta. — Only 70 copies prin- 
ted, and entirely out of print. 

819 Cartas y relaciones al Emperador Carlos 

v., colegidas e ilustra 'as por H. Pascual de Gayan- 
gos. Paris, 1866. sd. roy. 8vo. 10. — 

Contains many documeuts of the highest impor- 
tance, which are here published for the first time. 

820 Correspondance avec TEmp. Charles-Quint 

sur la conquete du Mexique. Trad. p. de Flavigny. 
En Suisse, 1779. hf. calf. S". 2.— 

821 Brieven aan Karel V wegeng de verove- 

ring van Mexico. Amst. 1780. 2 vols With map. 
8vo. 2.50 

Dutch translation of the foregoing work. 

822 p. Cortez' interview with Montezuma. — 
Montezuma's cruelty to the Spaniards. 1519. — 
2 Eugrav. by P. van Gunst and J. C. Philips, sq. 
4°. — From : v. d. Aa, Collection of Voyages. 1. — 

823 Cosmographia, das ist: Warhaffte Beschrei- 
bung des Erdbodens, nemlich Europe, Asie, Aflfrice, 
vnd die nach Ptolemeo neuw erfundenen Insein 
Jmerice vnd Magellane (so jetzt die ueilwe {sic 
Welt genennt.) Franckfurt a. M., S. Feyerabe, 
1581. fol. 6.5 

A translation of the text of Ortelius' French Atlas, 
or perhaps a reprint of the text of the first German 
edition of OrteUus, 1572? 

824 Costume of the natives of Florida, Brazil and 
Paraguay. — 3 Engrav. by A. Melaer. fol. — 
Yvoxii : Hazart, Eist. of the World. 1667. 2.50 

825 Cotton (John), The Doctrine of the Church, 
to which are committed the Keys of the King- 
dome of Heaven. Second edit. Lond. 1643. 4to. — 
Rarissime. 5. — 

The author was "Teacher of the Church in Boston 
in New-Eugland." 

826 Coup d' oeil sur la Grande-Bretagne. Lond. 
(en HoU.) 1776. sd. uncut. 8vo. 1.50 

On the differences between EBgland and America. 

FrEDHRIK MuLliBB & €°.4 



827 Courant (Haarlemsohe). Haarlem. Joh. En- 

ichede S; Zooncn, 1 Jan. to 30 Dec. 1781. 155 Nos. 

fol. uncut 6. — 

Highly interesting annaal series ol this esteemed 
Newspaper, then published three times a week, and 
containing ample notices of the news concerning 
America and the war between Holland and Eng- 
land. — N". 1 contains the Declaration of War of 
England, 20 Dec. 1780. 

828 Covens, C, Handleiding tot de kennis enhet 
gebruik d. hemei- en aard-globen. Amst., 1802. 
plates. Ig. 8". 2.— 

{Manual for the knowledge and use of both globes.) 

829 Coxe (Tench) View of the United States of 
America, in a series of papers, written between 
1787 and 1794. Interspersed with authentic docu- 
ments. Philadelphia, W. Hall, 1794. calf. 8vo. 5.— 

Original edition. Scarce. 

830 Ck>xe (W.) Accoimt of the Russian discoveries 
between Asia and America. With the Conquest 
of Siberia, etc. 2d ed. corr. Lond. 1780. calf, 4 
folded maps. 4to. 2. — 

831 Los nouv. d^coavertes des Russes entre 

I'Asie et I'Amerique avec I'hist. des conquetes de 
la Siberie, etc. Paris, 1781. }yith maps and plates. 
4to. 1.50 

832 Die neuen Entdeckungen d. Russen zwi- 

schen Asien a. Amcrika. Nebst d. Gesch. d. P>- 
oberung Siberiens, etc. Frankf. 1783. IFith maps 
and plates. Svo. 1. — 

833 Crane (J. G. de) De Joanne Mauritio Nas- 
saviae Principe, cognomine Americano. (Groning.) 
1806. 4to. 1.— 

834 Cranz (D.) Historic von Gronland, enthalt. die 
Bebchreibung des Landes u. der Einwohner, ins- 
besond. die Geschichte der dortigcn Mission. Barby, 
1765. Af. calf, 8 plates and maps. 8vo. 2.50 

History of the Moravian mission in Greenland; 
bnt by far more valuable for the history, geography, 
natural history, the manners of the natives, etc., 
which fill pp. 1—400. — Page 277—290 cont. a 
treatise on the Greenlandish language, p. 1096 — 
1101, letters of natives, Greenlandish and German. 

835 Historic van Groenland. Haarl. or Amst., 

1767. 3 vols. sd. or bound, maps and plates. 8vo. 


Dntch translation of the preceding work, with 
12 plates and 2 maps. The maps are larger and 
more correct than in the original German edition. 

836 Hedendaagsche historic, of tegenwoordige 

staat van Groenland, en Straat Davids, benevens 
eene uitvoerige beschryving van de walvisch- en 
robbenvangst. Amst, 1786. 3 vols. hf. calf, maps 
and plates, 8vo. 2. — 

{The present Aisiory and state of Greenland and 
the Strait of Dacids, with an ample account of 
the whale- and seal-fishery .) 

Exactly the same work as the preceding, only the 
title reprinted. 


837 Cranz (D.) Fortaetzung von D. Cranzen Brii- 
der- Historic. Ir bis IVr Abschnitt. 1769—1801, 
Barby u. Gnadau. 1791—1816. 3 vols. bds. Svo. 

History of the Moravian Brethren and their vari- 
ous missions in North-America, West-India, Gron- 
land, Tranquebar, Ceylon, etc. etc. 

838 Crawfurd, William Harris, President of 
the U. S. Senate, 1812; Judge of the North Cir- ' 
cuit Court of Georgia 1827 — 34. — L. S. to J. 
Butler, dat. Treas. Departm. Dec. 16, 1822. 1 p. 
4». 1.50 

839 Crisp (Steven) De waerheydt triumpherende 
over valschheyt, in een antwoort op dertig val- 
sche beschuldigingen tegen bet volek Gods, Qua- 
kers genaemt. Amst., 1670. 4to. 1.75 

{Truth triumphing over falseliood, being a reply 
to 30 false accusations of the people of Ood, cal- 
led Quakers.) 

840 De Gronden en Oorsaecken van de ellende 

der Nederlanden ontdeckt, als medci de middelen 
van derselver herstellingen aangewezen. Amst., 
1670. 4to. 1.25 

{2 he foundations and causes of the misery of 
the Netherlands, and the means for their resto- 
ration {by Quakerism.) 

841 De oude waerheyd ontdekt, en het licht 

Jesu Christi, 't welk veele eeuwen verborgen beeft 
geweest, verhoogd, en wederom aan de mcnschen 
gepreedikt. Rotterdam, 1684. vellum. 4to. 6. — 

{The old truth discovered, and the light of 
J. Chr,, which was hidden during viany centuries^ 
held up and preached again to mankind.) 

A stont volume of 645 pp. contaiumg tracts, let- 
ters etc. by W. Penn, G. Pox, S. Crisp, P. Hen- 
dricks, G. Keith, W. Caton, W. Ames, J. Park, and 
others, collected and edited by Steven Crisp. After 
the preface of the editor isto be fonud a printed list 
of all the pieces of the collection. 

842 [Creveooeur, (H. H. John de)] Voyage 
dans la Haute Pennsylvanie et dans I'etat de 
New- York, par un niembre adoptit' de la nation 
Oneida. Trad, et public par lauteur des „Lettre8 
d'un Cultivateur Am^ricain." Paris, 1801. 3 vols. 
plates and maps, portr. of Washington, hf. cf. Svo. 

"Cet onvrage renferme de curienx details snr I'etat 
des peoples indigenes avant Tarrivee des Enrop&ns. 
II n'est pas une simple traduction, comme I'aunonce 
son titre, tnais bien Tonvrage original de John Cre- 
vecoenr." Leclerc. 

843 Agriculturist, author of the: Voyage en 

Pennsylvanie, 1801, etc., came to America 1754, 
French Consul at N. Y. 1783. — A. L. S. .au 
citoyen Maradan," dat. 18 Brumaire (1800?) 1 p. 
4«. 2.— 

On the publication of a work (probably his: 
Voyage dans la Haute Pennsylvanie.) 

844 A. L. 8. to the same, no date \ p. 4". 1.50 

Same labject. 



845 Crockett, Exploits and adventures in Texas, 
witli a topograph., histor. and polit. view of Texas. 
Lond., 1837. bds. 8vo. 1.— 

846 Cruelty of the Spaniards in the West Endies. 
1519. Dutch etching (school oi Romeinde Hoogke). 
sq. fol, 1.50 

847 Cuba, Jamaica smd St. Domingo (with sou- 
thern part of Florida). — [Amst. 1657.] — 34. fol. 
51 by 41. — Coloured. Dutch text on verso. 2.50 

848 Cuba, Hispaniola, Jamaica, etc. Amst., R. et 

J. Ottens (about 1756). sq. fol. 58 by 50 — Co- 
loured. 2.50 

This map, including Central America, the coast 
of Florida, etc. was published on account of the war 
1756 — 63, as is indicated by the Dutch title. 

849 Cuba, St. Domingo, Jamaica and the Isth- 
mus of Panama. Amst., R. el J. Ottens. (about 
1760). 2 sheets, fol. Together 55 by 85. ~ Co- 
loured. 4. — 

With separate plans of Havana, St. Domingo, and 
St. Augustio, with their harbours. Besides indica- 
tions on the route and on the traffic of ships, etc. 

850 Cuba and Martinique. 3 maps by G. Rol- 

los. (about 1780). sq. 4". 24 by 17. 1.— 

851 Cunha de Azevedo Ooutinho (J. J. du) 

Ensaio economico sobro Comercio de Portugal 
e suas Colonias. Lisboa, 1794. sd. uncut. 4to. 1.80 
852 Political essay on the commerce of Por- 
tugal and her colonies, partic. of Brasil. Transl. 
from the Poring. Lond., 1801. bds. uncut. 8vo. 1. — 

853 Ueber Brasilien und Portugals Handel mit 

seine Kolonien. Aus dera Portug. Ubers. von K. 
Murhard. Hamb,, 1808. 8vo. 1.— 

854 Curagao with plan of Fort Amsterdam and 
St. Anna's Bay. Amst., G. v. Keulen (about 1720). 
fol. 59 by 5'i. I.— 

855 Map of the Island, with indication of the 

plantations, separate plan of the city and harbour, 
etc. Amst., G. Eulst v. Keulen, 1836. Large sq. 
fol. 60 by 61. — Coloured. 1,50 

856 The Island, with separate map of the Ca- 

raibs and plan of Fort Amsterdam. (1826). sq. 
fol. 51 by 36. 1.50 

867 2 Difterent views on the harbour and town. 

Drawn on the spot by R. F. van Raders, 2 fine 
coloured aquatints by fF. R. Hoogkamer. (1820). 
Ig. sq. fol. 6.— 

858 The Lutheran Church at Cura§au. Dutch 

engraving with address of B. Mourik. (1750). sm. 
40. 1.— 

859 Explosion of the Dutch man of war: Al- 

pken in the harbour of Curasao, 1778 by J. Punt. 
sq. fol. 2.— 

860 Same plate, later impression, with address : 

P. Conradi. 1787. sq. fol. 1.— 

861 — — Same subject. Different disposition, by 
S. lokke. sm. aq. fol. 1.— 

862 Curacao, Same engrav. Proof hef.aUlett.i. 

863 Same subject. Differ, disposition, by S. 

Fokke. sm. 4". — .50 

864 Funeral procession at Curasao, in honor 

of the killed by the explosion of the /l/^/^«i. Dutch 
engrav., with addr. B. Mourik. 4". 1.50 

865 — — Reglement op het beleid van de regeriug 
... op Curasao, 's Grav. 1815. 8vo. 1. — 

866 Ontwerp-reglement op het beleid der rege- 

ring in de kolonie Curagao. (s Grav. 18^0?) 8vo. 

{Proj ect-regulation of the government in the co- 
lony of Curafao.) 

867 Catechismo pa uso di Catolicanan di Cu- 
rasao. — Catechisraus ten gebruike der Katholy- 
ken van Curasao, door M. Joh. Niewindt. Curasao 
(1840?) 157 pp. 8vo. — Very scarce. 5.— 

Text in the language of Curafao (Papiement) with 
the Dutch at the opposite pages. 

868 Qurita (Geron.) Anales de la corona de Ara- 
gon (714—1516.) Qaragossa, 1610-21. 7 vols. 
calf. fol. 5 

Best edition; very rare. — Vol. V. VIcompr 
the years 1492 — 1516, and contain some communi 
cations on America: Del descubrimiento de las Islas 
del Oceano Occidental que llama os Indias. (Fo/. V. 
Chapt. 13.) — De la diferencia que se movio entre 
los reves de Castilla y Portugal sobre el nuevo des- 
cubrimiento del mar Oceano del Occidente. {Ibid. 
Chapt. 25.) — De la concordia que se assento sobre 
el descubrimiento de las islas y tierra firma del 
Oceano Occidental {Ibid. Chapt. 29.) etc. — The 
7th volume contains the general index. 

869 Lanuza (V . Blasco de) Historias eccle- 

siast. y secutares de Aragon, en que se continuan 
los annaies de ^urita, y tiempos de Carlos V. con 
historias ecclesiast. antiquas y moderuas. Qara- 
gOQa, 1622. 2 vols, in 1. vellum, fol. Fine copy. 

This valuable and very rare work (a Supplement 
to Curita down to 1618) contains Vol. I. pag. 70 — 
74 a Narrative of the discovery of America by Co- 
lumbus; pag. 183 — 67 a Narrative of the voyages 
of Hernando de Magellaues, etc. 

870 Dagboek van het Britsch Ministerie, scdert 
het begin der N. Americ. onlusten . . . Uit het 
Eng. . . . door Will. Pen, Secundus. Amst., 1781. 
1 plate. 8vo. ' 1.50 

{Diary of the British Ministry, since the begin- 
ning of the N. American troubles (3 Jan. — 7 April). 

A poUtical satire under the name of W. Penn, 
by Elis. Wolff and Agatha Deken. 

871 Daggett, David, Senator and Chief-Justice 
1832—34. — A. L. S. to E. Mills, Senator, dat. 
New-Haven, Jan. 7, 1824. 1 p. 40. 1.50 

872 Dalmas, Hist, de la revolution de St. Domin- 
gne (1789 — 93); suiv. d'un raemoire s. le r6tablis- 
sement de la colonic. Paris, 1814. 2 vols. bds. 
8vo. 2.50 





A corner of the title and of the 10 first pagg. 
torn off. 

873 Damrymple (Alex.) An historical collection 
of the several v >yases and disi'overies in the South 
Pacific Ocean. Lond. 1770— 71. 2 vols, in 1. ^oarrfj. 
WitA many maps and platft. large 4to. 5. — 

The 1st vol. of this very interesting book, con- 
tains a literal translation of the Spanish writers ; the 
2d the Dutch voyai^es (of Schoiiten and le Maire, 
A. J. Tasinau and J. lloggeveen.) With index to 
both vols. 

874 Voyasres dans la Mcr dii Sa.l, par lea Es- 

pagnols et les HoUandols (1520-1722.) Trad, de 
I'Angl. p. M. de Fr«^ville. Paris, 1774. calf, Zmapt. 
8vo. 2.— 

French translation of the preceding. 

875 [Dairy tnple (J.)] Les droits de la Grande 
Bretafjne ctablis centre los pr(5tensions dcs Ame- 
ricains . . . Trad, de I'Angl. . . . par (A. F. J.) 
Freville. La Haye, 1776. Bvo. sd. uncut. 1.25 

876 Dalton (H. G.) History of British Guiana, 
Tijojnprising a general description of the colony 
'tvith an account of its climate, geology, natural 

history, etc. London, 1855. 2 vols, cloth, maps and 
plates. 8vo. 9. — 

877 Dampier (Will.) Nieuwe Reystogt rondora de 
Waerclil, waarin ouistandiglyk besclireven wor- 
den de landengte van Anierlka, verscheydene kns- 
ten en evlanden in Westindie, Chili, Peru, Mcxiko, 
enz. (1676—91.) Uit het Eng. 'sGravenh., 1698— 
1700. 2 vols, or 3 parts in 1. vellum, maps and 
plates. 4t0. 4. — 

(A'rtP vdyaqe round the world, wherein are mi- 
nutely described the Isthmus of Jmerica, various 
coasts and islands in the If^est-Indies, Chili, Peru, 
Mexico, etc.) 

The 2d vol. is divided into 2 parts, the last of 
which contains a description of the Isthmus of i)a- 
rien, by L. Wafer. 

878 Derde deel van W. Dampiers Reystogt 

rondoin de Werreld, behelz. zyne reystogt na 
Nieuw-Holland in 't jaar 1699. Uit hot Eng. 
's Grav., 1704. sd. uncut, maps and plates. Ho. 1. — 

{Third part of IF. Vampier's voyage round the 
world, cont. his voyage to New- Holland in 1699.) 

This forms, together with the preceding, a com- 
plete copy of the first Dutch edrtion of Dampier's 

879 The same. New edition, with the voyage 

to New-Holland. Ainsterd., 1716—17. 4volb inl. 
vellum, maps and plates, 4to. 3. — 

880 The same. New edition. Nymegen, 1772. 

4 vols, in 1. hf. calf, maps and plates. 4to. 2.-- 

881 The same edition. 4 vols, in 3. sd. uncut. 

Large paper. 3.50 

882 Nieuwe reize naa de Zuidzee, en verder 

rondom de Waereld, in 1708—11. In 't Eng. door 
fF. Rogers. Amsterd., 1715. vellum, maps and pla- 
tes. 4to. 2.— 


(New voyage to the South -Sea and further round 
the world,' in 1708-11 ) 

»To this work, written in the style of a plain, 
blunt sailor, and full of correct information, parti- 
cularly relative to the nimierons islands iu the Pacific 
Ocean, Cook, Byron, and others have been greatly 
indebted." Lowndes. 

883 Dampier (Q.) Nouv. Voyage autonr dn Monde, 
oil Ton decrit en particulicr I'lslhme de I'Amfi- 
rique, etc. (Trad, de TAngl.) 1701. 2 vols, 
et Suppl(5m. — Id. Voyage aux Terres Australes, 
avec les voyages de Wood, Sharp, i'Xc. lb., 1712. — 
Id. Le roeme, avec le Voyage de L. Wafer, con- 
ten, la description de I'lsthrae de Darien, etc. 
lb., 1735. — Together 3 vols in 3, calf, many maps 
and plates. 8vo. 5. — 

884 Dana, Daniel, President of Dartmouth Uni- 
versity. 1820. — A. L. S. to Governor Bell, dat. 
Londonderry, Dec. 30, 1822. 1 p. 4o. 1.50 

On preparing a sermon for the ensuing election. 

885 [Dana (R. H.)], Twee jaren voor den mast. . . 
Zeereia naar de Noord-West-Kust van Araerika. 
Uit h. Eng. Dev. 1842. 2 vols. sd. 8vo. 1.50 

{2'wo years before the mast.) 
Voyage to the North- West-Const of America. From 
the Engl. 

886 Danckers, J., Atlaa. Amsterdam, (about 1680). 
hf. calf. fol. 20.— 

Contains 75 coloured maps, amongst which Map 
of the Globe, General map of America, West-Indian 
Islands, New Netherland on which the view of New 
Amsterdam, with Danckers' address and inscription: 
Nieuw-Yorck. {See Asher's List N». 19.) 

887 Atlas. Amst. (about 1680). bds. fol. 12.— 

Contains 30 plain maps, 3 of which of America: 

New- Netherland with view of New-. Amsterdam, etc. 
all the same as in the foregoing nninber. 

888 Dans, Nathan, Member of Congress 1785— 
88, distinguished author on Amcr. Law. 1823 — 
29. — A. L. S. to Th. Dwight, dat. N. Y.,Sept. 
14, 1788. 1 p. fol. 1.50 

State -affairs. 

889 Daniel (L.) La guerre aux Etats-Unis. Paris, 
1862. map. 8vo. —.90 

890 Dapper (O.) Collection of Voyages and de- 
scription of foreign countries in Dutch, by Dapper 
and others. No collective title. Amsterdam, 1669 — 
1729. 13 vols, vellum or calf. fol. 40.— 

Contains the following works, each of 800 to 1200 
pages, all with a large number of maps and plates: 
Montanus (A.) Beschryvinge van America en het 

Zuidland. Amst., 1671. 

— Gezautschappen der O. I. Maatschappy in 't Ver- 
een. Nederland, naar Japan. lb. 1669. 

Nieuhof (J.) Brasiliaansche Zee- en Lantreize bene- 
vens Beschryv. van Nederl. Brazilie. lb. 1682. 

— Gezantschap d. Nederl. O. I. Compagnie naar 
China, lb. 1670. 

Baldaeus (C.) Beschryvinge van Malabar, Choro- 



inandel en Ceylon; en ean Malabar. Spraakkonst. 

lb. 1672. 
Kaempfer, Beschryving v. Japan. Uit h. Eng. v. 

J. G. Seheuchzer. 's Hage, 1729 or 1733. 
Dapper (O.) 2e en 3e Gezantschap naar China, en 

Beschryvinge van Sina. lb. 1670. 

— Asia, of Beschryvinge van hct Ryk des Grooten 
Mogols. lb. 1672. 

— Beschryvinge van de Afrikaensche Gewesten. 
2d edition. lb. 1676. 

— Beschryvinge van Syria en Palestina etc. lb. 1677. 

— Beschryvinge van Mesopotainie, Babylonie, Assy- 
rie, Kl. Asie. lb. 1680. 

— Beschryvinge der Eylanden in den Archipel der 
Middel. Zee. lb. 1688. 

— Beschryvinge van Morea, etc. lb. 1688. 

891 Dapper (O.) The same. Large paper, old gilt 
calf. — Very fine copy. 60. — 

A fine set,, but wanting Kaempfer's Japan. 

892 Darien. — Koddige Reisbeschrijving naar Da- 
rien, (12 Aug. 1681 till 25 Jan. 1682.) Contem- 
porary Manuscript, copied by P. v. d. Schelling. 
U pp. fol. 27.50 

(Comical Voyage to Darien.) 

Under this title is here a serious and very inte- 
resting account of a Voyage in 1681 of a Dutch 
fleet to the gulf of D:irien, the arrival at St. Pedro 
and the Capture of a Spanish ship; the exploits on 
the river St. Jago and the conquering of the city 
of Puna; arrival at aud description of Truxillo (battle 
with the Spaniard) ; at Callao de Lima, Baldivia, 
Castro; description of Chili, Terra del Fuego and 
Staateu-Iand, etc. 

This journal has, besides the exact description of 
the voyage and of the countries visited, a special 
interest for the history of the discovery of Terra 
del Puego by Barthol. da Fonte, whose voyage to 
the North West of America has been so often dis- 
puted, and whose visit to Terra del Fuego should 
be fancied. 

893 Darinel. — La Sphere des deuxmondea, cora- 
posee en Francois, par Darinel, pasteur des Ama- 
dis. Avec un Epithalame, qne le raesrae auteur 
a faict, sur les nopces et inariage de . . . Don 
Philippe Roy d' Angleterre etc. Coramente, glose 
et enrichy <ic plusieurs fables poeticqiiea, par G{il- 
les) B{oilleaa) D[e) JB{uiUon.) Anvers, /. Richart, 
1555. figures and 17 tnaps in woodcut, ids. 4to. 
The first leaves somewhat stained by water, the 
margins of the last leaf partly cut oft ; else a very 
good copy. 67.50 

Very rare and interesting. This cosmographic 
poem, little known, has as the end 17 curious geo- 
graphical maps, one of America, with the Strait of 
Magellanes, and named at the top: "Peru. Brevis 
exact, totius Novi Orbis ejusq. insalorum descripiio 
recens a Joan. Bdlero edita.'" Besides these and 
the map of the World, there are maps of Sarmatia, 
Sarm. Moscovia, Brevis exactaque Moscoviae des- 
criptio (large folding map), Hongrie, etc. etc. with 
a verset on each in the text. 

A copy sold at the Sobolewski Library, Leipsic 
1873, for 101 Thaler. 

894 Darwin (Ch.) Journal of researches into the 
natural history and geology of the countries visi- 
ted during the voyage of H. M. S. Beagle round 
the world. 2d ed. with additions. Lond. 1845. 
fif. calf. sm. 8vo. 3.50 

895 Daum (G. C.) Eene Nederlandsch-Amerikaan- 
sche stoomvaart- en spoorwegverbinding-maat- 
schappij. 's Gravenh. 1870. 8vo. —.75 

{On a Society for Dutch-American steam-naviga- 
tion and railway-connexion.) 

896 Dauvion Lavaysse (J. J.), Voyage aux ilea 
de Trinidad, do Tabago, de la Marguerite, et dans 
Venezuela. Paris, 1813. 2 vols. sd. 2 maps. 8vo. 


897 Reise nach den [nseln Trinidad, Tabag<^ 

u. Margaretha, so wie in Venezuela. Uebcrs. von^ 
E. A. W. V. Ziramerraann, 1816. map, hf. calf. 




898 Davenport, James, Amer. Statesman, dis^j 
tinguished Member of Congress 1796—99.— A.L.T 
to Sam. M. Hopkins of N. Y., dat. Stamford, Julj 
21, 1796. 2 pp. 4". 3.- 

Requests Mr. H. to dispose by sale in Europe 
46.000 acres of land in Virginia. 

899 Dawson (A. B.) The Sons of Liberty in New^ 
York. A paper read before the N. Y. Historiea^B 
Society. (N. York,) 1859. 8vo. 3.50fl 

Printed, as Manuscript, for private circulation. 

900 Day, Jer., distinguished Mathematician, Pres. 
of Yale-College 1817—46. - A. L. S. to Rev. 
Edw. D. Griffin, dat. Yale-Coll. Nov. 2, 1818. 
1 p. 4". 1.- 

901 Dean (H.) Hocus Pocus; or tl>e whole art of 
Legerdemain, in perfection. Philadelphia, printed 
for Mathew Gary, 1795. bds. 1 plate, woodcuts, sm. 
8vo. — Rare. 4. — 

902 Declaration des Ambassadeurs d'Espaigne, 
touchant une brefve pour Portugal. Miinster, 1647. 
4to. Uncut. French and Dutch. Not in Asher's Essay. 


903 Dedel (G.), Disput. jurid.-politica de Coloniis, 
Lugd. Bat. 1826. sd. uncut. 4to. Large paper. 1.75 

904 The same. 8vo. 1.— 

905 Deductie van d. Ambass. v. Portugael, dat 
den vrede tusschen Z. M. en de Staaten Gener. 
in de deelen des werelts buyten Europa zjjn be- 
gin mocht nemen op den 25 Oct. 1662. 's Grav. 
1663. 4to. 1.50 

{Deduction of the Ambass. of Portugal, that the 
peace between II. Maj. and the States Oener. might 
begin in the extra-European parts of the world 
the 25 Oct. 1662.) 

906 Deductie van den representant. . . van de West- 
Ind. Comp. over de saake van Isequcbo en Demerari. 
1767. {Deduction of the representative of the West- 





Ind. Comp, on the ttate of Esiequeho and Berne' 
rary.) With other official documents relating to 
the a£fairs of these colonies, 1765 — 72. 4 parts, 
fol. 3.— 

907 [De Foe (D.)] Des welt-beruhmten Engellan- 
ders Robinson Crusoe Leben uud gantz unge- 
raeine Begebenheiten, insond. da er 28 Jahre lang 
auf einer unbewohnten Insul auf d. American. 
Kttste gelebt hat. Franckf. n Lcipz. 1720. plates, 
bds. 8vo. slightly stained; one plate damaged. 7.50 

First German edition, very scarce. The original 
English was published; London. 1719. 

908 Delacoste (J. C.) Geschiedk. en waar verhaal 
dor gebeurtenissen, welke in de Colonic Demerary 
by en zedert het vertrek van Baron van Gro- 
vestins hebben piaats gehad. Uit h. Fransch d. 
C. Hitters, 's Hage, (1798.) 2 vols. sd. 8«. 2.50 

{Historical and true account of the events in 
Demerary., at the departure of Baron van Grooe- 
stins. Transl. from the FrencK). 

909 Delano (Amasa) Narrative of voyages and 
travels in both hemispheres, comprising three 
voyages round the world, etc. Boston, 1817. calf, 
portr., map and plates, the last leaf slightlij dama- 
ged. 8vo. 3.50 

Comprising voyages to Chili, Peru, the Sandwich 
Islands, Mew- Holland, the West-Indies etc. 

910 Della-Cella (P.) Voyage de Tripoli de Bar- 
barie aux frontieros Occident, de I'Egvpte, 1817. 
Trad, de I'ltal. (Extr. Paris, 1823.) Notes MSS., 
map and fyg. drawn, hf. cloth. 8vo. 1.25 

911 [DellonI Aanraerkeiyk historisch verhaal van 
de inquisitie der Portugeesen in Goa. Middelbnrg, 
1688. vellum, plates. 12mo. 1.50 

{Important historical account of the Inquisition 
of the Portuguese at Goa.) 

912 Del Rio u. Minutoli, Besehreibung einer 
alten Stadt in Guatimala entdekt. Berlin, 1832. 
Only the Atlas of 14 plates, fol. o'ol. 2.75 

913 Demerara and Essequebo Vade-Mecnm; cont. 
the principal Laws and Jiegulatiou of the united 
Colony, and miscellaneous articles of local impor- 
tance, Georgetown, 1825. cloth. 12mo. 1.50 

914 The same, with Addenda contain, the laws 

and regulations from May 1825—28. Ibid. 1828. hf. 
el. 12mo. 1.75 

915 Demerary, formerly Iramerary, by L. L. van 
Bercheyck. (Amst., H. de Leth 1740.) Large sq. 
fol. 100 by 44. — Coloured. 6.— 

With indication of the sugar-mills and of the 
productions. — In the under-margin a list of the 
plantations, the number of acres and the names of the 
proprietors. — This colony belonged to the Dutch 
till 1815, when it was ceded to England. 

916 Same map, later edition, with a special 

survey of the coast. 5. - 

917 Demeunier, I'Am^rique Independantc, on ies 
differentes Constitutions des 13 provinces des 


Etats-Unis. Av. I'histoire de chaqoe province, et 
des remarques sur Ies constitutions, la population, 
Ies finances, etc. Gand, 1790. 4 vols. sd. uncut. 
8vo. 3.— 

The 4th volame, being a supplement, is often 

wanting; it treats exclusively of New-York and 


918 Denys (Nic) Geograph. en histor. Beschrjj- 
ving der Kusten van Noord-Araerica, met de na- 
tuurljjke Hist, des Landts. Amsterd., 1688. 4to. 

3. — 
{Geograph. and histor. description of the coasts 

of North- America, with the natural history of the 


This work is properly the 2d part of: Hennepin, 

Beschrijving van Louisiana, on the title of which 

it is mentioned ; but it has a separate title, new 

pagination and signature. 

919 Depons, (F.), Voyage a la partie orient, de 
la Terre Ferme dans I'Amfirique Meridion. cont. 
le Caracas, etc. 1801—4. Paris, 1806. 3 vols. td. 
map and plans. 8vo. 1.50 

920 Des Barres (J. F. W.) Nautical remarks and 
observations on the coast and harbours of Nova- 
Scotia. {No place.) 1778. fol. obi. 1.50 

921 Des Combes, Geographic universelle. Laus., 
1790. 4 vols. hf. calf. 8vo. 2.— 

Tom IV. contains America. 313 pagg. 

922 Deser (E.), Les cascades du Niagara, et leur 
marche retrograde. Neuchatel, 1853, map and pi. 
8vo. 1.— 

923 Deetjardins (E.) Le P6rou avant la conquete 
Espagnole, d'apres les princip. historiens origicaux 
et quelq. documents inedits sur les antiquit^s de 
ce pays. Paris, 1858. hf. bd. 8vo. 1.75 

924 Des Marets (H. et D.) Histoire curieuse de 
la vie, de la conduite et des vrais sentiraens de 
Jean de. Labadie dont le nom et la reputation 
font tant de bruit parmy lea gens de bien. La 
Haye, 1G70. 359 pp. calf gilt. 12mo. 7.50 

Very rare; nicely printed volume in the Elsevier 
style, one of the best works on Labadie and his 
doctrine. — It contains also Labadies' Declaration 
chret. contre le SynoJe dit Wallon. — At the end 
of the vol. : "Copie de deux Lettres qui se doivent 
joindre ^ I'Histoire curieuse etc. La Haye, 1670." 
Some of his mystical sect went to America. 

925 Deteotio freti Hudsooiani. — Collection 
of Hfcstjel Gerritsz, Is. Massa's and de Quir's tracts 
on the Arctic Voytiges, --- on Siberia, — on U. 
Hudson's 3d voyage, — and on Australia. Facsi- 
mile reprodaction of the rare Dutch edition ot 
Amst. 1612, and reprint of the Latin edition of 
Amst. 1613. — With a new English translation 
by P. J. Millard, and historical introduction by 
S. Muller Pz. - Amst., F. Muller. 1875. 4to. 
}f^ith i maps. 25. — 

The title indicates the various subjects this edi- 
tion contains, viz : reprints of the nearly unique 



Dutch work, basis for all worka on the 
North West passage, the Latin edition, etc. The 
historical introduction explains the origin and the 
special purpose of the rare original collection. The 
book is printed on a fine modern imitation of old 
paper, uncut; the Dutch edition of 1612 is repro- 
duced in photolithography by Mr. A. Kroon. 

926 De Witt (Thorn.) Discourse delivered in the 
North Reformed Dutch Church (collegiate) in the 
City of New- York, Aug. 1856. N. York, 1857. 
many plates^ cloth. 8vo. — Privately printed. 2.50 

Very interesting for the History of the Dutch 
Reformed Chnrch in New- York and America, con- 
taining a list of the Ministers from 1633 till 1800, 
and other histor. particularities. 

927 Dickens (Ch.) Uitstapje naar Noord-Amerika. 
Uit het Eug. Ainst. 1842. plate, bds. 8vo. 

(4.50) 1.25 
(Trip to North- America.^ 

928 Dickerson, Mahlon, Governor of New Jer- 
sey 1815—17, U. S. Senator 1818— 34. —A. Sig- 
nature. 1. — 

929 (Dickinson), Lettres d'un ferraier de Pensyl- 
vanie, aux habitans de I'Am^rique Septentrionale. 
Trad, de I'Angl. (par Barbeu du Bourg.) Amsterd. 
1779. calf. 8vo. 2.— 

These^^letters contain a review of the griefs of the 
American colonies against the British Government. 

930 Dickinson (R.) A geographical and statistical 
view of Massachusetts Proper. Greenfield, 1813. 
ia'j., uncut. 8vo. 80 pp. — B,are. 3. — 

931 Diereville. Relation du voyage du Port Royal 
de I'Acadie ou de la Nouvelle France. Amst., 
1710. vellum, sm. 8vo. {wants engraved frontisp.) 


932 Dillon (P.) Voyage a la Mer du Sud, 1827— 
28, et Relation de la decouverte du sort de La 
P^rouse. Paris, 1830. 2 vols. pi. and map. hf. 
calf. Svo. 1.75 

933 [Dinouart] Vie de Dom Jean de Palafox, 
Eveque d'Angelopolis et ensuite Eveque d'Osme. 
Cologne et Paris, 1767. calf portr. and plates. 
Svo. 3.— 

"Cet ouvrage est publie en grande partie surcelui 
de Champion, Jesuite, I'impression duquel fut arretee 
^ cause de la franchise de Tauteur." Leclerc, Sold 
fr. 20.— 

934 Dionysii Alexandrini, de situ orbis liber, 
Graece et Lat. (interprete A. Papio.) Antv. C. 
Plantinus, 1575. vellum. 8". 1.50 

935 et Pomp. Melae Situs orbis descriptio, 

Aethici cosmographia et Solini Polyhistor, cum 
interpret. H. Stephani, annotatt. J. Olivarii, scho- 
liis J. Simleri, etc. (Gen.), H. Stephanus. 1577. 
4 prts. 1 vol. vdlum. 40. 3.50 

936 Orbis descriptio, commentario critico et 

geographico illustr. a G. Hill. Lond., 1678. Maps.^ 
amongst which one of the New World, vellum. %'^. 2.50 


937 Dionysii Alexandrini, Orbis descriptio cum 
veterum Scholiis et Eustathii Commentariis. Aci 
Periegesis. Prisciani. (Edidit E. Thwaites). Oxon 
e Theatre Sheldoniano. 1697. Maps, vellum. 8". 2.5' 

938 De situ orbis liber, (Graece et Lat.) cu 

S. Havercarapi. Lugd. Bat. 1736. hf calf. 8». !.& 

939 Dirck Albertsz. Raven's shipwreck on thi 
coast of Spitsberg. 1637. — Rare engraving, si 
4". — Very fine impression. 3. 

940 Discours over de ghelegentheyt van de nieuwi 
Cruyssevs, daer het wel-varen van de Zeevaert, 
ende alle Inghesetenen van het Lant, op 't hooghste 
aan gelegen is. (Middelburg), 1645. 18 leaves. 4to, 
Slightly stained at the upper margin. 2.50 

{Discourse at the occasion of the new Cruisers, 
necessary to the welfare of the navigation and the 

At the end a list of 30 Spanish ships, taken in 
one year, by the Cruisers of the West India Company. 

941 Discours (Second) d'un bon Hollandais a ses 
compatriotes sur differents objets interessants. 
No place, 1799. uncut. Svo. I.: 

Ou the insurrection of the Engl. Colonies 

942 Discussions importantes, d^batues au parle- 
ment d'Angleterre par les plus ct^lebres orateurs 
depuis 30 ans. Paris, 1790. 4 vols. sd. uncut. Svo. 

Contain many interesting discussions on the Ame- 
rican war; almost the whole 3d volume is filled 
by them. 

943 Dissel (S. V.) Curasao. Herinneringen en schet- 
sen. Leyden, 1857. Svo. (2.50) 1.— 

{puragao. Remembrances and sketches.) 

944 Distressed situation of the Quebec, when on 
fire and of the Saneillante, a French ship of war. 
1779. R. Paton px., engraved by Fittler. Ig. fol. 3. — 

945 Dobereiner von Tiirschenreut (Ph.) Sendt- 
schreyben vnd warhaffte zeytungen. Von auffgang 
vnd erweiterung des Christenthumbs, bey den 
Uayden inn der newen welt: Auch von veruol- 
gnng vnnd haliigkait, der Gaistlichen Apostoli- 
schen Vorsteher daselbs... jetzt inn teutsche 
spraach transsferiert {Last page-.) Gedruckt zu 
Munchen, bey Adam Berg, 1571. sm. Svo. 11. — 

Tittle, 15 unnumb. leaves for the preface, 95 un- 
numb. leaves of text. 

Fine clean copy of a very rare work, contain, 
a translation of the Epistolae Indiae Patrum Soc. 

It contains an account by P. Diaz of the mas- 
sacre of 40 missionairies by J. Soria, General of 
Navarra, during their voyage to Brasil. 

946 Dobrizhoflfer (M.) Account of the Abipones, 
an equestrian people of Paraguay. (Transl. by 
Miss Sarah Coleridge.) Lond. 1822. 3 vols. 8". 
calf gilt. - Very fine copy. 14. — 

947 Geschichte der Abiponer, einer berittenen 

und Kriegerisehen Nation in Paraguay. Aus dem 

Frederik & C 




Lat. Hbersetzt von A, Kreil. Wien, 1783. 3 vols. 
maps and plates. 8v'0. Uncut. 7.50 

948 Documents relative to the Colonial History 
of the State of New-York, procnred in Holland, 
England and France, by J. R. Brodhead. Edi- 
ted by E. B. O'Callaghan. Albany, 185G— 58. 
11 vols. clo/A, maps, etc. large 4to. 55.— 

949 Documents cPubliO) printed by order of the 
Senate of the United States, 2d Session of the 
20d and 21st Congress, 1828—30. Washington, 
1828—30. 4 vols. sAeep. 8vo. 5.- 

950 The same. 22d Congress. Washingt. 1832. 

Vol. I. sAeep. 8vo. 1.25 

951 Doehn (Bud.) Die politischen Parteien in den 
Vereinigten Staaten von Amerlka. Leipzig, 1868. 
8vo. 1.— 

952 St. Domingo. — Carte de I'lsle de St. Do- 
mingue, par G. Delisle. Paris, chez rauteiir. 1720. 
sq. fol. 61 by 47^. 2.— 

953 Map of St. Domingo, by G. del' Isle. Amst., 

J. Covens & C. Mortier. (About 1740). sq. tol. 61 
by 47. — Coloured. 1.50 

954 The struggle of the blacks in Hayti for 

their independence. 1795. 9 Engi-av. by R. I'ln- 
keles. 80. — Proofs hef. all letter. — Uare. 5.— 

955 Donck (A.dr. van der) Beschryvinge van 
Nieuw-Nederlant, ghelyck het tegenwoordigh 
in staet is, begrypende de nature, aert, gelegenthoyt 
en vruchtbaerheyt ... als mede de maniere en 
ongemeyne eygenschappen van de Wilden . . . 
Amst., E. Nieuwenhof, 1655. 4to. Title, VI [1 and 
104 pp. (Asher No. 7.) 150. - 

{^Description of New- Netherlands such as it is 
now, comprehending the nature, character, situa- 
tion and fertility . . . as also the manners and un- 
common qualites of the savages, etc.) 

First edition of van der Donck's Description 
of N. Netherland. 

956 Beschry vinge van Nieuw-Nederlant (ge- 

lyck het tegenwoordigh in staet is), begrijpende de 
nature, aert. . . En hier achter bygevoeght het Ke- 
glement vande Burgerraeesteren deser Stede, be- 
trefl. de saken van Nieuw-Nederlandt. Den twee- 
den Druck. 'tAuisteid., E. Nieuwenhof, 1656. 4to. 
kj. bd. (Asher No. 8.) 140.— 

{Description of New -Netherland (such as it is 
now), including the nature character, situation... 
To this are appended the conditions of the Bur- 
gomasters of this city, regarding the a^airs of N. 
Netherland. 2d edit.) 

2d edition of the precediug. Fine large copy, some 
leaves in rough state, with the map, the view of 
Nieaw-Amsterdam (the second view existing) and the 
appendix : Conditien etc., which is often waotiug. — 
Very scarce and of invaluable importance. * See on 
it at large: Asher's Essay No. 8. — See for three 
editions of these >• conditien^'' (conditions), all differ- 
rbg N". 777—779. 


957 Donoker, H., Zee- Atlas ofte Water -Waereld. 
Anistordain, //. Doncker, 1659. vellum. Coloured 
charts, fol. 15. — 

{Maritime-Atlas or fTaier- World.) 

First edition of Doncker's important Atlas, con- 
taining 19 charts. Besides a map of the Globe 
charts occur of the W. 1. Islanls (2 sheets), New- 
Netherland and Brazil, S. America, Biazil, West- 
Coasts of America. 

958 Zee-Atlas, etc. Amst., R. Doncker, 1666. 

veUum gilt, gilt edges. The charts in gold and cO' 
lours, fol. 25. — 

Second edition, containing 32 charts. Besides a 
new map of the globe and a quite different set of 
European charts, this edition gives the same of 
America, but augmented with the coasts of Now- 
D^etlierland (not mentioned in Ashefs List). 

959 Same Atlas, same edition, vellum gili, gilt 

edges. The charts coloured but not illuminated. 20. — 

960 Same Atlas, same edition, vellum. Coloured 

charts. 22.— 

In the same binding 30 cborograpbical maps by 
H. Allardt, without title, amongst which the map of 
New-Netherland with the view of New- Amster- 
dam, with the address of Hugo Allardt, {coloured). 
{Asher's List, N". 10.) — and a general map of 

961 De Nieuwe Groote vermeerderde Zee- 
Atlas. Amsterdam, H. Doncker, 1676. bds. 27 Co- 
loured charts, roy. fol. 10. — 

{The new large augmented Maritime Atlas.) 
Quite another work as the preceding edition of 
Doncker. It is wholly based on Colom's Atlas, whose 
6 maps of America are here reproduced. 

962 De nieuwe groote vermecrd. Zee-Atlas. 

Amst, H. Doncker. 1697. vellum. \h Coloured charts. 
roy. fol. 17.50 

New edition, offering again many interesting varia- 
tions and additions, though also based on Colom. 
It contains amongst many other new charts, deli- 
neitious of the Straits Davis and Hudson, Greenland, 
Spitsberg, the Pacific Ocean, Terra Nova, and quite 
a new map of New-Netherland (with Virginia^ 
New-Engeland and Pennsylvania), ou which apian 
of Philadelphia, in 1697 wit explanation: A — H. 
(Not mentioned in Asher's List.) 

963 Nieuw Groot Zeekaert-boek. Amst., ff. 

Doncker. 1712. calf. 28 Large folding maps in colours 
and gold. Very large fol. 15. — 

{New large book of charts.) 

No reproduction of the former editions, but a new 
set of charts of double thcsizeof the former, amongst 
which 4 of America: the Noi'hem parts with Green- 
land, Hudson's Bay, etc.; Brazil with the Caraib 
Islands and New-Netherland ; the W. I. Islands] 
and a very large chart embracing almost the whole 
American coast. 

964 Dooregeest (E. A. van) en C. A. Fosja- 
ger, Dea Kyper Zeepoatil, bestaaade in XXU 



predikatien toegepast op den zeevaert ; mitsgaders 

een korte beschryving van d. oorspronk . . . der 

Haring- en Walvischvangst. Arast. 1699. 8vo. 3. — 

(SeaposHl, contain. 22 sermons applied to the 

navigation, with a succinct description of the origin 

etc. of the whale fishery.) 

965 Dooregeest (C. A. van>, Koit verhael van 
eenige merkwaard. geschiedenissen van Holland. 
Amst, 1744. 8vo. 1.25 

{Short account of some marvellous events of 

At the description of Enkhuyzen a history of the 
Greenlandish whalefishery is inserted, pp. 78 — 96. 

966 Dorrington. Le Solitaire Anglois, ou avan- 
turea merveilleuses de Phil. Quarll. Trad, de I'Angl, 
Rotterd. 1728. plates and maps. calf. 8vo. 2.50 

The map represents an island near Mexico. 

967 Doughty beheaded by order of Sir Fr. Drake 
in Patagonia, 1578. Engrav. by Goldar. sni. fol. 


968 Downing (Sir George). ~ 41 Dutch pam- 
phlets published by — .or against Sir George Dow- 
ning, English Ambassador at the Hague, and on 
the wars and disputes between England and Hol- 
land from 1663 to 67 and 1672 to 74, the conse- 
quence of which was the cession of New-Nether- 
land to England. 41 parts. 1660— 1674. 4to. 50.— 

Very rare and valuable CDllection. 
»It is generally known, from Macanlay's History of 
England, that the war between England and Holland 
from 1664 to 1667, in the course of which New- 
Netherland was wrested from the Dutch, was the 
work of Sir G. Downing. But Macanlay did not 
know the motives, by which Downing was promp- 
ted. This statesman was a New-Englander, and 
one of the earliest pupils of Harvard College; his 
thorough acquaintance with Dutch politics was pro- 
bably the fruit of the border quarrels in his trans- 
atlantic home, and in the interest of that home all 
his skill and craft were employed. In spite of the 
recent alliance and the many interests which ought 
to have maintained a firm friendship between the 
English and Dutch, Downing succeeded in enveno- 
ming every dispute and in kindling the war which 
broke out in 1664." Asher. — An English scholar 
of this time writes me: "The renegade Downing 
was an unprincipled, time-serving varlet; for after 
serving and enlogizing Cromwell, he was one of the 
most slavish flatterers and tools of Charles II and 
James, altogether one of the basest of a bad race 
of politicians; I got this information from many 
books but especially from the perusal of a great many 
of his letters in the original." 

969 Aenteyekeninge (Sommiere) ende 

deductie ingestelt by de Staten Gener. op de lest 

ingediende memorie van G. Downing, 's Grav. 1665. 

4to. B.are. 15. — 

{Summary remarks and deduction made hy the 

States Gener. on the late memorial by G. Downing .) 

This very interesting pamphlet contains a 


deduction of the Dutch title to New-Netherland, on 
purpose to prove that Charles II had no right to 
occupy that country. 

970 Downing (Sir George). — Verdere Aen- 
teyekeninge of duplyque, op seeckere replyque 
vanden Heer G. Downing, ingestelt op desselfs me- 
morie vanden 30 Decemb. 1664. 's Gravenh. 1666. 
4to. Vncut. 260 pp. — Very rare. 40. — 

{Further remarks or rejoinder of the defence of 
Mr. G. Downing, presented against his memoir of 
Decemb. 30. 1664.) 

This pamphlet is highly interesting to every stu- 
dent of North- American history. It famishes the 
most exact documents on the great dispute between 
the English and Dutch, on the Delaware and Hud- 
son, Ine remembrance of which is still so fresh in 
the United States. It contains 157 pages of docu- 
ments extracted from books and registers kept at 
New Amsterdam and Boston. 

The present edition is the original one; there is 
a counterfeit edition of the same date printed at 
Middelbnrg. See the following number. 

971 Te same. Na de copy in 's Gravenh. (Mid- 
delbnrg?) 1666. 4to. 166 pp. Rare. 30 

Asher does not cite these two editions. 

972 The same. Middelburgh, 1666. 4to. fom 

and sides uncut. 176 and IV pp. 40. — 

This is the edition cited by Asher N". 352. 

973 Drake (Fr.) Expeditio Franc. Draki ... in 
Indias Occidentales A" 1585, qua urbes, Fannm 
D. Jacobi, D. Dominici, D. Augustini et Carthe- 
gena, captae fuere. Leydae, apud Fr. Raphelengium^ 
1588. 21 pp. 4to. 40.- 

ExcEssiVELT RARE. Very fine and large copy 
high 'i'i, br. IScentim. The four folio plates wanting 

974 Drake, Le voyage curieuxfaictautour du Monde, 
par FranQois Drach, Admiral d'Angleterre. Aug- 
mente de la seconde partie. Paris, Ant. Robinot, 
1641. sm. 8vo. — Rare. 10.— 

Title mounted, a few leaves slightly mended in 
the upper margin. The copy has been taken out of 
the original cover and prepared for being rebound; 
in a new cover it would be a good copy. — Title, 
dedication 3 leaves, text 230 pp. 

This French edition is made by F. de Louven- 
conrt upon the original English of 1600. It con- 
tains, besides, extracts from various voyages. See 
for America p. 1 — 40. Priced in Steven's Nug- 
gets M 2.2. 

975 Memoire dv voiage en Rvssie fait en 1586 

par Jehan Savvage, suivi de I'Expedition de Fr. 
Drake en Ameriqve a la mSme epoqve. Publics 
pour la premiere fois d'apres les manuscrits de la 
Biblioth. Imper., par L. Lacour. Paris, Aubry, 
1855. cloth. 8vo. 5.— 

Reprint in: Tresor des pieces rares ou incditet ; 
only at 183 copies. 

976 Drake (S. G.) History and antiquities of Bos- 
ton, from its settlement in 1630 to the year 1770. 

Frbdsbii: Mulleb & C°., 



With a history of the discovery and settlement 
of New-England. Boston, 1854. cloth, portraits, 
factimilet, plates of antiquities etc. toy. 8vo. 

(22.—) 10.— 

977 Driessen (L.), Leben dea Fiirsten Johann Mo- 
ritz von Nassau-Siegen, General -Grouverneurs von 
Niederljindisch-Brasilien, etc. Berlin, 184y. Fac-sim. 
id. 8vo. (5.10) 2.— 

978 Dublin volunteers meeting on College Green. 
4 Nov. 1779. Engrav. by J. Collyer. \g. sq. fol. 2.50 

979 Dubocoage (Mad.) La Colombiade on la Foi 
portee au Nouveau Monde. Paris, 175G. sd. uncut, 
portrait and 10 Jine plates. 8vo. 2. — 

980 Duchaasing et Michelotti, Spongiaires de 
la Mer Caraibe. Haarl. 1864. sd.^ iib colored plates. 
4to. - Prize-essay. (8.70) 5.50 

981 Dufey (P. J. S.), Abrege de I'histoire des re- 
volutions de TAmt^rique Septentr. ct Merid. depuis 
les prem. decouvertes jusqu'en 1825. Paris, 1827. 
4 vols. Af. cf. 18mo. 3.50 

982 Duflot de Mofras, Exploration du territoire 
de rOregon, des Caluomies et de la Mer Ver- 
meille. Pahs, 1844. Livr. 2 et 4 (Vol. I, 2. 11,2.) 
plates, bds. large 8vo. 2.50 

Vol. II. pp. 390 — 400 contain the "Pa^^r iVo*/^r" 
in 24 languages of California, the Aztecs, N. Zea- 
land, the isles of the Soath-Sea, etc. 

983 Du Graty (S. M.) La Kepublique de Para- 
guay. Brux., Leipzig, Gand, 1862. 21 maps and 
plates, cloth. 8vo. (13.—) 5.— 

History, Geography, Hydrography, Language with 
Nomenclature, pp. 208 — 2^3, Climatology, Pro- 
ducts, etc. 

984 (Du HautChamp), Histoire geu^r. etparticul. 
du visa lait en France pour la reduction et I'ex- 
linction ue tous lea papiers royaux et des actions 
de la Comp. des Indes, que Ic systeme ues tinan- 
cea avait enfantez. On y a joint un Etat desAc- 
tionnaires et des Mississipiens, etc. La Haye, 
1743. 4 vols in 2. calf. 8vo, 3.— 

985 Duliring (H.), Remarks on the United States 
of America. Lond. 1833. cloth. 8vo. 1.— 

986 Dulac (A.), Melanges d'histoire naturelle. Lyon, 
1765. 6 vols, plates, hf. calf, uncut. 8vo. 2.50 

Cout. a. o.: T. Scheffer, Deacript. de Tor blanc 
(Platina), trouvd en Amerique. — Divers morceaux 
de I'hist. natur. de la Jamaiq-ue. — Le Page du 
Fraty, Hist, natur. de la Louisiune. — J. Gumilla, 
rOrinoque illustre. — Descript. de quelq. animam 
de I'Amerique Septentr. etc. etc. 

987 Dumas, Mathieu, Count, served as Aide- 
de-camp to Rochambeau in America, (1780—83), 
fnliilled American missions in Holland and Tur- 
key, General at Waterloo. — Autogr. Poem, imi- 
tation of Uoratii Odae, 11, 10, in 6 stanzes of 
French verses. 7.50 

Very fine autograph, signed: 'Fait la nuii du 
4 Nov. 1791, pendant une insomnie. D— ." 


988 Dumbar (Q.) De oude en nieuwe Constitutic 
der Vcreenigde Staten van America in hare gron- 
den ontvouwd. Amst. 1793 — 96. 3 vols. sd. uncuf. 
8vo. 2.50 

(^The old and new Constitution of the United 
States, explained in its principles.) 

989 Dumontier, Bydi-iige tot de kennis dor gcolog. 
gesteldheid van Curagao. Amst. 1858. 8vo. — .80 

(Contributions to the knowledge of the geolog. 
condition of Curafao.) 

990 [Duner (N.) och A. E. Nordenskiold] 

Svenska Expeditioner till Spitsbergen och Jan 
Mayen, uttdrda 1863 och 18u4. StocKholm, 186V. 
map, plates and figg., sd. roy. 8vo. 2.50 

991 DunstervUle, E., Aamirality Catalogue of 
charts, plans, views and sailing directions. Lond. 
1868. 8«. (2.—) 1.— 

992 Same work, former edition. Lond. 1860. 

8<>. —.50 

993 Du Queane, — Journal d'un voyage faitaux 
Indes Orientaies par une escadre command^e p. 
Mr. Du Quesne, 1690— 'Jl. Rouen, 1721. 3 vols. 
hf. bd. uncut, plates and maps. 8vo. 3.50 

994 Dureau de la Malle, Province de Constaa- 
tine. Renseigncmcnts pour i'expedition on I'etablis- 
sement des Frangais dans cette partie de I'Airique 
Septcntrion. Paris, 1837. map. hf. calf. 8vo. 1.— 

995 D*-^* (Duret), Voyages de Marseille a Lima, 
et dans les autres lioux des Indes Occidentales. 
Avec une exacte description Ue ce qu'ii y a de 
plus remarquable . . . Paris. 1720. 2 parts in 1. 
old calf. 8vo. (plates wanting). 1.75 

996 Dutch W. I. (The) and E. 1. Companies, 
each represented by a temale holding the tiags of 
the Companies on which the family arms oi the 
Burgomasters of Amst., van den Bempdeu and 
Geelvink, Directors of the Comp. in 1726; the 
inhabitants of various countries bringing tribute. — 
Fine engraving by £. Ficart. Ig. sq. 4". 2.50 

997 [Duyl (A. C G. v.)] De cerate vestiging der 
Neuerlanders in indie. (Amst. 1860?) roy. 8vo. 

{Ihe first settleme?il of the Dutch in India.) 
Abstracts of 4 lectures on the History of the E. 
India Company, held by the author. Privately printed. 

998 Duynenburg. — (Edit relaas wegens het ge- 
smeede oproer op h. uytgaande O. lud. Comp. 
schip) — onder Kap. L. Helmstroom, in 1765 
naar Batavia verti-okken. Rott., J. Rugs, (1766?) 
4to. 2.— 

{True relation of the projected mutiny on the 
E. I. ship Duynenburg, which set sail uTider Capt. 
Helmstroom, in 1765 for Matavia.) 

Popular edition of this only oac« or twice printed 

999 Dwight (Timothy, President of Yale- 
College) The duty of Americans, at the present 
crisis, illustrated in a discourse preached 4 July, 




1798, at the request of the citizens of New-Haven. 

New-Haven, Primed by Thomai and Samuel Green. 

1798. sd. uncut. 8vo. 7.50 

A very curious di^^course on the political and eccle- 
siastical state of affairs at that time, principally di- 
rected against the Antichrist! an Empire as the author 
calls the Catholicism. He declares that all the mis- 
fortunes, which have befallen the Roman-Catholic 
World during the then last years, are only the fullfil- 
ment of the prophecies of the Bible. 
Rare, not mentioned by Rich. 

1000 Dwigiit (Timothy. President of Yale- 
College) Autogr. Signed restimony, dat. Yale- 
College, June 2, 1802. 1 p. 8". 1.50 

1001 Dyk (L. C. B. van) De ontdekking van het 
ciland (Nieuw) Amsterdam. (Haarlem, 1854.) folded 
plate, sra. 8vo. {Extr.) 1. — 

{The discovery of the island {New) Amsterdam.) 

The plate is a facsimile of a design of the islands 

St. Paulo and N. Amsterdam (in the South Pacific 

Ocean), by Anth. van Diemen, in the Journal of 

his voyage to India, 1631 — 32. 

1002 Earl (G. Windsor) Enterprise in tropical 
Australia (Port Essington.) London, 1846. cloth, 
map. 8vo. 1.80 

1003 Eaton, Amos, celebrated Naturalist, Prof, at 
Troy, tdl 1842. -- A. L. S. to a colleague, dat. 
Albany, Aug. 1, 1828. 1 p. fol. 1.50 

Offers on some conditions not to publish a system 
of Geology. 

1004 Eaton, William, one of the bravest Gene- 
rals of America; as Consul of Tripoli he captured 
Deme 1805. — A. L. S. to Governor Strong, 
dat. Springfield, Pebr. 3, (1806). 1 p. 8«. 2.50 

On the Tripoline negociation of peace. — "Con- 

1005 Ebeling (Chr. D.) Erdbeschreibung u. Ge- 
schichte der Vereinten Staatea von Nordamerika. 
Hamburg, 1793—1816. 7 vols. 1—4 hf. calf,h—l 
sd. uncut, maps. 8vo. 5. — 

Forming part of Biisching's great geographical 
collection. — A very valuable work, containing ample 
informations and particulars, as well historical as 
geographical. Each State is treated separately. 

1006 Eden (Will.) History of New Holland from 
its discovery in 1616 to the pi'esent time, with 
a description of Botany Bay. 2d ed. London, 1787. 
hf. bd. uncut, 2 large maps. 8vo. 2.50 

Pp. 86—87, 192—201 treat of the language of 
the natives of New-South- Vales, with vocabularies, etc. 

1007 Edwards (Bryan) Bargerlijke en handel- 
kundige geschied. van de Eng. volkplantingen in de 
West-lndien. Haarl. 1794. 6 vols. hf. calf. 8vo. 3.50 

{Civil and commercial history of the English co- 
lonies in the )f est- Indies.) 

1008 Geschiedkundige beschouwing van St. Do- 
mingo. Uit h. Eng. Haarlem, 1802. 3 parts, sd., 
uncut. 8vo. 1-25 

{Historical review of St, Domingo.) 

1009 Edwards (Jon.) Presid. of the College of 
New-Jersey, Geschied. van het werk der Verlos- 
sing. Uit h. Eng. d. E. Nooteboom. Utr. 1776— 
77. 2 Parts, sd. 8vo. 2.50 

(History of the Redemption^ 

1010 Autogr. Signature. —.75 

1011 Egede (H.) De gamle Gronlands nye per^u- 
stration, eller en kort beskrivelse om de gamle 
Nordske coloniers begyndelse og undergang, etc. 
forst Anno 1724 forfattet aiH. EgCvlc, og nu Anno 
1729 elterseet ... at e<m der paa nog een tiid har 
vaered i Gronland. Kjobenhaven. 1729. sm. 8vo. 
Title and 58 pp. Some leaves slightly stained. 8. — 

This seems to be tlie fir.»t essay of Kgede's cele- 
brated work on Greenland, which was first publis- 
hed in 1741. Both are very similar in the division 
etc., but the latter is of course much more ample. — 
This work of 1729 is very rare; I have found it 
nowhere mentioned. 

1012 A description of Greenland. Transl. from 

the Danish an 1 augmented with an histor. intro- 
duction. London, 1818. bds., uncut, map andwood- 
cuts. 8vo. (7. — ) 3. — 

Egede's work is still one of the best existing on 
Greenland, and claims most of all the title of truth- 
fulness, the author having been no less than 1 5 years 
in that country. — p. 105 — 178 cont. a short gram- 
mar, a vocabidary, the Pater Noster, the Credo e 
in Greenlandish. 


1013 Beschreibung u. Natur-Geschichte von 

Gronland, iibers. v. /. G. Krunitz. Berlin, 1763. 

hoards, 11 maps and plates. 8vo. 2. 

German translation, contain, the same as the 

1014 Description et histoire naturelle, du Green- 
land, trad, (par Des Roches de Parthenay.) Copenh. 
et Gen. 1763. sd. uncut. 11 maps and plates. 8vo. 

Containing the same as the English translation. 

1015 Beschrijvmg van Oud-Groenland, of zoo- 

genaamde Straat Davis, behelz. deszelfs natuur- 
lyke historic, enz. Delft, 1746, hf. bd. map and 
9 plates. 4to. 2. — 

Dutch translation of the work of Egede on Green- 
land, with the Greenlandish grammar, vocabulary, 
song, etc. 

1016 Petersen (N. M.) H. Egedes levnet. 

Kjobenh., 1833. 8vo. 1.25 

1017 Ek'eberg (O. G.) Ost-lndische Keise, 1770— 
71. Aus d. Schwed. iibers. Dresden, 1807. 8vo. 1.25 

1018 Eliot. — Geschied. van Joh. Eliot, Evan- 
gelie-bode der Indianen in N. America. Rotterdam, 
1842. sm. 8vo. 1.— 

{History of John Eliot, Missionary to tlie Indi- 
ans of N. America.) 

1020 Ellis (H.) Voyage a la Baycde Hudson, en 
1746—47, pour la d^couverte d'un pas8£^e au 

Predebik Mui-Msb & C, 



Nord-Ouest. Trad, de TAngl. augment^e. Leide, 
1750. calf^ map and 9 jilatex. 8vo. 1.50 

This translatiou is iiiaJu by C. Sellin.s. 

10-21 Ellis (H.) Reize naar de Baai van Hudson, 
ter ontdekkinge van ecnen Noord- Wester doortogt. 
Leiden, 1750. hf. bd., map and 9 pi. 8vo. 1.50 

Dutch translation of the preceding work. 

1022 Ellis (H. W. R.) Chroiinlogie der ge«chie- 
denia van Surlnauie (1500—1853.) Paramaribo, 
1853. 8vo. 1.— 

(Chronology of the history of Surinam.) 

1023 Elviiis (P.) De navigatione in Indiam per 
Septentrionem tentata. Upsal. 1704. 8vo. Very 
rare. 8. — 

1024 Emblams. — Collection of 4 Dutch, contem- 
poraneous, emblematical plates, relatinor to Ame- 
rica and tliH War oi Indopeu.lence, 1779, eugi'av. 
by S. Fokke. 120. _ i. Emblem on the Indepen- 
dimce of America. — 2. The French defending 
America. — 3. Pence deeing from War. — 4. The 
Russian Empress and Austrian Emperor take mea- 
sures for Peace. 5.— 

Sau^e set. Proofs bef. all lett. Of great 


1025 - 

1026 Ecnigration. — German pamphlets on 
Emigration to North-America, viz. : Die Verein. 
Staatcn In 1852; liaaschenbusch, Anweisungen, 1849; 
de Haas, Wisconsin, 1848; Schuliz, Texas, 1845; 
Vakiivia. 1849. etc. 7 pieces. 8vo. 1.50 

1027 Dutcb. pamplllets on Emigration to 

North America, iUchjgan, Pel la in Jowa, etc. 
1846—53. — 13 pieces. 8vo. 2.50 

1028 Emory (WilL II.), Report on the United 
States and Mexican boundary Survey. Vol. 1. 
Washington, 1357. 2 maps, engraved and coloured 
plates and woodcuts, calf, large 4t0. 18. — 

Published by order of the Congress. Executive 
documents. — Very interesting volume in 2 parts. 
Part I cont. the personal account and the descrip- 
tion of the country, with map, 54 views and many 
colonred figures; Part II the Geological Reports, 
Palaeontology, and description of the cretaceous and 
tertiary fossils, by C. C. Parry, J. Hall and J. A. 
Conrad. With map and 27 plates. 

1029 Engagement between the English Commo- 
dore Fielding and the Dutch Admiral Byland, 
(for Am. Indep.) 1779, by S. tokke. sm. 4".- See 
X". 1037. —.75 

1030 Same engrav. Proof bef. all letter. 1.25 

1031 between the .\iiierican man oi'war: The 

United States and tlie i'2nglisli shi;) Macedonian, 
1812. Lithogr. by F. Kretzschmann. sy. fol. — 
Very rare. 4. — 

Poor lithograph, executed in the earlj days of this 
invention. Rare, as all early lithographs. 

1032 [Engel (Le Bailli d')] Memoires et observat. 
geograph. et crit. sur la situation des pays Sep- 


tentrionaui de I'Asie et de rAmerique. Lans., 
1765. vellum, 2 large maps. 4to. 2.50 

1033 [Engel (Le Bailli d')] Geogra;)h. u. kriti- 
sche Nachrichten u. Anmerkungen i'.ber die Lage 
der nordlichen Gegendcn von Asien u. Amerika. 
Mitau, 1772. sd. uncut. 4to. The 2 maps wanting. 

This German translation, made by the author him- 
self, is considerably augmented. 

1034 Essai sur cette question : Quand et com- 
ment rAm6ri.';ue a-t-eU(i 6tcj p::uplce tfhoinmes et 
d'animaux. Aiusterd., 1767. calf gill. 4to. 3.50 

1035 The same. Ibid. 1767. 5 vols. calf. Svo. 


1036 Memoires snr la navigation dans la mer 

du Nord, depuis le G3e de.;re de latitude vers le 
Pole, et depuis le 10 au 100 degre de longitude. 
Berne, 1779. 28 pp., large map. 4to. uncut. 2. — 

1037 Engelsch Nieu we- j aars complim9nt(Het), 
of zamenspraak . . . ov(;r de rencontre op 31 Dec. 
(1779) en 1 Jan. (1780) tussehen het Eng. Es- 
quader onder Commodore Fielding en het Hol- 
landsEscinader onder denS:hout-bv-nacht Graaf van 
Byland. etc. Amst. 1780. 8vo.— 3ce No. 1029. 1.50 

{The English Compliment of the New -Tear, or 
a conversation ... on the rencontre between the 
English under Commod. Fielding and the Dutch 
under the rear-Admiral Count Byland, etc.) 

1038 Engelsohe Tieranny (De). In vier samen- 
spraaken. Amstehi., 1781. 100 pp. 4 plates, sm. 
8vo. uncut. 2.— 

{The English Tiranny. In four dialogues.) 
Published at the occasion of the war with Eng- 
land; it relates the crueltits of the English in Eu- 
rope, the West- Indies and America; the plates repre- 
sent: Destruction by fire of Tcr Schelling, 1G64; 
Murder at the Coast cf Guinea ; the prisoners of 
war atTorbay; Pillage of St. Eustatius. 

1039 Englisli Lion dismembered (The). — 
English caricature : the Bfitidh Lion dragged with 
an iron chain by the Ex^uoiiucr, holdiug the bud- 
get; a part of tho anitiial's foreleg is cut off by 
an American, saying: y,thit limb belongs to me.'" 
Publ. by E. Hodges. 1780. av^. ibl. 5.— 

1040 English Pilot (The), describing the West 
India navigation, irom Hudson's Bay to the 
IJiver Amazoues. With a new description of New 
Foundland, New England, New York, Vii'ginia, 
etc. London, 1794. b >uad. lol. 8. — 

66 pp. text, 22 large maps and numerons figiurea 
of the coast in the text. 

1042 Epistola Potentis.sioii.. . Regis Poitiigaliae 

de victorils habiti.; in India et JIalacIia, ad Leo- 

nem X. Pont. B'ax. [At the end:] Komac, impr. 

per Jac. Mazochiuw, X.v^. (1513.) 4io. 10.— 

Original edition, extremely scarce. Often reprinted 

in the old culIectioDs of Grynaeua, Ramnsio, etc. 



1043 Epistolae. De rebus Japonicis, [ndicis, et Pe- 
nianis epistolae recentiores, a Jo Hayo . . . Seoio, 
Soc. J., in librurn unum coacematae. Antv. M. 
Nuiius, 1605. hf. calf. 8vo. — Nice copy. 6. — 

1044 Epistolae Indicae de stnpendis et praeclaris. 
rebus, quae divina bonitas in India et variis in- 
sulis per Societatem noiuinis Jesu operari dignata 
est. Lovanii, 1566. ^/. vellum, sm. 8vo. Mne copy. 


1045 Epistolae (Praestantium et Eruditorum Vi- 
roruin) Ecclesiasticae et Theologicae, quarum longe 
major pars scrlpta est a Jac. Arniinio, J. LTyten- 
bogardo, Conr. Vorstio, G. J. Vossio, H. Grotio, 
S. Episcopio, C. Barlaeo. Ed. 2a repurg. et alt. 
parte auct. Amst. 1684. fol. 978 pp. et Index. 
calj' or vellum. 1 2. — 

1046 Same work. Ed. 3a novo augmento locu- 

pletata. Ainst, 1704. fol. bds. uncut. 20. — 

This eminent and for the American History highly 
remarkable work, was published in 1660 in Svo, 
by Phil, a Limborch; the much augmented edition 
of 1684, was given by him and the zealous Kemon- 
strant C. Hartzoeker; the 3d and last edition again 
by P. a Limborch, who augmented this edition with 
32 pages (1 ^ 32), inserted between the preface and 
page 1 of the volume, and containing 20 interesting 
letters in Latin and French. — This Supplement is 
very rare. — See on this work; Pabricii Historia 
biblioth. Fabric. II. 220. 

Contains on pagg. 65 — 85 the highly interesting 
correspondence (Epist. 36 to 43) of the Brownists 
at Amsterdam and Leyden, with Franc. Junius, on 
their confession and other theological affairs. The 
letters are signed by F. Johnson, H. Jinsworth, 
S. Mercer, and others, dated from 1596 till 1602. 

1047 Ercilla y Cuuiga (D. A. de) Historiale be- 
schrijvinghe der goudtrijcke landen m Chili ende 
Arauco... mitsgaders de oorloghen der inwoon- 
ders teghcns de Spagniaerden. Overgheset wt de 
Spaensche tale door J. J. Byl. Rotterd., 1619. hf. 
vellum neat. 4to. Fine copy. — Rare. 20. — 

{Historical description of the gold-lands in Chili 
and Arauco . . . also the wars of the natives with 
the Spaniards. Iranslated from the Spanish.) 

Title, 2 unnumb. pp., 60 uumb. pp., 3 pp. for 
the index. 

1048 Erman (Ad.) Reise urn die Erde durch Nord- 
Asien u. die beiden Oceane in 1828—30. Berlin, 
1833—38. 3 vols. sd. 8vo. (16.-) 4.— 

1049 Ernstige Beschouwing van d. tegenvyoord. 
staat d. Nederl. by gelegenbeid van het innemen 
van St. Eustatius, St. Martin en Saba door de 
Engelschen. 1781. 8vo. 8 pp. 1. — 

{Serious consideration of the present state of the 
Netherlands . . . on occasion of the capture of St. 
Eustatius, St. Martin and Saba bg the English.) 

1050 Erskine, John, celebrated scholar at Edin- 
burgh. — A. L. S. to Rev. Hopkins of Newport, 
Rhode Island, dat. Edinb., June 18, 1793. 1 p. 4». 1.25 

1051 Erskine (Thorn.), A view of the causes and 
consequences of the present war with France, in 
answer to Mr. Burke's Regicide Peace. With a 
dedication to the author by P. Porcupine, and an 
Appendix. Philadelphia. Will. Cobbett, 1797. sd. 
uncut. Svo. 6. — • 

Very rare, not mentioned by Rich. 

1052 Eschwege (W. L. v.) Beitrage zur Gebirgs- 
kunde Brasiliens. Berlin, 1832. sd. uncut, 4 maps. 
Svo. (7.60) 1.50 

1053 Geognostisches Gemalde von Brasilien. 

Weimar, 1822. sd., map. Svo. —.80 

1054 Pluto Brasiliensis. Abhandlungen iiber 

Brasiliens Gold-, Diamanten- und and. minera- 
lischen Reichthum, Ub. d. Geschichte seiner Ent- 
deckung, etc. Berlin, 1833. Svo. sd. 9 maps and 

- plates. (9.—) 4.— 

1055 Eschricht (D. P.) og J. Reinhardt, Cm 

Nordhvalen {Balaena Mysticetus L.) namlig med 
herasyn til dens udbredning i fortiden ognutiden. 
Kjobenh,, 1861. 4to. With atlas of 6 plates, roy. 
fol. 5.— 

1056 Essequebo en Demerary (Op de verschrik- 
kelyke aardbevinge . . . in), 21 Octob. 1766. Mid- 
delburg, 1767. 9 pp. 4to. 1.— 

( Verses on the frightful earthquake at Essequebo 
and Demerary.) 

1057 Essequebo and Demerary. — Carte de la 

Colonie, par le Major F. v. Bouchenroeder . Amst., 

1798. Large fol. 99 by 62. 6.— 

The plantations set off in colours to indicate the 

various productions. — With separately printed list 

of the plantations and the names of the proprietors. 

1058 Dutch Guyana, containing Essequebo, 

Demerary and Berbice, in which are described all 
the lands granted under the Batavian Government, 
surveyed by Major v. Bouchenroeder, 1798 — 1802. 
Lond., 1804. 2 sheets, fol. — Together: 122 by 
74. 4.— 

With indication of the productions. — With sepa- 
rate plan of Stabroek, the Capital of Demerary. 

1059 Chart of the coast from Cayenne till Rio 

Orinoco. Lond., Moore, 1804. High fol. l.BO 

With special map of the Rivers Berbice, Surinam 
and Essequebo. 

1060 Estatutos do [nstituto histor. 6 geographico 
Brazileiro fundadado no Rio de Janeiro ... 1838. 
Rio de Janeiro, 1846. — Nova Estatutos, Ibid. 
1851. — The same, other edition, without Art. 47. 
lb. 1851. — 3 pes. Svo. 1.50 

1061 Estbergen (M.) Copia uyt het joumaal van 
het schip De Vrouw Johanna, gevoert door Capi- 
teyn C. Kanterhelm, uytgevaren van Amsterdam 
20 Maart 1735, naar Suriname, en t'huys gekomen 
9 July 1736. No place. 4to. 1.25 

{Copy from the journal of the ship: Johanna by 
Capt. J. Kanterhelm, sailed fron. Amst, to Suri- 
nam. 1735, ...) 

FrEDERIK MuLlilR & C**., 




Where the sailors grew mntinons and maked them- 
selres roaster of the ship. 

1062 Estrada (A. Plorez), Examen imparcial de 
las disensiones de la America con la Espana. Lond. 
1811. 8*. 1.50 

1063 Estvan (B.) Kriegsbilder aus Amerika. Leip- 
zig, 1864. 2 vols in 1. hf. bd. 8vo. 1.80 

1064 Etat present de la Pensilvanie, oi Ton trouvc 
le detail de ce qui s'y est pass6 depuis la d6faite 
dn g^n^ral Braddoclc jusqa'a la prise d'Oswego. 
(Paris.) 1756. map, calf gilt. sm. 8vo. — Scarce. 


1065 Etrermes consacr6e3 a Tutilito . . . pour Tan 
1801. Goettlngue (1800.) 6 platet. td. 24mo. 2. — 

Contains a. o. : La mort de Miss M'Crea {Mae 
Rea); Supplemens am notices snr le caractere des 
esclaves negres et de lenrs maitres; etc. — One leaf 
damaged and the last wanting. 

1066 ^European (The) Race Heat M Anno Dom. 
1738." A race of the European Monarchs sitting 
on various animals: an elephant, an eagle, cet. 
On the left a scaffold, timade in France of true 
English looof' (sic), on which the 4 parts of the 
World are sitting' viz. : America (in Indian attire, 
weeping) Asia, Africa and Europe. Engrav. by 
Motley. Publ. (London) 26 Nov. 1738. sq. fol. 3.— 

1067 Europeis Magazyn der byzondere zaken 
... Multum inparvo. July— December 1754. Haer- 
lem, Ensehede (1754). 6 parts in 1. hf. vellum. 
8vo. 2.50 

Contains essays on the GoTernment of the Jesuits 
in Paraguay; on the earlier or late population of 

1068 Eustace (J. S.) [of New- York] Letters on 
the emancipation and preservation of the United 
Provinces, to John de Witt, with los.sons of hu- 
manity, addressed to Nich. van Staphorst. Rot- 
terd. 1797. 8vo. tincut. Rare. 3. — 

With letters of John Q. Adams, Minister, Mr. 
Randolph, Secretary of the V. St., etc. 

1069 Eustatius (St.) — 2 Views, fine drawings 
in watercolours by C. C. Kanne after the originals 
of A. Poison. 1774. With Dutch explanation, numb. 
1 — 9 and 1— 6. Very Ig. sq. fol. — One upper 
comer restored. 8. — 

1070 Large view, engraved by K. F. Bendorp. 

(about 1790). With explanation in Dutch, numb. 
1—17. 2 sheets Ig. sq. fol. — Full marg. 6. — 

1071 St. Eustatius. Amst., H. Ottens. Yllh. sq. 

fol. .50 by 37. 2.50 

With indication of the plantations, with the pro- 
prietors names. 

1072 Nicely drawn map by /. E. Buys. sq. 

40. 24 by 15.'— Unpublished. 5.— 

1073 St. Eustatius, one of the Dutch posses- 
sions in the Antilles, sacked by the English under 
Rodney. 1780. Dutch engrav. by C. B[pgerts). 
12<>. —.75 


1074 Eustatius (St — Same plate, proof hef. all 
lett. 1.60 

The Dutch Merchants used to import from this 
Island large quantities of amnnition in America ; 
the English therefore, immediately after declaring 
war to Holland, did their utmost to ravage it, 

1075 View of the Island, when taken by Ad- 
miral Rodney and Gen. Maj. Paughan. Engrav. 
by Ch. Forest. Ig. sq. 4». 2.— 

1076 the Dutch Colony, conquered by Rod- 
ney, reconquered Avith aid of the French. 1781. 
Dutch engrav. sm. 4". 1. — 

1077 Same subject, another represent., marked: 

p. 143. Dutch engrav. 12». —.75 

1078 genomen en hernomen, ,;. door.^. Zoo«- 

jes Pz. Haerlem, 1782. hf. calf. 8vo. 1.26 

{St. Eustatius captured and tetaken; a poem.) 

1079 Evang. Lutheran Church in the United 
States. 1823—29. 14 pieces. 8vo. 6.— 

Minutes of the General Synod. York. 1823, 25, 
27. — Constitution of the Theolog. Seminary. Phi- 
lad. 1826. — Extracts from the minutes of the Sy- 
nod etc. in the State of N. York. 1825, 27. — 
Formula for the government and discipl. of the Ev. 
Luth. Church in Maryland and Virginia. Hiigers- 
town, 1823. — Minutes of the Synod of Maryland 
and Vfrg. 1824, 25, — 4 Nos. of the Evang. Loth- 
Intelligencer. 1827—28. 

1080 in the United States. 1820—27. 10 pie- 
ces in German. 8vo. 8. — 

Grundverfassung d. Evang. Lnther. General-Synode 
in d. Verein. Staaten. Baltimore, 1820. — Verhand- 
lungen d. Gen. Synode. Torktown and Gettysburg. 
1825, 27. — Bitte d. deutsch-lnther. Kirche in N. 
Amer. um Beihilfe f. ein. Theol. Seminar. Berlin, 
1827. — B. Kurtz, Sendschreiben z. Beaten d. 
Theol. Seminars. Gettysburg, 1827. — S. S. Schmuc- 
ker, Antrittsrede ira Theol. Seminarium. York- Town, 
1827. — Formula f. d. Einrichtung d. Evang. Luth. 
Kirche in Maryland u. Virginien. Hagerstadt, 1824. — 
Evang. Luth. Synode. 1824. — Id. von West-Penn- 
sylvanien. Yorktaun, 1827. — Id. f. Nord-Caro- 
lina. 1825. 

1081 Evans (G. W.) Voyage a la Terre de Van 
Diemcn, ou description histor., gcogr. et topograph, 
de cette ile. Trad, de I'Angl. Paris, 1823. map and 
pi. sd. 8vo. 1.25 

1082 Everest (Ch. W.) The poets of Connecticut, 
with biographical sketches. Hartford, 1846. gilt 
calf extra, gilt edges. 8vo. Very fine copy. 12. — 

1083 Everett, Alex. Hill., author and diploma- 
tist. — 2 A. L. in the 3d person, to L. C. Luzac 
at Leiden, dat. May 3, 1816 c«t. 1 p. 4» and 8». 


1084 Everett, Edw., distinguished Amer. scholar 
and Statesuian, (Jovenior of Massachus. 1836- 40, 
cet. — A. L. in the 3d i>er8on to J. M'Lean. No 
date. 3 lines. 8». 1.60 


1085 Evertseti. — Jonge (J. C. de) Levensbe- 
schrijving van Joh. en Corn. Evertsen, Luit-Ad- 
miralen van Zeeland. 's Gravenh. 1820. iplates and 
geneal. tables. 8vo. (4.10) 2.25 

{Biography of John and Corn. Evertsen, Lieut.- 
Admirals of Zeeland.) 

1086 Ewing. Charles, Chief-Justice of New Jer- 
sey, 1824—32. — Autogr. Signature. —.75 

1087 Examen over het Vertoogh teghen het onglie- 
fondeerden ende schadelijck sluyten der Vryen 
handel in Braail. Door een ondersoecker der waer- 
heydt. No place. 1627. 4to. (Asher N". 166.) 2.— 

{Examination of the discourse against the can- 
celers and injurious stoppage which has been put 
to the free trade with Brasil. By an examiner 
of Truth.) ■ 

1088 Exquemelia. — Histoire des Avanturlers 
qui se sont signalez dans les indes... Avec la 
vie, les moeurs. . . des habitants de St. Dojningue 
et de la Tortue. . . par A. O. Oexmelitl. Paris, 
1688. 2 vols, in 1. calf gilt, 3 maps. sm. 8vo. 
Fine copy. 3. — 

2d French edition by M. de Frontignieres, after 
the Spanish translation. 

1089 ■ The same. Nouvelle edition, corrig^e et 

aagmentee de I'histoire des Pirates Anglois. Tre- 
voux, 1775. Vol. 1 — 3. sd. uncut, 3 maps somewhat 
different from those in the preceding edition. 12ino. 


1090 De Americaensche Zee-Roovers. Belicl- 

sende een pertinente beschrijv. van alle de roove- 
ryen en wreedheden der Engelse on Franse rovers, 
tegens de Spanjaerden in America. Amsterd., 1678. 
hf. vellum, 2 maps and 10 portraits and plates. 
4to. . 10.— 

{The American Sea-Rovers, contain, a descrip- 
tion, of all the robberies and cruelties executed by 
the English and French rovers in America against 
the Spaniards.) 

At the end of the volume (pp. 161 — 186) will bo 
found an Appendix, containing a short account of 
the possessions, revenues etc. of the Spaniards in 
America, and a complete list of all the ecclesiastical 
functionaries in Spanish America with notices of their 
revenues etc. 

1091 [ ] Historic der Boecaniers, of Vrybuitera 

van America. Arasterd., 1700. 2 parts, in 1. veil, 
map, 7 plates. 4to. Fine copy. 5. — 

{History of the Bucaneers of America.) 

1092 The same. Ibid. 1700. sewed, entirely uncut. 

Rare in this state. 8. — 

Partly a new, but changed edition of the preceding 
work, the whole 2d part being entirely new and in- 
tended for a continuation to the first. Also the plates 
are new; they are nicely done by J. Larasvelt. 

This edition is less scarce than that of 1678, but 
both have remained nearly entirely unknown for a 
long while, so that generally the Spanish translation 
(Cologne, 1681. 4to) was taken for the original. 

Even the learned editors of Mr. Grenville's catalogue 
seem doubtful, whether the first Dutch edition existed 
in print or in MS. 

1093 (Exquemelin) Piratas de la America, y Luza 
la defensa de las Costas de Indias Occidentales. 
Trad, de la lengua Flamenca en Espan., por el 
Dr. de Bonne Maison. Irapr. 2a.. Col. Agripp. 1682. 
vellum. 12mo. 10.— 

Translation of the original Dutch edition of 1678, 
probably printed at Amsterdam, — In the beginning 
of the vol. a poem.- -/Descript. de las islas del Mar 
Athlantico y de America, p. M. de Barrios." 

1094 Extract ende copye van verscheyde brieven 
. . • belangonde de rebellie der Paepsche Portu- 
gesen in Brasilien, tot bewijs, dat de Kroon van 
Portugael schuldieh is aen de selve. Ghedr. in 
'tjaer 1646 (Asher N". 213.) 3.— 

{Extract and copy of different letters, concern, 
the rebellion of the Popish Portuguese in Brazil, 
proving that the crown of Portugat is guilty thereof.) 

1095 Extract uyt d'articukm van het tractaet . . . 
tusschen... Portugael en de Stat. Gener... raec- 
kende de plaetsen. . , buyten de octroyen v. d. 
Oost- en West-Ind. Comp. 's Gravenh. 1641. 1 fol. 
sheet. 1.80 

( Extract from the articles of the treaty . . . 
between Portugal and the Stat. Gener. concerning 
the places not within the limits of the privileges 
of the East- and, West-Ind. Comp?) 

1096 Extracts of a dispatch from H. M. 's Minis- 
ter at Washin.<;i:on, Dec. 1861, inclosing Papers 
relating to foroign affairs laid before the Congress 
of the Un. States, at the Session in 1861. Pre- 
sent, to Parliament 1882. Lond. (1862.) 8vo. 1.75 

1097 Extracts from the letters of Jam. Backhouse and 
D. Wheeler, now engaged in a religious visit to 
Van Diemen's Land and New-South-Wales. Lind- 
field, 1834—35. 2 vols, in 1. bds. 3vo. 1.— 

1098 Eys, J. W. van, en C. G. C Reinwardt, 

Over den Kanadaschen Popel. (Amst. 1820?) 4to. 
1 plate. Extr. 1.— 

{On the Canadian pepple.) 

1099 Pabricius (Jo. A.) Salutaris lux Evangelii 
toto orbi exoriens. Hamburg!, 1741. vellum. 4to. 


Pag. 754 — 785 cont. an account of the propa- 
gation of Christianism in the New World. 

1100 Facsimiles [der titels] van Oude HoUandsche 
Rey-sen ait de verzameling v. Frederik Mnller te 
Amsterdam. — Op steen overgebragt te 's Grav. 
by E. Spanier (1867.) squ. 4to. 30 leaves, in wrap- 
per, with printed table in French. 50. — 

{Facsimiles [of the titles] of old Dutch voyages^ 
in the collection of Fred. Muller at Amst. Litho- 
graphed at the Hague by E. Spanier.) 

These facsimiles have been made with the utmost 
care. They are printed in 50 copies oidy on old 
Dutch paper, made before 1650, and will be sold 
only together, no separate leaves being to be had. 
The originals are all very rare. — Contents, 



1, 2. C!oHection of voyages. Amst., M. Colyn, 

1619. En;;raved an.l prinled title. 

3. Van Noort'8 voyage. (1602.) 

4, 5, 6. Spilbergen and le Maire, Voyage round 
the world. Dutch edit, of 1619 and 21. Latin 
ed. of 1619. 

7, 8. De Veer, Voyage to the North. 1598, 1605. 
9 to 12. Houtrnan's voy. to E.-Iudia. Dutch ed. 

of 1597, 1598. 1609, Latin ed. of 1598. 
13, 14. Van Neck's Toyage. Ed. of 1600 and 1601. 

15. M(arees), Voyage to Guinea. 1602. 

16. Spilbergen, Voyage to E.-India. 1605. 

17. Bicker, Voyage to La Plata. 1603. 

18. Candish and Drake, Voyage round the world. 

19. Raleigh and Keymis, Voyage to Guiana, 1598. 

20. D. Pt. de Vries, 4 Voyages to Asia and Ame- 
rica (New-Netherl.) 1655. 

21 to 30. Detectio freti, by Is. Massa. — All 
the plates and maps of the editions of 1612 
aud 1613. 

1101 Palkenstein (K.) Geschichte der Geographi- 
schen Entdeckungsreiaen. Dresden, 1828 — 29. 
5 parts in 1 vol. 8vo. 1.50 

1102 „The [Family CJompact.'' — The Pope 
(as Antichrist) unites two persons (France and 
Spain), standing together on a map of the U. S. 
with the names of the States. — Contempora- 
neous English caricature on the declaration of 
war by Charles HI of Spain to England, in aid 
of America. 1779. so. 4". 4. — 

1103 Fearon (H. Bradshaw) Sketches of America. 
Narrative of a journey of 5000 miles through the 
Eastern and Western States of America. 3d edit. 
Lond. 1819. hf. calf. 8vo. 2.— 

1104 Feather stonhaugh (G. W.) Geological re- 
port on the elevated country between the Mis- 
souri and Red Rivers. Washingt. 1836. 8 vo. WUh 
a very large col. map. 1.25 

1105 Federalist (The) on the new constitution, 
written in 1788, by llamilton. Jay and Madison. 
New edition. Philadelphia, 1818. calf, porlraitt. 
Svo. 4.50 

1106 Federalist (The) Commentary on the Con- 
stituon of the United States. A collection of Es- 
says, by Al. Hamilton, Jay and Madison. Also 
the Continentaliat and other papers, by Hamilton. 
Edited by John C. Hamilton. Philad. 1866. Porlr. 
cloth. Svo. (8.75) 3.50 

'/The Federalist" ought to be familiar to the 
statesman of all nations." De Tocqueville. 

1107 Felsenthal (B.) Jtidisches Schuldwesen in 
Amerika. Chicago, 1866. Svo. —.76 

1108 Fermin (Ph.) Nieuwe allgemeene, histor., 
geograph. en natuurk. beschrijving van Suriname. 
2de druk. Amsterd., 1785. 2 vols. sd. uncut, map 
and plates. 2.50 

{A new general^ hitiorical, geograph. and natu- 
ral history of Surinam.) 


1109 Fermin (Ph.) Description g^n^r., histor., geo- 
graph. et phys. de Surinam. Amst., 1769. 2 vols. 
map, sd. uncut. Svo. 2.40 

1110 Tableau histor. et polit. de T^tat ancien 

et actucl de Surinam, et d. causes de sa deca- 
dence. Maestr., 1778. hf. bd. Svo. 1.26 

1111 Remarques crit. sar le Tableau histor. et 

polit. de Surinam. . . . (par le baron Eberstein et 
Chion du Vergier). On y a joint une Lettre sur 
le Gouvemement de la dite colonic, sur I'inhu- 
manlte dcs Blancs envers les Nagres, etc. Lond. 
(Amst.) 1779. Svo. — Scarce. 2.— 

1112 Ferry (G.) Une campagne de chasse dans Ift 
Califomie et I'Ocean Pacifique. — E. Delessert, 
Les mines d'or de la Californie. Paris, 1849. Svo. 
Extr. —.50 

1113 Feuillee (La), Journal des observations phy- 
siq., math^mat., botaniques, taites sur les cotes 
orient, de TAmeriquc m^ridionale et dans les Indes 
Occident. 1707—12. Paris, 1714-25. 3 vols.»ja«y 
maps and plates, calf gilt, giU edges. 4to. Neat old 
copy. ' 9.— 

The third volume containing : VHistoire des plan- 
tes medicinales en usage au Perou et au Chili, is 
often wanting. 

1114 Fischer (Chr. A.) Bijdraagen tot de kennis 
der Spaansche bczittingen in Amerika. Leyden, 
1804. sd. uncut. Svo. 1. — 

{Contributions to the kwodledge of the Spanish 
colonies in America. From the German.) 

1115 Tafereelen van Brazilie. Haarlem, 1819. 

sd. uncut. Svo. (2.40) —.80 

(Sketches from Brazil.) 

1116 Fisher (Al.) Journal of a voyage of disco- 
very to the Arctic Regions in H. M.'s ships He- 
cla and Griper, 1819—20. 4th edit. Lond. 1821. 
map. bds. Svo. 1.80 

1117 -" Ontdekkingsreis naar de Noorderpool- 

streken, 1819—20. Dordr. 1822. map. hf. calf. 
Svo. 1.60 

Dutch translation of the foregoing work. 

1118 Fisher (R. Swainson) New and complete 
statistical Gazetteer of the United States of Ame- 
rica. New- York, 1853. calf. roy. Svo. (12.—) 3.— 

956 pp. close letterpress, with a large coloared 

1119 Flacourt (de) Histoiro de la grande isle Ma- 
dagascar. Troyes, iiic. Oudot, et se vcndent a Pa- 
ris Chez la vefue P. L'Amy, 1661. vellum, maps 
and plates. 4to. 7.50 

1120 [Fleurieu.] Decouvertes des Francois en 
1768 et 1769 dans le Sud-Est de la Nouv. Guin^e, 
et reconnaissances posterieures des memes terres 
par des navigateurs Anglais, qui leur ont impos6 
de nouveaux noma. Paris, Imprim. Royale, 1790. 
bds., 12 maps. 4to. 3. — 

1121 Flinders (Matth.) Ontdekkings-Reis naar 
hot Groote Zaidland, anders Nieaw-Hoiland. Uit 



het Eng. Haarlem, 1815—16. 4 vols. id. uncut, 
large map. 8vo. (15.30) 4. — 

{Voyage of discovery to Terra Australia, or 
New-Holland. From the Engl.) 

1122 [Flint (E.)] The Far West, or a tour beyond 
the mountains. N. York, 1838. 2 vols, cloth. 8vo. 


1123 Flores (Jos.) Especifico nuevaraento descu- 
bierto en el Reyno de Goatemala, par la curacion 
radical del horrible mal del cancro, y otros mas 
frecuentes. Cadiz, 1783. 4to. 3.— 

Rare and curious. 

1124 Florida. — Discovery and Conquest of Terra 
Florida by Don Ferd. de Soto. Written by a 
gentleman of Elvas, employed in all the action, 
and transl. from the Portuguese by K. Hakluyt. 
Edited with notea etc. by W. B. Rye. Lend. 1851. 
cloth, map. 8vo. 15. — 

Reprint for the Haicluyt Society of the edition of 
1611. — Scarce. Out of print. 

1125 Kort Voorberigt van de sebeepstogten en 

volkplantingen der Franssen in Florida en (Ca- 
nada. — Scheepstogt van J. de Verrazano na 
Florida, 1524. (Leyd. P. v. d. Ja, 1707.) 8vo. 
without title. 1. — 

{Short pre/ace on the voyages and colonies of 
the French in Florida and Canada; Voyage of 
J. de Verrazano, to Florida, 1524.) 

1126 Religious, funeral and nuptical ceremo- 
nies of the natives of Florida. Engrav. by Bern. 
Picart. 7 represent, with French subscript, on 
4 sheets, fol. — Fi'om: Picart, Ceremonies. 1.50 

1127 Focke (H. C.) Enumeratio diagnostica qua- 
rundam Orchidearum Surinamensiura. {Extr. 1842.) 
8vo. —-60 

1128 Togtje naar Para in Suriname. {Extr.) 

1830. 8vo. —.70 

{^A tour to Para in Surinam.) 

1129 Forbisser (Mart.) Historia navigationis M. 
Forb., Angli Praet. s. Capit. A». 1577, jussu Reg. 
Elisab., ex Anglici, in Septentr. et Occidentis 
tractum susceptae, diarii modo conscripta ; trienuio 
post ex gallico in latinum serm. a J. F. Freigio 
translata, et Norib., ante a. 94, cum praefat. et 
append, edita. Denuo prodit e museo D. Capelli. 
Hamb. 1675. uncut. 4to. 22. — 

Collation: Engraved and printed titles, 2 dedica- 
tions, Latin poems etc. togetlier 15 uunumb. pp. — 
Text beginning on the verso of C2, pp. 1 — 24; 
Annott. pp. 25—29; Appendix pp. 30—37- — The 
original Enghsh edition appeared at London in 1577, 
the French translation in the following year at Ge- 
neva, ttie Latin edition (translated from the Frencii) 
in 1580 at Nurnberg, all in-8vo. This Hamburgh 
reprint contains some augmentations and is very rare. 

1130 Force (P-) National Calendar for 1820, con- 
tain, an official list of all the officiers of the Un. 
States. Washington. 1820. With map. hf. calf, 
wax, 8yo. 2.— 

1131 Foreign Quarterly Review. Lond.1836— 

42. 14 vols. hf. calf. 8vo. 10.— 

With a number of interesting articles on the his- 
tory, literature etc. of America. 

1132 Formosa ('t Verwaerloosde) of verhael 
hoe door verwaerloosing d. Nederl. h. eylant For- 
mosa V. d. Zeeroover Coxinja vermeesterd is, enz. 
Door C. E. S. Amst., 1675. 2 parts in 1 vol. vel- 
lum. 4to. With engr. pi. 7.50 

{The neglected Formosa, or aeeounl how by the 
neglect of the Dutch the island Formosa was cap- 
tured by the pirate Coxinja.) 

1133 Forrest (Thorn.) Voyage to New-Guinea, 
and the Moluccas, from Balambangan, including 
an account of Magindano. To which is added a 
vocabulary of the Magindano tongue. London, 
1779. bds., 30 maps and plates. 4to. 4. — 

"This work supplies what is wanting in Sonnerat, 
as it is ful on the physical and moral character of 
the inhabitants, on their language, on the zoology 
•tc.'' Lowndes. 

1134 The same. Dublin, 1779. hf. calf, map 

and plate. 8vo. 2.25 

1135 Forster (G.) Geschichte der Reisen, die seit 
Cook an der Nordwest- u. Nordost-Kiiste von 
Amerika u. in dem NSrdlichsten Anierika selbst 
unteniommen sind. Berlin, 1791. 3 vols, hf, calf, 
uncut, many maps and plates. 4to. 4.50 

1136 Florulae insularum Australium prodro- 

mus. Getting. 1788. sd. ungut. 8vo. 1. — 

1137 Port Real in Brazil, taken by Colonel 
Arciszcewsky, 7 June. 1635. — Map of the coun- 
try, with inscription in the upper left hand cor- 
ner, sq. fol. 2. — 

1138 Same subject, almost exact copy of the 

foregoing plate, but with explanation of the let- 
ters A — H at the bottom, sq. fol. 2. — 

1139 Same subject, exact copy of N". 1136 in 

inverse order, with inscription in the upper right 
hand corner, sq. fol. 2. — 

1140 Fort Tres Reyes on the river Rio Grande, 
and Fort TrugiDo in Brazil, besieged and taken 
by the Dutch Governor van Keulen. 1633. — 
2 Maps of the Forts, with adjacent country. 2. — 

1141 Same subject. Exactly the same rapresen- 

tation but inverse, fol. 2. — 

1142 Same subject. Same map without the 

Dutch ships, with subscription of one line. sm. 
fol. 2.— 

1143 Fox (G.) A Journal or historical account of 
his life, travels, sufferings etc. 3d edit. London, 
1764. calf. fol. 4.— 

Pp. 428 — 57 contain his travels in Jamaica, 
Maryland, Virginia, Jersey, etc. 

1144 Epistle to all Christians to keep to Yea, 

Yea and Nay, Nay, and to fulfil their words and 
promises. London, 1682. 4to. 1.50 

F&fiDHKIK MULLfiA & C^., 

.•i.anOX-i- FRANKLIN. 


1145 Pox (G-.) Salutatie aan U Charles Stuart, de- 
welke nu zyt geproclamcert Koninck van Enge- 
landt. Amst., 1600. 4to. 1.50 

{Salutation to Thee Charles Stuart, who art now 
proclamed King of England.) 

1146 Een woord voor deu Koniuk, op dat hy 

mag sien, wie die gene zyn, die alle menschen . . . 
lief hebben, en den konink eeren. Gedr. 1661. 
4to. 1.50 

{A word to the King, that he may see who are 
those who love all men and Iwnour the King.) 

1147 Coramentaire philosoph. sur lea paroles 

de Jesua-Christ : Contraint les d'entrer. Trad, de 
I'Angl. p. J. F. [Bayle.^ Avec supplement. Can- 
tobery, 1686—88. 4 vols. cal/. 12rao. 5.— 

1148 Pox (W.) The six colonies of New-Zealand. 
London, 1851. cloth, map. 8vo. 1. — 

1149 Pragoso (Jo.) Aromatum, fructuum, et sim- 
plicium aliquot medicamentorum ex India Orient, 
et Occident, in Europam delatoruin, historia . . . 
Lat. edita op. Isr. Spachii. Argent. 1600. sm. 
8vo. 2.— 

1150 Prancisci (Erasmi) Ost- u. West-Indischer 
wie auch Sinesischer Lust- u. Staats-Garten. Niirn- 
berg. 1668. 3 parts in 2 stoat vols, vellum, 6'S pla- 
tes, fol. 10.— 

A sort of Encyclopaedia of the old writers on 
America, the East-Indies, etc. 

The work is divided into three parts, the Ist and 
2d containing the natural history of the West- and 
East- Indies, with a conscientious account of all the 
fabulons creatures and monstruosities etc. which were 
said to live there. But the 3d part is by far the 
most interesting, as it treats at large of the va- 
rious aboriginal peoples of America and East-India, 
their government, manners, institutions, with many 
very cnrious details. Among the plates of this part 
we find for instance two representations of the bridal 
ceremonies of the inhabitants of Florida, of the hu- 
man sacrifices of the Mexicans etc. — After the 
preface the author gives a catalogue of the works 
he has made use of for his compilation, filling 6 pp. 
in-folio, and showing very extensive reading. 

1151 Franck van Woerd (Seb.) Wereltboeck, 
Spieghel ende Beeltenisse des gheheelen Aertbo- 
dems... te wcten Asia, Aphrica, Europa ende 
America. Oock wat van Nieugheuonden Wurel- 
den ende Eylanden, ... uit glieloofvveerdighe 
Wereltbeschryvers te saiiieu ghedraghen. (Arasterd. 
1558.) veUum. sm. fol. Fine copy. 10. — 

{The Book of the If^orld, Mirror and Image of 
the whole Globe, viz. Asia, Africa, Europe and 
America. Also something of newly found worlds 
and islands, taken from authentic chroniclers.) 

First Dutch edition of the »Book of the World" 
by the wellknown German Anabaptist and Mystic Seb. 
Frank. It was first published in German at Tiibia- 
gen, 1633. 

The 4th book, is entirely devoted to America. It 
begins : Of America . . . which wat found anno 1497. 


1152 Pranok van Woerd (Seb.) The same. (Ara- 
sterd.?) 1562. calf. sm. fol. 8.— • 

Exact reprint of the preceding. 

1153 The same. — Verbetert en vermeerd... 

door J. Phoeylides Hohvarda. Bolswart, 1649. 

vellum. 4to. 6. — 

( The same. Corrected and augmented by J. Pho- 
eylides Holwarda.) 

The corrections and additions of Holwarda are 
placed at the end of the description of each part of 
the world. Those to America fill 4 pages. 

1154 Chronica. Tytboeck en gheschietbibel van 

aenbegin der Werclt tot 1536. Mitsgaders hicrby 
gbevoecht den Spieghel ende Beeltenisse des ghe- 
heelen Aertbodems. Amsterd., 1595. 4 pivrts in 

1 vol. calf. fol. 10. — 

{Chronica and Historical Bible from the begin- 
ning of the florid to the year 1536. To which 
is added the Mirror and the Image of the whole 

The last part, leaves 123 — 134, treats of Ame- 
rica and contains extracts from the voyages of Co- 
lumbus, Vespucci, Cortes etc. 

1155 Franklin (Benj.) Memoirs of his life and 
writings, written by himself, and continued to the 
time of his death, by Will. T. Ffanklin. London, 
1833. 6 vols, portr. and fac-sim. half calf, gilt extra. 
8vo. — ^ery fine copy. 24. — 

Cont. : Life, Private Correspondence, Select Works. 

1156 Historical review of the Constitution and 

Government of Pennsylvania, irom its origin. . , . 
Founded on authentic documents. Lond. 1759. 
calf. 8vo. 4. — 

1157 • Political, Miscellaneous, and Philosophical 

Pieces (written beiore and during the Troubles), 
with explanatory plates, notes and index. Lond. 
1779. sd. uncut, fine bust of Franklin. 8vo. 9. — 

1158 7 Autobiography, publ. by W. T. Franklin, 

ed. by J. Sparks. Loud. 1850. bds. sm. 8vo. —.60 

1159 The same, with an appendix. Authorised 

edit. Dessau, 1854. 2 vols. 8vo. facsim. 1. — 

1160 Corres.iondance inedite et secrete ... 

1753 — 1790; oft'raut: Memoires de sa vie privee; 
causes premieres de la revolution d'Am^rique; 
Hist, des div. negociations, etc. Avec notes, addi- 
tions, etc. Paris. 1817. 2 vols, portr. hf. cf. 8vo. 


1161 Leben. A us dera Engl. Weimar, 1818. 

2 vols. sd. uncut. 8vo. 1.50 

Form vol. 3 and 4 of: Franklin's nachgelassene 
Schriftcn n. Correspondenz. 

1162 Leven, door hem zelvcn beschreven. Be- 

nevens deszelfs zcde-, staat-, letterkundige en gees- 
tige schriften. Gron., 1798—1800. 2 vols. sd. un- 
cut . 8vo. 2. — 

{Franklin's Autobiography, with his moral, poli- 
tical, literary and ingenious writings. Transl.fron 
the Engtith.) . .H!) Hi^ 



1163 Franklin (Bei\j.) Gedonkachriften, bestaande 
in uitgdezen brieven. Haavlem, 1817. 8vo. 

(2.40) 1.60 
{Memoirs, consisting of select letters.) 

1164 Cabanis, Oeuvres completes. Paris, 1823. 

5 vols. sd. uncut. 8vo. 4. — 

Vol. V. contains p. 217 — 275 a biograph. sketch 
of B. Franklin. 

1165 C3ondoroet, Lofreden over Benj. Frank- 
lin. Uit het Fransch. Rotterd., 1791. uncttt. 8vo. 

{Euiogy ofB. Franklin, Transl.from the Freruh.) 

1166 A. L. S. dat. Passy, Oct. 4, 1777. 1 p. 

foi. {Lithogr. facsimile.) 1. — 

Remarkable utterance on his philosophical opinions. 

1167 — — A. L. S., on his being admitted a mem- 
ber of the Academy of Padua, dat. Passy. April 
26, 1782. 2 pp. 40. — Copy of his epitaph, writ- 
ten by himself 1728. — Reduced copy of his portr. 
inserted in Lavater's work on Physionoray. — 
3 Lithogr. facsimiles on one sheet, fol. 3. — 

From Lempertz: Bilderhofte des Buchhandels. 

1168 MS. copy of a little poem (not published?) 

dat. April 22, 1784, the original of which passed 
from the famous collection Upcott into that of 
Mr. H. Lempertz, who presented It to M. Bodel 
Nyenhuis at Leiden. 2. — 

Last lines : "'t Is time that I retire to rest, 

Landlord, I thank ye! — Friends, good night." 

1169 Franklin (John) Journey (first) to the sho- 
res of the Polar Sea in 1819 to 1822. Lond. 1823. 

Idem, Second Expedition to the shores of 

the Polar Sea in 1825—27. Lond. 1828. 2 vols. 
cloth, maps and numerous plates, some coloured. 4to. 


an die Ktisten des Polar- 
Weimar, 1829. sd. uncut, 

1170 Zweite Reise 

meeres. Aus d. Engl. 
map. 8vo. 

1171 Histoire des deux voyages entrepris par 

Franklin et Parry, pour la decouverte d'un pas- 
sage de rOcean Atlantique dans la MerPacifique. 
Trad, de I'Angl. Paris, 1824. sd„ col. map. 8vo. 


1172 Freemantle (Lieut.-Col.) Three months in 
the Southern States, April — June 1863. Edinb. 
and Lond. 1863. portraits, cloth. 8vo. (5.25) 2.50 

1173 Fremont (Capt. J. O.) Report on the Ex- 
ploring Expedition to the Rocky Mountains, Ore- 
gon and North Caroline, 1842—44. Washingt. 1846. 
693 pp. plates and map. cloth. 8vo. 3.50 

1174 French (B. F.) Historical Collections of 
Louisiana and Florida, including translations of 
original MSS. relating to their discovery and sett- 
lement, with numerous historical and biograph. 
notes. New Series. New-York, 1869. cloth uncut, 
plate of facsimile. 8vo. 362 pp. — Subscriber's 
copy N"- 96. 9.— 

J 175 French ships (The), the Frudent and Bien- 

faisani, captured in Louisburg-Harbour by Admi- 
ral Boscawen. 1758. R. Faion px., engrav. by 

P. C. Canot. sq. fol. 3. _ 

1176 Freyer (Joh.) Ncgenjarige Reyse door Oost- 
Indien en Persien, 1672—81. Uit het Eng. 's Gra- 
venh., 1700. vellum, plates. 4to. 1.7&. 

{A 9 'gears' voyage thrdugh the East-Indies and 
Persia, 1672- 8 L) 

1177 Freytag (J. B.) Memoircs conten. des details 
sur les D^portes du 18 Fructldor a la Guyane; 
les princip. evenemens dans cette Colon ie pend. 
la Revolution; ses voyages dans div. parties de 
I'Amerique, etc. Accomp. de notes hist., topo^r. 
et crit. Paris, 1824. 2 vols. ids. 8vo. 2^50 

The author was "Ancien Commandant de Sinna- 
mary et de Conaniama dans la Guyane FraD9aJ8e." 

1178 Freycinet (L. de) Voyage autour du Monde, 
execute sur les corvettes I'Uranie et la Physi- 
cienne. Paris, 1824 et suiv. 

a. Uistorique. "Vol. I. compl. et vol. If. partie 
1, 2 (jusque page 628.) 4to. With Atlas livr. 
1—22. contain. 110 plates, partly colour, fo). Nearly 
complete, the entire atlas (24 livr.) containing 120 
plates or only 10 pi. more. (288 fr.) 30.— 

6. Botanique (redigee p. Gaudichaud.) 1 vol. 4to. 
With Atlas of 120 plates, fol (120 fr.) 15,— 

c. Zoologie (par Quog et Gaimard.) 1 vol. 4to. 
No Atlas. 5. — 

d. Figure du Globe et observations dupendule. 
1 vol. 4to. (14 fr.) 3.— 

a—d taken together, offered at 45.— W^ 

1179 Le meme. Uistorique. (Vol. [.) Paris, 1825. " 

h/. calf. 4to. 4.50 

This volume treats almost exclusively on Brazil. 

1180 Frezier, Relation dii voyage de la Mer du 
Sud, aux cotes du Chili, du Perou et du Bresil, 
1712—14. Amsterd., 1717. 2 vols, vellum, 38 pla- 
tes and maps. 8vo. 2.50 

1181 The same edition, sd. uneui. 8vo. 3.50 

The maps are kwown to be very correct. At the 

end of Vol. II. is a very interesting memoir on the 
establishment of the Jesuits in the Spanish West- 
Indies (i. e. Paraguay.) The original edition of thi&BJi 
small memoir, publ. in 1712, is extremely scarcelB 
The other editions of Frezier do not contain this tract. ™' 

1182 Relation du voyage de la Mer du Sud, 

aux cotes du Chily et du Perou, 1712—14. Paris, 
1732. calf, maps and plates. 4to. 2.B0 

1183 Reis-Beschryving door de Zuid'Zee langs 

de kttsten van Chili, Peru en Brazil. Nevens eene 

beschryvinge van de regeringe der Yncas in Peru. 

Arast., 1718. vellum, 37 plates and maps. 4to. 2.50 

{Journal of the voyage through the South-Sea, 

along the coasts of Chili, Feru and Brazil; with 

a history of the Incas of Feru.). 


The same. Ibid. 1718. 4to. uncut. 3. — 
The same. Ibid. 1718. ralf. 4to. Thick 



FrEDERIK MuLLEft & C°., 



1186 Frikius. — Drie seer aanmerkeiyke Reysett 
na Oost-lndien, gedaen door Chr. Frikius, E. Hesse 
en Chr. Schweitzer, 1675—86. Vert, door S. de 
Vries. Aiust, 1705. velium, plates by Luiken. 4to. 

{Three very memoraUe voyages to East-India, 
iy Chr. Frikins, E. Hesse and ( hr. Schweitzer, in 
1675-86. Tra7ist. by S. de Fries.) 

1187 Proger (P.) Relation d'un voyage fait en 
1695—97 aux cotes d'Arrique, detroit de Magellan, 
Rrisil, Cayenne et Isles Antilles. Amst., 1699. 
calf, mctps and plates. 8vo. 3. — 

"^'^09. Froger, qui nous a fburni le recit de 
rexp6lition sons le cominandemeut de M. de Geunes, 
avait pris part K ce vopge daas le dessin d'observer 
tout ee qui merite I'attentiou dh voyageur. II s'ap- 
pliqna sartoot i faire des cartes particuliferes des 
l)ort8 et des rivieres. Ses descriptions sout pleines 
d'interet, et on fait cas de ses plans et cartes. Fro- 
ger fut ansai le premier qui donna des details siir 
uu voyage au de'troit Je Magellan, eutrepris par 
des Frau^ais." Tromel. 

1188 Prossard (B. J.) La cause des esclaves n6- 
gres et des habitants de la Guinee . . . ou His- 
toire de la traite et de 1' esclavage des negres, 
etc. Lyon, 1789. 3 vols, engraved frontisp. hf. calf. 
8vo. 2.50 

1189 The same. Bulch translation, 's Graavenh. 

1790. 2 vols. h[. calf, or sd. uncut. l.oO 

1190 Purly, Benj., distinguished member of the 
sect of Quakers at Rotterdam. — A. L. S. (in 
Dutch) dat. Nov. 13, 1674. 6 very closely written 
pp. 4". — A. L. S. of the same to C. v. Alcke- 
made, dat. Dec. 6, 1709. 7.50 

Highly interesting letters, written in defence of 
the opinions of the Quakers. 
1101 G«ge (Thorn.) New Survey of tlie West- 
Indies, . . . contain, a journal 3300 miles within 
the nmin land of America, in Mexico, Chiapa, Gua- 
temala, etc. With a grammar of the Indian ton- 
gue, called Poconcki or Pocoman, 3d edit. Lond. 
1677. Map, calf. 8vo. 24.— 

1192 Nieuwe ende seer naenwkeorige reyse door 

de Spaensche VVest-lndien.Overge».doorfi. V. Qiuel- 
lenburgh.) Utrecht, 1682. vellum, maps and plates. 
4to. 3._ 

Dutch traoslatiou of the foregoing work, contai- 
ning also the grammar of the Ponchi Janguage. 

1198 The same. 2d edit. Ibid. 1700. hf. vellum, 

maps and plates. 4to. 3. — 

1194 Voyages daus la Nouvelle Espagne ... 

Avec la description de la ville de Mexique . . . 
etc. Amsterd. 1695. 2 vols, vellum, maps and pla- 
tes. 8vo. 4.— 

Vol 2 with 

1196 Qalllaxd (H.), Lea braconnicra du Nouveau 
Monde. Paris. 1866. 8vo. 1.— 


1195 Same work. 2 vols. calf. 

date of 16U4. 

1197 rOalard-Terraube, (de)] Tafereel van Ca- 
yenne. Ley den, 1800. 8vo. 1.50 

(Description of Cayenne.) 

1198 Gallaeus, Ph., Theatri Orbis Terramm en- 
chiridion, miuoribns tabulis exaratnm et cvrmine 
heroicv per Hug. tavoHum illnstratum. Antverpiae, 
Chr. Plantinus. 1586. calf. 4*. — Fery fine coj^y. 
RaBe. 16.— 

84 Maps with a poetical description, 2 of which 
relate to Annerica, viz. : a map of the World and a 
general map of America. 

1199 Gallatia (Alb.) Sketch of the Finances of 
the United States. New-York, 1796. ca//. 8vo. 1.80 

1200 Galloway. — Interrogatien van Jos. Gallo- 
way, onlangs spreeker van de Vergadering van 

. Pennsylvaniea voor het Lagerhuis, m eene com- 

missie op de Americaansclie Papieren. Uit het 

Eng. (x\mst.) 1781. sd. uncut. 8vo. 3. — 

(2/4^ examination of Jos. Galloway, late speaker 

of the House of Assembly oj Pennsylvania, before 

the House of Communes, in a committee on the 

American Papers. From the English.) 

■'A very interesting and the first anthenlib piece 
in Dutch relating to the American affairs, especially 
on the sentiments and feelings of the people in ge- 
neral, the despotism of the Congres . . . the cam- 
paigns of Sir Will. Howe and Lord Howe, etc." — 
Old Dutch note in MS. 

1201 Gama (B. Jose da) Informagaft sobre a Ca- 
pitanio do Maranhao, dada em 1813. With preface 
by Mr. de Varnhagen. Vienna, 1872. 12mo. 1.'20 

1202 Garden (AL), Eulogy on Gen. ChS. Cotes- 
worth Pinckney, Presid.-General of the Society 
ot the Cincinnati ... Charleston, 1825. 8vo. 1.20 

1203 Garretsen (G. J.), History of the Ref. Pro- 
test. Dutch Churches of Jamaica and Newtown, 
L. [. , — A discourse delivered ... at the 40th 
anniv. of the ministry of the Rev. Jac. Schoon- 
maker. Flushing, 1842. 8vo. 1.50 

1204 Gasparin (A. de) Les Etat»-Unis en I8CI. 
Un grand peupie qui se releve. 2e 6d, rev. et 
corr. Paris, 1862. hf. cloth. 8vo. 1. — 

1205 Gastine (Civique de) Uistoire de la Repu- 
blique d'Haiti, ou St. Domingue, I'csclavage et 
les colons. Paris, 1819. — Eouvet de Cresse., His- 
toire de la catastrophe de St. Domingue. Ibid. 
1824. — 1 vol. hf. bd. 8vo. 3.— 

1206 Gatterer (J. Chr.) De bedli Romanor. socia- 
1)8 caussis et eventu, respectu ad bellum cum Co- 
toniis Americanis gestum habito. Getting. 1783. sm. 
fol. uticut. 2.50 

A l^atiu programme of the University of Gottin- 
geu; of the highest rarity. It is reprinted in the 
works of C. G. Heyne who will have written it for 
the Ucctor Gatterer. 

1207 Gazeta de Madrid. (Madrid), 1775. 52 Nos. 
1 vol. vellum. BUI. 4to. 3.50 

Weekly newspaper, iatercsting for the infbrma- 




tions relating to tlie War bettreen America and Eng< 
land at the time, from a Spanish point of view. 

1208 Gazette de Leyde. Nouvelles de divers 
endroits. Leyde, 1765—82. 17 vols, in leaves, un- 
evt; Tteio copy. 4to. 50. — 

Valuable journal, of the highest importance for 
the history of that period, and particularly for that 
of America. — In No. 30 of the year 1781 the 
editor, the renowned publisher and scholar E. Luzac 
says: *De8 I'origine des troubles en Amerique nous 
D0U8 tommes attaches a recueillir dans noire feuille des 
memoires pour I'histoire de la "revolution Araeri- 
caine." — M. Luzac was in correspondence and on 
a friendly footing with John Adams, Franklin and 
other leading men of the revolution ; strongly atta- 
ched to the cause of America, he supported and pro- 
moted it by his widely circulated paper, written 
with eminent judgment and strict impartiality. The 
innumerable notices on America in this paper are 
therefore highly to be valued. The present volumes are 
the most interesting years for the American collectors. 

1209 Gedenkstukken (Vaderlandsche), opgerigt 
in de beide groote Kerken te Delft. Delft, 1829. 
7 lithogr. plates, fol. 2. — 

{Patriotic memorials in the two great churches 
at Delft.) 

Description and plates of the tombs of P. Pz. 
Hein, William I (the Taciturn), H. Grotius, M. Hz. 
Tromp, etc. 

1210 Geelhoed, D., Ondervpijs in de behandeling 
d. aard- en hemelglobe. Leyden en Dordr. 1826. — 
2 vols. 8". 2.50 

{Instruction in the use of both globes.) 

1211 Gelre (P. P. van) Specimen inaug. polit.- 
jurid. de utilitate Navigationis. Lugd. Bat. 1758. 
4to. 1.50 

Points out a. o. : the usefulness of navigation in 
the acquisitions of the colonies iu America. 

1212 (Genest). La Verity revel^e. Trad, de I'Angl. 
Lond. 1755. calf. sm. 8vo. 1. — 

Treats of the political and economical affairs with 
special reference to America. 

1213 Gennessee. — Description topograpbique de 
six cents mille acres de terresjdans I'Am^rique Sep- 
tentrionale, mises en vente par actions, snivant 
le plan d'association ci-joiut. Paris, 1792. sd. un- 
cut. 4to. 10.— 

Belongs to the origin of the negotiation mentioned 
in the following number. 

1214 Map of two millions Acres of Land West- 

Genesee in the State of New-York, by J. and 
JB. Ellicott. 1800. fol. 66 by 52. Coloured. — Very 
rare. 15. — 

This map is made for a negotiation, formed by 
five wealthy merchants of Amsterdam, nearly all 
Baptists, who bought these two millions of acres, 
between Lake Ontario and the Nothero boundary 
of Pennsylvania, at about one florin (40 cents gold) 
per acre. The map records their names. 

1215 Gennessee. — Original, drawn map re- 
lating to thesame negotiation. One sheet, fol. 73 
by 66. — Very neatly drawn. — Unique. 40. — 

This map has never been printed; it was 
most probably drawn for the principal leaders of 
the enterprise, and quite different from the some- 
what smaller map by J. and B. Ellicott. This drawn 
map is certainly of later date, for we find on it the 
names of the purchasers, and the number of acres 
of each of them, with distinctly marked boundaries. 

1216 Die Geographia in ein Garten Spiel. 

Augsburg, J. Stridbeck. (about 1730.) sq. 4". 25. — 

{„The Geography in a pack of playing-cards.'") 

This very curious set consists of 60 cards, Ig. 12", 
printed on 5 leaves sq. 4*, in the original condition, 
uncut and not yet divided. The set embraces : fron- 
tispiece, engraved title {Tabulae geographicae cet.), 
preface of 2 pp. (announcing that playing at cards 
in this way is an invention of the "celebrated P. 
Daval," that the clubs indicate America, spades 
Africa, hearts Europe and diamonds Asia), 4 maps 
of Europe, Asia, Africa and America. — The suit 
of clubs (America) is divided thus: 

King, Montezuma. Five, Mexico. 

Queen, Elizabeth, Virginia. Six, Paraguay. 

Knave, Patagonia. Seven, Antilles. 

Ace, Division of America. Eight, Canada. 

Deuce, Chili. Nine, Brazil. 

Trey, Florida. Ten, Castilia d'Or, 

Fotir, Peru. 

1217 Georgetown. — Ordinances of the corpora- 
tion of Georgetown, with an Appendix containing 
the Laws of Maryland as relate immediatfcly to 
the town. Georgetown, 1821—24. bds. 8vo. 2.— 

1218 Gerbier (Balth.) — Waerachtige Verkla- 
ringe nopende de goude en silvere mijne, waarvan 
den Kidder B. Gerbier Douvily gecontracteerd heeft 
. . . 's Grav. 1656. 4to. Vncut. (Asher W. 303.) 6.— 

( True declaration concerning the Gold and Silver 
mines, for which the Cheval. B. Gerbier has made 
a contract.) 

1219 Copye van het manderaent van d'Edele 

Hove van Hollant. (1657). 4to. 3.— 

Ordinance of the Court of Holland to the share- 
holders of Gerbier's Company, to fulfil their duties 
towards him. — Not mentioned by Asher. 

1220 Octroy van de Staten Gener. aengaende 

de Colonic op de Wilde Kust van America, onder 
het beleyt v. B. Gerbier Baron Douvily. 1659. 
4to. (Asher N». 307.) 5.— 

{Patent by the States Gen, regarding the colony 
on the Wild Coast of America, under B. Gerbier.) 

This is the first Dutch Patent for the coloniza- 
tion of Surinam; on pp. 7 — 8 will be found: Spe- 
cification of the equipment, the capital, etc. 

1221 Sommier verhael van sekere Ameri- 

kaensche voyagie, gedaen door den Ridder Balthas. 
Gerbier. . . . Commandeur van een Guajaensche 
colonic. 1660. (Asher No. 11.) 10 pp. and 2 pi. — 
Very rare, 10. — 

Prederik & C°., 




(Summarit account of a certain American voyage , 
made by £. Oerbier, commander of a Colony in 

Very rare pamphlet, with the plates representing 
the murder committed by O. Keye, wanting to nearly 
all copies. 

The 2 last pp. wanting. 

1222 Gerbier (Balth) — The 2 plates ofthefo- 
regoingf, representing 2 scenes of the assault and 
2 portr. of the murderers, Ig. 4*. — With a French 
poem of B. Gerbier written in Calais 1645, in 
modern transscnpt. 5. — 

1223 Lauts, Balth. Gerbier. (/a Dutch). Extr. 

1856. 8vo. —.50 

1224 Oesangbuch. (Das Nene Gremeinschaftliche) 
fiir die Luther, u. Reforrairten Gemeinden in Nord- 
Amerika. New- York, 1852. bda. 8vo. 3.25 

1225 Getrouw Verhael van de opkomst en tegen- 
woord. toestand dcr zo genaanide Methodisten in 
Engeland. Workum, 1752. kf. bd. 8vo. 3.50 

{True account of the rise and present condition 
of the so called Methodists.) 

Chapt. IV. (pp. 17 — i{4) contains an account of 
the voyage of J. and C. Wesley to Georgia and 
their residence there. 

1226 Gewichtige Aanmerkingen over hetver- 
val van Neerlands zeevaard en Koophandel . . . 
opgedragen aan de reeders der te Avapene schepen 
voor de West-Ind. Colonien. Rotterd., 1781. 8vo. 
72 pp. 1.— 

{Important notices on the decline of Netherland's 

navigation and commerce, addressed to the owners 

III,, of the armed vessels, fit for the ffest-Ind. colonies.) 

m? Ghillany, F. W., Der Erdglobus des Mar- 
, tin Behaim vom Jahre 1492, u. derdes Joh. Scho- 

ner von 1520. Niirnb. 1842. 2 plates, bds. uncut. 

4". 2.50 

1228 Geschichte des Seefahrers Ritter Martin 

Bebain), nach den iiltesten vorhanden Urkunden. 
Nebst Jl. V. Humboldt, Abhandl. iib. d. iiltesten 
Karten des Neuen Continents u, d. Namen Ame- 
rika. Nurnberg, 1853. Portr., 2 plates of Behaim" s 
Globus of 1 492, facsimile of the 3 oldest maps of 
America, bds. very large 4". (22. — ; 16. — 

1229 Gillespie (A.) Buenos-Ayres . . . opgehelderd 
door ecne reis in de binnenlanden van Rio de la 
Plata. Amst. 1820. sd. 8vo. 1.— 

{Gleanings on Buenos-Ayres, by a voyage in the 
interior of Rio de la Plata. From the Engl.) 

1230 Gilman, John Taylor, Governor of N. 
Hampshire, 1794—1803. — A. L. S. to Caleb 
Strong, Gov. of Massachus. dat. Exeter, Jan. 6, 
1802. 1 p. 4». 1.25 

1231 Girault (L.), Histoire de la E^publique des 
Etats-Unis. Paris, A. Rion (1840?) am. 8vo. —.60 

Popular edition or chap-book. 

1232 Glareani (H.) De geographia liber unus. 

Apud Fribnrgum Brisgoicum. Anno 1530. figg., 

old calf 4to. (Harrisse 147.) 6.— 

The passage relating to America will be found oa 

leaf 35: 'Porro ad occidentem terra est, quam 

Americata vacant, etc.'' 

1233 Glareani (H.) The same. Ibid., 1539. figff. bdt. 
4to. (Harrisse N*. 228, Add. NO. 121.) 6.— 

1234 Glas (G.) History of the discovery and con- 
quest of the Canary Islands, translated from a 
Spanish MS. With a description and modern his- 
tory of the inhabitants. Lond., 1764. map, bdt. 
roy. 4to. 5. — 

The original work was written by a Spanish friar 
in the isle of Palma, 1632. It has never been printed. 

1235 Globes. — Terrestrial and Celestial Globe. 
Amsterdam, G. et L. Valk. 1750. Both coloured. 
With brass meridian, in the original wooden 
stands. 12. — 

The terrestrial globe is in good condition but the 
celestial is partly damaged. This last bears 2 anno- 
tations, telling that this globe is corrected and aug- 
mented by Hevelins and L. Znmbach (de Koesfcldt.) 

1236 Terrestr. and Celestial Globe. London, 

D. Adams, Globemaker to the King. 1796. — Both 
coloured and varnished, with brass meridians of 
48 centimeter diameter, etc., each with a silk co- 
ver and in the original wooden stand, high 125 
cent., each with a large compass. To each stand 
belongs a stout oak case, with door, of 140 by 
65 cent. — Both exceedingly well preserved. 30. — 

Both globes are dedicated to King George III. — 
The pair forms a fine ornament for an astronomical or 
geographical library. — See: N". 329. Bleau's Globes. 

1237 Goddard (W. G.), Address to the Phi Beta 
Kappa Society of Rhode Island, delivered Sept. 
7, 1836. Boston, 1837. 8vo. —.75 

On the value of liberal studies. 

1238 [Goens (B. M. van)], Politick Vertoog over 
het waar Systeraa van Amsterdam met relatie tot 
de algemeene belangen der Repnbliek, benevens 
consideratien over den tegenwoord. oorlog, en het 
voorgevallene in 1777 — 80, mitsg. Deductie over 
de geheime onderhandelingen tusschen d. Pensio- 
naris van Berkel en de Engelsche Colonien in 
Amerika, en het tractaat met dezelve gesloten te 
Aken, 4 Sept. 1778. (Utrecht.) 1781. fol. 20.— 

{Political Deduction on the true System oj Am- 
sterdam, in relation to the genered interests of the 
Republic, with considerations on the present war, 
and what happened from 1777 — 80; also a deduc- 
tion on the secret negotiations between the Pensio- 
nary V. Berkel and the English Colonies, and the 
treaty made with them at Aix-La-Chapelle in 177S.) 

Original folio edition, extremely scarce, 
being printed privately at the author's ex[iense and 
only in a very small number of copies. 

The Politiek yertoog is a mast vehiment, but 
also very partial accusation of the city of Amsterdam 
and its politics, especially during the Anierican war. 
It strongly condemns the help, indirectly granted by 


G0EN8 — GOOS. 

Amsterdam to the Americans, as well as the secret 
treaty and negotiations made with them. 

1238a[Goen8 (R. M. van)] The same. No place. 
1781. Portr. on the title, sd., uncut. Svo. 6. — 

Contrefeit of te foregoing work, published against 
the will of the author. 

1239 Brieven over de tegenwoordige tjjdsom- 

standigheden, onder de zinspreuk: Frangimur, n 
eoUidimur. No place, 1779. Svo. 8.— 

{Letters on the occurrences of this time.) 
On the interest for the Dutch Republic to act with 
Engl., against the infli)ence of France, in the Ame- 
rican question. — Extracted from the annotations of 
his friend Mr. Kay, Major in the Scottish Brigade. 

1240 Consideratien op de Memorie aan UH. 

MM. geadresseerd door John Adams, . . . Leiden, 
19 April 1781. (Amst.) Svo. sd. uncut. 1.50 

{Considerations on the Memorial addressed to 
Their High Might, by John Adams.) 

Against the proposed alliance with the United 
States, which as the author says, can only bring 
misfortune on his country. 

1241 Eenige herinneringen ait myn leven, aan 

Ld. Dover, K. B. . . . Red House, Canton Bazel, 
27 July 1789. MS. 110 pp. hf. cf. fol. 5.— 

{Memorials of my life, to Ll. Bover.) 
Autobiography of Van Goens, written originally 
in English. Neat copy in MS., made before the pu- 
.■ ' blication of the following N''. 

1242 Eigen levensbeschryving, met een voorbe- 

richt van H. W. T. Tydeman. {Extr. 1867.)8vo. 2.— 

{Autobiography, edited by H. W. T. Tydeman.) 
The original is written by the author in English, 
a language he ardently loved, his mother being a 
lady of English birth. The English MS. was in the 
possession of Prof. H. W. Tydeman, (who died in 
1S63, aged 84) and translated and published by his 
son, the lie v. H. W. T. Tydeman. 

1243 Candidus, Missive aan ... R, M. van 

Goens, betreif. den schryver van zeker Politick 
Vertoog. Rotterd., 1781. Svo. 1.50 

{Letter addressed to R. M. van Goens, concer- 
ning the author of certain: Political Deduction.) 

Vehement pamphlet (by W. van Irhoven van 
Bam) against the Vertoog W. 1238. 

1244 Le Voici, of pourtrait en byzonderhee- 

den aangaande den Politiek-Vertoog-Schryver, 
K. M. V. Goens. 1782. 8vo. 2.— 

{Le Voiciy or portrait and particulars concer- 
ning the author of the Political Beduction, R. M. 
V, Goens.) 

On the title v. Goens' portrait with the inscrip- 
tion: Le Traitre R. M. v. Goens. 

1245 Goes (Dam. a) Fides, religio, moresque Aethio- 
pum sub imp. Preciosi Joannis (quem vulgo Pres- 
byterum Joannem vocant) cum enarrat. confoederat. 
inter ipsos Aethiop. Impp. et Reges Lusitanae. . . 
Aliquot item epistolae Heleuae avtae Davidis 
Preciosi Joannis, ac ipsius etiam Davidia, ad 

Pontif. Rom., etEman. ac Joan. Lusitan. Reges. .. 
Beploratio Lttppianae pentis, ipso etiam Dam. & 
Goes aut. Paris, Chr. Wechel, 1541. vellum. Svo. 

In the same vol. is bound up: D. Chytradi Orat. 
de Statu Ecclesiarum hoc tempore in Graecia, Asia, 
Boemia, etc.; Epistt. Coustantinopolit. et aliae, Gr. 
et Lat. ; Confessio fidei Gennadii Patr.; De Russo- 
rum et Tartaror. relig. ac motibus etc. Francof. 
1583. — Ejutd. Orat. contin. descript. regionit 
Greichgaeae ad Necearum flu v. sitae. Francof. 1583. 

1246 Goes (Dam. a). — De Rebus Hispanicis, 
Lusitanicis, Aragonicis, Indicis et Aethiopicis : Dam. 
a Goes, Hier. Pauli, Hier. Blanci, Jac. Tevii. C'o- 
loniae, 1602, vellum. Svo. 5. — 

The account of Dam. a Goes on Aethiopia fills 
pp. 159—254 and contains many notices on Precio- 
sus Joaynes, his letters, etc. — The volume contains, 
besides, accounts of the Portuguese victories and con- 
quests in the East, etc. 

1247 Goodhue, Benj., U. S. Senator 1796—1800. 
— A. L. S. to Mr. Dwight Foster, no date (May 
1798). 1 p. 80. 2.50 

On politics. — »What have you done with Har- 
per's resolution for prohibiting intercourse with 
France," cet. 

1248 Goodrich, Chauncey, U. S. Senator, Lient.- 
Govemor of Connecticut. — A. L. S. to John 
Mix, dat. Philad. Dec. 25, 1798. 1 p. 4». 1.50 

Giving some information on Doctor Hart's death. 

1249 A. L. S. to Th. S. Williams of Hartford, 

dat. Washington, April 23, 1808. 1 p.^ 4». 1.50 

1250 Goodrich (S. G.) De Vereen. Staten van 
Amerika, hun statistiek, geschiedenis, aardrijks- 
gesteldheid, nijverheid, enz. Amst., 1854. sd., map. 
Svo. (3.80) 1.80 

( 2^he United States, their statistics, history, ^eo^JBI 
graphy, industry, etc.) ^ 

1251 Goodricke (H) Aenmerk. op Dr. Prices' 
leer en grondbeginselen van burgerl. vryheit en 
regcering, de verraeende voorrechten der Americ. 
volksphmt. Leyden, 1777. sd. uncut. Svo. 1.50 

{Observations on Br. P's theory and principles 
of civil liberty and government, with a letter on 
the would be pretentions of the American colonies.) 

The English original appeared in 17.6 without 
the author's name, which is Goodrich, not Goodricke. 

1252 Goes, P., De Lichtende Colomme, ofte Zee- 
spiegel inhoudende eene beschrijvinghe der Zee- 
kusten van de Oostersehe, Noordsche en Wester- 
sche schipvaert, Amst. P. Goos, 1657. vellum. 
With 63 Coloured maps and many fig. in the text. 
fol. — Rakb. 20.— 

{The Lightning Columne, or Sea-Mirror, contai- 
ning a description of the coasts of the Eastern, 
Western and Northern navigation.) 

Especially interesting for the Northern Seas, the 
Coasts of Russia, Sweden, Norway, Denmark, etc. 
With Dutch text giving nautical instructions, astro- 

FiiEUERiK Mut.i,i;r & C% 



Qomicsl observ&tiona, with fignres of instraracnts, 
etc. — Pp. 71 — 83 treat on the Arctic regions, ia 
behalf of the Whalers, giving many deliuealious of 
the coasts of Greenland (with Strait Davis), Spits- 
berg, Jan-Mayen-Island, etc. — In the same volu- 
me: Ant. Jacobsz, Nienw groot Straetsboeck, in- 
houd. de Middellandsche Zee. {Maritime Alias of the 
Mediterranean.) Arast. 1656. — With 20 coloured 
and illuminated charts^ and numerous fig. in the text. 

1253 Qoos (P.) The same. New edition. Ibid. 1664. 
vellum gilt, gilt edges. 63 Plain maps. roy. fol. — 
Very fine copif. 15. — 

Contains the same maps as the former edition. 

1»)54 De Zee-Atlas ofte Water-Wereld. Amst., 

P. OooSy 1666. gilt vellum, gilt edges, fol. Beautiful 
copy, the 41 charts exquisitely illuminated in colours 
and gold. 30. — 

{Maritime Atlas or Water- fForld.) 
A splendid Atlas, perfectly dilTereut from the same 
publisher's Lichtende Colomme, all the charts being 
new. It is equally remarkable for the exactness of 
the charts as for their sumptuous execution, nearly 
all being adorned with coats of arms, costumes, em- 
blematical figures, etc, in the present copy in gold 
and colours, in the best style. — On 11 charts the 
American coasts are delineated, viz. : Northern parts 
(Greenland, BafUns-Bay, Strait Davis, etc.). General 
map from Newfoundland till Brazil, New-Netberland 
with Virginia, New-Netherland from Cabo Ilinloo- 
fen till Reckkewach, (with the arms of N.-Nether- 
land in gold), W. I. Islands, Caraibs, Brazil and 
the Amazon, Rio de la Plata till the Strait of Ma- 
gellan, Chili with Peru and New-Spaia, New-Gra- 
iiada, California (still represented as an island) with 
the Pacific. 

See on the charts of New-Netherland Asher's 
List N». 22—24. 

1255 De Zee-Atlas. — Same edition. Good copy, 

with coloured but not illuminated charts. 18. — 

12.56 Same Atlas, new edition. Amst, P. Goos 

1668. vellum, gilt arms on sides, the charts richly 
coloured and illuminated. Splendid copy. roy. fol. 

With exactly the same 41 maps as the former 
edition, though the Index does not mention one of 

1257 — — Atlas de la Mer ou raonde Aquatictine. 

Amst., P. Goos, 1673. vellum. Coloured maps. roy. 

fol. — Binding damaged. 18. — 

With the same 41 maps as in the Dutch edition, 

but the introductory text in French. — Rare. 

1258 De Zee-Atlas ofte Water-Wereld. Ibid. 

1675. vellum, plain maps. fol. 8. — 
This edition and the following of 1676 have only 

one chart of New-Netherland. 

1259 Same Atlas, new edition. Amst., P. Goos. 

1676. vellum gilt, gilt edges. Coloured maps. — Fin« 
copy. 8.— 


1260 Gordon (Th. P.) History of Pennsylvania, 
from its discovery by Europeans to the Decla- 
ration of Independence in 1776. Philadelphia, 1829. 
calf. 8vo. 12.— 

1261 Digest of the laws of th© United States, 

with notes explanatory and historical. Philad. 
1827. 884 pp. sheep. 8vo. 4.25 

1262 Gtordon (Will.) The history of the rise, pro- 
gress and establishment of the independence of 
the United States of America, inclading an ac- 
count of the late war and of the 1.3 colonies from 
their origin to that period. London, Printed fon 
the author, 1788. 4 stout vols. hf. bd,, maps. 8vo. 

The author resided in America from 1770 — 86 
and wrote a considerable part of his work on the 
spot. He had there the opportunity to inspect not 
only the records of the Congress, but also the papers 
of Washington, Gates, Greene, L ncoln, etc. 

1263 Gospels (The) translated into the language 
of the Esquimaux Indians on the coast of Labra- 
dor. London, 1813. calf. 8vo. 2.50 

1264 Nene Karighwiyoston etc. The Goapel 

according to St. John, in Esquimaux and Bnglish. 
London (1820.) calf. 8vo. 2.50 

1265 Gosselman (C. A.), Resa in Norra Amerika. 
Nykoping, 1835. Vol. I. red mor. gilt, gilt edges. 
8yo. 2.— 

1266 Resor in Sijdra Amerika. Dl. I. Fran 

England till Mendoza, 1836—37. Stockholm, 1842^ 
map and plate, bds. 8vo. 1.50 

1267 Resa in Columbia. 1825—26. 2a Uplag 

Stockholm, 1830. Vol, II. red m«r. gilt, gilt edges. 
8vo. 1.50 

1268 Reis naar Columbia in 1825-26. Haar- 
lem, 1822. 2 vols. 8vo. IVith map. 2.50 

Dutch translation of the foregoing. Complete. 

1269 CJottfriedt (Joh. L.) [or J. Ph. Abelin] 
Newe Welt vnd Americanische Historien. luhal- 
tende warhafiftige vnd vollkoinmene Be^chreibun- 
gen aller West-Indian. Landschafften. .. Franck- 
furt, 1655. calf, vellum, clean and well conditioned 
copy. fol. 28. — 

It is sufficiently known, that good copies are 
very rare. 

This highly interesting work ought to be annexed 
to the collections of de Bry, of which it is, to a 
certain degree, an abridgement and of which it re- 
produces a large number of the plates, but hert all 
printed in the text. The author, whose real name 
is J. Fh. Abelin, was a celebrated historian of 
his time and had an active part in the publication 
of the 'Grands et Petits Voyages" and in the mag- 
nificent "Theatrum Eiiropaeum". This is the 2d edi- 
tion of his work, the first bemg published iu 1631. 
Both are rare; the 2d has remained unknown to 

The vohime is divided into 3 parts: the first eon- 
tains a genenl description, tke history eto. of tb« 



.c^ "New-WorW, after Acosta, Oviedo, Herrera, de Laet 
etc. The 2d embraces the account of 33 Ainericau 
voyages from Columbus to G. Spilbergen and Schou- 
ten. The 3d p«rt gives a particular description of 
the VVest-Iudies and Central-America, with an ac- 
count of some Dutch expeditions to Brazil, etc. — 

^i. The whole is illustrated by a profusion of engravings 
in the text and 4 maps and plates. 

1270 Gottfriedt (Joh. L.) [or J. Ph. Abelin]. 

The same. if. calf. tol. — Wanting the four maps, 
.else a good copy. ,..., .-„; 18. — 

1271 Graaff (N. de) ReiseW'i.^ .'^!ia' Asia, Africa, 
America en Europa, behels. een beschryving van 
sjjn 48 jar. reise, etc. Bijgevoegd d' Oost-Indische 

• Spiegel, . . . Levenswyse d. Hollauders in Indieu, 
s'i*te. Hoorn, 1701. 2 parts in 1. plates, calf. 4to. 
; 5.50 

(^Voyages in Asia, Africa, America and Europe^ 
during 48 years. With Mirror of East India., 
3T cont. a description, the way of life of the Dutch 
. I in India, etc.) 

1272 The same. 2e druck vermeerd. met het 

Verbranden van de Flnyt Waveren, enz. Ibid. 1704. 
2 parts in 1. plates. 4**. 5.50 

Second edition, augmented. 

1273 Graham (Maria), Jonrnal of a Voyage to 
Brazil, and Residence there in 1821 — 23. Lond. 
1824. With plates, calf gilt extra. 4to. f^ery fine 
copy of the Perkins Library. 6. — 

1274 Grandidier (E.), Voyage dans I'Amerique 
du Sud. Perou et Bolivie. Paris, 1861. sd. 8\o. 


1275 Grandpierre (J. H.), Quelques mois de 
Bejour aux Etats-Unis d'Amerique. Paris, 1854. 
sd. 12mo. —.60 

1276 Eenige maanden in de Vereen. Staten 

van Noord-Amerika. Amsterd. 1854. sd. 8vo. —.60 

Dutch translation of the foregoing. 

1277 Granger, Gideon, Postmaster-General of the 
.,:U. S. 1801—14. — A. L. S. to Justice Ely of 
.^West Springfield, dat. Suffieid, Jan.. 14, 1799. 
.> 1 p. fol. L50 


1278 Grant (J.) Verhaal van eene ontdekkings- 
reize na Nieuvr-Zuid-Wales, 1800—1802. Haarlem, 
1805. map and pi. hf. calf. 8vo. 1.50 

(^Narrative of a voyage for discovery to New 
South Wales. From the English.) 

1279 Gray, Will., eminent and successful Mer- 
chant, Lieut.-Govemor of Massachus. 1810. — 

■ A. L. S. to John Worthington of Springfield, dat. 
''Salem, Febr. 12. 1798. 2 p. 4". 1.80 

I'SSO A. L. S. to the same, dat. Aug. 3, 1798. 

2 p. 40. 1.80 

1281 Green, Ashbel, Amer. Scholar and Divine 

at Philadelphia, 1787, President of Nassau Hall 

'OX Princeton College. — A. L. S. to Rev. Edw. 

»"P. Griffiq, dat. Princ. Oct. 5, 1813. 1 p. 40. 2.50 

Thanks for a; sympathising letter on the death of 
his son. — Fine letter. 

1282 Greenland. — Map of Europe. Amst., J. Bon- 
dius. (1619). fol. 50 by 37. 3.50 

On this map a part of Greenland, -Forhisher's 
Straytes,'' and a small part of America. 

1283 Pascaarte v. alle de zee-custen van Eu- 
ropa {Portulano of all the coasts of Europe). Amst., 
W., P. and J. Blaeu. 1677. Ig. fol. 88 by 68. — 
Fine chart, printed on vellum, with coloured arms.' 
Vbey Rare. 30.— 

Interesting chart especially for the North. It con- 
tains the coast of Oreeniand with Strait Davis and 
partly the coast of Spitsbergen and Nova-Zembla. 

1284 A storm ofl the coast of Greenland. 

J. Peters px., engrav. by J. Bachely. 1757. Ig. 
sq. fol. 2.— 

1285 Gregory (Will.) Dagverhaal van eenen, door 
een Franschen Kaper . . . genomen zendeling, naar 
de Zuidzee. Dordr. 1803. sd. 8vo. 1.— 

{Jourual of a Missionary designated to the South 
Pacific Ocean, captured by a French cruiser, Transl. 
from the Engl.) ^ 

His residence in Monte Video, Paraguay, etc. .■ 

1286 Grenada. — View of Port St. George. Oza«n«f 
del. 1780, engrav. by Canali. sq. fol. 2. — 

1287 Gregorie, J. G., Curieuse Gedancken von 
den vorneiusten imd accurat. alten und nCuen 
Land-Charten, Ursprung, Auctoren und Sculptt. 
Franckf. u. Leipz. 1713. hf. vellum. 8". — Rare. 


1288 Grevelink (A. H. Bisschop), De volkplau- 
ting op het eiland St. Eustatius van 1816 tot nu. 
(Utrecht, 1847.) 8vo. Extract. 1.- 

{The colony on the island St. Eustatius, from 
1816 till now.) 

1289 Grewingk (C.) Beitrag zur Kenntniss der 
orograph. u. geognost. Beschaff"enheit der Nord- 
West-Kiiste Amerikas. St. Petersb. 1850. bds. 
7 maps and plates, roy. 8vo. 3. — 

1290 Grey (G.) Jouraals of two expeditions of dis- 
covery in North-West and Western Australia, with 
observations on the aboriginal inhabitants. Lond. 
1841. 2 vols, cloth, map and many plates, partly 
coloured. 8vo. 6. — 

1291 Grifan, Edw., D., President of William's 
College, 1821 — 36, distinguished author. — A. L. S. 
to Dr. M. T. Cogswell of Hartford, dat. Newark, 
Jan. 31, 1817. 2^. pp. 4». 1.50 1 

On the asylum for the deaf and dumb erected at 
Hartford by Dr. Cogswell. . 

1292 A. L. S. to Rev. Tim. M. Cooley of 

Granville, dat. Will. Coll. March 11, 1824. 1 p. 
4». 1.— 

Family-matters. . . 

1293 Gronlands historiske Mindesmaerker, udgivne 
af det Kongel. Nordiske Oldskrift-Selskab. Kjo. 

Frederik Mullbr & C*i, 



benh. 1838 — 45. 3 vols, in 4. 12 plates and map. 
8vo. 10.— 

Out of print aud scarce. 

12'J4 Gronovius (Jao.) De Geographiae origine, 
I)rogressu et dulcediae. Logd. Bat., 1703. »d. uncut. 
Svo. Rare. 1.50 

1295 Groso (J. H.) A voyage to the East-Indies, 
with observations on various parts there. London, 
1757. calf. Svo. 2.— 

1296 Qrothaus (Bar. de), Proiet d'un nouveau 
systeme de banque nationale ofiert aux citoyens 
de I'Amerique. (Amst.) 1788. 8vo. 48 pp. 2.50 

3 numbers of the jounial: Le Politique Hollan- 
daii, treating this project, without special title. — 

1297 Grotius, H., Mare liberum, s. de jure, quod 
Batavis competit ad Indiana commercia. Lugd. 
Bat., EUeeier, 1633. calf gilt. 16flio. J^eat copy. 1.50 

1298 Vrye Zcevaert ofte bewys van 'trecht 

dat den Hollanders toecompt over de Indische 
coophandel ... Leyden, 1614. vellum. Svo. Rare. 

Dutch translation of Grotios' Mare libernm. 

1299 Gruba (A. W.) Schctsen en tafereelen nit 
Araerika, Azie en Australic. Sneek. 1861. 2 vols. 
plate. Svo. 1.50 

{Sketches from America, Asia and Australia. 
From the German.) 

1300 Grand (Fr. P.) Die Americaner in ihren 
moral ischen, polit. u. gesellschaftl. Verhaltnissen. 
Stuttg. 1S37. sd. Svo. 1.— 

1301 [Grynaaus (Sim.)] Novas Orbis Regionum 
et Insularum veteribus ineognitaruiu, una cum ta- 
bula cosmographica. Basileae, Apud Jo. Ilervagium, 
1532. Large map in \ylographj. vellum, fol. 58. — 

The original first edition, the rarest of 
all, with the map. Very fiue copy. — ^Editio 
coUectionis prima, and certainly an invaluable collec- 
tion, which reflects credit to John Huttich, who 
alone compiled it. Simon Grynaeus only wrote the 
preface..." Harrisse No. 171. 

Contents : Cadamusti navigatio ad terras ignotas. — 
CAr. Columbi navigatio. — P. Alonsi navigatio. — 
Pinzoni navigatio. — Alb. Vesputii navigationum 
epitome. — P. Aliaris navigatio. — Joseph! Indi 
navigationes. — Am. Vesputii navigationes II II. — 
Epistoia Emanuelis regis ad Leonem X. Pont. Max. — 
Lodovici Komani navigationes. — Brocardi Locorum 
Terrae Sanctae descriptio. — M. Pauli Veneti. Ue 
regiouibus Orient. 11. HI. — Haithon, l)e Tartaris. — 
Michow, Sarmatia. — P. Jovii Moschovit. legatio. — 
Peter Martyr, De Inaulis nuper inventis. — E.Stella, 
De Borussiae antiqnitatt. 

The map of the present copy is that called by 
Harrisse: B; it agrees exactly with his description, 
except that the 2d square does not commence with 
the word Scvtarnm (js Harrisse says) but 6'cyMarMM. 
. Copies with the map are very rare, and certainly 
out of 20 copies only one has the map. As, no 


doubt, many possessors of the book withont the map, 
would wish to supply this deficiency, I have caused 
a fac-simile of it to be made on very old paper, so 
exactly reproducing the original, that it would be 
difficult, it not impossible, to detect the difference. 

1302 [Grynaeus (Sim,)] The map of MUnster 
(in facsimile, as described in the preceding N».) 
separately. Only 10 copies struck off. t5. — 

1303 The same work. Parisiis, Apud Galeotum 

a Prato, (at the end 1532.) calf gill. fol. (HaiTissa 
N». 172.) 40,— 

2d edition. Exact reprint of the preceding eJitioo, 
without additions. The map, which belongs to this 
Paris edition, is not that of Miinster, but an enti- 
rely differeut (aud if possible still rarer) one, by 
Orontius Finaeus. It is described by Harrisse, page 
298. The present copy has only the right half of 
this map, but, besides, a fac-simile of the whole 
map on old paper, in the same manner as that of 

1304 The map of Orontius Finaeus (in fac- 
simile as that oi 3Iunster) separately. On old paper. 
Only 10 copies struck off. 15. 

1305 The same work, same edition, vellum, fine 

tall copy, the map in facsimile. 35. — 

Harrisse (N". 173) citss still another Paris edition 
with the address: Apud Joannem Paroum sub fiore 
lilio (15J2), which is exactly the same as the pre- 
ceding, only with a )iew title. 

1306 The same work. Basileae, Apud Jo. Her- 

vagium, 1537 {at the end 1536.) calf. tol. 35.—^ 

This 3d edition has the same contents as the pre- 
ceding two, but with addition of MaximiJian of 
Transsylvauia's account: Le Moluccis insulis (pp. 
595—600.) — With Munster s Jlap in facsimile. 

1307 The same. Basileae, Apud Jo. Hervagium^ 

1555. vellum, fol. 50. 

Best and most complete edition, containing con- 
siderable additional pieces, viz.: F. Corlesii De in- 
sulis nuper invcntis narratio. — Epistolae duae de 
Evangelii profectu apud Indos. — Lpiscopi Temixi- 
tan (Mexico) in Huketan epistoia. — Nicolai Her' 
borni Epitome de Indis ad fidera Christi convertendis. 

With Miinster's map in fac-simile. 

1308 The same cuition. vellum, map in fac- 
simile. Fine copy wit/i MSS. annotations by Jo. Schef- 
fer [flutlwr of the History of Lapland.) 55. — 

1309 Die New Welt der landschaften vnnd 

Insulen, so bis hie lier alien Altwelt beschrybertt 
vubckant, juugst aber... jm Nidergenglichen Meer 
hertunden. Strasjburg, G. yiricAer von Andla, 1534,. 
hf. calf. fol. 40. — 

German translation of Grynaeus' Novas Orbis, 
made by Mich. Herr. "Moins connue et beaucoup 
plus rare que roriginal." Trbmel. — No map has 
been issued with this translation, which has on the 
other hand the merit of being augmented in the text. 
It contains a full translation of Peter Martyr's De- 
cades (leaf 174-229) and also his 3 books de Le- 




gatione Bahylomca (2.33 — 3'18); both wanting in 
all the different Ijatin editions. Besides, it contains 
all the pieces of the first Latin edition of 1532, 
except Miinstcrs, Introductio in iahulam geograph.^ 
which, the map wanting in it, was superfluous. Also 
the preface of Grynaeus is omitted and a new one 
by the translator, Mich, llerr, added. 

It is curious, that none of these differences has 
been noted by Harrisse (N". 188.) 

1310 [Gr3maeus (Sim.)] Die Nieuwe Weorelt 
der Landtschappen ende Eylanden, die tat hiertoc 
alien ouden weerelt bescrijucren onbekent gewest 
sijn... Thantwerpen, Jan van der Loe, 1563. vel- 
lum, fol. (Tiele ls^». 293.) Rare. 50.— 

{The New World of lands and islands, which 
have been unknown till now to all old geographers.) 

This Dutch translation is made on the German 
version of Mich. Herr of 1534, but with new aug- 
mentations, so that it is the most complete of all 
editions of this valuable collection. Besides the De- 
cades of Petrus Martyr and his 3 books: de lega- 
tione Babylouica (both inserted in the German trans- 
lation) it has from the Latin edit, of 1555: Two 
Histories of New Spain by ¥. Cortes, on pp. 334 
to 503, — while the: History of the islands of 
Canaria, newly discovered, on pp. 504 to 521, exists 
in no other etlition of this work. 

The translation is made by the notary Corn. Ablyn, 
who abridged the preface and added a dedication to 
William Prince d'Orange. 

This Dutch edition is exceedingly rare. 

1311 Guattini. — Viaggio nel regno del Congo, 
del P. Mich Angelo cle Guattini et del P. Dion, 
de Carli, Capuccini Missionarii . . . Venetia, 1699. 
vellum. 12mo. — Rare edition. 4.50 

1312 Guerre d'Araerique. Campagne du Potomac, 
Mars— Juillet 1862. Paris, 1863. sra. 8vo. 1.— 

1313 Guerreiro (F.) Indianische Newe Relation, 
erster theil, was sich in der Goanischen Prouintz 
u. in Monoiuatapa, Mogor, Malabaria, China, Pegu 
etc. zugetragen, Auss d. Portugies. Sprach ver- 
leutscht. Augapurg, 1608. 4to. 4.50 

1814 Guizot, Washington. Fondation de la Repu- 
blique des Etats-Unis. Bruxelles, 1861. hf. calf. 
8vo. —.60 

1315 Gumilla (J.) Histoire natur., civile et g6o- 
graph. de 1' Orenoque et d. princip. rivieres qui 
s'y jettent. Trad, de I'Espagn. p. Eidous. Avig- 
non, 1758. 3 vols. sd. uncut, map. sm, Svo. 6.50 

1316 Guts Muths (J. Ch. P.) Vollstandige Erd- 
beschreibung von Guyana u. Brasilien. Weimar, 
1827. sd. uncut. Svo. 1254 pp. 2.75 

1317 Vollstiindige Erdbeschreibung von Chile, 

Arauca, Patagonien, der Falklandsinseln u. der 
Sud-Polar-Bilande. Weimar, 1830. sd. Svo. 1.— 

1318 Guyana. — Eigentliche Beschreibung 
des Lands Guiana, welches gelegen an der vesten 
nieer grentzenden Landschafften America. . . Hierzu 
wlrd beygefUgt eiae Yerzeichnusz des ausschusaes 



und unkostens der Particii>anten oder Thoilsge- 

nossen, und des gcwinns . . . wie auch der Con- 

ditionen ... der Staaten von Holland ... fiirdie 

jenigen so nach Guiana zu laliren bcgiihren. Samt 

zweyen von einen der hundert Oberhauptern dieser 

neu-angehenden Coloney, abgefertigten Schreiheti an 

Zween seiner . . . Freunden hiesiger Sladt Bern, worin 

ein Kurtz-verfaszter bericht von obangedeuten Lands 

etc. Biirn, Sam. Kneubuler, 1077. map, uncut. 4to. — 

Vert bare. 35. — 

This german translation of N". 263 (Beaumont, S. de) 

is still rarer than the original, and very curious for 

the adjoined letters. The map is copied on the 

Dutch original. 

1319 Guyana. — The British Guiana Directory, with 

almanack and diary for 1857 — 62. Demerary (1858 - 
63.) 6 vols, cloth. 12mo. 2.— 

1320^ Chart of the coast between the rive: 

Cupanama and Oronoque, by C. J. Vooght. Amst., 
J. V. Keulen. (1694). fol. 59 by 50. — Coloured. 

1321 Chart of the coast between Cabo Noord* 

and Rio Amano, by C. J. Vooght. Amst., J. v. 
Keulen. (1694). fol. 59 by 50. — Coloured. 2.50 

With plan of Fort Cajana. 

1322 Chart of the Golfo de Paria, with th^ 

Islands Tabago, Trinidad, Granada, etc., by 6'. J. 
Vooght. Amst., J. v. Keulen. (1694). fol. 59 by 
50. — Coloured. 2.50 

1323 Map of Guyana and the coast of the 

Spanish West- Indies. Amst., /*. Tirion (1765.) sq. 
fol. 41 by 33. Coloured. 1.25 

With special maps of Cura9ao, Demerary and 


1324 Dress, weapons etc. of the natives and 

of the negroes. 12 lith. by Madou and Lauters. 
fol. India-paper. 2.50 

1325 H[aefkens] (J.) Reize naar Guatemala. 
'sGrav. 1827. 2 parts, sd. plates. Svo. (2.50) 1.50 

{Voyage to Guatimala.) 

1326 Centraal Amerika, uit een geschiedkundig, 

aardrvjkskundig en statistiek oogpunt beschouwd. 
Dordr., 1832. sd. uncut , map and plates. Svo. 

(4.S0) 2.— 
{Central America, considered Jrom a historical, 
geographical and statistical point of view.) 

Revised and augmented edition of the foregoing book. 

1327 Haerlems Schuyt-praetjen op 't redres vande 
West-ind. Comp. 1649. (Asher W. 262.) 1.50 

{liaerlem's Boat-talk on the reformation of the 
W. I. Comp.) 
On the affairs of the W.-I. Comp. in Brazil. 

1328 Hageman (J.) Geschied. van den afval der 
Spaansch-Americaansche Kolonien, benevens ge- 
schied- en aardrykskundige aanteek. nopens die 
gewesten. 233 pp. 4to. 3IS. 10.— 

{History of the defection of the Spanish-Ameri- 
can colonies, with historical and geograph. notices.) 

Prhderik Muller & C, 



Unpublished Manuscript, dated: Ojati- 

barang op Java, Junij 1844. Highly interesting, 
a» well for the historical particulars it contains, as 
for the geographical and other notices. 

1329 Hageman (J.) Geschledkundi^e Berijjten aan- 
gaende het Spaansch America. Mexico. 83 pp. 4to. 
MS. 3.- 

{irutorwal notices relating to Spaniih America: 

History of the rebellion of Mexico ngainst Spain in 
the begiuuiug of this century. MS. Copy of the part 
relat. to MLxico, of the forrgoiog. Not publithed. 

1330 Hagen (Stev. van dor) Beschryv. van de 
2e Voya^ic met 12 Si;hepen, naarO. Indie (1603 — 
1605.) (Arast.. Hartgers, 1648.) bds. 4to. (Tiele 
NO. 143.) 3.50 

(Description of the 2d voyage to East-India, 
12 ships.) 

Forms pp. 62 to 96 of the first voyage of Spil- 
bergen to India in 1001. 

1331 Hager, J. G., Geographischer Bilchersaal. 
Chemnitz. 1766—78. 3 vols, each in 10 parts. W«. 
Vncnt. 80. 4.50 

Essais and reviews of old and modern books and 
maps, viz.: on Munster's Cosraographey ; Europ., 
Asiat., Afrik. u. American. Spielcharten ; Ptolemaei 
Geographia ; Wytfliet, Augweutiim descript. Ptolum. 
s. Occident, notitia 1598; J. v. Kenleii, Atlas de la 
Mer. Amst. 1699. Mit ausfiihrl. Liste d. 160 Kar- 
ten ; L. Vlasbloein's Leeskaert ofte Lootsmans weg- 
wyser 1685; and in Vol. Ill; "General description 
of the English Colonies" (in German), 45 pp. with 
MS. index of all the names of places. 

1332 Hakluyt (Rich.) The princlpall Navigations, 
Voyages and Discoveries of the English nation, 
made by sea or over land, etc. London, 1589. 
old calf. sm. fol. 30,— 

Okiqinal editio.n, rabe. — A corner of the 
under part of the title torn off und the three last 
leaves of the Index wanting; else a good copy. 

1333 Hakluyt Society (Publications of the). Lon- 
don, 1847 — 60. 12 vols, cloth, uncut, many maps 
and plates. 8vo. Printed for subscribers only. 80. — 

Contents of this set: Hawkins, Voyage into the 
South-Sea in 1593—16-22. — Columbus, Select let- 
L' - ters, with other orig. documtn's relat. to his voya- 
■• ges. — UaleigVt Discovery of Guiaua in 1 595 — 
96. — Franc. Drake's Voyage, 1595. — Randall^ 
Narrative of voyages towards the North-West, 1496 — 
1631. — Randall, Memorials of the Empire of Ja- 
pan. — Hakluyt, Discovery of Terra Florida, ICll. — 
Herberstain, Rernra Moscovitaruin C'jmmeutarii. 
2 vob. — De yeer. Three Voyages by the North- 
East to China, 1594—96, with introduction of 
Beke. — Mendoza, Historic of China, 1588. Vol. 
I. — Henry Hudson, the Navigator, by G. M. 

Some of these volumes have become rare. 

1334 Halberstadt (A.) Vrymakiug der slavea in 


Suriname, volgens de StaatscoinniiB»i(.\ AmsterJ. 
1856. roy. 8vo. col. plate. 1.25 

{Emancipation of the slaves in Surinam, accor- 
ding to the State- f'ommission.) 

1335 Halberstadt (A.) Kolonisatie van Europe- 
anen te Suriname. OphclBng van het pauperisme, 
ontwikkeling van handel en Industrie. (Leideij 
1870.) 99 lithogr. drawings by Madou and Lauters. 
bds. large 4to. — Privately printed. Pine volume. 

{Colonisation of Europeans at Suriname. Abel sh- 

ment of population of commerce and industry.) 
The plates of this book appeared first with a French 

folio text by Benoit, under the title : Voyage h Surinam. 

1336 Haliburton (Th. C.) Historical and statis- 
tical account of Nova Scotia. Halifax, 1829. 2 vols. 
bds., maps and engravings. 8vO. 10. — 

1337 Hall (Basil) Memoires et Voyages (en Amc- 
rique, aux lades, etc.) Paris, 1834. 4 vols. hf. calf. 
8vo. 2.50 

1338 Dagboek op eeno rcizo langs dc kustcn 

van Chili, Peru ca Mexico, 1820-22. Deirt, 1826. 
2 vols, sd.y map. 8vo. (5.50) 1.50 

{Diary of a voyage along the coasts of Chili, 
Peru and Mexico.) 

1339 Zee- en landreizen. Vertolkt door J. Oli- 
vier., 1826. 2 vols. sd. 8vo. 1.50 

{Travels and voyages in East- India, America etc. 
Transl. by Olivier. ) 

1340 Hall (Franc), Travels in Canada and th3 
United States, in 1816 and 1817. Lond. 1818. 
bds. 8vo. . • 1.50 

1341 Colombia : its present state, in respect of 

climate, soil, productions, population, etc. Lond. 
1824. bds. 8vo. (map wanting.) 1.25 

1342 [Halle (Jos.)] Mundus alter et idem: sivo 
Term Australis, antehac semper incognita. Ac«ed. 
Th. Campanellae Civitas Solis et F. Baeonis Nova 
Atlantis. Ultraj. 1643. vellum. 12mo. 3. - 

A pleasant invective against the characteristic vicea 
of various nations, from which it is said. Swift has 
taken the idea of his Gullivers Travels. — At page 
1 a map of America and the South- T^ands. 

1343 Hamconii (Mart.) Frisia seu de virisrebus- 
que Frisiae fllustribus. Franekerae, 1620. calf. 4to. 
IfitA a large number of fine portraits engraved by 
the celebrated P. Eeddes Harlingensis. 8. — 

Pp. 74 — 75 contain an account of a voyage of 
the Prisons to A:nerica aui Chili long before Co- 
lumbus. — See on the real probability of such a 
voyage the : Memoir on the discovery of America^ 
by V. d. Bergh. — Confer N*. 303. 

1344 The sauie work. Arastelod., 1G23. calf. 

4to. With portraits by P. Feddes Harlingensis. 6. — 

I'he same edition us the foregoing, with chan- 
ged title. 

1345 Hamel (J.) England and Russia ; comprising 
the voyages of John Tradescant the elder, Sir 



Hugh Willoughby, Eichard Chancellor, Nelson, 
a. 0., to the White Sea, etc. Translat. from the 
German by J. S. Leigh. Lond. 1854. cloth. 8vo. 

(9.10) 5.— 
By his researches in the Russian and English ar- 
chives the author made this work one of the most 
interesting on Arctic Voyages. 

1346 Hamilton (Alex.) — Observations on cer- 
tain (locumenta contained in the : History of the 
United States for the year 1796 [by J. T. Callen- 
der] in whicli the charge of speculation against 
Alex. Hamilton, late Secretary of the Treasury, 
is fully refuteil. V/ritten by himself. Philadelphia, 
1797. ad. uncut. Svo. 7.50 

Vert bare. — »In this pamphlet General Ha- 
milton defends himself from a charge made against 
him of improper pecuniary speculations, at the ex- 
pense of his private character. It contains an account 
of his »amorous connection" with Mrs. Reynolds." — 

1347 A. L. S., without address, dat. N. Y., 

March 22, 1800. 1 p. 40. 5.— 

Military affairs. 

1348 Hamilton, Los hommes et les moeurs aux 
Etats-Unis d'Amerique. Paris, 1831. 2 vols, in 1. 
hf. bd. 8vo. 1.25 

1349 Hamma y Leon (Lor. van der), DonFi- 
lip cl Prudente, Segnndo doste nombre, Key de 
las Espanas y Xuevo-Mnndo. Madrid, Fiuda de 
Al. Martin, 1625. vellum. 4to, 7.50 

Pagg. 141 etc. "Quede litre la Florida de los 

1350 Hanbury (B.) Histoi-ical Memorials relating 
to the Independents or Congregationalists, from 
their rise to the restoration of the Monarchy, 1660. 
London, 1839—44. 3 vols, cloth. Svo. 10.— 

Contains ample notices on the Brownists, on John- 
son, Ainsworth, Robinson, their residence in Hoi- 
laud, and their settlement in New-England. 

1351 Hancock, John, famous Amer. Patriot, Pre- 
sident of Congress (1775—77), Gov. ofMassachus. 
1780—85, 1787-93. — Aut. Signature. 1.50 

1352 Handbook for Now Zealand, consisting of 
the most recent information, compiled for the use 
of colonists. London, 1848. cloth. 8ro. 2.25 

1353 Harper, Rob. GSoodloe, Member ot Con- 
gress 1794—1801, Senator. — A. L. S. to Kev. 
Dr. Greene of Philadelphia, dat. Baltimore, Jan. 
16, 1803. 1 p. 40. 1.— 

1354 Harper's New-York and ErieRail-Eoad Guide. 
New- York (1854.) sd., map and many engravings. 
8vo. —.60 

1355 Harris (John) Navigantium atque Itineran- 
tium Bibliotheca, or a complete collection of voya- 
ges and travels, consisthig of above six hundred 
of the most authentic writers. Continued with 
large additions by Dr. Campbell. London, 1764. 
2 vols. <?«(/■, numerous maps and plates. Toy. fol. 18. — 

Best edition, superseding that of 1705. — Vol. 
I. Introduction; circumnavigators from Columbus to 
Anson; discoveries and voyages in East- India. — 
Vol. II. Discovery, settlements and commerce of 
West-Indies ; voyages towards the North, in Europe, 
Persia, etc. 

1356 Harrison, Will. Henry, 9th President of 
the U. S. 1841. — A. L. S. to W. H. Seward, 
Secret, of State, dat. North Bend, (no year). 1 full 
p. 4". 4.50 

A postscriptum says: "As the best security to this 
letter against the pirates of P. O. (Post Ollice) I will 
direct it to the Seer, of State." 

1357 Hartmann et Millard, Le Texas, ou notice 
histor. sur le champ d'asile, coraprenant tout ce qui 
s'est passe depuis la formation (en 1815) jusqu'a 
la dissolution de cette colonic, la liste de tons les 
colons Francais. Paris, 1819. sd., uncut, plate. 
8vo. ' 1.50 

1358 Hartsinck (J. J.) Beschnjving van Guiana 
of de Wilde kust van Zuid Amerika. Aardrijks- 
kunde. Historic... Inwooners, Dieren.. . de eerste 
ontdekking dier kust, bezittingen der Spanjaar- 
den, Franschen en Portugeezen etc. Amsterd. 1770. 
2 vols. hf. calf, uncut, many plates. 4to. 4.50 

(Description of Guiana or the wild coast ef 
South-America ... its geography, history . . . inha- 
bitants, animals, with an account of its discovery 
and the colonies of the Spaniards, Franc h and 

1359 Same work. 2 vols. hf. bd. uncut, Large 

paper. 7.50 

1360 Harvard University. — Illustrissimo Joh. 
Hancock, Gubernatori,,Honorat. Sam. Adams, Vice- 
Gubernatori; consiliariis et senatoribus Reipubli- 
cae Massachusettensis, Keverendisque presbyteris, 
Universitatis Harvardianae Curatoribus . . . theses 
hasce humillime dedicantjuvenes {follow the names.) 
Habita in comitiis Universitatis Cantabrigiae, Mas- 
sachusettensis, die Julii XV, A". 1789. Bostoniae, 
Typis J. Thomas et So. 1 leaf, large fol. 10. — 

An excessively rare, perhaps unique piece, destined 
to be posted on the walls of the University buil- 
dings. It contains 190 different Theses to be de- 
fended by 47 Juvenes in artibus initiaii. Among 
their names we find : Car. Adams, Zacciiar. Bartlett, 
J. D. Dunbar, G. B. Upham, etc. 

1361 Hassel (G.) Vollstandige Erdbeschreibung des 
Britischen u. Russischen Amerika's. Weimar, 1822. 
sd. uncut. Svo. (6. — ) 1.50 

1362 Vollstiind. Erdbeschreib. der Verein. Staa- 

ten von Nord-Amerika. Weimar, 1823. sd. uncut. 
Svo. (9.—) 2.50 

1363 Vollstiind. Erdbeschreib. von Australien. 

Weimar, 1825. sd. uncut. Svo. (9.—) 2.— 

1364 u. J. G. Fr. Cannabich, Vollstand. 

Erdbeschreib. von Mexico, Guatemala u. West- 
Indien. Weimar, 1824. sd. uncut. Svo. (7.—) 2.— 

Trederik MuiJ.Ea & O*., 



1366 Hauber, E. D., Versucb einer umstandllchen 
Historic d. Land-Charten, etc. Uliii. 1724. 2 parts. 

I vol. hf. vellum. 8". 1.50 

The 1st part, 1S8 pp., treats on tlie history of 
cartography in general. 

1366 Haiiy, Sur les cymopliancs des Etats-Unis. 
(Paris. 1810?) 1 plate. 4to. Extr. —.60 

A .Mr. Camper; hommage de I'auteur. 

1367 Havana. — Plan de la Ciudad y Puerto de 
la Havana, (about 1800). sf>.. Ibl. 71 by 52. — 
Caeefully dbawn in colours. 20. — 

With many explanations. 

1368 Plan of the city, fortificationa and har- 
bour. With separate maps of Cuba. sq. fol. 34 
by 25. 1,— 

1369 Secret Expedition against the Havana. 

View of the English fleet in the old Straits of 
Bahama, 1762, engr. by F. C. Canot. 2 plates, sq. 
fol. 3.50 

1370 St. Domingo and Porto-Rico. 3 Engra- 
ved views, sq. fol. 1671. 3. — 

1371 and St. Domingo. 2 Engraved views, sq. 

4». 2.— 

1372 Hawkins (Sir Rich.) Observations in his 
Voyage into the South Sea in 1593. Reprinted 
from the edit, of 1622. Edited by V. R. Drink- 
toater Beihune. Lond., 1847. cloth. 8vo. 8.— 

Published by the Hakluyt Society. 

1373 Hayden (P. V.), Final Report of the Un. 
States Geological Survey of Nebraska and the 
adjacent territories. Washingt. 1872. large map and 

II jalaiea. cloth. 4to. 2.75 

1374 Hayus (J.) Soc. Jes., De rebus Japonicis, 
Indicis, et Peruanis epistolae recentiores. Antverp., 
M. Nuiius, 1605. A/, calf gUt. 8vo. 6.— 

1375 Hazart (Corn.), Soc. J., Kerckelycke His- 
toric v. de gheheele Wereldt, naemelyck v. de 
voorgaandc ende thegenwoord. eeuwe. Antverp. 
1682. 4 vols., mang portr. and plates, old calf gilt. 
fol. 25.— 

{Eeclesiattieal History of the whole world, speci- 
ally of the foregoing and the present century.) 

Interesting work for the history of the Martyrs. 
Vol. I. treats of Japon, China and America (Peru, 
Mexico, Brazil, Florida, Canada, Paraguay etc.). — 
Vol. III. England and the Netherlands.— Vol.11. 
Africa, etc. etc. 

1376 Heap (G. H.), Central route to the Pacific, 
from the Valley of the Mississippi to California. 
Philad. 1854. 13 plates, cloth. 8vo. 2.- 

1377 Hearne (L) Voyage du Fort du Prince do 
Galles dans la Bale de Hudson h rOc6an Nord, 
1769 — 72, pour la d<5couverte d'uu pa.ssage au 
Nord-Oucst. IVad. de I'Angl. [Paris.] 1798. 2 vols. 
$d. uncut, map and plates. 8vo. 3. — 

1378 Landreis van 't Prins van Wallis Fort 

aan Hudsous Baal, oaar den Noorder.Occaan. Uit 


het Eng. m. aanmerk. van J. R. Foreter. 's Hage, 

1798. 2 vols. sd. uncut, maps and plates. 8vo. 2.50 
Dutch translation of the preceding work, with 
notes by Forster. 

1379 Heokewelder (J.) Narrative of the mission 
of the United Brethren among the Delaware and 
Mohegan Indians, from its commencement in 1704, 
to 1808. Philad. 1820. 1 portr. bds. 8vo. 9.— 

1380 Hedendaagsche Historie, of tegenwoor- 
digo staat van Amorika, behelz. de historie der 
ontUekkingen, beschryving, natuurlyke historie, 
enz. Ainsterd., 1769. 3 vols, vellum or hf. calf, 
neat, ff^ith maps and plates. 2.50 

(The present history and state of America, con- 
tain, the history of its discovery, description, na- 
tural history, etc.) 

1381 (Heeckeren, Baron E. L. van) Aanteek. 
betrekkelijk de Kolonie Suriname. Amh. 1826. 
2 maps. 8vo. 1. — 

{Annotations relating to the colony of Surinam.) 

1382 Heemskerk (J. v.) and W. Barends engaged 
in planning the second Arctic voyage, 1595. C. 
JBisschop px. (1855?), engrav. by C. E. Taurel. 
sq. fol. — Fine, modern engraving. 3. — 

1383 Same engraving, proof on India-paper, full 

marg. 5. — 

1384 Heiden (F. J. van der) Schipbreuk v. 't 
Oost-lnd. jacht Ter Schdlingh (in 1661) onder 't 
landt van Bengalen, met beschrjjving van Arrakan, 
Bengale, Martavan, etc. Amst 1676. With pi. \^. 

(Shipwreck of the East-India ship Ter Schelling 
on the coast of Bengal, with a description of Ar- 
rakan, Bengal, etc.) 

1385 The same. Amst., 1685. With plates. 4to. 


1386 The same. 4th edit. Harderwyck, 1698. 

With woodcuts. 4to. 2.50 

1387 The same with addition: Deze druk zeer 

vermeerdert door W. Kunst, die hetzelve alles 
heeft bijgewoont. Laatste druk waarin de koperen 
platen zijn vernienwt. Amst., 1746. 4to. 2.50 

(This edition much corrected by W. Kunst, who 
was present at all this. Last edition with new 

1388 Heller (O. B.) Reisen in Mexico, 1846— 4«. 
Leipzig, 1853. sd. 2 maps, woodcuts and pi. 8vo. 

(6.-) 2— 

1389 Mexico, Andeutungen iib. Boden, Klima, 

Pflanzen- u. Mineralreich, H[ultur. Wien, 1864. 
8vo. —.75 

1390 Helps (A.) The Spanish conquest in America 
and its relation to the history of slavery and to 
the government of colonies. London, 1855—57. 
Vol. 1—3. cloth, maps. 8vo. (27.—) 10.- 

1391 [ ] The conquerors of the New-World and 

their Bondsmen, being a narrative of tfae prin- 



cipal events which led to Negro Slavery in the 
West-Indies and America. London, 1848—52. 2 vols. 
Ids. 8vo. 9. — 

Anonymously edited and rare, as the author with- 
drew the work from sale. 

1392 Hellwald (Fr. v.), Die amerikanische Vol- 
kenvanderung. Wien, 1866. 8vo. —.60 

1393 Hemmersan (Micli.) — West-Indianisk 
Reese-Beskriffaing, fran 1639—1645, ifran 
Amsterdam till St. Joris de Miua, itt Castell i 
Africa; forriittat och beskrefwin af Mich. Ilemmer- 
tarn. Och nu in pav^ar Swiinska Spraak forwiindt 
och tryckt Wysingzborg, off Joh. Kankel, 1674. 
4to. 52.50 

Very raee as all the early typographical pro- 
ductions of Wysingsborg. The original edition (in 
German) was published in 1663 in Nuremberg, where 
the author, a goldsmith, lived after his 7 years vo- 
yage to Guinea, Brazil, etc. The present Swedish 
translation is made by the publisher and printer, 
J. Kankel, himself; his preface is crroueously dated 
1647. — The larger part of the book treats of the 
author's stay in Guinea, with a description of that 
country; it is only from page 89, that he speaks 
of Brazil. 

Forms part of the rare Collection of Foyages^ prin- 
ted at fFysingzborn, see Reesa-book. 

1394 Henderson (Jam.), History of Brazil, com- 
prising its geography, commerce, colonization, abo- 
riginal inhabitants, etc. Lond. 1821. 27 plates and 
2 maps, calf gilt. 4to. — Very fine copy from the 
Perkins' Library. 9. — 

Printed for the author. Published at £ 3, 13 s. 6 p. 

1395 Hennepin (Lod ) Beschryving van Louisiana, 
nieuwelijks ontdekt ten Zuid-Westen van Nieuw- 
Vrankryk, met een verhand. van de zeden en 
manieren van leeven der Wilden. Mitsgad. de geo- 
gi'aph. en histor. beschryving der kusten van 
Noord-AmerJca en de natuurlijke Historie, door 
Denis. Amst., 1688. 2 vols, in 1. map and 6 pla- 

■ tes. 4to. 6. — 

(Description of Louisiana, newly discovered in the 
South- West of New-France, with an account of 
the manners of the Savages. Also the geogranh. 
and histor. description of the coasts of North- 
America and its natural history, by Mr. Denis.) 

Translation of Hennepin's Description de la Loui- 
siane, first published at Paris 1683 aud 1684, with 
addition of Denys' Description des cStes de VAmer. 
Paris, 1672, reprinted in 1686 or 1688. — Con- 
fer NO. 918. 

1396 AenmerckelyckehistorischeReys-Beschry- 

. vinge door verscheyde Landen veel grooter ala 
die van geheel Europa onlanghs ontdeckt, behel- 
sende een beschryv. van de natuur van 't Zuyder 
en Noorder gedeelte van America . . . gedaente, 
aerd... der Wilde Natien, enz. Utrecht, 1698.4/". 
hd., maps and 4 plates by J. van Vianen. 4to. 5. — 
(Journal of a memorable voyage through various 
{American) countriet^ newly discovered, contain, a 

description of the Southern and Northern part of 
America . . . the manners of the savage nations, etc.) 
A quite different work from the preceding. It is 
a translation of Hennepin's secoud work on North- 
America: Nouvelle decouoerte etc. Utrecht. 1697. 

1*97 Hennepin (Lod.) Nieuv?e ontdekkinge van 
een groot land gelegen in America, tusschen Mexico 
en de Yszee... Benevens een aanhangsel, behelz. 
een reize door Spaansch West-Indien, en een ver- 
haal van d'expeditie der Franschen op Cartagena, 
door L. de C{apine.) Amst., 1702. hf. bd., 3 maps, 
one belonging to the supj)l., plates. 4to. 9. — 

{New discovery of a large country, situated in 
America between New-Mexico and the Ice-Sea. With 
a supplement, containing a travel through the Spa- 
nish West-Indies and an acconnt OT the Trench 
expedition to Carthagena.) 

Dutch translation of Hennepin's 3d work on Loui- 
siauo, containing in stead of De La Borders Rela- 
tion des Cara'ibes, the voyage to the West- Indies 
by L. de Capine. - Two maps torn, but quite 

1398 Aenmerkelyke voyagie, gedaan na 't ge- 
deelte van Noorder America. . . tusschen Nieuw 
Mexico en de Yszee, enz. Leyden, 1704. 1 map 
and 3 plates, 4to. 6. — 

Another edition of the preceding work, but wi- 
thout the supplement by L. de Capine, and with diffe- 
rent plates. — This book is commonly bouud up 
with: Benzo, West-Ind. Voyagien (See supra N". 
289), with which it forms properly one collectiott j 
of voyages. ' 

1399 Beschreibung der Landschalt Louisiana, 

. . . neulich gegen SUdwesten Neu-Frankreichs in 
America entdecket worden. Nebenat . . . Bericht 
von den Sitten u. Leben-Art der Wilden in selb. 
Landscbatrt . . . Niirnberg, 1689. 2 folding maps, 
vellum, with clasps. 12mO. Fine copy. 17.50 

Oue of the rarest editions of Hennepin. — This 
German translation of his first work is followed, 
pp. 355 — 425 by: „ Beschreibung einer sonderbaren 
Reise etlicher bisher noch unbekannter Lander u. 
V 'dicker im Mittemachtigen America, in l&l'i durch 
P. Marquette S. J. u. Jolliet verricktet worden." 
With map. 

1400 Herbert (Th.) Zee- en lant-reyse na ver- 
scheyde declen v. Asie en Africa, Oost-lndicn enz. 
Uyt het Eng. door L. v. Bosch. Dordt. Abr. An- 
driessz., 1658. With engravings. 4to. 6. — 

(Voyages and travels through various parts of 
Asia and Africa, East-India etc. Translated from 
the English.) 

Pp. 188—92 contain an account of the "Disco- 
very of America by Madoc ap Owen Gwyneth, 
300 years before Columbus." 

1401 The same. 1605. With engraving. 4to. 5. — 

1402 Herckmans (E.) Der Zeevaert lof, hande- 
lende van de gedenckwaerdighste Zeevaerden . . . 
Amst., 1034. vellum, fol. 16. — 

Frederik Mdller ^ 0°., 



{Praiie of Sga-farinp, relaiiitg the most memo- 
rable navigations, etc.) 

Kare and very cnrious work, consistid^ of an his- 
tor. poem in honour of Navigation. It contains, be- 
sides all the considerable voyages leading to the dis- 
covery of America, most of the expeditions both to 
the East and to the West after Columbus, especially 
those of the Dutch navigators to the year 1588. 

The work contains 18 beautiful etchings, one of 
which, called: The vessel of Fortune (on page 97) 
by Rembrandt. 

1403 I'Heremite ( Jac.) en G-. H. Sohapenhatn, 

Joumael v. d. Nassausche Vloot, of de bcschryv. 
V. do Voyagie oin d. gantschen aerdtkloot luet 
11 achepen in 1G23--26. Amst., H. Gerritsz en 
J. Pis. traehter, 1626. 4to. (Tide IS'o. 75.) 20.— 
First and venj rare edition of the complete jour- 
nal. — The 8 plates and maps are the same as 
those of the 2d ed. but with other Nos. of pages. 

1404 The same, as 2d part of the collection : 

Joumalcn v. 3 Voyagien, te weten (1".) v. Th. Can- 
dish, in 1586, etc. (2".) v. F. Draeck en J. Rau- 
keins naar W. [ndien. 0>.) Nassausche Vloot, 
voyagie dooi* Stract Lemaire onder J. I'Reremite. 
Hierby gevoeght beschryv. v. de regeringh r. Peru 
door P. de Madriga, en verhael v. P. F. de Quir, 
aeng. de ontdeckiugh v. h. onbekent Australia, 
ayn ryckdom, enz. ontdeckt by d. selven Cap. 
Amst., J. P. Wachter, 1643. vellum. 4to. Rare. 
(Tiele N". 76.) 14.— 

(Journals of 3 voyages, viz. l". of T. Candish 
in 1586. 2". of Drake and J . Haukens to fV, India. 
3". of the Nassau fleet; voyage through the Strait 
le Maire under VHeremite. Added a description of 
the government in Peru by P. de Madriga, and 
accounts of P. F. de Quir, on the discovery of the 
unknown Australia, its riches, etc. discov. by the 
same Captain.) 

With the 8 plates and maps. Good copy, but stained. 
This edition is the fullest and best of all, and much 
enlarged. The preface speaks of 3 different former 
editions, as being all out of print, but 1 never have 
met with or heard of any other edition than those 
mentioned here. 

1405 — The same, viz.: the Voyage of I'Heremit* 
round the world in 1623 to 26. (Amst., 1646.) 
«qu. 4to. H^ith 5 pi. 2.— 

Reprint of the preceding edition of 1643, with 
the accounts on Peru by Madriga, and on Australia 
by de (^uir; further au account is added of occur- 
rences on the island of Banda in 1621. — This 
edition forms part of the coMectioa: £egin en Voort- 
gangh 1646. (See N». 272—74.) No separate title. 

1406 The same. — Journael v. d. Nassousche 

Vloot onder ITIeremite; Madriga, Kegeer. v. Peru; 
de Quir, ontdeck. v. Australia. Amst., J. Hartgers, 
1648. 4to. With 1 pi. in 6 dins. (Tiele NO. 77.) 


Bcprint of the edition of 1643, but with addition 

^ the account of an Eoglisb voyage to Guiana io 


1596 and some other particulars relating to the 
navigation to the Kast-Indies. — The account ofde 
Quir on Australia, announced oa the title, is omitted . 

1407 I'Heremite (Jac.) en Q. H. Schapenham, 

The same: Journael v. de Nassousche Vloot onder 

rHeremite; Madriga, liegeer. v. Peru. Amst., J. 

Hartgers. 1652. 4to. 8.50 

Reprint of the last edition, but without de Quir's 

and the oth^r accounts on navigation; none of them 

mentioned on the title. With 5 small pi. of the 

preceding ed., printed on different places in the text. 

Very interesting voyage and excellent account of 

it by a learmed seaman. 

De Bry have given in the Latin Pet. Voy. XII. 
chapt. 9 an extract of Ihis journal, and in the Ger- 
man Pet. Voy. XII. p. 37 a larger account. — The 
only complete and best edition of all, is that in 
Dutch of 1643. N«. 1404. 

1408 Waeraehtigh Verhael van het succes van 

de vlote, onder den Admirael Jacq. THermitc, in 
de Zuyt-zee, op de custen van Peru, en de stadt 
Lima in Indien. Hier is ecn Spaensche Brief by- 
ghevoeght, de staet van Castilien, en op de cust 
van Peru in kort verhalende. No place, 1625. 4". 
uncut. (Tiele N". 74.) 35.— 

{True acconnt of the success of the fleet under 
the admiral J. I'Rermite, in the South-sea, on the 
coast of Peru and the city of Lima in India. IFith 
a Spanish letter on the state of Castilia and the 
coast of Peru.) 

Fine copy of a piece of the utmost rarity. Qb 
the title an engraved view of Lima. *i* ' 

1409 Heriarte (M. de) Descripfao do Estado do 
Maranhao, Para, Corupa e Rio das Amazones 1662. 
Dada a luz por priiueira vez (por F. A. de Vam- 
hagen.) Vienna, 1874. sd. sm. 8vo. 2.40 

1410 Hering (J. H.) Weekljjksche, histoi-., zede- 
kund. en. andere berichten. Amsterdam, 2 July 
1777—25 Maart 1778. 2 vols in 1. <ra//^tW. 8vo. — 
Very rare, 4.75 

{IVeekly historical, moral and other retards.) 
One of the rarest periodicals of that time, con- 
taining many interesting articles relating to America, 
viz.: Sebald and Sabine, a N. Amer. tale; Letter 
of an Brunsvic Officer, from Canada, 1777 ; Occur- 
rences in Suriname, 1765—1776; Account of the 
Danish Mission at the Caraibian islands, etc. 

1411 [Herlein (J. D.)J Beachrjjvinge van de volk- 
plantiuge Zuriname. Opkomst dier zelver colonic, 
aanbouw der zuikerplantagien, aard der inwoon- 
ders. . . gedierten, vrugten, etc, Leeuw., 1718. 
map and plates. 4to. 2.50 

{Description of the colony Surinam, her rise. .. 
the cultivation of the sugar -plantations, ike inhabi- 
tants, animals and plants, etc.) 

Pp. 249 — 62 contain a Caraib voeabulary. 

1412 The same. hf. vellum, entirely uncut. 3.50 

1413 Hemdon (W. L.) and Lardner Gibbon, 
Exploration of tiie Valley of the Amazon. Was- 



hington, 1853, 64. 2 vols, maps and many plates. 
Ids. 8vo. 7.20 

1414 L'Heroine du Texas, ou voyage de Mada- 
me*** aux Etats-Unis et au Mexique. Paris, 1819. 
sd.^ plate. 8vo. — .80 

1415 Herrera (Ant. de) Novus Orbis s. descriptio 
[ndiae Occident. Metaphraste C. Barlaeo. — Ac- 
cess, et alioi'uiu ladiae Occid. descriptioaes et 
navigationis nuperae Australis Jac le Maire, 
historia, uti et uavigationura omnium per iVetiim 
Magellan, succincta narratio. Amst. M. Colyn. 1022. 
vellum, fol. IFith 17 maps. (Tiele 294.) 25.— 

This Latin and also the French edition are very 
scarce in Holland, rarer than the Dutch edition. 

See on the 3 works contained in this volume and 
their French and Untch translations, the very inte- 
resting notices in: Carans, Memoire, pp. 147, 160; 
Tiele, pp. 56 and 312. 

1416 The same, bds.^ entirely uncut. Excessively 

rare, if not unique.'' 30. — 

1417 Description des Indes Occident, qii'on 

appellc aujourdhuy le Nouveau Monde. Transl. 
d'Espagnol en Fran§. — Avec la Navigation de 
Jaques le Maire et de plus, autres. Amst., M. Co- 
lin, 1622. fol. With portr. and 17 maps, vellum. 
Very rare. Tine copy. (Tiele, 296.) 24.~ 

In this traiislation follows after the navigation of 
le Maire, the Description of West- India by P. Or- 
donnez de Cevallos, and the description of America 
from: Berlins' Tabulae geograph. 

1418 a. Nieuvve werelt, anders genaempt West- 

Indien. 1622. — - b. Ordonnez de Cevallos (Pt.) Ey- 
gentl. Beschryv. v. West-lndien. 1621. — c. Spieghel 
der Australische Navigatie, door Jac. lo Maire, 
uytgevaren 14 Juny 1615—1622. Aiust., M. Colyn, 
1622. vellum, sm. fol. Fine. (Tiele, 297.) 15.— 

Dutch translation of N". 1415. 

1419 Zee- en land-togten in de West-lndien: 

d'eerste door J. Ponce de Leon, naar Florida, 
1512; de andere door Pamph. de Narvaes, naar 
Cumaguyea en elders, 1513. Leyd., P. v. d. Aa, 
1706. 4 -plates. 8vo. 2.— 

{Voyages and travels in the West-Indies. 1". of 
J. Ponce de Leon, to Florida, 1512; 2». o\ P. de 
JSarvaeSj to Cumaguyfta etc. 1513.) 

1420 Drie togten te zee en te land in de West- 
lndien, 1523 en vervolg. 1». Fr. de Garay, van 
Jamaica na Panuco ; 2". P. d'Alvarado, van Mexico 
na Guatemala; 30. D. de Godoy, van Mexico ter 
ontdekking van versch. landschappen. Leyd., P. 
V. d. Aa, 1707. 8vo. 1>50 

(Three voyages and travels in the W. Ind. 1523 
etc. 1". P. de Garay, from Jamaica to Panuco ; 
2". P. d'Alvarado, from Mexico to Guatemala; 
30, D. dr Godoy, from Mexico for the discovery 
of different countries.) 

1421 Aankomst van J. d'Esquebel op Jamaica, 

1510; ... Avonturen, ... van Al. d'Oledo, D.da 

-Jilicueza, y. Nunez, Lop. d'Alano; Togten naar 

Darlen en Cuba, door D. Velazques. Leyd., P. v. 

d. Ao, 1706. 6 plates. 8vo. 2.— 

(Arrival of J. d'Uzguebel at Jamaica; Adven- 
tures of Al. d Ojeda, etc. Voyages to Darien and 
Cuba, by D. Velazques. From the Spanish.) 

1422 Hertha. Zeitschrift fur p:rd-, Volker-u. Staa- 
tenkunde, herausg. von Berghaws u. Hoffmann. 
Stuttgart, 1825—27. 10 vols. sd. maps. 8vo. 10.— 

Containing: de Lavenaudiire, Beschreibnng von 
Mexico. — Restrepo, Ueber Colombia. — Mollien, 
Reise durch Colombia. — Chromtschenko, Reise- 
Journal an d. Kiisten von Russ. America. — Be- 
strepo, Geographie, Industrie u. Bevolkerung von 
Autioquia in Colombia, with map. — A. 0. Hum- 
boldt, Bricfe aus Paraguay. — v. Lowenorn, Reise 
nach d. Ostkiiste Gronlands, with map. — Zustand 
der Gesellschaft in d. Verein. Staaten. — Noyes, 
Das Franzos. Gujana, etc., etc. 

1423 Hassol Gerritsz, Histoire du Pays 
nomme iSpltsbergha. Monstrant comment qu'il 
est ti'ouvee, son naturel et ses animauls, avec- 
ques la triste racompte des maux que noz Pe- 
cheurs, tant Basques que Flamcns, ont eu a souf- 
frir des Anglois en Teste passee Tan de grace, 
1G13. Escrit par H[essel] G[erritsz] [de] A[ssum]. 
Amsterd., 1613. 2 maps and 2 pi. 4to. 130.— 

Original edition of the utmost rarety. The first 
copy I met in commerce for 30 years. Very fine copy. 

1424 Same work. Facsimile reprint. Amster- 
dam, Fred. Muller. 1872. 4to. 12.50 

Printed with the real old types of the 17th cen- 
tury by Mess. Enschede and Sons at Haarlem, on 
old paper. Only 50 numbered copies printed. 

1425 Besohryvinghe vander Samoyeden 

Landt in Tartarien. Met verhael vande opsoec- 
kingh ende ontdeckinge vande nieuwe deurgang 
ofte straet int Noortw^esten na de Rycken van 
Chma ende Cathay. Ende Memoriael aenden Co- 
ningh van Spaengien, belangh. de ontdeckinghe 
van Australia Incognita. t'Amsterdam, by Hessel 
Gerritsz. 1612. 3 maps. 4to. 350.— 

( Description of the countn/ of the Samoyedes in 
Tartary, With an account of the research and of the 
discovery of the new passage or strait in the North- 
West to the empires of China and Cathay (by 
Henry Hudson). And a memorial offered to the 
King of Spain (by P. F. de Quir) concerning the 
discovery and the situation of the Land called Au- 
stralia Incognita.) 

Of this original Dutch edition of the famous Be- 
tectio freti, see infra: {Hudson), hardly 4 or 5 co- 
pies are kuown in all the European libraries. The copy 
is of the best preservation possible. — This original 
book is the foundation-stone for the history of Hud- 
son's and other Arctic expeditions, etc. The collec- 
tion formed by Hessel Gerritsz consist of four tracts, 
by Is. Massa, F. de Quir and the editor Hessel 
Gerritsz himself. — See the reproduction, with a 
memoir on the origin of this collection, N". 925. 

1426 Heusinger (O.) Tooneelen uit den Amerik. 

Fkssdebik Mulleb & C°.,i 



Oorlog, 1861—65. Uit h. Iloogd. d. M. de Sitter. 
Kanipen, 1870. sd. 8vo. (2.25) 1.50 

{Scenes from the American W ar. Tratisl. from 
the German.) 

1427 Heijlidij (C J. Surinamemit) De modo pro- 
cedendi Surinamensi in cansis criniiaalibns, cum 
veteri turn novisaimo. Traject. a Rh. 1857. 8vo. 


1428 (Heyns, Peeter), Le Miroir du monde, ou 
epitome du Theatre cl'Abr. Ortelius. Aggrandi et 
enrichi, e. a. de plus belles cartes du Pais-bas. 
Amst., Zack. Heym. 1598. sra. sq. 4". — Coloured 
maps. Title and pp. 68—69 wanting. 5'^;r/ co/w. — 
VEBr RARK. 16. — 

Collection of 80 maps engrav. in wood. The 84 
pp. are wrongly niimb»red 16 — 97, the aignatnre 
indicating the true division. On page 17 the por- 
trait of P. Heyns in wootlcut. — For the American 
collector a map of the Globe and a general map of 
America are interesting, for the Russian those of 
Livonia and Moscovia. The first edition, with Dutch 
text and 72 maps, was published Antverp. Chr. 
Plantyn, 1577. 

1429 Higgins (J.) De bootsehap des Heeren aen 
alle volkeren, welkc ziju afgedwaelt van het ligt 
Chriati, voornaementlijk gestiert tot het Engels 
Volk m Auisterdam. Gedr. in 't jaer 1659. 4to. 

{Message of the Lord to all peoples, that have 
deviated from the light of Christ, especially sent 
to the English folks in Amsterdam. (Quakers.) 

1430 Hildreth (R.) Geschiedenis der Vereen. Sta- 
ten van Noord-Amerika sedert de ontdckking van 
Cohioibu.s. ilet aanteek. door M. Keijzer. 's-Gra- 
venh, 1854—57. 6 vols. sd. 8vo. (24.—) 10.— 

{History of the Unit. States of North-Amer. 
since their discovery by Columbus. Translated with 
notes by M. Kfyzer.) 

1431 Hill (S. S.) Travels in the Sandwich and 
Society islands. Loud. 1856. cloth, map. 8vo. 

(7.—) 2.75 

1432 Hilhouse, James, Lawyer and Senator, 
1794—1810. — A. L. to ilev. Jer. Day of Yale 
Coll., June 8, 1824. 1 p. fol. 2. - 

1433 A. L. to the Rev. P. II. Matron of Paris. 

No date. 1 p. 8». 2.— 

On a'ltographs of JtlTersoa and Washington. 

1434 [Hilliard d*Auberteuil] Considerations sur 
V^XAi pre.sent de la rolonie Frau^aise de St. Do- 
niingue. Paris, 1776. calf. 8vo. — .75 

1435 Hints (A few salutary) pointing out the po- 
licy and cou.sequcucos ot' admitting British sui)- 
jects to engross our trade and become our citi- 
zens. Addre.s'ie'l to thos;^' who eitlier risqued or 
lost their all in bringing about the revolution. 
Charleston printed: New- York, reprinted byS.Kol- 
lock, 1780. 8vo. 18.— 

An excessively rare tract, nowhere mentioned. It 
is a violent attack against the English. Characteristic 


in this sense is the motto placed ou the title: "Ne- 
ver trust thine enemy; for like as iron rusteth, so 
is his wickedness. Set him not by thee, lest when 
he hath overthrown thee, he stand np in thyjJace; 
neither let him sit at the right hand, lest he seek 
to take thy place; and thou at last remember my 
words aud be pricked therewith." Ecclesiast. XII, 10. 

1436 Histoire de la fondation des colonies desan- 
ciennes republiques, adaptde A la dispute pr^sente 
de la Grande Bretagne avec ses colonies Am6ri- 
caines. Trad, de I'Angl. (p. Cerisier) On a syout^ 
3 lettres iut^ress. sur la meme dispute etc. Utrecht, 

1778. calf. 8vo. 1.— 

1437 The same, sd. uncut, in quires. 8vo. 1.25 

Translation of N". 1443, with angmentations. 

1438 Historia dos descobrimentos e conquistas dos 
Portuguezes no Novo M undo. Lisboa, 1786. 4 vols. 
calf. sra. 8vo. 6. — 

1439 Historia van Terra Australia of het Zuide- 
lyk Vaste-Land. Leiden, 1779. sd. 4to. {Heden- 
daagsche Historic XI, 2 ) 2.50 

{History of Terra Australis or the South-Land.) 

1440 Histor. u. Geograph. Beschreibung von 

Neu-Schotland, darinnen von der Lage, Grosse, 
Fruchtbarkeit etc. des Landes, von den Sitten der 
Indianer, u. den Begebenheiten zwischen denen 
Cronen Frankreich u. England seit deren Besitz- 
nehmung. Aus d. P3ngl. Frankf., 1750. calf, map 
with a plan of New- Halifax, ly T. JeJ^erys. 8vo. 5. — 
The original English was pablisfaed (in 1749?) 
by command of King George III. 

1441 History of the British Empire, from 1765 to 
the end of 1783, containing an impartial history 
of the origin, progress and termination of the 
American Revolution. By a Society of Gentlemen, 
Philad. 17'.)a 2 vols, portr. of Franklin and fFas- 
hington, calf gilt. 8vo. Nice copy. 8. — 

Not mentioned by llich. 

1442 History of the Civil War in America. Vol. 
[. Comprehend, the campaigns of 1775—77. By an 
Officer of the Army. Loud. 1780. bds. map. 8yo. 

The anthor is said to be Capt. Hall, of General 
Howe's regiment. — No moje published. 

1443 History oi the Colonization of the Free Sta- 
tes of Antiquity applied to the present contest 
between Great Britain and her American Colo- 
nies, with reflections concerning the future set- 
tlement of Colonies. Lond. 1777. bds. uncut. 
4to. — See N". 1436, 37. 2.50 

1444 History (A short) of the Opposition during 
the la»t session of Parliament. 3d edit. Lond. 

1779. uncut. 8vo. 2.— 
"Rather a picture than n history, and that pic- 
ture a caricature; cet." Rich. 

1445 Hoekstra (Kl.) Dagverhaal van het veron- 
gelukkon van het (;^aljootschip ilarlingen in Straat- 
Davida. Haarl. 1828. 8vo ifith a map. 1.— 



{Journal of the shipwreck of the Harlingen in 
the Straits of Davids.) 

1446 Hofferus (Adrianus) Nederduytsche Poe- 
mata. Amsterd., 1635. vellum. 4to. 12. — 

{Dutch Poems.) 

With numerous fiue emblematical engravings. — 
This interesting and scarce volume contains : pp. 
265—70: Felicitation for the West- Indian fleet, 
parting in January 1624, pp. 353 — 54. On the 
victory of P. Heyn in 1628, pp. 355 — 56. Poem 
on the capture of the silver-fleet by P. Heyn, pp. 
861 — 62. Epitaph of P. Heyn. — Jll in verses. 

1447 Hogerwaart'S (W.) Afschelds-reden tot de 
Gemeente op Batavia, daar nog by koiut Prof. 
Hoornbeek's Sorg en raad, aang. de Evangelie- 
prediking in Oost- en West-lndien. Vert, en op- 
geheld. door H. Velse. 's Gravenhage, 1732. 4to. 

{Last sermon to the Congregation at Batavia, to 
which is joined Prof. Hoornbeek's Solicitude and 
counsel concerning the preaching of the Gospel in 
the East- and West-Indies. TransL and elucidated 
iy H. Velse, V. D. M. at the Hague.) 

The last part by Prof. Hoornbeek is highly inte- 
resting for the history of the Dutch Reformed Church 
in JNew Netherlaud and Brazil, giving a full list of 
all the Dutch Ministers thel-e, f. i. J. Michaelius, 
J. Megapolensis, a. o., with short notices on their 
lives, and many particulars relating to them, by the 
translator and publisher. 

1448 Holboll (G.) Ornithologischer Bettrag zur 
Fauna Gromands, Ubers. v. J. H. Paulsen. Leips. 
1854. with 1 color, pi. 8vo. 1.— 

1449 Hollanders (De) in Iowa. Brieven uit Pella 
van een Gelderachinan. Arnhem, 1858. sd., plate. 
8vo. —.80 

{The Dutch in Iowa. Letters from Pella by a 
man from Gueldre, Province of Holland.) 

1450 Hollis (Thorn.) Memoirs, including his corres- 
pondence from eminent Americans and others. 
London, Printed by J. Nichols, 1780, 2 vols, calf 
gilt, '66 plates and poiiraits. Fine copy. roy. 4to. 

With the 48 additional pages between 632 — B33. 
Privately printed. — A very interesting work, 
especially for the portraits. — For America it has 
a special value for the history of Harvard College 
and of Boston. 

1451 Holton (Is. P.), New Granada; Twenty months 
in the Andes. New- York, 1857. maps and illustra- 
tions, cloth, large. 8vo. (8.40) 3.50 

1452 Holyoke, Edw., President of Harvard-Uni- 
vers. 1737, distinguished Mathematician. — A. L. S. 
to R. Cooke at London, dat. Cambridge, Apr. 2, 
1765. 1 p. 4". — Scarce autograph. 5.B0 

On Dr. Benson's works. 

1453 Honduras. — Old chart, (without title), of 
the coast Honduras, from Cabo Guay Morelo, east- 
ward from Trugillo till the gulf of Higueras, with 

the Islands Guansya, etc. fol. 64 by 47. — ■ Colou. 
red. Drawn map. 24. — 

1454 Honduras. — Carta Geographica de las Cos- 
tas de Honduras, Yucatan y Seno Mexicano, etc., 
que con la maior venei'acion se dedica a L. R. P. 
de V. M. por Dr. Thorn. Southwell, fol. 48 by 
38. — Coloured. 24.— 

With interesting annotations, (made after freetrade 
was granted to Yucatan,) on the places where the 
best dying-wood grows and on those which the Eu- 
glish smugglers used to visit. — Drawn map. 

1455 Honig Jz. (Jac.) De Hollanders in Brazihe, 
of lotgevallen van kapitein Alderik. Amst. 1851. 
2 vols. 8vo. (4.90) 2.50 

{The Dutch in Brazil, or adventures of C'apt. 
Alderik. Sketches from the \1th century.) 

1456 Honter (Jo.) Coronensis. Rudimentorum coa- 
mographiae libri duo. Quorum prior Astrono- 
luiae, posterior Gcographiae prmcipia complecti- 
tur. {In fine:) Cracoviae, Mathias Scharfenbergius 
excudebat MDXXXIllI, sm. 8vo. 16 unnumb. 
leaves. 37.50 

Original edition of the highest rarity, ««- 
known, as far we could ascertain, to all biblio- 
graphers. Harrisse (Bibl. Americana) only mentions 
the Basil reprint of the same year. The high rarity 
of all the early productions of the Cracovian press, 
sufficiently explains this small book till now escaped 
the notice of all bibliographers. The part relating 
to America will be found in the chapter: Nomina 
insularum Oceani et maris: "... In occiduo Dore- 
ades, Hesperides, I'ortuuatae, America, Parias, Isa 
bella, Sjpagnolla, etc. 

The condition of the copy is faultless. MS. Aa- 
notation on the title. 

Bound up in one vol. with: Pomponii Melae de 
situ orbis 11. ill, cum P. Jo. Olivarii ... scholiis; 
Hermolai Barbari in Pomp. Melam castigationes ; 
6. Jul. Soli?ii Polyhistor. . . . restit. et scholiis 
iilustr. No place nor date, probably Basileae, sai 
date 1534? — hf. calf. sm. 8vo. 

This edition of Honter, in prose, differs totally 
the following, in which the text is a poetical de- 
scription in 4 books. 

1457 Rudimentorum cosmographicorum libri 

IHI. Cum tabellis geograph. {No place) 1570. bds. 
sm. 8vo. — Fine copy. 9. — 

The Atlas of the world in 14 leaves, has exactly 
the same curious maps as in the original edition of 
Zurich 1546; the map representing "Universalis 
Cosmographia" with the inscription. "Tiguri 3. H. 
V. E. (in a monogram) 1646, gives a very curious 
representation of America." 

1458 Rudimentorum cosmographicorum libri 

IIII. Cum tabellis geograph. {No place) 1590? 
sm. 8vo. 8.— 

With exactly the same curious maps as in the 
preceding edition, but in other engraving, more fine 
and correct. 

The difference in the siguatare at the feet of the 



I'kedhrik Mulldr & C 




pag. b 2 and d 2, correct in this edition, and in 
the formpr : 2b aud 2d die), shows that they are 
of two quite different hands. The date of 1590 on 
the title in MS., might be of an earlier date. — 
Title in facsimile and signature A and B of the text 
in MS. 

Bonnd up in one vol. raf/ with: L. J. Gyraldi, 
Aenigmata tt Pythagorae Syinbola explicata; cet. 
Basil. •/. Oporinut (no date.) 

1459 Honter (Jo.) De Cosmographiae rurtimentis 
... libri nil. Una cura tahellis geogrraph. praoci- 
puii?. (Basil. Henric Petri, 1.561.) sm. 8vo. 11. — 

The atla." of 24 leaves at the end, differs totally 
from both preceding editions. There are no spheres; 
on the map of the world, the figure of America is 
more accurate, and here are more special maps, some 
of them very curious; the last is that of Cuba. — 
Book and atlas form the last part or pp. 845—940 
of the work : 

Procli de Sphaera; Cleomedis de Mnndo: Arati 
Phaenomena; Dionysii IJescriptio orbis. Gr.-Lat. Adj. 
Doct. virorum annott. Basil. (1561.) vellum. 

1460 Hoornbeek (Job.) De conversione Indoriim 
et Gentilium. Amstelod. 1669. sd, uncut. 4to. 
Scarce. 6.— 

Lib. I. cap. II. De Indiae utraque eju3(|ne prima 
indagatione et Societate Indica apud Belgas. Cap. II. 
!)e Ijappis Americanis, eorum terra et religione. Lib. 
II. cap. XV. De conversione Gentilium iu America 
per Keformatos. 

1461 Sunima controversiarura religionis, cum !n- 

fldelibus, Haereticis, Schismaticis: id est, Gentili- 
bus, Judaeia, Muhaiumedanis, Papistis, Anabap- 
tistis, . . . Remonstrant.. Lutheranis, Brouwnijtis, 
Graeci.s. Ed. 2a auct. et emend. Traj. ad Rlien., 
1658. 1002 and 63 pp. vellum. 8vo. Rare. 5.— 

Pagg. 738-833 treat on the Brownists. 

1462 The same. Francof. ad Viadrum, 1697. 

vellum, 1002 and 63 pp. por/r. 8vo. 4.— 

Exact reproduction, line for line, of the original 
Dutch edition. 

1463 Hornii (Gr.) De orlginibus Amerlcanis libri 
IV. Hagae Com., /idr. Vlacq. 1652. vellum, sni. 
8vo. 4.50 

Written at the instigation of J. de Laet, against 
H. Grotius, De orig. gentium Americ. 

1464 The same. Hemopoli, 1669. vellum. 12mo. 

Rare. 4.50 

1465 Area Mosis, s. Historia niundi, quae com- 
plect, primordia rerum natxir. omniumq. artinm et 
sclent. Lugd. Bat et Hoterod. 1668. uncut. Vimo. 

Cont. : American! anthropophagi, anl numerous cu- 
rious facts. 

1466 Kerckelycke Historic ... t^t 1666. Uit 

het Latyn vert, en . . vervolgt tot 16.' 3, door 
Balth. Bekker. Amsterd. 1684. plates, vellum. 8vo. 



(Church History to 1666. From the Latin, with 
continuation to 1683, by B. Bekker.) 

Contains ample notices on the Brownists in Ne- 
therland, .1. Robinson, J. Cotton, the Independents, 
and their settlement in New-Netherland and New- 

1467 Horto (Garcia ab) Aromattira et simpliciuin 
aliqnot apud Indos nascentium hi.storia . . . Lat. 
serra. in epitomen contracta a Car. Clusio. Ant- 
verp., Chr. Plantinus, 1574. — Nic. Monardes, De 
simplicibus medicamentis ex Occid. India delatis, 
interprete C. Clusio. Ibid. 1574. - Idem, Simpli- 
cium medicamentorura ex Novo Orbe delator, lib. 
IK. Ibid. 1582. — A. ('asla, Aromata et medica- 
menta in Orientali India nascentia, lat. vertit 
C. (lusius. Ibid. 1582. — (lasp. Bauhinus, De la- 
pidis Bezoaris Orient, et Occident, natura. Basil. 
1625. — In 1 vol. vellum, numerous woodcuts. 8vo. 
Rare collection. 9.50 

1468 Aromatnm et simpliciiim aliquot medica- 

mcntorum apud Indos nascentium historia. Latino 
sernione in epitomen coutracti a C. Clusio. Ed. 
3a Antverp., I'lantin, 1579. calf gilt, woodcuts. 8vo. 
Fine copy. 4.50 

1469 The same. Ed. 4a auctior. Ibid. 1593. 

vellum, woodcuts. 8vo. 456 pp. 5.50 

This edition contains besides: Chr. Acosta, Aro- 
mata (pp. 225-312) and N. Monardes, de simpl. 
Medicam. (pp. 313 — 456.) 

1470 The same edition, vellum, very tali copy. 


1471 Horton (H. Wilmot) A letter addressed to 
the anonymous author of ^England and America." 
Colombo [Ceylon.) 1834. hf. bd. 8vo. 2.50 

Privately printed. Of the highest rarity. 

1472 Houstoun (Jam.) Works, containing memoirs 
of his 4ite and travels in Asia, Africa and Ame- 
rica, from 1690- 1753, giving a particular account 
of the Scotch expedition to Darien in America, 
the rise and fall of the African and South-Sea 
Companies, the late expedition to the Spanish 
West-Indies etc. London, 1753. calf, plate of arms. 
8vo. 4.— 

1473 Houtman (O.) Jonmael van de Reyse der 
Holl. Schepen ghedaen in Oost-lndien, etc. Met 
vele Caerten ende Figuren verciert Door begeertd 
van sekere Coopluyden gednickt, ende men vintse 
te coop by Bar. Langenes. tot Middelburch. 1598. 

Appendix oft Byvoechsel achter 'tJoumael v. 
de Keyse d. Hollandtsche Schepen op Java, in- 
houd. de opdoeningen v. C. de bona Esper, etc. 
Midtsg. oock seker Vocabulaer d. Maleysche woor- 
den, iu druck ghebracht door Corn. Gerritsz. v. 
Zuydt-land. Midd., B. Langenes, 1598. — 1 vol. 
bds. sq. 4to. (Tiele N". 106.) 75.— 

{Journal of the voyage of the Butch ships to 
E. -India- Embellished with many maps and pla- 
tes. — Printed at the request of certain Merchants 
by B. Langenes, etc. 




Appendix or supplement to the Journal of the 
voyage of the Dutch ships to Java, containing the 
views of the Cape of Good Hope, etc. With a 
vocabulary of Malay words; edited ly Corn. Ger- 
ritsz of Tiuydtlandt.) 

With 10 plates, forming part of the leaves, and 
6 maps also printed in the text, besides many wood- 
cuts iQ the appendix. — This copy wants 1 plate 
(B. 4) else a large, neat one. 

Very rare edition, anterior to the first of 

Com. Claesz., and at same time the second but en- 
larged ed. of this narrative, first published in 1597 
by B. Langenes and reprinted here with some 

1474 Houtman (O.) The same Jouraal; saiiie edi- 
tion, with Appendix, but (by a printing error) 
with the date 1618 (MDCXViU) instead of 1598 
(MDXCVdl) as in the preceding copy. Unique 
with this date. 65. — 

Good copy, but shorter than the preceding, and 
somewhat thumbed. 

1475 Diarium nauticum itineris Batav. in In- 
diana Orient., cxirsuum, tract, etc. His accedunt 
narratio histor. nationum, etc. Middelb., £. Lan- 
genesse, 1598. 

Appendix Diarii Nautici itineris Batav. in Ja- 

vam, cont. apparentias Promont. Bonae Spei, etc. 

Midd', B. Langenesse. 1598. — In 1 vol. hoards. 

sq. 4to. (Tiele, N". 107. p. 119.) 12.- 

Exact translation of the preceding journal. Fine 

copy, in boards, but both titles (of: Diarium and 

Appendix) supplied in facsimile, and the 10 plates 

(or 10 pages of A. to G.) wanting. — Very rare. 

1476 D'Eerste Boeck. — Historic v. Indien, 

waer in verhaelt is de avontuere die de Holl. 
Schepen beiegent zyn, enz. Door G. M. A. W. L. 
(Willem Lodewyks.) Amst., Com. Claesz., 1598. 
vellum, sq. 4to. (Tiele No. 111. p. 124.) ^ 25.— 

(The first book. History of India, comprising the 
narrative of the adventures of the Dutch ships, etc.) 

Very rare, but wanting: title (a facsimile of that 
to the 1609 edition added) ; A" (map.) B». C (map.) 
E' (map.) E*. E' (plate.) E* ; the plate between N. 
and O; R^ (plate) S* Good copy in nice binding, 
but somewhat thumbed. 

This edition contains 49 plates and maps, all on 
separate leaves. 

This journal is quite different from the preceding, 
and the most important and fullest of the various 
accounts of this voyage. — It has been translated 
into Latin by de Bry after a German version ; 'Ca- 
mus proves that this original edition is far prefe- 
rable to de Bry both for text and plates. — See 
Tiele, 130. 

1477 The same. D'Eerste Boeck. Historic van 

Indien Amst., Com. Claesz., 1609. vellum. sq\\.M,o. 
(Tiele N". 114.) Very fine and large copy. 60. — 

{The first book. Sistory of India, etc.) 
Exact reprint of the last edition with the same 

1478 Houtman (C) The same. 'T Eerste Boeck. 
Historic v. Indien. Door G. M. A. W. L. Amst., 
M. Col'/n. 1617. vellum, sq. 4to. Fine copy. (Tiele 

N». 117.) 18.— 

Very rare. With 35 plates. Reprint of the editions 
of 1598 and 1G09. 

1479 The same. Eerste Schipvaerd der Holl. 

Natie naar Oost Indien, enz. (Amst. 1646.) boards. 
squ. 4to. 112 pp. 5.50 

No special title. Part of: Begin en Foortgangh 
(N". 1874). With 49 plates and' maps, the same as 
in Iho editions of Corn. Claesz, 1598 and 1609. — 
The text is nearly the same as in those editions, but 
considerably augmented by portions from other jour- 
nals of this voyage etc. See Tiele, p. 134. Very 
valuable edition. 

1480 The same. Amst., J. Hartgers, 1648. bds. 

4to. (Tiele N^. 120.) In orig. paper -wrapper. 5.50 

With 1 pi. in 6 div. Exact reprint of the preceding. 

1481 The same. Amst., J. Hartgers, 1650. hf. 

vallum. 4to. Fine cop\\. (Tielo N". 131.) 7.50 

Very rare. — With 6 small pi. in the text. Re- 
print of the last edition. 

1482 The same. Amst., G. J. Saeghman. (1663.) 

bds. 4to. (Tiele N«. 122.) 8.— 

Rare. With 7 small engraved pi. (6 from Hart- 
gers' edit, of 1650, and 1 of v. Neck) and 20 fig. 
on wood. Reprint of the last edition, but the addi- 
tions inserted in the text. 

1483 The same. Haarlem, J. J. Weeveringh, 

(1861.) 4to. New copy. 4.— 

Good edition in modern style, edited by Mr. J. H. 
V. Lennep, as an essay to revive the old popular 
books. — "With 14 nice engravings on wood after 
C. Rochussen. Out of print in this separate form. 

1484 The same, in French: Premier livre de 

rhistoire de la navigation aux Indes Orient, par 
les Holland. Par G. • M. A. W. L. Amst., Corn. 
Nicolas. [Corn. Claesz.'] 1598. vellum, fol. (Tiele 
NO. 113.) 25.- 

1st edition, rare. Good copy in original binding, 
but slightly stained by water. With the plates of 
the Dutch editions of the same publisher. 

1485 Dresselhuis (J. ab Utr.) Nog iets 

over Frederik de Houtman. (1840?) Extr. —.50 

{Something more on Fred, de Houtman.) 
Principally on his stay at Sumatra, 1601 — 2. 

1486 Hovell (W. H.) and H. Hume, Journey of 
discovery to Port Philip, New South Wales, in 
1824 and 1825. 2d edit. Sydney. 1837. 8vo. Scarce. 


1487 Howgill (Pr.) Het erfdeel Jakobs outdeckt, 
na zijn wederkeer nit Egipten. Gedr. in 't jaer 
1668. 4to. 1.25 

{Jacobus inheritance discovered after his return 
from Egypt.) 

The author belonged to the Sect of Quakers. 

1488 Howison (J.), Sketches of Upper Canada, 

Prederik Muij-er & C., 




domestic, local and characteristic: .. and Rncol- 
lections of the Un. States of America. 2d edit. 
Edinb. 1822. bda. 8vo. 1.50 

1489 Huberts, Geografie en Kartographie. (Amst. 
1861). — E-xtract 8vo. —.75 

1490 Hiibner, J., Museara geographieuni : Vcr- 
zoichnisz d. besteii Land-Charten. Hamburg. 1746. 
8vo. 1.50 

1491 Museum geograph. Uit h. Hoogd. en met 

Snppl. d. 0. n. K. 'sGravcnh. 1735. bds. Uncut. 
80. 1.50 

Dutch translation of the foregoing, with Supple- 
ment by O. H. R. 

1492 Hudson the Navigator (Henry.) The original 
documents, in which his career is recorded, col- 
lected, partly translated and annotated, witli an 
introduction by G. M. Asher. London, 1860. cloth, 
maps. 8vo. 12. — 

Published for the Haklnyt Society. Out of print. 

1493 Descriptio ac delineatio geogr. detectionis 

Freti, s. transitua ad occasnin supra ten-as Ame- 
ricanas in Chinam atq. Jap. ducturi. Kecens in- 
vestig. a H. Hudson©. — Item Exegesis super tracta 
recens detecto in 5a orbis parte, Australis incogn. 
Cum descript. terrarum Samojedarura, in Tart'iria 
ad ortum freti Waygats sitarum, nuperq. sceptro 
MoBCOV. adscit. Amstel., Hessel Gerardi, 1613. ids., 
8 pi. and maps (6 in facsim.) 4to. (Tiele N". 153.) 
48 pp. 32.— 

On this small but highly irajjortant work see at 
large: Tiele pp. 179 to 190, and my: Essai d'une 
Bihliographie Neerl. Russe. 1S59, pp. 71, 103 — 6, 
especially on the formerly unknown author. Is. Massa 
of Haarlem. It contains: 1". the discovery of the 
Hudson bay etc. in 1611, with map, with additions 
to the former edition of 1612. 2*. the account of 
F. de Quir on Australia. 3". and 4". the descrip- 
tion of the Samoyedes, their country, etc. by Is. 
Massa of Haarlem. — The book is one of the rarest 
of all voyages, especially in Holland. The pp. 37 
to 39: In praefat. postremae edit. etc. (Voyage of 
May) and pp. 40 to 42: de detect, terrae polaris 
sub latitud. 80 grad., are added in neat MS. — Klse 
the copy is very fine and tall. 

1494 A facsimile of the Tabula Nautica, etc. 

1611 and the map of the world with indication 
of the discovery of Hudson and de Quir, was pu- 
blished by me in 1867. 8. - 

1495 Murphy (H. C.) Henri Hudson in Hol- 
land. An inquiry into the origin and objects of 
the voyage which led to the discovery of the 
Hudson River. Hague, 1859. 8vo. f^ith portr. of 
Dirk van Oss. nPrinied for private ditlriiulion." 


1496 Sailing directions of Henry Hudson, pre- 
pared for his nse in 1608, from the old Danish 
of Ivar Bardsen. With an introduct. and notes, 
and a dissertation on the discovery on the Hud- 
son River, by B. F. De Costa. Albany, Munsell, 
1869. cloth, roy. 8vo. 6.— 


1497 Hudson. The Hudson between Sandy Hook 
and Sandy Hill, wit'i the post road between New 
York and Albany. New York, A. T. Goodrich 
& C,, 1820. in 14 parts. 1 vol. hf. calf. 8vo. 1.— 

1498 Tlie Palisades; The Narrows; Hell-Gate: 

3 flue steel-engrav. Ig. sq. 4°. 1835. 1.50 

1499 East view of Hell-Gate. Engrav, by W.A. 

IFilliams 1775, sq. 8». —.75 

1500 Habits of the Eskiraaux Indians, natives 

of Hudson's Bay. Engl. engr. fol. 1.25 

1501 Hues, Rob., Tractaet ofte Handclinge v. h. 
gebniijck d. Henielscher ende Aertscher Globe. 
Uit 't Latyn overgh. ende verm. d. /. Hondius. 
Amsterdam, C. Claesz. 1597. vellum, woodcut*. 
4". — Slijrthly stained by water. 10.— 

{Treatis't on the use of the celestial and terres- 
trial globe, transl. and augmented by J. Hondius.) 

First, rare edition. — Hues, the companion of 
Candish, wrote the original: Tractatus de globis, 
Land. J 594, for the globes, which Hondius publi- 
shed iu Loudon. See 1504. — Pp. 26 — 28 contain a 
description of America and Magellanica. -r Aoiongst 
the woodcuts a rough map. 

1502 Same work. New edition. Amst. M. Co- 

lya. 1612. hf. vellum, woodcuts. — Fine copy. 7. — 

Exact reprint of the preceding. 

1503 Same work. Same edition. — L. W. Graaf, 

wederlegging d. schriften van veel sterrekundigen 
bysouder over de Zonne stilstand en Aartkloots 
beweeginge. Amst., L. Gunter. 1696. — W. R. de 
Smith, Demonstratief bewijs v. de grootheid d, 
Aardkloot, etc. Gron. 1722. — 1 vol. hf. calf. 
4". 9.— 

1504 Tractatus de globis coelesti et terrestrl 

ac eorum usu. 2a edit, aucta. Amst., J. Honditu. 
1612. 4". ~ Stained by water. 8.— 

Reprint of the original edition by Houdins, for 
whom "the treatise was written. 

1505 Same work. — Figuris locupletatus, re- 

cognitus mnltisque observatt. auctus studio J. J. 
Po7itan:. Aiuit. J. Hondius. 1017. 4*'. vellum. 8.— 

Of this revised edition a Dutch translation ajjpea- 
red iu 1623. 

1506 Hughes (Griflath) Natural history of Bar- 
bados. London, printed for the author, 1750. hf. 
bound., 29 plates and a map. iol. 10. — 

Each plate with the arms of the family, to which 
it is dedicated. 

1607 Hughes (W.) The Australian colonies, their 

origin and present condition. London, 1852. cloth. 

8vo. 1.— 

1508 Engelands Austraiische kolonien, in haar 

ontstaan en tegenwoord. toestand. Dordr., 1864. 

sd. 8vo. —.75 

Dutch translation of the preceding work. 

1509 Hull (H. M.) The experience of 40 years in 
Tasmania. London, 1859. map. 8vo. — .60 

1510 [Hulshoflf (.Maria Aletta)] Peace-Republi- 




cans' Manual, or the French Constitution of 1793, 
and the declaration of the rights of man and of 
citizens, according to the Moniteur of June 27th 
1793. French and English, with other pieces. New- 
York, .7. Tiebont ^ Sons, 1817. bds. 8vo. 7.50 
Tlii8 book, written in America, is the work of 
a high-minded, very intelligent and religious Dutch 
woman, only daughter of a learned and highly re- 
spectable Baptist Minister, A Hulshoff at Amster- 
dam. In 1806, when Napoleon imposed his brother 
as King on Holland, she did the utmost to excite 
the public spirit against the tyrant, and it is rumou- 
red that she afterwards jjlanned to murder him, when 
he stayed at Breda in 1811. She was then remo- 
ved to America by her friends, wrote there this work, 
and 2 other (rare) pamphlets, and returned after- 
wards to Amsterdam, where she died in 1846. 

HULSIQS' CoUection of Voyages. 4to. 

1511 — 11. Ander Schiffart in die Orient. In- 
dien (r. Neck), 1598—1600. Ed. 11. Franckfurt, 
1605. 148 pp., 15 maps and plait's. 15. — 

The map and 2 plates restored, else a good, but 
short copy. 

1512 — III. Dritte Theil ... Relation der 
dreyen Schiffart ... gegen Mitternacht, 1594 — 96 
{Barentsz and de Veer). Ed. I. NUmberg, 1598. 
9 leaves and 146 pp.; 33 maps and plates, calf, (old 
binding restored.) 65. — 

Very fine and tall copy ; only a small corner at 
the under margin of the title, and 5 leaves slightly 
restored. — Dedicace and plate 48 wanting. 

1513 — III* The same Part. Ed. IF. Numb. 1602. 
9 leaves and 121 pp., 31 plates and maps. 15. — 

Wants 3 plates; 16 pi. and some leaves somewhat 
defective in the margins. Short copy. 

1514 — IV. Vierte Schiffart. Warhafftige 
Historien einer wunderbaren Schiff'art, welche D7- 
rich Schmidel, 1534 — 35, in Americam, bei Bra- 
silia und Rio della Plata gethan. Ed. II. Ibid. 
1602. 11 maps and 5 plates; title andl04ipp. 15. — 

Wanting 6 maps and pi. — Plates and leaves 
somewhat defective in the outside maigins. 

The Latin edition of Schmidel's Voyage by Hul- 
sins, see in voce : Schmidel. 

1515 — IX. Neundte Schiffart, d. i. Grundtl. 
Erklarung was sich mit den HoU. u. Seelandern 
in Ost-lndien. Ao. 1604 u. 1605 unter d. Admiral 
Sleffan v. d. Hagen zugetragen. Franckf. 1606. 
51 pp., 5 maps and plates, hf. morocco. — Fine 
copy. 25. — 

First edition. 

1516 — XIII. Dreyzehente Schiffart ... War- 
haflft. und griindtl. Bericht . . . d. Landschaft Vir- 
ginien ... von Raph. Hamor. Hanaw, 1617. 76/>p., 
4 plates, hf. morocco. — Fine copy. 30. — 

First edition. The map stated in the Grenville 
copy, belongs to Part XIV. 

15:7 — XV. Fiinffzehende Schiffart ... Be- 
richt einos Engelischen {R. Coverte) welcher . . . 

75 pp., h/M 


in Gambaia gerelset. Hanaw, 1617. 
morocco. — Fine copy. 

First edition. — To this part belong no maps 
nor plates. 

HULSIUS' Collection of Voyages. 4to 

1518 — XVI. Sechtzehende Schifffahrt. 
Journal der wunderbaren Reise W. Schouten, 
1615—17, darinnen er eine neuwe Durchfahrt ne- 
ben dera Freto Magellanico, in die Suyd See ent- 
deckt, etc. Franckfurt, 1619. 4 maps and 5 plates, 
bds. — Fine, large copy. 40. — 

Only edition. — A close collation of all these 
volumes with the copy of Hulsius' Voyages, in the 
Town Library at Hamburg, gives for this vol. the 
following difference. — Three of the maps (here 
unnumbered) are numbered in the Hamburg copy 
and not so good of impression as in this. 

1519 — XVII. Siebenzehende Schiffart, d. i.: 
eigentl. und warhafftige beschreibnng derwunder- 
bare Reisz und Schiff'art Georg. von Spilbergen. 
Franckfurt, 1620. 93 pp., 6 plates, hf. morocco. — 
Fine copy. 30. — 

Only edition. — The plates »Val Parysa" and, 
"Quintero" added in facsimile. 

1520 — XVII* The same Part. bds. Fine, ia, 
copy. 40. — 

With the eight plates complete. 

1521 — XVIII. Achtzehender Theil der Ne- 
wen Welt, d. i. : griindl. volkommene Entdeckung 
aller der West-lnd. Landschafften ... 
Herrera. Franckfurt, 1623. I'itle, 2 leaves and 256 
pp., 14 maps, hj. morocco. 22. — 

Only edition. — The 3 maps in the Grenville 
copy of this Part, unktown to Asher, belong to Part 
XI X. The vigaet on the title torn out; a small 
wormhole in the outside margin of the last 40 lea- 
ves, else a fine, tall copy, almost uncut. 

1522 — XVIII* The same Part. bdt. Fine, 

tall copy. Complete. 30. — 

1523 - XIX. Neuntzehende Schiffarth, in- 

haltendt fiinff Schiffarthen Sam. Brauns in Africam, 
u. dessen Provincien, Congo, Bansa, Loango, An- 
gola, etc. Franckfurt, 1626. 108 pp., 6 plates, 
bds. — Fine, tall copy. 60. — 

Only edition. Complete. — The Hamburg copy 
has but 3 plates ; the Grenville copy 5 pi. 

1524 — XX. Zwantzigste Schifffahrt, od. 
grundliche . . . Beschreibung desz Newen Engel- 
lands. Wie auch Virginia und Barmuda. Franck- 
furt, 1629. 118 pp., one map and 3 plates, hf. mo- 
rocco. Fine copy. 65. — 

Only edition. — The 2 plates » Wie die Weiber^' 
etc. and pi. of birds and beasts added in admirable 

The portrait of J. Smith in the corner of the map 
in very fine facsimile. 

The leaf signature P differs in this copy, with 
that in the Hamburg Library. Fagg. 114 and 115 
have there each 34 lines, but in ray copy only 33 

Frederik Mui.l.BR & C"., 




pag. 116 has iu Hamburg 38, aud here 42 lines, 
iucludiug the word Finis. — The text is the same. — 
The plates of this part are of the utmost rarity. 

HULSIUS' Collection of Voyages. 4to. 

1625 — XXI. Ein und zwantzigste Soiiiff- 

fahrt, od. griiadliche . . . Beschreibuug der vol- 

koiuiiesten Laadschaflft Brasilieu, Americae, etc. 

Franckfiirt, 1629. 131 pp., one map and 2 plates. 

A/, morocco. — FiTie, large copy. 50. — 

Only edition. — The portrait of P. Pz. Hayn, 

and the plate 'Drucken Landt.'^ in photography. 

1526 — XXII. Zwey und Zwanzigste Schif- 
fart, d. i. histor. eygentl. Beschreibuug des ge- 
walt., miichtigea Schiffahrt so uuder dem Admiral 
J. I'Hermite, 1623—26, umbgie (sic) gautzen Welt 
beschehen. Franckfurt, 1630. 114 pp., 5 maps and 
plates, hf. morocco. — Fine large copy. 60. — 

Only edition. — Plate 3 (Insul Joan Fernando) 
and 4 (Vorstellung wie die Spanische Schilf, etc.) 
added in photography. — In the Hamburg copy, 
the plate >*<•. 2, "men gathering shells," here 
a little damaged, has "N*}. 11 zum 54 blatt" in- 
stead of "Zum 28 blatt." On the 8th plate, which, 
according to Aaher and Grenville, belongs to this 
Part, — and to the "Original edition" (Mr. Qua- 
ritch), Mr. Sobolewski remarks in this copy : 

"Hulsius a reimprime mot a mot I'edition de 
Strassbourg 1 629, et il a employe les cuivres memes 
de cette edition. II u'y a que 7 planches k I'edition 
de Strassbourg et celle du titre (ie V II Ime) est una 
reduction du titre grave de Decker." 

1527 — XXllI. Drey und zwantzigste Sohif- 
fahxt, welche G. /T. u. L. W. von Streitberg etc. 
naeh Malta gethan : beschrieben . . . durch J. F. 
Breithaupt. Franckfurt, 1632. IMe and prejace 
4 leaves. 222 pp. and 8 leaves Index; 8 maps and 
plates, hf. morocro. 50. — 

First and only edition by Hulsius, complete with 
8 plates according to Grenrille, and with the engra- 
ving on the title, 9 plates, as Asher says. — 3 leaves 
slightly restored, else a fiue copy. 

Together 15 parts, sm. 4to, many maps and pla- 
tes, published 1602 — 32. A Very rabe set, all in 
perfect condition, except pt. 2, 3 (2d ed.) and 4. 

A complete set of Hulsius consists of 26 parts, 
many in different editions, pt. 1 and 5 being fiva 
times reprinted. The parts 16 to 26, existing only 
in one single edition, arc the most difficult to be 
found. — A quite complete collection of all edi- 
tions is of the utmost rarity, even beyond that of 
de Bry; Part 24—26 are almost not to find. 

The collection of Hulsius is considered to be of 
great merit, for his fidelity aud accuracy, both in 
the text and the plates. 

1628 Hulsius. — Collation ofHulsius's collection of 
Voyages by Mr. B. Qoariteh. (London, 1860.) 8 pp. 
4to. With some MSS. corrections by Mr. Q. himself. 
Entirely out of print. 14. — 

1629 lleproductions in photography of the fol- 



lowing plates, each of which are very rare and ge- 
nerally wanting. Only 2 or 3 copies are made. 
Each plate. 3. — 

Plates in photography: 

Part 20. Plate, 4 Savages, »Ein Zauberer," etc. 

Plate, 4 females and a child, '/Wie die Weiber von 
Damason," etc. 

Plate of birds and beasts, etc. 

Part 21. Portrait of "Pieter Pietersz. Heyn," Gene- 
ral of the fleet of the Dutch W. Ind. Company. 

Folding pi., '/Drucken Landt," p. 123. 

Part 22. Plate '/Die Insul Joan Fernando." 

PI. "Vorstellung wie die Spanische Scbiff sind ver- 
brendt worden zu Calao." 

PI. // Verzeichnus der Ree da die Nassawischc Flot 
gelegen ist. 

Part 23. Plate, views of i»Mola" and "Caieta" 
pag. 212. 

Part 24. Portrait, Wm. IJsbrantz Bontekoe van Hoorn. 

Folding pi., in front natives bringing fowls and 
fruit, and European fiddling to natives, p. 10. 

Folding pi., 2 horizontal compartments, represen- 
ting ships aud flying fi^h. p. 16. 

Folding pi., 2 horizontal compartments, in front, 
boat with awning, p. 24. 

Folding pi., 3 Ships in storm, 2 wrecked, to 
face p. 57. 

Folding pi.. Wreck of a ship, men on it and on 
spars in sea p. 71. 

Part 25. F'olding plate, of a skull, 'Das obereTheil 
vom Kopff dess Einhorns" etc. (1.) 

Folding pi., 'Gedachtes obere Theil." (8.) 

Folding pi., but smaller, '/Das hindere Theil vom 
Kopff des Einhorns." (3) 

Part 26. Plate, in 2 compartments, — the npper 
one has a sub-scription: '/Fisch so von den Islandern 
Nsrwal genaut," etc.; the lower one has « Kopff des 
fisches Narwal," to face p. 16. 

PI., «Wilde Groenlander," to face p. 26. 

Folding pi., 2 Walruses, at right hand corner 
• Wallrusch" to face p. 49. 

Folding pi., a whale windlass, at bottom /'Wall- 
fisches weybliu" etc., an inverted 2 in the corner, to 
face p. 60. 

Folding pi., Oil manufactory, barrels, etc., to face 
p. 60. 

F'olding pi., a Whale, letter //G" bdow it, "4" in 
the upper corner. 
1530 Hulsius, Lev., Celebrated Geographer and 
editor of the very rare and fine set of Voyages. — 
A. L. S. to J oh. Oberndorffcr of Kegensburg, 
dat. May 10, 1603. 1 p. fol. Fine lith. facsimile. — 
With copy of his printers marie. 3. — 

From: Lemperis, Bilderhe/te des Buchhandels. 

1631 Humboldt (A. von), Krit. Untersuchungen 
tiber die histor. Entwickelung der geograpB. Kennt- 
nisse von der Neuen Welt, und die Fortschritte 
der nautischen Astronomie in d. 15. u. 16. Jahr- 
hundert. Aus d. Franzos. iiborsetzt von J. L. Ide- 
ler. Berlin, 1838—62. 3 vols. hf. bd. 8vo. 6.— 

1532 — Over de oudste kaartea van het nieuwe 



werelddeel on den naam America. (Amst. 1853. 

Extr. from the: Leeskaiinet.) H^. With facsim. ot .Di? 

la Cosas map of 1500. 1.25 

On the most ancieut maps and the name of America. 

1533 Htiinbo]dt et A. Bonpland, Voyage aux 
Regions Equinoctiales : Relation Historique. Paris, 
1814 — 19. Vol. I, \l. 3d. uncut, roy. 4to. Large 
vellum paper. 14. — 

1534 Atlas geographiqne .et physique dcs regi- 

on& ^quinoxiales du Nouveau Continent. Paris, 
1814. roy. fol. Large vellum paper. 20. — 

In 25 maps. viz. N". 1—6, 9, 13-30 (NO. 19 
twice diifereutly) with the 2 titles (general and spe- 
cial), engraved frontispice and the rare 11 pj). folio 
letterpress: '/Sur les materiaiix qui out servi pour 
la construction de I'Atlas." 

1535 Reise in die Aequinoctial-Gegenden des 

neuen Continents. 1799 — 1804. Stuttg. u. Tubin- 
gen, 1815 -23. 4 vols. sd. 8vo. 2.— 

1536 Reis naar de landen by den Equator. 

Uit het Fransch vert. Haarlem, 1808—18. (5 vols. 
portr. and plates, sd. 8vo. 3.— 

{Voyage to the Equator. Transl. from the French.) 

1537 Reis naar dc Keerkringen, 1799 — 

1804. Uittreksel nit hunne aanteeken. van J. C. 
Delametherie, Amsterd. 1805. 8vo. 1.25 

{Voyage to the Tropics. Extract transl. from 
the French.) 

1538 Humboldt, A. v., Essai politique sur le 
royaume de la Nouvelle-Espagne. Paris, 1808. Livr. 
1—4, cont. Vol. 1: 2 titres et dedicace, Analyse 
raisonnee de I'Atlas de la Nouv. Espagne, XCII 
pp. et texte pp. 1—428. roy. 4to. Large vellum 
paper. 4.~ 

1539 Atlas gSographique et physique dn 

royaume de la Nouvelle Espagne. Paris, 1808—11. 
With 20 maps. roy. fol. Large vellum paper. 9. — 

1540 Essai politique sur le royaume de la 

Nouvelle Espagne. Paris, 1811. 5 vols. hf. calf, 
2 maps. 8vo. — Fine copy. 8. — 

1541 The same. 2e edit. Paris, 1825 - 27. 4 vols. 

calf gilt. 2 maps. 8vo. 8. — 

Pine reprint of the first edition. — Very good copy. 

1542 Versueh iib. den politischen Zustand d. 

Konigreichs Neu-Spanien. Tiib. 1809—14. 5 vols. 
in 3. hf. calf, maps. 8vo. 4.50 

1543 Political essay on the kingdom of New 

Spain. Translated by John Black. New- York, 
./. Riley, 1811. 2 vols. hf. bd. 8vo. 7.— 

Rare edition. These vols, contain only Book I — IV, 
chapt. I —9 of the original edition. — All published? 

1544 Examen de la obra intitulada: Essai po- 
litique sur le royaume de la Nouvelle Espagne, 
par Al. de Humboldt. Paris, 1808-9. - „E1 Es- 
panol." Tom. I. W. IV. (Madrid?; 30 Julio. 1810. 
pp. 243—304. 8vo, — Rare. 1.75 

1645 .— -- Recueil d'observations astronomiques, 

d'operations trigonometriques et de m^sures baro- 
raetriques, p. J. Oltmanns. Paris, 1808 — 10. Livr. 
1—5, 7, cont. Vol 1. (compl.), vol 11. pp. 1—246, 
357 — 4(i5. roy. 4to. Large vellum paper. 6. — 

1546 Humboldt, A. v., Recueil d'observations de 
zoologic et d'auatomie compar^e faites dans I'Ocean 
Atlantique, dans I'interieur du Nouveau Continent 
et dans la Mer du Sud. Paris, 1811. Vol. I. hf. 
bound, with 30 colqur, plates, roy. 4to. 14. — 

1547 Essai sur la geographic des plantes, ac- 

comp. d'un tableau phys. des r^^gions equinox. 
Paris, 1807. roy. 4to. IVith the large map. — Out 
of print. 9. — 

1548 Plantae Aequiuoctiales, in ord. digessit 

A. Bonpland. Paris. 1808-9. Vol. I. (compl. with 
65 pi.) et Vol. II. (pp. 1—88 and pi. 66—113.) 
Large vellum paper, fol. 21. — 

1549 Kunth (C. S.) Synopsis plantarum, quas 

in itinere ad plagam aequinoct. Orbis Novi ctlleg. 
A. de Humboldt et A. Bonpland. Paris, 1822 — 25. 
4 vols. sd. 8vo. 11. — 

1550 Hurna (Sophia) An exhortation to the inha- 
bitants of the province of South-Carolina, to bring 
their deeds to the light of Christ, in their own 
consciences. London, Luke Hinde, 1752. — The 
same. An epistle to the inhabitants of South-Ca- 
rolina, containing sundry observation.^ proper to 
be considered by every Professor of Christianity. 
Ibid. 1754. — A caution to such as observe days 
and times... by S. H[;ume]. — 3 parts in 1 vol. 
calf. 8vo. — Rare. 6.— 

1551 Hunt (Capt. E. B.) Union Foundations: a 
study of American Nationalitj^ as fact of science. 
New- York. 1863. Bvo. —.90 

1552 Hunter (J.) An historical journal of the trans- 
actions at Por^ Jackson and Norfolk Island, with 
the discoveries which have been made in New 
South Wales and in the Southern Ocean, since 
the publication of Philip's voyage. Loudon, 1793. 
hj- calf, 17 maps and plates. 4to. 7. — 

1653 Hunter (Jos.) Collections concerning the 
Church or Congregation of Protestant Separatists 
formed at Scrooby in North Nottinghamshire, in 
the time of King James I: the founders of New- 
Plymouth, the parent-colony of New-England, Lon- 
don, 1854. cloth, plate. 8vo. 6. — 

1554 Huntington, Benj., Member of the Con- 
necticut-Congress, Member of Congress, 1789- 91, 
cet. - A. L. S. to Capt. J. Huntington of Wind- 
ham, dat. Lebanon, July 16, 1777. 1 p. tol. 2.50 
On his farm. 

1556 Huntington, Sam., Signer of the Declar. of 
Independ., Member and Pres. of the Old Con- 
gress, 1775—83. -• A copy of a letter to Col. 
J. Wadsworth. dat., Noiwicb, March 8, 1788. 1 p. 
fol. 2.— 

On W's retiring from Congress.. 

1556 Hymns for the use of the Society of United 




Christian Friends, professing the faith of universal 
salvation. New- York, 1817. calf. sm. 8vo. 1.50 

1557 Illinois. — Geographisch-statistische and his- 
torische Charte. Weimar, 1826. sq.fol. 45 by 41. — 
Coloured. 1, — 

1568 Indian Emperor (The), or the Conquest 
of Mexico. Act. IV, Scene 4, as perfonned in 
1731 before the Duke of Cumberland. fF. Hogarth 
px., engrav. by R. Dodd. sq. fol. 3. — 

1559 Indiana. — Geographisch-statistische nnd his- 
torische Charte. Weimar, 1826. sq. fol. 45 by 38. — 
Coloured. 1. — 

1560 Influence du despotisme de I'Angleterre sur 
les deux Mondes. Iraprim6 a Boston {en France.) 
No date (1776?) uncut. 8vo. 1.50 

On the politics and prospects of Carthagena and 
and Canada, during the war between Engl, and 
France. Attributed to Beanmarchais. 

1561 Inga (Athan.) Westindische Spieghel, waer 
inne men sien kan, alle de eylanden, provintien, 
lantschappen, het machtige ryck van Mexico, en 
'tgout en silver-rycke landt van Peru, 'tsamptde 
coursen, havenen, enz. Amsterd., Broer Jantz. ende 
J. Pieterz. WacMer, 1624. vellum, maps and engra- 
vings. 4to. Fine copy. 15. — 

( West-Indian Mirror, wherein are to be seen aU 
the islands, provinces, countries, the mighty empire 
of Mexico, the gold- and silver-land of Feru^ioith 
the courses, harbours, etc.) 

Complete and fine copies, as this are very-rare. 

1662 IngersoU (C. J.) Discourse concerning the 
influence of America on the mind. Philad. 1823. 
8vo. 1,— 

1563 Instructions given with a commission for 
seizing the ships, etc. belonging to the inhabitants 
of the Rebellious Colonies, etc. 27 May 1777. — 
Instructions and Additioniil Instructions to the Com- 
manders and Ofticiers of all Our Ships, and of all 
vessels having Letters of Marque and Reprisals 
against the French King, the King of Spain, and 
the States General of the United Provinces, or their 
subjects . . . also against the inhabitants of Our 
Rebellious Colonies in America, 5 Aug. 1778 — 
24 March 1781. — In all 13 pieie?. 1 vol. fol. 6.— 

Curious and rare collection of the Official Instruc- 
tions, undersigned 0. L. Tarrant. 

1564 Insulae Americanae. (Amst.) G. Blaeu. (1638). 
sq. fol. 52 by 38. — Coloured. With complete 
French text. 2.50 

1565 Inventaris der verzameling kaarten berus- 
tende in het Rijks-Archief. 's Gravenh. 1867, Tom. 
(. 80. 2.— 

Description of the charts and maps in the Royal 
Archrves at the Hague, by P. A. Leupe, Major of 
the Dutch Navy. — Contains the description of a 
great number of unpublished MS. Maps of New- 
Netherland, Nova Scotia, the West-Indian Islands, 
Brazil, etc., once belonging to the Dutch W. \. 


1566 Irving (Wash.) The life and voyages of 
Chr. Columbus, to which are added those of his 
companions. Now- York, 1853. 3 vols, cloth, map. 
8vo. (14.25) 6.50 

1567 Histoire de la vie et des voyages de 

Christ. Colorab. Trad. p. C. A. Defauconpret. 
2e edit. Paris, 1836. 4 vols. hf. calf. 8vo. 3.50 

1568 Leven en reizen van Christ. Columbus. 

Haarlem, 1828 — 34, 5 vols. sd. uncut, map, portr. 
and fac-sim. 8vo. 3. — 

Dutch translation. — The 5th vol. contains the 
voyages of the companions of Columbus. 

1569 History of New- York, to the end of the 

Dutch Dynasty. By D. Knickerbocker. Paris, 1824. 
2 vols. sd. 8vo. 1.25 

1570 Ausflug auf die Prairicn zwischen dem 

Arkansas u. Red-river. Stut<^^g. 1835. 8vo. — .90 

1571 Rip Van Winkle. A legend of the Kaats- 

kill mountains. New York, 1864. Illustrated with 
original designs by eminent artists, roy. 8vo. 2.75 

1572 Voyage d'un Americain a Londres, ou 

esquisses sur les moeurs Angl. et Araericaines. 
Trad, de I'Angl. Paris, 1824. 2 vols. sd. uncut. 
8vo. 1.60 

edit. Paris, 1827, 2 vols. 

1573 The same. 2d 

hf. calf. 8vo. 

1574 Isert, Reize van Koppenhagen naar Guinea, 
de West-lndien en de Caraib. eilanden. Amst. 
1797. With fig. 8vo. 1.50 

{Voyage from Copenhagen to Guinea, the West- 
Indies and the Caraibic islands.) 
1675 Tsographie des hommes celebres on collec- 
tion de fac-simile de lettres-autographes et de sig- 
natures. Paris, 1828—30. 3 vol. hf. calf.Xg. i^. — 
Fine cofy. 25. — 

Celebrated collection, generally acknowledged as 
every, collector's touchstone for the genniness of au- 
tographs. Among these docaraents, nicely reproduced 
and surpassing the number of 600, several are inte- 
resting for America, f. i. : 

Pitt, William. 
Kochambeau, the Marshal in 

Rum ford, B. Th. 
de Rnyter, Admiral. 
Schurman, Anna M. ^, the 

Sparman, A., the Traveller. 
Washington, G. 
West, Benjamin. 

Adams, John 


Burke, Edm. 

BiJsching, Geographer. 

Columbus, Chr. 

Drake, Fr. 





La Peronse. 

1576 Jackson, Charl.» Judge of the Supr. Court 
of Massachus. 1813—24. — A. L. S. to Rev. Sam. 
Willard of Dccrfiold, the author of several hymn- 
books, dat. Boston, Jan. 11, 1820. 3 pp. 4o. 3.— 

Proposal to undertake the charge of a school. 

1577 Jackson (B.) Uebcr die Fieber in Jamaika. 
Aus d. Engl, mit Anmerk. v. K. Sprengel. Leip- 
zig, 1798. hf bd. 8vo. 1.— 




1578 Jacobsz. (Jac) en Abrah. Jansz, Ant- 
woord op vyf vrageii, uytgog. door L. H. Eppen- 
liof, om door ons beantwoord te worden, die Qua- 
kers genacmt zijn. Anist., €hr. Vunradus, 1670. 
4to. 2.— 

(Reply to 5 questions, publ. by L. H. Eppenhof, 
in order to be answered by us, who are called 

1579 (Jacobsz, Theunis), Zee-Atlas. Amst., Th. 
Jacobsz. (c. 1635?) vellum. 15 Fine charts in colours 
and gold. fol. 12.— 

A collection of 15 maritime charts, without sepa- 
rate title, but containing 6 by Th. Jacobsz, viz.: 
1. Brazil; 3. The Caribees, New Netherland, etc.; 
3. West- Indian-Islands; 4. New-Netherlaind, Vir- 
ginia, New-England, Nova Francia, etc. (not men- 
tioned by Asher); 5. Barbary; 6. Guinea. (Africa). — 
The other maps are by N. Fisseher and P. de Wit. 

1580 Jamaica (Map of) Arast., iV^. Visscher (about 
1700). sq. fol. 59 by 51. — Coloured. 1,50 

1581 Views in Jamaica. After drawings by 

G. Robberton, engrav. by Lerpiniere and Vivares. 
London, /. Boydell, 1778. 3 plates marked : 3, 4, 6. 
Ig. sq. fol. — Fine. 3. — 

1582 Trelawney, city of the Maroon-Negroes. 

Dutch engrav. by Feelwaard. sq. 8". — .50 

1583 Portraits of the 12 men miraculously 

saved when the Cenlaurus, a man of war of 74 
guns, was lost in a heavy storm, off Jamaica, 
1782. J. Northcote px., engrav. by T. Oaugain. Ig. 
sq. fol. 3.— 

1584 Jansen (M. H.) Een brug over den Oceaan. 
Stooravaart op Araerika. Delft, 1869. large map. 
8vo. —.80 

{A bridge on the Ocean. Steam •navigation be- 
tween Holland and America.) 

1585 (Janssonius, Joh.), Nouveau Theatre du 
Monde ou nouveau Atlas contenant les Tables et 
Descriptions de toutes les Regions de la Terre. 
Amsterdam, J. Jansson. 1639. 3 vol. vellum gilt, 
plain maps. fol. 30. — 

Janssons's Atlas is based on that of G. Mercator 
and J. Hondius the elder, his father in law. Whose 
cosmographical apparatus came into his possession. 
It contains however many new maps by Henry Hon- 
dius, his brother in law, a, o. — 18 Maps of Ame- 
rica occur, mostly the same as in Mercator's Atlas 
of 1633. The map of New-Netherland, copied from 
de Laet, is here reproduced for the first time (See 
Asher's List, N". 4). The map of N. Amer. widely 
differs from that of Mercator; California is here 
represented as an Island. — The French text is 
remarkably accurate and gives details f. i. of the 
foundation of Plymouth, etc., which do not occur 
in Mercator. — Map of the Globe, Arctic regions, 
etc. 5 maps; Norway and Sweden 5; Russia, etc. 
5; Asia 14; Africa 6; in all 319 maps. 

1586 Groote Atlas. {Large Atlas.) Deel V. De 

Waterweveldt. {Waiemorld,) Amat. 1657. vellum, 

nicely coloured charts. Title illuminated, roy. fol. 

This is the 5th and last volume of Jansaonius's 
Great Atlas, containing 23 maritime charts with an 
ample text. 7 of the charts represent America, viz, : 
Pulus Antarcticus with Greenland and the Northern 
parts of America, Mar del Norle with the Easfera 
coasts of America down to Guajaua; Hispaniola, 
Cuba and the Caraib Islands; Mara Aethiopicum 
with South-America; Mare Pacificum; Polus Ant- 
arcticus. — Besides to this copy some other maps 
are added from Janssonius' Atlas atnongst which 
those of the Capitaiiiae do Cirii, Peruambuco, Pa- 
raiba, Rio Grande, etc. (2 maps). 

1587 (Janssonius, Joh), Atlas contractus s. At- 
lantis majoris compendium. Amstelod., apud J. 
Janssonii haeredes. 166G. 2 vol. in 1. vellum, roy. 
fol. 12.— 

170 Maps with Latin text and Index. Those of 
America, amongst which that of New-Netherlaad 
after de Laet and the two of Virginia, are the same 
as in tiie editiou of 1639, with exception of the 
Tabula Magellanica, here quite new and ranch 
more correct. 

1588 Japon. — Een kort Beskriflfning uppii 
trenne Eeesor och Peregratiouer, sampt Konnega- 
ryket Japan. Wysindzborg, Joh. Kankel. 1674. 304 
pp. 4to. 36.— 

Very rare, as all the typographical productions 
at Wyziugsborg (Sweden.) 

This vol. contains: Nils Matson Kioping, Voyage 
in Asia, Africa, etc. — OloJ^' Erichszon fTillman, 
Voyage to East- India. — Shbtt account of the King- 
dom Japan and its emperors; how long the Portu- 
guese have visited it, and when the Dutch have ar- 
rived, etc. — Accoimt of a Voyage from Mosco'i 
to China, by Mongolio (Mangui ?) and Cataja, on thi 
river Oby, etc.; by a Russian ambassador. — As 
interesting, as rare. 

The copy is somewhat stained and a few worm- \ 
holes in the margins. Title in facsimile. 

Forms part of the Collection of Voyages printed 
at fVysingzborn, see Reesa-book. 
— Confer: Memorials. 

1589 Jay, John, Member of the first Congress, 
Chief Justice" of the U. S. Supr. Court, Governor 
of N. Y. — A. L. S. to Tim. Pickering, Secret, 
of State, dat. N. Y. July 5, 1797. 1 p. 40. - Fine 
specimen. 6. — 

Desires a copy of the Convention of Armed Neu- 

1590 A. L. S. to Rev. Dr. Morse of Charles- 
town, dat. Bedford, March 3, 1813. A full page | 
4» 6.— f 

Fine, interesting letter on Eliot's Biographical 

1591 Jeu de Qeographie. — Pack of playing- 
cards, representing the principal countries, nations, 
cities eta. of Europa, Asia, Africa, America. — On 
those representing America occur the distinguish- 

Frbderik Muller «5c C?., 



ing signs of pips (spots), a former antlqne-card- 
sign. Together 40 cards. Ig. 12". — Mounted on 
7 sheets, fol. 25.— 

This set consists of: Europe: title and 1,2,5,8; 
Asia: title and 1 — 10; Africa: title and 1 — 10; 
America: title, king, queen, knave and 1 — 10 (Ame- 
rica, Peru, Mexico, Brazilia, Chili, etc.), — These 
fine plates are engraved by a French artist, appa- 
rently about 1640, in the style of Callui, and of 
the highest rarity. 
1592 Jefferson (Thorn.) Notes on the State of 
Virginia. Philadelphia, 1825. 8vo. 3.50 

1503 The same. Now edit,, i)repared by th(! 

anther, contain, notes and plates never before 
published. Richmond, 1853, 7nap, cloth. Svo. 

(9.-) 6.- 

1594 Manuel du droit parlementaire, ou precis 

d. rrglcs siiiv. dans le Parlernent d'Anglet et dans 
le Congres d. l^tats-Unis. Trad. d'Angl. p. L. A. 
Pichon. Paris, 1814. hf. calf. Svo. 1.75 

1595 The pretensions of Thorn. Jefferson to 

the Presidency examiueJ, aud the charges against 
John Adams refuted. Addressed to the citizens 
Oi America in general, and particularl)' to the 
electors of the President. United States, October 
179(5. 2 parts in 1. Svo. 10.- 

Vkry kakk pamphlet, nowhere found cited. It' 
hears neither author's nur printer's name, but is ap- 
parently written by a fierson well acquainted with 
the political (foreign as well and interior) affairs of 
bij country. 

1596 Jefferys (Thorn.) Voyages from Asia to Ame- 
rica, for c:jmidetiug the Discoveries of the Novth- 
West Coast of America, with a summary of the 
Voyages made by the liussians on the Frozen 
Sea, in search of a Nortli-East passage. 2d Edit. 
Loud. 1764. sd. uncut, 3 maps. 4to. 3.50 

1597 West-India Atlas, or a compendious de- 
scription of the VVest-lndies, illustrated with 40 
correct charts and maps, taken from actual sur- 
veys. With an historical account of the several 
countries and island.s. Londou. 1775. hf. bound. 
roy. fol. 10.— 

Interesting Atlas, published at the beginning of 
thf War of luJop.uJ. A complete chart of the W. 
Ind. is givfen in 17 sheets, represent, the coasts of 
Louisiana. Florida, Mexico, Yucatan, etc. Amongst 
the 16 special maps of the islands are Jamaica^ Ru- 
attan, Tobago, Curasao, etc. 

15J8 Jesuits. — Algemeyne Oprekeninga van 

do liuyzen, collegien, .s'-minarieu ende missien der 

Jcbuiteu in aile laudeu. Aelat, \X'M(ii) sd. uncut. 

Svo. Rare. 3.— 

{Grtieral Enumeradott of I he houses, coUeyi;s, 

missions etc. of the Jesuits in all parts of the 


Pp. 15—18 treat of the Jesuit establishmeuts iu 


De Jesuit op den throon ; of de gevallen 

van Nicolaas de I, Koning van Paraguai en Kei- 

zer, der Mamelukken. Leeuw. 1758. 8vo. uncut. 

Very rare. 3. — 

( The Jesuit on the throne ; or the life of Nico- 

laus I, King of Paraguaij, and Emperor of the 


1600 Jogues (Isaac) Soc. J., Novum Belgium: an 
account of New Netherland in 1643—44. With a 
facsimile of his original Manuscript, his portrait, 
a map and notes by J. Gilmary Shea New York, 
privately printed 1862. cloth, large 4to. Very scarce. 

Published for the first time from the Jesuit's MS. 
narrative dated 1646 ; "the only account by a foreig- 
ner or that time," as Mr. Shea writes, but the Dutch 
letter on New-Netherland, by the Rev. J. Michae- 
lius, written 1 S y^arj d^/cir^, was unknown to him. — 
This splendid volume, printed only in 25 copies, by 
the liberality of James Lenox Esq., contains the 
original text, an Engl, translation, sketch of the life 
of F. Is. Jogues, and notes, illustrated by an engra- 
ved portrait, a facsimile, a map of N. Anglia, N. 
Belgium and Virginia after De Laet, and a view of 
New .\m3terdara, from the plate in Montanus' America. 

1601 Jonathan, Brieven uit en over de Vereen. 
Staten van Noord-Amerika, met inleid. door E. B. 
Swalue. Schoonhoven, 1853. sd. Svo. plates and 
map. (3.60) 2.— 

{Letters from and on the United States.) — Ori- 
ginal Dutch, remarkable. 

1602 Jones (Dav.) Journal of two visits made to 
some Nations of Indians on the West side of the 
River Ohio, in 1772 and 1773. Burlington, 1774. — 
Reprinted, with a biographical notice of the Author, 
by Hor. Gates Jones. New York, Sabin, 1865. sd. 
Svo. 6.— 

Printed only in 200 copies. — This copy being 
N". 83. 

1603 Johfison (Sam) Political Tracts, contain.: 
The lalse Alarm, Falkland's Islands, The Patriot, 

I and Ta."cation no Tyranny. Lond. 1776. hf. bd. 
i uncut. Svo. 1.80 

1604 Johnson, Sir Will., Statesman and soldier, 
distinguished himself in all the expeditions against 
the French, defeated Dieskau 1755, and took Fort 
Niagai'a. — A. L. S. to Mr. Wetherhead, dat. 
Johnson Hall, July 12, 1767. 1 p. lol. ~ Very 
rare autograph. 10. — 

On private business. 

1605 Johnson, Will., Judge of the Supr. Court 
of the U. S. 1804. — A. L S. to Edw, H. Kin- 
call, dat. May 27, 1828. 1 p. 8». 1.— 

Declines standing sponsor. 

1606 Jomard, Des cartes en relief. (Paris. 1846). 
8». — Extr. - .50 

1607 Jong (C. de) Reize naar de Caribische eilan- 
den in 1780—81. Haarlem, 1807. Plates. 8vo. 1.50 

(I'^oyage to the Caraibic Islands.) 

1608 Jonge (Bonif. de) Carmen de priniis Bata- 




vorum navigation ibus in Indiam Orient. Arast. 

1726. 4to. 6.— 

Unique. — It is a Latin poem made and reci- 
ted by an able Gyranasiast on leaving the Latin Gym- 
nasium at Amsterdam. 

1609 Jonge (J. C. de) Geschiedenis van het Ne- 
deriandsch Zeewezen. 's Gravenhage, 1833—48. 
6 vols. 8vo. (51.—) 15.— 

{History of the Dutch marine.) 

1610 The same 2d edition. ZwoUe, 1869. 5 vols. 

TTitA plates and portr. cloth, roy. Bvo. (54.25) 25. — 

This edition is much enlarged by the authentic 
I)apers added to it by J. K. J. de Jonge, the son 
of the author. 

The most authentic history of Dutch marine, foun- 
ded entirely on documents of the Royal Archives. 
It is the more important as many of these docu- 
ments were consumed, after the publication of the 
work, in the great fire of 1853, which destroyed a 
part of the Archives. Its value for the American 
collector needs not to be specified, as it contains very 
ample material for the history of the West- India- 
Company, the early expeditions to America, the wars 
with the Spaniards and Portuguese there, and their 
transmarine colonies. Many of the fine portraits are 
taken from old pictures, drawings, and very rare 
plates, not known before. 

1611 Jonge (J. K. J. de) De opkomst van het 
Nederl. gezag in Oost-indie. 1595—1647. Anisterd., 
1862—75. Vol. I— VIl[, andTableonVol. I— Vn. 
8vo. 39..50 

{The rise of the Butch power inthe East-Indies, 

A collection of unedited documents from the highly 
interesting Dutch Colonial Archives, with ample his- 
torical introduction J very valuable for the history 
of the early Dutch voyages. Some pieces relate to 
America, as: Account of a voyage to Guiana and 
Trinidad in 1597 — 98, by A. Cabeliau; Resolutions 
of the States General on the navigation to India by 
the Straits of Magellan ; unedited journals of Dutch 
navigators to the Indies, etc, 

1612 Nova Zembla. De voorwerpen door de 

Nederl. Zeevaarders na hunne overwintering aldaar 
in 1597 achtergelaten en in 1871 door Kapt. Carl- 
sen teruggevonden, beschreven en toegelicht. 's Gra- 
venh. 1872. plate and large map. roy. 8vo. 1.50 

{Nova- Zembla. — Description of the objects left 
at Nova-Zembla, in 1597, after the wintering there 
of the Dutch; and discovered in 1871 by Capt. 

Very interesting for the voyage of Heemskerck 
and Barendsz and their wintering at Nova Zembla. 

1613 Jongste berigten omtrent de kolonisatie in 
Nederl. Guyana. (Arast. 1846.) 8vo. {Exlr.) -.50 

{Last news of the colonisation in Dutch Guiana.) 

1614 [Joosten Tolck, Jos.] De groote wonder- 
lijcke wereldt. BeschrO vinghe des gantsche aert- 
bodera als Europa, Asia, Africa en America, also 
ick so doorgereyst hebbe, namentlyck Hungaryen, 

Poolen, Ruslandt. . . JJretilien, etc. Nog vergroot 
met dc Turckse Grammatica. Amst. 1659. 4to. ma/>. 


{The great marvellous world. Description ojthe 
whole globe, viz. Europe, Asia, Africa, and Ame- 
rica which I have travelled over, Hungary, Poland, 
Russia, ... Brazil etc. With a Turkish grammar.) 

First edition, very rare. The description of Bra- 
zil fills pp. 58—70. It is the more interesting, as 
the author was 7 years in that country, during the 
government of Prince John Maurice. 

1615 [Joosten Tolck, Jos.] De Kleyne wonder- 
Igcke werelt, as Turckyen, Hungaryen, Poolen. . . 
Bresilien etc. Amst., D. TJittenbroek, 1649. vellum. 
8 maps in woodcut and the author s portrait on the 
title. 4to. 10.— 

( The little wonderful world, as Turkey, Hungary, 
"Poland. . . Brazil, etc.) 

The description of Brazil is exactly the same as 
in the Groote wonderl. Wereld. 

1616 The same. Amst., J. Kannewet, (1740). 

4to. 4.— 

In this edition the accoant of Brazil is macb 

1617 The same. Amst. G. de Groot Keur. 1739. 

4to. 3.-g 

1618 Jordan (Rich.) Journal of his life and relcB 
gious labours. Lond. 1829. hf. cf sm. 8vo. 1.25 

Minister to the Soc. of Friends, Newton, New 

1619 Journal de la femme d'un missionnaire dans 
les prairies de I'Ouest aux Etats-Unis. Trad. deM 
I'Angl. par Mile Killiet de Constant. GenevoM 
1857. hf. bd. 8vo, 1.25* 

1620 Journal d'un voyage fait dans I'int^rieur di 
I'Am^rique Septentrionale. Ouvrage dans lequelv 

' on donne des details precieux sur I'insurrection \ 
des Anglo-Americains etc. Trad, de I'Angl. p. ^ 
M. Noel. Paris, 1793. 2 vols. sd. uncut, map and 
plates. 8vo. . 2.50 

1621 Journaal en Daghregister van D. Jacobsz. 
Tayses avontuurel. Reyse na Groenlandt, gedaen 
met het sehip Den Dam. Uytgeg. d. W. P. Poort, 
Stierman v. d. Dam. Amsterd. 1711. 4to. }f'ood- 
cuts. 3. — 

{Journal and diary of D. J. Tayse's voyage to 
Greenland on the ship Den Dam. Edited by IV. P. 
Poort, pilot of the ship Den Dam.) 

1622 Journaal of Dagregister van den beginne de» 
tegenwoordige oorlog tusschen de Zeven Vereen. 
Provincien en Engeland, 20 Dec. 1780- 15 Febr. 
1783. Plain Manuscript. 500 pp. in vellum cover. 
4t0. 16.— 

{Journal or Diary of the present war between 
the Unit. Provinces and England, 20 Dec. 1780- 
15 Febr. 1783;) 

Highly interesting, unpublished Manuscript, con- 
taining the official documents, b3ginning with the 
papers found with Mr. Laurens (the Preparatory 

Frederik & C^, 



Plaa of a Treaty with America), the UecUration of 
War, etc.; Lists of the Dutch fleets; ample notifi- 
cation of the naval eiploits everywhere, on St. £u- 
statiaa in the West- Indies, at Doggcrsbank, etc.; 
diary of the occurrences in the Netherlands, with 
copies of pamphlets, poems, epigrams and satirical 
pieces, all in clear handwriting. 

1623 Jouraaal (Omstandig) van de reize naar 
Groenland, gedaan door Commandeur Maarten 
Mooy, met het schip Frankendaal. Arastcrd., 1787. 
4to. 1.50 

{CircumHantial Journal of the voyage to Green- 
land, made by if. Mooy.) 

1624 Journael ofte kort discours, nopende de re- 
bellye ende verradeljjcke desseynen der Portu- 
gesen, alhicr in Brasil voorgenomen, 't wolck in 
Junio 1645 is ontdeckt. Beschreven door een lief- 
hebber, aldaer noch resideerende. Arnhem, 1647. 
4to. Uncut. (Asher N". 229.) 20.— 

{Journal or short account of the rebellion . . . of 
the Portuguese here in Brazil, which was discovered 
in 1645. Written by an amateur, who still resi- 
des there.) 

This pamphlet, which is excessively rare, gives 
the best abridgment we possess of the conquest of 
Dutch Brazil by the Portuguese. 

1625 Journal of the Royal Geographical Society 
of London. Lond. 1831—55. Vol. I, II, III p. 1, 
V p. 1, VII p. 1 and XXII. 6 parts, with maps. 
8vo. 4.— 

Contains many valuable notices on America, Au- 
stralia and the Arctic regions. 

1626 Journalier Verhael (Het naderste en se- 
kerste) ofte copic v. sekeren Brieflf ghesehreven 
uyt Brasyl aen de W. Ind. Comp. nopende de 
langhgewenschte victorye verleent in Brasyl tegen 
de vloot V. Spanje, bestivende in 88 zeylen, voor- 
gev. in Jan. 1640, cnz. 's Grav., 1640. 4to. (Asher 
N». 151.) 9.- 

{The last and most accurate daily Journal or 
copy of certain letter written from Brazil to the 
W . Ind. Comp., on the long wished for Fictory 
granted in Brazil against the fleet of Spain, com- 
posed of 88 sails, in Jan. 1640, etc.) 

1627 Journalen van de Reyscn op Oostindie. Am- 
aterJ. M. C.}lija, 1619. maps and plates, bound 
in 2 vols, vellum, sq. 4to. (Tiele N". 1 c.) 108.— 

{Journals of the Voyages to East-India.) 
Op tuk utmost karitv. — This collection of 
Voyages in Dutch, is the first published with a col- 
lective title, and by far the rarest of all. — It con- 
tains : an engraved frontispiece, with the above na- 
med title; a second title in typography: "Oost-Indi- 
Bche ende West-Indische Voyagien, uamelyck de waer 
achtighe beschrijvinge" etc. {East- Indian and tfest- 
Indian Voyages, viz. : The true description, etc.) 
and then the list of the 10 Voyages of this collection: 
1. G. de Veer, Voyages to the North, t Without 
special title. In fine: Enchuysen, 1617.) — 2. C. 
Houtman's First Voyage to Eait-Iudia. 1617. — 


3. Van Neck and v. Warwyck, Voyage to Bait- 
Jndia. 1619. — 4. J. van Spilbergen, Voyage to 
East-India, 1617. — 5. P. D. M{arees), Descrip- 
tion of Guinea. 1617. — 6. Voyages of Candish 
and Drake. 1617. — 7- Raleigh and Keymis, De- 
scription of Guiana. 1617. — 8. L. Bicker and 
C. v. Ihemskerck, Voyage to Kio de Plata. 1617. — 
9. S. de IVeert, Voyage to the Strait Magellan. 

1617. — 10. 0. van Noort, Voyage round the 
world. 1618. 

Good, tall copy, to which is added at the end: 
Oost- ende fVesi-Indische Spiegel der 2 leste Navi- 
gatien ghedaen in 1614—18 door J. v. Spilbergen 
de wereld rondom; met 2 Historien v. Oost- eu 
West Indieu. Met de Anstralische Navigatien van 
J. le Maire. Leyden, 1619. IVith 25 plates and 
maps (N". 1 and 19 wanti ig.) — Tie'e N". 65. 

{East and West-India mirror of the last navi- 
gations in 1614 to 18 ly J. v. Spilbergen round 
the world; with 2 histories oj Ecst- and West- 
India. With the Australian navigation of J, le Mai'e.) 

First edition. 

1628 Journalen . . . Amst. M. Colijn, 1619. The 

same. veUum. sq. 4to. 95. — 

Exceptionable fine and tall copy, printed ob 
large, thick paper; text and plates in the best con- 
dition. The printed title is added in facsimile, but 
the copy contains the dedicace of M. Colyn and the 
Preface, or A 3 (4.) — Only the first part of the 
collection, containing the Voyages of de Veer, Hout- 
man, van Neck and Spilbergen. 

It is the only copy on large paper I ever saw. 

1628a The same, vellum, sq. 4to. 40. — 

Fine, tall copy, containing part 6 to 10 of the 
collection, with addition of: Oost- ende West-lndi- 
sche Spieghel der 2 laetste Navigatien in 1614 — 

1618, door J. V. Spilbergen en J. le Maire. Zut- 
phen, 1621. Maps and plates. (Tiele N". 69.) 

{East and West India Mirror of the two last 
navigations in 1614 — 1618, by J. v. Spilbergen and 
J. le Maire.) 

1629 Journals ot the Voyage of Aucke Pieters 
Jonck and Samuel Volokert89n to the South- 
Land, starting from Batavia the 1st January 
1658. — Manuscript in Dutch, nicely written. 
24 pp. 4to. 12.— 

Unedited. — Copy from the original MS. in 
the old State Colonial Records at the Hague. 

1630 Julius (Eberh.) Wunderliche Fata einiger 
See-Fahrer, absonderlich Alb. Julii, . . . u. seiner 
auf der Insul Felzenburg errichteten Colonien . . . 
Nordhausen, 1749—51. 4 vols, in 2. calf. maps. 
8vo. 2.50 

1631 Juste (Th.) Les Etata-Unis d'Amerique en 
1783. Le comte de Hogendorp et le Stadhouder 
Guillaume V. (Brux. 1869.) 8vo. l.~ 

Voyage of Count Hogendorp to America, and his 
opinion on the rising Republic. 

1632 Justification de la resistance des colonies 



Amerieaines aux oppressions du Gouverneraent 
Britannique. Leide, 1776. sd. uncut. 8vo. 2.50 

"A sensible advocate for the colonies, and appa- 
rently one well acquainted with the principal objects 
of the American controversy." — Eiek. 

1633 Juan Fernandez. — View on this island, 
the spot where Alex. Selkirk (Robinson Crusoe) 
lived. Dutch engrav. (1770.) sq. fol. 1.50 

1634 Juan (Q.) en A. de Ulloa. Historische reis- 
beschrjjving {van geheel Zuid-Amerika. (Uit het 
Spaansoh.) Goes, 1771. 2 vols. Af. bound, 25 maps 
and plates. 4to. 3. — 

{Historical description of the whole of South- 

1635 Jxiffer (De) in schyn, of zeldzame levens- 
gev alien van Graat' B***, neevens van een Fran- 
sche Juflfer,. . . Vorstinne der Huronnen. . . 's Gra- 
venh. 1739. 2 vols, plates, vellum. 8vo. Very rare. 

-■ •• 5.— 

' ( Tfie lady in appearance, or curious adventures 
of count B***, and of a French lady, Princess of 
the Hurons^ and the pirateries of the American 

1^6 Kalm (P.) Reis door Noord Amerika. Utrecht, 
54.772. 2 vols. hf. naif, map and plates. 4to. 1.50 
J,,,: Dutch translation from the Swedish. 

1637 The same. hf. calf, uncut. 4to. 2. — 

1638 The same. Thick paper, hf. calf 4toi 3.75 

1639 The same. Thick paper, hf. calf, uncut. 

4to. 4.50 

1640 Travels into North America, containing 

its natural history, the manners ot the inhabitants, 
enz. Translated by /. R. Forster. Warrington, 
W. Eyres, 1770 —71. 3 vols. sd. uncut, map and 

fig. 8vo. 6.50 

1641 (Kalm et Mittelberger), Histoire natur. et 
polit. de la Pensylvanie, et de Tetablissement des 
Quakers dans cette contree. Trad, de TAlleni. p. 
M. D(e) S(urgy.) Paris, 1768. sd. uncut, map. 8vo. 


1642 Kampen (N. Q. v.) Levens van beroerade 
Nederlanders sedert het midden van de 16e eeuw. 
Haarlem, 1838-40. 2 vols. 8vo. (7.80) 4.— 

(Lives of celebrated Hollanders since the middle 
of the 16th century.) 

Cont. the biographies of J. II. v. Linschoten, 
John Maurice of .\assan, called the American (or 
Brazilian), etc. 

1643 Geschiedenis der Nederlanders buiten Eu- 

.ropa, of verhaal van de togten, ontdekkingen etc. 

'!der Nederlanders in Azien, Afrika, Amerika en 

Australie, van het laatste der 16eeeuw. Haarlem, 

"1832. 4 vols. sd. uncut, plates. 8vo. (17.—) 7.50 

{History of the Dutch abroad, or account of the 

expeditions, discoveries etc. of the Dutch in Asia, 

Africa, America and Australia, from the end of 

the \6th century'J 

Written almost entirely from unedited MS. sour- 

ces, as the Resolutions of the East' and West-India 
Comp. etc. 

1644 Kane (E. Kent), ArktischeFahrtenundEnt- 
deckungen des zweiten Grinnell-Expedition zubI 
Aufsuchung J. Franklin's, 1853— 55. Leipzig, 1858^ 
120 woodcuts, 10 plates and map. cloth, sm. 8vo. 

(3.—) 1.60 

1645 [Kane (P.)] Les Indiens de la Bale d'Hudson. 
Promenades d'un artiste parmi les Indiens de 
I'Amerique du Nord, depuis le Canada jusqual'ile 
de "Vancouver et I'Oregon. Imite de I'Angl. par 
E.. Delessert. Paris, 1861. sm. 8vo. 1.50 

1646 Kapp (F.) Geschichte der Sklaverei in den 
Vereinigten Staaten van Amerika. Hamburg (N. 
York.) 1861. 8vo. map. (3 20) 1.60 

1647 Kappler (A..), Sechs Jahre in Surinam, oder 
Bilder aus ilem militarischen Leben dieser Colo- 
nic. Stuttg. 1854. sd. 80. 1.50 

1648 Zes jaren in Suriname. Utrecht, 1854. 

2 vols. sd. 8vo. 1.50 

Dutch translation of the preceding. 

1649 Kat (H. D.) Dagboekeener reizeter walvisch- 
en robbenvangst in 1777—78. Haarlem, 1818. 8vo. 
JFith map and portr. 1.50 

{Journal of a voyage for the whaleflshery in 


1659 Keate (G.) Account of the Pelew Islands, !■■ 
the Western part of the Pacific Oeean. 3d editipjf^ 
London, 1789. hf calf, maps and plates. 4to. 2.50 

1651 Relation des lies Pelew, situees dans la 

partie Occident, de I'Ocean Pacifique, etc. Tra(||fl 
de I'Angl. Paris, 1788. 2 vols. 17 map and platei^ 
hf. calf. 8vo. 1.50 

1652 Keith (G.) Het decksel geseheurt, ende een 
deure geopent . . . om daer door te zien . . . 't welck 
met het decksel bedeckt is geweest onderde Men- 
nonyten. Arasterd., 1670. 4to. 4.50 

{I'he cooer undone, and a gate opened .. . through 
which may be seen what by the cover was closed 
among the Mennonites.) 

Written against the (Dutch) Baptists by a Quaker, 


1653 Kemp, Fr. Adr. v. d.. Baptist Minister 
Holland, a zealous republican who settled In Araie 
rica, where by his literary talents he became the 
friend of Adams, a. o. - 3 A. L. S. to J. Luzac, 
dat. 12 Dec. 1805, 21 Febr. 1807 — and to Et.w 
Luzac, dat. 17 Aug. 1827, all in Dutch. 12 pp. ^ 
4«. 8. — 

Interesting letters on literary subjects, on the con- 
dition of literature in America, on his Araer. friends, 
Adams a. o., cet. Of Adams he says: «thus this 
eminent man sees his services repaid with ingratitude, 
but why excel disinterestedly and toil for the ungra- 
teful? He could have foreseen his reward qaod ple- 
riqne viri clari habnere." — In his. 3d letter he 
gives Adams opinion on J. Luzac.- "he is a large 
portion of the salt of the earth, and if it were not 
for a few such Ijots, it seems to me, the whole So- 

Frederik MuiA.BR & 0"., 



dom mnst soon be burped up," cet. (12 lines in 

1654 Kent (Jam.) Dissertations; being the preli- 
minary part of a course of law lectures. New- 
York, Printed by G. Formau for the author, 1795. 
id. uncut. 8vo. 13.50 

Couteuts: 1. Of the theory, history and duties of 
civil governraent. — II. Of the history of the Ame- 
rican Union. — III. Of the law of nations. — With 
a summary of the conrse of lectures in Columbia 

Vbrt rare, not mentioned by Rich. 

1655 A. L. S. to Abr. van Vechten of Albany, 

dat. N. Y., July 28, 1797. 1 p. i". 2.— 

On a law -suit. 

1656 A. L. S. to Sam. M. Hopkins of New 

York, dat. Albany, July 8, 1806. 1*^ p. 4». 2.— 


1667 A. L. S. to his brother, dat. Dec. 2, 

1814. li p. 4». 2.— 

Fine letter on an autograph of lias Casas, on the 
last books he read, his comfortable home, cet. 

1658 A. L. S. to J. Woodworth, dat N. Y., 

Oct. 9, 1827. 1 p. 4". 1.50 

1659 A. L. S. to St. van Rensselaer of Albany, 

dat. N. Y., March 28, 1834. 1 p. 4o. 2.50 

On the Rev. John Wheeler, Pres. of the Univers. 
of Vermont. 

1660 Ker de Kersland (J.) MiSmoires conten. ses 
Negociations secretes en Ecosse, en Angleterre, . . . 
etc. Avec une relation de laCoiupagnied'Ostende, 
des particularites interessantes sur ia puissances 
des Franyais dans I'lle d" Bispaniola et sur leurs 
etabliitemena dans slississipf.i, etc. Trad, de I'Angl. 
Rotterdam, 1726—28. 3 vols, cul/, portr. and map 
of Louisiana, sm. 8vo. 5.50 

1661 Memorien ... behelz. ijjne geheime ver- 

hand. in Schotland, . . . nevens verhaal v. d. 
Oostcndische Maatschappy. Rotterdam, 1727. 3 vols. 
hf. vellum, tame portr. and map. sm. 8vo. F'ery 
rare. ' 6.50 

The same work, translated in Dutch. 

1662 [Kern (H.) en L. A. te Winkel] Verslag 
. . . van een Runen-opschrift in N. Amerika. Am- 
sterd. 1867. 1 plate. 8vo. (Extr.) 1.— 

(Report on a Runie-inscription in N. America. — 
From the Reports of the Acad, of Sciences.) 

1663 Kerckhoven (J. v.) Beschryv. v. de onge- 
luck. Voyage van 't Schip Aernhem, v. Batavia 
vertrocken met 6 andere schepen, Dec. 1661, onder 
A. de Vlamingh, haer komst met de boot v. 't ver- 
loore schip op 't Eyl. Mauritius, hare arraoede, 
enz., 1664. 4to. 5.— 

{Description of the unlucky voyage of the ship: 
Aernhem, which sailed from Batavia with 6 other 
ships in Dec. 1661, t/teir arrival with the bout of 
the lost ship on the Island Mauritius, their tuffe' 
rings, tic.) 


Original edition, afterwards reprinted as a popu- 
lar book. 

1664 Kerguelen Tremarec (de), Relation d'un 
voyage dans la Mer du Nord, aux cotes d'Islande, 
du Greenland, de Ferro, de Schettland, des Orca- 
des et de Norwege, en 1767 et 1768. Paris, 177 U 
17 maps and plates, sd. uncut. 4to. 4.^ 

1665 Kerst (S. Q.) Die Plata-Sfciaten and die Wich- 
tigkeit der Provinz Otuquis und des Rio Ber- 
mego. Berlin. 1854. Map. 8vo. i._ 

1666 Keulen, Ger, Hulst van, Verzaraeling van 
nieuwe Zee-kaarten van Nord-Americain hetgroot, 
beginnende van Kaap Charles, of de Golf van 
St. Laurens, tot aan de Golf van Mexico. Am- 
sterd., G. Eulst v. Keulen (1784). large fol. 6. 

(Collection of new sea-charts of Eorth-America 
at large, beginning from Cape Charles or the Qulf 
of St. Laurens, to the Gulf of Mexico. 

Six large folded maps, made after the newest and 
best English and French maps, with plans of Quebec, 
Boston, New York, Charlestown and St. Augustin. 

iS67 Keulen, Joh. van, De Groote Nieuwe Ver- 
meerderde Zee-Atlas ofte Water-Wereldt. Amster- 
dam, J. van Keulen. 1694. calf. Plain charts, fol. 

Title stained. 20.— 

{The large, new, augmented maritime Atlas or 
fFater- World.) 

Interesting maritime Atlas, containing 146 very 
correct charts, 38 of which give delineations of Ame- 
rican coasts: Newfoundland (2 charts), New Eng- 
land, New Netherland with 2 separate maps (See 
Ashers List N". 29—31), Virginia, CaroUna, Flo- 
rida, Bay of Mexico, Bermndas, several charts of 
the W. I. Islands, Guiana, Surinam, Brazil (11 charts), 
etc. Many are drawn by ti. J. yooght and all ador- 
ned with very fine etchings by the celebrated Jan 
Luyken, illustrative to the customes and dress of the 
inhabitants, the productions of the soil, etc. 

1668 De Groote Nieuwe Vermeerderde Zee- 
Atlas. Amst. J. van Keulen, 1734. hf. vellum, roy. 
fol. fFith 47 plain charts and frontispiece by J. 
Luyken. 12.50 

Contains 12 large folded charts of America and 
its parts, amongst which those of the West- Indies 
(2 pieces), St. Domingo, Brazil, etc. 

1669 Nieuwe . . . paskaart van de Kost van 

Guinea en Brasilia, van Cap Verde tot de Capde 
Bon-Esperance en verders van Rio de Berbicetot 
Rio de la Plata. Amst., J. v. Keulen (1720?) 102 
by 62. 1.80 

{New sea-chati uf the coasts of Guinea and ^ra- 
zil, from Cape Ferde to the Cape of Good-Hopt, 
and from Rio de Berbice to Rio de la Plata.) 

1670 Keye (Otto) Kurtzcr Entwurflf von Neu-Nie- 
derland und Guajana. Aus dem Holliind. in's Hoch- 
teutschien versetzt von T. R. C. S. C. S. (TVS. 
Ritzsch, Churfurstl. Sachs. Correspond. Socretarins.) 
Leipzig, 1672. 4to. (Asher N". 12.) 50.— 

German trftoslatioD of the Uatob, less scaroe than 



the original of 1660, which is of the utmost rarily. — 
Very interesting. The work coatains a particular 
description of New Netherland and Guiana, in order 
to show "the enormous profit, which the warnn cli- 
mates yield in comparison to the colder." 

1671 Klaohte der West-lnd. Compagnie tegen de 
Oost-lnd. Comp. deser Vereen. Nederl. ... in een 

'Dialogue tusschcn een Hollander, Kngelsman en 
' Transnian. Middelb,, 1664. 4to. (Asher No.327.) 2.— 
(Complaint of the West-lnd. Comp. against the 
East-Ind. Comp. of these lands, in a Dialogue be- 
tween a Hollander, an Englishman and a Frenchman.) 

1672 Klumpp (F. W.) Da3 evangelische Missions- 
wesen. Ueberblick iib. seine Wirksarakeit etc. 
Stnttg. 1841. 8vo. —.60 

1673 Kittlitz (F. H. V.) Denkwiirdigkeiten einer 
Ileise naeh dem Russischen Amerika, nach Mikro- 
nesien u. durch Kamsehatka. Gotha, 1858. 2 vols. 
sd. woodcuts and plates. 8vo. (8. — ) 3. — 

1674 Klein (H. J.) An den Nordpol. Schilderung 
d. arktischen Gegenden u. d. Nordpolt'ahrten v. d. 
altesten Zeiten bis zur Gegenwart. Kreuznach 
(1870?) plates, sd. 8vo. 1.50 

1675 King, Bufus, eloquent Orator in the Old 
Congress 1784 — 86, U. S. Minister to London 
1796—1804. — A. L. S. to Th. Dwight of Spring- 
field, dat. N. Y., Jan. 22, 1787. 2 pp. 4". 6.— 

Very fine letter, on politics. — "Siuce the affairs 
of our country are becoming critical, and the neigh- 
bourhood, in which you reside, may unfortunately 
be the Theatre of intestine war" . . . cet. 

1676 A. L. S. to Benj. Walker of N. Y. dat. 

Philad., Febr. 15, 1795. 2 pp. 4". 6.— 

On the distressing situation of the settlers at Gal- 
lipolis. Their lands fell within the grant of the 
Ohio-Company „who consider these unfortunate peo- 
ple as mere tenants at their will." 

1677 Elaproth, J., Lettre a Humboldt sur I'in- 
vention de la Boussole. Paris, 1834. 3 folded pla- 
tes illustrating the Chinese compass. S"*. — Uncut. — 
Rare. 3. — 

1678 Eloos (J. V-) Minnesota in zjjne hulpbron- 
nen, ontwikkeling enz. Amst. 1867. 8vo. — .30 

{Minnesota in its resources and deoelopment.) 

1679 Kleinknecht (O. D.) Zuverlassige Nachricht 
von der . . . schvparzen Schaaf- u. Lanimer-Heerde, 
Oder von den neubekehrten Malabarischen Chris- 
ten in Ost-lndien... Deme noch beygefiigt : Nach- 
richten von den Engl. Colonisten Georgiens zu Eben- 
Ezer in America. Augspurg, 1749. 2 parts in 1 vol. 
hf. hd. uncut. 1 plate. 8vo. Very rare.^ especially in 
this state. 10. — 

Contains interesting details of the Saltzburg Emi- 
grants in America. 

1680 Kiehl (E. J.) 0ns verdrag met Amerika. Trac- 
taat van vriendschap en coramercie tusschen de 
Vereen. Nederl. en de Vereen. Staten van Ame- 
rika. dd, 8 Oct. 1782. 's Hage, 1863. 8vo. 1.60 

{Our treaty with America. Treaty of friendship 
and commerce between the IJn. Netherl. and the 
Un. St. dd. 8 Oct. 1782.) 

1681 [Kimyser (A.)] Ontdekking van 't . . . deel 
des aardkloots, America ... in 't byzonder de Ver- 
een. Staaten. Dordr., 1782. 8vo. 2.50 

{Description of the entire portion of the globe, 
America . . . especially the United States.) 

1682 Kings (The 3), - or Who pays the Reckoning, 
or Don Diego in the Dumps." English caricature on 
the American difficulties, 1780. Publ. by W. Ri- 
chardson. Ig. 4". 3. — 

1683 Kircher (Ath.) Mundus Subterraneus, quo 
divinum subterrostris mundi opificium, etc. demon- 
stratur. Ed. 3a emend. Amstelod. 1678, 2 vols, in 
1. vellum, maps and engravings, fol. 7.50 

This work of the celebrated Jesuit is interesting 
for the American collector, as it contains numerous 
notices of the physical geography, orography, hydro- 
graphy, the volcanoes etc. of the American Continent. 

1684 Kist (N. C.) John Robinson, Prediker der 
Leidsche Brownistengemeente, en grondlegster der 
kolonie Plymouth in Noord- Amerika. Leiden (1846.) 
Extr. 8vo. 4.50 

{John Robinson, Minister of the Leiden Brow- 
nists and founder of the colony of Plymouth in 
N. A.) 

This remarkable man, John Robinson, stayed long 
at Leyden in Holland and lived in a small house, 
afterwards pulled down with many other adjoining 
buildings; on the spot was erected in the latter half 
of the 17th century the Reformed Walloon church. 
In 1864 the front of that house was ornamented by 
a monumental stone, with the inscription: „0n this 
spot lived, taught and died John Robinson. 1611 — 
1625." The Rev. W. H. Dexter of Boston and Pre f. 
G. E. Day (then of Cincinnati, now of Yale CollegeN 
undertook in thankful remembrance this work of' 
piety and came over to Leyden to have this stone 
raised and entrusted to the care of the Magistrate 
of Leyden. 

1685 Knox, Henry, General and Secret, of War 
under Washington. — L. S. to Captain Bull, dat. 
War Department, July 14, 1798. 1 p. fol. 5,— 

Order to embark for New-Brunswick. 

1686 Koch (A. C.) Reise durch einen Theil d. Ver- 
ein. Staaten v. Nord-Amerika, 1844—46. Dresd. 
u. Leipz. 1847. 2 plates. 8vo. 1.— 

1687 Koch (F. C. C.) Die Deutschen Colonien in 
der Nahe des Saginawr-Fliisses. Braunschw. 1851. 
map. 8vo. — .60 

1687* Koelman (Jak.) Historisch verhaal nopende 
der Labadisten scheuringh en veelerley dwalingen 
Amst., 1683. vellum. 12mo. 5. — 

{Historical account of the schism and the nume- 
rous errors of the Labadists.) 

This work of Koelman is one of the principal 
sources for the history of the Labadists. 
1687** The same. 2d edition, augmented by 

Frederik & 0"., 




H. JanBsonius. Leeawarden, 1770. »d. uncut title 
stained by water, sm. 8vo. 4.50 

1688 Koenen (H. J.) Pavonia. — Btjdrage tot de 
kcnnis der voorraalige Nederl. kolonien. Arnhem, 
1846. 8vo. 2.— 

{Pavonia. Contribution to the history of thejor- 
mer Dutch colonies.) 

Separate abstract with special title, of a very 
interesting memoir in a Dntch historical collection. 
The colony Pavonia, in Nevr-Netherland, was foun- 
ded by Mich. Pauw, in 1628. This is the only 
special Dutch paper on it. 

1689 Adriaan Pauw. Bijdrage tot de kerk- en 

handelsgeschiedenis dev 16e eeuw. Amsterd. 1842. 
portr. and plates, sd. 8vo. 2. — 

{^Adr. Pauw. Contributions to the history of the 
Church and commerce.) 

Biography of Adr. Pauw, Magistrate of Amster- 
dam in 1578, grand-father of Michael Pauw, Foun- 
der of the Colony Pavonia, 

1690 Kohl, (J. G.) Die beiden iiltesten General- 
Karten von America, ausgefiihrl 1527 u. 1529 auf 
Befehl Karls V. [ra Besitz d. Grossh. Bibl. za 
Weimar. Weimar, 1860. hf. cloth, large fol. 

(20.—) 10.— 
With very scrupulous and fine reproduction in 
Chromolithography of these two interesting maps. — 
See for a more ancient reproduction: Sprengel. 

1691 Kohler (C), Briefe aua Amerika. Wegweiser 
fiir deut.sche Auswanderer. 2te verb. Aufl. Darmst. 
1854. bds. 6 steelengrav. 8vo. 1. — 

1692 Kohler (P. G.) Reis naar de IJszee, en naar 
de Kusten v. Greenland en Spitsbergen, 1801. 
Beuev. eene beschrjjv. d. walvischvangst. Amst. 
1820. sd. 8vo. 1.25 

(Voyage to the Ice-sea and the coast of Green- 
land and Spitsbergen, with a description of the 
}V hale fishery. From the German.) 

1993 Koner, W., Uebersicht d. 1852—1853 aufd. 
Gebiete d. Geographie erschien. Werke, Karten 
u. Plane. Berlin. 1854. S". —.75 

1694 Kort Berattelse cm Wast I ndieneller Ame- 
rica, sora elliest kallas Nya Werlden. {No place). 
1675. 4to. bds. 20.— 

Very rare as all the Swedish typographical produ- 
cions of tiie 17th century on America. The de- 
scription of Virginia fils 5 pages. — It forms part 
of the rare Collection of Voyages, printed by John 
Kankel at fFysingzborn ; — see Reesabok. 

The condition of our copy is infortunately not a 
very good one ; it is stained and has some worm- 

1695 Kort discours, ofte naardere verklaringe 
vande onderataende V. poincten, 1. Acngaende de 
verlichtiiighe die desen staat heeft ghenooten, door 
de oprecht. en Oorloghen van de West- Ind. Comp. 
2. Dat men deselvc Compagnie, met die van de 
Oost, of hare beyde Octroyen, vereenigende, nu 
ongelyck raeerder verllchtinge, Jae in korten het 


eynde van dese lastighe en gevaerlicke Oorlogen, 
sal konnen erlangen, etc. . . . 1864. 4to (Asher 
NO. 194.) 5.— 

{Short discourse or further declaration of the 
following five points : 1. As to the assistance which 
this State has enjoyed by the establishment and 
the wars of the West-Ind. Comp. 2. That by 
uniting this Company with that of the' Hast, infini- 
tely more advantage would be obtained, and in a 
short time we shall arrive at the end of this tire- 
some and perilous war, etc. etc.) 

1696 JKort en bondigh Verhael van 't geene 
in den oorlogh tusschen den Koningh van Enge- 
lant, de . . . Vereen. Nederl. en den Bisschop van 
Munster is voorgevallen van 1664 — 67. Amsterd. 
M. W. Boornick, 1 667. h(. bd. 2 plates and many en- 
gravings in the text. 4to. (Asher N". 354.) 25. — • 

{Brief and concise account of what has happened 
during the war between the King of England, the 
United Netherlands and the Bishop of Munster). 

1697 Same edition, vellum, the two plates wan- 
ting. 15. — 

Bare. — This work may be considered as the 
most complete and most authentic contemporary ac- 
count existing of the fatal war between Holland and 
£ngland, the consequence of wich was the final loss 
of New-Netherland by the treaty of Breda, 1667. 

1698 Koster (H.), Voyages dans la partie septen- 
trion. du Bresil, 1809—15. Trad, de I'Angl. par 
A. Jay. Paris. 1818. 2 vols, maps and col, plates, 
hf. calf. 8vo. 2.50 

1699 Kottenkamp (Frz.), Geschichte der Coloni- 
sation Amerika's. Frankfurt a. M. 1850. 2 vols. 
sd. 8vo. 2. — 

1700 Kotzebue (O. v.) Entdeckungsreise iu die 
Siid-See u. nach der Behrings-Strasse, zur Erfor- 
schung einer nordostlichen Durchfarth. Weimar, 
1821. 3 vols, in 1. hj. calf, 6 large folded maps 
and 20 col. plates. 4to. 4. — 

The voyage was undertaken at the expense of 
Count RumanzofF. — Vol. Ill is especially interes- 
ting for the notices on natural history and on the 
languages (with a comparative vocabulary) by A. 
von Chamisso. 

1701 Ontdekkingsreis in de Zuid-Zee en nade 

Berings-Straat. Amst. 1822. 3 vols. if. ealf, maps 
and platts. 8vo. 3,— . 

Dutch translation of the preceding work. 

1702 Krachteloose Bonder van den Helscben 
Hond . . . waer in vertoont wort . . . wat in 60 
jaren ghepasseert is in desen staet en wat te ver- 
wachten staet in Duytschlandt . . . Ilongaryen, 
Moscovien, jae in Oost ende West-lndien gelfs. 
{No place 1615 ?) 4to. 1.50 

(Powerless Thunder of the Hellish Dog . . . sho- 
wing what happened in the last 60 years in this 
land and what may be expected in Germany . . . 
Hongary, Moscovy, yea even in the Bast- and fVest' 
Indies etc.) 

Violent pamphlet against the Jesuit*. 




1703 Krantzii (Alb.) Ecclesiast. historia, s. Metro- 
polis ; Saxouia ; Wandaiia et Kegnorum Aquilo- 
nai-inni, Uaniae, Sueciae, Norvagiae Chronica. 
Acced. . . . Jac. Ziegleri Schondia. Francof. a. M. 
1575 — 76. 4 vol.-i. in 1. Stout vol., o id stamped piffs- 
kin, original binding. I'oi. — A few wormlioles in 
the first work. 

The interesting part for American history, Zieg- 
ler'i Schondia, is here reprinted from the fttst, edi- 
diton of 1532. 

1704 [Krasohenninikoff (Steph.)] History of 
Kamschatlia and the Kurilski Islands with the 
countries adjacent. Transl. (from the Russian) 
by J. Grieve. Giocester. 1764. bds. maps and plates. 
4to. 2.50 

Abriged translation of Krascheuninikof sKamtschat- 
ka. li contains pp. 44 — 55 a description of the 
North- Western part of America. 

1705 Beschreibung des Landes Kamschatka. 

Ueberzetzt von J. T. Kohler. Lemgo, 1766. hf. 
vellum^ 5 tnajis and plates, 4to. 2. — 

1706 Histoire de Kamtschatka. Trad. p. M. 

E(idou8.) Lion, 1767. 2 vols, m 1, hf. calf, 2 maps. 
8vo. 2.-- 

1707 Besehryving van Kamschatka en de Ku- 

rilache Eilandeu. Amst. 1770. sd. uncut, A plates. 
8vo. 1.50 

N". 1705 — 7 are all translations of the above 
English (N". 1704) with the same passages on America. 

170:! Histoire et description du Kamschatka. 

Trad, du Kusse. Amsterd. 1710. 2 vols, calf, map. 

8vo. 3.— 

This translation is made directly after theKassian 

original, and is very different from the above edi- 

tious.) The part relating to America fills pp. 398 — 

426 of vol. 1. 

1709 Exiegk (G-. L.) Das Land^Otuguia in Bolivia. 
Mach einem Uriginalberichte von M. Bach. Frankf. 
a. M. 1838. 8vo. ijnap wanting.) 1. — 

1710 Kritisoher Wegweiser im Gebiete der 
Landkarten-Kunde, neost ISachrichten zur Beford. 
der Mathemat.-physikal. Geographic und Hydro- 
graphie. Berlin, S. Schropp & Vo, 1829 — 35. 1 — VU, 
1 — 8. Maps and portr. 8" — Complete. 12. — 

Very iuterestmg and rarely occurring fore-runner 
of Fetermann's Mittheilungen, containing numerous 
critical essays on American cartography, etc., f. i. : 
Atlas de I'Oceau Facifique, p. de Kriisenstern. 16 
prt9. — Le pilote de Bresil, p. Koussin. — New 
Americ. Atlas, by Tanner. 2 prts. — Map of the 
U. S., by J. & A. Walker. 3 prts. — Carte generale 
de I'Amer. Merid., p. Spix et Martius. — Portrait of 
Opt. i'ranklin. — List oi Maps, Charts etc. publ. 
by Tanner. Philadelphia. — Map of N. America, 
London, Wyld. 182S. — Map of New Brunswick 
and Nova Scotia, by Wyld. — Carted'Btat-Unis. p. 
Brae. — etc. etc. 

Quite complete copies are rare, the publication 
having been stopped in the middle of the year. 

1711 Krohji (Fr.), De Eilanden yan d« Zuideee 
en 't werk d. Christ. Zendelingen. Gron. 1836. 
8". i._ 

{The Islands in the Southsea and ike work of 
the missionaries.) 

1712 Krusanstern (A.. J. von) Reize om de we- 
reld, 1S03— 1806. Haarlem, 1811—15. 4 vols. hf. 
ealj, map. 8vo. 1.50 

{Voyage round the world.) 

1713 Kuhn (P. A.) Beschouw. van den toestand 
der Surinaamsche riantagie-slaven. Amsterd. 1828. 
sd. plates. 8vo. 1.— 

(Om the condition of the Slaves in Surinam.) 

1714 Ktilb (Ph. H) Geschichte der Rei«en und 
Entdeckungcn in Atrica vom Ende dea XV. Jabrh. 
bis auf die Gegenwart. Mainz, 1841. Tom. 1. 
(1415—1521.) porlr. and 2 maps. 8vo. (4.50) 1.50 

1715 Kuyper, (Fr.) Den philosopherenden Boer, 
handelende van de dwalmgeu dev hedeudaegsche 
Christenenen, Cartesianen en Quaakers, door S. 
1. B. 2de druk. (No place) Gedr. voor de (Jartesi- 
anen en Quakers, 1677. 2 parts. 4to. Uncut. 3. — 

{The Philosophic Peasant, treating of the errors 
of the present Christians, Cartesians, Quakers, etc. 
(iVo place.) Printed for Iht Cartesians and Qua- 
kers. By S. /. B. 2d edit. 

1718 Labadie (J. de) Practyck dea tweederlye 
gebeds, bestaande in inweud. alleensprake der 
Ziele, en uitwendige aanspraak tot God. Oveige- 
zet door A. Godart. Utrecht, 1666—67. 3 vote. — 
Idem. Verheflingeu des geestes tot Godt ... over- 
geaet door A. V. W. Amst. 1667. — 1 vai. vellum. 
8vo. 6.— 

{Practice of the two different prayers, the in- 
ward monologue of the soul, and the outward a<-'- 
dress to God. — Elevations of the mind to Cod. - • 
Transl. from the French) 

1719 Verzaoieling van eenige gewicht. gront- \ 

regels der Christel. ijcere. Amsterd. 1666. 2 vols. ' 

— Idem, Geeatel. tyd-kortingen van den Christel. 
dagh . . . Ibid. 1677. — Idem, Verheflingeu uea 
geestes tot Godt, op den christel. dag. Ibid. 1667. 

— Idem, Oordeel der liefde en gerechtigheyt over 
den tegenwoord. toestand der Joden. Ibid. 1667. 

— 1 vol. hf. calf. 8vo. 9.— 

{Collection of some important principles of the 
Christian doctrine. 2 vols, — Spiritual diversions 
of the Christian day. — Elevations of the mind 
to God on the Christian day. — Sentence of love 
and justice on the actua Icondition of the Jews.) 

i^'uur scarce tracts of Labadie himself, mostly trans- 
lated on his own desire, from the French. 

1720 La Barre (Le Febure de) Description de 
la France Equinoctiale, cy-devant appellee Guyaune, 
et par lea Espagnols El Dorado. Paris, Jean Ribou, 
1666. 4to. The map wanting. — Very rare. 12. — 

The author, founder of a colony in Guiana in 1664, 
wrote this work in order to excite a more general 
interest for his colony, giving at tbe same time 

Prederik Muijjia & C 




account of his entreprises and results, and explaining 
the favourable prospects of the new colony. But his 
hopes were not fulfilled, and the colony was taken 
by the English in the following war. — A copy 
with the map sold at Leclerc's sale, 1868, for 
45 fr. 

1721 Labat(J.B.)NouveauVo}'aReaax islesdel'Am^- 
rique, contenant I'hist. natnr., I'origjne, les moenrs, 
la religion etc. des habitants anciens et mod. La 
Haye, 1724. 6 vols, calf^ maps and plates, 8". 

&. - 

1722 Nieuwe reizen naar deFranse eilanden 

in Amerika. Amst. 1725. 4 vols. calf. With maps 
and engrav. 4to. 3.50 

Dutch translations of Labat's voyages. 

1 723 Voyage du Chev. des Marchais en Guinee, 

isles voisines, et a la Cayenne, 1725 - 27. Arasterd., 
1731. 4 vols calf, maps and plates. 8vo. 3. — 

Vol. IV. p. 282—292 cont. a vocabulary of the 
language of the Negroes of Juda. 

1724 Laboulaye (Ed.) Les Etats-Uniaet la France. 
Paris, 1862. 8vo. 1.— 

1725 Histoire des Etats-Unis. 1620-1798. 2e 

6dit. Paris, 1866. 3 vols. sm. 8vo. (5.70) 2.50 

1726 Labrador, Greenland with Bafiins-bay, Strait 
Davids and Hudson , etc. Amst., P. Mortier. 
(about 1700). 2 sheets fol. Together 82 by 59. — 
Coloured. 3.— 

1727 La Clede (... de) Histoira geral de Portu- 
gal (till 1540.) Traduz. (d, France/) e illustrada 
com muitas notas histor., geogr. e eriticas ; etc. 
Lisboa, 1781—85. 8 vol. sd. uucut. 8vo. 4..50 

The two last vol. contain many particularities on 
the discovery of, — and the affairs in East- and 
West- India. 

1728 La Condamine, Relation d'lra voyage fait 
dans lintericur dc rAmerique Meridionale, depuis 
la cote de la Mer du Sud jusqu'aux cotes du 
Bresil et de la Guiane. Paris, 1745. sd. uncut, 
map of the Maragnon. 8vo. 1.50 

1729 Lettre . . . sur I'emoute populaire excitee 

en la ville de Cuenca au Peru, 29 Aout 1739, 
contre les academiciens des sciences, envoyes pour 
la mesure de la terrc. [Paris], 1746. sd. uncut. 8vo. 

With the "pieces justificatives" in Spanish and 
French, and a plate representing the murder. 

1730 The same, bound up with: La Condaaii- 

■ne's Relation d'un voyage fait dans I'interieur de 

TAinerique Meridionale. Paris, 1745. With a map 

of the itaragnoH. In 1 vol. vellum. 3.60 

In the same volume 3 treatises "Sur la mesure 

de la terre" by Picard and Murdoch. 1740 — 42. 


1731 The same. New edition of the two pre- 
ceding works in 1 vol. Maestricht, 1778. «rf. ««<jm<, 
map. 8vo. 2.— 


1732 La Condamine Verhaal van een reizein Zuid- 
America, en van 't oproer van Cuenca. Arasterd,, 
1746. With map of the Maragnon and plate. 8vo. 

Dutch translation of the two works of the prece- 
ding number. 

1733 • The same, without the account of the 

murder at Cuenca. — .75 

1734 La Oroix (A. Ph. de) Algemeene weereld- 
beschryving, geographisch, poUtisch, historisch, 
enz. Vertaeld en uit oude en nieuwe reisbeschiij- 
vingen vermeeid. door S. de Vries, Amsterd., F. 
Raima, 1705. 3 vols, calf, numerous maps, views of 
cities, etc. 4to.(Asher N^. 20.) 15.— 

(General description of the world, geographical, 
political, historical, etc. Translated and augmented 
from old and neia voyages hj S. de Vrivs^ 

Superb copy on thick large paper, mar- 
bled calf, extra gilt, gilt edges. All the maps and 
plates exquisitely executed in colours and gold. Very 
rare in this state. 

Vol. III. pp. 320 — 480 gives a description of 
America, with 15 maps and a view of Mexico. 

1735 Laet (Joa. de) Historie oftejaerlgck verhaal 
van de verrichtinghen der West-Ind. Comp. sedert 
haar begin tot het jaer 1636. Leyden, hhr. Else- 
vier, 1644. vellum or calf, numerous plates, fol. 
(Asher N". 22.) 10.— 

{History or yearly narrative of the proceedings 
of the West- India -Comp. from its commencement 
to the year 1636.) 

»Livre ex(remement interessant, ecrit avec la 
plus grande impartialite et nne enti^re bonne foi. 
On pent le considerer comme authentique, ^ cause 
de la position de I'auteur comme Directear de la 
Compagnie." Netscher. 

1736 — r Nieuwe Wereldt, ofte Beschrijvinghe van 
West-Indien. Leyden. Isaac Ehevier, 1625. vellum, 
numerous maps. fol. (Asher, N". 1.) 10. — 

{The New World, or Description of the West- 
hut ies.) 

First edition of this excellent work. Tta special 
value consists in the maps of North America, New 
England and New-Netherland (by Hessel Gerritsz), 
from which most of the succeeding writers copied. 

1737 The same. 2de druk. In ontalltjcke plaef- 

sen verbetert, met nieuwe caerten, beelden van 
dieren ende planten, enz. Ibid. 1630. vellum or 
calf. fol. (Asher N". 2.) 12.— 

{The 2d edition corrected and augmented in in- 
numerable places, with new maps and engravings 
of animals and plants.) 

1738 ' Novus Orbis, sen descriptionis India) Oc- 

cidentalis libri XVlll. Novis tabulis geograph. et 
variis animaliura, plantarura, fructuumque iconi- 
bus illustrata. Lugd. B., Elzecier, 1633. fol. With 
14 maps and many engravings in woodcut. (Asher 
NO. 3.) 24.— 

This book is in Uollattd at present very rare, l^ 



is the first copy I met in 15 years, and was found 
in Belgium. — Very fine copy in original stamped 
old calf binding. 

1739 Laet (Joa. de) L'Histoire du Nouveau Monde, 
ou descrip- tion des Indea Occidentales. Leyde, B. 
et A. El- zeviers, 1640. calf, coats of arms, nume- 
rous maps and woodcuts, fol. (Asher N**. 4.) 25. — 

1740 The same. Ibid. 1640. vellum, fol. 30.— 

Fine and very large copy, some leaves 

uncut. J^ery scarce in this state. 

1741 — - Notae ad dissertationem Hug. Grotii de 
origine gentis Americanae. Amstelod., L. Ehevier, 

1643. old calf. sm. 8vo. 5.— 
First refutation of Grotius, very interesting for 

American Philology. It contains, pp. 139 — 151, 
comparative vocabularies of the Irish, Gaelic, Ice- 
landish, Huron, Souriquois, Mexican a. o. languages. 

1742 Kesponsio ad dissertatloaem secundum Hug. 

Grotii de origine gentis Americanarum. Amst., 
L. Elzevier. 1644. veltum. sm. 8vo. 6. — 

Second refutation of Grotius, much scarcer as 
the first. 

1743 — - Compendium historiae univers. civ. et 
eccles., tarn Roman, quam Protest., ab August© 
ad ann. Christi J. 1640. Lugd. Batav. 1643. vel- 
lum, sm. 8vo. 768 pp. 4.50 

This work contains ample notices of the facts re- 
lating to the history of America and the part of the 
Dutch therein. 

1744 A. L. S., in Dutch, to the States of the 

Province of Utrecht, dat. Leyden, Novemb. 29, 

1644. 1 closely written p. fol. — With seal (bro- 
ken). 30.— 

Intkeesting and very rare autogeaph. De 
Laet sends his Eislory of the W. I. Company to 
the States of Utrecht; he states how, by the exer- 
tions of the W. I. Comp., the King of Spain had 
lost to an amount of fl. 75.000.000 in the period 
ending with the year 1636, and afterwards still 
more; he expects that therefore the States will con- 
tinue their supply to the Company, cet. — At the 
foot of the letter the Secretary of the States anno- 
tated that they have given to de Laet a gratification 
of an iiaem'^ (40 Engl. Gallons) of wine. 

1745 Lafargue (M. de) Oeuvres melees. Paris, 
1765. 2 vols in 1. hf. calf. 8vo. 3.— 

Vol. II, pp. 157—350: Histoire geograph. de la 
Nouvelle Ecosse. 

1746 Lafltau (J. Fr.) Histoire des decouvertes et 
conquestes des Portugais dans le Nouveau Monde. 
Paris, 1733. 2 vols. sd. entirely uncut, maps and 
plates. 4to. line copy, perfectly new, rare in this 
state. 6.— 

The plates contain views and plans of cities, por- 
traits, etc. 

1747 The same. I6id. 1734. 4 vols in 2. vel- 
lum, maps and plates. 12mo. 7.50 

1748 De zeden der Wilden van Amerika. 

's Grav. 1731. 2 vols, calf, or vellum. With maps 

and enyrav. fol. 4. — 

( The customs of the aborigines of America.) 

1749 Lafond (Q-abrJ Quinze ans de voyages au- 
tour du monde. Paris, 1840. 2 vols. sd. 8vo. 2.50 

1750 La Harpe (J. F.) Abr^ge de I'histoire g6oe- 
rale des Voyages (de Provost.) Paris, 1780. 21 
vols. calf. 8vo, and Atlas in-4to. 8.B0 

1751 The same. New edition, revised. Paris, 

1820. 24 vols. hf. calf. 8vo. 10.— 

1752 Lahontan (Baron de) Nouveaux voyages 
dans I'Am^rlque Septentrionale. 2e edit. rev. et 
augm. La Haye, 1703. 2 vols, calf, maps and 
plates. 8vo. 4. — 

Pp. 195—220 of the 2d vol. cont. a French- 
Huron vocabulary. 

1753 Supplement aux Voyages de Lahontan, 

etc. Tom. III. La Haye, 1703. hf. calf, maps and 
plates. 8vo. 3. — 

Original and rare edition of this Supplement, 
which forms the 3d vol. of the preceding number. — 
Same book as the following, but with other title. 

1754 Suite du Voyage de rAmSrlque, ou dia- 
logues du Baron de Lahontan et d'un sauvage, 
contenant une description des moeurs et des cou- 
tumes de ces peuples sauvages {par Gueudeville.) 
Amsterd. 1704. calf, maps and pi.; a wormhole in 
the last pp. 8vo. 2.25 

1755 Voyages dans I'Amerique Septentrionale. 

2e 6dit. . . . augm. Amst., 1721. — Suite du Vo- 
yage de . . . Lahontan. Aipst, 1728. — Together 
3 vols, maps and plates, hf. calf. 8vo. 6. — 

1756 Eeizen in het Noordelijk Amerika, met 

het vervolg. 's Gravenh., 1739. 2 vols, calf, maps 
and plates. 8vo. Some leaves stained by water. 3. — 

Dutch translation of the Voyages and the Supple- 
ment; with the Vocabulary of the Huron language. 

1757 Lallement, Histoire de la Colombie. Paris, 
1826. map, sd. uncut. 8vo. 1.50 

1758 La Marque (Ant. de) Den Verresen Jan 
van Leyden ende Barent Knipperdollink, oftehet 
gantsche leven en bedrijf van Jan de Labadie. 
Uit het Frans vertaald. Rotterd. 1670, 4to. Slightly 
stained. 3. — 

{The resurrected J. v. L. and B. K., or the 
whole life and profession of Jan de Labadie. 
Transl. from the Trench.) 

The author, former disciple of de Labadie, eye- 
witness of this history, reveals his Hypocrisies, Fa- 
naticism, Heresies, etc. 

1759 (La Martiniere) Nouveau voyage vers le 
Septentrion, ou Ton represente le natural, lescou- 
tumes et la religion des Norwegiens, des Lapons, 
... Zembliens, SamoTedes, etc. Amst. 1708. j5/a/«, 
sd. uncut, sm. 8vo. 3.75 

1760 Lambertie (Ch. de). Voyage pittoresque 
en Californie et au Chili. Paris, 1854. 8vo. 

(3.—) 1.50 




1761 Lambreohtsen (BT. C.) Korte beschr[jving 
van de ontdekking en der verdere lotgevallen van 
Nieuw-Nederland. Middelburg, 1818. sd. uncut. 
8vO. With a large map of New-Netherland. 1.25 

{Short description of the discovery and the fur- 
ther fate of New-Neiherland.) 

A very interesting work pablished by the Zeeland 
Society of Sciences. Out of print. 

1762 The sajue, thick writing paper, very rare. 


1763 The same, bound up with 4 other pieces 

(relating to Zealand), by the same author and two 
biographical notices, preceded by a portrait of the 
author by Vinkeles. 1 vol. hf. bd. 8vo. 4. — 

1764 Lamzweerde (St. a) Mare undiquc apertum, 
vel terra in omni parte circumnavigabilis. Tielae, 
1756. Svo. 1.— 

1765 LangdoD, John, President of New Hamp- 
shire 1785, Member of Congress. — A. L. S. to 
Nicholas Oilman of N. Y., dat. Portsmouth, June 
28, 1788. \\ p. 4". 4.— 

Fine letter, on the adoption of the Federal Con- 
stittition by New Hampshire. 

1766 A. Billet, in the 3d person, to Dwight 

Foster, dat. March 15, 1798. 1 p. 8<>. 2.— 

1767 Lange (A.) Atlas von Nord-America. 18 co- 
lor. Blattem mit erlauterndem Texte. Braunschw. 
1854. sq. fol. (3.35) 1.50 

1768 (Langenes, Bar.,) Caert-Thresoor, inhoud. 
de tafelen des gantsche Werelts landen, met be- 
flchryvingen verlicht. Middelburgh, Bar. Langenes 
(1598). 1 vol. in 2. 462 and 192 pp. calf. Black 
letter, sq. 8». — Very rare. 23.50 

( Treasure of Maps, containing those of the whole 
World with their description.) 

Contains 17 maps of America and of parts the- 
reof, engraved by P. Kaerius: Terra Nova, Tercera, 
Jucatau, Cuba, Jamaica, Hispaniola, New-Spain, 
Pern, Chili, Brazil, view of Potosi, Straits of Ma- 
gellan and Waygats, etc. — With descriptive text 
in Dutch. — The plate after the title represents the 
ship of Magellan with circumscription: 

"Prima ego velivolis amdivi cursibus orbem — 
Magellane novo te duce ducta freto; — Ambivi, 
meritoque vocor Victoria ; sunt mi — Vela alae, 
precium, gloria, pugna, mare.'^ 

1769 Thresor de Chartes. Reveu et augments. 

Imprim6 par Chr. Guyot. 1602. Pour Corneille Ni- 
colas (Amsterdam). 2 vol. in 1. 496 and 202 pp. 
Vellum. 2 Last pages of Index wanting, sq. 8". — 
Some MS. notes. Very rare. 18. — 

French translation of the Caert Thresoor (prece- 
ding N".) by J . de la Haye, with the same maps 
of America by P. Kaerius, and the plate of Ma- 
gellan's ship, bat with the 4 Jjatin verses in French. 

1770 Same work, other edition in French. 

Imprim^ par Math. Becker, pour Henry Laurentz 
(Amsterdam, about 1610). a vol. in 1. 496 and 222 


pp. Vellum. Fine copy, with the 3 blanc leaves, sq. 
8». 19.— 

Same maps and text. 

1771 (Langenes B&r.,) Handboek, of cort b^nlJP 
der Ciicrten ende beschrijvinghen van alle landen 
des Werelds. Vermeerdert (door Jac. Viverius). 
Amsterd., Corn. Claesz. 1609. 762 pp. Vellum. 
Black letter, sq. 8". — Fine tall copy, with the 2 
blank leaves. 13.50 

New revised edition of Langenes' Caert-Thresoor 
containing the same maps as that of 1598 (N". 1768), 
bnth with a different, more ample text by Jac. Vi- 
verius, partly borrowed from that of Bertius (N°. 
1773) — The plate of Magellan's ship twice repro- 
duced with epigram in Latin and in Uutch. 

1772 • The same, half calf, coloured maps. 12. — 

1773 Bertii, P., Tabularum geographicarum 

contractarura libri V. Ed. 3a. Amstelod., apud Com. 
Nicolai. 1606. 679 pp. hf. bd. sq. S». — Some 
leaves of the preface with wormholes. 9. — 

New edition of Langenes' Caert-Thresoor; the 
same maps, but with new Latin text by P. Ber- 
tius. — Book V contains the description of: Ame 
rica et Magellanica, 60 pp. with 17 maps. At the" 
end a Comparatio operis praesentis cum Piolemaico, 

1774 The same, in French, with dedication to 

Louis XIII. Amsterod. Jud. Hondius. 1618. 829 
pp. Vellum, sq. 8". — Fine tali copy, with all blank 
leaves. 18. — 

This edition is much augmented and has perfectly 
different maps from those of the foregoing. — Li- 
vre IT, Terres Septentrionales inconnues a Ptolo- 
mee contains: The North-Pole, Spitzbergen, Green- 
land, Nova-Zembla, Strait Waygats, etc. — Livre 
III, Terre Australe, with 3 maps. — Livre VII, 
VAmerique, with 15 maps: General map. Nova 
Francia and Virginia, Tercera, Yucatan, Cuba and 
Jamaipa, Hispaniola, Nova Hispania, Plan of Mexico, 
South America, Peru, Plan of Potosi, Chili, Brasi- 
lia, and 2 maps of the Globe, belonging to the : 
Comparaison de I'ofuvre present, avec celuy de Ptolo- 
mee, 9 additional pp. 

1775 Langsdorff (G-. H. von) Bemerkungen auf 
einer Keise um die W^elt in 1803 bis 1807. Frankt. 
a. M. 1812. 2 vols, with Atlas of 27 and 16 pi. 
etc. — Together 3 vols. 4to. hf. bd. 5.50 

The 2d vol. treats almost only on California, 
Norfolk-Sound, and other northern parts. 

1776 Lans (W. H.) De oorzaken van verval en 
middelen tot herstel der Surinaamsche plantaad- 
jen. 'sGravenh., 1829, Svo. —.75 

{The reasons of the decline atid the means for 
the recovery of the plantations in Surinam.) 

1777 Bijdrage tot de kennis der kolonie Suri- 

name. 'sGravenh. 1842. bds. Svo. (2.—) 1.20 

{Contributions to the knowledge of Surinam.) 

1778 Lanterne Magique of Toverlantaem, Osoo 
Mooi! Fraai Curieus ! vcrtoonende de wonderlyke 
zaaken van dezcn tijd. (Amst.,) 1782—83. 20 parts 
in 1 vol. sd. uncut. Rare. 16. — 



( The Magic Lantern, oh to pretty I wonderful I 
tkowing the strange events of this time.) 

A satirical jonrnal, written in a barbarous slang, 
half Dutch, half French, of some importance to the 
history of the American United States in that time, 
as it contains numerous allusions and remarks on 
the differences between England and its colonies, 
with special reference to the part the Dutch had in 
them. The 2d part treats principally of the mission 
of the American Plenipotentiary John Adams. 

To the present copy is added a modern transcrip- 
tion of the many contemporary MSS- notes, affor- 
ding explanations of the pseudonyms given to diffe- 
rent persons and events alluded to, most of wich 
would be very difficult, if not impossible to explain 
now, copied from an interleaved copy formerly in 
my possession. 

1779 La Perouse (de) Voyage autour du monde, 
public p. L. A. Milet-Mureau. Paris, 1798. 4 vols. 
8vo. and Atlas of 70 maps and plates, hf. calf. fol. 


1780 The Atlas of 70 pi. separately, bds. uncut. 


1781 Voyage round the world in 1785—88. 

Publ. by L. A. Milet-Mureau. Transl. from the 
French. London, 1799. 2 vols. calf. 4to. 6. — 

1782 — Labi Uardi ere, Atlas pour servir a la Re- 
lation du voyage a la recherche de La Perouse. 
Paris. 1800. bds. uncut. 44 plates, {pi. 35 wanting.) 
fol. 5.— 

1783 — La Dentre-Casteaux. ^^/flfjdu voyage fait 
en 1791—93, (a la Mer du Sud) a la recherche 
de La Perouse. Paris, 1807. 39 maps, bds, roy. 
fol. 6.— 

1784 [La Peyrere (Is. de)] Relation du Groen- 
land. Paris, 1647. map and plate, vellum. 8vo. 

Original edition of this valuable book, dated from, 
the Hague 1646. — Slightly stained in the mar- 

1785 Another copy, old calf gilt. One leaf some 

what restored. 10. — 

1786 Nauwkeur. Beschry vmgh . . . van Greenland: 

en kort begi-yp der selds. reysen om Oud Green- 
land weer te vinden door Forbeisser inl577, enz. 
En daghverhael v. J. Munck in 't soecken v. een 
wegh tusschen Greenland en Anierika nae O. Ind. 
Vertaeld en met vele byvoeghselen door S. de 
V[rie8]. Amst., 1678. hf. vellum, 2 maps. ito. (Tiele 
N». 257.) 10.— 

{Accurate description . . . of Greenland, and short 
account of the curious voyages to re- find old Green- 
land, by Forbisher, etc. With an account of J. 
Munck in searching a way between Greenland and 
America to £.-India. Translated and with many 
additions by 6'. de Vries.) 

Augmented translation of La Peyrere's very in- 
teresting book on Greenland. 
1787 Ausfiihrliche Beschreibung. ►. Gronlands. 

Nebst kurtzera Begriff der seltsatne Reisen, so M, 
Forbisser, Golzke, Lindenau etc. gethan. Beschrie- 
ben u. mit histor. Anhangen durch S. von V[rie8.] 
Niirnberg, 1679. bds. 2 maps. 4to. 4. — 

German translation of the preceding, with the 
same maps. 

1708 La Rochefoucauld - Lian court, Voyage 
dans les Etats-Unis d'Am(5rique fait en 1795—97. 
Paris, 1799. 8 vols. hf. calf, or td. uncut, map*. 
8vo. 5.— 

1789 Des prisons de Philadelphie. 2e Edition 

augm. Amsterd., 1799. 8vo. 1. — 

1790 Over de gevangenhuizen van Philadel- 
phia. Uit het Fransch. Amst. 1796. 8vo. —.80 

Translation of the preceding work. 

1791 La Boque (P. de) Recueil de diverses der- 
ni^res heures edifiantes. Amsterd., 1706, sd. uncut. 
8vo. 2.— 

Cont. the "Last hours" of A. Rivet, J, Janeway, 
Mademoiselle Huyghens, J. Knox, etc. 

1792 Las Casas (B.) Oeuvres. Preced^es de sa vie, 
de notes histor. etc. p. J. A. Llorente. Paris, 1822. 
2 vols. sd. uncut, portr. 8vo. 2.50 

This edition contains a number of unpublished 
pieces of the renowned " Defenseur de la liberte der^H 
naturels de TAmerique." ^| 

1793 Narratio regionum Indiae per Hispanos 

devastatarum. Oppenheimii, Sumptibus J. Th. de 
Bry, typis H. Galleri, 1614. With 17 engravings in 
the text. calf. 4to. 15.— 

Second edition of the Latin translation, containing 
the same engravings as in the first edition. 

1794 The same. Editio nova priori longe cor- 

rectior. Heldelb., 1664. boards. 4to. 10. — 

Cont. the same engravings as the preceding, but 
in inferior impressions. Instead of being augmented, 
as the title says, this edition wants the preliminary 
pieces of de Bry. 

1795 Histoire admirable des horribles insolea 

ces, cruautez et tyrannies exercees par les Espag' 
nols es Indes Occidentales. Fidelement traduite p. 
J. de Miggrode. [Paris] Gabr. Cottier, 1582. old calf 
gilt. sm. 8vo. 28. — 

Second French edition, very rare. — Fine copy, 
complete, with the blank leaf at the end, almost wan- 

1796 Istoria 6 brevimissima relatione della Di&- 

truttiona dell' Indie Occenditali. Spagnuolo con 
la trad, in Italiano di F. Bersabita. Venetia, M. 
Ginammi, 1626. vellum. 4to. sligtlhy stained. 5. — 

1797 • Histoire des indes Occidentales, ou Ton 

reconnait la bont6 de ces pais, et de leur peu- 
ples ; et les cruautez Tyranniques des Espagnols. 
. . . trad, en Fran§. Lyon, 1642. hf. bd. 8vo. 


1798 Relation des Voyages et des decouvertes 

que les Espagnols ont tiait dans les Indes-Occid 
— Avee la Relation curieuse des Voyages de Mon 

Frkderik Muli,er & C°., 




tauban, Capit. d. Flibustiers, en Guinee en 1695. 
Amst. 1698. — L'Art de voyager utileraent. Sur 
la copie de Pans. Amst. 1698. 1 vol. calf. 8vo. 


1799 (Las Casas (B.), Spieghel der Spaenscher 
tyraunye in West-Indien. Waerin de raoordadighe, 
sebandel. en grouwel. feyten d. Spaenj. in die Ian- 
den. Beschryv. v. d. gelegenh. zedeu en aert v. 
die lauden en Volken. Amsterd., Com. Claesz., 
1607. bdi. 4to. (Tiele N'. 305.) 20.- 

(Mirror of the Spanish Tyranny in W. India ! 
describing the murderous, shameful and horrible 
deeds of the Span, in t/tose countries. — Descript. 
of the situation, manners and peculiarities of those 
countries and nations.) 

The first Dutch translatioa is published in 1578, 
a 2d ed. in 1579, a 3d in 1596, all very rare, — 
This is a reprint of the former Dutch editions. With 
engraved map of America on the title. 

1800 Den vermeerderden Spieghel der Spaen- 

sche tierannye in West-lndien, enz. Amsterd., 
J. E. Vloppenburg. 1620. hf. bd. 4to. (Tiele M". 
309). Fine and tall copy. « 18.— 

{^The augmented mirror of the Spanish tyranny 
in IF. -India.) 

With 17 plates by the ezeelleut engraver D. v. 
B(remden). The plates ha?e been used for the later 

To this edition is added, probably for the first time .- 
Het 2e deel v. de Spaensche Tyrannyc in Neder- 
land, ^oyt voor desen in Drack gewe«st. Amst. 
J. K. Cloppenburg. 1620. 4to. With plates. 

{The 2d vol. of the Spanish Tyranny in Nether- 
land. Never before printed.) 

The volume contains besides the following impor- 
tant Dutch books on the Spanish Tyranny in the 
Netherlands and elsewhere, including the highly re- 
marquable works of Montanus, on the Inquisition: 

(W. Baudart.) De Spaensche Tyranny, dienende tot 
eeu Morgenwecker der vrye Nederl. Prov. {The 
Spanish Tiranny, serving as an alarm-watch for 
the free Dutch Provinces.) (about 1610.) 

Montanus, (R. G.,) Grouwel der Verwoestinghe, of 
bericht van de Groudeu der Spaensche Inquisitie. 
{^The Horror of destruction, or relation of the 
grounds of the Spanish Inquisition.) 's Grav. 1621. 

Der Heil. Hispau. Inquisitie listighe secrete 

cousten en practyckeu. {The false secret arts and 
practices of the Holy Spanish Inquisition.) 's Grav. 

(J. Focanus), Adoni-Beseck of Lex taliouis, dat 
is : Rechtveerdighe straffe Godes over de Tyrannen. 
{Just punishment of Ood on the Tyrants.) Delft, 

D. Bredan, Consultatie hoe dea Ourloge in Ne- 
derl. best tot een goet eynde gebragbt sal wurden. 
{Consultation to end the toar in Netherland on the 
best way.) Amst. 1630. 

Very interesting collection. — Las Casas alone 
/ 18. The entire coUecttooj 80.— 


1801 Las Casas (B.) Den Vermeerderden Spieghel 
der Spaausche tierannye in West-lndien, enz. Am- 
sterd., C. L. V. d. Flasse, 1621. hf. bd. 4to. (Tiele 
NO. 314) Fine and tall copy. 16.— 

{The augmented mirror of the Spanish tyranny 
in iV. India.) 

With 17 plates; in this edition pi. 5 is omitted 
and a plate representing Colambas on bis ship (co- 
pied after de Bry) is added. 

1802 Den Spieghel der Spaense Tyrannye ge- 

schiet in West-lndien. — 2e deel v. de Spiegel 
d. Spaense Tyrannye geschietin Nederlant. Amst., 
E. Kloppenburg, 1638, plates, vellum. 4t0. (Tiele 
NO. 318.) 18.— 

{The Mirror of the Spanish tyranny in W.- 
India. — 2d part of the Spanish tyranny in Ne- 

The titles of both parts are originally the same, 
viz.: an engraved plate with blank oval in the 
middle, on which afterwards both the above given 
ditforent titles were posted. The 17 pi. are all in 
later impressions or copied in the inverse. With pre- 
face and dedication. 

1803 Den vermeerderden Spieghel der Spaen- 
sche tierannye in West-lndien, «tc. Amsterd, Q. J. 
Saeghman, 1664. 18 plates, vellum. (Tiele K". 319.) 
4to. 14.50 

{The augmented mirror of the Spanish tyranny 
in West-India.) 

(With the two -plates representing Colomb on his 
ship, and breaking the egg (copied after de Bry) ; 
the last plate is no of the former editions. 

1804 Spiegel d. Spaense tyranny in West-ln- 
dien, het uiagtig ryk v. Mexcico {sic!) enhetPae- 
rel, Goud en Zilverryk Peru. Amst., Is.v.d.Futte 
(1730?) 4to. (Tiele N". 321.) 8.50 

{Mirror of the Spa/tish IS/ranny in West- India, 
the mighty state of Mexico, and Peru rich in 
pearls, gold and silver.) 

Very rare popular eUition or chap-book. — The 
text is abridged m some places. Witli 4 woodcuts. 

All the Dutch editions of Las Casas are rare, 
especially iu good copies, this book having been for 
a long time a popular book. 

1805 Lathrop (Jos.) DD., Pastor of tlie Congr. 
Church in W. Springfield, diatmguished orator. — 
A. L. S. to the Lt. Governor Brigham at Norwich, 
dated West-Springfleld, July 1809. 3 pp. fol. 2.50 

Remarkable letter on matters of conscience. 
1807 Lattre (Pil. A. de) Campagne des Fran9ai8 
a St. Domiugue, et Keiutation des reproches laits 
au Capit.-Geueral Kochambeau. Paris, 1805. — 
/. A'. Heauvoisins, Tableau de la Cour Utthomane. 
Paris. 1807. - 1 vol. hf. calf. 8vo. 2.— 

1807 Laurence-Qulf (St.). — View of Miramichi, 
French Settlenrent. Drawn on the spot by Capt. 
£. Smyth, etched by F. Sandby. Ig. sq. fol. 1768 — 
Full margins. 2.— * 

1808 Laugel (A.) Les Etats-Unis pendant la guerre 
(1861—1865.) Paris, 1866. 8vo. I.-. 



1809 Laurens (H.), American Ambassador to Am- 
sterdam, throws his papers into the sea, which 
are picked up by the English. 1780. — Satirical 
plate : a picture representing this event, with in- 
scription: „kinc Ul{ae lacri/mae)" standing on a 
table; before it an Englishman and a Dutchman 
quarrelling, sq. fol. — With separate Dutch ex- 
planation. — Very rare. 6. — 

1810 His papers produced in the States- Gene- 
ral by the Prince of Orange. 1780. Engrav. by 
R. Vinkeles. 8». 1,— 

1811 LautS (Q.) 7 small tracts in Dutch; (Extr. 
trom Journals etc.) : The study of the Dutch his- 
tory in North-America. — The Dutch in Brazil. — 
St. Pauls-Klip. — California. — Letters of a 
German colonist. — Histor. notice of Dutch nau- 
tical maps, etc. 1842—61. 8vo. 3.50 

1818 Nederland's West-lndische bezittingen. 

(Extr. 1850.) 8vo. —.50 

{Historical view of the Dutch West-Ind. po»set- 

1813 Beoefening der Nederl. geschiedenis in 

Noord-Amerika, of de Generaal J. Watts de Pey- 
ster. 2 prts. (Extr. 1860, 61.) 8vo. —.75 

{The study of Butch history in North- America, 
or General J. Waits de Feyster.) 

1814 St. Pauls-Klip. {Extr. 1845.) 8vo. -.75 

On St. Pauls-cliffs in the Atlantic and the ship- 
wreck of the Jan Hendrik- there. — Added some 
extracts from news-papers etc. on the some subject. 

1815 Kalifornia. (History, description in Dutch.) 

Arast. 1849. 8vo. —.50 

1816 Naam der straat tusschen Nieuw-Holland 

en Nieuw-Guinea. {Extr. 1861.) 8vo. — .75 

{On the name of the strait between New- Holland 
and New- Guinea.) 

1817 Law (J.) Aanmerkingen over den koophandel 
en het geldt. Als meede histor. en geograph. be- 
schryvinge van Louisiana, benevens een berigt van 
de nieuwe Fransche Indische Compagnie ... en 
den tegenwoord. handel in actien, door P. J. M. 
Amst., 1721. vellum, portr., map of Louisiana, sm. 
8vo. 3.— 

{Notes on commerce and money. With an histor. 
and geograph. description of Louisiana, and an ac- 
count of the new French Indian Company and the 
present stock- jobbing.) 

The description of Louisiana fills pp. 194 — 320. — 
One of the various books on the scheme of Law. 

1818 Laws of the United States of America, 
published by Authority. Philadelphia, 1796. 3 vols. 
calf. 8vo. 2.50 

1819 Review of the Laws of the United Sta- 
tes of North America, the British Provinces, and 
West India Islands. Lond. 1790. calf. 8vo. 1.50 

1820 The Danish Laws, or the Code of 

Christian V, translated for the use of the English 
inhabitants of the Danish Settlements in America. 
Lond. 1766. calf. 8vo. 2.50 

1821 Lear, Tobias, diplomatist, private Secretary 
and friend of Washington, — L. S. to J. Trost, 
dat. War Departm. Jan. 6, 1815. 1 p. 4». 1.50 

Official letter. 

1822 Le Blanc (V.) Voyages fameux .... aux 
quatre parties du monde, . . . aux Indes Orient, et 
Occidentales, etc. RMigez sur ses memoires par 
F. Bergeron; corr. et augm. par Coulon. Paris, 
1658. 2 parts. 1 vol. Old calf. 4to. 5.50 

Prt. II. pp. 26—109: Voyage des Indes Occi- 
dent., Description de I'Amerique, etc. 

1823 Leblond. Description abreg^e de la Guyane 
FranQaise. Paris, 1814. 8vo. (map wanting.) 1.— 

1824 Lebrun, (MmeC.) Trois mois a la Louisiana. 
Tours, 1857. bds. plates. 8vo. 1. — 

1825 Lebrun (H.) Le pole Nord ou voyages et 
d^couvertes dans les regions arctiques aux XVllIe 
et XlXe siecles. Tours, 1857. 8vo. 1.- 

1826 [Lechevalier (J.)] Note sur la fondation 
d'une nouv. colonic dans la Guyane Fran^aise, 
ou Aper^u d'un nouv. mode de population et de 
culture pour I'exploitation des regions tropicales, 
suivi de documents, etc. Paris, 1844. hf. calf. 8vo. 


1827 Lecompte (P.) Guerre de la Secession. Es- 
quisse des evenements militaires et politiques des 
Etats-Unis, 1861—1863. Paris. 1866—67. 3 vols, 
in 1. maps. hf. calf, large 8vo. 2.50 

1828 Guerre des Etats-Unis d'Am6rique. Rap- 
port an Departement militaire Suisse. Paris, 1863. 
maps. hf. bd. 8vo. 1.50 

1829 Lediard (Tom.) Naval History of England, 
in all its branches ; trom the Norman conquest in 
1066 to 1634. Lond. 1732. 2 vols, in 1. calf. fol. 

8. - 
Full of ample and interesting notices on the lif , 
actions and discoveries of Columbus, J. and S. Ca- 
bot, Ramusius, A. Jeokinson, Hawkins, H. Gilbert, , 
Drake, Raleigh and others, with accounts of all the 
events in the British Colonics in Ameiica, etc. 

1830 Ledru (A. P.) Voyage aux lies de Ten^riflfe, 
la Trinite, St.-Thomas, Ste Croix et Porto-liicco. 
Av. notes et addit. par Sonnini. Paris, 1810. 
2 vols. sd. map. 8vo. 2. — 

1831 Leemans (C.) Bereden. beschry ving der Asiat. 
en Amerik. Monumenten van het Museum van 
oudheden te Leyden. Leyden, 1842. sd. 8vo. 

{Description of the Asiatic and American monv- 
ments of the Museum of antiquities at Leiden.) 

1832 „Legacy (The)" A horse, loaded with two 
baskets, filled with guineas and with a set of sil- 
ver and gold plate, goes to Hessen-Cassel, with 
inscription: „for secret services," in allusion to the 
sale of his subjects by the Duke for the English 
army in America, Publ, by W. Holland. 1786. sq. 
fol. 5.— 

1833 Legatio David Aetbiopiae Regis adClemen- 

Frederik Mullek & C, 




tern Papa VII. — Ejusd, legatio ad Einanuelera 
Portugalliae regem. — Item alia legatio ejuad. 
ad Joannem Portugalliae regem. — De regno 
Aethiopiae, ac popiilo, deq. moribus ejusdem po- 
piili nonnulla. Bonon., Jac. Kemolen of Alost. 1533. 
hf. Russia. 24 ff. 4to. the last blank. Feri/ fine 
eapy. 20. — 

Of ffreal rarity. An Italian translation appeared 
in the same year in 2 different editions. 

1834 Legatio magni Indorum Imperatoris Presby- 
teri Joannis, ad Emanuelem Lusitaniae Regem, 
A". D. 1513. Interprete Dam. de Goes. Dordraci, 
1618. 16 unnumb. leaves, hf. calf gilt. sm. 8vo. 
(Title restored.) Rare. 6.— 

1835 Leguat (Fr.) Voyage et avantures en deux 
isles desertes des Indes Orient. Londres (i.e. Am- 
sterdam), D. Morder, 1708. 2 vols, in 1 vellum, 
plates. 8vo. 2.50 

1836 Gevaarlyke en zeldzarae reyzen naar twee 

onbewoonde Oostind. eylanden. Uyt het Frans vert. 
Utrecht, 1708. hf. vellum, plates. 4to. Fine copy. 

Dntch translation of the preceding. 

1837 Leibnitz (G. G.) Codex jnris gentium diplo- 
maticus. Acced. Mantissa. Hanoverae, 1693 — 1700. 
2 vols, calf, coats of arms. tbl. Fine copy. 10. — 

Contains o. a. : Alexandri Bulla, qua Ferdinandi 
et Elisabethae regi et reginae Castellae et Arragoniae 
concedit jus in novum orbem a Colombo detectum. — 
Literae a Fernando, rege Siciliae, ad Ludovicum XI., 
Galhae regem, missae, qaibus quaeritur, quod Christ. 
Columbus triremes suas depraedatua sit, postulatque 
sibi ablata restitui, 8 Dec. 1474. — Responsio La- 
dovici XI. 

1838 Leidy (J.) The ancient fauna of Nebraska, 
or a description of remains of extinct mammalia 
and Chelonia. Washingt. 1853. cloth, 2iplates.roy. 
4to. 7.— 

1839 Le Long (Is.) Godts wonderen met zijne 
kerke vertoont in een verhaal van raeest Boheem- 
sche en Moravische Broeders... 2de drukverbee- 
tert. Amsterd. 1738. 2 vols, in l.-vellum, plate. 8vo. 

{The wonders of the Lord in his Church, expo- 
sed by an account of the Bohemian and Moravian 

Contain (Vol. I. pp. 472 — 545) the account of 
a voyage of a potter and a carpenter to St. Tho- 
mas, (pp. 546 — 616) a voyage to Greenland, etc. 

1840 Le Maire (Jac.) Ephemerides sive Descriptio 
navigationis australis institutae A". 1615. [Amst., 
M. Colyn.] 1G22. fol. boards. Extra tall copy. 

With 5 plates in the text ; no maps. The por- 
trait of le Maire is nut in this edition. 

This voyage forms the 2d part of No. 1415 Hcr- 
rera, Novus orbis, [pag^s numbered 46 to (83)| and 
is very diilicnit to be found separately. See Tiele, 
p. 59. 


The margins of the 2d page are filled wiih a La- 
tin dialogue, neatly written by an old hand about 
1622, held between the Captain of this very expedition 
and. .. ? This dialogue is probably taken from the 
original MS. but omitted in the edition as it gives 
no particulars of the voyage itself! 

1841 Lennep (J. H. v.) Het Boek voor den Zee- 
man . . . Haarlem, (1861—02). 4 vols. Numerous 
fine maps and woodcuts, siu. 4to. hf. cloth. 4.50 

{The book for the Seaman.) 

This popular edition of the Dutch Voyages, repro- 
duces the original text, in modern orthography, of 
the Voyage? of Bontekoe and Raven, to East- India 
and Greenland ; G. de Veer's Relation of the thiee 
Voyages to the North, by Heemskerck and Barentsz; 
the first Voyages to East-India by Corn. Houtman, 
etc. ; V. d. Heyden's Ship-wreck of the East-India 
ship Ter SchcUiog on the coast of Bengal, etc. Re- 
lations from other and minor voyages, with a Sup- 
plementary volume (.Jan Davids' Zecmagazyn) of his- 
torical reminiscences, uarrations, proverbs, relating 
to the Dutch Marine History. 

Very well executed series of popular writings. 

1842 Lennep Coster (G. v.) Herinneringen niyner 
reizen naar onderscheidene werelddeelen. Amsterd. 
1836. 2 vols. hf. bd. or sd. uncut, plates. 8vo. 

(8.10) 2.— 
{Memoirs of my voyages to various parts of the 

Vol. I. contains the author's voyage of the West- 

1843 Aanteekeningen gelTouden gedurende myn 

irerbiyt in de West-lndien, in 1837—40. Amsterd. 
1842. sd., plates. 8vo. (3.60) 1.26 

the West- 

1842. sd., plates. 8vo. 

{Journal kept during my stay in 

1844 Le Roy (P. L.) Kort, nauwkeurig en echt 
relaas v-an vier Russisehe zeeliedon, welke op het 
onbewoond eiland Oost-Spitzbergen, 6 jaren , . . 
hebben doorgebragt. Uit het Fransch. Amsterd. 
1768. sm. 8vo. 1.25 

{Short, exact and true account of four Russian 
mariners, who have resided 6 years at the unha- 
bited island East SpUzbergen. From the French.) 

1845 Lery (J. de), Histoire d'un voyage fait en la 
terre du Bi-esil, autrementdite Anicriqiie. (Geneve. 
1584?) pp. 1—424; 6 woodcuts, bds. 8vo. 15.— 

Pp. 341 — 377 Dialogues in Brazil and Latin. — 
This copy wants title uud preliminaries, and is slightly 

1846 Hietoria navigationis in Brasiliam quae 

et America dieitur, qua describitur autoris navi- 
gatio, Villagagnonis in America gesta, Brasilien- 
sium victus et mores . . . (Gcnevae) Eust. I'ignon. 
1586. 8to. Good tall copy, hf. vellum. 25.— 

With the very rare folded plate, and 6 woodcuts 
of the size of the page. Pag. 271—297 is filled 
with dialogues in Brazilian and Latin. This first 
Latin edition is scarcer than the original French. 




1847 Lery (J. de) Tho same. Editio 2a. Genevae, 
Apud Hfteredes Eust. ^ignon, 1594. vellum. 8vo. Tall 
copy. 16. — 

Reprint of the preceding edition with some alight 
alterations. With the large plate, the dialogues etc. 

1848 Sauie edition. Nice copy in brown marocco, 

gilt linings and edges. 20. — 

1849 Koisc ill Brasilien. Nacli dom von d. 

Vei'fasser selbst veranstalteten, verbess. n. verm, 
latein. Ausgabe Ubersctzt. Mit Aninerk. u. Erlau- 
tevungen. Munster, 1794. bds. Bvo. Scarce. 5.— 

Added : Anhang zwoer Apologien Villegagnons 
gegen die Beschuldigungen der Religionsdiener Cal- 
vins. — Pagg. 331 — 360 Dialogues etc. in Brazilian 
and German. 

1850 Lescarbot (Marc), Histoire de la Nouvelle 
France, contenant les navigations, decouvertes et 
habitations faites par les Fran^aia es Indes Occi- 
dentales et Nouv. France... Paris, /. M//o^, 1609. 
4 maps., calf. sm. 8vo. Short copy. 40. — 

Original edition, rarissime. — Signature autogr. 
of Anquetil Dnperron on the title ; 3 of the maps 
and pp. 239—40 in facsimile; — pag. 697—703 
treat on the language of Canada. — At the end : 
Les Muses de la Nouv. France (with separate title), 
pp. 1 — 44, the 4 last wanting. - Some little worm- 
holes . 

1851 Meme ouvrage. Avec les Muses de la 

Nouv. France. Paris, ./. Millot, 1612. ISouv. edi- 
tion, publiee par E. IVoss. Paris, 1866. 3 vols, sd. 
uncut, 3 maps in facsimile. 8vo. 18.50 

1852 Lesseps (de) Journalhistorique de son voyage 
(depuis le Kamschatka jusqu'en France} dans ['ex- 
pedition de La Perouse. Paris, 1790. 2 vol. maps 
and plate, h}. calf. 8vo. 2.50 

Pagg. 876—80: Vocabulaire Frau9aise-Ru83e- 

1853 Letter from the Secretary of the Navy, 
transmitting a statement of the application of the 
appropriations made by Congress for clerk hire 
in the Departement of the Navy, specifying the 
persons and the salaries allowed to each, [No 
place.1 1802. 8vo. 2.— 

1854 Letters from Washington, on the Constitu- 
tion and laws 5 with sketches of some of the pro- 
minent public characters of the Un. States. By 
a Foreigner. Washington, 1818. bds. 8vo. 2. — 

1855 Lettre du Congres General de Philadelphie 
aux habitaus des Colonies Am^ricaines et aupeu- 
ple de la Grande-Bretagne, suiv. de I'extrait de 
leurs Resolutions. Trad, de I'Angl. Lond.(enHoll.) 
1775. sd. uncut. 8vo. 1.50 

1856 Lettre d'un Bourgeois de Londre, Quaker de 
religion, a son eoUegue Mr. R. W., marchand a 
Rotterdam. Trad, de I'Angl, {No place) 1688, 4to, 


1857 Lettre (Premiere) d'un citoyen de la Hays 
au pretendu citoyen d'Amaterdam, en reponse i 

ses Observations sur le M^moire prdsent^ aux 
Etat8-G6ner., par I'Ambassadeur d'Anglcterre. No 
place. 1779. 8vo. uncut. 1.60 

1858 Leupe (P. A.) De Reizen der Nederlanders 
naar het Ziiidland of Nieuw-Holland in de 17e 
en 18e eeuvv. Arasterd., 1868. sd., large map. 8vo. 

( The voyages of the Butch to the South-Land or 
New-Holland in the 11 th and \8th century.) 

A very interesting work, printed in a small num- 
ber of copies. 

1859 ■ lets over de reis van Willem de Vlaming 

naar Nieuw-Holland in 1696. — Verslag eener 
reis naar Nieuw-llolland in 1705. (ximst., 1856.) 
Extr. 8vo. 1.25 

(On the voyage of }f^. de Vlaming to New- Hol- 
land in 1696. — Account of a voyage to New-Hol- 
land in 1705.) 

1860 De eilanden Dina en Maerseveen in den 

Zuider Atlant. Ocean. (Amst., 1868.) Extr. 8vo. 

{The islands .Din a and Maerseveen {of the lit A 
century) in the Southern Atlantic Ocean.) 

1861 Le Vaillant (F.) Histoire naturelle d'une par- 
tie d'Oiseaux nouv. et rares de I'Amerique et des 
Indes. Paris, 1804. Vol. I. (all publ.) ffith 49 su- 
perbly coloured plates, and a duplicate plain 
set, fol. 35.— 

1862 Leveu en character van J. Law, gewezene 
Controlleur-Generaal der Financien van Lodewijk 
XV. Uit authent. gedenkschriften zamengesteld 
door C. P. Arasterd. 1722. Engrav. frontisp. vellum, 
8vo. 3.— 

(Life and character of J. Law, the financial 
manager of Lewis XF, from authentic memoirs.) 

Interesting volume on Law and his financial scht • 
me, the stock-jobbing, especially on the French In- 
dian and the Mississippi Company. 

1863 Leven van J. J. Dessalines, Opperhoofd der \^ 
opgestane negers van St. Domingo, met berigten 
over zyn verhelifing tot Keizer van Haiti. Haar- 
lem, 1805. sd. uncut, portrait. 8vo. 1. — 

{Life oj Dessalines, Chief of the rebel negroes 
at St. Domingo, and his rising to Emperor of Haiti.) 

1864 Levini ApoUonil, Gaudobrugani, De 

Peruviae Regionis, inter Novi Orbis provincias 
celeberrimae, inventione et rebus in eadem gestis 
libri V. Antverpiae, apud Joa. Bellerum, 1567. old 
calf gilt. 8vo. H^iih map in woodcut. — Very rare. 

Very fine, ruled copy, large margin?, the signa- 
ture of Frane. Bassius Noens. Chirurg. Paris. 1569. 
on the title. — Copies with the map are very rare, 

1865 Lewis, Morgan, Officer in the Revol, Strug- 
gle and in the War of 1812, Governor of N, Y. — 
A. L. S, to General P. B, Porter, dat. Staats- 
berg, Nov. 20, 1815. 1 p, 40, 2,50 

Public Service. — Endorsed with an answer, 
signed A. 0. 

Frederik Mullbr & 0"., 



1866 Lewis U. Clarke, Entdeckungs-Reise durch 
Nord-Ameiika, ran d. Miindung d. Missouri an 
bis ... d. stillen Ocean. Uebers. v. P. C. Wey- 
land. Weiraar, 1814. sd. map. 8vo. 1.75 

1867 Ueize naar de bronnen van den Missouri 

en door het vaste land van America naar de Zuid- 

zee. Uit het Eog. Dordr. 1816—18. 3 vols. sd. 

uHcut, map. 8vo. 2.50 

{Travel to the source* of t fie Missouri and through 

the eoniineui of America to the South-Sea. From 

the Engl.) 

1868 Leyden et Hugh Murray, Histoire com- 
plete des voyages et decouvertes en Afrique; 
accomp. d'un precis g(^,ograph. etc. Trad, de I'Angl. 
et augni. par M. A. C. Paris, 1821. 4 vols. 8vo. 

-■'and Alias of maps. in-4to. hf. calf. 3. — 

'^69 Liberated Dutchman (The), or the com- 
pelled dog. {'De verloste Hollander of de geduoongen 
dog"). A Dutch peasant goes to encounter an 
American who receives him in his open arms, in 
perspective England half drowned, and several 
other allusions. With Dutch explanation. 1780. 
sq. fol. — ^tfry rare caricature. 5. — 

1870 Lichtensteiu (H.) Erlauterungen der Nach- 
richten des Francisco Hernandez von den vier- 
tiissigen Thieren Keuspaniens. Berlin, 1830. 4to. 
Extr. 1.— 

1871 [Liefs (J.)3 Lof-dicht over de wyt-vermaerdp 
. . . vietorie, by het veroveren van de . . . Silver- 
vloot des Konings van Spangien, door P. Pz. Heyn 
ende H. C. Loncq, Ao. 162S. No place. 1629. 4to. 

{Panegyric upon the famotu . . . victory, at the 

eontjuest of the Silverfleet of tlie King of Spain, 

by P. Pz. Heyn and II. 0. Loncq.) 
Rare, not tnentioned by Asher. 

1872 Lier (D. van) Extract, ofte cort verhael van 
'tschip Nieu Delf, . . . uaer Oost-lndien, 1646- 47. 
No place. 1648. 4to. 1.50 

{Short account of the voyage of the ship New 
Delf to East-India.) 

1873 Lil (H. van) Levpn en lotgevallpn van Will. 
Penn, stichter van Pennsyh'anien. Amsterd., 
1820—25. 2 vols. sd. 8vo. (5.50) 2.— 

{Life and adventures of W. Penn, founder of 

1874 Lima (Santa Bosa de S. Maria de). — 

Oracion panegirica . . . dixo en la Iglesia Cathe- 
dral de la Ciudad de Quito. (Quito), 1762. hf. 
calf. 4to. Neat copy. — A small wormhole in the 
margins. 6. — 

1875 Lincoln. — Bacon (G. W.) Abrah. Lincoln 
in zijn Icven en dadun. Naar het Eug. Amsterd. 
1865. 8vo. —.60 

{Life and deeds of Abr. Lincoln. From the Engl.) 

1876 Lincoln, Levi, Ciovemor oC Mjwsachus., 
1825—34. — A. L. S. to & Committee, dat. Dee. 
20, 1828. 1 p. 8». 2.50 


Accepts an invitation to participate in couimemo- 
ratiug the landing of the Pilgrim Fathers. 

1877 Linda (L. de) Descriptio orbis et omnium 
ejus rerumpublicarura. Amstelod. 1665. p^//«»». 8vo. 

Pp. 1117 — 1156 lib. XII, contain J. de Laet, 
Descriptio Indiae Occident. 8. Amcricae. 

1878 Linde, R^ponse a la D^clarjttlon du Congres 
Americain. Trad, de I'Angl. par Fr<5v{Ue. La Hayc. 
1777. sd. uncut. 8vo. 1.50 

1879 Lindley (Th.) Narrative of a voyage to Bra- 
sil. London, 1805. sd. uncut. 8vo. 1.50 

1880 Liaschoton (Jan Huygen van) — 
I. Itinerario, v'oyjige naar Oost olte Portugaels 
Indien,inhou(l. t-en corto besohryviughe ders. Lan- 
den ende Zeecusten, enz. 1596. 

Ua. Reysgcsehritt v de Xavigatien der Portu- 
galojsers in Orientcn, in. ... als oock v. de gant- 
sche custen v. Brasilien, en alle Havens v. dicn. 
Item V. 'tvaste lan^lt, en die Voor-Eylanden (An- 
tilles) V. Spaens fndien, enz. Uyt Portug. en 
SpaensChe . . . overghesct. 

115. Extract en Soramer van alle Renten, Do- 
meyen, Tollen, Incomsteu, enz. des Coninghsvan 
Spaengien. TJyt d. Spaenschen ... ghetransl. 1596. 
III. Beschryvinghe v. de gantsche Custe v. 
Guinea, enz. ende tegenover de Cabo de St. Au- 
gustyn in Brasilien, de eyghenschappen des ge- 
heelen Oceanischen Zees, mitsgad. hare Eylanden 
. . . Volght nooh do bCBchryv. v. West Indien in 
't langhe, met hare Caerte. 1596. — Amsterdam, 
Cornelit f'laesz., 1595—90. 3 parts in 1 vol. calf 
or vellum, fol. ff'ith portrait of the author, SG platet 
and 6 maps. (Tiele N'o, go.) 25.- 

(I. Itinerario or voyage to East or Portuguese 
India, comprising short description of these coun- 
tries and coasts. 

Ila. Description of the navigation of the Portu- 
guese in India, . . ■ also of the coasts of Brazil 
and the harbours; item of the continent and the 
fore-islands {Antilles) of Span. India. Transl. from 
the Portug. and Spanish. 

lib. Extract or Summary of all the rents, do- 
minions, tolls and revenues of the king of Spain 
Transl. from the Span. 

III. Description of the whole coast of Guinea, 
etc. and the Cabo St. Augustin in Brazil.^ the pecu- 
liarities of the Ocean sea, its islands etc. With a 
description of West- India at large.) 

1881 The same. Ordinary copy, some plates 

and maps wanting, hf. bd. fol. 12. — 

This inestimable book, a treasnre of all the know- 
ledge and learning relating to the East- and West- 
ludies and llie navigation thilher, at the end of 
the 16th century, has been in the highest esteem 
for nearly a centary, and was eiven to each ship 
sailing to India, as log-bouk. Hence the many edi- 
tions (6 in Dutch, 3 iu Frouch, I ia l>atiu) — all 
enamerated below ; but this is also the cause that 
fine copies, especially with all the plates and maps. 



are so very rare. A large part of the book is occu- 
pied by translations of original Spanish and Portu- 
guese documents on geo«;raphy, ethnography, statis- 
tics, navigation, etc., which are simply omitted by 
de Sri/, in their Latin and German translation. 

The 36 plates and 6 maps illustrating the book, 
are the same for the 6 editions in Dutch, the 2d 
and 3d French edition and (with exception of one 
map) for the Latin edition. The plates are due to 
excellent engravers, the brothers John and Bapt. v. 

The Latin and German translations of this book 
given by de Bry in the Petits Voyages, 11,111, IV, 
are crowded with faults, misunderstandings, omissions, 
etc.; the plates are no less bad, see Camus, Memoire, 
and Tiele, Memoire. 

1882 Linsehoten (Jan Hxiygen van) The same, 
in 4 divisions or 3 parts. Reprint of the edition 
of 1596, with the same date. The 82 pp. of the 
3d part {Description of Guinea and America) are 
not paged in this edition ; also the title of this 
part diflers, having as vignette a s:iuare hemis- 
phere with inscription : Domini est terra, etc. — 
With the 8 pp. Index for the 3 parts, wich Mr, 
Tiele (Memoire p. 90) stated as wanting in this 
edition, vellum, fol. Plates and maps coloured and 
mended. — Very rare edition. (Tiele W. 80*.) 


1883 The same. 3d edition in 3 parts. All 

printed at Amst. by Corn. Claesz. — Part I no 
date; Pt. I[ 1604. Pt. Ill 1605. With vign. as in 
the 2d ed. vellum, fol. With plate and maps. (Tiele 
N«. 82.) 35.— 

This edition is the rarest of the 6 Dutch editions. 
Reprint of the first edit., but without separate title 
and dedic. to part lib. — In this and the later 
editions the plates at page 6 {Mozambique) and 142 
{Ascension) have no Dutch description on the verso. 

1884 The same. 4th edition. 3 parts. Amst., 

J. E. Cloppenburgh, 1614. vellum, fol. With plates 

and maps. (Tiele N^. 86.) 25.— 

This is, after the 3d, the rarest of Linschoten's 

Dutch editions; the 1st (of 1596) and the 6th (of 

1644) are those commonly found. 

Reprint of the first edition ; only some words 
changed, but the titles quite different; to part 3 that 
of the first part (1st and 2 edition) is prefixed; part 
3 has no paging; the title and dedication to part 
lib are omitted. 

1885 The same, 5th edition. 8 parts. Amst.> 

J. E. Cloppenburgh, 1623, vellum. With plates and 
maps. fol. Very fine copy. Rare. (Tiele No. 18.) 

Exact reprint of the edition of 1614. Part III per- 
fectly agrees with the edition of 1614; without title, 
etc. to lib. 

1886 The same. 6th edition, 3 parts. Amst., 

J. E. Cloppenburgh, 1645. vellum or calf, plates and 
maps. fol. (Tiele N'. 90.) 20.— 

Reprint of the last edition, with the tame diffe. 

1887 Linsehoten (Jan Huygen van) Histoire 
de la navigation de J. H. de L. et de son voya- 
ge es Indes Orient, etc, Avec annotations de B. 
Paludanus, special, sur les plantes, etc. et div, 
figures, Adjoust. autrea descriptions, tant de Gui- 
nee etc. que des navigations des Holland, vers le 
Nord au Vaygat et en la nouv. Zembla. Nouv, 
trad, en Fran?. Amst., H. Laurent, 1610. calf. fol. 
(Tiele No. 83.) 18.— 

This edition is most probably printed at Frank- 
fort by de Bry, as appears from the printing and 
bad paper; it contains 58 pi, (many with German 
inscriptions) printed in the text, as in the editions 
of de Bry. Of the 6 maps belonging to this edi- 
tion, only one (facing page 14) is extant. The navi- 
gations of the Dutch to Waygat, though mentioned 
on the title, are omitted. iNIearly all is au extract 
from the first Dutch edition. The notes of Paluda- 
nus, mentioned on the title, are also in all the Dutch 
edition but much fuller. 

Some rare copies of this edition bear the name : 
Theod. Pierre at Amsterdam as pnbhsher on the 

This French edition is very rare in Holland, and 
more frequently found in France and Germany ; 
also a mark of its being printed in Germany. 

1888 I. Histoire de la Navigation. 2e edition. — 

|[. Le grand routier de mer. — HI. Description 
de I'Am^rique, etc. — The 3 parts all printed at 
Amsterd., J. E. Cloppenburgh, 1619. 1 vol. calf. 
fol. With the 36 pi. and 6 maps of the Dutch edi- 
tions. (Tiele N". 87.) 30,— 
The 1st part is a reprint from the French edi- 
tion of 1610; the bad plates of de Bry are omit 'ed. 
The 2 and 3d part are translated from the origit^l. 

1889 The same, in French. 3e 6dit.augmentet 

Amst., /. E. Cloppenburgh, 1638. 3 parts in 1. fol. 
With the 36 pi. and 6 mapn of the Dutch edit. 
(Tiele N". 89.) 26.— 

Exact reprint of the French edition of 1619. 

1890 Navigatio ac Itinerarium in Orient, s. 

Lusitanorum Indiam, Descriptionis ejusd, terrae 
ac tractuura littor, praecip, Portuum, etc. E Bel- 
gico Latine redd. Hag. Com., Alb. Henrici, impensis 
authoris et Corn. Nicolai {Corn. Claesz), 1599. — 
Descriptio totius Guineae tractus, etc. eorumq. lo- 
corum quae a regione C. S. Augustini in Brasilia 
jacent. proprietates Oceani insularumq. ejusdem, 
etc. Acced. noviter Historia Navigationum Bata- 
vorum in Septentr, oraa, c. freti Vaygats detec- 
tione, etc. Hag. Com., Alb. Henrici, 1599. 2 parts 
in 1 vol. vellum, fol. With the 36 plates and 6 maps 
of the Dutch edit., the first map executed which is 
altered. (Tiele W. 81.) 30.— 

This latin edition is very rare, even in lloUand. — 
The 1st part is exactly translated from the Ist part 
in Dutch, some passages are omitted. In the 2d 
part the description of Guinea is taken from the Dutch 




3d part, the description of America is omitted ; page 
17 to 25 contaiu the navigatiou of the Dutch to the 
North, taken from de Veer's voyage ; page 26 to 45 
embrace a translation of a part of the 2d division of 
the Dutch work. 

1891 Linsohoten (Jan Huygen van) The sa- 
me. Amat., /. WaUchaert, 1614. — Descriptio to- 
tiu8 Guineae tractua, etc. Hag. Com. Alb. Henrid, 
1599. 2 parts in 1 vol. boards, eniirelt) us cut. fol. 
trUh the 36 plates and 6 maps as in the preceding. 
(Tiele W. 85.) 28.— 

Exceedingly rare edition especially in this condition, 
Mr. Tiele did not saw it and quotes only the copy 
in possession of Mr. Lenox. It is the same as the 
Latin edition of 1599, with a changed title. 

At the 2d part wants pp. 17—45, the navigation 
of the Dutch to the North, etc. 

1892 a. Journael v. de ISjarige reis n. Oost- 

Indieu, etc. Amst., G. J. Saeghman. (1663 ?) Pag. 1 
to 136 wanting. 

b. Beschryv. v. verscheyde Landen, onder 

Africa en America, als Guinea, Bnisilien, Nova 
Francia, Florida, etc. Amst., G. J. Saeghman, 
(1663?) 4to. (Tiele N". 915) 3.50 

A complete first part, a, is bound up in the col- 
lection of voyages by Saeghman. — the 2d part, 
b, is an an abridgement of the 3d part of liinscho- 
ten's Itinerario, aud consists of 33 pp. This edition 
is very rare. The copy is stained. 

1893 Voyagie, ofte Schipvaert by Noorden om 

langs Noorwegen, Ruslandt etc. door de Strate v. 
Nassau tot voorby de Kivier Oby. Met de af- 
beeldsels v. alle de Custen, Landen, enz., Anno 
1594 en 1595. Franeker, G. Ketel (1601.) fol. 
IFith 15 plates and maps, coloured. Fine copy. (Tiele 
N». 165.) 40.— 

{Voyage, or Navigation round about the North, 
along Norway, Russia, etc. through the Straits of 
Nassau till beyond the River Oby. IVith the figures 
of all the Coasts, etc.) 

First and very rare edition. — Liuscboten accom- 
panied VV. Barentsz as clerk ou his Ist and 2d 
famous voyage to the North, but had no part in 
the 3d expedition in 1596. As Linschoten left Ba- 
rentsz in the 1st voyage, near Nova-Zembla, and 
took another way, the renowned description of that 
voyage by de Veer, founded on Barentsz' journal, 
is quite different from this relation. So Linschoten's 
book is very essential for a full history of these ex- 
peditions. — The map in Liuschoten's book, drawn 
hy IV. Barentsz of the route of the voyage, is one 
of the most interesting and valuable maps of the 
North. — De Bry have given only a very small 
extract of this voyage in the Petiis Voyages, Tom. 
X. 1613. See: Camus, Memoire p. 256, and espe- 
cially : Tiele, Memoire p. 1 90. 

1894 Same work. Voyagie ofte Schipvaert, 

etc. (2d edition.) Amst., J. E. v. Cloppenburgh, 
1624. fol. mth 15 plates and ma/?*. (Tiele NM 56.) 



2d Edition ; not common. — Exact reprint of the 
first edition with the same plates and maps, now 
numbered 1 to 15. 

1895 L'Isle, G. de, Atlas noaveau, contenant tou- 
tes les parties du Monde. Amsterd., Covens and 
Mortier. 1733. hf. calf. fol. 12.— 

70 Coloured maps. — Besides the map of the world, 
9 maps' of America, 2 general maps, Canada, Loui- 
siana and the Mississippi, Mexico aud Florida, St. 
Domingo, the French Antilles, Peru with Brazil and 
the Amazon, Paraguay and Chili. 

1896 Atlas noiiveau, contenant toutcs les par- 
ties du Monde. Amsterd., Covens en Mortier. (1757). 

. 2 vol. /*/. calf. Uncut, roy. fol. — With etched 
frontispiece by li. de ilooghe. l8. — 

165 Plain maps, 11 of which are of American 
conntrics: N. America, Canada, Louisiana, Mary- 
land, Virginia, Carolina, etc. Curafao, Theatre de la 
guerre en Ameriqne (2 maps), S. America (3 maps , 
the French Antilles, (the French and English posses- 
sions in America. 

1897 Same Atlas, later edition. Amst., Covens 

en Mortier. (1785). 2 vols. hf. calf. roy. fol. 35.— 

Through with the same title and frontispiece, this 
copy has a quite different set of 25 American maps 
most of later date, amongst which maps of the 
British, French and Dutch settlements in America by 
H. Popple. — Chorographical map of the N. De- 
partment of N. Amer., showing the grants of land, 
with the names of the owners, engrav. by U. Kloek- 
hojf 1780, {very interesting). — Louisiana, Mary- 
land, Virginia, Carolina, etc., by Covens and Mor- 
tier, 1758. — Connecticut with parts adjacent at 
Amsterdam (with view), by Kloekhoff, 1780. — 
Chorographical map of Philadelphia, by ir/o<'*^o/. — 
The principal fortresses of America by 1. K. — 
Views of New-York, Quebec, Mexico and the Fall 
of Niagara, etc. 

1898 List " of ^ wares aud things most fit for being 
exported to the Spanish and Dutch West-Indies 
and North-America, with their prices; also diffe- 
rent papers on the construction and equipment of 
vessels. — Abont 100 pp. in Manuscript, fol. and 
4to. 10.— 

A very interesting collection of various papers and 
notices, in Dutch, English and French, dating from 
the end of the last and the commencement of this 
ctntury, valuable for the history of the West- India 

1899 Lithgouws (Will.) 19iaarige lant-reyse door 
Kuropa, Asya en Afryka. Uyt Engels veit. Am- 
sterd., 1652. vellum, plates, engraved title by C. de 
Fas. 4to. 2.50 

(19 years' travel through JSurope, Jsia and 

1900 The same. Ibid., 1653. 4to. 2.50 

1901 The same. 3d edition. Amst., 1694. p^Wam. 

4to. 3.— 

1902 The same. Amsterd., 1705. 4to. Entirely 

uncut copy. 4.— 



All these different editions have the same text and 

1903 Livingston, Rob. R., Chancellor of New- 
York 1777-1808, concerned in the Declarat. of 
Indep.; the framing of the Constitutions of N. Y. 
and of the U. S., the purchase of Louisiana, etc. 
— A. L. fcs. to Sam. M. Hopkins of New- York, 
dat. March 26. 1801. 1 p. fol. 4.— 

1904 Livingston, B., American Jurist, distingui- 
shed himself in the Kerol. War, Judge of the XJ. 
S. Supr. Court 1806—23. — A. L. S. to Oliver 
Kane of Albany, dat. N. Y., June 6, 1822. 1 p. 
4to. 2.50 

1905 Livingston <W.) Brief aan John, Lord Bis- 
schop V. Landaff, over zijne leerreden, waarin de 
Americ. colonien met eene . . . onverdiende schande 
bezwaart worden. Uit het Eng. vert. Utrecht, 
1774. bds. 8vo. 2.25 

{Letter to John^ Lordbishop of Landa^ff, on his 
iermon, overwhelming the American colonies with 
unmerited shame. Iransl. from the Engl.) 

1 had this rare tract only once. 

1906 Lobo (Jer.) S. J. Voyage historique d'Abis- 
sinie. Trad, du Portug, p. Le Grand. La Haye. 
1728. hf. id., plates. 4to. Large paper, vncut. 

5. - 
Pp. 233 — 347 contain a dissertation on Priest 

1907 Locke (John). — A collection of several 
pieces of J. Locke, publ. by Desniaizeaux, under 
the direction of A. Collins. 2d edit. Lond. 1739. 
calf gilt. fol. 4.— 

Contains a. o. pieces : The fundanaental Constitu- 
tion of Carolina. 

1908 Loefling (P.) Reise nachdeuSpanischenLan- 
dern in Europa und America, 1751 — 56, nebst 
Beobacht. u. Anmerk. iib. die mcrkwiirdigen Ge- 
wachse; herausgeg. von C. von Linne. Aus d. 
Schwed. iibersetzt von A. B. K'dlpvn. Berlin, 1766. 
Ids. 2 plates. 8vo. 2.50 

pp. 236 — 364 Plantae Araericanae. 

1909 Loehuis (H.), "Die Vereinigten Sta^ten von 
Amenka. Dercn Vergangenheit und Gegenwart in 
socialer, polit. und finanzieller Beziehung. Leip- 
zig. 1864. sd. 8vo. 1.80 

1910 Londonio (C G.) Storia dello colonic inglesi 
in America, dalla loro fondazion, fino alio stabili- 
mento della loro independenza. Milano, 1812- 13. 
3 vols. id. ttncul. 8vo. 4.50 

Vol. 2 and 3 relate to the War of Independence, 
from 1763—1789. 

'1911 Long's History of Jamaica, or general survey 
of the ancient and modern state of that island. 
Lond. 1774. 3 vols, map and plates, bds. uncut. Ato. 

' »A work of sterling merit." Stevenson. 

1912 Long (J.) Voyages chez differentes nations 
sauvages de I'Amerique Septentrion. Trad, de 

I'Angl. p. J. Billecocq. Paris, 1793. bdi, 8vo, 

A very valuable work. The author was dragoman 
for the Indian languages. 

1913 Long-Island. — Plate of the debarkment 
of English troops on Long-Island. May 1777. 4to. 


1914 Loon (Ger. van) — Beschrijving vanNederl. 
Historie-Penningen ten vervolge op het werk van 
Ger. van Loon, uitgcg. door de Kon. Akademie 
van Wetenschappen. Amst., 1862—63. Part. 7, 8. 
bds. With 17 plates., fol. 14.90 

{Description of the Dutch Historical Medah serving 
as a sequel to the work of Ger. van Loon, publ. 
by the Royal Academy of Sciences.) 

1915 The same. Large paper. 11. lb 

These two vols, of this splendid publication are 

of special interest for America. They embrace the 
years 1774 — 83 and contain many medals (with a 
very ample and eminent historical explanation) rela- 
ting to the American War of Independence. In order 
to show this I give here an extract from the index : 

Ambassador J. Adams calls the land, represented 
by him, United States of America. — Sympathy 
shown in the Netherlands, especially in Friesland, 
for the revolutionary war in America. — On the 
Dutch negotiations with America in 1781 — 82. — 
A general petition made in Holland to acknowledge 
the independence of the U. St. — J. Adams recei- 
ved as Ambassador. — Medals struck iu memory of 
this fact. — Treaty of friendsliip and commerce with 
the U. St. 1782. — Medals on this Treaty. — Pu- 
blished and unpublished sources concern, the history 
of the relations between the U. St. and the Nether- 
lands in 1781-82, etc. 

The complete work : Sequel to van Loon, 10 larts 
or 2 vols. fol. Amst. 1822—69. With 124 pktes, 
may be had at il. 64. — on small paper, and fl. 84. — 
on larpre paper. It comprises the years 1713 — 1806. — \ 
The original work, to which it forms a continnation, ', 
was published iu 1732 under the title: 

Loon (G. v.) Histoire metalliqne des 17 Provin- 
ces des Pays-Bas. La Haye, 1732 — 37. 5 vols. fol. 
With a large number of figg. 

Both together form a complete medallic history 
of the Netherlands till 1806 in 7 vols. fol. 

1916 Loosjes (A.) Pz., Sint Eustatius genomen en 
hernomen. Haerlem, 1782. hf. calf. 8vo. 2.50 

{St. Eustatius captured and retaken, a poem.) 
Bound up in one vol. with 5 other contemporary 
Dutch pamphlets. 

1917 [Lopez (O.) en P. Pigafetta] Beschryv. v. 
H Koniuckryck Congo, met 't aenpalende Landt 
Angola. Zynde het 2e deel van de Goudtkust. 
Amst., J. Hartgers, 5160 (1650.) hf. vellum. 4to. 
Fine copy. (Tiele N". 299.) 7.50 

{Description of the Kingdom of Congo, and the 
adjacent country Angola, being the 2d vol. of the 
Goldcoast {by de Marees.) 

Frederik <k C"., 



With 5 pi. Id the text. — It is a sequel to Ma- 
rees' description of the Goldcoast. 1650. See N^. 1995. 

1918 Lorgues (R. de) Lcven cu reizon van Christ. 
Columbus volgens de authentieke Spaansche en 
Italiaansche bronnen. Het Fransch gevolgd. Utr., 
1863. roy. 8vo. (5.~) 3.— 

{Life and voyagei of Chr. Columbut according 
to the authentic Spanish and Italian Documents. — 
From the French.) 

1919 XjOsMoI (O-. H.) Geschichte der Mission der 
evangelischen Briider unter den Indianern in Nord- 
Amerika. Barby, 1790. 3 parts in 1 vol. 783 pp. 
hf. calf. 8vo. 5.— 

1920 Letter's Atlas. Aug. Vindel. (Augsburg), 
T. C. Latter, (about (1765.) Af. bd. tbl. — 47 colou- 
red maps. 5. — 

Contains a map of the World, of N'. and S. Ame- 
rica by de I'lsU, 3 maps of France on which the 
naval exploits of .\dmiral Haweke, in 1759, a map 
of Portugal with special map of Brazil and a small 
representation of the capture of the silverflcet in the 
. Bay of Vigos, 1702, etc. 

1921 Louisiane et le cours da Mississipi, par G. de 
VIsle. Amst., J. Covens 8/ C. Mortier (about 1740). 
sq. fol. 60 by 45. — Coloured. 2.50 

With indication of the dwelling-places of the va- 
rious tribes. 

1922 Louisiana, Maryland, Virginia, Caroline, 

Georgie avee une partie de la Floridc. Amst., 
Covens & Mortier. 1758. sq. fol. 58 by 39. 2.— 

1923 Lowenstern (Is.) Le Mexique. Souvenirs 
d'un voyageur. Paris. 1843. sd. 8vo. (4.50). 1.50 

1924 Ludolfi (J.) Ilistoria Aetbiopica, s. descriptio 
regai Habessin., quod Presbyt. Johannis vocatur. 
Fraucof. a. M. 1681. hf. calf plates, fol. 12.- 

The first chapter of Book II contains many par- 
ticulars on Priest John. 

1925 New History of Ethiopia, being a full 

and accurate description of the Kingdom of Abes- 
sinia, vulgarly . . . called the Empire of Prester 
John. Made Engl, by J. P. Lond. 1682. Old calf, 
plates oj natural history, etc. fol. 7.50 

1926 Kieuwe .. Historie van Abissinien,anders« 

Ethiopien. In 't Nedcrd. gebr. d. W. Calebius- 
Utrecht, 1687. map and plates. 4to. 3.50 

{New history of Abissynia, otherwise Ethiopia. 
Transl. by W. Calebius.) 
This is an extract from Ludolfs Ilistoria Aetbiopica. 

1927 LudWigh (S.), Licht- und Schattenbilder re- 
publikanischer Zustande ... in den Verein. Staa- 
ten von Nord-Anierika. 1846—47. Leipzig, 1848. 
8vo. 1.— 

1928 Luffman (J.) A brief account of the Island 
of Antigua, together with the customs and man- 
ners of its inhabitants. London, 1789. sd., uncut, 
map. 8vo. 2. — 

1929 Luillier, Nouv. voyage aux Grandes Indes, 
avec une instruction pour le commerce des Indes 
Orient. Amst, 1726. td. uncut. 8vo. 1.50 


1930 Lulofs, J., Introductio ad cognitionem atque 
usum utriusque globi. Lugd. Bat. 1743. hf. calf, 
uncut. 8», 1.— 

1931 Same work, 2d edition. Lugd. Bat. 1763. 

uncut. 8". 1.50 

1932 Liltke (Fred.) Voyage autour dn monde, fait 
par ordre de Sa Maj. Nicolas I. sur la corvette 
Le S6niavine, 1826—29. Paris, (1836.) — Partie 
historique: Atlas lithogr. d'apres les dessing ori- 
ginaux d'Al. Postels et du Baron Kittlitz. 51 pla- 
tes, India proofs and 3 maps. hf. bd. fol. 10. — 

Wanting plate 28 and 45. 

1933 Luzac (E.), Hollands Hijkdom, behelz. 
den oorsprong van den Koophaadel en van de 
inagt van dezen Staat. Uit het Fransch vert., 
verand. en vermeerd. Leyden, 1781. 4 vols. sd. 
8vo. 10.— 

{Holland's wealth contain, the origin of the com- 
meree and the power of that Slate.) 

A complete history of the Dutch commerce in tU 
parts of the world. Nearly the whole 2d volume 
treats of the commerce with America and the Dutch 
colonies there, with an appendix of documents. This 
book is partly a translation of the French work: 
La richesse de la Hollaode by Accarias de Serioune, 
but with many interesting additions by the learned 
editor of the Gazette de Leyde. See N". 1208. 

1934 Het waare daglicht van het P«litieck Sy- 

sterna der regeeringe van Amsterdam. Middelb. 
(1781.) 8vo. — Confer W. 1238. 2.— 

( The true light of the Political System of the 
Government of Amsterd-am.) 

1935 A. L. S. in French, dat. May 4, 1766. 

3 pp. 4". 2.50 

Interesting letter on the condition of slavery, 
commerce, finances cet. of the Colony of Berbice. 

1936 Luzao (Jo.), Oratio de Socrate civo, cum 
probatt. -et adnotatt. cet. Lugd. Batav. 1796. 4to. 
uncut. 1.50 

With an interesting dedication (8 pp.) to »John 
Adams, President of the Unit. States of America, 
bis true and est^med friend." 

1937 Same work, translated into Dutch. Ley- 
den, 1796. 80. 1.— 

With dedication to Adams, 10 pp. 

1938 Lydia (The), an American brig, saved by 
Captain Aubert, off Caen. 1850. Painte<l and lithogr. 
by T. Gudin. sm. fol. 2.— 

1939 ILydius (Jac.)] Historic der beroerten van 
Engelaudt, aengaende de veelderley sccten, die 
aldaer in de kcrcke Jesu Christi zijn ontstaen. 
Dordrecht, 1647. sin. 8vo. 6.— 

{History of the dissensions in England, iUuitra* 
ting the various sects, which have sprung tip there 
in the Church of Christ.) 

A rare and very interesting little volume, con- 
taining many particulars on the Protestant sects i« 
America, for instance pp. 50—68 an account of the 
IndepeudeDts and their aisseosions at Boston, etc 



1940 Lyell (Ch.") On the coal-field of Eastern 
Virgina. — C J. F. £renbury, on fossil plants of 
Eastern Virginia. {Extr. 1847.) fiffff. and plates. 8vo. 


1941 Lystder (Hollandsche Schepen . . . koniendevan 
Curasao, St. Enstatius en de West-lndien, door 
de Engelschen genomen. (1758.) fol. 1. — 

(Lisl of the Dutch ships captured ly the English 
during their voyage from the West- Indies.) 

1942 Lyst van de Hollandse en Hamburger Groen- 
lands- en Straat Davids- Vaarders, A". 1764 uitge- 
vaaren. Amst., J. M. Brouwer (1765.) 2 parts in 
1 vol. vellum. 8vo. 1. — 

(^List of the Dutch and Hamburgh' vessels, which 
■ tet sail for Greenland and the Straits of Davids, 
•^f in 1764.) 

1943 Lyste van 't ghene de Brasil Jaerlijcks can 
opbrenghen. No place nor date. (1625 ?) Broadside, 
am. fol. 4. — 

(List of the profit Brazil yearly can produce.) 
Carious and rare. — Not in Asher's Essay. 

1944 Lysten van de Hollandsche Scheepen, zoveel 
Amsterdam betreft, welke op hunne reisen naar 
de West-lndien door de Engelschen genomen zyn. 
Amst. (1758.) hf hd. fol. 1..50 

{List of Dutch ships belonging to Amsterdam, 
captured by the English on their voyage to West- 
India .) 

A list perfectly different from N". 1941 and more 

1945 Lysten van de monture der Fransche als Ne- 
derlandsche Esquadres, zjjnde gew^cest in de ac- 
tie voor Tabago voorgevallen 13 Maert 1677, etc. 
No place. Broadside, fol. 2.50 

{List of the Ships, Officers etc,, of the French 
and Dutch fleets, in the action at Tabago.) 

1946 Maandags Relaes (Eerste tot negende) 
uytgeg. van 4 Dec. 1673 tot 5 Febr. 1674. 4to. 
9 parts. 10.— 

{First to Ninth Monday News.) 

All published. The 8th and 9th part cont. : An 
account of the affairs concern, the differences of the 
Spaniards with the English in America, and the 
reasons of declaration of war by the King of Spain. 

1947 Mably (G. B. abbe de) Oeuvres completes. 
Paris, 1794 — 96. 15 vols, calf gilt, gilt edges. 8vo. — 
Fine copy from the Sobolewski Library. 8.50 

Cont. : Des Etats-Unis d'Ameriqiie. — Du gou- 
vernement de la Pologne. — Observations sur This- 
toire de France, sur la Grece, sur les Komains, etc. 

1943 Observations sur le gouvernement et les 

loix des Etats-Unis d'Am^rique. Amsterd., 1784. 
td., uncut. 8vo. Rare. — Sold in Leclerc's Bibl. 
Amer. fr. 20.— 2.50 

1949 Mc. Clellan (Geo. B.) Report on the or- 
ganization and campaigns of the army of the 
Potomac ; with account of the campaign in Wes- 

tern Virginia. N. York, 1864. cloth, plans. 8vO. 

(5.85) 2.25. 

1950 Mac-Intosh (A.) D.D., Address at the inter- 
ment of Sylv. Bourne, Consul-General of the Un. 
States in the Netherlands, (at Amsterdam.) Haar- 
lem, 1817. 8vo. —.60 

1951 Mackenzie (G. S.), Reise durch die Insel 
Island, 1810. Nach d. Engl. Weimar. 1815. maps 
and plates, hf. calf. 8vo. — .80 

1952 Mc Lean, John, Judge of the Ohio Supr. 
Court 1816—22, Postmaster-General 1823, Justice 
of the U. S. Supr. Court. — L. S. dat. Post 
Office Departra. Jan. 2, 1827. 1 p. 4o. 1.50 

On public service. 

1953 A. L. S. to S. Lathrop, dat. Post Office 

Departm. March 7, 1826. 3 pp. 4o. 2.— 

On the privilege of the Members of Congress in 
regard to postage. 

1954 Macpherson (Ch.) Memoirs of his life and 
travels in Asia, Africa and America, with a par- 
ticular investigation on the Negroes in the West- 
India islands. Edinb. 1800. bds. 8vo. 1.50 

1955 Madison (J.) Manifesto du gouvernement 
Americain (10 Fevr. 1815), on causes et caractere 
de la derniere guerre d'Amerique avec I'Angle- 
terre. Trad, de I'Angl. Paris, 1816. 8vo. 1.25 

1956 Maffei (Jo. P.) Opera omnia latino scripta. 
Bergomi, 1747. 2 vols, vellum, portraits, 4to. Best 
edition, scarce. 9. — 

Very interesting lor the history of the old voyages 
and discoveries in the East-Indies, Japan, etc. 

1957 Magazin der neuesten Reisebeschreibungen in 
unterhaltenden Ausziigen. Berlin, 1808—12. 13 vols. 
many maps and plates, plain and col., sd. uncut. H 70. 

The most interesting parts of the voyages of Pe.v 
rin du Lac in Louisiana, Lindley in Brasilia, Lfc\ 
Dru to the West-Ind. Islands, Valentia in India, \ 
Klaproth in Caucasus, Lichtenstein in Siid-Africa, \, 
etc., etc. 

1958 Magazin von merkwUrdigen neuen Reisebe- 
schreibungen, iibersetzt imd mit erlauternden An- 
merkungen begleitet (von /. R. Forster.) Berlin, 
1790—1800. 20 vols, plates and maps, *d. uncut. 
8vo. — (Vol. 13 wanting.) 9.50 

Contains translations of Phillip's New South Wa- 
les ; Le Vaillant, Africa; Anburey, interior parts o.' 
America; Brissot-Warville, Unit. States ; Bartram, 
North and South Carolina ; Blighs, Southsea ; Lesseps, 
Kamschatka, etc., etc. 

1959 Magazin, Gottingisches Historisches, — und 
Neues Hlstor. Herausgeg. von C. Meiners u. L. 
T. Spittler. Hannover. 1787—93. 11 vols, sd., un- 
cut. 8vo. 6. — 

This valuable Historical Magazine contains some 
articles on America, as : 

Vol. IT. On the singularly bad inality of food in 
America. -^ Vol. III. On the population of Ame^ 

Frederik Muller & C°., 



rlca. — Vol. IV. Historical notices of the Aborigi- 
nes of America. — Vol. VII. On the cliaracter of the 
Americaus. — Vol. VIII. Justice rendered to the 
heirs of Chr. Columbus in Spain, etc. etc. 

1960 Magazin (The Ctolonial) and Commercial- 
Maritime Journal. Edited by R. Montgomery 
Martin. London, 1840—1843. porlraiU. 42 parts. 
8vo. (wants 1842 K". 7, 1843 N". 8 and follow.) 

1st to 4th annual series of this esteemed Journal, 
comprising many articles on America. 

1961 Magellanica tabula. Amst., G.Blaeu. (1645.) 
sq. fol. 53^ by 41. — Coloured. 2.50 

Different and more correct map than the follo- 

1963 Freti Magellanic! ac novi Freti vulgo 

Le Maire exactissima delineatio. Amst., G. Blaeu. 
(1638). sq. tol. 39 by 37,'. — Coloured. 4.— 

See on this interesting map Mercator and Hon- 
dius' Jl loses. 

1963 Magini (J. A.) Geographiae, turn veteris, 
tum novae, volumina duo. In quorum priore CI. 
Plolem. Geographieae enarrationis libri octo . . . 
illustratur, in poateriore ejusd. Ptol. antiqui orbis 
tabulae 27, quibus acced. 37 recentiores. Arnhemi, 
Jo. Janssonius, 1617, 2 vols, in 1. Dutch vellum, 
64 maps. 4to. Fine copy. 6.50 

Contains 3 maps of the world with America and 
one special map of the New World. — Leaf 271 to 
283 : Description of America. 

1964 Ma-ka-tai-me-8he-kia-kia, of Zwarte Ha- 
vik, Opperhoofd van den stam der Sac-Indianen, 
in N. Amerika (Levensgeschied. van). Uit bet 
Eng. Leeuwarden, 1847. sd. 8vo. 1.25 

{Autobiography of Black Hawk, iransl. from the 

1965 [Malcolm (D.)] Collection of Letters and 
Papers, in which the imperfection of learning, the 
usefulness of the Celtick in illustrating the Anti- 
quities of the British Isles, the affinity of the lan- 
guage of the Americans of the Terra I'trma, and 
these of the ancient Brilains, . . . Specimen of a 
Dictionary Engl.-Celtick, and Celtick-Engl. Edinb. 
1739. 2 parts. 1 vol. calf. 8vo. • 2,50 

1966 Mallet (A. M.) Description de TUniver-s, 
conten. les difl'ercnte.'* syst*!me8 du raonde, les cartes 
gcner. et partic. de la geographic anc. et mod., les 
plans et profits d. princip. villes .... les portraits 
dea souverains . . . et divers habillemens de chaquc 
nation. Francfourt. 1685. 5 vols. 5U8 maps and 
plates, calf. sm. 4to. 10.— 

Very iuterestiug for the many plates, map?, plans, 
views, portraits and costumes of the whole world. — 
America and Australia are represented in 53 plates, 
and 13 pi. refer to the North of the continent. Nova 
Z«mbla, Samoyeds, Waygats, Greenland, etc. All 
very curious. — Conterfeit of the French edition, 
the plates with German ioscriptions. 


1967 Malo (Ch.), Hi.stoire de Tile deSt. Domingue 
depuis sa d^couverte. Suivie de pieces justificati- 
ves. 2me edit. Paris, 1819. hf bd. 8vo. 2.— 

1968 Malo de Luque (Eduardo) Historia poli- 
tica de los estaljlecimientos ultramarinos de las 
naciones Europeas. Madrid, A. de Sancha, n8i — 90. 
5 vols, calf maps. 8vo. 10.—- 

A valuable and rare work, for which we are in- 
debted to "El Duquc de Almadovar," who concealed 
his real name under the anagram Malo de Luque. 

1969 Malouet (V. P.), Collection de memoires et 
correspondances officielles sur Tadministration dcs 
Colonies, et notamment sur la Guiane fran^, et 
hollandaise. Paris, an X (1801.) 5 vol. hf calf. 
8vo. 4.50 

1970 Malte-Brun (V. A.) Coup d'oeil d'ensemble 
sur les differentes expeditions arctiques entreprises 
a la recherche de John Franklin, et sur los d6- 
couvertes geograph. auxqnelles elles ont donnu 
lieu. Paris, 1855. map. 8vo. (Extr.) — .60 

1971 Manby (G. W.) Journal of a voyage to Green- 
land. London, 1822. bds. uncut, numerous plates and 
woodcuts. 4 to. 2. — 

1972 Keise nach Gronland. 1821. Aus d. EngL 

Ton C. F. Michaelis. Leipz. 1823. map and plates, 
hf. bd. sm. 8vo. 1. — 

1973 ■ Reis naar Groenland in 1821. Amst. 1825. 

map and plates. 8vo. 1. — 

Dutch translation of the preceding. From the 

1974 Mandauilla (Joanne de) Qual tratta delle 
piu marauegliosi cose e piu notabile che se trouino, 
e come presentitalmente ha cercato tutte le parte 
habitabile del moudo, et ha notato alcune degne 
cose che ha vedute in esse parte. Venetia, A. Torti, 
1537. vellum. 12mo. 14.— 

Page 105 and 106 damaged : somewhat stained. — 
Very sare. 

1975 Mandevyl (Jan v.) Wonderiyke Reyse, be- 
schryv. de gestaltenisse en zeden v. Egypten, 
Persseu, Indien ende Ethiopieu. Utrecht, 1707. 
4to. 5.— 

{Wonderful voyage, describing the situation and 
manners of Egypt, Persia, India and Ethiopia.) 

Popular edition, rare; contains pp. 80—82 and 
92 a description of Pope John's Laud. 
— Confer: Maundeville. 

1976 M(andrillon) (J.) Le Speclatour Americain, 
ou reniarquos geueralcs sur rAm^rique Septcntr. 
et sur la Republiquc dcs treize Etats-L'nis. Am- 
sterd. 1784. 2 parts iu 1 vol. sd. uncut, map. 8vo. 


1977 The same. 2o Edition, revue et itugoien- 

tee. Amsterd. 1785. sd. uncut, map. 8vo. 3.50 

A highly valued work, ufteu confounded with the 
• Voyageur Americain^' by Climy. Sjc N". 682. 

1978 . Fragmeus de politique et de litterature, 

suiv. d'un voyage k Berlin, en 1784. Paris etlJrux. 
1788. music, bds 8vo. 3.50 




Contains on America: Remaiques sur la Revolu- 
tion Ainericaiue; Crise de TAinerique; Memoires 
pour et Devise de la Societc Aniericainc; Mem. an 
Ministre pleQii)otent. d. Etats-Unis; Portrait de Co- 
lomb; Vers sur -^ et Portrait de Washington; So- 
ciete' de Ciucinnatus," etc. 

1979 Manhattan, Marion. Beelden uit het leven 
te New-York. Uit het Eng. Leiden. 1866. 2 vols. 
8vo. 2.50 

{Scenes of the life in New-York.) 

1980 Manifest van 't Koningryck van Portugael 
over het aennemen van Don Joan de IV tot Ko- 
ningh. Amst. 1641. 4to. (Asher No. 173.) 1.50 

{Manifesto of the kingdom of Fortugal on its 
admitting D. Joan IV as king.) 

1981 The same, uncut. 2.50 

1982 Manifest door d' Inwoonders van Pernam- 
bnco uytgegeven tot hun verantwoordinge. Ant- 
werp., 1646. 4to. (Asher N». 214.) 5.— 

{Manifesto publ. hy the inhabitants of Pernam- 

Defence against the accusation of having taken 
part in the insurrection of the Portuguese. — Bare. 

1983 Manifest van oorloge tot Lisboa uit^heghe- 
ven, tusschen Portugael ende de Kederl. Provm- 
tien, met den oorspronck. . . 1658. 4to. (Asher 
NO. 289.) 2.25 

{Manifesto of war, published at Lisbon, between 
Fortugal and the United Provinces, with the origin 
of the war.) 

1984 Manifest ofte Keden van den oorlogh tus- 
schen Portugael ende de Vereen. Provintien, tot 
Lisbon in 1657 uitgeg., mitsg. de manifestatie van 
de leugenen ende valsheden waarmede het is ver- 
vult. '8 Gravenh. 1659. 4to. (Asher N". 290.) 4. — 

{Manifesto or reasons oj the war between Por- 
tugal and the TJ. Netherl. publ. at Madrid, with a 
Manifesto of its lies. . .) 

With numerous particulars of the mutual grie- 
vances in Brazil etc. 

1985 Manifest van pardon van den Koninck van 
Spaignen aende rebelle Portugesen. Harderwyck, 
1662. 4to. 1.50 

{Manifesto of Pardon of the King of Spain to 
thg rebellious Portuguese.) 

1986 Mann (Jul.) Die Ansiedler in Amerika. Stuttg. 
1845. sd. 8vo. —.60 

1987 Map of the Globe. 1512. 2 sheets, sq. fol. 
38 by 27 centim. — Photolith. facsimile after the 
originals engrav. in wood. 25. — 

These curious maps belong to the almost unique 
■work: Stobnicza, Introductio in Ptholomei Cosmo- 
grapkia. Cracovie. 1512, They are reproduced from 
the copy in the Imperial Library at Vienna, the 
only one in which they occur. See Harrisse, Biblioth. 
Amer. N". 69, 95. — The New-World is drawn as 
a continent, from 50" N. lat. to 400 S. lat. The 
inscriptions are quite illegible with exception of the 
words: „terra incognita." 


1988 Map of the World, by Skb. MUnster. 
1532. 1 sheet, sq. fol. — Pliotolith. facsimiln. 15. — 

liclouging to the Basil editions of Grynaeus, 
Nevus Orbis, 1532, 37, 55, (see N". 1301) in which 
work they are often wanting. 

Only 10 copies struck off. 

1989 by OaoNTius Finabus. 1532. 1 sheet. 

fol. — Pliotolith. facsimile. 15. — 

The map by Finaeus is still rarer than that of 
Miinster. It belongs to the Paris edition of GuY- 
NAEUS, Novus Orbis. (1532). (See N". 1303.) 

Only 10 copies struck off. 

Both these maps are so admirably executed in pho- 
tolithography {procedii-Asser), that, being printed on 
old paper, they defy the scrutiny of the most skil- 
ful investigator. 

1990 Amst., Fred, de Wit. (about 1670). Ig. fol. 

63 by 55. — Coloured. 2.— 

1991 Mappe-monde pour connoitre les progres 
et les conquestes les plus remarquables d. Prov. 
Unies, ainsy que celles d. Corap. d'Orient et 
d'Occident, fol. 46 by 34. — With engraved text on 
the exploits of the Dutch in America, etc. 4. — 

1992 p. de I'lsle, corrigee apres 1. decouv. fai- 

tes p. I'Acad.! de Petersbourg. Ainst. Covens et 
Mortier (about '1750). fol. 65 by 50. 2.— 

1993 Mar del Nort: the coasts of America fromB 
Greenland till the entrance of the Amazon-river."^ 
Amst. 1657. sq. fol. 51 by 41. — Coloured. 
Dutch text on verso. 2.50 

1994 M[arees] (P. D[e]) Beschryvinghe ende 
Historischc verhael van 't Goud Koninckryck v. 
Gunea, anders de Gout-custe de Mina genaemtin 
Africa, met haren gelooven, raanieren, talen en 
ghelegenth. v. Landen, Steden, enz. Amstelr., 
Corn. Claesz., 1602. vellum, sq. 4to. Very fine : )py, 
nearly uncut. (Tiele N". 134.) 'i5.— 

{Description and histor. account of the kiigdom 
of Guitiea rich in gold, also called the Godcoast 
de Mina in Africa, with their creed, manners, 
languages and situation of countries, towns,] etc.) 

First and very rare edition, only twice r<'printed. 
With 21 very good plates and maps, nurab. 1 toH 
20 (N". 9 being double.) A very interesting account ^| 
by one who resided there for years, r^amus says 
miwh of the carelessness of the Lat'4 translation 
given by de Bry, in the ^et. Voy. ^i, but he does 
not mention that the 2 chapvt,/c treating the zoology 
of that region, are entirely omitted, 

1996 Beschryving v. de Goudtkust Guinea, 

alsmede een voyagie naer de selve. Amst., J. Rart- 
gers, 1650. bds. 4to. (Tiele N", 137.) The title wan- 
ting, 5. — 
With 5 plates in the text. Reprint of the edition 
of 1602, but omitting the last 17 pages. — As a 
2d part to this work Hartgers issued in the same 
year a translation of Lopez' description of Congo 
(See N". 1917) at the end of which he gives the 
reprint of five of these omitted pages viz. pp. 120 
to 124 of the original, 
— Marees in French. 1605. — See N». 692, 93. 

Fkedbrik. Mullek & C°., 



1996 Maroo Paolo, Reiaen en beschryving der 
Oostersche Lantschappen, beneflfena de historie der 
Oostereche Lantschappen door Haithon van Ar- 
nienien, ... en de reizen van Nie. Veneius en 
Jeron. van Si. Sieoeti naar d'Indien, als ook een 
verhaal van de verovering van Formosa door de 
Sinezen. Amst., 1644. 4 parts. jyHA plates. 4to. 

{Voyages and description of the Eastern coun- 
tries, with their history by Haithon of Armenia, 
the voyages of Nicolas Venetus and Jeron. of St. 
Steven to India, also an account of the capture of 
Formosa by the Chinese.) 

Complete copy, rare. The separate parts occnr often 
under their special titles. 

1997 Marcy, William Learned, OflScer in the 
War of 1812. Governor of the State of N. Y. 
1833—39. — A. L. S. to the Attorney-General, 
dat. Albany, Febr. 3, 1824. 1 p. 40. 1.50 

1998 Marie (E. v.) De febre flava indiae Occiden- 
talis. Marburgi, 1799. 8vo. 1.25 
Marquard (J.) De jure mercatorum et eom- 
nierc. Francof. 1662. fol. — See N". 179. ArgO- 

1099 Marron (P. H.) RegiPaeifico,LudovlooXVI. 

Paris, 1783. 8vo. —.76 

Ode (in Latin) on the success of the American war. 

2000 Marsh (Wrs. G. P.) Wolfe of the Knoll, and 
other poems. New- York, 1860. cloth. 8vo. 1.— 

Contains an English translation of Tegner's Axel. 

2001 Marshall (H.) Beschreib. d. wildwjichs. 
Baume u. Staudengewachse in N.-Amerika. A. d. 
Engl, von C. F. Hoffmann. Lpz. 1788. hf. cal/.S^ 


2002 Marshall, (J.), Life of General Wasliington, 
First President of the Unit. States. Compiled from 
original Papers, with au introduction on the his- 
tory of the Engl. Colonies in North America. 
Philadelphia, 1804 - 07. 5 vols, portr., calf. 8vo. 

Incomparably the best life of Washington. 

2003 Vie de G. Washington, compos6e sur sea 

m^moirea, precedee d'une histoire dea colonies 
Anglaises en Am«5rique Septentr. Trad, de FAngl. 
p. P. F. Henry. Paris, 1807. 5 vols, calf gilt. 
8vo. and atlas of 16 maps and plates. 4to. 6, — 

2004 Paris, 1807. Jllas separately. 4to. 1.25 

2005 The same. Paris, 1840. 4tlas separately. 

4to. 1.25 

2006 Leven van Geo. Washington. Uit het 

Eng. Haarlem, 1805-1809. 10 vols. sd. Portr. of 
W., maps ahd plates. 8vo. 4.5t) 

{Dutch translation of Marshall's Life of Was- 

2007 The same. 10 vols. 8vo. kf. cloth, and 

1 vol. of plates and maps, in-4to. hf. cloth. 4.50 

2008 Atlas in 4to. separately, hf bd. 1.25 

2009 Official letters to the Honor. Ameri- 

can Congress, written during the war between 
the United Colonies and Great-Britain. New- 
York, Sam. Campbell, 1796. 2 vola. calf gilt. 8vo. 

OaieiNAL EDITION, Very rare. The London re- 
print, published by Cadell, bears the date of 1795. — 
Sec Rich p. 392. 

2010 Marshall, John, Atner. Statesman, Minister 
to France, author of the Life of Washington. — 
A. L. S. to Mr. Woodbury, dat. Richmond, Dec. 
16, 182-5. 1 p. 4<». 5.— 

Thanks Sir. \V. on receiving his speech on the 
Judiciary Bill. (Delivered 11 Apr. 1826.) 

2011 Autograph Signature. 1-50 

2012 Autograph Address to the famous Cuvier. 

2013 Marsillac (J.) La vie de Gnill. Penn, fonda- 
teur de la Pennsylvanie, contenant Thistorique des 
premiers fondements de Philadelphie, etc. Paris, 
1791. 2 vols. sd. 8vo. 2.25 

2014 Martels (A. v.) Briefe uber die westlichen 
Theile der Verein. Staaten von Nord-Amerika. 
Osnabriick, 1834. bds. map of Missouri. 8vo. 2. — 

From the library of the Duke Bernard von Saxen- 

2015 Martens (Fred.) Nauwkeurige beschryvinge 
van Greenland of Spitsbergen, waer in de Wal- 
visch-vangst . . . duydelijk wordt aangewesen, etc. 
Amsterd., 1710. vellum, 4 plates, one of which title 
plate. 4to. 3. — 

{Accurate description of Greenland or Spilsberg, 
in which the whale fishery is clearly described.. 

At the end a poetical description of the house- 
holding of the Greenlandish ships and the whale 
fishery (pp. 75-88.) 

2016 The same. Dordrecht, E. Walpot (1760?) 

hf bd., same plates. 4to. °- — 

2017 — ^ The same, other edition. Dordrecht, J5F» 
Walpot, (1760?) hf. bd. uncut, same plates. 4to. — 
Rare. 5. — 

This edition differs from the preceding two. It 
contains instead of "House-holding" (pp. 75—88) 
an accoant of a voyage of Montauban, Capt. of tite 
Freebooters, on the coast of Guinea, in 1695. 

2018 The same. Amst., Abr. Corttelit, 1770. hf 

bd , same plates. 4to. 3- — 

With the relation of Montauban, as in the pre- 

In all these 4 editions will be found an interesting 
instruction for the equipment of the vessels destined 
to the whalefishery. — The first Dutch translation 
of 1685 of Martens' voyage see infra N«. 2022. 

2019 Martin (R. Montgomery)' History of the 
British Colonies. 2d edition. London, 1835. 5 vols. 
cloth, maps. 8vo. (48. — ) 15. — 

Vol. I. Asia. — II. West-Indies. — III.North- 
Amerioa. — IV, Africa and Australia. — V. Kurope. 

2020 Statistics of the Colonies of the British 



Empire in the West [ndies, South and North 
America, Asia, Austral-Asia, Africa and Europe, 
Lend. 1839. maps and engrav., seals, clotk.Toy.8y 0. 


2021 Martiniere. Voyage des pays septentrionaux 
(Norvege, Lapponie, Gronlande, etc.) Dans lequel 
se voit les moeurs, raaniere de vivre et supersti- 
tions des Norwegiiiens, Lappons, Syberiens, Sa- 
mojedes, Zembliens, Islandois. Paris, 1671. calf, 
engrav. 8vo. 5. — 

The voyage of Martiniere is rare. 

2022 Nouveau Voyage du Nort, dana lequel 

on voit les moeurs, etc. Amst., E. Roger (1700 ?) 
plates, vellum. 8vo. (A small wormhole in the un- 
der margin.) 3.60 

Reprint of the foregoing work. 

2023 De Noordsche Weereld , vertoond in 

2 reysen v. Martiniere en F. Martens door Lap- 
land, Siberie, IJsland, Groenlaad en Nova-Zembla, 
na Spitsbergen of Groenlaud in 't jaar 1671 Vert, 
door S. de Vries. Amst. 1685. vellum, plates. 4to. 

{The Northern world, shown in two voyages of 
Martiniere and Martens through Lapland, Siberia, 
Iceland, Greenland etc.) 

2024 Martini (Mart.) H. J., Historia om thet 
Tartariske Kryget uthi Konungaryket Sina, sampt. 
theras Seder. . . . Men forswenskat aff Ambr. Ni- 
delberg. Wijsingzborg, 1674. 6ds. 4to. 19.— 

Swedish translation from the Latin edition, Am- 
stelod. 1655. 

Of GREAT RAfiiTY, belonging to the Collection of 
Voyages, printed at Wysingzborg. The copy is slightly 
stained and a few wurmholes in the margins. 

2025 Martinique. — View of the island when 
attaaued by the Dutch fleet, 1674. Fine Dutch 
engraving (lb75). o^. iol. 2.50 

2026 Insula Matanico vulgo Martanico, in lu- 

cem edita p. N. Visscher, nunc apud P. Schenk 
Jan. (Amst, about 1720). sq. fol. 3.— 

With indications of the habitations and the na- 
mes of the propinetors. 

2027 Map after the surveys of Houel and Delisle 

by -PA. Buache. Amst., J. Covens et C. Mortier (about 
1740). sq. fol. Coloured. 3.— 

With plan of the harbours, indications of all the 
dwellingplaces, sugar-mills, the names of the pro- 
prietors, etc. 

2028 Colour, map. Amst., Is. Tirion (1765). fol. 

37 by 31. 1.— 

2029 Martius (C P. Ph. de) Flora Brasiliensis. 
Stuttg. 1833. Tom. I, H, 1. — 2 vols. 8vo. 

(6.-) 3.50 

2030 Von dem Rechtszustande unter den Urein- 

wohnern Brasilicas. Muuchen, 1832. sd., uncut, 
map. 4to. 1.50 

2031 Martyr ab Angleria (Petrus) De rebus 
Oceanis et Orbe Novo decades tres etc. Basiliae, 

7 title ■ 

ap. Joa. Bebelium, 1533. The margins of the 

mended. — 
Grynaei, Novus Orbis Regionutn ae Insularura 

veteribus incognitarutn. Paris, a-p Galeotnm a Praio, 

(1532). (No map) — In 1 vol. calf. fol. 50.— 

Harrisse No. 176 and No. 172. — This edition 
of Angleria contains, besides a reprint of the very 
scarce edition of Alcala 1516, pp. 68—75. "De in- 
sulis nuper inventis et de moribus incolarum," and 
pp. 76 — 92. "De legatione Babylonica." The work 
is one of the most valuable sources for the history of 
the discovery of America, the author being at once 
the friend of Columbus, Vespnccius and Cabot. — For 
Grynaeus see N". 1301 — 10. 

2032 Martyr ab Angleria (Petrus) De rebus 
Oceanicis et Novo Orbe decades tres ; item de 
Babylonica Legatione : item de rv'ibus Aethiopicis 
opuscula Damiani a Goes. Coloniae, 1574. vellum. 
8vo. (Stamp on the title.) 9. — 

2033 The same. Fine copy in vellum with the 

date of 1654 on the binding. 12. — 

2034 Mason (John) Brief History of thePequot War, 
1637. With an Introduction and soiue explanato- 
ry notes, by Thom. Prince. Boston, 1736. — Re- 
printed New York, Sabin, 1869. sd. S^. 3,— 

2035 Massa, Isaac, bom 1587. Dutch merchant in 
Russia, and author of the very interesting pam- 
phlet on Hudson's discoveries, the early voyages 
to the North- Pole, etc. — Autograph signa- 
ture, with his motto : „in coelis Massa", on the 
back of a Dutch historical plate. — Unique. 


2036 Beschryvinghe van der Samoyeden landt 

in Tartarian. Amst., 1612. 4to. 350. — 

{Description of the Land of the Samoids.) 
This important and rare tract is inserted in the 
collection of Hessel Gerritsz on the North. See for 
the original Dutch edition of the famous Detectio 
Freii, NO. 1425, for the translation in Latin N«. 1493, 
and in German N". 2060. 

2037 Facsimile Reproduction of the Dutch edi- 
tion of 1612, the Latin edition of 1613, with a 
new English translation, and historical introduc- 
tion. Amst., 1875. 4to. — See N*. 925. 25.- 

2038 Isaac Massa van Haarlem. Historische 

studie van A. v. d. Linde. Amsterd., 1864. 8vo. 

{Isaac Massa from Haarlem. Historical essay.) 

2039 Massachusetts. — Constitution of the State 
of Massachusetts, adopted 1780, with the amend- 
ments annexed. Boston, 1822. hf. bd. 8vo. 1.50 

2040 Matelief de Jonge (Corn.) Historiale ende 
ware Beschryvinghe v. de reyse naer de 0. Indie 
uytgetrocken in Mayo 1605. Mitsgaders de bele 
ger. voor Malacca, als oock den slach teghen de 
Portug. Armade. Rott., Jan Janssz., 1608. 4to. 
(Tiele N". 165.) 12.— 

{History and true description of- the voyage to 
the E.-Ind. begun in May 1606. Jfith the siege 




of Malacca and the »ea-fiijht against the Portug. 

This account was written by the Admiral himself ^ 
a more eitensive account was published in the same 
year, but later than this (see foil. N".) 

2041 Matelief de Jonge (Corn.) Breeder verhael 
van tghene d. Adm. Corn. Mateliet de Jongre, in 
0. Ind. voor de stadt Malacca wedervarea is; als 
oock de vreessel. strydt ter zee tussehen il. Adm. 
en de Portug. Rett., Jan Jansz,, 1608. bds. 4to. 
(Tieie N^. 1 66c.) f^ery rare. 8.— 

(Larger account of what occurred to the Adm. 
C. M. Junior before the city of Malacca, and the 
horrible sea-fight with the Portuguese.) 

This account was written by a clerk of the fleet 
(no other than Jacq. THeremite.) It is not in de 
Bry's collection. Hulsius combined this and the 
preceding account into one, and published it in his 
10th part. 

2042 Histor. verhael v. de Reyse naer 0. Ind. 

en China met 11 schepen, v. 1605—8. (Amst, 
1646.) bds. sq. 4to. 4.— 

{Histor. account of the voyage to E. I. and 
China with 11 ships, etc.) 

With 1 1 plates ; no separate title. Forms part of 
the collection: Begin en Voortgangh (N". 272,) To 
the voyage of Matelief (pp. 1 to 139) 2 letters of 
J. I'Heremite Junior to his father (pp. 140 to 187) 
are added. Only edition with these supplements. 

2043 Journael en hist, verhael v. de Reyse 

aaar 0. Indien en China met 11 schepen, v. 1605 
tot 1608. Amst., J . Rartgers, 1648. 4to. In orig. 
wrapper. (Tiele N". 167.) 5.— 

(Journal and hist, account of the voyage to E. I. 
and China with 11 ships from 1605 to 1608.) 

With 1 pi. in 6 divisions. - Reprint of the pre- 
ceding edition, but without the supplem. 

2044 Matham (Adrien), Voyage an Maroc (1640— 
41.) Journal de |voyage public pour la premiere 
fois, avec notice biograph. de I'auteur, introd. et 
notes, par Ferd. de Helhvald. La Haye, 1866. 
8vo, 1,25 

2045 Mather, Cotton, one of the most renowned 
Divines of New England, Minister at Boston 
1684—1728, author of the Magnalia Christi Ame- 
ricana. — Autogr. Sermon on Eph. I, 14. dat. 
May 15, 1702. 8 pp. 80. 40,— 

2046 Liber Fsalmorum (Hebraicecum ver- 

sione Latina), editus a Joh. Leusden. Londini, 
sumptibus Sam. Smith, 1688. vellum. 12mo. 45. — 

Of the utmost rarit?. 

Hebrew and Latin text opposite. With dedicace 
to "D. Crescendo Maihero, Verbi Diviui Ministri 
„ Vigilant., atqne Collegii Harvardini, quod est Can- 
"tabrigiae Nov-Anglorum Rectori et Doctori ceieber- 
nrimo ac Honorand., conversionem Indorum, in Ame- 
•rica {una cum viginti qualaor, nuper Gentilibus, sed 
"jam Christianis Pastoribus) feliciter proraoventi . . . 
-April 1688." 

Second edition with Latin text, uniform with the 


edition Hebrew- English, with almost the same dedi- 
cacfl as to John Eliot, and 24 converted Indians 
ordained minister of the Gospel. I^ondon. 1688. Tliis 
valuable record of the early progress of Christianity 
among the Indians of New England is not msn- 


— Both editions are printed at Utrecht, however 
they bear the address of London; both cor respondend 
in size and form of the Hebrew text — J. Leusden 
W3S Professor at the University at Utrecht. 

2047 Mather, Cotton, Hebreua Psalmboeck. (The 
same, Hebraice cum versione Belgica), ed. a Joh. 
Leusden. Utrecht, 1688. old calf. 12mo. 6.— 

Hebrew and Dutch text opposite. In the Dutch 
preface the author tells "that he published this second 
"edition also with English text opposite, specially, 
"because there is such an opening for the Euangelium 
"in Boston; there are 24 Indian and 4 English mi- 
"uistcr of the Gospel, as him is reported by Cresc. 
"Mather us, etc." 

The copy is somewhat stained. 

2048 Matthaei (C. Chr.) Untersuchung iiber das 
gelbe Fieber. Hannover, 1827. 2 vols, bds., map. 
8vo. 2.50 

2049 Maundevile (J.) Voiage and travaile, which 
treateth of the way to Hierusalem and of the 
marvayles of Inde, with other ilands and coun- 
tryes. Reprinted from the edition of 1725. with 
an introduction, notes and glossary by J. 0. RaU 
liwell. London, 1839, cloth, woodcuts. 8vo. 5. — 
— Maurice (John) of Nassau, Governor of 
Brazil, see .- Nassau. 

2050 Maximilian (Prinz von Wied-Neuwied), 
Reise nach Brasilien. Frankfurt a, M, 1820 — 21. 
2 vols. bds. uncut, roy. 4to. With Mlas^ 2 parts in 
1, cont. 22 plates and 3 >naps. roy. fol. 

(78.—) 18.— 
Extraordinary copy on large vellum paper, with 
the 19 vignettes printed on separate leaves; in the 
ordinary copies they are printed in the text. 

2051 May (Caroline) The American female Poets : 
with biographical, and critical notices. Philad. 
1865. cloth, gilt edges. 8vo. (8.40) 3.25 

2052 Mayer (D.) Neu aufgerichteter Americanischer 
Mayerhof, das ist: Schwere Arbeiten u. reiffe 
Seelen-Friichten. . . gesammelt in neu aufgerich- 
teten Missionen in America. Augspurg, 1747. calf. 
8vo. 3.— 

Missionary accounts from Peru. 

2053 Mayer (De) Les Ligues Achdenne, Suisse et 
Hollandaise, et la Revolution des Etats Unis de 
TAmdrique, compardes ensemble. Gendve, 1777. 
2 vols, in 1. calf. 8vo. 2.~ 

2054 The same. Gen. et Paris, 1787. 2 vols. 

hf. cf 8vo, 2.— 

2055 Mayr (Jo.) Epitome Cronicorum seculi mo- 
derni, d, i. : Kurtzer Begriflf und Inhalt aller ge- 
denckwiirdigen Saehen, so von 1500 bisz zu dem 
1604 Jar Christi, autl d. gantzen Erdenkreisz . . . 



verlanffen. Jetzt dnrch d. Anthorn selbst corrig., 
mit vilen Ilistorien, sonderlicA d. Netoen Welt Ame- 
■ 'ricae, und Ost-Indien verraehret. Miinchen, 1604. 
map on the title; stamped pigskin, with clasps. 4to. 
399 pp. 9.— 

2056 [Mazzei] Recherches historiques et polit. sur 
lea Etats-Unis de rAmerique Septentr., par un 
Citoyea de Virginie. Avec quatre lettres d'un 
Bourgeois de New-Haven sur I'unite de la legis- 
lation (par Condorcet). Colles et Paris, 1788. 

■";4 vols. hf. Id. 8vo. 4.— 

2057 Memorial of the inhabitants of Mauritius 
setting forth their sufferings etc . . . with a nar- 
rative of the events in the colonies during the 
year 1832. Lond. 1833. 8vo. 1.- 

2058 Mediator (The), an English man of war, 
(Captain Luttrel), puts to flight 3 out of 5 French 
ships. 1782. D. Serves px., engrav. by R. Pollard. 
2 plates (N". 1, ^J). sq. fol. 3.- 

2059 Medal (Satyrical) on the English Leopard, 
strangled by the American Serpent, fine French 
engraving. 1780. sm. Fol. 2.50 

2060 Megiser (Hieron.) Septentrio Novantiquus, 
Oder die newe ISort-Welt, das ist : Grundliche vnd 
warhaflte Beschreibung aller MitternJichtigen vnd 
Nortwerts gelegenen Landen u. Insulen, so vnsern 
Vorliahren . . . vnbekandt gewesen. . . Sampt Rela- 
tion welcher gestalt in 1612. . . eine newe Schif- 
farth nach der China gegen Nortwerts, vnd eine 
unsegliche grosse Landschaft in... der Magel- 
lanica erfunden worden. Leipzig> 1613. vellum, 
12 maps and plates. 8vo. Fine copy, one leaf of the 
index slightly damaged. 22.50 

A rare and very interesting collection of voyages 
to the North, including also some information of 
America, especially Virginia. Not mentioned by 
Rich, Tromel, Stevens etc. — Contains a. o. : Trans- 
lation of Blefkenius' work on Iceland and Green- 
land, the voyage of Nic. and A. Zvno to the 
North, and a voyage of I'^risish fishers to the West- 
Indies. — ^ Voyage of P. Quirinus to tiie North in 
1431. — Description of Virginia. With plate. — 
Description of the Devil's Island near New-Feange, 
with map. — Description if the Northern Coun- 
tries, Moscovy etc., including a translation of the 
exceedingly rare Dutch description of the country of 
the Samoids in Tartary, by Is. Massa. Anist. 1612. 
(See iN». 2036.) -— Discovery of a North- West pas- 
sage to China, with an account of Hudson's voyage, 
etc. — Of the newly discovered countries in the 
Magellanica. With P. F. de Quir's Supplication to 
the King of Spain. With a plate. 

In the same volume is bound: H. Megistr, Be- 
schreibung der vberaussreicben Insul Madagascar. 
Ibid. (1623.) fFilh a map and 7 plates. — The 
larger part of this work (viz. pp. 75-177) is fil- 
led with a dictionary of the language of Madagascar. 
This part has as separate title, uotwithstandiBg the 
paging goes on. 

2061 Meidinger (H.) Die Britischen Celonien in 
Australien. Frankf., 1860. map. 8vo. — .60 

2062 Mela (PomponiUS) De totius orbis descrip- 
tione. Nunquam antea citra montes impressus. 
(Edid. God. Torenus.) Paris., Impr. per Aegidium 
Gormuntium et per Torinum Bituricum recognitum, 
1507. h/. calf. 4t0. Very fine copy. 18.— 

On the title the printer's mark of Jean Petit, on 
the last leaf that of Gilles de Gourmont. — Very 
scarce. A copy was sold with : Sacrobasto, Opus 
sphericnm 1507- at fl. 82. — at Enschede's sale in 

2063 De orbis situ libri IH, cum commentariis 

Joach. Vadiani. Accedit Epistola Vadiani ad Rud. 
Agricolam. Lutetiae Paris., 1530. half bound, fol. 

Harrisse N". 157. — The present copy has one 
leaf not mentioned in Harrisse's collation. After 
pag. 196 and before the unnumbered leaf for a title 
there is still another nnnnmbered leaf: Joachimus 
Vadianus Helvetius candi'lo Lectori, the verso blank. 
— See for America the Epistle to Agricola. 

2064 The same. A. Schottus recensuit et il- 

lustr. Antv. ex off. C. Plantini. 1582. — Geogra- 
phiea et hist. Herodoti quae Latine Mela exscrip- 
sit ed. A. Schottus. ibid. 1582. IVith a fine map 
of the fForld by A. Ortelics. 1 vol. vellum. 4to. 


2065 The same. Cum I. Vossii obaervat. Hagae 

Com. 1658. 2 vols, in 1. vellum. 4tO. ^'"^ 

2066 The same. Cam notis Varioram edioS 

A. Gronovius. Ed 2a. Lugd. Bat. 1748. vellum, 
figg. 8vo. 2.— 

2067 The same. Cum notis crit. etexeget. Va 

riorum edid, C. H. Tzschucke. Lipsiae, 1807 . 
3 vols, in 7. 8vo. (40.—) 10.— 

2068 Melish (J.) Geographical description of the 
United States. 3d ed. Philad. 1818. 4 maps. hf. 
calf. 8vo. 1.50 

2069 Traveller's Directory through the United 

States, with a calendar. 5th edit. Philad. 1819. 
2 large and 4 smaller mapi, calf sm. 8vo. 1.50 

2070 Melton (Edw.) Zeldzame en gedenkwaard. 
zee- ea landreizen door lOgypten, West-lndien, 
Persieu enz. Vertaald uit de eigene brieven van 
den Heer Melton. Amst. J. ten Room, 1681. vel- 
lum, many plates. 4to. (Asher N". 16.) 6.— 

(Curious and memorable voyages and travels 
through Eyifpt, the West-Indies, Persia, etc. Trant-^ 
luted from the original letters of Mr. Melton.) I| 

2071 The same. 2d edition. Amst., Jan Verja- 

ger, 1702. vellum. 4to. (Asher N". 17.) 5.— 

Exact reprint, with addition of a new preface. 

Contains besides an account of Virginia, Florida, 
Cuba, Haiti, Panama and Jamaica, a very detailed 
description of New-Netherland. This description is 
rendered still more important by the circumstance 
that Melton was at New- York iu 1668. — Confer : 
Asher s Essay ^ N". 17. 

Fkederik Muij.«e & C, 



2072 Melton (Edw.) Zee- en Landreizfin (West- 
Indische) door do Caribische eylandcn, Nieuio-Ne- 
derland, Virginia, en de Spaansche West-lndien. 
Beschryviag der invvoonderen, zeden en gewoon- 
ten, wreedhedea d. Araeric. Zeeroovera etc. Amst. 
1705. 4to. JFiiA plates. Very rare. (Asher N». 18.) 

( Weit-lndian voyages and Travels through the Ca- 
rdibic islands, New-Netfi^rland, Virginia^ and the 
Spanish IF est- Indies.) 

The description of New-Netherland on pp. 16 — 46. 
— The work is a reprint of the second part of 
Melton (pp. 121 — 225), with several cleverly drawn 
plates ; those on New-Netherland are imitations of 
ihe plates in D. P. Je Vries. — It is infinitely 
more scarce^ than the preceding editions of Melton. 

2073 Memoire sur la decouverte de la cote Sud- 
Ouest de la Nouvelle-Hollaude, qu de la Terre 
Flinders, de la Terre Napoleon, et de la Terre 
Grant. (1815.) map. 8vo. - Extr. 1.50 

2074 Memoires de la Societe Roy. des Antiquai- 
rea du Nord, 1840-43. Section Americaine. Co- 
peuh. 1843, sd. 19 plates. 8vo. 3. — 

Contains; Rafo, Memoire s. la decouverte de 
I'Amerique. — Histoire Ante-colombienne de I'Arae- 
rique. — Astrouomical evidence from the site of 
Viuland, etc. See vfi. 34. 

2075 Memoria apologetia do Arcebispo da Bahia 
... em resposta a uin opusculo do D. Man. do 
Monte Kodrigues di Araujo, Bispo do Kio de Ja- 
neiro, aobre a questae : A qual dos dois Prelados 
competia fazer a ceremonia de sagra9ao do meamo 
Auguato Seohor. Bahia. 1842. 8vo. 145 pp. 2.50 

2076 Memorials of the Empire of Japon, in the 
16 and 17 centuriea. Edited, with notea, by 
Thorn. Rundall. Lond., 1850 map and 5 fac-»m., 
cloth. 8vo. 6.— 

Published by the Hakluyt Society. 

2077 Memorias de litteratura Portugueza, publi- 
cadaa pela Academia Keal daa SciencLas de Lia- 
boa. Lisboa, 1792—1814. 8 vols. sd. uncut. 4to. 

The 8th volume contains the following articles : 
Ribeiro dos Santos, Memoria sobre dois mappas ge- 
► ograf. do Infante D. Pedro. — S. F. de Mendo 

2'rigoiQ, Eosayo sobre os descubrimeutos e commer- 
cio dos Portuguczes em as Terras Septentrionaes da 
America. — A Rib. dos Santos, Memoria sobre a 
novidade da navega9ao Portugueza no seculo XV. — 
Mendo Trigozo, Memoria sobre Martim de Bohemia. 

2078 Memorias di Instituto da ordcra doa Advo- 
gadoa Braaileiros. la serie. Rio de Janeiro. 1843. 
8vo. 1.— 

2079 Memorie aen de ... Staten Qenerael der 
Vereenighde Nederlanden ... 18 July 1668. No 
place. 4to. 3. — 

{Memorial to the ... Slates General of the Uni- 

Request of the West-India Company to prolongate 


the Patent, to effect the Treaty with the King of 
Portugal in 166 1 on Brazil, and to pay the subsi- 
dies in arrears. — Not in Asher's Essay. 

2080 Memorie van consideratien van Bewindheb- 
beren der W. I. Comp. indien deeze zoude moe- 
ten worden gediasoiveerd. 1791. fol. 1.50 

(^Considerations of the Directors of the IF. I. C. 

on its dissolution.) 

2081 Mendoza (,J. Gonzalez de) History of the 
. . . Kingdome of China, and the situation thereof. 
Transl. out of Spanish by R. Parke. Lond., /. 
IFolfe, 1588. Black letter, hf. calf, sm. 4to. 10.— 

First edition. Fery rare, made at the instance of 
Hakluyt, with the translator's dedication to Thomas 
Candis'h. — This copy wants pp. 193—196, 271 — 
274, 357—364; the title is a little mended and 
same leaves slightly stained. 

2082 Thq same. Reprinted, edited by Geo. T. 

Staunton. With an introduction by R. H. Major. 
Lond. 1853. Vol. I. cloth. 8vo. 6.— 

Published by the Hakluyt Society. 

2083 Histoire du grand royaume de la Chine, 

situe aux Indes orientales, divisee en deux parties. 
Ensemble un Itineraire du Nouveau Monde, et le 
descouvrement du Nouveau-Mexique en 1583- Trad, 
par Luc de La Porte. Paris, Nic. Dufosse. 1589. 
old calf. 8vo. 15.— 

L'itineraire du Nonveau-Monde se tronve ff. 240 
et suiv. 

2084 Hiatoire dn grand, royaume de la Chine 

aitue aux Indes Orientales. Plus trois voyages fiaita 
vers iceluy en Tan 1577, 1579 et 1581. Ensemble 
un Itineraire du Nouveau Monde, et le descouvre- 
ment du Nouveau-Mexique en 1583. Eouen, Nico- 
las Angot, 1614. hf. cloth gilt. 8vo. 8.-- 

2085 Menezez Conde da Ericeyra (L. de) 
Hiatoria de Portugal restaurado. Lisboa, Joa. Gal- 
rao, 16Z9. Vol. I. fol. calf. At ihe end a little stai- 
ned by toater. 17. — 

This volume comprises the years 1640—56, and 
is of the highest interest for the history of the Por- 
tuguese colonies in America, and the wars in Brazil 
with the Dutch. 

The second volume appeared in 1698: and in that 
time already the first volume had become so scarce 
that it was thought necessary to reprint it, which 
has been done in 1710. It is for this reason, that 
most of the copies, have not the 1st volume in the 
original edition of 1679. 

2086 Uistoria de Portugal restaurado. Lisboa, 

J). Rodrigues, 1751—59. 4 vols. Spanish calf. 4to. 

New and complete edition of this invaluable work. 
It embraces the years 1640—1668, just the most 
important time for the affairs of the Portugaese co- 
lonies in America. 

2087 Mentzelius, Ch., Index nominum plantarum 
universalis, Europ., Asiat, African, et Americano- 
rum. Ace. Pugillus plant, rarior., e. iadic. plant, 



nonnull. Brasiliae. Berol. 1682. WHk i2 pi. vellum. 
fol. 3.75 

2088 Mercator, Ger., Atlas sive Cosmograpliicae 
meditationes de fabrica mundi et fabricati figura. 
Denuo anetus. Edit. 4a. Amsterodami, J/ed. Hon- 
dius. 1619. vellum. IFith porlr. of Mercator and 
Hondius, and 156 coloured maps. fol. — Text in 
French. Very rare. — Fine copy. 25.— 

This edition of the celebrated Atlas of Mercator 
is not the fourth (which appeared 1613) as the title 
says, hut the seventh. It contains 105 maps by 
Mercator and 51 by Hondius a. o., amongst which 

9 maps of America: Mappemundi ; General map with 
special ones of Cuba, Haiti and tlie Gidf of Mexico; 
General map with ethnographical figures, f. i. : Na- 
vicula Floridanorum, Modus conficiendi et bibendi 
potum apud Amer., etc.; Arctic regions with Green- 
land; Hispania Nova; Virginia and Florida, on 
which the naked figures of the King and Queen of 
Florida (with the rather superfluous remark: »Plebi 
non muHum ab his differunV')^ Civitatum Floridae 
et Virginiae formae^ and some historical annotations ; 
the West-Indies : 5 maps on one sheet, with plan 
of Havana ; S. America with plan of Cusco ; Fretum 

On Mercator's maps appeared for the first time 
crescent degrees. 

2089 Mercatoris, Ger., et J. Hondii, Atlas sive 

Cosmographicae meditationes de fabrica mundi et 

fabricati figura. Emendatae et de novo in lucem 

editae. Arastelod., H. Hondius. 1630. russia, gilt 

edges. With the same portr. and 163 coloured maps. 

io\. 20.— 

Eleventh edition of Mercator's Atlas with the same 

maps on America and Latin text. — Of the 163 

maps of this edition 105 are by Mercator and 58 

by Hondius. 

2090 Atlas Novus, sive descriptio geographica 

totius Orbis Terrarum. Anisterd. 1633. 2 vol. hf. 
calf. 238 maps and frontispieces, all finely coloured, 
many of them with portraits, coats of arms, etc. 
fol. .30.— 

Contains besides the maps of the preceding edition 

10 new ones of America: Virginia; Island of Ber- 
muda; Venezuela; Grenada; Gujana; Peru; Brazil; 
Paraguay and Kio de la Plata; Chili; and a new 
and much more correct map of Strait Magellan and 
Strait Le Maire, bearing the note (in Latin and 
Dutch): 1 Descriptionem hanc novam freti Magel- 
lanici nobis communicavit Bernardus Joannis (Pot- 
gieter) Monasteriensis, qui novem ?nenses in pera- 
gratione huius freti impendit sub duce ISebalbi de 

Waerdt." This note is the only indication that the 
writer of the narrative of de Weert's Voyage was 
called Potgieter and is the same person as this na- 

The text to the maps is quite new and gives an 
account of the latest geographical discoveries, which 
are all incorporated in the work. It speaks of the 
war of the Dutch in Brazil, the capture of Olinda, 
the English Colonies in N. America, etc. 

Of the 238 maps of this edition only 87 are by 
Mercator^ those by Hondius, a. o. having increased 
to the number of 151. 

2091 Mei'catoris, Ger., et J. Hondii, Atlas 
{German Text.) Amsterd. 1633. 2 vols, 160 
coloured maps, gilt edges, fol. — Title of the \st 
part from the French edition, — title of the 2d part 
and pp. 465 — 525 {the Netherlands with 13 maps) 
wanting. 15. — 

This German edition contains 160 maps, of which 
6 on America: Mappamnnde, general map (different 
from the 3 before mentioned editions and much more 
correct), Virginia, Peru, Brazil, Strait of Magellan, 
the same as in the Latin and French editions of 
1633. — 12 later maps of Kussia, Transsylvania, 
Hungary, etc., publ. by de Leth, Schenk, a. o. are 
inserted in this copy. 

2092 Atlas minor. Arasterod., J. Hondius. 1610. 

684 pp. 150 maps, vellum, sq. 40. 15. — 

First and very rare edition of the Atlas minor, 
printed at Dordrecht by Anr. Bottius. whose prin- 
ters-mark on the last page. — The following maps 
relate to Amer. Geography; Map of the World, 
America, Amer. Meridion., Arctic regions with Green- 
land, Virginia and Florida, W. India-Islands (6 maps 
on 1 sheet), Hispania nova. Strait of Magellan. — 
The descriptive text is in Latin. 

Of this once very popular Atlas minor more than 
20 editions appeared, with text in all languages, 
even one in Turkish by Moustafa ben Abdalla. 

2093 Atlas minor. Amst., J. Janssonius. 1621. 

763 pp. 140 maps, vellum, sq. 4". 10. — 

First edition with Dutch text (by E. Brinck). 
Black letter. The maps — engraved by A. Goos 
and F. Kaerius — widely differ from those in the 
Latin edition of 1610. They have been reproduced 
in the 2d Dutch edition of 1630 and in the Latin 
of 1634. Following maps relate to America; Map 
of the World; General map of America; Arctic re- 
gions (Greenland, Labrador etc.); Nova Hispania; 
Virginia and Florida; the West-Indian-lslauds, South 
America; Fretum Magellanicum and Le Maire. j 

2094 The same, 2d edition. Amsterdam. J, /an*-* 

sonius. 1630. vellum. 4*^. — Fine copy. 10. — 

Only the printed part of the engraved title changed. 

2095 Atlas minor. Amst, J. Janssonius. 1634. 

vellum, sq. 4". — Fine copy. 8. — 

Latin edition with the same maps as in the pre- 
ceding Dutch. 

2096 Atlas minor, d. i. Beschreibung der gant- 

zen Weldt. Amstelod., /. Janssonius. 1651. 2 vol. 
sq. 4". 211 maps. — Uncut. 12. — 

This German edition contains besides the 140 maps 
of the Dutch edition 1628, 71 more, amongst which 
5 American maps : Nova Granada and Popayan, 
Peru, Brazil, Kio de la Plata and Paraguya, Chili. 

2097 Atlas sive Cosmographicae meditationes, 

etc. Amsterod., Joh. Cloppenburg. 1632. vellum gilt. 
178 maps. Large, sq. 4". — Fine copy. 10.— 

Feedeeik Muller & C., 



Besides a general map of America, this edition 
contains 10 special ones, amongst which 2 of Vir- 
ginia, all reduced copies after those in Mercator's 
large Atlas, with descriptive text in Latin. 

2098 Mercatoris, Ger., vita (a Gualt. Ghymnico 
conscripta) ac epitaphia. Dedicatio ad Elizabetani, 
reg. Angliani, etc. Rain. Mercatoris, 1595. etc. 
8 leaves; preliminaries of the edition of G. Mer- 
cator's Atlas ot 1633. large fol. 2.50 

2099 Mercure Francois, ou Suitte de Thistoire 
de 1005 a 1623. Paris, 1611—1636. Tom, 2, 3, 5, 
10, 13, 14, 18, 19. — in all 9 vols. French veUum. 
8vo. 24.— 

These odd volumes of a highly valuable historical 
review, rarely to be met in complete sets, are by far 
the most interesting of all for American history. A 
few extracts from these volumes will show their im- 

Tom. II. 1608. Difficultes des HoUandois et Es- 
pagnols sur la navigation aux Indes Orient, et Oc- 
cident. — Djs colonies que les Anglois ont mene en 
la Virginie ceste Annee. — Voyages faicts en la 
Nouvelle France ou Canada. — Tom. III. 1612 — 
15. 2e edit. Navigations des Holandois, Anglois et 
Fran9ois (au detroit des Waaygats, en Chine en Ma- 
ragnan. — Retour de Rassilly en France et des 
Toupinambovs qu'il amena a Paris. — Description de 
I'isle de Maragnao, la clef du Bresil, etc. — Anglois 
de la Virginie desfaicts par les Espagnols. — ^'om. 
V. 1617. Des terres Australes et des voyages faits 
pour les decouvrir. — Voyage de Isaac Lemaire et 
Gnil.. Schouten. — Reqneste du Capt. Ferd. de Quir, 
sur la decouverte de la 5me partie du monde ou 
terre Australe. — Tom. X. 1618. Des Voyages de 
Pont Grave et de Cbumplain an Canada. — Tom. 
XIII. 1G24. Combat naval entre les HoUandois et 
les Espagnols devant Lima. — Prise de la baye de 
toas les Saints. — Tom. XIX. 16S3. Relation de 
ce qui c'est passe en la Nouvelle France ou Canada; 
autre relation du sieur Champlain. 100 pp. 

The vols, here and there somewhat stained ; Tom. 
V without binding, title damaged. 

2100 Merourius. — a. HoUantseMercuriushistorisch- 
wys vervatende hct voornaeinste in Cliristenitjck 
voorgevallen van 1650-1690. Haerlem. 1651—91. 
40 vols, vellum, plates and portraits. 4to. 60. — 

{The Dutch Mercury historically containing the 
most remarkable events from 1550 — 90.) 

b. Europische Mercurius, door E. V. Amsterd., 1691 — 
1756. 67 vols, vellum^ plates atid portraits. 4to. 

{The European Mercury etc.) 

c. Maandeiyksche Nederlandsche Mercnrios: Aaist., 
1756—1790. 69 vols, plates and portraits. 4to. 

{Monthly Butch Mercury.) 

d. Staatkundige Historie van Holland en Maandcl. 
Nederl. Mercurius. Amst. 1801- 1806. 6 vols. 
4to. 15.— 

{Political History of Holland and Monthly Dutch 


*. Amsterdarasche Mercorius. 1807—1815. 9 vols. 
4to. 25.— 

The whole collection a — c together fl. 175. 

Complete series of this highly valuable historical 
review from its commencement 1650 till 1815 (only 
year 1791 — 1800 wanting). A set, as the present, 
is of the highest rarity, even in Holland. The series 
a and c are the most interesting to the American 
collector, the first for the history of the Dutch colo- 
nization in New-Netherland, and of the first period 
of the English government there; the other for the 
history of the graet War of Independence against 
England. The series a and c are by far the most 
interesting, the two last ones d and e, are unques- 
tionably the rarest of all. 

2101 Merian (Mar, Sib.) De voortteeling en won- 
derbaerlyke veranderingen der Siirinaemsche In- 
secten. Anist., 1730. With 72 pi. — The same, 
De Europische Insccten onderzogt. Amsterd., 1730. 
JPiih 184 plates. — 2 vols, calf gilt extra, fine copy, 
plain plites. I'ol. 16. — 

(The generation and wonderful changes of the 
insects in Surinam, — The European insects.) 

2102 Mesange (P. de) Vie, avantures et voyage 
Ue Gronlande. Avec une relation de Torigine etc. 
des habitants du Pole Arctique. Amst. 1720. 2 vols 
in 1. 8vo. Scarce. 4.50 

2103 Messenii (J.) Scondia illustrata s. cbronolo- 
gia de rebus Scondiae s. Daniae, Norvegiae atq. 
una Islandiae, Gronlandiaeque asq. a. 1612, ed. J. 
Peringskiold. Stockh. 1700—5. Part 1—13, 15. 
fol. Vncut. 30.— 

The 14th part has never been printed. It has 
been lost in MS. as we see from a notice in the 
Emendanda of Part XI: »Thomus XIV. De Gothis 
extra patriam, perditus est." 

2104 Meteren (Em. van) Historie der ^ederland- 
schen en haar nabueren oorlogen. Amsterd. 1652 
foi. Beit edition. 10. — 

{History of the wars of the Dutch and their 

This celebrated work contains very valuable mate- 
rials for the life of Henry Hadson, and for the his- 
tory of W. UsticiiDcx and his first attempts to esta- 
blish the VVest-lndia-Corupauy. 

2105 Metiu8(Adr.) Astronom; emle Qeograph. on- 
derwysinghe inde weleke door 't gebruyck d. 
Aertscfaen Globi de Zeevaert verlicht wordt. Amst. 
1632. vellum, tomdcuts. 4". 3. — 

{Astronom. and Geograph. instruction explaining 
navigation by the use of the earth-globe.) 

210G Mensel CJ. O.) Bibliotbeca hiatorica. Lips. 
1 782—1800. 11 vols, or 22 parts, sd. 8vo. 


"Meusel's Historical Library will always be consi- 
dered a scholarly and reliable work of the ntmost 
importance to the student of history. The p irts 
comprising Italy, GerraaBy etc. were never published, 
but the sections relating to the i\ew World were all 
inserted. The authors are mentioned with a fullnes* 




and accuracy, wich betray the hand of a bibliogra- 
pher who did not limit his efforts to the mere tran- 
scription of titles and collations, but to a perusal of 
the works themselves and appreciation of their me- 
rits." — Earriss?, Blbl. Aner. Fetust., \XII. 

2107 Mexico. — Carte pour la navigation des Is- 
les et clu Golfe de Mexique, d'apres Popple par 
PA. Buacke. Paris. 1743. 2 sheets, fol. Together : 
94 by 50. — Coloured. 3.— 

2108 and New Granada, Amst., U. Tirion. 

1765. Coloured map. fol. 44 by 30. 1. — 

2109 Mexico (New-), Western part, and Cali- 
fornia. Auast. Is. Tirion. 1765. Coloured map. fol. 
36 by 33. 1.— 

2110 Plan of the city, with that of Arzilla, 

occurring in an ornamental woodcut border of a 
work of the 16th century, fol. Mounted. 3. — 

2111 and Cusco. Prospects with figures of 

the inhabitants, engrav. by F. Hogenberg. 2 plates 
on 1 sheet sq. fol. — From: Braun et Hogenberg, 
Civitates. Coloniae. 1572. — Rare. 6. — 

On verso the text, in Latin, belonging to these 

2112 and Vera-Cruz. 2 Views, lithogr. by 

J. St. Aulaire. Paris (1850.) 2 plates. Ig. sq. fol. 


2113 View of the market-place at Mexico, 

peopled with market-people and citizens. Fine 
pencil-drawing by Rugendas. — 15 by 12. 10. — 

2114 View of the Orizaba (Citlaltapetl), one of 

the Mexican vulcanoes, high 5,282 metr. On the 
fore-ground the Hacienda Mirador. — Fine aquarel 
by Rugendas. ~ 28 by 20. 10.— 

2115 Another view on the same Mountain and 

Hacienda. — Fine sepia-drawing by Rugendas. — 
24 by 19. 10.— 

2116 Views from Montanus' America., Gueude- 

vilie. Atlas historique, etc. 7 engrav. sq. fol. and 
40. 2.50 

Mexico vetns. — Nova Mexico. — Potosi. — 
Acapulco. — Truxillo, etc. 

2117 Dress and customs of the original inha- 
bitants. 4 engrav. of diff. size. — From : Monta- 
nus'' America; Moore's Voyages, and by Portman. 
(black and coloured). 1.75 

2118 Religious, funeral, etc. ceremonies of the 

Mexicans, engrav. by Bern. Picart. 19 represent, 
with French subscript, on 8 sh. fol. — First im- 
pressions. 2.75 

2119 Meyer (G. P. W.) Primitiae florae Esseque- 
boensis. Getting. 1818. 318 pp. sd. uncut, 2plates. 
4to. — Rare. 5. — 

2120 Miohaelis (G.) De Antipodibus. Wittebergae, 
1677. 4to. 1.— 

2121 Michaelius, Jonas, Dutch Reformed Minis- 
ter at St. Salvador (in Brazil) 1624, on the Coast 
of Guinea (in Africa) 1626 or 1626, first Refor- 

med Minister in New Netherland from 
1628 to 1G33. - A. L. S. to Adr. Suioutius, Mi- 
nister at Amsterdam, dat. „lrom the Island Man- 
hatlans," Aug. 11, 162'^. 4j very closely written, 
pp. iol. 375.— 


resting relation of M's voyage to the Colony, of 
the religious state of its inhabitants, on the condi- 
tion of commerce, the healthy climate, the fertility 
of the soil and its manifold productions, on the trou- 
blesome relations with the Mohicans, cet. — Ap- 
pended the correspondence (with Prof. Millies at 
Utrecht, Prof. Kist at Leiden, cet.), and adversaria 
of Mr. J. T. Bodel Nyenhuis of Leiden, who pu- 
blished M's letter in: Kist en Moll, Kerkhistor. Ar- 
chie/ 1857. By the care of the Hon. H. C. Mur- 
phy an English translation was privately printed at 
the Hague 1858, in a few copies. It wos also in- 
serted in O'Callaghan's Documents, 1856. Vol. II. 4". 

2122 Michaelius, Jonas, Photolithographed 
facsimile of Michaelius' Letter, by the pro- 
ced^-Asser, with the Dutch transcript and an En- 
glish translation by the Hon. H. C. Murphy, with 
preface by Mr. Fred. Mulier. Amsterdam. 1876. 

fol. ^^-~4 

Printed only in 100 copies. ^B 

The original letter with the whole issue 
of the facsimile. 850.— 

8123 Michigan. — Geographisch-statistische und 
historische Charte. Weimar, 1828. sq. fol. 55 by 
45. 1.— 

2124 Holland in America: a collection of tracts 

on the Dutch colony ^Holland" in the State of 
Michigan, founded in 1845, and on other Dutch 
colonies in Wisconsin and Iowa. 15 parts, 1846— 
50. 8vo. Most in Dutch. 5.— 

2125 Miertsching (J. A.) Reise-Tagebuch des Mis- 
sionars . . . welcher als Dolmetscher die Nordpol- 
Expedition zur Aufsuchung J. Franklins anf d. 
Schiff Investigator begleitete. 18.50—54. Gnadan, 
1855. map. 8vo. 1.75 

2126 Milbert (J.) Itin^raire pittoresque du fleuve 
Hudson et des parties lat^rales de I'Amerique du 
Nord. Paris, 1828. 2 vols. 4to. and Atlas of 54 
plates on China paper and 1 map. fol. hf. bound. 

(100.—) 24.— 

2127 Miller (General) Memoirs of -* while in the 
Service of the Republic of Peru; by J. Miller. 
2d Edition. Lond. 1829. 2 vols. bds. portr. 8vo. 

(21.—) 4.60 

2128 Miller (St. B.) Historical sketches of Hudson, 
embracing the settlement of the city, etc. Hud- 
son, 1862. cloth, roy. 8vo. 2.40 

2129 Miller, S., Theologian writer. Professor of 
Eccles. Hist, in the Theol. Seminary at Prince- 
towu 1813—49. — A. L. S. to J. Emerson, Be- 

FREDimiK Mm<LER & C"., 



verly, Massachus. dat. N. Y. May 14, 1810. 1 p, 
4". 1.50 

He refuses to put his name to a recoramandation 
of one of E.'s works. 

2130 MUler, S , A. L. S., to Rev. Dr. Griffin, 
Boston, (lat. N. Y. July 30, 1813. 1 p. 4". 1.50 

Ou his appointment to a Professorship at Prin- 
cctown, and on Griffin's » Lectures". 

2131 A. L. S. to President Day, New-Haren, 

dat. Philadelphia, May, 23, 1823. 1 p. 4", 1 50 

2132 Mill3t 'Pierre) [de la Comp. de Jesus] Re- 
lation de sa captivite parmi los Onneiouts en 
1690—91. Nouvelle-York, Preite Cramoisff dt J. M. 
Shea, 1846. bds. 8vo. 5.— 

Printed in 100 copies only. — This copy bears 
N". 36 and the editor's signature. — The original 
MS. was found by .Mr. H. C. Murphy, .\mbassador 
of the United States at the Hagne. The author was 
Missionary in Canada. 

2133 Miniscalchi-Ei izzo (Franc.) Le scoperte 
artiche narrate. Venezia, 1855. 643 pp. cloth., un- 
cut. 8vo. 4.50 

Excellent work containing a succinct history of 
the Arctic discoveries. — The four maps wanting. 

2134 sMinisterial purgations, or State gripings."' 
— English caricature: George III and five other 
figures, amongst which the Devil, attacked by 
colic 5 George says: „t he people 1 have taxed, etc." 
No name of engrav. 1780. sq. fo!. 2.50 

2135 Minnesota as a home for immigrants. —An- 
nual Message of Governor Miller. — Report of 
the State Geologist //. H. Barnes. (Engl, and Ger- 
man.) St. Paul, 1865-66. - G. Hewitt ^nA Sche- 
vichaoen, on Minnesota, for emigrants and colo- 
nists (in Dutch.) 1868,72. — Together 8 parts. 
8vo. 2.50 

2136 Mint (First) coined at Utrecht for the Dutch 
W. I. possessions in America. 1793. — 8 Copies 
of both sides of 4 coins, stamped in hant-relief 
on paper. — Rare. 3. _ 

2137 Miquel (F. A. Q.) Stirpes Surinamensea 
selectae. Lugd. Bat. 1850. With 05 plates. 4to. 

(16.—) 10.50 

2138 • Artocarpeae and Piperaceae of the Isth- 
mus of Panama. (Reprint, from Seeman's Botany 
of the Voyage of H. M. S. Herald.) 1850 ? imp. 
4to. 1.25 

2139 Miraeus (Aub.) Politiae ecclcsiasticae, s. 
Status religionis Christianae per Europ , Asiam, 
Africam et Orbem Novum. Lugd. 1620. vellum. 
12mo. 4.50 

Lib. IV. Orbis N'oviis pp. 313-348, cont. a. o. 
a list of the Collegia Soc. Jesu in India Occid. and 

2140 The same; without binding, stamp on the 

title, a little damaged. 2.— 

2141 Miscellany (Historical) of the curiosities 
and rarities in nature and art, ... in every part 


of the habitable world. Lond. (about. 1790). 5 vols' 
hf. calf. 8vo. 10.— 

Very interesting collection of curious and remar- 
kable notices, published first in 81 Nob. The follo- 
wing relate to Amenca: Story of General Putnam 
and the Wolf; Description of the yellow fever, and 
mode of cure; Description of Hudson'.i Bay; Frank- 
lin's Remarks on the Savages of North America; 
Description of St. Domingo ; Dreadfuil hurricane at 
Halifax in America; Customs and unnners of the 
Indians eastward of the Missisi^ippi ; Geographical 
description of New Holland; description of the Ame- 
can Islands; Present slate of printing and booksel- 
ling in America; Description of American whitewas- 
hing ; American discoveries ; Earthquake at Peru in 
1797; etc. 

2142 Mission der evangelischen Briider in Gr6n- 
land. Gnadau, 1831. bds. 8vo. 1.80 

2143 Missisippi (The Coune of the), with plan 
of New-Orleans. (Amst., /*. Tirion. 1765.) Colour. 
map. sq. fol. 45 by 34. 1.50 

2144 Missive (Copie van de), gheschr. by den 
Gen. Weerdenburch, noop. de veroveringhe van 
Olinda de Femambuco. "s Gravenh. 1630. 4to. 
(Asher N". 139.) 6.— 

{Copy of the hitler written by Gen. Weerden- 
burch on the conqi'.st of Olinda de Pernambuco.) 

The first account, very scarce. — A reprint : 
» Utrecht, 1630" is mentioned by Asher N". 140. 

2145 Missive van de Bewinthebberen der West- 
Ind. Compagnie ter Camere van Amsterdam, 
10 July 1664, aen de ... Staten Generael d. 
Vereen. Nederl. Neflfens een Extract uyt den brief 
van Matth. Becks, Vice-Directeur op 't Eyland 
Curasao ... 12 Marty 1664, raeckende de Eng. 
Capers, ende haer Commissien in de West-lndien. 
Gouda, 1664. 40. (Asher N». 323.) 4.— 

{Letter of the Directors of the W. I. Comp., 
Chamber of Amsterdam, 10 July 1664, to the Sta- 
tes General of the United Netherlands. With an 
Extract from the letter of Matth. Becks, vice Di- 
rector on the Island of Curasao ... 12 March 
1664, on the English Cruisers and their Commis- 
sion in the West- Indies.) 

2146 Missive van Bewindhebberen der West-Ind. 
Comp., met een deductie door J. de Graaflf, Com- 
niandeur van St. Eustatius, ten opzigte van de 
klagten door het Hof van Engeland tegens hem, 
als betgeen geduurende zjjn Commando is verrigt. 
1779. 334 pp. fol. 4.— 

{Letter of the Directors of the W. I. Comp., 
with a justification by J. de Graa^ff, Governor of 
St. Eustatius, against the complaints of England, 
with an account of what happened during his go- 

Ou the English complaints concerning the favours 
shown by the Governor of St. Enstatios to the 

2147 Missive van de Staten van Hollandt aen de 



Bewinthebb. van de W. Ind. Comp. (20 Oct. 1673. 

(With other pieces concern, the same,) 4to. 3. — 

{Letter of the States General to the Directors of 

the ff. 1. Comp.) 

2147* Missive . . . hoe veel de Vereen. Nederl. ge- 

legen is aen de O. en W.-Indische navigatie ; 

mitsgaders 't profyt dat men v. de O.-I. C. ge- 

duyrende 24 jaren daer uyt getrocken heeft. En 

met fondament: redenen wert bewesen dat door 

de Geoct. W.-I. navigatie meer voordecl voor de 

Particip., met meer dienste voor de Nederl. Prov., 

grooter schade en afbreuclt voor d. Con. v. Sp. 

zij te verwachten. Arnhem, 1621. 4to. (Asher. 

NO. 93.) 7.50 

{Letter ... of how much inportance it is for 

the Vn. Prov. to preserve the E. and W.-I. Navig., 

together with the profits derived from the E.-I.-C. 

during 24 years, and in which is demonstrated with 

uncontrovertible proofs that by the Chartered W.- 

India-Comp. more, profit for the shareholders.! more 

service for the Netherl. Provinces, and greater da- 

mage for the King of Spain mag be expected.) 

2148 Missouri. Geographisch-statistische und histor. 
Charte. Weimar, 1826. sq. fol. 43 by 37. — Colou- 
red. 1.— 

2149 Missouri und Oregon. Geograph. statist. 

und histor. Charte. Weimar, 1828. sq. fol. 54 by 
40. — Coloured. 1.— 

2150 Mitchell (T. L.) Journal of an expedition 
into the interior of tropical Australia, in search 
ot a route from Sydney to the gulf of Carpen- 
taria. Loud. 1848. woodcuts, 12 plates and 7 maps, 
cloth. 8vo. 3, - 

2151 Mitchell's reference and distance map of 
the United States, by J. H. Young. Philadelphia, 
Mitchell & Hinman. 1836, 197 by 130. — Coloured. 
On cloth, with black wooden rolls. 8. — 

With special maps of the vicinities of Albany, Balti- 
more, Washington, Cincinnati, Charleston, New-Or- 
leans, Boston, New-Yoik and Philadelphia. — With 
the accompainment to Mitchell's map, 342 pp. hf. 
calf. 80. 

2152 Mitchell (L. S.) Catalogue of the organic 
remains and other geolog. articles contained in 
the collection presented to the New-York Lyceum 
of Natural History. N.-Y. 1826. 8vo. 1.— 

2153 Mocquet (Jean) Voyages en Afrique, Asie, 
Indes-Orient. et Occidentales. Rouen. J. Cailloue, 
1655. plates, calf. 8vo. 5.50 

Contains the voyage of the author in Gaiana and 
the province of Cnmana. 

2154 Reysen in Afrique, Asien, Oost- en West- 

Indien. Dordrecht, 1656. Engravings. 4to. 4. — 

{Voyages in Africa, Asia, the East- and West- 
Indies. Transl. from the French.) 

The 2d book (p. 13—46) contains the account 
of the West-Indies, the Amazon, the land of the 
Cariponses, etc. 

2155 De grote nieuw-bereisde werelt, begrijp. 

zes reizen na Lybien, de stroom der Amazonen, 

Karipouzen en Karibanen, enz. 2de drak. Leenward. 

1717. With engrav. 4to. 3.— 

{The great newly visited world, comprising six 

voyages to Lyhia, the Amazon river, the Karapou- 

ses and Karibans.) 

Second edition of the "Reyzen." 

2156 Modera (J.) Verhaal van eene reize naar de 
Zuid-Westkust van Nieuw-Guinea. Haarlem, 1830. 
sd., map. (8vo.) (2.20) 1.— 

{Journal of a voyage to the South- West coast 
of New-Guinea.) 

2157 Mohawk. — Ne Kaghyadonghsera ne Isaiah, 
{Isaiah in Mohawk.) New-York, 1839. 8vo. 1.75 

2158 Mol, W., Van diversse Eylanden, hoe die 
zich opdoemen : India, het Zuydland America, 
d'West-Indien, Europa. {Of divers Islands, how they 
appear: India, America, the W. Indies, Europa.) 
Manuscript, written 1690—1696. 125 pp. vellum. 
fol. 25.— 

Diary of a Dutch Sea-captain's voyages, 1690 — 
1696, containing many delineations of coasts, and 
ample accounts of all he heard and saw in the re- 
gions he visited. — Three closely written pages treat 
on New-Netherland, giving a description of the 
customs, the religion, etc. of the inhabitants and some 
particularities on the beavers, the bears and other 
animals. — 1 p. treats on Cuba, 38 pp. on China 
and Japan, 8 on the Empire of the Mogol, etc. 

2159 Molina (J. Ign.), Compendio de la historia 
geografica, natural y civil del reyno de Chile. 
Escrito en Ital., traduc. en Espanol por D. J. de 
Arquellade Mendoza. Madrid, 1788 — 95. 2 vols. 
3 maps. sd. uncut, sra. 4to. 10. — 

Fine copy of an esteemed translation. 

2160 Moll (G.) Verhandeling over eenige vroegere 
zeetogten der Nederlanders. Amsterd., 1825. 8vo. 

. 1.50 

( Treatise of some early voyages of the Dutch.) 

With very interesting particulars on the voyages 

of Linschoten, Houtman, Plancius, Roggeveen etc., 

mostly from a mathematical and astronomical point 

of view. 

2161 Mollien (G.) Voyage dans la Republique de 
Columbia en 1823. 2e edit. Paris, 1825. 2 vols. 
hf. calf, map and plates. 8vo. 2. — 

2162 Reis door de Republiek van Columbia, 

in 1823. Uit h. Fransch. Dordr. 1825. 2 vols. sd. 
plates. 8vo. 1.50 

Dutch translation of the preceding work. 

2163 Monatsberichte iiber die Verhandlungen der 
Gesellschaft fiir Erdkunde zu Berlin. Berlin, 1840— 
1853. Jahrg. 1 — 14 in 7 vols. Many maps. hf. calf. 
80. (vol. 3 and 4 in parts.) (50.—) 17.50 

One of the best periodicals on Geography, con- 
taining many interesting contributions to physical, 
mathematical, political and historical Geography, by 
Dove, Ehrenberg, Erman, Mddler, Hitter, Zeune, 
V. Buck, Kloden, and others, especially on America, 
Australia and the most distant parts of the world. 

Frederik Mui.ler & C, 



2164 Monconys (de) Voyages, oii lea sQavans 
trouveront un nombre infini de nouveautez en ma- 
chines de mathemat., experiences physiques . . . 
la description de divers animaux et plantes rares, 
plusieurs secrets inconnus pour le plaisir et la 
Siinte, les ouvrages d. peintres fameux, etc. Paris, 
1695. 4 vols, plates, old calf. sra. 8vo. 4. — 

Curious and interesting work. 

2165 Mondet (A.) Histoire des Indiens des Etats- 
Unis. Paris, 1858. plale. id. 8vo. (3.—) 1.75 

2166 Le Moniteur des Indes Orient, et Oc- 
cident. Recueil de Memoires et de notices scien- 
tif. et indttstr., de nouvelles et de faits importants 
concern, les possessions N^erland., dirig. par PA. 
Fr. de Siebold et J. Melvilt de Cambee. La Haye. 
1846 — 18. 3 vols. 4to. If^ith mapt and plates. 

(54.—) 25,— 
Quite complete copies are rare ; odd parts are very 

The book contains a great nnmber of interesting 
historical, biographical and nautical tracts, all origi- 
nal ; also many new and original geograph. and 
nautical maps, portraits before unknown, etc. 

2167 Monroe (J.) Vievr of the conduct of the 
Executive in the Foreign Affairs of the United 
States, connected with the mission to the French 
Republic, 1794—96. With the correspondence and 
other documents. Philad. 1797. sd. uncut. 8vo. 


2168 Montanus (Am.) DeNieuwe en Onbekende 
Weereld, of beschryving van Araerika en 't Zuid- 
land. Amsterd. 1671. calf gilt. fol. (Asher No. 14.) 

{The new and unknown world, or description of 
America and the South- Land.) 

Highly interesting work, with 47 large plates and 
naaps, 7 portraits, a large number of figures prin- 
ted in the text, and a very remarkable view of N. 
Amsterdam. For other details see Asher's Essay. 

2169 Set of 25 plates, all views of cities in 

N. and S. America. Fine Dutch engravings. Ig. 
sq. fol. — Good impressions, with margins, nicely 
mounted. 8. — 

2170 Die Unbekaunte Neue Welt Oder Beschrei- 

bung des Welt-Teils Amerika, u. des Siid-Landes. 
Durch Dr. 0. D(apper). A-msterd., 1673. many maps 
and engravings, fol. (Asher N". 15.) 18. — 

This German edition is much scarcer than the 
Dutch original. Asher says that he had met with 
only one copy in the Netherlands, viz. that iu the 
Royal-Library of the Hague. This publication is 
be.8ides, a specimen of the most impudent literary 
plagiarism, the translator O. Dapper calling himself 
the author and concealing the real author's name. 

2171 Montoya (P. Ant. Bulz de) Gramatica y 
DiccionarioB (Arte, Vocabulario y Tesoro) de la 
lengua Tupi 6 Guarani. Nueva edicion : maa cor- 
recta y esmerade qne la priiuera, y con las voces 


indias en tipo diferente. Viena y Paris, 1876. 

2 vols. sd. 8vo. 16.75 

Reproduction of one of the rarest works on the 
Tupi lauguage. — Forms Vol. I and II of the 
Obras of P. de Montoya. Afterwards a third vol. 
will be published, containing la Conquista Espiritual 
and the f'atecismo by the same author. 

2172 M(ontlezun) Souvenir des Antilles. Voyage 
en 1815 et 16 aux Etats-Unis et dans I'Archipel 
Caraibe ; aper^u de Philadelphie et de New-Yorck; 
description de la Trinidad, etc. Paris, 1818. 2 vols. 
— Voyage en 1816 et 17, de New-Yorck a la 
Nouv.-Orleans, et de I'Orenoqne au Mississippi, 
par les petites et grandes 4^ntilles. 1818. — To- 
gether 4 vols. h/. cf. 8vo. 4.50 

2173 Moore (Fr.) The Rebellion Record : Diary of 
American events, with documents, narratives, il- 
lustrative incidents, poetry, etc. with introduc- 
tory address on the causes of the struggle, . . . 
by E. Everett. New- York, 1864. 6 stout vols. 76 
iine portraits on steel and 28 maps and plans, cloth. 
large 8vo. 28.— 

2174 Moore (Geo. H.) The first celebration of the 
Festival of St. Nicholas by the New-York Histo- 
rical Society; Decemb. 6th 1810. — N. Y. 1864. 
2 pp. fol. 2.— 

Facsimile of a Print, exhibiting St Nicholas etc., 
executed by Dr. Anderson for that occasion, with 
a text ornamented with the pcrtraits of John Pin- 
iard, the founder of the N. Y. Histor. Soc, and 
Dr. Anderson, who reprodnces these engravings in 
his 90th year. 

2175 Moreau (Pierre) Klare en Waarachtige Be- 
schrijving van de leste Beroerten en afval der 
Portugezen m Brasil. Vertaald door J. II. Gla- 
zemaker. Amst. 1652. 4to. WUh figg. and a map 
of ilauritsstad on the title. (Asher N". 277.) 

{Clear and true detctgptiou of the last troubles 
and desertion of the Portuguese in Brazil.) 

2176 Moreau de Saint- Mery (M. L. E.) De la 
Danse. Parma, Bodoni, 1803. calf gilt. 8vo. — 
Neat copy of a nice printed volume. Rare. 6. — 

"Dedi^ aux Creoles, par leor admirateur M. de 
St. M." — The book treats nearly exclusively on 
the dancing of the Creoles. The author himself was 
a native of Port-Royal. 

2177 Morellet (I'Abbe) M6moire snr la Compag- 
nie des Indes. Paris, Juin 1769. -r- Supplement 
etc. 12 pieces in 1 vol. sd. uncut. 4to. 4.50 

Curious collection of Pamphlets caused by the 
-Memoire de I'abbe Morellet" which has led to the 
dissolving of the Company, — and on the reesta- 
blishmeut, 1769- 1771. 

2178 Morgan (L. H.) League of the Ho-De-No- 
Sau-Nee, or Iroquis. Rochester, 1864. cloth, many 
plates and a large map. 8vo. 4. — 

2179 Moris (Qedeon) [Koopman op het schip 
van de We«t-lnd. Comp. „de Prinoesse", nytge- 



varen naer Bresilien] Copye van 't Journael . . . 
hoe couragieus sy bun gedragen hebben tegen elf 
Daynkerksche Fregatten. Amst. 1640. 4to. (Aaher 
Ko. 152.) 4.— 

(^Journal of G. Moris, merchant on the West- 
India ship the Princess, tchich sailed out for Bra- 
zil .. . how courageously they acted against eleven 
Dunkirk frigates!) 

2180 Morris. — Memorial du Gouverneur Morris, 
Miniatre des Etats-Unis en France de 1792—94; 
avec dea details nouveaux sur la revolution d'Ame- 
rique et I'hiatoire polit. des Etats-Unia. Trad, de 
I'Angl. de J. Sparks par A. Gandais. Paris, 1842. 
2 vola. hf. calf. 8vo. 3.50 

2181 Morse, Jod., eminent Clergyman and Geogra- 
pher, „the Father of Amer. Geography." — A. S. 
L. to Sam. M. Hopkins, dat. Charlestoven, Sept. 
30, 1801. 3 pp. 4». 2.50 

loteresting letter on his Universal Geography, 
and a plan of some foreigners to andermiue his 
book: »a Jacobinic work." 

2182 A. L. S. to Messrs Webster and Skin- 
ner, booksellera, Albany, dat. Charlestown, Febr. 
8, 1819. 2 pp. 40. 2 — 

Suggesting a new method of publishing his works. 

2183 A. L. S. to Rev. R. S. Stowe, Long- 
meadow, dat. Charlestown, Oct. 10, 1811. 1 p. 
40. 1.50 

2184 Mortimer (G.) Waarneem. en aanmerk. ge- 
duur. eene reize naar Teneriffe, Van Diemenaland, 
Sandwieh-Eiland, de Noord-West-Kust van Ame- 
rika, enz. onder bevel van J. H. Cox. Uit h. Eng. 
vert. Leyd. 1793. 8vo. 2.— 

(Observations and notices made during a voyage 
to Teneriffe,, Van Diemensland, the Sandwich- Islands, 
the North- IF est- Coast of America, etc. under the 
command of J. H. Cox. Transl. from the Engl.) 

2185 Moses b. Mendel, of Franckfort, Ample 
History of the discovery of America {in Hebrew.) 
Altona, 1807. 175 pp. hf. calf. 8vo. 5.— 

Very rare volume, printed in Hebrew types. 

2186 Mosquera (F. C de) Scheta van de natuurl. 
en staatkund. aardryksbeschrijving van Nieuw 
Grenada. Uit h. Eug. Amsterd. 1856. sd. map. 
8vo. 1.— 

(Sketch of the physical and political Geography 
of New Grenada. From the Engl.) 

2187 Mosquito-Shore. — Bericht iiber die im 
Auftrage d. Prinz Carl v. Preussen u. d. Fiirsten 
V. Schoenburg-Waldenbiirg bewirkte Unteraiichung 
d. Mosquitolandea, erstattet von der dazu ernann- 
ten Commission (Fellechner, MiiUer, Hesse.) Berlin. 
1846. 2 maps and 3 plates, bds. roy. 8vo. 1.80 

2188 Motiven, die d' E. Officieren in Consideratie 
ghenomen hebben, om met de Portugesen in ac- 
coord te treden. 23 Jan. 1654. 4to. Not inJsher's 
Essay. 3. — 

(Motives which the Officers (on the Recifie in 

Brazil) have taken into consideration, in order 
make an agreement with the Portuguese.) 

2189 Motiven die de Oflficiers der militie en de 
Hooge-Raden in Brasil hebben bewoogen, met de 
Portngeesen te contracteeren (22 Maert) 165i4. 
4to. (Ashcr W. 283 ) 2.— 

(Motives which induced the Officers of the Militia 
and the High-Councellors in Brazil to treat with 
the Portuguese.) 

2190 Motley (J. L.'. Causes of the American civil 
war. N. York. 1861. 8vo. —.50 

r to ■ 


The same. Lond. 1861. 8vo. 


2192 Muhlenberg (G. H. E.) distinguished Bo- 
tanist of Pennsylvania, author of the Catalogus 
Plantar urn Americ. Sept. 1813. — A List of Ar- 
bores desideraiae. 1 p. 12". 1.50 

2193 Miihlenpfordt (Ed.) Versuch einer getreuen 
Schilderung der Republik Meyico, bcsond. in Be- 
ziehnng auf Geographie, Ethnographie u. Statis- 
tik. Hannover, 1841. 2 vols. hf. calf. 8vo. 

(8.50) 3.- 

2194 Muller (A. p.), geb. Westerman. De ad- 
miraal Piet Hein te Delftshaven. Amsterd., 1832. 
portr. 8vo. Thick paper. 1. — 

( The admiral Piet Hein at Delftshaven. Drama.) 

2195 Muller (G. P) Voyages et decouvertes faites 
par les Russes le long des cotes de la Mer Gla- 
ciate et sur rOcean Oriental, tant vers le Japon 
que vers rAmerique, etc. Trad, de TAllem. p. 
C. G. F. Dumas. Amst, -1766. 2 vols. sd. uncut, 
map. sm. 8vo. 4.50. 

2196 Miiller (J. G.) Gesehichte der Amerikani- 
schen Urreligionen. 2e Aufl. Basel, 1867. 706 pp. 
sd. 8vo. (5.25) 3.— 

2197 Miiller, J. U., Kurtzbiindige Abbild.- n. Vor- 
stellung der gantzen Welt. Ulm, 1692. Spanish 
calf. 8". 6.— 

103 Small maps, with descriptions in German. 
18 maps represent parts of America, forming thus 
a complete atlas of that part of the Globe. — In- 
terleaved, with a MS. Chronicle of the years 1757 — 
62 written on the leaves opposite to the resp. maps. 

2198 Orbis Terrae cum suis partibus Europa, 

Asia, Africa et America per tabulas praesent. Ul- 
mae, 1692. vellum. 8vo. 3.50 

The same 103 maps, with short descriptions in 

2199 Miiller, J. W., Einleitung zur Erkentnisz 
und Gebrauch der Erd- und Uimmelskugeln. Neue 
umgearb. Aufl. Niirnberg. 1801. 2 prts. 1 vol. 
10 col. folded plates. 8t». 2.— 

2200 Muller Fz. (S.) Geschiedenis der Noordsche 
Compagnie. 1615—1642. Utrecht, 1874. 435 pp. 
with map of Spitsbergen, sd. 8vo. 4.50 

(History of the Northern Compagtiy. Prize- essay 
published by the Society for Arts and Sciences 
at Utrecht.) 

Historical account of the discoveries and settle- 

Prbderik Mullee & C'., 



ments of the Dutch in the North, specially on Spitz- 
bergen, the differences with Eiiglaud, Denmark and 
Sweden on the navigation to — and the whakfiahing 
in the North, etc. Mostly written from old, never 
before consulted documents at the Royal Archives 
and all the new investigations, it contains a mass of 
entirely unknown notices, relations of unknown Arc- 
tic voyages from 1611 to 1628; an unknown voyage 
to New-Netherland, etc. — The book is indispen- 
sable to all who treat in future on Arctic Voyugca. 

2201 Mundy (G. C.) Wanderungen in Australien 
u. Vandieiuensland. Deutscu vou Fr. Gerstacker. 
Leipzig, 1856. sd. 8vo. (2. — ) — .75 

2202 Munsell (C.) A Collection of Songs of the 
American Press, and other poems relating to the 
Art of Printing, compiled by C. M. Albany, N. Y. 
1868. cloth, sm. 8vo. 7.50 

A few copies only printed. — «This little volume 
has been put in type by a iuvenile Typographer, 
as an exercise in bis professional studies, for grati- 
tous circulation among his friends." Nole of Ihe 

2203 Miinster (Seb.) Cosmographei oder Beschrei- 
bung aller lander, herrschatiten etc. Basel, Rein- 
rich Petri. 1553. old calf, claps^ 26 mapt and many 
woodcuts, fol. 18. — 

Miinster's Cosmography is one of the most inte- 
resting works, as well for the text as for the profu- 
sion of carious and spirited woodcuts by which it is 
illustrated. The first edition is of 1544 (in German), 
but has not the large views of cities, which were 
only added in the edition of 1550 and subsequent. 

The part relating to America fills pp. 1183—92: 
Von den neiiioen inseln etc., and contains a descrip- 
tion of the savages, the voyages of Columbus, etc. 
Among the maps we find a special one of the New 
World and a general map of the world with parts 
of America, both manifesting a rather rnde notion 
of this part of the globe, 

2204 Cosmographia Universalis. Ibid. 1559. 

vellum, fol. 15. — 

This Latin edition differs considerably from the 
preceding German. The description of America (pp. 
1099 — 1113) is quite different and more ample, em- 
bracing for instance the voyages of Vespucius, Ma- 
gallanes etc., which are omitted in the preceding ; 
also the woodcuts of this part are partly different. 
The maps are the same. 

2205 — - The same edition, vellum, fol. With title 
in facsimile by an Amsterdam, Mr. A. Gre- 
venstuk, a fine sample of penmanship. 15.— 

2206 Murat (A.) Esquisse morale et polit. des 
Etats-Unis de I'Am^riqne du Nord. Paris, 1832. 
id. 12mo. 1. — 

2207 Brieven over de zedcn en staatkande 

der Vereen. Staten. Zalt-Bommel, 1834. 2 vols. 
8vo. (4.40) 1.50 

(Letters on the manners and polities of the Uni- 
ted States.) 

2208 Muratori, Relation des missions da Para- 
guai. Trad, de I'ltaliea. Louvain. 1822. sd. 8vo. 

The original edition was published in Venice, 1743. 

2209 Murphy (Henry C) — Proceedings at the 
dinner given by the citizens of Brooklyn... 
5 Aug. 1857 to the Hon. H. C. Murphy, previ- 
ously to his departure as Minister to the Nether- 
lands. Brooklyn, 1857. cloth, gilt edges. 8vo. 2.50 

2210 Museum Americanum. — Collection of 
Historical, Ethnographical and Topographical pla- 
tes on America, from old Dutch Voyages, De- 
scriptions of the New-World, cet. — Some 300 
engravings, folio, 4" and 8", all nicely mounted 
in 2 portfolios of sound old Dutch paper of 1700. 
Imp. fol. 100.— 

This collection, arranged in this century, em- 
braces the sets of the plates and titles of many 
a rare work, f. i. : Forcacchi, ITsoie piu famose 
de Mondo. Venetia, 1576. — Montanus, Ame- 
rica. 1671. — Harrera, Descriptio Indiae Occident. 
Arast., M. Coign. 1622. (With the rare portr. of 
Le .Vlaire). — Begin en Voortgangh v. d. Vereen. 
O. I. Comp. Amst. 1646. 2 vol. (Origin and pro- 
gress of the United E. I. Company). Very rare. — 
J. de Laet, Hist, of the (Dutch) W. L Company. 
Leyden. 1644. — Exquemelin, American pirates. 
Amst. 1678. (With their portr.) —v{an) d{en) B(osch), 
Lives of the Naval Heroes, Amst. 1676. (With many 
portraits: Columbus, de,Ruyter,jetc ) — S. De Fries, 
E. and W. Indian Curiosities. Amst. 1682. — 
Voyages by Reining, 1691, by Hennepin, 1698, 
Gage, 1700, Mellon, 1702, etc. etc. — Zorgdrager, 
Greenlandish Fishery. 1728. — Egede, Description 
of Greenland and Strait Davis. 1746, etc. etc. ^ 
Besides a good number of portraits is inserted. 

2211 (Myers (J.Hart) [A. M. Americanus] Disser- 
tatio de diabete. Edinburgi, 1779. sd., uncut. 8vo. 
Rare. - 1.50 

2212 Myon (Q. P.) Journal of a residence and 
tour in Mexico, 1826, with some account of the 
minds in that country. Lond. 1828. 2 vols. hf. 
calf. 8vo. 1.75 

2213 Myritius (J.) Opusculura geographicum ra- 
rum, totius eius negotii rationem complectens. 
Ingolstadii, 1590. bds., many woodcuts, maps, portr. 
and arms of the author etc. fol. Rare. 16. — 

Pp. 116 — 126 treat of America: De Spagnolla, 
Isabella et aliis insulis ab Hispanis invcntis, Brasi- 
lia, Terra ignis, de meridionali parte Africae ab Al- 
berico Vesputio inventa, etc. — With a folded map 
of the world wich is often wanting. 

2214 Naamlyst . . . van alle de Commandeurs, 
die sedert 1700 op Groenland eu de Straat Da- 
vids voor Holland hebben gevaren . . . , hoeveel 
vissen en vaten spek ieder heeft aangcbragt. 
Zaandam, 1753. sd. 4to. 5.— 

(Jlphab. List of all ihe Commandeurs, who sai' 
led for SoUandf linct 1700 to Ortettland and tht 



NAAiVlLYStfi - NAtJttCAL. 

Strait of t)a»is, . . . ^ow many fUhes, blubber etc. 
each reported.) 
With continnatioD in Manuscript till 1773. 

2215 Naamlyste der boekhouders, schepen, ea 
stuurluiden van de Haring-schepen, 1778 en 1785. 
Enkhuizen, 1778-85. 2 vols. 8vo. 1.50. 

(JAst of countinghouses, skips, and steersmen of 
the Herringships.) 

2216 Naerder Klagh-Vertoogh aen de Staten 
Gen. wegens de Bewinth. ran de Geoctr. Weat- 
Ind. Conip., ter sake vande onwettel. ende grou- 
wel. proceduren der Engelsche in Nieu-Nederlant. 
Nae de Copye, 1664. 4to. (Asher W. 341.) Very 

rate. 40. - 

{Further address of complaint to the States Gen., 
on the part of the Governors of the W . I. Camp., 
respecting the unlawful and scandalous proceedings 
0/ the English in New-Nethei-land.) 

"One of the most interesting pamphlets, that has 
come down to us, in which the reciprocal position of 
the East- and West-India Companies are marked 
with great precision. It says, that the Dutch go- 
vernment, in which the Directors of the East- India 
Comp. fill the most important places, will feel thank- 
ful to England for having disembarrassed it of the 
rival Company, etc." A complete English transla- 
tion of the part relating to New-Netherland may be 
found in Asher's Essay, pp. 340—342. 

^217 Naerdere klagten van den Resident Chari- 

rius ouitrent de Deensche Afric. Corap. die de 

Nederl. W. Ind. Comp. aldaer niet wilt gedoghen. 

't Heuckelom [i. e. 's Grav.] 1660. 4to. (Asher 

... :K«. 317.) 3.50 

{Further Complaints of the Resid. Carisius against 

the Danish Jfrican Comp., which will not tolerate 

the Dutch fF.-Ind. Comp.) 

2218 N[agel] (J. H.) Snriname in losse tafereeleil 
en schetsen. Rotterd., 1840. 8vb. (1.50) —.75 

{Surinam represented in loose pictures and 

2219 Nassau. — John Maurice of Nassau, 
Governor and General of the Dutch forces in 
Brazil 1636—1644. ~ S. Document (in Dutch), 
dat. „Mauritstad op Vryhurg''' (in Brazil), Jan. 15, 
1643. 1 p. sq. fol. — On vellum, with seal. 10. — 

Passport to Max. Schade, Ensign and Lieutenant 
of M's life-guard in Brazil. 

2220 L. S. (in Dutch), to the States of the 

Province of Utrecht, dat. Cleves, Febr. 28, 1657. 
1 p. fol. — With one autogr. line, and seal. 5. — 

Interesting letter. The office of Field Marshal of 
the U. Provinces being vacant, Maurice very humbly 
offers bis services. 

2221 2 L. S., (in Dutch), to Will. Davidson, 

Baronet, Commissary of the King of Gr. Britain 
in Amsterdam, dat. Cleves, Jan. 8 and 17, 1661. 
3 pp. lol. — Both with seals. 6. — 

Being appointed Ambassador to the Court of Char- 
les IT, by the Electdr of Brandenburg, he asks for 

information on hotels, cet. in London. — Appended 
a list of his train, coaches, horses, cet. (in French.) 
— Curious. 

2222 Nassau. — John Maurice of Nassau, 

L, S., (in French), dat. Franequer, Febr. 14, 1665. 

2 pp. 4". 5.— 

Particulars concerning his health after the accident 
he met with at Franequer, when returning from 
the funeral of Count William Frederick of Nassau, 
6 Jan. 1665; a bridge broke down under him, and 
he narrowly escaped death. There exists a very fine 
old Dutch engraving in 3 sheets of this accident. 

2223 D. S., as Field-Marshal of the U. Prov- 

dat. Muyden, Aug. 10, 1672. 1 p. fol. — With 
seal. 2,50 

Military order. 

2224 Nassau La Leek (L. Th. Grave v.) Brie- 
ven over de Noord-Americaansche onlustea, den 
waarschyniyken uitslag en invloed. Utrecht, 1777— 

79. 6 parts. 8vo. 7.50 
{Letters on the 'North- American troubles, their 

probable result and influence.') 

Complete collection, rare. ^m 

2225 [Nassau (H. J.)] Land- en volksverhuizia-fl 
gen, kolonien en volkplantingen, of enkele hoofd-^ 
trekken harer geachiedenis, inzonderheid van die 
van Nederland. (Assen, 1847.) 8vo. (Extr.) 1. — 

{Emigrations and colonies, or principal traits of 
their history, especially of the Netherlands.) 

2226 (Nassy) Essai historique sur la colonie de 
Surinam, sa fondation, ses revolutions, sea pro- 
gres, etc. Avec I'hist. de la nation Juive y etablie. 
Paramaribo, 1788. 2 vols. sd. 80. 3.- 

2227 [Naude (Phil.)] Histoire abregee de la nais- 
sance et du progrez du Kouakerisme avec celle 
de ses dogmes. Cologne, P. Marteau, 1692. cf. 
12mo. 3.50 

2228 Naudowessees and Ottigaumees. — Man 
and vpoman of both nations. 4 Dutch engrav. 8" 
on 2 sheets. 4". —.75 

2229 Same plates, coloured. 1. — 

2230 Nautical Magazine and Naval chronicle. 
Journal of papers on subjects connected with ma- 
ritime affairs. London. 1832—35, 37—49. Vol. 
1 — 4, 6 — 18. Numerous maps and plates. 8*. 18. — 

2231 Same work. Enlarged Series. London. 

1837—49. VoL 1—13. Maps and plates, hf. ealf. 

80. 10.— 
Interesting periodical containing relations of an- 
cient and modern voyages, discoveries, ethnographical 
memoirs, etc. 

2232 Dutch Nautical Magazine. 

a. Berigten en VerhandeUngen over eenige onder- 
werpen der zeevaart, verzam. door /. F. L. 
Schroder, 's Grav. en Amst., 1783—1828. 6 vols, 
go. _ Very rare. 25. — 

{Notices and memoirt of tome subject* of itavi- 

Fredekik Mu^LI:E & C, 



TAii complete first series appeared as appendix to the : 
•>Almanak voor teelieden^ and is very rare. Vol, 
V, 1 and VI, 2 were never printed. — These No- 
tices had their continuation in the following Journal: 

b. Tijdschirift toegewijd aan het Zeewezen, uit- 
geg. door A. E. Tromp en C Verveer. Brussel en 
Arast, 1830- 35. 4 vols. 8vo, — Complete series. 

{Journal for maritime affairs.) 

c. Verhandelingen en berigten betrekkel, het 
zeewezen en de zeevaartkunde, uitgeg. door 
0. A. Tindal en Jac. Swart. Amst., 1840—67. 
28 vols. 8vo, (published at fl. 7.20 per year.) 

{Memoirs and notices relating to maritime affairs 
and navigation.) 
A — C if taken together in one lot. 65. — 

A perfect complete copy till 1867 of this va- 
luable set. 

All volumes are illustrated with maps, plates, 
etc. — Of a special interest is the last series, which 
contains, besides the account of all relating to mari- 
time affaii-s in these days, also many historical arti- 
cles on the old Dutch voyages, mostly taken from 
unpublished documents. 

2233 Tijdschrift toegewijd aan het zee- 
wezen, uitgeg. door PUaar en Obreen. Medemblik en 
Amst. 1841—52. 11 vols. 8vo, 15,— 

{Journal for • maritime affairs.) 

Very interesting and highly scientific Joarnal, 

2234 Naval action between 8 large Portuguese 
ships and 5 Dutch privateers off the Coast of 
Brazil, 1657, — Old Dutch engraving, sq, 8», — 
Dutch text on verso. 1.50 

2235 Naval Battles between the English and 
French fleets, 17 June 1778, 15 and 17 Aug. 
1779. — Set of 3 contempor. plates by Le Gouaz. 
sq, 4". 3,— 

2236 Navarrete (M. Fern, de) Coleccion delos 
viages y descubrimientos que hicieron por mar los 
Espanoles desde lino del siglo XV, con varios 
documentos ineditos concemiontes a la historia de 
los establecimientos Espanoles en Indias. Madrid, 
1825. Vol. 1, 2. /if. calf, uncut. 4to. 20,- 

The first two volumes of Navarrete 's collection in 
original and rare edition of 1825. — They have 
been reprinted in 1858 and most copies have only 
this reprint. These volumes contain almost exclu- 
sively documents relating to Columbus, all taken 
from the original sources and inedited MSS. 

2237 Navigator (The), containing directions for 
navigating the ilonongahela, Allegheny, Ohio, and 
Mississippi rivers, with a description of their towns, 
villages, harbors, etc. With maps and an account 
of Louisiana, etc, 10th edit. Pittsburgh, 1818. hf. 
calf. sm. 8vo. 2. — 

2238 Naylor, — l)e groote bedrieger ondersocht, 
ofte leven . . . van Jam. Naylor, de Quaker, met 
de wtjse van sjjn inrydingh binnen Brifltol. Na de 

copye van Londen, gedr. voor Henry Bromc, 

1657. 4to. Uncut. 3,— 

( The great impostor examined, or life . . . of 

J. Naylor, the Quaker, with the manner of his 

entry into Bristol.) 

2239 Naylor. Liefde tot de verloorene, ende een 
liandt uitgestreckt tot hulpeloose. . , Gedr. in *t jaer 
1669. 4to. Uncut. 3.— 

{Love to the lost, and a hand tended to the 

2240 Neal (Dan.) Lotgcvallen der Protestanten in 
Engelandt en Schotlandt. (1530—1689.) Uit het 
Eng. Rotterdam. 1752 — 54. 3 vols. hf. calf, uncut. 
Fine engraved frontisp. 4to, 5.50 

Dutch translation of D. NeaVs History of the 
English Puritans, or Protestant Non- Conformists, 
and /r. Crookshank, History of the Church of 

2241 van Neck's Voyage, — The original 
Patent, (in Portuguese) authorising the famous 
Dutch Navigator Jacob van Neck to go on his 
renowned expedition to the East- Indies, 1 March 
1598. — The document bears the Autograph Sig- 
nature of the Stadtholdcr Prince Maurits of Nas- 
sau. — Splendid MS. on rellum, with gilt ca- 
pitals and the seal of Maurice in wax attached 
with a blue silk ribbon, lOO. — 

Highly interesting document, contaming the 
motives of the expedition, the warrant given to van 
Neck, etc. He is appointed Admiral of six ships, 
his fleet actually numbering eight. — A translation 
in Dutch, in old handwriting is appended. 

2242 Journael ofte Daghregister, inhoud. een 

waerachtigh verhael en Histor. vertellinghe v. de 
reyse, ghedaen door de acht schepen v. Amster- 
dam onder *t beleydt van Jacob Corn. Neck als 
Admirael en Wybr. v. Warwyck als Vico-Adm., 
V. Arast, gheseylt 1 Maert 1598, enz. Midtsg. 
sekere afbeeld, Amst, (orn. T/a^js., no date (1600.) 
sq. 4to. (Tiele No. 123.) 35.— 

{Journal or Diary, containing a true relation and 
historical narrative of the vogage made by 8 ships 
from Amst., under command of J. C. v. Neck as Ad- 
miral and If^. V. tFarwyck as Itear-Adm., leaving 
Amst. I March 1598, etc. Wilh some plates.) 
First edition, with the original plates. — Very rare. 
De Bry have given (Fet, Voy, IV) the abridge- 
ment of a translation of this journal, and in part 
V the whole jourual, but founded on a German ver- 
sion, and even in the last edition are considerable 
gaps. The plates in pt. IV are quite imaginary; 
the 25 pi, of pt. V are copies after those of the 
following edition. 

2243 Het tweede Boeck. — Journael o!t Dagh- 
register etc. {as in the preceding title.) Met 18 CO- 
peren platen met hare boschryv, daerby, en eeu 
vocabulaer v. hare woorden. — (Engraving repre- 
senting the king of 72 islands of the Moluccas.) 
Men vintse to coop by Bar. Langhene*, Boockver^ 
cooper tot Middelburch, 1601. 




— Appendix. Vocabulaer v. de Jax^ensche ende 
Malaysche woorden, etc. Amst. Corn. C7«es«., 1601. 
{^The 2d book. — Journal and diary {etc. as 
preceding,) With 18 copperplatet withtkeir descrip- 
tions^ and a vocabulary of their words. {Engra- 
ving, etc.) To be sold by B. Langhenes at Mid- 

Appendix. Vocabulary of the Javanese and Ma- 
lay words, etc.) 
1 vol. vellum, sq. 4to. (Tide W. 124.) 65.— 

Reprint of the first or preceding edition, with the 
same plates, but with addition of 5 other plates in 
the Appendix. The plates in this edition are 
inferior impressions than in the former, and have 
the descriptions at the top. — Rare. 

2244 van Neck's Voyage. — Schipvaerd op 
Oost-Indien by 8 schepen in 1598 onderJ. C. van 
Neck, enz. (Amst., 1646.) sq. 4to. (Tiele N". 130.) 

With the same plates, as in the former edit. This 
account is an abridgement of the original, but with 
some additions from other sources, and the vocabu- 
lary. — Forms part of the collection : Begin en Voort- 
gangh (N». 272—274.) 

2245 The same. Amst., J. Hartgers, 1648. hf. 

vellum. 4to. Fine copy. (Tiele N^. 131.) 4,50 

With 1 pi. in 6 divisions. Reprint of the edition of 
1646. — The pp. 61 to 92 (end) contain the voyage 
round the world of S. de Weert. 

2246 The same. Amst., /. Hartgers, 1650. bds. 

4to. Rare. (Tiele N". 132.) 8,50 

With the 6 fig. of the plate in the preceding 
edition, printed in the text. — Reprint of the pre- 
ceding edition. — The pp. 44 to 76 contain the 
voyage of S, de Weert in 1599. 

2247 The same. Amst,, G.J.Saeghman,{X&&i'i) 

4to. Rare. (Tiele No. 133.) 7.— 

With 12 plates in the text (11 in woodcut, 1 

Reprint of the former, but with some slight ad- 
ditions and abbreviations; the voyage of de Weert 
and the vocabulary are omitted. 

2248 The same, in French. — Le second livre ; 

Journal ou coraptoir contenant le vray discours 
du voyage fait par les huit navires in 1598 sous 
J. Com. Nee et W, de Warwic, etc, Amst., Corn. 
Nicolas, (Corn. Clae^z,) 1609. Avec Appendice ou 
Vocabulaire des mots Javans et Malayts, etc. bds. 
fol. With the plates of W. 2243. (Tiele N". 129.) 

Rare, — Pp. G^ and G * of the Appendix wanting. 

2249 Verhael v. de 2e Schipvaert (in 1600) by 

de Hollanders onder Jc. v. Neck. (Amst., 1646.) 

. hds. sq. 4to, (Tiele, p. 162.) 4.— 

(Account of the 2d voyage (in 1600) of the Butch 
under J. v. Neck.) 

With 5 plates, but no separate title; forms part 
of the collection : Begin en Voortgangh (N". 272— 
74.) This volume contains the journal of v. Neck's 
^d vo;)rage to Sast-India, which must not be coa< 

founded with the above mentioned account of his 
first expedition. It contains notices of some other 
expeditions and many nautical and mercantile obser- 
vations from Portuguese sources. (See Tiele, pp. 102 

2250 van Neck's Vogage. — The same. Amst., 
J. Hartgers, 1648. bds. 4to. (Tiele p. 168.) 4.50 

This edition forms pp. 59 to 88 of the Jour- 
nal of van Noort's voyage roimd the world, publis- 
hed by the same bookseller. Reprint of the edit. 
of 1646, but omitting the nautical and mercantile 

2251 The same. Amst., G. J. Saeghman, (1663?) 

bds. 4to. (Tiele N». 146.) 6.50 

Whit 6 small plates. — Reprint of the preceding 
edition. Rare. 

2252 Nedermeyer v. Rosenthal (J. Th. H.) 

De servorum Afrorum commercio eoque recte su- 
blato, noc non de Afrorum servitute penitus tol- 
lenda. Lugd. B. 1816. 8vo. 222 pp. 1.50 

2253 The same. Large paper, uncut. 4to. 2.50 

2254 Negerstaat (De) van Hay ti of St. Domingo, 
geschetst in zyne geschiedenis en tegenwoord. 
toestand. Amaterd. 1821 . 8vo. /oWed map. 1. — 

{The State of the Negroes in Hayti, sketched in 
its history and present condition.) ^ 

2255 Nerincx. — Nagelaten Brief vaii Car. Ne-^ 
rinckx, Missionaris in Kentucky, aan zijne vrien- 
den in Nederland. 's Gravenh., 1825 sd. uncut. 
8vo. Very rare. 3. — 

{Letter of the late Ch. Nerinekx, Missionary in 
Kentucky, to his friends in Netherland.) 

This letter is written in 1820 and treats of the 
state of the Catholic faith in Kentucky, the order 
of the nuns of Loretto, founded by Nerinekx, etc. 

2256 Netscher (P. M.) Les HoUandais au Bresil. 
Notice historique sur les Pays-Bas et le Bresil au 
17e siecle. La Haye, 1853. With portrait of John 
Maurice of Nassau, facsimile and map. roy. 8vo. 

(fl. 3.60). 2.— 

2257 Neptune Francais (Le), on Atlas nouvoau 
des cartes marines pour I'usage des armees de 
mer, revue p. Pene, Cassini, etc. Paris, H. Jail- 
lot. 1693. 32 Coloured charts, with fine, engraved 
frontisp. by J. v. Vianen. — Cartes maritimes a 
Tusage des armees du Koy de la Grande Bre- 
tagne. Amst., P. Mortier. 1693. Frontispiece and 
9 charts, splendid engravings by R. de Hooghe. Fine 
impressions. — In 1 vol. hf. bd. Imper. fol. 20. — 

The 9 maps by R. de Hooghe, some of which 
measure 140 by 58 centim., are illustrated with 
64 very fine views of cities. 

2258 Neptune FrauQais. Same both parts, with 

continuation : Suite du Neptune Francais ou Atlas 
nouveau d. cartes marines levees par ordre d. 
Roys de Portugal. Amst., P. Mortier. 1700, — 
2 vol. calf. The charts in couleurs and gold. Imp. 
fpl. — Binding damaged. 25. — 

This continuation contains 16 plates of all forms 



Fr£D£rik Muller & 0°,, 




of ships; 12 plates showing the flags of all nations, 
nicely coloured and illuminated; and 33 charts, 11 of 
which of America, ••drets^et snr lea relations les plus 
nouvelles du Sieur S(atuon)," amongst which the 
£ngl. possessions in Americii with separate plan uf 
the Bosloti harbour, Virginia, Maryland and Penn- 
sylvania, Carolina (2 charts), etc. 

2259 Neufville (J. de) De lis, quae ad tollendum 
servorum Atrorum coiniiiercium inde a Congressu 
Vicnnensi, intor populos gesta sunt. Amst. 1840. 
130 pp. sd. 8vo. 1.- 

22G0 The same, bound up with N". 2252 iV.?- 

dermeyer v. Bosenthal. 1819, — and C. A. de Chau- 
fepie, dc servitute in coloniis Americanis toUenda. 
kvsx&t. 1799. 1 vol. hf. calf. 8vo. 2.— 

2261 New-England. — L'Union de I'Eglise et 
de I'Etat dans la Nouv. Angloterre. Par un Ame- 
ricain. Paris, 1837. — L. Dussand, Essai de poesie 
chretienne. Valence, 1836. — Geo. Burder, 12 Ser- 
mons to the aged. — Life ot J. Newton, C. F. 
Swartz, Leighton. N. York. 1830. — H. V. El- 
liott, SermoH on the death of the Rev. H. Moert- 
lock. Lond. 1837, etc. — 8 pieces in 1, Af. calf. 
8vo. 3.50 

2262 Newfound- Land. — Waerschouwinge ende 
Ordonnantie, raeckende de Terreneuf-Vaerdersuyt 
dese landen. 's Grav. 1657. 1 fol. sheet^ uncut, 
verso blank. 2. — 

{Edict relat. to the vessels going to Terre-Neuf.) 

2263 New-Foundland, Cape Breton, etc. — 

Map engrav. for the Universal Museum. (Lond. 
1760?) sq. 4". 24 by 19. 1.— 

2264 New-Hampshire, by D. F. Sotzmann. Ham- 
burg. 1796. fol. 45 by 67. — Coloured map. 1.50 

2265 New-Netherland. — Beschrijvinghe van 
Virginia, Nieuw-Nederlandt, Nieuw-Engelandt, en 
d' eylanden Bermudcs, Barbados en S. Christoffel. 
Amsterd., J. Hartgers, 1651. with engravings, (no 
map), bds. 4to. 140. — 

{Description of Virginia, New-Netherland, New- 
England and the Islands of Bermuda, Barbadoes 
and S. Christoffel.) 

One of the most interesting, rarest and ^*^ bocks 
on New Netherland, containing the first view oj 
Nieuw Amsterdam (New-York). — See on it at 
large : Asher, Bibliogr. Essay n^. 6. 

Fine copy, though the first leaves are slightly 
stained by water. — Copy without the map (the 
same as in van der Donek), wich belongs, properly 
said, not to this work, but according to Mr. Asher, 
was joined to some of the copies after the publica- 
tion, and is not mentioned in the text of the book. 

2266 The map of Virginia, New-Netherland, 

New-England, often found in the preceding work 
as belonging to it. — Fine reproduction in photoli- 
thography, on old paper, ac^. 4to. 10.— 

2267 Kort Verhael van Nieuw-Nederlandt 

gelegeiiheit, deughden, natueriyke voorrechtcn on 
by^ondere be(iuaeuiheidt tear bsvolkiaghi;. Mitsga- 


ders eenige requeaten, vertoogen, enz. No place 

nor publisher's name, but probably : Amst. 1662. bds. 

4to. (Asher N". 13.) 1.— 

{A short account of New-Netherland' a siiuaiilM, 

virtues, natural privileges and peculiar fitensa for 

population. — With some requests, entreaties, etc.) 

This book is written by M. V. Z. H., in behalf 

of some persons (probably Mennonites) imploring his 

assistance. It is one of the most interesting and of 

the scarcest of all books on New-Netherland. 

2268 New-Netherland. — Kort en bondigh 
Verhael van 't geene in den oorlogh tusschen 
den Koningh van Engelant, de . . . Vereen. Nederl. 
en den Bisschop van Munster is voorgevallen van 
1664-67. Amsterd., M. iV. Doornick, 1667. 2 pla- 
tes and many engravings irt the text. 4t0. 256 pp. 
(Asher N*. 354.) Very fine copy, entirely uucut. 32.50 

{Brief and concise account of what /las happe- 
ned during the war between the King of England, 
the United Netherlands and the Bishop of Mun- 

Kare. — This work may be considered as the 
most complete and most authentic contemporary 
account existing of the fatal war between Holland 
and England, the consequence of which was the final 
loss of New-Netherland by the treaty of Breda, 
1667. It contains several pieces of special inte- 
rest to America. 

2269 Eooseboom (G.) Kecueil van verscheyd© 

Keuren en Costumen van Amsterdam. 2e druek. 
Amst. 1656. old Russia gilt. 4to. (a few wormho- 
les.) 8.— 

{Ordinances and Costumes of Amsterdam.) 
The interest of this work for the American his- 
tory lies in the gilt coat of arms, on both sides of 
the binding. It represents a circle, in the upper 
part of which the arms of Amsterdam: beneath them 
two SS entreclaced, and 2 other arms, one of a 
ship ; between them an Indian. — Two Indians with 
bow and arrow, are standing on the sides of the 
cercle, with the subscription : Jvstitta. Pietas. 

It might appear (by the 2 SS) to have been arms 
for the Dutch colony of Surinam, but this com- 
menced only about 1683, and had other arms. — 
It is mora probable that these laws for Amsterdam, 
were bound for and adorned with the arms of some 
place in New-Netherland. 

2270 — — Map annexed to the memorial presented 
to the States of the United Provinces, 
on the 18th of August 1616, by Gehrit Jacobsz. 
WiTSEN, cum sociis, Directors of New Netherland. 
Copied in fac-slmile from the original in the Na- 
tional Archives at the Hague. Chromolith. by 
E. Spanier. (1850?) fol. 65 by 45. 15.— 

This map and that by Kleynties are the first of 
New-Netherland. See Asher's List iV". 1 and O'Cal- 
laghan. Documents pp. 11, 13, where both maps 
are inserted, but not in Chromolith. — Unique copy, 
unfolded, and sefarately printed. 



2271 New-Netherland. — Novi Belgii Novaeque 
Angliae nee non partis Virginiae tabula, raultis in 
locis emendate a N. J. Visschero. (Amst., about 
1640). sq. fol. 55 •. by 47. — Coloured. 40.— 

"This map is very scarce; in fact I know of uo 
copy in the bands of a private individual" (Asher's 
List N°. 8). — By the words: „multis in locis 
r.i'i icmendata" Mr. Asher was led to the supposition 
■ ' 'that Visscher had before him another map, which 
he counterfeited and corrected. This map is not only 
of a larger size, but it gives more names of places 
and before all the view of New -Amsterdam entitled: 
••Nieuio Amsterdam op H Eylant Manhattans.''' 
(New Amsterdam on Manhattan Island). 

2272 Totius Neobelgii Nova et Accuratissima 

tabula. Amst., Hugo Allardt (about 1674). sq. 
fol. 55 by 47. — Very rare. 27.50 

Allardt added a considerable number of places on 
the Hudson, Delaware, Fresh River, etc. The old 
view of New-Amsterdam is replaced by a quite diffe- 
ring and later view, representing the recapture of 
the town by the Dutch, 1673, and inscribed: »Nieuw- 
Amsterdam onlangs Nieuto-York genoemt en nu her- 
nomen bij de Nederlanders den 24 Aug. 1673." 
(New- Amst. lately called N. York and now recap- 
tured by the Dutch). It is a spirited etching by 
the celebrated Romeyn de Hooghe. — (Asher's 
List NO. 13.) 

2273 Same map, with same title and etched 

view of New-Amsterdam, and same inscription, 
but with address: Amst., R. et J. Ottens. (about 
1750). sq. fol. 55 by 47. - Coloured. 15.— 

Asher's List N". 18. 

2274 Novi Belgii Novaeque Angliae nee non 

Pennsylvaniae et partis Virginiae tabula, multis 
in locis emendata a J. Danckers. (Amst., about 
1680.) sq. fol. 55 by 47. — Coloured. 12.— 

2276 Same map; plain, not coloured. 12. — 

With view of New-York bearing the inscription: 
„Nieuw Yorck, eertijds gcnaemt Nieiiw Amsterdam 
op H Eylant Manhattans'" (New York, formerly 
called New Amsterdam, on Manhattans's Island.) — 
{Asher's List N^. 19 and II.) 

2276 Novi Belgii, Novaeque Angliae nee non 

Partis Virginiae tabula, multis in locis emendata 
per Nicolaum Visscher. (Amst., about 1690). sq. fol. 
55^ by 47. — Coloured. 15. — 

Nicolaas Visscher retouched the plate of N. J. 
Visscher (N*. 2271). He added the emendations of 
Montanus and Allardt. Some names occur on no 
other map but this. He retained the view of ISeio- 
Amsterdam, but with his address. (Asher's List 
N". 14.) 

2277 Nicolas Visscher's map, with the view of 

New-Amsterdam, (N". 2271) with addition of the 
posterior address of F. Schenk Jun. (Amst., about 
1720). fol. 55j. by 47. — Coloured. 12.— 

This edition is not mentioned in Asher's List. 

2278 Novi Belgii tabula ad N. J. Visscheri 

delineationem repetita quae ex XXX aliis tabulis 
colligi potuernnt additis, lapidi incisa, dirigente 
G. M. Asher. (Amst. 1855). sq. fol. 54 by 46. — 
Proof before the inscription, etc. 10. — 

2279 New-Netherland. — Map of New-Nether- 
land, after those by A. Roggeveen, A. Montanus, 
a. 0., by J. P. Bourje. (Middelburg. 1818). fol. 40 
by 54. 1.25 

From: N. C. Lambrechtsen, Korte beschryving, 
etc. {Short description of the discovery etc. of New- 
Netherland). Midd. 1818. N". 1761. 

2280 Same map. The original drawing by J. P. 

Bourje. Same size. 6, — 

2281 Chart of the coasts of New-Netherland 

(with Virginia and New-England), by Arnold 
Colom. Amsterdam (1650?) 55 by 63. Coloured. 

Not mentioned in Asher's List. 

2282 New- York. — New- York and New-Jersey, 
with a part of Pennsylvania and the Province 
of Quebec, from the observations of C. J. Sauthier. 
Augsburg, M. A. Loiter. 1777. 2 sheets, fol. To- 
gether 76 by 57. — Coloured. 8.— 

Published on account of the war. 

2283 View of the city, about 1750. With views 

of Quebec, Mexico and the Niagara. 4 Engrav. 
on 1 sheet Ig. sq. fol. — (From G. de L'lsWs 
Atlas. 1757). 3.— 

2284 "New & Accurate Plan of the City of 

New York in the State of New York in North 
America. Published (Philadelphia?) in 1797". 
B. Taylor del., /. Roberts sculps. — 2 sheets, fol. 
Together: 94 by 60. — Pasted on cloth, in good 
condition. 20. — 

Rare and very remarkable plan. Of some buil- 
dings the front is delineated, f. i. of the Governor's 
House, the Goal, the College, the Work-house, 
etc. — In the right corner a view on the city from 
Long- Island. hi 

2285 The city of New- York as laid out by the fj 

Commissioners, with the surrounding country, by 
John Randal Jun. 1821. large sq. fol. 96 by 67. 

on cloth and wooden rolls. 3.50 

2286 New- York, State. — Map of Messs Gor- 
ham & Phelps's purchase now the County of 
Ontario in the State of New York, by A. Porter. 
Engraved by A. Doolittle, N. Haven, (about 1795). 
High fol. 39 by 60. - Pasted on cloth. — Very 
rare. 20. — 

Map illustrating a similar negotiation, as mentio- 
ned in N". 1213 — 15, for a tract adjacent to that, 
described in that N". — On the map the autograph 
signature of J. G. v. Staphorst, one of the subcri- 
bers of the W. Gennesee-negotiation, with date: 1797. 

2287 „A Map of Servis Patent and the Coun- 
try adjacent." — Manuscript map. High fol. 54 by 
75. — Pasted on cloth. 30.— 

Survey for another land-negotiation between the 
Blackriver and the Mohawk. On the varions tracts. 

Fbbdesik Mulleb & C, 




which are parcelled and nurabered, the names of the 
owners: f. i. : Kelly, 2000 Acres, Steuben, Willet, 
Woodhull, Adgate, liansing, Curtenius. etc. etc. 

2288 New- York, State. - Map of Morris's Pur- 
chase or West-Gennesee, exhibiting part of the 
Lakefl Erie and Ontario, the Straights of Niagara, 
Chautauque Lake, etc. . . . several tracts of land 
purchased by the Holland Land Company, W. & 
J. Willink, a. o. — laid down bv /. & B. EllicoU. 
1800. fol. 66 by 52. -- Very rare. 25.— 

Same map as described in N". 1214 but a later 
and much more interesting edition. The parts bor- 
dering the Laices Erie and Ontario, which are still 
blank iu the first edition, are here filled up. We 
call especially attentioa for another purchase of land, 
delineated here, viz. : that of 5. SterreVs Tract, 
175000 Acres, of the East boundary of Gennesee 
tract. On this part, MS. letters occur, correspon- 
ding with a Manuscript list (on the right margin), 
of the subscribers' names and the number of acres, 
allotted to each, — evidently made up by one of 
the Dutch subscribers. 

2289 The same, with part of the adjacent states, 

by J. Heddy. New- York, J. E. Astbum and C. 
1818. 98 by 110. coloured, pasted on cloth and 
folded in 8vo. 1.50 

2290 New- York. — Canals (Public document rela- 
ting to the), — which are to connect the Wes- 
tern and Northern Lakes, with the Atlantic Ocean : 
with an introduction. New-York, 1821. bds. 484 
pp. and large map. 8vo. 5. — 

2291 Reports of the Comptroller. Valuation of 

real and personal estate in the several cities and 
counties. — Statistics ascertained by the census 
of 1840. — On the several funds. — On the ex- 
penditures on the canals, etc. 1840. Albany, 1841. 
7 parts. 8vo. 1.50 

2292 Collection of the New York Historical 

Society. Publication Fund Series. New York, 
1868—72. 5 vols, cloth. Uncut, toy. Svo. — All 
yet published. 100. — 

Printed for the Subscribers to the Fund, and not 
for sale. 

The N. Y. Historical Society has established a 
Fund for the regular publication of its transactions 
and collections on American history. To eflfect its 
object, the Society proposed to issue one thousand 
scrip shares of 23 dollars each. Each share is 
transferable on the books of the Fund, in the hands 
of the Treasures, and entitles the holder, his heirs, 
administrators or assigns, to receive: 

I. Interest. — Until the Fund was complete, or 
suMcient, in the opinion of the Trustees, to enable 
the publications to commence without impairing the 
principal thereof, interest on the par value of his 
share or shares at the rate of five per cent per annum. 

n. Publications. — One copy of each aud every 
publication made at the expense of the fund, amoun- 
ting to not less than one octavo volume of 500 pa- 
ges per annum. 


The number of copies of these publications is 
strictly limited to 1250 of which the Society recei- 
ves for corresponding societies and exchanges for the 
increase of the Library, 250 copies — but no copies 
are offered for sale or disposition in any other man- 
ner by the Society. 

Subscribers copy of the late Mr. S. Alofsen of 
New-York Esq. 

These volumes contain among others the following 
papers: Continuation of Chalmers Political Annals. — 
The Colden letters on Smith's History, 1759— 60. — 
Documeuts relating to the admistration of Leisler, 
1689-1714. - The Clarendon Papers, 1660— 67. — 
Tracts relating to N. York. — Territorial rights of 
New York; the N'ew Hampshire Grants, etc. — 
The Lee Papers 1754 — 1778, etc. 

229.3 New- York. — Account of the Banquet, given 
by the Saint Nicholas Society of the city of N. Y., 
on the occasion of the visit of the Netherlands 
Frigate „Prins van Oranje"'. New York, 1852. 
Svo. 1.75 

Printed for the Society only. 

2294 New-Orleans. — Plan of the city. Engrav. 
by R. Benning. sq. 4". — For the London Maga- 
zine. (1775?) 1.50 

2295 Bird's eye view. Coloured lithogr. by 

C. Matter. (1855?) Ig. sq. fol. 2.— 

2296 Newzeit wie vnnsers allergnadigistn hern des 
Romischn vnd hyspaenischn Konigs lent Ain Cost- 
liche Newe Lanndschaflft habn gefundn. 120. — 

{News how the men of our most gracious Sove- 
reign King of Rome and Spain have found a most 
costly new country^ 

Precions Manuscript, with the date of 1520. 
6 leaves (two blank.) fol. — It contains the follo- 
wing pieces: 

I. Nachstends ist Copia ains briefs so ain die- 
ner seinen herrn aus dera Neugefunden Landtge- 
nant iucatan gesant hat... vnd der so disen brief 
schreibt ist in geselschaft ains Riters gefaren rait 
namen fernan cortes. 

( The following is the copy of a letter written by 
a servant to his master from the new found land 
Jucaian, — and he thai writes this letter has 
sailed in company of a nobleman, called Fernan 

li. Hernach folgtt Copia ains briefs aus Sibilia 
... so dem iohan dela pena gen borges Geschriben. 
{Here follows the copy of a letter from Sevilla, 
written to John de la Pena in Burgos.) 
III. Nachfolgtt kopia ains briefs aus Seuilla... 
hat diego dicharo diener mit namen diego dienz 
den gencato y almacon gen Borges geschriben. 
{Follows copy of a letter from Sevilla, written 
by Diego Dicharo's servant, whose name is Diego 
Diem to Oencato y Almacon in Burgos.) 

These 3 letters relate to the expedition of Cortes 
to Yucatan, which is treated by Peter Martyr in his 
»0e insulis nuper repertis." (See Grynaeus, Novas 
Orbis. N». 1301—10.) — They are full of details of 



the marvellous riches aud other wonderful things in 
this new discovered land and contain many curious 
aud interesting particulars. Earrisse cites only one 
German publication on this expedition (N°. 105 of 
bis Bibliotheca Vetust.) addiug, that it is apparently 
taken from Peter Martyr. As the present MS. is 
very different from this author's account, and most 
certainly never has been printed, 1 have made an edi- 
tion of it, reproducing the text of the original MS. 
1. in old letters of tho I5th century, with a trans- 
,., lation in modern German and French, printed in 
^■, . Italics (the original type made about 1565 by th^ 
_ celebrated A. Tavemier.) Only 30 numbered copies 
^ printed, all on old paper, by J. Enschede and 
Son at Haarlem, Price 10 flor. 

2297 Neue Welt. — a. Hier. Bentzon. Erste 
Theil der Newen Welt vnd Indianischen Nider- 
gangischen Konigreichs Newe vnd Wahrhafi'te His- 
tory... — i. Petrus Martyr. Ander Theil der 
NevFCu Welt. . . dariun alle Nainiuhaffte Thaten 
u. Geschichten ... — c. Levinus Apolonius. 
Dritte Theil der Newen Welt des Peruuischen 
Konigsreichs, wie dasselbig erfunden, vnd was fur 
schrockliche Krieg... verloflfen. Item von der 
Frantzosen Schifl'arth in die Landtschaft Floridam 
vnd jhrer schrocklichen Niderlag im Jar 1565. — 
Erst jetzt auss dem Latein. vertentschet dureh 
Nicol. Honiger von. Tauber Konigshofen. (At the 
end:) Getruckt zu Basel durch Henricpetri 1583. 
Stamped vellum, fine old binding with the letters 
I. M. V. F. and the date 1590, stamped in gold. 
foL Very fine copy,. 45. — 

The first and second part (« and h) of this col- 
lection are numbered 1 — DLIl, exclua. the titles and 
Indices of each (20 and 24 pp.) ; the 3d part has 
a separate pagination I — CCCCVI, excliis. the title 
and 10 pp. for the preface and index. — The first 
part has at the end the date 1581, the 2d part 1582. — 
Part a has been published before with date 1579 by 
the same Henricpetri and is much less rare than 
the two others ; complete copies, as this, are indeed 
very rare. — The pp. 320 — 28 of Levinus are occu- 
pied by a large view of Cusco in woodcut. 

2298 Neyn (P. de) Lusthof der Huwelyken, be- 
helsende de ceremonien zoo in Asia, Europa, 
Africa en America in gebruik zijn, etc. Amsterd., 
1681. vellum., plates. 8vo. 4. — 

( The pleasant matrimonial garden, containing the 
ceremonies of the peoples of Jjsia, Muropa, Africa 
and America.) 

Pp. 230 — 265 treat of the American tribes ; Apa- 
lachites, Brazilians, Inhabitants of Guiana, Florida, 
Ingas, New-Netiierland, New-France, Virginia, etc. 
With 8 plates, 2 of which relate to America. In 
the same volume of the same author: Vrolijke uuren 
of Mengeldichten. {Pleasant hours or Miscellaneous 
poems.) Amst. 1681. 8vo. 

2299 - 

The same. Amsterd, 1730. vellum, plates. 


2300 Nicholas (J. L.) Reis naar Nteuw-Zeeland, 

in 1814 en 15, in gezelschap met S. Marsden. Uit 
h. Eng. vert. Rotterd. 1819. 2 vols. kf. cf. 8vo. 

{Voyage to New- Zealand, in company with Ike, 
Rev. S. Marsden.) 

2801 Nicolai (El.) Neue and warhaflfte Relation, 
von deme was sich ... in den West- und Ost- 
Indien, von der Zeit an zugetragen, dasz sich die 
Navigationes der HoU. und Engelland. Corapag- 
nien daselbsthin angefangen . . . Sambt einer ne- 
wen Description d. Erdtbodems, in welchem die 
rechten besehaflfenheit d. Septentrional Landt. . . . 
AUes aus Castiglian. u. Portug. relationen coUig. 
Miinchen, 1619. map, pp. 1 — 128. 4to. — (pp 129 
to the end wanting.) 6. — 

Very scarce and highly interesting treatise, rela- 
ting many circumstances now entirely lost. 

2302 Nieoselli (Ant.) Compendio della vita del 
Beato Toribio Alfonso Mogrosesio, Arcivescovo di 
Lima. (ob. 1606, aet. 68, Pontif. 25.) Raccolta da 
processi fatta per la di lui beatificat. e canoniza- 
tione. Roma, 1679. 213 pp., engraved portr. vellum. 
4to. — Very rare. 16. — 

2303 Nieuhof (Job.) Gedenkweerdige Brasiliaense 
Zee- en Lant-Reize, beneffcns een beschrijving 
van gantsch Neerlants Brasil. Amst., 1682. — 
The same. Zee- en Lant-Reize door verscheyde ge- 
westen van Oostindien. Ibid. 1682. — 1 vol. 
calf. fol. 7.50 

(Memorable Brazilian voyage by sea and by land, 
with a description of Butch Brazil. — Voyage 
through various parts of East-India.) 

With the fine engraved portrait of the author, 
49 large plates and numerous smaller engraviugs in 
the text. The author lived 9 years (1640—49) in 
Brazil in the service of the Dutch West-India-Comp. 
After the loss of Brazil he entered the service of 
the East-India-Comp. and remained from 1655 — 71 
in Ceylon aud Batavia. His account of Brazil con- 
tains many precioiis documents. — The 2d work 
contains also a small poem of Jacob Sleendam, the 
first poet of New-Netherland "Op de stad Batavia" 
dated: "Batavia den 24 van Wijnmaand 1670." 

2304 Nieuwe In-teykeninge ende verhoog. d. 
Capitalen v. d. West-Ind. Comp. (1636.) \ fol. 
sheet. -^ Not in Ashers Essay. 2. — 

{New inscription and increase of the capitals of 
the W.-Ind.-Comp.) 

2305 Noel (S. B. J.) Histoire generale des peches 
anciennes et modeme.s dans les mers et les fleu- 
ves des 2 continens. Paris, 1815. Vol. I. {no more 
published.) bds. roy. 4to. 3. — 

2306 Nomsz (J.) Cora, of de Peruanen. Treurspel. 
Amst. 1784. plate. 8vo. Large paper y uncut. 1.80 

{Cora, or the Peruvians. Tragedy.) 

2307 Bartholemeus las Treurspel. Amst. 

1785. plate. 8vo. Large paper, uncut. 1.80 

(Barf hoi. las Casas. Tragedy.) 

2308 Noordsche Lauden (Beschryv. v. de) die 

Prederik Muijjjr & C°., 



gelegcn zyn onder den kouden Noordtpool, als 

Dencm., Swedeu, Noorw., Finlandt, Laplandt, 

Poolen, Pruissen, Yslandt. Van nieuws overaien 

en veroieerdert. Ainsterd., G. J. Saeghman^ (\Q<6'^ .) 

4 Koodeuls, hf. vellum. 4to. Fine eopij, (Tiele N®. 

261.) — Rare. 15.— 

{Description of the Northern countries, which are 

situated under (he cold Norihpole, as Denmark, 

Sweden, Norway, Finland, Lapland, Folandt, Fries- 

sia, etc. Newly revised and augmented.) 

2309 Noort (Ol. V.) Beschryringhc v. de Voyagie 

oiu den gcheelen Werelt Cloot om te zeylen door 

de Strate Magellanes, te handelen langs de Cus- 

ten V. Cica, Chili en Peru, en door de Molucques 

wederoiu thuys te coraen. Met vele cop. Caerten 

en fig. Rott., Jan v. Waesbergen en Corn. Claass. 

tot Amaterd. 1602. veUum. sq. 4to. (Tiele N". 16.) 

Vert/ fine copy. 70. — 

{Description of the voyage round the world, to 

sail through (he Strait of Magellanes, to barter at 

the coast of Cica, Chili afid Feru and to return 

by he Moluques. With many engrav. and maps 

on copper.) 

Reprint, with some differences in orthography, of 
the lirst edition, of 1601, which is so rare that I 
have had and met with it only once. This reprint 
is rare, but not to that degree. — l)e Bry have 
given in their Gr. Voy. I.X. 3 a Latin translation, 
but much abridged, and in which the 25 plates and 
maps of the original are reduced to 12 copies and 
2 imaginary prints. 

2310 The same. (Amst. 1646.) sd. sq. 4to. 

(Tiele p. 33.) 3.50 

With 25 pi. — Forms part of the collection: 
Begin en Voorlgangh (N". 272 — 74) without separate 
title; abridged reprint of the original, but with many 
new additions on former voyages. 

2311 The same, with addition of: de 2e voyagie 

V. Jac. V. Neck naar 0. Indien. Amsterd., J. Hart- 
gers, 1648. 4to. (Tiele N«. 21.) 4.50 

With 1 plate in 6 divisions. Reprint of the for- 
mer edit., the 2d voyage by v. Neck much abrid- 
ged; it is strange this interesting voyage has been 
added, only in this edition, and the following. 

2312 The Siime. Ibid. 1650. 4to. (Tiele N''.23.) 

Rare second edition of Hartgers, with the same 

2313 The same. Amst., O.J.Saeghman,{V^^?i'i) 

4to. (Tiele N". 25.) Very rare. Tall and fine copy. 

With 6 plates in the text, 2 engraved and 4 on 
wood. Reprint of the former edition, but abridged 
and without the new additions of 1646. 

K,^314 The same. (Amst.) Voor Abr. Cornelis, 

. 1764. 4to. (Tiele N". 29.) Rare. Good copy. 5.- 
With 9 figg. on wood, bad impressions. — Chap-book. 

2315 Description da penible voyage faict en- 
tour de rUnivere ou globe terrestre, ... pour 

traversant les deotroict de Magellanes, descovrir 
les costes de Cica, Cbili et Peru, et y traffiquer 
et puis passant les Molucques, et circumnavigaut 
le globe du monde retourner a la patrie. 1598 a 
1601. Amstelred., Com. Claesz, 1602. 25 maps and 
plates, vellum. M. (Tiele N". 17.) 75.— 

Very fine copy of this first French edition, oi the 
UTMOST EARiTY, reprinted by De Bry vol. 9, and 
by Hulsius vol. 11. — Mr. Tiele quotes this edition 
only from Camus, and a copy at the National Li- 
brary at Paris. — The title mounted, else a very 
fine copy. 

2316 Noort (Ol. V.) Description du penible voyage 
etc. Amsterdam, Vefve de Com. Nicolas, 1610. 
25 maps and plates, fol. (Tiele N**. 19.)^ 28.— 

Second edition in French of the precediiig work. — 
Good sound copy. 

2317 Eigentliche and warhaiffige Beschreibung, 

der wunderbarlichen Schiffarth (der Hollander) 
rundthumher dem gantzen Kreitz der Erden ge- 
than ... 1598— 1601. Ausz der Niederland. Sprach 
in die Hochteutsche vertolmetschet durch Joh. 
Schafl'er. Amsterd., durch Cornel. Nicolam, 1602. 
25 maps and plates, in the original old calf binding. 
sq. 4to. (Tiele N". 18.) 72.— 

This German edition is among the barest ol all, 
and differs of the German translation by Cr. Artas, 
in De Bry's Collection of Voyages. 

Mr. Tiele knew only one copy in possession of 
the Hon. J. Lenox, New- York. — The collation of 
the leaves goes to M 111. 

The plates are the same as in the original Dutch 

— Wants dedication, 1 leaf; plate 7 (Porto de 
Seyro) is replaced by the same plate from the Col- 
lection of Voyages: Begin en Voortgangh, 1646. 
A good copy, in some places a little stained. 

2318 Nootwendich Dlscours van de Particl- 
panten der Oost-Ind. Comp. tegens Bewiiitheb- 
bers. 1622. 4to. (Asher N". 77.) 2.— 

{Necessary discourse by the shareholders of the 
E.-T.-C. against the Directors.) 

2319 Nootwendiger Disoours . . . (Tweede) 
van de Participanten der Oost-fnd. Comp. tegens 
Bewinthebbers. (1622.) 4to. (Asher N». 78.) 3.— 

{Second necessary discourse. . by the sharehol- 
ders of the E.-I.-C. against the Directors.) 


The same, tcncut. 4to. 


2321 North Amerioan Review and Miscella- 
neous Journal. Boston, 1820—1826. N". 26-53, 
forming Vol. 10—23. (New Series. Vol. 1—14. 
8". 10.— 

Published under the Editorship of Edw. Everett 
and J. Sparks, with contributions of the most pro- 
minent writers of the United States. — Contains 
also valuable bibliographical information in the Quar- 
terly lists of new publications and -Intelligence.^' 

2322 Narrative of the campaigns of the British 

army at Washington and New Orleans, in 18H 



and 1815; with some accounts of the countries 
visited. 2d edit. Lond. 1826. bds. 8vo. 1.75 

2323 North-East-passage. 1596. — One of Heeras- 
kerck's boats, attacked by seals. — The Dutch in 
Nova Zenibla. 4 figg, on one sheet. — Fine et- 
chings by Jan Luyken. 2 sheets, sq. fol. 3. — 

2324 Same engravings. Later impressions. 2. — 

2325 Northern-Seas between Europe and Ame- 
rica, including the American coast (New-foundland, 
Labrador and Greenland), by A. Arroiosmith. Lon- 
don. 1808. 4 sh. large fol. Each 100 by 64. 4.- 

One sheet with part of the Baltic wanting, the 
part with the American coast complete. 

2326 Notice sur Tetat actuel de la mission de la 
Louisiane. Paris, 1820. 8vo. —.80 

2327 Notificatie. Ue Bewinthebberen van de Ge- 
nerale Geoct. West-Ind. Corapagnie . . . raaken 
bekent, dat sy goetgevonden hebben op het Ey- 
lant Curagao aan te stellen eene opene Marckt van 
Stoarte-Slaven, soo wel Pieces d'Inc/ias als Manque- 
rom, voor "Clk en een yder die deselve eal wil- 
len kopen", etc. Middelburg, 1689. Broadside, fol. 

{Notification. Directors of the West- India Com- 
pany ... announce that they have resolved to 
establish at the island of Curagao, a free market 
of Black-Slaves, as well Pieces d' Indias, as Man- 
queroiis, for each who will buy them^ etc.) 

Official notification of the W. \. Comp. for 
public advertisement. — Very kaee and charac- 

2328 Nott, EL, Amer. Divine and Naturalist, Pre- 
sident of Union College, from 1804, upwards of 
60 years. — A. L. S. to B. L. Butler, dat. April 
28, 1819. 1 p. 4». 1.75 

2329 Nova-Scotia, Acadia and New-Foundland, 
Amst. A'. Visscher. (about 1675). High fol. 47 by 
56. — Coloured. 2.50 

With the shallows and banks along the coast. 

2330 Nova-Zembla, Strait Waygats and Nassau, 
Northern coast of the land of the Samoyedes. — 
Amst. 1657. sq. fol. 51 by 41. — CoUured. — 
Dutch text on verso. 3. — 

Interesting map illustrating the Dutch expedition 
in search of a North- West- Passage, by Heemslserck 
and Barendsz. 1596. 

2331 Novis Orbis, id est, Navigationes primae in 
Auiericam, quibus adjunximus Casp. Varrerii dis- 
cursum super Ophyra regione. Roterodami, J. L. 
Berewout^ 1616. vellum. 8vo. J^ery rare. 18. — 

»Ce recueil renferme la partie de Grynaeus, qni 
Se rapporte a TAmerique." Brunei. 

As all the books of this publisher, this collection 
is very rare. — Contents: Navigatio Colnmbi, V. 
Pinzoni, Am. Vespatii; Petrus Martyr, Ue iusulis 
nnper repertisj F. Cortesii narrationes; Nicolaus 
Herborn., de Indis convertendis. — The wDe Ophyra 
regione" is not in our copy. 

2332 Nyenborgh (J. v.) Weeckwercken der ghe- 
denckwaerdighe Historien, Leerghedichten en 
Spreucken, enz. Groningen, 1657. vellum, portr. 
and jilates. 4to. 5. — 

( IVie Works of the week, in memorable Histories, 
didactic Poems, etc.) 

Curious volume, conl. the history of the disco- 
very of New-Netherland. 

2333 Nyenburg. — Dagverhaal wegens den op- 
stand en het afioopen van 't Oost-lndisch Com- 
pagnie-schip Nyenburg, Schipper Jac. Ketel naar 
Batavia gedeslineerd. Amsterd., (1764.) 4to. Uncut. 

(Journal of the rebellion, which took place on the 
East-India ship Nyenburg, Capt. Ketel, during the 
voyage to Batavia.) 

2334 Nylant (P.) en J. van Hextor, Het Schonw- 
tooneel der aertsche schepselcn; afbeeldende aller- 
hande raenschen, beesten, vogelen, etc. Amsterd., 
1672. 3 vols in 1. vellum, 160 woodcuts. 4to. Per- 
fectly clean copy. Rare. 6. — 

{Theatre of the earthly creatures, representing 
various men, beasts, birds etc.) 

This carious popular work contains pp. 26—41 
the description of the peoples of America: Brazili- 
ans, Virginians, Magellanes, New-Netherlanders, 
etc. — with woodcut engravings. 

2335 (Obert), Memoire conten. un aper^u statis- 
tique de I'Etat de Guatemala, des renseignements 
sur son commerce, son Industrie, etc. Brux. 1840. 
map and pi. sd. 8vo. 1.80 

2336 Obreen (J. A.) De militaire organiaatie der 
Vereen. Staten, een voorbeeld voor Europa? Delft, 
1871. 8vo. —.60 

{The military organisation of the JJ. S. an 
example for Europe Y) 

2337 Observations impartiales d'un vrai Hollan- 
dois, pour servir de Reponse au Discours d'un 
soi-disant bon Hollandois a ses compatriotes. Avec 
la suite. Arnh. 1778, 79. 2 pts. sd. 8vo. 2.50 

On the insurrection of the United States. 

2338 OCallaghan (E. B.) History of New-Nether- 
land or New- York, under the Dutch. New- York, 
1847—48. 2 vols, cloth, map and portr. of P.Siuy- 
vesant. 8vo. 15. — 

2339 The Documentary history of the State of 

New- York, arranged under the direction of the 
Hon. Chr. Morgan. Albany, 1849--51. 4 vols. 
cloth, maps and plates. 8vo. 25. — 

"A most valuable collection, consisting of MSS. 
documents connected with the early history of the 
colony, the Indian aborigines etc., down to the year 
1803. also reprints of rare historical memoirs etc". 
Printed at the eipence of the State. 

2340 Ocliffe (Ch.) Scenes Americaines; 18 mois 
dans le Nouveau Monde. 2e edit. augm. Brux. 
1853. sd. 8vo. 1.25 

2341 Octroy (Het geamplieerde) van de Oost-lnd. 
Comp. by de ... Staten Generael, tot wechne- 

Fredeeik Mullek & C, 



miuge van alio dispilten ende questien, . , . Midts- 
gad. eene corte verthooninge van de nootsakc- 
lickheyt vande geoctr. West-lnd. Navigatie, by 
niiddel vandc welcke de wye Nederl. Kepnblique 
... tot de hoogste prosperiteyt . . . gheraeeken, 
etc. No place. 162.S. 4to. (Asher N\ 82.) 5.— 

, ,v {T/te enlarged Charter of the East-lnd. Comp., 
iresolved by the . . . States General . . . for obvia- 
ting all disputes and quarrels. As also: A short 
demonstration of the necessity of the chartered 
W. Ind. Navigation, by means of which the Free 
Butch Republic . . . will attain the highest pro- 
sperity etc.) 

2342 Octroi of conditien, onder dewelke de Staten 
Gener. de colonie van Suriname hebben doen val- 
len in handen van de West-lnd. Comp. 'sGrav. 
1682. 4to. 3.— 

{Octroy or conditions, by which the Slates Gener. 
have committed the colony of Surinam to the West- 
lnd. Comp.) 

Original edition. 
2343 The same, 's Gravenh., 1752. 4to. 1.50 

2344 Odernheimer (Fr.) Das Festland Austra- 
lien. Geograph., naturwissenschaftl. n. kulturge- 
schichtl. Skizzen. Wiesbaden, 1861. 8vo. 1.50 

Beilage zu den Jahrb. d. Vereins f. Natnrkunde 
im Herzogth. Nassau. Heft XV. 

2345 Oesfeld, C W. v., Der Karten-Freund. Ber- 
lin. 1841—44. 2 parts 1 vol. 8'. 1.50 

234G Oflacial Extracts from the Resolutions of 
the States General of the United Prov. — Reports, 
Requests, Memorials etc., concerning Curasao 1739, 
most on the capturing of Dutch vessels by the 
English, 1758, the Commerce and the West-lnd. 
Comp. during the American War. 1787 — 92. 2 stout 
vols, vellum, fol. 8.50 

Very interesting collection of Official papers, and 
others, hardly to be met with in such number. 

2347 Other collection, contain, a. o. : Concept- 
Proclamation of the States General against the 
pamphlet: „Aan het volk van Nederland." 1781 
(See X". 8) : With MS. ampliations. — Request 
and memorials of the Court martial at Curasao. 
1783. — Request of Messrs. Hope and Co. at Am- 
sterdam, concerning the cargo of the American 
Iregate „Tfie Illttslrious President' with the advice 
of E. Luzac and other documents 1794. etc. fol. 


2348 Oldendorp (C. G. A.) Geschlchte der Mis- 
sion der evangel. Briider anf den caraibischen In- 
seln S. Thomas, S. Croix und S. Jan. Herausgeg. 
durch J. J. Bossart. Barby, 1777. 2 vols. 7 maps, 
calf gilt. 8vo. 7.50 

Very tine copy on thick paper. 

2349 [Olduiizon (J.)] Het Britannische Ryk in 
Amerika, zjjnde eone beschryving van de ontdek- 
king, bevolking enz. van de Brit. Colonien in 
America. Uit het Eng. aUmede cen oiustandigh 


bericht aang. de kofty en koflfyplantery. Amsterdv 
1721. 2 vols, in 1. vellum, maps. 4to. 3.50 

{The British Empire in America, beiyig a de- 
scription of the discovery, population etc. of the 
Sril. colonies; loith a circumstantial account of the 
coffee and the coffeeplantations.) 

2350 [Oldmizon (J.)] The same, sewed, uncut, litle 
and the 2 first leaves damaged in the upper margin. 


2351 Olearius (Ad.) Beschrijv. van de gedenk- 
waerd. zee- en landtreyse deur Persien naar Oost- 
Ind. gedaan van I. A. van Mandelslo. Ainsterd., 
1658. 4to. 2.50 

{Memorable voyage and travel through Persia to 
East-India, made by Mandelslo.) 

2352 Olinda da Fernambuco, in Brazil, cap- 
tured by the Admirals H. C. Loncq and D. van 
Weerdenburg 13 Febr. 1630. — View of Olinda 
with the Dutch fleet and map of a part of Brazil, 
with Fernambuca, on 1 sheet, am. lol. (From: 
Commelin, Fred. Henry. 1651.) 2. — 

2353 Same subject, with German inscription 

at the top of the plate and a German history of 
the capture at the bottom, sm. fol. 29 by 38. — 
Rare. 6. — 

2354 Same subject, about the same represen- 
tation but reversed, with German inscription at 
tlie top, and history at the bottom, both in italics. 
German plate, nearly the same size as the former, 
sq. fol. 4.— 

2355 Same subject. Plan of Olinda with part 

of the adjacent country, and German description 
at the foot of the plate. German engrav. sq. fol. — 
Rare. 4.- - 

2356 Clivier (J.) Reizen in den Molukschen Ar- 
chipeL naar Makassar, enz. Amst., 1834 — 37. 2 vols. 
cloth, porlr. 8vo. (7.70) 3. — 

{Vogages in the Archipelago of the Moluccas to 
Makassar, etc.) 

2357 Olofsen (E.) u. B. Povelaan, Reise durch 
Island, veranstaltet von. d. Kon. SocietUt d. Wia- 
sensch. in Kopenhagen. Aus d. D;ln. Ubersetzt. 
Kopenh. u. Leipz. 1794. 2 vols. 25 plates and map. 
hf. calf. 4to. 3.50 

2358 Olshausen (Th.) Die Vereinigten Staaten 
von Amerika geograph. u. statistisch beschrieben. 
Kiel, 1853— .55. 2 vols. 4 parts, maps. 8vo. 

(9.60) 2.75 

2859 Omstandigh Verhael van de Frahsche 

rodomontade voor het fort Curasaau (1673.) 4to. 

Uncut. Very rare tract. 4.— 

{Circumstantial account of the French rodomon- 

tade before the Fort Curasao.) 

2359« Ontdeokinge van 't Eyland van Pines, sijnde 
een waerachtige beschrijvinge etc. Uit het Engela 
vertaelt. Arast., Jac. Stichter, 1668.^^4>io. WUA » 
map of Pines on the title. X" i.;"- '^•'"" 




••'•T I {Ducavety of the iiland of P'nies, being a true 

^^fi.i'.descripiion etc. Transl. from ike English) 

-«\* A literary forgery, or properly a little romance 

■ "'' like that of Swift and Defoe, but shorter and less 

spirited. — Account by the discoverer Joiis Pines, 
shipwrecked at the Island in 1589. — Very rare. 
2359i Ontdekkingen in de Zuidzee, en berichten 
aang. de La Perouse en zijne tochtgcnooten, etc. 
Haarlem, 1799. 2 parts in 1. kf. calf. 8vo. — 
Confer. N". 1779—1783. 1.50 

{^Discoveries in the South-Sea^ and reports con- 
cerning La Perouse, etc. Transl. from the French ) 

2360 Oor (Het) in het Kabinet, of geheime zamen- 
spraken van Lord North, Lord Weymouth, de 
Hertog V. Richmond etc. betreft. den toestand van 
America. . . London, J. Bew, {but printed in Hol- 
land) (1780?) 8vo. 1.50 

{The Ear in the Cabinet, or secret intercourses 
of Lord North, Lord Weymouth, etc., on the state 
of America.) 

A translation oiCeritier's Destin deVAmerique. — 
See NO. 642. 

2361 Oost-Indische Voyagien door dien Begin 
en Voortgangh v. de Vereen. Nederl. Geoctr. 0. 
Ind. Comp. Vervatt. de voornaemste Reysen enz. 
le dl. daerin begrepen zyn 16 Voyagien. Amst., 
/. Eartgers, 1648. vellum. 4to. Very fine, sou?td, 
tall copy in the first binding. (Tiele N". 8.) 170. — 

{East India Voyages by the rise and progress 
of the United E. I. Comp ; comprising the prin- 
' '■■• Cipal Voyages thither, etc. lat Vol. [the only publ.] 
— -containing 16 Voyages.) 

S362 Same work, bound in 2 vols, vellum. En- 

■ graved title wanting, part of the introduction 
slightly stained ^by water, complete with sill the 
plates. Short copy. 65. — 

Reprint, with slight differences, of the largest pai;t 

of the collection of Coramelin (N". 272— 74.) Seven 

. parts and the largest part of 21 of that collection, 

oli 1, Ate not in this; on the other hand part 10 and 11 

of Hartgers' collection is wanting in the other. 

To each voyage a plate in 6 divisions is added, 
representing its most memorable events. 

This volume is called: 1st vol., as the publisher 
Hartgers had in mind to give a 2d vol.; he has 
indeed issued about the same time 5 parts of voyages 
but not to East- India; it may be that these were 
■ * intended to form his 2d vol. These 5 voyages are: 
.b'iu-p_ j_ M(aree8), Beschrijv. v. Guinea. 1650. — 
(E. Lopez), Beschrijv. v. Congo. 1630. — Beschr\jv. 
v. Virginia, Nieuw-Nederland. 1651. — Somer, 
Reize naar de Levant. 1649. — Olearius en Man- 
delslo, Feniaensche Reise. 1651. 2 parts. 

2363 Oost-Indisohe Voyagien (Verscheyde). 

Met de Beschrijvingen v. Indien. Eerste deel. 
{Engraved title, no printed coUeetive title existing.) 
Amsterdam, G. J. Saeghman. (No date, but about 
1563.) 19 parts in 1 vol. 4to. 
'. {Divers East-Indian voyages, with the descrip- 
"■•*' iions of Indian, 1st vol. [the only published.]) 

— Versoheyde Journalen v. Zee- en Landt- 
Keyson, mitsgaders de besfhrijvingh van de Lan- 
dcn on Volekoren, die gelo<?cn syn ondor den kou- 
den Noordpool. Amst., 0. J. Sarghman. (No date, 
but about 166:5.) 8 parts in 1 vol. 4to. 

{Divers Journals of Voyages and Travels, with 
the descriptions of ihn countries and nations lying 
under the cold Northpole.) 
Together '? vols., one in hf. red. mor., one in 
boards, wanting only part 14. 4to. 22.5. — 

The complete collection of all the voyages publis- 
hed or reprinted by Saejihman in .Amsterdam, con- 
sists in 28 parts, (19 to India, 9 to the JNorth), viz.: 
1st coll. [on ludiaj : 1 — 3. Linschoten. 4. Hout- 
man. 5. v. Neck. 6. v. Neck's 2d voy. 7. v. Noort. 
8. de Weert. 9. Spilbergen. 10. Spilbergen's 2d voy. 
11. Schouten. 12. Hermite. 13. v. d. Kroecke. 
14. V. d. Hagen. 15. Boutekoe. 16. Pulsaert. 
17. Sparrow-hawk. 18. Benzoni. 19. Las Casas. 

2d coll. [on the North.] I. de Veer. 2 Greenland. 
3. Segersz, Spitzbergen. 4. Two journals of Mau- 
ritius. 5. Raveu, Greenland. 6. Moscovia. 7- Nor- 
thern countries. 8. Turkey. 9. Beschrijv. d. Wan- 
scbepsels en Amazoonen. 

The largest part of Ibis book, viz. 4 to 16 of the 
1st, and I and 3 of the 2d colleclion, is reprinted 
from the editions of Hartgers in 1648 (see N°. 2361); 
the parts I to 3, 17 and 19 of the 1st and 4 of 
the 2d coll., are reprinted from anterior editions; — 
part 2, 6 to 9 of the 2d coll. seem to be compi- 
lations. — .N". 3, 2d coll., is quite original. 

Both collections are very rarely met complete, but 
especially the 2d which is nearly unique. The sepa- 
rate parts of the first collection are common, but 
rarely in good condition, as this edition and the great 
number of later reprints were popular books, pro- 
perly chap-books. After 1800, the use of these books 
by the people has nearly entirely ceased : there are 
only some few editions from 1800 to 1830, all coar- 
sely printed with old, much used woodcuts. The 
reprints of Saeghman possess however a special in- 
terest for the additions {Inwerp) inserted on different 
places to these voyages. 

The title of the 2d coll., given above, is on an 
engraved titlepage, but so rare that we have only met 
twice with it. In the present copy the N". 7, 8, 
10, 11, 12, 18 of the 1st, and N«. 1 of the 2d 
coll., are bound in 1 vol. hf. mor. gill edges. The 
parts 1 to 6. 9, 13^ 15, 16, 17, 19 of the 1st coll., 
and N". 9 of the 2d coll. (N". 15 is here in 2 dif- 
ferent edit., each of 60 pp.) are bound in 1 vol. 
bds. — N". 14 of the Ist collect, is wanting. 

A large copy, so good of condition and so com- 
plete as this, is of the utmost rarity. 

2364 Oost-Indisohe Voyagien (Verscheyde). 

Same collection. The engraved frontispiece of 

the first collection separately. 15. — 

2365 Openingh ofte bekentmaking van de suyver- 
heit van 'tgeloove van J. de Labadie, P. Yvon, 
P. du Liguon, H. en P. Schlutsr. Amst., 1671. 
4to. Uncut. Rare and important. 6.— 

Fbedeeik Mulleb & C, 



(Diiclonure or manifestation of the purily of the 
faith of J. de Labadie, Yvon, du JAgnon, H. and 
P. Sc Muter.) 

This P. Scliliiter is probably the same who in 
16S2 travelled iu Ncw-Ncthurland; his iutercsting 
journal was published by Mr. //. C. Murphy, iu 18G7. 

236G Onesimus Socundus. True interpretation 
of the Aincrican civil war, anil of England's cot- 
ton diflSculty; or Slavery t'roin a different point 
of view, tet. Sd edit. Lond. 18(53. 8vo. - .60 

2.'5()7 Opinions respcctingr the commercial inter- 
course between the United States of Aiiiorica and 
the dominions of Groat-liritain, incliuting obser- 
vations upon the neees.sity and importance of an 
American Navigation Act. By a citizen oi Mas- 
sachusetts. Boston, Sam. Hall, 1797. ad. uncut. 8vo. 

Not meationed by Rich. 

23C8 Opport (G.) Der Presbyter Johannes in Sage 
u. Geachichte. 2te verb. Aufl. Berlin, 1870. Bvo. 

5 — 

■J^iii) d' Orbigny (A.) Voyage pittoresqne dans 
lea deux Aiueriques. Resume de tous les voyages. 
Paris, 1836, portraits, maps and numerous steel- 
engravings, hf. cluth. 4 to. 4. — 

•2370 Orbis lumen et Atlantis juge tecta retecla: 
d. i.: Newe auszfiihrlic'ie Entdeck. und Beschrei- 
burig der gantzen Welt. Eranckf. a. il. 1658. ff/- 
lum. 4to. 2.50 

Paeg. 1.352 — 1403 treat on .American and West- 

2371 Orbis Terrarum descriptio duobis planis 
Hemisphaeriis eoinprehcnsa. l^ic. Geilekerck fee. 
Amst. J. Janssoniu's. 1618. lol. 57 by 41 ceu- 
tira. — Rare. ' 20.— 

In tine, engraved border with represent, of the 
4 Seasons, Creation and Doomsilay. The Western 
Hemisphere bears an inscription inemorating the ex- 
])loits of Columbus, V'esjmtius, Magellan, Drake, 
CJandish, Oliv. v. Noort and J. Spilbcrgeu, who 
•• superior e anno qui fail 161.^, inyrrssus est Mud' 
{Iretum Magellan.). The map was originally publis- 
hed in 1616. 

2372 Same map, aiictore H, Hotiniol Amst. 

1639. — In large, enxrav. border, termed by 24 

,; tig. of costumes: Brasilienses, Peruviani, .Magellani, 

; Moscovi, Paloni etc., and 18 plans: h'trnaburo, i'usco, 

Havana, Mexico, Muskou, Londra, etc. 2 .sh. fol. 

Together 76 by 44 centim. - I'uU maryins. 24. — 

NB. With the same iuscri|>tion : -Sapenore anno 

(1615)" etc., though publislied in 16!y. The editor 

has taken uo notice at all of le Matre's discoveries 

of 1C16. 

■ 2373 Orchard (N.) De Leeringe der Duyvehoi be- 
weezen te zijn de groote afval deezer laat.ste ty- 
den. ... Uit het Eng., volgens de copy gedrukt 
tc Louden, 1676, vert, door W. Sevvcl. Am.sterd. 
1691. 4to. 4.— 

(_The doctrine of the Devils proved to be the 


apostary of tkeie last days. Tranil. from the En- 
glish, printed at London, 1676.) 

The author was Minister id New-England. 

2374 Ordro by de. .. Staten Gener. gheraaeckt op 
het bevaren van de Middeliantsche Zee ende het 
Southalen in West-lndien. Amst., 1621. 4to. 2.50 

(Order by the States Gen. on the navigatiott of 
the Mediterranean and the tali-trade of .the West- 
Indies.) : ■' : . ,)m i!.t, ! . ;• -.;. kj,.'.' i:. 

2375 Ordro (Provisionele) ende Reglemont waer 

nae de schippers die ... vau dese. Stadt Hoorn, 
naer West- Indie ... om Spiit te laden, sullen wil- 
len varen . . . hen sullen het)ben te regiUeren. 
Hoorn, 1622. 4to. ,,' -. 2.— 

., {Provisional ordre and reyulation for the skip- 
pers, who will sail from this city of Room to the 
West- Indies, for salt.) 

2376 Oregon- Gebiet .(Das). Der Rephtstitel der 
Verein. Staaten klar und unbestveitbar. . Of53iellc 
Correspondenz der Brittischeu bevolniilcht. Mi- 
nisters in Washington u. des St^^8^(yet2^^4j d. 
Verein. Staaten. Bremen, 18461, Sv.p^, .^, ;• 1.25 

2377 O'Reilly (B.), Greenland, theadfiCWat Seas, 
and the Morth-West Passage to the Pacific Ocean, 
illustrated in a voyage to Davis's Strait, 1817. 
Lond. 1818. Maps and numerous plates, bds. 8vo. 


2378 Orinoco. — Map of the river from its en- 
trance till St. Thomas de la Guano. Anno 1629. — 
Facsimile drawing after the original Dutch sarVey, 
now in the Archives at the Hague, sq. fol. 49 
by 29. ■ . 4-— 

2379 Orta (Garcia 4e) Colloquios^oa simples e 
drogas c cousas medicinaes da India e assi de al- 
guuias fructas achadas nella (varias cultivadas troje 
no Brazil.) Lisboa, 1872. ^d. sni. 4to. (See N*. 
1467-^70.) ■ 12.— 

Reproduction facsimile of the edition of Ooa, 1563, 
published with preface by Mr. F. A. de Varnbagen. 
Printed only in a few copies. 

2380 Ortolius, Abr., Theatrum Orbis Terrarum. 
Antverpiae, Aegid. Copp. Diesth. 1570. ealf. fol. — 
With 53 plain maps. • — Fine, clean copy in the 
original binding. 60. — 

Seconu eoixioN of this celebrated Atlas, of the 
UTUOaT RAJiiTir.; published in the same year as the 
iirst edition, with u few alterations, and with a diffe- 
rent type. — The copy, here offered, wants one map 
(N". 46) and at the end a list "ontigua regionum 
uomina"' (a-'e llll), of little importance. 

Ortcli(:s' Atlas is especially valuable for the his- 
tory of cartography, as it shows the point, from 
which he started, and as with it quite a new epoch 
begun for the geographical sciences, applied to the 
construction of maps. — After the preface the au- 
thor gives a curious list of the geographical maps, 
as far known to and made use of by himself. — 
All the maps arc engraved i^ the celebrated Franc. 
Hogenbery. xv .i'.\sf j 



• :'\ Besides a large map of the world, this atlas con- 
tains a fiae general map of America ; on N°. 45 
Scondia with Greenland and the East-point, on 
N". 47 the West-point of N. America. 

2381 Ortelius, Abr., Theatrum Orbis Terrariim. 
Antwerpen, Gielis van Blest, 1571. vellum, fol. Title 
and aomleaves mended and stained by water. 20.— 

First edition with Dutch text, with the same 
53 maps as the Latin ed. of 1570. 

2382 Same edition, but with Dutch title. The 

maps coloured, and several monded, the right un- 
der corner of the title wanting, stained. 15. — 

Inserted 3 unnnmbered maps, engrav. by Hogen- 
lerg : the Rhine, Saxony, and a very interesting map 
of Russia by Ant. tFied, with ample notice on its 
origin, dated : 7fj7(5?a Lithuaniae, 1555. 

2383 Additamentum ([) Theatri Orbis Terra- 
rum. Antverpiae, 1573. 18 maps. — Additamentum 
III. Ibid. 1584. 24 maps. — Additamentum IV. 
Ibid. 1590. 22 maps. — In 1 vol. vellum, fol. — 
Very fine impressions of the maps. 45. — 

Very fine, clean and large copy of the rare sup- 
plements which ought to be joined to all copies of 
Ortelius' first atlas of 1570. — The first of them 
. .- ihas no special map of America, the maps of the 
,r,T,<,2 others are conform to the Supplements in German 
. (See Note to following N".) and contain the same 
4 maps of America described there. 

2384 Theatrum oder Schawbuch des Erdtkreys. 

AntorfF, Bey Chr. Planiin, 1580. — IFith 93 sheets 
of maps in contemporary colouring. — Der Dritte 
Zuzatz des Theatri Oder Schawbuchs dess Erd- 
bodems. Ibid. 1584. With 24 coloured maps. — Der 
Vierdte Zuzatz... Ibid. 1591. fFith 21 colour, maps 
(that of Germany wanting.) — In 1 vol. calf. 

„iol. — The binding damaged, else a fine copy. 75. — 

■^'j. Second issue of Ortelius' Theatrum with German 

. . ■- text, the first having been published in 1573 with 

69 maps. The text, which was in the first edition 

rather barbarous, is here entirely rewritten, and the 

portrait of Ortelius and 24 new maps added, so that 

.KixriitJijg edition contains no less than 40 maps in addi- 
' tion to those of the first Latin issue of 1570. The 
number of maps which have a special value for Ame- 
rica, has been raised to 6, three of which have been 

ain ''xeproduced from the above Latin edition, viz. the 

- ' map of the world, the map representing Greenland 
and that of America's West-point. The general map 
of America is perfectly new and much more correct. 
'^The two other additional maps, one of which is di- 
vided into 2 parts, represent New Spain and the 
*^^orthem part of Mexico, the West-Ind. Islands with 
Florida. Both are remarkable for their fullness of 
details, every river, hamlet, etc. being markfed. 

The value of the present copy is still considerably 
raised by the 2 supplements, which are very rare, 
being issued in a much smaller number than the 
original work. The first of them crntains 3 maps 
of America on 1 sheet: Peru (Didaco Mendezio 
auciore), Florida (Auct. Rier. Chiaues) and Guaste- 

can Regio. — In the other we find a large map of 
the Pacific Ocean, with the Western coasts of Ame- 
rica, full of details and showing a remarkable pro- 
gress of knowledge. 

2385 Ortelius, Abr., Theatre de I'Univers, conte- 
nant les cartes de tout le mondo, avec une brieve 
declaration d'icelles. (Anvers) 1587. hf. calf. 112 
colour, maps, a few of them repaired in the margin. 
fol. 35.— 

The maps on America are: N". 1 Map of the 
world. — N". 5 America in general (both as in the 
first Latin edition). — NO. 6 New-Spain. — N". 7 
Part of Mexico, Cuba and Hispaniola. — N". 8 Flo- 
rida, Guastecau and Peru. — (These maps 6 and 
7 are the same as in the above German edition, 
N". 8 was first published iu the 3d Supplement, 
15S4). — N". 90 The Northern countries, with 

2386 The same. French text. Anvers. 1598. 

hf. vellum. — Title mounted, else a fine copy. 25. — 

In this edition the number of maps has been aug- 
mented to 119. The maps of America are the same 
as in the above French edition, except N". 1 Map 
of the world, and N". 5 General map of America, H 
which are replaced by the more correct ones dated H 
1587. ■ 

These French editions of Ortelius have a special 
interest for the text, which is perfectly different from 
that of the above Latin and German editions, the 
German being iu fact only a translation of the La- 
tin. The text in both French editions is the same. 

2887 Theatrum orbis terrarum. Antverp., ex 

ope. Plantin., 1609. 115 maps. — Parergon in quo 

veteris geographiae tabulae aliquot. {Ibid. 1609.) 

40 maps. — Nomenclator Ptolemaicus. Antverp., 

R. Bruneau, 1603. — 1 vol. vellum, fol. — Vine 

copy. 30. — 

First edition published after the author's death, 

with his last corrections, considerable additions and 

the interesting list of all the editions of atlases and 

maps up to this date known to him. — Besides the 

mappaumndi, it contains 9 maps (on 5 leaves) of 

America, viz. : America in genera!, the Pacific, His- 

pania Nova, Coliacana Provincia, Hispaniola, Cuba 

and adjacent Islands, Peruvia, Florida, Guastecan. 

2388 An Epitome of Ortelius his theatre of the 

world, wherein the principal regions of the earth 
are described in smalle mappes. It is amplified 
with new mappes wanting in the Latin editions. 
London, John Norton (1610). vellum, sm. sq. 4". 

Very rare edition, containing 110 small maps 
(one of America) and two mappemundi with repre- 
sentation of America. — This copy has also the 
rare supplement: An addition of certaine maps unto 
this epitome of Ortelius: Title and 13 maps. 

2389 Ortelius, Abr., par I'^lix van Hulst. 

2e edit. Liege, 1846. portr. large 80. . 1.50 

Biography of the emiment Geographer and Car- 

Fkederik Mult-e« & C.. 





2390 Osbeck (Pehr) Dagbok Sfwer en Ostindisk 
Rcsa. 1750 — 52. Stockholm, 1752. vellum, 12 pi. 
8vo. 2.50 

2391 Osorii (H) De rebus Emmanuelis Lusitaniae 
regis, gostis libri XII. Item: Joa. Matalii Metelli 
Coaimentarins de reperta ab Hispanis etLusitanis 
in Occidentis et Orientis Indiam navigatione, de- 
qne popiilorum eins vita, moribus etc. Coloniae, 
1581. vellum. 8vo. G. — 

2392 - 

The same. Ibid. 1597. old calf, gilt edges. 



2393 Leven en bedrijf van Don Emanuel Ko- 

ning van Portugal, beheiz. d'ontdecking van Oost- 
Ind. en de eerste toehten der Portugezen cnz. 
Uit het Latijn vert Rotterdam, 1661—63. 2 vols. 
vellum. 12mo. •'> — 

{Life and achievements of Emanuel Kiny of Por- 
tugal, contain, the discovery of the East- Indies, 
the first Portuguese voyages thither, etc.) 

King Etnaaiiel played so important a part in the 
history of the first voyages to the New World, that 
the book of Osorio cannot be missed in any Biblio- 
theca Americana. It treats of the history of Brazil, 
the voyages of Magellanes, Cabral, Casp. de Lemos, 
etc. The Dutch edition is of rare occurrence. 

2394 • d' Indiaensche Historic der Portugcezen, 

... of Vervolg der Hiatorie van Dom Emmanuel, 
1521 tot 1610, beschreven door Kastagnede eu 
and. Uit het Fransch vert. Rotterd., l&IO. vellum. 
12H10. 3.— 

{The Indian History of the Portuguese., or Con- 
linuaiion of the history oj King Emanuel, 1521 — 
1610, by Castagnede etc. Transl. from the French.) 

Forms the 3d volume to the foregoing. 

2395 Ostermayer (H.) Tagebuch einer Reise nach 
Texas. Biberach. 1850. With 2 plates. 8vo. —.60 

2396 Ostertag (A.l lie Protestantsehe zondingen 
onder de Ueidenen. Naar het Hoogd. Dtrecht, 
1860. 8vo. 1.25 

{The Protestant Missiotts under the Heathens.) 

2397 Ottens, B. — Atlas Major, Amstelod., R. et J. 
Ottens. (1740). 4 vole. ///. vellum, roy. fol. 55.— 

"■* Factitious collection of about 350 maps, taken 

from the atlases of the 17th and the beginning of 
the 18th century, put together with a t\\\t oi Ottens'' 

•^' Atlas. It embraces 22 maps of America and its 
parts, amongst which some very rare ones: 1. Ge- 
neral map by Schenk. — 2. North-America by De 
risle (Amst., Schenk. 1708). — 3. Canada by De 
Vlsle (Paris, 170.3.) Rare. — 4, 5. Partie Occident, 
ct Orient, du Canada avec la Iiouisiane, Virgiuie, 
N. York, etc. (Paris 1688—89). Very rare map, 
in 2 sheets with indications of the stttlemenis of 
the aborigines. — 6, 7. North- America by H. Moll, 
(London 1714) 2 sheets, in the left under corner 
10 small maps of harbours, and scenes from the life 
of the New-Fonndlanders. fery rare. — 8. Map 
of the Dominions of the King of Gr. Britain in 
North-Am., by H. Moll. — 9. Map by H. Moll, 


composed of 5 smaller maps: a. Carolina and Vir- 
ginia, b. Louisiana, c. The improved part of Caro- 
lina with the settlements, d. Harbour of Charles- 
towu. e. General Map of N. Am. — f. The cataract 
of .N'iagara. Rare map (Lond. 1715). — 10. Mexico 
and Florida, (.^mst. Schenk). — 11. S. Domingo. 
(Amst., Covens en Mortier.) — 12. Jamaica. (Loud., 
Willdey). — 13. Caraib. Islands. (Amst , Ottens) — 
14. Ctira9ao. (Amst., }. v. Keulen). — 15. South- 
Aracrica. (Amst. Schenk 1708). — 16. Pern, Bra- 
zil, Amazone by De I' Isle. (Paris, chez I'autear 
1703). — 17. Isthmus of Panama. (Amst., Ottens). — 

18. Berbice. (Amst., Otte7is 1740). Large map. — 

19. Surinam. (Ibid.) — 20. Brazil. {Blaeu). — 
21. Paraguay, (Jhili, Straits of Magellan. (Amst., 
Vve Visschsr). — 22. Limits of the Sonth-Sea- 
Comp., by H. Moll. (1715?) 

2398 Ottens, R. — Ottens' Atlas. Amst., (about 
17601. hf. bd. fol. — 40 coloured maps. 5. — 

With a map of the Globe, of N- and of S. .Ame- 
rica, and one of the Gulf of Mexico, all by JaiUot. 

2399 Otis, Harrison Gray, Member of the Se- 
nate, Mayor of Boston, 1829-32. — A. L. S., 
no address, dat. May 6, 1817. 1 p. 4». 1.50 

2400 Overbeke (Aern. v.) Geestige Reysbeschry- 
ving naer Oost-Indien, 1668. (Amst.) Jan Joosten. 
1672. 4to. 1.50 

{Spirited description of a voyage to East- India.) 

2401 Owen (D. D.) Report of a geological survey 
of Wisconsin, Iowa and Minnesota. Philad. 1852. 
cloth, 36 colour, plates and maps, many woodcuts. 
roy. 4to. (48.--) 18.— 

2402 Outgbersz (J.) — Nieuwe volmaeckte Be- 
schry vmghe der vervaerlycker Strate Magellani, 
. . . door Jan Oulghersz van Enchuysen, die de 
selve Strate (Stuennan zynde op 'tschip 'tGeloove 
genaeipt) hen ende weder gezej'lt, ende over de 
9 niaanden daer in gheleghen heeft. Amst., Zach. 
Ileyns (1600.) figg. oJ the coast in woodcut, sm. sq. 
4t0. — Fine copy in the original vellum wrapper. 
(Tiele N". 115.) 24.— 

{New perfect Description of the frightful Strait 
oJ Magellanes ... by J. Outghersz from Etikhui- 
zen, who sailed this Strait to and fro, as Pilote 
on the ship named The Faith, and resided there 
more then 9 months.) 

Extremely rare description of the voyage of 
Seb. de Weert, published with the first edition of his 
expedition by Parent Jausz. (Potgieter.) Kvai. 1600, 
and never reprinted with the following editions of 
De IFeert, nor in the collection oJ De Bry. Mr. 
Muller has only once met a complete copy of the 
two parts together. 

2403 Oxley ( J ) Reizen in de binnenlanden van 
Anstralie. Uit h. Eng. Dordrecht, 1821. Maps and 
plates, hf calf. 8vo. 1.50 

{Voyages into the inland of Australia. 'IVansl. 
from the English.) 

2404 (Paddenburg, Q. G. v) Beschrijving van 




Curasao en onderhoorige eilanden. Haarlem, 1819. 

8vo. 1.— 

(Description of Curasao and the adjacent islandi.) 

2405 Pacific (The). — Mar do! Zur: the coast of 
America from California till Cape Horn. — From : 
Janssonius' Large Atlas. 1657. 2.50 

2406 Mer du Sud contenanti'lsle de Californie, 

les costes de Mexique, du Perou, Chili etc. Anist., 
f. Mortier, (about 1700). Large sq. fol. 75 by 60. — 
Coloured. 2.50 

2407 Carte nouvelle de la Mor du Sud. Amst., 

A. # H. de Leth, (about 1760). 2 sheets, fol. 
Together 93 by 59. — Coloured. 10. — 

Interesting map embracing the whole of America, 
and several separate maps and plans, viz. of Mexico, 
"Vera Cruz, Ilabana, the Isthmus of Panama, of 
Darien, etc. Besides some ethnogniphical figures, and 
historical annotations on the discoveries of the difTe- 
rent parts of America and of the adjacent Islands. 

.2408 Carte des nouvelles decouvertes au nord 

de }a Mer du, Sud, par de VIsle. Paris. 1750. sq. 
fol. 65 by 46. — Co/o^reoT. 2 50 

2409 Page (T. J.) La Plata, the Argentine Con- 
federation, and Paraguay . Narrative of the P^xplo- 
ration of the Tributaries of the River La Plata, 

' 1853—56, by Order of the U. S. Government. 
Lend. (N. Y.) 1859. map and numerous engrav., 
cloth, roy. 8vo. 6. — 

2410 Pages (de) Zee- en landreizen rondoui de 
waereld en naar derzolver bcide polen. Rotter- 
dam, 1784. sd. uncut. 4to. 3.50 

{Travels round the world and to both poles. 
( Transl. from the French.) 

Along Mississippi from New Orleans, through the 
United States, Mexico, South America, etc. 

2411 Paget (Thorn.) Minister of the English Pres- 
byt. Church at Amsterdam, who stood in many 
relations with the Brownists of that city. — Sig- 
ned Document, (in Dutch) dat. Jan. 13, 1646. 
1 full p. iol. — Ejcessivehj rare autograph. 15. — 

Petition to the Burgomasters of Amsterdam to be 
allowed the same gratification as before. 

2412 Paine (EL) Jurist and Statesman, Judge of 
the Supr. Court, U. S. Senator, 1795—1801. — 
A. L. S. to Rev. Bez. Howards of Springfield, 
dat. Philadelphia, Jan. 28,, 1799. 1 p. 4". 3.- 

On tax-payingi. ., ; .-^,j,'i.,, ., '. 

2413 (Paine, Th.) Le Sehs' Conimwn, addresse (j/c) 
aux habitana de TAmerique . . . Nouv. 6dit. av. 
plusieurs additions, un Appendix etc. Trad, de 

: T'Angl. Rotterdam, 1776. sd. uncut. 8vo. 2. — 

Translation of the celebrated pamphlet called •Com- 
mon Sense," of the same date as the original, and 
reproducing more truly the free expressions some- 
what polished in the later editions. Second edition, 
augmented by the •Addition" which afterwards were 
published separately. 

2414 The same. Paris, 1794. uncut. 8vo. 1.50 

2415 Paix (La) de 1782, ou le Bowl de Punch de 
Master Oliver Dreamer. Trad, de TAngl. Lond., 
1782. 8vo. 1.— 

2416 (Palacios) Esquisse de la Revolution de I'Ame- 
rique Espagnole ... par un citoyen de lAmerique 
Meridion. Trad, de I'Angl. Paris, 1817. sd. uncut. 
8vo. 1.50 

Rich says, that the author's name is Palacios. — 
Not in Barbier's Dictionnaire des Anonymcs. 

2417 Palafox y Mendoca (Juan de) Historia 
real sagrada, luz de principes y subditos. 2aimpr. 
Brussclas, Fr. Foppens, 1055. calf. 4to. 3.— 

Although this work does not contain anything re- 
lating to America, we have placed it in this cata- 
logue as being comjiosed by the illustrious Bishop 
of Mexico, author of the " Virtudes del India.'''' 

2418 Palairet (J.) Description abregce des Posses- 
sions Angl. et Fran^. du Continent Septentrional 
de rAm(5rique. Lond. 1755. 8vo. uncut. 1.50 

2419 Beknopte bcschrijving der Eng. en Fran- 

sche bezitt. op het vaste land van Noord-Amerika. 
Amst, 1755. 8vo. 1.50 

Dutch translation of the preceding work. H 

2420 Palmer (J.) Reize in de Vereen. Staten r^ 
N. America, en Neder- Canada, in 1817. Uit h. 
Eng. Haarlem, 1820. hf. cf. map. 8vo. 1.25 

{Journal of a travel in the Jjn, States and Lo-^ 
wer Canada. From the Engl.) ^m 

2421 Pamphlets on the War of Indepen-^ 
dence. — Five English Pamphlets in 1 vol. bds. 
uncut. 8vo. 4.50 

1. Observations on Dr. Price's Theory and prin- 
ciples of civil liberty and Government, preceded by 
a Letter to a friend, on the pretentions of the Ame- 
rican Colonies. York, 1776. — 2. Remarks on Dr. 
Price's Observations on the nature of civil liberty, 
etc. Lond. 1776. — 3. Letters on the spirit of 
Patriotism, on the idea of a Patriot King; and on 
the state of Parties at the accession of George L 
Lond. 1749. — 4. Three dialogues conceminK liberty. 
Lond. 1776. — 5. A five minides answer to Paine's 
letter to Gen. Washington. Lond. 1797. 

The first piece addressed in MS. by the author to 
Prof, van der Keessel; the last to Mr. Ltizac at 

2422 Five French Pamphlets in 1 vol. hf. 

bound. 8vo. 8. — 

1. Les droits de la Gr. Bret, etablis contra les 
pretentions des Americains. Pour servir dc reponse 
a la Declaration du Congres General. Trad, de I'Angl., 
par Freville. La Haye, 1776. — 2. L'Ameriquain 
aux Anglois, ou observations d'un merabre des Efcits- |l 
Unis de I'Araerique a divers ministres d' Auglet. '| 
Trad. p. M. D. B***. Pbilad. {en France), \1&\.— 

3. Le Destin de 1' Amerique, ou dialogues pittores- 
qucs. Trad, de I'Augl. (par Cerisier.) Lond. (1780.) — 

4. Th. Paine, Droits de rhorame ou reponse a I'ou- 
vrage de M. Burke, contre la Revolution Fran9. 
Trad, de I'Angl. Hambourg, 1791. — R, Goodloe 

Peederik Muller & C"., 



tJarprr, Observations sur la contestation entre les 
Etats-Unis et la France. Trad, de I'Angl. Lend. 1798. 

2423 Pamphlets on the War of Indepen- 
dence. — Answer to the Dechvration of tlie Con- 
gress, otli edit. Load. 1776. — Jos. Tucker, Four 
tracts on political and commercial subjects. 3d edit. 
Gloccster, 1776. — R. Price, Additional observa- 
tions on civil liberty, and the war with America; 
etc. 8d edit. Lond. 1777, — 3 vol in 1. sd, 8vo. 


2424 Nine English Pamphlets in 1 vol. fi/. bound. 

8vo. 9.50 

1. Cool Thoughts on the consequences to Great 
Britain of American Independence ^ on the expense 
of Gr. Brit, in the settlement and defence of the 
Amer. Colonies; on the value and importance of the 
Amer. Colonies and the VV. Ind. to the Brit. Em- 
pire. Lond. 1780. — 2. Plain Truth: or a Letter 
to the author of Dispassionate Thoughts on the Ame- 
rican War. 17S0. - 3. Thoughts on the letter of 
Edm. Unrke to the Sheriffs of Bristol, on the affairs 
of America. By the Eiirl of Abingdon. Oiford (no 
date). — 4. Remarks on the travels of the Marquis 
of Chastellui in N. America. Lond. 1787- — 5. OflB- 
cial Correspondence between 1). Lm's de Ouis, Mi- 
nister from Spain to the U. S., and J. Qnincy Adams, 
in relation to the Floridas and the Boundaries of 
Louisiana, etc. Lond. 1818. — 6. South America. 
A letter on the present state of that country, addres- 
sed to J. Monroe, Pres. U. S. By an American, 
liond. 1818. — 7. Considerations relat. to the war 
between Brazil and La Plata, ib. ISiOt. — 8. Cuba; 
or the policy of Engl., Mexico, and Spain, with 
regard to that island. Lond. 1830. — 9. Th. Hodg- 
kin, Inquiry into the merits of the American Colo- 
nization Society. With an account of the British 
African Colonial Soc. Lond. 1833. map. 

2425 Pamphlets on the Dutch West-Indian Co- 
lonies. (Surinam, Cura^o, etc.) 1775—1857. 19 parts 
in 2 covers. 8vo. 10. — 

This interesting collection contains: Roefpraatje 
over Suriname. 1774. — Reglement op het justitie- 
wezen in Suriname. 1815. — De West-Ind. Maat- 
schappij. 1828. — Onderwijs der Negerslaven in 
Suriname. 1841. — Colago Belmonte, Regerings- 
stelsel V. Ned. West-Indie. 1857. - {L. G. Vis- 
scher) De Westindien sedert het verlies van Brazilie 
en !V.-Nederland. — Sliikken aangaande de Suri- 
naam. aangelegenheden. 1845. 2 parts, etc. etc. 
— Pamphlets on Slaves, Slave trade. Emanci- 
pation and Results thereof: 

2426 in the British WesMnd. Colonies. — 

6 Engl, pamphlets, viz : Innes, Letter to Lord 
Glenclg, on the new system. 1835. — E. Cast, 
Redections on W. Ind. affairs. 1839. — E. Stanlei/, 
Claims and resources of the W. Ind. Colonies. 
1850. — The W. lud. Colonies. Demerara after 
15 years of freedom. 1853. etc. 8vo. 3.— 

■J427 in the French Colonies. — 6 French pam- 
phlets, viz: C. Coquerel, sur la legislation Angl. 


1820; gtir Tabolition. 1823. — TL Clarkson, Cri 
d. Afrlcains. 1821. — Addresso de la Soc. des 
Quakers. 1822. — Jollivet, Observations. 1844. — 
Politique de la France et d. colonies. 8vo. 2.50 

2428 Pamphlets in the Dutch West. Ind. Colo- 
nies, specially in Surinam. — Interesting Collection 
of 30 Dutch pamphlets, 1797—1868. 8vo. 8.— 

Cont : Philalethes Eientherns (W. de Vos), over d. 
Slavenstand, d. v. Gcnns. 1797. — Lamraens, Sterfte 
der slaven in Suriname. 1819. — Clarkson, Kreet 
d. Afrikanen. 1822. — J. de Neufville, de servorum 
Afrorum commercio. 1840. — Id. Vrijlating d. sla- 
ven. 1841. — (Plenningcr) Onderzoek. Paramaribo, 
1848. — Palthe Wesenhagen, v. Raders, v. d. Gon 
Netscher, etc. etc. 

2429 A similar collection. 1797—1865. 16 pam- 
phlets. 8vo. 4. — 

2430 Panama (The Isthmus oO- (Amst., Is. Tirion. 
1765.) Coloured map. fol. 31 by 27. 1.— 

2431 Panciroli (G.) Rerum memorabilium sive de- 
perditarum libri II. Comment"\riis illuslr. H. Sal- 
muth. Francof., 1600. 2 vols, in 1. calf. 4to. 3.25 

This curious work contains besides numerous other 
interesting pieces, in the 2d vol. a treatise 'De 
Novo Or be." 

2432 Papers relative to the West Indies. British 
Guiana 1841—42. (Official blue book.) Lond. 1842. 
fol. 1.50 

2433 Paraguay, Chili, Detroit de Magellan, etc. 
par G. de lisle. Amst. P. Mortier, (about 1700). 
fol. 57 by 49. -- Coloured. 2.60 

With historical and topographical observations on 
the map. 

2434 Parayba in Brazil, besieged and captured 
by the Dutch W. I. Company, 7 Dec. 1634. — 
Map of the country with the Dutch fleet, and in- 
scription in the upper right hand corner, sq. lol. — 
(From: Commelin Fred. Henry 1651). 2.— 

2435 Same plate but reversed, with inscription 

in the upper left hand corner. — (From Comme- 
lin 1652). 2.— 

2436 Park (J. A.) System of the law of Marine 
Insurances. 2d American edit., which Appendix. 
Boston, Thomas and Andrews. 1800. sheep. 8vo. 3. — 

2437 Park (Jam.) Christus Jesus verhooght. . . in 
een antwoort tot een duyster en onuut schriit ge- 
sonden aen ons het volck Godts, genaemt Qua- 
kers, door J. K. Knoll. Amst., 1670. 4to. 2.50 

{Christ magnified. . . in a reply to an obscure 
and useless writing, sent by J. K. Knoll to us, the 
people of God, called Quakers.) 

2438 Parnell (J.) Een ondersocck des geloofs. . . 
op dat een yeder sien mach wat haergeloofis. . . 
Amsterd. 1669. 4to. 1.— 

{An examination of the faith . . . that every one 
may see what his faith is,) 

2439 Parry ( W. E.) Reis ter ontdekking van eene 



Noord-Westel. doorvaart, in 1819 en 1820. Am- 

sterd. 1821. maps and platei. sd. 8vo. 1.25 

{Foi/ai]e for a discovery of a North- Jfest Passage.) 

2440 Parry (W. E.) Zweite Reise zur Entdeckung 
d. Nordwestl. Durehlahrt, 1821- 23. Aus d. Engl. 
Jeua, 1824. sd. 8vo. 1.25 

2441 Parthenii Giannettasii (N.) Piseatoria et 

Nautica. Neapoli, Typis Regiis, 1685. calf plates. 
8vo. 2.— 

Pp. 236—46 contain a poetical description of the 
discovery of the^New World by Columbus. 

2442 Patagonia. — The Commander Byron in tho 
company of a Patagouian woman and boy, 1764; 
engrav. by White, fol. 1. — 

2443 Patagonia, Terra del Fuego. — Drosa of 

the inhabitants. 2 engrav. by L. Portman. — Black 
and coloured. 8vo. 1.25 

2444 Paul Jonas. — Chapbook of popular songs 
under this title. (Amsterd. 1780?) 94 pp. sni.Svo. 
(wants title, pp. 23 -26, 55-58, 71—75, 87-90. 
sm. 8vo. 3.— 

Op the utmost rarity, wherefore it is presen- 
ted here with all its defectnosities. It begins with 
the popular Dutch song : Rure our dear Paul Jonas 
comes, — what a Junny jellow, — and proves the 
sympathy with him and the American cause. The 
current title at the top of the ^&ges\a: PaulJonas. 

2445 Paul-Jones, ou prophetiea sur rAmeriqne, 
I'Angletcrre, la France, I'Espagne, la Hollande etc. 
Y joint le reve dun Suisse sur la revolution de 
I'Amerique, dedie a M. Franklin. {.No place, but 
printed in Holland.) De I'ere de lindependance de 
TAmerique Tan V. (1788?) sd. uncut. 8vo. 1.50 

2446 Sherburne (J. H.), Leven van Paul 

Jones. Uit het Eng. Groning. 1829. sd. porir. 8vo. 


2447 PauUi, S., Orbis terraqueus in tabulis geo- 
graph. et hydrograph. descriptus. Argentorati, 
S. Paulli. 1673. 8". — Uncut. 4.60 

Contains a list of the maps published in Holland; 
on pp. 113 — 118 the maps of America. Besides 
collations of the maps in Ptoleraaeus, of the Atlas 
of Ortelius, Goes, van Loon, Jacob Theunisz, and 
of Sanson. The work is dedicated to Blaeu and his 
three sons, to Janssonius and N. J. Visscher. 

2448 P[auwj (de) llecherches philosophiques sur 
les Am*ricains. Berlin, G. J. Decker, 1768. 2 vols. 
calf. 8vo. 2.— 

2449 Recherches philosoph. sur los Americains. 

Avee une Dissertation sur I'Auierique, par Dom 
Pernettij. Londres, 1770. — Defense des Recher- 
ches philosophiques, p. Mr. de P***. Berlin, 1770. — 
3 vols, calf uniform. 8vo. 3.50 

2450 The same. Nouv. edition, considerable- 

ment augmentee. Avec la Defence etc. Cleve et 
Berlin, 1772. 3 vols. bds. 8vo. 3.— 

This edition does not contain the Dissertation etc. 
of Peruety. 

2451 P[auw] (de) Recherches philosophiques sur 
les Americains. Clove, 1772. 2 vols. — Pifrw^^y, Dis- 
sertation sur rAmerique et les Americaius, contre 
les Recherches philosoph. Berlin. I vol. — Defense 
des Recherches... Berlin, 1772. — Examen des 
Recherches et de la Defense. Berl., 1771. 2 vols. — 
Together 6 vols. hf. calf uniform. 8vo. — Com- 
plete ctiUection. 5. — 

2452 Ocuvres philosophiques. Paris, An Id. 

(1794.) 7 vols, maps, calf gilt. 8vo. 6.50 

Recherches philosoph. sur les Americaius; Dom 
Pernetij, Dissertat. contre les Recherches philos.j 
Defense d. Recherches, p. de Pauvo. 

2453 Wysgeerige bespiegelingen over Amerika. 

Deventer, 1771 — 72. 3 vols. hf. calf. sm. 8vo. 

Dutch translation of the 'Recherches philosoph. 
sur les Americaius."— Vol. Ill cont. the defence 
against Dora Pernety. 

2454 Pavie (Th.) Souvenirs Atlantiques. Voyage 
aux Etats-Unis et au Canada. Paris, 1833. 2 vols, 
in 1. hf. calf. 8vo. 1.75 

2455 Paxton (J. Ad.) Alphabetical List of all the 
wards, streets, roads, etc. in the city and suburbs 
of Philadelphia. (Preceded by a general descrip- 
tion.) (Philad. 1810.) hf. bound, sm. 8vo. — Rare. 


2456 Payne (J.) Geographical extracts forming a 
general view of earth and nature. Lond. 1796. 
maps. sd. 8vo. 2. — 

Contains many interesting notifications on the phy- 
sical and geographical position of North America. 

2457 Peabody. — An account of the proceedings 
at the dinner given by Mr. George Peabody to 
the Americans connected with the great Exhibi- 
tion, 27 Octob. 1851 . London, 1851. cloth, gilt 
edges. 8vo. 4. — 

"Printed for private distribution." 

2458 Pearson, Eliph., Prof, of Oriental languages 
at Harvard Univers., 1786—1806. — A. L. S. to 
Jon. French of Andover, dat. Cambridge. Nov. 3, 
1803. 1 p. 4«. 1.50 

University-affairs. j 

2459 Pelsert. — Ongeluckige Voyagie v. 't schipl 
Batavia nae de O.-lndien, gcbleven op de Abrot- 
hos V. F. Houtman. Uytgevaren onderF. Pelsert; 
vervatende h. verongelucken des Schips, als de 
grouwel. moorderyen ondcr 't gebergde Scheeps- 
volck op 't Eylant Batavia's Kerckhof. Geschiet 
in 1628 en 29. — Nevons h. trcur-blyeinde On- 
gheluck d. O.-l. Comp. Dien. in 16.36 wcdervaren 
in Siam, onder Jer. v. Vliot, en de groote tyran- 
nye v. Abas, Coninck v. Persien A". 1645 begaen 
tot Espahan. Met veel kop. pi. Amst., Jan Jansz., 
1647. bds. 4to. (Tiele W. 235.) 10.— 

{Unhappy voyage of the ship Batavia to East- 
India, wrecked on the Abrolhos of Houtman, which 
set sail under command of F. Pelsert; comprising 
the shipwreck and the horrible massacre amongst 

Fredeeik Mui.i,eb & C°., 



the taved erew, on the island "Batavia's church- 
yard"' in 1628 and 29. JFith the sad but joyfully 
ending tragedy of the servants of the E. I. Comp. 
in Siam, by J. v. Vliet. Also the great tyranny 
of Abas, king of Persia.) \ 

Very rare. With 6 plates. As far, as we know, 
the first edition. The next edition was piibl. by Jan 
Jansz. in 1648, and is augmented by one third; it 
is called on the title: 2d edition. — See N". 2461. 

2460 Pelsert. — The same. Amst., J . Rartgers, 
1648. bds. 4to. (Tide N<>. 236.) 5.— 

With 1 plate in 6 divisions. — Reprint of the 
preceding. There are 3 different editions by Hart- 
gers in this very year; this edition has 78 pp.; the 
2 other are less voluminous. 

2461 The same, without: v. Vliet, Siam. En 

nu in desen 2en druck wel een derde-deel ver- 
nieerderd {^And now in this 2d edition, augmented 
one third). Amst., Jan Jansz., 1648. bds. 4to. (Tide 
N». 239.) 7.50 

Fery rare. With the 6 pi. of the edition of 1647. — 
In the preface, dated 1st March 164S, the publisher 
says that Hartgers reprinted (to his [Jansz.'] loss 
and little profit to himself) the voyage of Pelseft, 
but he, Jhusz., having got new coratniinications re- 
published the voyage ranch enlarged. 

2462 The same. Utrecht, 164a. hf. vellum. 4to. 

Fine copy. (Tiele N". 140.) 6.— 

Cont. only the adventures of the ship Batavia, 
with some other discourses on the Indian navigation. 

2463 The same. Amst., J. Hartgers, 1651, hf 

vellum. 4to. Fine copy. (Tiele N". 241.) 6. — 

Exact reprint like the preceding edition. M. The- 
venot has given in the 2d part of his Collection an 
abridgement of this work and a memoir by Pelsaert, 
on the Indian commerce, the .originnl Dutch of which 
has remained unknown. 

2464 Penitentiary System in the United States. 
Report by the Society for the prevention of Pau- 
perism in the city of New-York. N.-York. 1822. 
8vo. 1.60 

24Go Penn (John) called : the American Penn, (grand- 
son of William Penn), Governor of Pennsylvania, 
1763-71, 1773-75. — A. L. S. to W. Johnson 
Bart., dat. Philadelphia, May 28, 1765. 2 full pp. 
1 lol. 25 — 

Interesting and fine letter on the relations with 
the Indians: "The Land on the West Branch of the 
Susquehanna not being yet purchased from the In- 
dians, it will justly give great ofieuce to them, if 
any should without their liberty, presume to make 
a .settlement there. I am indeed uiuch surprised to 
find that any of the Inhabitants of this Province 
should attempt such a thin<^ at this time, as they 
have so lately experienced the dreadful effects of an 
Indian War." . . . Ci;t. 

2466 Penn (Thomas) last sucviving son of Wil- 
liam Penn, founder of \.h& College at iPhiladel- 



phia. — A. L. S. to William Johnson, dat. Lon- 
don, Jan. 8, 1763. 1 p 4". 15.— 
Fine letter, on a complaint of the Delaware Indi- 
ans against the Penns. 

2467 Penn (Will.) Predikatie gedaan in London. 
Amsterd., 1700. 4to. 2.60 

{Sermon held in London.) 

2468 Zonder kruys geen kroon, of eene ver- 

liand. der natuure en tucht van het heylig kruyse 
Christi. In 't Nederd. door W. Sewel. Amsterd., 
1687. vellum. 16mo. Rare. 4.50 

(So cross, no crown, or a treatise of the nature 
and description of the holy cross of Christ.) 

2469 William Penn's treaty with the In- 
dians, when founding the Province of Pennsyl- 
vania. 1681. B. West px., engrav. by J. Hall. sq. 
fol. — Fine old impression. 42. — 

2470 Pennsylvania. — General view of^;he roada 
and inland Navigation of Pennsylvania and part 
of the adjacent States, inscribed to Thomas Miff- 
lin, Governor, by J. Adlum & J. JFallis. (Phila- 
delphia, 1795?) - 2 sheets, fol. Together:. .91 by 
84. — Pasted on cloth. 15. — 

Interesting map, including large parts of the. Sta- 
tes of New- York, New-Jersey, Maryland and Dela- 
ware. Many proposed canals occur; in the left cor- 
ner a perspective view of part of one of these, witH' 
3 sections uf a lock, and with description. 

2471 Pennsylvania, by D. F. So/zmann. Ham- 
burg, ('. E. Bohm. 1797. sq. fol. 69 by 41. — 
Coloured. .2.—?^ 

2472 „View of Bethlehem, one of the Bre- 
thren's principal Settlements in Peun.syi.vania.". En- 
grav. atter N. Garriso7i by J. Noual. Puijlished 
1757. — With separate explanation A— Z pasted 
under the plate. Ig. sq. fol. — Full margins, lb. — 

2473 • Another view on the same Settlement, 

larger.' After a sketch on the spot by Governor 
Pownall, engr. by P. Sandby. Ig. sq. fdi. 3.50 

2474 Beginning and completion of an Aitiericaa 

Settlemejit, (in Pennsylvania?) From a design by 
,Gov. Pownally engrav. by James Peake^ ig. gq. 
fO.l. . 3,- 

8475 View .oi Fotter's'Fall, ope (rf ihe japing (rf 

the Susquehanna. — Fme ja«ill^rel W .jSTft-iif r- n-r. 
24 by 17. ■' -^^ ' '' - 3.— 

2476 Ponsees sur la Revolution de TAin^rique 
U.nic. Amsterd. (1781.) 8yo. 1.— 

2477 Peneees sur les transaotiona touchant les i.sle3 
4e Falklanti. Trad, de I'Angl. Amsterd, 1771. hf. 
cf. Hvo. 1.25 

2478 Perez (Man.) Farorindiano,'y gn^a decuras 
do IndioH. Mexico, 1718. 44 leaves prelim. , 1D2 pp. 
and 2 leaves, index. — 

— — r- Arte de el idioroa Alexicano. Ibid. 1713. 

-8 leaves prelim., 80 pp. «nd 2 braves index. — 

in 1 vol. vellum. 4to. 27.60 

Fery rare and important j sold at thoauotioa 




Andrade. Leipzig, 1869. 23 Thaler. — Fine copies, 
only the first title slightly stained, and pp. 3 — 6 
wanting to the second. 

2479 Pernety (Dom), Dissertation sur I'Aaierique 
et lea Americains, contre les Rech^rches philoso- 
pkiquea de M. de P(auw). Berlin, (1772.) 3d. uncut. 
8vo. — See N". 2448—53. 1.— 

2480 Peron (P.) Voyage de dt^couvertes aux Ter- 
rea Australea, 1800—4. Historique. Paris, 1807—16. 
2 vols, with 2 Atlas contain. 14 maps and 40 
fartlf/ colour, plates, hf. calf. 4to. 20. — 

2481 Memoires du Capit. Peron sur ses voya- 
ges aux cotes d'Afrique, a I'ile d'Amsterdam, aux 
cotes Nord-Ouest de i'Anierique, etc. Paris, 1824. 
2 vols. hf. calf, plates. 8vo. 1.50 

2482 P(erreau) (J. A.), Lettres lllinoises. Lond. 
et Paris, 1772. bds. 8vo. 2.50 

2483 Perrin du Lac (P.) Reise in die beyden 
Louisianen, am Missouri, . . . und am Ohio. Ueber- 
setzt von K. L. M. MUller. Leipzig, 1807. 2 vols, 
in 1. bds., map and plate. 8vo. 1.80 

2484 (Perrinon, A. P.) Statuts et autres docu- 
ments concernant la Societe des Etangs Salins de 
St. Martin (Antilles). La Haye, 1859. 8^. 1.25 

French and Dutch Text. 

2485 Perou, Bresil et le Pays des Amazones, par 
G. de VIsle. Arast., P. Moriier (about 1700). sq. 
fol. 57 by 49. — Coloured map. 2.50 

With topographical observations especially on the 
inland of Brazil. 

2486 Peru, Chili, Paraguay, Brazil and other pos- 
sessions of Portugal in South-America. Amst. 
Is. Tirion. 1765. Colour, map. sq. lol. 40 by 36. 


2487 Petit (P.)) I)e Amazonibus dissertatio. Ed. 
2a auct. Amstelod. 1687. vellum, map and figures 
of medals and antiquities. 8vo. 1.50 

2488 Traite histor. sur les Amazones, ou Ton 

trouve tout ce que les auteurs ont ecrit pour et 
contte ces Heroines, et quantite de medailles et 
d'autres monuments, pour prouver qu'elles ont 
existe. Leiden, 1718. 2 vols, in 1. vellum, map and 
•figures. 8vo. 2.25 

2489 Same work. 2 vols. sd. uncut. 2.50 

2490 Peyster (Fred, de) Memoir of Rip van Dam. 
New York, 1865. 2 portraits engr. by J. Rogers. 
roy. 8vo. 2.50 

Kip Van Dam was born at Albany, and from 
1690 — 1749 "a promiment and influential citizen of 
New York, who took an active part in the political 
events at that period." The portraits are engraved 
from the original contemporary paintings presented 
to the Histor. Society of N. Y. by the lineal descen- 
dant Mrs. £mily Verplanck Goodwin. 

2491 Philadelphia. — Plan of the City, dedica- 
ted to tne citizens. P. C Varie del., Scott scalp. 
Philadelphia (about 1785). fol. 64 by 46. — On 
9Mh, — Rare, 15,— 

On this plan 3 special engravings, showing the 
front of the Bank, Library, Congress-Hall, State 
House and City- Hall. — At all the houses, out of 
the city, the proprietors' nftmes are inscribed. — 
The date of publication is certainly before 1788, 
for some roads, laid out in that year, according to 
an inscription on the following plan, are not yet 
marked on this. 

2492 Philadelphia. — Plan of the City of Phila- 
delphia and its Environs, shewing the improved 
parts. Dedicated to the Mayor, etc., by John Hills, 
Surveyor. Engrav. by J. Cooke of Heudon. Phila- 
delphia, John Hills. 1797. — Large sq. fol. 95 by 
68. — On cloth, in excellent condition. 12.50 

The thanks of the Corporation of Aldermen, prin- 
ted on the plan, call it an nelegant plan'\ and 
really it deserves this praise. 

2493 Bird's eye view on the city. Coloured 

lithogr. by C. Matter. (1855 ?) Ig. sq. fol. — Sound 
copy. 2.50 

2494 Philadelphia Repository (The) and Weekly 
Register, for 1800-2. Philadelphia: printed and 
edited by David Hogan. 15 Nov. 1800 till 25 De- 
cemD. 1802. Vol. I, II. 54 Nos. with tables. 1 voL 
hf. calf. 4to. — Very rare. 10. — 

Contains: Original Essays, Tales and Novels, ... 
Remarkable Occurrences, Anecdotes, Bons mots, Jeu 
d'esprits. Marriages and Deaths, Poetical Essays, etc. 

2495 Philip, Voyage to Botany Bay, with an ac- 
count of the establishment of the colonies of Port 
Jackson and Norfolk Island. London, 1789. Af. 
calf, porir. and 55 copperplates. 4to. 3.— 

Most of the plates relate to natural history. 

2496 Voyage a Botany-Bay, avec description 

de retablisaeraent des Colonies du port Jackson 
et de i'ile Norfolk. Trad, de I'Angl. Paris, 1791. 
hf. calf, uncut. 8vo. 1.25 

2497 Philippines. — Pr. Juan de laConcep- 
Cion, Historia general de Pnilipinas, conquistas 
espirituales y temporales de estos Espanoles Do- 
rainios, establecimientos, progesos, y decadencias. 
Manila, J. de Rosa y Balaytar, 1788—92. 14 vols. 
vellum, maps. 4to. Fme copy. — I'ery rare. 70. — 

2498 Phillips. — Memoirs of the life of Catherine 
Phillips. London, 1797. hi. calf, uncut. 8vo. 1.80 

Pp. 56 — 147 contain the authoress' stay in America. 

2499 Phipps (C. J.) Voyage au Pole Boreal, in 
1773. Trad, de I'Angl. Paris, 1775. map and plates, 
calf. 4to. 2.— 

2500 Pickering (John) Lawyer and Jurist, Mem- 
ber of the Convention for the Constitution of New 
Hampshire. — A. S. D. to Col. M. Weare of 
Hampton Falls, dat. Portsmouth, June 25, 1774. 
2 pp. 40. 5.— 

'We, the Committee of Correspondence appointed 
by the late House of Representatives have now be- 
fore us several Letters from our Sister Colonies re- 
specting the Appointment of Delegates to join the 
General Congress. . . . etc." 

Fsiss&xs MuLLSB & C. 



2501 Pickering (John) S. l). dat. Portsmouth, 
April 17, 1800. 1 p. 4«. 2.— 

Appointment of Dan. Waldron as Clerk of the 
District Court of New Hampshire. 

2502 Pickering (Timothy) Soldier in the Revo). 
War, Writer and Statesman, Postmaster- General 
1791. Secretary of State 1795—1800. - A. L. S. 
to Nich. Gilman, dat. Philad. Oct. 16, 1792. 1 p. 
4". 2.— 

On contracts for carrying the mail between Ports- 
mouth, Boston, Salem and Exeter. 

250.S A. L. S. to General W. Eaton, dat. Was- 
hington, Febr. 6, 1810. 1 p. fol. 2.— 
On politics. 

2504 A. L. S. to Sam. H. Hopkins, dat. "Was- 
hington, March 9, 1814. 1 p. 4". 2.- 

. On a declaration, made by a Mr. Clay, relative 
to the war with Canada. 

2505 A. L. S. to Jer. Nelson of Newbury 

Port, dat. Winham, April 1, 1817. 1 p. 4». — 
With seal. 2.— 

On a Company of emigrants, formed at New- 
bury Port. 

2506 Pickering (John) son of Timothy Pickering, 
great philologist, familiar with 22 languages, Prof, 
of Hebrew in H.irvanl University. — A. L. S. 
to Z. G. Whitman of Boston, dat. Oct. 13, 1828. 
1 p. 80. 2.50 

In conveyance of some autographs of his father. 

2507 Pidgeon (W.) Traditions of De-coo-dah, and 
Antiquarian researches : compris. extensive P^xplo- 
rations, Surveys, and Excavations of the wonder- 
ful and mysterious earthen remains of the Mound- 
builder in America. Traditions of the last Prophet 
of the Elk nation, etc. N. Y. 1853. Map and 70 
engrav. cloth. 8vo. 3. — 

2508 Pieces ofHcielles, messages, instructions, 
depeches, etc. relat. a la Negociation qui a eu 
lieu en 1797 et 1798, sur les differens eleves entre 
le Gouvernement des Etats-Unies ... et le Di- 
rectoire executif de France . . . trad. p. Peltier. 
Lond. (Paris?) 1798. 8vo. id. uncut. ^ 3.— 

At the end: Lettres an Dr. Priestley, en Amerique. 
22 pp. with separate title. 
2500 Pigafetta (A.) Premier voyage autour du 
monde, sur I'escadre de Magellan, 1519 — 22;suivi 
de I'extr. de son Traits sur la Navigation ; et d'une 
Notice sur M. Behaim et son globe terrestre. Pa- 
ris, an IX (1800). col. maps and plates, hf, calf. 
8vo. 3.— 

2510 Pigafetta (P.) Relat. d. reame di Congo et 
delle circonvic. con trade. Tratta d. scritti di Od. 
Lopez, Portug. Roma. (1591.) hf. bd. 4to. 16.— 

With 8 large engr. plates. Very fine copy, but 
the 2 maps wanting. 

2511 Pike (Z. N.) Voyage au Nouveau-Mexiqnci 
dans lintt^rieur de la Louisiane, precede d'une ex- 
cursion aux sources du Mississippi. Trad, de I'Angl. 
p. Breton. Paris. 1812. 2 vols. td. maps. 8vo. 1.75 


2512 Pike (Z. M".) Reizo naar Nieuw-Mexico en de 
Binnenlanden van Louisiana, etc. Amsterd., 1812. 
2 vols. sd. uncut, maps. 8vo. 1.75 

Dutch translation of the preceding from the ori- 
ginal English. 

2513 Pilgrim-Fathers' (The) departure in tho 
Meybloem (May-Flower), from Delfshaven to Ame- 
rica. 1620. — Modem plate in oval, surrounded 
by 6 smaller ones, illustrative of the hospitality 
of Holland to martyrs for religion's sake. Engrav. 
by Reckleben. sq. 4". With separate Dutch expla- 
nation. 4. — 

Belongs to the work of Prof. B. ter Haar a. o., 
Sketches from the religious history of Holland. 

2514 Same subiect, another represent., lith. by 

A. Pleysier. aq. 8°. — Appended a lith. facs. of 
a part of the old Straetboeck {book of the streets), 
at Leiden giving the exact place of Robinson's 
house. — Both from: Swalue, de Pelgrim-Vaders. 
1859. 8". 2.— 

2515 Pindari Olympia, Pythia, etc. GraeccetLat. 

cum comment. E. Schmidii. Wittebergae, 1616. 

vellum. 4to. Fine copy. 5. — 

A rare and valuable edition, at the end of which 

is appended: De America oratiuncitla anno 1602 


2510 Pinto (P. Mendez) Historia Oriental de suas 
peregrinaciones en Oriento y Occidente. Trad, de 
Portug. por Fr. de Herrera Maldonado. Madrid, 
1664. fol. Rare edition. 10.— 

2517 Wonderlyke reizen in Europa, Asia en 

Afrika. Vert, door J. H. Glazemaker. Amsterd., 
1652. 4to. Tall copy. 4.— 

Dutch translation of Pinto's voyages. 

2518 Piron (Al.) Ferdinand Cortez, overwinnaar 
van Mexico. Treurspel, naar het Fransch (door 
J. Nomsz.) 2e druk. Amst. 1769. plate. 8vo. 1.80 

(Ferd. Cortes, the co7iqueror of Mexico. Tragedy. 
From the French.) 

2519 Pisonis (G). et G. Marcgraf de Lieb- 
stad, Historia naturalis Brasiliae, in qua plantae 
et animalia, indigenarum morbi, ingenia et mores 
describuntur. Lugd. Bat. et Anistel., Lud. Else- 
vier, 1648. 2 parts in 1 vol. calf gilt. fol. 10.— 

With upwards of 500 woodcuts. — Highly estee- 
med woric, divided; I. De medicina Brasiliensi. II. 
Historia rcrum naturalium Br.isiliensium. The 2d part 
contains a Brazilian grammar and Brazilian- Latin 

2520 The same. Ibid. 1648. 2 parts in I voL 

vellum. Large paper. 15.^ 

2521 Pisonis (G.) De Indiae utriusque re natural! 
et medica libri XV. Amstelod., Lud. et Dan. Else- 
vier, 1658. vellum, nnmerous woodcuts, fol. 10. — 

This is not a second edition of the preceding work, 
but a quite different book. It contains: I. Pisonis 
Hist, natur. et medicae Indiae Occident. — II. 0. Marc- 
gravii Tract, topograph, et mcteorolog. Brasiliae et 
de Brasiiientinm et Chilensium indole et lingaa. — 



With a Brazilian-Latin vocabulary entirely different 
from that in the edition of 1648. — lU.J.Boniii 
Historiae natiir. et medicae Indiae Orient. — ■ IV. 
Pisonis Mantissa aromatica. 

2522 Pistorius (T.) Beschryvinor van de Colonie 
van Zuriname. Amst., 1763. With plate, sd. uncut. 
4to. 2.50 

{Description of the colony of Surinam.) 

2523 Pitkin (Tim.) distinguished Lawyer, Member 
and five times Speaker of the Legislation. — A. L. S. 
to Jer. Nelson of Newburyport, dat. Washington, 
March 22, 1815. 1 p. 4". 3.— 

A proposal for publishing a view of the com- 
merce of the U. S., a work which afterwards ap- 
peared, entitled: "Statistical View of the Commerce 
of the U. S." 1816. 8". 

2524 PitOU (L.-Ange), Voyage a Cayenne, dans 
lea deux Anieriques et ehez les anthropophages, 

. cont. le tableau general d. deportes, etc. Paris, 
1805. 2 vols, plates, hf. calf. 8vo. 1.50 

3525 Plaocaet inboudende verbodt dat nieraandt 
varen moet... naer de Zout-vaert, anders als met 
convoy, 's Grav. 1621. 4to. 1.50 

{Edict prohibiting the navigation for salt other- 
wise than with convoy.) 

2526 Placcaet van de Stat. Gen. raeckende de na- 
vigatie ende het verboth van toevoer. . . naerPor- 
tugael. 's Grav. 1657. 4to. Uncut. — Not in Ashers 

{Edict of the Stat. Gen. on the navigation and 
prohibition of supplying merchandises to Portugal.) 

2527 Placcaet... etc. (Edict of the States Gene- 
ral prohibition of commerce with the Portuguese 
in Brazil, etc. in consequence of the war with 
Portugal.) 'sGravenh. 1661, Broadside, fol. 1.50 

2528 Placcaet... etc. (Restrictions laid on the 
Navigation to Greenland.) 's Grav. 1659. Broad- 
side, foi. —.75 

2529 Placcaetboek (Groot) inhoudende de Pla- 
caten ende Ordonnantien van d^ Staten van Hol- 
land en West-Vrieslandt. 's Gravenh., 1658- 1796. 
10 vols, vellum, fol. 34. — 

{Great Placcardbook, containing all the Placcards 
and Ordonnances of the Slates General, and of the 
States of Holland and Zealand.) 

This important collection contains all the docu- 
ments of public law relating to the West-India- 
Company, Brazil, etc. from 1581 to 1795 in 10 
huge folio vols. 

2530 Placcaeten en Publication. — A Collec- 
tion of 93 divers original edicts and publications 
of the States of Holland and West-Vriesland, 

. from 1622—67, each one folio sheet, to be posted 
on the walls. Bound together in 1 vol. bds. fol. 
All uncut. 25. — 

It is easy to understand the rarity of a loose sheet, 
destined to be posted on the walls in the streets, 200 — 
250 years ago, and it would be superfluous to de- 
monstrate expressly the value of such a collection as 

this, containing no less than 93 of these loose sheets 
and — what occurs very rarely — all in the best 
possible state of preservation and uncut.' The volume 
contains some of the first official ])ublications rela- 
ting to the Ifest-India Comp. 1622 (Asher N". 64, 
67), placcards relating to Brazil, the publication of 
the treaty of Breda (Cession of New-Nether land to 
England,) number of edicts relating to ihnwhalefs- 
hery, on Greenland, etc., etc. 

2531 Plan of a Treaty of Commorce to be ente- 
red into between their High Mightn. the Estates 
of the Seven United States of Holland, and 13 
United States oi North America. — Plan van een 
Tractaat, etc. {Butch and Engl, text opposite ano- 
ther.) 30 Oct. 1780. hf. calf gilt. fol. — Of the 
utmost rarity. 

Official edition of the Preparatory Plan (projected 
1778 at Aix-la-Chapelle), with the correspondence 
relating to it, as it was presented by the Chev. Yorke, 
as found with the papers of Mr. Laurens, to the 
Prince of Orange, and sent by the States General 
to the Provinces. Very curious because the subscrip- 
tion of the Treaty is changed in all the reproduc- 
tions, and nowhere is found genuine but in this au- 
thentic edition, printed only in a few copies. See 
N". 2586. 

[Goens (R. M. v.)] Politick Vertoog over 

het waar Systeem van Amsterdam, etc. (Utrecht) 
1781. fol. 

{Political Discussion on the true System of Am- 
sterdam, in relation to the general interest of the 
Republic, with considerations on the present war, 
and what happened from 1777 to 1780; also a 
deduction ori the secret negotiations between the 
Pensionary v. Berckel and the English Colonies, and 
the treaty made with them at Aix-la-Chapelle in 1778.) 
Original edition, very scarce, printed privately in 
small number. See N«. 1238. 

Fine copy of both works, bound in 1 vol. hf. 
calf gilt. fol. 25.— 

2532 Plancius (Petrus) Reformed Minister at Am- 
sterdam, famous Geographer, warm protiiotor of 
the exertions to find a passage to the E. Indies 
by the North, and of the schemes of W. Usse- 
lincx to establish the Dutch W. I. Comp. b. 1552 
d. 1622. — A. D. S., dat. Amsterdam, Oct. 20, 
1588. 1 p. 40. 7.50 

Certificate of Christian behaviour for a member of 
the Dutch Reformed Church. 

2533 A. S. leaf from an Album Amicorum, dat. 

Amsterd., 15 Gal. Junias, 1598. 4.50 

Text in Hebrew and Greek and dedication to Am. 

2534 A. Signature. Appended his portrait, en- 

grav. by Vinkeles. 8". 1.50 

2535 Dodt V. Flensburg, Letterkundig verslag 

van . . . de verdiensten van P. Plancius, omtrent 

de zeevaartkunde. (Amsterd. 1845.) 8*. Extr. 2.— 

{Literary account of the merits of P. Plancius^, 

with regard to navigation.) 

Prederik Mujj.ek, & C*. 




Interesting piece ou this cosmographer and geo- 
grapher, aud tiis part in the atlases and other works 
about i600. 

2536 Plants (Franc.) Mauritiados libri XII, hoc 
est: rcruin ab illustriss. heroe Joanne Mauritio, 
coalite Nassaviae etc. in Occidentali India pesta- 
rum descriptio poetica. Liigd. Bat., Joa. 31aire, 
1647, vellum {binding damaged.) fol. Beautiful^ large 
copy. 40. — 

Ijatin epos on the indeed glorions and wise govern- 
ment of the Dutch Prince John Maurice in Brazil, 
written by his chaplain Fr. Plaute. 

This magnificent and very rare work contains 
the beautiful portrait of Prince Maurice by T. Ma- 
tkam, 4 large folding maps of Brazil, and 22 fine 
plates (all takeu from Barlaeus, see A'". 228). Be- 
sides this the work contains the very fine and rare 
portrait of the author by J. Suyderhoef, in brilliant 
impression. In the Ordo Tabular um, this portrait 
is mentioned as follows: Effigies, autoris. si emptor 
volet, praemitti potest Operi ipsique Titulo. It is 
wanting in most copies. 

2537 The same work, without the portrait of 

the author. 25. — 

2538 Lauras Flandrica, sive Carmen gratula- 

torium ad Fridericum Henricura, Arausiae Prin- 
cipem, cum, post expugnatam Wasiae civitatem 
Hulstam, Hagam rediisset. Lugd. B., J. Maire, 
1645. fol. 4.— 

2539 Autograph Poem Signed, (in Latin) dedi- 
cated: „£Hvino J'ati Caspari 5(jr/di?(?," the Historian 
of Brazil (See N". 228), who had written a Latin 
poem in honor of Plante's Mauritiados. — 4 clo- 
sely written pp. fol. — Curious and very rare auto- 
graph, never published. 16. — 

2540 Therianthropologia, sive elogia virorum 

illustr. Fr. Plantae et C. Boji. Trai. a. Rh., G.v. 
Zijll, 1648. — Epistola tutelaris Corn. Boji ... 
de Therianthropologia. Amst. 1648. — 1 vol. 
12mo. 1.75 

The first — a violent satire against Plante, — 
contains soiue poems on his Mauritiaa. — Rare. 

2541 Player-Prowd (J. G), Six months in Cali- 
fornia. Lond. 1872. cloth. 8vo. 1.50 

2542 Plumer (Will.) Governor of New Hamps- 
hire 1812—13, 1816—19. — A. L. S. to Sam. 
Bell of Chester, dat. Epping, July 9, 1816. 1 p. 
4". 3.— 

Appointment of Mr. Bell as Justice of the Sup. 
Court of Judicature. 

2543 Poinsett (Joel Roberts) Agent in S. Ame- 
rica during the Kevol. there; Minister to Mexico, 
1825—22, Secret, ol War under Van Buren, 
1825—41. — A. L. S. to Count (?) dat. N. Y. 
Nov. 19, 1821. 1 p. 40. 2.50 

Informing his friend of bis arrival (from Mexico ?). 

2544 Political stag Hunt, or the if / (Mi- 
nisterial ?) Hounds in lull Cry. — English carica- 
ture publ. by W. Humphrey. 1780. sq. fol. 2.— 


2545 nPoliteness" — English caricature : a sitting 
Englishman, saying to a Frenchman: 'You he 
d'md,'^ the other rejoining • Fous ctes une bete." 
(Engrav. by Oillray?) Publ. by W. Humphrey. 
1780. sq. 40. 2.50 

2546 Same engraving. Coloured in the time of 

publication. — Damaged. 1.50 

2547 Politiioq Discours, over den welstandt van 
dose Vereeniehde Provintien . . . ende . . . aenghe- 
wesen de middelen waerdoor wy onse waerde vrij- 
heydt teghen den Spangiaart sullen beschermen, 
insond. in het voorderen van de West-Ind. Comp. 
No place. 1622. 4to. (Asher N«. 91.) 3.— 

(Political Discourse on the welfare of those Uni- 
ted Provinces . . . a7id . . . pointing out the means 
by which we shall be able to defend our cherished 
liberty against the Spaniard ; consisting chiefly in 
the advancement of the irest Ind. Company.) 

2548 Politique Hollandais (Le), Amsterd. 7. A. 
Crajenschot, 1781—83. 5 vols. (vol. 1, 2 calf gilt 
extra, gUt edges; vol. 3 — 5 sd. uncut ^ 8vo. 6.50 

Weekly paper, published at the occasion of the 
war of the United Pro v. with England, 12 Febr. 
1781 till 11 Aug. 1783. 131 Nos., by Cerisier and 
the editor Crajenschot. Full of essays on the revo- 
lution aud the independence of America, the armed 
Neutrality, the war with England, the alliance with 
America, on John Adams, etc. etc. Very interes- 
ting. — Vol. 3 — 5 without title and indexes. 

2549 Pdlitz (K. H. L.) Die Stasitensysteme Eu- 
ropa's und Amerika's seit 1783. (1783—1825.) 
Leipzig, 1826. 3 vols. hf. calf. 8vo. 1.75 

2550 Pollonitz (Countess P.) De eerste dagenvan 
het Mexicaansche Keizerrjjk. Uit h. Hoogd. Am- 
sterd. 1867. 8vo. 1.80 

( The first days of the Mexican Empire. From 
the German, with introduction.) 

2551 Polus Antarcticus. From: Janssonius' Large 
Atlas. Amst. 1657. sq. fol. 51 by 41. — Coloured. — 
Dutch text on verso. 2.50 

With scenes cf the life of the inhabitants of the 
Antarctic Islands. 

2552 Pomme I'Americain, „Repr^sentant du 
Peuple," in France, where he took an active part 
in the Revolution. — A. L. S. to the aCitoyen 
Pres. du Depart, d. Bouches du Rhdne," dat. Mar- 
seille, Sept. 5, 1793. 1 p. fol. 2.— 

2553 Pontanus (J oh. Is.) Rerum et urbis Am- 
stelodamensium historia. Amstelod., 1611. vellum, 
folding maps, plates and engravings, fol. 9. — 

The pp. 128—143 of this work contain a very 
valaable history of the early Dutch voyages to the 
North, illustrated with 13 maps and engravings, 
taken from the original editions of these voyages. At 
p. 129 a large map is in.serted, representing the gla- 
cial regions, made by J. Hondius, the publisher of 
the work, with the inscription at the 80th degree: 
Glaeies ab lludsono delecla. Sec for farther par- 
ticulars: Tiele, pag. 111. 



2554 Pontanus(Joh.Is.) Historischebeachryvinghe 
der Coopstadt Amsterdam, [n Neerd. overghebr. 
door Pt. Montanum. Amst., 1614. calf. 4to. 10.— 

Translation of the preceding work with the same 
plates; this translation is much rarer than the ori- 
ginal. — See Tiele, p. Ill, 132 etc. 

2555 Bodel-Nyenhuis (J. T.) Levensbyzon- 

derheden van Joh. Is. Fontanus. {Exlr. 1838.) 
8vo. 1.— 

{Details of the life of J. I. Pont anus.) 

2556 Poor (H. V.) Manual of the railroads of the 
United States, for 1872-74. With an Appendix 
on the debts of the Un. States. 5th Series. N. 
York, 1872. cloth. 8vo. (12.70) 4.50 

2557 Poore (B. Perley), Congressional directory 
for the 3d Session of the 41th Congress of the 
U. S. 2d ed. Washingt. 1871. plate and map. 8vo. 


2558 PorcaccM (Thom.) L' [sole pin famose del 
Mondo descritte e intagliate da G. Porro. Venetia, 
1572. vellum, many neat maps. fol. (a little stained 
at the margins.) 7. — 

Contains a map of New Spain, Cuba, St. Lau- 
rent, Santa Crnz, a plan of Temistitan (Mexico), etc. 

2559 The same. Venetia, 1576. vellum., many 

neat maps printed in the text. fol. 12. — 

Second edition, considerably augmented. 

2560 Porcupine (Peter) The Political censor, or 
Monthly Review of the most interesting political 
occurrences, relative to the United States of Ame- 
rica. Philadelphia, 1796-97. 6 parts. Vol I N". 1, 
2, 3, 7, 8. Vol. II NO. 1. sd. uncut. 8vo. 8.50 

2561 The Rash-Light. New-York, Will. Cobheit, 

1800. 4 parts, sd. uncut. 8vo. 17.50 

A satirical and political journal. The name of the 
journal "Rush- Light'' had been taken from certain 
Dr. Kush, who had made an action against W. Cob- 
bett for slander and recovered 5000 Dollars dama- 
ges in it; in revenge Cobbett set up his Rushlight. 
It needs hardly be said, that the same Porcupine is 
a fictitious one and the real name is Will. Cobbett. 

Rich only mentions the London reprint of the 
same date. The present copy is very interesting, 
being in the original covers, full of curious announ- 
cements etc., and entirely uncut. 

2562 Portlock and Dixon, Voyage round the 
World, but more particularly to the North-West 
Coast of America. Lond., 1789. 'iy(A^.portr..,maps 
and plates, hf. calf. 4to. 3.50 

2563 Reis naar de Noord-West-Kust van Ame- 

rika. Amsterd., 1795. maps and plates, uncut. 4to. 

Dutch translation of the preceding. 

2564 Portogysen goeden buyrman (Der). Ghetroc- 
ken uyt de Registers van syn goet Gebuerschap 
gehouden in Lisbona, Maringan, Caep Sint Au- 
gustijn, Sint Poulo de Loando, en Sant Tomee, 
etc. No place. 1650. 4to. 5.— 

{The Portuguese good neighbour; Brawn from 
the Registers of his good neighbourship kept in 
Lisboa, Marignan, Cape St. Augustin, St. Paulo de 
Loando and St. Thome.) 

Asher mentions only an edition of 1649 N". 266. 

2565 Portorico and the Caraib Islands. — From: 
Janssonius' largo Atlas. Amst. 1657. sq. fol. 51 by 
41. — Coloured. Dutch text on verso. 2.50 

2566 Post-ryder (De Nederlandsche). Utrecht, 
1772,73. 4 Nos; 1774. 10 Nos; 1777. 12 Nos; 
1781. 3 Nos; 1786. N". 8; 1790. 11 Nos; 1791. 
2 Nos. — Together 43 Nos. 18mo. 5. — 

{The Dutch Postilion bringing exact reports of 
the affairs of Slate and ffar, in Europe and 
abroad, and of other remarkable occurrences.) 

Rare journal, containing in all these numeroas 
tidings from the American colonies. 

2567 Pot aux Roses (Le), on correspondance se- 
crete de Thom. Boot avec S. M. George III, et 
ses rainistrcs les Lords Stormont, Sandwich, Ger- 
maine et North. Londrea {Hollande,) 1782. 8vo. 


On the conduct of the Dutch during the Ameri- 
can war, etc. 

2568 Potomack. — Observations on the River 
Potomack, the country adjacent and the city of 
Washington. New- York, London atid Son, 1793. 
8vo. 2.— 

Published on the occasion of the permanent seat 
of Government being fixed at Washington. 

2569 Pouchot, Meraoire sur la derniere guerre de 
I'Amerique Septentrionale, entre la France et I'An- 
gleterre (1754—60); suivie d'observations topo- 
graph., et ... de nouv. details sur les moeurs et 
usages des Sauvages. Yverdon, 1781. 3 vols. maps, 
hf calf gilt. am. Svo. 19. — 

This work relates to the war in Canada from 
1754 to 1760. The author was commander of the 
French fortresses Niagara and Lewis. The 3d vol. 
contains a topograph, account of what was called 
Canada at that time. 

2570 Poussin (G. Tell) Travaux d' amelioration 
interieure projetes on executes par le Gouverne- 
ment general d. Etats-Unisd' Amerique, 1824 — 31. 
Paris, 1834. sd. 4to, with Atlas of plates, large 
fol. 6.— 

2571 Powell (J. W.) Report of explorations in 
1873 of the Colorado of the West and its tribu- 
taries. Washington, 1874. S^. —.60 

2572 Pownall, Memoire addresse aux Souverains 
de I'Europe, sur I'etat present des affaires del'an- 
cien et du nouveau monde. Trad, de I'Angl. par 
M*****. Londres, 1781. bds. Svo. 1.50 

2573 (Poivre) Voyages d'un philosophe ou obser- 
vations sur les moeurs et les arts des peuples de 
I'Afrique, de 1' Asie et de I'Am^rique. Yverdon, 
1768. sd. uncut. 12mo. 150 

2574 The same. Lond. et Lyon, 1769. calf. 

12mo. 2.50 

Frkdbrik Mui,i,br & C"., 





2575 (Poivre) The same. Maestricht, 1779. id. uncut. 
8vo. 1-— 

2576 de Pradt, L'Europe et I'Amerique en 1821. 
Paris, 182'2. 2 vols. sd. uncut. 8vo. 1.50 

2577 Des colonies et de la revolution naturelle 

de TAmerique. Paris, 1817. 2 vols. sd. uncut. 8vo. 


2578 Les 6 derniers mois de rAmSriqne et du 

Br68il. Paris, 1818. hf. calf. 8vo. 1.25 

2579 Des trois derniera mois de I'Amerique 

M^ridionale et du Bresil. Paris, 1817. h/. hd. 
8vo. 1.— 

2580 Pieces relatives Ji St. Domingue et 4 

I'Amerique. Suite a ses ouvragea sur rAmtJrique. 
Paris, 1818. hds. 8vo. 1.25 

2581 Vrai systeme de I' Europe relat. a 1' Ame- 

rique et a la Grece. Brux. 1825. bds. 8vo. — .90 

2582 Congres de Panama. Paris, 1825. 8«. 1.— 

2583 (Lettres a I'Abbe), par un indigene de 

r Am^rique du Sud. Paris, 1818. ad. 8vo. —.80 

Refutation of N». 2577: Des Colonita et de la 
revolntioa naturelle de rAmeriqae. 

2584 Precis de deux lettres avee une reflexion ge- 
nerale sur I'etat present de Surinam. Nimegue 
(1778.) 8vo. 1.- 

2585 Precis historique de la revolution des Etats- 
Unis de I'Am^riqae. Gand, de Goesin, (1782.) 8yo. 


2586 Preparatoirlyk Plan van een Tractaat van 
commercie, aan te gaan tnsschen H. Hoog Mog. 
de Staaten van de Vereen. Provincien van Hol- 
land, en de Dertien Vereen. Staaten van Noord- 
Amerika, om ingevallen Engeland Haar voor Vrye 
Volkeren erkent, alsdan zulks te brengen ter ta- 
vel van H. Hoog Moog. 1780. fol. uncut. 18.— 

{Preparatory Flan of a treaty of commerce 
between Their High Might, the States of the Un. 
Provinces of Holland and the 13 United Slates of 
North-America, to be brought, in case England 
should acknowledge them as Free Peoples, before 
Their High Might.) 

Original, very rare edition of this most 

famous document. — The plan was projected already 
in 1778 at Aii-La-Chapelle; it was kept very 
secret and became known only by accident, the ves- 
sel by which the bearer of it, Mr. H. Laurens, 
Deputy of the Congress, was to go to America, hap- 
pening to bo captured by the English, and the docu- 
ment with the correspondence relating to it falling 
into the hands of the enemy. The correspondence 
concerning the Plan, which is annexed to its text 
is of equal interest as the document itself, as it 
shows the warm sympathy of Amsterdam for the 
American cause. 

2587 Presoott (W. H.) History of the conquest 
of Mexico. New- York, 1855. 3 vela, cloth, portraits. 
roy. 8vo. 16. — 

2588 — History of the conquest of Moxioo, with 

a view of the ancient Mexican civilization and 
the life of Cortes. Paris, 1844. 3 vols. 8vo. 2.50 

2589 Prescott (W. H.) Histoire de laconquetedu 
Mexique, avee un tableau de I'ancienne civilisation 
Mexicaine et la vie de F. Cortes. Public en Fran?, 
par A. Pichot. Paris, 1846. 3 vols. hf. calf, plates. 
8vo. 6.50 

2590 History of the conquest of Peru. New- 
York, 1855. 2 vols, cloth, roy. 8vo. 10.— 

2591 Zeden, gewoonten en regeringavorm in 

Peru, v66r de korast der Spanjaarden. Uit het 
Engelsch d. G. Mees. Amsterd., 1849. sd. 8vo. 

{Manners, customs and government in Peru be- 
fore the arrival of the Spaniards.) 

2592 Present state of England. English carica- 
ture: a mass of people (probably portraits) holding 
claims and grievances, f. i. Taxes, Exports-Protec- 
tion-Dispatck, etc., assail an English Minister, who 
is sitting at a table covered with Statcspapers; 
on the foreground an American (or Dutchman ?) 
and a Frenchman enchaining a Lion ; on the wall 
a picture representing an American native embra- 
cing a female (the Colonies?). 1780. — Aquatint 
sq. fol. 6.— 

2593 „The present state of Great Britain." — 

An American puts the cap of Liberty on the En- 
glish standard, a Dutchman cuts the Englishmans 
purse; a Scotchman and Frenchman fight. — Con- 
temporaneous English caricature, by J. Philips, 
pnbl. by W. Richardson. 1779. sq. fol. — Fine 
state. 6. — 

2894 Prester John. — Description of the land 
of — in Dutch. Antwerp, about 1508. 10 leaves. 
4to. .SCO.— 

Kecto of the first leaf: 

Van die wonderlichede en costelicheden — van 
Pape, Jans landen des. 

{Of the wonders and precious things of Pape 
John's land.) 

The remainder of the first page filled with four 
curious woodcuts, representing: l". a wild mau with 
a beast's head bearing a fish, 2^. an elephant, 3". a 
griffon with a man in its paws, and 4°. three men 
fighting against three birds. 

Kecto of the last leaf: 

GhepritU Thatwerpe. Aen dijsere wage by my 
Jan van Doesborch. 

{Printed at Antwerp in the iron balance by me 
Jan van Doesborch.) 

Collation: 10 unnumbered leaves of 29 ii 31 lines 
the ftdl page, only two leaves with signatures (the 
third A III and the seventh B i.) small 4to. Gothic 
letters. Eleven different woodcuts in the text, four 
of them repeated from the recto of leaf 1. On the 
5th leaf a woodcut of the bird Phenix in flames. 
The verso of the last leaf filled with two wood-en- 
gravings, one reprc'sentiug the Virgin with the Child, 
the other the printer's mark of Roeland v. d. Dorpe, 
used in 1497 etc [an herald with hia attributes, 




blowing a trampet.] — Two leaves slightly mended 
in the inner margin; else a very well conditioned 

This letter is a characteristic specimen of the po- 
pular literature of the end of the middle- ages; it is 
entirely filled by a description of the land of Pres- 
ter John and abounds with the most incredible ac- 
counts. It must have been eagerly read, for there 
are editions in Latin, Italian, French, all published 
in the end of the 15th and beginning of the 16th 
century, while an English translation will be found 
in Maundeville's Travels: London 1727. But up 
to this time no Dutch edition had been 
known. So that we believe this copy to be Uni- 
que. The extraordinary interest of the work itself 
and the high importance of the fable of Priest John 
for the history of the voyages to the Eastern conn- 
tries will justify the placing of the work in this 

For further particulars on Priest John see the 
learned and highly interesting work of Oppert: Der 
Friesier Johannes (N". 2308.) The author gives 
there a letter of Priest John to Emanuel, Emperor 
of Constantinople, in a German translation, an old 
German poem of nearly the same contents; and the 
Latin text of the same letter contained in Joh. de 
Hese's Uinerarius printed at Deventer in 1504. 
Another, but different text of the letter, with nearly 
the same contents, is given in Jnbinal's edition of 
Rutebeuf {see IM". 2597.) The present Dutch text 
agrees most with this French given by Jubinal ; 
there are however considerable differences from it. 
Therefore we have judged it worth the while to have 
an exact reprint of this Dutch edition made {See 
following N". 2595.) 

2595 Prester John, Letter to the Emperor of 
Rome, in Dutch. 12.50 

Exact reprint of the above, in real old Gothic 
characters of the 15th century, executed by .Messrs. 
J. Enschede and Sons at Haarlem. A faithful 
reproduction of the original, page for page, the space 
occupied by the woodcuts left blank. A modern 
French translation together with the French text 
published by Jubinal in his edition of Rutebeufa 
works is added. 

This edition is printed in 30 numbered copies, 
the old text on old paper, the text of Rutebeuf and 
the modern version on new paper. 

2596 De ritu et raoribus indorum, {in fine:) 

Explicit Epistola de Johanne qui dr (dicitur) pres- 
biter Indie. No place nor date, bds- 4to. 22.50 

Rarissime. — Printed in Germany at the end 
of the 15th centary; 9 leaves a 31 lines, Gothic 
types; woodcut border at the first page ; initials writ- 
ten in colours. Stained by water. 

2597 • Alvares (Fr.) Warhatftiger Bericht von 

den LaTiden, auch geistl. u. vreltl. Regiment, dea 
mechtigen Konigs in Ethiopien, den wir Friesier 
Johann nennen . . . Aiis der Portugall. n. Italien. 
Sprachen in das Deutsche gebracht, (Eiszleben, 
^. Better, 1566.) bds. fol. — Vert babe. 82.— 

First German edition of Alvarez, unknown to Brn- 
net and most bibliographers; it contains (pp. 5 — 67) 
the complete translation of Corsali's letters on India, 
addressed 1515 and 1517 to Lorenz de Medicis. 

2598 Prester, John. — Rutebeuf, Oeuvres com- 
pletes. Recueillies et mises au jour pour la pre- 
miere fois par Achille Jubinal. Paris, 1839. 2 vols. 
sd. uncut. 8vo. Out of print. - 7. — 

This work is placed here, for the treatise on 
Prester-John, contained in the 2d vol. pp. 442 — 
470, which gives also the Latin and French text of 
his supposed letter, both from MSS. in the Biblio- 
theciue Royale of Paris. 

2599 [Prevost] Histoire gendrale des voyages, ou 
nouvelle collection de toutes les relations de voya- 
ges par mer et par terra . . . Nouv. Edition revue 
sur I'original Anglais, et ou Ton a retabli avec 
soin ce qui a etc supprime ou omis par le traduc- 
teur, etc. La Haye, 1747—80. 25 vols, caif gili, 
with a vast number of maps and plates. 4to. 30. — 

This edition of Abbe Prevost's Histoire des voya- 
ges is generally stated to be simply a reprint of the 
text of the Paris edition, with some new voyages 
added; but there is a great difference. It contains 
considerable corrections and additions. 

2600 Historische beschryving der reizen of 

nieuw'e en volkomene verzameling van de racrk- 
waard. zee- en landtogten in Europa, Azie, Afrika 
en Araerika. Geschreven in Engeland, vertaald in 
Erankryk, in h. Nederl. volgens de Eng. druk 
overgebragt. 's Urav. 1747—1767. 21 vols. Dutch 
vellum. 4to. f^ery fine copy. 20. — 

Translation of Prevost's collection (made after the 
Engl, collection of J. Green, Lond. 1744 to 47) but 
with corrections on the original, from the French 
version. — With a large number of plates and maps. 

2601 Same edition. Large Paper, boards, 

uncut. Rare. 25. — 

2602 The plates of the above Dutch edition 

of Prevost's collection of voyages separately. 4to. 

About 450 maps and plates, representing views 
of cities, costumes, plants, animals, etc. etc., many 
of them relative to America. 

2603 Price (R.) Observations sur la nature de la 
liberte civile, sur les principes du gouvernement, 
sur la justice et la politique de la guerre avec 
I'Amerique. Auxquelles on a ajoute un Appendix 
et un Postscriptum. Trad, de I'Angl. sur la lime 
edit. augm. et corr. par I'auteur. Rotterdam, 1776. 
sd. uncut. 8vo. 2.60 

2604 Aanmerk. over den aart d. burgerlyke 

vryheid, ... en den oorlog met Amerika. Vert, 
d. J. D. V, d. Capellen. Leydcn, 1776. 8vo. 1. — 

Dutch edition of the foregoing, translated from 
the English. 

2605 Nadere Aanmerk. etc. Leyden, 1777. 8vo. 

uncut. — {Further Cotisiderations, etc.) Contmuation 
to W. 2604. 1.60 

Frederik Mullbr &-C*L 



2606 Price, R., Aanmerk. over den aart der burger- 
lyke vryliekl, etc. 2e druk. Leiden, 1777. — Id. Na- 
dere Aanraerkingen etc. Ibid. 1777. — 1 vol. hf. 
calf. 8vo. 2.50 

Second edition of N". 2604, with tlie continuation. 

2607 FrooeedingS of the general Anti-Slavery 
Convention, . . . held in London, 12 — 23 June 
1830. Lond. 1841. 592 pp. cloth. 8vo. 1.50 

2608 Eerste Rapport der Staatsconimissie, tot 

het voorstcUen van raaatregelen, ten aanzien van 
de Slaven in de Nederl. Kolonien. Suriname. 'a Gra- 
venh. 1855. 379 pp. lar^e map. roy. 8vo. 2.— 

{First oficial report of the Slate-Commission on 
Slavery in the Dutch Colonies.-Surinam.) 

2609 Project en Consideratien van Bewinthebberen 
van de generate Geoctr. West-Ind. Compagnie, op, 
en volgens welke de gantsche W. Fnd. Comp. met 
alle hare Landen, Forten, . . . aan de Oost-Ind. 
Comp. sonde vverde overgegeven. No place nor 
date ( ?) fol. 2.50 

{Proposal and Considerations of the Directors of 
the general chartered West-lnd. Comp., on, and 
according to which the whole W. Ind. Comp., with 
all their Lands, Fortresses, etc. should given up to 
the East-lnd. Comp.) 

2610 Project d'une Constitution religieuse, consi- 
deree comrae faisant partie de la Constitntion ci- 
vile d'une nation libre independante, ecrit par un 
Ara^ricain. Public par J. A. Llorente. Paris, L. E. 
Herhan. (1824?) sd. uncut. 8vo. 1.60 

2611 Propiac (De), Beautes de I'histoire du P^rou. 
Paris, 1825. plates, hf. calf. 8vo. —.90 

2612 Propositie ghedaen ter Vergad. d. Staten- 
Generael d. Vereen. Nederl. in 's Gravenhage, 
16 Aug. 1647, door Franc, de Sonsa Coutinho, 
Itaedt v. zijn Con. Maj. van Portugal . . . ende 
Ambassadeur by hare H. Mog. S. 1. 1647. 4to. 
<Asher N". 221). 3.— 

{Proposition made at the Slates Gener. of the 
Tin. Prov. at the Hague, 16 Aug. 1647, by the 
Ambassador of Portugal.) 

To restitute Pernambiico lo the Unit. Prov., as 
accommodation after the Portuguese insurrection there 
of 1645. 

2613 Prospect of the most famous parts of the 
World. Loudon, Roger Rea. 1663. hf. bd. 206 pp. 
sq. 8". — Corner of the title mended. 8. — 

With 19 maps engr-dvcd hy P. Kaerius qmte differ- 
ring from those he engraved for Langenes^ Caert 
Thresoor (N". 1768). — Contains a map of the 
World and one of America. 

2614 Pi'ospectus d'une maison d'^ducation ou s^- 
minaire d'enfans a la Savane dcs Juifs. Parama- 
ribo, 1766. 8vo. In French and Dutch. 3. — 

Very rare, printed at the expenco of the founders 
of the Seminary. 

2615 Protest ofte schorp drj'ghement, 't welck den 
Coninek van Spagaen is doendc d'Heeren Staten 
Gener. ter occasie van 'tveroveren van deSilver- 

Amsterdah. ,i'i 

Vlota. Middelb. 1629. 4to. (Asher N". 121.) 6.— 
{Protest or angry menace of the King of Spain 
against the Stat. Gen. on the occasion of the cap- 
ture of the Silver -fleet.) 

2616 Pruyn (Mr. John V. L.) Memorials of — 
Albany, 1859. 75 pp. fine engraved portrait and plate, 
brown morocco gilt, gilt edges. 4to. 4. — 

Splendid executed volume, privately printed, con- 
taining Memoir by the Ilev. W. B. Spragae, etc. — 
Presentation copy. 

2617 Ptolemaei Cosmographia, opus Domini Ni- 
colai (Uonia) German!. Ulme, 1486. with the 32 
woodcut maps coloured, and MS. initials in colours, 
vellum, large fol. 45. 

This edition is much rarer than the former of 
1482, which contained these maps for the first time. — 
The margins of the last leaves stained by water and 
somewhat defective. 

2618 Quadriparti. Ptolo. Que in hoc volu- 

mine continentur hoc sunt. Liber quadripartiti 
Ptoloraei. Centiloquium ejuadem. Centiloquium 
Hermetis, etc. Venetiis, Sumptibus Ocfav. Scoti, 
1519. vellum, woodcuts, fol. 10. 

Fine copy, bound up with: Albohazen Hally Libri 
de judiciis astrornm. Latine per A. Stnpara Rfaoetum. 
Basil., Henricpetri, 1561. 

2619 restitutus, emaculatus, cum tabulis veteribns 

et novis. Argentorati, Joa. Scotus, 1520. calf. fol. 

With 25 maps {instead of 4,1 .) 15. — 

Kepriut of the celebrated edition of 1513. The 

copy has not the map of the world, but map: Eaec 

terra cum adjacenlibus insulis inventa est per Co- 

lumbum, etc. — See: Harrisse, Additions N". 58. 

2620 Geographicae enarrationis libri octo. Bili- 

baldo Pirckeymero interprete, (ace.) annotationes 
J. de Kegio Monte. Argentoragi {sic), J. Grienin- 
ger, logo. Text in woodcut borders. 50 large wood- 
cut maps. hf. calf, arms on sides, fol. (Harrisse 
N». 136.) 60 — 

Very bakk. The maps arc the same as those in 
the edition of 1522. It contains also the famous 
map of Laur. Krisius, dated 1522, which bears the 
name -America^ — Title and the fuUowing leaf 
restored, and stained in the margins. 

2621 Same edition. Pigskin, with clasps. — Very 

fine and tall copy, only one MS. annotation on the 
title and some in the margins. 80. — 

2622 Geographicae Enarrationis libri VI 1 1, ex 

B. Pirckeyinhori tralatione, sed ad Graeca et 
prisca esemplaria a Mich. Villanovano {M. Ser- 
veto) secundo rocogniti. LugJuni, Apud Hug. i 
Porta, 1541. 50 maps. Fine, tall co/ty. fol. 32.50 

Valuable edition, see Harrisse N". 2i3. 

2623 The same edition. Af. bound, fol. Tall 

copy, but wanting map 28, 30, 41, 45. 18.50 

2624 La Geographia di Claudio Ptolemeo . . . 

con alcuni comenti et aggiunte da Seb. Munstero, 
tradotto in vulgare da P. Andr. Mattiolo, con 




miove aggiuntossi di Jac. Gastaldo Pianiontoso, 
cosmographo. Venetia, 1518. 60 m,7ps. gilt vullum. 
sm. 8vo. 30.— 

Very fine coj.y. — First Italian edilion contai- 
ning 60 very well engraved niaijs, wherof 2 niap- 
pcnionds and 5 special rnajjs of America, one com- 
prising the: ticrra of Labrador, the tierra of Nurem- 
berg, etc. 

2625 Piolomaei Omnia quae extant opera, praetor 
Geograidiiain, cura ab E. O. Schreckenluehsio. 
Basileae, ap. Henric. Peimm. 1551. woodculs. bds. 
6m. fol. 27.50 

2626 Geographia universalis vetus et nova; 

complect. Ptolem. Enarrationis 11. Vlll. Translat. 
Pirckheiuieri, . . . sueced. tabulae op. 6. Munsleri. 
Basiliue, per Henricum Feirum, 1555. 54 maps, sm, 
fol. (llarrisse, Addenda N«. 155.) 25.— 

Bound up in one vol. with : VaL Jndr. Ri/d, 
Catalogus aunorum atque priucipum. Bernae, 1540. 

2627 Geographia, olim a B. Pirkheiniherio 

translata, at nunc multis codd. grace, collata, et 
redacta a Jos. Moletio. Venetiis, f^. Falgrishis, 1562. 
64 engraved maps {on copper), vellum. 4to. 8 50 

This edition contains 8 maps on America, besides 
diifereiit maps of the Northern regions of Europa 
and America. 

2628 Geograpluae libri VIII. Latine, cum ta- 

bulis ad nientem auctoris restitutis per Ger. Mer- 
caiorem. (Ed. cura A. Mylii.) 1584 {in fine:) Colo- 
niae, 1578. vellum^ woodcuts and maps. Large fol. 

Very kink copy, with splendid engraved title 
and 29 maps on copper, each with elegant orna- 
mental border and cartouches. 

First edition of Ptolemy with Mercator's series of 
maps. — See N". 2088—97, 

2629 The same. Ibid. 1578. Engraved title and 

27 coloured maps, no text, vellum, large fol. 9. — 

Without the two maps of globes. 

2630 Qeographiae universae turn veteris turn 

novae absolntissimum opus, duobus voluminibus 
distinctum in quorum priore habentur Ptolemaei 
Geographica, in secundo antiquae orbis tabulae 
XXXVII recentiores, auctore J. A.. Maglno. Co- 
loniae, P. Keschedt, 1597. 2 vols in 1. stamped 
pigskin., with date of 1599 on the binding. 64 maps. 
4tO. Very fine copy. 17. — 

Contains 3 maps of the world with America and 
one special map of the New World. Leaf 279 to 
291 of the 2d volume contain a description of 

2631 ■ Geografia. Tradotta da G. Euscelli et hora 

nuovamente ampliata da G. Rosaccio, con varie 
annotation! et espositione, et una geografia, uni- 
versale separata da quella di Tolomeo. Venetia, 
Heredi di Melch. Sassa, 1599. 3 parts in 1 vol. 
calf, many maps. 4to. 9. — 

Contains, besides 3 maps of the world with repre- 
sentation of America, a separate »Uber IV trait. 

deV America" (leaf 125 — 143 of the 2d part) with 

9 maps. 
26.'>2 Ptolamaoi Geographiae libri VIII. Graece et 
Lat. Cum tabulls geograph. ad montem aiictoria 
restitutis per G. Mi:rcntorem. Recogniti a P. Mon- 
tano. Amsterod., J. Ilondias et Corn. Nicolai, 1605. 
fol. H^ith portrait of G. Mercator and 27 maps. 
— A. Ortelii Theatri orbis terrarum parergon, 
8. veteris geographiae tabulae, commentariis iliu- 
stratae. Antwiirp., ex officina Plantiniana, 1624. 
fFiih numerous maps, including the Tabula itineraria 
Peuilngeriana in 8 parts. 

Bound together in 1 vol. fol. calf gilt. 14. — 

2633 Opus ingens ac nobile omnes Celorum 

niotus contineiis. Felicibus aatris eat in lucem 
ductu P<!tri liiechtenstein. Venetiis, ex- officina 
eiusd. lilteraria, 1515. calf gilt. fol. Rare. 15. — 

Goth. tyi)es, ornamented initials, mathtmat. figu- 
res in the margins. — Fine copy of a well executed 
work, save some small worn) holes. 

2634 Purchas (S.) Pelgrimagie. Vo3'agien en rey- 
sen ghedaen door de oude Coninghen, Palriarchen, 
Apostelen en Philnaophen. Uit het Engels vcr- 
taelt. t' Amsterdam, 1655. Vol. I. vellum. 4to. 

{Pilgrimage. Voyages and travels of the old Kings, 

Patriarc/is etc.) 

This is the ordy volume of that celebrated work, 

which appeared in a Dutch translation. It contains 

only the first book (in 16 chapters) of the original 

Very rare. 

2635 Pyrard de Laval (Fr.) Voyage et naviga 
tion aux Indos Orientales, Maldives, Moluques 
au Bre.-iil. Avec une description exaete des moeu 
faQons de faire, du commerce, des animaux, arbres, 
etc. Nouv. edit. augm. p. Du Val. Paris, L. Bil- 
laine, 1679. 3 parts in 1 vol. calf, with map. 4to. 

10. ~ 
The first edition of this interesting work appeared 
in 1611. It is said to be written by P. Bergeron 
after the narratives of Pyrard. See Brunei, who 
adds that the edition of 1679 is preferable for the 
additions by I)u Val and the map, which is not i 
the first edition. 

2636 Quad, Matth., Geographisch Handtbuch r 
wekhem die Gelegenheit der vornehmsten Land- 
schafften des gantzen Erdtbodems in zwei und 
achtzig Tafifeln fUrgebildt. Coin, 1600. Original 
calf binding, fol. 12. — 

Of the 82 maps, nearly all coi)ied after Mercator, 
6 American occur: Map of the World, N. America, 
S. America, Mexico, Strait of Magellan, North- 
Pole. — On many majjs fine portraits f. i. : that of 
Queen Elisabeth of England, of Philip II of 
Spain, etc. 

2637 Quakers (Les vrais), ou les exhortations, 
harangues et predictions des vrais serviteurs de 
Dieu, i un niechant frere au sujet de ses maxi- 
mes snr le luxe, etc. Londrec, 1770. sd. uncut. 
8vo. 2.— 

Fredisrik Muller & C, 




2638 Quakers (Les vraisi, CJollection of 65 
tracts in Dutch by W. Densbury, J. Naylor, F. 
Howgill, St. Crisp, John Fiirly, W. Ames, W. Ca- 
ton, J. Roeloffz, G. Fox, J. Parle, Cbr. Birlihead, 
and others, pithlishod in 1656 — 71. In 1 stout 
volume, vellum. 4to. Rare collection. 12. — 

At the end a hat iu MSS. of the pieces. 

2639 Quarles van Uflbrd (J. C. G.) De vi ra- 
tionum externarum in domesticam Patriae nostrae 
conJitioneni, inde a controversia M. Britanniae cum 
coloniis suae Aniericae-Septontrionalis, usque ad 
Foedus nostrum cura Francia d. 10 Nov. 1785. Lngd. 
Bat. 1844. 8vo. 2.— 

2640 Quebec Plan oi the city during the siege, 
1759, with the position of the fleet and tlie army. 
(Anist., Tirion. 1766.) sq. fol. 1.25 

2641 Quelan [Guelan Sic !\ (Aug. de) Brieve re- 
lation de rEstat de Phernauibucq. Dedie a I'As- 
serablee de la Comp. d'West-lnde. Amst. L. Elze- 
vier, 1640. 4to. (Asher N». 155.) 12.— 

2642 Quelen (A. van) Kort verhael vandenstaat 
van Fernambuc. Uit het Francois in 'tNeder- 
duytsch vertaelt. Amst. 1640. 4to. (Asher N". 156.) 

{Short account of the state of Pernambueo. 

Transl. from the Frdtich.) 
Translatiun of the preceding. — Very rare and 

highly iutiTcsting tract dedicated to the Directors of 

the West-Iiid. Corap. 

2643 Quesnay de Beaurepaire (Le chev.) Me- 
moire, statuts et prospectus, conccrnant I'Aca.le- 
raie des Sciences et des Boaux-Arts des Etats- 
Unis de TAmerique, stabile a Richaiond, capitalo 
de la Virginie; presentes a Lenrs iMaj. et k la 
Faniille royale. Paris, 1788. td. uncut. 8vo. in 
original condition. 8.50 

Very rare. — Not mentioned by Rich. — Cont. 
• Liste des Associe's-Et rangers, des premiers Suas- 
criptenrs en Virginie 1786 et eu Europe, avant la 
publication dii meinoire, 1788." 

2644 Quincy (Josiah) Statesman and scholar, Pres. 
of Harvard Univers., Mayor of Boston, 1823— 20. — 
A.; L. S. to Sam. Willard of Deerfield, dat. Bos- 
ton, March 1. 1817. 1 p. 4". 2.50 

Informing W. of his being chosen a Member of 
the Amer. Acad, of Arts and Sciences. 

2645 A. L. S. to EJvv. A. Holyoke of Salem, 

without date. 1 p. 8". 2.— 

Requesting his signature as Presid. of the Amer. 

2646 Quir (P. Pera. de) [Q««>oj.] Ontdekking v. 
't onbekent Australia, syn grooten Ryckdom en 
vrachtbaerheyt. — Page 112 to 122 of the: „Jour- 
nael v. de Nassous 'he vloot." Amst. 1643. 4to. 
See N«. 1404. 3.— 

{Discov ry of the unknown Juttralia, its great 
riches and fertility.) 

Rarely to be found separate. 


2647 Raders (J. E. W. P. v.) en D. L. Wolf- 
son, Verslag eener reis naar Domerary, Grenada 
en Guadeloupe. Paramaribo, 1846. 4 plates. Svo, 

{Account of a voyage to Demerary, Grenada and 

2648 Kaei de Jonge (Job. de) DictionariuTn gno- 
graphicum ofte schat- en woorJt-boeck des aerd- 
trycks. Amsterd.. 1680. vdlum. 4to. 3.— 

{Geographical dictionary of the world.) 
Indispensable for the lecture of the old voyages 
and maps. 

2649 Eafn (C. C) Meinoire sur la decouverte do 
rAnierique au lOe siecle. 2e edit., augment^e. 
Copenhague, 1843. hf. bd. Svo. 2.50 

In the same vol.: Siipplemcut to the Antiquitates 
Americanae. Account of an ancient structure in New- 
Port, Rhode-Islaad, by Th. H. Webb. "With 9 plates. 

2650 Ontdekking van America in de lOe eeuw. 

Vert, door M. Hettema. Leeuwarden, 1838. Svo. 

Dutch translation of the original Danish. 

2651 Memoria sulla scoperta dell' America nel 

secolo Xmo, . . . trad, da Jac. Graberg da Hemso. 
Pisa, 1839. sd. uncut. Svo. with 2 maps. 2.50 

Italian traduction of the original Danish. 

2652 Rainsford (M.) St. Domingo, of het land der 
Zwarten in Hayti en deszelfs omwenteling. Naar 
het Eng. Amsterd. 1806. 2 vols. sd. maps and 
plates. Svo. 1.50 

(5^. Domingo, or the land of the Negroes and its 
revolution. Transl. from the Engl.) 

2653 Raleigh (Walt.) Discovery of . . . Guiana, 
with a relation of the . . . city of Manoa etc., per- 
formed in 1595. Reprinted frorathe edition of 1.596, 
with some unpublished documents. Edit., with 
copious explanatory notes and a biographical me- 
moir, by R. R. Sclwmburgk. Lond., 1848. map. 
cloth. Svo. 10.— 

Published by the Hakluyt Society. 

2654 en Lr. Keyinis, Waeracht. be- 

schryv. v. h. groot en goulryck Couinekryck 
V. Guiana, ghel. in America, by noorden de Orel- 
liana, etc. — Mitdtsg. de besehryv. v. de omlig- 
gende rycke Landtschappen Emeria, etc. — Amst., 
Corn. Claesz , 1598. boards, sq. 4to. (Tiele 
N*. 283.) 60.- 

{Trae description of the large and rich Kingdom 
of Guiana in America, in the north of the Orel- 
liana, etc. — With the description of the adjacent 
countries, Emeria, etc.) 

First and very rare edition of this faithful Dutch 
trauslatiou from the original ; only the dedications 
are omitted and the prefacs abridged. On this Butch 
translation is made the Latin version of de Bry 
(Grand Voy. VIII) as app.'ars from the omissions 
aud abridgements, and some faults occurring in the 
Dutch narrative. — Very good copy, only pp. 3 to 
6 are taken from the following edition, exactly re- 



printed after this. — Witb 2 engravings on both 

2655 Raleigh (Walt.) The same. Amst., Corn. 
Claesz., 1605. vellum, sq. 4to. Very fine and tall 
copy. (Tide N". 286.) 70.— 

2656 Tytler (P. Fraser) Life of Sir Walter 

Raleigh, . . . with a vinclication of his character 
from the attacks of Hume and other writers. 
3d ed. Edinb. 1840. portr., seals, etc. hf. calf. 8vo. 


2657 Hamel, Dagverhaal der lotgevallen van Pi- 
chegru, Barthelemy, Villot etc, uitgebanncnen nit 
Vrankrijk naar Guyane. Utrecht, 1799. — Supple- 
ment: Geheime Anecdotes betrefif. de 18de Fruc- 
tidor, en nieuwe gedenkschriften der gedeporteer- 
den naar Guyana, 's Hage, 1800. — 1 vol. hf. of. 
8vo. 2.— 

{Journal of the adventures of Pichegru, Barthe- 
lemy, Villot etc. exiled from France to Guiana. — 
Supplem. : Secret anecdotes on the \%th Fruetidor 
and new memoirs of the deported to Guiana.) 

2658 Hamon de la Sagra, Cinq mois aux Etats- 
Unis de I'Am^riqne du Nord. Trad, de I'Espagnol 
p, R. Baissas. Bruxelles, 1837. sd. 12mo. 1. — 

2659 Hamsay (D.) Geschied. van de Noord-Ame- 
rikaansche staatsomwenteling. Vert, uit h. Eng, 
Campen, 1792. 4 vols. 8vo. 2.50 

{History of the North- American revolution. Transl. 
from the Engl.) 

2660 Life of Geo. Washington, First Presi- 
dent of the Un. States. New York, 1807. portr. 
cf. 8vo. 2.50 

2661 Vie de G. Washington. Trad, de I'Angl. 

Paris, 1809. hf. calf portr. 8vo. 1.50 

2662 Randolph (John) eloquent Orator in Con- 
gress and Senate, 1799—1829. — A. Note, in the 
3d person, to the Secretary of War, dat. Febr. 
19, 1825. 1 p. 4». 1.50 

2663 Vindication of Mr. Randolph's resignation. 

Philad., Sam. H. Smith, 1795. sd. uncut. 8vo. 
103 pp. 6.— 

Very interesting for the numerous official docu- 
ments, which are reproduced in full length. — Men- 
tioned by Rich only in the Supplement. — Ran- 
dolph was Secretary of State and impeached for high 
treason in concurrence with the French Ambassador. 

2664 Ranch (Edw. H.), The Pennsylvania Dutch- 
man. Lancaster, Pa., 1873. Vol. 1, 3 parts. Vol. 
II, NO. 2—3. sm. 4to. 2.50 

Curious speciuien of degeneration of language. 
This dialect is a mixture of German (as spoken in 
the Pfalz, Wurtenberg, Bavaria) and English, wi- 
thout any addition of Dutch. 

2665 Raumer (Fr. v.) Die Vereinigten Staaten 
von Nord-Amerika. Leipzig, 1845. 2 vols. sd. 8vo. 
map. 1 .50 

2666 De Vereen. Staten van Noord-Amerika. 

Naar de nieUwste bronnen en berigten tjj- en 

omgewerkt. Deventer, 1849. 2 vols. sd. 8vo. 2.50 

{The United States of iV. America. {From the 

Ger7nan.) — Revised from the most recent sources 

and reports.) 

2667 Rauschenbusch (A.) Die Pilgervater odcr 
Gesehichte der christl. Ansiedler von Neu-England. 
New-York (1860.) cloth. 12mo. —.75 

2668 Kauw (Joh.) Cosmographia d. i. eine schone 
richtige u. vollkommene Beschreibung d. gottl. 
Geschbpfs, HiiTimels u. d. Erden, beides d. him- 
mel. und irdischen Kugel, d. irdische in ihre Theil 
Europam, Asiara u. Afhricam beneben Araericam. . . 
Item was fiir Berge, Wasser, Stiitte u. dgl. in 
jedte Landschaft befunden: was von Anfang fiir 
Viilker dieselben bewohnt, audi was fiir Sitten, 
Gebriiuchen u. Religion sic gehabt etc. Franck- 
furt a. M., 1597. 1031 pp., table and 18 unnumb. 
leaves. Many curious woodcuts and maps, pigskin bin- 
ding, with the portrait of Charlfs V. fol. -- Some 
insignif. wormholes in the beginning of the vol. 

Stout and curious volume, with many views of 
cities and other figures, well executed maps by Busse- 
mecher at Cologne, and very interesting for America, 
Russia, Polonia, etc. by its ample descriptions. 

2669 Raven Albertsz., (D.) Joumad ofte Beachi-jj- 
vinge van de Reijse na Spitsbergen in 1639, 
waerin sijn droevige schipbreucke, ellende op 
't wrack en blljde verlossing. Met and. gedenckw. 
Historien. Utrecht, B. fV. Snellaert. 1G47. 4». 3.— 

{Journal of the Voyage to Spitsbergen in 1639, 
containing his lamentable shipwreck, his misery on 
the wreck and joyful deliverance.) 

Rare separate edition, without plate and additions. 
Confer N". 372—386. 

2670 His shipwreck on the coast of Spitaberg. 

Plate, sq. 4". — Very fine impression. 1.50 

2671 Raynal (G-. Th.) Histoire philosophique et 
politique des etablissements et du commerce des 
Europeens dans les deux Indes. Gen6ve. 1780. 
4 vols, with Atlas. 4to. calf, gilt edges. 8. — 

In the first vol. is inserted: Arrest de la Cour 
de Parlement qni condamne: Raynal, Hist, philo- 
soph. d. deux Indes. — doune 25 Mai 1781.18 pp. 
4to. Separate edition. Rare. 

2672 The same. Geneve 1782. — Set of the 

plates, engrav. by De la Rue. 9 pc. 8". — Uncut. 


2673 Censure de la Faculte de Theologie de 

Paris contre . . . I'Histoire philosoph. et polit. 
des ... Indes, par G. Th. Raynal. Paris, 1781. 
sd. uncut. 8vo. 1.25 

2674 demasque, on Lettres sur la vie et les 

ouvrages de cet ecrivain. (Paris?) 1791. sd. 8vo. 

Vehement attack on R's representation of the North- 
American affairs and the conduct ;>f France. 

2675 Paine (Thom.) Remarques sur lee erreurg 





de THistoire philoaoph. et polit. de Raynal, par 
rapport aux aflfaires de rAincriquc Soptcntrion. 
Trad, de I'AHgl. p. A. M. Cerisier. Ikux. 1783. 
id. uncut. 8vo. 1. — 

2670 Raynal (G-. Th) Histoire philosoph. et poli- 
tique des Isles FraiKjoises dans les Indes Occiden- 
tales. Lausanne, 1784. sd., imout. 8vo. 1.50 

Separate edition of the parts of Rayual relative to 
the French West- Indian colonies. 

2677 Revolution de I'Amerique. Londres, Jmc- 

kijer Davis, 1781. sd. uncut. 8vo. 171 pp. 1.25 

2678 The same, other edition. Ibid., Lockyer 

Davit, 1781. sd.. porlr. 8vo. 183 pp. 1.25 

2679 Staatsomwenteling van Amerika. Amsterd., 

1781. td. 8vo. 1.— 

Dutch translation of the preceding work. 

2680 Revolution de TAmerique. Lond., 1781. — 

Mably, Brieven over de regeeriugsvorni en wetten 
der Vereen. Staaten van Noord-Ameriea, (Letters 
on the Government and Laws of the United States 
of N. Amer.) Amst. 1785. — bound up in I vol. 
hf. calf. 8vo. 2.50 

2681 Essai sur I'administration de St. Domin- 

gue. No place. 1785. sd. 8vo. 1.25 

2682 Esprit et genie de I'abbe Keynal {sic), 

tire de ses ouvrages. Geneve, 1782. hf. calf. 8vo. 


2683 Rechteren (Seyger v.) Jonmael, ghehou- 
den op zyne voyagie naer O.-lndien. Zwolle, 1635. 
bds. 4to. (Tielc N". 224.) Fine^ tall copy. 20.— 

Very rare. With fine engraved portrait on the 
title, and large map and plate of China, which were 
wanting in the only copy Mr. Tiele has seen and 
described, in the Uaiversity Library of Leydeu. 

2684 The same. 2e druk, verbetert en vermeer- 

dert. Zvrolle, 1639. bds. 4to. (Tiele N». 225.) 

Without portrait. The verso of the jjoem begin- 
ning: Siet hier, in bianco. With tha plate and map 
as in the preceding edition. 

2685 Reohtsgeleerde Memorie waar in ... de 
gegrondheid der klagten van d. Koning v. Gr. 
Brit., over de geheiine correspondentie tusschen 
Amsterdam en de Aniericaansche Colonien onler- 
zocht, en wederlegging van: Hel politicq systema. 
(Amst.) 1781. 8vo. 1.50 

{Juridical Memorial, wherein . . . the just foun- 
dation of the complaints of the King of Gr, Brit, 
on the secret correspondence between Amsterdam 
and the American colonies is considered, and a 
refutation of: Polit. System.) 

Attributed to E. Luzac. 

2686 Recit veritable de ce qui s'est passe au 6y- 
node de Dordrecht 1669... touchant J. de La- 
badie. Leyden, Claude Prison, 1669. 4to. Uncut. — 
French and Dutch text. 6. — 

2687 Records of the Colony of Rhode-Island and 
Providence plantations, 1636—1740, edited by 


J. Roasell BartJett. Provideuee, R, I. 1856—59- 
4 vols, cloth. 8vo. iO, — 

The earlier r cords ba7e special interest; they in- 
clude the treaties and commuuicatioDs with the In- 
dians, with fac-similes of their sigaatures. 

2688 Recueil A -Z &, (public par Perau, de Quer- 
lon, Mercicr Saint-Leger, de la Porte, Barbazan 
et Graville.) Fontenoy, Paris et Brux. 1745-1762. 
21 vols in 12. hf calf. 8v0. — Titles printed in 
red. Scarce. 12. — 

wCollection de pieces ciirieiiscs d'histoire, d'anec- 
dotes, et autres pieces du genre des ecrits fngitifs." — 
On y reinarque: Memoire sur la Louisiane, on le 
Mississippi; Arrest de la Dole, a I'encontre 
de Gilles Gamier, Lyonnois, pour avoir en forme de 
loup-garoii, devore plusieurs enfans; Hist, horrible 
d'un enfant, lequel, apres avoir, meurtry et estraogle 
son pere, le peudit; Tableau de la Cour de Home, 
1624; di verses pieces relatives a Henri IV; Sacre 
de Henri II, etc. etc. 

2689 Recueil de divers voyages faits en Afrique 
et en Anierique, qui n'ont point este encore pu- 
bliez ; cont. I'orig., les moeurs, les coutumes et le 
commerce d. habitants de ces deux parties du 
monde, avec d. traites curieux touchant l.i haute 
Ethiopie, le debordement du Nil, la mer Rouge, 
et le Pretre-Jean. Paris, L. Billaine, 1674. 15 maps 
and plates, old calf neat. 4to. 7.50 

First edition, complete. 

2690 The same. Paris, Vve A. CeUier. 1683. 

10 plates and 5 maps., calf gilt. 4t0. Neat copy. 9. — 

2691 • The same. Very fine and large copy 19 

vellum. 4to. 12. — 

Cont. : R. Ligon, Histoire de I'isle des Barbados. — 
de Laborde, Relation de I'origine, moeurs, coustu- 
raes, religion, giierres et voyages des Caraibes, sau- 
vages des .Antilles de I'Amerique. — Relation de la 
Guyane et de ce qu'on y pent faire. — {.Blome), 
Description de I'isle de la Jamaique, etc. — Rela- 
tion de la riviere du Nil. — £. Telles, Extrait de 
I'histoire d' Ethiopie. — Description de I'empire du 
Pretre-Jean. — Relation du voyage fait sur les costes 

All translated from the English and published by 
11. Justel. — The copy N". 2690 has a priuted 
fly-leaf, with the words: Colonies Angloises. 

2692 Recueil de voyages au Nord, contenant divers 
memoires tres-utiles au commerce et a la naviga- 
tion. Amsterdam, J. F. Bernard. 1731—38. 10 vols. 
hf. calf, uncut, maps and plates. 12mO. 15. — 

This valuable collection contains the following 
voyages to Greenland, America, etc. 

Vol. I. Relation de Tlslande (p. La Peyrhe). — 
Relation du Groenlande (p. La Peyrhe. — Let 
8 navigations de M. Frobisher. 

Vol. II. Journal d'un voyage an Spitzbergeu et 
au Groenlandt (p. Martens). — Supplement aux 
voyages de Wood et de Martens. 

Vol. III. 2 voyages de Linschoten au Waigatz. — 



Relation de Terre-Nenve, p. White. — Relation de 
la Baye de Hudson. — Lettre de M. Delisle sur la 
Californie (p. F. M. Picolo). — Relation d'nne des- 
cente des Espagnols dans la Californie en 16S3. 

Vol. V. Relation dc la Louisiane (p. le P. Char- 
levoix). — Relation de la Louisiaut;, par le Chev. 
de Tonti. — Voyage de H<!Hnepin. 

Vol. IX. Raisous qui out porte le gonvernement 
Brit. h. former une colouie dans la Georgie. — 
Voyage de Hennepin. 

2693 Recueil des Decrots Apostoliciues et des or- 
domiances du roi de Portugal, conceriiant la con- 
duite des Jesuites dans le Paraguay, I'attentat de 
1758 etc. Avec des pieces authentiquea. Amsterd., 
1760—61. 3 vols, calf neat. sni. 8vo. 5.— 

2694 Recueil des loi.x constitntives des colonies 
Angl., confederees sous la denomination d' Etats- 
Unis de rAineriquo Scptentrion. Aiiquel on a 
joint les Actt^s d' Independance, etc. trad, de 
1' Angl. Philad. et Paris, 1778. calf. 8vo. 2.75 

Dedie a Benj. Franklin. 

2695 Recueil des Voyages qui ont servi a I'etablis- 
sement et aux progrez de la Conipagnie des indes 
Orientales, formee dans les Provinces-Unies des 
Pais-Bas. Nouv. edit, revue et augm. Kouon, 
P. Caillotts, 1725. 10 vols, calf, many maps and 
plates. 8vo. 15. — 

Valuable collection, published by de Constantin. — 
It is a translation of the work Begin en Voortgang 
(N". 272) but with many abbiwiatioiis ; on the 
other hand the voyage of Bontekoe and the book 
Formosa neglected are added. 

2696 Recueil van de tractaten gemaeckt ende ge- 
slooten tusschen de Staten Generael der Vereen. 
Nederl. ter eenre; ende verseheyde Koningen, 
Princen enz. ter andere zyde. 's Gravenh., (1G84.) 
vellum. 4to. 5. — 

{Collection of the treaties made by the States 
General and divers Kings, Princes, etc.) 

Collection of 62 treaties from 1576 — 1684, with 
a general title, comprising those relating to the Dutch 
West-India Company, Brazil, New-Netherland, etc. 

2697 Reden van dat die West-Ind. Coinpagnie ... 
niet alleen profytelijck, raaer oock noodtsaeckelijck 
is, tot behoudenisse van onsen Staet. No place. 
1636- 4to. (A.shfir N». 162.) 2.50 

(Reasons to prove that the JFesl-Ind. Comp. is 
not only profitable but even necessary to the main- 
tainance of our State.) 

2698 Redenau waeromme de West-Ind. Comp. 
dient te trachten het landt van Brasilia den co- 
ninck van Spangien tc ontmachtigon, en dat ten 
eerste. Wesende een ghedeelte der propositie ghe- 
daen door J. A. Moerbeeck. Anist. 1624. 4to. 6. — 

(Reasons for the W. I. Comp. to try to deprive the 
King of Spain of Brazil.) 
Rare, not in Asher's Essay. 

2699 Redenen ende verscli. notable omstandig- 
beden van Don Fernando Telles de Faro . . . 

aeng. syn vertreck uyt 's Graven-Hage. 1656. 4to' 
Top and foot uncut. (Aaher N". 293.) 1.50 

(Reasons and several notable circum.itatices regar- 
ding the departure of D. Fern. Tdlez de Faro 
from the Hague.) 

Relating to the negotations on the cession of Brazil. 

2700 Redi (Franc.) Experimenta circa res diver- 
sas naturales, speciatiin illas, quae ex Indiis adfe- 
runtur. Acced. observatt. de viporis. Amstelod., 
1675. vellum, plates. 12uiO. 1. — 

Curiosities of natural history of the New Wjrld, etc. 

2701 Reed (A.) en J. Matheson, Verhaal van 
het bezoek bij de Amerik. Kerken door de Afge- 
vaanligden van wege de Congregationale Veree- 
niging van Engeland en Wallis. Rotterd., 1838. 
sd. 8vo. 1.50 

{Account of a visit to thi American Churches 
by the Deputies of the Congregational Union of 
England and Wales) 

2702 Reeder (Een) en Handelaar op de West- 
Indien, aan zijne niedereeders (Anist., 1790.) 8vo. 


{A freighter and merchant on the West-Indies to ^m 
his colleagues.) ^M 

2703 Reelfs (C. Scliemeriag) Hot Surinaamsche 
Regeringa-regleuient van 1865. 8vo. 1. — 

{The Statute of Government for Surinam, 1865.) 

2704 Reeps (Jan). — Coi)ye van 't Octroy door 
de Staten Gcner. gegeven aen Jan Reeps, om eene 
colonic . op te richten aen de westzyde van Rio 
de las Amasom;s. Mitsgaders een bescliryvinge 
van die landen . . 's Gravenh., J. Scheltus, 1689. 
4to. Uncut. Very ssarce. 20. — 

{Copy of the patent granted bij the Slates Gener. 
to John Reeps, for founding a colony on the Wes- 
tern side of the Rio de las Amazones. With 
d'Scription of the lands) 

The colony of Jan Reeps is one of those works 
we are surprised to find any trace of in history, so 
much it was lost sight of among greatiT and more ^| 
successful speculations. Indeed one is hardly able to ^B 
sa_v if this expedition left Holland or not. Tho^l 
extreme scarcity of this pamphlet has prevented per- 
sons more competent than ourselves from giving their 
opinion on tlie history of this colony; and it is al- 
most the duty of those men in America who devote 
their studies to make the history of the new world 
known to us, to give us some details of this almost 
forgotten country. In the mean time we recommend 
this tract to their notice, assuring them they will 
read it with interest. {Asher.) 

2705 Rees (O. van) Geschiedenis der Nederland- 
sche volkplantingen in Noord-Araerika. Tiel, 1855. 
sd. 8v'o. 1.— 

{History of the Dutch colonies in North- America.) 

2706 Rees i-bo 5k. — Collection of Voyages 
to East- and West-India, printed at Wy- 
Slngzborg (Sw/^den) 1674—75. 4io. 240. — 

Printed at the private press of Count P. Brake, , 


Fkederik Mullee & 0*., 




At VVysingsborg in Siualandia. (?) — This collection 
is, as all the typofjrajjhiciil productions of that press, 
directed by Job. Kankel, of the utmost RAKiTr. 

The volume contains : 

lEen kO) t Beskriffning uppii trenne Reesor 
cch Percgrationer, sainpt Kouuugurijket Japan : 

I. Nils Maison Kiiiping, Beskrifwes een Reesa, 
som heuoin Asia, Africa och inauga audra liedniska 
Konungarijken. (pp. 1—162.) 

II. Btkrifwes een Reesa till Ost-Indien, China 
och Japau. (pp. 162 — 233.) 

III. xMed Fortalliaude om ... Konnngarijketz 
Japan Tillstaud, sampt thesz Inwanares Handel och 
Wandel. . . a/S Oloff Erickion trUlman. (pp. 234-289.) 

IV. Uthfores een Reesa ifriin Mnscow till China, 
genoin Mongul och CaUija, cifwer Stromcn Obij ; 
Forriittat aflF een Rysk Gesandt, sotn till then stoore 
Tartaren Niiiki war skickad. (pp. 289—303.) VVy- 
siudzborg, Juh. Kankel, 1674. 

On pag. 304 is an advice that this reesa -book 
has been printed in 16C7, and that tu this second 
edition the following: "Tractater"' {with separate 
titles and pagi7ialions) are joined : 

1. Mart. Martinij, S. J., Historia om thet Tar- 
tariske krijget uthi Konuugarijket Sina . . . Men 
forswenskat aff A-nbr. Nideiberg. 1674. (4) and 
162 pp. 

2. Miih. Hemmersam, West-Indianisk Reese- Be- 
skriffning fran 1639 till 1645, ifran Amsterdam till 
St. Joris de Mina. 1675. (8) and 94 pp. 

3. Kort Beriiltehe om IFiist Indien eller Ame- 
rica, som elliest Kallas Nya VVerlden. 1675. 49 pp. 

4. Jobst Schouten, Sanfardig Bckrijffning om 
Kounngarijket Siam, . . . uthi Holliindska Spraket 
ahr 1636 forfattat ... 1675. 60 pp. 

All bound in cue vol. old vellum., original binding. 
4to. Very fine complete copy. Some of the margins 
slightly stained ; a stamp at the r.nder margin of 
the title. 

The works printed at Wysingzborg, belong even 
in Sweden to the rarest. — They are described in 
the following tract: 

2707 Keesa-book. — Gestrin (Sam) Dissertatio 
de libria in typographia Wisingsburgcnsi impressia. 
Upsaliae, 1793. 28 pp. 4to. h.— 

In this piece, also scarce, is found not only the 
bibliographiciil description, but also the detailed con- 
tents of each. Of the 28 Nos therein, the aboved 
named form 5 Nos, viz. 13, 14, 16, 18 and 19. 

2708 Regeling van den genecskundigen dienst, by 
de troupen en hospitalen dcr Hataafstlie Republiek 
in de Aniericaansche bezittingen. (No place.) 1802. 
//. bd. 8vo. 1.75 

(Regulations for the medical service in the army 
and the hospitals of the Batavian American colonies. 

2709 Register (Quarterly) and Journal of the 
American Education Society. Conducted by E. Cor- 
nelius and B. B. Edwards. Andovcr and Boston, 
1830—36. Vol. 2, 4—8. hf. bd. 8vo. 10.— 

Contaioiug valaabie historical particalars, etc. 

2710 Reglamento y Aranceles para el Comercio 
libre de E.'ipana a Indias, de 12 Oct. 1718. Madrid 
(1718). 2(52 pp. calf gilt. 4to. 4. - 

2711 Beglement by de West-lnd. Coinp., terver- 
gad. van de Negenthiene, met approbatie van de 
Staten Generael, over hot openstellen van den 
handel op Brasil provisionetjl ghearrest. 's Qrav. 
1638, Broadside. Large fol. 3.— 

(Regulation by the IFesl-Ind. Comp., provisionally 
decreed in the assembly of the Nineteen, with the 
approbation of the States Gener. respecting the 
opening of the trade with Brasil.) 

Asher cites only an edition in-4to, N". 168. 

2712 Eeglement op het beleid van de regering, 
het ju.stitievvczen, den handel etc. op Curasao. 
'sGravenh. 1815. 8vo. 1.— 

{Regulations on the coarse of the government, 
management of Justice, commerce etc. at Curapao.) 

2713 Begt (Het) der ingezetenen van deezen Staat 

oni op de Fransche West-Indien tehandelen 

Door een Koopman van Sint Eustatius. Uit het 
Eng. vert. Anist. 1758. 8vo. 1.50 

(7%e rights of the inhabitants of this State to 
trade with the French ^r est- Indies. By a Mer- 
chant of St. Eustatius. Transl. from the Engl.) 

2714 Reinhardt (J.) Om den indflydelse, de idelige 
Markbrande have udovet panvcgetationem i de 
Brasilianske Campos. Kjob. 1857. 8°. 1. — 

2715 Reining (J. E.) Zeor aanmerkelijke reysen 
raeest in de West-Indien. Samengesteld door A pan 
der Sterre. Amst., /. ten Hoorn, 1691. maps and 
plates. 4to. 20. — 

{Very remarkable voyages, principally in the 
West- Indies.) 

The editor (D. v. d. Sterre) of these very adven- 
turous voyages was physician at Cura9ao. The pla- 
tes are among the best of the famous engraver 

2716 Reise des Nord-Amerikanischen Missionars 
David Abeel, in dcnLandern Hinterindiens, 1830— 
33. Basel, 1836. map. 8vo. 1.— 

Baseler Missions- Magazin. 1836. Prt. IV. — 
Translation of the: "Journal of a residence in China 
and neighbouring countries." N.-York 1834. 

2717 Reizen (Nederlandsche) na de meeatafge- 
legene geweslcn doa aardkloots. Arasterd., 1784 — 
86. 14 vols, in 7. hf. calf, maps and plates. 8vo. 

{Dutch voyages to the most remote parts of the 


Collection of all the important Dutch voyages, 

beginning from the first of Barentsz. 

2718 Relaoion de ce qui s'eat passe a la Mission 
des Peres de la Comii. de Jesus, au pays de la 
Nouv. France, ea anneea 1655 et 1656. Envoy^e 
au R. P. L. Cellot. Paris, S. Cramoisy, 1657. vel- 
lum. 8vo. 20.— 

Fery rare, not mentioned by Ternaux. — Staioe4 
tad iioall wormholes, bat complete, 




2719 Helaes ende 't Cargo van 't silver ende coop- 
manschappen . . . inde vlote van Nova Hispania. . . 
vertrocken den 14 Octob. 1631 uyt Nova Vera 
Croce... als mede van 't gene |i3 verdroncken. 
Anisterd., voor /. v. HUten, by J. F. Siam (1632.) 
Broadside, fol. 3.50 

{Relation of the silver and merchandises in the 
fleet of New-Spain, which set sail Octob. 14, 1631 
from New Vera Croce, with account of what has 
been drowned.) 

Not in Asher's Essay. — Kelation of the capture of 
nearly 5 millions worth in pieces of eight, most in 
gold and silver, partly in costly merchandize. 

2720 Belandi (H.) Dissertationes miscellaneae. 
Traj. ad Rh. 1706—8. 3 vols. 8vo. 6.— 

Collection of 13 valuable dissertations on Oriental 
history and philology. 

Vol. III. cont. a dissertation ude Unguis Ameri- 
canis"' with a Brazilian vocabulary (taken from Piso) 
and grammar (from Lery), Chilian and Peruvian 
vocabularies (from Barlaeus and Garcilaso de la 
Vega), extracts from Gage on the Poconchi language, 
extracts of the Virginian grammar by Elliot and 
of his Bible, etc. — This 3d vol. may be had sepa- 
rately for flor. 4. — 

2721 Relation de ce qui s'est passe en I'annee 
1649, dans lea Royaumes ou les Peres de la Comp. 
de J^sus de la Prov. du Japon, publient le St. 
Evangile. (Par le r. Citadelli.) Paris, 1655. hf. 
vellum. Bvo. 6.— 

Japon, Cochinchina, Tonquin, etc. 

2722 Relation de divers vo}'ages dana I'Afriqne, 
TAmerique et aux Indes-Occidentales, etc. A^(3;?^ac<?. 
1726. calf. sm. Bvo. 

2723 Relation de I'etat actuel de la Nouvelle 
Ecosse. Trad, de TAngl. par F. Soules. Edinb. et 
Paris. 1787. sd. 8vo. 1.80 

2724 Relation nnd eigentliche beschreibung, desz 
jenigen was sich rait der Sehiff .(^rOTa</a and Krieg- 
hor so nach Prasil abgefertigt vrorden, von der 
Zeit an das sie in . . . Baia de todos Sanctos an- 
koramen, bisz sie sich der von den Rebellischen 
HolUtnder inngehabten Statt -S". Saluaior bemach- 
tigt, begeben unnd verlaufifen. Ausz einem an die 
Kon. May. zu Hispanien von Don Frederico de 
Toledo abgangnen Schreiben anszgezogen . . . nnd 
verteutscht worden. Augspurg, M. Langerwaldter, . . . 
1625, 4to. 1,8.— 

Of the utmost rarity. — On the capture of Bahia 
by the Dutch in 1624. 

2725 Relation (Neue n. griindliche) von der merck- 
lichen Victorie oder Sig v. J. da Sylva, Obristcr 
der Philippin-fnsulen, 24 April 1610, wider etliche 
holland. Raubschift u. ihren General Franz Witt 
Henricson erhalten hat. Auss d. Span, getruckten 
Exemplar von Madrill, Siinimarisch ins Teutsch 

-■' gebracht. Augsp., (hr. Babertshoffer, (1611?) 4to. 

;•*•■ 4.50 

'• The Admiral Franz Witt (properly Fraus Wittert) 

was the chief of a division of Verhoeveu's expedition 

I and ■ 

(de Bry, Pet. Voy. IX. 1612. Suppl. 1613) 
perished in the attack on the Philippines. 

2726 Relationis Historicae Continuatio, oder 

warhafftige Bescheibung aller fiirnemen nnd ge- 
denckwiirdigen Historien, 1606—1614. Franckf., 
Sig. Lalomus, 1606—14. 13 parts, plates. 4to. 12.— 
These chronicles, published yearly at the Eastern 
and Michaelis Mass, by J. Pranck, Theod. Meurer 
and M. Aitzinger, are very interesting for the con- 
temporary and accurate history of the events in 
Europe, specially in the North, and in Asia and 
America. A few indications many suffice. 

1606 Victori der Hollander mit 12 SchiSen in den 
Moluckschen Inseln. — HoUandische Armada 
wider die West-Indian. Flota auszgesandt. — 
Portugesische Flota mit grossem Reichthumb 

1607 Gewaltige Victor ien der Hollander wieder die 
Span. Armada zu Gibraltar. — Amboina in 
Indien von Portngesen wider erobert. 

1608 Verlauff d. Holland. Armada in 0. Ind. vor 
Malacca. — Teruate n. Tidor von Portugesen 
wieder erobert. — Flotta ausz Engelland nach 

1609 Virginia, ein Landschafft Americae, wird von 
Eugellandern wohnbar gemacht. 

1613 HoUiinder von Engelandern vergwaltigt bei d. 
Gronlaudschen Insuln. 

1614 Castell della Mina von Hollander erobert, etc. 

2727 Rem (Lucas) Tagebuch aus d. Jahren 1494— 
1542. Beitrag zur Handelsgeschichte der Stadt 
Augsbnrg. Mitgetheilt mit erlaut. Beraerkungen 
und einem Anhange von noch ungednickten Brie- 
fen und Berichten iiber die Entdeckung des neuen 
Seeweges nach Amerika u. Ost-lnd. von B. Greiff. 
Augsburg, 1861. 172 pp. roy. 8vo. Privately prin- 
ted, scarce. 6. — 

Most inleresting are the letters and accounts, all 
unpublished, on the first voyages to America and 
East-India, 1497 — 1506, from the succession of the 
well known Geographer Conr, Peutinger, f 1547. 
They fill pagg. 111 — 172. — »Kurtzer Bericht aus 
der neuen VVelt, 1501. (Reise des Alb. Vespucj.) — 
Reise des Vasco de Gama, 1497. — Bericht iiber 
die Expedition des Admirals P. Alvarez Cabral, 
1501. — Brief von der Portugalesischen Meerfahrt 
1503. (Vasco de Gama's zweite Reise.) etc. etc. 

2728 Remonstrantie vande Hooft-partijcipanten, 
ende geintresseerde vande West-Ind. Comp., aeu 
alle de Kegenten des Vaderlandts: versoeckende 
een spoedighe effectieve assistentie, tot meyntenue 
van de selfde, teghen alle de ghene diese socc'ken 
te dissolveren en te ruyneren. No place. 1649. 
(Asher N<». 249.) 2.— 

{Remonstrance of the Chief shareholders and those 
interested in the IFest-Ind. Comp. to all the Gover- 
nors oj the Fatherland ; begging for their speedy 
and ej^ective assistance against all those who try to 
dissolve and to ruin them.) 


2729 Renard, L., Atlas van Zeevaart ea Koop 

Frederik Muller & 0*., 




h'aridel door de geheele Wereldt, vermeerd. dotr 
R. en J. Otiens. Amsterd. 1745. hf. caJf. 32 Large 
coloured maps, with text. roy. fol. 6. — 

(Atlas of navigation and commerce through the 
lehole world.) 

With 7 large charts of America and its parts. 

2730 Rendorp (J.) MemoriSn dienende tot ophel- 
dering van het gebeurde gedurende den laatsten 
Engelschen oorlog. Amsterd. 1792. 2 vols. — 
E. F. v.. Berckel, Missive . . . houd. Elucidation 
raak. de Memorien van J. Rendorp. Haarlem, 
1792. — bound in 2 vols. hf. calf. 8vo. 2.50 

{Memorials concerning what happened during the 
last tear with England. — van Berckel, Missive 
elucidating the Memorials of Rendorp.) 

On the origin of and against the war, the Treaty 
with America 1778, the influence of France, and the 
disadvantage for the United Prov., with elucidations 
by van Berckel, the American Ambassador at that 

2731 Berckel (E. P. v.) Missive . . . houd. 

elucidation rnak. de Memorien van J. Rendorp. 
Haarl. 1792. 8vo. 1.— 

(Missive for elucidating the Memorials of J. 

2732 Rondborstige, doch onpartydige Aenmer- 

kingen op de Memorien van J. Rendorp. Amsterd. 
B. M. Langeveld, 1792—93. Part 1—6. 8vo. 1.50 

(Frank, but impartial remarks on the Memorials 
of J. Rendorp^ 

2733 Benselaar (A. van) Aanmcrkinge wegena 
de cultuur der heidegronden. Haarlem. (1802.) 
Svo. 1.— 

(Remarks on the cultivation of broomland.) 

2734 Hensselaer (Stephen van) „the Patroon," 
Member of Congress, distinguished patron of pu- 
blic Institutions. — A. L. S. to Henry Glen, dat. 
Albany, Jan. 18, 1797. 1 p. 4to. 7.50 

Fme letter on politics: »! find we are thought of 
little consequence by some of the Southern people, 
to seize our stock without making a demand of the 
debt is a violent measure" . . . etc. 

2735 Funeral sermon on the death of Steph. 

van Rensselaer, by Will. B. Sprague. Albany, 
1839. — by Geo. W. Bethune. Philad., 1839. — 
by Will. Barlow. Albany, 1839. — Dan. D. Bar- 
nard, Discourse on the life, services and character 
of St. v. R., with an histor. sketch of the colony 
and manor of Rensselaerswyck. Albany, 1839. — in 
1 vol. hf. bound. 8vo. 4. — 

2736 Renwiok. Account of steamboats navigating 
the Hudson River. — On the Inland Navigation 
of the United States of America. (Loud., Quar- 
terly Journal, 1828.) 8vo. —.75 

2737 Report and Evidence from the select Com- 
mittee on the West Coast of Africa. (Official blue 
Book.) Lond. 1842. 744 pagg. and 2 maps. fol. 3.50 

2738 Report (First) from the select committee on 
Ceylon and British Guiana; together with the 




Minutes of evidence, and Appendix. (Official blue 
book.) Lond. 1849. 383 pagg. fol. 2.— 

2739 Report (Uth Annual) of the Board of State 
Charities of Massachusetts, and its four depart- 
ments. With an Appendix. Boston, 1875. cloth. 
Svo. 1.75 

2740 Report (24th and 25th) of the Board of Tru- 
stees of Public Schools of the city of Washing- 
ton, 1870—72. Washingt. 1871-72. 2 yoU. plates. 
8vo. 3.50 

2741 Report of proceedings for combining thte ma- 
nagement of outfall drainage, with the construc- 
tion of dams, roads, bridges, in British Guiana. 
Lond. 1851. 8vo. 1.— 

2742 Report of the Committee of Claim, on the 
memorial of Paul Coulon, a French citizen. (Phi- 
ladelphia?) 1802. sd. uncut. Svo. 2.— 

Relating to two prize-ships, brought at the port 
of Wilmington, North-Carolina. 

2743 Report of the Directors ofthe Anglo-Mexicaa 
Mining Association. London, 1826. 8vo. 1.25 

2744 Report of the Secretary of the Treasury read 
in the House of Representatives of the United 
States, Jan. 19th 1792 ^ containing a plan for the 
further support of public credit. Printed by order 
of the House of Representatives. [Philad.] hjJohn 
Fenno, 1795. sd. uncut. 8vb. 90 pp. and h large fol- 
ded tables. 5.50 

tions only the liondon reprint of the saitae year, 

2745 Report of the Watering Committee of Phila- 
delphia, relative to the Fair-Mount water works. 
Philad. 1823. plates. 8vo. 1.— 

2746 Reports and memoirs on a canal or railroad 
between the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans. (Was- 
hington) 1849. 678 pp., 15 maps, cloth. Svo. 3.— 

2747 Reports (Annual) of the American board 
of commissioners for foreign missions. Boston, 
1834—50. 17 vols. sd. Svo. . 15.— 

Contain, interesting accounts of the missionaries 
from all parts of the world. — Each roluine con- 
tains about 25 pp. relating to the Indian tribes, 
which would form in all a stunt volume of above 
400 pp., full of valuable details not to be found 

2748 R6publique (La) des Jcsuites au Paraguay 
renversee, ou Relation authent. do la guerre de 
ces religieux centre I'Espagne et le Portugal en 
Amerique. La Haye, 1758. sm. Svo. sd. uncut. 2. — 

2749 Resolutie van de Staten van Hollandt ende 
WestVriesl. ; Item Missive van de Staten Gene- 
rael . . Mitsgaders een Missive van den Direc- 
teur Generael Joh. v. Valckenburgh aen de Sta- 
ten Gener.: Als mode een Extract uytte Missive 
by den voomoemden Uireeteur aen de Bewint- 
hebberen van de West-lnd. Corap., alle noopende 
de procedorea der Engelachc in Guinea. 'sGrair,' 


fiEUSS — HO. 

1665. 4to. (Ashcr N». 326.) 3.— 

{Resolution of ihe Slates of Roll, and IT est- 

Friesland; with a Letter from the States Gener., 

and also with a letter from the Directeur General 

i^alckenburg to the States Gener. ; with an Extract 

from the letter of the aboee-named Directeur to 

'._, the Directors of the West-Ind. Comp., all on the 

, "^proceedings of ihe E^iglish in Guinea.) 

2750 Eeuss (J. D.) Alphabcticjil Register of all 
the authors actually living in Great-Britain, Ire- 
land and in the United Prov. or North-America, 
with a catalogue ot their publications, 1770— 1803. 
Berlin and Stettin, 1791—1804. 3 vols. sd. 8vo. 
Hare. 4.50 

2751 Reveries d'un Suisse aj'^ant pour but la recon- 
ciliation entre TAngleterre et ses colonies. Londr. 
(en Holl.) 1781. 8vo. 1.— 

2752 Revius (J.), Biechte des Conincx van Span- 
jen ter doot toe cranck zynde over het verlies 
van Pernambuco. No place nor date (1630). Broad- 
side in 3 col. with border, lol. 4.50 

{Confession of ihe King of Spain, sick to death, 
on ihe loss of Pernambuco.) 

Of great rarity j in 26 Dutch quatrains according 
to the Confiteor of the R. Cath. liturgy. — The 
author is an esteemed poet and historian, whose poems 
were republished in 1863, see the following N". 

2753 Leven en uitgelezen zangen en dichten, 

' heruitgeg. door J. v. Vloten. Schiedam, 1863. 

12mo. —.50 

{Life and select songs and poems of J, Revius, 
republished by J. v. Vloten.) 

Contains the preceding and some other pieces on 
the events in Brazil. 

2754 Reys-BoeCk van het rycke Brasilien, Rio de 
la Plata, ende Magallanes, daer in te sien is: De 
ghelegentheydt van hare landen ende steden, haren 
bandel ende vpandel, vruchten . . . Als oock de 
leste reyse van den Heer van Dort, met het vero- 
veren van Todos los Santos... Ghedruckt in 't 
jaer 1624 by Jan Canin. 4to. hf. vellum, 2 ^naps 
and 3 folded plates. (Asher N". 106.) — Fine copy. 

{Book of travel in the rich country of Brazil, 
Rio de la Plata and Magellanes . . , with the con- 
quest of Todos los Santos etc.) 
Excessively rare. 

2755 Ehees (W. J.) Manual of the Public Libraries, 
Institutions and Societies, in the United States 
and British Provinces of North-America. Philad. 
1859. cloth. 8vo. 4 50 

2756 Rhode-Island, by D. F. Sotzmann. Hamburg, 
C. E. Bohn, 1797. High fol. 36 by 48. — Coloured, 


2757 Rich (O.) Catalogue of Books, relating prin- 
cipally to America (1606—1700.) Lond. 1832. hf. 
calf. 8vo. — Scarce. 22.— 

With long and interesting bibliographical notes. 

2758 Bibliotheca Americana Nova. A Catalogue 

of books relating to America, in various languages, 
including Voyages to the Pacific and round the 
v^'orld, etc. Printed since 1700 (till 1844.) Lond. 
1846. 2 vols, cloth. 8vo. 32.— 

— At the end a Prospectus of a Bibliotheca Ame- 
ricana Vetus, or List of books relating to America, 
1493—1700, by O. Rich, dated Febr. 1, 1846. 
16 pp., being followed by a Supplement of 8 pp. ; 
both of which are evtremely scarce, particularly 
the latter. 

"All of Rich's Catalogues are important, and 
eagerly sought for by Book- Collectors, especially the 
earlier ones, which have come to be exceedingly 
scarce." Gould's Librarians Manual. 

2759 Catalogue of rare aud curious books, tracts 

and manuscripts, chiefly relating to North and South 
America, many from the collection of the late 
Mr. O. Rich. Lond., Puttick and Simpson. 1872. 
109 pp. 8vo. 2.— 

2760 Rice, John Holt, Professor in Theology 
and author in "Virginia. — A. L. S. to P res. Day 
of Yale-Coll., dat. 16 Aug. (1825) 1 p. 40. 1.50 

2761 Richard (.C), De Republiek Columbia, of 
tatereel van derz. tegenwoord. toestand en betrek- 
kingen; in brieven van daar ... geschreven. Be- 
nev. eene levensschets van S. Bolivar. Amsterd. _ 
1822. 8vo. sd. 1.80i| 

( The Republic of Columbia, or view of the aetual\ 
■itate and conditions; in letters written from there. 
With a biography of the President S. Bolivar.) 

2762 Richthofen (E. von) Die Mexikanische Frage 
beleuchtet. Berlin, 1862. 8vo. —.90 

2763 Riedesel- — Die Berufs-reise nach America. 
Briefe der Geaeralin von Riedesel auf dieser Reise 
u. wiihrend ihrer sechsjahrigen Aufenthalts iu 
America, 1776—83. Berlin (1800.) hf. cf. 8vo. 


2764 Riley (J.) Naufrage du brigantin Americain 
Le Commerce, perdu sur la cote Occident. d'Afri- 
que, 1815; accomp. de la description de Tora- 
buctoo et de Wassanah. Trad, de I'Angl. p. Pel- 
tier. Paris, 1818. 2 vols. map. hf. calf. 8vo. 2.50 

2765 Rlvarol •^. de) Le petit Almanach de nosg 
Grands Hommcs, pour I'annee 1788. Suivi d'ual 
grand nombre de pieces inedites. Paris, 1808.fl 
360 pp. hf. bd. 8vo. portr. of the author. 2.50 

"Satirical Biographies of the literary men oi bis 
time. Pag. 207 — 328 contain: Vie politique de 
M. de la l^Xayette.)" 

2766 Rivista de Espana, de (ndias y del Estran- 
jero, hajo la direccion de D. F. Gonzalo Moron 
y D. ign. de Ramon Carbonell. Madrid, 1845. 
Tom. IV. hf calf. 8vo. 2.50 

Contains interesting essays on the Spanish posses- 
sions in America, Porto- Rico, Cuba, etc. 

2767 [Ro (Pater Jac)] Indiauische Raiss van 
dreyen Priestern d. Societet Jesu, A". 1618 nach 
Goa in India geschifft, met beuelch. ..nach China 
zu raiaen. Aus ItaL und Frantzos. Sprach. Augs- 

Fbedjcrik Mui.lbb & C, 




burg, 1620. vellum. 4to. 7.— 

Bonnd np in thn same vol.: Tlistori von detn 
Hochheil. Crentz zn Caraiiaca in llispanien, (lurch 
J. de Kobles Corualan. Ibid. 1619. 

2768 Robertson (W.) Histoirc de rAni^rique. 
Trad, de I'Angl. Paris, 1778. 2 vols, maps, calf 
giU. 4to. S.-IjO 

2769 The same. Maestricht. 1777. 4 torn, in 

2 vols. hf. calf, plate, sm. 8vo. 1.50 

2770 The same, corr. et anp^ni. d'apres la 2e 

edit. angl. Amsterd. 1799. 4 vols. mapt. hf. calf. 
8vo. 1.75 

2771 Geschiedenis van America. Amsterd., 

1778—1801. 5 vols. hf. calf, uncut, maps. Svo. 2.50 

Dntch translation. — Tlie 5th vol. (or book IX 
and X), contains the history of Virginia till 1688, 
and of N. England till 1652. 

2772 The same work, in Dutch. 4 vols. sd. 

8vo. 1.50 

2773 Robin, Nieuwe reize door Noord-Amerika, in 
1781. Amsterd. 1782. hf. bd. uncut. 8vo. 1.75 

{New Voyage in N. America, in 1781.) 
Dutch translation of the French original. 

2774 Robinson. — Gevallen van den ouden en jon- 
gen Robinson, behelz. . . . reize van den jongen 
Robinson na Madera en Tabago, etc. 2e druk. 
Amsterd. 1766. 2 vols. sd. uncut. 8vo. .3.50 

(Adventures of the old and young Robinson, con- 
tain, a. a. the voyage of the yoking Robinson to 
Madera and Tabago, etc.) 

2775 De Nieuwe Engelsche Robinson, of de 

overzeldzame gevallen van Capit. Rob. Boyle,... 
en eindelyk de reize, schipbreuk en behoud. van 
Rich. Castelman, met een Beschrijv. van Pensil- 
vania en Philadelphia, Uit h. Eng. 2e vermeerd. 
druk. Amsterd. 1761. 2 vols. sd. uncut, plates. 
8vo. 6. - 

{The New English Robinson, or thf. adventures 
of ('apt. R. Boyle, . . . and finally the voyage, 
shipwreck and saving of R. Castelman, with a de- 
scription of Pennsylvania and Philadelphia. From 
the Engl.) 

2776 De Saxische Robinson, of womlerbare 

reyzen van Wilh. Retchir, begonnen in 1691. 
.\nisterd. 1764. 2 vols. sd. uncut, plates. 8vo. (little 
stained.) 3.50 

{The Saxonian Robinson or curious voyages of 
W. Retchir, commenced in 1691.) 

2777 De Sweedsche Robinson, of het wonder- 

lyk leven van Gust. Lnndkroon. Uit het lloogd. 
Amsterd., 1771. plates, hf. calf, uncnt. 8vo. .3..50 

( The Swedish Robinson, or Adventures of Gust, 
Landkroon. Translat. from the German.) 
Engraved frontispiece with date of 1733. 

2778 De Walchersche Robinson. Rotterdam, 

1752. hf. calf 8vo. .3..50 

{The Dutch Robinson of Watcher en {Province 
Zealand) and his adventures at the island Ponedo 


de St. Po.) 

All these Dntch Robinsonades are of the highest 

2779 Robinson, Edw., Professor of Bibl. litera- 
ture in the l.'^nitar. Theol. .Semin. in N. Y. — 
A. L. S., in German (to an editor in Halle?), dat. 
Berlin, Febr. 14, 1839. 2 pp. 8vo. 2.30 

On his travel in Palestine and the publication of 
his: "Biblical Researches in Palestine.'^ 

2780 Robinson (John.) — Testimony to John 
Robinson ("lately deceased"), Minister to the En- 
glish Brownist Congregation at Leydon, given and 
signed by Ant. Walaeus and Festus Ilommius, 
Theol. Proff. at Loyden. Dated : Leyden 25 and 
26 May 1628. — Exact copy in Photolithography 
{procede-Asser) on old Dutch paper, after the ori- 
ginal MS. copy in the Archives of the Engl. Pres- 
hyterean Church at Amsterdam. 1 sheet fol. — 
With MS. transcription in modern handwriting and 
English translation. — Only 50 copies issued. 9. — 

Highly interesting document testifying of Robin- 
son's exertions to remove the schisms between the 
varions Brownist Congregations in the Low Conn- 
tries, bnt: 'finding here so many difficulties ... 
to effectuate this, to have resolved his removal with 
a good part of his congregation to the W. Indies, 
where he did not doubt to effectuate this (design)," 
cet. — Robinson's sympathy with the Dutch Refor- 
med Church is here proved by his intention to edu- 
cate his son for its service. 

2781 Robinson (W. D.) Memoirs of the Mexican 
Revolution, including a Narrative of the Expedi- 
tion of Gen. Mina and Observations on the prac- 
ticability of a passage between the Pacific and 
Atlantic Oceans. Philad. 1820. bds. 8vo. (portr. 
and map wanting.) 2. — 

2782 — ^— Same work. Lond. 1821. 2 vols, portr. 
and map, calf gilt. 8vo. Fine copy. 6.50 

278.3 Gedenkschriften der omwenteling in Me- 
xico, etc. Haarl. 1823. sd. 8vo. 2. — 
Dutch translation of the preceding. 

2784 Rocha Cabral (J. M. da), Relatorio moti- 
sado sobre a estatistica da provincia de S. Pedro 
do Rio Grande do Sul, . . . Comprehend, o piano 
da organ izaQao, etc. Rio de Janeiro, 1836. 8vo. 


2785 [Rochefort (C. de)] Histoire natnrelle et 
niorale des lies Antilles de I'Amerique. Av. un 
vocabulaire Caraibe. Rotterd., 1658. bds.., numerous 
engravings. 4to. 10. — 

First and rare edition. Barbier says, that the real 
author was L. de Poinry. — The Caraib vocabu- 
lary fills the pages 515—27. 

2786 The same. 2e ^dit. rev. et angm. depla- 

sieurs descriptions, etc. Rotterd. 1665. ealf, nume- 
rous engravings. 4tO. 12. — 

This edition is angniented with 3 folded plates; 
the description of Tabago is more extensive than 




in the first edition. — The Caraib vocabulary fills 
pp. 571—583. " ' 

.' :'!•• At pag. 18 the engraved coat of arms of Baron 
Lampsins of Tabago. 

2787 [Rochefort (C. de)] The same. Lyon, Chr. 
Foumiy, 1667. 2 vols, calf, 2 plates and ma >nj engra- 
vings. 12rao. 6. — 

Third edition, being the first with the author's 
name on the title, with considerable additions in the 
description of Tabago. 

Vol. II. pp. 652 — 80, cont. the Caraib vocabulary. 

2788 Natuurlijke en zedelijke historie van d'Ey- 

landen en voor-eylanden van America. Met eenen 
Caralbischen Woordenschat. Rotter A., \QQ2. vellum, 
plates and engrav. 4to. 6. — 

Dutch translation of the preceding work, with the 
Caraib vocabulary. 

2789 The same sewed, uncut, 4to. Rare. 7. — 

2790 Historische Beschreibung der Antillen 

Inseln in America gelegen. Aus Franzos. Sprach 
iibersetzet. Frankfurt, 1668. 2 vol in 1. 45 plates. 
12mo. — Very rare. 7. — 

German translation of the preceding, containing 
only vol. I. of the original, but with the Caraib 
vocabulary. The 1st vol. has 430 pp. and index; 
the 2d 514 pp., and 33 pp. for the Caraib Voca- 

2791 Relation de I'Jsle de Tabago, on de la 

Nouvelle Oualcre, I'ane des isles Antilles de I'Ame- 
rique. Paris, L. Billaine, 1666. calf. sm. 8vo. — 
Bare. 6.— 

2792 Rochefoucault Liancourt (Duke de la) 
Travels through the United States of North- 
America, the Country of the Iroquois, and Upper 
Canada, In 1795—1797. Lond. 1799. 2 vols, maps, 
calf gill. 4to. Neat copt/. 6. — 

2793 Rochon, Ileis door Madagascar en de Oost- 
(,-Indien. Uit het Fransch. Dordr., 1793. bds. 8vo. 

..V < ^-^^ 

''. {Voyage through Madagascar and the East- 
Indies.) '■'.■■■-' ' 

2794 Bodgers (John) Commodore of the U. S. 
- Navy; Officer in the war against Tripoli and in 

that of 1812. — L. S. to Jer. Nelson, dat. Navy 
Coram. Office, Dec. 12, 1815. 1 p. 4to. 2.50 

2795 Rodney (Caesar), son of Thomas R., U. S. 
Attorney-General, 1807—11. — A. L. S. to his 
mther, dat. Philad., Oct. 31, 1791. 2pp.4to. 2.— 

■' ■" Very fine letter on great calamities, which befell 
' his family owing to the persecution of some adver- 

2796 „Bodney arrive a Londres." — Rodney 
is hooted by the mob, because of the loss of St. 
Eustatius; after him a figure of Victory bearing 
a standard: ^Vlctoire de St. Eeustache." — French 
caricature, aquatint by Borel. 1781. fol. — Rare. 


2797 Boe. — Journal van de reysen ghedaen door 

Thom. Roe, Ambassadeur van Groot-Brittanje. . . 
naer Oostindien aen den Grooten Mogol ende 
andere ghevvesten (1624— 26.) Uyt het Engels vert. 
Amst., 1656. With engrav. 4to. 5. — 

{Journal of the voyages of Tho%. Roe, Amhass. 

of Gr. Britain to the Great Mogol in East-India 

and other couiiiries, 1624 — 26.) 

2798 Roemer (P) Texas. Mit besond. Rticksicht 
auf deutsche Auswanderung u. d. physis. Verhait- 
nisse des Landes. Bonn, 1849. with topogr.-geo- 
gfiostical map. sd. 8vo. 1-50 

2799 Rogerius (Abr) Offne Thiir zn dem ver- 
borgenen Heydenthum, oder . . . Leben, Sitten, 
und Religion d. Bramines auf d. Cust Chormandel. 
Aus d. Niederland. iibersetzt. Samt Chr. Aniold'a 
auserlese Zugaben von d. Asiat., African, u. Ame- 
ricanischen Religions-Sacheu. Ntirnb. 1663. plates, 
bds. 8vo. 4. — 

Pagg. 944—998 treat on the religions and wor- 
ships in America (Canada, New-Netherland, Vir- 
ginia, Mexico, Yucatan, South-America, Brasil, Peru, 
etc.) with 10 plates of idols and ceremonies. — It 
contains also a German translation of Barthronherry 
(Bhartrahiri)'s Sentences. 

2800 Roggeveen (A.) Voorlooper op 't Octroy van 
de Staten Gen. verleent aen Jrent Roggeveen en 
sijn medestanders, over de Australisse Zee tus- 
schen de Meridaen d. Strate Magelanis en Nova 
Gunea (sic!) Middelb., P. v. Goethem, 1676. 4to. 
JFilh a large nautical map. Very SOarce- 20.— 

(Fore-runner of the Patent, granted by the States- 
Gener. to A. R. and his companions, for the dis- 
coveries in the Australian Sea.) ^m 

2801 The same. Uncut, v?ithout map. With ■ 

2 autograph lines by A. Roggeveen, saying "' 
that this copy was to be a policy for those wil- 
ling to take shares in this Company. This copy _ 
being only intended as policy, the map is omit- ■ 
ted. The authenticity of the writing is above ■' 
all question, having been verified with the ori- 
ginal pieces in the Archives of Middelbnrgh. 
Unique copy. ^O — 

This most important pamphlet contains pp. 8—13 

a description of the newly found lands, with nnme- , 
"3. Tlie Company, proposed by it, had a| 
life, as Roggeveen died already in 1679, and 

ious details 

short , „„ 

so it was dissolved, before the first expedition took 

place. It was reserved to his son Jacob, to realize, 

partly at least, his schemes. 

2802 A. S. Document, 1 p. fol. 8.— 

Annotation about a chart, made after the joum^ 

of a Dutch Navigator. 

2803 Roggeveen (Jacob". Kort en nauwkeurig 
verhaal vau de reize door 3 schepen in 't jaar 
1721 gedaan op ordre van de West-Ind. Comp. 
tot onbekende landen in de Zuid-Zee. Amst., 1727. 
4to. 6.— 

{Short and true narrative of the voyage of 3 ships 
made by order of the West-India Comp- to the 
unknown South-Sea.) 

Fr£di:rik MuLii|^ .4 9°" 




2804 Boggeveen (Jacob) The same. 2d edit. (b. 
1727. 4to. — Reprint of the preceding. 6.— 

2805 Het waare en nauwkeurige Joiirnael der 

Reize, gedaan door 3 schepcn op ordre van de 
West-lnd. Comp. naar de Zuid-Zee. iJde driik. 
Amsterd., 1727. 4to. 6 — 

( 7'he true and exact journal of the voijage, made 
hy 3 vesseis by order of the JT. Ind. Comp. to the 

This is the same account as the precudiiig two 
Nos., but witli considerable changes. These 3 editions 
are the first publications, by an unknown author, 
relating to Jac. lloggcveen's Voyage to the South- 
Sea. The original journal kept by Roggeveen see 
N". 2811. It is curious that the editor of that jour- 
nal, Mr. S. de Wind, had no notice of the above 
3 editions, as he mentions, in the preface to it, the 
following N". 2806 — 10 and also the German account 
with its translations. 

2806 Tweojaarige reyze rondom de wereld, ter 

ontdekkinge der onbekende Zuydlanden in 1721 — 
22, ondernomen door last v. de Nederl. West-lnd. 
Maatsch. Nevens de reyze v. h. O. I. schip Bar- 
neveld in 1719. Dordrecht, 1728. bds.., map and 
flatea. 4to. 4. — 

(^A two years' voyage round the world, for the 
discovery of the unknown South-Lands, in 1721 — 22. 
Undertaken by order of the Dutch tf^. I. Comp. 
With the voyage of the Easl-Ind. ship Barneveld.) 

2807 Same edition, sewed, uncut. 4to. 6. — 

More extensive account than the preceding. — 

Jacob Roggeveen is the son of A. Roggeveen, the 
same, who received alxJwly in 1676 a patent for 
lands in the South-Sea. (§ee N". 2800—2801.) 

2808 The same. 2d edition. Dordrecht, 1758. 

sd. uncut, map and plates. 4to. 3. — 

An exact reprint of the edition of 1728. 

2809 The same. 3d edition. DordieL-ht, 1764. 

bds., map and plates. 4to. 3. — 

2810 — : — The same. 4th edition. Amst., 1774. td. 
uncut, map and plates. 4to. 3. — 

2811 Dagverhaal der ontdekkingsreis in de 

jaren 1721—22. Uitgeg. door het Zeeuw.sch Ge- 
nootschap der Wetenschappon. Middelbnrg, 1838. 
hf. bd. or sd. uncut, ffiih a large map, portr., fae- 
lipt. etc. 8vo. 2. — 

{Journal of the visage of Jac. Roggeveen to the 
South-Sea in 1721—22.) 

This account of the memorable voyage is the most 
authentic and contains valuable details, being the 
original journal of Roggeveen. 

2812 Borsius (J.) Mededeelingen van eenige 

nog onbekende byzonderheden aangaande J^kob 
Roggeveen, inzonderh. met betrekkiug tot zyn 
godsdienstige denkwyze. (Leiden, 1841.) jE'j-^*'. 8vo. 

(Some unpublished notices on Jacob Roggeveen, 
especially regarding his theological opinions.) 
Roggeveen adhered th|e doctrine of Poi^. VAQ.i^at- 

tcio, leaning to thoae of Spiooj^a. ■<y^,tnr. < 

2813 Boggeveea (Jacob) -Facs. of the signaturo 
of J. K., under his testament, June, 8, 1728.8". 1.— 

2814 Bomanus (A) Parvum theatrura urbium sive 
urbium praecipuarum totius orbis descriptio. Fran- 
cot"., ISO.'i. vellum, title wanting. 4to. Jf^ith a la^ge 
number of views of cities, remarkably %;.'ll execuitd. 


The 4th book contains: "De Novo Orbe, sive 

India Occidentali" with the description of Florida, 

New-France, New-Spain, Nova Gali(}i#, Yucaj^p, 

Cuba, Brazil, Peru etc. 

2815 Boorbach (O. A.) Supplement totheBiblio- 
theca Americana : catalogue of American .publica- 
tions. 1852-55. N. York, 1855. cloth. 8vo. 3.— 

2816 Boos (P. F.) Surinaamsche mengelpoezy. Am- 
sterd., 1804. full russia. 4to. 318 pp. R»re. 2.— 

Poems relating to Surinam, eulogies and elegies 
of men of reputation in the colony, etc. Pp.304 — S 
contain an elegy in honour of G. Washington. 

2817 Bosaccio (Gios.), Mon«4o elementare et celeste, 
nel quale si tratta de' nioti et ordine delle sfere, 
della grandezza della terra, dell' Europa, Africa, 
Asia et America. Trevigi, 1604. m^s in woodcfd,. 
vellum. 8vo. 7. — 

Rare. Leaf 178 and following treat on America. 

2818 Boscher (A) Ptolemaeus u. d- Handels- 
strassen in Central -A frika. Beitrag zur Erkliir. d. 
jiltesten ... Wellkarte. Gothji, 1867. 2 »}0/».Svo. 


2819 Boslin (Helis.) Mittemachtige Schiflffarth, von 
dera Herrn Staden inn Niderlanden vor XV Jaren 
vergebenlich fiirgenemmen, . . . dasz man daselbst 
herumb in Orient u. Chinam kommen moge, etc. 
Oppenheiip. 1610. Curious map. sm. 8vo. 40. — 

Very interesting work on the IJiitch voyages to the 
North, having largely contributed to the new Dutch 
Arctic voyage of 1611. The book is of the highest rarity; 
it is often mentioned by contemporaneous writers, 
but has entirely disappeared in our days. — See : 
Muller, Northern Compagnie, N". 2200, and the 
Historical introduction to the reprint of H^sel Ger- 
ritsz' collection on the Arctic Voyages. N". '925. 

2820 Boss CAle;^>) Les religions du monde, ,ou de- 
monstration de toutes les religions et heresies de 
I'Asie, Alrique, Amerique et de I'Europe. Trad, 
p. Th. La Qrue. Amst., 1682. ealf, plates. 3vo. 

Pp. 165 — 195 treat of the American peoples. 

2821 Boss (John) Reizen njxar Yslaud en de Brtf- 
finsbaai ter ontdekking van eene doorvaart ten 
Noord-Westen van Greenland, 'a Gravenh., 1821. 
sd., map and plaies. 8vo. 1.25 

( Voyages lo Iceland and Bafinsbay in search of 
a passage North- fVest of Greenland.) 

Translation of the accouot of the first voyage of 
Ross to the North. 


Second Voyage io senreh of a North- 




WOTt Passage, and Residence in the Arctic Re- 
gions during 1829—1833. Lond., I83b. portr., maps 
and plates, many col. roy. 4to. Large Paper, calf 
ffili. 7.50 

2823 Boss (Job.) The same. Brussels, 1835. Af. 
calf, maps. 8vo. 1.50 

2824 Relation du second voyage fait a la re- 
cherche d'un passage an Nord-Ouest (1829—33.) 
Trad. p. A. J. B. Defanconpret. Paris, 1835. 
ti vols, id., portr.y map and plates. 8vo. 3. — 

2825 Rossi (L.) Six ans en Amerique (Califomie 
et Oregon.) 2rae edition. Paris, 1863. sd., 2 maps. 
8vo. 1,— 

2826 (Bousselot de Surgy), Melanges interessans 
et curieux ou Abrege d'histoire natur., morale, 
civile et polit. de I'Asie, I'Afriqne, I'Ainerique et 
des Terres polaires. 2e edit, revue etc. Yverdon, 
1764—67. 12 vols, calf gilt. 8vo. Fine copy. 10.— 

Contains a. o. : nescription du Spitzberg, Peche 
de la Baleine, Description de I'islc Mayen, du Green- 
land, la Nouv. Zemble, liSpoaie, Tartaric, Chine, le 
Japon, rinde, I'Archipel Indien, la Nonv. Hollande, 
Terre de Nuits, etc. 

2827 MemOires giographiques, physiques et 

histor. sur TAsie, TAfrique et TAmeriquc. Tires 
des Lettres Edifiantes. Paris, 1767. 4 vols. sd. un- 
cut, sni. 8vo. 3.50 

Vol. IV treats exclusively of Anacrica. 

2828 Roux de Roohelle, Etats-Unis d'Amerique. 
Paris, Didot, 1839. map and 96 plates, hf. cloth. 
8vo. 2.50 

2829 Roworoft (C) De Landverhuizers. Tafereelen 
uit de kolonien (i. e. Van Diemensland.) Naar het 
Eng. Sneek, 1852. 2 vols. sd. 8vo. 2.— 

( The Emigrants. Pictures from the colonies in 
Van Diemensland.) 

2830 Roy (J. Jz. de) Hachelyke reystogt na Bor- 
neo en Atchin, in sijn vlugt van Batavia, 1691. 
Leyden, P. v. d. Aa, (1707.) plates, vellum. 8vo. 
Scarce. 3. — 

(Dangerous voyage to Borneo and Jtchin, from 
Batavia, 1691.) 

2831 Voyagie gedaan na Borneo en Atchin in 

1691. Anjst., 1716. vellum, plates and map. ito. 2.50 

{Voyage to Borneo and Atchin in 1691.) 
Reprint of the foregoing edition. 

2832 Riichamer. — Newevnbekanthelandte 
Und ein newe weldte in kurtz verganger zeythe 
erfanden. A la fin: Also hat ein endte dieses 
Biichlein, welches auss wellischer sprach in die 
dewtschen gebrachte vnd gemachte [ist worden, 
durch den wirdige vnd hochgelarthen Herre Job- 
sten Ruchanier de freyen kiinste vnd artzenneien 
Doctore etc, Vnd durch raich Georgen Stiichssen 
zu Niireinbergk, Gedruckte vnd volendte nach 
Christi vnsers lieben herren geburdte, Mcccec 
viij, Jare. Fol. 27.50 

ExcESSiTKLT HAKE. German translation of the 

carions collections of Voyages, compiled by Al. Zorzi' 
It contains the voyages of the Portugnese to Africa 
and India, those of Colnmb and Vespaciiis to Ame- 
rica, etc. 

This copy wants title, f 6, i 3, 4, and k 2 to 
the end; some of the margins cnt off and the last 
leaf damaged. 

2833 Rudbeck (Olai) Atland eller Manheini. Vol. 
IV. Upsalae, 1702. (Stockholm, 1863.) folio. 95.— 

Photographic edition, published with introduction 
by G. E. Klemming, Librarian to the Royal Library 
at Stockholm, the original edition having been de- 
stroyed by the great fire at Upsal, 1702, at the 
exception of five copies only. — Reprinted in a 
small number. 

"Guvrage precieux ... sur les .\ntiqaites du North 
en general et de la Suede en" 

2833* Atland (Anteckingar oni). Stockholm, 

1863. sd. uncut, sm. 8vo. 3.60 

Extract from the preceding work. Printed in 
100 copies. 

2834 Rugendas (Moritz) Malerlsche Reise in Bra- 
silien. Paris, 1835. bds. imp. fol. 36. — 

With 100 fine lithographs, representing Manners, 
Customs, Costumes, etc. on India paper. 

2835 Rundall (Thorn.) Narratives of voyages to- 
wards the North- West in search of a passage to 
Cathay and India, 1496-1631. With selections 
from the early records of the Honourable East 
India Compagny. London, 1859. cloth, maps. 8vo. 

(12.-) 6.- 
Published for the Hakluyt Society. J 

2836 Rush (Benj.) Account of the bilious remit- 1 
ting Yellow Fever, as it appeared in the city of 
Philadelphia, in 1793. 2d edition. Philad. Tk. Dob- 
son, 1794. 363 pp. ids. uncut. 8vo. 6.— 

2837 Part of an A. L. S., 9 lines with Sig- 
nature. 4to. 1.50 

2838 Rush (Richard) U. S. Minister to London, 
Secretary of State under Monroe 1817, Secret, 
of the Treasury under Adams — A. L. S. to 
E. H. Mills, dat. Washington, May 15, 1827. 1 p. 
4to. 2.50 

2839 Russell (W. H.) My diary. North and South. 
Lond. 1863. 2 vols, cloth. 8vo. 6.50 

Diary of the eminent reporter of The Times. 

2S40 Rutgers Female Institute. Act of incor- 
poration and bylaws. 1838. — Address at the 
opening, by Is. E'erris. 1829. — 3d and 4th An- 
nual report of the Board of Trustees. 1844, 42. — 
4 pes. 8vo. 2. — 

2841 Ruyter (M. A. de). — Joumael gehouden 
op 's Landt's schip de Spiegel, van 't gene gepas- 
seert ... is op de vloot van de Staten Gen., soo 
in de Middellantsche Zee, als op de Custen van 
Africa en America onder 't beleydt van Michiel de 
Ruyter, in den Jare 1664 en 1665. Amsterd., 
P. la Burgh, 1665. 4to. 77 and 3 pp. 12.- 




{Journal kept on the thip -de Spiegel" of what 
happened to the fleet under Mich, de Ruyter, in 
the Mediterranean and on the coatts of Africa and 
America in 1664 and 1665.) 

Cout. pp. 30 — '62: Treaty between the West- 1 ndia- 
Compauy and the English African Company. — 
pp. 55- 77 de Rnyter'a West-Indian voyage. 

2S42 Ruyter (M. A. de). — The same. Amsterd., 
Jac. yenckel, 1665. 4to. 84 pp. IFith engrav. and 
printed titles, 5 leaves damaged. 10. — 

Cont. pp. 40— 4iJ: Treaty between the West-India- 
Company and the English African Company. — 
pp. 66— SO de Ruyter's West- Indian voyage. 

2843 Jouruael ofte Divg-register van de Reyse, 

gedaen onder Mich. A. de Kuytcr. Beschreven 
door Jeurian Prins. Amsterd., Sam. Imhrechts, 1666. 
4tO. 104 pp. iFUh plate representing views of St. 
Jago, Cannontyn etc. ^^erij scarce. 14. — 

Journal of the same voyage as the preceding No., 
but held on board of the ship Damialen by Jeurian 
Prins. This account contains much more of the 
official documents, letters, reports etc. relating to 
the expedition. It is dedicated by the publisher to 
Nic. Witsen 'who now happily enjoys his dear 
fatherland, undisturbed by the troublesome Russians 
and the Northern peoples." 

2844 Brief van de Vice-Admiraal de Ruyter 

aan de Staten Gen. (1665.) 4to. 2.— 

{Letter by yice-Admiral de Ruyter to the Slates 

On his expedition to the West-ludies. 

2845 Buyters (D.) Toortse der Zee-vaert om te 
beseylen do eusten geleghen bezuyden den Tro- 
picus Cancri, als Brasylien, West Indien, Guinea, 
Angola, etc. Vlissinghen M. As. v. d. I^olck, 1623. 
vellum. 4to. ^ery scarce. 18. — 

( Torch of navigation for the coasts of Tropicus 
Cancri, as Brazil, the IFest-Indies, Guinea, An- 
gola, etc.) 

Of the highest rarity. — Wants one leaf of the 
preface, pp. 271-280. 297—308, 411—12, and 
the last of the index. 

•2846 Ryan (W. E), Avonturen gedur. een twee- 

jarig verbiyf in Californien en zjjne niijnen. Naar 

h. Eng. Haarlem, 1850. 2 vols. sd. 8vo. 1.25 

{Adventures during two years in California and 

its mines. From the Engl.) 

2847 Ryn-Acker, Reyse naer Africa, Tunis, Al* 
giers, etc., gedaen tot lossinghe van de Christene 
slaven, in 1625. Haerlem, 1650. hf. vellum. 4to. 
With engravings. 6» — 

{Voyage to Africa, Tunis, Algiers, etc. for the 
redemption of Christian slaves. 

2848 Saabye (H. Egede) Greenland, being extracts 
from a journal kept in 1770—78. With an account 
of the manners of the Greenlanders, etc. by 
G. Fries. Transl. from the German. London, 
1818. 6ds., map. 8vo. 2.— 


The author was the grandson of the celebrated 
Hans Egede. (See NO. 1011-16). 

2849 Saabye (H. Egede) Fragmenten uit een 
dagboek gehoudcn in Groenland, 1770 — 78. Gronin- 
gen, 1818. sd. map. 8vo. 1. — 

The preceding work in Dutch. 

2850 Saar. — Verhaal van drie voorname reizen 
naar Oost- Indien, te weten van Joh. Jac. Saar, 
Volkert Evertsz. en Albr. Herport. Uit het Hoog- 
duitsch vert, door J. H. Glazemaker. Amsterd., 
1671. 3 parts in 1. fTith plates. 4to. 3.— 

{Account of three remarkable voyages to the East- 
Indies, by J. J. Saar, Folkert Evertsz and 
A. Herport.) 

This collection of voyages made by 3 Germans, 
viz Saar (from Nuinberg), V. Evertsz (from Husum 
in Holstein) and A. Herport (from Bern), occurs 
rarely complete, but the 2 last, having separate 
titles, are often found separately. 

2851 Sabin (B.), Collection geographique de la 
Bibliotheque Royale. Paris. 1840. With an Appen- 
dix. Svo. 1.25 

Appended an autogr. of signed letter Jomard. 

2852 Sabin (Jos.) Dictionary of Books relating to 
America. New- York, 1867—74. Part. 1—38. (A— (Ge- 
neral.) sd. roy. 8vo. 127. — 

Highly creditable and very useful work by an 
eminent practical bookseller, who presented his conn- 
try with this precious fruit of his long and useful 

The present parts coutain no less than 26879 
titles, nearly all with exact collations and a host of 
bibliographical and other notices. 

2853 Sabbath. — Account of memorials presented 
to Congress, respecting Sabbath Mails, etc. Bos- 
ton, 1829. 8vo. — 60 

2854 Saorobusco, Joh. de, Opusculum sphericom 
cum Dotabili comment, a . . . Wenceslao Fabri de 
Budweysz medicine Doctore edito, cumq. figuris 
textum declarantibus ntilissimis. — No place or 
date, (Lipsiae, Mart. Landsberg, about 1495). 58 ««♦ 
numb, leaves, title in woodcut border, tooodculs. 4to 


2855 Spbaera. Lovauii, J. Waen. 1547. Wood- 

cuts, MS. notes in contemporaneous handwriting. — 
Ejusd. Libellus de anni ratione. Antverpiae, 
M, Autius, without date, (1547?) Woodcuts. — 
1 vol. sm. Svo. 4. — 

2856 Sphaera. Antverpiae, J. Richardus. 1551. 

Woodcuts, MS. notes in old handwriting. — E^usd., 
Libellus de anni ratione. Ibid. 1551. — Apollonii 
Rhodii Argonauticon (Graece). Paris. 1541. — 
Epicteti Enchiridion. (Graece). Lovanii. li. Gra- 
viui. 1550. — 1 vol. calf. sm. 8vo. 6.— 

2867 Sphaera emendata, Eliae Vineti Santonis 

scholia in eand. Sphaeram. Adjunx. coropendiom 
in Sphaeram per Pieriuai Valerianura et P. Nonii 
de inaequali climatum latitudine. Paris, B. de Mar' 
nef ^ 0. Cavellat. 1572. Woodcuts, MS. f/otet in 

ffk(i-&Mtf^o -^ s!A.fe'. 

oia' /idiid^iiin^. -^- A. Picarf, Qnaestiones novae 
in libellum de Sphdera J. de Sacrobosco. Paris, 
G. Caveliai. Ib6(9). JFoodcuis, and 2 folding tables. — 
1 vol. calf. sin. 8vo. 10. — 

2858 Sacrobusco, Joh. de, Sphaera, in usnm 
Scholarum recensita, opera F. Burgersdicii. Lugd. 
Bat. B. ^ A. Elzevir. 1626. Figures, sin. 8ro. 2.50 

2859 Sanie woric, other edition. Lugd. Bat., 

B. Sc J. Elzevir. 1647. Figures, revolvable diagrams, 
vtllnm, s\n. 8vo. 3; — 

2866 Sadeur. — [Foigny (Gabr. de)] Les avan- 
tures de Jacques Sadeur dans !a decouverte et le 
voiage de la Terre Australe, contehant los cou- 
tuines et les moeurs des Australiens, leur religion, 
etc. Paris, Claude Barbin, 1692. calf. sm. 8vo. 3.— 

Pp. 216—231 treat of the Australian languages. 

2861 The same. Amsterd. 1722. calf. sm. 8vo. 

See for the Dutch translation: Vairasse. 

2862 Sagard Theodat (G.), Le grand Voyage du 
pays des Hurons. . . . Avec un Dictionaire de la 
langoe Huronne. Paris, 1632. vellum. 8vo. 25. — 

Vert rare. — The title stained by ink, the 
text by water, and having a few wormholes. The 
engraved title wanting; also the last' leaves of the 
Dictionary: it ends at "Rencontrer." 

2863 Sahuaraura (J.), Inca, Recuerdos de la 
monarquia Peruana o bosquejo de la historia de 
Ids Incas. Con 16 retratos de la dinastia impe- 
rial de Manco Ccapac. Paris. 1850. 16 portraits, 
with that of the author and his arms, hf. morrocco. 
royal. 8vo. 7.50 

2884 (Saintard) Roman politique sur I'etat pre- 
B6nt des affaires de rAmerique. Paris, Duchesne, 
1756. vellum, sm. 8vo. 6. — 

Scarce and interesting. 

28B5 The same.' Amsterd. 1756. calf. sm. 8vo. 

T'v!i. / ! ^-^^ 

Sf4(S6"(%'^ifflte-Croix, de) De I'etat et du sort des 
colonies des anciens peuples. Avec des obser- 
vations sur les colonies des nations modernes et 
la conduite des Anglois en Amt^rique. Philadelphie. 
(Paris), 1779. sd. uncut. 8vo. 2.— 

2867 Saint-Hilaire (A. de), Voyage dans I'int^- 
rieur du Bresil. Bruxelles. 1860. 2 vols. sm. 8vo. 


2868 Piantes u-snelles d. Bresiliens. Paris, 

1824. I. Jv. b pi. 4to. —.75 

2869 Saint- Venant (Barre), Des colonies mo- 
dernes sous la zone torride et particuliere de 
St. Domingue. Paris, 1802. hf. bd. 8vo. 2.— 

2870 Salvado (R.) Memoires historiques sur TAu- 
stralie. Trad, de I'ltalien p. I'abb^ Falcimagne, 
avec d. notes et une histoire de la decouverte de 
Tor. Paris, 1854. map. hf. calf. 8vo. 1.75 

2871 St. Salvador in Brazil, captured by the 
Dutch, 1624. ~ Old Dutch engravinfe by a. Padt- 

brugge. snir 4ife. 2.50 

2872 St. Salvador Same siibject, different repre- 
sentation. Dutch engrav. of the 18th cent. sm. 
4to. 1.— 

2873 Same subjeet, same ropresentation, mo- 
dern engrav. by Reckleben. (1864.) sq. 4to. 1.50 

2874 Salzburg emigrants to America. 1782. — 
27 Plates of their sufferings and of theit mat^h 
from Austria to Pnissia. 8vo. 3. — 

2875 ■ Same history. 16 representations 6n'4 very 

broad sheets, sq. 8vo. 1.50 

2876 Sanderson. — Gedenkwaerdige Voyagien 
van Joh. Sanderson, Hendr^ Timberly en Joh. 
Smith, door Europa, Asia en America. Amst., 
1678. With 3 plates. 4to. 3.— 

{Memorable voyages of John Sanderson, H. Tim- 
berly and J. Smith ihrdugh Europe, Africa and 

2877 The same, entirely uncut, rare in this 

state. 4. — 

2878 Sandoval (Prud. de) Historia de la vida y 
hechos del Emperador Carlos V. Pamplona, 
B. Paris, 1618. Vol. I. hf. vellum, fol. 10.— 

This vol. comprises the years 1500—1528. — 
It contains the conquest of Mexico by Cortes, the 
discovery of Peru, etc. — A complete copy (2 volsl) 
priced by Salva 75 fr. 

2879 Santarem, de, Examen des assertions cont. 
dans un opuscule intitule : Sur la public, des Mo- 
numents de la Geographic, (by Jomard.) (Paris. 
1847). 8vo. 1.— 

2880 Sante (G. van) Alphabet. N"aamlijst van alle 
de (iroenlandsche en Straat-Davissche Comman- 
deurs, die zedert 1700 op Greenland, en zedert 
1719 op de Straat- Davids voor Holland ... heb- 
ben getaai-en . . . hoeveel visschen, vaten spek 
en traan yder . . . heeft aangebragt. Haarlem, 1770. 
engrav. froniisp. hf. bd. 4t0. 6.50 

{Alphabetical List of all the Commandeurs, who 
sailed since nOO to Greenland, and since 1719 to 
the Strait of Davis, for Holland, .... how many 
fishes, blubber and train-oil each has produced, etc.) 

With continuation in Manuscript till 1798. 

2881 The same work, with continuation in JIf a- 

nuseript till 1802. calf. 4to. 7.50 

2882 Sartorius v. Waltershausen (W.) Phy- 
sisch-geograph. Skizze von Island, mit besond. 
itilcksicht auf Vulkan. Erscheinungen. Gotf. 1847. 
8vo. —.90 

2883 Sas (Jan v. Gouda) Hlstor. verhael v. de 
Voyagie d. Holland, naer O.-indien, in 1599, onder 
St. V. d. Hagen. — Voyagie v. 2 Atchinvaerders 
in 1601. - Extract uit h. Journ. v. J. Heems- 
kerks Voyagie in 1601. (Amst, 1646.) bds., sq. 
4to. 2.— 

{Histor. account oj the DittcK ^voyage to East- 
India in 1599.— Voyage of 2 ships, bouhd for 




Atehin, in 1801. — Extract from the journal of 
J. Heemtkerk's voyage.) 

No separate title; forms part of the collection : 
Begin en Voortganyh. (Js'". 272—74). 
2884 Sauer (M.) Account of a geo^-aphical and 
astronoiu. expedition to the Northern part of 
Russia, by Conimod. J. Billings, 1785—94. Lond. 
1802. A/j ''"^A »«'^/" '^"'^ platei. 4to. 3.50 

Contains vocabularies of the Yokagir, Yakat, Tun- 
goose a. 0. languages. 
2888 [Saugrain (CI. M.)], Dictionnaire universal 
de la France anc. et moderne, et de la Nouvelle 
France. Paris, 1726. 3 vol. hf. ealf, uncut. 
fol. 7.50 

Pagg. 1182—1354 treat of: Nouvelle France, 
isles et antres colonies Fran9oise8. 

2886 Saurel, A. A. J., Le graduateur. Methode 
pour trouver I'echelle metriqne d'une carte. La 
Haye. 1855. do/A. With plates. 8vo. -.75 

2887 Schaff (Ph.) Amerika. Die polit., socialen u. 
kirchlich-religiosen ZustJinde der Verein. Staaten. 
2e verm. Aufl. Berlin, 1858. hf. ealf. 8vo, 2.— 

2888 De staatkund., inaatschapp. en kerkeljjk- 

godsdienst, toostaud der Vereen. Staten. Rotterd., 
1855. id. 8vo, 1.— 

Dutch translation of the preceding work. 

2889 SohafTer, V , Brazilie als onafhankeiyk rijk 
beschouwd. Amst. 1825. 2 vols. 8vo. (6.60) 2.— 

{Brazil considered as independent empire. Transl. 
from the German.) 

2890 Scl^agen (J. van) Nieuwe projecten ... ten 
considefablen voordeele van de West-lnd. Com- 
pagnie . . . (Amsterd. 1749.) 16 leaves, fol. 1. — 

(New projects for the considerable advantage of 
the West-lnd. Comp.) 

On the administration and commerce of Curasao 
and Bonaire, exposed 1740 — 49. — The author 
was Counselier-Fiscal at Cnracao, then at Amsterdam. 

2891 Schasz (J. A.) Het Engelache en Americaan- 
sche Kaart-Spel, vertoont in 3 bedryven. 3de druk. 
Utrecht, 1778. 8vo. 2.- 

{The English- American play at cards. Repre- 
sented in 3 acts, 'id ed.) 

2892 De verdrukte Wildeman, zjjnde een ver- 

volg op het Eng. Anier. Kaartspel. Utrecht, 1778. 
8vo. 2.— 

{The oppressed wild man, being a continuation 
to the Engl.- American play at cards.) 

2893 De Misrckening, zijnde een tweede ver- 

volg op het Eng. en Anieric. kaart-spel. 2de druk. 
Utrecht, 1778. 8vo. 2.— 

( The wrong move, being a second continuation to 
the English -American play at cards.) 

2894 Het verdrag, zyndo het derde vervolg op 

het Eng.-Americ. kaartspel. Utrecht, 1778. 8vo. 


(The treaty, being the third continuation to the 
Engl.-Amer. play at cards.) 


2895 Schasz (J. A.) De geplaagde Hollander of 
de lastige nabuur, vertoond in 5 bedryven. 
Utrecht, 1779. 8vo. 2.50 

{The harrassed Dutchman, or the importunate 
neighbour. Represented in 5 acts.) 

A continuation to the author's playg on the En- 
glish-American war. — Schasz is a pseadoname for 
P. t'Hoen. 

2896 Schauplatz der Welt, oder Beschreibung 
der flimemsten Lander, Nationen, St^dten and 
FlUssen durch 52 Figuren in einem Garten- Spiel 
vorgestellet. — Title and 52 plates on 18 broad 
sq. 4to leaves, each having 3 plates, the last only 2. 
— Printed in Germany, probably at Augsburg, 
about 1730. 25.— 

{Theatre of the World, or description of the 
principal countries, nations, cities and rivers repre- 
sented *» 52 playing-cards.) 

In this very curious set Europe is represented by 
13 spades, Africa by 13 bells (a former card-sign). 
Asia by 13 hearts and America by 13 acorns (also 
a former antique pip [spot]), divided in this order: 

King, a female represen- 
ting America. 
Queen, Peru. 
Knave, Mexico. 
Ace, Casteila Aurea. 
Deuce, Popajan. 
Trey, Brasilia. 

Four, Chili. 
Five, Quivira. 
Six, Guajana. 
Seven, Yucataa. 
Eight, Florida. 
Nine, Virginia. 
Ten, Nova Fraoeia. 

In original condition, of the highest rarity. 

2897 Schefifer (J. G. de Hoop) Vriendschapsbe- 
trekkingen tusschen de Doopsgezinden hier te 
lande en die in Pennsylvanie. (Amsterd., 1869.) 
Extr. 8vo. 1.50 

{Historical account of the friendly relations 
between the Dutch and the Fennsylvanian Baptists.) 

Entirely founded on authentic documents taken 
from the Archives of the Mennonite Church at 

2898 Soheliha (von) Treatise on Coast-defence, 
based on the experience gained by Officers of the 
Army of the Confederate States, and compiled 
from official reports of Officers of the U. S. Navy, 
1861-65. Lond. 1868. cloth, 12 large plates {the 
first wanting.) large 8vo. (19.50) 4.50 

2899 Schallinger (W.) 't Volraaeckte en toe-ge- 
ruste Schip, bestaende in fraye gedichten, en aer- 
dige liedekens ... voor alle lief hebbers der groote 
Zeevaert. Amsterd., M. de Groot, 1680. in parch- 
ment, sra. 8vo. 123 pp. 10. — 

{The complete and equiped Ship, consisting in 
fine poems and pretty songs . . . for all who love 

Vert bark popular book of Songs for the Sea- 
men, among which on the voyage to 'Terreneuf" 
and Greenland for whalefishing. — Good copy of 
one of the rarest chapbooks, in original cover 
Slightly stained and wanting a part of the last 
pag. (blank.) 

2900 Sohenk, F., Afbeeldinge van een hondert der 




vooruaamste en aterkste steeden in Europa. Am- 
sterdam, Jan Roman, 1752. half bound. Uncut, sq. 
]../Qlio. 18.— 

'■■■' 100 engraved views, 10 of which represent j^me- 
rican Cities, viz : Acapuleo, Nieuw Amsterdam , Fer- 
nambuco, Francis dn Campescie, Havana, Karfa- 
g-ina, Nombre de Bios, Fanama, Porto Rico, St. 

With printed table and index. 

2901 Schiel (J.) Eeise dutch d. Felsengebirge u. d. 
Himiboldtgcbirge nach d. stillen Ocean. Schaflh. 
1859. 8vo. —.90 

2902 ScMllemans, G. J., De balsamo Peruviano 
nigro. L. B. 1845. 8vo. —.50 

290a Schlatter (M.) Getrouw verhaal van den 
waren toestand der meest herderlooze gemeentens 
in Pennsylvanien en aangrensende provintien, 
voorgestelt en opgedragen met nederig versoek 
otn hulpe en bystand, aan de . • . Synodens van 
Nedcrland, enz. Met eene aanpryzende voorrede 
van de Gecommitteerde der Classis van Amster- 
dam. Amst., J. Loveringh, 1751. bds. uncut. 4to. 
— Extremely scarce. 50. — 

{Genuine account of the true situation of the 
mnsl shepherdless congregations in Pennsylvania and 
adjacent provinces, laid before the Synods of Ne- 
therland... with an humble supplication for help. 
Also a recommandatory preface by the Commis- 
sioners of the Classis of Amsterdam.) 

The author, at first Minister at St. Gallen in 
Switserland, came to Amsterdam in 1736, and was 
sent by the Synod of Holland to Pennsylvania, in 
order to visit the different congregations throughont 
the land. — The volume contains at first an extract 
from the journal of his voyages in New-England, 
New-Netherland, New-Jersey, Pennsylvania, Mary- 
land and Virginia, 17*6 — 51; then an account of 
the state of Pennsylvania and of the numerous Re- 
formed Congregations there and in the adjacent pro- 
vinces, which he found mostly without ministers. 
These relations are of the highest interest as they 
give details of the country, its people, the number 
of stone- and other houses in the principal towns, 
and especially of all relating to the Reformed Con- 
gregations, the names of their ministers etc. 

The preface contains likewise valuable particulars 
of the history of the Reformed Church in New- 

2904 Schmeller, J. A., Ueber einige alterehand- 
Bcliriltliche Seekarten. (Miinchen. 1844.) 4to. Extr. 

Contains an interesting letter of J. Seb. Dolcanon 
(Elcsno), the companion of Magellan, treating on their 
voyage round the World. 

2905 Sehmidel (H.) Vera historia, admirandae 
cuiusdam navigationis, quam . . . Anno 1534 — 1554 
in American!, . . . iuxta Brasiliam et Rio della 
Plata eonfecit . . . Ab ipso Germauice descripta : 
nunc vero, emend, et correctia ... in hac forma 
redacta. Noribergae, imp. Lee. Eultii^ 1599. Com- 

plete with map and 16 other plates. 4to. Fine^ clean 

copy, but the plates rather short. 60. — 

Very kake to be found complete with all the 

plates. — It is the first edition of Schmidel's 

Voyage, issued by Hulsius, translated from the Ger- ■ 

man original of Frankfort 1567. fl| 

2906 Schmidt (K. C. G.) Zegenpraal des Chris- 
tendoms. Geschied. van de iuvoering en uitbrei- 
ding d. Evang. door de zendingen. Uit h. Hoogd. 
Utrecht, 1846. sd. 8vo. 1.40 

{Victory of Christianity. History of the intro- 
duction and propagation of the Gospel hy the 31is' 
sions. From the German.) 

2907 Schmidt-Phiseldek (C P. von) Europe 
and America or the relative state of the civilized 
world at a future period. Transl. from the Ger- 
man by J. Ovren. Copenhagen, 1820. sd. 8vo. 2.50 

2908 The same. French translation. Ibid. 1820. 

sd. 8vo. 1.50 

2909 Schoelcher (V) Colonies etrangereset Haiti; 
resultats de lemancipation Anglaise. Paris, 1843. 

2 vols. sd. map of Haiti. 8vo. 2. — fl 

2910 Scholtens (God.) Die nieuwe bereisde we- fl! 
reld, ofte beschrijvinghe van alle landen, etc. 

'a Gravcnh., J. Tongerloo, 1662. hf. vellum, plates. 
4to. Fine copy, 6. — 

( The world newly run over, or description of all 
lands, etc.) 

Pp. 65 — 69 cont. a description of the Spanish 
West-Indies, with a plate representing the Indians ^_ 
in their divers occupations etc. ^H 

2911 Scholtz (K. A.) Die Verein. Staaten von " 
Nord-Auierika, in wissenschaftl., staatsrechtl. u. 
oconom. Beziehung. 2e Aufl. Baltimore, 1859. 
sd. 8vo. 1.— 

2912 Sohopf (J. D.) Beytrage z. mineralog. Kennt- 
nisz d. ostl. Theils von Nord-Amerika u. seiner 
Gebiirge. Erlang. 1787. sd. 8vo. 1. — 

2913 Schotel (G. D. J.) Anna Maria van Schur- 
man. 's Hertogenbosch, 1853. sd. portr. andfacsim. 
8vo. (4.—) 2.— 

Biography of A. M. h. Schurman, one of the 
most zealous and able adherents of Labadie. ^H 

2914 Schott (Andr.) Hispaniaillustrata, seurerums 
urbiumque Hispaniae, Lusitaniae, Aethiopiae et 
Indiae Scriptores varii in unum collect!. Francof., 
Marnius, 1603—8. 4 vols, vellum, fol. 24. — 

Fine copy, with the Supplement to Mariana 
(bound up with the 2d vol.) the 3 maps wanting. — 
"Cette collection est fort importante, et Ton s'en 
"procure difiicilement des exempl. coraplets." Brunei. 

The 2d volume contains the celebrated letter of 
Columbus »Be Insulis nuper inventis.^'' — Deplo- 
ratio Lappianae gentis. — Lappiae Descriptio. — 
Notices on Brazil etc. — Dam. a Goes, IJe Aethio- 
pis, with references to the "Prestre John^'' etc. 

2915 Schouten (Jobst) Sanfiirdig beskriffning cm 
Konungarijket Siam, uthi bollandska spraket ahr 

Fbbdebik Mullsb dc C, 




1636 fSrfattat. Wysingsborg, J. Kankel, 1675. 4to. 
bds. 20.— 

Swedish edition of J. Schoiiton's celebrated trea- 
tise on Siam, of the highest rarity. Mr. Tiele men- 
tions it not in his: Memoire bibliographique. — The 
copy is somewhat stained and has some wormholes 
in the margins. 

Is one of the appendices to the rare Collection of 
Voyages, printed at IVijsingsborg, see n". 2706. 

2916 Schouten (Wl. Corn.) Joumnl ofte Bcschry- 
vinghe v. de wonderlicke reyse in 1G15, 6, 7, hoe 
liy bezuyden de Strate v. Maggellanes een nieuwe 
Passagie tot in de groote Zuydzee ontdekt, en 
voort den ghcheelen Aerdkloot omgheseylt heeft, 
etc. Anist., Jan Jans:. (Bleau) 1G18. maps and 
plates, bds. 4to. (Tiele N". 4.'i). 35- 

(Journal or description of the marvellous voyage 
made in IfilS — 16, how he discovered in the South 
of the Strait of Magellanes a new passage to the 
great South-Sea, aytd how he further circumnavi- 
gated the whole globe.) 

Extremely rare edition. Reprint of the second of 
1618. Mr. Tiele quotes only the copy in the col- 
lection of Mr. Lenox. — Fine large copy, with 
8 maps and plates. 

Schonten"s voyage is the same which is narrated 
by J. le Maire in his Ephemeris (see N'. 1840) 
and inserted in the Dutch, Latin and French editions 
of Herrera, Novus Orbis (N". 1415 — 18), — bat 
all the honour due to the skilful and learned young 
le Maire, is turned in Schouten's Journal to his ow^n 
profit ; in this and many other circumstances the two 
accounts of this voyage differ considerably. 

2917 Journal ou description du raerveillenx 

voyage es ann. 1615 a 17 comnie (en cireum-navi- 
geant le Globe terrestre) il a descouvert vers le 
Zud du destroit de Magellan un nouv. passage 
jusq. a la grande mer de Zud. Ensemble, des 
avantnres admir., etc. Amsterd., Herman Janson, 
1619. 4to. Very rare. — Fine and complete copy in 
vellum, orig. binding. (Tiele N". 42.) .SO.-- 

This is already the 10th edition, printed in Am- 
sterdam in the course of 18 months, of this remar- 
kable voyage, which was published in 35 different 
editions in Holland during the 17th century. After- 
wards it became a popular work, and many editions 
appeared during the last century as chap-books. 

This edition is a faithful translation of the origi- 
nal Dutch text. 

2918 Novi freti a parte meridion. freti Magel- 
lan, in magnnm mare au.str. detectio, facta labo- 
rios. et periculos. itinere a G. Com. Schouten, 
a. 1616 — 17, totum orbem terrarmn circuranavi- 
gante. Amst., Guil. Janssonius, 1619. hf. vellum. 
4tO. Very fine and unusually large cojyy, all the 
plates with broad margins. (Tiele N". 43.) 36. — 

Very rare first Latin edition, probably due to the 
Amsterdam physician, Nic. v. Wassenaer, author of 
the very interesting: Historisch verhael. The Latin 
translation, given by de Bry, Grands Voy. XII, is 


by far not so good as this version; of tlie 8 plates 
of de Bry, 2 are due to their imagination. 

2919 Schouten (Wl. Corn.) The same: other 
Latin translation. Amsterd., F. Kaerius, HMd.calf. 
4to. Old English binding, with the name of Ed- 
ward Gwynn on the cover. Very rare. Fine copy. 
(Tiele N". 44.) 30.— 

Edition entirely differing in version and printing 
from the foregoing. — Map 1 (of the world) and 
pi. g and h (page 52 and 60) are taken from otiier 
editions; these 2 pi. are re-emmarged. The maps 
and plates have no Latin description on the verso. 

2920 The same, in Dutch : Jouniael, etc. 

Amst., Jan Janssen, 1G44. ///. vellum. 4to. Fine 
copy, but only with the maps c and i (Magell. 
and N. Guinea) the other plates replaced by 
6 other minor figures. (Tiele N". 48.) 12. — 

The text is reprinted from the original, but the 
dedications and prefaces are omitted, and nlterations 
made in the style. 

2921 The same, in Dutch. — Hoorn, by Is. 

inilemsz. voor J. J. Deittel, 1648, 4to. (Tiele 
NO. 52.) 18.— 

Very remarkable edition, with many valuable ad- 
ditions from an unpublished journal, held by the 
captain of the other ship, and 2 short vocabularies. 
(See further Tiele p. 50). — Of this edition, printed 
by Is. Willemsz , 3 variations exist in the title, 
each with a different name of publisher; one for 
Marten Gerbrandtsz^ not mentioned by Mr. Tiele, 
one for M. J. Appel (see following N". 2922) and 
this edition. — In text and platw they agree all. 

This copy is very tall: the 9 plates qnite com- 
plete and fine. 

2922 The same, in Dutch : Hoorn, ly Is. Wil- 
lemsz. voor M. J. Appel, 1648. boards. 4to. (Tiele 
N'. 51.) 9.— 

Same edition as the preceding with different name 
of publisher. The copy is rather short, and wants 
the last map; the 2 last plates (Hoomse eyland 
and map of New-Guinea) are defective. — Rare. 

2923 The same, in Dutch. Joumael, etc. Am- 
sterd., J. Hartgers, 1648. 4to. (Tiele X". 50.) 4.50 

Edition with separate title, but forming page 
67 to 117 of the vovage of Spilbergen in 1614 to 
18 (see NO. 3031). The text agrees with the edition 
of Amst. 1644. N". 2920. Theplate to the voyage of 
Spilbergen is divided in 6 divis., the 3 last refer 
to Schouten's voyage. 

2924 The same, in Dutch. — Amst, Wed. v. 

Gysb. de Groot (1740?) 4to. 5.— 

Popular edition, with coarse woodcuts, not men- 
tioned by Mr. Tiele. 

2925 The same, in Dutch. Amst., J. Kannewet, 

1766. 4to. In orig. paper wrapper as published. 

(Tiele N<». 63.) 5.— 

Popular edition on coarse paper with 6 much 

used engrav. on wood. Reprint of the edition of 

1648 with some restrictions, but with the vocabnlaries. 



2926 Sohouten (W.) Oost-Indische Voyagie, mits- 
gaders een cnrieuse beschrijvmg der voornaeraste 
landen etc. Amst., J. Meurs, 1676. calf gilt, porfr., 
maps and many plates. 4to. Large paper. — Fine 
copy. 5. — 

{East-Indian voyage, with a curious description 
of the principal countries etc.') 

Original edition of Schouten's celebrated voyage. 
This voyage, made from 1658 to 1665 is often con- 
founded, especially by foreigners, with the foregoing 
of his namesake W. C. Schouten, made in 1615 etc. 

2927 The same. Amst., 1740. hf. calf, maps 

and pi. 4to. 2.50 

2928 The same. Amst., 1745, h/. mlf, maps 

and plates. 4to. 2.50 

2929 Voyage aux Indes Orientales. Trad, du 

Holland. Amst., £. Roger. 1707. 2 vols, in 1. calf, 
plates. 8vo. 3. — 

2930 The same. Roxxen, J. B. Machuel, 1725. 

2 vols, calf plates. 8vo. 3. — 

2931 The same. Exactly the same edition, but 

with the address of P. Caillou, 1725. 2 vols, sd., 
entirely uncut, plates. 8vo. 2.75 

2932 Schouw-toorieel van vrederwaardigheden of 
verzameling van rarapspoedige en ongelukkige 
reistochten. Amsterd. B. Mourik (1780.) 5 parts 
iu 1 vol. many plates, sd. uncut. 4to. 4.50 

{Theatre of adversity., or collection of unluciy 

Contains: Journal of the unlucky voyage of the 
E. Ind. ship Blydorp, in 1733; — of the man of 
war: Het Hays in H Bosch, Capt. Steenis, iu 1751. 
5th ed.; — of the French ship Le Prince, and the 
Dutch ship Rustenwerk, in 1752; — Various voya- 
ges 1754—1778. — This collective edition of rela- 
tions, published separately, is very rare. 

2933 Schultz (W.) Raumliche Verhaltnisse der 
Siidprovinzen von Brasilien. Leipz. 1862. (Extr.) 
8vo. —.50 

2934 Schurman (Anna Maria a) very learned 
virgin, zealous adherent of Labadie, female author 
in Latin, Greek, Hebrevr cet, — A. L. S. in 
Latin, to Dr. Bern. Swalne, dat, Wiewert, Sept. 
18, 1675. 8 full pp. 4to. 12.— 

A letter of the greatest interest for the know- 
ledge of the Labadist doctrine. — Having been ill, 
she has received some medicaments from Swalue and 
now returns some animae medicinam to him, viz. 
quite a sermon on salvation and the way to acquire 
it, on divine grace and its effects, cet. — Swalue 
had expressed some doubts on his vocation »ad relin- 
quendum munus medicum, familiam, possessam do- 
mum, liderosgue." Schurman tries to solve these doubts 
and concludes he might unusquam aequhis, nitius, 
aut plenius exercere Artem Medicam, quam inter 
illos qui j'ugum ilbcd mundanum . . . legitime reje- 
cerunt" (viz. amongst the Labadists), cet. 

2935 Pael-ateen van den tijt onses levens, dat 

is, Wt-spraeck over het gheschil of de palen van 


't leven vaststaen, ofte by ona verzet kunnen wor- 

den. Uit het Latyn vertaalt, Amsterd., Joost 

Broersz., 1647. sm. 8vo. Rare. 2.50 

( The mile-stone of our life, that is, decision of 

the question if the limits of life are immoveable 

or may be changed by ui. Transl. from the Latin.) 

2936 Schurman (Anna Maria a) Opuscula He- 
braea, Graeca, Lat., Gallica. Ed. 2a auct. Lugd. 
Bat., Elzevier, 1650. vellum, portr. 8vo. 2.50 

2937 The same. Kecena., aniraadvers. instr. 

T. Chr. Doroth. Loeberia. Lips. 1749. portr. hf. 
calf. 8vo, 2. — 

Confer N". 2913. Biography of A M. ^ S, 

2938 Eux>>?pta sen melioris partis electio. Al- 

tonae, 1673. — P. Yeon, Essentia religionis chris- 
tianae patefacta. Ibid. 1673. — 1 vol. vellum. 
8vo. 5.50 

The first work is an interesting autobiography. 

2939 Schuyler (Philip) the famous M^yor-General 
in the Kevol, War. — A. L. S. to General 
H. Glen, dat. Albany, Nov. 13, 1781, 1 p. 4to. 


Fine specimen. — »l have repeatedly expressed 

to Congress the necessity of furnishing the board of 

Commissioners with money to pay the creditors" 

. . . cet. 

2940 Scoresby (W.) Account of the Arctic regi- 
ons. With a history and description of the Nor- 
thern Whale-fishery. Edinb., 1820. 2 vols, bds., 
maps and plates, roy. 8vo. 17,50 ^M 

Very interesting and rare work. ^M 

2941 [Scribanus (C.)] Den vemieuden Nederl. 
Waersegger . . . midtsgad. de macht van de Spaen- 
sche, West-Ind. en Nederl. Provincien. Als oock 
den heelen Africaenschen handel. Amsterd. J. Ve- 
seler (1620.) calf. 8vo, 6,— 

( The renewed Netherland foreteller, , , , the forces 
of the Spanish, West-Ind. and Butch Provinces, and 
the African commerce.) ^| 

Rare pamphlet to induce the United Froviace8^^| 
to finish the war with Spain, by an exposition of 
the Spanish forces. 146 pp.; followed by: "Den 
Ghereformeerden Hollandschen Apocalypsis." pp. 
97 — 144. — Published with view on the approaching 
end of the 12th years Treves. 

2942 „ Section of a- Magnificent and superb Water 
Closet.'" English caricature: George III sitting on 
a water-closet: "Old England..., bound up by 
excrutiating evils," etc. (by America) Publ, by 
W. Humphrey. 1780. Caricature. Ig, 8vo. 2,— 

2943 Sedgwick (Theod.) Speaker of the House 
of Kepres. in Congress, 1788, Judge of the Supr. 
Court of Massachus., 1802. — A. L. S. to Dwight 
Foster, dat. Stockbridge, Jan. 12, 1794. 1 p. 
4to. 2.50 


2944 A. S. Note, dat. Philad. Febr, 11, 1800. 

6 lines, 4to. 1.50 





2946 Sedgwick (Theod.) A. S. Note, dat. Was- 
hington, Dec. 18, 1800. 7 lines. 4to. 1.50 

2946 Selijns (H.) First Dutch Clorfryman at Brook- 
lyn, afterwards in X. York, bom Amsterdam 1636 
died at N. York 1701. One of the first poets of 
N. Y., see Henry C. Murphy: "Anthology ofNfw- 
Netherland.'" — His Dutch poem ot 6 lines on the 
rare plate representing the breaking of the dyke 
constructed by the Bishop of Munster near the 
City of Coevorden. Fine etching by Momeyn de 
Hooghe. sq. fol. 10. — 

2947 Sententzs der Henren Gerichten zu Dordrecht 
iiber Laur. Davids, gewesenen Capitjiyn auffm 
Schiflfe, . . . Anno 1661. von Amsterdam nach 
Havre de Grace und von dannen nach dem Ro- 
then Meere auflf den Kaub voider die Mohren ausz- 
gefahren. Abgefasst u. ausgesprochen . . . Sept. 
1663. 4 pp. 4to. — Slightly stained. 2.50 

Eitremely rare piece. 

2948 [Seriman (Zacc.)] Viages de Env. Wanton 
a las Terras Incognitas Australes y al pais de la 
Monas. Trad, del idioma Ingles al Italiano, y de 
este al Espanol p. J. de Guzman y Maurique. 
Madrid, A. de Sacka, 1781. 4 vols, calf, plates. 
4to. 7.50 

»An ideal work, abounding with character, sen- 
timent and pbilosoph. observations. The author was 
a Venetian, naraed Zaccaria Seriman." Lowndes. 

2949 Seybert (Ad.) Statistical Annals of the Uni- 
ted states of America, founded on offici:U docu- 
ments, 1798—1818. Philad. 1818. calf. 4to. 8.50 

2950 Seyd (E.), California and its resourees. Lond. 
1858. cloth, plates aitd map. 8vo. 1.50 

8961 Seymour (E.) Sketches of Minnesota, the 
New England of the West. New-York. 1850. map, 
cloth. 8vo. 1.50 

2952 Shaw (Ch.) Topographical and historical de- 
scription of Boston, and its environs. Bo.ston, Oli- 
ver Spear, 1817, calf, plates. 8vo. 3. — 

2953 Shier (J.), Second report on thorough-drai- 
nage, with special reference to its application to 
British Guiana. Demerary. 1850. 8vo. 1.— 

2954 Shillibeer (J.) Ontmoetingen op eene reis 
naar het eiland Pitcairn, bevatt. eene sehets v. d. 
tegenw. toestand der Braziiien en van Spaansch 
America. Dordr., 1819. 8vo. 1.25 

{Adventures of a voyage to the island of Fit- 
cairn, cont. a sketch of the present state of Bra- 
zil and Spanish America.) 

2955 Shirley (Will) Colonial Governor ofMassa- 
chas. 1741—56. — S. Orders, with one autogr. 
line, to Col. John Stoddard, dat. Boston, Nov. l3, 
1746. 1 p. fol. 5.50 

Varifius measures to defend the moat exposed pla- 
ces on the Western Frontiers. 

2956 Sidney (Algernon) Discourses. Publ. from 
the original MSS. of the author. New-York, 
Printed for R. Let iy Beare and Andrews, 1805. 


3 vols. hds. uncut, portr. 8to. 3. — 

2957 Sidons (C.) De Vcreen. Staten van Noord- 
Amerika in hunne staatkundige, godsdienst. en 
maatsohappel. betrekkingen. Uit h. Eng. vert. 
Leeuwarden, 1828. sd. 8vo. (2.40) 1.— 

( The United States in their polii., theological 
and social relations. TransL from, the English.) 

2958 Siebold (P. P. v) Geographical and ethno- 
graph. elucidations to the discoveries of Maerten 
Gerrits Yries, 1643, in the and North of 
Japan. Translated by F. M. Cowan. Amst., 1859. 
cloth, with map. 8vo. 2.25 

2959 Silliman (Benj.) Professor of Chemistry in 
Yale College 1802—53, founder of the "Amer. 
Journal of Science and Art,"'' 1818. — A. L. S. to 
Sam. M. Hopkins of N. Y., dat. New Haven, Oct. 
20, 1808. 1 p. 4to. 2.— 

2960 A. L. S. to Dr. Mason F. Cogswell, dat. 

New Haven, Febr. 28, 1813. 1 p. 4to. 2,— 

2961 A. L. S. to Nathan Smith, dat. New 

Haven, March 29, 1834. 2 p. 4to. 2.— 

On his Jourual, cet. — With a signed receipt. 

2962 SUsbee (Nath.) President of the Massachus. 
Senate, Member of Congress 1816—20, U. S. 
Senator 1826—35. — A. L. S. to Jer.' Nelson, 
dat. Salem, Febr. 25, 1824. 2 pp. 4to. 2.50 

On politics, especially on Webster's Speeches in 

2963 Silva (Inn. P. da) Dizzionario bibliogra- 
phico Portnguez. Estudos applicaveis a Portugal 
y ao Brasil. Lisboa, 1858-59. Vol. [— IH (A— 
Jo.) 3 vols. hf. raor. 8vo. 10- — 

Complete in 7 vols. Out of print and scarce. 

2964 Simons (G. J.) Beschrgving van het eiland 
CuraQou. Oosterwolde, 1868. map and 2 plates. 
8vo. (2.50) 1.50 

(Description of the island of Curafao.) 

2965 Sivers (H.) Bericht von Grohnland, gczogen 
aus zwo Chroniken. Hamb. 1674. 4to. Rare. 2.50 

2966 Six Months in the West-Indies (the Carib- 
bee Islands) in 1825. 2d edit. Lond. 1826. bds. 
map. 8vo. 1.50 

2967 Sjoborg (N. H.) Polynesia detecta. Lundae, 
1807. 4to. Rare. 3.— 

Historical accoant of the discoveries and voyages 
to the South-Sea from 1417—1791. liStin disser- 

2968 [Skinner (Jos)] The present state of Pern, 
its geography, natural history, customs and man- 
ners of the inhabitants, etc., drawn from original 
and authentic documents. London, 1805. hf. calf 
neat, 20 coloured plates. 4to. (10.80) 4.50 

2969 Slavery. — A collection of 16 Dutch pam- 
phlets concerning Slaves and their emancipation 
in Surinam, 1830—1862. 8vo. 3.— 

2970 Sloot (P. W. V. d) Unseres Landos Wobl- 
stand. eiae Probe gottlicher HiUd. Bede seiner 



Gemeine auf der Trap vorgestellt. Reading, H. B. 
Sage, 1813. 8vo. — Rare. 1.50 

The author was "Lehrer d. Evang. zu Ober- 
Hannover, Montgomery Country." 

2971 Smeeks (H.) Beschryv. van het magtig ko- 
ningrijk Krinke Kesmes, . . . een gedeelte van het 
onbekende Zuidland, gelegen onder den Tropicus 
Caprieornus, ontdekt door J. de Posos. Anisterd. 
1708. 8vo. 2.50 

{Description of the mighty kingdom Krinke Kes- 
mes, a part of the unknown South- Land, discovered 
by J. de Posos.) 

Literary forgery ; in the form of voyages to Ame- 
rica, the newly discovered New-Holland, and the 
kingdom Krinke Kesmes. The book treats on an- 
thropology and religion, according to the Cartesian 

2972 Smeele (J. P.) Oorzaken van den strijd tus- 
schen Engeland en zijne Amerikaansche Kolonien. 
'sGravenh. 1856. sd. 8vo. 1.— 

{Causes of the confict between Engl, and his 
American colonies.) 

2973 Vergeljjkende Repertoria op de Wetboe- 

ken van Suriname, Curasao en Nederland. Straf- 
vordering. 's Grav. 1870. 8vo. 1. — 

{Comparative Repertoria on the Codes of Suri- 
name, Curagao and Netherland. Code-penal.) 

2974 Sraith (Jer.) Governor of New Hampshire 
1809—10. — A. L. S. to Mr. Gilman, dat. Bos- 
ton, Oct. 25, 1792. I p. 4to. 2.— 

2975 Smith (Joh) A. Description of New-England, 
or the observations and discoveries of Capt. 
J. Sraith in the North of America, etc. London, 
1616. cloth. 4to. 10.— 

Exact reprint, with a fac-simile of the original 
raap. Boston, W. Veasie, 1865. — Only 250 co- 
pies printed. 

2976 Advertisements for the unexperienced 

Planters of New England or any where. London, 
1631. cloth. 4to. 10.- 

Exact reprint with a fac-simile of Smith's map 
of New-England of 1635. Boston, W. Veazie, 
1865. — Only 250 copies printed. 

2977 Smith (John Cotton) Governor of Connec- 
ticut, 1813-18. — A. Adress of a letter to Mr. 
W. Sprague. — -60 

2978 Smith (Sam.) History of the Colony of Nova- 
Caesaria, or New- Jersey, to 1721. Burlington in 
New-Jersey, J. Parker, 1765. calf. 8vo. — Veey 
RARE. 50. — 

"A jndicious and authentic compilation; never 
having been reprinted, it has become very scarce 
and difSciilt to be met with." Rich. 

A perfect copy; only a very small part of the 
upper margin of the title cut off, without attaining 
the text. 

2979 Smith (Sam. Stanhope) Pres. of Nassau 
Hall, Princeton, distinguished preacher and philo- 
sopher. — A. L. S. to the Rev. GriflSn of Ne- 

wark, dat. Princeton, Dec. 22, 1806.1 p.4to. 2.- 
Applying to Mr. GrifiBn for a discourse. 

2980 Smith (W.) History of the Province of Ne\ 
York, from the first discovery to 1732. 2d Edi| 
tion. Philadelphia, 1792. calf. 8vo. 10.- 

Esteemed and standard work ; the original editioifl 
is very scarce. 

2981 Smith (Will.) Comparative view of the con- 
stitutions of the several States with each other, 
and with that of the United States. Philadelphia, 
John Thompson, 1796. calj . 4to. — Rare. 5. — 

2982 Smith (W. H.) Canada: past, present and 
future, being a histor., geograph., geolog. and 
statistical account of Canada West. Toronto (1851.) 

2 vols. 11 maps. hf. calf. roy. 8vo. 10.—^ 

2983 Smithsonian Institution — Report (An^l 
nual) of tlie Board of Regents of the Smith- 
sonian Institution. Washington, 1853 — 74. 21 v,ols. 
cloth. 8vo. 18.— 

Containing the lectures delivered before the mem- 
bers and a large amount of scientific information. 

2984 Snow (W. Parker) Voyage of the „Prince 
Albert" in search of John Franklin : narrative of 
every-day life in the Arctic seas. Lond. 1851. 
Map and pi. cloth. 8vo. 1.80 

2985 Sobolewski. — Catalogue de la bibliotheque 
de feu M. S. Sobolewski (de Moscou.) Leipzig, 
1873. 4448 numeros; with the prices. Svo. — A copy 
on thick fine paper. 3.50 

Important collection of works on History and 
Voyages, specially on America and Australia inclu- 
ding the most complete and finest copy of De Brg's 
Grands et Petits /'o^^a^t?* (Latin and German), acqui- 
red by Mr. Frederik MuUer, and now in the Lenox 
Library at New York. — Mr. Sobolewski furnished 
the exact bibliographical description of De Bry's 
Voyages for the last edition of Brunei, Manuel 
du libraire. 

2986 Soeteboom (H.) 3e voomaemste zeegetogt 
der Nederl. na de Oost-lndien, onder Jac. Heems- 
kerk en Wolf. Hermansz in 1601—3. Uytdeaen- 
teeken. v. Willem v. Westzanen. Sanerda:rj, H.J. 
Zoet, 1648. bds. 4to. Very rare. (Tiele N". 161.) 

(3rf and principal voyage of the Dutch to E-I. 
under J. H. and W . E. in IGOl— 3. — According 
to the notices of IFilliam of West-Zanen.) 

With 8 pi. in the text. — There are 4 sorts of 
copies of this edition, all with different names of 
publishers; the other impressions are very inferior 
to this original edition. 

2987 The same. Amsterd., J. Jz. Schipper, 1648. 

plates, bds. 4to. (Tiele N". 162.) — Some worm- 
holes in the margins. 6. — 

2988 Solis (A. de) Historia de la conquista de 
Mexico, poblacion y progresses de la America 
Septentrional, conocida par el nombre de Nueva 
Espana. Brussel., F. Foppens. 1704. map and pla- 
tes, vellum, fol. — The paper somewhat spotted. 4. — 

Fbederik Mui-lm. & C*>, 




2989 Solis (A. de) The same. Bmssel., Bousquet. 
1741. map, hf. ef. uncut, fol. — Large paper. 5. — 

2990 Tlic same. Madrid, 1758. 3 vols, catf, 

gilt edges, sm. 8vo. — Fine copy. 3.50 

2991 The Siime. Madrid, A. de Sancka, 1784. 

Vol. II. calf, uncut, map and plates. 4to. 3. — 

Beautiful edition. , 

2992 Ihe same. Madrid, Cano, 1798. 5 vols. 

calf, portraits and plates. 16m0. 3.50 

Nice editioD, and of rare occurrence. 

2993 The same. Paris, 1827. 5 vols, sd., uncut. 

12mo. 1.75 

2994 Histoire de la conqueto du Mexique. La 

Haye, A. Moet/etts, 1692. 2 vols, calf, maps and 
plates, sm. 8vo. 3. — 

2995 The same. Paris, H. CAarpentier, 1704. 

2 vols, vellum, map and plates, sm. 8vo. 3.50 

2996 Solms-Braunfels (Carl, Prinz zu) Texas, 
mit Riicksicht auf die deutsche Colonisation. 
Frankf. a. M., 184G. ids., map. 8vo. —.60 

2997 Solorzano Pereira (J. de) Traduccion de 
la Dedicatoria real, i Epistolas poemiales del lido 
Tomo del derecho, i governo de las Indias Oeci- 
dentales. lUustr. con notas marginales, i . . . com- 
peudio de lo que se trata en los II Tomos, por 
D. Gabr. de Solorzano Pajuagua. (Madrid?) 1639. 
vellum, fol. — feri/ rare. 18. — 

2998 Soltau (D. W.)GeschichtederEntdeckungen 
u. Eroberungen der Portugiesen im Orient, 1415 — 
1539. Nach Anleitung der Asia des /. de Barros. 
Braunschweig, 1821. 5 vols. sd. 8vo. 6. — 

2999 Somer (Jan) Zee- en Landt-Reyse naar de 
Levante, als Italien, Candien, Egypten, Turckyen. 
enz. 2de vermeerd. druk. Amst., J. Hartgers, 1649. 
With engravings. 4to. 2.50 

{Voyages and travels in the Levant, Italy, Can- 
dia, Bgypt, Turkey etc. 2d edit.) 

This we believe to be the first part of Hartgers' 
intended 2d volume of his Collection of Voyages. 
(See N". 2361, 62.) 

3000 — - The same. 3d edition. Arasterd., J . v. d. 
Bergh, 1661. fFith the same plates. 4to. 2.50 

3001 Sommer (J. G-.) Beschrijving der Nieuwe 
Staten van Araerika. Naar het Hoogd. Amst., 
1828. 2 vols. 8vo. With plates. (6.90) 2.— 

{Description of ihe New States of America. 
From the German.) 

3002 Sonnerat, Voyage k la Nouvelle Guin^e. 
Paris, Ruault, 1777. calf, 120 plates, most relating 
to natural history. 4to. Fine copy. 6. — 

.%03 Soules (Franc.) Histoire dea troubles de 
TAmerique Anglaise." Paris, Buisson, 1787. 4 vols. 
hf. calf, maps. 8vo. 3. — 

3004 Sommation (La) laite par le Marq. de Spi- 
nola au Gouverueur de la ville de Breda. En- 
semble plusieurs particularitez de tout ce qui s'est 
passe, taut en Amerique, etc. Paris, J. Martin, 


jouxte la copie impr. i Amsterdam, 1625. 8vo. 9. — 
Extremely scarce. — The chapter »de Madril" 
(pag. 12.) treats on Peru, Chili, Lima, etc. 

3005 South- America. — Chart of the Southern 
Promontory of America, from the Spanish survey 
of 1789—95, compar. with a Span. MS. by A. Ar- 
rowsmith. Lond, 1802. High fol. 64 by 94. 2 — 

3006 Views of various cities. Old engravings 

from Montanus, Schenk, with address : Daumonf 
(coloured), etc. 7 pc. sq. fol. and 4to. 2.50 

Carthagena, Boavista, N ombre de iJios, St. Fran- 
cisco de Campeche, etc. 

3007 Eeligious, nuptial and funeral ceremonies 

in Peru, Brazil and Venezuela, engrav. by Bern. 
Picart. 18 represent, on 8 sh. fol. — First impress. 


3008 Southern History of the War. Official Re- 
ports of battles, as published by order of the Con- 
federate Congress at Richmond. New-York, 1864. 
cloth. 8vo. (9.80) 4.— 

3009 South- Sea-Company. — Various Acts of 
Parliament and other papers relating to the Com- 
pany trading to the South-Sea, and other parts 
of America, and for encouraging the Fishery. 
23 pieces, 1711—24, bound in 1 vol. calf neat. 
fol. 12.— 

Interesting collection, especially for the knowledge 
of the pecuniary and internal management of the 

3010 Souza (P. Lopes de), Diario de navega^ao 
da armada que foi a terra do Brasil em 1530, sob 
Martin Alfonso de Souza. Publ. por F. A. de 
Varnhagen. Lishoa, 1839. 8vo. 4.50 

Out of print and scarce, 

3011 Spanish Silverfleet (The) captured in the 
Bay of Matanca by the Dutch fleet, commanded 
by the Admirals Piet Pz. Hein and H. C. Loncq, 
8 Sepf. 1628. — German engraving, with map of 
Cuba to the right. — On the same sheet ano- 
ther German engrav. of an engagement of some 
Dutch ships with the Privateers of Duinkerk. — 
Together 1 sheet small sq. fol. h. 30 br. 39 cent. 


- Dutch engraving with the portrait of 
II e y n at the top in the middle of the 
sm. sq. fol. 2. — 

Different representation, publ. by R. Wil- 


ding, Rotterdam, 1788; with inscription: 
Heyn veroverd de zilvere vloot.'^ sm. sq. fol. 

3014 Nautilus, being a drinking-horn of the 

Admiral Piet Heyn, presented to him for the 
capture of the Silverfleet, engrav. by A. Belfos. 
sq. 8vo. 1.25 

3015 Two Medals struck on the capture of 

the Silverfleet. 4to. —.50 

3016 Sparks (I.) Reply to Lord Mahon and others 
on the mode of editing the writings of Washing- 
ton. Cambr. 1852. 8vo. -.50 



3017 Sparman (A.) Voyage au Cap de Bonne- 
Espcrance et antonr du Monde avec le Cap. Cook. 
Trad. p. Le Tourneur. Paris, 1787. 2 vols. Old 
French red marocco extra, gilt edges, maps and pla- 
tes. 4to. Very fine copy. 22. — 

3018 Voyage to the Cape of Good Hope, 

towards the Antarctic Polar Circle, and round 
the world, 1772—76. Transl. from the Swedish. 
2d edit London, 1786. 2 vols, hf, calf, extra gilt, 
plates. 4to. Beautiful copy. 6. — 

3019 Reize etc. Leiden, 1787. 2 vols, plates. 

Bvo. 2.50 

Dutch translation of the preceding. 

3020 Speculum Orbis Terrarum (per Corn, 
de Judaeis.) Antverp., A. Coninckx, 1598. 2 part, 
in 1 vol. calf. fol. Fine copy. 20. — 

The 2d part has the title: Germania geographids 
tabulis illmtrata and contains 2 plates of costumes. — 
All maps and plates coloured at the time of the 
puhlication. The 4 maps of America (contained in 
the 1st part) are: Mappemonde, — Brasilia et Pe- 
ruvia. — Americae pars Borealis, Florida, Bacca- 
laos, Canada, Corterealis (with the costumes of the 
inhabitants of Virginia.) — Nova Guinea, etc. 

3021 Spel (Het) van Brasilien, vergheleken by een 
goedt verkeer-spel. 1638. 4to. Uncut, title damaged. 
(Asher N". 149.) 1.60 

{The Brazil play, compared to a good game at 

3022 Spencer (A.mbr.) Senator 1795- 1802, Chief- 
Justice of the Supr. Court 1819—23. — A. L. S. 
to Stephen Van Rensselaer in Congr., Washing- 
ton, dat. Albany, March 10, 1828. 1 p. 4to. 2.50 


3023 [Spencer (J. C.)] Report of abstracts of 
convictions for criminal oftences in the State of 
New-York. N.-York, 1840. roy. 8vo. 1.— 

3024 Spilbergen (Joris v.) 't Historiael Jour- 
nael ... v. weghen 3 schepen . . . ghevaren wt 
Zeelandt . . . naer d'O. Indien, . . . 1601. Met 
14 platen. Delff, Floris Balthasar, 1605. sq. 4to. 
(Tiele N». 140). quite complete. 70.— 

{Historical journal of 3 ships, which set sail from 
Zealand to East-India in 1601. IFith 17 plates. 
Delff. Fl. Balthasar.) 

Bare. Third edition, reprinted as the 2d, with 
slight alterations, from the 1st ed. ; all published in 
1605. Good copy, a small corner of one leaf tor- 
ned off. 

This journal is especially interesting for the exten- 
sive accounts on Ceylon where the crew stayed for 
a considerable time. The author is unknown. He 
shows his extreme Calvinism in various places; pro- 
bably this was the cause that this memorable jour- 
nal did not appear in French before 1703. 

The translation given by de Bry in the Petits 
Voy. VII, 1. is abridged and mutilated in different 
places; the 14 plates are reduced to 12, being 
exact copies. 

3025 Spilbergen (Joris v.) The same, in Dutch. 

(Amst. 1646.) bdr. sq. 4to. 4.50 

With 10 plates, no separate title ; forms part of 
the collection: Begin en Voortgangh {N". 2'i2 — 74.) 
The text is faithfully reprinted, but the dedication, 
poems, etc. are • omitted ; on the other hand some 
additions are inserted. 

3026 The same, with additions of: de 2e Vo- 
yage uaar 0. Indien onder St. van der Hagen. 
(The 2d voyage to E. -India under S. v. d. Hagen.') 
Amst., J. Harigers, 1648. bdt. 4to. (Tiele N". 143.) 


Wit 1 pi. in 6 divis. Reprint of the preceding 

edition of Spilbergen. The voyage of Spilbergen 

fills pp. 3 to 61 ; that of v. d. Hagen pp. 62 to 96. 

3027 The same, in Dutch. Amst., J. Hartgers, 

1652. bds. 4to. Rare. (Tiele NO. 144.) 7.50 

With 3 pi. in the text. — Reprint of the prece- 
ding without the voyage of van der Hagen. 

3028 Oost ende West Indische Spiegel der 

2 leste Navigatien ghedaen in 1614 tot 18 door 
J. v. Spilbergen de werelt rontom; met 2 Histo- 
rien de een v. Oost, de ander v. West Indien. 
Met de Australische Navigatien v. J. le Maire, 
die in 'tsuyden door een nieuwe Straet ghepas- 
seert is. Leyden, Nie. v. Geelkerken, 1619. sq. 
4to. vellum. With 24 plates and maps, map 1 as 
nearly always, wanting. (Tiele N°. 65.) 40.— 

{East and litest- India mirror of the 2 last navi- 
gations in 1614 to 18 by J. v. Spilbergen round 
2 histories of East- and West- 
Australian navigation of J. 
in the South through a 

the world; with 
India. With the 
Maire, wh 

First edition. 

Fine, tall copy, boards. 


3029 Speculum Orientalis Occidentalisque In- 

diae navigationum, quarum una Gg. a Spilbergen 
classis Praef., altera Jac. le Maire auspiciis directa, 
annis 1614 — 18. Exhibens novi in mare austr. 
transitus, incognit. hactenus gentium ac terr. inven- 
tionera, etc. Lugd. B., apud Nic. a Geelkercken, 
Sumpt. Jud. Hondii, 1619. sq. 4to. calf Fine copy, 
vellum, 25 maps and plates, quite complete. (Tiele 
N". 67.) 40.— 

Latin translation of the preceding. 

3030 Miroir Oost et West Indical, auqiiel aont 

descriptes les 2 dem. navigations faictes es ann. 
1614 a 18, Tune par George de Spilbergen par 
le Destroict de Magellan, et aussi tout autour de 
la terre: I'autre faicte par Jac. le Maire, lequel 
au coste du Zud du destroict de Magallan a des- 
couvert un nouveau Destroict. Avec la descript. 
de tons pays, gens, etc. Amst., Jan Jansz., 1621. 
gilt calf. sq. 4to. Fine copy. (Tiele N". 70.) 45.— 

This very interesting journal is first published in 
Dutcb, then in Latin, at last in French; the last 
translation is the best; the Latin is partly abridged, 
etc. The version of de Bry has many mutilations; 
their pktes are copied from these originals. — See 





many iuteresting obscrvationt concerning these jour- 
nals in Tielu's Jleaioire p. 70, etc. 

3031 Spilbergea (Joris v.) Historis^h Jouniael 
V. de Voyagie door Magall. naer de Molucqiies. 
(Amst. 1646.) sq. 4to. IFitA 25 pi. 6.50 

No special title. Forms part of the 2d vol. of: 
£effin en Voortgangh (N". 272 — 74) where it is 
repiiuted from the preceding editions, but with some 
omissions. — The journal of Schouten's voyage is 
added to this. N". 2923. (See Tiele p. 68.) 

3032 Oost en West Ind. Voyagie door Magell- 

onder J. Spilbergen. — En de Reyse d. W. ('. 
Schoutea en J. le Mairc in 1615 etc. Amst., 
J. Hartgen, 1648. 4to. (Tiele N». 71.) 4.50 

Reprint of the preceding edition. With I pi. in 
6 divisions. 

3033 Joris Spilbergen attacking the Spa- 
nish Admiral Rodrigo de Mendoza, off the Coast 
of Peru. 1615. Old Dutch engrav. am. 4to. 1.50 

3034 Spitzbergeu Portulanoofthe coasts of Europe, 
with separate map of a part of Spitzbergen. Amster- 
dam, IfiUem Jatuzoon Blaeu, (about 1620). Large 
fol. 76 by 60. — Printed on vellum, with colou- 
red arms. — Unique. 40.- 

Ccrtainly one of the earliest maps published by 
W. J. Blaeu (See note of N». 336). The author 
is, accordiug to a notice on the map, Comelii Doe- 
des from Edam. 

3035 Spitzbergen (Description of a view of the 
North coast of), in Barker's Panorama. Lond. 
1819. plate. 8vo. —.60 

3036 Spix (J. B. V.) et C. Fr. v. Martius, Voyage 
dans I'interieur du Bresil. Miiuch. 1823-24. 26.— 

Conluius : 

a. Mova genera et species Plantarnm, gr. in-4to. 
(fasc. 111.) TtfXt pag. 37 — 80. 

b. Genera et species Palmaruin. fol. (fasc. 1 — 3). 
(Title, List of Subscriptiont, Text: page 1 — 
90 and col. plates. N<>. 1—67. 

e. Simiarum et Vespertilionum Brasil. fol. Text 
Fr.-LaUn complete. Col. plates. N<*. 1, 4 — 8, 
10, 14—38. 

d. Animalia nova sive Scrpentum Bras, species 
novae, gr. in-4to. Text Fr.-Lat. complete. 
Plalcs wanting. 

e. Testiidiuum et Ranariim Bras, species novae, 
gr. iu-4to. Text complete ; plates wanting. 

3037 in Brasilien. Miinchen, 1823. vol. I. 

bds., uncut. 4to. 1.50 

3038 Sprague (Will. B.) American Clergyman 
and author. — 4 A. L. S. to the Rev. P. H. 
Marron of Paris, dat. Springfield and Albany, 
1829—1831. 7 pp. 4to and 1 p. 8vo. 10.— 

Interesting letters on their vei-y extensive collec- 
tions of autographs, and on the interchanging of 

3039 A. L. S. to the Rev. Athanase Coquerel, 

son in law of the Rev. P. U. Slarron, dat. Al- 
bany, Oct. 5, 1832. 3 pp. 4to. 3. - 


Very fine letter on the death and the character 
of Marron: -n mau of great moral worth, of fiue 
iutclii'Ctual powers, of extensive acquisitions and of 
coiuiuaiiding influence." — With portrait of Mar- 
ron, engrav. by Hulk. fol. Proof before letter. 

3040 Spranokhuysen (Dionys.) Triumphe van 
weghen do victory den 8 Sept. 1628 verleent J»en 
de vlote van de West- ind. Comp. onder Pieter 
Pietersz. Heyn, teghcn de Silver-Vlote onzer vy- 
anden, komende van Nova Hispania. Deif, 1629. 
4to. Last leaf damaged. (Aaher N». 115.) 8.— 

( Triumph Jor the victory, granted to ike fleet 
of the W. 1. Comp. under F. P. Heyn, against 
the Silver -fleet.) 

This is the most comph-te contemporary account 
of the capture of the Silter-fleet. Confer N". 3011— 14. 

3041 Tranen over den doodt van P. Pz. Heyn, 

mitsgad. syn Testiiinent aen de West- Ind. Comp. 
Delf, 1629. 4to. (Asher N». 124.) 6.— 

(Tears on the death of P. Pz. Heyn, with hit 

3042 Des Jaers 1629 roepende etemme tot de 

Vereenighde Nederlanden. Bolswardt, 1653. 4 parts 
in 1 vol. vellum. 16mo. 6.— 

(The years 1629 voice calling the VnUed Ne- 
therlands . . . ) 

The 4th part (51 pp.) contains a sermon held for 
celebrating the capture of the Spanish Silver-fleet 
by P. Heyn, in 1629. — Not mentioned by Asher, 
nor any where else. 

3043 Sprengel (M. C) Geschichte d. geograph. 
Entdeckungen bis zur Anknnft der Portugiesen 
in Japan, 1542. 2e AutL Halle, 1792. bds. 8vo. 


3044 Ueber J. Ribero's alteste Weltcharte. 

(1529). Weimar. 1795. ITith Ig. fol. map. 8to. 4.50 

This essay cuutaius the first reproduction of that 
parf^ of Ribero's map, wliich relates to America, 
by F. L. Giissefeld, 50 by 65 centimeter, giving 
the American coast from Labrador till the Strait of 
Magellan. — See the later reproduction by Kohl, 
N". 1690. — Ribero was Cosmographer to the Em- 
peror Charles V. 

3045 Auswahl d(!r bcsten auslandischen geo- 
graph. u. statist. Nai-hrichten zur Aufklarung d. 
Volker- n. Landerkundc. Halle, 1794-1800. 
14 vols, in 7. hf. calf, uncut. 8vo. 7.50 

Esteemed coll< ctioo, contain, amongst others, many 
iutcrestiug pieces for America, viz.: Bryan Edward, 
Beschreib. der Brittischen Kolouien in West-Iudien. — 
Goldson's Beinerk. iib. d Spaa. Admirals de Fonte, 
Seereise nach d. inneru Gogenden von Neu> Albion 
(164U). — Voje's Bcmcrk. iib. PennsyUanien. — 
Nachricht d. SlaJt WasliiuiJitou. — lieckenwiilder, 
Reisjournal vua BL'thleheni iu Fensilvanieu nach d. 
Postea St. Vincent am Wabashfluth. — Collin, 
Tigebuch d. Britt. Volk^pflnnzung in Nca-UoUaod 
od. Neu-Siidwalcs, 1788-96. 

3046 — — Oescliichte der Revolution von N^nl 




America. IVftnkeftthal, 1788. set. 8vo. 1.50 

S047 Sqtlier (E. G.) Aboriginal Monuments of the 

State of New- York. (Washingt., 1849.) bds., 14 

plates. 4to. 5. — 

3048 Staatkundige aanmerkingen over het ... 
gedrag der Engelschen, 9 Aug. 1 780. in de groote 
Baay van hot Eiland St. Martin. No place. 1780. 
8vo. 1.50 

{PoUtkal remarks on the conduct of the English 
in the Bay of the island St. Martin.) 

3049 — — The same, bound up with : Missive van 
G. Fagol 1684, ... zeer toepasselijk op het ge- 
lionden gedrag der llegeering van Amsterdam, . . . 
zoo ten aanzien van haare geheime correspon- 
deritie met den Aipbassadeur van zeker uitheemsch 
vorst, als van haare onbetaraelyke onderhand. met 

: den Amerik. commissaris W. Lee, etc. 1782. — 
.. (knd 5 other pamphlets in 1 vol. calf. 8vo. 3. — 

., (Missive of G. Fagel, 1684, applicable to the 
Xf!^ f^gency of. Amsterdam, for their secret correspon- 
dence with the Ambassador of a foreign Prince, 
_ J atid for their unbecoming negociations with the 
American Commissioner IF. Lee, etc. 1782.) 

3050 Staats-Secretaris (De). Amsterd., B. Swart, 
1770, 6 Nos. not complete; 1775 N". 11; 1778. 
12 Nos. — Together 19 Nos. 18mo. 6.— 

•n^, ; . {The European Secretary of State.) 

i,.,;. , A monthly review of political and other occur- 

,ru- fences, scarcely found. — Each N". contains ample 

reports of the events in the British colonies in America. 

8051 Staden v. Homberg (Hans) Veritable his- 

toire et description d'un pays habite par horames 

. sauvages. . . situe dans le Nouveau Monde. Pnbl. 

pour la premiere fois en fran^ais par H. Ternaux. 

,,^aris, 1837. sd. 8vo. 4.— 

j,- Forms part of: Voyages, relations etc. orig. siir 

rAmeriqne. . . par Ternaux. 

3Q62 Stair (Nil) Des weitberiimbten Seelanders . . . 
iochstmerkwiird. Reisen nach denen unbekannten 
inauln des Oriental. Oceani darinnen dessen be- 

. trachtl. Schiffarth, ... Schiffbruch, eltjahr. Woh- 
nUQg unter einer sehr vernilnft. Indian. Nation, 
etc. Aus dessen eigenhand. Journal ... ins Hoch- 
^eutsche iibers. Frankf. u. Leipz. 1778. sd. plate. 
8^0. — Rare and curious. 4.50 

3053 Stansbury (H.) Exploration and Survey of 
the Valley of the Great Salt Lake of Utah, in- 
clud. a reconnoissance of a new route through 
the Rocky Mountains. Philadelphia, 1852. many 
plates of views and natural history, and maps. 2 yo\s. 
cloth. 8vo. 7.50 

3^54 Staphorst (Casp.) Carmen epinicium ac pro- 

treptieum de bello Brittannico. Dordrecht, (1655.) 

• -^vo. 1.50 

■''' Pp. 239—41. Account of the capture oif the 

• Silver-fleet by P. Heyn. 

805B iStark (John) Mgjor-General, distinguished 

himself at Bunker's Hill. — A. S. Order to Henry 

^'CUen, dat. Albany, Juny 15, 1778* 5 lines. 40. 5.— 

3056 State of the Population, Slaves, and the Mem- 
bers for the Congress, of the diflTerent Un. States. 
Philadelphia, 5 Sept. 1791. — French contemporary 
MS. One sheet. 4to. 1.50 

3057 „ State-Tinkers (The)" English caricature : 
Lord North and others, engaged in mending the 
national kettle. (Engrav. bj' OUlray ?) Pnbl. by 
W. Humphrey. 1780. fol. 3.— 

3058 Statuten der Nederl. Walvisehvis-schery-Maat- 
schappij te Amsterdam. Amst., 1843. 8vo. — .60 

{Statutes of the Butch W halefishery at Am- 

3059 Statuten der West-(nd. MaatschapiHJ te Am- 
sterdam, 1828. 8vo. —.60 

{Statutes of the West-lnd. Comp. founded a^HI 
Amsterdam in 1S28.) ^S 

3060 Statutes and Treaties of the United States 
of America, passed at tlie 2d Session of the 32d 
Congress 1852 — 53. Edit, by G. Minot. Boston, 
1853. roy. 8vo. 2. ' 

Cont. Treaties with the Sionx, the Chickasaws, 
and the Netherlands. 

3061 Stedman (J. G.) Voyage h Surinam et dan«3 
I'interieur de la Guiane. Avee details sur les In- 
diens et les Negres. Sniv. du tableau de Cayenne. 
Trad, de I'Angl. p. P. F. Henry. Paris, 1800. 

3 vols. 8vo. and atlas of 44 plates. in-4to. hf. 
calf. 6. 

3062 — -- Reize naar Surinarae, etc. Amsterd., 1801^ 

4 vols. With plates and map. 8vo. 3,- 

Diitch translation of the preceding. 

3063 Steendam (J. J.) Distelvink. Amst., G. v. 
Goedesbergh, 1649—50. 3 vols, in 1. vellum. 4to. 
With music. Fine copy. 48. — 

{The Thistle-Finch.) 

Very rare collection of the poems of the first 
poet of New-Netherland, author of the fol- 
lowing pieces. — Steendam was minister of the 
Protestant church in New-Amsterdam and afterwards 
governor of the orphnnbonse at Batavia. 

3064 Rechte Grouwel der verwoestinge, ont- 

dekt in den seer doorlucht. verdichter Joost van 
den Vondelen. No place ner date (Amst. 1660?) 
185 lines in 3 col. Broadside, large fol. 40. — 

{Just abomination of the ravage, revealed in the 
very excellent fabulist and poet J. van den Vondel.) 

Unique. — Nowhere mentioned. Polemical poem 
against the poet Vondel, who belonged first to the 
Baptist community, and was afterwards converted to 
the Roman Catholic church, being weary of the inter- 
minable theological quarrels in the various Baptist 

Not mentioned by Mr. Murphy, see N". 3066. 

S065 Lauwer-Strjjt tussehen Catharina Ques- 

tiers en Cornelia van der Veer. Met eenige By- 

diehten. Amsterd., 1665. vellum. 16mo. 6. — 

{Poetical emulation between Questiers amL 

Corn. V. d. Veer.) m 

Triderik MUIXKR & G*., 

wg Jl 







Contaias a poein by Jucob Steendaiu: In het 
Stamboeek van de konstminnende Poeiert Juffr. 
Cornelia van der Veer. — Not uieutioned by Mr. 
Murphy, see following number. 

3066 Steendam (J. J.) Murphy (H. 0) Jakob 
Steendani. — iioch vaster. — A memoir of the 
first poet in New-Netherland, with his poems des- 
criptive of the colony. Hague, 1861. With portrait 
of J. Steendam. 8vo. 10.— 

Printed for private distribation. 

3067 Steinert (W.) Nord-Amerika, vorziiglich 
Texas in 1849. Ein Buch fUr Auswanderer. Ber- 
lin, 1860. 8vo. 1 — 

3068 Stevens (Henry.) Historical Nuggets, Biblio- 
theca Americana, or a descriptive account of my 
collection of rare books relating to America. Lond. 
1862. 2 vols. 805 pp. cloth, sni. 8vo. 15.— 

Valuable work. — "Printed in the best style of 
the Chiswick Press, it comprises 2934 titles given 
in full, with the collation and the price of each 
work." Author. 

3069 Bibliotheca Historica; or Catalogue of 

5000 books and MSS. relating to the history and 
literature of North and South America, . . . the 
larger proportion of the extraordinary library of 
the late Henry Stevens, Sr., of Barnet Vt. Edit, 
with introduct. .and notes. Boston, 1870. cloth, 
uncut. 8vo. 7.50 

"Beautifully printed, and profusely annotated. One 
of the few bibliographical works which may be read 
throughout with profit and instruction combined with 
amusement." Sabin. 

3070 Bibliotheca Geographica and Historica 

or Catalogue of rare . . . books, maps, charts 
MSS., autograph letters, with notes, very many 
relating to North and South America etc. Lond. 
1872. Part I. 3109 Nos. with facsim, in photogr. 
8vo. 2.50 

3071 Stevenson (W.) Historical sketch of the 
progress of Discovery, Navigation and Commerce, 
from the earliest record to the beginning of the 
19th century. Edinb. and Lond. 1824. bds. 8vo. 

(8.40) 5.— 
Complement of Kerr's Collection of Voyages and 
Travels, of which it forms the 18th Vol. and con- 
tains besides an Index to that work, a Catalogne of 
Voyages and Travels. 632 pp. {Lowndes.) 

3072 Stiles (Ezra), President of Yale College, 
great Oriental scholar. — A. L. S. to Rev. Dav. 
Macclure, Bishop at East Windsor, dat. Yale 
Coll., Sept. 22, 1791. 2 pp. 4to. 5.— 

"... the Senatus Acad, of this Univers. conferred 
the Degree of Dr. in Divinity upon onr worthy 
Friend the Rev. Dr. Macclintoc(k) of Greenland . . . 
Diplomas have proved such a tax upon us that we 
seldom now send any. But if the Friends of those 
who receive the Honors, will be at the expense of 
the writing the Diploma, which for a Doctorat is 
usually 2 or 3 Doll., besides the parchment and the 


sealing, it shall be signed and deUrercd gratis." 

3073 Stith (Will.) History of the first Discovery 
and Settlement of Virginia. New York, Sabin 
& Sons, 1865. sd. 8vo. 15.— 

Reprint of the first and best edition : Williams- 
burg, 1747, which is exceedingly scarce. 

3074 Stokes (J. L.) Discoveries in Australia, with 
an account of the coasts and rivers explored du- 
ring the voyage of H. M. S. Beagle, 1837—43. 
London, 1846. 2 vols, cloth, numerous plates and 
maps. 8vo. (24.— ) 8.— 

3075 Stocklein (J.) Der Nene Welt-Bot. Brief- 
Schrifften und Reis-Beschreibungen welche von 
denen Missionarlis der Gesellschaft Jesu, aus bey^ 
den Indien u. andem iibcr Meer gelegenen Lan- 
dem seit 1642 bis 1750 angelangt seynd. Aitgg* 
purg und Wien, 1728—58. 36 parts, many maps 
and curious plates, old calf gili. fol. Fine copy. 72.50 

Highly valuable collection of Missionary reports 
relating to America, China, India, Africa, and many 
scarcely known islands. The more injjwrtaiit poiiion 
of the work was entirely new; taken from unpublis- 
hed MSS. Only the smaller part has been translated 
from the Lettres Edifiantes ; sse the Supplement of 
this catalogue. 

3076 Stokram (A.) Korte boschryvinge van d'on- 
geluekige Weer-om-reys van 't schip Aernhem, . . . 
onder Am. de Vlaming van Outshoorn, van Ba- 
tavia afgevaren 1661. Amst., T. Jacobsz., 1663. 
4to. 16 pp. 3.50 

{Short description of the unfortunate return of 
tlie ship Aernhem, which left Bataoia in 1661 
with 6 other ships uruier command of A. de Vlaming.) 

3077 T^e same. Amst. J. v. Buislerg. 1663. 

4to. 4.50 

Other edition, much rarer. 

3078 Stoomvaart Vlissingen-New York, 'a Gra- 
venhage. 1872. sd. 8vo. <3..')0) 1.80 

{Steam-navigation between Vlissingen-New York.) 
Oflicial reports and debates in the States-General 

concerning an annual assistance by the Government 

of the Netherlands. 

3079 Story (Jos.), eminent Jurist, Judge of the 
tr. S. Supr. Court, 1811—45. — A. L. S. to G. 
Bliss of Springfield, dat. Salem, Sept. 7, 1807. 
2 pp. 4to. 2.- 

3080 Stowe (H. Beecher) Dred. Naar hot Eng. 
Haarlem, 1857. 3 vols 8vo. (9.20) 3.60 

Dutch translation of a novel by the author of 
Uncle Tom's cabin. 

3081 Stradavits Reyse ter Walvis-Vangst, rymfi- 
gewys bcschreven door I. A. S. chirnrgyu op het 
achip Zaandyker IJoop. Antwerpen, 1769. 4to. 3. — 

{Voyage for the whale fishery to the Straits ff 
Davids, poetically related by I. A. S. Surgeon on 
the ship.) 

Curious and rare piece. 

3082 Streffleur, V., Dm LandkartonWesen in 



Oeaterreich. Wion. 1853, roy. 8*. —.50 

3083 Strong (A. B.) The American Flora, or 
History of Plants and Wild Flowers, containing 
the botanical description, history, chem. and me- 
dical properties of over 6000 plants. New York, 
1848 — 50. 4 vols. 240 coloured engravings, cloth gilt, 
gilt edget. 4to. 30.— 

3084 Strong (Caleb) Governor of Massachus. 
1800—1807, 1812-16. — A. L. S. to J, Ely, 
dat, Philad. Nov. 24, 1792. 1 p. 4to. 1.80 

3085 A. L. S. to Thomas Dwight, dat. Bos- 
ton, Jan. 20, 180.5. 1 full p. 4to. 3.— 

Fine and interesting letter, ou the impeachment 
ol Judge Sara. Chase, of whose innocence Strong 
is convinced. 

3086 Strong (Nehemiah) Professor of Natural 
Philosophy at Yale College, 1770—81. — A.L. S. 
to his brother Simeon, dat. July 6, 1798. 1 full p. 
tol. 2.50 

On family-affairs. — Fine specimen. 

3087 Struyok (Nic) Inlciding tot do algemeene 
geographic, benevens eonige sterrekundige en 
andere verhandelingen. Amsl., 1740. — Beschry- 
ving der staartsterron, etc. Ibid. 1753. — 2 vols. 
hf. hd, uncut, fine portrait by Houbraken, map and 
plates. 4to. 5. — 

(Introduction to the general geography, with some 
astronomical and other treatises. — Description oj 
the comets, etc.) 

Vol. I. pp. 155 — 173 cont. remarks of the voya- 
ges to and discoveries in America, the South Sea, 
etc. A work aboimding with the most interesting and 
varied information. 

3088 Struys (J. J) Royzcn door Lyfiand, Moa- 
covien, Persien en (Amsterd.) Abr. 
Comelisz., (1713.) Uncut. 4to. 5.— 

{Travels through Livonia, Moscovy, Persia and 
East- India.) 

A very rare popular edition of the 3d, the most 
interesting, of Struys' voyages. 

3089 Strydt (Wonderbaerlijcken) tusschen de Kick- 
vorschen ende de Muysen, toegepast op de Ne- 
derlandtsche Oorloge. Dordrecht, 1641. 4to. Stai- 
ned in the under margins. 3. — 

( Wondrous battle between the frogs and the mice, 
applied to the war of the Nftherlands.) 

A ])oetical version of Homerns' Batrachomyoraachia 
and the conformi y of the state and condition of the 
United Provinces with it. — Contains an account 
of the exploits of the Dutch in Brazil and the 
West- Indies. 

3090 Stuart Worthley (Lady Emmel.) Travels 
in the United States, etc., 1849 and 1850. Paris, 
1851. hf. bd. 8vo. 1.— 

3091 Stuart (M) en J. Kuyper, DeMenschzoo 
als hjj voorkonit op den bekenden aardbol. Amst., 
1802. 6 vols. col. plates, hf. calf. roy. 8vo. Large 
taper. \ 12.— 

{Man M he it found on earthy 


One of the first attempts ofageogmphical anthro- 

polotry. — Fine copy, the numerous plates carefully 
designed and coloured by the painter J. Kvyper 
himself; first superior edition. — The 6th vol. treats 
of the iuhabitants of America, with 8 plates rcpres. 
the natives of Greenland, Guiana, Quito, Esquimaux, 
Creek, Mexicans, etc. 

3092 Stuart (M.) en J. Kuyper, The same. 2d 
edit. Zalt-Bommel, 1835. 6 vols, in 2. hf. calf, 
col. plates. 8vo. 6. — 

3093 Stuyvesant. — Minderer (R.) Oorloghs 
Toerust, aen ziel en lichaiini, met de geneesinghe 
der siekten en toevallen in de leegers voorvallende. 
Steenwyk, Hendrik Stuifzand, 1659. vellum. 16mo. 
Scarce. 5. — 

{War- Armament for soul and body, with the 
cure of the sicknesses of the armi"S. I'ransl. from 
the German.) 

3094 Goddclycke aandachten ofte vlammende 

begeerten eens boetvaerdige ziele. Steenwyck, 
Hendrih Stuyfsandt (1684.) frontisp. and 15 embU 
matical plates. 16mo. uncut. Scarce. 6. 

{Pious devotions etc.) — Dutch imitation of 
Hugo, Pia desideria, in verses. 

3095 Camerlingh (J.) Honderd dwaal-stel- 

lingen der Roomsche Kerke, etc. Steenwjjk, Pieter 
en Hendrik Stuifzant, 1739. vellum. 8vo. 3. — 

{Hundred false principles of the Roman Church, 
with refutation in verses.) 

3096 Aenmerking over de werking des H. 

Geests, en het onderscheyd tusschen de Wet ea 
't Evangelium. Uit het Eng. Utrecht, Justus van 
Stuyvesant (about 1685.) sd. uncut. 12nio. 3.75 

{Notice of the working of the H. Ghosl and the 
difference between Law and Gospel. From the 
English.) ^^M 

3097 Berniera (J. A.) Tyd-verhaal der Ne^| 

derlandsche Geschiedenissen, van de Unie van 
Utrecht, 1579 tot 1701. Utrecht, Joh. van Stmjve- 
Zand, 1701. hf. calf. sm. 8vo. 3.— 

{Chronological Register of the History of the 
Netherlands, since the Union at Utrecht, 1579^, 
till 1701.) fl 

3098 [Brink (H.)j In luctuosum excessum. . . "I 

Virginis ac Dominae Johannae van Aarssen, . . . 
denatjie . . . epicedium. (Latin and Dutch.) Ultra- 
jecti ad Rhenuna, Just. ^ Stuyvesand, 1707. 4to. 


3099 Suarze de Pigueroa (Christ.) Plaza uni- 
versal de todos sciencias y artes. Madrid, L. San- 
chez, 1615. calf. 4to. — T^ery scarce. 5. — 

Pp. 165 — 67 treat «de la America." 

3100 Sugar- mi 11 in Brazil, with negroes at 
work. Original drawing in India-ink and with the 
pen, 3 of these for plates in j8tfr/«(?«* (See N". 228), 
drawn in Brazil by P. Post, about 1640. — The 
drawing is double the size of th? engraving and 
offers many variations. — Fine and curious. 35. — 

Fbedkriic Mui,l.BR & C, 



3101 Sullivan (Jam.) eminent Statesman, Gover- 
nor of >!assa(;hiis., 1807 and 1808. — A. L. S. 
to William Sullivan, dat. Providence, Ang 29, 
1798. 1 p. 4to. 2,— 

3102 Si;llivan (Jon.) Maior-ftenoral in the Kevol. 
War. — A. Ij. S. to Natli. Foulsom, dat. Dur- 
ham, Nov. 24, 1774. 1 p. (ol. 4.— 

Invitation to accompany the writer to Portsmouth, 
where the people expected them. 

3103 Surinam. — Chart of the coast, by C J. 
Vooght. Aiust., J. v. irs«/<?». (1694). fol. 59 by 50. — 
Coloured. 2.50 

3104 Different chart, with special plan oi the 

month of the river Surlna:a. G. v. Keulen. 
(about 1720). Large sq. fol. 88 hy o\ . ~ Coloured . 


3105 New map of the countries Surinam, Co- 

mowini, Cottica and Marrawini. Amst., Ottens, 
(1700). fol. 51 by 40. — Coloured. 3.— 

With indications of the plantations and their pro- 
prietors, the fortitications, the depth of the rivers, etc. 

3106 Map of the Colony, with the rivers, 

districts, discoveries, military expeditions and plan- 
tations, by A. de Lavaux, and others. Amst., 
P. Srkenk & Zoon. (1725). 4 slieots. fol. — Toge- 
ther: 107 by 97. — Coloured. — Restored. 10.— 

With special snrvey of the coast, plan of Para- 
maribo, and a sejjaratcly printed list of the pro- 
prietors of the plantations, with the number of acres 
in their posses-ion. — - The names of the plantations 
are inscribed ou the map. 

3107 Another map, by the same A. de Lavnux. 

Amst., H. de Lelk. (1735). 2 sheets, fol. — To- 
getlier: 89 by 60. G.— 

Quite different msp, but also with the names of 
the plantations, list of the proprietors, number of 
acres, plan of Paramaribo, etc. 

3108 Same map, but with address: Covntu & 

Moriier. (1750). 5.— 

3109 Map of Surinam and Berbice, with plan 

of Paramaribo. (Amst., Tirion, 1765.) fol. 40 by 
34. — Coloured. 1.25 

3110 General map of the Province Surinam, 

the military expeditions, and the extent of the 

plantations. Without name or date. (Amst. 1770?) 

Large fol. 62 by 91. 3.75 

With list of the plantations, number of acres and 

proprietors' names. 

3111 New special map of the Colony, with 

the plantations in cultivation, by J. 11. Moseberg. 
No place, 1801. 4 sheets, large tol. Together: 
130 by 110. — Coloured, yerg rare. 12 50 

With special ))lan of Paramaribo; on each plan- 
tation the name and number of acres inscribed. The 
productions arc indicated by colonrs. 

3112 Map of the cnltivated part. "With list of 

the plantations. — From : J. v, d. Bosch, Nederl. 
bezUtingKn. 1818. — fol. 53 by 37. 1.— 


3113 Surinam. — Map of the Colony, especialty 
illu.strating its cultivation, by P. jlf/7*('. (Gronjngen. 
1835). 2 she< ts. iol. Each 59 by 48. — Coloured. 2 50 

Belonjis to Teenstra, Aj^riculture in Surinam. 
1835. 3 vols — Different colours indicate the various 

3114 5Iap of the Colony, describing all ♦he 

Rivers, Districts, Cultivations of the lands, etc. 
Surveyed by T. C. H^eneman, 1784. Lond., ^F . fa- 
den. 1810. 4 sheets, fol. — Together: 213 by 75. 

Wiih separate plan of Paramaribo. 

3115 Map of the Colony, by T. C. Heneman, 

1784, corrected according the actual condition by 
C. A. V. Sijp/ateyn. Amst. 1849. 4 lithogr. sheets. 
Together: 200 by 78. 10.— 

With plan of Paramaribo, and indication of the 

3116 Large view of Paramaribo, about 17.50. 

With Dntch explanation 1—58 and A — T. Dutch 
engrav. with addr. B. Mourik. Ig. sq. fol. 4. — 

3117 Plan of the same city in 1804. Atter 

A. n. Hiemcke, engrav. by fitter, sq. fol. -- 
Coloured. 2. — 

3118 Plan of the same city in 1850, drawn 

by (C A. van SypeHeyn, the present Governor.) 
Lith. sq. fol. * 2.50 

With autograph signature of the author. 

3119 Berigt door Directeuren van de Socie- 

teit van Suriname... tegen de Grieven van eenige 
Persoonen. . . concemeer. het poinct van het onder- 
houd der fortificatien. Met de Bylagen. (No place 
1733.) fol. 100 pp. 4.— 

( Aceount of the Gooernors of the Surinam Sonety 
against the complaints vf some persons, regarding 
the maintenance of the fortifications.) 

Directed against the complaints brought forward 
against the Directors in 1733 by .Anth. v. Wesele. 
Interesting, as it contains iuthe.- »Bylaagt'n 56 pp." 
many documents on the internal history of the co- 
lony from 1684 till 1733. 

3120 Bylaagen specleerende tot het berigt 

door de Societeit van Suriname overgegeven aan 
de Staaten Gener. jegens request van eenige in- 
woondcren van Suriname. 1750. fol. 9. — 

{Documents to the account of the Surinam So- 
cii'ty transmitted to the States Cener. agahist the 
request of some inhabitants of Surinam.) 

lielating to the quarrels between the Governor 
.7. J. Maiiricius and P. Brouwcrs, Sal. Dujilessis 
and others ou various points of the administration, 

3121 Elagte over de bedorvene zeden der 

Voorgangeren, zoo in 't kerk- als burger -hestuur, 
in eene zeer vrugtbare ende eerst npluikende 
Colonie, voorgestclt in eene behandelingc, ge- 
plei'gt aan een predikant, aan 't K<'rw. Classis 
van Amtserdam {sic.) (Amst. 1733.) 4to. — I'ery 
rare, 8. — 



(Complaint on He corrupted manners of the Lea- 
den in the church- and civil-gooernment, in a 
fertile and rising colony; — represented in the 
treatment of a minister.) 

By J. G. Kals, Minister of Cottica and Perica. 
(See: Wolbers, Geschied. van SuriDamt;.) 

3122 Surinam. — Sohryvers welke over de 
kolonie Suriname geschreven hebben. (Extr. 1820.) 
8vo. —.50 

Critical observations on 8 works treating of Suri- 
nam, as those by Herleiu, Fermin, Hartsinck, etc. 

3123 Surinaamsche Almanak voor 1820, 

1825. 1827—29, 31--37, 42, 43, 45. Paramaribo, 
1820—45. 15 vols, plates and maps. 8vo. 10. — 

Kare collection., of special interest for the histo- 
rical and other pieces in most of the volumes. Be- 
sides there are inserted all the laws of the govern- 
ment, numerous statistical notices, and for each year 
a complete list of the plantations with the names 
of their owners, nnmber of slaves, extent, pro- 
ducts, etc. 

3124 Jaarboekje voor 1856 en 1857. Uitgeg. 

door het letterlievend genootschap: Oefening 
kweekt kennis te Paramaribo, 's Grav. 1866, 57. 
2 vols, cloth. 8vo. 2. — 

{Annual published by the Society for Literature 
at Paramaribo.) 

3125 Surinaamsche aangelegenheden. Ver- 

zameling van stukken daarover aanhangig bij . . . 
d. Staten Generaal. (Uitgeg. door S. P. Lipraan.) 
'sGrav. 1845—46. 2 parts. 8vo. 2.— 

Collection of all the Treaties, Instructions, etc. 
relating to Dutch Guiana since 1682. 

3126 Collection of 13 Dutch Pamphlets re- 
lating to Surinam, 1822-1860. 8vo. 4.50 

Contains: Suriname in 1823. — F. A. Lammens, 
Bedenk. over Hogendorp. 1824. — Brand van Pa- 
ramaribo. 1832. — de Mesquita, Ontwerp. 1842. — 
Baron v. Raders, Memorie. 1852.3 Sin. — F. W. L. 
Tydeman, Eene boschpatrouille in 1844; etc. 

3127 A collection of 15 Dutch pamphlets rela- 
ting to America. 1842—70. 8vo. 6.— 

Cont. : Regleraent op de verdeeling van Suriname 
in divisien. 1842. — Nederlandsch Guyana, of be- 
schoiiwing van Suriname. 1844. — C. v. Schaick, 
Leerrede te Paramaribo. 1852. — v. Raders, Ver- 
volg d. Bylagen by zijne Memorie aan den Koning. 
1853. — Tyileman, Eene bosch-patrouille in Suri- 
name, 1844. — Id. Twee rapporten omtrent epide- 
mien van gele koorts te Cayenne en aan den Nic- 
kerie. 1852. — Id. De kolonisatien te Voorzorg aan 
de Saramacca, 1845, etc. 

3128 Surius (P. Laur.) Commentarins rerura in 
orbe gestarum ab a. 1500 — 1566. Coloniae, 1566. 
binding restored. 8vo. 5. — 

3129 The same. Colon. 1574. Stamped vellum, 

clasps, fine original binding, fol. 7.50 

3130 Kurtze Chronick Oder Bescbreibang der 

Handeln vnd Geachichten so sich in der gantzen 
Welt zugetragen von 1500 - 1568. Verteutscht 
durch H. Fabrioium Aquenscm. Coin, 1568. OA^H 
stamped binding with clasp, fol. 15^| 

German translation of the preceding work. 
For America, we find in the work an account of 
Columbus' Voyages, of the discovery of Brazil by 
Alvarez, the expeditions of Alb. Vespuccius, etc. 

Bound up in the same volume : Pantaleon {Henr.) 
Deutscher Nation Heldenbuch. Basel, 15GS. — 
A rare work, even at present highly esteemed for 
its many portraits in woodcut and exact biographical 

3131 Swalue (E. B.) De daden der Zeeuwen ge- 
durende den opstand tegen Spanje. Arasterd. 1846. 
8vo. 2,— 

{The actions oj the Zealanders during the war 
with Spain.) 

Contains the exploits of Banckerts and Evertsen 
on the Spanish Silverfleet, those of Ita, Banckerts 
and Callcufels at Olinda, the Colonisation at the 
Wiapoco in Guyana, Tabago, etc. by the Chamber 
of the West India Company at Middelburg, etc. ^k 

3132 Brseven ait en over de Vereen. Staten™ 

van Noord-Atuerika, door Jonathan. Schoonhoven, 
1853. sd., plates and map. 8vo. (3.60) 1.50 

{Letters from and on the United States of 

3133 Swart (J.) De Zuidpool-landen en de latere 
reizen naar die streken ondernomen. {Ertr. 1848.) 
8vo. IVith map. 1. — 

{The South-Pole lands and the later voyages 
made thither.') ^Hj 

3134 Swartz (O.) Flora Indiae Occidentalis. Er^^ 
langae, 1797—1800. Vol. 1. 2. 8vo. 2.50 

3135 Observationes botanieae, quibus plantae 

indiae Occident, illustrantur. Erlangae, 1791. sd. 
8vo. —.75 

3136 Swaving (J. G.) Reizen en lotgevallen. Dor- 
drecht, 1827. 2 vols. sd. 8vo. 1.50 

( Travels and adventures in the ff^est-Indies and 

3137 Swedberg (Joh. Dan.) Dissertatiogradiulis 
de Svionum in America colonia. Upsaliae, 1709. 
8vo. 20.— 

3 unnurab. leaves, 32 numb. pp. — An extremely 
rare little work, as all the early Swedish publi- 
cations on America ; this especially, being printed 
as Disserlatio ijradualis, and not pnt into com- 
merce, but presented only to the Professors of the 
Univerty and some friends of the author. — In- 
deed, it is not noticed in the American biblio- 

The author was a nephew of the renowned Bishop 
of Scara, Jesp. Swedberg, author of the foregoing 
work, and stayed some years as Missionary in America. 

Short copy in the upper margins, the title slightly 

3138 Swinin (P.) Tafereelen nit eene reis naar 
Frbderik MujiVBli, .&, C°,. 




K. Amerika. Uit h. Russisch. Haarlem, 1818. id. 

8vo. 1.— 

{Scetwi from a voyages to N. America. From 
the Russian.) 

3131> Sijpesteyn (C A. van) Boscbrijvinf? van 

Surinauic, historisch, geogrraph. en statistiscti. 

'sGravenh., 1854. id. map. 8vo. (3.--) 1.50 

{Ddicription historical, geoffraphieal and statistical 

of Surinam.) 

3140 Jan Jacob Mauricius, Gonrernenr- General 

van Surinanie, 1742 -1751. 'sGTiavenh. 1848. ;)ortr. 
and faciim. id. 8vo. (1.80) 1.— 

{Biography of J. J. Mauricius, Oovemor of 

3141 Tabago. — Original Seal in sealing-wax adopted 
foi' the Island Now Waloheren (Tabago), after its 
succesCul colonization by the brothers Adriaen and 
Cornelis lia.aipains from Flushing, bearing the arms 
of the Island with device : « Fiat Volunlai T)ei\ 
date of 1671, and inscription: -Sigillum Nooae 
Wallachriae olim Tobago. — Diameter 5j- millim. 


3142 tabago conquered by the Commander J. Binkts 
on the i'rench Admiral d'Estrees. 1677. — View 
of the battle on the I slants and of the engagement 
of tlie Hoots. At the bottom of the plate, to the 
right, a small map of the Island; to the left a 
view of the Bay. Fine etching by Romein de 
Houghe. Ig. sq. fol. br. 60. h. 41. 5.— 

3143 Same plate with a narrative of the battle 

(in Dutch.) 6.— 

3144 Diagram of the attivck on the French on 

Tabago. 1677. xifter a sketch communicated by 
the Admiral Binkes to the Prince of Orange. 
Lith. sq. fol. 1. — 

3145 Naval Battle oflf Tabago 179.3, and view 

of the Island. Set of 3 very fine etchings, proojt 
before any letter, sq. fol. 9. — 

3146 Tables of the revenue, population, commerce, 
etc. of the United Kingdom and its Dependen- 
cies. Presented to Parliamo.nt. Part I, (1 from 
1820 to 1832. — Part IV. 1834. Supplement Tt> Part 
V. Colonies. 1834. — Supplement to Part Vlll. V'Olo- 
Hies. 1837--39. - Pai-t IX. 1839 — Finance accounts, 
1— VIJl. 1840. — Together 7 vols, cloth ^ttd td. 
fol. 4.50 

3147 [Taohard (Guy)] Voyage de Siam, des 
Peres Jesnites, avec leurs observations aatronom., 
et lenrs remarques de phys., geogr., d'hydrogr. 
et d'histoire. Paris, 1686. many plates onnnt. hist., 
vellum. 4to. 3.50 

3148 The same. — Idem. Second Voyage. 

Amsterd. 1689. 2 vols. — Journal ou Suite du 
Voyage de Siam ... en 1585 et 1686, par L. D. C. 
(I'abb^ de Choisy.) Ibid. 1687. Together 3 vols. 
plates, calf. sm. 8vo. 4.50 

3149 „Taille-douce politique et g6n6rale de 

l'ann6e 1780. — Jlgememe tiaatkundige korut- 

plaat van 'tjaar 1780." — 15 Pigares of diflerent 
h\7.c, on one sheet, the much reduced copies of 
the following 15 Dutch satyrical plates, all rela- 
ting more or less to the combined American and 
Dutch politics. — This general plate, is very 
rare. Ig. fol. 15.— 

It is to he observed that the following pltites 
were all published separately and in different size, 
by various (rather poor) artists. They consequently 
have no number of order and are here only men- 
tioned as plate I, II etc., according to the former 
sheet, presenting their reduced copies. — Number 
3161, which ought to be N". XVI of the set, ii 
not represented on the general plate, but is one of 
the most interesting for America. 

3150 „Tailla-douce politique et generale de 
I'annee 1780. — {Plate I.) The assaulted 

Ijion. {„Den door list engeioeldaaHgnvallen Leeuto"'). — 
Satyrical plate on the Free Trade with America. 
At the top the names of the Admirals Fieldtng 
and Bj'land. With Dutch explanation, sq. fol. 3.50 
See for a reply ou this plate: plate VIII. 

3151 Same plate, different edition ; the expla- 
nation in smaller type and to be distinguished by 
the word Paus (Pope), being here the first in the 
2d column of the text ; in the former edition : 
de Pans. — Rare. 4.50 

3152 Same plate, later edition, with addition 

of 2 figures, marked A and B in the left hand 
comer at the top. 4. — 

3153 Same plate, with additions and a French 

explanation, the trajislatiou of the former Dutch. — 
Very rare. 6. — 

3154 {Plate It). The Lion awaking. {'J)e 

ontwaakte Leeuw"). — Emblematical plate on the 
alliances of Holland with other European States 
to enforce free commerce with America. With 
Dutch explanatioh. sq. fol. 4.^- 

See for a reply on this plate: plate VIII. 

3155 {Plate III). The daring and watch- 
ful Lion. {"lie moedige en waakzame Leeuw"). — 
Emblematical plate on the alliances of Holland 
and on its Free Trade with America. With the 
names of Fielding, Bylind, Portsmouth and Brest 
on the plate. (This figure forms the continuation 
of plate 3150. With Dutch explanation. 1780. sq. 
fol. 4.— 

3156 {Plate IV). Reward according to 

merit. {"Loon naar werk."' 1780). — Satyrical 
plate on the •English infamy and pride." The 
English dog is whipped by an American, a French- 
man and a Dutchman. In the distance the -proud 
Queen of the 6Va" (England), is scourged by Paul 
Jones. Mezzotint, sq. 4to. - Rare. 7.50 

3157 {Plate V). The man in the shirt or 

the subdued pride. {'De man in V hembd of de 
gefnuikle h<)ogmoed"). — Satyrical plate: an En- 
glishman is deprived of his clothes and purse by 
an American, and assailed by a Russian, Frentoh* 



man, a. o. With Dutch explanation, sq. 4to. — 
Rare. f>.-- 

3158 „Taille-douca politique et generale de 
I'annee 1780. — Same plate, first state only in 
outline. — Of great rarity. 10. — 

3159 {Plate VI). The young wealthy 

Dutchman and the true Patriot. {"Dejonge rijke 
Hollander en ware vaderlander''^). — A young 
wealthy Dutchman sitting on his filled iron safe, 
is bribed by John Bull and his English wares. In 
perspective a ship taken by a false friend. With 
separate Dutch explanation, sq. fol. 4.— 

3160 (Plate vii). Time brings change. 

(•/Z>tf Tijd brengt verandering"). — Emblematical 
print on the Armed Neutrality. With Dutch expla- 
nation, sq. fol. 4. — 

3161 {Plate VIII). The British Leopard 

brought to reason. {"Den Brilsen Leopard tot 
Reden gehrachV). — Emblematical print: America 
as a young lady, sitting and holding a bundle of 
13 arrows and receiving the Hat of Liberty from 
France, who points with his sword to the places 
captured by the French; with many American 
names and allusions, f. i. Florida menaced by 
Spain, the Treaty of Neutrality between Russia, 
Sweden, Denmark, cat. With separate French 
explanation, translated from the Dutch, sq. fol. — 
Very rare. 10. — 

This plate is a reply to plute I and II. 

3162 Same plate, with Dutch explanation. 6. — 

3163 {Plate IX). The venerable Dutch- 
man. {■'De eerwaardige NederlaTider"), — Emble- 
matical plate, publ. by a Patriotic Society at Har- 
lem, a refutation of Plate VI, bearing on the war 
with England and the alliance with America. 
With separate Dutch explanation, sq. fol. 3.50 

3164 {Plate X). The doubtful state of the 

English Bank. {No Dutch title). — Dutch cari- 
cature : the English Bank suspended to the Uni- 
com and leaning over to one side, Mylord being 
pushed ofif by an American. With English and 
Dutch poem of 8 lines, mentioning Boston, Dela- 
ware, Washington, sq. 4to. 6. — 

3165 Same plate, later impression, surrounded 

by a broad engraved border, sq. fol. — Rare. 8.— 

3166 {Plate XI). English news. {'Engelsck 

nieuwt"). — Emblematical prmt on the free- 
Trade with America, with the portraits of Lord 
North, Shelburne and Gordon. With Dutch expla- 
nation, sq. tol. 4. — 

3167 {Plate XII). The despairing Britons, 

and the delighted Americans at the news of the 
Defensive Alliance, Illimited Convoy and Armed 
Neutrality. {"De wanhopige Brilten en de vernoegde 
Ainericanen"). — Emblematical print on the assis- 
tance of Russia; representing, n" 1 George Garter 
in London, n" 5 Commodore Fielding, n" 11, 12, 13 
^Ae 'i noted Amerieatu Mattina Ramly, Baltepf stxid 

Jersey. — With Dutch explanation, sq. fol. 8.— 

3168 „Taille-douce politique et gendrale de 
Tannee 1780. — {PL'te XIII). England per- 
turbated. {"Engeland beroerd"). London fire; Ge- 
orge 111 leaving the city in a coach drawn by his 
subjects; Lord North as coachman. — With Dutch 
explanation, sq. fol. 

This plate is wanting to our set. 

3169 {Plate XIV). Up and down. {'Dan 

onder dan boven'^). — Time driving the wheel of 
war, on the wheel are sitting an American and 
a Frenchman, trying to push off an Englishman. — 
With Dutch explanation, sq. fol. 7.- 

Engraved by an artist siding with the English. 

3170 {Plate XV). Political state of Eng- 
land 1778. {"Staatkundige print verbeelding ioegen.s 
den staat der EngeUche natie in 1778.") — Eng- 
land, represented as a Cow, is deprived by Ame- 
rica of her horns, whilst she is milked by a 
Dutchman, a Frenchman and a Spaniard. In the 
distance the English ship The Eagle., thrown on 
shore near Philadelphia, where uthe two brethren"' 
are sitting asleep. With Dutch explanation, sq. foU 

3171 Continuation of the former plate, but 

not represented on the general plate N°. 3149. 
On the foreground the English cow withoutl 
horns, standing near an altar with the names] 
Mexico, Peru, Chili: on the other side of the watei 
York-town; on the shore an American receiving 
the Delegates to Congress; near the shore th^ 
English ship The Eagle. — The plate is marked: 
N". 2. — With separate Dutch explanation N". ! 
sq. tol. 8.— J 

(NO. 3148—3169 form an exceedingly rare aet^ 
of plates on the American War of Independence; 
they rare nowhere ever described.) 

3172 Talbot (E. A.) Cinq annees de sejour aol 
Canada. Trad, de I'Angl. Suivis d'un extrait duj 
voyage de J. M. Duncan, trad. p. Eyries. Paris 
1825. 3 vols. sd. uncut, maps and plates. 8vo. 2.5( 

3173 Tallmadge (Col. Benj.) Officer in the Re-1 
vol. War. — A. L. S. to E. P. Belder, datl 
Litchfield, Dec. 2, 1822. 1 p. 4to. 2.50 

3174 Talvj (Prau Jacobs-Robinson) Geschichte 
der Colonisation von Neu-Enghmd, 1607 — 1692. 
Leipzig, 1847. sd., map of New-England in 1674. 
Bvo. " (6.—) 2.25 

3175 Tanguy de la Boissiere (C. C) Obser- 
vations on the dispatch written 16 Jan. 1797, by 
Mr. Pickering, Secratery {sic I) of State of the 
United States of America to Mr. Pinkney, Mi- 
nister Plenipotentiary of the United Sates {sici) 
near the French Republic. Transl. from the French 
by S. Chandler. Philadelphia, 1797. sd. uncut. 
8vo. 5.— 

Not meDtioned by Rich. 

3176 Tanner (J.) Imago primi Saeculi Societ. Jesu 
a Provincia Flandro-Belgica ejusdera Societatia 


Fresebik MuUiSA k C"., 




repraesentata. Antverp. Plantin. 1640. old calf. 

fol. 20.- 

This rare and highly interesting work on the 
origin and wonderful growth of the Jesuits through 
the whole world at the end of their first Jubilee in 
1640, contains a full list of their various Houses 
in every country, mentioning for America no less 
than 95. It gives further a variety of interesting 
notices and is profusely iUustraied by more than 
120 symbolical engravings, with Latin verses. 

3177 Tasman (A. Jansz.) Joumaal van de reis 
naar het onbekende Zuidland in den Jare 1642. 
Medegedeeld met aanteeken. door J. Swart. Am- 
Bterd., 1860. cloth, large map. 8vo. 3. — 

(Journal of the voyage to the unknown South- 
Land, in 1642. Published by J. Swart.) 

Only 100 copies printed. — This publication con- 
tains the original journal of the first voyage of the 
celebrated discoverer of Tasmania. It is of the 
highest value, as never before extensive accounts of 
this voyage have been published. 

3178 Taube (Fr. W.) Geschichte der Engl. Han- 
delschaft u. Schiflfarth . . . u. wahre Ursachen des 
jetzigen Krieges in Nordamerika. Leipz. 1776. 
hf. bd. 8vo. —.80 

3179 Taunay (H.) et F. Denis, Le Bresil, ou 
histoire, nicears, usages et coutumes des habitants 
de ce royaume. Paris, 1822. 6 vols, in 3. bds., 
many plates. 12mo. 2. — 

3180 Tavernier (J. B.) Voyages en Turquie, en 
Perse et aux Indes. Suivant la copie imprimee 
a Paris {Elzevier). 1679. 3 vols, calf, maps and 
plates. 8vo. 10. — 

3181 Tea-tax. 1773. — Emblematical print sho- 
wing in a magic lantern the tempest caused in 
America by a teapot. Engraved French caricature, 
sm. 4to. 10. — 

3182 ^Fishery -act."' — Caricature, marked: 

Plate II. „ The Bostonians in distress." An iron 
cage, with inscription : Boston, contains a number 
of hungry Bostonians, being fed with heri'ings, 
given to them by sailors; the cage hangs down 
from the Liberty-tree. — London, R. Sayer. 19 Nov. 
1774. fol. 15.— 

3183 Similar caricature, marked ; Plate III. — 

nThe patriotic/: barber of Ifew-York, or the captain 
in the suds." — A shavingfihop, where a barber 
(Benjamin Franklin?) is engaged in shaving Cap- 
tain Crozer. The portraits ot William Pitt, Lord 
Camden, and many wigs (Whigs P) hang on the 
Wall. — London, R. Sayer, 14 Febr. 1775. fol. 30.— 
The plate is coloured and transported by the co- 
lours on glass by a proceeding now lust; the glass 
has been slightly broken but ia restored. — In the 
original, black wooden frame. 

3184 Teenstra (M. D.) De Nederlandsche West- 
Indische Eilandcn in derzelver tegenwoord. toe- 
stand. Amsterd., 1836—37. 2 voU. sd., map. 8vo. 

(6.20) 2.26 


{The Butch West- Indian islands in their actual 

3185 Teenstra (M. D.) De Landbouw in Suri- 
name. Groning., 1836. 2 vols. 8vo. ITifh maps and 
plates in-folio. (IL— ) 3.50 

{Agriculture in Surinam.) 

3186 De Negerslaven in de Kolonie Suriname 

en de uitbreid. v. h. Christendom onder de Hei- 
densche bevolking. Dordr. 1842. plate, sd. 8vo. 

(4.30) 1.50 
{On Slavery in Surinam and the promoting of 
Christianity under the population.) 

Tegenwoordige staat van Amerika, see 

N«. 1380 Hedendaagsche Historie. 

3187 Tegoborski (L. de), Essai sur lea consg- 
quences eventueiles de la decouverte des giteg 
auriferes en Californie et en Australie. Paris, 
1853. sd. 8vo. i._ 

3188 Tempsky (G. P. v.) Mitla. Incidents and 
personal adventures on a journey in Mexico, Gua- 
temala and Salvador, 1853—55. Edit, by J. S. 
Bell. Lond. 1858. coloured plates and map, cloth. 
8vo. (12.60) 4.60 

3189 Tenney (W. J.) Military and Naval History 
of the Kebellion in the United States, with bio- 
graphical sketches of deceased officers. New-York, 
1867. maps, portr. and plates, some coloured, cloth. 
roy. 8vo. 4. 

3190 Ternaux (H.) Bibliotheque Americaine ou 
catalogue des ouvrages relatifs a TAmerique qui 
ont paru depuis sa decouverte jusqa'^ I'an 1700. 
Paris, 1837. 8vo. 6.— 

"This catalogue contains 1153 articles; the few 
notes added by Mr. Ternaux, cause a regret that he 
has been so sparing of them." Rich. 

3191 Texas. — Mapa de las Provincias imme- 
diatas a la linea divisoria entre la Nueva Espana 
y los Estados Unidos Americanos, (about 1800). 
fol. 48 by 36. — Coloured and illuminated. 25. — 

Interesting drawn and unpublished map of Texas, 
with many details. 

3192 Theremin (C.) De belangen der Mogend- 
heden van het Vaste Land, met betrekking tot 
Engeland. Den Haag, 1796. uncut. Svo. 1.60 

{The interests of the Powers of the Continent, 
in connection with England.) 

3193 Thevenot (M.) Relations de divers voyages 
curieux qui n'ont point est6 publiees ou qui ont 
este traduites d'Hacluyt, de Purchas et d'autres 
Voyageurs Anglois, llollandois, Portugais, Aile- 
mands, Espagnols. Paris, Seb. M. Cramoisy, 1666. 
Vol. 1—3. calf. fol. 60.— 

Tall copy, complete, according to Brnnet's icoUa- 
tion, with the following differences: 

Vol. I. has the dedication «Au Roy" 2 unnumb. 
leaves, which Brunet attributes to the edition of 
1672 only. — No duplicate map at pp. 7- 8 of 
Terri's Voyage ["ces pp. sout pass^es et se troa- 
vent quelquefoit remplaceea par la mime carte di 



rindostan quo nous venons d'indiquer." Brunei.'] 
Vol. II. No map of Pegu and Japan at p. 48. — 

five plates of natural history in the //Relation de la 

Chine," instead of 3, as Brnnet says. 

Vol. III. As in the edition of 1096 the "Voyage 

des Ambassadenrs de la Conip. Moll." has no sepa- 
rate frontispiece. 

All parts in the original issues, which contain 

the best proofs of the plates; the plates of the 3d 

volume partly before the numbers. 

3194 Thevet (F. Andr.) Historia dell' India Ame- 
rica detta ultramonte Francia Antarctica, trad, di 
francese in lingua italiana, da M. Gius. Horologgi. 
Venezia. 1561. vellum, sm. 8vo. A small piece of 
the title mended, a slight toormhole in the under 
margin of some leaves, else a good copy. 15. — 

Rare Italian translation of the very scarce French 
original, published in 1558. Not mentioned by Ter- 
naux. Priced: Stevens, Nuggets ^g 2. 2 s. 

3195 Thomas (Js.) famous Journalist, Founder of 
the Amer. Antiquarian Society. — A. L. S. to 
the Hon. D. Foster of Broomfield, dat. Worcester, 
Sept. 2, 1798. 1 p. fol. 4.50 

Applies to Mr. F. in behalf of his Almanack. 

8196 Thomas (J.) History of Printing in America, 
with a Biography of Printers and an account of 
Newspapers. Prefixed a view of the discovery and 
progress of the art in other parts of the world. 
Worcester U. S. 1810. 2 vols, facsim. and plates. 
old calf. 8vo. 60.— 

Valuable work, of the UtmOSt rarity, in 
excellent condition. 

8197 St. Thomas in the W. Indies and St. Paolo 
in Angola captured by Admiral Houtebeen in the 
service ot the Dutch W, 1. Comp. 1641. — Fi- 
gure ot both places with inscription in the upper 
left hand-corner, sq. fol. 2. — 

3198 Engagement between one small Danish 

brig and two large English men of war, off St. 
Thomas. 1801. Danish engrav. by F. M. Dodd. 
sm. sq. fol. — Rare. 3.50 

8199 Thompson (Smith) Secret, of the Navy 
1818—23, Justice of the U. S. Supr. Court 
1823—43. ~ S. L. to Jer. Nelson, dat. Navy 
Depart™., March 25, 1822. 1 p. 4to. 1.— 

3200 Thtlmmel (A. R.) Die Natur u. das Leben 
in den Verein. Staaten von Nord-Amerika. Er- 
langen, 1848. hf. bd. 8vo. 1.— 

3201 Thysii (Ant.) Historia navalis, sive celeber- 
rimorum praeliorum Batavorum usque ad pacem 
Hispan. descriptio. Lugd. Bat., 1657. vellum. 4to. 

A compleie history of all the naval achievements 
of the Dutch till 1645, including the expeditions of 
O. v. Noort 1598—1601, G. Spilbergen 1601, 
J. L'Hermite 1623, the victories of P. Heyn, 
H. LoDcq and others on the Spaniards in Brazil, 
9to. etc. 

3202 Tiele (P. A.) Bibliotheek van Nederl. Pam- 
fletten. Eerste afdeeling .- Verzauieling van Fre- 
derik Muller. Amst. 1858—61. 3 vols. 4to. 15,— 

{Library of Butch Pamphlets. First part: Col- 
lection of Frederik Muller.) 

This valuable Bibliography, comprising the Dntch 
pamphlets, piibl. in the years 1482 — 1702, contains 
not less than 9668 titles, chronologically arranged, 
with exact descriptions, bibliographical, and other 
notices, etc. For the American collector it is of 
high interest, as it contains not only all the pam- 
phlets, mentioned in Asher's Essay, but many others, 
which are indispensable to the knowledge of the his- 
tory of the Netherlands, in conjunction with that 
of the colonies. 

3203 Memoire bibliographique sur les jouruaux 

des Navigateurs Ncerlandais, reimprimes dans les 
collections de De Bry et de Hulsius et dans les 
collections HoUandaises du 17e siecle, et sur les 
anciennes editions HoUandaises des journaux de 
navigateurs etrangers; la plupart en possession de 
Frederik Muller. Aiusterd. 1867. 8vo. 7.50 

3204 The same, large paper. Only fifty copies 

printed on very strong Dutch paper. Out of print 
and rare. 14. — 

A very asefiil and creditable book containing the 
exact bibliographical description, with valuable his- 
torical notes, of that very rare and curious collection 
of old Dutch voyages, formed with great expense 
and trouble duriug 17 years; — and the first bi- 
bliography of old Dutch voyages. 

3205 [Tinne (A.)] Brief van een Amsterdams Koop- 
man te Petersburg. Amst., 1780. 8vo. 1.50 

{Letter from an Atnsterdam Merchant at Si. 

On the secret negotiation of Amsterdam with 

3206 Tjassens (Joh.) Zee-Politie der Vereenighde 
Nederlanden. 's Gravenhage, /. l^eely, 1652. vel- 
lum. 4to. 8. — 

{Sea -Police of the United Netherlands.) 
The Chapters XIV — XXX of this valuable book 
contain the history of the West- India-Company, 
with reprints of the original document {Octroyen, 
p. 222—268). — This first edition is scarce. 

3207 The same, uncut, very scarce. 10. — 

3208 The same, vellum, Large paper copy. 15. — 

3209 The same, 's Gravenh., /. Veely, 1669. 

calf. 4to. 20.— 

2d edition. The copies with the date 1669 are 
extremely scarce. — In the same volume: 't Boeck 
der Zee-Rechten. Amst. J 678. {The book of mari- 
time laws.) — Weytsen, (Q.) Tractaet van avarien. 
's Grav. 1651. {Treatise of average.) and 2 other 
of the same kind. 

3210 The same, 's Gravenh , 3. Veely, J. Ton- 

gerlo ende Jasp. Boll, 1670. vellum. 4t0. 8. — 

i 3211 Same edition, vellum, fine copy on Large 

I Paper, 4to. 10.— 




This edition ia exactly the same as that of 1669, 
only the title beios; changed, and bearing the words : 
2d edUioH, corrected by ihe author and enlarged 
by almost a hdf. 

As the title states, the editions of 1669 and 1670 
are enlarged by almost a half. This may be seen 
at once from the number of documents, which 
amounts in the first edition to 42, while it is aug- 
mented to 60 in the later reprints. 

3212 Toestand rlor zamenleving in de Vereen. 
Staten v. N. A. {Extr. 1824.) 8vo. —.75 

{Stale of society in the U. St.) 

3213 ToUens (H.) De overwintering der Hollan- 
ders op Nova Zambia, 1596 — 97. 7e druk. Leeu- 
ward. 1860, sm. Svo. —.25 

3214 The Wintering of the Hollanders on Nova 

Zembla, 1596—97. Trans!, from the Dutch by 
Anglo-Saxon. Ibid. I860, sm. Svo. —.75 

Historical poem ; prize-essay published by the 
Society for Dutch literature, and afterwards a 
School book. 

3215 Die Hollander auf Nova Zembla. Ausdem 

Holland, von F. M. Duttonhofer. Stuttgart, 1850. 
woodcuts Svo. 1. — 

German translation of the preceding. 

3216 Tompkins (Dan. D.) Governor of the State 
of N. Y. 1807—17, Vice-President of the U. S. 
1817-25. ~ A. L. S. to General Th. Bailey, 
dat. Carleton, Oct. 10, 1815. 1 p. 4to. 3.- 

"There can be no objection to running the mail 
but once a week from this place to New York," cet. 

3217 A. Signature. 1.— 

3218 Toner <J. M.) On the natural history and 
distribution of Yellow Fever in the United States, 
1668-1874. Washington, 1874. ff it h large map. 
Svo. 1.50 

3219 Tonez (Th. Morton) U S. Senator. — 
A. L. S., without address, (Paris) Hotel del'Em- 
pire, no date. 1 p. 4to, 1.50 

On (Byron's?) Cain : »the two other tragedies 
I think yon will find intolerably stupid — but Cain 
19 the most splendid Devil the world has ytt been 
favor'd with." 

3220 Torfaeus (Th.) Gronlandia antiqua, s. veteria 
Gronlandiae descriptio. Hafniae. 1706. 5 maps, 
calf. Svo. — Rare. 15. — 

3221 Torrey, J., North American Cyperaceae. 
(New York. 1836.) Svo. Out of print and rare. 


3222 A. L. S. to W. L, Marcey, Governor of 

N. Y., dat. N. Y., April 30. 1836. 2 pp. 4to. 1,75 

Declining the appointment of Botanist in the Geo- 
log. Survey of the State of N. Y. 

3223 Toulmin (Jos.) De Americaensche Oorlog 
beweend. Leerrede, uitgesproken te Taunton, 
18 en 25 Febr. 1776. Amst., M. de Bruyn (1777.) 
Svo. 6.— 

{The American War deplored. Sermon held at 


Taunton, 18 and 26 Febr. 1776.) 

Very rare. Rich cites neither this translation, nor 
the English original. 

3224 Tournde a la mode dans les Etats-Unis, oa 
voyage de Charleston a Qui^bec et d'Albany & 
Boston, . . . conten. des particularites inti^ressan- 
tes sur I'histoire, les guerres du Canada, la guerre 
de I'indt^pendance, ect. Trad, de I'Angl., avec 
notes et addit. par M. Bourgeois. Paris, 1829. sd. 
map. Svo. uncut. 1.80 

3225 Tractaet tegens Pays, Treves, en Onder- 
handelinge met den Kon. v. Spaignien. 's Grav. 

1629. — Idem. 2de deel: Redenen, em. Ibid. 

1630. — Idem. 3de deel: Klare Aenwy singe em. 
Ibid, 1630. — 3 parts. 4to. (Asher N". 134, 135, 
136.) 10.— 

{A treatise against Peace, Truce and Negocia' 
tion with the King of Spain.) 

Complete copies in 3 parts are rare. — Asher 
erroneously indicates 12 pp. for the 3d part, it has 
72 pp. — These pamphlets on the trnce with Spain 
are valuable for the history of the West-India- 
Comp,, as it was a vital question for the latter, 
that no peace shoidd be made with Spain: the war 
with Spain was just in those years the principal 
aim and formed the chief revenue of the Company. 

3226 Tractaet van Marine tusschen Karel II vaa 
Engeland met de Staten Gener. d. Vereen. Nederl. 
Amst., 1074. 4to. Uncut. 1.50 

(Treaty of navigation between Charles II of 
England and the States Gener.) 

The last article treats of the navigation to the 
West- Indies. 

3227 Tractaet van Vrede tusschen den Coninck 
van Portugael en de Staten Gener. Middelb. 1663. 
4to. Uncut. Not in Asher's Essay. 2. — 

( Treaty of peace between the King of Portugal 
andjhe Slates General.) 

Relating to the cession of Brazil to the Porta* 
guese, etc. 

3228 Tractaat van Vriendschap en Coramercie 
etc. 'a Gravenhage, Is. Scheltus. 1783. fol. uncut. 

{Treaty of Amity and Commerce between . . . the 
States General of the United Netherlands, and the 
United States of America, 8 Octob. 1782. With 
the Ratifications.) — Official edition; Dutch-En- 
glish opposite. 

.3229 Tractaat (Authentiek) van vriendschap en 

comuiercie tusschen Z. Maj. van Groot-Britanje 

en de Vereen. vStaaten van America. Vert, na het 

gedrukte te Philadelphia, Amsterd., 1795. Svo. 

Uncut. 2.— 

(Authentic Treaty of friendship and commerce 

between R. Maj. of Or Hritain and the United 

States. Transl. after the printed copy of Philad.) 

3230 Tractatus induciarum et cessationis omnia 
hostilit. actus inter regem Lusitaniae et Ordines 
Gener. Prov. Belg. Hagae (Jem. 1642. 4to. (As* 



her N«. 176.) 1.50 

3231 Tractatus. The same, in Dutch, [bid. 1642, 

4to. (Asher No. 178.) 1.50 

This treaty was concluded, after Portugal, sup- 
ported by Holland, had reconquered her indepen- 
dence and retaken her colonial possessions in Asia, 
America etc. 

3232 Tracy (Uriah) Member ofCongress 1793—6, 
U. S. Senator 1796—1807 and President 1800. — 
A. L. S. to Henry Glen, dat. Washington, Jan. 
18, 1802. 1 full page. 4to. 3.50 

Very fine letter: "Once I had health, strength 
and good spirits, now the two former are fled, and 
the last must be courted like youth by age, and 
almost always without success," etc. 

3233 Transactions of the Geological Society of 
Pennsylvania. Vol. I. Part I. Philad. 1834. 6 pla- 
tes. 8vo. 1.75 

3234 Trigautius (N.) De Christiana Expeditione 
apud Sinas suscepta ab Soc. Jesu . . . libri V, in 
quibus Sinensis regni mores, leges . , . describun- 
tur, Aug. Vind. 1615. engraved frontisp. and plate, 
vellum. 4to. — Original-edition, rare. 9.— 

3235 Histoire de I'expedition chrestlenne au 

royanme de la Chine, entreprise par les PP. de 
la Comp. de Jesus . . . trad, par D. F. de Rique- 
bourg. Lyon, 1616. plan, vellum. 8vo. — Rare. 8.— 

3236 Trial of Arthur Hodge, Esq. (late one of the 
Members of H. M's Council for the Virgin Islands) 
at the island of Tortalo, for the murder of his 
Negro raanslave, named Prosper. Stenographic 
taken by A. M. Belisario, Lend. 1811. kf. calf. 
8vo. 1.25 

3237 of Jason Fairbanks, for the murder of 

Elizabeth Fales, at Dedham, in the County of 
Norfolk, 6 and 7 Aug. 1801. 4th. edit. Boston, 
1801. 3d. uncut. 8vo. 2.50 

3238 of Levi Weeks, for the murder of Gu- 

lielma Sands, 30 March and 1 April 1800. Taken 

^ in short-hand by the clerk of the Conrt. {W . Cole- 
'^\.tfian.) New-York. 1800. sd. uncut. 8vo. 3. — 

3^239 Trobriand (Regis de) Quatre ans de cam- 
pagne a I'armee du Potomac. Paris, 1867 — 68. 
2 vols in 1. kf. calf. 8vo. 2.50 

3240 Troef, grooten Troef, tusschen Engelandt en 
Hollandt, gespeelt in tegenwoordigheyt van een 
Fransman, een Spanjacrt, een Portugees, en 
Sweedt ende een Deen. Met vervolg. 1664. 2 parts. 
4to. 6.— 

( Trump^ great Trump between England and Hol- 
land, played in presence of a Frenchman, a Span- 
iard, a Portuguese, a Swede and a Dane.) 

Account — in the form of a dialogue — of the 
differences between Holland and England, which led 
to the war of 1664. It contains also: A short ac- 
count of the disputes in Nova Suecia the history of 
Coymans, the negociations with Portugal on account 
of Brazil etc. — Not in JsAer^t Ettay; rare. 

3241 Troil (IT. v.). Letters on Iceland, during a 
voyage in 1772 ; with Letters of Ihre and BachM^ 
on the Edda and the Elephantiasis, and -S<?r^M 
mans observ. on the Lava. 2d edit. Lond. 1780." 
map, hf. calf. 8vo. 1.50 

3142 Brieven betreflf. eene reize na Yaland. 

Ley den, 1784. map and plates, sd. 8vo. 1. — 

Dutch translation of the preceding. 

3243 TroUope (Mrs. P.) Zeden, gewoonten en 
huiselijk leven der Noord-Araerikanen. Uit het 
Eng. Haarl., 1833. 2 vols. 8vo. (4.80) 2.~ 

{Manners, customs and private life of the Ame- 
ricans. Transl. from Ihe Engl.) 

3244 Jonathan Jefferson Whitlaw, of tooneelen 

aan de boorden van d. Mississippi. Uit het Eng. 
Haarl., 1837. 2 vols. 8vo. (5.60) 2.50 

{Joh. Jefferson Whitlaw, or scenes from the bor- 
ders of the Mississippi. From the Engl.) 

3245 Troost (G.) Fourth geological Report to the 
22d General Assembly of the State of Tennessee. 
Na,shville, 1837. map. 8vo. 1.— ^ 

3246 Troost (P.) Aanteekingen gehouden op eenfl 
reis om de wereld. Rotterd.. 1829. hf. calf, maps™ 
and plates. 8vo. 1.50 

{Notes on a voyage round the world.) 

3247 Tross. — Catalogue of rare and curious books 
relating to America, versions of the scriptures. 
Scarce music, etc., including the collection of 
Mr. Tross (from Paris.) Lond. Puttick and Simp- 
son, 1870. 1874 Nos. 8vo. 2.50 

Important collection of rare and fine books, col- 
lected by the eminent Antiquarian and Bookseller, 
sold at London in consequence of the French-Ger- 
man War. 

3248 Triibner (N.) Bibliographical Guide toAme- 
.rican Literature. Lond, 1859. kf. bd. 8vo. ^ 
\ (11.-) 5.^ 

Si A classed list of books published in the U. S^ 
during this century, with bibliographical introduction, 
notes and index. — Esteemed and useful bibliography. 

3249 The same. Part I. Lond. 1855. cloth. 

8vo. 1.— 

3260 Trumbull (Jon.) Governor of Connecticut 
1769—83, the only Colonial Governor who espou- 
sed the cause of the Colonies. Washington, who 
wholly relied upon him, used to say : „let us see 
what Brother Jonathan says", from which saying 
the nickname of the U. S. is supposed to origi- 
nate. — S. Order to liberate a Mr. G. Lyon, 
dat. Hartford, Jan. 27, 1780. 1 p. fol. — With 
answer endorsed. 6. — 

3251 Autogr. Signature. 2.— 

3252 the Poet, author of Me Fingall (1776), 

etc. — A. L. S. to Mr. Isr. Williams of Hatfield, 

dat. Hartford, Sept. 1, 1792. 2 pp. 4to, 3,— 

On Mr. W.'s case against Col. Leflingwell. 

3253 Tucker (Jos.) Collection of his tracts relating 
to the War between England and the United 

Frbderik Mult.ek & €*., 



States. Glocester, t776. 8 parts in 1 vol. ealfgilt. 

8vo. 10.— 

Valuable ODllection coot.: l». a soluiion 

of the iiuportaut question, whether a poor coaiitry. . . 
cau supplant the trade of a rich country. 2". The 
* case of goiug to war for the sake of trade. — 
3". A letter from a merchant in London to his 
nephew in America, concerning the disturbances in 
in the colonies. — 4". The true interest of Great 
Britain set forth in regard to the colonies. — 
5*. The respective pleas and arguments of the Mo- 
ther Country and of the Colonies distinctly set 
forth. — 6«. A letter to Edm. Burke, etc. 

3254 Tucker (Jos.) Cui Bono ? ou examen quels 
vantages les Anglois ou les Am^ricains, les Fran- 
cois, les Espagnols ou les HoUandais retireront-ils 
de la guerre actuelle? Trad, de I'Angl. Londres, 1782. 
td. uncut. 8vo. 1.50 

3255 Onzijdige brief van een . . . Koopman te 

London, aan zijnen neeve in Ainerika. Utrecht, 
1778. uncut. 8vo. 1.80 

Dutch translation of the Letter from a merchant 
in London, concerning the disturbances, in the colo- 
nies, see NO, 3253. 

3256 Tuckey (J. H.) Aardrljkskunde voor zeevaart 
en koophandel. Naar het Eng. Rotterd., 1819. 
5 stout vols. id. uncut. 8vo. 5. — 

(Maritime and commercial Geography . Re founded 
after the English original.) 

Vol. IV treats of America (700 pp.) 

3257 Turnbull (J.) Reizen in den Stillen Occaan, 
1800—1804. Uit h. Eng. Dordr. 1810-14. 3 vols. 
td. 8vo. 1.25 

{Travels in the Pacific Ocean. From the Engl.) 

3258 Turnbull (Will. P.) The Birds of East 
Pennsylvania and New Jersey. Glascow, 1869. 
plates in the letterpress, hf. bd. royal 8vo. 6. — 

3259 The same. Large Paper. 4to. 10. — 

Printed for private circulation in 150 copies 8vo, 

and 50 copies 4to only. 

3260 Twist (J. V.) Generale Beschryvinghe v. In- 
dien, en bysonder v. Guseratten onder d. grooten 
Mogor. Na de copye tot Batavia, 1638. (Amst. 
1646.) .sq. 4to. 4.— 

{General description of India, especially of Gu- 
seralie under the Great Mogor. — .\fter the copy 
at Batavia, 1638.) 

Original edition, forming part of the Collection 
of Dutch Travels: Begin en Voortgangh. See 
N". 272—74. Very interesting for the state of 
Hindostan at the time. 

3261 The same. Amst. H. Doneker. 1647. 4to. 

Uncut. (Tiele No. 213.) 15.— 

First separate edition, containing only the first 
part of the preceding edition. 

3262 Another copy, in good state, but not 

uncut. 8. — 

3263 The same. Amst., J. Hartgers, 1648. bdt. 


4to. (Tiele N«. 214.) 5.50 

Reprint of the most important parts of N<*. 3260. 

3264 Twist (J. V.) The same with addition of: 't Jour- 
nael v. W. Sehram eu de Zeeslagh tegen Claes Com- 
paen {Journal of W. Sehram and the sea -fight against 
CI. Compaen.) Amst., H. Doneker, 1651. hf. vellum. 
4t0. Fery fine and tall copy, nearly uncut. Rare. 
(Tiele NO. 216.) 9.— 

With 7 pi. in the text. This edition contains only 
the 1st part of the description by v. Twist. — The 
added journal if Sehram with the sea-fight against 
the pirate CI. Compaen haj a separate title, dat<xi 

3265 Tijdschrift van het AardrjikskundigGenoot- 
schap, gevestigd te Amsterdam, onder redactie 
van C. M. Kan en N. W. Posthumns. Amst. 
1874. many maps. 4tO. (S.20) 5. — 

First annual series of this periodical, published 
by the Geographical Society, established at Amster- 
dam in 1872. — Very interesting. 

3266 Tyson (Ph. T,), Memoir on the geology and 
topography of Ca