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£2. 168

2201 (SARPI) (Pietro, Polano) Historia del Concilio Tridentino, 4to. vellum, 786d 1629 2202

Istoria del Concilio Tridentino, 7 vols. 12mo. hf. russia, gilt, 258 1835 2203 SCHLEIERMACHER'S sämmtliche Werke: zur Theologie, Volg. 2, 3, 4, 7, 11;

Predigten, 1-8; zur Philosophie, 2-5, together 18 vols. (published at £6. 68) sd. £2. 58

Berlin, 1834-39 2204 Predigten, Vols. 1, 2, 4, and 7, 8vo. hf. calf, 68

1834 2205 SCHOLZ (J. M. A.) Einleitung in die Heiligen Schriften des alten und neuen Testaments, 2 vols. 8vo. (pub. at 188) hf. calf gilt, 98 .

Köln, 1845 2206 SCHRÖDER, Das erste Buch Mose ausgelegt mit Einleitungen, berichtigter Uebersetzung und erklärenden Anmerkungen, 8vo. half calf, 58

Berlin, 1844 2207 SCHROECKH (J.M.) Christliche Kirchengeschichte, bis zu 1517,mit dem Allge.

meinen Register, 35 vols. portrait.-Christliche Kirchengeschichte seit der Re. formation, bis 1648, Vols. 1-3;—together 38 vols. 8vo. bright old calf gilt,

Leipzig, 1772-1805 Priced, 1830, Black and Armstrong, 35 vols. £11. 118; fetched, 1832, Sotheby's, £5.786d.

The best compendious Church History, according to PROTESTANT views, still unsurpassed by any work of similar extent. Of late it has become scarce. The “ Kirchengeschichte seit der Re. formation" ought to be 10 vols. 2208 STRAUSS, Das Leben Jesu, 2 vols. 8vo. sd: 108

Tübingen, 1838-9 2208*TASSIS (M. A.), Vita di S. Grata vergine, Regina nella Germania, poi Principessa di Bergamo, 4to. portrait, vellum, 5s

Padova, 1723 2209 THEOLOGISCHE STUDIEN und KRITIKEN : eine Zeitschrift für das gesammte

Gebiet der Theologie, in Verbindung mit Gieseler, Lücke und Nitzsch, herausgegeben von C. ULLMANN und F. W. C. UMBREIT, 1828-48; mit Register,

1828-37 ; 22 vols. 8vo. (pub. at £10. 10s) cloth, rare, £8. 88 Hamb. 1828-48 2210 – - the same, 1854-1856 pt. 1, and 1856 pts. 3 and 4, 11 parts, 8vo. sewed, 12s


miensi ad annum 1717, 4 vols. folio, a good copy in calf, £20. Lond. 1837

VERY RARE, a most important library book, seldom offered at such a low price. 2212 WRIGHT's (Thos.) Early Christianity in Arabia, 8vo. cloth, 4s 6d


EARLY 'LITURGICAL LITERATURE, in all LANGUAGES. 2212*BOSSNA (Fra Mattheo de) Libro intitolato Instruttione Christiana con i Miracoli

della Madonna del medessimo Autore, in Lingua Illirica e Carattere Illirico, 2 vols. in 1, stout 12mo. woodcuts, fine copy with autograph of Anquetil Duperron, EXCESSIVELY RARE, rough calf, £5.58

Venetiis, 1611 The great rarity of these works, printed for circulation in Illyria by the Sabios and family of Aldus, is too well known to require any comment. No other copy of this work can be traced in any public sale. 2213 BREVIARIUM GRÆCUM, continens Calendarium, Rubricas, Psalterium cum Canti

cis, Horologium et Officia varia, Græce, curante Antonio Arcudio, small thick 8vo. elegantly printed in black, with the rubrics in red, by ALDUS, and probably the last book under his superintendence as it was not published till after his death, VERY RARE, £5.

Venetiis in Typographia Vaticana, 1598 Italian binding of the XVIth century. Beautiful copy, ruled, in old olive morocco, gilt edges, the sides and back ornamented, having the arms of the first owner stamped, also in gold, on each side of the cover. This work was written by order of the Pope for the use of the Greeks living at that time in Calabria and Sicily, and who, although presumed to be Roman Catholics, even still retain many of their peculiar habits, the most curious of all being the marriage of the priests ! 2214 BREVIARIUM Romanum, Deutsch mit Kalendar, numerous elegant wood

engravings, BLACK LETTER, with the rubrics in red, 4to. a good copy, without the first (a blank) leaf, newly bound in morocco, old style, gilt edges, £10.

Venedig, durch Gregorium de Gregoriis, 1518 This is perhaps one of the rarest books in existence, of which we believe no copy bas ever been submitted to auction in this country. The version was printed at the expense of the Count and Countess of Frangepane, who at the time were, and had been for 53 months as prisoners of war, confined in the Gaol called Dorasel (Torcello, near Venice), and is supposed to have been entirely distributed by them in presents. In the first Woodcut are full length portraits of the Count and his Countess. The volume contains nearly 650 leaves, and its state of preservation is perfect in every respect. This is the only German book of any importance printed at Venice at that early period. Libri Catalogue.

Libri's copy fetehed at Sotheby's 1859, £11. 118.

rare, £2. 2s

2215 BUGENHAGEN (Johann) Wat me van dem Closter Leven de holden schal,

allermeyst vor de Nunnen unde Bagynen gheschreven, uth der hilgen Schrifft, Hamborch, Jurg Richolff, 1529, with the rare last leaf, being the printer's mark -Der Keyserliken Stadt Lübeck christlike Ordeninge dorch J. Bugenhagen, 1531—both works in Low German, in 1 vol. 18mo. original vellum binding, very

1529-31 Equally interesting to the Philologist and the Student of Church History. 2216 HEURES a lusaige de Rome tout au long sans riēs requerir, avec les figures de

la vie de l'homme : et la destruction de Hierusalem, 4to. many large and small woodcuts, comprising the DANCE OF DEATH, elegant borders round each page, old

red edges, fine and well preserved copy, £7. Par. Gil. Hardouyn, 1513 2217 MARGARITA THEOLOGICA, in Low German: SPANGENBERG (Predeker tho

Northusen) De Hövet Articule der reinen christliken Lere, up vrage wyse gestellet, Magedeborch, dorch Hans Walther, 1544– LUTHER's viele schöne Sprüche aus göttlicher Schrifft, Wittemberg, 1548-in 1 vol. 12mo. old binding, dated

.1548, 12s 2218 OFFICIUM B. Mariae, Pii V. jussa editum, 18mo. woodcuts, bound in silk,

beautifully EMBROIDERED WITH GOLD LACE, a medallion PORTRAIT in the centre, £2. 2s

Romae, in aedibus Populi Romani, 1571 2218*OFFICIUM beate Marie virginis scdm. verum usum Romanum, cum missa

ejusdem et septem psalmis penitentialibus, cum Officio mortuorum, Horis sancte Crucis, etc. sm. 8vo. PRINTED UPON VELLUM, with woodcuts, including 15 the size of the page, the capitals coloured and gilt

, large margin, original binding, £2. 12s 6d Paris, Egidius Hardouyn et expensis Germanni Hardouyn, 1514 The Collation is irregular, but the book is perfect. The first leaf, a blank one, is apparently wanting, but one similar to the printed book is inserted; then follows the Almanack from 1513-27, complete, being sheet A. 7 leaves ; there exists no Sign. B., (evidently not printed); the work extends from Sign. C. to 0. in eights. 2219 PASSIONAEL EFTE DAT LEVENT DER HYLLIGHEN to dude uth dem latino mit

velen nyen hystorien unde leren, etc. in Low German, stout 4to. many very rude woodcuts, a good copy in beautiful old calf gilt binding, Cyphers on back, £5.

Gheendighet un ghedrukket dorch dath beueel Steffani Arndes ynwaner un

borgher der Keyserliken stad Lübeck, ynt yaer unses heren, Mccccc un vij Very rare ; the only copy I have ever had was an imperfect one; in Thorpe's catalogues I have only traced one copy, that wanting the title. 2220 PINII Liturgia Mozarabica, tractatus hist. de Liturgia antiqua hispanica, gothica, mozarabica, toletana, mixta, folio, bds. uncut, 158

Romæ, 1740 2221 PONTIFICALE ROMANUM, ad omnes pontificias ceremonias accomodatum, fol.

printed in black and red, Gothic letter, with sacred music noted on four staves, and beautiful woodcuts, old Venetian morocco, 36s

Venet. 1572 2222 RITUS Ecclesiastici Augustensis Episcopatus, auctoritate D. Marquardi Epis

copi, small very stout 4to. printed in red and black, the music in four lines, stamped monastic binding, very fine copy, 21s

Dilingae, 1580 MANUSCRIPTS AND DRAWINGS:-a. EUROPEAN. 2223 ABYSSUM DUPLICATUM, cum Hieroglyphis (Unser General Regel) a very

curious German MS. on Alchemy, 2 vols. folio, 320 leaves, well written, hf. bd. 258

(P 1700) 2223*ALCHEMY. Three curious old MSS. : · Arcanum Arcanorum, Confession de

Henri KHUNRATH, 92 leaves, very neatly written, with Index-An old English collection of Chemical and Alchemical Receipts, mostly extracted from still earlier English, Latin and French MSS. some marked, such as Ex MSS. C. H. 30 martis, 1667,” affixed to an English cosmetic, etc. 101 leaves ; Medicinalia, 12 leaves, Characteres, 2 leaves, in 1 vol. vellumChymica progymnasmata, 145 pp.; Physico-magico-medica, in 1 vol. old calf-together, the 3 vols.

18mo. 128 2224 ALBUM OF DRAWINGS IN RICH COLOURS UPON VELLUM, Motto within a wreath

of Flowers, “ Natura e bella per la varieta,4to. a series of 99 Drawings of Birds, FLOWERS and INSECTS, mostly the three combined on one Drawing ; also a few elegant Drawings of the Female Human figure, old black morocco, gilt edges, £8. 8s

XVII. s. The Drawings of Birds are particularly attractive; every drawing would be very cheaply valued at half a guinea each, making a cost of £50.

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2224*ALBUM of LANDSCAPES, COATS-OF-Arms and AUTOGRAPHS, containing 4 scenes

of domestic Interiors ; 3 street views in HALLE ; 3 Landscapes with Fauns and Nymphs; the discovery of the pregnancy of Calisto whilst bathing with Diana and her nymphs; and a beautiful MINIATURE-finished figure of Apollo, holding a shield on which is emblazoned the coat-of-arms of the proprietor of the volume, all finely painted; also 3 coats-of-arms executed in gold and colours : the whole on pure VELLUM, elaborately finished, interleaved with Latin, French and German verses and mottoes, oblong 12mo. old maroon morocco, tooled back and sides, £2. 2s

Halle, 1718-20 Contains amongst others the following autographs : J. C. and Godf. Frid. Hübner, Halle, 1720; J. M. Hassius, Lipsiae, 1717 ; Lanthelme, sécrétaire de S. M. Britannique, à la Haye, 1720; C. G. Welser, à Halle, 1719; Heinr. Werner, Halae, 1720; F. C. G. Braun, Lipsiae, 1717; etc, 2225 ALBUM of MARC ANTONI WELSER ; A curious volume, containing Latin, Ger

man and French poetry in the autographs of many members of noble families, learned and distinguished men, his friends ; interspersed with 26 COATS-OFArms, carefully finished in gold, silver and colours, oblong 12mo. old morocco,

back and sides covered with fleurs-de-lis, £4. 4s This is an interesting memorial of a member of the noble and rich family of Welser, distinguished for their patronage of art and literature as well as for their association with the princes of Europe. It contains the following autographs, accompanied with the coats-of-arms of the writers : Carolus Emmanuel Abbas Madrusius Comes Auij et Chiallanti, 1620; Joannes S. R. Imperii Barifer Haereditarig, Baro in Walpurg, 1620 ; Arthurus Lake, Anglus, 1616; Sigism. Kheuenhüller, Baron d'Arcblenberg, 1620.; Eusebig, Baro in Froberg et Huimer, 1620; Sigismund, Baro a Scrattenpark, 1620; Edwardus Engelsand, 1621 ; Geo. a Rombergh, Bourges, 1618; P. P. Munka d'Eywanczicz, Siena, 1620; J. Spindler, Vienna, 1618; M. Bayer, Romae, 1620, Heuber, Florentiae, 1619; P. Lefebure de Bourges, 1618; and others : also many others without coats-of-arms. 2226 ALEXANDRI GALLI DOCTRINALE, MANUSCRIPT with an Inscription of the Scribe,

stating, Ego Agno veni in hoc claustrum Monte Beata Virginis, Anno Salutis MCCCCC 3.”—Grammaticæ, Pars II. MS.-Joannis de Garlandia Angli_Synonimæ et Æquivoca, unpublished Manuscript of this celebrated English Poet, of whose Lines de Æquivocis only the first nine have been printed by Leyser-Composita Verba Joannis Synthis, in I thick vol. 4to. Manuscript in the original ornamented German binding of the beginning of the XVIth century, with clasps, 36s

Sec. XV.-XVI. 2227 ALEXANDRI MAGNI VITA. Item Epistola: Machabei Principis Judæorum ad

Alexandrum, Manuscript of this celebrated Romance of Chivalry, 4to. very distinctly written, bds. 218

Sec. XV, At the end of the Vita are the “ Versus Dotomei Phyllosophi," and other Carmina. On the last two leaves in a more modern writing, but evidently of the XVth Century, is “ Epistola Ferdinanda Regis Siciliæ ad Papam de Discordiis Italiæ,” dated “xxi Junii, 1482." 2228 AMERICA. Decretos del concilio provincial del Peru hechos en la Ciudad de

los Reyes, 1591: Compendio y Sumario de los Synodos Limenses, 1582-4-5-6-8, 1590-2-4 hecho del Illo. P. Don S. Alph. Mogroveso, Arcobispo de los Reyes, public. en el Pueblo de Guaraz, 1596-8; Orden de castigar los Yndios, 1598, at the end is a list of Bishops and

other dignitaries composing the Synod ; Sinodo Diocessano Limense de el Lcdo. Fr. de Avila en 27 de Junio, 1600, de el Licdo. Fr. de Avila, Constituciones Synodales, 1602-4; in 1 vol. 4to. 136 pages neatly

written, vellum, 36s

This is one of the authentic sources that illustrate the early history of the Spanish government in America, which only rarely occur for sale and cannot be too carefully preserved. This MS. shews more particularly the ecclesiastical government; its power at this time (1598) in temporal affairs is shewn by the 211 decrees in the " Orden de castigar los Yndios.” It is written by Ginez de Alarcon, notario secretario at CIUDAD DE LOS REYES (Peru), 1604. 2229 APOCALYPSIS. Explicit liber apochalipsis sci iohānis apli et euāgeliste cū

glo’sis magistri nicolai de lira. Est magnifici Petri Guerruci, nec non filior., eius nunc occupantiū Muriani Oppidum, quod distat a Venitiis itus Sagittæ, 4to. MANUSCRIPT ON VELLUM, beautifully written, having in the first initial a miniature of St. John, and the first page surrounded by a border in which are introduced the yhs and the Guerruci arms, £4. 4s

Saec. XV. A most beautiful specimen of Venetian binding of the XVth Century, the sides covered with elaborate gold and blind tooling, the edgeş gilt and gaufré. This valuable manuscript is an early Italian version of N, de Lyra's Commentary, the Text of St. Jobn being only in Latin, accompanied by a Translation into Italian.

2230 APOLLONII RHODII Argonauticon. E Manuscriptis codicibus, adhibitis suis

etiam et doctorum virorum conjecturis, emendavit et descripsit R. F. P. Brunck, Argentorati die xxi Martii, 1775, large 4to. MS. upon vellum. It is in the autograph of the learned editor Brunck, and exhibits a remarkable instance of beautiful and uniform penmanship in Greek, an art so rarely combined with pro

found learning, 65. 2231 ÅRITHMETIC. Instruction dans l'Arithmétique, folio, a beautifully executed

French MS., interspersed with some curious Verses in French, with numerous ORNAMENTED CAPITALS, and many cleverly executed Designs of Birds, Flowers, and other figures in colours, ruled throughout with red lines, an unpublished work, vellum, 24s

circa 16– 2232 ASTROLOGY: An Ancient German Handbook of Astrology and Astronomy,

and Rules of Life throughout the year, by Hanns Glockengieser, folio, 352 pp. most carefully written, with 25 pen and ink drawings of very rude execution, in very fine preservation, bound in a quaint leather cover, somewhat in the oriental style, £4. ios

(ca. 1500) 2233 ATHANASII Alexandrini contra Gentiles Libri II per Ambrosium Monachum

Florentinum e Græco in Latinum traducti, 4to. manuscript on vellum, by an Italian Scribe, having a border and the two Initial Letters richly illuminated in gold and colours, £5. 58

Sæc. XV. A very elegant specimen of Italian MOROCCO binding of the XVth century, the sides richly ornamented. 2234 BERNARDI (S.) Opusculum de Laudibus Virginis Matris ; Sermones LXV et

Institutio quomodo canere et psaltere debeamus, 4to. MANUSCRIPT ON VELLUM, with the INITIAL LETTER, containing portrait of the Saint, illuminated in gold

and colours, in the original oak bds, in a fine state of preservation, £4.4s Sæc. XV. 2235 BERNEGGERI (Matthæi) Notationum Partes tres, quibus Proportionum Instru. menti Fabrica et Usus explicantur, 4to. 74 pp. 58

Sæc. XVIII. Although without the name of the author, this is the original manuscript, with many autograph alterations and corrections of the instructions added by Bernegger to his translation, printed Argen. torati, 1635, in 4to., of the work of his friend the great Galileo : Le Operazioni del Compasso Geometrico, etc. This work of Bernegger was afterwards translated into Italian, and printed amongst the Opere di Galileo. 2236 BIBLIA SACRA LATINA, MS. on VELLUM, 12mo. 469 leaves, very neatly written,

with illuminated Capitals, in old Venetian morocco, richly tooled, £8.8s Sec. XIV. 2237 BIBLIA SACRA LATINA, cum Interpretatione Nominum Hebræorum, small

4to. Manuscript of the XIVth Century, upon vellum, written in double columns, and extending over many hundred pages, the initial letters in colours, blue mo

roeco, gilt sides, morocco joints, and gilt edges, £7. 10s 2238 BURY (Ă.) Latitudinarius Orthodoxus; accesserunt Vindiciæ Libertatis Christiana

Ecclesiæ Anglicanæ et Arthuri Bury, contra Ineptias et Calumnias P. Jurieu, 8vo. MS. on paper, old russia, 3s 6d

Londini, 1697 2239 BYROM (John) Universal English Short Hand, 420 pp. half bound, 15$

Sæc. XVIII (1768) Evidently prepared for a new edition, with a preface respecting the perfection of Mr. Byrom's method; half the volume consists of old white paper. 2240 CAMBRIDGE. Statuta Collegii Reginalis, 4to. MS. on paper, trans. by J, Sharpe, Butler of the College, 2s 6d

1772 2241 CASTILLO (Diego Enriquez del, “ Coronista Capellan y de su Consejo”) Coronica

del quarto Don Enrique de Gloriosa Memoriae, fol. 480 pp. vellum, 258 Sæc. XVI.

This Chronicle was not published until 1787, and the manuscripts contain many interesting variations from the printed text. 2242 CELADENI (Alexii, “ Episcopi Gallipolitani”) Libri III. Consolationis ad Maxi

milianum Augustum de Obitu Filii deque ipsa Morte in genere, 4to. 204 pp. bds. 5s

Sæc. XVI. We do not find the name of this writer mentioned by any author that we have perused. 2243 CHAMBERLAND DE LA FAY (Avocat au Parlement de Paris) La Medicine uni

verselle avec les Règles et l'Ordre à observer pour la Manipulation, 4to. 156 pages, calf, 7s 6d

Septembre, 1767 An autograph manuscript on Alchemy.


2244 CHARLES I.-INVENTORIES of the PICTURES, Plate, Jewels, Statues,

with their valuations, as possessed by King Charles I. and appraised during the Commonwealth and K. Charles II. a well written OFFICIAL MS., folio, 61 pp. and MS. Index, half bound, £7.78

(ca. 1681) Highly interesting for the History of Art in England. CONTENTS : Goods inventoried in Ludlow Castle belonging to the late King, Oct. 31, 1680– Paintings from Wimbleton House-Goods at Holmby House-Goods in Carisbrook Castle, appraised Oct. 17, 1680 -Goods at Somerset House, etc, and various other establisbments - Contracts made of the late King's Goods between the contractors of the sale thereof and the respective byers (sic), setting forth the numbers of the persons, to whom sold, and for what above the appraisement, as also the time when sold (from 1649-1653). The valuation was £62017., the surplus about £2000.-The Tower Jewell House-Tbe Regalia from Westminster-Goods at Wimbleton, appraised 7th June, 1649—Pictures in Greenwich-Pictures out of the Beer Gallery and Privy Lodgings at Whitehall Pictures at Oatlands, appraised 13 Sept., 1649–Pictures at Nonsuch, Sept. 22, 1649-Inventory of the Pictures at Hampton Court, appraised Oct. 5, 1649—Pictures at St. James's, etc. etc. including even many very small items of Goods in the hands of Institutions and private Individuals. 2245 CHRYSOLORUS' Greek Grammar, followed by the Creed, the Lord's Prayer, and the Hail Mary, A GREEK MS. ON VELLUM, 12mo. 78 pages, half bound,

Sæc. XVI. 2246 CONTARENI (Gasparis Cardinalis) de Magistratibus et Republica Venetorum Libri V. 4to. 140 pages, bds. 58

Sec. XVI. 2247 CORSINI (Monsignore: Clemente XII?) Avvertimenti e Ricordi Politici-Docu

menti Politici e Morali (Favole) del Dott. Annibal Lomeri di Siena Accad. Filomato detto il Satirico-Avvertimenti bellissimi per la Corte del Sig. Conte di Verrua Amb. Residente di Savoia in Roma, folio, 232 pages, boards, 218

Sæc. XVII-XVIII. An interesting collection. The political Favole of Lomeri are very singular. We cannot find any mention showing that these works were printed. 2248 CRAMER (Gabriel) Cours de Mathématique, folio, 340 pages, half red morocco, 30s

Sec. XVIII. In the autograph of Soubeyran, the Genevan engraver, and apparently a course of lectures given by the celebrated Professor Cramer, author of the “ Analyse des Lignes Courbes." At the beginning there is an interesting autograph letter by M. Al. Monteil (the author of well-known works on French history) dated 10 Sept. 1836. 2249 CRUCIFIXION. An ancient GREEK OIL PAINTING on canvass of Christ

crucified between two thieves, in the back ground is the temple of peculiar architecture, on the cross is the SLAVONIC abbreviation for Christ, and on the top of the picture is "the Crucifixion of our Lord Jesus Christ," in SLAVONIC

letters; measuring 23 inches by 18, £2. 2s

A Sebastopol relic taken by one of Her Majesty's officers from a private house there. The old worm-eaten frame in which it was hung, crumbled to dust the moment it was touched. It is a singular specimen of early Graeco-Russian Art, the expression of the three faces, that of the Redeemer as well as of the penitent and impenitent thief being curiously recorded. 2250 DIPLOMATA VIII. Pactum Venditionis Ceppato, 1244-Pactum Emphiteosis,

Pisis, 1375–Sententia Curiæ Reipublicæ Florentinæ, pro Filiis Grassolini, 1440 - Contractus Matrimonii Gianotti de Calis, cum Alexandra de Taiolis, 1497Confirmatio Emphiteosis (Breve Pontificis), Pisis, 1568-Procurationes duæ 1562 et 1595— Attestatio qualificans Personam Familiamque Petri Bucchianti nobilem di S. Gemignano, 1577, eight original deeds on vellum, with signatures,

etc. 12s 2251 DISPHILÓ (Giovan Carlo, “ Cognomento, Pittore Cesenate") Poesie Pastorali, 12mo. 76 pp. bds. 78

Sæc. XVI. (28 Dec. 1507) As a poet, as well as a painter, the name of Giovan Carlo Disphilo is quite unknown in Italian literature. 2252 DUPRÉ DE SAINT-MAURE (Nicolas-François) sur les Mesures des Anciens, folio, 312 pp. vellum wrapper, 258

Sæc. XVIII. An Autograph Manuscript of the very learned author of the “Essai sur les Monnoies," "Recherches sur la Valeur des Monnoies et sur le Prix des Grains," and other works. It seems dever to have been published. 2253 ELUCIDARIUS RERUM REALIUM, sive Erklärung der wirklichen Dinge, fol, an

early German MS. of 324, pp. on Natural History, shewing the Medical knowledge on Zoology, Mineralogy and Botany, bds. £3. 10s Written in Vienna, ca. 1365

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