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734 Sardinian. Cossu, la Coltivazione de' Gelsi e propagazione de' Filugelli in

Sardegna, Tom. I.: Moriografia Sarda ossia Catechismo Gelsario, 8vo. half id. 58

Cagliari, 1788 735 PORRU (Vincenzo Raimoldo) Saggio di Gramatica sul Dialetto Sardo Meri. dionale, small 4to. hf. bd. morocco extra, scarce, 30s

Cagliari, nella Reale Stamperia, 1811 736 PURQUEDDU, Tesoro della Sardegna ne' Bachi e Gelsi, poema Sardo e Italiano,

12mo. front. and plates, stiff covers, uncut, fine sound copy, 20s Cagliari, 1779 737 Sicilian. CARINISI (Antuninu Damianu) Lu vivu mortu Effettu di lu piccatu

di, la Carni causatu da lu vanu e bruttu Amuri de li Donni Causa principali d' ogni Dannu, 18mo. bds. 7s 6d

Messina, 1746 A very scarce and curious poem in the Sicilian dialect. 738 COMPONIMENTI Poetici SICILIANI tradotti in Firenze, in Epigrammi (Latini) e Sonetti (Italiani), 4to. vellum, scarce, 168

Firenze, 1738 In Sicilian, Latin, and Italian ; the last by G. P. Berzini. 739 MELI (Giov.) Poesie Siciliane, 7 vols. 12mo. portrait and vignettes, half calf, 158

Palermo, 1814 740 the same, Vols. 1-5, 12mo. sd. 3s 6d

1814 These highly interesting Poems have valuable philological foot-notes. 741 PASQUALINO (Mich.) Vocabulario Siciliano etimologico, italiano, e latino, 5 vols. 4to. vellum backs, edges cut, 36s

Palermo, 1785-95 Very rare. “Selon Eber, l'Auteur de cet ouvrage peu connu en France a fait de profondes et heureuses recherches sur les etymologies." - Brunet.

Priced, 1834, Thorpe, £3. 38 ; 1847, H. Bohn, £2. 28 ; 1855, Quaritch, £2. 108; 1853, the Dean of Peterborough's copy fetched £2. 108, and was afterwards priced £3. 138 6d. 742 RAU E REQUESENS (Monsignor D. Simonde) Rime, 16mo. with autograph of Pat. Brydone, 1770," (the Traveller), vellum, 21s

Venetia, per li Giunti, 1672 This very scarce volume contains the Author's CANZUNI SICILIANI, written in the Sicilian dia. lect. On the fly-leaf at the end is a Manuscript sonnet, “ Risposta data dal Gran Visir al Re di Prussia,” also in the Sicilian dialect. *743 TEMPIU (Duminicú) Operi, in Sicilian, 2 vols. in 1, sm. 4to. portrait, half morocco, uncut, 208

Catania, 1814 744 Venetian. BOSCHINI (Marco) La Carta del Navegar Pitoresco Dialogo tra un

Senator Venetian Deletante e un Professor de Pitura in Otto Venti (in quartine in Dialetto Veneziano), sm. 4to. frontispiece, portrait and plates etched by the Author himself, £2.

Venetia, per li Baba, 1660 “Operetta interessantissima fatta da un insigne conoscitore delle arti, e piena di accorgimento, scritta in dinletto Veneto, col ritratto dell'autore, e una galleria di pitture al fine in 26 tavole illustrate, e inventate dall'autore medesimo."— Cicognara. 745 COLLEZIONE delle migliori Opere, scritte in dialetto Veneziano, 12 vols.-Poeti antichi, 2 vols.- 14 vols. 16mo. sd. 258

Venezia, 1817 746 PATRIARCHI (Gasparo) Vocabolario Veneziano e Padovano, co' termini e modi corrispondenti Toscani, 4to. hf. bound, 9s

Padova, 1821 747 SCHIESON. Opere di Giovanni Pozzobon Trivigiano, detto Schieson, Venetian Poetry, 5 vols. 12mo. hf. morocco, 158

Padova, (1787) 748 TASSO (Torquato) El Goffredo conta' alla Barcariola, dal Dottor Tomaso Mon

dini, Venetian and Italian, 4to. two sets of plates inserted, one series being after Bernardo Castelli, RED MOROCCO, gilt edges, VERY RARE, £4.

Veň. 1704 “ Il est remarquable que dans les assemblées du Grand-conseil de Venise, on était obligé de parler le Dialecte Venetien, l'usage de la langue Toscane n'était toléré que dans l'exorde." - Daru. 749 GINGUENÉ (P. L.) Histoire Littéraire d'Italie; augmentée par Danou, et continuée par SALFI, 14 vols. 8vo. hf. bd. calf, £5.

Par. 1824-35 750 - Histoire Littéraire d’Italie, continuée par Salfi, 12 vols. 8vo. sewed, £2. 12s

Paris, 1812-34 The latter volumes are extremely rare, having been destroyed by fire.

SPANISH BOOKS. 751 ALDRETE, del Origen y Principio de la Lengua Castellana ò Romance, folio,

facsimiles of ancient Spanish Inscriptions, calf gilt, fine copy from the libraries of Lord de Rothesay and Jas. Kennedy, Esq. rare, 21s

Madrid, 1674 752 ALVARADO, Spanish and English Dialogues, an easy method of learning either language, with PROVERBS, etc. stout 12mo. calf, rare, 5s

1719

753 COBARRUVIAS OROZCO (Sebastian de) Tesoro de la Lengua Castellana, o Española, thick folio, a good copy in calf, £2.

Madrid, 1611 The oldest Spanish Dictionary, much esteemed and sought after by Spanish Scholars. The work is very rare in Spain. Brunet and Salva do not mention it. 754 CONNELLY (T.) y T. HIGGINS, Diccionario de las dos Lenguas Española é In

glesa ; Spanish-English and English-Spanish Dictionary, 4 vols. 4to. a good sound copy in Spanish calf, £3.

Madrid, 1797-98 The Dean of Peterborough's copy fetched £3.88. The best and most complete Spanish and English Dictionary, comprising all the Idioms, Proverbs, Marine Terms, Metaphorical Expressions, &c. in both languages. 755 MEDINA, Arte explicado y grámatico perfecto, 4to. calf, 3s Madrid, 1825 756 NEBRIJA, Diccionario; Dictionarium Aelii Antonii Nebrissensis Grammatici,

I. Dictiones latino-hispana, II. Nomina propria, III. Neotericæ ac vulgares

regionum appellationes, IV. Romance en Latin, folio, calf, 58 Madrid, 1758 757 NEUMAN and BARETTI's Spanish-English and English-Spanish Dictionary, seventh

edition, enlarged and revised by Seoane, 2 vols. 8vo. 1650 pp. double columns, (pub. at 32s) 20s

1831 758 OLLENDORFF's NEW METHOD of Learning to Read, Write, and Speak the

Spanish Language, with an Appendix, containing a brief but comprehensive Recapitulation of the Rules as well as of all the Verbs, both Regular and Irregular, so as to render their use easy and familiar to the most ordinary capacity, Together with Practical Rules for Spanish Pronunciation, and Models of Social and Commercial Correspondence, the whole designed for young learners and persons who are their own instructors, by M. VELASQUEZ and T. SIMONNE, Professors of the Spanish Language, stout 12mo. bound, 88

1851 759

The Key to the same, 4 760 URCULLU, Gramatica Inglesa, 12mo. tercera edicion, (pub. at 8s) bd. 38 6d 1845 761 ACADEMIA ESPAÑOLA, Obras premiadas por la, 1777-82, Tomo I. 4to. cf. 58 (1782) 762 ALCALA (Geron.) el Donado Hablador, Vida y Aventuras de Alonso, Mozo de muchos annos, 2 vols. 12mo. calf, 4s

Madrid, 1804 763 ALDRETE (Ber.) Antiguedades de España, Africa, y otras provincias, 4to. engraved title, old calf, 20s

Amberes, 1614 “ Opus doctissimum simulque rarissimum, etc.”-Meuselii Bibl. Hist. Vol. II. . 2, p. 322. “ Ouvrage savant peu commun et plein de grandes et doctes recherches."- Lenglet.

Priced, 1826, Payne and Foss, mor. £3.38 ; Bernal's copy fetched, 1855, £2.88. 764 ALEMAN (M.) Guzman d'Alfarache, primera y segunda parte, 4to. limp vellum, sound copy, rare, 7s 6d

Madrid, por Pablo de Val, 1641 765 Guzman d'Alfarache, sm. 4to. antique calf, 10s

Madrid, 1661
“ The Spanish Proteus, which, though writ
But in one tongue was formed with the world's wit;
And hath the noblest mark of a good booke,
That an ill man doth not securely looke
Upon it; but will loathe or let it passe

As a deformed face doth a true glasse.”Ben Jonson. "" The first edition of the first part appeared, Madrid, 1599, and two editions besides in the same year. The most ample portraiture of the Catariberas, or the gayer one of Picaros, that is to be found in Spanish Literature. It was very successful, falling in with the vices and humours of tie times of the loose Court of Philip III. after the hypocrisy and constraints of the last dark years of Philip II. The genuine second part appeared, Valencia, 1605. The Second part, published 1603, under the name of Mateo Luxan de Sayavedra, though not without literary merit, is a forgery."

Ticknor, III. p. 56. 766 ALMOSNINO (Rabi Moysen) Extremos y Grandezas de Constantinople; traducido por Cansino, sm. 4to. frontispiece, calf, 38

Madrid, 1638 767 ANTONINO Libro Aureo de Marco Aurelio, Emperador y eloquentissimo Orador nueuamente impresso (por Antonio de Guevara Obispo de Guadix), 18mo.

fine copy in orange morocco extra, gilt edges, rare, 14s Enveres per Juan Steelsio, 1534

This is a Romance written by Antonio de Guevara Bishop of Cadiz. 768 ARAGONES (Mosen Alfonso) La Histora de la Donzella Teodor, sm.

4to. woodcuts, a scarce Romance, bds, 36s

Sevilla, Pedro Gomez de Pastrana, 1641 769 ARANA DE VARFLORA (D. Fermin) Hijos de Sevilla illustres en Santidad, letras, armas, artes, ò dignidad, sm. 4to. 3 parts in 1 vol. sd. 108

1791 770 ARGENSOLA, Anales d'Aragon, que prosigue Curita, 1216-1520, stout folio, good copy in calf, 12s

Caragoça, 1630

D

771 BACALLAR (D. Vic.). Comentarios de la Guerra de España, e Historia de Phelipe

V. desde el principio de sa reynado hasta 1725, 2 vols. Genova, s. a. -Memorias politicas, y militares para servir de continuacion, 2 vols. Madrid, 1756-63, together 4 vols. sm. 4to. Španish calf, 9s

1756-63 772

another edition, 4 vols. sm. 4to. calf, 108 Madrid y Genova, 1792.93 “ Ouvrage fort estimé, surtout sous le rapport militaire.”Brunet. 1843, Salva, 40 fr. 773 Basque Provinces. Coleccion de Cédulas, Cartas Patentes, Provisiones, Reales Ordenes

y otros Documentos concernientes a las Provincias Vascongadas : Vizcaya, Guipuzcoa, Alava, y Continuacion, 6 vols. sm. 4to. good copy in Spanish calf, £2. 108

Madrid, 1829-33 An indispensable work for obtaining authentic information relative to the history, nobility, people, laws, commerce, manners and customs of the Basque Provinces. This copy has 2 vols. of • Continuacion," which runs on under the title : “ Coleccion de Privilegios, Franquezas, etc. concedidos a varios pueblos y corporaciones de la Corona de Castilla." Brunet mentions only 5 vols. 773*ENSAYO sobre la Nobleza de los Bascongados, para sirve de Introducción á la Historia genéral de aquellos Pueblos, 8vo. salf, 38 6d

Tolosa, 1786 774 FUERO (El) Privilegios, Franquezas, y Libertades de los hijos dalgo de Vizcaya, sm. stout folio, calf, 20s

Madrid, 1762 Bound up with it is “ La Constitucion Española de 1812." 774*GAINZA (D. Franc.) Historia de la Universidad de Irun Uranzu, folio, corners of

10 leaves at end torn off, the missing letters supplied in MS. vellum, 78 6d 1738

Containing chapters on 'Ethimologias,' • Ethimologias Vascongadas,' • Provincia de la Vasconia,'Provincia de Guipuzcoa. Priced, 1826, by Salva, £1.68. 775 LLORENTE (J. A.) Noticias historicas de las tres Provincias Vascongadas, en que

se procura investigar el estado civil antiguo de Alava, Guipúzcoa y Vizcaya, y el origen de sus Fueros, 5 vols. small 4to. good copy in Spanish calf, rare, £2.

Madrid, 1806-8 Contents : Tom. I. Estado Civil Antiguo ; II. Origen de sus Fueros; III. Apendice, o Col. leccion Diplomatica de Escrituras de los Siglos VIII.-XI.; IV. Ciento y doce Escrituras del Siglo XII. casi todas ineditas ; V. Respuesta a la impugnacion del señor Aranguren, y documentos comprobantes, comprising " Origen y catalogo de los señores de Vizcaya."

Priced, by Salva, 1826, Vols. I.-III. only and Demonstracion de Aranguren,' £2. 128 6d; 1843, the 5 vols., 44 fr. 50 c. 776 OZAETA, la Cantabria vindicada, y demostrada, segun la extension que tuvo en diferentes tiempos, 4to. calf, 78 6d

Madrid, 1779 Basque Language. See post, under EUROPEAN PHILOLOGY. 777 BEUTER (P. A.) Coronica general de toda España, y especialmente del Reyno

de Valencia, 2 vols. in 1, folio, woodcuts and Coats of Arms, very fine copy, old gilt calf, rare, £2.

Valencia, 1604 Lord Stuart de Rothesay's copy fetched, 1855, £2. 48. 778 BLEDA (Jayme) Coronica de los Moros de España, dividida en ocho Libros, stout folio, cropt copy, three leaves mended, vellum, very rare, 328

Valencia, Felipe Mey, 1618 The most important Spanish Chronicle relating to Moorish dominion in Spain. “Ouvrage estimé, et dont les exemplaires sont rares.Brunet. Sold in Col. Stanley's sale for £7. 108, and in the White Knight's sale for £7.78 Dr. Hawtrey's copy fetched, 1853, £2, 108. 779 BLEDÆ (Jacobi) Defensio Fidei in Causa Neophytorum sive MORISCHORUM

Regni Valentiæ totiusque Hispaniæ. Ejusdem de justa Mórischorum ab His.

pania Expulsione, sm. Ato. with a few rude woodcuts, limp vellum, 25$ 1610 780

another copy, one leaf in the Privilegio slightly damaged and mended, and d worm-hole running through the front margins, veau fauve, carmine edges, with full gilt back, 158

Valentiæ, 1610 A valuable historical volume of great scarcity, not mentioned in the entire series of Salva's Catalogues ; also unnoticed by Brunet. In the dedication, p. 579, Fr. Jayme Bleda states as one of his reasons for writing his work in Latin, that it was against the Castilian Laws to write in the vulgar tongue against Heretics; pp. 581-618 contain “ Breve Relacion de la Expulsion de las Moriscos del Reyno de Valencia ; p. 612, “ Bando de la Expulsion de los Moriscos de Cataluña," is in the Valentian Dialect. 781 BORJA (Francisco de, Principe de Esquilache) Obras en Verso, 4to.green morocco, gilt edges, 21s

Amberes, 1654 Pages 397—562 are Romances.

782 BOSARTE (J.) Observationes sobre las Bellas Artes, entre los Antiguos hasta la con. quista de Grecia por los Romanos, 16mo. calf, 38

Madrid, 1790-91 783 BOTELLO DE MORAES i Vasconcelos, el Alphonso, o la fundacion del Reino de Portugal, 16mo. vellum, arms gilt on the sides, 3s 6d

Salamanca, 1731 784 BURGUILLOS (Tomé de) Rimas Humanas y Divinas, por Frey Lope de Vega Carpio, sm. 4to. calf, 6s

Madrid, 1674 785 CABRERA DE CORDOVA (L.) Cronica de Filipe II. Rey de España, stout folio, title wanting, otherwise very clean copy, vellum, 6s

Madrid, 1619 Priced, 1826, Salva, £2. 2s. 786 CABRERA (Luis, Cronista del Rey Felipe II.) Relaciones de las cosas sucedidas en la Corte de España, desde 1599 hasta 1614, impl. 8vo. 664 pp. uncut, 9s

Madrid, 1857 This work contains an exact and detailed account of this important period, when the history of Spain was so closely connected with that of Great Britain. Its copious information on the subject of the assistance afforded by Spain to Ireland, when that country was still unsubdued, render it ne. cessary to the history of the growth of English power, while as a contemporary and pleasing nar. rative of the time, it cannot fail to be interesting. 787 CADIZ PHENICIA, con el Examen de varias Noticias Antiguas de España, que

conservan los Escritores Hebreos, Phenicios, Griegos, Romanos y Arabes, [por Mondejar], 3 vols. sm. 4to. calf, rare, 128

Madrid, 1805 788 CALDERON, OBRAS, que saca a Luz Don Juan Fernandez de Apontez; Comedias,

11 vols. in 10; Autos Sacramentales, 6 vols. together 17 vols. in 16, sm. 4to. best editions, nice copy, Spanish calf, rare, £5.

Madrid, 1759-63 Priced, 1825, Salva, £9. 108 ; 1829, half russia, £9. 789

COMEDIAS, 11 vols. in 10, 4to. best edition, Spanish calf, £3. ib. 1760-63 790

COMEDIAS, por Keil, 4 vols. royal 8vo. compact double column edition, hf. bd. calf neat, 28s

Leipsique, 1827 “Calderon, a celebrated Spanish writer of the 17th century, one of the most copious and esteemed dramatists in Spain, equal to Lope de Vega.”

“ His boundless and inexhaustible fertility of invention, his quick power of seizing and prosecuting everything with dramatic effect, the unfailing animal spirits of bis dramas, if we may venture on the expression, the general loftiness and purity of his sentiments, the rich faculty of his verse, the abundance of his language, and the clearness and precision with which he embodies himself in words and figures, entitle him to a high rank as to the imagination and creative faculty of a poet.”

Quarterly Review. 791 Autos Sacramentales, 6 vols. 4to. half morocco, uncut, top edges gilt,

Madrid, 1759-60 " In his dramas of a serious and devout character, in virtue of their dignified pathos, tragic sublimity, and religious fervour, Calderon's best title to praise may be found. In such, above all in his Autos,' he reached a height beyond any of his predecessors; whose productions, on religious themes especially, striking as many of them are, with situations and motives of the deepest effect, are not sustained at the same impressive elevation, por disposed with that consummate judgment which leaves nothing imperfect or superfluous in the dramas of Calderon.

It remains to say a word of his style. It varies at different periods; and in his best time is perhaps the perfection of splendid elegance. His poetic vein is exuberant beyond example in its flow of rich imagery; so copious and discursive, indeed, that it seems ever on the verge of excess in passages of dis play, and is apt to be indulged in these at the expense of strict dramatic propriety.'

Atheneum, Nov. 26, 1853. 792 CAMPOMANES, Antigüedad Maratima de la Republica de CARTAGO, con el Periplo de Hannon, sm. 4to. map and plan, calf, 10s

Madrid, 1756 793 CANCIONERO (el) DE JUAN ALFONSO DE BAENA (Siglo XV.) ahora por primera

vez dado a luz, con notas y comentarios, impl. 8vo. lxxxviü. and 732 pp. with 2 facsimiles, sd. 12s

Madrid, 1851 794 the same, half bound morocco, uncut, 18s

1851 Of this valuable collection of 576 Old Romances, only 500 copies were printed, of which few remain for sale. The introduction comprises an essay on the Castilian Poetry during the 14th and 15th centuries. The notes are historical, critical, and philological ; the work concludes with a Glossary of Obsolete Words. 795 CASTILLO (Hernando de). Historia general de SANCTO DOMINGO, y de su orden

de predicadores, 2 vols. sm. folio, vellum, £2. 58 Madrid, Sanchez, 1584 796 CERVANTES Saavedra (Miguel de) Primera y segunda parte del Ingenioso

Hidalgo Don Quixote de la Mancha, 2 vols. 12mo. olive morocco, gilt edges,
RARE, £2. 10s

Brucelas, Huberto Antonio, 1617 & 1616

rare, £2.

797 CERVANTES, Don Quixote, 2 vols. 4to. curious woodcuts, limp vellum, 188

Madrid, 1723 798 EL INGENIOSO HIDALGO DON QUIXOTE DE LA MANCHA, corregida por la

REAL ACADEMIA ESPAÑOLA, 4 vols. royal 4to. BEST EDITION, fine plates by the

best Spanish Artists, Spanish calf gilt, gilt edges, £5. Madrid, Ibarra, 1780

Très bel exemplaire de cette édition splendide et très estimée. C'est un vrai chef d'oeuvre typographique. Les nombreuses gravures dont l'édition est ornée, ont été gravées par les prémiers artistes de l'Espagne, les épreuves sont très fraiches.

Priced, 1848, Payne and Foss, mor. £12. 128, calf, £6. 68. Bernal's copy, mor. fetched, 1855, £14. 148. 799

Historia del famoso Cavallero Don Quixote, por John Bowle, 6 vols. 4to. bds. 158

Salisbury, 1781 This edition is esteemed for its ample Indexes. 800

Don Quixote de la Mancha, nueva edición corregida de nuevo, con nuevas notas, con nuevas estampas, con nuevo analisis y con la vida de el autor nuevamente aumentada, por D. Juan Antonio Pellicer, 5 vols. 8vo. best Spanish edition, numerous fine plates, bds. uncut, 30s

Madrid, Sancha, 1797-98 801

the same, 5 vols. 8vo. portrait and plates, morocco extra, gilt edges, £2, 10s

1797-98 The notes of Pellicer contain a vast body of erudition and research. The text is remarkable for its correctness, and the embellishments are all the work of Spanish artists, and admirably illustratę the spirit of the text.

* Pellicer has greatly improved the text, and in his numerous annotations has displayed much erudition in tracing the sources whence the author drew his supplies; in pointing out the passages in the old romances alluded to in Don Quixote ; in detailing at large the historical facts which are there mentioned ; and in collecting biographical, bibliographical, and critical information concerning the several authors whose writings Cervantes has either directly or indirectly noticed.”-Lockhart's Don Quixote. 802

Don Quixote, 6 vols. 18mo. with pretty plates and vignettes, Spanish binding, 168

Madrid, 1797-98 802* another copy, 6 vols. 18mo, calf extra, 188

1797-98 803

Don Quijote de la Mancha, comentado por Don DIEGO CLEMENCIN, 6 vols. sm. 4to. hf. bd. morocco, gilt tops, ut, £4. 45

Madrid, 1833-39 Published at 200 Rs.; priced 1843, Salva, sewed, 75 fr. "Le commentaire de Clemencin est le plus étendu qu'on ait publié sur l'immortel ouvrage de Cervantes. En conséquence, cette édition doit étre recherchée par tous les étrangers et par tous ceux qui désirent étudier à fond le Don Quichotte."- Salva.

" One of the most complete commentaries that has been published on any author, ancient or modern. It is written, too, with taste and judgment in nearly all that relates to the merits of the author; it is rare to find an obscure point which it does not elucidate.”-Ticknor, III. 383. 804

Don Quijote de la Mancha, 2 vols. royal 8vo. 800 spirited woodcuts, cloth, uncut, 21s

Barcelona, 1840 805

Galatea, dividida en seys libros,.12mo, vel. 10s Par. Gilles Robinot, 1611 806 Viage al Parnaso, 8vo. calf, 5s

Madrid, Sancha, 1784 807 CERVANTES DE SALAZAR, 'Obras glossadas i traducidas, 4to, sd. 3s Madrid, 1772 808 CID ROMANCES : el Cid, en lenguage antiguo, 18mo. vellum, 88 6d Cadiz, 1702 809 CID. Poëme du Cid, texte Espagnol, avec traduction Française, notes

et vocabulaire par Damas Hinard, 4to. sd. 16s

Paris, 1858 Antonio says the first collection was made 1612 ; Ticknor quotes as the earliest editiou that of Pamplona, 1716. Dozy, in his “ Récherches," brings forward several documents respecting this hero, one of which, written by Ibn Bassam, at Seville, A.D. 1109, only ten years after his death, rests in a great measure on the testimony of one who had seen the Cid. From this it appears that he was at one time in the service of the Moorish kings of Zaragoza, and upon capturing the city of Valentia, he burnt the Kadi and several other influential citizens alive. * La victoire," says Ibn Bassam, as translated by Dozy, “suivant toujours la bannière de Rodrigue (que Dieu maudisse !) il triompha des princes des Barbares; à differentes reprises il combattit leurs chefs ; alors il mit en fuite leurs armées, et tua avec son petit nombre de guerriers, leurs nombreux soldats.” 810 Risco, la Castilla y el mas famoso Castellano. Discurso sobre la antigua Castilla

Historia del célebre castellano RODRIGO Diaz, llamado el Cid Campeador, sm. 4to. portrait, old Spanish calf neat, 12s

Madrid, 1792 “C'est la meilleure histoire du Cid. Risco a publié dans son ouvrage une chronique latine qui ex, istait manuscrite, et qui parait avoir été ecrite peu de temps après la mort du héros castillan."-Salva. 811 CLAROS Varones de Castilla y Letras de Fernando de Pulgar, Coronista de Fer. nando y Isabel, 12mo. sd. uncut, 2s

Madrid, 1789

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