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2254 ENGLAND. An interesting collection of Documents (mostly original) generally relating to England and France, folio, 208
Sec. XVI. and XVII. Amongst these papers there is a Memoir on an intended invasion of England ; The capitulations for English and Irish levies for French service; Prisonniers de Guerre (Anglais) faits à Denain ; Inventaire des chartes u Trésor (Angleterre et Ecosse); Relation du combat naval de 1692 ; Remonstrance au Roy d'Angleterre ; Various treatises and political memoirs relating to England in its relations with France; Titres de la maison d'Hamilton sur le Duché de Chatelherault, 2255 ENGLISH ARMORIAL. A curious MS. of 376 pages, comprising a Dic
TIONARY OF NOBLE ENGLISH FAMILIES, A-Y, in three parallel lines : 1, Names in alphabetical order ; 2, Counties and Towns of which the families are inhabitants ; 3, the Coats-of-Arms fully described; the remainder of the volume is filled with other Heraldic information, sm. 4to. hf. bd. from the libraries of A. C. Foote è Coll., Exón., Oxón., and Lieut. Col. Chas. Hamilton Smith, with
their autographs, £7.78 2256 EPISTOLARIS Institutio, 4to. 28 pp. 3s 6d
Sæc. XVII. A very learned Treatise on Letter-writing, with full directions for their construction, &c. 2257 EUCLIDE, Libro secondo dimostrato per Analisi, Geometria Pratica e Trattato delle Sezzione Coniche, 4to. 212 pp. bds. 5s
Sæc. XVIII. 2258 Euclid's Elements, Book I. to VII. XI. and XII., with Diagrams, 2 vols. 4to. 368 pp. hf. bd. 58
Sæc. XVIII. 2259 FABRITII (Sebastiani, “ Tigurini") De Compositione Astrolabii Liber unus a D.
M. Vito Ardijseo Rheto publice Basileæ nunc privatim a D. Samuele Pellicano traditus et auctus 1551. Astrolabii quoque usus (qui multiplex est) hoc libro continetur–COMPOSITIO et usus sphæræ a planetis pretusæ (a Jos. Simlero) FABRICATIO Spherae-FABRICATIO horologiorum- DE QUADRANTIBUS—ComPENDIUM geographiæ-BESCHRIBUNG des Wellt-Spiegel, with 112 illuminated figures (including map of America), 4to. 164 pp. limp vellum wrapper, £5.
Sec. XVI. (1551) An autograph manuscript of S. Fabritius. On one of the pages is the following inscription : “ Finivit scribere Seb. Fab. 24 die Septembris, cum D. Josias Simlerus nuptias cum Bullingeri filia celebrabat, 1551.” We do not find any mention of Seb. Fabricius, Pellicanus, or V. Ardijseus in Lalande’s Bibliographie Astronomique. This important collection, full of volvelles and figures of ancient astronomical instruments, is very interesting. At the beginning of the Compositio Sphæræ we find written by another hand, “ D. Nicolaus Copernicus in Prüssen.” Simler was the son-inlaw of the celebrated Henry Bullinger, whose life he wrote, as well as a Treatise de Principiis Astronomiæ, and other works relative to Switzerland, one of which, the Vallesiæ Descriptio, has often been reprinted. No notice has been taken of this work on the Sphere by any of his numerous biographers, and as it is not mentioned by Lalande, who quotes the De Principiis, we may safely presume it to be unpublished. 2260 FERNANDEZ (D. Bernardo, “Naturale della Citta di Malaga") Astriloquio Uni
versale. Chiromanticum Opusculum. Metoposcopia, 4to. 228 pages, vellum, 36s
Sec. XVII. This work of Fernandez relates to meteorology, navigation, astronomy, &c. The Opusculum contains a great number of well-executed drawings of heads, by an Italian artist of the seventeenth century. All three works seem to be unpublished. 2261 FIESCHI. Congiura del Conte Gian Luigi Fieschi dell' Anno MDXLVII.,
small 4to. ON PAPER, very neatly written, morocco, 12s
The narration appears to have been very carefully compiled from authentic sources, 2262 FINANCES. Sur l'Exportation des Espèces ; Sur l'Etablissement du Crédit
public en France, &c. folio, 3s 6d
Sæc. XVII. 2263 FLORA: A classified Dictionary of Plants, with their descriptions, synonyms,
and with original remarks, 2 stout vols., 4to. 396 pages, very neatly written, interleaved, with a few additions in pencil by a different hand, also an Index of 74 pages, from the library of the late Thomas Horsfield, 12s
ca. 1825 2264 FUNČK FAMILY. Armorial of the Ancient German Family of the Funcks
of SENFFTENAU (Bavaria), also with Coats of Arms of those Families with whom they intermarried, such as the NUTTINGERS, etc. in all 133 BEAUTIFULLY EMBLAZONED Coats OF ARMS, 4to. in an extraordinary fine specimen of MEDIÆVAL BINDING, the style of MAJOLI, elaborate tooling on the obverse and reverse sides, filled in with red, white, and green colours, the sides sunk in, to pro. tect the tooling and ornamentation from friction, gauffré edges, £7.
2265 GERMAN THEOLOGY. An early Theological MS. in Low German, comprising a
complete body of the Roman Catholic Doctrines, small 4to. 147 leaves, remarkably well written in Gothic letters, old vellum, 208
Sec. XV. A curious MS. written before the Reformation; it is divided into about 200 chapters, amongst which are the following: the CONFESSIONAL, a long account of the usual sins, which ought to be confessed; whether the Evil spirit can foretell future events; whether a wizard can do harm, and a great variety of Superstitions; Gambling; Lying, Dancing, etc. 2266 GIGLI (Girolamo) Sanese L'Osita ; Madama Ciana ; il Virtuoso per forza; Commedio Senza titale, folio, 220 pp. 188
Sec. XVIII. Except“ Madame Ciana," which was printed at Venice in 1744, all these plays were unknown to Allacci, and his continuator. At the end of L'Osita (who is represented as the daughter of Fritewald, King of England,) it is stated that this play was left unfinished by Gigli. It is doubtful whether the other plays are from the pen of the same humourous writer. 2267 GUERRE (La) et la paix du prebstre et du Bourgeoys, 12mo. 182 pp. old vellum, 358
Sæc, XVI. A curious dialogue written in old French. This manuscript is of the beginning of the sixteenth century. In this work the Bourgeoys does not spare the gens d'Eglise. The priest introduces himself as about to proceed " au Pays des Indes Nouvelles" (America), where God, the Church, and the Sacraments are still held in bonour. 2268 HARTLIEB.-Hir hebt sich an das Puch Ovidij von der Lieb zu erwerbenn;
Auch die Lieb zu versmehen; Als Doctor Hartlieb von Latein zu Tewtsch bracht hat, durch pete und gescheft eins Fürestenn von Ostereich-Die Histori von dem posin Dracol der vil wunders und übels begangen hat, folio, MSS. on paper, old monastic binding, with clasps, rebacked, £4. 10s
Sæc. XV. This is not a translation of Ovid, as it would seem, but a free version of the Tractatus Amoris et De Remediis Amoris of Andreas Capellanus, by Dr. Hartlieb, the author of a celebrated work, executed with wooden blocks, entitled Die Kunst CIROMANTIA.
He dedicates this work to the Archduke Albert, grandfather of the Emperor Maximilian. It is remarkable that Hartlieb calls the author Albertanus, and makes him address it to a Briton named Walthearius. One curious chapter has the following Rubric
“ Was Lieb und mynne die Munch suchen Soll." For further particulars respecting this curious work, See Lambecius Biblioth, Vindobon, T. i.
Von Murr Memorabil. Bill. publ. Norimb. et Altorff, T. iii. p. 125. Spangenberg Die Minnehöfe des Mittelalters, Leips. 1821, p. 204. Von Aretin Aussprüche der Minnegerichte, München, 1804. Millin, Voyages en France, T. ii. p. 263.
In the same volume is a MS. translation into old German of Valerius Maximus ; with two early printed works,“ Die Güldin BULLE UND Künigelich REFORMATION, with curious woodcuts, coloured at the time, Strasb. 1485," and the celebrated “ DoctrinaLE FÜR DIE LAYEN.” 2269 HAWKEENS (John) his Cyphering Book, small 4to. very neatly written calcula. tions, calf, 2s 6d
1730-35 2270 HEMRICOURT (Jacques de) Le Miroir des Nobles de Hesbain (sic) et la guerre
d'Awans et de Waroux, par moy Jacques de Hempricourt, manant en la cité de Liège, frère et chevalier a present delle ordre de l'Hospital Sainct Jehan de Jherusalem ; commence l'an delle Nativite de Nostre Seigneur 1353 conclus
l'an 1399, folio, half blue morocco, £6.
Manuscript of the XVIth century, with all the blazoning and arms of the families of that country (Pas de Liége) painted in colours. This manuscript belonged lately to the family de Liederkerke, and may be considered as the very genuine text from which a first edition was published in the year 1673. 2271 HIERONMYI Presbyteri Sanctissimi Transitus incipit fæliciter, 4to. 240 pp.;
MANUSCRIPT on VELLUM, with the following inscription at end : “Pro clarisso D. Lamb. M. Federicus Veteranus Urbinas transcripsit VI Idus Decemb. MCCCLXXXVIIII (immo MCCCCLX ....) the first page is surrounded by an elegant border, containing Arms, which, as well as the initial Letter, is illuminated, a VERY ELEGANT SPECIMEN of Italian binding of the XVth century, in MOROCCO, having the sides covered with elaborate gold and blind tooling, £5. 58
Šæc. XV. F. Veteranus was a celebrated caligrapher, and the librarian of the Dukes of Urbino during the XVth century (see Dennistoun Memoirs, vol. II. p. 138, etc.) The date (146
) at the end has been evidently altered by some stupid possessor of this precious volume in order to make it appear older than it really is. 2272 HIERONYMI Epistolæ, folio, MS. of the XVth Century, upon VELLUM, with
illuminated capitals, in a beautiful state of preservation, bds. £2. 2s
2273 HOADLEY (Bishop of Bangor) Grant of Arms, attested by Sir John Vanbrugh,
Clarencieux King of Arms, and Peter Le Neve, Esq. Norroy King of Arms,
with their Seals, upon vellum, in a very curious stamped leather case, 168 1715 2274 HORÆ B. Mariæ Virginis, cum Calendario, Belgice, 4to. MS. of the XVth Cen
tury, upon VELLUM, with numerous CAPITAL LETTERS, beautifully illuminated in GOLD and COLOURS, red velvet, gilt edges, £4. 108
Sæc. XV. 2275 HORÆ B. Mariæ Virginis, 4to. a fine MS. upon VELLUM, executed in ENGLAND in
the bold style of the early part of the Fifteenth Century, with 10 large Initials in gold and colours full size of the page, bcsides the small capitals, original binding, £4. 4s
Saec. XV. The various early possessors have inscribed family and other memoranda on the fly-leaves ; eight pages of them are filled with these interesting notices. The most legible memorandum states the day of the marriage of Thomas Turk, in St. Dunstan's Church, London, 1457; most dates are anterior. 2276 HOROLOGIUM Magnum et Troparium, Horas Officii Divini continens Graece,
exquisite Manuscript of the FIFTEENTH CENTURY upon Bombyx paper, dated 1470, a thick sm. 4to. vol. (meas. 8 inches by 54), in the original binding, having a portion of one leaf torn off, £10. 108
Saec. XV. This most beautiful specimen of Greek Calligraphy is mentioned in Mr. Coxe's Report to H. M. Government on Manuscripts in the Levant. 2277 HUME's History of England, an Abridgment, from A. D. 827 to 1803, by the
learned Mr. Platt, prepared for the use of Schools, together with a Summary of the History of France and of Europe from 1783-1810, the whole in 1 vol. folio, upwards of 250 leaves written in a plain neat hand, bds, 20s
(1840) Mr. Platt is known in the literary world as a learned Oriental scholar, by his translations from the Ethiopic, and into the Amharic. He united with his Oriental learning a deep reading in English and general history ; privately he was often consulted by his friends on account of his impartial judgment and great learning in general historical matters. 2278 Isidori Hispaniensis Episcopi Differentiarum Patris, Filiiet Spiritus Sancti Liber.
Item de Differentiis Verborum, 4to. 228 pp. red mor. gilt edges, 20s Saec. XV.
We see in Fabricius that the second work is that which Barthius intended to publish from a manuscript. 2279 JUSTINIANI Imperatoris Institutiones Civiles, 8vo. 726 pp. old vellum gilt, gilt edges, 10s
Saec. XVII. 2280 KOLLI, Memoires historiques et politiques sur VALENÇAY, offerts aux Souverains
de l'Europe et écrits par le Colonel Baron de Kolli, qui en 1810 a été chargé d'une mission importante par le Gouvernement Britannique près S. M. C. Ferdinand VII. Roi d'Espagne, alors prisonnier à Valençay ; les pièces authen. tiques à l'appui de ces memoires; celles qui emanent des Rois, des Princes, et autres. Les details de la captivité de l'auteur au Donjon de Vincennes, pendant les années 1810-13, sa translation au chateau de Saumur en 1814, sa liberté, et sa seconde captivité en 1815, 2 vols. 8vo. very neatly written, portrait of Ferdinand VII. in Indian ink, red morocco, gilt edges, from Lord Wellesley's library, £2. 28
1820 2281 LANZONI (Dottor Guiseppe) Opusculi diversi raccolti di Girolamo Baruffaldi, folio, 356 pp. bds. 258
Sæc. XVII. et XVIII. (1697-1716) An autograph manuscript, evidently prepared for publication, and containing works that were edited as well as those never publisbed, including his curious Treatise,“ del Formaggio." Amongst the dissertations that are most worthy of perusal are these : “ De Giuochi puerili antichi, DEI VASI ANTICHI, se sia possibile far Oro per Alchimia, dell' Origine della Pittura, &c. &c.” Lanzoni is an excellent authority on subjects of Antiquity and Art. Concerning this learned man, see Tiraboschi and Lombardi. 2282 LATINÆ GRAMMATICÆ Compendia, 4to. Manuscript on vellum, with the Initial Capital illuminated in gold and colours, £4. 4s
Saec. XV. In the original Italian binding of the XVth century, with sides ornamented with gold tooling. This Manuscript is without the name of the author, and commences “ Vox est Aer tenuissimus ictus." Spaces throughout have been left for filling in the Greek quotations. This abridgment, which seems to have been made from the original work in XVI. books, concludes with the following lines :
“ Cum legeris nostri compendia parva laboris
Dicere non pudeat gratia magna tibi :
2283 LE FEBURE de St. Benoist, Excerpta ex TacITO, DIONE CAssIo, Historiæ
Augustæ Scriptoribus, Boethio, Zonara, Athenæo, Plinio, Ovidio, aliisque Auctoribus, thick 12mo. autograph Manuscript, a beautiful specimen of French binding in the XVIIth century, old olive MOROCCO, gilt edges, the sides and
backs covered with elaborate gold tooling, £2. 2284 LEGENDÆ SANCTORUM, folio, 530 pp. UPON VELLUM, written in a fine gothic hand, double columns, calf, £9.
circa 1400 See Life of St. Patrick at folio lxviii. 2285 LEYDEN unsers Herrn Jhesu Christi, 302 pp.—Bible Lessons in German, 32 pp.
with 12 extremely quaint and rudely executed DRAWINGS, resembling in style the EARLY GERMAN ART, as displayed in the Blockbooks, small 4to. original old oak binding, £5.
Saec. XV, 2286 LIRA (Don Manuel de) Papel que dio a los Estados Generales de los Provincias
Unidas del Pais baxo al tiempo de salir del Haya para volverse a España el ano de 1679 sobre la Entrega de Mastrique (Maestricht) in Spanish and French
POESIAS DEL CONDE DE VILLAMEDIANA, 4to. 120 pp.bd. in vel. £2. 2s Saec. XVII.
Don Manuel de Lira was Envoy Extraordinary from Spain to settle the Spanish losses at Maestricht, and as he appears to have met a refusal of his claims, reprisals are threatened in this paper. The Conde de Villamediana was one of the most agreeable Poets of the Court of Philip IV. and is supposed to have been assassinated by the orders of that monarch, who suspected him of being too intimate with his queen. His romantic love and tragic death have been made the subject of modern romances. 2287 LIVRES DES VICES ET DES VERTUS, 4to. a beautifully written Manu
script on paper, dated 1450, old French red morocco, gilt edges, from the Bolongaro-Crevenna Library, £2. 12s
Apparently a curious MS. deserving the attention of Connoisseurs. 2288 LOFTUS (W.K.) ASSYRIAN DISCOVERIES and INSCRIPTIONS of the Ruins of
Susa, the ORIGINAL DRAWINGS, and PHOTOGRAPHS, copies of which were sent to the BRITISH MUSEUM ; comprising 110 DRAWINGS, 14 PHOTOGRAPHS, and 10 ORIGINAL MAPs, also along with the ORIGINAL DRAWINGS of Susa, chiefly by Mr. CHURCHILL, is a duplicate set lithographed, as well as some beautiful views; and 4 superb Drawings of Glass Windows, Ispahan ; added are a few miscel
laneous engravings connected with the subject-in 2 portfolios, £7. 10s 1851-55
The above important collection was recently purchased by me from the widow of the late talented Mr. Loftus. The British nation paid about £ 1000. for their copy of these drawings, deposited in the Museum, the present original set would therefore be a great bargain to any Public library. 2289 MANDEVILLE'S TRAVELS to the HOLY LAND, EGPYT, INDIA, etc. a
VERY EARLY DUTCH EDITION, UPON VELLUM, folio, 82 leaves, with a beautifully preserved PAINTING (full size of the page), of JESUS CHRIST, in a boat on a river, which encircles a town (? JERUSALEM or Venice), and round the Picture an elaborate gold border with Angels in each corner, apparently quite PERFECT, in the original wooden binding, with bosses, £10.
Saec. XIV. The first leaf contains a summary of the 32 chapters : Ch. I.-III. Tract on the Holy Land, stating that “JIAN VAN MANDEVILLE, gheboren in INGHELANT," started on his journey in 1322; Ch. IV. Babilonia ; V.-VIII. Egypt, Alexandria; IX.-XVII. Mount Synay ; XVIII. Of the Saracens ; XX.-XXIV. Of Mahomed; XXV. Ethiopia ; XXVIII.-XXXII. Islands of India, etc. The last page says that Mandeville returned 1357, and was absent 35 years (this statement disagrees with the Life in the Biographie Universelle). The present MS. must have been written either immediately on Mandeville's return, or shortly afterwards, during his sojourn in Flanders, where he died at Liege, 1372. The following epitaph is on the great traveller's tomb :
Vos qui paseis sor mi
Par l'amor Deix proiés por mi. 2290 MANUEL Hydrographique des quatre Parties du Monde avec la Situation géogra
phique des Ports de Mer les plus fréquentés de la Terre, 18mo. 448 pp. French red morocco, gilt edges, £2. 2s
Saec. XVIII. (1782) Written at Marseilles in 1782, on 442 pages. On the title-page is the autograph of the celebrated Sir Sydney Smith. The portion relating to America, extends from page 260 to page 332. 2291 MARIA (B. Virgo) cunctis pretiosis Lapidibus assimilata et aliis Symbolicis Laudibus decorata, 2 vols. 4to. 1488 pp. bds. 158
Saec. XVI. A very curious, and, according to a note on the title, unpublished, manuscript, probably written by a member of the order fratrum minorum, as a more ancient copy of it is stated to have existed in the Library “Fratrum Minorum Annuntiationis, Bononiæ."
2292 MARSILII, “ Medicinæ Monarchæ et Artium Doctoris famosissimi," Abreviata
Libri Phisicorum (Aristotelis) exposita et tradita Parisii, folio, 180 pp. wood binding, £2. 2s
Saec. XV. (1463) The name of the scribe, who concludes with a pious prayer for his ancestors, is obliterated, but we learn that it was “ scripta per me ..... (Joh. Franciscum de Guateris) hoc die xxii decembris 146jii hora secunda noctis sequentis diei, &c." and that the price was one golden ducat, “ Prelinm est ad me ducatus l auri.” Another inscription at the end shows that it was purchased by Joh. Math. ex Ferrariis, from “ Joh. Francisco de Gualeris Bidello in presenti anno 1470 die 14 Februarii.” 2293 MARTYROLOGIUM Usuardi Adonis et Bedæ-S. Augustini Regula et Constitutiones
Ordinis Fratrum Predicatorum-Lectiones Evangeliorum et Epistolarum per
totum Annum, 16mo. manuscript on vellum, 88 leaves, oldbinding, 30s Saec. XIV. 2294 MICHELI (P. A.) Diario dell'ultimo Viaggio BOTTANICO, nell' autumno del 1736
fol. pp. half vellum, 12s 2295 MIRANDOLANO (Pico) Kabala osia Gioco Algebrico cohordinato nell' Anno 1697—
Francesco Simoni Guardia dal Corpo di S. A. R. Dn. Filipo Infante di Spagna dell' Anno 1758 fecit, 4to. 52 pp. bds. 12s
(1758) A most singular work, which gives the explanation of the Pyramid, and other numerical figures, so often named by Casanova in his Memoirs, and so celebrated in Cagliostro's time, 2296 MISSALE ROMANUM, cum MUSICA, sm. 4to. a curious MS. of the XVth Cen
tury, 204 pp. upon Vellum, with various Entries respecting Births, Baptisms, Marriages and Deaths in the Damas Family, several of the Capitals illuminated
in gold and colours, £3. 2297 MOSCHOPULI (Emanuelis) Erotemata Grammaticæ et Prosodiæ Græce, sm.
4to. Manuscript on paper, in the original oak boards, covered with stamped
leather, with the Florentine lily and Imperial eagle on the sides, £5. Sec. XV.
This truly valuable Manuscript formerly belonged to the celebrated Monastery of S. Giustina *at Padua, given to it by one of the puble family of Strozzi, as appears from the following inscription on first leaf: “ Iste liber ē monii scē iustine de păd deputatus usui sci monasterii largit' p'dnna palāte 3 de Strocis. No debet vendi.” 2298 MOTTETTI. Quadragesimale in Musica sive Hymnorum Liber (Latine et Italice), small 4to. 124 leaves of vellum, bds. £10. 10s
Sec. XIV.-XV. Very elegantly written in an Italian hand, with musical notes. Besides Latin Hymns, which are arranged for two, three, and four Voices, this manuscript contains, in the Italian language, Pegcator pensa al tuo signor ; Regina de o del cor mio ; Benedetto ne sia lo zorno ; Convertime o Signore Piangete Christiani el dolore di Maria ; Anima pe o peregrina ; Amor, amor, Jesu ; O Jesu dolce ; Cum desiderio io vi vo cerchando; Piangi dolente ; Jesu facio lamento ; Quando signor Jesu sero ; Memento mei o sacra virgo pia, memento mei che non sia ; Jesu dolce mio sposo; L'Oration e sempre bona; Questa aspra penitentia; Non tardate peccatori andative a confessar ; A Maria fonte d'amor; Poi che ch' hebi nel cor; Patientia ognun me dice ; lo sto male; Per quella croce; &c. Early Italian musical manuscripts, written upon vellum, are exceedingly scarce. In this volume, consisting of 141 leaves of pure vellum, there is also (f. 30-31), a great curiosity, namely, a Mottetto, partly written in Latin and partly in Italian. From an inspection of this manuscript, it appears that at that time, for the sake of euphony, the singers used even to change the vowels; for instance, instead of singing de e el cor mio, as they should do actually, they sang de o o o l, which is very singular. 2299 MUSIC. BLANCHINI (J. Veronensis) de Tribus generibus Instrumentorum
Musicæ veterum organicæ dissertatio, folio, MS. upon paper, containing 19 leaves, and eight leaves of designs of the instruments of the Ancients, and it also
contains an autograph letter of the author, dated Rome, 1742, bds. 368 2300 MUSIC (Ancient). *Introitus gloria in excelsis : a very early Liturgical MS.,
the Music represented by little hooks; commencing : “Laudes Salvatori voce modulemur supplici et devotis melodiis celesto domino jubilemus Messie ;" ending : “Benedictus qui venit in nomine Domini Osanna in excelsis,” folio, 8 leaves, in good preservation, hf. morocco, £2. 2s
Sæc. XIII. 2301 MUSNIER (Joannis Alcidii, “ Medici et Philosophi Lotharingi”) Miscellaneorum Liber unus Anno 1636, 4to. 960 pp. bds. £4.
Sec. XVII (1636-41) In the Author's Autograph, evidently intended for the press, with an index of the contents, and a portrait of the author, aged 43 (a drawing) prefixed. The following slight view of the Treatises contained will afford some notion of this interesting manuscript. De Grammatica ; Nomina selectiora et Adagia ; de Linguis (especially de Lingua Hetrusca); de Poetica Acrosticha; de Rhetorica ; Philosophia Moralis ; Orationes ; de Sympathia et Antipathia Rerum ; de Imaginatione ;