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3520 Calabar. WADDELL'S Vocabulary of the Efik or Old Calabar Language, 12mo. bd. 28 6d

Edinb, 1849 3520*Dankali. ISENBERG’s Vocabulary of the Dankali Language, 12mo. 28 1840 3521 Galla. KRAPF's Elements of the Galla Language ; Vocabulary; St. John; 3 parts, 12mo. 2s 6d

1839-42 3522 TUTSCHEK, Dictionary of the Galla Language, part I. Galla-English-German,

part II. English-Galla-Grammar of the Galla-Language, 3 vols. in 1, 8vo. hf. bd. 10s

Munich, 1844-45 3523 - - Galla-English-German Vocabulary, 8vo. 208 pp. sd. ls 6d

1844 3524 Haussa. Schön's Vocabulary of the Haussa Language, both alphabets, with a Grammar, 8vo. cloth, 6s 6d

1843 3525 Kaffir. Boyce's Grammar of the Kaffir Language, 2nd ed. by Davis, 8vo. hf. bd. 88

1844 3526 Mandingo. Mandingo and English elementary Sounds, Spelling Lessons and Vocabulary, 12mo. 2s 6d

1827 3527 MACBRAIB’s Grammar of the Mandingo Language, with Vocabularies, 8vo. hf. bd. 78 6d

London (P 1840) 3528 Oji. Rüs, Grammar and Vocabulary of the Oji-Language, with reference to the Akwapim Dialect, 8vo. cloth, 9s

Basel, 1854 3529 Sechuana. CASALïs, Etudes sur la Langue Sechuana, 8vo. 58. Paris, 1841 3530 Sherbro and English Church Catechism, 12mo. hf. bd. 78 6d London, 1824 3531 Siwah. MINUTOLI, Verzeichniss von Wörtern der Siwah Sprache, 4to. sd. 2s 6d

* Berlin, 1827 3532 Susoo. Grammar and Vocabulary of the Susoo Language, 8vo. bd. rare, 128

Edinb. 1802 Added are the names of some Susoo Towns, near the banks of the Rio Pongas; a List of learned men of the Mandinga and Foulah Countries, etc. 3533 Wolof. DARD, Dictionnaire Français-Wolof et Français-Bambara, suivi du

Dictionnaire Wolof-Français, avec des observations sur la grammaire, 8vo. hf. cf. 78

Paris, 1825 3534 - Grammaire Wolofe, 8vo. hf. bd. rare, 128

Paris, 1826 3535 ROGER, Recherches sur la Langue Ouolofe, Vocabulaire français-ouolof, 8vo. 68

Paris, 1829 " Apres l'Arabe, l'idiome Wolof est celui à l'aide duquel on est le plus sûr de se faire comprendre des rives de l'Atlantique aux bords du Niger."Preface. 3536 Yoruba. CROWTHER (Rev. Sam.) Vocabulary of the Yoruba Language, with introductory remarks by Vidal, 8vo. cloth, 5s

1852 3537 Zulu. SCHREUDER, Grammatik for Zulu-sproget, 8vo. 2s

1850 3538 DÖHNE'S (J. L.) ZULU-KAFFIR DICTIONARY, etymologically explained, with

copious illustrations and examples, preceded by an introduction on the Zulu

Kaffir Language, 8vo. xiii. and 418 pp. double columns, 12s Cape Town, 1857 3539 - the same, hf. morocco, uncut, 158

1857 AMERICAN LANGUAGES. 3540 Athapask. Buschmann, der Athapaskische Sprachstamm (Mexico), 4to. with Vocabularies, bds. 78 6d

Berlin, 1856 3541 Caraibe. RAYMOND BRETON, Dictionnaire Caraibe-Français, meslé de

quantité de Remarques historiques pour l'esclaircissement de la Langue, Auxerre, 1665—Dictionnaire Français Caraibe, Auxerre, 1666–Catechisme Caraibe, avec une Traduction Française, 16643 vols. in 1, 16mo. old calf, RARE, £6. 108

Auxerre, 1664-66 A lexicographical production of extreme rarity. The author, a Dominican, was sub-prior of the Monastery of Preaching Friars at Blainville; and one of the first four French Missionaries deputed to the Island of Gardeloupe now called Gaudeloup, and the Caribbee Islands in America. The same learned Missionary wrote a Caribbee Grammar, published 1667. 3542 Chilian. FEBRES, Diccionario Chileno Hispano i Hispano Chileno, enri. quecido i mejorado por Calzada, square 12mo. half morocco, gilt top, uncut, 188

Santiago, 1846 3543 - Grammatica de la lengua Chilena, escrita por el Reverendo padre Mi.

sionero Andres Febres, de la C. de J. adicionada i correjida por el R. P. Fr. An. tonio Hernandez Calizada, de la orden de la Regular Observancia de N. P. San Francisco. Edicion hecha para el servicio de las Misiones por órden del Supremo Gobierno i baja la inspeccion del R. P. Misionero Fr. Miguel Anjel Astraldi, impl. 8vo, Large Paper, hf. red morocco, uncut, 28s Santjago, 1846

3544 Cree. Howse's Grammar of the Cree Language; with an analysis of the Chippeway Dialect, 8vo. hf. bd. 7s 6d

1844 3545 Galibi. Dictionnaire François-Galibi, et Galibi-François, precedé d'un Essai de Grammaire, 12mo. hf. bd. 78 6d

Paris, 1763 3546 Greenlandish. KLEINSCHMIDT, Grammatik der grönländischen sprache, 8vo. 2s 6d

1851 3547 MARBAN (Pedro) ARTE DELLA LENGUA Moxa, con su Vocabulario y Catechismo,

stout 12mo, vellum, fine copy, rare, £5. 158 Ciudad de los Reyes (Lima), 1702

Collation : Title, dedication, etc. 16 pp. ; Arte de la Lengua Moxa, fol. 1-117; Vocabulario de la Lengua Moxa, fol. 118-664; Catechismo menor en Lengua Española y Moxa, fol. 1-142; Algunas advertencias tocantes al valor del Matrimonio entre los Indios recien convertidos, 2 pp.; Cartilla y doctrina cristiana en Lengua Moxa, 20 pp.; Declaracion, fol. 163-202; Indice, 2 pp. 3548 Lenni. ZEISBERGER's Grammar of the Lenni Lenape, or Delaware Indians, translated by Duponceau, sm. 4to. hf. bd. 12s

1816-17 Part of the Transactions (Vol. III.) of some American Society. POLYNESIAN AND AUSTRALIAN LANGUAGES. 3549 THRELKELD's Australian Grammar, the Language spoken in New South Wales, 8vo. cloth, 12s

Sydney, 1834 3550 TEICHELMANN and SCHÜRMANN, Grammar, Vocabulary, and Phraseology of the language of South Australia, 8vo. sd. 78

Adelaide, 1840 3551 MARSDEN’S (W.) Miscellaneous Works, on the Polynesian or East-Insular Languages, 4to. map, 21s

1834 3552 New Zealand. WILLIAMS' (W. Archdeacon of Waiapu) Dictionary of the

New Zealand Language, and a concise Grammar : to which is added a selection of colloquial Sentences, 8vo. (pub. at 8s) cloth, 4s

1852 3553 - the same, first edition, 12mo. calf, 2s 6d

1820 3554 SHORTLAND, Traditions and Superstitions of the New Zealanders, 12mo. with · Songs in the native language, cloth, 3s 6d

1854 3555 Tagala. TOTANES (Šeb. de) Art de la Lengua Tagala, sm. 4to. xii. and 140 pp. vellum, 30s.

Manila, 1850 3556 Tahitian. Buschmann, Aperçu de la Langue des Isles Marquises et de la Langue Taïtienne; avec un Vocabulaire Taïtien, par G. de Humboldt, 8vo. 38


IN INDIAM OCCIDENTALEM ET INDIAM ORIENTALEM XXV. Partibus comprehensæ, COMPLETE, 25 parts, in 7 vols. folio, numerous maps, and many hundred curious plates by the De Brys and M. Merian, fine impressions, blue morocco, gilt edges, an excellent set, £165.

Francof. 1590-1634 Grand Voyages.

Petits Voyages. Pars I.

Francof. 1590 » Elenchus, etc. M. Merian, 1634

Pars I.

cum Append. Francof. 1598 Francof. 1591

ib. 1599, cum App. ib. 1625 III. ib. 1592-1605 III.

Francof. 1601 IV. ib. 1 594

ib. 1601 ib. V.

ib. 1601 VI.

ib. 1596

ib. 1604 VII.

ib. 1599

ib. 1605 VIII.

ib. 1599


1607 IX. cum Addit. ib. 1602


ib. 1612, Suppl. ib. 1613 Oppenheim, 1619

Colloquia Lat.-Malaica, ib. 1613 XI. Oppenheim, 1619, cum Append.

Francof. 1613 Francof. 1620

Oppenheim, 1619 XII. Francof. 1624 XII.

Francof. 1628 XIII.

ib. 1634 FIRST EDITIONS of many of the Parts, in large, clean and perfect state. Partes 12, 13, of the Grands Voyages and Pars 1 of the Petits Voyages are a trifle smaller than the other volumes of their respective suites. The leaf “ ad Lectorem Prefatio,” Pars IV. Gr. V. (wanting in many copies) is shorter than the rest, having been inserted from another copy ; two or three other leaves (plates) are inlaid.

The important additions of the ELENCHUS (9 leaves, the reprint) to Pars I. of the First Series,

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and of the Appendix Regni Congo to Pars I. of the Second Series, neither of which belong to the first editions of those parts must not be overlooked. This fine series was purchased of the late Mr. Thorpe, some years since, for £175.

As considerable variations are found in sets of De Bry, this copy must be accepted by the purchaser as not being subject to collation.

Complete sets like the above have sold at very high prices. Un exemplaire de cette collection des grauds et petits voyages, qui renfermait plusieurs doubles, en 29 vol., m. r. tab., a été vendu en 1792, chez Mr. de Brienne, 6300 fr. ; il a passé en Suède. Un exempl. appartenant au colonel Stanley, en 7 vol. mar. bl., comprenant 11 parties des grands voyages doubles, ainsi qu'un grand nombre de gravures répétées, a été vendu 546 liv. st. L'exempl. de Mr. Mel de Saint-Céran a été porté à 1529 liv. 19 s. en 1780. At Paris's sale a copy done up into 60 vols. fetched £210.; Thorpe seems to have bought it, be subsequently sold it for £400. Gardner's copy, containing the original edition of the Elenchus, and some variations, fetched, 1854, £240.; Lord Stewart de Rothesay's copy, with the Elenchus, the Additamentum nonæ Partis, the Appendix Tomi decimi, duplicates of the first six parts of the America (second edition, containing additions or variations) and the Appendix Regni Congo, fetched, in 1855, £205.; a copy from the stock of Payne and Foss, made up by Messrs. De Bure, complete, but the Elenchus reprint, and without one Map in the 12th part of the Petits Voyages (Descriptio Chorographica Indiæ Orientalis), I bought in 1857 for £150, and sold for £165.

The excessive rarity of a complete set of De Bry's Voyages is universally known; and the trouble and expense which attend the Collector of a complete De Bry, has been felt and acknowledged by many: De Bure devotes 118 pages to this work. Those who wish to possess a fine and perfect copy of a work so much esteemed, should not lose this opportunity.

** The Collection of Voyages and Travels into the various countries of the East and West Indies by the De Brys, is certainly a most extraordinary performance; and the difficulty of obtaining a perfect set can be readily imagined when the mode of publication in detiiched portions is taken into consideration. The very quaint, may be truthful, but most amusing engravings, with which the series is illustrated, rendered the work excessively popular, and it will always remain an invaluable record of the Aboriginal Inbabitants of those Regionş. The value and importance of this celebrated Collection of Voyages may excite a more than usual appreciation of its merit and rarity, from the circumstance of the National Institute of France having appointed a Special Commission to examine and make a minute report of its contents, of the variations between the several editions, and every circumstance connected with their publication; which Report was arranged and published by Camus, by the order and at the expense of the Institute.

" This important Collection should not be regarded merely as a book of curiosity, on account of the number of its engravings, and its extreme rarity. These Histories of Voyages and Travels, made several centuries back, in countries a large part of which are even now imperfectly known, contain, in the midst of a multitude of fabulous details, very interesting particulars, and valuable information, of which they are the primitive, and in some instances, the only source. De Bry's Collection is especially useful in the present day, for the purpose of insti. tuting comparison between his narratives and those of modern travellers to the same countries : and many of his statements, formerly reputed fabulous or exaggerated, have been confirmed by more recent accounts."-Bibliotheca Grenvilliana, Vol. I. p. 184.

En 1729 les auteurs du catalogue de la bibliothèque de Wilenbroeck, publié à Amsterdam, vantèrent l'exemplaire de cet amateur comme presque sans pareil ; ils avouoient néansmoins qu'il leur avoit été impossible d'y reunir la douzième et la treizième parties des grands voyages.

Ce qui fait estimer la collection donnée par de Bry et ses héritiers, c'est la réunion de plu. sieurs des premiers voyages aux deux Indes, entrepris depuis la fin du 15e siècle, et la multitude tant de cartes que de planches dont les relations sont accompagnées. Quelques unes de ces relations n'ont point été imprimées ailleurs ; d'autres avoient été imprimées avant d'être recueillies par les de Bry. Ces anciennes relations ont le mérite de faire connaitre les contrées et les hommes tels qu'on les trouva aux premiers temps des découvertes.”—Camus, GRANDS VOYAGES, page 25. 3558 DE BRY “Petits Voyages,” Indiae Orientalis, partes I-X., being all that was .. published of the second edition, bound in 2 vols. folio, text and plates remarkably clean, calf gilt, £8. 88

Francof. 1598-1613 Very slightly imperfect: part I. wants 3 maps and Appendix ; part II. 4 leaves of preface and man at page 72, and plate 37; part III. preface, 2. leaves ; part IV. dedication, 3 leaves; part IX. title. RO ACERBI (J.) Travels through Sweden, Finland, and Lapland, 2 vols. 4to. portrait,

map and 15 plates, those of Natural History coloured, with Finnish music, hf. en bd. calf neat, 6s

1802 3560 ADAMS, Voyages to Africa, 1786-1800, including the Country between Cape Palmas and the River Congo, 8vo. map, bds. 2s 6d

(21830) 161 ATCATAVida de San Martin de la Ascension y Aguirre, Proto-Martyr del Japon. Blur sm. 4to. vellum, 78 60

Madrid, 1739


3562 ALCALÁ-GALIANO, Memoria sobre las Observaciones de Latitud y Longitud en el

Mar, sm. 4to. 7 folding tables ; with a MS. and inedited Memoir of 27 pp. by the same author inserted," sobre el calculo trigonometrico de la altura de las montanas,calf, 12s

1796 This same book was priced, 1829, by Salva, £2. 2s. 3563 ALDRETE (Dr.) Antiguedades de España, Africa y otras Provincias, very small thick 4to. rough calf, 108

Amberes, 1614 A very learned and curious work, full of important and profound researches. 3564 ALFONČE (Capitaine Jan, Sainctongeois) Les Voyages auantureux. (redigés

par Melin de Saint-Gelays).—Les Tables de la Declinaison du Soleil (par Olivier
Bisselin).-2 vols. in 1, sm. 4to. fine copy in russia, gilt edges, VERY RARE, £6. 6s
Poitiers, au Pelican par Jan de Marnef, s. d. At the end of the second work :
Ce Livre ha esté ainsi ordonné par Olivier Bisselin, homme tres-expert à la

Mer. Et achevé d'imprimer à la fin du mois d'Avril, en l'An 1559 The first work, the Voyages of Alfonce, must have been printed in 1558 at the latest, as Saint Gelais died in that year, and Jan de Marnef in his " Au Lecteur" speaks of him as living. As nearly all the copies of this scarce book vary in the arrangement, this, therefore, will not be sold subject to collation, although there can be no doubt of its being perfect, as it contains the full number of leaves as given by Brunet for both parts. The following is the collation of the present copy :--Title with Jan de Marnef au Lecteur on the reverse. Signatures a ii. iii. iv. containing “ A l'Ombre de Saingelais" (sonnet, signed Sc. de S. M. i. e. Scevole de Sainte Marthe); eight quatrains, headed “Jan de Marnef," “ Sonnet d'Alfonce" (signed Rog, Maïs), and “ Bref Recueil du present Livre,” together 3 leaves. Next follow A-Riv., 68 numbered leaves containing the Voyages. The second part, including title-page with privilege on the reverse, occupies 28 leaves, not numbered, but having signatures A to G in fours. Captain Alfonce, who seems to have coasted Europe, Asia, Africa, and America, speaks of Fez as “grande comme Paris ou plus," and mentions a city in the Isle of France “ qui ha plus de circuit en murailles que Paris." The description of the British Islands is very curious, and the mistakes in the names (such as Hulin for Dublin) most amusing. The captain mentions in the Isle de Main “que naissent des hommes queuez." 3565 ALMEIDA. ROTEIRO GERAL dos Mares, Costas, Ilhas, e Baixos, reconhecidos

no Globo ; extractado por ordem da Academia Real das Sciencias, 14 vols. sm. 4to. uncut, £2. 2s

Lisboa, 1835-46 Contents : Parts I. 1, 2; II. ; III. 1, 2; IV.; V.; VI. 1, 2, 3; VIII. ; X. 1, 2; XI. Vols. VII. and IX. have not been published yet. 3566 ALVAREZ (Dom Francisque) Historiale Description de l'Ethiopie, 16mo. old calf, very scarce, 32s

Anvers, C. Plantin, 1558 - the same, 12mo. morocco extra, gilt edges, 25

Anvers, 1557 Prefixed to this description of Ethiopia is the “ Voyage d'André Corsal.” 3567 APIANUS. COSMOGRAPHIA, siue Descriptio universi Orbis Petri APIANI et

GEMMÆ Frisii ; adiecti sunt aliorum Tractatus (Descriptio INDIARUM OCCI. DENTALIUM, Vsus Annuli Astronomici, &c.) 4to. woodcut map and other wood. cuts of Astronomical Instruments, &c. having their moveable parts still attached, very fine copy, in vellum, rare, £3. 3s

Antverp. 1584 At page 152 is an account of the “ ANTHROPOPHAGORUM Insulæ,” including Borneo, Celebes, Isle of Satyrs, &c. Archdeacon Nares considered Shakspeare's Anthropophagian and Anthropophagi, to be “a mock word formed for the sake of the sound.” (Glossary.) -Mr. Halliwell follows with a similar opinion in his Archaic Dictionary.Here we see it as a Geographical name. 3568 ARGENSOLA (B. Leonarda de) Conquista de las Islas Malucas, folio, engraved title, neat copy in old calf, 30s

Madrid, 1609 3569 the same, folio, vellum, 258

1609 3570 AVRIL (Ph. Soc. Jes.) Voyage en divers etats d'Europe et d'Asie, pour decouvrir

un nouveau chemin à la Chine, 12mo. plates, vellum, 78 6d Paris, 1692-3 3571 BARRINGTON (Hon. D.) The Possibility of approaching the North Pole asserted, 8vo. map, hf. calf, 2s 6d

1818 3572 BARRINGTON'S (G.) History of New South Wales, including Botany Bay, 8vo. with coloured plates of Natural History, hf. bd. 108

1802 3573 BARROS E COUTO, ASIA ; dos Feitos que os Portuguezes fizeram no Descu.

brimento e Conquista dos Mares e Terras do Oriente, com Indice, complete, both series, 24 vols. 12mo. portrait and maps, sewed, £4. 4s Lisboa, 1776-86

Priced, 1840, Payne and Foss, mor. £12. 128.

The best account of the Early Discoveries of the Portuguese in Asia. 3573*BARROS, l'Asia, de' fatti de' Portoghesi nella conquista delle parti Orientali, con

la descrittione de' paesi, dalla Portoghese tradotta da Ulloa, Deca I. II. 2 vols. in 1, 4to. calf, 15s

Venetia, Valgrisio, 1562

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3574 BARROW's Account of Travels in the Interior of Southern Africa, 1797-98; with

observations on its Geology, Geography, and Natural History, Sketches of the tribes surrounding the Cape of Good Hope, 2 vols. in 1, 4to. maps, plans, plates, calf gilt, 7s 6d

1801-4 3575 BARTH (H.) Travels and Discoveries in North and CENTRAL AFRICA, 1849-55,

5 vols. 8vo. maps, woodcuts, and plates, (pub. at £5. 5s) cloth, £3. 38 1857-58 3576 ---- Reisen in Nord- und Central. Afrika, 1849-55, 5 vols. 8vo. maps and plates, cloth, £2. 16s

Gotha, 1857-58 3577 --- the same, vol. 4 wanting, 8vo. cloth, £2. 2s.

i ' 1857-58 Vol. V. contains a Dictionary of the Temashight Vocabulary. The missing fourth volume can be imported. 3578 BARTOLOMEO DA LI SONETTI (Zamberto) Isolario o Carte del Mare Egeo,

descritte in Rime, 4to. 56 leaves, the WOODCUT MAPS with the names of places inserted thereon, written in a very old Italian hand, fine copy in vellum, extremely rare, £8. 88: :

· Senza luogo ed anno (circa 1480) Dr. Dibdin in his “ Ædes Althorpiana” (II, No. 1305) conjectures that this curious description of the Archipelago (in sonnets) was published at Venice about 1477. See Mr. Pannizi's opinion in the “ Bibliotheca Grenvilliana.”

COLLATION: 56 leaves without signature, pagination or catchword, the first leaf commencing “Al divo Cinquecento,” page 55 ending “ Famagosta nicosia regal stanza,” page 56 being a Map. All the maps are executed in a very rude manner on wood. 3579 BATAVIA, de hoofstad van Neerlands O. Indien, 4 vols. in 2, 4to. plates, boards, 58 .

Amst. 1782-83 3580 BEECKMANN (Dr.) Voyage to the Island of Borneo, in the East Indies, 8vo. plates, calf, 58

1718 3581 BEHAIM. GAILLANY (F. W.) Geschichte des Seefahrers Martin Behaim ; mit

Abhandlung über die ältesten Karten des Neuen Continents, von Alex. von Humboldt, atlas 4to. with plates of Behaim's Globes, and of the 3 oldest maps of AMERICA, bds. 30s

Nürnberg, 1853 3582 - MURR, histoire diplomatique de Martin Behaim de Nuremberg, avec la de

scription de son Globe terrestre ; traduite par Jansen, 8vo. large map and woodcut, sd. 3s 6d

Strassburg, 1802 3583 BELL'S Travels from St. Petersburg in Russia, to divers parts of Asia, contain.

ing accounts of Journeys with Embassies from Peter the Great to Ispahan, and to Pekin; the Journal of De Lange, Russian Agent at Pekin, 1721-22; and Journeys to Derbent and to Constantinople, 2 vols. in 1, very stout small 4to. map, calf extra, 12s

Glasgow, Foulis, 1763 3584 BENJAMIN OF TUDELA’s Itinerary, Hebrew and English, edited with a Biblio

graphy, Notes, and Essays by Asher, 2 vols. 8vo. bds. 188: Berlin, 1840-41

Amongst ihe Essays will be found Dr. Zunz on the Geographical Literature of the Jews; Lebrecht on the state of the Khalifate of Bagdad. 3585 BENNETT’S (F. D.) Narrative of a Whaling Voyage round the Globe, 1833-36,

comprising Sketches of Polynesia, California, the Indian Archipelago, etc. with an account of Southern Wales, the Sperm Whale Fishery, etc. 8vo. plates (pub. at 28s) cloth, 10s

1840 3586 BERGERON. Voyages faits principalement en Asie dans les XII. XIII. XIV.

et XV. Siècle, par Rubruquis, Marc Paul, Haiton, Mandeville, etc. avec prefaces par Bergeron, 2 vols. 4to. maps, bds. 10s

La Haye, 1735 3587 - the same, 2 vols. in 1, 4to. maps, calf, 10s 6d

1735 - Priced, 1848, Payne and Foss, £2. 28. 3588 BERLINGERI (Francesco) Septe Giornate della Geographia (in terza Rima),

large folio, with all the 31 MAPS engraved on copper, excessively rare, some leaves damaged, etc. it will be sold therefore not subject to collation, boards, £4.45

Firenze per Nicolo Todesco (circa 1480) Priced, 1837 and 1840, by Payne and Foss, with the title and register, mor. £16. 16s; in 1848, by the same, mor. £21. ; sold by auction, 1847, at Paris, 461 fr.

Francisco Berlinghieri, a Florentine, contributed greatly to the study of Italian Poetry by this popular work on Geography. It must have been published about the year 1480, as the Duke of Urbino, to whom it is dedicated, died in 1482. Perfect copies are of rare occurrence. 3589 Biot's Geography of China—see Chinese Books. 3590 BISCHOFF, History of Van Diemen's Land, 8vo. map and plates, bds. 3s 6d 1832 3591 BLUME (C. L.) de Indische Bij, Deel I. stout 8vo. bds. 7s 6d

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