Imágenes de páginas

a Ground Plan of the Cathedral and Liberties; the Monuments of Deans Sutton and Fyche; full-length portrait of DEAN SWIFT, and the Monument of Richard,

first Earl of Cork (pub. at £3. 3s) bds. 9s Dublin, printed for the Author; 1820 195 MASON (W. Monck) the same, LARGE PAPER, impl. Āto. Proof Impressions of the plates, (pub. at £4. 14s 6d) bds. 15s

1820 196

the same, LARGE PAPER, 4to. with a double set of the Plates, PROOFS AND INDIA PROOFS, hf. bound green morocco, gilt top, uncut, 32s

1820 A very small number of the LARGE PAPER COPIES remain for sale. This book was originally published at the Author's expense and only a few copies were sold shortly after publication. Mr. Monck Mason then went abroad, and the remainder of the edition has been locked up in a warehouse, the book being considered not only very valuable, but also very scarce. Copies have often sold at sales for large sums. At the recent dispersion of the Author's magnificent collection of Irish Literary Curiosities, the advertiser bought the remaining copies, and now offers them at the above extremely low prices; the Large Paper copies he confidently expects to report soon out of print; even of the small paper copies the entire remainder is under 100 copies. The total edition comprised probably 250 copies.

To the Biography of DEAN Swift and Memoir of his literary labours are devoted 220 pages, in which the author traces every source of light and information to investigate the life and illustrate the writings of that extraordinary man. And to the lucid details of the text are super. added in notes a wealth of copious extracts and quotations from every work, as well contemporary as modern, which has assisted to enlighten or to prejudice the public mind upon the real character of Swift.

“An elaborate work, displaying much antiquarian research. It contains some new and inter. esting matter relative to the life and writings of Swift.”—Lowndes. 197 O'BRIEN (Henry) on the Round Towers of Ireland, or the Mysteries of Free

Masonry, of Sabaism, and of Budhism unveiled, 8vo. cuts, cloth, 24s 1834

Very rare ; Purton Cooper's copy fetched 288. “In O'Brien's work on the Round Towers of Ireland, may be found much curious matter ; and a good deal of light is thrown on the Horrors of Serpent or Boodhist Worship. It is, however, a wild and irreverent book, and by no means to be recommended to the general reader, independently of the nature of its details." 198 O'Conor's Chronicles of Eri, being the History of the Gaal Sciot Iber, or the

Irish People, translated from the original in the Phænician Dialect of the Scy. thian Language, 2 vols. royal 8vo. bds. 14s


Buckinghamie, 1814-26 Only 200 copies were privately printed at the expense of the late Duke of Buckingham.

The expenses incurred by the Duke of Buckingham for the researches and for the printing of these four volumes exceeded the sum of £3,000. They contain Latin Translations from the original Iberno-Celtic MSS. in the library formerly at Stowe. The most important and interesting works illustrative of the history and antiquities of Ireland were selected, and these volumes embody no article ever before printed, or, it might be almost added, ever before known to the literary world, excepting perhaps, by name. The original manuscripts are now in the possession of the Earl of Ashburnham, his lordship having purchased the Stowe collection of manuscripts. Priced 1837, and 1840, bds. Payne and Foss, £25.; Gardner's copy, Large Paper, bds. fetched 1854, £20. 108. 200 RYLAND's History, Topography, and Antiquities of WATERFORD, 8vo. map and

plates, hf. calf gilt, 3s 6d 201 SHEFFIELD. Observations on the Manufactures, Trade, and Present State of Ireland, by John, Lord Sheffield, 8vo. LARGE PAPER, calf, 5s

1785 202 VALLANCEY (Col. Charles) Collectanea de Rebus Hibernicis : Essays, &c.

(chiefly from original MSS.), on the History and Antiquities of Ireland, a com. plete set, 7 vols. 8vo. portrait and plates, £8. 8s

1770-1804 In addition to the scarce Vol. VI. 1804, the above set contains : Vol. VII. An Essay on the primitive Inhabitants of Great Britain and Ireland, 1807—The Ancient Stone Amphitheatre in Kerry, 1812- Antiquities of Kilmackcumpshaugh, 1790. 203 - Collectanea de Rebus Hibernicis, 14 parts in 4 vols. stout 8vo. plates and maps, calf, 30s

Dublin, 1786 204 the same, Vols. I. to V. 8vo. plates, calf neat, £2. 2s

1786-90 These volumes are of great literary merit, and much sought after, in spite of Mr. Petrie's opinion, who says: “It is a difficult and rather unpleasant task to follow a writer so rambling in his reasonings and so obscure in his style ; his hypotheses are of a visionary nature.” Mr. Petrie's account of the Round Towers differs materially from that given by Vallancey in his sixth volume. Vallancey advocates a similar view to that of O'Brien. Altogether the collection is well worth the attention of every Celtic and Irish Scholar,

[ocr errors]

205 WALKER'S (J. C.) Historical Memoirs of the Irish Bards, 4to. with the music of Irish Melodies, cloth, 9s

London, 1786 206 - Historical Memoirs of the IRISH BARDS ; memoirs of Cormac Common,

and of Carolan: and select IRISH MELODIES, 1 vol. 8v0.-A historical Essay on the Dress of the ancient and modern Irish ; and a Memoir on their Armours

and Weapons - 2 vols. 8vo. with Music and Antiquarian plates, calf, 9s 1818 207 WAREI (J.) Archi-Episcoporum Casseliensium et Tuamensium Vitæ, cum His

toria Cænobiorum Cisterciensium Hiberniæ, Dublinii, 1626-De Præsulibus Lageniæ sive Provinciæ Dubliniensis liber unus, ib. 1628–in 1 vol. smallest 4to.

blue morocco extra, gilt edges, £2. 28

On the fly-leaf is the autograph signature of the author “ Jacobus Wareus," and there are also two corrections of the text in his handwriting. 208 WARE (Sir James) History and Antiquities of IRELAND, with the history of the

Writers of Ireland, translated, revised, improved and continued by HARRIS, 2 vols. in 1, folio, portrait of Ware and 21 fine large plates of Costume, Coins, Antiquities, calf, fine copy, £2. 28

Dublin, 1764 209 Scotland. SIBBALDI (Sir Rob. M.D.) Miscellanea quaedam eruditae Anti

quitatis, quae ad Borealem Britanniae majoris partem pertinent, folio, with 3

plates of Roman Antiquities, hf. bd. tall clean copy, scarce, 20s Edinb. 1710 210 BORTHWICK's Inquiry into the Origin and Limitations of the Feudal Dignities of Scotland, 8vo. cloth, rare, 5s

Edinb. 1775 . “This tract is intended to exhibit a view of the limitations of the ancient dignities of Scotland.”

Lowndes. 211 Wales. Coxe's (W.) Tour in Monmouthshire, 2 vols. in 1, 4to. with fine Views by Sir R. C. Hoare, map, etc. hf. calf, neat, 258

1801 212 GIRALDUS CAMBRENSIS. The Itinerary of Archbishop Baldwin through

Wales, A.D. 1188, by Giraldus de Barri, translated into English, and illustrated with Views, Annotations, and a Life of Giraldus, by Sir Richard Colt Hoare, 2 vols. impl. 4to. map and 59 fine plates of Antiquities, Views, Castles, Ruins, &c. (pub, at £8. 8s in bds.) 1806 Itinerarium Cambriae seu Baldvini per Walliam Legationis accurata descriptio, cum annotationibus D. Powell, 1804, 1 vol.together 3 vols. impl. 4to. (pub. at £11. 11s) £5.

1804-6 The learned Editor's Annotations and Notes are peculiarly valuable.”- Lowndes.

“ Giraldus' descriptions of Wales and Ireland are marked by a clearness of narrative and a distinctness of conception which are seldom found among the medieval writers; but they are strictly interspersed with monkish legends and fairy tales, which render him a valuable authority for the earlier nistory of our popular mythology." - Thomas Wright. Giraldus is the most ancient topographer of Wales, he was Bishop of St. David's from 1169 to 1203 inclusive. Two hundred copies only of the above elegant edition (edited by Sir Richart Colt Hoare) were printed. Camden and other historians quote him as an author of undoubted credit. 213 PHILLIPS'S Wales, its language, social condition, moral and religious character

considered in relation to Education, with treatise upon Scotland, Ireland, Brittany, Man, etc. stout 8vo. (pub. at 14s) cloth, 8s

1849 214 PUGH'S (Edward) CAMBRIA DEPICTA, or a Tour through North Wales, 4to. illustrated with upwards of 70 views, (pub. at £5. 58) bds. 21s

1816 215 the same, 4to. calf extra, 308

1816 216 YORKE's (Ph.) the Royal Tribes of Wales, 4to. portraits, uncut, 12s Wrexham, 1799 217 CAMBRIAN QUARTERLY Magazine and Celtic Repertory The), No8. III.-VIII., X.-XVI., XVIII.-XX.-together 16 Nos. 8vo. sd. 30s

1829-1833 For Welsh Literature-see Class European Philology."

FRENCH LITERATURE. 218 BESCHERELLE, Dictionnaire National ou Dictionnaire Universel de la Langue

Française, avec l'examen critique des Dictionnaires de l'Académie, de Laveaux, de Boiste et de Napoléon Landais, 2 vols. impl. 4to. 3034 pp. with the etymologies, hf. bd. morocco, £2. 10s

Paris, 1856 219 BOREL, Tresor de Recherches et Antiquitez Gauloises et Françoises, en ordre

alphabetique, enrichies d'origines, Epitaphes et autres choses rares et curieuses, et de beaucoup de mots de la langue Thyoise ou Theuthfranque, sm. 4to. very fine copy, calf neat, 188

Paris, 1655 “ Ouvrage peu commun.”Brunet. 220 CARTOUCHE, (the French Robber) Le Vice Puni, ou Cartouche, pöeme, small 8vo. plates, avec Dictionnaire Argot-Français, hf. bd. 58

Paris, 1728

[ocr errors]

221 COTGRAVE (R.) A Dictionarie of the French and English Tongues, stout sm. folio, old call, 24s

London, 1611 For an account of this valuable and useful work-see Douce's Illustrations of Shakspeare.

The most popular Dictionary of the period. “We have no Dictionary but Cotgrave that can help us to understand Rabelais's language."-J. Ozell. 222 DICTIONNAIRE de l'Academie Française, 2 vols, in 1, stout impl. 4to. 1165 pp. triple columns, sd. 12s

Bruxelles, 1847 223 - BARRÉ, Complément du Dictionnaire de l'Academie, stout 4to. 1281 pp. sewed,

Paris, 1845 224 FLEMING AND TIBBINS' Royal Dictionary, French-English and English

French, compiled from the Dictionaries of Johnson, Todd, Ash, Webster, and
Crabb, from the last edition of Chambaud, Garner, Descarrieres, Laveaux, Boiste,
Dictionary of the Academy and Complement, 2 vols. impl. 4to. (pub. at £3. 38)
£2. 48

Paris, Didot, 1841-4 225 - Dictionnaire Français-Anglais, impl. 4to. 1104 pp. cl. bds. 21s Par. 1845

English-French Dictionary abridged, royal 8vo. 1078 pp. hf. morocco, 158

Paris, 1856 227 GATTEL, Dictionnaire Universel de la langue Française, 2 vols. stout 8vo. 1862 pp. hf. calf, 78 6d

Brux. 1841 228 LEROUX (P.J.) DICTIONNAIRE COMIQUE, Satyrique, Critique, Burlesque, Libre

et Proverbial ; avec une explication très-fidelle de toutes les manières de parler burlesques, &c. qui peuvent se rencontrer dans les meilleurs Auteurs, tant anciens que modernes, best edition, 2 vols. 8vo. old calf, 258

Pampelune, 1786 A work of great utility in reading the old French authors. 229 MENAGE, DICTIONNAIRE ETYMOLOGIQUE, ou Origines de la Langue Françoise,

avec les Origines de Caseneuve, les additions de Jacob, Valhebert, Besnier et le Vocabulaire Hagiologique de Chastelain, nouvelle édition. dans la quelle on a inséré les Additions à leur place. On trouvera encore les Etymologies de Huet, Le Duchat, De Vergey, et plusieurs autres, corrigées et augmentées par A. F. Jault, auquel on a ajouté le Dictionnaire des Terms du Vieux François de Borel, augmenté des Mots qui y étoient oublié; 2 vols. folio, best edition, fine clean copy, quite uncut, 30s

Paris, 1750 Priced by James Bohn, 1840, £4.48 ; by Nattali, 1846, £2. 108 ; by H. Bohn, 1847, £2. 168 ; by Techener, Paris, 1853, 60' fr.

“On n'eut rien de parfait en ce genre jusq'au Dictionnaire de Ménage. La Reine Christine disoit de lui, qu'il savoit non-seulement d'ou les mots venoient, mais où ils alloient."- Barbier. 230 MICHEL (Francisque) DICTIONNAIRE d'ARGOT, ou Etudes de philologie comparée

sur l'argot et sur les idiomes analogues parlés en Europe et en Asie, 8vo.lyi. and 516 pp. 12s

Paris, 1856 231 POUGENS, Archéologie Française, ou Vocabulaire de Mots Anciens propres à être

restitués au langage moderne, 2 vols. in 1, 8vo. hf. bd. 7s 6d Paris, 1821 232 SPIERS' French Dictionary: Dictionnaire général Français-Anglais et Anglais.

Français, nouvellement redigé d'après les Dictionnaires Français de l'Academie, de Laveaux, de Boiste, de Bescherelle, etc. et les Dictionnaires Anglais de

Johnson, Webster, Richardson, 2 vols. 8vo. both parts, 10th ed. sd. 13s Par. 1858 233 — the same, 2 vols. 8vo. hf. calf, 18s

1858 “A work of very great research, admirable in its arrangement, of great perspicuity, and a production of a very high character. The Dictionary of Dr. Spiers was by far the best (French and English) Dictionary he had even seen.”– Vice-Chancellor Sir W. P. Wood, Times, Feb. 26, 1858.

Spiers' French Dictionary may emphatically be called " THE MOST PRACTICAL of all published.”

Talented linguists of France and England have combined in the task of producing, in a com. pact form, a Dictionary comprising all modern Terms, Scientific words, Idioms, Phrases, and Difficulties, thus making it an eminently useful Book of Reference to English and French Students. 234 ABRÉGÉ Chronologique de l'Histoire générale d'ITALIE, depuis la chute de

l'Empire Romain, (476—1314), par Saint Marc, 6 vols. st. 12mo. sd. 9s 1761-70 235 ABRÉGÉ de l'Histoire du Nord, ou des Etats de Dannemarc, Russie, Suède, Pologne, Prusse, etc. 2 vols. 12mo. vellum, neat, 6s

1762 236 ANTHOLOGIE Françoise ou Chansons Choisies, depuis le 13e Siècle jusqu'a present, 3 vols. small 8vo. with the Music, plates, calf neat, 10s 6d

1765 237 ARCHENHOLTZ, Memoires concernant Christine, Reine de Suède, pour servir à

- l'histoire de son regne, de sa vie privée et de l'histoire de son temps, 2 vols. 4to. vellum, 10s

Amst. 1757

238 Azais, des Compensations dans les Destinées Humaines, 3 vols. 48 Par. 1818 '239 Explication universelle, 4 vols. in 3, 8vo. sd. 38 6d

1826-28 240 BACALLAR Y SANNA, Mémoires pour servir à l'Histoire d'Espagne sous Philippe V., 4 vols. 12mo. portrait and maps, old french calf gilt, 6s

Amst. 1756 241 BARANTE (M. de) Histoire des Ducs de Bourgogne de la Maison de Valois, 1364

1477, 2 vols. imp. 8vo. cuts, half morocco, top edges gilt, 30s Bruxelles, 1838 242 - - enrichie de notes par Marchal, 10 vols. in 5, 8vo. plates, neatly hf. bound, 36s

Brux. 1839 A noble work—a masterpiece of historical narration. The author relies entirely upon contemporary information, and introduces, as far as possible, the same language; he gives in the style of Froissart a most faithful picture of that eventful period of English and French History, the possession of France by the English. The peculiar position of the Dukes of Burgundy, first as masters of France, and afterwards as almost independent Sovereigns of Burgundy, Picardy, Flanders, Hol. land, and Luxembourg, their struggles for power in France, their combats with the proud cities of Flanders, their magnificence in public entries and tournaments, their great influence in the affairs of Europe, and their extinction in the Battle of Nancy, by the victorious Swiss, are all of the most stirring interest, and serve indeed as the best guide for the understanding of Mediæval History, its glory and its misery. 243 BERANGER (Mons.) Euvres complètes, 3 vols. large 8vo. edition illustrée par

J. J. GRANDVILLE, many spirited woodcuts, calf extra, gilt edges, by C. Lewis, £3. 58

Paris, 1839 A series of designs by Johannot inserted. 244 - Oeuvres complètes, illustrées par Grandville, avec les Chansons nouvelles, royal 8vo. fine woodcuts, hf. red morocco, uncut, 18s

Paris, 18-10-48 245 BIBLIOTHEQUE BLEUE, ou Recueil D'Histoires Singulieres et Naïves, 5 vols.

in 3, sm. 8vo. hf. blue morocco extra, gilt backs and tops, curious and scarce, from the Library of the Earl of Clanbrasil, 30s

Paris, 1769-70 Contents: Histoire de Robert le Diable, Duc de Normandie; et de Richard Sans Peur son fils. -Histoire de Fortunatus et de Ses Enfans.- Nouvelle Histoire de Pierre de Provence et de La Belle Maguelonne.-Histoire de Jean de Calais. 246 BIGNON, Histoire de France, depuis le 18 Brumaire (Nov. 1799), jusqu'à la paix

de Tilsitt (Juillet, 1807), 6 vols. 8vo. (pub. at 48 fr.) sd. 58 Mons. 1829-30 247 BLANC (Louis) Histoire de la Révolution Française, Vols. I.–VIII. 8vo. (pub, at £2.) sewed, 258

Paris, 1847-56 248 BOILEAU DESPREAUX, Euvres, avec un Discours préliminaire par Palissot, 4to.

portrait and plates, bound from the sheets, blue MOROCCO, gilt edges, with tooled and gilt sides, and morocco joints, 32s

Paris, 1798 249 - Oeuvres de, avec un nouveau commentaire par Amar, 4 vols. 8vo. Large Paper, portrait, calf extra, £2. 28

Paris, 1871 This edition is the most correct and the most complete that has hitherto appeared, with regard to the text and the notes of Boileau himself, and the variantes of former editions.

“If I am not deceived there is something in all the compositions of Boileau, so finished, so removed from conceit, and from forced thought; there is such an ardent zeal for propriety in sen. timent and in expression, such a sense of the dignity of the human character, when undebased; such a hatred of hypocrisy; such a love of purity; such an abhorrence of all profaneness, and of indecency, and even of indelicacy; that I am not able to name a man whose works, as a poet and a critic, may be read and studied with equal advantage.”- Pursuits of Literature, &c. p. 49.. .

“ Boileau may be compared to the dog, whose sagacity is remarkable, as well as its fawning on its master, and its snarling on those he dislikes. If Boileau was too stern to admit the pliancy of grace, be compensates by good sense and propriety. He is like (for I will drop animals) an upright magistrate, whom you may respect, but whose public justice and severity leave an awe that discourages familiarity,”-Works of Hor. Walpole, vol. v. p. 600. 250 BOISMONT (A. B. de) des Hallucinations, Histoire raisonnée des Apparitions, des

Visions, du Magnetisme, de Somnambulisme, etc. 8vo. 626 pp. sd. 58 Par. 1845 251 BRANTÔME (P. de Bourdeilles, Seigneur de) les (Euvres de; avec des Remarques

historiques, et critiques, par Le Duchat, Lancelot et Prospère-Marchand,

15 vols. 12mo. old calf gilt, Lord Orford's copy, £3. Londres (Maestricht), 1779 " Brantôme is frequently an amusing and instructive writer, but his naïveté often borders upon what must be considered not a little licentious. He has preserved many important facts, as well as entertaining anecdotes, which must have otherwise perished. It is pleasant to find the unaccount. able omission of his name by La Harpe, supplied by a short, but smart notice of him, by Barbier."

Dibdin's Library Companion, p. 538.


The reader will find the notice mentioned by Mr. Dibdin, in Barbier's Bibliothèque d'un Homme de Goût, vol. 4, p. 17.

Mr. Dibdin adds in a note, “ We owe to Brantôme, I believe, the preservation of the affecting song which Mary sung in the vessel, while quitting the shores of France, to return to her kingdom. Yet there may be reasonable doubts of its authenticity. Was the sensitive mind of a woman in her situation, in a state to warble ditties ?”

“ Here M. Villemain (in one of his Lectures) compared the cold narrative given by Robertson, of the last moments of the interesting Mary Stuart, with the unpretending page left by Brantôme, who was merely a man of the world. Brantôme's page is picturesque and true, and almost sublime because it is true; while the laboriously polished narrative of Robertson is, at bottom, a mere fiction. And why is this? Because Brantôme wrote with the feelings and simplicity of his age; while Robertson was merely a citizen of Edinburgh, who had become learned by poring over the works of old authors, but he wanted that turn of mind which was necessary to enable him to see events as they really happened."--New Monthly Magazine, vol. 23, p. 95. 252 BROSSES (Chas. de) du Culte des Dieux Fétiches, ou Parallèle de l'ancienne Reli

gion de l'Egypte avec la Religion actuelle de Nigritie, 12mo. 286 pp. sd. rare, 3s 6d

(Paris), 1760 253 BROUSSAIS, de l'Irritation et de la Folie, 8vo. 590 pp. sd, 2s 6d

1828 254

de l'Irritation et de la Folie, ou les Rapports du Physique et du Moral établis sur les bases de la Medicine Physiologique, 2 vols. 8vo. 1182 pp. sd. 3s 6d

Paris, 1839 255 BRUSCAMBILLE (Euvres, contenans ses Fantasies, Imaginations, et Paradoxes, et autres discours Comique, 18mo. calf gilt, rare, 24s

Rouen, 1635 “ There are not three Bruscambilles in Christendom (said the stallman) except what are chained up in the libraries of the curious."--Tristram Shandy. 256 Bussy-RABUTIN, Histoire amoureuse des Gaules, suivie de la France galante.

romans satiriques du 17e siècle, avec des notes et une introduction par Poitevin, 2 vols. 12mo. cloth, 5s

Paris, 1857 - Mémoires et Correspondance, 1666-93, 6 vols. 12mo. sd. 9s Par. 1857-8 258 BUTLER, Hudibras, poëme écrit pendant les guerres civiles d'Angleterre, traduit

en vers français par TOWNELEY, 3 vols. 12mo. with plates after Hogarth, cloth, 168

Paris, 1819 259 — the same, 3 vols. hf. calf neat, rare, 20s

1819 The English original and French translation on opposite pages. The best French translation ever made of an English Classic. 260 CAPEFIGUE (M.) Histoire de France. Hngues Capet et la troisième Race,

jusqu'à Philippe-Auguste, 2me periode, 2 vols. in 1-Histoire de France au Moyen Age, de Philippe-Auguste, 1180-1223, 4 vols. in 2–Moyen Age depuis Philippe-Auguste jusqu'à la fin de Louis XI. A. D. 1223-1483, 3 vols. ; together 9 vols. in 6, 8vo. half calf gilt, 24s

Paris, 1829-39 261 - les Quatre premiers siècles de l'Église Chrétienne, 4 vols. 8vo. sd. 78 6d

1850-1 262 - l'Eglise au Moyen Age, 2 vols. 8vo. sd. 38 6d

1852 263 CASANOVA. Memoires de J. Casanova de Seingalt, écrits par lui-méme, édition

originale, la seule complète, 10 vols. 8vo. half French morocco, VERY RARE, £3. 108

Paris, 1833-37 These curious Memoirs show a most extraordinary insight into human nature, and display the Romance of Prison Life. 264 CENT NOUVELLES Nouvelles (Les) contenant cent nouvelles ou nouveaulx comptes

plaisants et récréatifs pour deviser en toutes compagnies, nouvelle édition, d'après le texte des premières éditions gothiques, avec des notes et une notice par P. L. Jacob, bibliophile, 12mo. 510 pp. cloth, 4s 6d

Paris, 1858 C'est là le Décaméron gaulois ; quant à l'auteur, si ce n'est pas le roi Louis XI., c'est Antoine de la Sale qui écrivait sous la dictée du dauphin de France et de sa petite-cour au château de Genappe. Cette édition offrira le véritable texte original, mais débarassé des innombrables fautes d'impression qui rendent les éditions primitives presque inintelligibles. 265 CERVANTES, Don Quichotte de la Manche, traduction de Sainct Martin, avec la vie par Auger, 6 vols. 8vo. calf, 12s

Paris, 1825 266

Don Quichotte, traduit et annoté par Viardot, 2 vols. royal 8vo. several hundred spirited woodcuts by Johannot, hf. morocco, gilt backs, 18s Paris, 1836

« AnteriorContinuar »