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Haarlem, 1824 4531 MACHADO (D. Barbosa) Bibliotheca Lusitana, Vol. I. only, fol. uncut, £2. 1741 4532 MARSDEN. Bibliotheca Marsdeniana, or Catalogue of Books and Manuscripts

collected for a General COMPARISON OF LANGUAGES, and for the study of Oriental literature, etc. 4to. bds. not printed for sale, 16s

1827 4532*MARTIN; Catalogue des Livres de Feu M. Charles d'Orleans, Abbé de Rothelin, 8vo. arranged in Classes, portrait, vellum, rare, 7s 6d

Paris, 17-16 4533 MEERMAN (G.) Origines Typographicæ, 2 vols. in 1, stout 4to. LARGE AND FINE

PAPER, ruled with red lines, portraits and 10 plates of facsimiles, etc. calf gilt, gilt edges, fine copy, 18s

Hague, 1765 - This is an erudite and excellent work.”Dibdin. “ A work highly esteemed by all bibliographers. It is most beautifully executed, of rare occurrence, and when perfect bears a high price.”—Horne's Introduction. 4534 MÉMOIRES de l'Academie des Sciences, Arts et Belles Lettres, de CAEN, 3 vols. 8vo. plates, sd. 10s

Caen, 1847, 49, 51 4535 MÉMOIRES de l'Institut National des Sciences et Arts (Sciences Morales et Politiques) Vols. I.-V., in 10, 4to. plates, calf gilt, £1.

Paris, 1799-1805 4536 INSTITUT de France. Mémoires de l'Institut Royal de France, “ Classe d'Histoire,” Vol. I.. VI. 4to. sd. £2.

Paris, 1815-22 4537 MEMORIAS da Academia Real des Sciencias de Lisboa, Vols. III. to XÍ. part 1, folio, plates of Antiquities, sd. 5s

Lisboa, 1812-31 4538 MEUSELII (J. G.) Bibliotheca Historica, post Struvium et Buderum, nunc digesta;

amplificata, et emendata; accedunt Indices Auctorum et Rerum, 11 vols. in 22, 8vo. sd. 21s

Lips. 1782-1804 Priced, 1840, Jas. Bohn, £5.58; 1854, Dr. Hawtrey's copy, calf, fetched, £3. A8 ; 1859, Mitford's, £3. 188.

This useful and valuable work is the fruit of great industry. It contains a most extensive enumeration of works relating to history, geography, statistics, &c. arranged with considerable care, 4539 MONTEIL, Traité de matériaux Manuscrits de divers genres d'histoire, 2 vols. 8vo. plates, half morocco, 9s


quae innumeris pene Msp. Bibl. continentur, ad quodvis literaturae genus spect.

describuntur et indicantur, 2 vols. folio, neat in old calf, 28 Paris, 1739

Mead's copy fetched, 378 ; Heath's, 398. “A learned and useful work, almost necessary for every man of letters.” Gibbon's Misc. Works, Vol. I, p. 341. See also: Dibdin's Decameron, Vol. III. p. 207. 4541 MORHOFII (D. G.) Polyhistor literarius, philosophicus et practicus, cura J. A. Fabricii, 2 vols. stout sm. 4to. portrait, calf, 5s

Lubecæ, 1732 4542 - Idem, cura J. A. Fabricii, editio quarta, 3 vols. in 2, stout sm. 4to. portrait, hf. vellum, 10s

Lubece, 1747 An ample general Literary History. 4543 MOULE's Bibliotheca Heraldica Magnae Britanniae : an Analytical Catalogue of

Books on Genealogy, Heraldry, Nobility, Knighthood, etc. and a Supplement of

Foreign Genealogical Works, roy. 8vo. (pub. at 36s) portrait, bds. 188 1822 4544 Naples and Sicily. L'amico della Constituzione, Nos. 1 to 195, 1820-1, and others in the vol.-Giornali Varj, folio, hf. calf, 8s 6d

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non Linguarum Orientalium Bibliothecae Caesareae Vindobonensis, 3 parts in 1 vol. folio, numerous very curious plates of Facsimiles, mostly illustrative of Early Christian Art, russia, binding cracked, 158

Vindob. 1690

4549 NICERON, Memoires pour servir a l'Histoire des Hommes Illustres dans la

Republique des Lettres, avec un Catalogue Raisonné de leurs Ouvrages, par le
P. Niceron, avec quelques Notices par le P. Oudin, J. B. Michault, et l'Abbé
Goujet, 44 vols. 12mo.

Paris, 1729 4550 - - the same, Tomes I–XXXII. 32 vols. 12mo. old calf gilt, Lord Walpole's copy, 18s

1729-35 4551 NODIER, Bibliothèque sacrée Grecque Latine, tableau chronologique, biogra.

phique et bibliographique des auteurs ecclésiastiques dépuis Moïse jusqu'à St. Thomas D'Aquin, 8vo. calf neat, 6s

Paris, 1826 4552 Description raisonnée d'une collection de Livres, 8vo. 68

1844 4553 NOTES AND QUERIES, a Medium of intercommunication for Literary Men,

Artists, Antiquaries, Genealogists, etc. A COMPLETE SET from the commencement,
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calf, from General Fox's library, £8. 10s

1849-50 A copy, 17 vols. only, fetched, 1858, at Puttick's £8. 158. The following distinguished writers are among the contributors : Lord Braybrooke. Henry Hallam, Esq.

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bibliothèques, publiés par l'Institut royal de France, faisant suite aux Notices et Extraits lus au Comité, établi dans l'Académie des Inscriptions et Belles Lettres, Vols. I. to XIII.–13 vols. 4to. plates and facsimiles, hf. bd. calf, not uniform, the Earl of Munster's copy, £6. Os

Paris, 1784-1838 4555 — another set, Vol. I. to X. 10 vols. 4to. facsimiles, calf gilt, fine copy, from Lord Rothesay's library, £4.

Paris, 1787-1818 4556 tome XII. 4to. hf. bd. 78 6d; bds. 10s

Paris, 1831 As there is some irregularity in publication of the recent volumes, I give a statement of what has been done since volume XIII. : vol. XIV. part 1, 2 ; vol. XV. not out; vol. XVI. part 2; vol. XVII. parts 1, 2. The “ Notices et Extraitsform a desirable Supplement to the “ Histoire de l'Académie des Inscriptions." The existence and continuation of this collection, exhibiting such noble proofs of French literary industry, are hardly sufficiently known or appreciated. How is it that so excellent an example is not followed by other European Governments ?.

Rev. Enc, vol. 4, p. 508. 4557 ORME (W.) Bibliotheca Biblica, a List of Books on Sacred Literature, 8vo. bds. 12s

Edinb. 1824

4558 Osmont, Dictionnaire typographique historique, etc. de Livres Rares, 2 vols. 8vo. old calf gilt, 108

Paris, 1768 4559 PANZER, ANNALES TYPOGRAPHICI, ab Artis inventae origine, 11 vols. in 6, 4to. £7.

Norimbergae, 1793-1803 The most elaborate and trustworthy record yet published of the early history of printing, it comes down to the year 1536, though the title-page of the first volume limits it to the fifteenth century. Panzer's great compilation consists of eleven volumes, published at intervals in the course of eleven years,—the first in 1793, the last in 1803. At first the author proposed to carry his Annals no further than the year 1500, and he achieved his purpose in five volumes ; he then extended his design, and carried the work up to 1536 in six volumes more. There is, it may be remarked, one very serious defect in Panzer's arrangements. While he inserted books in every other European language -Swedish, Dutch, Bohemian, &c.—he systematically omitted all those in German, because they were included, or intended to to be included, in a separate work, the . Annalen der ältern deutschen Litteratur,'—which he unfortunately did not live to bring down further than the year 1526. 4560 PAQUOT, Mémoires pour l'histoire littéraire des Pays-Bas, de la Principauté de Liège, etc. 18 vols. fine paper, uncut, 32s

Louvain, 1763-70 “ Cet ouvrage se distingue par des details intéressants et une certaine exactitude.”Brunet. 4561 PELISSON, Histoire de l'Académie françoise, depuis son établissement jusqu'à 1652, 2 vols. 12mo. second edition, fine copy, veau fauve, 5s

Paris, 1730 4562 PERCEL, de l'usage des Romans avec une Bibliothèque des Romans, 2 vols. 12mo. sd. 5s

Amst. 1734 4563 the same, 2 vols. 12mo. calf, 5s

1734 The second volume is entirely devoted to the Bibliography of the “ Romances of Chivalry." 4564 PIETERS, Annales de l'Imprimerie Elseverienne, 8vo. sd. 78 6d Gand, 1852 4565 PINELO (A. de Leon) Bibliotheca Oriental y Occidental, Nautica y Geogra

phica, los Escritores de las Indias Orientales, China, Tartaria, Japan, Persia, Armenia, Etiopia, y otras Partes, 3 vols. folio, LARGE PAPER, bds. £2. 168 1737

Priced 1822, Thorpe, £6.68 ; 1845, Rodd, £3. The most complete general Bibliography of Geographical Works, Travels, Missionary Reports, etc. “ The second volume contains the works relating to America, and its greatest value consists in the notices it gives of Spanish manuscripts on the subject, most of which are still existing in Spain.”Rich's Bibliotheca Americana Nova. 4566 QUERARD, La France littéraire, ou Dictionnaire Bibliographique des Littera

teurs Français et Etrangers qui ont écrit en français, A-Lion, 5 vols. in 9 parts, 8vo. sd. 30s

Paris, 1827-33 4567 - - Archives d'histoire littéraire, de biographie et de bibliographie fran

çaises (1855-1856), complément de la France littéraire, des supercheries litté. raires dévoilées, etc. 2 stout vols. 8vo. sd. 9s

Paris, 1855-56 4568 RENOUARD (A. A.) Catalogue de la Bibliotheque d'un Amateur, 4 vols. 8vo. hf. bd. calf, 21s

Paris, 1819 Priced by Payne and Foss, 1841, £2. 28. · A catalogue well known to Bibliographers. It contains much valuable information on the various editions of the classics as well as of modern literature. It is worthy a place with the productions of Barbier, De Bure and Peignot. 4569 RENOUARD, Annales de l'Imprimerie des ALDE, stout 8vo. troisième édition, por. traits, hf. bound morocco, 21s

Paris, 1834 “ Renouard, in his description of the productions of the Aldine press is without a rival.""

Beloe's Anecdotes of Literature, &c. vol. 3, p. x. (Pref.) “ Le savant historien des Aldes a fait de son propre catalogue une bibliographie très précieuse."- Ch. Nodier. 4570 ROYAL SOCIETY OF LITERATURE; Transactions of the Royal Society of Litera

ture of the United Kingdom, 3 vols. in 6 parts, 4to. First Series complete, plates, (pub. at £9. 19s 6d) 368

1827-29 4571 - Second Series, Vol. 3, in 3 parts, 1847-49, 8vo. maps, sd. 78 6d 1850 4572 SACY (Silvestre de) Catalogue de sa Bibliothèque, 3 vols. 8vo. sd. 258 1842-47 4573 SAINTE PALAIE, Histoire Littéraire des Troubadours, extraits de leurs pièces, etc. 12mo. hf. bd. 3s 60

Paris, 1774 4574 ---- the same, 3 vols. 12mo. calf gilt, 7s 60

1774 4575 - Memoires sur l'ancienne Chevalerie, 3 vols. 12mo. old calf, 3s 6d ib. 1781 4576 ---- another copy, 3 vols. 12mo. calf neat, 78 6d


4577 SANDERI (A.) Bibliotheca Belgica Manuscripta, sive elenchus universalis Co

dicum MSS. in Belgii Bibliothecis adhuc latentium, 2 vols. in 1, sm. 4to. vellum, 368

Insulis, 1641-44 4578 SANTANDER (De la Serna) Catalogue des Livres de sa Bibliothèque, 4 vols. 8vo. with 5 folding plates of Water Marks, hf. cf. 36s

Brux. 1803 Bound up with it is : “Memoire sur l'origine des Signatures et des Chiffres," Brux. 1796. 4579 - - Dictionnaire Bibliographique choisi du quinzième siècle, 3 vols. 8vo. sd. 16s

Brux. 1805 4580 - the same, 3 vols. 8vo. calf, 18s

1805 4581 SARTORI, historisch-ethnographische Uebersicht der Cultur und Literatur in

Oesterreich, Vol. I. 8vo. with an Appendix, The Lord's Prayer in 24 Languages, hf. bd. 3s 6d

Wien, 1830 4582 SEEMILLER, Bibliothecæ Academicæ Ingoldstadiensis Incunabula Typographica, 2 fasc. in 1 vol. 4to. bds. 58

Ingoldstadii, 1787 4583 SEIZ, het derde Jubeljaar der uitgevondene Boekdrukkonst, 8vo. plates, calf, 2s 6d

Haerlem, 1740 4584 Sicily. Effemeridi Scientifiche e Letterarie per la Sicilia, plates, Vols. I. to

III. January 1832 to Sept. 1833, in numbers, sd. 2s 6d Palermo, 1832-33 4585 GIORNALE di Scienze e Arti per la Sicilia, Nos. 85-6, 91-2, 98, 100-4, 108-9, 109, 111, 113, 115, 118, 120-22, 125-together 20 nos. plates, 2s 6d

1830-3 These 2 periodicals are of general and local interest. 4586 SMITH (Joseph, British Consul at Venice). PASCHALII (J. B.) Bibliotheca

Smithiana seu Catalogus Librorum D. Josephi Smithi per cognomina Authorum dispositus, stout sm. 4to. hf. bd. calf, 30s

Venetiis, 1755 *** This valuable library was purchased by Geo. III. and now forms a portion of the King's Library in the British Museum.

Particularly valuable on account of pp. LXVII. to CCCXLVIII. of the Addenda, containing “ Praefationes et Epistolae voluminibus editis appositae, ab Incunabulis Typographiae ante annum MCCCCC.” 4587 STIERNMAN, BIBLIOTHECA SUIOGOTHICA ; in qua, cum dissertatione de Phi

losophia literisque Gothorum, Reges, Magnates atque viri insignes enumerantur ; eorumque SCRIPTA edita ac inedita luci restituuntur; additis auctorum Vitis, 7 vols. in 1, small 4to. hf. bd. calf gilt, uncut, rare, 158

Holmia, 1731 4588 TERNAUX-COMPANS, Bibliothèque Asiatique et Africaine, ou catalogue des ouv.

rages relatifs à l'Asie et à l'Afrique, depuis la decouverte de l'Imprimerie, jus. qu'en 1700, 2 vols. 8vo. sd. 9s

Paris, 1841 4589 THESAURUS Bibliothecalis seu Bibliotheca Bibliothecarum: Versuch einer voll

ständigen allgemeinen Bibliothec für Bücher-Liebhaber, 3 vols. in 1, stout 4to. fine paper, calf, 30s

Franckfurth, 1738 4590 THORPE's Catalogue of Manuscripts, mounted on small folio writing paper, up

wards of 700 articles, with ample descriptions, total value of the collection, £2978.

hf. bd. 12s 4591 - CATALOGUES OF MANUSCRIPTS, State Papers, Autographs, Drawings, Engravings, etc. in all 35, the bundle, 7s 6d

1830, etc. 4592 TIMPERLEY's Encyclopædia of Literary and Typographical Anecdotes : Diction

ary of Printers and Printing, with the Progress of Literature, Ancient and Modern: also Bibliographical Illustrations, &c. thick royal 8vo. (pub. at £1. lls 6d) cloth, 12s

1842 A useful book in all matters connected with Literature and Printing from the 12th to the 19th centuries. 4593 TORY. Bernard (A.) Geofroy Tory, peintre et graveur, premier Imprimeur

Royal, reformateur de l'orthographie et de la typographie sous François I. 8vo. sd. 78

Paris, 1857 4594 UPCOTT'S Bibliographical Account of the principal Works relating to English Topography, 3 vols. Zvo. hf. bd. calf, uncut, £3. 8s

1818 Priced, 1834, Arch, £5. 58 ; 1836, £4. 148 6d; 1840, Jas Bohn, £4. 14s 6d.

Large Paper, 1834 and 1836, Arch, £7.178 6d ; 1843, Payne and Foss, £6. 68 ; 1848, mor£8. 88. Dawson Turner's copy, 1853, fetched £4. 48, Lardner's copy, 1854, 43. 158.

An indispensable adjunct to the Library of any Public Institution or Local Collector, containing an accurate Record of Local Historical Works, arranged under the various Counties which they illustrate, with Collations of the various editions, lists of the maps, plates, pages, &c. which perfect copies ought to contain.

4595 VARUSOLTIS (de Troyes) Xylographie de l'Imprimerie Troyenne pendant

XV-XVIII. siècle, precedée d'une lettre sur l'histoire de la gravure en bois, impl. 4to. 571 quaint woodcuts taken off on 72 leaves of fine paper, boards, 305

Troyes, 1859 This work will shortly become scarce, only a few copies having been printed." 4596 VERARD. Renouvier, des Gravures en Bois dans les livres d'Anthoine Verard, . Libraire de Paris, 1485-1512, 8vo. sd. 8s

Paris, 1859 Tiré à 200 exemplaires. 4597 Vogt, Catalogus historico-criticus librorum rariorum, 12mo. bds. 58 Hamb. 1753 4598 WALCHII (J. G.) BIBLIOTHECA THEOLOGICA selecta, litterariis adnotationibus instructa, 4 vols. 8vo. vellum, 21s

Jene, 1757-65 Priced, 1831, H. Bohn, £2. 88. Bp. Randolph's copy fetched £2. 128 6d. “All who are conversant with sacred literature have borne willing testimony to the correctness and research of Walch, whose work will always remain a production admirable for the extensive reading and accuracy which it evinces. All possible aids for theological literature are here embraced.” - Horne's In. troduction. An invaluable analysis of all the principal theological works ever published, especially those of Germany. Mr. Horne's introduction is largely indebted to this work: 4599 WOLFII (J. C.) Monumenta Typographica, 2 vols. stout 12mo. cuts, half vellum, 12s

Hamburgi, 1740 4600 WÜRDTWEIN (S. A.) Bibliotheca Moguntina libris Saeculo primo typographico

Moguntiae impressis instructa, 4to. with 9 plates, calf neat, 18s Aug. Vind. 1787 4601 ZELTNERI (J. C.) Theatrum Virorum eruditorum qui speciatim Typographiis

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GEORGIA, with the Plants on which they feed, 2 vols. in 1, large folio, with 104 beautifully coLOURED plates, (pub. at £25. 4s) russia extra, £6. 6s

1797 Priced, 1829, and 1836, Jno. Bohn, £8. 188 6d ; 1830, Jas. Bohn, £8.; 1840, Wood, £12. 128. Hibbert's copy fetched £8. 88.

* John Abbot was a most assiduous collector, and an admirable draftsman of insects. His work is one of the most beautiful that this or any other country can boast of. The original coloured impressions are seldom met with."-Swainson. “The insects are charmingly represented in all their mutations : and on such large and characteristic specimens of their food, the whole Plants as well as Insects being scientifically delineated and described, that this publication is to the full as valuable to the Botanist as it is to the Entomologist : we never before beheld the sister sciences walk so closely, and so engagingly hand in hand, as in this interesting volume. It is truly a Flora et En. tomologia.Haworth's Review of Entomology. 4603 ACHARII (Erik) Lichenographia Universalis, stout 4to. 696 pp. and 14 coloured plates, sd. 188

Gottingae, 1810 4.604 ÁGASSIZ, Recherches sur les Poissons FOSSILES, comprenant la déscription de

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1833-45 The text of this work was never completed. The entire collation is as follows:

PLATES Vol. I. pp. xii. and I to 40, Feuilleton

Vol. ). complete , 10 additionel, pp. 144

II. complete

149 Vol. II. Part 1

pp. 264

III. complete 83
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IV. complete
Vol. III.
pp. viii., 390, aud 34

V. complete

91 Vol. IV.

pp. viii., 290 and 22 Vol. V. Part 1 pp. 17-32

394 . pp. 84 and 7 4605 the same, imperfect, with Atlas of 285 plates, £7.108

1833-43 Collation : Text. Vol. I. pp. xii. 40, and Feuilleton additionel, pp. 114: Vol. II pp. 264 : Vol. III. pp. viii. and 156 ; Vol. IV. pp. xvi. and 204 ; Vol. V. pp. 15 and 56.-Atlas, Vol. 1. 7 plates; II. 111 plates ; III. 55 plates ; IV. 58 plates ; V. 54 plates. Total, 285 plates. 4606 ---- a third set, containing 153 plates, £5.



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