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363 RABELAIS (François) Euvres, avec sa vie, une clef et quelques remarques, 2 vols. 16mo. old calf neat, 6s

1659-69 364

EUVRES, avec des Remarques historiques et critiques de M. Le Duchat et B. de la Monnoye, 6 vols. sm. 8vo. plates, LARGE PAPER, remarkably beautiful copy in old FRENCH BED MOROCCO, gilt edges, £9.98

(Paris), 1732 365 Oeuvres de; 3 vols. 8vo. calf extra, 278

1823 366

Ses (Euvres, édition variorum, augmentée de pièces inédites, des Songes drôlatiques de Pantagruel, ouvrage posthume, avec l'explication en regard; des remarques de Le Duchat, le Bernier, de Le Motteux, de l'Abbé de Marsy, de Voltaire, de Ginguené, &c. et d'un nouveau Commentaire historique et philologique par MM. Esmangart et Eloi Johanneau, 9 vols. 8vo. sewed, uncut, £3.

Paris, Dalibon, 1823 367 the same, Vols. 2-9, 8vo. no engravings, sd. uncut, 208

1823 This edition of the works of Rabelais, printed by Didot the Elder, is ornamented with 132 engravings, 120 of which serve to illustrate the Songes drolatiques.

Cardinal Duprat was so enamoured of Rabelais' works that he was never without a copy of them. Wherever he went, his Rabelais went with him. Cardinal Jean du Bellay was possessed of the same feeling ; he admired Rabelais so much, that he refused a learned individual of the day a seat at his table, because he had not read the Book, for so Rabelais' singular narrative was called. Boileau styled him, good sense under a mask. La Bruyère spoke of him as follows : “ Rabelais is incomprehensible. His book is an inexplicable enigna ; a chimera. It is the face of a beautiful woman, in other respects terribly deformed. It is a monstrous compilation of moral beauty and vile corruption ; what is bad of it is of the worst description, the height of vulgarity; what is good, is most exquisitely so, the perfection of delicacy."

Sterne is well known to have been a great admirer of Rabelais, and not a little of the spirit of the Curé de Meudon, is diffused through his writings. The quaintness and abruptness of his style may be traced also to Rabelais.

Rabelais is more celebrated than read. In every page of his satire may be traced the character of the man,

whose words on his death bed were-Je m'en vais chercher un grand peutêtre. Swift, who has been called by some the English Rabelais, perhaps caught the idea of his Tale of a Tub, and of Gulliver, from a knowledge of the Curé de Meudon's productions.

“Whoever desires to understand the ideas and opinions of those times (the Civil Wars of France), fully, must read Rabelais. In the picture of licentiousness, full of repulsive nudities, which he unfolds, lies concealed a profound seriousness. Rabelais is one of the few masters of satire who has depicted the failings of a whole epoch in great and truthful outlines. He cites the errors of all classes before the tribunal of sound human understanding :-the extravagance of the chiefs of the land, permitted by over-indulgent kings; the disorders of the capital, which the King, to the astonishment of strangers, did not better suppress by the administration of justice ; the abuses of justice itself—its forms confusing and entangling the cause—its multiplied documents in the process -and at last its decisions arrived at as if by the chances of the dice."-Athenæum. 368 RACINE (F.) Euvres, 7 vols. 8vo. fine plates, Etruscan calf gilt, £2. Paris, 1796 369

Euvres de, avec les variantes, par Petitot, et mémoires sur la Vie de Racine, 5 vols. 8vo. portrait and plates, calf neat, 14s

Paris, 1810 “ Racine is deservedly the favourite of the French nation; for besides the perfection of his style, and a complete mastery over his art, according to the rules prescribed by the national taste, there is a certain tenderness of sentiment, movement of the heart, under all the artificial pomp by which it is disguised, which cannot fail to interest the reader. His Athalie is, perhaps, the most perfect of all his pieces.”—Edinburgh Review, vol. 26, p. 93. 370 RECUEIL des plus beaux Vers qui ont esté mis en Chant, avec le Nom des Autheurs

tant des Airs que des Paroles, 12mo. frontispiece, CITRON MOROCCO, gilt edges, by Bedford, scarce, 36s

Paris, 1661 371 RÉMUSAT (Ch. de) l'Angleterre au dix-huitieme siècle, etudes et portraits pour

servir à l'histoire du gouvernement Anglais, depuis la fin du regne de Guillaume III. 2 vols. 8vo. (pub. at 14 fr.) sd, 9s

1856 372 RETZ. Mémoires du Cardinal de Retz, de Guy Joli et de la Duchesse de Nemours, 6 vols. 12mo. nice copy, calf gilt, 15$

Geneve, 1777 373

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Paris, 1820 374 Révolution Francaise. BRISSOT, Mémoires sur ses Contemporains, et la Révolution Francaise, 2 vols. 8vo. sd. 4s

Paris, 1830

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375 COURIER DE PROVENCE: MIRABEAU, Lettres à ses Commettans, Mai-Juillet, 1789. Courier de Provence, pour servir de suite aux Lettres

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Paris, 1795 378 JOURNAL DE PARIS, depuis le 1er Janvier 1789, jusqu'au 31e Décembre

1791, (par MM. D. J. Garat, Condorcet, Regnaud de Saint-Jean-d'Angely, etc.) 1089 Nos. wanting No. 195 for 1790, and Nos. 115, 205, 272, 277-9, 311

for 1791, Nos. 193 and 279 of 1790 are duplicates, otherwise complete and consecutive, in a

most desirable clean and uncut state, in 9 vols. 4to. hf. od. £4. 4s 1789-91

This rare Journal contains the most interesting and authentic information of the daily occurrences during the French Revolution. It is in fact the most valuable historical account of the French Revolution in existence.

“ The Journal de Paris first appeared in 1777 ; it is therefore the oldest of the French daily Journals. Up to 1789, M. Sautreau de Marsy, conducted that part of it devoted to literature, to the satisfaction of the enlightened part of the community. For some years after the commencement of the Revolution, its columns were dedicated to politics only. It is not yet forgotten with what energy and talent the labours of the representative body were there commented on by Garat, Condorcet, and Regnaud de Saint-Jean-d'Angely. Literature was again introduced to its columns in 1796 by one of its Proprietors, M. Roederer."-Ventouilla.. 379 MALLET DU PAN, Mercure Britannique, ou Notices historiques et critiques sur les Affaires du tems, 5 vols. 8vo, hf. bd. 15$

Londres, 1798-1800 380 MÉMOIRES et Correspondance pour servir à l'histoire de la Révolution, 2 vols. 8vo. 978 pp. sd. 98

Paris, 1851 381 ITALIAN TRACTs on the French Revolution. (Barzoni), L'Equatore, 4 parts, Am

burgo, 1797 ; (Barzoni), I Romani nella Grecia, Lond. 1797 ; (Scrofani), Tutti

han torto, e Continuazione, Italia, 1794; 4 tracts in 1 vol. 8vo. hf. bd. 6s 1791-7 382 RÉVOLUTION FRANÇAISE ou Analyse complette et impartiale du MONITEUR, 3 vols.;

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Paris, 1848 384 SABATIER, Journal Politique-National des Etats-Généraux et de la Révolution de 1789, 2 vols. 8vo. sd. scarce, 5s

1790 385 Tracts and PAMPHLETS relating to the French Revolution. Le Massacre des

Innocens, Assemblée du Bailliage de Lons-le-Saunier; Coulon, sur la Conspiration; l'Emeute à Aix; Relation des Evénements, Avril 18-26 ; les Intrigues dévoilés ; la Conduite des Gardes-du-Corps ; Massacres par les Protestans à Nismes; Procès relatif à la mort de M. de Belzunce ; Fête patriotique donnée par la Jeunesse d'Angers ; Troubles à Besançon; Récit Sanglant de ce qui s'est passé à Lyon au sujet des Rejouissances ; Nouvelles très-interessantes du Havre de Grace; Affaire des Théatins ; Recit de ce qui s'est passé à Chaillot ; les Assassins, Dénonciation au Peuple ; Manoeuvres de plusieurs séditieux, and others, together 20, a curious and rare collection of the original pamphlets, some published at the provincial towns, in 1 vol. 8vo. hf. bd. 20s

1789-91 386 TRACTS and PAMPHLETS. Robespierre, Rapport fait au nom du Comité de

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1790-99

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Paris, 1851 390 Roujoux (Chev. de) Histoire des Rois et des Ducs de Bretagne, 4 vols. 8vo. sd. 3s 6d

Paris, 1828-29 391 ROUSSEAU (J. J.) Oeuvres, 26 vols. 18mo. port. and neat plates, cf. 25s Paris, 1791 392

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Paris, 1843 Contents : Valentine, Jacques, Leone Leoni, le Secrétaire, André, la Marquise, Lavinia, Metella, Mattea, Lélia, Spiridion, la dernière Aldini, les Maitres Mosaistes, Lettres d'un Voyageur, Simon, l'Uscoque, Horace, le Compagnon du Tour de France, les Sept Cordes de la Lyre, Gabriel, Melanges. 396

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1821-44 Priced, 1845, Bossange, sewed, £10. 108. The best History of France is undoubtedly that of the learned Sismondi, who diligently studied all the original Sources, and guided by a sound critical judgment, and by liberal political views, produced a work which supersedes all rivals. Sismondi's style is noble and vivid ; he gives life to every character he describes. Many pages of Sismondi illustrate English History; and of the French Historians, he is the most honest and candid with regard to this country. Guizot reconmends Sismondi's History of France as the best book of its kind. Since Mezerai's time, a vast amount of additional matter has been gathered in illustration of persons and events, all of which Sismondi has used in his work. “ The author of the historical work now before us is already well known to our readers. * * * On the field which he has now chosen, Sismondi must be considered not as having rivals to surpass, but as having an entire deficiency to supply, Daniel, and even Mezerai are no longer read. "Velly is a cold and languid compiler, whose narrative is very incomplete, and who is more inaccurate than is excusable in a writer who is so little turned aside by reflection from inquiring into facts. Henault's Abridgment is no more than a portable book of reference, and a convenient help to the recollection of those who are already acquainted with History. * * * The History of Charlemagne in this work is incomparably the best that we have ever read. The narrative is full and accurate, uniformly supported, and often animated by original documents. The events are disposed in the clearest order; the authorities are weighed with critical judgment; curiosity and research everywhere directed to proper and important subjects ; the language is natural and spirited; the narration is at the same time interesting and amusing ; and if we were desirous of pointing out the best general account of the state of the world in the beginning of the ninth century, we should have no hesitation to name M. de Sismondi's History of Charlemagne."

Edinburgh Review, vol. 35, pp. 488-9-504. 404 SISMONDI, HISTOIRE DES RÉPUBLIQUES ITALIENNES du Moyen Age, 12 vols. 8vo, sd. 368

Paris, 1829 405

Républiques Italiennes, 10 vols. 8vo. portraits and plates, neatly hf. bd. morocco, full gilt backs, £3. 16s

Paris, Furne, 1840

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A work that will yet always be read for the beauty of its style, and the richness and wisdom of its reflections. " The analogy between the republics of ancient Greece and those of Italy during the Middle Ages is also well deserving of attention. Between the population of Athens and that of Florence there is no greater apparent difference than might be ascribed to mere local causes. In both there is the same fervour for democratic rule, the same fickleness, the same thirst for pleasure, similar innate love of the fine arts, the same passionate vehemence of admiration or of hatred, and it would be difficult to establish any important moral difference between a Florentine of the age of Lorenzo the Magnificent, and a Greek of the age of Pericles. Whoever would wish to trace the commerce, the philosophy, art, literature, and policy of modern Europe, must make the period of the Italian republics a particular study.”Gent.'s Mag. Oct. 1844.

" The publication of M. Sismondi's Histoire des Républiques Italiennes has thrown a blaze of light around the most interesting, at least, in many respects, of European countries, during the middle ages. I am happy to bear witness, so far as my own studies bave enabled me, to the learning and diligence of this writer ; qualities which the world are apt sometimes not to suppose, when - they perceive so much eloquence and philosophy. I cannot express my opinion of M. Sismondi in this respect more strongly than by saying that his work has almost superseded the annals of Muratori.”—Hallam's Middle Ages. 407

Précis de l'Histoire des Français jusqu'à 1598, 2 vols. 8vo. 1106 pp. sd. 4s 6d

Paris, 1839 The author's own abridgement. 408

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Paris, Furne, 1857 The History of the French Revolution by Thiers is a celebrated and popular book in France —and I believe in Europe. His was, in the highest degree, one of that quality of minds which takes a marvellous grasp of all things-rapid in the acquirement of knowledge—one of those fine and unsullied pages on which so much may be written. He set himself to examine into the facts and the men of the Revolution. He inquired into its laws, it orations, its battles, its victories, its defeats. He occupied himself with researches of a thousand kinds;- -war he discussed with the generals—finance with the financiers—diplomacy with the diplomatists. Nothing escaped his enthusiastic, persevering, and enlightened mind. The History of the French Revolution unites in itself all the kinds of merits which characterise those various brief historic relations, which are not history itself, though nearly related to it. Its pages contain admirable passages. There are in many parts of this great book, whole chapters, which read as if they had been written with the sword." - Jules Janin. 421 Thurot, Introduction à l'Etude de la Philosophie, 2 vols. 8vo. 796 pp. sd. 4s 1830 422 TOPFFER, Voyages en Zigzag, royal 8vo. engravings by Calame Paris, 1844 gilt, 5s

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Leipzig, 1847 438

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Magdeburg, 1833-49 A valuable German Etymological Dictionary, with all the High and Low German Synonyms, Provincialisms, Idioms, Technical Terms, etc.

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