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685 TASSO, the same, with Bernardo Castello's plates, a pretty specimen of old RÈD MOROCCO binding, 208

Genova, 1615 la Gerusalemme liberata, 2 vols. 8vo. ed. uncut, 78 6d Firenze, 1818

- la Gerusalemme liberata, 2 vols 8vo. large type, sd. 78 6d Firenze, 1823 688

la Jérusalem Délivrée traduite en vers français, avec notes par BaourLormian, precedée d'une notice sur le Tasso par Buchon, 3 vols. 8vo. portrait and plates, hf. bd. 58

Paris, 1819 689 – BIRAGO, Dichiarationi poetici, istorici, etc. nella Gerusalemme Conquistata, stout sm. 4to. vellum, gilt, 4s

Milano, 1616 690 – ROSINI, Saggio sugli Amori di Torquato Tasso, 8vo. sd. 28

Pisa, 1832 691 – Vita del Tasso, da Serassi, 4to. portrait on title, uncut, 10s Roma, 1785

L'édition la plus correcte.”—Brunet. 692 TEATRO COMICO FIORENTINO, contenente venti delle più rare commedie citate

dagli Accademici della Crusca, 6 vols. sm. 8vo. old calf extra, 188 Firenze, 1750

Ce recueil estimé est dû aux soins de J. Ch. Frighetti; il renferme entr'autres la Tancia, par Michel Ange Buonarotti, en langue rustique. 693 TEATRO ITALIANO ANTICO, con note dal Dott. Ferrario, 10 vols. 8vo. portraits, blue morocco, gilt edges, fine copy, £2. 108

Milano, 1808-12 694 TINTO, Nobiltà di Verona, nelle quale tutte le attioni e qualita di quella citta, con molte oltre cose si descrivono, sm. 4to. calf, 6s

Verona, 1592 . The name of “ Edward Gwynn" on sides. 695 TIRA BOSCHI (Cav. Abate G.) Memorie Storiche MODENESI, col Codice diplo.

matico illustrato con Note, 5 vols. 4to. bds. uncut, £2. Modena, 1793-95 696

Storia della Letteratura Italiana, '9 vols. in 11, 8vo. hf. bd. parchment, 368

Firenze, 1805-13 697 another copy, 11 vols. 8vo. calf neat, £2. 168

1805-13 “ This work has long held a distinguished rank among the histories of literature.”—Horne.

“A strict adherence to veracity, a thorough acquaintance with the subject in all its details; a spirit of candour, raised far above the influence of party ; a discernment in criticism, deep and correct; and, above all, a clear and unbiassed judgment, principium et fons recte scribendi, pervade every part of this astonishing work, and give it a perfection very unusual in literary productions so comprehensive and so complicated.”—Eustace.

The Storia della Litteratura Italiana of the immortal Tiraboschi cannot fail to be admitted into every judicious library. Italy boasts of few literary characters of higher class. 699 Venice. GRASWINCKELII Libertas Veneta, sive Venetorum in se ac suos im.

periandi jus assertum contra Anonymum Scrutinii scriptorem, sm. 4to. vellum, : 7s 6d

Lugd. Bat. 1634 700 GIUSTINIANO Historia dell Origine di Venetia, tradotta da Domenichi, 12mo. vellum, 5s

Venet. 1608 701 MOROSINI E CORNARO, Memoria Storica intorno alla Repubblica di Venezia, pubblicata da Bonicelli, folio, plate, hf. bd. uncut, 4s

Venezia, 1796 702 QUIRINO (Ant.) Advis donné à l'Estat et Republique de Venise, 1606—SQUITINIO

DELLA LIBERTA VENETA, nel quale si adducono anche le raggioni dell'Impero
Romano sopra la città et signoria di Venetia, Stampato in Mirandola, 1619, in

1 vol. 12mo. vellum, from Lord Orford's and Lord Roxburghe's libraries, 30s 703 RACCOLTA chronologico-ragionata di Documenti inediti, che formano la Storia

diplomatica della Rivoluzione e caduta della Repubblica di Venezia, 2 vols. 4to. bds. 7s 60

Firenze, 1800 704 SANDI (V.) Principi di Storia civile della Republica di Venezia, dalla sua fondazione sino all'anno 1700, 6 vols. 4to. old vellum, 12s

Ven. 1755-6 705 SARPI (Pietro) Historia particolare delle cose passate tra'l sommo Pontefice Paolo

V., e la serenissima Republica di Venetia, 1605-7, sm. 4to. old calf, 58 1624 706 TRISSINW (G. G.) Dialogw intitulato il Castellanw nel quale si tratta de la Lengua

Italiana; Dante de la vulgare Elwquenzia ; la Pwetica; Epistola, 4 vols. in 1, smallest folio, fine copy in red morocco, gilt edges, £2. 2s

Vicenza per Twlomew Janiculw da Bressa, 1529 Payne and Foss priced in 1837 a copy, in 3 vols. only, £2. 28. 707 VERRI, le Notti Romane, 2 vols. 12mo. calf neat, 2s 6d

Firenze, 1823 708 VILLANI (Giov. Matteo e Fillippo) CRONICA [di Firenze) a miglior lezione ri.

dotta, 14 vols. in 7, 8vo. best edition, one vol. wormed, neatly hf.bd. 21s 1823-26 Who presents us with a more truthful picture of the turbulent freedom of a mediæval Italian Republic than Giovanni Villani ?

L'historien auquel nous devons la peinture si vraie et si animée des événemens au milieu du XIV. Siècle. Matteo Villani mourut de la peste le 12 Juillet, 1363, comme son frère Giovanni en était mort 15 ans auparavant; en mourant il chargea sons fils, Philippe Villani, de continuer son histoire. Aucun historien n'inspire plus de respect, d'estime et d'affection que Matteo Villani, religieux sans superstition il peint des plus vives couleurs la corruption et les crimes des chefs de l'église ; il embrasse tout le monde connu dans son histoire ; et, avec un coup d'oeil philosophique et perçant, il assigne à chaque peuple son véritable caractère."-Sismondi Rep. Ital. chap. 47. 709 ZANETTI (Bern.) del regno de' Longobardi in Italia, 2 vols. 4to. vellum, 78 6d 1753 710 ITALIAN DIALECTŠ. BIONDELLI, Saggio sui Dialetti Gallo.

Italici, (Lombardi, Emiliani e Pedemontani), 3 vols. in 1, 8vo. half calf gilt, 16s

Milano, 1853-54 711. Bergamesc. Tasso, il Goffredo, trauestito alla Rustica Bergamasca da Carlo Assonica, 4to. half morocco, 32s

Venet. 1670 Traduction rare, avec le texte original en regard. 712 - (T.) il Goffredo, Poema eroico con il Travestimento alla Rustica Berga

mesca da Assonica, 2 vols. 12mo. in the Dialect of Bergamo, portrait, uncut, 9s

Bergamo, 1778 713 Bolognese. FERRARI, Vocabolario Bolognese-Italiano, colle voci Francesi

corrispondenti, con alcuni squarci di eomponenti in dialetto Bolognese, prefa. zione sulla Ortografia, ed Appendice, stout 4to. Italian vellum, gilt back, 30$

Bologna, 1835 714 LOTTI (Lotto) Rimedi per la Sonn da liezr alla Banzola, smallest 4to. bds. 61703 715 B. (G. M.) L'Dgrazi d'Bertuldin dalla Zena, miss' in rime Bolognese, con le spie

gazioni dei Vocabili o Termini Bolognesi, sm. 4to. with etchings, neatly bound, 14s

Bologna, 1736 716 Calabrese. TASSO, la Gerusalemme liberata, trasportata in Lingua Cala

brese da C. Cusentino d' Aprigliano, 4to. vellum, rare, £2. 10s Cosenza, 1737 717 Genoese. CAVALLI (Gian-Giac.) Cittara Zeneize, accresciuta colla giunta di Rime antichi Genovesi, 12mo. vellum, 12s

Genova, 1745 718 - - Chittara Zeneize, ricorretta con regole d'Ortografia Genovesa, note, &c. square 12mo. 334 pp. uncut, 78 6d

Genova, 1823 719 Tasso (T.) Ra Gerusalemme deliverâ tradûta da diversi in Lengua Zeneize, folio, bds, uncut, scarce, 32s

Zena, s. d. In the Genoese dialect, the original text being printed in parallel columns with the version. This is the scarcest of all the translations of the Gerusalemme into any of the various Italian dialects. 720 Milanese. CHERUBINI (F.) Vocabulario Milanese-Italiano, 2 vols. calf neat, 18s

Milano, 1814 721 the same, 2 vols. 8vo. half calf, 108

1814 722 COLLEZIONE delle migliore Opere scritte in Dialetto Milanese, 12 vols. in 8, 16mo. calf extra, 25s

Milano, 1816-17 723 Neapolitan, Poeti Napoletani. Collezione di tutti i Poemi in Lingua Napo

letana, con Vocabulario, 28 vols. in 14, 12mo. neat in hf. cf. scarce, £3. 1783789 724

another copy, 25 vols. (Vols. 2 and 5 wanting) - Vocabolario, 2 vols.Del Dialetto Napoletana, 1 vol.-together 25 vols. 12mo. half morocco, the last three in vellum, 368

Napoli, 1783-89 725 IL Pastor fido di Dom. Basile, 18mo. half calf, 2s 6d

Nap. 1785 726 Tasso (Torq.) Gierusalemme Libberata, da Fasano, in the original and in the Neapolitan dialect, folio, vellum, 6s

Napoli, 1689 727 - another edition, 2 vols. 12mo. hf.bd. 78 6d

Napoli, 1786 728 Pavian. DIZIONARIO domestico Pavese-Italiano ed Italiano-Pavese, 2 parts in 1, 8vo. morocco, gilt top, uncut, 9s

Pavia, 1829 729 Piedmontese. ALFIERI, Voci e Modi Toscani, con le correspondenze in Lingua francese ed in Dialetto Piemontese, 8vo. 2s 6d

Torino, 1827 730 PIPINO, Gramatica Piemontese-Vocabolario Piemontese ; 2 vols. in 1, 8vo. half bound, 18s

Torino, 1783 731 Romanesc. BERNERI, Il Meo Patacco overo Roma in Feste, poema giocoso, nel Linguaggio Romanesco, stout 12mo. vellum 5s

Roma, 1695 732 another copy, 12mo. dedication imperfect, vellum, 3s 6d

1695 733 PERESIO, il Maggio Romanesco, ouero il Palio conquistato, poema epicogiocoso

nel linguaggio del volgo di Roma, con indice dei Proverbij, etc. stout 12mo. vellum, 128

Ferrara, 1688 Bel exemplaire de ce poëme fort rare.

734 Sardinian. Cossu, la Coltivazione de' Gelsi e propagazione de' Filugelli in

Sardegna, Tom. I.: Moriografia Sarda ossia Catechismo Gelsario, 8vo. half bd. 58

Cagliari, 1788 735 PORRU (Vincenzo Raimoldo) Saggio di Gramatica sul Dialetto Sardo Meridionale, small 4to. hf. bd. morocco extra, scarce, 30s

Cagliari, nella Reale Stamperia, 1811 736 PURQUEDDU, Tesoro della Sardegna ne' Bachi e Gelsi, poema Sardo e Italiano,

12mo. front. and plates, stiff covers, uncut, fine sound copy, 20s Cagliari, 1779 737 Sicilian, CARINISI (Antuninu Damianu) Lu vivu mortu Effettu di lu piccatu

di la Carni causatu da lu vanu e bruttu Amuri de li Donni Causa principali d' ogni Dannu, 18mo. bds. 78 6d

Messina, 1746 A very scarce and curious poem in the Sicilian dialect. 738 COMPONIMENTI Poetici SICILIANI tradotti in Firenze, in Epigrammi (Latini) e Sonetti (Italiani), 4to. vellum, scarce, 168

Firenze, 1738 In Sicilian, Latin, and Italian ; the last by G. P. Berzini. 739 MELI (Giov.) Poesie Siciliane, 7 vols. 12mo. portrait and vignettes, half calf, 158

Palermo, 1814 740 the same, Vols. 1-5, 12mo. sd. 38 6d

1814 These highly interesting Poems have valuable philological foot-notes. 741 PASQUALINO (Mich.) Vocabulario Siciliano etimologico, italiano, e latino, · 5 vols. 4to. vellum backs, edges cut, 36s

Palermo, 1785-95 Very rare. “Selon Eber, l'Auteur de cet ouvrage peu connu en France a fait de profondes et heureuses recherches sur les etymologies.”—Brunet.

Priced, 1834, Thorpe, £3. 38 ; 1847, H. Bohn, £2. 28 ; 1855, Quaritch, £2. 108; 1853, the Dean of Peterborough's copy fetched £2. 108, and was afterwards priced £3. 138 6d. 742 RAU E REQUESENS (Monsignor D. Simonde) Rime, 16mo. with autograph of Pat.

Brydone, 1770," (the Traveller), vellum, 218 Venetia, per li Giunti, 1672

This very scarce volume contains the Author's CANZONI SICILIANI, written in the Sicilian dialect. On the fly-leaf at the end is a Manuscript sonnet, “ Risposta data dal Gran Visir al Re di Prussia,” also in the Sicilian dialect. 743 TEMPIU (Duminicú) Operi, in Sicilian, 2 vols. in 1, sm. 4to. portrait, half mo. rocco, uncut, 20s

Catania, 1814 744 Venetian. BOSCHINI (Marco) La Carta del Navegar Pitoresco Dialogo tra un

Senator Venetian Deletante e un Professor de Pitura in Otto Venti (in quartine in Dialetto Veneziano), sm. 4to. frontispiece, portrait and plates etched by the Author himself, £2.

Venetia, per li Baba, 1660 “Operetta interessantissima fatta da un insigne conoscitore delle arti, e piena di accorgimento, scritta in dialetto Veneto, col ritratto dell'autore, e una galleria di pitture al fine in 26 tavole illustrate, e inventate dall'autore medesimo."— Cicognara. 745 COLLEZIONE delle migliori Opere, scritte in dialetto Veneziano, 12 vols.—Poeti antichi, 2 vols.- 14 vols. 16mo. sd. 258

Venezia, 1817 746 PATRIARCHI (Gasparo) Vocabolario Veneziano e Padovano, co' termini e modi corrispondenti Toscani, 4to. hf. bound, 9s

Padova, 1821 747 SCHIESON. Opere di Giovanni Pozzobon Trivigiano, detto Schieson, Venetian Poetry, 5 .vols. 12mo. hf. morocco, 15s

Padova, (1787) 748 TASSOi Torquato) El Goffredo conta' alla Barcariola, dal Dottor Tomaso Mon

dini, Venetian and Italian, 4to. two sets of plates inserted, one series being after Bernardo Castelli, RED MOROCCO, gilt edges, VERY RARE, £4.

Ven. 1704 « Il est remarquable que dans les assemblées du Grand-conseil de Venise, on était obligé de parler le Dialecte Venetien, l'usage de la langue Toscane n'était toléré que dans l'exorde•"-Daru. 749 GINGUENÉ (P. L.) Histoire Littéraire d'Italie ; augmentée par Danou, et continuée par SALFI, 14 vols. 8vo. hf. bd. calf, £5.

Par. 1824-35 750

Histoire Littéraire d'Italie, continuée par Salfi, 12 vols. 8vo. sewed, £2. 12s

Paris, 1812-34 The latter volumes are extremely rare, having been destroyed by fire.

SPANISH BOOKS. 751 ALDRETE, del Origen y Principio de la Lengua Castellana è Romance, folio,

facsimiles of ancient Spanish Inscriptions, calf gilt, fine copy from the libraries of Lord de Rothesay and Jas. Kennedy, Esq. rare, 21s

Madrid, 1674 752 ALVARADO, Spanish and English Dialogues, an easy method of learning either. language, with PROVERBS, etc. stout 12mo. calf, rare, 58

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753 COBARRUVIAS Orozco (Sebastian de) Tesoro de la Lengua Castellana, o Española, thick folio, a good copy in calf, £2.

Madrid, 1611 The oldest Spanish Dictionary, much esteemed and sought after by Spanish Scholars. The work is very rare in Spain. Brunet and Salva do not mention it. 754 CONNELLY (T.) y T. HIGGINS, Diccionario de las dos Lenguas Española é In

glesa ; Spanish-English and English-Spanish Dictionary, 4 vols. 4to, a good sound copy in Spanish calf, £3.

Madrid, 1797-98 The Dean of Peterborough's copy fetched £3.88. The best and most complete Spanish and English Dictionary, comprising all the Idioms, Proverbs, Marine Terms, Metaphorical Expressions, &c. in both languages. 755 MEDINA, Arte explicado y gramatico perfecto, 4to. calf, 3s Madrid, 1825 756 NEBRIJA, Diccionario; Dictionarium Aelii Antonii Nebrissensis Grammatici,

I. Dictiones latino-hispanæ, II. Nomina propria, III. Neotericæ ac vulgares

regionum appellationes, IV. Romance en Latin, folio, calf, 5s Madrid, 1758 757 NEUMAN and BARETTI'S Spanish-English and English-Spanish Dictionary, seventh

edition, enlarged and revised by Seoane, 2 vols. 8vo. 1650 pp. double columns, (pub. at 32s) 20s

1831 758 OLLENDORFF'Ś New METHOD of Learning to Read, Write, and Speak the

Spanish Language, with an Appendix, containing a brief but comprehensive Recapitulation of the Rules as well as of all the Verbs, both Regular and Irregular, so as to render their use easy and familiar to the most ordinary capacity. Together with Practical Rules for Spanish Pronunciation, and Models of Social and Commercial Correspondence, the whole designed for young learners and persons who are their own instructors, by M. VELASQUEZ and T. SIMONNE, Professors of the Spanish Language, stout 12mo. bound, 88

1851 759 - - The Key to the same, 4s 760 URCULLU, Gramatica Inglesa, 12mo. tercera edicion, (pub. at 8s) bd. 3s 6d 1845 761 ACADEMIA Española, Obras premiadas por la, 1777-82, Tomo I. 4to. cf. 58 (1782) 762 ALCALA (Geron.) el Donado Hablador, Vida y Aventuras de Alonso, Mozo de muchos annos, 2 vols. 12mo, calf, 4s

Madrid, 1804 763 ALDRETE (Ber.) Antiguedades de España, Africa, y otras provincias, 4to. en. graved title, old calf, 20s

Amberes, 1614 « Öpus doctissimum simulque rarissimum, etc.”-Meuselii Bibl. Hist. Vol. II. ps. 2, p. 322. " Ouvrage savant peu commun et plein de grandes et doctes recherches."-Lenglet.'

Priced, 1826, Payne and Foss, mor. £3.38; Bernal's copy fetched, 1855, £2.88. 764 ALEMAN (M.) Guzman d'Alfarache, primera y segunda parte, 4to. limp vellum, sound copy, rare, 78 6d

Madrid, por Pablo de Val, 1641 - Guzman d'Alfarache, sm. 4to. antique calf, 10s

Madrid, 1661
“ The Spanish Proteus, which, though writ
But in one tongue was formed with the world's wit;
And hath the noblest mark of a good booke,
That an ill man doth not securely looke
Upon it; but will loathe or let it passe

As a deformed face doth a true glasse."- Ben Jonson. " The first edition of the first part appeared, Madrid, 1599, and two editions besides in the same year. The most ample portraiture of the Catariberas, or the gayer one of Picaros, that is to be found in Spanish Literature. It was very successful, falling in with the vices and humours of the times of the loose Court of Philip JII. after the hypocrisy and constraints of the last dark years of Philip II. The genuine second part appeared, Valencia, 1605. The Second part, published 1603, under the name of Mateo Luxan de Sayavedra, though not without literary merit, is a forgery."

Ticknor, III. p. 56. 766 ALMOSNINO (Rabi Moysen) Extremos y Grandezas de Constantinople; traducido por Cansino, sm. 4to. frontispiece, calf, 38

Madrid, 1638 767 ANTONINO Libro Aureo de Marco Aurelio, Emperador y eloquentissimo Orador

nueuamente impresso (por Antonio de Guevara Obispo de Guadix), 18mo. fine copy in orange morocco extra, gilt edges, rare, 14s Enveres per Juan Steelsio, 1534

This is a Romance written by Antonio de Guevara Bishop of Cadiz. 768 ARAGONES (Mosen Alfonso) La Histora de la Donzella Teodor, sm. 4to. woodcuts, a scarce Romance, bds. 368

Sevilla, Pedro Gomez de Pastrana, 1641 769 ARANA DE VARFLORA (D. Fermin) Hijos de Sevilla illustres en Santidad, letras, 'armas, artes, ò dignidad, sm. 4to. 3 parts in 1 vol. sd. 10s

1791 770 ARGENSOLA, Anales d'Aragon, que prosigue Curita, 1216-1520, stout folio, good copy in calf, 12s

Caragoça, 163C

771 BACALLAR (D. Vic.) Comentarios de la Guerra de España, e Historia de Phelipe

V. desde el principio de sa reynado hasta 1725, 2 vols. Genova, 8. a.-Memorias politicas, y militares para servir de continuacion, 2 vols. Madrid, 1756-63, together 4 vols. sm. 4to. Spanish calf, 9s

1756-63 772 - another edition, 4 vols. sm. 4to. calf, 108 Madrid y Genova, 1792-93

« Ouvrage fort estimé, surtout sous le rapport militaire."- Brunet. 1843, Salva, 40 fr. 773 Basque Provinces. COLECCION de Cédulas, Cartas Patentes, Provisiones,

Reales Ordenes y otros Documentos concernientes á las Provincias Vascongadas : Vizcaya, Guipuzcoa, Alava, y Continuacion, 6 vols. sm. 4to. good copy in Spanish calf, £2.10s

Madrid, 1829-33 An indispensable work for obtaining authentic information relative to the history, nobility, people, laws, commerce, manners and customs of the Basque Provinces. This copy has 2 vols. Of “ Continuacion," which runs on under the title : “ Coleccion de Privilegios, Franquezas, etc. concedidos a varios pueblos y corporaciones de la Corona de Castilla." Brunet mentions only 5 vols. 773*ENSAYO sobre la Nobleza de los Bascongados, para sirys de Introduccion a la Historia genéral de aquellos Pueblos, 8vo. calf, 3s 6d

Tolosa, 1786 774 FUERO (El) Privilegios, Franquezas, y Libertades de los hijos dalgo de VIZCAYA, sm. stout folio, calf, 20s

Madrid, 1762 Bound up with it is “ La Constitucion Española de 1812." 774*GAINZA (D. Franc.) Historia de la Universidad de Irun Uranzu, folio, corners of

10 leaves at end torn off, the missing letters supplied in MS. vellum, 78 6d 1738

Containing chapters on 'Ethimologias,' • Éthimologias Vascongadas,' • Provincia de la Vasconia,' • Provincia de Guipuzcoa.' Priced, 1826, by Salva, £1.68. 775 LLORENTE (J. A.) Noticias historicas de las tres Provincias Vascongadas, en que

se procura investigar el estado civil antiguo de Alava, Guipúzcoa y Vizcaya, y el origen de sus Fueros, 5 vols. small 4to. good copy in Spanish calf, rare, £2.

Madrid, 1806-8 Contents : Tom. I. Estado Civil Antiguo ; II. Origen de sus Fueros; III. Apendice, o Col. leccion Diplomatica de Escrituras de los siglos VIII.-XI.; IV.. Ciento y doce Escrituras del Siglo XII. casi todas ineditas ; V. Respuesta a la impugnacion del señor Aranguren, y documentos comprobantes, comprising “ Origen y catalogo de los señores de Vizcaya.”

Priced, by Salva, 1826, Vols. I.-III, only and · Demonstracion de Aranguren,' £2.128 6d; 1843, the 5 vols., 44 fr. 50 c. 776 OZAETA, la Cantabria vindicada, y demostrada, segun la extension que tuvo en diferentes tiempos, 4to. calf, 78 6d

Madrid, 1779 Basque Language. See post, under EUROPEAN PHILOLOGY. 777 BEUTER (P. X.) Coronica general de toda España, y especialmente del Reyno

de Valencia, 2 vols. in 1, folio, woodcuts and Coats of Arms, very fine copy, old gilt calf, rare, £2.

. Valencia, 1604 Lord Stuart de Rothesay's copy fetched, 1855, £2. 48. 778 BLEDA (Jayme) Coronica de los Moros de España, dividida en ocho Libros, stout folio, cropt copy, three leaves mended, vellum, very rare, 32s

. Valencia, Felipe Mey, 1618 The most important Spanish Chronicle relating to Moorish dominion in Spain. "Ouvrage estimé, et dont les exemplaires sont rares.”Brunet. Sold in Col. Stanley's sale for £7. 10s, and in the White Knight's sale for £7.78 Dr. Hawtrey's copy fetched, 1853, £2. 108. 779 BLEDÆ (Jacobi) Defensio Fidei in Causa Neophytorum sive MORISCHORUM

Regni Valentiæ totiusque Hispaniæ. Ejusdem de justa Morischorum ab His.

pania Expulsione, sm. 4to. with a few rude woodcuts, limp vellum, 258 1 610 780

another copy, one leaf in the Privilegio slightly damaged and mended, and a worm-hole running through the front margins, veau fauve, carmine edges, with full gilt back, 158

Valentiæ, 1610 A valuable historical volume of great scarcity, not mentioned in the entire series of Salva's Catalogues ; also unnoticed by Brunet. In the dedication, p. 579, Fr. Jayme Bleda states as one of his reasons for writing his work in Latin, that it was against the Castilian Laws to write in the vulgar tongue against Heretics; pp. 581-618 contain " Breve Relacion de la Expulsion de las Moriscos del Reyno de Valencia ; p. 612, “ Bando de la Expulsion de los Moriscos de Cataluña," is in the Valentian Dialect. 781 BORJA (Francisco de, Principe de Esquilache) Obras en Verso, 4to. green morocco, gilt edges, 21s

Amberes, 1654 Pages 397-562 are Romances.

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