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GENERAL 



BIBLIOGRAPHICAL 



DICTIONARY, 



FROM THE GERMAN 



OF 



FREDERIC ADOLPHUS EBERT, 

LIBRARIAN TO THE KING OF SAXONY, 
^[C» vC. ^pc* 



IN FOUR VOLUMES. 
VOL. IV. Q— Z. 



OXFORD, 

AT THE UNIVERSITY PRESS. 
MDCCCXXXVII. 



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ii 



Q. 



QUADERNOS, see Fiouren, No. 

7549- 

18376QUADRERIA Medicea.Witli- 
out place or date (Fir. 1733 sq.). 
large fol. 5 vols. 

This collection contains the pictures of 
the Medici gallery, engraved by Mogalli, 
Pichianti, Lorenzini, Oregon, and odiers 
after Fr. Petruoci's designs, but it is only 
indifferently executed. The first 2 vols., 
which were engraved from 1733 to 1771, 
and properly alone bear the title of Qua- 
drertoy are the most important. The ist 
vol. contains 94 leaves, Uie md 93, the 3rd 
(by St delU Bella) 98, the 4th (bv Callot) 
105, the 5th (by ditferent masters) 1 10. 

QUADRINS, see Fioubbn. 
QUADRIREGIO, see Frbzzi. 

18377 QUADRIO, Fr. Saverio. Delia 
storia e della ragione d' ogni poesia. 
T. I. Bol., Pisarri, 1739 (also. 
Fen. 1759). T. II-V. Bol., Ag- 
nelli, 1741-52. 4". 5 parts in 7 
vols. 

A tiresome and oocritioal compilation, 
without any arrangement ( Bouierwek 
Geteh. der Poesie, II. 535), but greatly 
■ought after notwithstanding. 

QUADRUVIUM ecclesi»,seeHuoo, 
No. 10360. 

18378 QUiERENGUS, And. De 
novo soc. Jesu coUegio, Oregorii 
XIII. pontif. liberalitate extrui 
ooepto, carmen. Rome, Fr. Zan- 
nettus, 1582. 4°. 

A copy on vellum in the Royal library at 
Paris. 

QUARTERLY Review, see Rb- 

VIBW. 

18379 QUATREM£RE de Quincy, 
Ant. Chrysost. he Jupiter Olym- 
pien ou Tart de la sculpture antique 
consid^r^ sous un nouveau point de 
vue. Ouvrage qui oomprend un 
essai sur la sculpture polychrome, 
I'analyse explicative de la toreu- 
tique, et I'histoire de la statuaire 
en or et en ivoire chez les Orecs et 
les Romains, avec la restitution des 

VOL. IV. 



principaux monumens de cet art. 

Par., Didot, 1815. large fbl. with 

32 partly illuminated plates. 

Only 350 oopies of this splendid wot^ 
were printed (at 200 fr.), besides 10 oopies 
on vellum paper (400 fr.). 

18380 — recueil de dissertations sur 
diiferens sujets d*antiquit6. Par., 
impr. roy., 181 9. large 4^. with 
plates. On vellum paper (36 fr.) 

A separate impression of 6 dissertations 
in the Afhn, de PinstUut ; only 50 copies 
struck off. 

18S81 — dissertation de Tarchitecture 
Egyptienne. Par. 1803. 4**. with 
plates. 

18382 — sur la statue antique de 
V^nus, d^oouverte dans Tile de 
Milo en 1820. Par. 1821. 4^. 

18383 QUATREM£:RE, Et. Re. 
cherches crit. et histor. sur la 
langue et la litt^rature d'Egypte. 
Par., impr. roy., 1808. large 8°. 
(12 fr., on vellum paper 24 fr.) 

18384 — m^moires geograph. et 
histor. sur I'Egypte et sur quelques 
contrees voisines, recueillis et ex- 
traits des manuscrits ooptes, arabes 
etc. de la biblioth. imper. Par. 

181 1. 8^. 2 voll. In addition, 
Observations sur quelques points de 
la g^ographie de I'Egypte. Par. 

1812. 8^ 

The ObtervaiionM are particularly di* 
rected against ChampolHon le jeune Re^ 
etusrches sur FEgypU. Par, ]8ii. 8^ 

QU ATROCIENTAS respue8tas,see 
Enriquez. 

18385 QUEBEDO, Vasco Mousinho 
de. Affbnso Africano, poema he- 
royco, da presa d'Arzilla et Tanger. 
Lisb., Alvarez, 1611. 8°. 

18386 QUENTIN, J. L'oreloge de 
devotion, proufiitable pour exciter 
Tame endormie par paresse. Par. 
without date. 8°. Gothic letter, 
with woodcuts. 

A copy on vellum in the Royal library at 
5G 



1518 



QUE 



Paris. A aeoond with illuminated wood- 
cuts is set down in Longnuui^s catalogue. 
No. 6323, at ro guineas. There is also an 
edition, Par,^ J, TVepperel, without date. 
4". Gothic letter, with woodcuts. 

18387 QUER, Jos. Flora espanola 
o historia de las plantas que se 
crian en Espana. Madr.^ Ibarra, 
1762-64. large 4°. 4 vols with 28, 
28, 79, and 66 plates. — Continua- 
cion de la flora espaiiola, ordenada^ 
suplida y publicada por Casim. 
Gomez de Ortega. Madr. 1784. 
large 4°. 2 vols, with 23 plates. 

QUERCETANUS, see du Chesng. 
QUEROLUS, see Plautus, No. 

17236 and 37. 
QUETIF, see Echabd. 

18388 QUEVEDO Villegas, Fr. 

Obras. Madr., Ibarra, 1772. 4°. 

6 vols, with plates. 

A fine edition. The earlier editions, 
Madr, 1634. 4°. 6 voll. Brusseku, Fop- 
pens, 1 660. 4**. 3 voll. Barcelona, 1 702. 
4*. 5 voU. Madr. 1 713 or 20. 4*. 3 voll. 
Amst. 1736. 4^ 4 voll. Madr. 1736. 4**. 
6 voll. are not sought after. 

18389 — obras. Madr., Sancha, 1 790 
-94. 8°. 1 1 vols, with plates. 

The best edition, and fine. — Renouard 
possesses a work by Quevedo, which has 
never been printed, Grandes anales de 
qttinee diaa, Materia de muchas siglos qtts 
paasaron en un mea ( Catal. III. 256. 
Consult Santander*8 Catai, IV. 1 70). 

18390 — obras escogidas, con un vo- 
cabulario espanol 7 frances. Am- 
beres, 1757. 8°. 2 vols. 

18391 — obras escogidas. Madr. 
1794. 8°. 2 voll. Also, ib. 1800. 
8*^. 4 parts in 2 vols. 

18392 — obras jocosas. Lyon, Cor- 

mon, 1 82 1. i8^ 4 voll. 

CEuvres, noim. traduoi. de Cetpagn. par 
Raelots. Brux. 1698, or 90, or 1700, or 
1 7 18. 12**. 1 vols, with plates. (Envrea 
ehoiaies, trad, de Pespafffh, Par. 1776. I2^ 
Comieal uforka tranalated by J. Stevens. 
Land. 1707 or 1709 8*. De vd^ettipe 
Werken. Amsi. without date. 1 2". 2 voll. 
with plates. 

18393 — el pornasso espanol ymusas 
castellanas. Corrigidas y enmen- 
dadas de nuevo en esta impression 
por Amnso Cultifragio. Madr., 
Pablo de Val, 1660. 4°. 

Also, Brussehs, 1650. 4*« Madr. 1659. 



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4". These editions contain only the first 6 
muioa: the remaining 3 first appeared, 
Madr, 1^70. 4°» 

18394 — el parnasso espanol y musas 
Castellanas. Barcelona, Figuero, 
1703. 4°. Las tres musas ultimas 
Castellanas. Secunda cumbre del 
parnasso espanol. Barcel., Llopis, 
1 702. 4*^. 2 vols, with woodcuts. 

18395 — el parnasso espanol, monte 
en dos cumbres dividido^ con las 
nueve musas Castellanas. Madr., 
Alonso de Padilla, 1729.4°. 2 vols, 
with woodcuts. 

The edition, Madr. 1724. 4**. also pro- 
bably contains all the 9 miuas. 

18396 — poesias que publico Fr. de 
Quevedo Villegas con le nombre de 
Bachiller Fr. de la Torre. Madr. 

1753- 4^ 

This neat edition was superintended by 
L. Jos. Velazquez. 

18397 — sueiios y discursos. Bar- 
celona, Lacavalleria, 1628. 8°. Also, 
Perpinan, Breffel, 1679. 8°. 

The German translation see under M08- 

CHEROSCH. 

18398 — historia de la vida del Bus- 
con. Barcelona^ Deu, 1627. 8^ 
Also, Ruan, 1629. 8^. 

In French (by de la Geneste), Par. 
1644. 8"*. Troyea, without date. 8**. Ff, 
1671. 12*. 

QUEYPO, see Meras. 

18329 QUIEN, Mch. le. Oriens 
christian us, quo exhibentur ecclesie, 
patriarchs etc. totius orientis. Par., 
typ. reg., 1740. fol. 3 voll. Also 
on large paper. 

To be considered as a continuation of 
the Corpus hiator, BffM, 

18400 (QUILLET, Cl.)Calvidii Leti 
callipeedia s. de pulchrae prolis ha- 
bendie ratione, poema didacticon. 
LB., veneunt Farisiis, ap. Th. 
Joly, 1655. 4^ 

The first less complete edition contains, 
besides other various readings, 6 verses in 
p. 50 against cardinal Mazarine, onltooount 
of whidi the cardinal caused a plot to be 
laid against him. Consult Paihi, lettrea d 
Spon, II 174. Menagiana, III. 33a sq. 
In the enlan^ and corrected edition. 
Par., Joig, 1656. 8**. these 6 verses are 



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exchanged for 13 othen in praise of Ma- 
zarine. This 2nd edition appeared under 
Qnillet*s name. 

18401 — callipeedia s. de pulchrae 
prolis babendae ratione, poema di- 
dacticon; ace. Scaev. Sammarthani 
paedotrophia s. de paeror. educa- 
tione poema. Lond., Bowyer^ 1 708 
(other copies 1709). 8^ Also on 
large paper. 

A good edition, in which the text is 
restored aooording to the first edition. Also, 
Par.y Jciy (Lp»., Th, FriUch)^ 1 709. 8*. 

18402 — la callip^die, po€me latin de 
CI. Quillet, avec la traduction en 
fran^. (par Monhenault d'Egly). 
Amst. et Par., Duraud, 1749. ^°* 
Also on large Dutch jmper. — La 
callip^die ou la mani^re d'avoir de 
beaux enfans, poeme didactique, 
traduction libre en vers fran9. du 
poeme lat. de CI. Quillet (avec le 
texte k cdt^J. Par., Bastien, 1774. 
8°. — L» callipedie ou Tart de faire 
des beaux enfans, trad, par J. Mar. 
Caillau. Bordeaux, an 7 (1799). 
12°. Also on vellum paper. 

18403 — callipedia or the art 
of getting pretty children, done 
into Engl, verse. Loud. 1710. 
8°. — The art of getting beautiful 
children, transl. by N. Rowe. Lond. 
1720. 12°. — Callipedia transl. by 
W. Oldisworth. Lond. 1729. 12°. 

18404 — (anon.) huwlyks mintafereel. 
Leerdicht, begrepen in 3 boeken 
door P. le Clercq. Amst. 1722. 
8°. with plates. 

18405 QUINAULT, Ph. Th^tre. 
Suivant la copie de Paris (Amst., 
fVolfgang), 1663. 12°. 2 voll. 

This neat edition, which is sought after, 
contains only the anthor*s 12 finit pieces, 
and neither his Operas nor the MT^re co- 
quetie. His 14 Operas are to he found in 
the 3 first vols, of the Recuetl des opera, 
Suhf. la eopie de Par. {Amst., Wolfgang), 
1684 and 90. 1 3**. 

18405 — thefttre. Par. 1739 or 78. 
12'^. 5 vols, with plates. 

The moet complete editions, hut not 
sought after. ^ 

QUINCY, see Quatremere. 

18406 QUINCY, Charl. Sevin Mar- 
quis de. Histoire militaire du 



QUI 1519 

r^gne de Louis le Grand (XIV.) 
avec les plans n^cessaires et un 
traits particulier de pratiques et de 
maximes de Tart militaire. Par., 
Mariette, 1726. 4°. 7 parts in 8 
vols, with plates and maps. Also 
on large paper. 

Sought after hy French military men, 
and not easy to be met with. 

18407 QUINONES. J. de. Expli- 
cacion de unas monedas de oro de 
emperadores Romanos, que se ban 
hallado en el puerto de Guadar- 
rama. Madr. 1620. 4^ 

4 leaves of preliminary matter, 93 leaves, 
and I leaf with the colophon. Very 
scarce. 

18408 QUINTANA, Fr. de. His- 
toria de Hipolito y Aminta. Madr., 
Sanchez, 1627. 4°. 

His DeseripdoH de la fiesta de Santiago 
el Verde in verae is appended. The above 
romance is reprinted, Madr. 1729. 4". and 
ib. 1807. 8°. 2 vols, with plates. 

18409 QUINTANA, Jacinto Arias 
de. Antiguedades y santos de la 
villa de Alcantara. Madr., Fer- 
nandez, 1661. 4^ 

18410 QUINTANA, Manoel Jose. 
Poesias selectas castellanas, desde el 
tiempo de J. de Mena hasta nue- 
stros dias, recogidas y ordenadas 
por Mar. Jose Quintana. Madr. 
1807. 8°. 3 voll. 

This greatly prized collection was re- 
printed under the title, Tesoro del pamaso 
espanol. Perpignan, 1818 t8°. 4 voll. 

18411 — vidtts de Espaiioles celehres. 
T. I. Madr. 1807. 8°. 

No more has yet appeared. 

18412 — poesias. Madr. impr. real, 
1802. 8^ 

18413 QUINTILIANUS, Marcus 
Fabius. Institutionum oratoriarum 
libri XII. (edente J. Ant. Cam- 
pano). Romse, in via papie prope 
S. Marcum (per Ph. de Ligna- 
mine)^ 3 Aug. 1470. fol. 

The first edition, as is evident from this, 
that Andr. Aleriensis in the dedication of 
the following edition makes mention of it. 
That not U. Han but Ph. Lignamine was 
the printer, can hardly any longer he 
doubted according to Audilfiedi Cat. edd, 
Rom. p. 46, 47. 1 1 i-i 1 7, and Dibdin Bibl. 

?> a 2 



1520 



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Spenc, II. 305 sq. 281 leaves with 35 linei, 
without sigiiatures, catchwords, and pagina- 
tion* At the beginning are a letter of Cam- 
paniis to the cardinal Fr. Piooolomini and 
the list of chapters in 4 leaves. Leaf 5a 
begins the text of Qointilian without any 
further superscription, and the ist line is, 
FJlagiiasH quottidiano contdHo tU Ubros qttos 
ad. The Greek words are printed with 
Greek types, of which, as well as of the 
Latin types, Dibdin has given a facsimile, 
1. c. II. 307. 

A copy on vellum is in the duke of Marl- 
borough^s library at Blenheim, see Oibdin^s 
Bibliomania, p. 434, and Beloe^s Jneodotet, 
IV. 236. An edition of 1468 by U. Han 
is a non-entity. 

18414 — institutionum oratoriar. 
libri XII. (edente J. Andrea episc. 
Aleriensi). Romse, Cr. Sweynheym 
et Am. Pannartz, (1470). fol. 

The second edition, not less scarce, of 
whidi only 275 copies were printed. 238 
leaves with 38 lines, without signatures, 
catchwords, and pagination. The first 4 
leaves contain the editor^s dedication of 
1470 to Paul II., Campanus*8 letter from 
the preceding edition and the list of chap- 
ters. Leaf 5a begins the text, and the tst 
line is, M. FaMtu Quintilianiu Victorio 
MareeUo Salutem. The book ends in leaf 
238b with 8 verses, Aapida iUustrig etc 
without any date, which must be taken 
from the dedication. 

18415 — institutionum oratoriar. 
libri XII. ab Omnibono Leoniceno 
emendati. (Ven.), N. Jenson, 21 
Maji 147 1, fol. 

A fine edition, but less scarce than the 
two preceding. 212 leaves (the last blank) 
with 39 lines, without signatures, catch- 
words, and pagination. The first 2 leaves 
(which are also sometimes at the end) con- 
tain a tabula QuiniiHaniy or list of chapters. 
Leaf 3 is blank on the/o/to redo, and con- 
tains on the reverse a letter of Leonioenus 
to Moses de Bufarelis. Leaf 4a b^ns the 
text without any farther superscription. 
Leaf 21 rb IS the colophon and leaf 212 is 
blank. The Greek passages are omitted, 
and an entire line is wanting in the ist 
page of the 6th chapter of the 6th book. 
A copy on veUum, (two copies according to 
Dibdin^s Deoam. II. 373.) is in the Royal 
library at Paris. Mr. Hibbert of Clapham 
near London, now possesses a second ; 491 
fr. Gaignat; 500 fr. Vallidre; 1515 fr. 
McCarthy. 

18416 — declamationes tres. Domit. 
Calderinus emendavit. Romse, J. 



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Schurener de Bopardia, die penult, 
m. Oct. 1475. small fol. 

The ediiio princeps of the DeclamaHones 
and extremely scarce, of which however only 
the GladiatoTy Sepulchrum incantatum and 
Gemim languenles are to be found herein. 
24 leaves with 35 lines, without signatures, 
catchwords, and pagination. Leaf ib is 
Calderinus*s letter to Anellus Archamonus, 
leaf 2* begins the text, (the ist line is, /n- 
djAt Gladiator) and leaf 24b is the colo- 
phon. 

18417 — institutiones oratoriae dili- 
genter emendatie. Medio!., Ant. 
Zarothus, 5 id. Jun. 1476. fol. 

Scarce and tolerably fine. Spaces are left 
for the Greek words. 206 leaves with 41 
lines and the signatures a-x, ^, and R. 
Leaf I a (signature ai) line i is M. FA- 
BIVS QVINTILIANVS VICTORIO 
MARCELLO. S. 

18418 — oratoriar. institutionum 

libri XII. (cum epist. Omniboni 

Leoniceni). Without place or date. 
199 printed leaves, with 39 lipes and the 
signatures a-D. It begins with 2 leaves 
of list of chapters. Then follows in leaf 3b 
the same letter of Leonicenus, which is in 
the edition of 1471, and the ist line is, 
EuerendUsimo in chrislo patri : oc domino 
meo observddifsimo do. But the passage in 
which the printer Jenson is mentioned is 
omitted here. The text commences in leaf 
4% and the ist line is, M. C£LSVS FA- 
BIVS QVINTILIANVS TRIPHONI 
BI. This edition is merely a reprint of 
Jenson *s of 147 1, even with the same error 
of omission in 1. VI. c. 6. ; but the Greek 
words are here inserted. It was decidedly 
printed at Venice (as is evident from the 
paper mark of the scales) and, as I think, by 
J. de Colonia about 147 7 • 

18419 — declamationes (XIX.) ex- 
actissime recognitae. Yen., Lucas 

Venetus, 4. non. Augusti 1481. fol. 
The edUio princeps of these 1 9 declama- 
tions, and superintended by J. Grasolarius. 
122 leaves with 35 lines and the signatures 
a-4. Leaf la begins with the editor*s letter 
to Gr. de Priotis, the text follows in leaf 2a. 
Leaf i 22a is the colophon, and on the re- 
verse a register. 

18420 — declamationes (XIX.) ex- 

actissime recognitae. Yen., Lucas 

Venetus, nonis Juniis, 1482. fol. 

Merely a repetition of the preceding. 
88 leaves (the ist blank) with 38 lines, aiMl 
the signatures, a-o. Leaf 2a is the same 
letter of Grasolarius, leaf 3a begins the 
text, and the ist line is, M. FABII 



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QVINTILIANI £IX)QV£NTISSIMI. 
The text ends in leaf 87b, and leaf 88a U 
the colophon and a regUter, — An edition of 
the IrutUiitt. orat. cum eomm, Rph. Regn. 
Ven,, Lucas Veiu, nanis Jun. 1481. fol. 
(Panz. III. 182, 6x9.) is very suspicious. 

18421 — declamationes. Ejusdem 
oratoriar. institationum libri XII. 
(recogniti per And. Ponticum). 
Tarviaii, Dion. Bononiensis ac Pe- 
regrinus, 22 Oct. 1482. fol. 

190 leaves with 49 lines and signatures. 
Leaf !• line i is, M. FABII QVINTI- 
LIANVS ELOQVENTISSIMl DECLA- 
MATIONBS. The declamations end in 
leaf 53* with the word FINIS, and at end 
of the IntHhUt leaf iQob, are the colo- 
phon and a register. The Declamaii. are 
sometimes found hy themselves, (as at 
Dresden) and then they appear to be an 
undated edition, and they are thus quoted 
in Panzer IV. 182, 1031, and in the 
Bipont notiL Hit. p. XXVIII. and XXX. 

18422 — declamationes. Without 

place^ Ln. de Basilea, without date. 

fol. 

There is a copy of this edition according 
to Denises Suppl. II. 647, in the Imperiid 
library at Vienna. Since then no second 
copy has as yet been known. — InstUtUt. 
oralorim cum annot. Rph, Regit, MenUol., 
1491. fol. (Panz. III. 66.) is not suffi- 
ciently accredited. 

18423 — Quintilianus cnm oommento 

(institutt. oratoriie cum Rph. Regii 

annotatt. in earundem deprava- 

tiones.) Ven.^ Locatellus, 16 cal. 

Sextii. MCCCCLXCIII. (instead 

of 1493). fol. 

206 unnumbered leaves (the last blank) 
with signatures. The first 2 leaves, (the 
title and list of chapters} are without signa^ 
turn, and are not reckoned in the register. 
Regius*s unfinished notes, which had pre- 
viously appeared by themselves, Ven. Oc- 
iav. Seotus, 149 1, are more occupied with 
criticisms than with explanations. 

18424 — declamationes CXXXVI. 

Parmse, Ang. Ugoletus, 5 non. Jul. 

1494. fol. 

The first edition which contains 136 
(properly 137) declamations < superintended 
from a MS. by ThaddsBus Ugoletus. 96 
leaves, with the signatures o-o. 

18425 — institutiones cum com- 
mento Lr. Vallensis, Pomponii 
(Leti) ac Sulpitii. Ven.> Peregrin, 
de Pasqualibus* 18 Aug. 1494. fol. 



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348 leaves (the last blank) with the sig^ 
natures a-k. The notes of Vallensis and 
Letus only go as far as the ist and and 
books; from the 3rd book onward, there 
are only those of Rph. Regius f not of Sul- 
picius, of whom there is uouiing at all 
in this edition). The text is altered ac- 
cording to R€gius*s conjectures. 

18426 — institutt. oratoriae cum Rph. 
Regii annotatt. Ven.^ J. de Tri- 
dino, 1496. fol. 

Also, without place, 12 Maji, 1506. fol. 
An edition of the Instiiuit, Rama, 1496. 
fol. is very doubtful. 

18427 — Quintilianus (institutt. 
orat.) without place, (Lugd.) 7 cal. 
Jul. 1510. 8°. 

4 leaves of preliminary matter, and 373 
unnumbered leaves, with the sigpmtures 
a-««. Superintended by Gf. Torinus, and 
printed in Italics. There is in the title a 
red lily. The text contains nothing new. 
It has been sometimes taken for a Jun- 
tine, erroneously, as there is no Juntine of 
1510. 

18428 — oratoriar. institutionum (aic). 
Una cum annotatt. Rph. Regii in 
depravationes ejusd. Et tabula per 
alphabetum nouiter addita. Ven., 
6. de Rusconibus, 14 Aug. 151 2. 
fol. 

4 leaves of preliminary matter and 199 
numbered leaves. A more correct reprint 
of the edition of 1493. 

18429 — M. F. Quintilianus (insti. 
tutt. orat.) Ven., Aldus et And. 
socer, m. Aug. 1514. small 4^. 

4 leaves of preliminary matter, (the 4th 
blank) and 130 numbered leaves. 3 copies 
on blue paper are known ; one in the Royal 
library at Paris, the 2nd in the possession 
of the marquis Fagnani of Milan, and the 
3rd was sold at Cotters sale for 100 fr. It 
was superintended by And. Naugerius, 
but has little of its own. 

18430 — M. F. Quintilianus (insti- 
tutt. orat.) Flor., Ph. Junta, m. 

Oct. 1515. 8^ 

4 leaves of preliminary matter, 169 num- 
bered leaves, and i leaf with the Uly. More 
scarce than the Aldine, yet but of little in- 
trinsic importance. 

18431 — oratoriar. institutionum 
libri XII. una cum annotatt. Rph. 
Regii, 6. Merulee et Jod. Badii 
Ascensii in depravationes earundem. 
Et tabula per alphabeti seriem : 
tarn in contextu quam in scholiis 

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152^ QUI 

adnotandorum aucta et recognita 
per eundem Ascensium, qui ad co- 
dicem, quem Lr. Vallensis posse- 
disss et emendasse convincitur^ 
sexcentos locos restituit. Par., in 
ffidd. Ascens., id. Jan. 1516. fol. 

8 leaves of preliminary matter, and 256 
numbered leaves. Spalding greatly praises 
Hadiii8*s notes. The Declamait. are not 
in this edition. Repeated, Par., le Prexue, 
1527. fol. 

18432 — oratorise institutiones. 
Without p]ace, (Lugd.), 19 Nov. 

1518. 8°. 

This reprint of the above edition of 1 5 10, 
is neither line nor correct. 

18453 — oratoriar. institutionum 
libri XII. una cum XIX. declamatt. 
ad horrendse vetustatis exemplar 
repositis. Par., Badius Ascensius, 

1 5 1 9. fol. 

6 leaves of preliminary matter and 159 
numbered leaves. It varies greatly from 
AscensiuR^s edition of 15 16, and is without 
notes. The MS. that is mentioned, con- 
tained only the Declamatt. 

18434 — oratoriar. institutt. libri 
XII. Una cum XIX. sive ejusd. 
sive alterius declamatt. ad hor. 
rendae vetustatis exemplar repositis 
et nunc iterum in Gallia impressis. 
Par., in eedd. Ascens., 1520. 4°. 

10 leaves of preliminary matter, 212 and 
88 numbered leaves. Probably only a re- 
print of the preceding. 

18435 — oratoriar. institutt. libri XII. 
una cum XIX. declamatt. ad hor- 
rendee vetustatis exemplar repo- 
sitis. Col., Cervicornus et Fuchs, 

1531. fol. 

6 leaves of prelimitiarv matter, and 159 
numbered leaves. With a preface by Of. 
Hittorp. Likewise a reprint of Ascensius^s 
edition of 15 19. 

18436 — institutionum oratoriar. 
libri XII, diligentius recogniti. In-' 
dex capitum totius operis. Con- 
versio dictionum grsecar., quas ipse 
author in latinum non transtulit. 
Ven., Aldus et And. AsuL, m. 
Jan. 1 521 (in the title 1522). 4°. 

4 leaves of preliminary matter and 230 
numbered leaves. A repetition of the ist 
Aldine, enlarged nrith a translation of the 
Greek passages 



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18437 — oratoriar. institutionum 
libri XII. ad vetustissimor. exem- 
plarium fidem recogniti, additis 
ejusd. declamationibus. Col., Cer- 
vicornus, 1527. fol. 

4 leaves of preliminary matter and 330 
pages. Superintended by Ger. Buool- 
dianus, who says in the preface, Cum 
AUlum per omnia segtU tutum non fotet, 
collaHs mukis ea^emplaribtts optimum qftod' 
que secutus sum, 

18438 — institutt. et declamatt. 
Par., CI. Chevallon, m. Febr. 1527. 

18439 — institutt. et declamatt. 
Par., N. Savetier, m. Mart. 1527. 
4°. Also, ib., id., 1531. 8°. 

18440 — oratoriar. institutionum 
libri XII. op. Jo. Camerarii. Col., 
J. Soter, 1527 or 34. 8°. 

18441 — institutionum oratoriar. 
libri XII. ad fidem vetustissimi 
exemplaris recens jam recogniti. 
Ejusd. declamationum liber. Bas., 
Bebel, 1529. fol. 

Superintended by J. Sichard, who did not 
collate carefully enough a codex sent to 
him from Poland, and made use of it with 
too little preparation and too confusedly. 

18442 — institutiones cum notis Pt. 
Mosellani et Rph. Regii. Ace. de. 
clamatt. Par., Ascensius, 1531. fol. 

18443 — institutiones oratorise ac de- 
clamatt. ex codicum vett. collatione 
recognitse. Quibus addi possunt 
commentarii et Pt. Mosellani anno- 

tatt. Par., Ascensius, 1533. fol. 

8 leaves of preliminary matter, CXXIL 
{Institutt.), XLVIII.(2><?c/am.)and XXXII 
numbered leaves, {Mosell. annott.) 

18444 — institutionum oratoriar. 
libri XII. cum Rph. Regii annotatt. 
Par., Augurellus, 1533. fol. 

18445 — institutt. oratoriar. libri XII. 

Ejusd. declamatt. liber. Omnia 

multo quam an tea castigatius. 

Lugd., Sb. Gryph., 1536. 8°. 

Earlier editions, ib,, id., 1531,34 and 35. 
8°. are quoted. Repeated, Ut., id., 1540, 
44, 49 and 55. 8^ ib., Ant. Gryph., 1575 
and 85. 8^ 

18446 — institutt. oratoriee et decla- 
matt., omnia ad vett. codicum 
fidem recognita et restituta. Par., 



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pro hered. Ascensii (excud. Tile^ 
tanus), T536. fol. 

J. L. Tilecanus aaaeru tiiat he has made 
lue of MSS. aud has added oonjectures. 
Pt. Moaellaniu^s notes are included. The 
following is probably only another title, 
Par.y Jae. Kerver, 1536. fd. Repeated, 
Far,, Roigny, 1541. fol. 

Ig447 — oratoriar. institutionum 
libri XII. restitati pene in univer- 
sum sibi, op. et industria 3o. Came- 
rari], J. Sichardi aliorumque doc- 
tissiinor. Adjecta est priecipuor. 
looor. libri I. et II. ejusd. Came- 
rarii expositio. Com castigatt. 6u. 
Philandri. Col., J. Gymnicus, 
1536, or 41, or 55. 8^ 

With Oybertus Longolius's preface. Re- 
printed with the same title, Bas.^ Bths. 
Lasnu, 1541. 8^ 

18448 — institutionum oratoriar. li- 
bri XII. ad fidem vetustissimor. 
oodd. recogniti ac restituti. Ejusd. 
declamationum liber. Additae sunt 
Pt. Mosellani et Jo. Camerarii an- 
notatt. Ace. commentarius Ant. 
Pini. Par., Vascosanus, 1538. fol. 

4 leares of preliminary matter, 224, 34 
and 33 numbered leaves. With a preface 
of Vascosanui, in which he asserts that he 
has made use of very old MSS. Repeated 
and enlarged, ib. id, 1542. foL 

18449 — institutionum oratoriar. 
libri XII. ad fid. vetustissimor. 
oodicum recogniti ac restituti. Ad- 
dita Pt. Gallandii argumenta (item 
Quintil. declamatt.) Par., Che- 
vallon, 1538. fol. 

8 leaves of preliminary matter, and 1 28 
numbered leaves. Then 50 leaves, De- 
ciamatt., with a separate tide. Galland di- 
vided Quintilian into small sections, and 
■ometimes corrected the text, veterum ex- 
empkaiumfide, as he says. 

18450 — oratoriar. institutionum li- 
bri XII. castigati ad fid. optimor. 
exemplarium, insignitaque lectionis 
distinctione et additis in marginem 
{sic) adnotationibus percommode 
illustrati. (Ace. declamatt.) Par., 
Fr. Gryphius, 1539. 4^ 

4 leaves of preliminary matter, 228 num- 
bered leaves {Inttitutt.) and LXVl. (Dff- 
dam,). It appears to contain Galland*s 
text. Repeated, ib., id,, 1 545. 4°> 



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18451 — oratoriar. institutionum li- 
bri XII. castigati ad fidem optimor. 
exemplarium, insignitaque lectionis 
distinctione et additis in marginem 
adnotationibus percommode illus- 
trati. Par.^ Sim, Colinieus, 1541. 
4°. 4 and 250 leaves. Declamatt. 
diligenter recognitae. ib., id., 1542. 
4°. 84 leaves. — 2 parts in 1 vol. 

According to Sallenfcre, Mim. de lOterai. 
I. 173, this edition is very correct, and has 
been unreasonably neglected by later edi- 
tors. 

18452 — de institutione oratoria ad 

Marcellum Victorium libri XII. 

Par., Mch. Vascosanus, 1542. 4®. 

4 leaves of preliminary matter, and 300 
numbered leaves. 

18453 — institutionum oratoriar. li- 
bri XII. (cum ind.) Par., Rb. 
Stephanus, 4 non. Mart. 1542. 4". 

Colimeus^s text of 1541, with the addi- 
tion of some various readings in the mar- 
gin. 

18454 — oratoriar. institutionum li- 
bri XII., op. Jo. Camerarii, J. 
Sichardi aliorumque viror. restituti 
et illustrati; ace. Gu. Philandri 
castigatt. et declamationum liber 
cum scholiis et argumentis. Bas., 
Rb. Winter, 1543. 4°. 

Concerning the disputed edition, Par., 
Gu, MoreUius et Jac. Bogardus, 1548. 4°. 
which according to some is said to have 
appeared in 1518, and according to others 
never to have existed at all, consult 
Archimbaud Recueil nouveau de piccea fu- 
gitives, T. I. {nouvelL litt.) p. 85 sq. 

18455 — institutionum oratoriar. libri 
XII. summa diligentia ad fid. ve- 
tustissimor. codd. recogniti et re- 
stituti. Ace. Camerarii ceeterorum- 
que doctor, viror. explicatt. et ad- 
notatt., cum castigatt. Gu. Philan- 
dri suo loco adjunctis. Antw., J. 
Loet, 1548. 8°. 

18455 — de institutione oratoria li- 
bri XII. ad fid. vetustissimor. codd. 
correcti et emendati, argumentis- 
que Pt. Gallandii longe quam antea 
castigatioribus et plenioribus eluci- 
dati. Ejusd. Quintiliani declama- 
tionum (XIX.) liber. L. Annsei 
5G4 



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Senec® declamationum liber anus, 
cum Rdf. Agrioolfle oommentariis. 
Pt. Mosellani annotatt. in VII. li- 
bros priores. Jo. Camerarii in pri- 
mum et secundum. Commentarius 
Ant. Pini in tertium. Par.,Va8co- 
sanus (other copies Audoenus Par- 
vus), 1549. fol. 

18457 — oratoriar. institutionum li- 

bri XII., Jo. Camerarii^ J. Sichardi 

aliorumque op. ac studio jam olim 

partim ex melior. codd. collatione 

restituti sibi^ partim annotationib. 

illustrati. In quibus nunc prseter 

Gu. Philandri castigatt. innumera 

menda sublata sunt multorumque 

locor. emendatior lectio constituta 

est, stud. Jac. Hertelii. Cum in- 

dice rer. et verbor. Bas., N. Bry- 

ling., 156 1. 8^ — Declamationum 

liber, ib., id., 1557. 8°. 

A new revision of the text after the 
conjectures of previous editors. Repeated, 
Bat,, ex off, Brylinp., 1579 (the DeclamO' 
Honeg, 1578). 8°. Previously, ib,y id, 1548 
and 55. 8^ 

18458 — declamationes CXXXVI. 
Pt. iErodii studio castigate. Par., 
Fed. Morellus, 1563. 4"^. 

A new recension from oonjecturet yet 
the earlier readings are noted in the mar- 
gin, where also some conjectures are given, 
which he did not venture to introduce into 
the text. The explanations are chiefly ob- 
tained from the Roman law. 

18459 — de institutione oratoria li- 
bri XII. ad fid. vetustissimor. codd. 
recogniti ac restituti argumentisque 
Pt. Oallandii elucidati. Addits 
sunt Pt. Mosellani et Jo. Camera- 
rii annotatt. Acced. commentarius 
Ant. Pini. Ejusd. Quintiliani de- 
clamationes, quibus addidimus Per- 
siualdi Belingenii annotatt. Ven., 

Hi. Scotus, 1567. fol. 

Previously, len complete^ Ven,, SeoHu, 
1546. fol. 

18460 — institutionum oratoriar. li. 
bri XII. summa diligentia ad fid. 
vetustissimor. codd. recogniti ac re- 
stituti. Cum rerum verborumque 
ind. Declamationum liber ejusd. 
{Gen€v,),exc. Jac. Stoer, 1580. 8*". 

The Dedamatt. have a separate title of 
1579. Also, (ib.), id,, 1591. 8'. 



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17461 — > dedamationeSj quae ex 388 
supersunt, 145, ex veteri exemplari 
restitutse. Calpumii Flacci excerp- 
tse X. Rhetorum minorum LI. nunc 
prim, editse. Dialogus de oratori- 
bus 8. de caussis corruptee eloquen- 
tiae, ex bibl. Pt. Pithoei. Lutet., 
Patisson, 1580. 8"^. 

In this important, but not entirdy cor* 
rect edition, 9 dedamatioDs appeared for 
the first time. Renouard possesses a copy 
on vellum — Ifdib., Hi. Commehntu, 1594. 
8°. 16 leaves of preliminary matter, 458 
pages and 1 1 leaves, various readings and 
notes, is a verbal reprint. 

18462 — institutionum oratoriar. li- 
bri XII. summa diligentia ad fid. 
vetustissimor. codd. recc^iti ac re- 
stituti. Ace. declamatt., qu«e tarn 
ex Pt. Pithcei quam alior. biblio- 
thecis et editionibus ooUigi potu- 
erunt. Index quoque in institu- 
tionum libros. Excud. Jac. Stoer, 
1604. 8°. 

Often repeated. 

18463 — institutionum oratoriar. li- 
bri XII. summa diligentia ad fid. 
vetustissimor. codd. recogniti ac re- 
stituti. Acced. declamationes. Cum 
Tumebi, Camerarii, Parei, Grono- 
vii et alior. notis. Cum ind. locu- 
pletissimo. LB. et Hot., Hack, 
1665. 8°. 2 voU. 

One of the rarest editions of this se- 
ries, and greatly sought after. liittle is 
done to the InsiiiuU,, but Gronovius has 
given a new recension of the Deda- 
matt. 

18464 — declamationes cum ejusdem^ 

ut nonnuUis visum, dialogo de 

caussis corrupts eloquentiae. Quae 

omnia notis illustrantur. Ox., th. 

Sheld., 1692. 8^ 

Previously, Or., th, ShekL, 1675. 8"*.— 
Dedamatt, Patav, 1689. 12**. Ven, 16S9 or 
1727. 12'. 

18465 — de institutione oratoria li- 
bri XII. Cum duplid ind. £x 
tribus codd. MSS. et octo impres&is 
emendavit atque lectt. variantes ad- 
jec. Edmund. Gibson. Acced. 
emendationum specimen et tribu- 
nus Marianus declamatio, nunc 
prim, ex cod. MS. edita« Ox,, th. 



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Sheld. 1693. 4^ Also on lai^ 
paper. 

Aooordlng to the index there ought to 
be, I leaf emendandoy 8 leaves emendait,^ 
and 4 leaves trtbunus Mariantu deckunO' 
Ho. Fine and prized. A new reoeuBion, 
but the various readings are inoompletely 
and negligently given. The reprints, ZfOndL, 
E. P^ 1714- 8°. (which was wrongly 
doabted by Hambeiger) and ib.y Nicholson, 
1 7 16. 8^ are enlaqg^ed with Tumebus's 



18466 — de institutione oratoria li- 
bri XII. et ejusd. declamatt. Om- 
nia innnmeris locis emendata ex 
rec. U. Obrecbti. Arg., Dulssecker 
1698. 4°. 2 YoU. Also on writing 
paper. 

Obrectus made use of a good Strasboi^ 
MS., but he inserted his oorrections too 
boldly into the text, and was prevented by 
death fhxn giving the grounds of his alter- 
ations. These notes were to have formed 
a 3rd voL 

18467 — institutionum oratoriar. li- 

bri XII. ad us. scholar, accommo- 

dati, recisis^ quae minus necessaria 

▼isa sunt, et brevibus notis illus- 

trati a C. Rollin. Par., Esdenne, 

1715. 12. 

Bleated, ib. 1734, 41, 54> 74> ««d >8o9- 
11**. a voU. Ed, nova, oura Thph. Cp. 
Harlu. AUenh.^ Riehlery 1773. 8^ (i d. 

18468 — de institutione oratoria li- 
bri XJI. Declamationes XIX. ma- 
jores, et quae ex 388 supersunt, 
CXLV. minores,et Calpumii Flacci 
declamatt. Cum notis et animadvv. 
viror. doctor., curante Pt. Burman- 
no. LB., Vivie, 1720, 4°. 2 parts 
in 3 yols. Also on large paper. 

A new recension from MSS. and the 
earlier editions, with the complete exe- 
getical apparatus of the previous editors. 
Bat Burmann neither haul knowledge of 
ancient rhetoric, nor has he oompletdy im- 
narted the various readings. Thereto be- 
loiigi, Pt. Burmanni EpUtola ad CI. Cap^ 
permmgrium de nooa ejua QuintiRam de 
tnemuiUme oratoria ediiUme. Letd^tyLueht-. 
mansy 1 725. 4*^. Also on large paper. 

18469 — de oratoria institutione li- 
bri XII. Totum textum reiiognoy., 
emendav., selectas varior. interpre- 
tum notas recensuit, explanav., cas- 
tigavit; novas adjunxit CI. Cap. 



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peronnerius. Par., Constelier, 1725. 
foL Also on lai^e paper. 

Capperannerius possessed a good know- 
ledge of andent ihetoric, and has affonlad 
much that is good in the explanations ; on 
the other hand he made almost no use at 
all of the Paris MSS. and he is deficient in 
a critical and radical knowledge of the lan- 
guage. His and Burmann's edition ought 
to be had together. 

18470 — de institutione oratoria 11- 
bri XII. reo^iti et emendati per 
Pt. Burmannum, cum H. Dodwelli 
annalibus Quinctilianeis et ind. lo- 
cupletissimo. Ace. dialogus de ora- 
toribus inoerti auctoris (studio Vul- 
piorum fratnim). Patav.^ Cominus, 
1 736. 8°. 2 voU. 

Comet and neat A copy on blue paper 
2I. I2S. 6d. Pinelli, and 34 fr. MK)arthy. 

18471 — de institutione oratoria li- 
bri XII. coUatione codids Grothani 
et Jensonianae editionis aliorumque 
libror. illustrati a J. Mthi. Cksnero. 
Ace. praefatio et indd. copiosissi- 
mi. Gott.^Vandenboeck, 1738. 4^ 

Scarce on large paper. 

Gesner has afforded nmoh in ehundation, 
but little in criticism. 

18472^ — opera ad optimas editt. 

collata. Biponti^ i7^4- B''. 4 voll. 

(2 d. 6 gr.) 
18472^ — de institut. orat. libri XII.^ 

recens. Fr. O. Pottier. Par. 1812. 

12°. 3 voll. Pottier oommentaire 

sur le I. livre de Tinstit. or. de 

Quint, ib. 1813. 12^ 

18473 — de institutione oratoria li- 
bri XII. Ad codicum vett. fidem 
recensuit et annotatione explanav. 
G. L. Spalding. T. I-III. Lps., 
Crusius, 1798-1808. T. IV. (cura 
Pb. Buttmanni) . Lps.^ Vogel, 1816. 
8°. 4 voll. (9 d. 16 gr.. on vellum 
paper 15 d.) 

A 5th Tol. with the indices and ad- 
ditional notes is still wanting. It is a pity 
that the excellent Spalding oommenoed his 
edition with so insufficient an apparatus. 

18474 — de institutione oratoria li- 
bri XII. Juxta edit. Gotting. J. 
Mthi. Gesneri. Accedunt pri&tio 
et indd. copiosissimi. Ox., typ. 
Clarend. 1806. 8^ 2 volL (il.) 



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18475 — de institutione oratoria li- 
bri XII., carante J. Ingrain. Ox. 

1809. 8°. (108 6d.) 

18476 — de institutione oratoria li. 
bri XII. ex edit. Gesneri. Edinb. 

1810. 12°. 2 voll. 

18477 — de institutione oratoria li- 
bri XII., ex rec. Spaldingii ad us. 
scholar, accommodati. Subjectse 
sunt notse exegeticse partim SpaU 
dingii ad compendium conlat», par. 
tim novtt, in fine additi indd« Cu- 
rante Gf. A. Bd. Wolff. Lps., 
Vogel, 1 816-2 1. 8. 2 voll. (2 d. 

4gr-) 
— dial, de causis corr. eloq. s. Ta- 
citus. 

18478 — institui^oes rhetoricas de 
Quintilliano, accommodadas aos que 
se applicao ao estudo de eloquencia 
por Pedro Jose da Fonseca, e trad, 
do latim em portuguez por Joao 
Rozado de Villa Lobo e Vascon. 
cellos. Lisb. 1794-1800. 8^ 2 
volL (720 rees.) 

18479 — instituciones oratorias, tra- 
ducidas 7 anotadas, segun la edi- 
cion de Rollin. Madr., Ranz, 
180.. 8°. 

It had prohably already appeared before 
1800. 

18480 — L'institutioni oratorie, trad, 
da Oratio Toscanella. Yen., Gio- 
lito, 1 566, or 67, or 68, or 84. 4°. 

These different editions are only new 
titles of one and the same impression. A 
new translation by Garilli, VercelU, 1 780, 
is of little value. 

18481 — le api del povero, declama- 
zione di Quintiliano, trasportata 
neir idioma ital. con varie osserva- 
zioni da Bd. Pasqualigo. Ven., 
Orlandini, 1734. fol. 

18482 — de I'institution de I'orateur 
avec les notes hist, et litt^raires, 
par M. M, D. P. (Mch. de Pure.) 
Par., Bienfait, 1663. 4^. 2 parts in 
1 vol. 

18483 — de I'institution de Torateur, 
trad, par (N.) Gedoyn. Par., Du- 
puis, 1 7 1 8. 4°. Also, Par., Nyon, 
1572. 12°. 4 voll. Par., Bailly, 
1769-70. 12°. 4 voll. Ed. IV. re- 



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vue, corrig^ et augm. des passages 
omis par le traducteur, d'apr^ un 
memoire manuscrit de (J. Agst.) 
Capperonnier (par Felicissime A- 
dry). Par., Barbou, 1803. 12°. 4 
voll. (15 fr., on fine paper 24 fr.) 
Avec le texte lat. Par., Volland, 
1 810. 8®. 6 voll. (25 fr., only 12 
copies on vellum paper at 72 fr.) 
Lyon, 1812. 8^. 6 voU. 

Gedoyn*8 translation is very careful and 
elegant, but nevertheless he has often not 
attained the meaning. 

18484 — les grandes declamations, 
nouvellem. tiud. en fran^. par du 
Teil. Par., Loyson, 1658. 4®. 

18485 — Lehrbuch der schonen Wis- 
senschaften in Prosa, aus dem Lat. 
von H. Ph. Cr. Henke. Helmst., 
Kijhnlin, 1775-77. 8°- 3 ^^11. (1 d. 
12 gr.) — Die rednerische Stylbil- 
dung nach antiken Grundsatzen od. 
das loe Buch von Quintilian's 
Lehrgebaude der Bedekunst, aus 
dem rom. Original zum erstenmal 
vollstandig ins Deutsche iibertragen 
von F. Reuscher. Lpz., Hartmann, 
1 822. 8°. ( 1 6 gr.) — Versuch einer 
Uebersetzung einiger (6) Decla- 
matt. des Quint, von J. H. Steffens 
(mit lat. Text). Zelle, Schulze, 
1766. 8°. 

18486 — institutes of eloquence, 
transl. into Engl., with notes critical 
and explanatory by W. Guthrie. 
Lond. 1756 or 1805. 8*. 2 vols. 
(i6s.) — Institutes of the orator, 
translated from the original Latin, 
according to the Paris edition of 
Rollin, and illustrated with notes 
by J. Patsall. Lond., Law, 1774. 
8^ 2 vols. (i2s.) — Declamations, 
translated from the Oxford edition 
(by Warr). Lond., Taylor, 1686. 
8°. 

18487 — mowy sadowe mnieysze 
M. F. Kwintyliana z lacinskiego 
przez X. Sirucia. Wilna, 1771- 
8°. 2 voll. (8 Polish fl.) 

18488 — Pt. Mosellani in Quincti- 
liani rhetoricas institutt. annota- 
tiones. Bas., Ad. Petri, 1527. 8^ 



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or Lugd., Sb. Gryphius, 1535 or 
41. 8". — Gu. Philandri castigatt. 
atque annotatt. in XII. libros in- 
stitutt. Quintiliani. Bas., Bm. 
Westhemer, 1536. 8^ — In Fab. 
Quintiliani de institut. orat. libros 
XII. commentarii (Adr. Tnrnebi) 
nunc prim, editi. Par., Th. Ri. 
chardus, 1556. 4°. — In Quintil. 
institutionum libmm X. annotatt. 
Ph. Melanthonis, J. Veltcurionis, 
J. Stigelii, Csp. Landsidelii. Col- 
lects, digests et editse per St. Ric- 
ciuin (cum textu). Lps., Jac. Apel 
(1570). 8°. — J. Mich. Lochmanni 
progrr. V. emendatt. Quintiliani. 
Coburgi, 1776-90. 4°. — H. C. Abr. 
JSicbstadii progr. in Quint, inst. 
orat. III. 3. Jen. 1803. fol. — 
Rhold F. Happel Analecta crit. ad 
Quint, inst. orat. libros VII-IX. 
Hal.. Bathe, 1810. 8°. — C. Mor- 
genstern progr. Quintilianea quae- 
dam. Dorpati, 181 1. fol. — Gst. 
Sarpe analector. ad Spaldingii 
Quintilianum specimen. HaL, Kiim. 
mel, 1815. 8°. (8 gr.) Ejusd. 
epistola ad nuperrimum Quintiliani 
editorem (Buttmaunum). Suerini, 
Stiller, 181 6. 8°.— G. A. F. Gens- 
leri analector. ad edit. Quintiliani 
Spaldingianam specimen, observa- 
tiones ad librum X . continens. Co- 
burgi, Meusel, 1822. 8°. (8 gr.) — 
Adnotatiunculse quaedam rhetorice 
Perseualdi Belligenii in priores 
duas Quintil. declamationes. Lu- 
tet., Ch. Wechel, 1530. 8°. — Epi- 
tome s. compendium institutionum 
oratonar. Quintiliani, autore Joua 
Philol<^o. Par., Colinaeus, I53i> 
o^ 39* or 42. 8°. ib., Rb. Ste- 
phanus, 1547. 8°. ib., David, 

1550- 8^ 

Under the name of Jonas Philologus, 
J. Oonthier of Andernac is concealed, ac- 
cording to Barbier, Die/, de^ anon. III. 
$32* — Detailed notices respecting Quinti- 
Han are to be found in Florex Espana $a- 
pradoy T. 53. p. 55.1 13, where also it is 
far instance proved on new grounds, p. 82- 
85, that he was not the au&or of the dia- 
logue De cauatU eorr. elog. 

18489 QUINTUS Calaber s. Smyr- 



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1627 



nseus. Derelictorum ab Homero 

libri XIV. (Tryphiodori excidium 

Trojae, et Colutbi ra])tus Helense, 

gr.) Without place or date {Fen., 

Aldus, 1505). 8°. 

Very scarce, and the e^^Ho prineept of 
all the 3 poems, but from a very corrupt 
MS. Altogether 173 unnumbered leaves 
with the signatures o-fy, namely, 152 
leaves, Quintus ; 1 2 leaves, Tryphiodorus ; 
and 8 leaves, Coluthus. 3 copies on 
rellum are known : one in the Laurentian 
library {Bandhti Codd. gr. II. 103), the 
3nd in the library of the king of England, 
and the 3rd in lord Spencer*s (from 
McCarthy's sale at 500 fr.). This k»t, 
which is greatly cut, aooording to IHb- 
din, Deeam, III. 173, is quite a different 
impression in typographioU arrangement 
from the paper copies, although there is as 
mudi in every page (k this as of those. 

18490 — prsetermissor. ab Homero 
libri XIV. (Tryphiodori excidium 
Troj», et Coluthi raptus Helemp, 
gr., cum prsef. J. Th. Freigii). 
Bas., Henricpetri, 1569. 8®. 

8 leaves of preliminary matter (the 7th 
and 8th blank), 341 pages, and i leaf with 
the colophon. An incorrect reprint of the 
Aldine. 

18491 — Cointi Smyrnsei Ilii excidii 
libri II. Reditus Grsecorum, capta 
Troja, liber unus. Expositi olim 
in schola Ilfeldensi et editi nunc 
studio, industria et labore Lr. Rho- 
domanni (gr. lat.) Lps., Vogelin, 

(i577)-4^ 

137 pages with the signatures Oo-Ggg. 
This work is in fact a piece from Neandri 
Optu aureum^ T. II. but separate copies 
are also sometimes to be met with. It con- 
sists of the 1 2th to 14th books with some 
corrections, and with Mch. Neander^s Latin 
translation. 

18492 — Quint i Calabri paraldpo- 
mena i. e. derelicta ab Homero, 
XIV. libris comprehensa. Latine 
olim reddita et correcta a Lr. Rho- 
domanno. Nunc accessit epitome 
gemina, turn Homeri et Cointi turn 
universa {sic) historise Trojanie. 
Itemque Dionis Chrysostomi oratio 
de Ilio non capto. Auctore et in- 
terprete eodem. (Omnia gr. lat.) 
Hanov., typis Wechel., 1604. 8°. 

16 leaves of preliminary matter; 709 
pages, Greek text and translation; 38 
leaves, index, emendatt. et nctm ,* 283 pages, 



1588 



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Tpwura and Dio ChrjfwotL ; and i leaf with 
the printer's symbol. A new recension, in 
which however Rhodomannus did not make 
use of the Aldine. In the text itself almost 
all the typographical errors of the Basle 
edition only are corrected, the appended 
emendations are therefore the more im- 
portant. The printing is nevertheless very 
inairrect. Concerning Rhodomann's two 
editions see Langn vita Bhodom, p. 283 sq. 
»^ 375 x]* He was unworthily handled 

by Dausquejus and Pauw, see i^. p. 234 

Thereto is to be joined, In Q. CtUabri s. 
Coinii Smymm paralipomerugn Rbrot XIV, 
CI. Dauaqueji (Mdnoiamenta, Item in Try^ 
phiodonun ei ColtUhum. F/,y in offic. Au- 
bfiana^ 1614. 8^ 8 leaves of preliminary 
matter, and 309 pages. 

18493 — Troja expugnata s. supple- 

mentum Homeri . . .auctore Qumto 

Calabro griece, interprete Lr. Rho- 

domanno, cum CI. Dausqueji ad- 

notamentis etc, Ff. 161 4. 8°. 

Only a new title to the preceding edition, 
with the addition of Dausquejus^s notes. 

18494 — prietennissor. ab Homero 
libri XIV. greece, cum vers. lat. et 
int^ris emendatt. Lr. Rhodomanni, 
et adnotatt. selectis CI. Dausqueji, 
curante J. Corn, de Pauw, qui suas 
etiam emendatt. addidit. LB., Ab- 
coude, 1734. 8®. 

Neat, and sought after for the series 
eum notit variorum^ but cursorily and 
eardessly superintended. Rhodomannus 
text is repeated with all its faults, and 
with only a few corrections from the Al- 
dine. Scaliger^ Sylbui^gius's, and Falken- 
bui^us's unprinted notes are also imper- 
fectly made use of, and the editor's own cri- 
ticisms are extremdy arbitrary, and fre- 
quently unhappy. Tlie faults of this edition 
are severely censured in Jac, Ph. d*OrvitIe 
Vanntu oritioa in inanet Pauonis paleoM. 
Afytt. X737. 8'. p. 346 "q- 57^ xj- 

18495 — posthomericor. libri XIV. 
gr. Nunc prim, ad libror. MSS. 
iidem et viror. doctor, conjecturas 
recens., restituit et supplevit Th. 
Ch. Tychsen. Access, observatt. 
Ch. Glo. Heynii. T. I. Arg., ty- 
pogr. societ. Bipont., 1807. 8°. 
(3 d. 8 gr.) Also on vellum paper. 

This vol. only contains the text, a 2nd 
vol. (notes) has not appeared. 

18496 — derelictor. ab Homero libri 
XIV. (lat.), Jod. Velareo inter- 
prete. Coluthi Thebani raptus He- 



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lenae, eodem interpr. Editio Prima. 
Antw., J. Steefsius, 1539. 8°. 
Also, Lugd., Sbk Gryphius, 1541. 
8°. 

18497 — i XIV. canti del poema di 
Q. Calabro tradotti dal testo greco 
in ottava rima da P. Tarenghi. 
Without place (Wilna), Zawadski, 
without date (180.). 8^ 2 voU. 
Ed. II. Roma, 1810. 8^ 2 voll. 
(7obaj.) — Del primo libro de* pa- 
ralipomeni d'Omero di Quinto Smir- 
neo detto Calabro. Volgarizza- 
mento inedito di Bernardino Baldi, 
pubblic. da Alessandro de Mortara. 
Fir. 1818. 8^ 

A translation by Rossi in a vols, was also 
to have appeared in 1818 or ig. 

18498 — la guerre de Troie, poeme 
en 14 chants, trad, (en prose) par 
R. Tourlet. Par., Lesguilliez, an 
IX. (1800). 8°. 2 voll. (lofr.) 

18499 — Th. Ch. Tychsen commen- 
tatio de Q. Smyrnsei paralipomenis 
Homeri. Gott., Dieterich, (1783). 
8°. — Fr. Spitzneri mantissa ot»s. 
crit. et grammat. in Q. Calabr., in 
his work De versu gr. heroico. Lps. 
1 816. 8^ Ejusd. progr., obss. crit. 
et grammat. in Q. Smym. postho- 
merica. Witt. 1818. 8^ 16 pages. 
— C. L. .^Struve Progr. krit. Be- 
merkk. zum Q. Smyrn. Konigsb. 
1816. 8''. 15 pages. Ch. E. Glase- 
wald conjectanea in Q. Smyrn. 
posthomerica. Witt. 181 7. 8®. 18 
pages. 

QUINZE joyes, see Joybs. 

18500 QUIQUIER de Roscolff, Gu. 
Dictionnaire et colloques fran^ois- 
bretons. Morlaix, 1633. i6^ Saint- 
Brieux, 1640. i8^ Quimper, 1722. 
1 2*^. and often. 

18501 QUIRICUS Barcinonensis. 
Opera, in Florez Espana sagrada 
XXIX. 439 sq. 

18502 QUIRINI, Ang. Mar. Pri. 
mordia Corcyrie. Editio altera 
auction Brix. 1738. 4^ 

Thereto should be joined : Alex. Sjfinm, 
Mtutck^i de antiquis C&rcyrw nomitubtu 
aehediaema. Neap, 1742. 4". The 1st 
edition of Quirinus appeared, Lfcti, 1735. 
4". 



QUI 

18503 — specimen varise literatune, 
quae in urbe Brixia ejusque ditione 
paulo post typographiffi incunabula 
norebat, scilicet vergente ad finem 
sec XV. usque ad medietatem sec. 
XVI. Brix., Rizzardi^ i739* l&rge 
4°. 2 parts in i vol. 

Unfinished. The spirit of a Mazzuchelli 
or of a Tiraboschi did not rest on this 
author, and his eternal meddling dispo- 
sition never su£fiered him to arrive at any 
completion. But rich materials, for instance 
the Vatican, were at his command, and 
consequently his raw collection affords va- 
luable single notices. In this and the fol- 
lowing work the impression of the original 
prefiioes of the first editions of the dassics 
is particularly valuable. 

18504 — (anon.) Pauli II. Pont. 
Max. vita, ex cod. biblioth. Ange- 
licse biblioth. desumpta, preemissis 
ipsius vindiciis adversus Platinum 
aliosque obtrectatores. Romse, Ant. 
de Rubeis, j 740. large 4°. 

InterestiDg on account of the appendix of 
the typographical productions which ap- 
peared at Rome, during the government of 
Paul II. 

18505 — liber de optimor. scriptor. 
editionibus, quae Romse primum 
prodierunt post typographiae in- 
ventum, cum adnotatt. et diatriba 
praeliminari J. 6. Schelhornii. Lin- 
daugiie, 1761. 4^ (1 d. 12 gr.) 

A separate impression of the appendix of 
the preceding work with valuable addi- 



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1629 



there is also a new improssicm, Brut. 1750. 
8^ and of P. I. Lib. i. also Bruc. 1754. 
fol. with plates. 

See also Fr. Bambabds and Rqpn. 
P0LC8. 

QUIXOTE, see Cervantes. 
QUOATQUEVERAN, see Auf- 

FBET. 



18506 — decas I — X. epistolarum 
(latinar.) {Brix, 1742-54). large 
4^. 10 voU. 

Complete copies are scarce. 

18507 — epistolie, quotquot latino 
sennone edidit. Collegit et digessit 
N. Coleti. Ven. 1756. foL Also 
on large paper. 

18508 — raccolta di lettere italiane. 
{Brescia, 1746-54). large 4°. 3 
voll. ^ 

18509 — commentarii de rebus perti- 
nentibus ad Ang. Mar. Quirinum« 
P. I. Lib. I. 2. P. II. Lib. i. 2. 
Com F. Sanyitalis continuatione, 
P. I. 11. Brix. 1749-61. 8°. 4 
voU. 

Of P. I. Lib. I. 2. and P. II. Lib. i. 



R. 

RABANUS, see Hrabanus. 

18510 RABAUT de Saint-Estienne, 
J. P. Pr^is historique de la revo- 
lution fran^. Par., Didot, 1792. 
18^. with plates. 

There are 3 copies on vellum, one of 
which, 50 fr. Lamy. Also a copy on vel- 
lum of the edition in 24**. i^fr. Lamy. 

18511 RABBI, C. Costanao. Sino- 
nimi ed aggiunti italiani. Parma, 

1778. 4^ 

Earlier editions are Ven, 1 741, or 569 or 
77. 4°. Bergamoy SanihUj 1 744. 4^ 

18512 RABELAIS, Fr. Chroni- 
ques du grant et puissant geant 
Gargantua. NouveUement imprim. 
k Lyon, 1533. oblong 8"". Gothic 
letter. 

33 numbered leaves, and f unnumbered 
leaf. The Dresden copy of this hitherto 
unknown edition of the ist book has no 
title-leal^ and the above title is only taken 
from the colophon. It is the earliest edi« 
tton yet known, although perhaps it is not 
the Oldest of all. The remaining separate 
editions of this ist book are % La vie inee- 
Hmable du gmmd Ga/rganhta^ pere de Pan~ 
tagruelt eompotis par Pabtiraeteur de 
guifUe'^itenoej Kmre plem de Pantagruel' 
itme. Ljfon^ Fr. Juste, 1535. 16**. La 
pkrieaiUe ei joyeuae hiitoire du gnmd 
fffant Garganiua. LyoUy Dolei, 154a. la^ 
with woodcuts. La vie ir^-horrifique du 
grand Garganiua. Lgcn^ Fr. Juete^ 1543. 
16". Grande annales ou chroniquei irU^ 
vMiablee dee geetee merveiUeux du ffrtmd 
Garganiua el Panlagruel sonJiUt. With- 
out place, 1543. 8^ This edition contains 
the let and and books. La pkdtanie ei 
joyeuee hieiogre du graiU geani Garganiua. 
ProehahkemnU reueue^ ei de beaucaup aug^ 
meniie par PAuiheur meeme. Valeneey 
CL la Ville, 1547. ia°. with bad woodcuts, 
^45 pagei ; there is an ddii. eonir^aiie of 
this last, under the same title and with the 
same date, likewise of 345 pages in ia°. 



1530 



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with someivhat better woodcuts, which was 
probably printed at Geneva in the 17th 
century, and is to be distinguished by 
having in the 7th line of the title Avheur 
instead of Auth^ur. 

18513 — Pantagruel. Jesus Maria. 
Les horribles et espouuen tables 
faictz et prou esses du tresrenome 
Pantagruel^ Roy des Dipsodes, Filz 
du grat geant Gargantua, Copose 
nouuellement par maistre Alcofry. 
bas Nasier. Augmete i Corrige 
fraicbement, par maistre Jehan 
Lunel. Lyon, Fr. Juste, i533> ob- 
long 8°. Gothic letter. 

95 numbered leaves, and 7 unnumbered. 
The first known edition of the and book, 
already reprinted in 1534 according to 
Brunet. The remaining separate editions 
of this 2nd book are, Pantagruel, roy des 
Dipsodes i resHiuS d son naturel, avec ses 
faictz et prouesses Ipouvantetbles, composi 
par M. Aloof ribas. Lyon^ Fr, Juste, 
1543. 16". Pantagmelf roi des Dipsodes, 
restititS h son naturel ; plus les merveUleu- 
ses navigations du disciple de Pantagniel, 
diet Panurge. Lyon, Dolet, 1542. 16°. 
with woodcuts. The edition, mentioned 
by Brunet, without place or date. 8°. Go- 
thic letter, with the title, PantagrueL Les 
horribles et kpouvantables faicts et prouesses 
du tree renomme Paniagruel, roy des Dip^ 
eodes, is probably nothing else than a sepa- 
rate copy of the 2nd book after the com- 
bined edition of the ist and 2nd books, 
without place, i543« 8*^. (see preceding 
number). Second liure de Pdtagruel. 
Valence, CI. la Ville, 1547. I2^ 303 pages. 
Of this last there is an idiL contrefaite in 
12^ under the same tiUe and with the 
same date, probably printed at Geneva in 
the 17th century, which is to be distin- 
guished by its having 320 pages. Les 
faicts et diets heroiques du ban Paniagruel. 
Lyon, par Logs qtti ne se meurt point, 
1556. i6«. 

18514 — le tiers livre des faictz 
et ditz beroiques du bon Panta- 
gruel. Toulouse, Jac. Foornier, 
1546. 16°. 

The earliest known edition of the 3rd 
book, although probably not the first. The 
remaining single editions of it are. Par, 
1546.... Lyon, Pierre de Theurs, 1547. 
16". (with the same tiUe as above). Tiers 
Hure des faietx et dseta heroiques du noble 
PantagrueL Valence, CL la Ville, 1547. 
I2^ with woodcuts, 172 pages. Of this 
last there is an idit. eonlrefaite in 12''. 
under the same titie» and with the same 
date, probably printed at Geneva in the 



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1 7th century, which may be distinguished 
by its having 349 pages, and also by its 
containing a 4th book not mentioned in 
the title, and not to be found in the ge- 
nuine edition. Le tiers livre des faicts et 
diets heroiques du bon Pantagruel, compotS 
par Fr, Rabelais, revu par Pauteur, Par., 
Fezendatt 1552. 8°. Le tiers livre des 
faicts et diets du bon Pantagruel, par Fr, 
Rabelais, revu par Fauteur sur la censure 
antique. Lyon, J. Chabin, 1552. 24**. 

18515 — le quart livre des faictz et 
dictz heroiques du noble Panta- 
gruel. Lyon, without the printer's 
name, 1548. 12°. with woodcuts. 

48 unnumbered leaves. The earliest edi- 
tion of the 4th book as yet known, which 
however, as well as the edition, Valence, 
1548. 12**. only contains a part of it. It 
is complete in the following single editions: 
Le quart livre des faiets hirmques et dictz 
du bon Pantagruel, Lyon, Ahman, 1552. 
8°. Le quart livre etc. Par,, Fezendat, 
1553. 8**. Le quatriesme livre etc. ib,, id., 
1552. 16°. Le quart livre etc without 
place, 1553.8". 

18516 — le cinquiesme et dernier 
livre de» faicts et diets du bon Pan. 
tagruel, without place, 1564. 16°. 

The editions, without place, 1565. 8**. 
Lyon^ J. Martin, 1565. 16**. and enlaiged, 
ib,,id., 1567. i6^ have also the same titie. 
The first 16 chapters of this 5th book, 
which are known to be not by Rabelais at 
all, had already appeared in 1562 under 
the title, risle sonnante. 

These original editions of all the 5 books 
are extremely seldom found together. 

18517 — oeuvres de M. Fr. Rabelais, 
contenant la vie, faicts et diets h^. 
roiques de Grargantua et de son filz 
Pantagruel, avec la prognostication 
Pantagrueline. Without place, 1556. 

Containing the first 4 books. The first 
combined edition of them had alreuly ap- 
pc<u«d in T553. There is an earliei' and 
separate edition of the Pantagrueline prog- 
nosticeUion, Lyon, Fr, Juste, 1535. 16". 

18518 — oBUvrea. Lyon, J. Martin, 

1 566 or 84. 1 6''. 
This edition contains all the 5 books. 

18519 — cBUvres. Lyon, Estiart, 
1596. 16®. 

18520 — oeuvres. Demise 6dit. oor- 
rig^. An vers, Fuet, 1605. 12^ 

18521 — oeuvres de Fr. Rabelais. 
Imprim^ suynant la pr^mi^re ^di- 



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tion censur^ en Tann^e i552< 
Without place, 1626. 8°. 

18522 — les oeuvres de M. Fr. Ra- 
belais. Augment^es de la vie de 
Tauteur et de quelques remarques 
siir sa vie et sur lliistoire, avec 
rexplieation de tous les mots dif- 
ficiles. Without place, 1663. 12^. 
2 voll. 

With the symbol of a sphere. The 1st 
vol. has 11 leaves of preliminary matter, 
488 pages, and 5 leaves table. The and, 
I leaf title, p. 489-946, and 4 leaves table. 
This neat edition is attributed to the Elze- 
virs, and is greatly sought after ; but it is 
inoorrect, and the short and insignificant 
notes are fiill of proofs of great ignorance. 

18523 — ceuvres (the same title). 
Without place, 1666. 12®. 2 voll. 

A less fine reprint of the preceding, 
whose collation . also applies to it. It has 
also the symbol of a sphere, but it appears 
not to belong to the Elzevir press, as is 
commonly said, but to Blaeu*8. In some 
copies the title of the ist book is printed 
in red. 

18524 — oeuvres (the same title). 
Without place, 1675. 12". 2 voll. 

The collation is the same as in the two 
preceding, of which this edition is a re- 
print. It has likewise the symbol of the 
sphere, but is very indifferently printed, and 
probably at Geneva. 

18525 — oeuvres de maitre Fr. Ra- 
belais. Nouvelle edit., oik Ton a 
ajout^e des remarques historiques 
et critiques sur tout I'ouvrage etc. 
(par Jac. le Duchat et Bn. de la 
Monnoye) . Amst., Bordesius, 1 7 1 1 . 
8"^. 6 parts in 5 vols, with plates. 

A correct and tolerably fine edition in 
which Duchat has corrected the text from 
a careful collation of the earlier impressions. 
Copies on large paper are scarce and dear. 
The reprint, AmtL, Bordenut^ ^1*^$' ^°^ 
6 parts in 5 vols, with plates, is not so 



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1581 



18526 — oeuvres, avec des remarq. 

hist, et crit. de Mr. le Duchat. 

Nouv. edit, augment^ de quelques 

remarques nouvelles (par Gueulette 

et Jamet I'oin^). {Par,, PrauU), 

1732. 8^ 6 parts in 5 vols, with 

plates. Also on large paper. 

Even to be preferred to the preceding on 
account of the new notes that are added. 



18527 — oeuvres, avec des remarques 
hist, et crit. de Mr. le Duchat. 
Nouv. ^it. avec les figures de Bn. 
Picart, augmentee de nouvelles re- 
marques de Mr. le Duchat, de celles 
de Tedition anglaise de Rabelais, de 
ses lettres et de plusieurs autres 
pikses. Amst.^ Bernard, 1741. 4°. 
3 voll. 

Less correct than the edition of 1711, 
but enlarged with many notes, and finely 
printed. The plates are also very fine. 
Copies on large paper are dear and greatly 
sought after. The important notes of Pt. 
le Motteux, which are to be found herein, 
first appeared with the English translation 
of Rabelais, the last 2 vds. of which he 
superintended, and they were next given 
with a French translation in the BiblUUh. 
brUannique, I. 119 sq. II. 337 sq. III. 
137 sq. IV. 80 sq. Of the impression 
of the same in the above 4^. edition of 
174T, some copies were struck off by them- 
selves for the translator, for which he 
caused some cancels with corrections and 
additions, and this separate title to be 
printed, Remarques de Pt, le Motteux iur 
Rabelais, Traduites libremeni de Panglais 
par C{isar) D{e) M{issy), et accomp. de 
diverses observations du traducteur. Edit, 
revue, corr. et augm. LoruL 1740. 4**. 
150 pages. These copies Motteux sent as 
presents to his friends ; see B%bl, britann, 
XVII. 410 sq. where additions to these 
copies are printed. 

18528 — - le Rabelais modeme ou les 
oeuvres de Fr. Rabelais mises a la 
port^e de la pliipart des lecteurs 
(par Fr. Mar. de Marsy). Amst. 
(Par.), Bernard, 1752. \2°. 6 parts 
in 8 vols. 

Of this modernised edition only copies on 
Dutch paper are prized. 

18529 — oeuvres choisies. Geneve, 
Barillot^ iJS^. 12. 3 voll. 

This abridgment also appeared, ib. 1 784. 
1 2'*. 4 voll. 

18530 — oeuvres. Lond. et Par., 
Bastien, 1783. 8^ 2 voll. Also on 
Dutch paper, and in 4°. 

The D^nesden copy has this date, Brunei 
and others state it, Lond. 1 783. 

18531 — oeuvres suivies de remarques 
publiees en anglais par Mr. le Mot- 
teux et trad, en frau^. par C. D. M. 
Nouv. edit. Par., Bastien, an 6 
(1798). 8°. 3 vols, with 76 plates. 

Eight different sorts of copies of this 



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edirioni are ako quoted; without plaoe, 

1577* '58«> '59<>> *59<5, 1600, and 1605; 
aU in B^. with woodcuts. 

18537 — (the same title.) Grenflug 
im Ganssereich, 1608 or 1617. 3^ 
with woodcuts. 

Ako i6ao and 1631. 8^ 

18538 — Gargantua u. Pantagruel 
umgearbeitet nach Rabelais u. Fi- 
sdiart iron Dr. Eckstein (Ch.Lavin. 
F. Sander). Hmb.^ Hoffmann, 1785 
-87. 8°. 3 voU. (2 d. 14 gr.) 

It cannot be laid to have beoi successful. 
The following announcement was not follow- 
ed up : Ank&ndigung u, Prcbe einer neuen 
Au^fobe von D. J. Fischarts Uebertetstung 
de* in Bucht vcn Rabelau Garganhia {von 
H. Gf. von Breisckneuier). Nrb, 1 775. 8". 
There is a specimen of a German modifica- 
tion of the GarffnuUua, Pantagruel etc. by 
M. Fr. Aabelais, in the style of the 19th 
century, in Sacht. Prooimrialbli. 1804. 
B. I. p. 201 sq. B. II. p. 100 sq. 

18539 — the works of Rabelais^ 
translated into English with notes 
by Th. Urdiard, le Motteux and 
0«elL Lond. 1807. 8". 4 vols, 
with plates. 

The same translation previously, Lond. 
1708. 8^ 2 vols. Also^ ib, 1694, or 1758, 
or 1750. 13°. 5 vols, with plates. 

18540 — alle de geestige Werken 
▼an Mr. Fr. Rabelais. Amst.^ J. 
ten Hoom, 1683. 8^ 2 voU. 

18541 — lettres de Fr. Rabelais. 

ecrites pendant son voyage d*Italie. 

Bmsselles, Foppens, 1710. 8^ 

Previously, Par,, de Serey, 165 1. 8**. 
Also in the 4"*. edition of 1 74 1 of his ro- 
mance. 

18542 RABELLINI tabella. 

In the year 1817 the Dresden librarians 
were applied to from several quarters for a 
book of the above title. It was to be found 
neither among the printed books nor a- 
roong the M6S.; but the inquiries r&. 
turned so often and so ui^^tly, that at 
last 1 was curious to learn something fur- 
ther about it, although nothing satisfac- 
tory might be expected. The memoranda 
of inquiry, which must have had a onn- 
mon source, all described the bode thus: 
JDie goldns TabeUa RabeUma. '< It treats 
of stones, herbs, roots, medicine, &c. Jena 
in Saeheeny 1535- 157a* On the title is 
to be fimnd a raven with a ring in its 
beak. There are also various characters 
in the book with some representations of 

VOL. IV. 



BAB 



1588 



herbs.*' In vain I leanhed all the lite- 
rary resources at my oonunand, to dis- 
cover something about the book or its 
author. With respect to the latter, I 
conjectured it to be Fr. Mt. Ravellin, 
teacher of the Italian and French lan- 
guages at Heidelberg, by whom there was 
an Are ntemoriee, //., 161 7. 8^ But this 
also came to nothing. I had already he- 
come tired of the matter, when at last one 
of the anxious inquiren announced with 
joy that he had found what he sought 
for in the possession of a Dresden citizen. 
This latter person £eivoured me with a sight 
of it, and I therefore give in this place an 
account of the book, which indeed, as it 
^>peai8, may very well be dispensed with 
by the generality of readers, but will not 
be unwelcome to my brother Ubrarians, 
who may have been wearied with similar 
inquiries. 

The title is, Trinum perfectum mague 
albee ei nigra, Dae emd Vier Bucher da- 
rinnen die wdhre Magieche, Astrologieche, 
Geometries und Cchymieche (sic) Weiee- 
heity Gute und B'6eee Geieter mu Citiren, 
und eolcke mu alien Gehoream ku bringen 
aue den (sic) VI, und ni. Buck Mosis 
und TabeUa RabeUina, MU Keis. Ma. 
jeet gnad und freyheit in eeche jaren nit 
nach MU irudken, 1534. In small 4''. or 
rather a snroewhat broad 8°. 48 leaves (in- 
cluding the title-plate and the unprinted 
leaf before lAber III.}, without signatures, 
catchwords, and pagination, on brownish- 
grey paper, and most certainly not print- 
ed before 1750, with three portraits and 
many ciphers and seals, all of which ap- 
pear to be done with the hand (not cut 
m wood). As to the rest, the book is 
from beginning to end the merest non- 
sense, and fuU of the most absurd errors 
in orthography, language, and typography. 

The I St leaf is a title- plate; on the re- 
verse of the and or title-leaf is simply, 
Spiritue Ommpotene Qui Viget Ilia Facit 
(in 2 lines). Leaf y is a preface of 11 
lines, subecril)ed, IV — den 8 MdrtM (sic) 
1534. In leaf 3b follows, Dei Apocalgpeie 
Magia Lieber (sic) Primue Rabellinm 
Beeehwomer-HoUen'Zwang, dot iet Me. 
thodue It]fatiibUU, oder UnfefUbare Weieee 
Die VII, Groee-Fursten und andere xu 
alien Diensten mu bringen, Aue den VI, 
u. VII, Buck Moeit Rom^e In Vaticano 
Ad Arcanum Pontificatue unter Alexanm 
der VII. Po. gedrudci M. D. XXXIV, 
(A silly lie I Alexander VII. was only 
bom in 1599, ^^^ '^'^ '534 there was no 
Alexander but Clement VII. who died in 
this year, and was succeeded by Paul III.) 
Leaf sob follows, Liber Seoundue TabeUm 
RabeUina (sic) Geieter Commandoy id eet 
Magia aiba et nigra Citatio GeneraHe aitf 
alle Geieter Rome In Vaticaao ad Arca^ 

5H 



1534 



RAB 



nuM PonHfteatus Gedrvekl im jare 1534. 
Traducta a D. Rabbi RabeUino {M,) 
Leaf 29a, Liber tertitu Chimia Magia No- 
turales et Alcfwmia Von dem Gebenedeyeten 
Magischen Stein Rabellini etc. Leaf 35a, 
Liber, quarttu Magia Naturaiis Astro- 
logica et Geometria \sS) Angelioo Tobiana 
S. S, The entire bode ends in leaf 48** 
with the words Deo Gratias AfMfEfN. 

18543 RABENER, Gli. W. Sammt- 
liche Schriften mit dem Leben des 
Vfs. von Ch. Pel. Weisse. Lpz., 
Dyk, 1777. S"". 6 voll. (2d. 16 gr., 
on Dutch paper, 3d. 12 gr.) 

The I St edition o£ his Sammlung satyr, 
Schrr. appeared, Lpz. 1751-55* 8**. 4 vols. 
His satires translated into Dutch, Amst, 
1765. 8^ 4 vol^ 

18644 RACAN, Honorat de Bueil, 
Sieur de. CEuvres. Par., Couste- 
lier, 1724. small 8°. 2 voll. 
Scarce, see above, Poetes. 

18545 RACCOLTA d'autori,chetrat- 

tano del moto dell' acque. Ed. II. 

Fir., 1765-74. 4°. 9 vols, with 

plates. — Nuova raccolta d'autori, 

che trattano del moto dell' acque. 

Parma, 1766-69. 4°. 8 vols, with 

plates. 

The 1st edition, Fir. 1 723. 4°. 3 vols, of 
the first greatly prized collection, is indeed 
more correct, but far less complete. Of a 
4th enlarged edition, Bol, 1821. sq. 4°. 
6 vols, have as yet appeared. The other 
collection, superintended by Ximenes, is 
less prized. 

18546 RACCOLTA di lettere (1023) 
suUa pittura, scultura ed architet- 
tura, scritte da piu celebri profes- 
sori dal sec. XV. al XVII. (pub- 
blic. da Gi. Bottari). Roma, 1754- 

73» 4"- 7 voll. 

18547 — recueil de lettres sur la 
peinture, la sculpture et Tarchi- 
tecture, ecrites par les plus grands 
maitrefi depuis le XV. jusqu'au 
XVIII. siecle ; public a Rome par 
Bottari, trad, et augm. de beau- 
coup de lettres qui ne se trouvent 
pas dans son recueil, par. L. J. 
Jay. Par.. 1817. 8°. 

18548 RACCOLTA d'opuscoli scien- 
tifici e filologici (per Angiolo Calo- 
gerk). Ven., 1728-57. 12°. 51 vols, 
the last of which is a general index. 



RAG 

— Nuova raccolta d'opuscoli scien. 
tifici e filologici. Ven., 1755-84. 
12°. 41 vols, with plates. 

A collection of small treatises, but in part 
very interesting, in all sdenoes. Complete 
copies are scarce. CalogerJi began the 
nuova raccolta, and after his death Fortu- 
nato Mandelli continued it on from the 
16th vol. From the 17th vol. onwards, 
each treatise has a separate pagination, by 
which citation from it is rendered diffi- 
cult. 

18549 RACCOLTA di opuscoli scien- 
tifici e letterarj degli autori ital. 
(da Inn. Liruti ed altri). Fer- 
rara, 1779-96. 4°. 25 voll. 

A similar collection see under Amo- 

KETTI. 

18550 RACCOLTA di capricci poe- 
tici editi ed inediti in dialetto 
Veneziano. Treviso, Trento, 1 8 1 9. 
8°. 

18551 RACCOLTA di panegirici dei 
piik celebri oratori. Ven., 1 769. 4**. 
9 voll. 

18552 RACCOLTA di pitture 
etrusche tratte dagli antichi va- 
si esistenti nella biblioteca Vati- 
cana ed in altri musei d'ltalia. 
Roma, 1806. fol. 3 vols, with 
plates. 

This work is probably only a new edition of 
Pas8eri*s collection (see Pabseri), which 
also appeared under the title, Serie di 300 
tavole in rame rappresentanti pitture di 
vasi degli aniicM Etrusci. Roma, 1787. 
fol. .) vols, without any text. 

18553 RACCOLTA di poemi geor- 
gici (di L. Alamanni, L. Tansillo, 
Bm. Lorenzi, Girol. Baruffaldi, 
Gi. Bt. Spolverini, 6i. Rucellai, 
Zaccaria Betti). Lucca, 1785. 12°. 
2 voll. 

This collection is neatly printed. 

18554 RACCOLTA di rime antiche 
Toscane dal sec. XIII. al XIV. 
Palermo, Assenzio, 1 8 1 9. 8^ 4 voll. 

18555 RACCOLTA di sessanta piti 
belle vestiture, che si costumono 
nelle provincie del regno di Napoli. 
Napoli, 1793. small fol. With il- 
luminated plates. 

The plates are rather bad. 

18556 RACCOLTA di statue an. 



RAC 

tiche esistenti nei musei, palazzi e 
ville di Roma, con un indicazione 
antiquaria tanto di esse quanto di 
altri monrnmenti. 'Roma, 1S04. 8". 
2 V0II. with 134 plates. 

18557 RACCOLTA di tutte le ve- 
dute rappreseatanti Teruzioni del 
monte Vesuvio fin oggi accadute. 
Napoli, 1805. oblong foi. 

This oollection contains 2$ plates, not 
particularly good. 

18558 RACCOLTA di tutti i piik ri. 
nomati scrittori dell' istoria gene, 
rale del regno di Napoli (compi. 
lazione di Gi. Gravier). Nap., 
1769-72. 4®. 25 voll. 

18559 RACCOLTA di trajgedie clas- 
^ siche italiane, autori antichi e mo. 

demi. Ven., 18 19. i6^ 14 voll. 

18560 RACCOLTA nuova di compo- 
nimenti teatrali de' migliori autori 
ital. ed esteri. Livorno, 1817-18. 
1 2°. 6 voll. 

18561 RACCOLTA di trattati e me- 
morie di legislazione e giurispru- 
denza criminale. Fir., 1822. 8°. 
5 voll. (30 paoli.) 

18562 RACCOLTA di 320 vedute 
della cittk di Roma et di alcuni 
luoghi suburban]^ incise in 80 rami. 
Roma, Franzetti (a spese di Ed- 
wards di Londra), without date, 
small oblong 4°. 

The execution Is indifferent, but a copy 
on velluin was sold at Paris in April 181 1, 
for 151 fr. 

18563 RACCOLTA dei viaggi piu 
intereseanti eseguiti nelle varie 
parti del mondo dopo quelli di 
Cook non pubblicati finora. Mil., 
1815-17. 12°. 48 volL with illumi- 
nated plates, (28 scudi, 20 paoli.) 

12 voll. of a teconda RaceoUa at 6 paoli 
each, had appeared up to 1819. 

RACCOLTA di opere scelte di Ti- 
tiano, see Titiano. — di varj epi- 
grammi, see Anthologia gr. — 
di erotici, see Scriptorbs. 

18564 RACHEL, Jo, Nach dem 
Originale verbesserte u. mit einem 
netten Vorberichte begleitete teut. 
ache satyrische Gedichte (herausg. 



RAC 



1535 



vou J. Jac. Wippel). Berl., 1743. 

8". 

The newest edition. Of thene 10 satires, 
the first 6 only appeared at first, Ff, 1664. 
8". and then 4 new ones, tb. 1668. 8". The 
following edition is still of value : Jo. Ra- 
ehelii neu verbesserte teuiwche X tatyr. 
Gedichte. Deme beigefRget («/.) Laurem' 
bergii Schertzpedichie, sammi einem An- 
hange etlicher nieders'dc/u. teuUcher Verse. 
Bremen, Weuel, 1707. 11". The 5 un- 
dated editions in 8**. whidi appeared nnder 
the announcement, Frepburg im Hopfen- 
Bocke (that is, Beriin) are very incorrect. 
The last two satires, (Jungfemanaiumie 
and Jungfemlob) were denied to be his in 
an essay in the Hamburg, vermieeht. Bib^ 
Uoik. III. p. 98 sq. There is a separate 
edition of them wiUiout the author's name, 
Wohlauegefuhrte Jungfemanatomiet SlrtU^ 
tofiy 1688. 12^. in which the author sub- 
scribes himself in p. 11, with the initials 
F.S. 

18565 RACINE, J. CEuvres. Sui- 
vant la copie imprimee k Paris, 
1678. ia°. 2 voll. 

This neat Dutch ediUon, and greatly 
sought after for the Elzevir collection, is at- 
tributed by Bninet to the Amsterdam 
printer, Abr. Wolfgangk. £ach piece has 
a separate title and plate, which is included 
in the pagination. The ist vol. contains 6 
leaves of preliminary matter, 69 pages, 
Th^baide ; 70 pages, Alexandre ; 7 1 pages, 
Andromaque; 8a pages, Britannicus; 67 
pages, les pkudeurs. The 2nd vol. has 
besides a title-plate and a printed title 70 
pages, B^r^nice; 83 pages Bajazet; 72 
pages, Mithridate; 82 |»ages, Iphig^nie; 
71 pages, Ph^re. To which ijiould be 
joined the two pieces, printed separately at 
the same press, Esther, 1689. 1 2**. 70 pages, 
and Athalie, 1691. 12*. 8 leaves and 68 
pages. 

There is a reprint of 1682 in 2 vols. 12"*. 
with the same plates, not less fine, and pro- 
ceeding from the same press: at the same 
time it is at a lower price. The edition. 
Par., (Holland) 1697. la"*. 2 vols, with 
plates, is more complete, but is ho«('ever 
less sought after. 

18566 — CBUvres, par Coste. Lond., 

Tonson, 1723. 4®. 2 vols, with 

plates. 
Respectable, but little sought after. 

18567 — OBUvres. Nonv. edit, aug- 
ment^e de diverses pi^es, de re- 
marques (par d'Olivet, Desfon- 
taines, Racine fils etc.), et de figures 
grav. par Tanj^. Amst.^ Bernard, 
1743. 1 2°. 3 vols, with plates. 

5H1 



1536 



RAC 



A beat edition and «otigfat after, of wUdi, 
Anut, Arkttee, 1750. i3*. 3 vcHn, with 
plates, is only a new title. The repetition, 
AmsL et LpM, 1763. la*. 3 foIs. is of less 
value. 

18568 — oeuvres. Par., 1760. large 

4^. 3 Tols. ^nth plates. 

There are only 2 copies on Dutch paper. 
The plates are by Deseve, and not without 
merit. 

18569 *-* ceuvres, avec des oom- 
mentaires par Luneau de Bois- 
jermain. Par., Cellot, 1768. S"*. 
7 vols, with plates by Oravelot. 
Also on Datch paper. 

Although Luneau^s commentary, prepared 
in conjunction with that of Blin de Sain- 
more, which appeared also by itself. Par, 
1768. 3 Yoll. 12°. is very indifferent, yet has 
this edition hitherto maintained its price, 
because it is still one of the finest of this 
sixe. But the repetition of it, Par,, Pou- 
gin, 1706. 8**. 7 vols, with plates, is so 
bacQy printed, that even the copies on vel- 
lum paper are not sought after. 

18570 — ceuvres. Edition imprim^ 

pour I'education du Dauphin. Par., 

Didot aine, 1783. large 4*^. 3 vols. 

on vellum paper. 

This fine edition, of which only 3oo 
copies were struck off, is one of Didot*s 
rarer 4**. impressions. 

18571 — ceuvres. Edit. impr. pour 
Feducation du Dauphin. Par., 
Didot ain^, 1784. 8"^. 3 vols, on 
vellum paper. 

This particularly fine edition also (only 
350 copies), is not frequently to be met 
with. Eight copies were struck off on vel- 
lum, (one in the Royal library at Paris, 
and 601 fr. d*Hangard; 360 fr. St. C^ran.) 
The (Eupr0« dioerset are not to be found in 
it. 

18572 — oeuvres. Edit. impr. pour 

r^ucation du Dauphin. Par., 

Didot aine, 1784. 18®. 5 vols, on 

vellum paper. 
The impression contained 450 copies. 

18573 — oeuvres. Par., Deterville, 
1796. large 8°. 4 vols, on vellum 
paper, with plates by le Barbier. 

There are also copies on large vellum 
paper, and a single one on vellum, with the 
original designs, which was sold in 18 17 
for about 1300 fr.— The edition. Land. 
rHommef 1799* n^ 3 vols, is very in« 
diffsrant. 



RAC 

18574 -— oeuvres. Par., P. Didot 
atn^v an 9. (1801-5). large fol. 3 

vols. 

This edition^ which is one of the most 
complete sperimens of a splendid typo- 
graphical production, contains 57 plates, 
engraved by the first Paris artists, from 
designs by Gerard, CHrodet, Chaudet, 
Taunay, Mdtte and Serangely. The im- 
pression consisted only of 250 copies, 100 
of whidi have the plates avani la leUre. 
The subscription price was laoo fr. and 
for a copy with plates avani Ja leUre 1800 
fr. ; and this price has since then risen a 
third. One single copy was struck off on 
vdlum, to which the original designs are 
added, and that went to England. 

18575 — oeuvres. Edit, st^r^t. 

Par., P. Didot ain^, an 7. (1800). 

12°. 5 vols, with plates. Also on 

vellum paper. 

Renouard has a copy on vellum, Par,y 
Herhany 1803. l8^ 5 vols, also on vellum 
paper in ii**. is a good small edition. 

18576 — oeuvres avec des variantes, 
publiees par Petitot. Par., Herhan, 
1807. 8^. 4 vols, with plates, (25 
fr., on vellum paper, 40 fr.) 

The I St impression of this stereotyped edi- 
tion is tolerably fine, and copies with the 
plates of Moreau published by Renouard 
are sought after. Also Par, 1813. 8^ 5 
vob. 

18577 — oeuvres completes, avec les 
commentaires de Laharpe (Edition 
dirigee par Germ. Garnier, qui y 
a joint ses notes et ses observa- 
tions). Par., Agasse, 1807. 8^ 
7 voU. (35 fr.) 

Laharpe*s commentary, a posthumous 
work, is far more prized than that of 
Oeoffroy in the following article, but too 
much space is wasted in examining Lu- 
neau*s notes. The edition is printed on 
bad paper, on which account the copies on 
vellum paper, of which there are only 25, 
are greatly sought after. In 18 16 this 
edition was again published, with a new 
title and 13 new plates added, which are 
but indifferent although from designs by 
Moreau (these may he had separately at 
Renouard*s for 12 fr., and for 30 fr. avant 
la leUre), but they must not be confounded 
with those which originally appeared in 
this edition. These last had already served 
for an edition. Par, 181 1. 8^. 4 vols. 

18578 — oeuvres, avec des commen- 
taires par Jul. L. Oeoffroy. Par., le 



RAC 

Norma&W 1808. 8^ 7 vols« with 
plates, (48 fr., on vellum paper 
90 fr.) 

The Gominentaiy is tedious and prolix, 
but not without merit. The edition and 
plates might have been finer. 

18579 — th^tre complet de J. Ba- 
cine. Panne^ Bodoni, 1813. large 
fol. 3 vols, on yellum paper. 

A splendid edition, but graatly fidlen in 
price. 

18580 — oeuvres. Par., P. Didot, 
1813. 8**. 5 voll. (22 fr. 50 c.) 

Also on fine paper (37 fr* 50 c.) and on 
vellum paper, (75 fr.) 

18581 — tb^tre complet de J. Ra- 
cine, om^ de 57 gravures d*aprte 
les compositions de Girodet, G^ 
rard, Chandet, Pnid'hon etc. Par., 
P. Didot, 1816. 8°. 3 voll. (72 ff., 
on vellum paper with plates avant 
la Lett re 144 &.) 

The merit of the plates of this edition 
does not correspond with that of the de- 
designs. The plates are also to be had se- 
parately for 57 fr. 

18582 — ceuvres completes, avec les 
notes de tous les commentateurs. 
Edit, publi^e par L. Aime Martin. 
Par., Lef^vre, 1 82 1 . 8**. 6 vols, with 
13 plates. (54 fr.) 

18583 — Atalia, tragedia, traduzida 
em vulgar, com o Francez ao lado, 
por Candido Lusitano (that is, Fr. 
Jos€ Freire). Lisb., 1783. 8^ (400 
rees.) Previously ib., 176a. 8°. 
Britanico, tragedia, traduc. al. espa- 
iio], por S. Yguren. Madr., 1752. 
8"". Tragedie (cio^ la Fedra e 
I'Andromaca) trad, da St. Petronj. 
Par., Didot, 1813. 12^ L'liigenia 
recata in versi ital. da Ant. But- 
tura. Par., 18 15. i6*. 

German translations of single pieces see 
in Eruh /fofufftueA.— Conoeming 1 MSS. 
of Radne see Mittm Mag. EneycL 1795. 
Ill, 103 «q. 

18584 RACINE, L. GSuvres. Amst., 

^7' 1 750* I ^"^ ^ parts in 4 vols. 

A companion to the edition of J. Radne 
of 1745- Previoosly, Ptur.^ 1747. 12*. 6 
vols. 

18585 — oeuvres. Par., le Normant, 
1808. 8^ 6 voll. (18 fr., on vellum 
paper. 40 ^0 



RAD 



1587 



This edition is fiir more complete than 
the preceding, and the translation of Para' 
due Lost is contained in it. 

18586 — la religion, poeme. — La 
grace, poeme. Par. 1742. large 8^ 
2 parts in 1 vol. 

The author*s name is not in all the copies 
of this fine edition. 

18587 — a religiad, trad, em portu- 
guez por Josl^ Anastasio da Costa 
e Sa. Lisb., 1791. 8^ (480 rees.) 
La religion, poema, traducido del 
frances por Bn. Mar, de Calzada. 
Madr. 1786. 8°. Delia religione, 

Soema, trad, in versi toscani sciolti 
a Fil. de' Venuti. Avignone, Gi- 
roud, 1748. 8"*. La religione, 

Soema, (trad, da Giac. Mazzoni). 
fil. 1788. 8^ La religione, poema, 
recato in versi ital. dell' abbate 
Sanguineti. Genova, 1810. 8®. 
(4 lire.) The religion, a poem. 
Lond. 1754. 8''. 

Bad German translations, Ff, a. JIf., 
1747. 8^ Ff. and LpM. 1753. 8*. and by 
Mt. F. Schftffer, Bretl. 1755. 8^ 

18588 RACZYNSKI, Edward. Dzi- 
ennik podro'zy do Turcyi odbytey 
w roku 1814. W. Wroclawik, 
Grass i Barth, 1821. large fol. with 
82plates. 

This splendid work on Turkey did not 
come into the market. 

RAOBERTUS, see Pabchabius. 

18589 RADEMAKER, Abr. Ka- 
binet van Nederlandscbe en Kleef- 
sche Outheden. Getekent en in 't 
Koper gebragt door Abr. Rade- 
maker. Without place or date, 
large 4®. 2 parts in 1 vol. 

Containing 2 title-plates and 300 views, a 
of which are in every instance on each 
leaf. This edition withoBt any test con- 
tains the first impressions of these unocm- 
monly neat and spirited pktea. flometimes 
a ooUection of 93 views by Van Ldemder, 
likewise well engraved, is added as a 5rd 
part to this work. 

18590 — Kabinet van Nederlandsche 
Outheden en Gezichten, door Afar. 
Rademaker. Amst., Barents, 1725. 
4''. 2 voll. 

Containing the same 300 plates in weaker 
isapreMJoas, with a thort text. Aooovdiag 
5H3 



1538 



RAD 



to the announcement, there are also copies 
with a French and English text. 

18591 — Kabinet van Nederlandsche 
en Kleefsche Outheden, gedpent, 
opgeheldert en wydioopig be- 
schreeven door Mth. Brouerius 
van Nidek en Is. le Long. Amst., 
Barents, 1727-33. 4°. 6 vols, with 
the same 300 plates. 

With a Dutdi, French, and English 
text. 

18592 — Kabinet van Nederlandsche 
en Kleefsche Oudheden, oorspron- 
glyk beschreeven door Mth. Broue- 
rius van Nidek, R. G. en Is. le 
Long, verrykt met 301 Kopere 
Plaaten door Abr. Rademaker. Op 
nieuw nagezien, vermeerderd en 
verrykt door J. H. Reisig en A. B. 
Strabbe. Amst., Holtrop, 1792- 
1804. large 8''. 8 vols, with 301 
plates (48 fl.). 

18593 — het verheerlykt Nederland, 
of Kabinet van Gezichten en Ste- 
den etc. in en omtrent de vereen- 
igde Nederlandsche Provincien. 
Amst., Tirion, 1745-74. 4°. 10 
parts in 2 vols. 

Each pai-t has only a title and table of 
contents without any more text. The co- 
pies cost 69 fr. on common paper, 80 fr. 
on medium paper, and 100 on large paper. 
The plates, wliich are well executed, are 
by Abr. Rademaker and others. There 
are 1000 views in this work. 

18594 RADERUS, Mth. Bavaria 
sancta. Monaci, 1615-27. fol. 3 
vols, with 60, 44 and 20 plates by 
Rph. Sadeler. — Bavaria pia. ib , 
1628. fol. with 16 plates by Sade- 
ler. 

These 4 rols. are sought after on account 
of the plates. The impressions of the same 
are also still good enough in the new edi- 
tion, Monad, 1 704. fol. 4 vols. 

18595 RADES y Andrada, Fr. de. 
Chronica de las tres ordenes y 
cauallerias de Sanctiago, Calatrava 
y Alcantara. Toledo, J. de Ayala, 
1572. small fol. 

RADIER, see Dreux. 

18596 RADZIVIL, N. Cp. lero- 
solymitana peregrinatio, primum a 



RAI 

Th. Tretero ex polon. sermone in 
latinum translata, nunc varie aucta 
et correctius in lucem edita. Antw., 
ex off. Plant., 16 14. fol. 

This very scarce first edition of this Lia- 
tin translation appeared, .&run«6«r^<r, i6or. 
fol. The Polish original subsequently ap- 
peared for the first time, Krakow, 1617. 4^ 
In German by Lr. von Borkau, Maimt, 
Lippe, 1603. 4". 

RATHSEL, see Wolchem. 

18597 R.^VARDUS. Jac, Opera 
omnia juridica. Neap, 1779. 4°. 
2 voll. 
Ff. i6of. 8^ a voll. is less complete. 

ia598 RAFFLES, Th. Stamford, 
History of the island of Java. 
Lond."T8i7. large 4^ 2 vols, with 

1 map and many plates (61. 6s., on 
large paper 81. 8s.). 

The author was governour of Java, and 
accurately investigated every thing on the 
spoL 

18599 RAGGUAGLIO delle solenni 
esequie fatte celebrare in Roma 
nella basilica di S. Clemente alia 
sacra real maesti di Federico Au- 
gusto, re di Folonia, dal cardinale 
Annib. Albani. Roma, Salvioni, 
1733. fol. 

A copy on vellum in the Royal library 
at Dresden. 

18600 RAHBEK, Knud Lyne. 
Samlede Digte. Kbhn., 1803. 8°. 

2 voll. 

There is also by him, Pro$aitke Fonog, 
Kbhn. 1 79 1 . S*'. 5 voll. 

18601 RAIMONDI, Eugenio. Delle 
caccie libri IV. aggiuntovi in questa 
nuova impressione il quinto libro 
della villa. Nap., Scoriggio, 1626. 
4°. with plates. 

A work greatly sought after. There arc 
copies of ^is edition, in which the reverse 
of the last leaf, which contains the appro- 
bation and colophon, is left blank. An 
edition, without place or date, 4". in whidi 
the dedication is dated from Venice in 
1630, is equally complete. But the edi- 
tion with the title, Le caccie delle fiere 
arnuUe e disarmaie, Brescia, x6ai. 8^ is 
less complete. This last is reprinted with 
the same title, Ven, 1 785. 8'. with plates. 

RAINERIUS de Pisis, see Pisis. 



RAJ 

18602 RAJNETI, or tales exhibit, 
ing the moral doctrines and the 
civil and military policy of the 
Hindoos, translated from the ori- 
ginal Sanscrit of Narayun Pundit, 
into Brij Bhasda by Shree Lulloo 
Lai Kub. Calcutta, at the Hin- 
dostanee press, 1809. large 8^ (il. 

I OS.) 

18603 RAINSFORD, Marc. An 
historical account of the black em. 
pire of Hayti. Lond. 1805. 4^ 

with plates (2I. 28.) 

In Oerman (by F. Hermann), Hfnb,y 
Schmidi, 1806. 8^ (1 d.) 

RAJUS, see Ray. 

18604 RALEIGH, Walter. History 

of the world, with his life by 

Oldys. Lond. 1736. fol. 2 vols. 

Previously, Lond. 1614, or 52, or 66, or 
87. fol. ib, 1708. 8**. 4 parts in 1 vols. 
A new edition, History qf the worldy with 
introductory notices, ejrplanatory notes, and 
a new account qf his life and writings, by 
Macvey Napier, in 5 vols. 8**. was in the 
press at Edinbuiigh in 18 13. 

18605 — the discoverie of the large, 
rich, and beautiful empire of Gu- 
jana, with a relation of the great 
and golden city of Manoa, per- 
formed in the year 1595. Lond., 
Robinson, 1596. 4°. 

This is the very scarce original. In 
Latin under the title, Brevis et admiranda 
deseriptio regni Guiana in America, quod 
annis 1 594-96 per Gualt. Ralegh detectum 
est. Nrb. 1599. 4°. 10 leaves with 7 
plates. In German, Kurze wunderbare 
Beschrabung des gotdreichen Konigreichs 
Gujana in America, aus dem EngL u, 
N'iederVdnd, durch Levin, HuJsium, Nrb. 
1599. 4". with plates, also in Hulsii 
Schiffarthen (see Hulsius) T. 5. In 
French with Fr. Coreal Voy. awe Indes 
oceid, Amst. 1 732. 8**. 3 voll. 

18606 — works, with his life by Th. 
Birch. Lond. 1751. 8°. 2 vols. 

18607 RAMALHO, Miguel Mauri- 
cio. Lisboa reedificada, poema epi- 
co. Lisb. 1780. 8". (400 rees.) 

18608 RAMATUELLE, Audibert. 
CouTS elementaire de tactique na- 
vale. Par. 1802. 4**. 2 vols, with 
plates (30 fr., on large paper 40 fr., 
on vellum paper 60 fr.). 

The and vol. oontaint the plates. 



RAM 



1589 



RAM AY UNA, see Valmeeki. 

18609 RAMAZZINI, Bn. Opera 
omnia medica et physiologica. 
Ed. V. Lond. 1742. 4^ 2 vols, 
with plates. 

Previously, Genev. 17 16 or 17. 4". Lond. 
1718. 4"*. t^. 1739* 4°' 3 vols, with plates. 

RAMBLER, see Johnson. 

18610 RAMEAU, J. Ph. Traits de 
I'harmonie, reduite k ses principes 
naturels. Par. 1722. 4°. — Discours 
sur Tharmonie. Par., le Clerc, 
1737. 8°. — G^ Oration harmonique 
ou traite de musique th^rique et 
prdtique. Par., Prault, 1737. 8®. 
— Demonstration du principe de 
I'harmonie. Par., Durand, 1750. 
8°. — El^mens de musique th^ori. 
que et pratique. Par. 1752. 8°. — 
Observations sur notre instinct pour 
la musique et sur son principe. 
Par., Prault, 1754. 8°. — Code de 
musique prfttique. Par., impr. roy., 
1760. 4°. with music. — Dissertation 
sur les diffdrentes methodes d*ac- 
compagnement pour le clavecin ou 
pour I'orgue. Par., without date. 

4 • 
The Code de la mus, has become scarce. 

18611 RAMEE, Pt. de la. Gram- 
mere (fran^aise). Par., And. We- 
chel, 1572. 8°. 

Enlai^ged and corrected, Par., Duval, 
1587. 8°. Scarce, and still sought after in 
France. 

18612 — institutt. dialecticar. libri 
III. Par. 1547. 8°. 

There was a copy on vellum in the 
Biblioth. exquisitiss. Hag. Com., Moet^ 
jens, 1732. i°. p. 706. 

18613 — scholee in liberates artes, 
grammaticam, rhetoricam, dialecti- 
cam, physicam, metaphysicam. Has. 
1569. fol. 

18614 — scholee mathematicae, stud. 

Laz. Schoneri. Ff. a. M., Wechel, 

1599. 4\ 

Previously, Bas. 1569. 4^ Also, Ff. 
1627. 4". 

18615 RAMELLI, Agst. Le di- 
verse ed artiliciose machine. Par., 

5H4 



1540 



RAM 



in casa dell' autore^ 1588. fol. with 
195 plates. 

Scarce, and greatly sought after. A copy 
on large paper 5 1 a fr. McCarthy In Ger- 
man under the title, SchaUfkammer me" 
chanitcher Kuruie, Lpz, 1620. fol. with 
plates. 

18616 RAMIS y Ramis, J. In- 
scripciones Romanas que existen 
en Menorca, y otras relativas a la 
misma. Mahon, 18 17. 8^ 223 
pages 

18617 RAMLER, C. W. Poetische 
Werke, Oden u. vermischte Ge- 
dicbte (herausg. yon Lp. F. 6th. 
von Gdkingk.) Berl., Sander, 1 800 
-1.4". a vols, with plates, on vel- 
lum paper (22 d.) 

At the same time there appeared an edi- 
ti<m in 2 vols. 8**. (2 d. 20 gr , on vellum 
paper with plates rid.) 

18618 — lyrische Blumenlese. Lpz., 
Weidmann, 1776-78. 8°. 2 voU. 
(2 d. 14 gr.) 

18619 — Fabellese. Lpz., Weid- 
mann, 1783-90. 8^ 3 voll. (2 d. 
10 gr.) In addition, Fabein u. 
Erzahll. aus verschiednen Dichtem. 
Berl., Maurer, 1797. 8°. (i d.) 

RAMON, see Cruz. 

18620 RAMSAY, Allan. Poems, 
with his life and a glossary by 
Chalmers, and Tytler's remarks on 
his poems. Lond. 1 800. 8°. 2 vols, 
with plates (il. iis. 6d.). 

18621 RAMSAY, Charl. Alex. 
Tacheographie ou Tart d'escrire 
aussi viste qu'on parle. Trad, de 
lat. en fran9. par A. D. G. (avec 
I'original lat.) Par. 1681. 12°. 

There is a copy on vellum of this edition 
of an often printed book. 

18622 RAMSAY, Mch. And. Les 
voyages de Cyrus, avec un disoours 
Bur la mythologie. Par., Quillau, 
1727. 8^ 2 voll. 

A copy on vellum in ^ vols. 80 fr. OaJg- 
nat, 148 fr. Valli^ loi fr. McCarthy. 

18623 — -— Lond., Bettenham, 1 730. 
large 4^ 

This edition is much o ur re ele d and to 
be preferred to tha preoeding. And yet 



RAM 

the new edition of 1806 v only printed 
after the edition of 1717. — Viagefu d€ 
CyrOf trad, em portugueg. Lub. 1791. 8". 
2 voll. (720 rees). P'iapes de Ciro, tradu^ 
eidot delfraneet. Madr, 1784. 8^ 2 volL 
/ ffioffgi di CirOy irad, dalfraneeee. Nap. 
1753' ^*'' Beiten de* Cpnu, aus dem 
Frarut. mil einer Voir, wm Aithu Ckmdiue. 
Brest, 1780 or 95. 8°. (1 d.) Travelt qf 
Cffrue, Land. 1763. la**. Regente-Ldr^ 
doniy qfvertai pa And. Wilde, Sth, 1 749. 
8^ 

18624 — histoire da vicomte de To- 
renne. Par., Mazieres, 1735. large 
4°. 2 vols, with plates. 

Not prized. At the same time it also 
appeared in 4 vols. 1 2**. In English, Lond. 
X735 8®. 3 vols. 

18625 RAMUS, Ch. Catalogus nu- 
mor. vett. grsecor. et latinor. musei 
regis Danise. Havn. 1816. 4°. a 
parts in 3 vols., with 11 plates. 
Also on large paper. 

RAMUS, Pt., see Rah^e. 

18626 RAMUSIO, Gi. Bt. Naviga- 
tioni et viaggi, raccolti da 61. Bt« 
Ramusio. T. I. Ven., Giunti, 
1563 or 88. T. II. ib., iid., 1583. 
T. III. ib, iid., 1565. fol. 3 vok. 
with woodcuts. 

These editions, aooorduig to the French 
and Italian bibliographers, are the best, 
especially when ^e Cesare de Fredrid 
viagffio neW India orientale Heaves 386-- 
430) is added to them from the edition of 
tibe 3rd part of 1606. As the parts fol- 
lowed each other slowly, the editions of 
them therefore appeared in very different 
years. The series of the editions, not yet 
entirely made out (all of them printed by 
the Oinnti at Venice in folio), is as follows : 
Vol. I, 1550 (Bandini Annal, Junt. I. 
22). £d. II. 1554. Ed. III. 1563. Ed. IV. 
1588 (4 unmmibered leaves of preliminary 
matter, 34 numbered leaves indice, and 394 
numbered leaves of text). Ed. V. 1613 
(the same collation and 3 oopper-plate maps 
in addition). — Vol, II, 1559 (there is pro. 
bably an earlier edition), 1564, 1574, 1583 
(18 numbered leaves of preliminary matter, 
10 unnumbered leaves indice, 256 and 90 
numbered leaves of text). — Vol. III. 1556. 
(6 numbered leaves of preliminary matter, 
34 numbered leaves ifuUoe, 453 numbered 
leaves of text, and i map engraved on 
wood, and numbered 455 and 456!, 1565, 
1606 (6 unnumbered leaves of preliminary 
matter, 36 numbered leavea indioBf and 
430 nusib««d leair«i of lest).'— Set also 



RAN 

above, Lxo, No. 11864, which it partly a 
traaalatioa froni Rannuio. 

RANCHIN, see Edictum. 

18627 RANOUW. W. van. (amm,) 
Kabinet der natnurlyke Historieiip 
Wetenachappen, Konsten en Hand- 
werken. Amst., Strik, 1719-27. 8°. 
8 volL P. van der Meersch Re- 
gister tot alle de Deelen van het 
Kabinet etc. Amst., Lakeman, 1 73 2. 
8°. Altogether 9 vols, with plates. 

Some parts have been pubKahed aeroral 
times. 

18628 RANTSCH, J. Historia BuL 
garonun, Chorbatorum et Servi- 
onun. Vindob., 1794-95. 8°. 4 
voll. 

RAOUL de Coucy, see Bobde. — 
— de Fevre, see Fevrs. 

18629 RAOUL-ROCHETTE. His- 
toire critique de T^tablissement des 
colonies grecques. Par. et Strb., 
Treuttel, 1815. 8^ 4 voll. (30 fr., 
on vellum paper 60 fr.) — Deux let- 
tres sur I'authenticit^ des inscrip. 
tions de Fourmont. Par., 1819. 4°. 
— Antiquitds grecques du bosphore 
Cimmerien. Par. 1822. 8^ with 
plates. 

18630 RAPHAEL. Imagines V. ac 
N. T. a Raphaele Sanctio Urbinate 
in Vaticani palatii xystis expresses, 
J. Jac. de Rubeis cura delineate et 
incisae. Romas, without date (1674). 
oblong fol. 

55 leaves with the title and dedication. 

18631 — parerga atque ornamenta ex 
Raph. Sanctii prototypis a Nannio 
in Vaticani palatii xystis expressa ; 
edidit J. Jac. de Rubeis, delineavit 
Sanctus Bartolo. Without place or 
date^ oblong fol. 

Altogether 43 leaves. 

18632 — Leonis X. admirandae vir- 
tues imagines^ ab Hetrurias lega- 
tione ad pontificatum, a Raphaele 
Urbinate ad vivum et ad miraculum 
expressae, in aulaeis Vaticanis textili 
monocromate elaborats. P. S. Bar. 
tc^us delineavit^ J. Jac. de Rubeis 
incidit. Romae, without date, ob- 
long fol. 

Ahggetbar i4laaf«. 



RAP 



1641 



18633 — tapexserie del Papa. 6i 

Jac Rossi fbrmis. Rome, 1655. 

oblong foL 

Alto^cher 5 leaves: These 4 artides 
are usually bound up together. 

18634 — sacrie bistorise acta a Ra- 
phaele Urbinate in Vaticanis xystis 
ad picture miraculum expressa a 
N. Chaperon, et a se delineata et 
incisa. Rcmiae, 1649. obl<»g fol. 

Containing 52 leaves. The first impres- 
sions do not contain Mariette*s address. 
A copy on vellum, probably incomplete^ 
80 fr. if irabeau. 

18635 — Raphaelis planetarium, 
Romse elaboratum, delineatum et in 
aes incisum a N. Dorigny. Rome, 
1695. fol. 16 leaves. 

18636 — pictures ex aula et concla- 

vibus palatii Vaticani, a Dm. de 

Rossi in esre expressae. Romas, 

1713. large fol. 

19 pieces with the title. The 3rd repre- 
sentation (Constantine's battle) contains 4 
kaves. The copies of 1 71a are less sought 
after. 

18637 — Psyches et Amoris nupti» 

ac fibibula a Raph. Sanctio Urbinate 

Romse in Farnesianis hortis trans 

Tyberim expressa, a N. Dorigny 

delineata et incisa, et a J. P. Bel- 

lorio notis illustrata. Romas, Dm. 

de Rubeis, 1693. large fol. 

I a leaves with the title. — Marc Antoine 
has also engraved the history of Psyche 
and Cupid in 33 leaves after Raphael. 
The earlier impressions which have not the 
names of Salamanca or Villamena under 
each plate, are equally scarce and costly. 
SeeApuLEius No. 878. 

18638 — lo^ di Rafaello nel Vati- 
cano. (Roma), 1772-77. large foL 
3 parts in 1 vol. 

These 3 parts engraved by Vblpato and 
others, from designs by Camporeni, which 
contain the ArabMques, stucoos and ceilings 
of the Vatican, consist of 43 plates, (in* 
eluding the 3 title-leaves and the perspec- 
tive view of the hgjfi). The value of the 
collection is considerably increased, when 
the 8 large leaves engraved by Vdpato after 
Raphad are added: (viz. Piooie (TAthhies^ 
la Pamaue, VanembUe ihdologtque, Helio- 
dore, Ataioy Vincendie, la (UHvrance de S. 
Pierre, and le miraele de la meete.) There 
STB ooetly copies in whidi bU the leaves are- 
cawfaMy illuminated. 



i» 



1542 



RAP 



18639 — collection de peintures des 
loges du Vatican, peintes par Ra- 
phael et gravies par Chaperon. 
Without place, (Par.) or date, ob- 
long 4°. 

Altogether 54 leaves. 

18640 — les cel^bres tapisseries de 
Raphael d'Urbin, connues sous le 
nom d'Arazzi^ qui sont au Vatican^ 
par L. Sommereau. Rome, 1780. 
oblong fol. 

Altogether 2 1 leaves. 

18641 — teste scelte di personnagi 
illustri in lettere ed in armi, dipinte 
nel Vaticano da Raphaello d'Ur. 
bano. Roma, 1756-63. large fol. 
6 parts in 3 vols. 

A collection ot 216 very indifferent plates. 

18642 — le 52 teste della scuola 
d'Atene dipinta da Rafael lo da Ur- 
binOj disegnate da Raf. Mengs, ed 
incise da Dm. Cunego. Roma, 
178^. fol. 

Offered for sale at Hanover in 181 7 for 
for 20 d. 

18643 — an analysis of the transfi- 
guration of Raffaello Sanzio d'Ur- 
bino, transl. from the Spanish of 
Benito Pardo di Figueroa. Illus- 
trated by 17 heads by M.J. Gau- 
baud. Lend., 1817. foL (61. 6s. 
first impressions 81. 8s.) 

RAPHAEL Volaterranus^ see Ma- 

PHiEUS. 

18644 RAPHELIUS, G. Annotatt. 
in sacram scripturam ex Xeno- 
phonte. Poly bio, Arriano et Hero- 
doto collects. Observatt. adjecit 
Tib. Hemsterhusius. LB.^ ^747' 
8°. 2 voll. 

18645 RAPIN, Renat. Carmina. 
Par., Barbou, 1723. 12°. 3 voll. 

18646 — eclogoe, cum diss, de car- 
mine pastorali. Par., Cramoisy, 
1659. 4°. 

Also LB., 1672. 12*. Ronue, 175 1. 8^ 

18647 — hortorum libri IV. et dispu- 
tatio de cultura hortensi. Par., typ. 
reg., 1665. 4^ 

Enlai^ged with MeurtU arboretum sacrum 
and other pieces, Ultraj., Ribbiut, 1673. 
8^ LB,, Dwde, 1668. I2^ is neat. 



RAP 

18648 — hortorum libri IV. et cultura 
hortensis (edid. Gbr. Brotier). Par.^ 
Barbou, 1780. 12°. Also on fine 
paper. 

18649 — les jardins, poeme en 4 
chants, traduction libre par Gazon- 
Dourxigne. Par., 1773. 12°. Les 
jardins, traduction nour., avec le 
texte par MM. V * * * ( Voyron) et 
G*** (Gabiot). Amst. (Par.), 
1782. 8°. Also Par., 1802. 8°. 

18650 — Christus patiens, carmen 

heroicum (edente Mch. Maittaire). 

Lond., Tonson, 17 13. 12°. 
Previously, Par., Cramwsy, 1674. 8**. 

18651 — oeuvres di verses. Nour. 
^dit. angmentee dn poeme des jar- 
dins. Haye, Gosse, 1725. 12°. 3 

voll. 
Previously, Amsi.., 1709. ii*. 3 voIL 

18652 RAPIN de Thoyras, P. His- 
toire d'Angleterre (avec la conti- 
nuation de D. Durand et Dupard). 
Nouv. edit, (revue par Mr. de 
Saint-Marc) augment^e des notes 
de Tindal, de I'abr^g^ des actes 
publics d'Angleterre de Th. Rymer, 
et des m^moires pour les 20 pre- 
mieres ann^es du r^ne de George 
II. Haye (Par.), 1749. 4^ 16 vols. 
Also on large paper. 

The most complete edition of a work 
now greatly fallen in value. To theearh'er 
editions, Haye, 1724-36. 4". 13 vols, (new 
impression of vols. 1-4, 1733. and of the 
5th and 6th, 1727) there ought also to 
be added, JV. Tindal Remarqiut et abrigi 
des actes publics cTAngleterre par Th. 
Rymer. Haye, 1733. 4". 2 volL (also on 
large paper). Rapin*s work in German, 
Halle, Franke, 1 755-60. 4". 1 1 voU. (27 d. 
12 gr.) 

Abrtge de Vhist. d*Anglet. de Rapin Th. 
Haye, 1730. 4". 3 voll. or 10 voll. in 12*., 
only reaches to the 24th book of tlie work. 

18653 — history of England, trans- 
lated into English bv N. Tindal. 
Lond. 1742 or 43. fol. 2 vols. N. 
TindaFs continuation, ib.^ i744— 
47. fol. 3 vols. The heads of the 
kings of England, proper for Mr. 
Rapin's history translated by N. Tin- 
dal. Collected, drawn, and engraved 
by G. Vertue. Lond. 1 736. fol. 

These 6 vols, belong to a complete edition. 



RAP 

Vertue*8 beMls are unoooimoiily acaroe and 
greatly sought after. They contain 64 
leaves of plates, ii pages of text, and at the 
end I leaf with a fist of the plates. Some- 
times they are distributed through the 
work, and then there are only 5 vols. In 
England there is added to this work, 
Acta regia being the account tthieh Bapin 
de Th. pubiished of the history qf England, 
Ijofnd^y without date, (1733) fol., also /*r. 
SantlUford'*M genealogical historg of the 
kings and queens of England. Land. 
] 707. fol. Such a copy in 7 vols, also illus- 
trated with many other plates, is set down 
in Longman^s catalogue of 18 16 at 140I. 
There are also copies on lai^ P^P^r, and 
on fine writing paper. 

More recent editions of this translation are ; 
Land. 1757-59. ^*'* ^' ^^^* ^^^ plates, 
(the continuation occupies 9 vols.) and ib. 
1 784. fol. 4 vok. with plates, (61 6s.) An 
English abridgment appeared, Land. 1747. 
8**. 3 vols, with plates. On the contrary 
side appeared : (Salmon) D^ence of the 
EnglWi history against the misrepresen-. 
lotions qf Mr. Rajnn de Thogras in his 
history of Engl. Land. 1734. 8^ 

18654 RAPONI, Mar. Ign. Recueil 
de pierres antiques gravees, con- 
oernant rhistoire, la mythologie etc. 
avec leurs descriptions. Rome, 
1786. large fol. with 88 plates in 
Indian ink (10 scudi.) 

A very indifferently executed work. 

RAPPEL, see Peyrbrius. 
RAPPRESENTAZIONE, see 
Belcari and Ant. Pulci. 

18655 RAPPRESENTAZIONI (il 
primo libro di) e festi di diversi 
santi e sante del testamento vec- 
chio e nuoTo, composte da diversi 
autori, nuovamente ricorrette. Fir., 
Giunti, 1555. II secondo libro di 
feste e rappresentazioni. ib., iid., 
1560. II terzo libro di feste eic. 
ib., iid., 1578. 4®. 3 voll. 

A costly collection, and so scarce that Ghunba 
himself {Serie de* testiy I. 87.) had seen no 
complete copy. There are copies of the 
1st book with the year 1555, and a list of 
38 rappresentazionif whereas the copies of 
1578 only contain 33. The 2nd book con- 
tains 449 and the 3rd 31. 

18656 RA8CHE, J. Cp. Lexicon 
universie rei numarise veterum et 
praecipue Grssoor. et Romanor. Lpz. 
Gleditscb, 1785-1805. 8°. 7 parts 
in 14 vols, with plates, (33 d. 16 gr., 
on writing paper^ 43 d. 4gr.) 



RAT 



1648 



The last 3 vols, are supplements, whidi 
nevertheless only reach to the end of /. 

18657 RASILIA, M. La conver- 
sione di S. Maria Maddalena in ot- 
tava rima. Ven., 1517. 8^ with 
woodcuts. 

This small piece is not noticed in Pamer* 

18658 RASK, Rasm. Ch. Veiled- 
ning til det Islandske eller gamle 
Nordiske Sprog. Kbhn., 1811. 8^ 

See also Bioay. 

18659 RASPE, Rdf. Erich. Cata- 
logue raisonne d'une collection g^- 
n^rale de pierres gravies antiques 
et modernes, tiree des plus beaux 
cabinets de TEurope^ moulees 
par J. Tassie, mis en ordre par 
Raspe (en angl. et en fran9.) Lond. 
1 791. 4^ 2 vols, with 57 plates. 
Also on large paper. 

The English title nms thus: A desorip- 
live cattUogue qf a collection qf ancient (md 
modem engraved gems. 

RATBERTVS, see Paschasius. 

18660 RATHERII, episc. Veron., 
opera. Nunc prim, collecta, emen* 
data et aucta (a Balleriniis). Ve- 
ronae^ 1765. fol. 

Previously less complete in Aehery Spi- 
cil. II. 161-335. Conceniing a MS. see 
AreHn*s Beitrr. VII. 509. 

18661 RATIO atque institutio stu- 
dior. (soc. Jesu) per sex patres ad 
id jussu R. P. prsepositi generalis 
deputatos conscripta. Romee, in col- 
legio soc. Jesu, 1586. 8°. 

The original edition, veJT scarce, and 
formerly at a high price, (6(k> fr. Oaignat ; 
151 fr. Valli^re, bought in at McCarthy *8 
sale for 150 fr. and again offered for sale at 
250 fr.) The other editions, BonuPy 1591, 
1606 or 1 61 6. 8*. Neap.y 1598 or 1603. 
8^ Anlw.y 1635. 8^ are less scarce. 

RATIO sphaerse, see Proclus. 

RATIONALE div. offic, see Du- 

RANDUS. 

RATIONARIUM evangelistar., see 
Ars Memorandi. 

18662 RATRAMNUS. Ratramne 
ou Bertram du corps et du sang du 
seigneur, en lat. et en fran9. (par 
Pt. AUix.) Quevilly, Lucas, 1672. 
4®. Also, ib., id., 1673. ia°. 

In this work Ratramnus is considered as 
a witness in favour of the reformed doctrine. 



1544 HAT RAY 

18663 — traite du corps et du sang Morgenlander, fUrnevrficfa Syrianit 
du seigneur, trad, du latin de Ra- Judseam etc. yolibracht. Ff. a. M., 
tramne avec des remarques par Jac. 1582. 4^ 3 parts in i vol. 
Boileau. Par., Martin^ 1686. 12^ Alio Laugingeny 1582. (other oopws 

This and the following article are di- I5^3)* 4"** ('onoeming thia work oonsiilt 

rected against the preceding. Beckmann*s LUL der Re%8ebe$ohw. L i sq. 

18664 — liber de corpore et sanguine ^^' ' 7®. 

domini, Ratramno ceu Bertramo RAVA, see Maoaono. 

assertus et ab omni novitatis aut RAVALLIERE^ see PoifsiES du 

hseresis Calvinianie inventione ant roi de Navarre. 

suspicione vindicatus autore Jac. RAVENNAS anonymus, see Ano- 

Boileau. Par., Musier, 1712. l2^ nymus. No. 656. 

18665 — traits de Bertram du corps RAVENNAS, Pt., see Petrus. 

et du sang de nostre siegneur J. C. 18671 RAY, J. Historia plantarun)» 

without place, 1600 or 1619. 8^ species bactenus editas aliasque in- 

Ratramne ou Bertram du corps et super multas noviter inventas et 

du sang du seigneur, trad, en fran9. descriptas complectens. Lond., 

avec le latin k cote, et une disser- Clark, 1686- 1704. fol. 3 voll. 

tation preliminaire sur Ratramne et ^ ^P^« P^ ^^ "^^^ T^^^ "* 9e\^om 

une autre diss aur la vie et lea niiv „ ,"*^ "^^^ '"* •^"* ^^ supplemental volume, 
une autre aiss. sur la vie et les ouv- y^^^^ ^^^ ^ wanting, the work losea three- 
rages de cet auteur par Hopkins, fourths of its value. There are also copies 
trad, de I'angl. Amst., 1717. 12°. of the ist vol. of 1693. Copies on lai^ 

18666 — the booke of Berthram of P^P" »re scarce, (170 fr. McCarthy.) 
the bodye and blode of Christ 18672 — synopsis methodica anima- 
(translated by W. Hugh). Lond., lium quadrupedum et serpentini 
Raynald, 1548. i6^ ib., id., 1549. generis. Loud., Smith, 1693. 8^ 
8**. ib., 1582. 8''. The book of 18673 — synopsis methodica avium 
Bertram or Ratramnus concerning et piscium. Lond., Innjs, 1713. 8^. 
the body and blood of the Lord, in with 4 plates. 

Latine : with a new English trans- 18674 — methodus plantar, emen. 

lation (by W. Hopkins). Lond. data et aucta. -Lond., Smith, 1703. 

1686 or 88. 8^ 8°. Amst., Wetstein, 17 10. 8°. 

18667 RATSCHKY, Jos. Fr. Ge- 18675 — catalogus plantar. Anglia 
dichte. Wien, GraiFer, 1791. 8®. et insular, adjacentium. Lond., 
Neue Gedichte. ib., Degen, 1805. Clark, 1677. 8°. with 2 plates. 

8°. (20 gr.) Melchior Striegel, ein 18676 — synopsis methodica stir- 

(kom.) heroisch-episches Gedicht. pium britannicar. Ed. III. Lond., 

Lpz., Goscheu, 1799. 8°. (3 d.) Innys, 1724. 8°. with 24 plates. 

18668 RATTI. Instruzione di quanto 18677 — stirpium Europsearum ex. 
puo vedersi di piii bello in Genova, tra Britannias nascentium sylloge. 
in pittura, scultura ed architettura. Lond., Smith, 1694. 8^ 
Genova, 1780. 8°, 2 vols, with 16 18678 — historia insectorum, opus 
plates, (8 lire.) Delle vite de' pit- posthumum. Lond., Churchill, 
tori, scultori ed architetti Genovesi. 1710. 4^. 

Genova, 1797. 4''. (8 lire.) 18679 — RAYMOND, breton. 

18669 RAUCH, Adr. Rerum aus- Grammaire caraibe. Auxerre, 1667. 
triacar. scriptores, qui lucem publi- 8^. Dictionnaire caraibe fran^ois, 
cam hactenus non viderunt, et alia mesle de quantity de remarques 
monumenta diplomatica nondum historiques, pour T^laircissement 
edita. Vindob., Stahel, f793--94' ^® ^^ langue. Auxerre^ Bouquet, 
4^.3 voll. (9 d.) 1665. 8^ Dictionnaire fran9-caraibe. 

18670 RAUWOLFF, Lh. Besch- Auxerre, 1666. 8^ 

reibong der Reyes, so er in die 18680 RAYMUNDU8 de Penna- 



RAY 

ford. Sunniia juris canonici. Ve- 
ronae, 1744. fol. 

RAYMUNDUS de Sabunde, see 
Sabitnok. 

I8fi8l RAYMUNDUS, J. Bt. Ru. 
dimentagrammatioes persicse. With- 
out place or date (jRoma^ 1614). 

The first Perabn gnniinar, probably in* 
tended for the miaiionariei, and ao un- 
known in the rest of Europe, that L. de 
Dieu thought he had made the first at- 
tempt of the kind; consult Jenitch De /oHm 
Ungvar. crienlai, p. 96. — See also Ale- 



1S682 RAYNAL, Go. Th. Histoire 
philosophiqne et politique des ^ta- 
blissemens et du commerce des £u- 
ropeens dans les deux Indes. Ge- 
neve, Pellet, 1 78 r . 4®. 5 voU. 

The 5th vol. contains ti^ maps and 
phtes. Also on fine paper. 

18683 Geneve, Pellet, 1780. 

S°, 10 vols, and an atlas in 4°. 

This edition is preferred to the preceding, 
and has also more plates. Also on fine paper. 
The editions, Amtt. 1 7 70. 8". 6 toIs. Ha^, 
1 774. 8^ 7 vols, are less sought after. In Ger- 
man by J. Mauvillon, Hannov. 1774-78. 
8*. 7 vols. (6 d. 8 gr.) and after the latest 
edition (by J. Mt. von Abele and J. Zom), 
Kemptat^ 1 783-88. 8^ 1 1 vols. (6 d. 16 gr.) 
Against this work appeared, And. Marin* 
Depli errori di Gu. Th. Raynal, Brescia^ 
1 788-90. 8^. 7 voU. — Preparatory to the 
Genera edition Raynal had an impression 
printed at Paris by Stonpe, of which only 
3 copies were struck off. One of these he 
kept for himself, the second he left with 
the printer, and the third he sent to Geneva 
to serve the compositor instead of a MS. 
from which the Geneva edition was printed. 
The assertion (in Grimm's Corretpondencey 
J'arUe, III. T. IV. p. 85) that almost a 
third of the work was Diderot's perform- 
ance, is at least very bold. 

186B4 — (Euvres diverses. Geneve., 

1784. 8^ 4 voll. 
RAYNALDUS, Odor., see Baro- 

NIUS. 

18685 RAYNAUDUS, Thph. Opera 

omnia. Lugd., Boissat, 1665. fol. 

19 parts. Apopompseus s. opernm 

Tomus XX. Cracov., Zangoykus^ 

1669. fol. 

A collection no longer sought after, the 
first 19 parts of which are generally boond 
in 9y 10, or 13 volt. 



R£A 1545 

RAYNERIU8 de Pins, see Pibib. 

18686 RAYNOUARD, Fr. Juste 
Marie. Les templiers, trag^die. 
Par., Giguet» 1805. 8"^. Also on 
vellum paper. — M^moires historic 
riques» relatifs a la condamnatton 
des chevaliers du Temple, et k 
Tabolition de leur ordre. Par., 
Egron, 1813. 8^ 

There are only 9 copies of the latter 
book on vellum paper. The tragedy in 
German by C. F. Cramer, Lpm. 1806. 8*. 
(id. 4gr.) 

18687 — les ^tats de Blois, tragedie. 
Par. 1815. 8°. 

18688 — choix des poesies originales 
des troubadours. Par., Didot, 1 8 1 7 
-19. 8°. 3 voll. (27 fr., on vellum 
paper 54 fr.) 

The following are also tobe had separately; 
from the 1st voL, Les iUmen* de la langue 
Xomane avani Pan 1000 (4 fr., on vellum 
paper 8 fr.), and La grammaire de la 
iangue de$ troubadourt (6 fr., on vellum 
paper 12 fr.); from the 3nd rol. the trea- 
tise Des troubadours et des cours d^amours 
and the Fragmens tTun poeme sur Bocce, 

18689 RAZZI, Serafino. Laudi spi- 
ritual! di diversi antichi e moderni 
autori. Libro primo. Ven.^ Giunti, 

1563. 4**. 

No more appeared. Singing-notes are 
added. 

18690 RE, Fil. Diziouario ragionato 
de' libri d*agricoltura, veterinaria, 
e di altri rami d'economia cam- 
pestre. Ven. 1808-9. 8°. 4 voll. 

18691 — nuovi elementi di agricol- 
tura. £d. II. Mil., Silvestri, 1820. 
8®. 4 vols, with Re's portrait 
( 1 2 fr. 12 c.) 

READING, see Eusebius, No. 

7147- 
REAL, see Saint-Real. 

18692 REALI di Franza. Qui se 

c5menza la hystoria e Real di 

franza comenzando a Costatino im- 

patore secondo molte lezende che 

lo ho attrouate e racolte insieme: 

X e ptito questo volume in sei libri. 

Mutine, Pt. Maufer, pridie idus 

Octobr. 1 49 1, fol. Gothic letter. 

The oldest known edition of this work, 
mostly made out of the Pseudo^Twrpinusy 
and very tcaros. At the banning 7 leaves 



1546 



REA 



of taUe of contents, then 142 leaves of 
text (the last blank) in 2 columns with the 
signatures a-u. The text b^ns with the 
above superscription in 14^ lines, printed in 
red. Leaf 141b is a register and colophon. 

18693 — la hystoria e Real di 
Franza comenzando da Constantino 
imperatore secondo inolte lezende 
cfae io ho attrovate e raccolte in- 
sieme. Ven.^ Christophalo de Pen- 

Bis, 27 Marzo 1499. foL 

This appears to be merely a reprint of 
the preceding edition. 

18694 — li sei libri de li reali di 
Franza, novamente historiati, re- 
visti e corretti. Ven., Fr. Bindoni, 
1537. 8°. 

Oingudnd possessed this work; see his 
catalogue, p. 213. Paitoni, IV. 138, men^ 
tions, after Quadrio, an edition, Ven. 
155'- 8". 

18695 — gli sei libri de gli reali de 
Francia. Ven., Zanetti, 1596. 8°. 

t74 numbered and 7 unnumbered leaves. 
At M'olfenbUttel. 

18696 — i reali di Franzia. Ven., 
Lucio Spineda, 1604. S''. 

374 numbered and 7 unnumbered leaves. 
At the same place. 

18697 — i reali di Francia. In 
questa nuoua impressione purgati 
diligentemente da infiniti errori si 
della stampa come della lingua, e 
ridotti alia vera lettione. Salo, 
Ant. Comincioli, 1647. S^, with 
woodcuts. 

8 leaves of preliminary matter, and 526 
pages. At the same place. 

18698 — i reali di Francia. In 
questa nuova impressione purgati 
diligentemente da infiniti errori si 
ilella stampa come della lingua, e 
ridotti alia vera lettione. Ven., 
Prodotti. 1694. 8°. with wood- 
cuts. 

This edition is very faulty according to 
Paitoni.— A modification of this romance 
in rhyme see under Altissimo. 

18699 REAUMUR, Rene Ant. Fer. 
chaalt de. Memoires pour servir k 
Fhistoire des insectes. Par.^ impr. 
roy., 1734-42. 4®. 6 vols, with 
plates. 

The I St vol. has 50 plates, the 2nd 40, 
the 3rd 47, the 4th 44, the 5th 38, and the 
^th 48. The work is frequently to be 



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met with, because there are 2 editions with 
the above date. The edition, Amst. 1737— 
48. 1 2**. 6 parts in 1 2 vols, with plates, is 
less frequently met with, but also less tine. 
To this work may be joined, J, JV. Valloi 
Concordance syaUmatiqiie servant de table 
des matieres. Par. 1802. 4**. 

18700 REBELLO, Gasp. Pires de. 
Infortunios tragi cos da constaate 
Florinda. Lisb. 1625-30. 8°. 2 voU. 

18701 — novellas exemplares. Lisb. 
1650. 8°. 

18702 REBOLLEDO, Bernardino 
de. Obran poeticas. Madr., Sancha» 
1778. 8°. 4 vols, with plates (32r8.) 

The most complete edition. His earlier 
single works are: Ocios. j4mberesy 1650. 
24**. Selvas danicas. Copenhag., Mor^ 
singio, 1655. 4'*. ^ eonstantia victoriosa. 
Colon. Agripp., KinchiOt 1655. 4**. Selt*a 
sagrada. ib., id., 1657. 4**. iSelva militar 
If poliiica. Copenhag. 1661. 4**. (also with- 
out place or date. 12".) Obras poeticas. 
Amberes, 1661. 4**. 3 voU. 

REBOUS, see Mattheolus. 
REBUDE, see Debure. 

18703 RECENSENT (de), 00k der 

Recensenten. Deel 1-16. Amst., 

J. van der Hey, 1806-11 and 1814 

-23. large 8°. It is going on. 

A valued critical periodical, which ap. 
pears in monthly parts. Nothing appeared 
in 1812 and 181 3. The series for the year 
J 806 costs 5 fl. 12 St., for 1807 7 fl., for 
1808 7 fl. 10 St., for 1809 8 fl., and for the 

subsequent years 10 fl. i6st ^An earlier 

periodical, De recensenty which is described 
as the best Dutch critical journal, and was 
composed in the spirit of the Monthly Be- 
view, after a short duration, had already 
ceased in 1 787 on account of the freedom 
of its language. 

RECHBERG, see Peuples. 
RECHERCHES, see Bullet, 
Hancarvillb, and Pauw. 

18704 RECHTSSTREIT zwischen 
tod vnnd Menschen. Without place 
or date {Bamberg, Pfister, about 
1 46 1.) small foL Gothic letter, with 
5 woodcuts. 

Concerning this very scarce production, 
see Heinecken Nachrr. II. 21. Meusel 
hist. litt. bibliogr. Magatfin, V. 25. VII. 
22. Literar. Magaz. fhr Katholikeny B. I. 
St. 6. (Coburg, 1795. 8*.) p. 652 sq. 
Sprenger Buchdmckergesch. von Bamberg, 
p. 27. Panzers Deutsche Annal. Sup., 
plem. p. 20. Heinecken called this small 
work, which has no distinct title, AUegorie 



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oaf den Tod^ more reeentiy the above title 
hM been given to it. Properly it is an ad- 
monition to Christiant on their huneiita- 
tiont at the death of thor friends in the 
same judicial manner as in other similar 
writings of that period, for instance, the 
Bdial of Jacobus de Theramo. It is di- 
vided into 34 chapters, the first 3a of 
which contain Des dagen and Des todet 
wider red, in chapter 33, Spricht got 
auMM doi vrlgil de» kriges xwitche dem tod 
tmd dem elager (the particular contents of 
which are), Ir htAt peid teol gevoehten. Den 
twingt leid mu doge. Diesen muet die off- 
terreiding des dagert die weiezheit mu mgen, 
Darusnb elager hob ere. tot 9ige\ and in 
chapter 34, Pitt der elager Jur seiner frauen 
eele. 

The entire book contains ^together 14 
leaves (the ist of which is blank, and the 4th 
also^ on the /o/io recto, and only contain a 
Jaige woodcut on the reverse), with 38 lines 
in a fuU page, without signatures, catch- 
won^ and paginati(m. l*he text begins with- 
out any fardier superscription in leaf 2<s and 
the fint line is, {G)rymigen abtilger alter 
ieut. aehedheher ecM viL The work ends 
Also without any sulncription in leaf 24**, 
and the last or 25th line is, mil innkieit 
(sic; ipreehen amen. There are 5 wood- 
cats therein of the size of the entire page, 
which are in leaves i^, 4\ lo*, i8*, and 
ii\ The types are completely the same 
as those of Boner*s fables of 1461, but less 
worn, and the printing is consequently to 
be set down in no case as later than 1461. 
Only 2 copies are known, one of which is 
at WolfenbUttel (bound up with Boner, 
and thus sometime at Paris), and the other 
in the library of Nagler, the postmaster 
general at Berlin. 

16705 — an dem buchleia ist be- 

gchriben ein krig wan einer dem 

sein libes weib gestorben ist schild- 

tet den todt So verantwo't sich der 

todt also seczt der elager ein ca- 

pitel vnd der todt das ander bisz 

an das ende der capitel sind. xxxiiij. 

■dor inn man habscbes sines getich. 

tes behendikait wol vindet Der 

dager hebt an vber den todt zu 

clagen Das erst capitel. Without 

place or date (Bamberg, Pfister, 

about 1462). small fol. Gothic 

letter. 

The second edition of the preceding 
work, with different orthography, and only 
rardy with some small alteration of single 
words (for instance, the end of the 1st 
diapter runs thus in the preceding editions, 
Vnd alter meniglich tei tietigHchen ge^ 



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1547 



vber «iicA. ematRehli Meter geeehrei. 
mit gewmden henden : in this edition it is, 
Vnd aUermamgUch tei stettiglichen ge^ 
wArien vber ench emetlichen veaffen geechrei 
mil gebuden heden). In other respects no- 
thing important is altered or added, ex- 
oepting the abore-given superscription. The 
types are also the same. 

As yet only the defective copy at Wol- 
fenbtittd, which only contains 18 leaves, is 
known. The collation with the preceding 
edition shews however that a complete 
copy ought to contain ai leaves (not 13). 
(In the WoUenbtittd copy leaves 4, 10, 
18 and 21 are wanting.^ With a8 lines, 
without signatures, catoiwords, and pagi- 
nation, and without the woodcuts of the 
preceding edition. The above superscrip- 
tion occupies the first 7 lines of leaf i*, the 
text follows immediately underneath, and 
the 8th line is, Rimiger abtUger alter tetU 
sehedlieher echter. The last or a8th line 
of leaf 2 lb is, Rechter Riehter erhor mteA. 
dmtnhMetueU MagoM.V II. 7$, Literar. 
MagaM./ur Katholik. 1. c. p. 667. Spren^ 
ger, L c. p. 34. Panzer, L c. p. ai. 

18706 — Hie nach volgend ettlicbe 
zumole kluoger vnd subciler rede 
wissend Wie einer was genant der 
ackerman von bohem dem gar ein 
schone liebe frowe sin gemahel 
gestorben was Bescbilttet den dot 
vnd wie der dot im wider antwurt 
vnd setzet also ie ein cappittel vmb 
das ander der cappittel sind. xxxij. 
vnd vahet der Ackerman an Also 
zuclagen. Without place (probably 
Esslingen, Cr. Fyner), 1474. 4°. 
with woodcuts. 

The third edition of the same work of 
which Mr. Heller of Bamberg possesses 
a copy. Described in the Beitragen Mur 
Kunet- u. Lit. Geeeh. i u. 1 HejL Nrb. 
1833. 8^ p. CXXI sq. 34 leaves, with a8 
lines in a full page, without signatures, 
catchwords, and pagination, but with 3 
woodcuts. It ends in leaf 34**, line 21, 
with Amen, and underneath is Ixsiiij. The 
work is changed in this edition with many 
alterations into the dialect of the upper 
Rhine. 

That the piece is a German original may 
almost be conjectured from the quotation 
in the 30th chapter : Vnd (vmb ?) keieer 
learl Marggraff wilhelm, Ditterich vo pern 
den starcke pappS (in the 2nd edition, 
Poppen) vnd vnd) den Avme eenfrid habe 
wir nicht so vil mue gehabt. The book 
certainly speaks of Bohemia, where the 
complainant was a farmer, and the riddle 
of death in the 4th chapter speaks of the 



1548 



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town of Sbcz (that is, Saacc, not Saoy, as 
is oonjectured m the above-mentionad B€u 
tr'dffen, p. CXXIV.) The name of the 
coraplainant, which is oonoealad in the 
large red initials of the last chapter, is Jo- 
hannes, his deceased wife is in the same 
place called Margaretha. (Who does not re- 
collect Hans and Margajetha in Luther*s 
Trat^fifrmular $) Judging fnun the num- 
bers and instances of €u»onanee, it is pro- 
bable that the piece had been previously 
written in verse, and is here resolved into 
prose. Death also actually says in the 2nd 
chapter, Dein dag isi em reim. dowm wir 
pruffen da waUest durch dones vnd reimSs 
toilien. deine «yn meht erUweichen. 

RECX)LLECTORIUM, see Gbbta 

Romanorum. 

18707 RECOPILACION de leyes 
de lo8 reynos de las Indias. Madr. 
1774. foL 4 voll. 

RECOPILACION, see Lbyes. 
RECREATIE, see Spblkn. 

18708 RECUEIL de 26 arrets, con- 
cernant la province de Bretaigne, 
depuis le 3 Juill. 1664 jusqu'au 17. 
de Juin 1665. fol. 

There was a copy on vellum in Bibl. 
Harlej.III, 217. 

18709 — des plus beaux airs, accom- 
pagn^ de chansons a dancer, bal- 
lets, chansons folatres et baccha- 
nales, autrement dites Vau.de- Vire. 
Caen, 1615. 12°. with music. 

18710 — de toutes les chansons nou- 
velles, rustiques et musicales, comme 
aussi de ceulx qui sont dans la d^- 
ploration de V^nus. Lyon, Poncet, 

'555- >6°. 

18711 — de chansons tant musicales 
que rurales. Par., Bonfons, 1572. 
16°. 

18712 — de plusieurs chansons, tant 
musicales que rurales, anciennes et 
modernes. Augmente des chansons 
nouuelles qu'on chante k present. 
Lyon, Ambr. du Rosne, 1567. 

12^ 

94 numbered and 3 unnumbered leaves. 
Spiritual and secular, serious and comic. 
Two are by J. de Afoysson, the rest are 
anonymous (Wolfenbiittel). 

18713 — (petit) de chansons nouvel- 
les tant de Tamour que de la guerre, 
contenans la pluspart les heureuses 
victoires obtenues en Auuergne et 



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ailleurs. Lyon (Rigaud), 1577. 

I2*». 

47 nnmhered leaves, and x unnumbered 
leaf (Wolfenbttttel). 

18714 — de combes et ballets re- 
present^ sur le th^tre des petits 
appartemens, pendant les hivers de 
> 747-50- (P^r.) 1748 sq. 8°. 39 
pieces in 6 vols. 

A copy on vellum, 82 fr. Valli^ (see 
No. 3515), and 203 fr. M'Carthv. A 
2nd copy, 48 fr. Heiss, and 100 fr. 
Thierry. 

18715 — de la diversity des habits 
qui sont de present en usage en 
£urope, Asie, Afrique et isles sau. 
vages. Par., Boeton, 1562. 8°. with 
6r plates. 

Printed in wridng-^^haracters {earaci^es 
de civiliti), ^3!. fos. dnke of Marlborough). 
Also, i6. 1504. 8^ (2I. 15s. the same.) 

18716 — d'estampes d'apres les plus 
beaux tableaux etc, qui sont en 
France dans le cabinet du roi etc. 
avec une description historique (par 
Pt. J. Mariette). Par. 1729-42. 
large fol. 2 voll. 

The first edition of this woric known 
under the name of Cabinet de Crozaty 
which at first appeared without any text. 
182 leaves, 42 of which are unnumbered. 
Also copies on very large paper of an elon- 
gated form. The 2nd edition, dated 1 763, 
is less sought after, yet in it several 
woodcuts are replaced by copper-plate en- 
gravings. 

18717 — de 285 estampes, grav^ k 
I'eau-forte par les plus habiles ar- 
tistes du terns, d'apres les dessins 
des grands maitres, que poss^dait 
autrefois Mr. Jabach« et qui sont 
au cabinet du roi. Without place 
or date, oblong fol. 

This collection, made up of the leaves 
which Jabach had caused to be engraved, at 
first appeared in 5 parts, each of 47 plates, 
which were followed by a 6th of 5 1 plates. 
The impressions published during Jabach^s 
life are without numbers or text. 

18718 — de plusieurs farces, tant 
anciennes que modernes, lesquelles 
ont est^ mises en meilleur ordre et 
langage qu'auparavant. Par., N. 
Rousset, 161 2. 12^ 

Concerning this scarce and greatly sought 
after collection (124 fr. Vuli^re^ 84 fr. 



\ 



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HdM), flee HtMi. univ. det thi&tres^ XI. 
S37' A new impression of the same date 
in 8^. was superintended by Sim. Caron at 
Paris in 1 798. 

RECUEIL des loix de Fassembl^e 
constituante, see Decrbts. 

18719 RECUEIL de marbres anti- 

qaes et modernes qui se trouvent 

dans la galerie da roi de Pologae 

k Dresde (grav^ sous la direction 

de B. le Plat). Dresde, Stossel, 

1733. large fol. 

This ooUection of 930 leaves is of little 
value as a work of art, but is frequently 
met with, and contains pieces which are 
not introduced into Becker's Afigutieum. 
Thereto betongs, J. Gf. Liprius CoUecHon 
d'*e9tampet pour la deaeripiion de ia galerie 
eleeiorale dee anHgttes, servant de supple^ 
merU au recueil de nutrbres anHquet de 
LepkU, Dretdey WaUher^ 1803. fol. with 
53 plates. 

18720 — general des op^ra repr^ 
sent^ par Tacademie de oiusique. 
Par. 1703-45. la^ 16 voll. 

18721 — de 133 oiseaux des plus 
belles especes, graves sur 87 
planches et color, d'apr^ nature. 
Home, 1775. lai'gc ^ol. 

18722 — p^riodiques de la societe de 
m^decine de Paris, redige par Se- 
dillot. Par., an 5 (Octobre 1796) 
-1 8 1 7. 8®. 6a vols, (namely, 1796 

1 vol., 1 797- 1 800 2 vols, each 
jear, and 1 801-17, 3 vols, each 
year. — Table des 42 premiers vol. 

2 vols. 8^. — Secondes6rie (under the 
title. Journal g^n^ral de medecine) 
Mr Sedillot^ Vaidy etc. T. 63-69. 
Par. 1818-19. ^°' — Recueil p6rio. 
dique de litterature medicale etran- 
g^, par S^illot. Par., an 7-8. 
8''. 2 vols. 

18723 — de diverses pieces faites en 
lantien langage de Grenoble, par 
les plus beaux esprits de ce temps- 
liL Grenoble, 1662. small 8°. 74 

Scarce even in France. 

18724 — de pi^es choisies, rassem- 

bl^es par les soins du cosmopolite 

(avec une ^pttre d^dicatoire et une 

pr^fiace attribute ^ Moncrif). An- 

conne, 1735. 4^ 
This ooUBction of the most profligate and 
VOL. IV. 



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1549 



immoral pieces, which were then known, 
is said to have been prepared by a certain 
duke of Aiguillon, and printed under his 
own eye at verret in Touraine. It is very 
scarce, as only a few copies were struck 
off, and contains anumg other things Are- 
tiuo*B Sonetti Itusuriotiy the DttMi amoroti^ 
the Corona di oajrjrt, and the CapUolo del 
fomo. Among the previously inedited 
pieces the most important is, JVaducHon 
des noels Bourguignons de la Monnoge. 

18725 — de pieces int^ressantes, pour 
servir \ Thistoire de France. 12°. 
12 voll. 

A copy on vellum was sold at de Mey- 
zieu*s sale in Paris for 193 fr., and the 
same copy, which however only contained 
10 vols, was disposed of at McCarthy's sale 
for 165 fr. It is a reprint of the Recunl 
des ehoses nUmorables, faites et patsies 
pour la religion, and probabW that copy 
was of the edition of 1 740 in 6 vols. I2^ 

18726 — de poesie fran^oise prinse 
de plusieurs poetes les plus excel- 
lens de ce r^gne. Par., Regnault, 

'555- »6°. 

Scarce, and containing several Mngiilnf 
pieces. 

18727 — de pontes gascons, contenant : 
Las obras de Pt. Goudelin ; les fo- 
lies de le Sage de Montpellier; 
I'embarras de la fieiro de Beaucaire, 
par Mch. de Nismes. Amst. 1700. 
small 8°. 2 voll. 

It is become scarce, and the and vol. espe- 
cially is frequently wanting. 

18728 — general de proverbes dra- 
matiques. Lond. 1785. 12^ 16 
voll. 

18729 — de romans historiques (pub- 
lies par Lenglet du Fresno j). 
Lond. (Par.), 1746-47. 12®. 8 
voU. 

18730 — de sculptures antiques 
grecques et romaines. {Nancy), 
1754. small fol. 

62 plates, besides the title and table, after 
designs by L. S- A. Adam. A new title 
is, Collection de sculptures antiques gr. et 
rom., trouvies d Rome, dans les ruines du 
palais de Niron et Marius. Par. 1 755. 

18731 RECUEIL de tons soulas et 
plaisir, et parangon de po^ie. 
Par.. Bonfons, 1562. 12^ with 
woodcuts. 

18732 — de plusieurs traitez de 
Si 



I 



1550 



REC 



mathematique de Facad roy. des 
sciences. Par., impr. roy., 1676. 
large fol. with plates. 

This collection consists of 6 separately 
printed pieces, the last of which first ap- 
peared in 1677. It is often joined to the 
Cabinet du roiy hut its value is very 
little. 

18733 — de quelques vers, d^die a 
Adelaide par le plus heureux des 
i^poux (J. Bj. de la Borde). Par., 
Didot, 1784. i8^ 

There is a copy on vellum. 

18734 — de voyages au nord. Amst. 
1731-38. 12°. 10 voll. 

18735 — des voyages qui ont servi k 
r^tablissement et auz progres de 
la compagnie des Indes orientales^ 
form6e dans les provinces-unies des 
pays-bas. Amst. 1716-25 (new 
title, ib. 1 754) .127 parts in 1 2 vols, 
with plates. 

The oompletest and l)est edition. 

RECUEIL, see also Coelbmans, 
Cabinet satyr., Fevre, Galerie, 
Gravelles, Hay, Mj^moires No. 
1 37 1 8, Pellerin, Sante Bartoli, 
Seroux, Tisghbbin. 

18736 REDERYCK.kunst in Rym 
opt kortst vervat. Hier by ghe- 
voeght de Redenkaveling en de 
Letterkunsts Grondvesten ; uyt- 
ghegheven by de Kamer in Liefd' 
Bloeyende t'Amstelredam. Ley- 
den, Fr. Raphelinghen, 1587. 8°. 

18737 REDI. Institutiones juris civ. 
Flor. 1802. 8^.3 voll. 

18738 REDI, Fr. Tutte le opere 
accresciute e migliorate in questa 
nuova edizione. Nap., Gessari, 
1741-42. 4^ 6 vols, with plates. 

Also, Fen.^ Hert», 1 74*^5. 4** 7 vols, 
with plates, f^en, 1 763. 4"*. 7 vols. N'ap. 
1778. 8^ 7 vols. MiL 1 809-1 1. 8^ 9 vols. 
(Ckuticiltal.) LetterefamiL Ftr. 1734. 
37, lielong, as parts 4 and 5, to the earlier 
edition, superintended by Apost. Zeno, 
Ven. HertM, 1713. 4^ 3 vols, and CcntuUi 
fMtHeif ib, 1716-39, as parts 6 and 7. 

18739 — esperienze intorno alia ge- 
nerazione degl' insetti. Fir. .1668, 
or 74, or 88. 4°. with 29 plates. 
Also on large paper, Osservazioni 



RED 

intorno agli animali viventi. Fir. 

1684. 4°. with 26 plates. Also on 
large paper. Esperienze intorno a 
diverse cose naturali. Fir. 1671. 
4?. with 6 plates. Also on large 
paper, ib. 1686. 4^ with 6 plates. 
Osservazioni intorno alle vipere. 
Fir. 1664 or 86. 4°. Lettera so- 
pra alcune opposizioni fatte alle 
sue osservazioni intorno alle vipere. 
Fir. 1670 or 85. 4°. Lettera in- 
torno air invenzione degli occhiali. 
Fir. 1678 or 79. 4^ 

These are the earlier editions of his phy- 
sical works, which are dted by the aca- 
demy della Crusca. 

18740 — opuscula. LB. 1729. 12°. 
3 vols, with plates. 

Translations of some of the pieces of the 
preceding article. 

18741 — lettere. Seconda ediz. 
Fiorentina accresciuta. Fir., Cam- 
biagi. 1779-95. 4^ 3 voll. 

The best edition, and more complete 
than Fir. 1734-37. 4^ 2 voll.; the ist v(d. 
of which was enlarged and reprinted, «6. 

«73»-4'. 

18742 — Bacco in Toscana, ditiram- 
bo con annotazioni. Fir., Matini, 

1685. 4°. Also on large paper. 

A poetical critique on all Italian wines. 
In the annotations, which have received 
an insignificant augmentation in the edi- 
tion, Fir., Matinif 1691. 4^ similar more 
ancient poems are introduced. Also, Fen. 
1713. 8'. Luooa, 1738. 8*. ATop. 1770. 
13". Ven. 1803. 13". Fir. 1817. 8". In 
the editions, without place or date (Bol. 
1748). 8". and ren. 1763. 8". 150 healths 
(Brindisi) from Minto aSod others are also 
added. 

18743 — sonetti. Fir., Bigonci, 
1702. fol. with Redi's portrait. 

Alsoy Fir., Manni, 1703. 13". 

18744 — raccolta delle poesie. Lon- 
dra e Livorno, Masi, 1781. 12°. 

Also, NiMMO, 1781. 8". Without phice 
(Italy) 1816. 33". 

18745 — poesie toscane con aggiunta 
di altri due poemetti, la svinatura 
del Carli e 11 naso del Guadagnoli. 
Fir., Piatti, 1820. 12°. (4 paoli). 

18746 REDI, Gr. Opere varie. Ven, 
1 75 1. 8®. 4 voll. 



■ 

I 



RED 
REDOUBT, see Vespucci. 

18747 REDOUTE, P. J. Lea lilia- 
cdes. Par. 1803-16. large fol. 
8 vols, on yellum paper^ with illu- 
minated plates. 

One of the finest botanical works of 
splendoar, which appeared in 80 Nos. of 
6 plates at 40 fr. each. 20 copies mr papier 
eolonMer with some differences in the text 
(80 fr. each No.) Prince Beauhaniais pos- 
sewes the only copy on veUum. 

18748 — les roses. Par., Didot, 

1817 sq. large fol.^ on vellum paper 

with illuminated plates. 

An equally successful splendid work, in- 
tended to hxve lao plates in 20 Nos. (at 
50 fr. each, and in 4**. at 15 fr. each). 
A 26th No. has however already appeared. 
The text is by CI. Ant. Thory — See also 
Decavdolle. 

REED^ Is., see Dodslry^ N0.6278. 

18749 REENBERG, Toger. Poet- 
iske Skrifter, udgivne af Toger 
Reenberg Teilman. Kbhvn. 1769. 
8°. 2 voll. Also in 4°. 

REES, Abr., see Encyglopjedia. 

18750 REFEREYNEN opte In- 
traden binnen Delft, by thien Ca- 
meren van Rhetorycke in Hollandt 
ghedaen. Delft, Heyndrickszoon, 
1581. 4°. with plates. 

18751 REFEREYNEN (dryderley) 
ghepronuncieert opte Rhetoryck- 
feest der blauwe Acoleyen van Rot- 
terdam 1561. Antw., W. Silvius, 
1 564. 8^ 

18752 REFORMATION (la) des 
tabernes et cabarets, destruction de 
gonnnandise, k 12 personnages. 
Par., Gu. Nyver, without date. 8°. 

18753 REFORMATION der bay- 

rischn Lanndrecht. Munchen, 1 5 1 8. 

fol. 

Ten copies on yellum in the Royal library 
at Munich. Three other copies on vellum 
were sold at a Munich sale in 182 1. 

18754 REFORMATORIUM vitK 

roorumque et honestatis clericor. 

(anct. Jac. Philippi). Has., Mch. 

Furter, 1444 (instead of 1494). 8^ 

Grotbic letter. 

Remarkable for the misprint in the date 
(unhappily defended in Franckii Bibl no* 
titt. obtervaiianum, tecHo II, p. 68), but 



REG 



1551 



of no value^ although sold at Valli^re*s sale 
for 1 2 1 fr. (at Oaignat^s for only 9 fr., and 
at M*Carthy*s for ai fr.) Consult also^ 
H. Meene hleine Sehrr. B. /. (Quedlmb. 
1755. 8**.) St. I. p. I sq. St. 1. p. 1 sq. 

18755 REGANON (el) general o 
tribunal catoniano de literatura, 
educacion y costumbres. Madr. 
1803-4. 4°. 2 voll. 

No more appeared on account of the 
prohibition by the goyemment. 

18756 REGENFUSS, Fr. Mch. 
Auserlesne Schnecken, Muscheln 
u. audre Schaalthiere auf allerhdch- 
sten Befehl Sr. konigl. Majest. 
nach den Originalen gemalt, in 
Kupf. gestochen u. mit naturl. 
Farben erleuchtet. Choix de co- 
quillages et de crustac^ peints 
d'apr^s nature, grav^ en taille- 
douce et illumines de leurs vraies 
oouleurs. Copenh. 1758. large fol. 
with illuminated plates. 

First a title-plate (the portrait of the 
king of Denmark), printed in blue in the 
common oc^ies, but in red in those which 
were made presents of by the king, a Oer. 
man and French title; i leaf; privilegium ; 
4 leaves, German and Frendi dedication 
to king Frederic V. ; i leaf, advertise- 
ment ; XIV. pages, list of oonchyliological 
works ; 12 pages preliminary introduction ; 
LXXXVII pages, explanations of the 
plates, and la finely illuminated plates. 
The introduction is by J. And. Cramer, 
the text by ('h. Gli. Kratzenstein, Pt. As- 
canius, and Lr. Spengler. An earlier text, 
composed by a Daniw literary person, was 
suppressed by the royal, command, and re- 
placed by the above. Copies in which it 
also is found (as in the Dresden copy) are 
of the greatest rarity. This suppressed 
text consists of 1 engraved titles, which are 
usually wanting (one in German, Samtii' 
lung von Muscheln^ Schnecken etc. and 
the other in French, Recueil de ooquU" 
lages, de lima^ont etc.), a German printed 
tide (of the same tenor as that to the 
genuine text) a half-title, i leaf privile- 
gium, I leaf of dedication engrav^, and 
38 and LIII. pages of explanation. 

Regenfuss had already engraved la plates 
for a 2nd vol., and O. F. MuUer had un- 
dertaken the task of composing the text. No- 
thing of it has however appeared. Consult 
Schroier*s Journal fSr die Liebhaber de$ 
Sleinreicht, V. T15 sq. and his ne^^e Litt. 
und Beitr'dge, I. 1 19. — The Dresden copy, 
in which also the vignettes are printed in 
red, was bought for 40 dollars. 






1652 



REG 



REGES tres, see Liber de gestis. 

18757 REGIMEN moralitatis. Im- 
pressum Bamberger without date. 
4". 4 leaves. 

In Latin and German verse. Noticed 
in Renouard*8 Catal. III. t2o, who thinks 
it was printed shortly after 1475. 

18758 REGIMEN sanitatis zu 

teutsch das buch von der ordnug 

der gesuntheyt. Nrb., F. Crewss- 

ner, without date. fol. 3 1 leaves. 

One of the oldest editions, if not the 
oldest, of this diajtetic work, compiled for 
count Rudolf of Hohenburg, which in this 
edition only consists of three parts, and 
must not be confounded with the Schola 
SatemUanOy which also often appeared 
under this title. 

18769 Augsp.^ Bamler, 1472. 

fol. 

In this edition the work has 4 parts. At 
Wolfenbiittel is an edition, without place 
or date (t6., id,, 1472), fol. 36 leaves with 
28 lines in a full page, running all across. 
The other numerous editions are of no 
value. 

18760 — 't regement der Gesontheyt. 
Bruesel, 17 Sept. 15 14. foL Gothic 
letter, with woodcuts. 

REGINO, see Rhegino. 

18761 REGIOMONT ANUS, J. Ca- 

lendarium latinum in annum 1475- 

15 13. Without place or date 

(Nrb,, ex offic. J, Regiomontani, 

about 1473)- 4"^. with woodcuts. 

This extremely scarce ist edition of this 
calendar consists of 32 leaves. Leaf i' is 
blank, leaf i^ is the first cyclical table for 
January, for the purpose of finding the 
new and full moon from 1475 to 15 13, and 
to each month there is such a table. The 
I a months follow in leaves 2-13, and ia 
leaf 13b is a tabuia reffionum. In leaves 
I4r-i8 are the solar and lunar eclipses from 
1475 ^ '530* Leaves 19-30 are of vari- 
ous contents, de aureo numero, de oyclo so- 
lari etc In leaf 3o>>, quite at the bottom 
in small capitals is, Duotu Joannu de 
Monteregio. Leaves 31 and 33 contain 
representation* of 4 astronomiral instru- 
ments engraved on wood. 

18762 — der deutsche Calender. — 
At the end. Also ist begriffen 
kurtzlich diss kalenders nutz vnd 
tuglichait nach meinem slechte 
tewtsche vnd chlainem vemiugen. 



REG 

]\Iagister Johann von kunsperck. 
{Nrb,, J, Regiomontaniut, about 

1473). 4°. 

The extremely scarce ist edition of this 
German calendar, which is entirely printed 
with tables engraved on wood, and indeed 
on both sides. 31 leaves with 35, 36, and 
37 lines. Each page is endosed with 4 
lines. The internal arrangement is the 
same as in the preceding article. Leaf i* 
is blank, in leaf 1^ is the first cyclical 
table, in leaves 2-13 the 12 months, in leaf 
1 3^ a table of the altitude oi the pole, in 
leaves 14-18 the solar and lunar eclipses 
from 1475 to '53<)> '^'^ leaves 19-28, von 
der ffuldin xal etc. (at the end of the 28th 
leaf is the above colophon.) After which 
follow the representations of 4 astronomical 
instruments, and the tableau de tatgnie. 

18763 — der deutsche Calender. — 
— At the end. Also ist begriffen 
kiirczlich diss kalenders nucz vnd 
tuglichait nach meine slechten 
tewtsche vnd chlainem vermiigen. 
M. Johan von kiingsperg. (Nrb., 
J, Regiomontanus, about 1473). 4°. 

The 2nd edition of the German calendar, 
printed with movable types, and likewise 
very scarce. 30 leaves, to which the col- 
lation of the preceding article applies. In 
leaf 28^ is the above colophon. Leaves 29 
and 30 contain the representations of the 
same 4 astronomical instruments, but the 
tableau de taignU is wanting. This edi- 
tion, accurately described by Panzer in the 
DetUsch, Ann, I. 77, and in the Numb. 
Buchdruckergesch., p. 165, is quite errone- 
ously stated in Dihdin*s Bibl, Spenc. IV. 
465, 88 still unknown. 

18764 — calendarium. Ven., Bn. 
Pictor, Pt. Loslein et Erh. Rat- 
dolt, 1476. fol. 32 leaves with 30 
lines. 

A reprint of No. 18761. A copy on 
vellum, according to Hirsching^s Beechr, 
deutscher Bibl, II. 70, is in the Town 
library at Augsburg. Also in Italian, t6., 
iid,, 1476. fol. 30 l^ves with 37 lines. 

18765 — ephemerides ab a. 1475 ad 

a. 1506. without date {Nrb,, J, Re- 

giomontanus), 1474. 4°. 

220 leaves. It begins without further 
title in leaf la with a preface, Vsum ephe^ 
meridit euiusRbet breuUer exponemus. The 
calendar of each year fills 13 leaves. On 
the reverse of the last leaf there is in small 
capitals in 5 lines, Explicitum hoc opus 
anno ChrisH domini MCCCCLXXIIII, 
duclu Joannu de Monteregio. Copies are 



REG 

somedmes found which do not contain all 
the years, and consequently not the oolo- 
phon. But they are of the same printing. 
These ephemendes were certainly sold in 
R€giomontanus*8 time for la Goidgtil' 
den; tee Strobel^s neue Beiirr.y I. 184. 
The later editions are of no value. 

18766 — dialogus inter Viennensem 
et Cracoviensem (adversus Gerar- 
dumCremonensem). Without place 
or date {Nrb., Regiomontanus, about 
1474). fol. with woodcuts. 

9 leaves. Leaf i* begins without further 
title with the preface, and the ist line is, 
VNIVERSIS BONARVM ARTIVM 
STVDI. Leaf a* begins the dialogue, 
which ends in leaf 9** without any buI»- 
scription. 

18767 — tabula directionum. — Ta- 
bula magna primi mobilis. With- 
out place or date (ib., id., about 

1474)- 4°- 

18768 — hsec opera fient in oppido 

Nuremberga Germaniae ductu Jo- 
annis de Monteregio. Without 
place or date (ib., id., 1473). 
I sheet in open folio. 

This extremely scarce list of the works, 
both by others and by himself, which Re- 
giomontanus intended to have prepared for 
printing at his press, occurs in SchwarzH 
Docum. III. 55. It is known that Regio- 
mootanus set up a printing establishment 
of his own in 1471 or 147a at Nuremberg 
(^Panjrer Nurt^. Buehdr, Geseh, p. 163 sq. 
his AnnoL /yp. II. 17a and a 3 a. Deutsche 
Ann. I. 76 sq.), the productions of which 
are of the greatest rarity even in Oer- 
mauy. Besides R^omontanus^s own writ- 
ings here mentioned, the following works 
also belong to his press : 3fani/tt», with- 
out place or date, 4**. (see above, No. 
12933.) G. PeurbadUi Theoriae nova 
planelarwHy without place or date (147a). 
fol. ao leaves. Maph, Vegii Fhilalethes, 
without place or date, 4°. la leaves with 
30 lines. BatUu M. Uber ad juvenet, 
without place or date, 4°. 10 leaves with 
30 lines. There is a list of Regiomonta- 
nu8*s writings in Murr's Journal, XVII. 

356 »q. 

18769 REGISTER, annual, or a 
view of the history, politics, and 
literature of Europe, 1758-1818. 
Lend. 1762-1819.8°. 64 voll. (451. 
10s.) 

In this number of volumes a vols, of in- 
dex firom 1758 to 1 79a are included. Each 
year forms a volume (yet the years 1 784 



REG 



1553 



and 85 only make i vol. together), at i6s. 
(formerly 15s.) The earlier vols, have been 
often publi^ed. It is also called Dodsley's 
Annual register, from its originator. Its 
present publisher is Baldwin. The New 
annual register, pnbb'shed by Rivington 
since 1780 (each year likewise forming 
I YfA. in 8**. at iL is.), must not be con- 
founded with it. Both works are still 
going on. 

18770 REGISTER. The Asiatic 
annual register, for the years 1 799- 
1811. Lond. 1800-15. 8^ 12 vols, 
(lol. 38.) 

Hie last annual sets were conducted by 
Laurence Dundas Campbell. The Journal 
and monthly register for British India and 
tiff dependencies. Lond, 1816. etc 8**. in 
monthly parts at as. 6d. (60 parts of which 
had appeared up to i8ao), is a continuation 
of it. 

18771 — the Edinburgh annual re- 
gister. Edinb. 1808-15. 8°. 13 
vols. (9I. 38.) It is going on. 

18772 — the historical. Lond. 1714 
-38. 8°. 25 vols. 

REGISTER, see Poktical. 

18773 R£^GLE^ la, des marchands 

nouvellement translat^e de latin 

(de la sumnia confessariorum Jo- 

annis Lectoris) en fran^ois. Pro- 

vins, Gu. Tavernier, i Oct. 1496. 

4°. Gothic letter. 

The first and probably the only typo- 
graphical production of this place in the 
15th century. 

18774 REGLEMENT g^n^ral de 
Msgr. le sereuissime prince de 
Conty. Par. 1646. 4°. 

There was a copy on vellum in Bibl. 
Harlej.lV, 5a i. 

18775 — de vie chretienne k I'usage 
des paroisses de la campagne. Par., 
(Didot), 1780. i8^ 

I title-leaf and 7 pages. There are 3 
copies on vellum, a of whidi are in the 
Royal library at Paris. 

REGNARD, see Rbinbke der 
Fuchs. 

18776 REGNARD, J. Fr. CEuvres. 

Par., Maradan, 1790. large 8°. 4 

vols, with plates by Monsiau. Also 

on vellum paper. 

This edition, inferior to the subsequent 
editions in print and plates, does not con- 
tain the Th^re ItaHen, There is a copy 



i 



1554 



REG 



on vellum with illuminated plates and the 
original designs. Par. 1758. 12**. 4 vols. 
ib, 1778. 16**. 4 vols, are d no value. The 
Thialre de foire is not in the stereotyped 
edition, Par., Herhan, 1805. la". 4 vols. 

18777 — oeuvres complettes, avec des 

avertissemens et des remarques sur 

chaque pi^e par M. (Cfarnier). 

Par., impr. de Monsieur, 1 790. 8®. 

6 vols, with plates by Moreau. 

Fewer numbers of the 5 th and 6th parts, 
or the pieces for the Italian theatre, were 
struck off, and consequently are often 
wanting. There are 2 copies on vellum 
paper, but one likewiaeonly contains the first 
4 vols. This earlier edition is preferred 
to the reprints, Par, 1810 or 20. 8**. 6 vols, 
with the same plates (36 fr., on vellimi 
paper 72 fr.). 

18778 — oeuvres, avec des avertisse- 
mens et des remarques par Garnier. 
Par., Lequien, 1820. 8°. 6 vols, 
with Regnard's portrait (24 fr.). 

This edition is collated with the original 
editions, and furnished with various read- 
ings. 

18779 — oeuvres. Par., Didot, 1820. 

8°. 4 voll. ( 1 8 fr., on fine paper 

30 fr., on vellum paper 60 fr.) 

A copy on vellum in the Royal Ubrary 
at Paris. 

.18780 — oeuvres completes. Nouv. 

edit, avec des variantes et des 

notes. T. I. II. Par., Renouard, 

1822. 8^ 

Only IOC copies, namely, 20 on grands 
raitin paper (15 fr.), and 80 on laiige vel- 
lum paper (26 fr.). The remaining parts 
have probably by this time appeared. 

REGNARDS, see Bouchet. 

18781 REGNAULT. La botanique 

mise k la portee de tout le monde, 

ou collection des plantes d 'usage 

dans la medecine, dans les alimens 

et dans les arts. Par. 1774. large 

fol. 3 vols, with illuminated plates. 

This work, which is becoming scarce, 
usually contains 467 plates, and sometimes 
475, with the same number of leaves of 
text. Incomplete copies are of no value, 
because they are very difficult to com- 
plete. 

18782 — les ecarts de la nature, ou 
recueil des principales monstruosi- 
t^s que la nature produit dans le 



REG 

genre animal. Par. 1775. fol. with 

42 illuminated plates. 

Unfinished. A new edition of the first 
40 plates with a text by Moreau de la 
Sarthe is, Description de* prinoipales mon- 
strtioaitis dans Phomme et daru les am- 
tnaux. Par, 1808. fol. 

18783 REGNAULT, Ant. Dis- 
cours du voyage d'outremer au 
saint sepulchre de Jerusalem et au- 
tres lieux de la terre saincte. Lyon, 
1573. 4°. with woodcuts. 

18784 REGNAULT de Montauban. 
Listoire du noble et vaillant che- 
uallier regnault de montauban (trad, 
de rime en prose). Without place 
or date. fol. Gothic letter. 

The types of this extremely scarce and 
old edition are the same as those in the 

undated ABUZE du cmtrt (with the sig- 
naturM o-A), and MIC HA ULT Doctrinal 
du ttmpt (No. 13988). 32 lines running 
all across the page, with signatures, but 
without catchwords and pagination. The 
initials are engraved on wood. The ist 
leaf contains a woodcut divided into 4 com- 
partments, and over it an explanation, 
printed in red. At the end of the book is 
this colophon, Cy finist listoire du noble et 
vaillant cheuallier regnault de montauban 
Deo gradas. 32I. lis. Roxbui^e. 33I. 
IS. 6d. duke of Marlborough. — Concerning 
the more ancient poetical romance, attri. 
buted to Huon de Villeneuve in the 1 3th 
century, and which was transferred intii 
prose in the 15th, see Valliere^s Catal, II. 
an; and concerning the unprinted Italian 
translation, see Farsetti Bibliot. manoscritta 
I. 299. The groundwork of the romance 
is one and the same with les quatre Jils 
Ayroon (see Atmok). Fragments of an 
old Flemish poetical translation in H, Hoffi 
mann Bonner Bruchstiicke vom Otfried. 
Bonn, iS'ii. 4^ p. 31-23. 

18785 — censuyt la conqueste du 
tres puissant empire de Trebisonde. 
Par., Alain Lotrian, without date. 
4°. Gothic letter. 

With the signatures o-y iiij. I mention 
this romance here because it belongs to the 
same fable. 

18786 — la conqueste de I'empire de 
Trebisonde faite par Regnault de 
Montauban, fils du due de Dar- 
dayne. Par., veuve de J. Trep- 
perel, without date. 4^. Gothic 
letter, with woodcuts. 

18787 — historia del noble y effor. 



REG REG 1555 

^ado y invencible cavellero Renal. 18794 — trabisonda historiada con le 

do6 de MoDtalvan (tradasido de la figure a li suoi canti, nella quale se 

lengua toscana en castellana por contiene nobilissime battaglie^ con 

L. Domingus). Salamanca, 1 5 26. la vita et morte di Rinaldo, di Fr. 

foL Gothic letter . Tromba. Ven., Vitali, 1 5 1 8. 8^ 

18788 — la trapesonda que es tercero Abo, Fm., TorHj 1535. 4'. Ven, Gua- 
libro de d5 Renaldos : j trato como dagmno^ 1554. 8**. f%n., Vituiy 1568. 8"* 
per sua cauallerias alcan9o a ser See alto Rikaldo. 

emperador de trapesonda : 7 de la 18795 REGNIER, seigneur de 

penitecia \ fin de su vida. Sevilla, Guerchy^ J. Ses fortunes et ad- 

Dra. de Robertis, 25 Junio 1543. versit^. Par., J. de la Garde, 15 26. 

Gothic letter, with woodcute. 8°. Gothic letter with woodcuts. 

/«"^i. ""™**f!p* *«*^« >'» * aJumns. This poem, compoaed in the yew- 1431, 

(WolfenbOttel.) appeani to have been printed only this 

18789 — aqui comie^a el quarto li- o"ce» *»<* » ^«fy scww? S^- i9»- d"lt« ^ 
bro del e8for9ado cauall'o reynaldos Marfborough. 

de motaluan q trata de los grandes 18796 REGNIER, Mathurin. Les 

hechos del inuecible cauall'o Baldo. premieres oeuvres ou satyres. Par., 

y las graciosas burlas de Cingar. ^^ Bray. 1608. 4**. 

Sacado delas obras d'l Mago Pala. ^^^^^ — satyres et autres oeuvres. 

grio en nro comu Castellano. Se- ^^on la copie impr. a Paris (Leyde, 

villa. Dm. de Robertis, 18 Nobi- Elsevier), 1642. 12^ 

embre, 1 542. fol. Gothic letter. ^,^«r? «^ prdiminary matter, 166 pages^ 

/r 1,^ *^T ,. . ^ J and 3 leaves table. Less complete, but 

o leaves of preuminarv matter, and 102 _,^„ «w»«w» *u-„ *i,^ #v*ii««,4«» 

nimibered leavM in a columns. This vol. ""'^ ~*"* *^*'' ^ foUowmg. 

has no woodcuts. At first comes, Prologo 18798 — satyres et autres ceuvres. 

9obre la poetia de Merlino cocapo poeta, Augmentes de diverses pi^es cy- 

ThenyProhemio del maestro Juan Aqtia. devant non imprimees. Leyden, 

no tobre la poena de Merhno cocayo, ▼ *.t^ -ci • ./:-*. «o 

LasUy, Genealo^del rey Ludauico Fio. ^' f* Dn. Elsevier, 165 2. 12°. 

( WolfenbQtteL) 4 leaves of prelimmaiy matter, aoa pages, 

; and 2 leaves table. Greatly sought after 

18790 — espejo de cavallerias. en el in France (36-48 fr., and at d*Ourches*s 
qual se tratta de los fechos del ude it even sold for isofr.), and fine 00- 
conde don Roldan y de don Rey- P*®" *" waroe. 

naldos. Sevilla, Jac. Cromberger, 18799 — satyres. avec des remarques 

1550. fol. par Brossette. Lond., Lyon et 

18791 — Orlando enamorado, 1 a, 2a, Woodeman, 1729. 4^ Also on 
3a parte : espejo de cavallerias, en large paper. 

el qual se trattan los hechos del 18800 — satyres et autres CBUvres, 

oonde don Roldan y de muy esfor- avec des remarques (par Brossette). 

9ado cavallero don Reynaldos de Amst., Humbert, 1730. 4^. 

Montalvan, por Pedro de Reynosa. 18801 — satyres et autres oeuvres, 

Medina del Campo, 1586. fol. accompagn^es des remarques histo- 

18792 — la Trapesonda, que es ter- riques (par Lenglet du Fresnoy). 
cero libro de don Renaldos, y trata London, Tonson, 1733. large 4°. 
como per sus cavallerias alcanpo a The pages are surrounded with red bor- 
ser emperador de Trapesonda, y de denu Also on large paper in small fol. 
la penitencia y fin de su vida. To- Complete, finely printed, and with useful 

ledo, J. Ferrer. 1558. fol. ^ ^"^ "^^ "°^' '"^ ^'^ ~"«*^' 

18793 - Trabisonda poema in otta. 18802- satyres. Lond. (Par.). 1 746 
va rima. Bol.,Ugo di Rugen, 1483. ^^ title ,750). 12^ 2 voll. 

^o^- Neat. 

Fr. Tromba da Oualdo di Nooera was the , . . . 

author. 18803 — CBUvres completes. -Nouv. 

5I4 



1566 



REG 



^dit. avec le comxnentaire de Bros- 
sette. Par., Lequien, 1822. 8°. 
(5 fr. 50 c, on large vellum paper 

IS fr.) 

18804 — oBuvres avec les commen- 
taires (de Brossette) revus, cor- 
riges et augment^, prec^d^es de 
Thistoire de la satyre en France, 
par VioDet le Due. Par., Desoer, 
1822. 18°. (5 fr., on vellum paper 
10 fr.) 

18805 REGO, Fr. Xav. de. Tra- 
tado complete de navega9ao. Lisb. 
1787. 4°. with plates and maps 
(1440 rees.). 

18806 REGRETZ (les) de Picardie 
et de Tournay, a 29 couplets. 
Without place or date (about 1530). 
small 8°. Gothic letter, with wood- 
cuts. 

In Terse. 

18807 REGUART, Ant. Safiez. 
Diccionario historico de los artes 
de la pesca nacional. Madr., Ibar- 
ra, 1791-95. large 4°. 5 vols, with 
plates (450 rs.). 

18808 REGULA b. Augustini et 
constitutiones canonicor. regulari- 
um congregationis S. Salvatoris. 

Bon., Bd. Hectoreus, 28 Jul. 1497. 

40 

no leaves with 27 lines. On vellum in 
the Royal library at Paris. 

18809 — b. Augustini una cum ex- 
positione Hugonis de S. Victore. 
Ven., Gr. de Gregoriis, 1508. fol. 
89 leaves. 

On vellum in the Royal library at Paris, 
(previously 80 fr. MK!)arthy). 

18810 — b. Augustini cum constitu. 
tionibus de modo vivendi servorum 
b. Mariae virg. de observantia. Ven., 
Jac. Pentius de Leucho, without 
date (about 1516). 4"". 

37 leaves with 30 lines. On vellum in 
the Royal library at Paris. 

18811 — Augustini de communi vita 

clericor. cum expositione Ugonis de 

S. Victore. Ven., Bernardin. Fa- 

sianus, 1561. 4^ 80 leaves. 

On vellum in the Royal library at Paris 
(previously 3I. 3s. Pinelli> 50 fr. M'Car- 
thy). 



REG 

18812 — S. patris Augustini, con- 
stitutiones et statu ta ejusd. ordinis. 
{Ferrar. 1570). 4°. 

On vellum (tmt without a title) in the 
Royal library at Paris. 

18813 — patris Augustini et consti- 
tutiones fratrum servorum (ed. Jac. 
Thavanthus). Ven., Dm. Guer- 
rseus, 1580. 4°. 

On vellum in the Royal library at Paris, 
(previously 100 fr. Valli^re, 50 fr. McCar- 
thy.) — The above article. No. 1 395, may be 
erased. 

18814 — b. Benedict! in gallicum ser- 
monem per Guidonem Juvenalem 
traducta. Par., Marnef, 7 Sept. 
1500. 4°. 65 leaves. 

On vellum in the Royal library at Paris. 
There was another copy in the Harleian 
library. 

18815 — et testamentum S. Fran- 
cisci. Lugd., Denoually, 1659. 8°. 

I leaf and 31 pages. On vellum in the 
Royal library at Paris. 

18816 REGULiE ordinis S. Bene- 

dicti, S. Basilii, S. Augustini, S. 

Francisci coUectae et ordinatae per 

J. Fr. Brixianum. Ven., impensis 

Luc. Ant. de Giunta, arte J. de 

Spira, id. April. 1500. 4°. with 

woodcuts. 

178 numbered, and 36, 6, 8, 7 and 4 un- 
numbered leaves, in a columns with 51 
lines. On vellum in the Royal library at 
Paris. 

18817 REGVLE: ordinationes : et 
costitutioes Cancellarie Sanctissimi 
domini Nostri : domini Sixti diuina 
prouidentia Pape Quarti: scripte 
et correcte T cacellaria apl'ica. 
Without place, (Romse), 147 1. 4®. 

9 leaves with 35 lines. The extremely 
scarce first edition of the Taxa caneeUarut, 
see Dibdin Bibi. Spencer. III. 488. Con- 
cerning other editions, see Metuels lAU. 
bUfiioffr. Mofftuf. I. 68 sq. III. 152. 313. 
Concerning the Taxa canceU, see Mar^ 
chand Dkiionn. MsL, Areiin's Beitrage 
Th. I. St. I. p. 95 not. Caial. Bunav. T. 
III. Vol. I. p. 488. 

18818 REGULiE societatis Jesu. 
Romse, in coUegio societatis, 1580. 
8°. 

a leaves, 234 pages, and i leaf errata. 
The first edition, very scarce, but now 
greatly fallen in price, (130 fr. Gaignat; 
49 fr. Vallifere; 35 fr. McCarthy.) 



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REGUL^ grammatices, see Gram- 
MATiCJE, No. 8769 and 70. 

18819 REHBERG, F. Drawings 
fiithfolly copied from nature at 
Naples. Roma, 1794. large 4°. 

Known under the name of Let attUudet de 
Mfflady HamUion. A copy on vellum 50 
fr. M<Garthy. 

REI agraris auctores^ see Adctorbs. 

— Rei accipitrariiB scriptores, see 

*I£PAK020«I0N. 
REI rust, scriptores, see Scrip. 

TORES. 

18820 REICHARD, El. Csp. Ver- 
snch einer Historie der deutschen 
Sprachkunst. Hmb.^ Martini, 1 747. 
8^ 

This book, not frequently met with, con- 
tains good separate notices, without being a 
regulaur history. 

REICHENTHAL, see Concilia, 
No. 5083. 

18821 REID, J. A history of Han- 
over. Lond., 1816. large 4^ (3I. 
138. 6d.) 

18822 REID, Th. Inquiiy into the 
human mind on the principles of 
common sense. Edinb. 1764. 8^ 

Also, Land, 1769. 8^ In German, Xrpus. 
1781. 8*. (i d.) 

18823 — essays on the inteUectual 
powers of man. Edinb. 1785. 4^ 

Also, Dubkn, 1 786. 8^ a voU. In French, 
Anut. 1768. I3^ 1 voll. 

18824 — inquiry into the human 
mind. — Essays on the powers of 
the mind. — Account of the life 
and writings of Th. Reid, by 
Dugald Stewart. Lond. 1803, or 
Edinb. 18 10 and 12. 8°. 4 voll. 
(il. 9s. 6d.) 

18825 — essays on the active powers 
of man. Edinb. 1 788. 4°. 

18826 REIMERS, H. von. (anon,) 
Reise der russisch kaiserl. ausser- 
ordentlichen Gesandschaft an die 
Othomann. Pforte im J. 1793. 
Petersb., Schnorr. 1803. 4°. 3 vols, 
with plates, and i map, (17 d.) 

In English, lAmd. 1804. 4**. 3 vols, with 
plates. 

18827 REIMMANN, Jac. F. Ver- 



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1567 



such einer Einleitung in die histo* 

riam literariam insgemein. Halle, 

Renger, 1 708 or 2 1 . Versuch einer 

Einleit. in die hist. lit. der Teut. 

schen. Th. i and 2. ib., 1709. 

Th. 3. Hauptst. 1-4. ib., 1709-13. 

Anhang, oder: Die ersten Linien 

von der hist. lit. der Teutschen. 

ib., 1713. Versuch einer Einleit. 

in die hist. lit. antediluvianam. ib., 

1709. Versuch einer Critique iiber 

Bayle's dictionnaire. ib., 1 7 11 . 8°. 

7 vols, altogether. 

What is here stated belongs to a com- 
plete copy of this work, which is becoming 
scarce. The Anhang is generallv wanting. 
At the lieginning of the 1 st vol. tnere ought 
to be a general title, Versuch einer Einleu 
tung in die hut, lit, insgemein u. derer 
Teuischen insonderiteit. Hallef iji^. The 
new impression of 1731 of the ist voL is 
an entirely unaltered repetition, but the 
print is closer, and the pagination deviates 
from that of the ist edition, to which alone 
the general index is suited. This general 
index, according to the signatures, ought to 
be found in the 4th section of the 3rd part, 
or in the 6th vol. With all the faults 
of that period, the work is interesting 
as being the first attempt of a detailed 
literary history of G^ermany, and on ac- 
count of its numerous separate notices, 
which the author derived from books now 
no longer read. Lessing somewhere or 
other c^ls it a worii; whi(£ at least consists 
of very learned questions, even if the an- 
swers are not always very learned. 

18828 — catalogus bibliotheces theo- 
logicse. Hildesiie, 1731. 8^. Acces- 
siones uberiores ad catalogum bibl. 
theol., edid. J. Gu. Reimmannus. 
Bninsv., 1747- 8^ Catalogus bibl. 
historico-literariee. Hildes. 1 739. 
(A new title, 1743) 8°. 3 vols, al- 
gether. 

This catalogue, without having any pecu- 
liar bibliographical or critical worth, has ne- 
vertheless a certain historical value, at least 
the literary catalogue. ( The MSS. specified 
at the end of the last mentioned catalogue 
were bought for the WolfenbQttel library^. 
His theological collection was but of little 
value. His judgments are seldom extended 
beyond the views of his time, and are fre- 
quently injured by sportiveness and an af- 
fectation of wit, and his style is bad. — See 
also Lambecius, No. 11059. His Eigns 
Lebensbeschreibung. Brschw., 1745. 8**. is 
interesting. 



1568 



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18829 REIN, Jonas. Samlede Digte. 
Kbhn., 1802. 8^ 2 vols. 

18830 REINA, Placido. Notizie 
historiche della citta di Messina. 

Messina, Brea, 1658-68. fol. 3 vols. 
The 3rd vol. interrupted by the author*s 
death ends in p. 160. In Latin, by J. Lr. 
M'^isheim in Gravii Thes, AtUiq. et Hi$t. 
ItaL T. IX. 

18831 REINAGLE, P. . Sports- 
man's cabinet, or correct delinea- 
tions of the various dogs used in 
the sports of the field, consisting in 
a series of engravings from original 
paintings, taken from life by P. . 
Reinagle, engraved by Scott. Lond. 
1803. large 4°. 2 vols, with plates. 
(7I. 7s.) 

18832 REINECCIUS, Reinerus. 
Syntagma de familiis, quae in mo- 
narchiis tribus prioribus rerum po- 
titee sunt. Bas., ex off. Henric- 
petrina, 1574-80. fol. 4 voll. 

18833 — historia Julia seu syntagma 
heroicum. Helmst., Lucius, 1594- 

97. fol. 3 voll. 

A lai^ library ought to have both works. 
Both relate to the same object, it is true, 
but the second work ought not so much to 
be considered a second edition of the first 
work as a new performance by itself. It 
contains much that is not in the first, 
and much differently arranged. Both 
are scarce, but owing to the progress that 
has since been made in historical inves- 
tigation, they have lost the greatest part of 
their value, which however they still seem 
to maintain in France, as Brunet values 
the 2nd work at from 60 to 80 fr. 

Care must be taken in the and work 
that the genealogical tables be found at 
the end of each vol. At the end of the ist 
vol. there ought to be 97 pages, genea. 
logical tables, 10 leaves, index, and 2 leaves 
errata. At the end of the 2nd 59 pages, 
genealogical tables, and 10 leaves, index 
and errata. And at the end of the 3rd 70 
pAges, genealogical tables, and 10 leaves, 
index. 

18834 REINEKE der Fuchs. i. 

Low Saxon. Reynke de vos. — At 

the end: Anno diii Mccccxcviii. 

liibeck. In 4°. Gothic letter with 

woodcuts. 

The extremely scarce first edition of the 
low Saxon production, of which only the 
WolfenbUttel copy is known. 242 (not 



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241) numbered leaves with the signatiiRt 
a-» and A-B, and with 22 lines in a full 
page. The initials are engraved in wood. 
Leaf I a is the above title, and over it a 
crown. Leaf i^ is a large woodcut repre- 
senting the author writing, and under- 
neath are the two following lines : 
O milpis (tdtUacio. nu in tier werlde blpcket 
Sic hoim e racio. ghelik de voise gheschicket. 
H. von Alkmar*s preface follows iu leaf 2a, 
and line 1 is, Eyne vorrede ouer dpi boek. 
In leaf 2**, lines 12-18, the well known re- 
markable pa:tsage is found, Ick Hinrek 
van alckmer. scholemester vn iuchtlerer des 
eddelen dogentliken vorste vh heren. Her- 
togen van lotryngen. vmme beds wyllen 
mynes gnedyghen heren. hebbe dyt yeghen- 
tterdyge boek vth UHihcher vn franm^ 
tescher sprake gkewcht vn vmme ghesath m 
dudesche sprake. In leaf 3* line 3 follows : 
Wo dyt boek xoert ghedelel in ttat part. De 
ander vorrede. In leaf 6a foUows : Hyr 
beghynt dot ersie boek van reynken deme 
vosse vn van alien deren. Underneath a 
representation of the lion with an explana- 
tion in 4 lines. In leaf 6^ is the super, 
scription of the ist chapter in 4 lines, and 
underneath a woodcut. The poem itself 
begins in leafy*, and the ist line is, Id 
gheschah vp eynen. The 2nd book b^ns 
in leaf 129**, the 3rd in leaf 162'*, and the 
4th in leaf 206**. The poem ends in the 
10th line of leaf 241b, underneath is an ad- 
monition in prose in 7 lines, that the ad- 
joined glosses need not be read, since 
they are usually passed over (so wise 
an admonition can scarcely be attributed to 
any one else but the printer.) There is 
then also in tlie same page a notice in 
what page each book b^ns, the first 4 
lines of which only are in this page, and 
the remaining 7 in leaf 242*. The 8th 
line of leaf 242a is the abovementioned 
colophon under which are 4 coats of arms 
engraved on wood and a death*s head. 
The 3rd and 4th coats of arms appear to 
be the insignia of the unknown printer. 
WasitSt-Arnd? 

. My only reason for introducing here the 
low Saxon Reineke^ was with the object of 
inserting what came next to hand, not be- 
cause I participated in the opinion of those 
who would maintain that Uiis work is an ori- 
ginal in any sense of the word. That the 
low Saxon poem is a modification of a 
French poem, that it is more recent than 
the Latin, French, Dutch, high German 
Reineke (of Heinrich der Olichsere) and 
probably than the English Reineke also, and 
that its greater notoriety in some degree 
perhaps arose from the poverty of the old 
low Saxon literature, can hardly be denied 
without prejudice. The great confusion 
which still prevails in the statements of the . 
different high and low German editions, 



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detennined me to lepante the different 
languages without n^gard to the connection 
of the various works, and only to cite that 
which is completely established, or at least 
less uncertain. I am here more concerned 
with certainty than completeness. 

18835 — Uan Reyneken dem vosse 
Tnde dessulften mennichuoldygher 
lyst myt anghehengedein sedelikem 
synne ynde veler guden lere Eyn 
houesch kortwylich lesent. — At the 
end: Impressuxn Rostochij. Anno 
M. ccccc. xvij. In 4^. with wood- 
cuts. 

1 70 leaves (the last blank) with 28 lines, 
and the intermixed signatures A-T, some- 
times small and sometimes large. The 
signature z-D is wanting. The woodcuts 
are different from those of the edition of 
1549. The printer has not mentioned 
himself. 

18836 — Reyneke de Voss. Rost., 
L. Dietz, 1522. 4^. 

This edition, of which however I know 
of no copy, is said to have been superin- 
tended by N. Baiimann ; consult Pansfer 
Deuitehe Ann. II. 12a. 

18837 — Reyneke de Voss. Rost., 

L. Dietz, 1539. 4^. with woodcuts. 
This edition is described in the Brem. 
uad Verd. Bibl. II. 381. Eschenburg and 
Adelung possessed it. The edition, Rott.y 
L. DietM, 1543. 4**. in the Catai. ThoU, IV. 
179. 

18838 — Reynke Voss de olde, 
nyge gedrucket, mit sidlickem vor- 
stande vnd schonen figuren, erluch- 
tet vnde vorbetert. (Rost.), L. 
Dietz, 1549. 4^ with woodcuts. 

273 nuinbered leaves, and 8 unnumbered 
leaves of index. It is also quoted with the 
date of 1548, but the Dresden copy has ac- 
tually the year 1549. 

18839 — van Reyneken Vosse dem 
Olden, syner mennichuoldig lyst 
vnd behendicheyt etc. Ff. a. M., 
bey Cyriaco Jacobo, 20 Marz, 1550. 

4^. with woodcuts. 

In this edition the text l)ears scarcely any 
resemblance to that of the edition of 1498 
(WolfenbUttel.) 

18840 — Reineke de Voss. Rost., 

Oottsched possessed it, but it was never 
in the Dresden library as Hagen Grundr.^ 
p. 423, states. 

18841 — Reynike de Voss nyge ge- 



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driickt, mit sydlikem verstande vnd 
schonen dguren erluchtet vnd ver- 
betert. Ff. a M., Zephelius, 1562. 

4 • 
This edition is said to be mutilated. 

18842 — Reyneke Voss de olde, nye 
gedrucket, mit sidlykem vorstande 
vnde schonen Figuren, erluchtet 
vnde vorbetert. Rost., St. MoUe- 

man, 1592. 4°. with woodcuts. 

373 numbered leaves. Far less fine than 
the Rostock edition of 1 549, and both the 
language and the orthography are here 
greatly corrupted. (Also at WolfenbQttel.) 

18843 — Reynicke de Vosz dat isz 
ain schon und niitte gedichte, voU 
wyszheit, guter lehren, und liisti- 
ger exempelen, mit schonen figuren 
upt nye wedder an dach gegeven. 
Hmb., Lange, 1604. 8°. 

18844 — Reineke der Voss. Dat 

ys: £in schon vnde nutte Gedichte, 

vull Wyssheit, guder Leren vnde 

lustiger Exempele. Hmb., Fro- 

benius, 1606 (at the end 1604). 8^ 

with woodcuts. 

8 leaves of preliminary matter, 261 niun- 
bered leaves, and i unnumbered leaf. Is 
this edition only a new title to the pre- 
ceding ? (Also at WolfenbQttel). 

18845 — de olde Reynike Voss, Feyn 
zyrliken vp nyge gedriicket, mit 
sydlykem vorstande, vnd schonen 
Figuren, erluchtet vnd vorbetert. 
Hmb., Dosen, 1660. 8. with wood- 
cuts. 

8 leaves of preliminary matter, a6i num- 
bered leaves and i unnumbered leaf. 

18846 — Reineke Vos mit dem 
Koker. Wolfenb., Frey tag, 1711. 

4 • 

I title plate, 10 leaves of preliminary 

matter, and 380 pages. There is a copy at 
WolfenbQttel on lai^ writing paper in 
small folio. F. A. Hackmann was the 
editor, and the edition is a tolerably accu- 
rate impression of the text of 1 498, which 
had been quite forgotten since Baumann^s 
edition. The annexed Koker (ITocher) a 
collection of proverbs and morals in verse 
in alphabetioJ order, was indeed given by 
Hackmann as an ancient production, it is 
however probably a new work and perhaps 
his own, as the evidently modem, and 
sometimes incorrect language shews. An 
older original moreover is not to be found. 



1560 



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neither at WolfenbQttel nor at Hehnstadt 
nor elsewhere. 

18847 — Reineke de Voss mit eener 
VerklariDg der olden Sassischen 
Worde. Eutin, Struve, 1798. 8°. 
(18 gr.) 

Gbr. Gf. Bredow was the editor. 

18848 REINEKE der Fuchs. 2) 
High German. Reinicken Fuchs. 
Das ander teyl des buchs Schimpff 
vnd Ernst. Ff. a. M., Cyr. Jacobus, 
1544. (other copies 1545). fol. 
Also, ib., Zephelius, 1556 or 62. 
fol. 

The author of this insipid transktion is 
said to have been Mch. Beuther. The edi- 
tions of 1545 and 63 are at WolfenbQtteL 
Ff. a. Af. 1574 and 1587. 8°. (both in the 
possession of counsellor Meusebach of Ber- 
lin), ib. 1590, 1608 or 1617. 8^ are re- 
prints of it. There is properly an earlier 
edition of the fable of the Reineke by 
Heinrich der Olichsere, and sdil unprinted ; 
see Hagen^s Grundrist, p. 422. 

18849 — Reineke Fuchs . . . Auff das 

Neue mit allerhand jetziger Zeit 

iiblichen Reim-Arten . . . ausgezie- 

ret : Mit etzlichen hundert Vers- 

sen bereichet (sic), mit unterschied^ 

lichen Sitten u. Lehr.Satzen ver- 

bessert. Rost.^ Wilde, 1650. 8°. 

with bad woodcuts. 

42 1 pages and 9 leaves. This new modifi- 
cation in rhyme appears to have been the 
work of some Zesianer. (Also at Wolfen- 
battel.) Repeated, ib. 1662. 8^ (at Wol- 
fenbQttel.) The editions, ib. 1672 and 80. 
8**. appear to have originated only from 
misprints. 

18850 — der listige Reineke Fuchs. 
Zuvor niemals also gedruckt. With- 
out place or date, 8°. with wood- 
cuts^ 318 pages. 

Another edition with the same title, 
without place or date, 8**. with woodcuts, 
35 1 pages. A book for the people, and in 
prose, written about the beginning of the 
1 8th century. 

18851 — Reinicke der Fuchs, nach 
der Ausg. von 1498 ins Hoch- 
deutsche ubs. und mit einer Ab- 
handl. von dem Urheber, wahrem 
Alter u. grossem Werthe dieses 
Gedichts versehen von J. Cp. Gott- 
sched. Lpz. u. Amst.^ Breitkopf, 



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1752. large 4°. with plates, (3 d. 
12 gr.) 

Prized on account of the plates, although 
these are more true as to natural history 
than as to the nature of animals in fable. 
The original designs for these plates were 
produced in Ijondon in 1819, at the duke 
of Marlborough^s sale under the title. Ever- 
dingerCe ofigintU spirited drawings for the 
history qf Reynard the Fox, and were 
bought by Mr. Hibbert of Clapham for 

85I. IS. 

18852 — Ritter Reinike von Wald- 

burg. Dresden, 1 79 1 . 8®. 
A free modification. 

18853 — Reinicke Fuchs in 1 2 Oe- 
sangen, von J. Wfg. v. Gothe. 
Ben., Unger, 1794. 8®. (16 gr.) 

Also in his works. 

18854 — Reineke Fuchs. Ein Volks- 
buch. Aus den plattdeutsch. Rei- 
men in hochdeutsche Prosa aufs 
neue getreu iibergetragen. Tiib., 
Osiander, 18 17. oblong 8°. with 
plates. 

18855 — Reineke der Fuchs von Dt. 
W. Soltau, in 4 BQchem u. 12 
Gesangen. Brschw., Vie weg, 1823. 
large 8°. (i d. 12 gr.) 

A real pattern. Previously, BerLy 1803. 
8°. — Reineke Fuchs am Ende des phi- 
losophy Jahrhunderts. Itzehoe^ i797- 8**., 
only relates to the history of modem 
times. 

18856 REINEKE der Fuchs. 3) 
Latin. Opus poeticum de admira- 
bili fallacia Pt astutia vulpeculae 
Reinikes, libros IV. nunc prim, ex 
idiomate germ, latinitate donatos 
complectens. Auctore Hartmanno 
Schoppero. Ff. a. M., Pt. Fabri- 
tius, 1567. small S°. with wood- 
cuts. 

1 2 leaves of preliminary matter, (the 1 ath 
blank) 284 leaves and i leaf. The wood- 
cuts are by Jost. Ammon and Viiig. Solis. 

18857 (the same title) Ff. a. 

M., Bassaeus, 1574 (at the end 
1575), 12°. with woodcuts. 

10 leaves of preliminary matter, 506 
pages and 10 leaves. Neater than the pre- 
ceding edition. 

18858 Ff. a. M.,Ba8S«us, 1579. 

12^. with woodcuts. 

10 leaves of preliminary matter, 496 
pages and 10 leaves. 



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18859 — Opus poeticum de admira- 

bili fallacia et astutia vulpeculse 

Reinikes, libros IV. nunc pnm. ex 

idiomate germ, latinitate donates 

complectens. Auctore Hartmanno 

Schoppero. Ff. a. M.^ Bassseus, 

1584. 13°. with woodcuts. 

10 leaves of preliminary matter, 465 
pages and 9 leaves (the last blank.) 

18860 Ff. a. M., Bassaeus, 1 595. 

12°. with woodcuts. 

10 leaves of preliminary matter, 465 
payees and 8 leaves. The worst and least 
neat edition. TeektuB aviica. Ex apologo 
astutiistimtB mUpecuim etc. Weltlauff vnnd 
Hq/leben. Ff.y Bautnu, 1588. 8^ with 
woodaits, (at Wolfenbiittel) only contains 
the woodcuts of this translation with short 
Latin and German verses. That the Latin 
poets of the middle ages had taken notice of 
the Reineke fable before this, is proved 
by the PomUenHaritu lupi, vulpu et aaini 
in Flacii varia doctor, et pior. tfiror. poe- 
mata {Bas.y 1557. 8**.) p. 199 sq., dated 

1343- 

18861 REINEKE der Fuchs. 4) 
Danish. En Raeffiie Bog som kaldes 
paa Tyske Reinicke Foss . . . nu 
njlige fordanskit aff Hermen Wei- 
gere. Lybeck, Richolff, 1555. 4°. 
with woodcuts. 

I leaf title, 291 numbered leaves, and i 
leaf colophon. It is in verse, and of the 
greatest raiity in Germany at least. 

18862 Kbhvn., Pt. Hake, 1656. 

4°. with woodcuts. 

18863 REINEKE der Fuchs. 5) 
Swedish, Stockh. 1621. 8^ 

A translation of Schopper*s Latin elabo- 
ration. 

18864 REINEKE der Fuchs. 6) 

Dutch, Die Hystorie van Reynaert 

die V08. Goude, Gheraert Leeu, 

17 Aug. 1479. 4°- Gothic letter. 

In prose with verse intermixed, and con- 
taining 43 chapters. Described in Meer^ 
matmi Origg. iypogr, II. 291 sq. 

18865 — die Historic van Reynaert 
de Vos. Delf in Hollant^ without 
the printer's name> 4 Juni 1485. 
4^. Gothic letter, 1 14 leaves. 

A reprint of the preceding edition, 
L. Suhl superintended a new impression, 
Lub. u, Lpz, 1783. 8^ 

18866 — Reinart de Voss veroia- 
kelyke Historien. Delft, 1603. S''. 



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1661 



18867 — Reynaert de vos, of het Die- 
ren Ordeel. Antw. 16 14. 4-. 
In prose. 

18868^ — een seer genoeglyke en 
vermakelyke Historie van Reynaert 
de Vos. Amst., Lootsman, 1710. 
8°. with bad woodcuts. 
48 leaves. In prose. 

18868^ — een seer genoeglyke en 

vermakelyke Historie van Reynaert 

de Vos. Amst.^ Piitte, 1 736. 1 2°. 

with woodcuts. 

There is an older Flemish poem of the 
Reineke, from whence the prose work 
was maide, as the many rhymes which 
stiU remain (in the older impressions at 
least) clearly prove: consult Van fVyn 
htstoritche en letterkundiffe j4vondtonden 
(Amst, 1800. S"*.) B. I. p. 375, and Gra- 
ters Odina wid Tetttona {Bre»L 181 a. 8^) 
B. I. p. 265 sq., where it is printed en- 
tire. 

18869 REINEKE der Fuchs. 7) 

French, Le livre de maistre Reg- 

nard et de dame Hersant sa femme 

(trad, des rimes de Jacquemard 

Oielee en prose par J. Tenessax.) 

Par., Ph. le Noir, without date, 4°. 

Gothic letter. 

Also Par,y Mch, Is Noir, 15 16. 4°. 
Par., en ta grande rue S. Jaapisi d Ven- 
eeigne de la rote blanche couronnie, with- 
out date, 4**. Gothic letter, 58 leaves. Lyon, 
Oliv, AmouUety 1538. 4**. Concerning the 
poon itself, prepared in 1290, which bears 
the title, Le roman du nouveau regnard, 
see Verdier Bibl, Fran^, (Ed. in 4°.) I. 257. 
Marchand Dictionn, under Oidee. No- 
tices et extraUs V. 32 1. VaUiire Catal, II. 

23^- 

18870 — le docteur en malice, maistre 
Regnard, demonstrant les ruses et 
cautelles qu'il use en vers les per- 
sonnes (trad, des rimes de Jacque- 
mard OieMe en pi'ose par J. Te- 
nessax.) Rouen, Dugort, 1550. 18°. 

with woodcuts. 
Also Par.y Buffet, 155 1. l8^ 

18871 — Reynier le renard, histoire 
tr^joyeuse et recreative, conte- 
nant 70 chapitres^ en fran9ois et 
has allemand. Anvers^ Plantin, 
1566. 8°. with woodcuts. 

In prose, and divided into 2 books. 

18872 — histoire plaisante de Reinier. 
Lyon, Rigaud, 1625. I6^ 



1562 



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18873 — le renard ou le procez des 
bestes. Brux., Paneels* 1739. 8°. 
with plates. 

4 leaves, 132 pageH and 2 leaves. In 
prose. Also Brux. et Par., Desainty 1 739. 
8**. Consult Barlner Diet, des anon. (ed. 
an9.) III. 351. 

18874 — les intrigues du cabinet des 
ratSj apologue national, destine ^ 
Tinstruction de la jeunesse et k 
Tamusement des vieillards. Ouvrage 
trad, de Tallemand en fran9. Par., 
le Roi et Marchand, 1788. 8°. vntYi 
plates. 

A repetition of the preceding work. 

18875 — le renard, ou le proces des 
animaux. Par., 1810. 8°. with 
plates. 

18876 — roman de Renard, produc- 
tion en vers du I3me si^cle, publid 
par Meon. Par., 1823, 8°. 4 voll. 
(7 2 fr., on large vellum paper 1 5 o fr.) 

Of this edition, which is here merely 
quoted from the advertisement, only 400 
copies were to be printed. It would 
put an end to all tlie controversies that 
have hitherto existed concerning the origin 
of this romance, if it were to contain the 
oldest documentary pieces. Le Grand 
d*Aus6y had already in the Notices et ex- 
traitt, V. 294. sq. instituted excellent in- 
quiries concerning the old French romance 
o{ Renard ; and has expressly treated, not 
only concerning that of Oiel^, (see above 
No. 18869) hut also concerning Renard le 
bettoume (p. 328) and Renard contrefait, 
(p. 3.^0.) 

18877 REINEKE der Fuchs. 8) 

English. Hyer begynneth thystorye 

of reynard the foxe (transL from 

the Dutch by W. Caxton). West- 

mestre, Caxton, 6 Juyn^ 1481. fol. 

Gothic letter. 

83 leaves with the signatures a-/. The 
I St leaf is blank. I^eaf 2* begins the table 
qfthe hittorye ofreynart the foxe, and leaf 
3* the work itself with the above super- 
scription. Leaf / 5** is the colophon, in 
which it is stated : / haue not added ne 
mynusshed but haue folowed as nyghe eu / 
can my oopye tchiche was in dutche, and by 
me fVillm Caxton translated in to this rude 
X symple Englyssh. It is thought that it 
was translated from the Dutch edition of 
1479. This 1st edition of the English 
translation is extremely scarce, and only 3 
copies are known, (in the Royal library at 
London, in lord Spencer's library, and in 



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that of Magdalen coU^(e, Oxford.) Pyn- 
sou*« reprint is still more scarce, of which 
Mr. Douce*s defective copy is the only one 
known. Dibdin*s Bild. Spenc. IV. 244 sq. 
where specimens of Caxton^s translation 
are given. 

18878 — the most delectable history 

of Reynard the Fox. Lond. 1671. 

40 
• 

18879 — the most delectable history 
of Reynard the Fox. Newly cor- 
rected and purged from all gross- 
ness in phrase and matter. As 
also augmented and inlarged with 
sundry excellent morals and expo- 
sitions upon every several chapter. 
Lond., Ed. Brewster, 1681. 4°. 
Gothic letter with woodcuts, 56 
leaves. — The shifts of Reynardine 
the son of Reynard the Fox, or a 
pleasant history of his life and death. 
Full of variety, and may fitly be 
applied to the later times. Now 
published for the reformation of 
mens manners. Lond., Ed. Brew- 
ster, 1684. 4°. Gothic letter, 4 
leaves and 160 pages. 

Also Lond, 1701. 4°. 

18880 — the crafty courtier : or the 
fable of Reinard the fox : newly 
done into English verse, from the 
antient Latin jambics of Hartm. 

Schopperus. Lond., Nutt, 1706. 8**. 
4 leaves and 311 pages. This edition 
has no plates. 

18881 — The most pleasant and de- 
lightful history of Reynard the 
Fox and Reynardine his son. In 
two parts, with morals. Ed. IIL 
Lond., Bates, 1708. 12"^. 

Also Lond. 1 733. 8**. The best works of re- 
ference are the fdUowiug i F.A. Hadcmanm 
Progr. de morali apologo poetioo^ qui nostra 
vernacula de Reineke Voss appeUatur 
Helmst. 1 709. 4**. (printed in his edition : 
consult also Meusel LUt. Bibl. MagoM. III. 
178.) Guilielmi Neubrigensis historia ed. 
Hearne III. 743 sq. Neuestes aus der 
anmuthigen Gelehrsamk. II., ,^94. VIL 
34 sq. Ill sq. Marchand Dietionn, I. 
278-281. J. C. H. Dreyer Abhandl. wm 
dim Nutzen des Gedichts Reinke de Vos in 
Erkl'drung der deutschen RechtsalterhUmer, 
insonderh. des ehemal. Gerichtswesens, 
B&thow et Wismar, 1768. 4**. (Also in his 
Nebenstunden. ib., 1768. 4^) Flogel 



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Gemih. der kom. Lit. III. 38-04* Koch 
Comp. der deutachen Lit. Getcn, I. 146- 
148. Neuer detUscker Merkur 1 795. B. 2, 
p. 121-119. (An extract from li Grand 
d*Au99y*t treatise, see above.) Bragur III. 
326 sq. IV. Abth, I. p. 186. Jordew 
Laeikon I. 36. Eichhom Getch, der LUt. 
B. II. Th. i. p. 228. Gruber Worierb. der 
JEaihet. I. 147 sq. 519 sq. Bouterwek 
Geach. derPoene V. 57. IX. 347. Hagen*s 
Grundriaa, p. 422, sq. F. Weckkerlin 
Beitrr. sntr Geach, altdeuUcher Sprache 
u. Dichikunat. ShOi., 181 1. 8°. {zur 
GeadL «i. Liieratur dea R,F.) Jen, Lit, 
Zeit, 18 14. Erganx, Bl. B. 1. p. 49 sq. 
Erach Eneyklopddie unier Baumann. — 
Lichtenstein in the Brunachw, Magast, 
1809, St. 35. calls the Reineke an imitation 
of the fables of Pilpai, which it would not 
be easy to prove. That at least the Afiachle 
aehualim (fables of foxes) of R. Berachja 
ben Natronai Hanakdan has not the 
■lightest reference to the Reineke Fwsha is 
shewn (by Mendelssc^n ?) in the Bri^e 
die netuie Lit. betr^. I. 187. 

REINERIUS, see Pisis. 

188S2 REINESIUS, Th. Variar. 
lectionum libri III. Altenb.^ 1640. 
4?. (Ejusd.) defensio variar. lec- 
tionum Th. Reinesii contra iniquam 
censuram poetse L(ipsien8i8, i. e. 
And. Rivini). Rost., Richelius, 

1653. 4^ 

The defenaiOy which in most copies has 
the corrections of Reinesius at the end in 
his own hand, relates to the violent attack 
which Rivinus, a relative and great admirer 
of Csp. Barth has made on the Var. lectt. 
in his Quaationum aliqtiot philoaophicarum 
ianx aatura de aocieiate calendar. Lpa. 
1649. 4^ 

18883 — syntagma inscription um an- 
tiquar. cumprimis Romae veteris, 
quanun omissa est recensio in vasto 
Jani Gruteri opere. Lps., Fritsch^ 
1682. fol. 

Extremely incorrectly printed, see ^ur- 
manni SgUoge epp. V. 33 1 . — Emendatt. iiu 
acriptionvm Reineaianar. ex MSS. Bibl. 
Strozsnante, in act. aoe. lat, Jen. IV. 132 
sq. 

18884 — epistoliB ad Csp. Hoffman. 
nam et Ch. Ad. Rupertam. Lps., 
Bauer, 1660. 4^. Epistolar. ad J. 
Vorstium scriptar. fasciculus. Col. 
Brand., Schultz, 1667. 4°. Epi- 
stole ad Ch. Daumium. Jen.^ Ni- 
sius, 1670. 4^ Epistolfe ad Neste- 
ros. Lps., 1670. 4^ Ejuset J. And. 



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1663 



And. Bosii epistolie mutus. Jen.^ 

Crocker, 1700. 12°. 

Of these letters, those to Daumius particu- 
larly are interesting for the literary history 
of the middle ages. Concerning this au thor*s 
unprinted Eponymologicum (now in Frane- 
ker) see Woirs Literar. Anaiekten, II. 256 
sq. His MS. copy of his Variar. lectt. in the 
cathedral library at Zeitz, where his library 
was sold, is enlarged with numerous MS. 
additions, which however only contain raw 
materials. 

18885 REINHARD, Pr. Volkm. 
System der christl. Moral. 5 Aufl. 
Witt. u. Zerbst, Zimmermann, 
1815. 8^ 5 voll. (13 d. 16 gr.) 

18886 — Predigten. Witt. u. Zerbst, 
Zimmermann, 1792-93. 8^ 2 voll. 
(2 d.) Predigten im J. 1 795-1 805 
u. 1807 gehalten. Sulzbach, Sei- 
dell 1796-1808. 8^ 24 voll. (24 d.) 
Predigten im J. 1809- 11 gehalten. 
ib., id., 1810-12. 8®. 6 voll. (12 d.) 
Predigten im J. 1812 gehalten, 
herausg. von J. G. A. Hacker, ib., 
id., 1813. 8^ (i d.) Predd. uber 
die Evangelia des ganzen Jahrs, 
aus s. noch ungedruckten Predd. 
herausg. von J. Q. A. Hacker, ib. 
1813. 8°. 4 voll. (2 d.) 

18887 — opuscula academica (ed. 
C. L. H. Politz). Lps., Hinrichs, 
1808-9. 8°. 2 voll. (i d. 12 gr.) 

18888 REINHOLD, Hartm. Reime 
dich, oder ich fresse dich, d. i. 
deutlicher zu geben, Antiperica- 
tam etanaparbeugedam phi rr ibi fi cat i - 
ones poeticie, oder Schellen - u. 
Scheltenswiirdige Thorheit Boeo- 
tischer Poeten in Deutschland, 
Hans Wursten, Zu sonderbahren 
Nutzen u. Ehren, Zu keinem 
Nachtheil der Edlen Poesie, unsrer 
Idblichen Muttersprache, oder ei- 
niges rechtschaffenen, gelehrten 
Poetens, zu belachen und zu ver- 
werffen vorgestellet. Northausen, 
Barthold Fuhrmann, 1675. 8^ 184 
pages. 

An instmction composed with very coarse 
and often low wit, how to become a bad 
poet, together with a statement of the arti- 
fices, by which a person may acquire repu- 
tation. 

18889 REINOLDUS, J. Historia 



1564 



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grsecar. et latinar. literar. Ace. 

Herodotus de vita Homeri, gr., 

maxima cura collatus cum cod. bibl. 

Bodlej. Etonae, 1752.4°. 
Scarce, as only 250 copies were printed. 

18890 REJON de Silva, Diego Ant. 
La pintura, poema didactica en tres 
cantos. Segovia, 1786. large 8°. 
with plates. 

18891 REIS Quita^ Domingo dos. 
Obras poeticas. Ed. II. correcta, 
emendada^ e augmentada com as 
obras posthumas e vida do author. 
Lisb., 1781. 8°. 2 voll. (1600 rees.) 

18892 REISCH, Gr. Margarita phi- 
losophical totius philosophise ra- 
tionalis et moralis principia duo. 
decim libris dialogice complectens. 
Friburgi, J. Schotus, 1503. 4°. with 

woodcuts. 

Concerning this often printed encyclo- 
pedia, see Weller*s Aliet, III. 402. Schnur- 
rer von d, hebr. Lehrem in THibingen p. 55. 
The edition, Arg. 1504. 4^ is described in 
the Leipz. LUt. Zeit. 1804. hudl, BL 
p. 1 21. on account of its anatomical wood- 
cuts. The editions, Bos., 1535 or 83. 4**. 
contain augmentations by Orontins Fineus. 
— Gr. R^tch MargarUa JUosqfica accre- 
aeiuia da Orontio FineOy di nuovo trad, da 
Gi. P. GeUluccL Ven,, Baroxzi, 1599* 4^. 
with bad woodcuts. 

REISE, see Reimbrs. 
REISEN, see Bibliothek. 

18893 REISERUS, Ant. Index 
manuscriptor. bibl. Augustame. 
(AV.), Gobel, 1675. 4^ 

18894 REISKE, J. Jac. Animadvv. 
ad grsecos auctores. Lps., Gleditsch^ 
1757-66. 8°. s voll. (5 d.) 

The 5th vol. is scarce, owing to a fire. — 
See also Oratores. 

18895 REITZ, F. Wfg. De proso- 
diie grKC® accentus inclinatione. 
Additum est carmen: Seculum ab 
inventis clarum. Ed. repetita cura 
F. A. Wolfii. Lps., Crusius, 1791. 
8°. (i2gr.) 

18896 REITZ, J. F. De ambiguis, 
mediis et contrariis s. de signified- 
tione verbor. ac phrasium ambigua. 
Traj. ad Rh., Chariot, 1736. 8^ 

Enlarged ib. 1753. 8* — Apologia et tup- 
piemenL ad amb^ua. ib, 1 75 2. 8**. 

18897 RELACION del viage hecho 



REL 

por las goletas Sutil j Mexicana 
en el aiio de 1792, para reconocer 
el estrecho de Juan de Fuca, con 
una introducion. Madr., impr. real. 
1802. 4°. with an Atlas in small 
fol. 

18898 — del viage que per orden de 
sa magestad hizieron los capitanes 
Bm. Garcia de Nodal j Gonzalo 
de Nodal, al descubrimiento del 
estrecho nuevo di S. Vincente y 
reconoscimiento de Magellanes. 
Madr., Montenegro, 1621. 4°. 

Scarce and interesting. Altogether 92 
leaves, indudtng i3 leaves of preliminaiy 
matter and 15 at the end. The map, en- 
graved on wood, is sometimes wanting. 

18899 RELAND, Hadr. Palsestina 
ex monumentis vett. illustrata. 
Traj. Batav., Broedelet, 1714. 4^ 
2 vols, with plates. Also on large 
paper. 

Also in UgoRni Thesaur. antiq. sacr. T. 
VI. Additions by J. Cp. Harenberg in 
Nov. mite. Lips. TV. 465 sq. V. 248 sq. 
408 sq. VI. 199 sq. 406 sq. 593 sq. 

18900 — dissertationes miscellaneoe. 
Traj. ad Rh., Broedelet, 1706-7 
(new title, 1713). 8®. 3 parts in 
I vol. 

18901 — antiquitates sacrae vett. 
Hebraeor. Traj. ad Rh., Broedelet, 
1 741. 4°. Also on large paper. — 
Antiqq. sacrae vett. Hebrseor. Re- 
cens. et animadversionib. Ugolinis 
et Ravianis auxit G. J. L. Vogel. 
Hal., Curtius, 1 769. 8°. (16 gr.) 

18902 — de religione Mohammedica 
libri II. arab. et lat. Traj. ad Rh., 
Broedelet, 17 17. 8°. with plates. 

Less complete, ib. 1708. 8°. In French 
(by Adr. Durand), Hage, Vaillani, 1721. 
I2^ In English, Land. 1712. 8^ 

18903 — de spoliis tempi! Hieroso- 

lymitani. Traj. ad Rh. 1775. 8°. 

with plates (i fl. 8 st.). 
Less complete, ib. 17 16. 8°. 

18904 RELAND, Pt. Fasti con- 
sulares, ad illustrationem oodicis 
Justinianei ac Theodosiani secun- 
dum rationes temporum digestif 
cum appendice Hadr. Relandi. 
Traj. Batav., Broedelet, 1715. 
large 8°. 



REL 

18905 RELATIO. Brevis relatio 
eoruxn, quae spectant ad declara- 
tionem Sinarum imperatoris Kam- 
hi circa cceli, Cumfucii et avorum 
caltum, datam anno 1700. Acce- 
diint primatum, doctissimor. viror. 
et antiquissimce traditionis testi- 
monial opera patrum soc. Jesu. 
Pekini (1700). large 8°. 

Printed at Pekin with wood blocks, and 
containing a Chinese and a Tartar transla- 
tion besides the Latin text. 

18906 RELATION en forme de 
journal du voyage et s^jour que 
Charles I J. Roi de la grande Bre- 
tagne a fait en Hullande depuis ie 
25. Mai jusqu'au 2. Juin 1660. 

Ha^e, 1660. fol. with plates. 

lliere is a copy with several contempo- 
raneous MS. corrections in the Royal li- 
brary at Dresden. 

RELATION, see Montpensier 
and Thevknot. 

18907 RELATIONES de libris 
novis. Vol. I-III. et Vol. IV. 
Fasc. I . Gott., Vandenhoek, 1752- 

55. SO. (4 d. 8 gr.) 

No more appeared. Each volume con- 
sists of 4 pieces. J. D. Michaelis was the 
conductor. 

18908 RELIGIO universalis et natu- 
ralis. Disquisitio philosophica ex 
exemplis omnium nationum et ra- 
tionibus variis consolidata. Par., 
Renouard, 181 8. 12^ 

According to Renouard*s Caial. I. 198, 
this is a work of a Scotch literary person, 
^rritten about the end of the 1 7th century, 
but -never before printed, and only no 
copies were struck off in 12**., 10 on lar|^ 
paper in 8**., and 6 on vellum, likewise 
in8^ 

RELIGION des Gaulois, see Mar- 
tin. 
RELIQUES, see Percy. 

RELIQUI^ sacrae, see Grabs. 

RE LIQUID antiquitatum Puteolis 
etc. see Antichita. 

18909 RELIQUI^. iEgyptior. co- 
dicuni reliquiae Venetiis in biblio- 
tlieca Naniana asservatae (descriptae 
a J. Aloysio Mingarellio). Bon. 

1785. 4^ 
See also Nani. 

VOL. IV. 



REN 



1665 



18910 RELKOWICH, Mth. Ant. 
Neue slavon. u. deutsche Gram- 
matik. 3 Ausg. Wien^ Kurzboeck. 

1789- 8°. (5 d.) 

18911 — deutsch-illyr. u. illyr. 
deutscbes Worterbuch. Wien, Ca- 
mesina, 1790. 4°. 2 voll. (5 d.) 

18912 REMIGIO (Nannini) Fio- 
rentino. Rime. Ven. 1547. 8°. 

18913 REMMELINUS, J. Cato- 
ptrum miscrocosmicum. Ff. a. M. 
1660. large fol. with plates. 

It represents a sort oi anatomy in 3 ta- 
blet, so that the parts of the male and fe- 
male body are presented to the eye in one 
section. These are pasted in such a way 
on one another that one can be raised up 
after the other, so that the part that is un- 
derneath may always be seen. Engraved 
by Luc. Kilian. Previously, AV, i6ig. fol. 
UlnuBy 1639. fol. In German, Kleiner 
Welispiegel. Augsp. 1632. fol. Ulm. 1661. 
fd. See also Piccolomtki.' 

18914 REMONDINI, Gi. St. No- 
lana ecclesiastica storia. Nap., Gi. 
di Simone, 1747-57. fol. 3 voll. 

18915 REMUSAT, Abel. Essai sur 
la langue et la litt^rature chinoise. 
Par. 1 81 1. 8^ 

18916 — recherches sur les langues 
tartares, ou m^moires sur differens 
points de la grammaire et de la 
Htt^rature des Mandcbous, des 
Mongols, des Ouigours et des Ti- 
b^tains. T. I. Par., impr. roy., 
1820. 4°. 

18917 — le livre des recompenses et 
des peines, trad, du chinois avec 
des notes et des ^laircissements. 
Par., Renouard, 1816. 8°. Also on 
vellum paper. 

18918 RENALDINI, Panfilo di. 

Innamoramento di Rugeretto^ (i- 

gliuolo di Ruggero. Ven., Comin 

da Trino, 1555. 4°. with woodcuts. 
46 cantos in Ottaverime. (Also in 
WolfenbUttel.) 

RENALDOS, see Rkonault de 

Montauban. 
RENARD, see Reineke. 
RENARD, L., see Histoire, No. 

9793- 
RENAUD, see Eeonault. 

18919 RENAUDOT, Euseb. Li- 



1566 



REN 



turgiar. orientalium collectio. Par.^ 
Coignard, 1716. 4®. 2 voll. 

18920 — historia patriarcbarum Alex- 
andrinor. Jacobitarum. Par., Four- 
nier, 17 13. 4°. 

18921 — anciennes relations des 
Indes et de la Chine, de deux voya- 
geurs mabometans qui y all^rent 
dans le IX. si^cle^ trad, de I'arabe, 
avec des remarques (par Eus. Re- 
naudot). Par., Coignard, 1718. 8^ 

This was long considered to be suppo- 
sititious, until at last the Arabic original 
was discovered in the Royal library at 
Paris. See Noticea et ejetraiU, I. 156 sq. 

RENAUDOT, Thpbr., see Chko- 
NOLOGiE and Gazette. 

18922 RENAZZI, Ph. Mar. Ele- 
menta juris criminalis. Rom», 
1802. 8°. 6 voll. Also ib. 1819- 
21. 8^ 5 voll. 

18923 — synopsis elementor. juris 
criminalis. Senis, 1804. 8°. 

18924 — storia dell' university degli 
studj di Roma detta comunemente 
la sapienza, che contiene ancbe un 
saggio storico della letteratura Ro- 
mana dal principio del sec. 13 sino 
al declinare del sec. 18. Roma, 
1 803-6. 4°. 4 voll. 

18925 RENCIFO, J. Diaz. Arte 
poetica Espaiiola. Madr.^ Cuesta, 
1606. 4°. 

18926 RENCONTRES k tons pro- 
pos, par proverbes et huitains fran- 
9ois. Par.^ Est. Groulleau^ 15 54* 
oblong 1 2°. with woodcuts. 

18927 REN£ d'Anjou. (anon.) La 
conqueste qu'ung chevalier sur- 
nomme le coeur d'amours epris fit 
d'une dame appel^e douce mercy. 
Imprim^ en Ian 1503 (4°. Gothic 
letter). 

There was a MS. of this romance, which 
is in prose and verse intermixed, in Val- 
lidre*s library* No. 281 1. Du Verdier 
cited this edition, but yet no copy is known, 
and Debure, who has quoted it in No. 2996 
from him, has added the size only from 
conjecture. See also Abutk en court. 

RENIERI, see Tolomei. 

18928 RENNELL, Jam. Memoir 
of a map of Hindoostan or the 
Mogul empire, to which is added 



REN 

an appendix containing an account 
of the Ganges and Burrampooter 
rivers. Ed. III. with a second sup- 
plementary map. Lond. 1793. 4^. 
The editions 1783 and 88 are fitrmore 
complete, but the supplement (Memoir qf 
map of peninmla of India) is also sold se- 
parately. — In French, Description de 
rindosian, trad, par Boucheseiche. Par. 
1800. 8°. 3 vols, with an atlas in 4**. (also 
on large vdlum paper.) 

18929 — Bengal atlas containing 
maps of the theatre of war and 
commerce on that side of Indostan. 
Lond. 1 78 1, fol. 

18930 — illustrations of the expe- 
dition of Cyrus and the retreat of 
the ten thousand Greeks. Lond., 
Nicol, 1 8 16. 4^ with 3 maps in 

fol. (il. 1 6s.) 

Abridged and translated by Alb. Lion. 
Gott. 1823. 8'. 

18931 — observations on the topo- 
graphy of the plain of Troy. Lond. 
1814.4°. (15s.) 

See also Heeodotus, No. 9565. 

18932 RENNER (der). Itzunder 
allererst im Truck aussgangen. 
(Von Hugo von Trymberg). Ff. 
a. M., Cyr. Jacobus zum Bock, 
1549. fol. 

123 numbered leaves in 2 columns. In 
this edition, superintended by Seb. Brant, 
the author^s Suabian manner is alter- 
ed to that of the i6th century, and the 
poem is arbitrarily augmented and cur- 
tailed. It is the only printed edition. 
—(Consult Hagen's Grundristy p. 384 sq. 
Ffogel Getch. der kom. Lit. III. la sq. 

18933 RENOUARD, Ant. Agst. 

Observations de quelques patriotes 

sur la necessity de conserver les 

monumens de la litt^rature et des 

arts. Par. {Didot\ an 2 (1793). 8°. 

Lettre au comite d'instruction pub- 

lique. {ib. 1793). 8°. 
4 copies on veUum. 

18934 — annales de I'imprimerie des 
Aide, ou histoire des trois Manuce 
et de leurs editions. Par., Re- 
nouard, an 12 (1803). 8". 2 voll. 
Supplement, ib. 1812. 8^ with 
plates (18 fr., on vellum paper 
38 fr.) 

4 copies of the first 2 yds. and 3 copies 



REN 

of the supplement on large vellum paper. 
The work is a pattern, how the history of 
a printing establishment may be usefully 
written, and is most advantageously dis- 
tinguished by its great bibliographiad ac- 
curacy. Several additions and corrections 
are to be found in different parts of his 
subsequent catalogue. 

18935 — notice snr la vie et les 
oavrages des trois Manuce. Par., 
Renouard, 1803. 8°. 

One copy on vellum. It is merely a 
separate impression of one part of the and 
vol. of the above work. 

18936 — notice sur une nou 7. ^tion 
de la traduction fran9. de Longus 
par Amyot, et aur la decouverte 
d'un fragment grec de cet ouvrage. 
Par. 1810. 8^ — Notizia sopra una 
nuova ediz. della traduzione franc. 
di Longo etc, trad, da Evaaio Cori. 
feo (Dm. Alb. Azuni). ib. 1 8 1 o. 8°. 

Two copies of each of these two works 
were struck off on vellum. 

18937 — (anon.) I'impot du timbre 

sur les catalogues de librairie^ rui- 

neux pour les libraires et onereux 

au tr^r public. Par., Renouard, 

1816. 8°. 
2 copies on vellum. 

19838 — (anon.) catalogue de la bib- 
liotlieque d'un amateur, avec notes 
bibliographiques, critiques et lit- 
teraires. Par., Renouard, 1 8 1 9. 8"^. 
4 voU. (33 fr., 60 copies on large 
vellnm paper 80 fr.) 

One of the most valuable French biblio- 
graphical works, and moreover an interest- 
ing document for posterity with a view to 
their acquaintance with the history of 
Frendi bibliophily. Accuracy, multifari- 
ous knowledge and taste^ render the study 
of it as instructive, as a cursory penisal is 
agreeable and entertaining. My detailed 
review of it is in the Hermet. V. 1 30 sq. 

18939 — (anon.) note sur Lr. Coster 

a I'occasion d'un ancien livre im- 

prim^ dans les pays bas. {Par., 

Crapelet, 1818). 8^ 

A separate impression of a part of his 
catalogue (II. I52>i58), 2 copies of which 
were struck off on vellum. 

18940 RENTERIA, Ibaiiex de la. 
Fabulas en verso castellano. Madr. 
1797. 8°. 2 voU. 

18941 RENUS80N, Ph. Oeuvres, 



REP 



1567 



augment^s par Serieux. Par. 1 7 80. 
fol. 
Par, 1 769. fol. is less prized. 

18942 RENVERSEMENT de la 
morale chrestienne par les d^sordres 
du monachisme. Without place or 
date, 4°. with plates, 2 parts in i vol. 

This satire, which appeu«d in Holland 
at the end of the 1 7th century, and to which 
the Herot de la Hgue is a companion, con- 
tains, besides the title plate, 50 caricatures 
uncoloured, which are design^ in a genuine 
comic spirit and are well executed, and a 
French and Dutch text. Tolerably sought 
after in France (36->48 fr.). A more recent 
edition with bad plates, probably printed 
in Switzerland, may be distinguished by 
the satirical verses, quatrains, under the 
plates of the original edition being omitted. 

18943 REPERTOIRE des theatres 
etrangers, traduits en fran9. Par., 
Brissot-Thivars, 1822. 18". 72 voU. 
(at 2 fr. each). 

Containing, TMAire anglaUf 20 voU. 
Th. aUemand, 30 voll. Th, etpagn., 1 2 voU; 
Th. ital.f 12 volL Theatres divers, 8 voll. 
— Chef8'd*enivre dee theSUres Strangers 
trad, enfran^. Par,, Ladvocat, 1822. 8\ 
ao voll. (at 6 fr.) is a similar collection. 
— The Repertoires du <A. firan^,, see under 
Petitot. 

18944 REPERTOIRE des artistes, 
ou recueil de diffi^rentes composi- 
tions d'architecture etc, par ditferens 
auteurs (donn^ par Jombert). Par. 
1764. small fol. 2 vols, with 686 
plates. 

A very indifferent collection. 

18945 REPERTORY (antiquarian), 
intended to illustrate and preserve 
valuable remains of old times (chief- 
ly compiled by Grose and Astle). 
New edit, with great additions. 
Lond. 1807-9. 4°. 4 vols, with 238 

plates ( I ol. I OS. on large paper 2 il.). 
The ist edition, Lend, 1780. 4''. 4 vols, is 
less complete. 

18946 REPERTORY of arts and 
manufactures. Lond. 1794-18 18. 
large 8^. 50 vols. Analytical in. 
dex to the 16 vols, of the first 
series and to the first eight vols, of 
the second series. Lond. 1807. 8°. 
(los. 6d.) 

It is going on. In monthly parts at 3s. 

REPETICION, see Lucena. 
5K2 



1568 



REP 



18947 REPOSITORY of arts, lite- 
rature, commerce, etc, Lond., Ac- 
kermann, 14 vols, in 8°. with illu- 
minated plates (17I. 1 2s.). General 
index (2s.). 

This is the fint tenet. Since then a 
second teries has oommenoed, and is going 
on in monthly parts at 4s. 

18948 REPPONE, Masillo. Posil- 
lecheata. Napoli, 1684. 8°. 

Concerning this work, whose real author 
was Pompeo Samelli, see Rehftiet Brief e 
uber lUd, IV. 263. 

18949 REPRESENTATION des 

marbres^ graves et mis en couleurs 

d'apr^ nature, avec leurs noms en 

holland.^ allem., angl., frany. et 

latin. Amst.^ Sepp, 1766. large 

4®. with illuminated plates. 

Also with Dutch (Afbeelding der Mar^ 
mor Soorten), Oerman (AbbUdd, der Mar- 
fnorarten), English (Repretentation qf dif- 
ferent tortt ofmarble)^ and Latin (Mamwra 
et adfinet aliquot lapides) titles, au of which 
however are dated 1776. Only 98 plates 
with text up to No. 75 have appeared. 
The same plates are used in the following 
work, A(L L, Wining marmora et adfinet 
aiiguot lapidet, AbbUdd. der Marmorarten 
etc. (with text by Schmiedel). Xrb. 1775. 
large 4^ 

18950 REPRESENTATIONS (pic- 
turesque) of the manners, customs 
and amusements of the Russians, 
with an accurate explanation of 
each plate in Engl, and French (by 
A. Atkinson and J.Walker). Lond.^ 
Boydell, 1803-5. ^ge fol. 3 parts 
with 100 illuminated plates (14I. 
148.). 

18951 REPTON, H. Sketches and 
hints on landscape gardening. Lond. 
1795. oblong 4^ with illuminated 
plates, 5I. 

18952 — observations on the theory 
and practice of landscape gardening, 
including some remarks on Grecian 
and Gothic architecture. Lond. 
1805. large 4°. with plates (5I. 5s.). 

18953 — fragments on landscape 
gardening and architecture^ as con- 
nected with rural scenery. Lond. 
j8i6. large 4°. with 52 illuminated 
plates (61. 6s.)* 

18954 REQUENO, Vine. Saggi sul 



RES 

ristabilimento dell' antica arte de' 

Greci e Romani pittori, di dipin- 

gere all' encausto. Ed. II. Parma, 

tip. regia, 1787. 8°. 2 vols, with 

plates. Appendice. Roma, 1 806. 8°. 

Previously, Ven. 1784.8*. A learned bat 
very prolix work, and not to be depended 
upon in its citation of sources ; see Beck* 
manni Beitrr, V. 513. FiorUlo artixL 
Schrr. II. 173. 

18955 — scoperta della chironomia 
o sia deir arte di gestire con le 
mani. Parma, 1797. 8°. with 3 
plates. 

18956 — saggio sul ristabilimento 
deir arte armonica de' greci e ro- 
mani cantori. Parma, 1798. 8^. 
2 vols. Also on large paper. 

18957 — osservazioni sulla chirotipo- 

grafia ossia antica arte di stampare 

a mano. Roma, de' Romanis^ 1 8 1 o. 

8*^. Also on large paper. 

A copy on vellum in the Royal library at 
Paris. 

18958 REQUETE (la) des maris 
ombrageux, courtbatus, boucqui- 
neux, farouches, trop tristes, pen- 
sifs et d^sol^s. Item plusieurs 
sortes de ballades en diverses lan- 
guages, chant royal et autres dif- 
ferentes rimes, dirig^es aux mes- 
sieurs et mainteneurs de la gaie 
science de rhetorique de Thoulouse, 
au mois de mai, auquel par lesdits 
sieurs s'adjugent les fleurs d'or et 
d'argent aux mieux disant. Thou- 
louse, Gaston Recoleyne, 1533. 8°. 

18959 REQUETE (la) faite et bail- 
lee par les dames de Thoulouse, 
aux mattres et mainteneurs de la 
gaie science de rhetorique au mois 
de mai .... avec plusieurs sortes 
de rimes en divers languages et sur 
divers propos,composees par lesdites 

dames. Thoulouse, without date, 4^. 
Both these scarce works are quoted from 
Duverdier. 

RERUM^ see Scriptores. 

18960 RESEARCHES (African), 
or proceedings of the association for 
promoting the discovery of the in- 
terior parts of Africa. Lond. 1 790- 
1803. large 4°. 2 vols. (2I. 5 s.) 



RES 

18961 ^ Asiatic, or transactions of 
the society instituted in Bengal, for 
inquiring into the history and an- 
tiquities, arts, sciences and litera- 
ture of Asia. Calcutta, 1788-1 8a I. 
4°. 13 vols, with plates (26 guineas). 

This original editiou is viery ocaroe on 
theContinent. Reprinted,Lom2. 1 799-182 1 . 
large 4**. 13 vols, with plates, and Land. 
1801-21. 8*. 13 vols, with plates (7L 19s.). 
This last, the first parts of which have 
been often printed, is not fine. The French 
translation of the first 2 vols. Par. 1805. 
4'. 2 vcOs, (72 fr. now 36 fr.) by A. La- 
baume, is valuable on acooiint of the notes 
by Cnvira-, Langles and others, but it was 
not continued. A Oerman translation of 
a part of the work by J. Ch. Fick, Riga, 
» 795-97- 8^, 4 vols. (5 d. 20 gr.) — See 
also Jokes and Miscellant. 

18962 RESCHEL,Th. Dictionarium 
latino-bohemicum. Olomucii, 1 560. 
4". Dictionarium bohemico-lat. ib. 
1562.4°. 

18963 RESENDE. Garcia de. Livro 
das obras de Garcia de Heesende, 
que tracta da vida et virtudes et 
bontades del rey Joam II. Evora, 
And. de Burgos, 1554. fol. 

A very scarce edition, the most prized, 
and dted by the academy of Lisbon ; o leaves 
of preliminary matter, 134 and 23 num- 
bered leaves and 4 leaves of index. The 
work first appeared in 15.^7. This edition 
is enlarged with the author's Miacellanea 
e tforiedade de kistoriaSf cottumes, casot et 
eouaasy que em eeu tempo accantesoeram^ in 

verse The edition Lisb.y Alvarez, 1622. 

£dL is less prized. — See also Cakcioneiiio, 
No. 3447. 

18964 RESENDE, Luc. And. Libri 
IV. de antiquitatibus Lusitaniae a 
Luc. And. Resendio olim inchoati 
et a Jac. Menoetio recogniti atque 
absoluti. Ace. liber quintus de an- 
tiquitate municipii Eborensis ab 
eodem VasconceUo conscriptus. 
Eborie, Mt. Burgensis, 1593. fol. 

26 leaves of preliminary matter, 259 and 
46 pages. Also Romm, Bom, 1597. 8°. 

18965 — antiquitatum Lusitaniee et 

de municipio Eborensi libri V. 

oratt.^ epistolse et poemata. Col. 

Agripp., Birckmann, 1600. S°, 2 

parts in i vol. 

DeUcuB LuHtano-Hispanica. Col. 161 3. 
8^ is only a new title to T. I. 

18966 — epistolae tres carmine, item 



RES 



1569 



epistola prosa oratione pro colonia 
Pacensi ad J. Vas«um. Olysipone, 
J. Blavius, 1561. 4^ 

18967 — poemata, epistolae historicie, 
oratt. Col . , Greuenbruch ,1613.8°. 
304 pages and 16 leaves. 

18968 — historia da antiguidade da 

cidade de Evora. Evora, Burgos, 

1576. 8°. 
Cited by the academy of Lisbon. 

18969 — collec9ao de varias antigui- 
dades de Evora, escrita por Andre 
de Resende, Diogo Mendes de Va- 
sconcellos. Gasp. Esta9o, Bernardo 
de Brito e Manoel Severim de 
Faria, feita por Bento Jos^ de 
Sousa Farinha. Lisb. 1781. 8"^. 
(400 rees.) 

18970 — vida do infante D. Duarte. 
Lisb. 1782 or 89. 8°. (160 rees.) 

The edition of 1782 is cited by the aca- 
demy of Lisbon. 

RESENIUS, see Gudm. Andbeab 

and Edda. 
RESPIT, see J. le Febvrb. 

18971 RESPUBLICiE Elzeviriana. 

In 16°. 

This collection is differently specified by 
different persons, which is owing to the 
point of view from which it is consider- 
ed. If it be confined to Elzevir impres- 
sions, many that are here cited must cer- 
tainly be left out. Since, notwithstanding 
the preference for Elzevir productions, 
the collection is not sought after, as not 
possessing the finished neatness of their 
duodecimo impressions, it appears better 
to consider them with respect to their 
scientific, even if only historical, inter- 
est. In that case it must be strictly con- 
fined to those books which convey in- 
formation of the different states, or at 
least form intnxiiictions to them, witii- 
out regard to what press they proceeded 
from. Merely historical, or geographical 
works or books of travds cannot be ad- 
mitted, nor any thing elite that has appear- 
ed in a lai^ger size than 16**. In order 
however not to make the article incom- 
plete, We shall also give as a supplement 
what Brunet has admitted from books of a 
dissimilar kind. Concerning the collection 
of these so-called republics, consult Ham" 
buTff. Ubl. histor., IX. 186-^44. SaUengre 
Mimoires de littifrat., II. 1 49- 1 9 » • Calal. 
Bunav., II. 206 sq. LUerar. Wochen- 
blatt, I. 79 sq II. 215 sq. Biblinth. Luxdor- 
phiana, P. II. Ham. 1789- 8"- P- 3«o- 
425 (too many pages referred to, properly 

5K3 



1572 



RET 



Amst., Bernard, 1731. small 8°. 
4 voll. M^moires de Guy Joly. 
ib.. id., 1738. small 8°. 2 voll. 
M ^moires de Mad. la dachesse de 
Nemours, ib., id., 1738. small 8®. 

These 7 vols, belong to each other. Fine 
copies, which are scarce, are greatly sought 
after, more so than the following newest 
edition. Next to it, Amtt. 1 718. small S°, 
7 vols, is also sought after. Genhje (Par.), 
1751. 12®. 7 vols., and ib. 1777. la**. 
6 vols., stand only at the ordinary price. 
In the first edition of Retz, Nancy, 1 7 1 7- 
12**. 3 vols., there are numerous hiatus, 
which are tilled up in none of the subse- 
quent editions. 

18978 — m^moires du Card, de Retz, 
de Guy Joli et de la duchesse de 
Nemours. Par., Ledoux et Tenre, 
1 8 1 7 or 20. 8°. 6 voll. (30 fr., on 

vellum paper 60 fr.) 

At the same time an impression in 6 
vols. 12°. (18 fr.) was prepared, ib., id., 
181 7. JRetz^s memoirs in QermBU, Jena, 
Mauke, 1798. 8^ 3 vols. (3d. 14 gr.) 

18979 RETZA, Fr. de. Comestorium 
vitiorura. Nrb., without the print- 
er's name (J. Sensenschmid). 1470. 
fol. Gothic letter. 

The first dated typographical production 
of Nuremberg. 286 leaves in all, in 2 
oolunms with 49 lines, without signatures, 
catchwords, and pagination. LeEtf la co- 
lumn I line I is, Oluntas nve super. In 
leaf 281^, under the 2nd column is the 
colophon in 5 lines, and then follow 5 
leaves of index. Three copies on vellum 
are known, in the Royal library at Paris 
(bought in at M<Carthy*s sale for 810 fr.), 
in the Royal library at Munich, and in the 
Leipsic university library. 

18980 RETZER, Jos. F. von. Choice 
of the best poetical pieces of the 
most eminent English poets. Vi- 
enna^ Sonnleithner, (783-86. small 

8^ 6 vols. (5 d.) 
The selection is very happy. 

18981 REUBER, Just. Scriptores 
veteres rerum Germanicar. diligen- 
ter recogniti et luculentis accessio- 
nibus aucti, curante G. Ch. Joannis. 

Ff. 1726. fol. 

Scarce, because the greater part of the 
impression was destroyed by fire at Frank- 
fort on the Maine, June 21, 1726. Pre- 
viously, Ff. 1583. fol., and Hanov. 1619. 
fol. 

18982 REUCHLIN, J. AD ALE- 



REU 

XANDRVM Sextum potificem 
maximum pro Philippo Bauariue 
duce Palatino Rheni Sacri Romani 
Imperii electore Joannis Reuchlin 
phorcensis Legu doctoris oratio. 
VII. idus Sextiles Anno. m. iid. 
Romse. At the end, Venetiis, Ca- 
len. Septemb. m. iid. In sdibus 
Aldi Manutii Romani. In 4^ 
(not 8°.) 

This extremely scarce Aldine consists of 
1 2 leaves, which have the signatures a, att, 
aiH, aiiii, a 5, and a 6. It has no title, 
but leaf I a commences with the above su- 
perscription. The colophon is in leaf 12b. 
The paper-mark is a circle, in whidi is a 
pair of scales. The types are the same as 
those in the preface of Aristotle and others. 
The above description, acooi^ing to the 
Munich copy, has been imparted to me by 
D. Haiu. At Askew's sale this woric was 
sold for only i8s., but it now bears an un- 
oomnu>nly high price. 

18983 — Scenica progymnasmata h. e. 

ludicra praeexercitamenta. Bas., J. 

Bergman de Olpe, 1498. 4^. 

This comedy is a weak imitation of the 
French Pathelin (see above) ; consult HUi. 
univ. des ihcSitres, XI. 304. Also with 
Sb. Brant Carmina, Arg. 1498. 4°. and 
often. 

18984 — Sergius vel capitis caputs 
cum commentario G. Simleri. 
Phorcse, Th. Anshelmus, m. Sept. 

1507. 4°- 

The first edition of a piece likewise often 
printed. Both together, Ccmadiw dwB. 
Col., Gymnictu, 1537. 12°. 

18985 — de rudiment is hebraicis libri 
III. Phorc«,Th. Anshelmus, 1506. 
small fol. 314 leaves. 

18986 — de accentibus et orthogra- 
phia linguae hebr. Hagenose, Ans- 
helmus, 1518. large 4^. 

18987 — de verbo mirilico libri III. 
Tubing., Anshelmus, 1514* fol. 

18988 — de arte cabalistica. Ha- 
genoie, Anshelmus, 151 7. fol. 

See also Epistola, No. 6849. 

REUSCH, see Ebermayer. 

18989 REUSNER, N. Icones s. ima- 
gines viror. literis illustrium. Arg., 

Jobinus, 1587. 8°. 

With 100 very neat portraits engraved 
in wood by Tob. Stimmer. Arg, 1590. 8". 
Ff. 1 720. 8°. are not ao good. 



REV 

18990 — icones s. imagines vivac li- 
teris claror. viror. Bas., Waldkircb, 
1589. 8^. Icones aliquot claror. 
viror. ib., id-, 1589. 8^ with wood- 
cuts. 

The I8t book contains the portraits out 
of i/ooti elogia to the number of 8a, the 
and, which is to be considered as a supple- 
ment, only 8. 

18991 — hodoeporiconim s. itinerum 
totius fere orbis libri VII. Bas.^ 
Pema, 1580. 8°. 

A scarce and interesting collection of an- 
cient and modem poedial descriptions of 
travels. The edition with the title //ifi«- 
rarium toihu orbu, Bat., Waldkirch, 1592. 
8**. is of the same printing, but is enlarged 
with an appendix of 81 pages added 
thereta 

18992 REUSS, Jer. D. Repertorium 
commentationum a societatibus li- 
terariis editar. Gott., Dieterich, 
1801-19. 4^ 14 voll. 

The vols, may also be bought separately. 
Consult respecting the work, Jen, Lit. 
ZeiL 182a. B. I. No. 17. 

18993 REUVENS, Csp. Jac. Cli. 
Collectanea literaria s. conjecturae 
in Attium, Diomedem, Lucilium, 
Lydum, Nonium, Ovidium, Plau- 
tum, scholiasten Aristophanis, Var- 
ronem et alios. LB., Hazenberg, 
1816. 8^ (2 fl. 2 St.) 

18994 — periculum animadversionum 
arcfaeologicar. ad cippos punicos 
Humbertianos. LB. 1822. 4''. 

18995 REVAI, J. N. Orammatica 
hungarica, ad genuinam patrii ser. 
monis indolem fideliter exacta. Pe- 
stini, 1805. 8^ 2 voll. (6 d.) 

REVARDUS, see RisvARDUs. 

18996 REVEREND. Les dits no- 
tables de M. Philippe de France, 
due d*Anjou, fr^re unique du roi. 
Par., Soubron, 1655. 8°. 

Copies on v^um 41 fr. Oaignat, 48 fr. 
Valli^, 50 fr. McCarthy (and richly or- 
namented) 130 fr. St C^ran, 168 fr. Du- 
quesnoy. 

REVETT. see Stuart. 

18997 REVIEW, the analytical. 
Lond. 1788-^8. 8^. 28 vols. 

In its place came The Weekly review. 



KEY 



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18998 — the British. Lond. 1810. sq. 
8°. 

In quarterly parts at 6s. It is going on. 

18999 — the critical. Lond. 1756- 
1816. 8®. 137 vols. 

Now the 4th series. 

19000 — the eclectic. Lond. 1 805- 
17. 8^ 26 vols. 

A new series begun in 1814. 

19001 — the Edinburgh. Edinb. 

1802-23. 8°. 42 vols. (21L I2S.) 

General index to T. 1-20. ib. 1813. 
80. (15s.) 

In quarterly parts at 6s. Commenced in 
October 1802. The real originator of it 
was Jeffi«y, then professor at Edinburgh, 
aflterwards at Glasgow, and it soon ob- 
tained such reputation, that 12,000 copies 
of several numbers, particularly Nos. 26 
and 27, were sold, and Constable the 
publisher was able to give a premium of 
12 guineas for a printed sheet. But Mur- 
ray, the publisher of the Quarterly Re- 
view, emulated him, and has sometimes 
given 100 gtiineas for an article. The Quar- 
terly is well known to be ministerial, and 
the Edinbuigh on the side of the oppo- 
sition. Of an earlier and now very scarce 
Edinburgh review^ Edinb. 1755. 8°. only 2 
numbers appeared. 

19002 — the monthly. Lond., Mai 
' 749-' 789. 8°. 8 1 vols. Sm. Ays- 
cough's general index from 1749- 
1789. Lond 1786-96. 8°. 3 vols. 
New monthly review. Lond. 1 790- 
1820. 8^ 93 vols. A general index 
to vols. 1-8 1, of the new series. 
Lond. 1 819. 8^. 2 vols. (2I. 1 28. 6d.) 

Rose and Cleveland were the originators, 
Griffith according to others. In monthly 
parts at 2s. 6d. Complete copies (up to 
1816) may be had of Priestley in London 
for 31I. IDS. 

19003 — the quarterly. Lond. 1809- 
23* 8°. 30 vols. It is going on. 

In quarterly parts at 6s. 

19004 REVULGO, Mingo. Coplas 
glosadas por Hernan de Pulgar. 
Toledo, Fr. de Guzman, 1565. 8°. 

40 numbered leaves ( Wolfenb.)— See also 
Mekdoza, No. 13793. 

REWICZKY, see Bibliothrca 
and Hapiz. 

19005 REYD, Everh. van. Historic 
der nederlantscher Oorlogen met 



1676 B H O R I C 

sacree libri IX. (gr. lat.) Ff., hered. Carlos e Rosaura. Lisb. 1681-89. 

And. Wecheli, 1589. large 4°. 8"*. 4 voU. 

See also Neakdeb, Na 14676. ^lao, IM>. 1750. 4'. 

19035 RHOER, Jac. de. Feriae ^^ff* — roda da fortuna. vida de 
Daventrienses s. miscellaneor. li- Alexandre e Jacinta. Lisb. 1692. 

bri II, in quibus multi vett. auctor. °°' „-.„^_ . . . « 1 

loci emendantur. Traj. adRh.1758. 19045 RIBERA^AnastasioPantaleon 

8^ (I fl.)— Otium Daventriense. ^^' ^^^ poeticaa. Madr. 1631, 

Daventr.(i76a). 8^ «' 34. or 48. 8«. Also, Zarag. 

RHYTHMUS, see Anno and '^^0.8^ ^ „ ^ . ^ . 

Clkaver. *®^® RIBERA, Fadnque Ennquez 

19036 RIBADENEIRA, Pt. Obras. ^^' ^'^^^ ^^ Jerusalem. Madr. 

Madr., Sanchez, 1605. fol. 3 voU. '783- ^^1- „ . ..... 

iftAQT fl«>« .<««^4.^...^ 1:1*-^ A^ 1^ OonmleB de Banaa caiiaed this book, 

19037 -- flos sanctorum bbro de k panted at Madrid in 1 733. to be reprinted 
vida de loR santos. Madr. 1 790. fol. there in 1783 according to Tychaenn 
3 voU. Ubiwihecay p. 414 

Previously, Madr. 16 16. fol. 1 foIL Bar- RIBEYRO, see RiBEIRO. 

«?fomi,i643. fol. 3V0U. ib.yLopU, 1705. 19047 RICARD, Dm. La sphere, 

**"• ^ "^^^ poeme en 8 chants. Par., le Clere, 

19038 — tratado de la religion j vir- 1 705. g©^ 

tudes que debe tener el principe One copy at least was printed on vellum, 

cristiano. Madr. 1788. 4°. RICARDUS, see Ricoldus. 

See also Alegambe. RICCARDI, see Inventabio. 

19039 RIBEIRO, Ant. Bucolica de 19048 RICCATI, Giac. Opere. 
dez eclogas pastoris. Lisb. 1586. Lucca, Giusti, 1761-65. 4^ 4 voll. 
8^ 19049 RICCATI, Vine. De usu 

Cited by the academy of Lisbon, in the motus tractorii in constructione 

catalogue of which he is expressly distin- aequationum differentialium. Bon. 

guished from the poet quoted under Chi- « ^ r o ^ o 

ADO. ' ^ ^ ^ *. . . 

-t^^.^ T>TT>T:»TT»r\ Ti ij' Ti 19050 — institutioues analytics a 

19040 RIBEIRO, Bernaldim. Hy. ^inc. Riccato et Hi. Salaino col. 
atom de Menina e Mo9a. E assi j^^^ j^^ ^ „ ^^j^ ^^,, 
alguas eglo^ suas. Lisb., Fr. Gra- p,^j^ ^,^^ ^jj^j^j f ^^^ ^, ^ 
leo, 1559. » . ^^j^ ^^ ,^^ . ^ . 

Lisbon. Also, Ferrara, 1554. 8**. Evora, mathematicas peitmentia. Luccue, 

1557. 8". «A. 1578. 8^ Lisb., Craatbeeck, ^757-?^' 4''« * ^^^^' ^^h plates. 

1645. 8'. The last time, Lisb. 1785. 8'. 19052 — dialogo delle forze vive e 

^^ T^X ^'^^ *"^*''' """^ "°^^ ^"^ dell* azioni delle forze morte. Bol., 

^^^^^^jr\^^^^~'^"'' ., Volpe. 1749. 4^ with pktes. 

RIBEIRO, Duarte, see Macedo. ,9053 _ jg^tere de' principj deUe 

19041 RIBEIRO. Joab Pedro. Ob- meccanica. Ven., Coleti, 1772. 4^ 
Rerva9oes histoncas e criticas para 19054 RICCHO, Ant. Opere, inti- 
seryirem de niemonas as systema da t^i^te fior de Delia, che contiene 
diplomatica portugueza. Lisb. 1 798. gonetti, capitoli, barzellette, stram- 

^''' ^1;?J^®r;?^ ,, ., ^tti « ferae. Ven. 1508. 8°. Also, 

19042 RIBEIRO, Matteos. Alivio MiJ., Rocho et frateUo de Valle, 
de tnstes, consola^ao de queixosos. ,^,8. 3°. Ven., Sessa, 1520. 8^ 

P. 1-4. Lisb., Costa, 1672-74. 8°. 19055 RICCI, Angiolo Mar. Idilli. 

3 voll. Pig^^ Nestri, 1822. i6^ Also on 

Also^ lAsb., Deslandes, 168 1. 4*. vellum paper. 

19043 — retiro de cuidados, vida de 19056 RICCI. Viaggi ai Volcani 



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spenti d'ltalia nello stato romano 
verso il meditterraneo. Fir. 18x4. 
S°. 2 voll. 

19057 RICCIOLUS, J. Bt. Alma. 

gestum novum, astronomiam ve- 

terem oovamque complectens. Bon., 

Benatius, 1651. fol. 2 vols, with 

plates. 
A treasure of astronomical karning. 

19058 — geographJK et hydrographise 
reformatie libri XII. Bon.^ Bena- 
tius, 1 66 1, fol. Also, Yen. 1672. 
fol. 

19059 — astronomiae reformats tomi 
II. Bon., Benatius, 1665. fol. 2 
parts in i vol. 

More scarce than No. 19057, to which it 
forms an appendage. 

19060 — chronologia reformata et ad 
certas conclusiones redacta. Bon., 
Barberius, 1669. fol. 2 parts in i 
vol. 

RICCIUS, Ang. Mar., see Ho- 

MEBUS, No. 10081. 

RICCOBONI, Ant., see Historic 
No. 9846. 

19061 RICCOBONI, Marie Laboras 
de Mezieres. (Euvres completes. 
Par. 1786 or 90. 8°. 8 vols, with 
plates. 

19062 Par., Foncault, 18 18. 8^ 

6 vols, with 6 plates (30 fr.). 

Enlarged and finer than the preceding. 
There are some copies on vellum-paper. 

19063 — les amours de Roger et de 

Gertrude. Par., Didot, 1780. 18°. 

Histoire d'Aloise de Livarot. ib., 

id., 1780. i8^ Lettres de Mylady 

Juliette Catesby. ib., id., 1780. 

i8^ 

There is a copy of these 3 pieces on vel- 
lum in the Royal library at Paris. 

19064 RICETTARIO Fiorentino. 

Fir., eredi di Bn. Giunti, 1567. 

fol. 

A fine edition of this word-standard 
work, dted by the academy deUa Crusca. 
The following editions are enlarged and 
also dted. Ftr., GhtnHy 1573 (at the end 
1574). fol. t^., MaretcMf 1597. foL t^., 
Ceeconcetti, 1623. fol. ib., VanpelitHy 1670. 
foi. ib., Cecehi, 1696. fol. The last time, 
Ven. i8o2. 4''. The editions, Fir. 1498. 
fol. (the first edition), and Fir., Torren* 
tinoy 1550. fol. are scarce. 



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16T7 



19065 RICHA, Gius. Notizie isto- 
riche delle cbiese Florentine. Fir. 
1754. 4^ fo vols, with plates (80 
paoli.) 

19066 (RICHARD sans paour.) S'en 
suyt le rommant de Kichard sans 
paour, due de Normandie, lequel 
tut filz de Robert le Dyable, et fut 
par sa prudence roy d'Angleterre. 
Par., Denys Jeannot, without date. 
4**. Gothic letter. 

19067 — — Par., Sim. Calvarin, 
without date. 4°. Gothic letter. 

19068 — Sensuit le romant de Ri- 
chart sans paour due de normadie, 
le ql fut filz ne Robert le dyable et 
fut p sa prudence roy Dangleterre 
lequel fist plusieurs nobles coquestes 
et vaillaces. Par., Lotrian et Janot, 
without date. 4°. Gothic letter. 

34 leaves, with the signatures A-E. 

19069 — histoire du redoute prince 
Richard sans peur, due de Nor- 
mandie : Lequel fut fils de Robert 
surnomme le Diable. Par., N. et 
Pt. Bonfons, without date. 4''. In 

2 columns. 

19070 — histoire du redout^ prince 
Richard sans Peur, due de Nor- 
mandie, et par sa proesse, Roy 
d'Angleterre. Par., Bonfons, with- 
out date. 4°. 

19071 — histoire de Richard Sans 
Peur due de Normandie. Troyes, 
without date (17th century). 8°. 
with woodcuts. 

19072 — histoire de Richard sans 
peur, due de Normandie, fils de 
Robert le Diable. Qui par pru- 
dence fiit Roi d'Angleterre, et fit 
de belles Conquetes et vaillances. 
Troyes, veuve de Jac, Oudot, with- 
out date ( 1 7 1 5)> 8°. with woodcuts, 
47 pages. 

Badly printed (Wolfenb.) — Also in the 
BibUoth. bleue. Par. 1769 or 75. 8". 

3 vols. 

19073 (RICHARD.) At the end. 
Thus endeth the story of the noble 
kynge Rycharde cuer lyon. Lond., 
Wynkyn de Worde, 1509. 4®. 

with the signatures ^-Q. The ez- 
ti-emely scarce first edition, the existence of 



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which haa been doubted. Dewaibed in 
I>ibdin*s Md, AUhorp, I. 193. 

19074 — Kynge Rycharde cuer de 
lyon. Lond., Wynkyn de Worde, 
1525. 4°. Gothic letter. 

A copy, in which the last 2 leaves were 
wanting, was sold at a London sale in 
1815 for 40I. Warton mentions another 
edition, W. C. (Copland ?) without date. 
It is an old Enf^lish translation in rhyme 
of a French orii^inal. An extract edited 
after several MSS. is in Ellis's Specu- 
mens qf early English metrical romances, 
II. 180-279, ^^^ A" impression of the text 
of 1528 in H. Weber's Metrical romances 
qfthe 13-15 century^ vol. i. 

19075 RICHARD of Cirencester. A 
description of Britain, translated 
from Richard of Cirencester, with 
the original treatise De situ Bri- 
tauniae, and a commentary on the 
itinerary. Lond. 1809. 8°. with 
maps (i8s., on large paper il. i6s.) 

19076 RICHARD, Charl. L. Die 
tionnaire universel des sciences ec- 
cl^iastiques. Par. 1760. fol. 6 
▼oil. 

19077 — analyse des conciles. Par. 
1772-77.4°. 5 voU. 

Translated into Latin by J. Ant. Dal- 
masus. AV, 1778-82. 8^ 5 voU. 

19078 RICHARDS, Th. Antiquae 
linguae britannicae thesaurus, being 
a British or Welsh-English dic- 
tionary and grammar. Bristol^ 
1759. 8^ 

The grammar was reprinted in 1804 and 
the lexicon in 1798 in 12°. 

RICHARDSON, see Orakoer. 

19079 RICHARDSON. Iconology, 
or a collection of emblematical fi- 
gures^ containing 424 remarkable 
subjects, moral and instructive^ in 
which are displayed the beauty of 
virtue and deformity of vice. Lond. 
1779. fol. 2 vols, with plates. 

Set down by Longman at lo guineas. 

19080 RICHARDSON, C. Illus- 
trations of English philology. Lond. 
1814. 4^ (il. 5s.) 

19081 RICHARDSON, G. Book 
of ceilings in the style of the an- 
tique grotesque. Lond. 1776. fol. 

19062 — treatise on the five orders 



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of architecture. Lond. 1787. fol. 
with 22 plates. 

19083 — collection of chimney.pieces, 
ornamented in the style of the 
Etruscan, Greek, and Roman archi- 
tecture, with descriptions in Eng- 
lish and French. Lond. 1781. fol. 
with 36 plates. 

19084 — designs in architecture, 
plans, elevations, and sections for 
buildings, with descriptions, French 
and English. (Also, Nouveaux 
desseins d'architecture etc) Lond. 
1792. fol. with 44 plates. 

19085 — the new Vitruvius britan- 
nicus, or plans and elevations of 
modern buildings, public and pri- 
vate, erected in Great Britain by 
the most celebrated architects. 
Lond., Bulmcr, 1802. fol. 2 vols, 
with 142 plates (11 guineas). 

19086 RICHARDSON, J. Diction- 
ary, Persian, Arabic, and English ; 
and English, Persian, and Arabic. 
Oxf., Clarendon press, 1777-80. 
fol. 2 vols. Also, ib. 1800. fol. 

2 vols. (12I. I2S.) 

19087 New edit, with numer- 
ous additions and improvements by 
Charles Wilkins. Lond., Bulmer, 
1806. large 4°. 2 vols. (12I. 12s., 
on large paper 21I.) 

19088 — the same dictionary, abridg- 
ed by D. Hopkins. Lond. 1810. 8°. 
(il. i6s.) 

19089 — dissertation on the lan- 
guage, literature, and manners, of 
eastern nations. Oxf. 1778. S^ 

It first appeared as an appendix to the 
above lexicon, and is here enlarged one 
half. In German by F. Federau, Lpz. 
1779. 8*. (id.) 

19090 — a grammar of the Arabic 
language. Lond. 1 776 or 1 81 1 . 4°. 
(188.) 

19091 — oriental. Bibliothek oder 
Worterbuch des Orients, ein stark 
vermehrter Auszug aus dem pers. 
arab.Worterbuche (von Sm. F.Gth. 
Wahl). Lemgo, Mever, 1788-92. 
8°. 3 voll. (2 d. 8 gr.') 

19092 RICHARDSON, Jonathan. 
Works, intended as a supplement 



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to Walpole's anecdotes of painters, 
pnblished'by Josh. Reynolds. Lond. 
1792. 4^ with plates. 

19093 RICHARDSON, Sm. Works, 
containing sir Charles Ghrandison, 
Pamela, and Clarissa Harlowe, with 
a sketch of his life and writings bjr 
£. Alangin. Lond., Miller, 181 1. 
small 8^ 1 9 vols. (7I. 12s.) 

This editimi is finer than that of Lond. 
18 10. 13°. 9 vols, which is exhibited sepa- 
rately in the following articles. 

19094 — Pamela, or virtue re- 
warded. Lond. 1742, or 54, or 71. 
8^ 4 vols. Lond. 18 10. 12^ 4 
vols. (1I.) Lond. 1796. large 8°. 
in small characters. 

Abridged in French by Pr^ost, Lond. 
(Par.), 1749. ia°. 4 vols. In Dutch, 
Amgt. 1 744. 8°. 4 vds. In German (by 
F. Schniit), Lieffnitz, 1772. 8"*. 4 vols, 
with plates (3 d.). In Swedish, Wesierasj 
1783- 8*. 

19095 — history of sir Charles Oran- 

dison. Lond. 1754. 8^. 6 vols. 

ib. 1762 or 70. 8®. 7 vols. Lond. 

1796 or 181 2. large 8^ in smaU 

characters (il. is.). Lond. 18 to. 

12°. 7 vols. (il. IIS. 6d.) 

Abridged in French by Provost, Anut. 
(Par.), 1755. 13°. 8 voll. In Dutch, 
Amst. 17. . . 8**. 7 voU. In German, Lpx, 
1780. 8*. 7 voll. with plates (4 d.) 

19096 — history of Miss Clarissa 

Harlowe. Lond. 1751. 8°. 7 vols. 

ib. 1774 or 85. 8". 8 voll. ib. i8to. 

12°. 8 voU. (il. i6s.) 

Abridged in French by Provost, Lond. 
(Par.), 1751. 13°. 12 parts in 6 vols. En- 
tire by Leunirneur, Geneve, 1785-86. 8°. 
10 vols, with plates by Chodowiecki. In 
Dutch by J. Stinstra, Harlinff., 1752-55. 
8"*. 8 voll. In German by L. Theobul 
Kns^arten, Lpz. 1790-93. 8". 8 vols, 
with plates (16 d.) 

19097 — correspondence with his 
friends and account of his life, by 
Mrs. Barbauld. Lond. 1804. 8°. 
6 vols, with plates (2I. 53.) 

RICHARDUS Dunelmensis, see 

BURI. 

19098 RICHARDUS a Sancto Vic- 
tore. Opera accurate castigata et 
eniendata, cum vita ipsius antehac 



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1679 



nasquam edita. Rothomagi, Ber- 
thelin, 1650. fol. 

Previously, Co/. Affr., Gymn ieuMy i6ai. 
4'. 

19099 — opera omnia. Par., J. Pe- 
tit, 1518. fol. 

8 leaves of preliminary matter, 153 and 
III numbered leaves in 2 columns with 
65 lines. A copy on vellum in the Royal 
library at Paris. 

19100 — super divina trinitate theo- 
logicum opus. Par., H. Stephanus, 
15 10. 4". 

100 numbered leaves. A copy on vel- 
lum in the Royal library at Paris (previ- 
ously Valliere 80 fr., and McCarthy 140 
fr.). 

19101 RICHARDUS judex Venu- 
sius. Libellus Richardi judicis Ve- 
nusii tractans de matrimonio duo- 
rum senum videlicet Paulini et 
Polle Fulcone mediatore tribula- 
tionibus et diffortuniis multis fati- 
gato eorundem nihilominus spon- 
salia ut promiserat perficiente. 
Without place or date. 4°. Gothic 
letter. 

30 leaves with 37 lines in a full pag«, 
and the signatures a-€L Not noticed in 
Panzer, nor is the author himself noticed 
in Leyteri hut. poetarum and Fabricii 
bibl. med. et inf. kit. This poem written 
in elegiac verse and dedicated to the em- 
peror Frederic I. was already dted in 
UieremuB judicis compendium moralitimy 
who was dead in 1300, under the title, 
Liber de pertractatione nuptiarum, see 
Bandini Bibl. Leop. II. 48. A MS. of it 
is descrilied in Miilin Mag. encycl, 1795. 
IV. 88. In leaf i8* follows another poem 
in heroic verse, Carmen de stuiiUia Bertm, 

19102 RICHELET, Pt. Diction- 
naire de la langue frangaise anci- 
enne et moderne. Nouv. ^d. re- 
vue, corrigee et augm. (par CI. Pt. 
Goujet.) Lyon, Duplain, 1759 or 
63. fol. 3 voll. 

The edition, ^ff»/. 1732. 4^ 3 vols, (super- 
intended by Du Sauzet) is also sought 
after on aocmmt of its beautiful printing. 
But the abridgment, the last time (by Gat- 
tel), Lyony 1819. 8^ 3 vols, is more sought 
after. According to the Longueruana I. 
95, Patru was the real author of this lezi- 
am. In an earlier edition under the word 
CanaiUe, there is an epigram {on dit qu'en^ 
trant en Paradis), which was forced to be 
left out in the later editions. Also the ar- 



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ticle JistUiea is said to have fuffered subee- 
quent mutilations. 

19103 RICHELIEU, L. Fr. Armand 
du Plessis. M^moires du mar^chal 
de Richelieu (publics par Soula- 
vie). Par. 1790. 8^. 9 voll. 

RICHER. Mercure fran9., see 
Chronologie. 

19104 RICHERAND, Anthelme. 
Nouyeaux Clemens de physiologie. 
Ed. 8. corr. et augm. Par. 1820. 
8^. 2 voll. Des erreurs populaires 
relatives h la m6decine. Par. 1810. 
8°. In German, Lpz. 1 8 1 1 . 8°. 
(12 gr.) Nosographie chirurgicale. 
Ed. IV. Par. 18 15. 8°. 4 voll. 
In German by H. Robbi. Lpz. 
1819-20. 8**. 2 voll. (3 d. 12 

19105 RICHTER, G. Glo. Opus- 
cula medica, collecta studio J. Ch. 
Gli. Ackermanni. Ff. et Lps., 
Fleischer, 1780-81. 4°. 3 voll. 

(5 d. 8 grO 

19106 RICOLDUS. Contra sectam 
mahumeticam libellus (per Bm. 
Pincernum e grseco in lat. con- 
versus, cum preef. Jac. Fabri). Par., 
H. Stephanus, 1509. 4^. 

62 leaves with 41 lines. Three copies on 
vellum in the Royal library at Paris (one 
of them previously 76 fr. Valliere, 46 fr. 
McCarthy.) 

19107 RIDDELL. Picturesque views 
of the principal mountains of the 
world, designed and painted by 
Rb. And. Riddell; to which are 

^ added, a geographical and physical 
account of mountains, their mineral 
composition etc. by Jos. Wilson. 
Lond. 1807. large 4°. 3 vols, with 
illuminated plates (3 1 guineas). 

19108 RIDINGER, J. El. Vorstel- 

lung der Pferde nach ihren Haupt- 

farben. Description du cheval. 

Augsb. Without date, large 4**. 

A title-plate, 39 pages of text, and 50 
illuminated plates. 

19109 — das in seiner grossen Man- 
nigfaltigkeit geschilderte Thier. 
reich. Representations des ani- 
maux selon leur grande vari^t^. 



RID 

Without place or date (Augsb., 
about 1768). large fol. 2 vols. 

The 1st vol. A title-plate (containing 
Ridinger*8 portrait), 24 and 20 pages of 
text, I leaf of index, and 65 illuminated 
plates. 2nd vol. a title-plate, 10 and 17 
pages of text, i leaf of index, and 65 illU' 
minated plates. 

19110 — I'art de monter k cheval. 
Augsb., Wolf, 1722. fol. 

I title-plate, and a 2 plates. 

19111 — Vorstellungen der vortreffl. 
Fiirstenlust oder der edlen Jagt. 
barkeit. Representation des diver- 
tissemens des grands seigneurs. 
Augsb. 1729. oblong fol. 

1 title and 36 plates. 

19112 — le nouveau man^e, repr^- 
sentant Thomme de cheval parfait 
dans tons ses exercices. Augsb. 
1 734. large fol. with 20 plates. 

19113 — contemplatio ferar. bestiar. 
Betrachtung der wilden Thiere. 

Augsb. 1736. oblong fol. 
f title-plate and 40 plates. 

19114 — gnindl. Beschreibung u. 
Vorstellung der wilden Thiere. 

Augsb. 1738. large fol. 

2 leaves text, and 8 plates. 

19115 — Entwurf einiger Thiere, 
wie solche nach ihren unterschie- 
denen Arten, Actionen u. Leiden, 
schaften nach dem Leben gezeich- 
net. Augsb. 1738-54. small fol. 
7 parts. 

Kach part has i title, and all the 7 parts 
together, 19 pages of text, and 126 plates. 

19116 — Abbildung der jagtbaren 

Thiere. Augsb. 1 740. large fol. 
I title, 2 leaves of text, and 23 plates. 

19117 — lehrreiche Fabeln aus dem 
Reiche der Thiere. 1-4. Versuch. 
Augsb. i744< large fol. with 16 
plates. 

19118 — nach der Natur entworfene 
Vorstellungen, wie alles hoch u. 
niedere Wild . . . gefangen wird. 
Augsb. 1750. oblong fol. 7 parts 
with 28 plates. 

19119 — tiirkischer Pferdeaufbutz. 
Augsb. 1752. oblong fol. 

I title and 36 plates. 

19120 — Parforcejagt. Augsb. 1 756. 
oblong fol. with 16 plates. 

19121 — chasse au cerf et chasse au 



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sanglier. Without place or date. 
2 very large leaves. 
19122 — chasseurs au tir et au vol. 
Without place or date. fol. 
1 1 leaves by M. E. Ridinger. 

19123^ — repr^ntation et descrip- 
tion de toutes les legons des che- 
vaux de man^^ et de campagne 
(en alien), et fr.) Augsb. 1760. 
lai|^ 4°. with 46 plates. 

191231^ — remarques du carousel. 
Augsb. 1761. large 4^ with 16 
plates. 
UsuaHj with the preceding. 

19124 — die von verschiedeuen Ar- 
ten der Hunde behezte jagtbare 
Thia«. Augsb. 1 76 1, large fol. 

3 1 platet with the title. 

19125 — Vorstellung der wunder. 
samsten Hirsche sowohl als andrer 
beaonderl. Thiere. Representation 
de quelques cerfis. Augsb. 1768. 
large fol. with 100 plates. 

The earlier editions contain fiawer plates, 
tmt better impressions. 

19126 RIDINGER, J. £1. Ereig- 
nisse u. VorfEdlenheiten bey der 
Jagd. Augsb. 1778. large fol. with 
44 plates. 

19127 RIDOLFI, C. Le maraviglie 
dell' arte overo le vite degl' illustri 
pittori Veneti e dello stato. Ven., 
I^ava, 1 648. 4^. 2 vols, with plates. 

The ist ToL has i title-plate, the au- 
tlior*s portrait alter the prefiuse, and so 
other portraits. The md vol. i title-plate, 
the anthor^s portrait, and 16 other por- 



RIDLEY, Jam., see Ch. Morbll. 

19128 RIED, Th. Codex chronolo- 
gico^^plomaticus episcopatus Ra- 
tifllwnensis. Ratisb. 1816. 4^ a 
voll. (9 fl. 36 kr.) 

19129 RIEDEL, Gli. F. Tabul® 

regni animalis, omnes VI. classes 

animalium comprehendentes. Rie- 

del in v., del. et sculps. (Augsh.), 

without date, large fol. 

1 parts of 23 and 14 plates with 756 
small representations. 

19130 — Sammlung von Federvieb, 
besonders Hausgefliigel. Augsb., 

VOIa IV. 



RIM 1581 

without date, small fol. with 26 
plates. 

19131 RIEDEL. F. Just. Sammt- 
liche Schriften. Wien, Kurz. 
beck, 1785-87. 8*>. 5 voll. (3 d. 

19132 RIEMER, Jac. van. Be- 
schryving van's Gravenhage. Delft, 
^ 730-39- fol- 3 vols, with plates. 

19133 RIESE, Ad. Rechenung auff 
der linihen vnd fedem in zal, mass 
vnd gewicht auff allerley handie- 
rung. Erf., Mth. Maler, 1525. 8°. 

The 2nd edition of this celebrated book of 
calculation. Afterwards, Erf. 1530. 8**. and 
often. 

19134 RIGALTIU8, N. Glossarium 
rwcrucov fii^ofiap^pow, Lut., Morel- 
lus, 1601. 4^ 

See also Auctorks finium remind, and 
'IEPAK020«I0N. 

19135 RIKEL. Speculum conver- 
sionis peccatorum magistri Dion, 
de Leuuis alias Rikel ordinis car- 
thusiensis. Alosti in Flandria, 1473. 
4°. Gothic letter, 27 leaves with 
33 lines. 

The first dated Flemish typographical 
TOoduction, probably from the press of 
Theodoric. Martinus. 

19136 RIME diverse di molti eccel- 
lentissimi autori, nuovam. raccolte 
da L. Domenichi. Libro I. Ven., 
Giolito, 1545, or 46, or 49. 8^. 
Rime di diversi nobili uomini, libro 
II. ib.,id., 1547 or 48.8*^. Libro III. 
delle rime di diversi autori (race, 
da L. Domenichi). ib., id., 1550. 
8^. Rime di diversi autori (race, 
da Ercole Bottrigaro), libro IV. 
Bol. 155 1. 8^ Rime di diversi il- 
lustri Napolitani, nuovam. raccolte 
(da L. Dolce), libro V. Ven., 
Giolito^ '55 5* S*'. (previously, ib. 

1552. 8°. with the title, libro 
terzo). II VI. libro delle rime di 
diversi eccellenti autori (raccolto 
da Arrivabene). Ven., Bonelli, 

1553. 8°. Rime di diversi signori 
Napolitani etc. nuovam. raccolte da 
L. Dolce, libro VII. Ven., Gioli- 
to, 1556. 8°. Very scarce. I fiori 
delle rime di poeti illustri, raccolti 

51^ 



158S 



RIM 



ed ordinate da OiroL Ruacelli. 
Ven. 1558 or 59. 8°. Rime di di- 
versi autori eccellentissimi (race, 
da Girol. Offredi), libro IX. Cre- 
mona^ Conti, 1560. 8"^. 

This ooUection in o vols, is very seldom 
found complete, and is greatly prized. 

19137 RIME di diversi ed eccellen- 
tissimi autori in lingua Siciliana, 
con le riposte di Fr. Potenzano. 
Nap., Salviani^ 1582. 12°. 

19138 RIME oneste de' migliori 
poeti antichi e modemi, scelte da 
Ang. Mazzoleni. Ed. 3. Bassano, 
Remondini, 1777. 12°. 2 voll. 
Ed. VII. ib. 1816. I2^ 2 voll. 

Previously, Bergamo^ 1750. 12**. 1 voU. 

19139 RIME scelte de* poeti Raven, 
nati antichi e modemi defunti (race, 
da Pt. P. Oinanni). Ravenna, 
1739.8°. 

19140 RIME di pentimento spiri- 

tuale, tratte dai canzonieri de' piii 

celebri autori antichi e moderni. 

Bergamo, Locatelli, 1765. 8^ — 

Ed. III. Mil., Silvestri, 1821. 

l6^ 
See also Atavaoi, Dolce, Maoaono, 

SOMBTTI. 

RINALDINI, Pamfilo, see Rbnal- 

DIXI. 

19141 RINALDO apassionato^ nel 

Suale si contiene battaglie d'arme e 
'amore. Ven. 1538. 8°. ib., 1586 

or 1628. 8°. Siena, 1576. 12°. 

A poem in 5 cantos. See also Diiro, 
Ikkamobamento and Reokault de 
Montauban. 

RIN6MANN, see Philbsius. 

19142 RINMAN, Sveno. Berg. 
verks-Lexicon. Sth., 1788-89. 4°. 
2 voll. 

19143 RINUCCINI, OtUvio. La 
Dafhe, rappresentazione in versi. 
Fir., Marescotti, 1600. 4°. 

Commonly oonsidered as the first opera ; 
an edition dted by the academy della 
Cnisca. The best edition (by L. Clasio) 
is Fir. i8ro. 4^ The edition, Fir, 1608. 
fol. contains also the music for this opera 
by Man» da Oagliano. 

19144 — drammi musical!. Livomo, 

Masi, 1802. 8^ 

Containing his Dqfne^ Ewidiee^ and 



HIT 

Arianna, A fine and correct edition, su- 
perintended by Pofip^ali. 

RIO, see Delrio. 

RIOJA, Fr. de, poesias, in Fernan- 
dez's Collection, T. 18. 

19145 RIOW, St. Grecian orders 
of architecture, delineated and ex- 
plained from the antiquities of 
Athens. Lond. 1768. fol. with 
plates. 

19146 RIPA, Cesare. Iconologia, 
accresciuta d'annotazioni e di ^tti 
da Ces. Orlandi. Perugia, 1764- 
67. 4°. 5 vols, with plates. 

19147 — iconologie ou la science des 
emblemes, devises etc* trad, par J. 
Baudouin. Amst.,Braakman, 1698. 
small 8°. 2 vols, with plates. 

The edition, Par. 1644. foL with plates, 
by Jac. de Brie, is inferior. 

RIPAMONTIUS, see Calchi. 

19148 RITRATTI di alcuni celebri 
pittori del secolo 17. disegnati ed 
intagliati in rame da Ottavio Li- 
oni, con le vite de' medesimi. Si k 
aggiunta la vita di C. Maratti scrit- 
ta da 6i. Pt. Bellori, non piii stam- 
pata. Roma, Amidei, 1731. 4^ 
with 12 portraits. 

19149 RITSON, Jos. {anon,) An- 
cient songs from the time of king 
Henry III. to the revolution. 
Lond., Johnson, 1790. 8°. (6s.) 

19150 — {anon.) Scotish songs. 
Lond., Johnson, 1794. 8^ 2 vols, 
with the music. 

19151 — {anon.) a select collection 

of Engliaii songs. Lond., Johnson, 

1793. 8®. 3 vols. (l2S.) 

A new edition by Th. Park, Lond. 181 3. 
8®. 3 vols, with woodcuts (2I. as.) 

19152 — English anthology. Lond. 
1793. 8°. 3 vols. (2I. 8s.) 

19153 — pieces of ancient popular 
poetry. Lond. 1791. 8^. 

19154 — Robin Hood, a collection 
of all the ancient poems, songs, and 
ballads, now extant^ relative to that 
celebrated English outlaw. Lond. 
'795- 8^ 2 vols. ib. 1820. 12^ 
2 vols. (f28.) 

19155 — ancient English metrical 



RIT 

Tomances. Lond. 1802. 8^ 3 vols, 
(il. 78.) 

19156 — bibliographia poetica ; a 
catalogue of the Engliui poets of 
the 12th to the i6th centuries, 
with account of their works. Lond. 
1802. 8°. (98.) 

19157 — poems on interesting events 
in the reign of king Edward III. 
written in the year 1352 by Lr. 
Minot Lond. 1795. 8°. 

19158 — northern Garlands. Lond. 
1810. 8^ 

RITTAN6EL, see Jezirah. 

HITTER vom Turn, see Cheva. 
LiBB. — der weisse, see Herpin. 

19159 RITTERSHUSIUS, G. De 

pace conclusiones et controversiae 

selectiores. Nrb. 1618. 4". 

A copy on vellam in the Royal library 
at Munich. 

19160 RITTERSHUSIUS, N. Ge- 
neal<^ae imperator., r^um, du- 
cum, comitum praecipuorumque ali- 
or. procerum orbis christiani de- 
ductse ab a. Chr. 1400-1 564. 
Ed. III. Tub., Reisius, 1664. fol. 
(Jac. W. Imhofii) Spicilegii Pars I. 
et II. ib. 1683-85. fol. 2 voll. 
Brevis exegesis histories genealo- 
^arum imperator. etc. ib. 1674. 
Tabulie genealog. illustrium aliquot 
fiEuniliarum. ib. 1668. fol. 

RITUALE Romanum, see Cata- 

I^ANI. 

19161 RITUALE ecdesiar. Dani. 
car. et Norvegicar. lat. redditum 
per Pt. Terpager. Havn. 1 706. 8°. 

Only 70 copies were printed. 

19162 RITUS celebrandi missam. 

Rothomagi, 1623. fol. 
A copy on vellum in BiU. Harlei. III. 212. 

19163 RIVAROL, Ant. de. CEuvres 
completes. Par. 1808. 8**. 5 volL 

RIVAL, see Durival. 

RIVAUTELLA, see Marmora 
Taurin. 

19164 RIVE, J. Jos. Essai sur 
I'art de verifier Tage des minia- 
tures peintes dans les manuscrits 
depuis le 14. si^cle jusqu'au 17. 



RIV 



1588 



Without place or date. fol. 26 
leaves, painted and ornamented with 
gold. Prospectus d'un ouvrage 
propose par souscription par I'abb^ 
Rive. {Par., Didot), 1782. 12*. 
70 pages. 

A very good pbo, bat not entirely exe- 
cuted. Rive selected the miniatures from 
the MSS. of the duke of Valli^re, whom 
librarian he was, but the explanatory text, 
which ia the principal thin((, he left un- 
supplied, and the representations which he 
has giren are chamd with want of fidelity 
and of taste. Oiuy 80 copies were pre- 
pared, the subscription price of which was 
35 louis d*or. A copy on vellum in the 
Royal library at Paris. Consult Valli^re^s 
CaiaL T. I. Suppl, p. 78 sq. Dibdin*s 
Decameron^ T. I. p. XXII. sq. 

19165 — etrennes aux joueurs de 
cartes. Eclaircissemens historiques 
et critiques sur I'invention des car- 
tes a jouer. Par., (Didot,) 1780. 
12°. 48 pages. 

Also 4 copies in 8°. on vellum (79 fr. 
Limare, 64 fr. Gouttard, 91 fr. M^on, 60 
fr. Thierry), and 100 copies on lai^ge paper 
in 8*. Reprinted in Singer's Researches 
inio the history o/plapinff cards. 

19166 — diverses notices calligraphi- 

ques et typogr. (ou notice sur le 

traits M8. de Galeotto Martio de 

excellentibus). Par. 1785. 8°. 16 

pages. 

Only 100 copies, and i o^y on vellum 
in4^ 

19167 — la chasse aux bibliographes 
et antiquaires mal advises, par un 
des ^l^ves que Mr. Rive a laiss^s 
dans Paris (par Rive lui-mtoe). 
Lond., (Aix), 1789. 8^. 2 voll. 

Of this violent satire against several 
bibliqgrephers, particularly against Mercier 
de St. L^er, only 300 copies were printed, 
50 of which contain the ist vol. on Dutch 
paper, and the 2nd on writing paper. 

19168 — histoire crit. de la pyramide 
de Cajus Sestius. Par., Didot, ^7^7' 
fol. with 7 plates. 

It forms the 3rd vol. to Sante Bartoli^s 
paintings (see Saxte\ but it is to be had 
also by itself. On v^um 95 fr. Lamy. — 
Concerning Rive, who was weU informed, 
but passionate, and not free from eharla-' 
tanerie, see Dibdin*s Tour, II. 381 sq. 
where is also his portrait. 

RIVERA, see Ribbra. 
5L9 



1584 



RIV 



19169 RIVETUS, And. Opera 
theologica. Rott., Leers^ 1651. 
fol. 3 voll. 

RIVINUS, And., see Medici, No. 
13518. 

19170 RIVINUS, A. Quirin. In. 

troductio generalis in rem herba- 

riam. Lps. 1690-99. fol. 3 parts. 

Prized, and not common. The ist part 
contains 125 plates, the 2nd 121, and the 
3rd 139. Some copies have several sup- 
plemental plates besides. 

19171 RIVOLA, Pr. Grammaticas 

Armense libri IV. Mediol., typ. 

collegii Ambros., 1624. 4°. 
Also, Par. 1634. 4^ 

19172 «- dictionarium armenoJat. 
Medio!., typ. coll. Ambros., 1621. 
fol. 

Also, Par. 1633. 4°. The author wrote 
this lexicon from the mouth of an ignorant 
Armenian. It is fiiU of barbarisms, and 
devoid of pure words. 

RIXNER, see Ruxner. 
RIZZI, see Zannoni. 

19173 ROBBIG, Just. Reinh. Co- 
dex criticus h. e. Robigaliorum li- 
bri XII. Tom. I. Lemgov., Coc- 
caeus, 16 10. Tom. II. Hagie 
Schaumburg., Reineking, 16 19. 4°. 

2 voU. 

Lexicon novum traetatum conHnetu de 
rebus criHcU. RinielH, Wagner, 1622. 4". 
is only a new title, and both vols, united 
into one. 

19174 ROBERT. Le tr^r de 
Tame. Par., Ant. V^rard, with- 
out date (about 1497-) fol. Gothic 

letter. 

6 leaves of preliminary matter, 8f num- 
bered leaves, and i leaf with the printer's 
symbol, in 2 columns with 35 lines. A 
copy on vellum in the Royal library at 
Paris (previously Valliire 162 fr., and 204 
fr. MK^arthy). A second copy with an- 
other symbol was successively possessed by 
Goudcault (17 liv.), Sdle (55 liv.), Oaignat 
(99 liv. 19s.), and Vallihie (132 Uv.). 

ROBERT of Cysille, an old Eng- 
lish romance in rhyme, and still 
unprinted. Extracts may be found 
in Ellis's Specimens of early Eng- 
lish metrical romances^ III. 143 sq. 

19175 ROBERT le Diable. La vie 



ROB 

du terrible Robert le Diable, lequel 
apr^s fut nomm^ lomme Dieu. Ly- 
on, Mareschal, 1496. 4^. Gothic 
letter. 

A very scarce edition. Concerning this 
romance of the 1 2th century, see Hi^ UU. 
de la France, T. VII. p. LXXIX. Me- 
langes Hr. d^une grande ML V. 177. 

19176 — la vie du terrible Robert le 
Diable. Par., N. de la Barre, 1497. 
4"^. Gothic letter. 

19177 — la terrible et merveiUeuse 
vie de Robert le Diable, lequel 
apr^ fut nomm^ lliomme-diea. 
(Par.), J. Herouf, without date. 
4°. Gothic letter. 

Sold at the duke of Mariboroagfa*8 sale 
in 18 19 for 6L los. 

19178 — la terrible Et merueilleuae 

vie de Robert Le Dyable. (Par.), 

Denis Janot, without date. 4°. G^ 

thic letter. 
20 leaves, with the signatures A^D. 

19179 — la terrible et merveiUeuse 
vie de Robert le Diable. Troyea, 
without date. 8^. with wood, 
cuts. 

19180 — la terrible et merveilleuae 
vie de Robert le Diable^ lequel 
apr^s fut homme de bien. Troyes, 
veuve Jac. Oudot, 17 15. 8°. with 
woodcuts. 

54 pages and 1 leaf. Badly printed* 
(WolfenbUttel.) 

19181 — la terrible et merveiUeuse 
vie de Robert le Diable. Rouen, 
without date. 8**. 

Also in the BibRoih. bleue. Par. 1769 
or 75. 8". 2 voll. 

19182 — the famous, true, and histo- 

ricall life of Robert, second duke 

of Normandy, surnamed Robin the 

Divell. Lond., Busbie, 1591. 4^. 

Sold for 14I. at the duke of Marlbo- 
rough's sale. Concerning an eariier edi- 
tion of 20 leaves by Wynkyn de Worde, 
see Beloe^ Anecdotes, 1. 425 sq., where 
there are also extracts from it. 

19183 — Roberte de Deuyll. A me- 
trical romance, from an ancient iL. 
luminated manuscript. Lond. 1 798. 
8°. with 14 plates, 58 pages. 

19184 ROBERT de Vaugondy, 
Atlas universel ou recueil de cartes 



ROB 

geographiques. Par. 1757. large 
fbl. Also on larse paper. 

108 lampB ahoffeuer including the 5 
maps of roads. The new oopies are en- 
laiged with 9 maps, but oontain very bad 
imprenions. The imaU atlas of the same 
aathor in oblong 4*. contains 54 maps 
(ay fir.) There is a list of his geqgraphiod 
works in JSmwiMng*MWoAeiUL NeuArr»i 775. 
p. 81-86. 

19185 ROBERTI, 61. Bt. Opere. 
Basaano, 1797. 12^ 15 voll. 

ROBERTO, re di Genualemme^ 
see Pbtbabca, No. 16421. 

ROBERTS, 6q.» see Marmora 
OxoN. No. 13164. 

ROBERTS, Pt., see Chronicle, 
No. 4150. 

19186 ROBERTS, Th. Indian gloa- 
sary, consisting of some thousand 
words and terms commonly used in 
the East Indies. Lond. 1800. 8^ 

19187 ROBERTSON, Archibald. 
Topographical survey of the great 
road from London to Bath and 
Bristol. Lond. 1792. large 8^ 
2 Yols. with 65 plates. 

19188 ROBERTSON, Abr. Secti- 
onum conicar. libri VII. Ox. 1 792. 
4°. — Geometrical treatise of conic 
sections. Ox. 1 802 or 1 808. 8^ (8s.) 

19189 ROBERTSON, J. Elements 
of navigation, containing the theory 
and practice, with the necessary 
tables. Lond. 1772 or 86. 8^ 2 voll. 

19190 ROBERTSON, Will. His- 
tory of the reign of the emperor 
Charles V. Lond. 1 769. 4^. 3 vols. 

There are several London editions in 3 
or 4 vob. 8^. an of which are valuable. 
The last time^ Land, 1813. 8^ 4 vols. 
(iL IIS.) Also, ib. 1817. Ia^ 4^ols* (i3s.) 
— Storia del regno deiP imp. Carlo V, 
CoAmto, 1774. I2^ 6 volL Hut. du rlgne 
de Charlet V. {trad, par Suard). Par. 
1771. 4**. a ToU. Ck>rreGted, Par. 1827. 8°. 
4 voIL f 34 fr., also on vdlum paper). As 
to thb last edition, consult a letter of Fr. 
de Ncnfchateau in MilRn AnnaL encyd. 
1817. II. 288 sq. Getdiiehie der Regier. 
Kau. Carle F., Ube. von Jul. Aug. Remer. 

Breehw. 1793-04* ^- 3 ^^ (5 ^* ^ fS^-) 
Hutorie van Karel de vgfde. RtM. 1778. 
8^6vott.(I3fl.) 

19191 — history of Scotland, during 
the reigns 01 queen Mary and of 



ROB 



1585 



king James II. Lond. 1771. 4^ 
2 vols. 

Often reprinted. Among the most re- 
cent editions are, Land. 1809, or 11, or 17. 
8^ 3 vols. ( il. IS.) Lond. 1811. 8% 3 vols. 
(iL IS.) — Stotia di Scoxia. Land. 1784. 
8^ 4 volL Hitt. d'Eooese {trad, par N. 
Pt. Beeeet de la Chapelle). Lond. et Par. 
1764. 13**. 3 voll. Nouv, 6dU. revue, corr. 
et ttugm. (par AforeUet). Lond. 1773. 13**. 
4 voU. The translation by Blavet, Par. 
1785. 13°. 3 vob., and that bv Campenon, 
Par. 1 83 1. 8°. 3 vols, are different from 
these. Geeeh. von SchotHand, Hba. von Mth. 
Thdr. Cp. MUteletddt. Breehw. 1763. S\ 

2 voll. (3d. 13 gr.) 

19192 — history of America. Lond. 
1777. large 4°. 2 vols. 

Often reprinted in 4 vols. 8**. and in 1 3^ 
The editions Lond. 1800, or 13, or 17. 8^ 4 
vols. (1I. I3S.) are enlarged with a 9th and 
I oth book,which first appeared by themsdres 
in 1 798.— In Armenian by Minas Caspar* 
janz, Triette, 1784-86. 8^ 3 voU. Storia 
d' America, trad, da Ant. Pillori. Fir. 
1777. 13°. 4 voll., or Ven. 1778. 8*. 4 voU. 
llkis translation is a failure, but the fol- 
lowing by some unknown person is good : 
Pisoj 1780. 4°. 3 volL Hiet. de PAmMque 
{trad, par Suard). Par. 1778. 4°. 3.V0U. 
and most complete. Par,, Bidot, 1818. 8*. 

3 volL (31 fr., on vellum paper 43 fr.). 
Ge$eh. von America, Hha. von J. F. SchU^ 
ler. Lpsf., Weidmann, 1777. 8°. 3 volL 
(3 d.) Geeehiedenie van America. Amet. 
1801. 8°. 5 voU. (10 fl.) 

19193 — historical disquisition con- 
cerning the knowledge which the 
ancients had of India, with an ap- 
pendix. Lond. 1 790. large 4^. with 
plates. 

Also^ Lond. 1799, or 1809, or 1813. 8^ 
(Ss.) In French, Par. 1793. 8^ with 
plates (5 fr., on vellum paper 10 fr.). In 
German by O. Forster, Berl. 1793. 8^ 
(i d. 6 gr.) In Dutch by P. Loosjes, Amst. 

1793. 8'- (3 fl-) 

19194 — works. Lond. 181 2. 8^ 

12 vols. (4I. 1 6s.) Also on large 

paper. 

Also^ Edinb. 1813. 8^ 6 vols. (3I. 3s.) 
Lond. 1830. 8^ 13 vols. (4I. 4s.) Lond. 
1833. 8*. 10 vols. (3I. 58.) From the 
above articles a set may be formed of 8 vols. 
4°., and of II vols. 13''. from the editions 
of his separate works in 1797, 1800, or 
1805. — Dugald Stewarft Account qf the 
Life and Writings qf W. Robertson. Lond. 
1 80 1. 8*^. is also to be foimd in the editions 
of his works in 1 3 vols. 

5 1^3 



1586 



ROB 



ROBERTUS de Licio, see Carac- 

CIOLI. 

19195 ROBERTUS monacbas. His- 
toria belli sacri. Witbout place or 
date (Col., U. Zell or Ther Hoer~ 
nen, about 1470). Gotbic letter. 

The very scarce first edition. Without 
signatures, catchwords, and pagination, 
with 37 lines in a full page, running all 
across. It begins without further super, 
scription, {H)Oc exemplar epislole. It 
ends with the colophon, Explicit hutotia 
de Itinere conira turcho$» 

19196 ROBERTUS. Bellum Cbris- 

tianor. principum^ prsecipue Gallo- 

ram, contra SaracenoB anno salutis 

1088 pro terra sancta gestum etc. 

Bas., H. Petri, 1533. fol. 

Also in Reuberi S. R. Germ, and in 
BongarsU GetL dei per Francos, I. 30 sq. 
(Here in 9 books instead of 8, because the 
7 th is divided into twa) Csp. Barth's an- 
notations in Ludewig reliq, MSS. III. 
48. 

19197 — bistoria di Roberto Monaco 
della guerra fatta da principi Cbris- 
tiani contra Saracini per Y acqaisto 
di terra santa, trad, per Fr. Bal- 
delli. Fir., {TorTentino)^ ^55*' 
8°. 

Very scarce. 

19198 ROBERTUS, Gaudentius. 
Miscellanea italica erudita. Parmse, 

de Rosatis^ 1 691. 4°. 4 voll. 

A coUecdon of treatises of Italian litercUi, 
chiefly antiquarian, and already printed 
before, put together without selection or 
care. Most may be found better in the 
Theeaur, aniigq. 

ROBILLARD, see Mus^s fran- 

^ais. 
ROBIN Hood, see Ritson, No. 

ROBINET, see Dictionnairb, No. 
6105. 
ROBINSON, see Defob. 

19199 ROBINSON, Rb. Indices 
tres vocum fere omnium, quae oc- 
currunt in Dion. Longino, in £u- 
napio, in Hieroclis commentario in 
Pjtbagorie aurea carmina. Ox., 
typ. Clarend., 1772. 8°. (48.) 

19200 ROBINSON, Mary. Poetical 
works. Lond. 1806. 8^. 3 vols, 
(il. IIS. 6d.) 



ROC 

19201 ROBINUS, Dion. Solennis 

repetitio §. divi J. filius familias. fT. 

de Lega. primo. TboloKie, N. Viel- 

lardus, 1534. fol. 

2 and 85 leaves. A copy on vellum in 
the Royal library at Paris (previously 
15 fr. Qaignat, 48 fr. Valli^re, 34 fr. 
McCarthy). 

19202 ROBLES, Eugen. de. Breve 
suma J relacion del modo de rezo y 
missa del officio santo gotico mo- 
sarabe, que en la capilla de Corpas 
Cbristi de Toledo se conserva. To- 
ledo, 1603. 4^ 23 leaves. 

Very scarce, and formerly more soufj^t 
after than it is now (150 fr. Oaignat, 
i« fr. McCarthy). 

19203 — compendio de la vida y ba- 
zaiias del Card. Ximenes de Cisne* 
ros, y del officio y missa Mozarabe. 
Toledo, Rodriguez, 1604. 4*^. 

19204 ROBORTELLUS, Fr. Va- 
rior. locor. annotationes tarn in 
graecisquam latinis autlioribus. Par., 
Boucher, 1544. 8^ 

Also in Grnteri Lampas, II. 28 sq. — 
See Aristoteles, No. 1188. 

19205 ROCCABERTI, J. Th. de. 
Bibliotbeca pontificia maxima, in 
qua autores melioris notie, qui hac- 
tenus pro S. Romana sede scrip- 
serunt, fere omnes continentur. 
Rom., Buagni, 1695--99. fol. 21 
voll. 

The authors are printed in alphabetical 
order according to their Christian names. 
In each vol. the signatures and pagination 
commence afresh with each piece. The 
a 1st vol. is a general index. 

19206 ROCCA, Aug. Opera omnia. 
Romae, 1 7 1 9. fol. 2 voll. 

Hit SibRotheca Vaiicana. Rom^t, 1591. 
4^. is also included. 

19207 ROCCHEGGIANI, Lr. Rac 

colta di 1 70 tavole rappresentanti i 
oostumi religiosi, civili e militari de- 
gli anticbi Egiziani, Etrusd^ Greci 
e Romani, tratti dagli anticbi mo- 
numenti. Roma, Raffiaelli, 1804. 
oblong fol. 2 voll. 
Prized by artists. 

19208 ROCHA Pitta, Sb. de. Hi- 
storia de America portugueza, desde 
o anno de 1500 ate o de 1724. 
Lisb. 1 730. fol. 



ROC 

19209 ROCHEFOUCAULD, Pr. 
due de la. Reflexions on senten- 
ces et maximes morales. Par. 1665. 

The fint edition, with a pUte by Et. Pi- 
carty and a dUcoun prilim. by Scgrais, 
which is wanting in the later editions. 
Concerning an e^er surreptitious edition 
at Rouen, see Segmmanai p. 156. 

19210 — maximes et reflexions mo- 
rales (avec une notice sur la Roche- 
foucauld, par Suard). Par.^ impr. 

Toj.^ 1778. 8®. 

A fine and carefully superintended edi- 
tion. 

19211 — — (avec la notice de 
Suard). Par., impr. de Monsieur, 
1779. 18°. 

Neat. There are 6 copies on vellum 
(98 fr. Valli^re^ 145 fr. Hangard, 50 fr. 
ArCarthy). 

19212 Loud. 1784. 18°. 

There are copies on vellum. 

19213 — avec des observations de 
I'abbe Brotier. Par., M^rigot, 1 789. 
small 8^ (5 fr.) 

Greatly prized, although Brotier's ma- 
nifold additions are not always very happy. 

19214 Par., Didot, 1796. large 

40 

Only 250 copies struck off. — Also, «&., 
Ul, 1796. 18**. (3 fr., on vellum paper 
5 fr., on laige paper 8 fr.). Superintended 
by Fortia. 

19215 Parme, Bodoni, 1811. 

large 4^ 

Only ^55 copies, 150 of which are on 
vellum paper. — ^Also, t^., «/., 18 13. large 
8**. r^o copies of which were struck off on 
carta vei. retde, 100 on carta veL duoaley 
and one copy on vellum. All these edi- 
tions have the not particularly good text of 
Lend. 1 799. huge 8**. 

19216 Par., Blaise, 1813. la**. 

(3 fr., in 8°. 6 fr.) 

Also a copy on vellum in 8**. ; one on 
taffeta, and several on vellum paper. 
Enlarged with the unprinted pieces, and 
with a facsimile of Uie author's hand- 
writing. 

19217 avec la notice de Suard. 

Par., Didot, 1815. 8°. (7 fr. 50 c, 
on vellum paper 15 fr.) 

In French and Oerman by F. Schula, 
Bresi. 1 793. 8*. (18 gr.) 

19218 — m^oires sur les brigues k 
la mort de Louis XIII. etc. Par., 



ROD 



1587 



Renouard. 1804-17. 18*. 2 voll. 
(5 fr., in 1 a''. 7 fr., on vellum paper 
10 fr.) 

An enlarged edition. A copy on vellum. 
Previously, Col., van Dydc {ElMevter)y 
1662, or 63, or 64, or 65. la*. (4 really 
different editions) and often. 

ROCHERIUS, see Monts Ro- 
cherii. 

19219 ROCHESTER. J. Wilmot, 
earl of. Poems on several occa- 
sions. Lond. 1 69 1. 8*^. ib. 1705. 
8®. Antw. without date. 8*^. Lond. 

1757. i^''- 

19220 — the works of the earls of 
Rochester and Roscommon. Ed. III. 
Lond., CruU, 1709. 8^ 

19221 — the works of J. Earl of 
Rochester. Containing a genuine 
collection of all his poems. With- 
out place, 1756. 8^ with bad 
plates. 

19222 RODD, Th. Ancient ballads. 
Lond. 1803. 1^°' 

19223 RODDE, Jac. Russische 
Sprachlehre. Riga, Hartknoch, 
1790. 8^ (i d. 12 gr.) Russ. 
deutsches u. deutsch-russ. Wor- 
terbuch. ib., id., 1784. 8^ a voll. 

(5d.) 
RODERICK Random, see Smol- 

LETT. 

RODERICUS a Castro, see Castro. 

19224 RODERICUS (Sancius de 
Arevalo), episc. Zamorensis. Spe- 
culum vitie numans. Rom», Sweyn- 

hevm et Pannartz, 1468. small fol. 
The very scarce first edition. 150 leaves 
with 33 lines, without signatures, catch- 
words, and pagination, llie first 9 leaves 
are a letter to Paul II. and a list of chap- 
ters, and leaf la line i is, AnetUrimo no 
clemittMnmo in ohriiio. Leaf 9^ begins 
the work itself, leaf 146* is the colophon, 
and then fdlow 4 leaves of index. All the 
subsequent editions are either directly or 
indirectly reprints of this Roman edition, 
and likewise contain the letter to Paul. II. 

19225 without place or date 

(Co/., U. Zell), 4?, Gothic letter. 

With 97 lines, without signatures, catch- 
words, and pagination. 

19226 (^^O. Gth. Zainer, 

3 id. Jan. 1471. fol. Gothic letter. 
128 leaves with 36 Unes, without signa- 



1688 



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tiiriM, catchwords, and pagination. The 
colophon \B in leaf 1 25^, and there more- 
over foUow 5 leaves of index. 

19227 {Saniliani), Cp. Beyam, 

without date (before 1472). fol. 
1 34 leaves. 

19228 Ergow, Helyas Helye, 

1472. fol. 
109 leaves with 41 lines. 

19229 ib., id., 1473. fol. 

Entirely similar to the preceding in the 
first 43 leaves and in the colophon (where 
the date ooly is altered). 

19230 Romse^ J. Ph. de Ligna- 

niine, 1473. fol. 

19231 Par., J. Stol et Pt. Ce- 

saris, without date (about 1473). 
fol. Gothic letter. 

In 2 columns with 33 lines. There is 
also an edition, without place or date {ib., 
id.), 4?. Gothic letter, with 30 lines run- 
ning all across the page. 

19232 Arg., Mt. Flach, 1475. 

fol. Gothic letter. 

108 leaves with 35 lines, without signa- 
tures, catchwords, and pagination. 

19233 Par., Crantz, Gering et 

Friburger, 1475. ^^^- 

19234 Lugd., Guillermus Regis, 

1477. large 4°. 

The edition, Lovan., «/. de WestfaRa, 
without date. foL Gothic letter, in 2 co- 
lumns with 41 lines, and the signatures i-^u, 
belongs to Ani. de Buirio Spectdum de 
confeenone. ib,, id., without date. fol. and 
is not a distinct piece. 

19235 — speculum omnium statuum 
totius orbis terns. Hanov., Aubrii, 
1613. 4^ 

19236 — libro intitulado spejo de la 
yida humana, por todos los hom- 
bres. Carago^a, 1491. fol. Gothic 
letter, with woodcuts. 

19237 — cy commence le livre in- 

tituld le miroir de la vie humaine, 

transl. de latin en frang. par fr^e 

Julien (Macho). Lyon, Bm. Buyer, 

8 Juill. 1477. fol. Gothic letter. 

The first edition of this translation, and 
sought after. With the signatures a-v, 

19238 — le m^me translate en firan^. 
par Pierre Farget (et Jul. Macho). 
Without place (Lyon), N. Philippi 
et M. Reinardi, 20 Aoiit 1482. fol. 
Gothic letter, with woodcuts. 

As scarce as the preceding edition. 



ROD 

19239 — das buch genandt der spinel 
menschlichs lebens (ubs. von H. 
Steinhowel). Without place or 
date {Augsp., Gth. Zainer, not be- 
fore 1475). fol. Gothic letter, with 
woodcuts. 
At the end is merely Deo graeku. 

19240 Augsp., Hans Bamler, 

1479. ^^^' Gothic letter, with 55 
woodcuts. 

19241 — — Augsp.y Pt. Berger, 
1488. fol. with woodcuts. 

19242 — compendiosa historia hispa- 
nica. (Roma), U. Gallus> without 
date (about 1470). small fol. 

193 leaves with 13 lines, without signa- 
tures, catchwords, and pagination. The 
13 loives, which contain the table of con- 
tents, are sometimes at the beginning and 
sometimes at the end. There is a copy in 
the Hunterian Museum at Glasgow in 
which 2 leaves are printed on vellum. 

19243 — epistola de expugnatione et 
amissioneinsulseNigropontis. With- 
out place or date (Mog., Sckoffer)^ 

fol. Gothic letter. 

10 leaves in 2 columns with 37 lines, 
without signatures, catchwords, and pagi- 
nation. Very scarce, and probably &q 
first edition. 

RODRIGO, el rey, see Romances. 
RODRIGUEZ de Castro, see Gas- 
TRO. — Ant., see Gubsclin. 

19244 RODRIGUEZ, Christoval. 
Biblioteca universal de la polygrafia 
espanola. Madr., Marin, 1738. fol. 

with plates. 

Very important and scarce, but unfi- 
nished. With respect to Spain the Bene- 
dictines rely entirely on this work. 

19245 RODRIGUEZ, J. Arte da 

lingoa de Japam. Nangasaqui, no 

collegio de Japao da companhia de 

Jesu, 1604. 4°. 

Printed on Japanese paper, and very 
scarce. 1 also find quoted the following 
work by him : Arte breve da Unffua Japona, 
Macao, 1620. 4^ — See also Vocabu- 

LARIO. 

19246 RODRIGUEZ, Joe. Biblio- 
teca Valentina. Junta se la con- 
tinuacion por Ign. Tayales. Va- 
lencia, 1747. fol. 

RODRIGUEZ, Luc, see Roman- 

CBRO. 



ROD 

19247 RODRIGUEZ, Man. £1 
Maraiion j las Amazonas. Historia 
de los descubrimieotos, entradas y 
reduocion de naciones en las diku 
tadas montanas y mayores rios de 
la America. Madr.^ Gonzal. de 
Reyes, 1684. ^^^' 

Prized and scarce. 

19248 RODRIGUEZ, Man. Mig. 
Memorias para la vida del santo 
rey Don Fernando, dadas a luz con 
apendices y otras ilustraciones por 
Man. de Miguel Rodriguez. Madr. 
1801. fol. 

19249 ROEBUCK, Th. An English 
and Hindostanee naval dictionary 
of technical terms and sea-phrases. 
Calcutta printed, London reprint- 
ed, 1813. S''. 1 80 pages. 

ROEDING, see Nemnich. 

19250 ROERO, Diodata Saluzzo. 
Versi. Ed. IV. Torino, 1816. 8°. 

4 voll. 

A favourite Italian poetess. 

19251 ROESEL, A. J. Monatlich he- 
rausgegebene Insectenbelustigung. 
Nrb., Fleischmann, 1746-61. 4^ 

5 vols, with illuminated plates. 
Old illuminated copies are still sought 

after, but the text is prolix. The ist vol. 
contains i title-plate and 121 plates, the 
2nd / title plate and 94 plates, the 3rd 
I title-plate and 101 plates, the 4th (edited 
by Ch. F. C. Kleemann) 1 portrait and 40 
plates, the 5 th unfinished f without a title) 
376 pages of text and 44 plates. There is 
a new enlarged impression of the ist vol. 
without date. The 5th yoL was subse- 
quently finished under the title, Ch, F, C. 
Kleemann BeUrr, xur Natwr %u Insecten- 
getchiehie^ fortges, von Ch. Sehwarx. iVr6., 
Raspe, 1792-94. 4^ 2 vols, with 48 and 
24 plates (14 d. 8 gr.) Ch. Schwarz No^ 
menekUor uber Rotei u. Kleemann, Nrb.y 
JUaspej 1 793-1810. 4^ 2 parts (12 gr.). 

19252 — historia naturalis ranarum 

nostratium. Die natiirl. Historie 

der Frosche hiesigen Land'es. (Latin 

and German). Nrb. 1758. large 

fol. 

With I illuminated title-plate, 24 illumi- 
nated plates, and 24 plain. 

19253 ROSSLER, Ch. F. Biblio- 
thek der Kirchenvater in Ueberset. 
zungen u. Ausziigen. Lpz., Her- 



ROH 



1589 



tel, 1776-86. 8°. 10 voll. (13 d. 
4gr.) 

19254 ROVER, Mthi. Bibliotheca 
Rdveriana. LB. et Amst., Haak, 
1806. 8^ 3 voll. (3fl.) 

One of the best catalogues with re- 
spect to bibliographical accuracy and cer- 
tainty, and at the same time interestingon 
account of the richness of the library. The 
compiler was the president van Wesele 
Scholten at the Hague. 

19255 ROGERS. Charl. A collection 
of prints in imitation of drawings, 
with the lives of their authors and 
explanatory notes. Lond, 1778. 
fol. 2 vols, with 1 1 2 plates. 

19256 ROGERS, Sm. Poems. Vol. I. 
Lond. 1764. 8^ 

No more appeared. 

19257 — pleasures of memory. Lond. 
1810. 8^ with woodcuts. Also on 
large paper. 

19258 — la vita umana, poema dall' 
inglese trasportato in italiano e di 
annotazioni accresciuto da Vittorio 
Padotti. Torino, Pomba, 1820. 
8°. 

19259 ROGERS, Woode. Cruising 

round the world, in the years 1708 

-II. Lond. 17 12. 8^ with plates. 

In Freacti, Am$L 1716. I2^ a Tola, or 
ib, 1733. Ia^ 3 vols, with plates. 

ROGISSART, see Delices. 

19260 ROHAN, Henri II. due de. 
Voyage faict en Tan 1600 en Italie^ 
AUemagne, Pais-bas unis, Angle- 
terre et Escosse. Amst., L. Else- 
vier, 1646. 12®. 

19261 — m^moires sur les choses ad- 
venues en France, depuis le mort 
de Henry le Grand jusqu'k la 
paix fSute avec les reformez au 
mois de Juin 1629. Ed. II. augm. 
Without place {Elzevier)^ 1646. 
1 2^. 3 parts in i vol. 

This 2nd edition is in preference added 
to the Elzevir collection. After the me- 
moirs there ought to be 146 pages, Dit- 
eourt poliHgve; and 135 pages, Vhitable 
dUoours, In another edition of the same 
date^ the first discourse has only 135 
pages, and the second only 126. In the 
edition, without place (EUev.), 1644. 13*^. 
2 parts in 1 vol., the Disoours poRiigue is 
wanting. But the edition, wiUioat place 



1590 ROI ROL 

{ElMev,)y 1 66 1. I3^ a vols, ia enlarged, as 19267 Froschmeuseler Hoff- 

the and vol. contains the above Voifoge. haltunge. In Dreven Buchern auffs 

The edition, superintended by Goujet, '^j « . i^-Lu-ieben Mair- 

^fM/.(Par.) 1756. Ia^ 2 vols, has new ^®^® ™' V^I?? ^®^""® „ 00 ^u 

augmentations. The first edition, super- deb., Zach. liorlfer, TO08. » . Witn 

intended by Sm. Sorbin, Par. 1644. 8°. wocnlcuts. 

ROI, see Roy. With the signatures A-Eee, 

ROJAS, see Celestina. 19268 — Froschmauseler, Der Prosch 

,*>«-« Tyr\rrf r t -u J und Mause wunderbahre Hoffhalt- 

19262 ROIG, Jaume. Libre de con- t j ^ u- u^ .,,iF» 

„ xr 1 • o unee. In dreyen Buchern auns 

sells. Valencia, 153 1 or 32. 4°. © . fleiss beschrieben Vnd 
Also, Valenoiay 1561 or 6i. 4". Barce^ ?®^ mit neiss Descnneoen. vna 
hna, 1 561. 4". The new edition has the jetzo nach des Autor seligen corn- 
title, La) libro de let donet e de conceits, girten alten Exemplar aufTs new 

Fflfemjio, 1735. 4*. It was superintended gedrucket. Magdeb., Kirchner, 

by C Ros, but "destitute ^ several pieces ^j^.^^^^ ^^^ (^^^^^ , ^ y go ^^^y, 

which are in the older editions ; some a *■ 

books are mutilated, and sereral are not woodcuts. 

in their proper phioes. Also, Moffdeb., Behtel, 161 6, or 18, or 

ROILLARD, see Coutumbs, No. 'J^J- ^~«««^" ^^37. 8-. with wood. 

tA^J^Ixti^ J t:« rri. • 1*269 — der Prosche und Mause 

ROLAND and Ferragus. There is ^underseltsame Hofhaltung; soost 

an abrii^d edition of this un- proschmaussler genannt. In drey 

P"2,n^^o^^'^.^ '^°**"^^ *? '^y°*f Bucher eingetheilet, u. an sehr 

m Ellis s Specimens of early Engl. ^^^^^ Q^en, sowohl der R45imart. 

metrical romances, II. 291 sq. ^ ^^^j^ ^^^ ^^^^^^ selbsten nach, 

19263 ROLAND, Mar. J. Philipon. mercklich verbessett. Ff., Ery- 
CEuvres, contenant les ni^moires et thropilus, 1683. 8°. 

notices historiques qu'elle a com- 19270 — sinnreicher Froschmause- 

poses. Par. 1 800. 8^ 3 voll. ler, vorstellend der Frosche u. 

ROLE A, see Gsntr. Mause wunderbahre Hoffhaltung. 

ROLEVINCK, see Fasciculus. Ff. u. Lpz. (without the publisher's 

19264 ROLLAND, J. Ane treatise name), 1730. 8°. 

callit the court of Venus, devidit The editions quoted are quite certain, 

into four buikes. Edinb., Ros. ^^.f^K^,,^ found eith«: at Dresden, or 

o Wolfenbiittel, or in the hbrary of oouiiael- 

'575- 4 * lor von Meusebach at Berlin. 

A Scotch poet of the 1 6th century. See ^gg?! — Froschmauseler, im Aus- 

also Meister, No. 13502. 1. 1 -^ ^ ^i t 

«^^ ,^^^^^ r^^^, ^ . zuge bearbeitet von C. Lappe. 

19265 ROLLENH AGEN.G. (anon.) Stnilsund, 1816. 8°. 

Froschmeuseler, in dreyen Buchern ^ggyga _ (^anon,) vier Bucher Wun- 

von Marx Hupfinsholz von Mau. derbarlicher biss daher vnerhorter, 

seloch der jungen Frosche Vor. ^^^i yngleublicher Indianischer rey- 

singer und Calmauser. Magdeb., sen, verteutschet durch Gbr. Rollen- 

And. Gehne, 1595. 8**. y^^^. Magdeb., J. Botcher, 1 603. 4^ 

The first edition, which was immediately This first edition of 296 pages is in 

reprinted, ib. 1596. S"*. WolfenbUttel. 

19266 — Froschmeuseler Der Frosch 19272^ — (anon,) Vier Bucher Wun- 
vnd Meuse wunderbare Hoffhalt- derbarlicher biss daher vnerhdrter, 
unge. In Dreyen Buchern auffs vnd vngleublicher Indianischer rey- 
newe mit fleiss beschrieben, Zuvor sen, verteutschet durch Gbr. Rol- 
in Druck nie aui^ngen. Magdeb., lenhagen. Zum andernmal ge- 
And. Duncker, 1600. 8^". with druckt. Magdeb., J. Botcher, 1603. 
woodcuts. 4^. 

With the signatures A^Ddd^ and at the This md edition also of the same year 

end a list of errata. of 337 pages is in Wdfeubttttel. 



ROL 

19272C 3rd edition. Magdeb., 

Kirchner, 1605. 4°. 
19272^1 4th edition. Alten- 

stettin, Reichhart^ 1614. 4^ 
19272« 4th edition. Magdeb., 

Betzel, 16 1 9. 4^ 

Formerly really numbered in the title, 
as the 4th (genuine) edition. Also, Ff. 
u, Ljut, 1717. 12*. Aooording to Kodi 
there is also an edition of 1683. 

19273 ROLLI, P. Rime. Lond., 
Pickard, 1717. 8°. Also on large 
paper. — Also, Verona, 1733. 8°. 

19274 — poetici oomponimenti. Ven. 

1761. 8^ 

The most complete edition, which also 
contains the Rime. 

19275 ROLLIN, Charl. De la ma- 
niere d'enseigner et d'^tudier les 
belles lettres, ^r rapport ^ Tesprit 
et au coeur. Par., Estienne^ 1 740. 
4°. Also on large paper. 

Also, t^., td, 1732. I2^ 4 voll In Ita^ 

lian by Selvaggio Canturani. Ven. 1803. 
8**. 4 volL In German by J. Jo. Schwabe, 
Ff, V. Lpg. 1750. 8'. 4 voIL In Englisl^ 
Land, 1804 or 10. 8". 3 vols. (il. 78.) 

19276 — bistoire ancienne des E- 
gyptiens, des Carthaginois, des As- 
syriens, des Babyloniens, des Medes 
et des Perses^ des Grecs. Par., 
Estienne, 1740. 4°. 6 voll. witb 
plates. Also on large paper. 

Also, tA., id., 1733. 1 3*. 14 voll.— In 
Italian, Genovoy 1795. 4'. 7 vols, with 
maps (42 lire). In Gferman, Dreed. 1 738 
-48 or 1763. 8'. 13 volL In English, 
Land. 1817 or 21. 8^ 8 vols. (3I. 12s.) 
ib. i8n or 17. 12*. 13 vols. (2L 8s.) 

19277 — histoire Romaine, depuis la 
fondation de Rome jusqu'a la ba- 
taille d'Actium, continu^e par Ore- 
vier. Par., Estienne, 1753. 4°. 
8 vols, with maps. Also on large 
paper. 

Also, ib.yid.y 1738. I3^ 16 voll. These 
original editions of the above 3 works are 
greatly prized, and are preferable to the 
later lem correct editions. — In German (by 
J. Ad. Hiller), Lpg. u. Breel. 1759-63. 8*. 
16 volL In Swedish, Orebro, 1785-95. 8*. 
6 roll. — Both works together, the Hiet. 
Afw. and Hiet. Rom., in Spanish by Fr. 
X. de Villanueva, Mad/r, 1780. 4^ 13 voll. 
In Italian, Ven. 1819. xt,"*, 48 voll. with 
75 plates (la copies on blue vellum paper). 



ROM 



1591 



Ven. 1748, is incorrect; the edition by 
Poggiali, Rama, 1807, is better. 

Crerier and Le Beau, as is well known 
(see these articles), fonn continuations to 
RoUin. 

19278 — oenvres completes, oon- 
tinuees par Crevier. Par.> Bastien, 
i8o7-(io). 8°. 60 vols, and atlas in 
4°. (5 fr. a vol., on vellum paper 
12 fr.) 

This edidou also contains Crevier*s H%»i. 
dee emperewre, but it is not fine. 

19279 — oeuvres complies. Par.. 

Ledoux et Tenr^ 1 8 1 8. 8°. 18 vols. 

and atlas in 4°. (90 fr., on ?ellum 

paper 180 fr.) 

An iditian compaete, so called, but far 
too closely printed. To it is often joined 
Crev]er*8 Hiet. dee emp. of the edition of 
1819 in 6 vols. 8^ and Le Beau*s Hiet. du 
bae empire in 13 vds. 8**. 

19280 — GBUvres. Par., Carez et 

Thomine, 1818-20. ia°. 27 vols. 

witb atlas in 4°. 

Neat, but in too small a character. Con- 
taining Hiet. one. 11 voU. Hiet. Rom. la 
voll. Trttiti dee itudee et opueculee, 4 vcdl. 
At 3 fr. 35 c a vol. and the atlas 8 fr.— 
A new edition of all his works, with notes, 
by F.Guizot, appeared, Par. 1821 sq. 8**. 
(5 (r. a vol.) 

19281 ROLLWAGEN von Schimpff 
vnd Ernst, ein kurtzweilig vnd 
lustig Buch, auffs neuw zusammen- 
gezogen vnd in ein Ordnung ge- 
bracht. Pf. 1573. fol. 

O. Wickram was the author. Previ- 
oadj* • ■ • \SS7' 8°. (which however is 
not the oldest edition). Ff. a. M. Bae- 
e'due, 1579. 8^ Magdeb., J. Franke, 
without date, 8^ Muhlhaueen, without 
date. 8**. There is also an edition of 1568. 
An edition, Auffsb. 1555. 8®. was formerly 
at Wolfenb&ttel. 

ROMAIN de Hooghe, see Hooohe. 

ROMAN^ see the names of the he- 
roes. 

19282 ROMAN du roi Artus. i. 
The great. Roman fait et com. 
pos^ k la perpetuation des vertueux 
feiits et gestes de plusieurs nobles 
et vaillants chevaliers, qui furent 
au temps du roi Artus oompagnons 
de la table-ronde, spto'alement k la 
louange de Lancelot du Lac. Rouen, 
J. le Bourgeois, 24 Nov. 1488. — 



1592 



ROM 



Cy fine le derrenier volume de la 

table rode faisant mendoii des fais 

et proesses de moseigneur lacelot 

du lac et dautres plusieurs nobles 

et vaiUans hommes ses compaig- 

nons. compile et extraict precise- 

ment et an juste des vrayes his- 

toires fiaisantes de ce mencion^ par 

tres notable homme et tres expt 

historien maistre Gaultier map. 

Par., J. du Pr^, i6 Sept. 1488. 

foL Gotbic letter, 2 vols. 

Both vols, are very seldom found tqve- 
ther. In 2 columns with 48 lines, "inie 
ist voL contains the ist and 2nd part of 
Lancelot du Lac, and has the signatures 
a-£», at the bc^nning 5 leaves of prelimi- 
naiy matter ; the first of which is a woodcut, 
representing king Arthur with his knights 
at the tabfi. The 2nd voL contains the 
3rd part of Lancelot du Lac, saint Oreaal, 
and the last part of the Round Table; 
has the signatures A-KKy and at the begin- 
ning 2 leaves of table of contents. The work 
consequently contains the fiibles of the 
Round Table. Concerning the sayings of 
king Arthur, see Eichham Gesch, der Cut- 
twr, Th. I. Erl'dutt, p. 40 sq. 

19283 — (Jorge Ferreira da Vascon- 

cellos) memorial das proezas da se- 

gunda tavola rotonda. Coimbra, 

Barreira, 1567. 4^ 

Concerning an unprinted Italian trans- 
lation of the Round Table, which is cited 
by the academy della Crusca from a MS. 
of 1 535) see G€anba SerUy 1. 439. Consult 
Hayn BMioi, Jtal, (1803), III. 31 sq. 

19284 — the Ivf and acts of the king 
Arthur ; of nis nobles knyghtes of 
the round table .... and inthende 
the dolorous deth of them all; 
which book was reduced into 
Englyssh by sir Thomas Malory, 
knyght : and by me devyded into 
21 books, chapitred, and emprynt- 
ed, and fynysshed in thabbey 
Westmestre the last day of Juyl 
the yere of our Lord 1485. Caxton 
me fieri fecit. In fol. Gothic letter. 

This first edition is of the most extreme 
rarity. Only 1 copies are known in Eng- 
land. One, which is complete, is in the 
library of the eari of Jersey at Osterley; 
the other (in which 1 1 leaves were wanting, 
and have since been made good from the 
preceding by a skilful reprint of Whitta- 
ker*s), was bought by lord Spencer at Lloyd*s 



ROM 

sale at Wygfair for 300I. First 17 leaves 
of preliminary matter, then the text begins 
with the signatures a «, and goes as ftur as 
signature ee. The colophon is on the/o- 
/to recto oieeS. 

19285 Westmestre, Wynkyn 

de Worde, XXV. . . Marche, 1498. 

fol. Gothic letter, with woodcuts. 

The 3nd edition, of which the only copy 
that is known is the defective one bought 
by lord Spencer at the Roxburgh sale for 
31I. I OS. First 8 leaves, table of contents ; 
then the text, with the signatures a-«, 
A^Vy and A-E. A reprint of the pre- 
ceding edition, the colophon of whidi is 
also repeated here as to its esaential part. 

19286 Lond., W. Copland, 

1557. fol. 

Brunet has this edition (see the note 
to No. 19300), but Brydges BibRogra- 
pheTy I. 43, IS not acquainted with it, and 
mentions the following edition instead, as 
the 3rd edition. 

19287 — the storye of the kynge 
Artus. Lond., Jos. East, without 
date. fol. Gothic letter. 

19288 — the most ancient and fa- 
mous history of the renowned 

Srince Arthur, king of Britaine. 
J'ewly refined and published. 

Lond., Jac. Bloome, 1634. small 

40 

19289 — the byrth, lyf, and actes of 
king Arthur. With an introduc- 
tion and notes by Rt. Southey. 
Lond. 1817. 4°. 2 vols. (81. 8s.) 
Also on large paper. 

After the edition of 1485. The im- 
preasion was only 250 copies.— The fol- 
lowing English works of this ikbuloos pe- 
riod are different firam the above. 

19290 — the history of the moost 
noble and valyaunt knyght Arthur 
of lytell Brytayne, translated out 
of Frensshe mto Englisshe by John 
lorde Bamers. Lond., Rb. Red- 
borne, without date. fol. Gothic 
letter, with woodcuts. 

Consult Brffdge9*8 BibHographery IV. 
21% sq. There is probably no earlier edi- 
tion than this. Another, LontLy Cop» 
landy without date. foL is suspected by 
Brydges. There is a later edition oi 
1609. 

19291 — the history of the valiant 
knight Arthur of little Britain, a 



ROM 

rmnanoe, translated by lord Ber- 

ners. New edit, (by Utterson). 

Lond. 1 8 14. 4^ with 25 plates (5 

guineas, with illuminated plates 8 

guineas). 

Only 175 copies of this newest and best 
edition were strudc off on ordinary paper, 
and 35 copies on large paper in small kl. 

19292 — a learned and true assertion 
of the original life, actes, and death 
of Arthure, king of Great Brit- 
taine. Collected and written of 
late yeares in Lattin by J. Leyland. 
Newly transl. into Endish by Rch. 
Robinson. Lond.^ J. Wolfe^ 1582. 
4^. — In addition. The auncient or- 
der and unitie laudable of prince 
Arthure and his knightly armory 
of the round table. Translated and 
collected by R. R. (Rch. Robin- 
son) . Lond. , J. Wolfe, 1 5 83 . 4°. 

The TSt voL (consult Brpdges's BibUO' 
ffrapher, I. 109 sq.) is historiod, and is a 
translation of J. Ldand*s Asaertio Arthu~ 
rU quondam regis AngHm^ which is re- 
printed in Heame*9 CoOeetanea, voL 5. — 
Conoenung the and vol., see Brffdffety I. 
1^5 sq. 

19293 — prospectus and specimen of 
an intended national work, by Rb. 
and W. Whistlecraft, intended to 
comprise the most interesting par- 
ticulars relating to king Arthur 
and his round table. Lond. 1818. 
8^ 

Concerning the English romance of Ar- 
thur, see Brydges't Bibliographer^ 1. 43 sq. 
109 sq. 1^5 sq. IV. 128 sq. 

19294 — 3. The Little, Le livre du 
▼aillant et preux chevalier Artus^ 
fils du due de Bretaigne. Without 
place^ 7 Juillet, 1493. fol. Oothic 
letter, with woodcuts. 

This edition is very scarce. 

19295 — cy commence lystoire du 
vaillant et preux chevalier Artus, 
fils du due de Bretaigne. Lyon 
(without the printer's name), Juing 
1496. 4**. Gothic letter, with wood, 
cuts. 

Not less scarce than the preceding edi- 
tion. 

19296 — le preux et vaillant cheva- 
lier Artus de Bretaigne. Par.^ 



ROM 1593 

Mch. le Noir, 1503. 4®. Gothic 
letter. 

19297 — sensuyt le Rommant des 
merveilleux faitz du vaillant et 
preux chevalier Artus de Bre- 
taigne. Par., J. Bonfons, without 
date. 4^. Gothic letter^ with wood- 
cuts. 

With the signatures a-Jmim. 

19298 — les merveilleux fiaictz du 
preux et vaillant chevalier Artus 
de Bretaigne et des grandes adven. 
tures ou il s'est trouv^ en son 
temps. Par., J. Bonfons, without 
date. 4^. Gothic letter, with wood- 
cuts. 

With the sigoatures a^Jtij, Less fine 
than the preceding. 

19299 — sensuit le romant des fiiicts 
merueilleux du preux et vaillant 
chevallier Artus de Bretaigne. 
Par., Pt. Sergent, without <hte. 
small 4''. 

The postmaster-general Nagler of Berlin 
possesses this edition. — Also, Par. 1533, 
1536, or 1543. 4''. Oothic letter. 

19300 — histoire des merveilleux 
futs du preux et vaillant chevalier 
Artus de Bretagne. Par., Bonfons, 
1584. 4^ with woodcuts. 

153 numbered and 3 unnumbered leaves. 

19301 — J. Jos. Rive notice de deux 

MSS. de la biblioth. du due de la 

Valli^re ; Tun a pour titre : le 

roman d* Artus ; Tautre : le roman 

de Partenay. Par. 1779. large 4^. 

The first MS. here described of the little 
Arthur, was of the 15th century, and is in 
ValU^re's CataL No. 4013. Concerning 
the Romance de Brui ou d*Artut de Bre» 
taigne by Rt. Wace, consult HiMi. lUL de la 
France XI JI, 510 sq. The abo^e artide 
AaTHua may be erased. 

19302 ROMAN. Le romant des 
chevaliers de la Thrace. Par., Ges- 
selin, 1605. 8^ 100 pages. 

ROMAN des pel^inaiges, see Guil* 

LEVILLB. 

19303 ROMAN de Ron, par Rt. 
Wace. Ck>nceming this poem, 
written in the year 11 60, which 
contains a romantic history of the 
dukes of Normandy, see Notices et 



1594 



ROM 



extraits^ T. V. p. 2 1 sq. Hist. litt. 
de France XIII. 534 sq. 

19304 ROMAN de la rose. Le ro- 

mant de la rose. Par., U. Oering, 

1 479. small fol. Gothic letter with 

woodcuts. 

In 2 oolumns with signatures. The copy 
at Lyons is the only one known of this 
oldest edition. 

19305 — LE rommant de la rose. 
Par., without the printer's name 
or the date (Verard, about 1490). 
fol. Gothic letter, with woodcuts. 

143 leaves in 2 columns, with 43 lines 
and signatures, without catchwords and 
pagination. A copy on vellum with 87 
painted initials and woodcuts, is in the 
Royal library at Paris ; a 2nd copy is in 
the British museum. 

19306 — LE rommant de la rose. 
Par., without the printer's name 
or the date, (Vdrard, about 1496). 
fol. Gothic letter, with woodcuts. 

150 leaves in 2 columns, with 41 lines 
and signatures, without catchwords and pa- 
gination. There are 2 copies on vellum 
(one with 85 miniatures) in the Royal 
library at Paris, and M. Chardin of Paris 
possesses a 3rd copy. 

19307 — le romant de la rose. Par., 
J. du Pr^, without date, fol. Gothic 

letter, with woodcuts. 

At the end of the 15th century. In 2 
oolumns with the signatures a-i, and 41 
lines. Merder de S. L^ger mentions a 
copy on vellum in his MS. notes to Duver- 
dier. 

19308 — le romant de la rose ; (codi- 
oille et testament de maistre Jehan 
de Meun). Par., without the print- 
er's name or the date, ( Verara), 4^. 
Gothic letter, 2 parts in i vol. 

Well printed. The first part has 148 
leaves besides the title, and the and 42 with 
the signatures o-^. 

19309 — le rommant de la rose nou. 
vellement imprim^ k Paris pour 
Jehan Petit. — At the end. Par., 
N. Desprez, without date, fol. 
Gothic letter, with woodcuts. 

Less fine than the two preceding. In 2 
columns with the signatures o-jar, and 43 
lines. 

19310 — le rommant de la rose. 
Par., Mch. le Noir, 1509. 4^ Gothic 
letter, with woodcuts. 



ROM 

This edition is not fine. With the signa- 
tures a-hh. At the end is Le Noir's sym- 
bol on a separate leaf. 

19311 — le romant de la rose. Par., 
J. Jannot, without date, 4- . Gothic 
letter. 

19312 — le rommant de la rose. 
Par., Mch. le Noir, 1 2 Apuril 15 19. 
4°. Gothic letter, with woodcuts. 

With the signatures a^EE. As indif- 
ferent as the preceding. At the end there 
is also Le Noir*s symbol. The editions 
hitherto mentioned g^ve the text indeed 
onlv after the MSS. o£ the 15th century, in 
which the orthography and antiquated 
expressions are altered; they approach 
however nearer to the original text than 
the following. 

19313 — cy est le Romat de la roze. 

Par., Galliot du Pr^, (1526). fol. 

Gothic letter, with woodcuts. 

4 leaves of preliminary matter, 1 39 num. 
bered leaves, and i leaf with the printer's 
symbol, in a colunms with 44 lines. This 
edition and all the rest of the i6th century 
contain the text according to Clem. Marot*s 
corrections, which are so bold and so fre- 
quent that it might almost pass for a 
new work. Two copies on yellum are in 
the Royal library at Paris, (one with 95 
miniatures, previously 420 fr. Gaignat; 
450 fr. Valli^re; 620 fr. McCarthy.) A 3rd 
copy was in the Harldan library, (III. 

210.) 

19314 — le rommant de la rose, 
nouuellement reueu et corrig^ oul- 
tre les precedentes impressions. 
Par., par Pierre Vidoue pour Gal- 
liot du Pre, au moj de Mars 1529. 
8°. with woodcuts. 

A neat edition, printed in Roman cha- 
racters, copies of which in good condition 
are scarce and greatly sought after; (90 fr. 
McCarthy). 8 leaves of preliminary matter, 
403 numbered leaves, and i leaf with the 
printer*s symboL 

19315 — cy est le rommant de la 
rose I ou tout Tart damour est en- 
close I hystoires et autoritez | et 
maintz beaulx propos visitez | qui 
a este nouuellement — corrige suffi- 
santement | et cotte bien a lauan- 
taige I comon voit en chacusne 
page. Par., Galliot du Pr^ (other 
copies, J. Petit), 1531. fol. Gothic 
letter with woodcuts. 

Tolerably fine. 4 leaves of preUminary 
matter, 131 numbered leaves, and i leaf 



ROM 

with tbe printer*! symbol. The woodcuts 
are the tawe as in the preceding edition. 

19316 — le romant de la rose. Par.^ 
J. Longis, 1537. 8°. Gothic letter 
with woodcuts. 

19317 — le romant de la rose. Par.^ 
Pierre Vidoue pour 6u. le Bret 
(other copies, J. Mass^), 1538. 8^. 
Gothic letter, with woodcuts. 

19318 — le romant de la rose, par 
Gu. de Loris et J. de Meun dit 
Clopinel, riv^ snr plusieurs Edi- 
tions et sur quelques MSS., accom- 
pagne de plusieurs autres ouvrages, 
d'une preface historique, de notes 
et d*un glossaire (par Lenglet du 
Fresnoy). Par., Pissot^ »735- *a°' 
3 volL 

Other copies, AmsLy Bernard^ 17.^5. la^ 

3 rols. Thereto belongs the scarce Suppli^ 
meni au glossaire du roman de la rose {pttr 
J.B. LamHn de Damerey). DijoHy 1737. 
12**. This edition has &Uen in price owing 
to that by Mion, The review of it in the 
BibHolh. Baisonne, XV. 379 sq. has some- 
thing originaL 

19319 — le romant de la rose. Nouv. 
Edit, avec des notes, un glossaire 
etc. Par7, Foumier, an 7 (1798). 
large 8°. 5 vols, with plates. (45 

fr.) 

In this edition the errors of the preceding 
are augmented with fresh ones. 90 copies 
on large vdlum paper, (90 fr.) 

19320 — le roman de Rose par Gu. 
de Lorris et J. de Meung. Nouv. 
Edit, revue et corrigEe sur les meil* 
leurs et plus anciens manuscrits, 
par MEon. Par., Didot, 18 14. 8^ 

4 vols, with plates on vellum paper, 

(40 fr.) 

Also copies on large vellum paper, 5 on 
Dutch paper, 3 on rose-coloured paper, 
and 2 on vellum. The bad plates are those 
of the preceding edition. A finely printed 
edition, in whidi the text is set forth with 
great care in its original state. It were to 
be wished however, that the editor would 
have given something of his own for the ex- 
planation of the matter contained ; but he 
has only added a glossary at the end of the 
4th voL In many copies there is appended 
an impression of Raynouard's review in the 
Journal dee savans, printed in 8°. 

19321 — cest le romant de la rose | 
Moralisie der et net | Translate de 



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1595 



rime en prose | Par vostre humble 
Molinet. Par., Ant. V^rard, with- 
out date, (1511). fol. Gothic letter, 

with woodcuts. 

4 leaves of preliminary matter, and 18 r 
numbered leaves, in 2 columns with 43 
lines. A copy on vellum with 140 illumi- 
nated woodcuts in the royal Ubrary at Paris, 
(previously 481 fr. Oaignat; 490 fr. Val- 
li^re^ and 620 fr. McCarthy). J. Aloulinet, 
the author of this translation in prose, died 
in 1507. Brunet has confounded this edi- 
tion with the poetical originaL 

19322 — (the same title) Lyon, Gu. 
Balsarin, 1503. fol. Gothic letter 
with woodcuts. 

153 numbered leaves in 2 columns. WeU 
printed, and scarce in good condition. 

19323 Par., veufue de Mch. le 

Noir, 152 1, fol. with woodcuts. 
126 leaves and 2 leaves table* 

The first author of this moral allegorical 
poem was, as is well known, Gu. de Lorris, 
who died in 1 260 or 62, after he had writ- 
ten the first 4150 verses. Jean de Meun 
(sumamed Clopinel from his lameness) 
who was bom in 1279 or 80, conduued 
and finished it in the first year of the 14th 
century. The entire poem contains mora 
than 22,700 verses of 8 syUables. The chan- 
cellor Oerson wrote against it his TraC' 
tahu eonira romandum de rosa (see his 
Opp. T. III. P. I. p. 297 sq.) Consult 
CataL VaUih'e II. 252 sq. Melanges Hr. 
d*une gr. Bibl. IV. 9 sq. 51 sq. Flogel 
Gesch. der kom, LiU, 11. 411 sq. J. Bowie 
Bemarks on some ancient musMd insiru* 
ments mentioned in the Boman de la rose, 
in the Archaologia Vll. 214^221. See also 
above Alt. le Frakc. 

19324 ROMANCERO general, en 
que se contienen todos los romances 
que andan impressos en las nueve 
partes de Romanceros. Medina del 
Campo, 1602. 4^ 

Extremely scarce, and sold at the sale of 
Stanley *s hbrary at London in 1815 for 
63L 

19325 — romancero general, en que 
se contienen todos los romances 
que andan impressos, aora nueva- 
mente anadido j emendado. Madr., 
J. de la Cuesta, 1604. 4°. 499 pages 
and 7 leaves index.— Segunda parte 
del romancero general y flor de di- 
versa poesia, recopilados por Miguel 
de Madrigal. Valladolid, L. San* 
chez^ 1605. 4^ 224 leaves. 



1596 



ROM 



19326 -* romancero general en qae 
se contienen todos los romances 
que andan impressos, aora nueva- 
Diente anadido y emendado por 
Pedro de Flores. Madr., J. de la 
Cuesta, 1614. 4^ a voll. 

This edition contains both ports of the 
preceding. All three editions are uncom- 
monly scaroe. The collection contains more 
than 1000 romances and songs, but none of 
those which are in the Canoionero de Ro- 
numoesy (see Na 3452*) Consult concern- 
ing it Bouierweek GetehkhtederPoetielll, 

116 Sq. 133. 

10327 — romancero historiado con 

mucha variedad de glosas y sonetos^ 

recopilado por Lucas Rodriguez. 

Alcala, Ramirez, 1581. 8^ 
There is an earlier edition AkalOy 1579. 

19328 (ROMANCES.) Silva de va- 
rios romances, en que estan recopi- 
lados la mayor parte de los ro- 
mances castellanos, que hasta agora 
se ban compuesto^ hay al fin algu- 
nos canciones y coplas graciosas y 
sentidas. ^arago^a^ 1550. 8°. 

Very scarce. 17I. 58. duke of Marlbo- 
rou^ 18 19. 

19329 — romances nueuamente saca- 

dos de historias antiguas de la cro- 

nica de Espana compuestos por Lo. 

ren90 de Sepulueda. Anaoioae el 

Romance de la conquista de la ciu- 

dad de Africa en Berueria, en el 

ailo MDL y otros diuersos. Anvers^ 

J. Steelsio, 1551. long la^ 

359 numbered leaves, and 4 leaves tabla, 
«nd the printer*s symbol. Leaves 343- 
353 are sometimea wanting. (Also in 
WolfenbatteL) 

19330 — (the same title). Anvers* 
1566. 8^ 

19331 — (the same title). An vers, 
1580. small 8^ 

This collection contains 149 romances, 
only some of which (not historical) are of 
any oonsequenoe. (Wolfenbfittel). 

19332 — recopilacion de romances 

▼iejos» sacados de las coronicas Es- 

paiiolas^ Romanas y Troyanas. Ago. 

ro (sic) nueuamente : por Lorenzo 

de Sepulveda. Alcala, Fr. de Cor- 

mellas y Pedro de Robles^ 15^3* 

lonff I2^ 
4 waves of prdiminary matter, and 169 



ROM 

numbered leaves. This oaUecdon is £n> 
more scaroe than the preceding, and alto- 
gether different from it. It contains only 
some of the same pieces (in a quite 
different order), and instead many others 
which are not in the preceding edition. 
113 romances altogether. (Wolfenbattel.) 

19333 — silua de varios Romances : 
En que estan recopilados la mayor 
parte de los romances Castellanos, 
y agora nueuamente anadidos en 
esta segunda impresion que nunca 
an sido estampados. Hay al fin al. 
gunas caciones villacicos y coplas, y 
tambien sean anadido en esta im- 
presion algunas cosas sentidas, sa- 
cadas de diuersos auctores. (Bar^ 
celona), Jaume Cortey, 1557* 
long 1 2^^. Gothic letter. 

3 TO numbered leaves, and 4 leaves tabla. 
Quite different from Sepulireda*8 collection, 
and of far greater interest. (WolfrnbOtteL) 

19334 — silva de varios romances. 
Barcelona, 161 1. 8^ 

Probably the same collection. 

19335 — romances e historias del 
muy valeroso cauallero el Cid Ruy 
Diaz de Bivar, en lenguaje antiguo, 
recopilado por J. de Escobar. Lisb. 

1615. 13^* 

Also Madr.j without date, I3°. Madr.^ 
And. Garcia de la Iffleaiuy 1661. 13**. 
Pamplona, ML de Zaffokt, 1 703. long 1 2\ 
Cadiz, Pedro Ortijs, 1703. long 13*". Pam* 
plana, 1706. 34^ Barcelona, 1757. 8*. 
3 vols. See also above, Metje. This 
collection contains io3 romances. 

19336 — romancero e historia del 
mui valeroso cavellero Cid Rui Diaz 
de Vibar, en lenguage antiguo, re- 
copilado por J. de Escobar. Nueva 
edicion, reformada sobre las anti- 
guas, anadida e ilustrada con varias 
notas y composiciones del mismo 
tiempo y asunto para su mas facil 
inteligencia, y adornada con un epi- 
tome de la historia verdadera del 
Cid. Por Vicente Gonzalez del 
Resuero. Madr., Cano, 1818. 12°. 

This newest edition contains 78 ro- 
mances. 

19337 — les romances du Cid, imi- 
t^es de I'espagnol (par Creuz^ De- 
lessert). Par., Delaunay, 1814. 16°. 
—Ed. II. Par., 1821. i6^ (3 fr.) 



ROM 

19338 — pnmavera y flor de los me- 
jores romances j satires que se han 
cantado en la corte, anadidas de di- 
versas poesias, por Pedro Arias 
Perez. Madr. 162 1. 12". 

This is only the ist part which consists of 
160 ronumees. SevUla, 1616 (also 1627) 
long 1 2**., is enlarged with a 2nd part of 
121 romances. Math, 1659. ^^ '^°- ^^ 
contains both parts. This collection has 
little to distinguish it. 

19339 — romances varios. Madr., 
Pablo de Val, 1655. 12°. 

19340 — romances varios de di versos 
autores, agora nuevamente reco- 
gidos por Ant. Diez. Zaragoza, 
viuda de Mig. de Luna, 1663. 12°. 

19341 — romances varios de di versos 

autores, anadidos y emendados en 

esta ultima impression. Madr., 

1664. 12*. 

A new impression of the preceding col- 
lection, but badly printed. It contains 
r f o romances and Letriiku, 46 of which 
have Quevedo for their author. Scarcely 
a dozen of the rest are worth noticing. 

19342 — floresta de varios romances 
por Damian Lopez de Tortajada. 
Madr. 17 13. 12**. 

19343 — floresta de varios romances 
sacados de las historias antiguas de 
I06 hechos famosos de los doce pares 
de Francia : aora novamente corre- 
gidos por Damian Lopez de Torte- 
jada. Madr., 1 764. long 1 2^. 

Containing 42 good old romances, for the 
most part borrowed from the Cancianero de 
Romances. Printed in Turpm't Hiatary qf 
Charka the Greai, Land, 18 12 or i3. 8^ 
2 vols. 

19344 — romances de Germania de 
varios autores,* con el vocabulario 
por el orden d(4 a. b. c. para decla- 
racion de sus terminos en lengua, 
compuesto por Juan Hidalgo: el 
discurso de la expulsion de los Gi- 
tanos* que escribio Sancho de Mon. 
cado, y los romances de la Ger- 
mania, que escribio Fr. de Quevedo. 
Madr., J. Ant. de Sancha, 1779* 
8^ (8 rs.) Also ib., 1802. 8^ 

A collection of gipsey-romances written 
in the cant language of the Spanish 
gipsies, which were much liked by Que- 
vedo. 

19345 -^ silva de romances viejos, 
VOL. IV. 



ROM 



1597 



publicada por Jac. Grimm. Vienna 
de Austria, Mayer, 181 5. 12^ 
Containing 69 romances. 

19346 — G. B. Depping Sammlung 
der besten alten spanischen histo- 
rischen Ritter->u. maurischen Ro- 
manzen. Altenb. u. Lpz., Brock- 
haus. 1817. I a"*. (2 d. 12 gr.) 

19347 — romancero e historia del rey 
de Espaiia Don Rodrigo, postrero 
de los Godos, en lenguage antigo, 
reoopilado por Abel Hugo. Par., 
Boucher, 1821. 12°. 

19348 — romances historiques, trad, 
de Tespagnol par Abel Hugo. Par., 
Pelicier, 1822. 12". 

This translation contains other historical 
romances, and is qnite different from the 
for^^ing collection. 

A collection of old Spanish romances is 
also contained in the i6th and 17th parts 
of the collection of Femandee. See also 
abore, Cancionero, No. 3452, Fuektes, 
Padilla, Puertes. As to die rest it is 
very agreeable to me to be able here publidy 
to testify my thanks to Mr. D. Julius <^ 
Hamboig for the valuable assistance, which 
I have received from him, particularly with 
regard to this article. 

ROMANCES, Engli^, see Rit- 
soN, H. Wkber and Ellis. 

19349 ROMANELLI, Dm. Antica 
topografia istorica del regno di Na- 
poli. Nap., stamp, reale, 1815-18. 
4°. 2 vols, with plates and maps. 

No mon appeared owing to his death. 

19350 — Napoli antica e modems. 
Nap. 1815. 12^ 3 vols, with maps. 

19351 ROMANELLO, Oi. Ant- 

Ritmi volgari. Verona, Zuanne 

Alvise e Alberto fratelli, without 

date (about 1470). 4^ 

This scarce edition contains S3 etmeite 
which are reprinted from this edition in 
Gittsio de* ConH Seilamano, Verm»a^ 

19352 ROMANS, Bn. Concise natu- 
ral history of East and West Florida. 
New York, Aitken, 1776. small 8^ 

with plates. 
Scarce in Europe. 

19353 ROME de lisle, J. Bt. L. de. 
Cristallographie. Par.^ 17B3. 8''. 
4 voiL — Description d'une collec- 
tion de min^aux. Par. 1779. 8^ 

5M 



1598 



ROM 



—Catalogue des curiosit6s de la 
nature du cabinet de Davila. Par. 
1 767. S^. 3 vols, with plates. — M6- 
trologie ou tables pour servir h 
Tintelligence des poids et mesures 
des anciens. Par. 1 789. 4^^. 
ROMEO and Julie, see Porto. 

19354 ROMERO de (^epeda. Joa. 
chim. La antigua memorable y san- 
grienta destruycion de Troya. Re- 
copilada de diuersos autores. Re- 
partida en diez narraciones y veinte 
cantos. Toledo, Pero Lopez de 
Haro, 1583. small 8°. 150 num. 
bered leaves. 

The 10 narracionet in prose form the 
Odminenoement. Each canto is likewise 
preceded by a prose declaracion of the 
same. After Dares, Dictys, Eusebius, 
Strabo^ Diodorus Siculus and Sabellicus; 
but no trace is discovered of any French 
source having been used. The Dresden 
copy was bought at Eschenbuiig^s sale in 
i8aa for 3d. 11 gr. 

19355 — obras (en verso). Sevilla, 
Pescioni, 1582. 4°. 

19356 ROMME, Charl. L'art de la 
marine. Rochelle, 1787. 4°. with 
plates. — Dictionnaire de la marine 
anglaise. Par. 1804. 8°. 2 voU. 
(10 fr.) — Tableaux des vents, des 
marees etc. Par. 1806. 8°. 2 voll. 
( 1 5 fr.) — Dictionnaire de la marine 
fran^. Par. 1813. 8. (9 fir.) 

19357 RONCALLI, C. Epigrammi. 
Parma, Bodoni, (1792). 8^. — Ven. 
1801. 8^ 

19358 RONCALLI. Th. Vetustiora 
latinor. scriptor. chronica, ad MSS. 
codd. emendata et cum castiga- 
tioribus editionibus collata, notis- 
que illustrata. Patav. 1787. 4°. 
2 voll. 

19359 RONCONL Ign. Dizionario 
d' agricoltuia o sia la coltivazione 
italiana. Ed. V. Ven 1804, 8^ 
5 voll. 

19360 RONDEAUX nouveaux d'a- 

mour^ au nombre de cent et trois. 

Lyon, J. Lambany, without date, 

1 2^. Oothic letter. 
See also OmiwooRE, No. 8951. 

19361 RONDELET, Gu. Libri de 
piscibusmarinis. Lugd.,Bonhomme, 



ROQ 

1554. Universal aquatilium histo- 
riae pars altera, ib., id.^ 1555* ^o^* 
2 parts in i vol. with woodcuts. 

The woodcuts are unoommnnly neat. 
There are also copies on lai^ paper. The 
woodnits are also in the French transla- 
tion (by Lr. Juubert) t^., %d.y 1558. fol. 
1 parts in i v(d. 

19362 RONDELET, J. Traits th6o- 
rique et pratique de l'art de bfttir. 
Par. 1802-17. large 4°. 4 voll. in 
8 N06., with 1 93 plates. (112 fr.) 

The 3rd and last part of this esteemed 
work consists of 3 sections. 

19363 RONSARD, Pt. (Kuvres, 

avec sa vie par CI. Binet, et son 

oraison fun^bre par Jac. Duperron. 

Par., Buon, 1587 or 1604. 12^ 

10 parts in 5 voll. 

A scarce edition, to which should be 
joined, Recuetl des ceuvres retranchees. 
Par. 161 7. 12". 

19364 — oeuvres, revues et augmen- 
ts et illustr^es de commentaires, 
par N. Richelet. Par., Buon, 1623. 
fol. 2 vols. Also on large paper. 

This edition is less sought after than the 
preceding, but it is more complete and cor- 
rect, and contains 4 portraits. The com- 
mentary of Muretus, which is to be found 
therein, contains many learned observations. 
The edition, Far, HenauU, i629~3a 12°. 
10 parts in 5 vols, was probably made from 
this. 

19365 ROO, Gerard, de. Annales re- 
rum ab Austriacis Habspurgicee 
gentis principibus a Rudolpho I. 
usque ad Carolum V. gestarum. 
CEniponti, Agricola, 1592. fol. 

It is a mere story that only 100 copies of 
this frequently occurring edition exist, see 
Zap/ Reisen in einige Kfottery p. 33. Also 
Hal., Renger, 1709. 4°. In German by 
Cr. Deitz von Weidenbeig, Augtp.^ SehnU 
tesy 1 62 1, fol. 

19366 ROPER, Th. Vita Th. Mori. 
E codd. vetustis descripsit. notas 
subjecit ediditque Th. Hearnius. 
Ox. 1 7 16. 8°. Also on large paper. 

A scarce edition, as only 148 copies were 
struck off. Reprinted, LoruL 1731 or 
1817. 8". 

19367 ROQUE, Gilles Ant. de la. 
Traite de la noblesse et de toutes 
ses dilf (^rentes espies. Rouen, 

>734- 4°- 

19368 — histoire g^nerale des mai- 



ROQ 

sons nobles de la proyince de Nor- 
mandie. (Caen, 1654). fol. 

Thii work is only the genealogy of the 
fiunily of du Fay, printed on 144 pages, a 
copy of which on vellum is in the Royal 
library at Paris, see CtUal. ties iivr, impr. 
turviUn F. 128. 

19369 ROQUEFORT, J. B. B. 

Glossaire de la langue Romane. 
Par., Waree, 1808. 8°. 2 voll. (24 
fr., on fine paper 28 fr., on vel- 
lum paper 48 fr.) Supplement, 
Par., Chasseriau, 1820. 8°. (7 fr., 
on vellum paper 14 fr.) 

19370 — vues pittoresque et per- 
spective des salles du mus6e des 
monumens fran^ais, grav. en 20 
estampes par Lavall6e et Reville, 
d*apr^ les dessins de Vauzelle, 
avec un texte explicatif par Roque- 
fort. Par., Didot, 1818-20. large 
fol. 

Each No. 36 fr., on vellum paper 48 fr. 
5 were to have appearpd. 

19371 ROSA, Gins. Storia di £u- 
ropa. Nap. 1 740. 4®. 1 o voll. 

19372 ROSA, Salvator. Has elu- 
dendi otii Carolo Rubeo singularis 
amicitise pimus D. D. D. In 4^ 

36 leaves, {Sates. 

19373 — Salvator Rosa invenit. Par., 
de Poily, without date, 8^. 

60 leaves, plates. 

19374 *- satire dedicate e Settano. 
Amst., Severo Prothomastix, with. 
out date, 1 2°. 1 60 pages and i leaf. 

This badly printed edition appeared about 
1664, (perhaps at Genera?) 

19375 — satire. Amst., Bernard, 
1 7 19. 8^ 

19376 — satire, coUe note d'Ant. 
Mar. Salvini. Amst. 1 770 or 81. 8^. 

Also with the same notes, Lond. (Li- 
vomo), Mati, 1787. 12**. Atiut, 1790. 8°. 
The edition, Lond. 1791. 8°. is fine. — La 
pittttrOf taHrOy eon le note di Gi. Dm. Fuh- 
riOo. GoUmgen, 1785. 8°. (6 gr.) 

19377 ROSAMORANDO, Fil. II 
Medo^ tragedia. Verona. Carat- 
toni, 1765. 4°. 

A copy on vdlum in the Royal library at 
Paris, (bought at MK]larthy*s sale for 73 
fr.) 

19378 ROSARIO de la gloriosa vir. 
gine Maria. Ven., Vittor della Se- 



ROS 



1699 



rena, 1541. 8°. Gk>thic letter, with 
woodcuts. 

352 numbered and 3 unnumbered leaves. 
The woodcuts are remarkable. 

ROSARIUS, Sim., see Anti- 
THB8I8. 

19379 ROSASCO, Girol. Rimario 
toscano. Padova, Manfr^, 1763. 
4''. Also, ib., 1719. 4°. 

19380 — della lingua toscana dialoghi 
sette. Torino, 1777. 8°. 

19381 ROSCOE, W. Life of Lo- 
renzo de' Medici. Lond. 1797. 
large 4°. 2 vols, with plates. Also, 
ib., 1800. 8^ 3 vols. Basil, Tour- 

neisen, 1 799. 8"^. 4 parts in 3 vols. 
In Italian Pisa^ 1799. 8°. 4 roD. In 
French by Fr. Thurot, Par. an 7 (1798). 
8**. 7 voU. (The translator's somewhat re- 
volutionary preface u only to be found in 
some of the copies.) In German by Kurt 
Sprengel, BerL 1797* large 8^ (id. 18 gr.) 

19382 — illustrations historical and 
critical of the life of Lr. de' Me- 
dici, with an appendix of original 
and other documents. Lond., Ca- 
dell, 1822. 4^ Also in 8°. 

A supplemental volume to the preceding 
work. 

19383 — the life and pontificate of 

heoH. Liverpool, 1805. large 4^ 

4 vols, with plates, (61. 6s., on large 

paper, lol. los.) 

A fine edition. Also, Lond, 1806. 8*". 
6 vols. (3I. jts.) A translation by L. Bossi 
enlarged with annotations, and hitherto un- 
printed additions appeared at Milan in is 
vols. 8°. In French by Henry, Ed. II. 
Par, 1 8 13. 8**. 4 vols, with plates, (25 fr., 
on vellum paper 50 fr.) In German by 
And. F. Oli. Glaaer, with annotations and 
additions by H. Ph. Cr. Uenke, Lpz. 
1806-8. 8°. 3 voll. (6 d. 18 gr.) 

19384 ROSCOMMON. Poems. 
Lond., Bell, 1797. I2^ 

19385 ROSELL, Ant. Gr. Instita- 
ciones matematicas. T. I. contiene 
la aritmetica comun y principios de 
Algebra. Madr. 1785. 4". 

No and vol. of this esteemed work had ap- 
peared at least up to 1 789. 

ROSENBERG, see Wynnb. 

19386 ROSENDE, Ant. Gonzalez 
de. Vida y virtudes de J. de Pala- 
fox y Mendoza. Madr., Paredes, 

SM2 



1600 



ROS 



1666. fol. — Ed. II. Madr., Bed- 
mar, 1 67 1, fol. 

19387 ROSENGARTEN. Dis biich- 
lein saget von dem rosengarten 
kunig Laurins vnd von den Rysen, 
wie sie mit einander stritten vnd 
von den schonen frawen gar kurtz- 
wilig zu lesen. Strb.^ without the 
printer's name, 1509. 4^. 

Six sheets. Consult Hagen's Grundristy 
p. 68, where also an edition, Strb. Hujfyf, 
1500, is quoted. 

19388 ROSENMULLER, E. F. C. 
Arab. Elementar- u. Lesebuch. 
Lpz., Barth, 1799. 8®. (2 d. 8 gr.) 

19389 — institutiones ad funda- 
menta linguae arab. Acced. senten. 
tise et narrationes arabice una cum 
glossario arab. lat. Lps., Barth, 
1 81 8. large 8°. {4 d. 12 gr.) 

19390 — scholia in V. T. Lps., 
Barth, 1795-1816. 8°. 7 parts in 
16 voll. (32 d. 4 gr.) 

P. I. Genesis et Ejpodus, 1795. P* II* 
Lemi..DetUerm. 1798. P. III. T. 1.3. 
Jetaiae, 1811-10. P. IV. T. 1-3. PsalnU 
1800-4. T. V. T. I, a. Hiob. 1806. P. VI. 
T. I, a. Exechiel. 1808. P. VII. T. 1-4. 
Prophetm Minores, i8ia-i6. 

19391 ROSENMULLER, J. G. 

Scholia in N. T. Ed. V. Nrb., Fel- 

secker, 1 801-7. S*** S ^^^^' (9 ^• 
1 2 gr.) 

A 6th impression of the ist voL ib. 1815 
has already appeared. 

ROSENROTH, see Cabbala. 

19392 ROSIER (le) des chansons 
nouvelles, tant de I'amour que de la 

fuerre, contenant la pluspart des 
eureuses victoires obtenues en 
Lorraine et ailleurs. Lyon, Rigaud, 
1580. i6^ 
See also Rozieb. 

19393 ROSIERES, Fr. de. Stem- 

mata Lotharingiffi et Barri ducum 

tomi VII. ab Antenore Trojano ad 

Caroli III. ducis tempora. Par., 

Chaudi^e, 1580. fol. 

Gonoeming this work, filled with histo- 
rical cheats of all sorts, and its fate, see 
Mem. de PAcad. des ivucr. T. 34. p. 1 73. 
(F. Sneedorf ) Briefe einet reisenden Da" 
nsn, ZfiUichau, 1793. 8^ p. 312 sq. 

19394 ROSIGLIA, M. Sonetti, capi- 
toll, egloghe, strambotti e due pre- 



ROS 

diche d'amore. Ven., Zopino^ 1 5 2 1 . 
8^ 
ROSINI, C, see Hbrculanen- 

SIUM. 

19395 ROSINI, Gi. La poesia, la 
musica e la danza, versi. Parma, 
Bodoni, 1796. 8°. 30 pages. 

19396 — al pudore, ode. Pisa, 1801. 
12°. 7 leaves. 

19397 — le scienze e le arti, poe- 
metto. Pisa, 180J. large fol. 

19398 — il secolo di Leone X. poe- 
metto. Pisa, 1803. fol. 

19399 — odi. Fir., Pagani, 1 797. 8°. 

19400 — poesie. Pisa, 1817. l2^ 
2 voll. 

19401 — nuove lettere sulla lingua 
ital. Pisa, 1820. 8^ 

See also Lasinio. 

19402 ROSINUS, J. Antiquitatum 
Romanar. corpus absolutissimum, 
cum notis Th. Dempsteri. Amst. 
1743. 4°. with plates. 

The best edition. At first, Ba$, 1 585. fol. 

19403 ROSMINI, C. de'. Vito di 
Ovidio. Perrara, 1782. 8°. 2 voll. 

19404 — vita di Seneca. Roveredo, 
1795. 8°. 

19405 — idea del ottimo precettore 
nella vita e disci plina di V ittorino 
da Feltre e di suoi discepoli. Baa- 
sano, 1 80 1. 8^ 

In Oerman by J. Cap. von Orelli, Ziir. 
1812. 8^ (16 gr.) 

19406 — vita e disciplina di Guarino 
Veronese e de' suoi discepoli. Bre- 
scia, Bettoni, 1805. 8°. 3 voll. 

19407 — vita di Fr. Filelfo da Tolen- 
tino. Mil., Mussi, 1808. 8^ 3 voll. 

19408 — dell' istoria intorno alle mili. 
tari imprese e alia vita di Gian Ja- 
copo Trivulzio, detto il Magno, 
libri XV. Mil. 1 81 5. 4°. 2 vols, 
with plates. 

With very important original documents, 
and a great many plates and coins. 

19409 — dell' istoria di Milano. Mil. 

Manini e Rivolta, 1820-21. 4^ 

4 vols, with plates. 

This work has not gained the same praise 
as his earlier works. 

19410 ROSS, J. A voyage of disco- 
very made for the purpose of ex- 



ROS 

ploring Baffin's Bay and inquiring 

into the probability of a north-west 

passage. Lond., Murray^ 1819. 4°. 

with 32 illuminated plates and 

maps (3I. 138. 6d.) Also ib., 1819. 

8^ 2 vols, with maps (il. is.) 
In French, Far., 18 19. 8^ 

19411 — Entdeckungsreise^ um Baf- 
fin's Bay auszuforschen. Von meh- 
rem aus dem Engl, iibs., herausg. 
von Ph. And. Nemnich. Lpz., 
Fleischer, 1820. 4°. with i map 
and 27 plates partly illuminated, 
( 1 2 d. 18 gr., on vellum paper 1 5 d. 
16 gr.) 

19412 — Edw. Sabine remarks on 
the account of the late voyage of 
discovery to Baffin's Bay, publish, 
by J. Ross. Lond. 18 19. 8^ (2s.) 
— J. Ross Explanation of Sabine's 
remarks etc. Lond. 18 19. 8°. (2s. 
6d.) — A journal of a voyage of dis- 
covery to the Arctic regions, by an 
officer of the Alexander. Lond., 
Phillips, 1819 8^ (3s.) 

ROSSEL, see Dbntrecasteaux. 
ROSSET, Pr., see Amadis, No. 
484. 

19413 ROSSI (or RuBEis), Dm. de. 
Studio d' architettura civile sopra 
gli omamenti di porte e finestre 
etc. Roma, 1702-11. large fol. 2 
vols, with plates. 

19414 — raccolta di statue aniiche 
e moderne, coUe sposizioni di P. 
Aless. Maffiei. Roma, 1704. large 
fol. 3 parts in i vol. 

Old imprenions are greatly sought after. 
163 plates besides the title, the last 2 of 
which are sometimes waudiig. The 2nd 
edition, with the title of the above, but 
with the year 174a at the end, is less 
sought aftor. 

19415 — gemme antiche figurate, 

oolle sposizioni di P. Aless. Maffei. 

Roma, 1707-9. 4°. 4 vols, with 

plates. 

The I St vol. has 105 plates, the and 103, 
the 3rd loa, and the 4th 100. They are 
only the old plates of Ln. Agostino (see 
this article), retouched and augmented 
with some other yery bad plates. But the 
text is not without merit. 

19416 — Romanse magnitudinis mo- 



ROS 



1601 



numenta, quae iUam urbem velut 
redivivam exhibent. Romae, 1699. 
oblong fol. 

19417 ROSSI, Gi.Gherardi. Poesie. 
Pisa, 1798. 16°. 2 voll. 

19418 — favole. Roma, 1788. 8°. 
or Vercelli, 1 790. 1 2®. — Nuove fa- 
vole. Roma, 1801. 8^ 

19419 — commedie. Bassano, 1 790- 
98. 8°. 4 voU. 

19420& — (anon.) scherzi poetici e 
pittorici sopra amore. Parma, 
stamp, reale (Bodoni), 1795> 4°> 
with 40 plates. 

The copies are of 3 sorts, with etched 
plates, in Indian ink, and illuminated in the 
Etruscan taste. At the same place and 
time likewise appenred an edition in 8^ 
with the same 3 sorts of plates. The 
plates are copies of those etched by Texeira 
in the edition, Rom. 1 794. large 8^ 

19420b — vita d' Angelica Kauff- 
mann. Fir. 1810. 8®. on vellum 
paper, with i portrait (8 paoli). 

ROSSI, J., see Buonaroti. 

19421 ROSSI (or RuBBis), J. Bt. 
de. Collectio 69 statuar. antiquar. 
Romffi, 1 64 1, oblong fol. 

19422 ROSSI (or RuBBis), J. Jac. 
Raccolta di vasi diversi e di varie 
targhe formate da antiche artefici. 
Roma, 1 7 13. fol. with plates. 

19423 — insignium Romie templo- 
rum prospectus exteriores interi- 
oresque. Romae, 1693. fol. with 
plates. 

19424 — disegni di varj altari e cap- 
pelle nelle chiese di Roma. Roma 
(1713). large fol. with 50 plates. 

19425 — insigniores statuarum urhis 
Romae icones lihri II. cum 140 ta- 
bulls aeneis. Romae, without date. 
foL 

See also Raphael. 

19426 ROSSI, J. Bn. Delia b'ngua 
propria di Cristo e degli Ebrei na- 
zionali della Palestina da' tempi de' 
Maccabei. Parma, 1772. 4°. (6 fr.) 

19427 — de hebraicae typographiae 
origine ac primitiis. Parmae, 1776. 
4°. Also Erlang., 1778. 8°. 

19428 — annali ebreo-tipografici. 
Parma, 1780. 4^ 

SM3 



1602 ROS ROS 

19429 — annali ebreo-tipografici di .£gyptiac«e. Romae, 1808. large 

Sabioneta. Panna, 1780. 8°. 4°. 

Tranilated into Latin by J. F. Root, This work contain* many more wordi than 

Erlang., 1783. 8». (3 ge.) •• CroBo's Lexicon XgypHaeum, and may 

1 • 1 t^ • n terre at a supplonent to it — See abo 

19430 — de typographia hebraica Fer- Diooenes Laert., No. 6188. 

rariensi. Pann«. 1780. 8°. Also, 19442 ROSSI. Lr. FU. Camere ae- 

Erlang., 1781. 8°. polcrali de' liberti e liberte di Li- 

19431 — apparatus hebrseo-biblicus via Augusta e d'altri Cesari. Rotna, 
seu M8S. editique codices, quos 1731. fol. with 40 plates, 
possidet. ParmK, 1782. 8°. See above, Biaitchihi. 

19432 - van« l«5tt y. T. (hebr.) ,^^^3 j^oggj ^^^^ q, „ „„^^„ 
ex immensa MSS. editorumque co- j^^j^^ jeUe fabriche in prospet- 
dicum congene hau8t« et ad Sama- ^^^ jj ^^^^ modema, copiate 
ntanum textum etc. exammatie j^Ue stampe intagliate da Gi. Bt. 
'^'^«'«'f«»y.P-.' 784-88. 4°. Fjda. rLs, r686. oblong fol. 
4 voll. Scholia CTit. in V. T. hbros ^^j^ ^ j^^^ » 

8. supplementa ad varias sam tex- ^^^^^ ^^^^ p' p^„„^ j.^, 

tiw lectiones. ib. 1798. 4"- (60 fr.) ^^^^ 5^ ;„ ,^^^^ 

19433 - annales hebraH>-typogra- Fi„,entina et Pisana Jrassertim, 
phici sec. XV. ab a. 1501-40. ^u^^t. Ljb^^^i Z;,. ^ ^^jg. 
Parm« ex reg. typ., 1 795^9- 4'- ^ith lo illuminated plat J. 

2 voll. (15 fr.) ^ ^. . .^'^ . V T 

ift^oj u:uT ai • J • *.• A new edition with annotations by J. 

19434 — bibliotheca judaica ariti. ch. U HeUwig, Helmut,, 1795-1808. 8^ 
Christiana. Parmae, 1800. 8^ (4 fr.) ^ vols, with plates (5 d. 12 gr.) 

19435 - dizionario storico de^li au- 1^^445 _ mantissa insectorum, exhi. 
ton ebrei e delle loro opere. ^^^ j^g ^ j^ Et^uria coL 
Parma, reale stamp., 1802. 8^ lectas, adjectis Faunae Etrusca il- 
2 voll. (12 fr.) , , .. lustrationibus et emendatt. Pisis, 

^?^lvT™''"T'^P^' f ^^ ^«^""^^ 1792-94. 4°. 2 parts, with 8 iUu- 

bibliothecse J. Bn. de Rossi, accu- minated plates. 

rate ab eodem descnpti et illus- Both works together cost 54 fr. or 80 

trati. PannsB, 1803-5. ^°' 3 ^^^^* P«>^i' 

(15 fr.) Libri stampati di lettera- 19445 ROSSINI, L. Raccolta di 

tura sacra ebraica ed orientale della cinquanta principali vedute di anti- 

bibbote<» del Dottore Gi. Bn. de ^hitk, tratte dagli scavi fatti in 

Rossi, ib. 1812.8°. Roma in questi ultimi tempi. Ro- 

Both collections were bought for the ma, 18 18. large fol. 

O^Bnd^lucal library at Parma. ROST, see HuBKR. 

19437 — lexicon hebraicum selectnm. ROSTGAARD, see Delicije poe- 
Parmse, 1805. 8°. tar. 

19438 — dizionario storico degli au- 19447 ROSTREENEN, Gr. de. 
tori arabi piu celebri e delle prin- Grammaire fran9oi8e-celtique et 
dpaJi loro opere. Parma, stamp, ftan^oise-bretonne. Rennes, 1738. 
reale, 1807. 8°. (6 fr.) 8^ 

19439 — annali ebreo-tipografici di 19448 — dictionnaire fran^ois-celti- 
Cremona. Parma, 1808. 8°. que ou fran9ois-breton. Rennes, 

19440 — memorie storiche su i suoi Vatar, 1732. 4°. 

Btudj e letterarie produzioni. Par- ROS WALL and Lillian. A romance 

ma, 1 809. 8°. in the Scotch dialect in rhyme, from 

A list of his writings in the Wiener IM. the middle of the 15th century, of 

Zeii, 18 1 4. Int. Bl. p. 35 sq. which there is an undated edition 

19441 ROSSI, Ign. Etymologise of the i8th century. Extracts 



ROS 

ID Ellis's specimens of early £ng. 
iish metrical romances, III. 371 sq. 

19449 ROSWEYDUS, Heribert. 
Vitte patrum, de vita et verbis se- 
nionim s. historiae Eremiticse li- 
bri X. auctoribus suis et nitori 
pristino restituti ac annotation! bus 
illustrati. Ed. II. aucta et illustr. 
Antw.^ ex off. Plants 1628. fol. 
Also on large paper. 

A ooUection made with care and critica] 
acumeD from MSS. and old editions. 

ROSWITHA, see Hroswitha. 
ROTA Veneris, see Boncompag- 

NUB. 

19450 ROTA, Bernardino. Rime ed 
egloghe pescatorie. Ed. III. Na. 
poli, Cacclii, 1572. 4®. 3 parts in 
1 vol. 

This fine and scarce edition contains also 
his Latin Canmnoy besides what is speci- 
fied in the title. 

19451 — poesie con le annotazioni di 
Scip. Ammirato. Napoli, Muzio, 
1726. 8^ 2 voll. 

This edition is augmented. 

19452 ROTEIRO. F. F. P. roteiro 
de Neptuno oriental das cartas. 
Lisb. 1783. 4". Roteiro de Nep- 
tuno b. a. naveg. da China etc. ib. 
1783. 4^ Roteiro oriental p. a. 
naveg. das cartas do grande oceano 
Atlant. J oriental, ib. 1783. 4°. 
Roteiro occidental, ib. 1784. 4^ 

19453 ROTGANS, L. Poezy. 
L«eeu\vBrd., 1 7 1 1 . 4°. with plates. 
Also on large paper. 

19454 — Wilhelm de Derde, in Hel- 
dendicht beschreven. Utrecht en 
Amst., 1698-1700. 4^ 2 parts with 
plates. 

19455 — de Boerenkermis, in twee 

Zangen. Amst. 1708. 4^ 

Nieuwe UUgave. Grofdngen, Meyer, 
1823. 13^ (12 St., on veUum paper 16 st.) 

19456 ROTHSCHOLZ, F. Icones 
bibliopolarum et typographorum. 
Nrb. et Altorf. 1726-42. fol. 3 
parts. 

Complete copies are scarce. The first 
3 parts contain 50 portraits eacli, but the 
^nlonly 30. 

19457 — thesaurus symbolor. ac em- 



ROU 



1603 



blematum i. e. insignia bibliopolar. 
et typographor. ab incunabulis ty- 
pc^raphifie ad nostra usque tem- 
pora. Nrb. et Altorf. 1730. fol. 

This work has become very scarce, but is 
very incomplete, without sdeotion, and at the 
same time very little to be depended upon, 
as the re pr e s e ntations are often only made 
from bad copies. It contains 508 insignia 
in 50 sections. At the end is, Partit pri. 
fiue finis f but a second part never appeared. 
The double index, mentioned in the title, 
was only added to it in 1765. The 64 
leaves of preliminary matter are wanting 
in most copies. The editor's portrait ought 
also to be included. 

ROTWELSCH, see Grammatica, 

No. 8765. 

19458 ROTROU, J. de. OSuvres. 

Par., Desoer, 1820-23. 8**. 5 voll. 

(35 fr., on vellum paper 70 fr.) 

The first edition of his collected wori&s. 
It is to be regretted that the prefaces and 
introductions of the original editions of the 
single pieces are omitted. 

ROU, see Roman. 

ROUILLE, see Catrou and Prom- 

TUARIUM. 

19459 ROUSSEAU, J. Bt CEuvres 
diverses. Nouv. edit, revue et 
augm. Lond., Tonson et Watts, 
1723. 4". 2 voll. Also on large 
paper. In addition ; Supplements 
contenant les pieces, que I'auteur 
a rejett^ de son edition, ib., id., 
1723. 8°. 

This edition, although respectable, is no 
longer sought after. 

19460 — oBuvres. Nouv. edit, revue, 

corrigee, augmentee (par I'abb^ Se- 

guy). Bruxell. (Par., Z>frfo<). 1743. 

large 4°. 3 vols. 

A fine edition, but not containing the an- 
thorns offensive epigrams. The reprint {Par. 
1743), Ia^ 4 vols, is only sought after on 
large paper. 

19461 — Lond. (Par,) 1757. 12^ 

5 voll. 

A neat edition, in which are to be found 
both the offensive epigrams and the noto- 
rious couplets (oonoeming them see^ Ati^ 
moires pour servir h Vhist, du cilebre 
Rousseau et des fameux couplets qui lui 
sont faussement attribues, BnutelL 1753. 
1 2°. ) The couplets are engraved in writing 
characters. 

The editions, Par. an 4 (1795)) la*. 

5M4 



1604 



ROU 



5 V0I9. and ib. 1796. 8"". 4 vob. with plates, 
are leas prized. There are oopies of both 
oa vellum paper. 

19462 — (Buvres, precedees d*un essai 
histor. siir sa vie, et aaginentee& de 
notes et d'un choix de ses lettres 
(par Amar-Durivier). Par., Le- 
fSvre, 1820. 8°. 5 vols, with Rous- 
seau's portrait (33 £r,, on vellum 
paper 90 fr.). 

The best edition. The oflensive epi- 
grams are indeed not to be found in it, 
but they were printed separately at the 
same time. 

19463 — odes, cantates, ^pitres et 

poesies di verses. Par., Didot, 1790. 

4°. on vellum paper. 

Only 350 copies of this fine edition were 
struck off. A copy on vdlum was again 
offered for sale at 900 fr. at M'Car&y*s 
sale. 

19464 (the same title). £d. 

ster^ot. Par... Didot, an 7 (1799). 
1 2^. 2 voll. Also on vellum paper. 

19465 — oeuvres choisies, odes, can. 
tates, epitres et poesies diverses, 
suivies de sa correspondance in- 
^dite avec I'abb^ d'Olivet. Par., 
Didot, 1818. 8°. 2 voll. (9 fr., on 
fine paper 15 fr., on vellum paper 
30 fr.) 

A copy on vellum in the Royal library 
at Paris. An earlier edition of the (Euvres 
chouies, with the poet le Brunts notes, ap- 
peared, Par., Buinariy 1808. 8^. 

19466 ROUSSEAU, J. Jac. Du 
contrat social ou principes du droit 
politique. Par., Didot, 1795. large 
4°. on vellum paper. 

Not greatly sought after. There are said 
to be only 4 copies on large paper in folio, 
also a copy on vellum in folio. 

19467 — la botanique de J. Jac. 
Rousseau, ornee de 65 planches en 
couleurs, d'apr^ les peintures de 
J. Redout^. Par., Gktmery, 1805. 
large 4°. on vellum paper. 

It appeared in 11 Nos. (aoo fr., and 330 
fr. in laige foL), and forms a sequel to 
the 4°. edition of his works in 1 793. 

19468 — oeuvres completes (publi^es 

par du Pepou). Geneve, 1782- 

90. 4°. 17 vols. Also on large 

paper. 
This edition was prepared from oopies 



ROU 

which had been partly prepared for the 
press by the author himself, and contains 
considerable additions to several of his 
works. The neat plates by Moreau, which 
were originally intended for a Brussels edi- 
tion in 1 2 vols. 4°. are sometimes added to 
it. At the same time there also appeared 
at Geneva an edition in 30 vols. 8**. (to 
which the Supplement, NeuehAtel, 1790. 
8*^. 5 vols, may be joined), and another in 
33 vols. 12°. All of them have however 
been supplanted by the finer and more 
complete editions of most recent date. 

19469 — oeuvres. Lond. (Par., Ca~ 
zin), 1 78 1. 1 8^ 38 vols, with plates, 
by Moreau. 

19470 — oeuvres. (Kehl), impr. de la 
BOG. litt. et tjpogr., 1783-89. large 
1 8**. 34 vols. 

A neat but very incorrect reprint of the 
Geneva edition. 

19471 — oeuvres, classees par ordre 

de mati^es, avec des notes (par 

Seb. Mercier et Tabbe Brizard). 

Par., Poin^ot, 1788-93. 8°. 39 

parts in 38 vols. 

Also on vellum paper, and on large vel- 
lum paper in 4**. Although it is badly 
and incorrectly printed, yet it is worthy oi 
notice on aooonnt of its substantial aug- 
mentations. To it, as well as to every 
other edition in 8**., may be joined, Corre' 
tpondance originaie et inidUe de Rousseau 
avec Mme LaUmr de FranquevtUe et M. 
du Peyreu. Par, 1803. 8"*. 2 voU. ; and, 
Lettres originales de Rousseau h MatL *** 
(Marq, de Crequi), h Mad. de Luxeni' 
bourg, cL M. de Malesherbes etc. publ. par 
Chart. Pougens. Par. 1798. large 18**. 

19472 — oeuvres. Par. 1793. large 
i8^ 37 vols, with plates. 

19473 — oeuvres. Par., Didot, 1793 
-1800. large 4^ 18 vols., on vellum 
paper, with plates. 

Not greatly sought after, as it is not fine 
enough for a splendid work, and its taxe 
is inconvenient. Each voL cost 60 fr., 
and with plates aoant la lettre 72 fr., but 
it is now ahnoet fidlen to a quarter of the 
price. There are 4 or 6 oopies on very 
large paper in folio. 

19474 — oeuvres. Bd,le,Thourneisen, 
1 795. 8**. 34 vols. 

This may serve as a cheap small edition. — 
(Euvres choisies, LpM.y Fleis^ter, 1818. 
8^ 13 voll. (6 d. 16 gr.) 

19475 — oeuvres. Par., Boz^rian 
(impr. deDtdo^), 1 796-1 801. large 



ROU 

1 8°. 35 vols, on veUam paper (240 
fr.) 
A tolerably neat edition, of which only 
100 oopiei were struck off. There are 2 
copies on somewhat larger and finer vel- 
lum paper, and 1 on vellum. This edition 
was long considered as one of the best, 
whereas it contains on the contrary a very 
bad text. The editor FayoUe altered it 
inconsiderately after MSS. in Rousseau^s 
own handwriting, which were not of his 
last revision, and admitted much into it, 
which the author had afterwards deci- 
dedly himself altered. The Emile and the 
Confessions are the most disfigured in this 
way. The edition of the Confessions, Lpsi., 
Fleischer, 1804. 8*". 4 voll. (3 d.) is printed 
from this bad text. 

19476 — oeuvres. Par., Didot, 1801. 

large 12°. 20 vols., on vellum paper 

(200 fr.) 

Printed at the same time as the foregoing 
edition, only on larger paper. The cha- 
racter is too small for this size. 

19477 — OBUvres. Par., Belin, 181 7. 
8**. 8 voll. (56 fr.) Also on vellum 
paper. 

This idiiion compaeU in a small character 
contains the bad text of the preceding, but 
is enlarged with Rou8seau> letters to Mad. 
Franqueville, du Peyrou, &c. 

19478 — ceuvres. Par., Didot, 1 81 7. 
8^. 1 8 vols, with 60 plates (90 fr., 
on vellum paper 180 fr.) 

Fayolle's bad text : otherwise well print- 
ed, and with some augmentations. 

19479 — CEUvres. Par. 1 81 8- 1 9. 1 8^ 

20 vols, with plates (45 fr.) 
A reprint of the preceding number. 

19480 — ceuvres completes. Par., 
veuve Perronneau, 1818-20. 12°. 
32 vols, with plates. 

Fayolle's text. The editor, de Musset, 
has added notes, which are too long and 
not always to be depended upon. 

19481 — ceuvres, avec des notes 

historiqnes. Par., Lef^vre, 1819- 

30. 8^ 22 vols, with plates (154 

fr., on vellum paper 352 fr.) 

The editor, Petitain, has purified the 
text from Fayolle^s alterations. The Ge- 
neva text forms the basis, and it is here 
carefully revised afresh. The letters are 
arranged anew. The notes are interest- 
ing ; and this well printed, and as yet best 
edition, also contains several augmenta- 
tions peculiar to itself. The plates are also 
fine. 



ROU 



1605 



19462 — sammtliche Werke, aus 
dem Franz, (von C. F. Cramer). 
Berl., Nauck, 1786-91. 8®. 10 voll. 
6 d. 20 gr., on Dutch paper with 
plates 13 d. 14 gr.) iir Bd. le 
Abtheil. Lpz., Fleischer, 1799. 8^ 
(16 gr.) '— Hinterlassene Werke 
od. Briefwechsel mit Mad. Latonr 
de Franqueville, iibs. von N. Pt. 
Stampeel. Lpz., Schmidt, 1 804-8. 
8°. 3 voll. (3 d. 8 gr.) — Briefe an 
Mad. von * * * (Marquise de Cre- 
qui). Mad. de Luxembourg, Hrn. 
von Malesherbes etc. Aus dem 
Franz. Konigsb., Gobbels, 1799. 
8*^. (14 gr.) — Bekenntnisse, ubs. 
von Adf. Freiherrn von Knigge. 
Berl., Unger, 1786-90. 8°. 4 voll. 
(3 d.) — Vom gesellschaftl. Ver- 
trage. Ff. a. M., Esslinger, 1800. 
8''. (1 d.) Ueber den Staatsbur. 
gervertrag, eine neu bearb. mit 
Anmerkk. begleitete Uebersetzung 
von J. Schramm. Diisseldorf, 
Schreiner, 1800. 8®. (i d.) — Julie 
oder die neue Heloise, ubs. von J. 
Pt. le Pique. Ff. a. M., Her- 
mann, 1 80 1 -2. large 12°. 6 parts 
in 4 vols. (5 d. 8 gr., with plates 
6 d. 16 gr.) 

Of foreign translations I notice the fol- 
lowing only on account of its rarity : Jvlia 
o la nueva Heloffsa, traduc, por J. Mat', 
chena. Tolosa, 183 1. 12°. 4 vols, with 
plates. 

19483 ROUSSEAU, Sm. Flowers 
of Persian literature, containing 
extracts from the most celebrated 
authors in prose and verse, with a 
translation into English. Lond. 
1801.4°. (i8s.) 

19484 — vocabulary of the Per- 
sian language. Lond. 1802. S°, 
(7s. 6d.) 

19485 — Persian and English dic- 
tionary. Lond. 1802. 12^ Eng- 
lish and Persian dictionary, ib. 
1805. 12^ 

19486 — dictionary on Mohammedan 
law, Bengal revenue terms, Shan« 
scrit, Hindoo, and other words 
used in the East Indies. Lond. 
1802. 8^ 



1606 



ROU 



19487 — book of knowledge, or a 
grammar of the Persian language. 
Ifond. 1805. 4°. 

ROUSSET, see Dumont. 
ROUSSEVILLE, see Nobiliairb. 

19488 ROUSSIER. M^moire sur 
la musique des anciens, avec un 
parall^e entre le systeme des E- 
gyptiens et celui des modernes. 
Par. 1770. 4°. 

ROUTH, see Grabe. 

19489 ROVERE, Fr. de la (postea 
Sixtus IV.) De sanguine Christi. 
De potentia dei. Without place or 
date ( RomiBf J, Ph. de LigrMtnine, 
before 1473). small fol. 

136 leaves (i blanks with 29 lines, with- 
out signatures, catchwords, and pagina- 
tion. There stands at the end of the re- 
gister, as in the Augtutinus de civ. dei of 
1467, GODAL. 

19490 — tractatus de futuris contin- 
gentibus. Without place or date 
(Roma, de Lignamine), 1473. fol. 
10 leaves. 

Sometimes bound up with the preceding, 
although it appeared later and by itself, as 
is evident from the dedication. 

19491 «^ de sanguine Christi. De 
dei potentia. Nrb., F. Creusner, 
1473. fol. Gothic letter, 97 leaves. 

Also, ib.y ifU, 1474. fol. Oothic letter, 97 
leaves. 

19492 ROVIDA. Ces. Problemi 
d' algebra e di geometria analitica 
sciolti. Mil. 1 817. 4°. 2 voll. 

ROVINE della citt^ di Pesto, see 
Paoli. 

19493 ROWE, Elizabeth. Works. 
Lond. 1739 or 64. 8°. 2 vols. ib. 
1 796. 1 2°. 4 vols. 

19494 — poetical works. Lond., 
Suttaby, 1808. 18°. with plates. 

19495 ROWE, N. Works. Lond. 
1747. 12°. 3 vols. ib. 1756. 8^, 
2 vols. ib. 1766. 12°. 2 vols. 

19496 — poems. Lond., Cooke^ 

1797. 12^ 

19497 ROWLANDSON. Miseries 
of human life, designed and etched 
hj Rowlandson. Lond., Acker- 
mann, 1808. 4°. 

Containing 50 illuminated carieatores, 



ROX 

which belong to Bereafard*e Miseries qf 
Human Life (in Frendi by Bertin, Par. 
1809. 8°. 2 voll.). 

19498 ROWLEY, Th. Poems, sup- 
posed to have been written at 
Bristol in the 15 th century by 
Th. Rowley, priest; with a com- 
mentary, in which the antiquity of 
them is considered and defended 

by Jeremiah Milles. Lond. 1782. 

40 

Also, Lond. 1777 or 99. 8^ LontL 1789. 
8"^. 2 vols. Cbr. 1 794. 8°. These poems, 
fine in other respects, were forged, as is 
well known, by Th. Chatterton (t 24 
Aug. 1770). Their genuineness was 
learnedly supported in J. Bryonies Ob- 
servations upon &ie poems qf Th, Rowley, 
Lond, 1781. 8**. 2 vols. wiUiout however 
convincing any one The entire history 
of these poems, see in Kippis^s Biographia 
Britannica. £d. II. Lond. 1789. fol. 
T. IV. p. 573-619. Consult also Classical 
Journal, XV 1. 136. Sherwen's Examu 
nation of part of the evidence respecting 
the antiquity and authenticity qf Rowley's 
poems. Lond. 1809- 8°. 

ROXAS, see Cbl£8tina. 

19499 ROXAS, Agustin de. El 
viage entretenido. £d. V. Madr, 
1793. 8^ 

19500 ROXAS, Pt. Soto de. El 
desengano de amor en rimas. 
Madr. 1623. 4*^. 

19501 — rayos de Faeton. Madr. 
1639. 4*'« 

19502 ROXBURGH. W. Plants of 
the coast of Coromandel, published 
under the direction of Jos. Banks. 
Lond. 1795 sq. large fol. 3 vols, 
with illuminated plates. 

This distinguished splendid work ap- 
peared in Noe. of 25 plates. Each vol. 
contains 4 Nos.; as yet only the first 2 
Nos. of the 3rd vol. have appeared. The 
first 2 vols, cost 31L los. 

19503 ROXBUR6HE. Catalogue 
of the library of the late John 
duke of Roxburghe, arranged by 
6. and W. Nicol. Lond., Bui- 
mer, 181 2. 8°. 

It is well known what hi^ prices were 
paid at this sale. Without forming a pro- 
portionate whole^ this library contained 
9353 articles, treasures of the first order, 
particularly in the classks of the old French 
romances and of old English literature, 



ROY 

not to mention its chief gem, Valdarfer*B 
Boooaeeio, There is detailed information 
respecting this sale in Pibdin*s Decameron, 
III. 49 sq. The catalogue is as negli- 
gently and badly made, as all English ssJe- 
catalogues are^ and it is only the collection 
itsdf which still imparts a certain interest 
to it. It is already scarce, and sells for 
from a to 3 guineas (particularly if the 
prices are printed in it), and from 5 to 6 
guineas on large paper. How much higher 
and more intrinsic value would it nave 
had, had it been drawn up by a French- 
man. 

19504 ROY, Jac. le. Notitia mar. 
chionatus sacri Rom. imperii h. e. 
urbis et agri AntwerpienBis. Amst., 
Alb. Magnus, 1678. fol. with plates. 
Also on Targe paper. 

The Royal library at Dresden has an- 
other copy besides on small paper, which 
however has this specification in the title, 
AmtiLy tfffnt Fr, Lammng^y 1678. It en- 
tindy corresponds with the above copy, but 
has a dedication to Charles II. whidi is 
wanting in that. — To boUi the fc^owing 
index should be joined. Index famiHar,, 
quorum menHoJU in notUia marchUmahu 
S, R. /. Aniw.j 17 15. fol. 

19505 — castella nobilium Braban- 

tiie^ ocenobiaque celebriora ad vi- 

vum delineata seriqae incisa. Antw., 

Thieullier, 1696. large fol. 

Oreatiy sought after on account of the 
plates (among which are several by PereUe 
and Hollar). 11 printed leaves and 118 
leaves (including tiie title-plate). A new 
title is, Brabanluf tcenoffraphia, Amti. 
1696, or 97, or 98. foL There is a new 
impression of the same plates with a short 
Latin, French, and Dutch text, under the 
title, ChSUeatuf et mauont de oampagne dee 
gentUthtmmee du Brabani, Leide,vander 

Aoy 1699. ^^- ^^ ^^ ^^ ^^^ Brabaniia 
ilhuirata. Amst. 1 705. fol. If there reallv 
be an edition, Anho., TJUeuUiery 1694. fol. 
it must be the most valuable on account of 
the first impressions. 

19506 — topographia bistorica gallo- 
brabantica. Amat. 169a. fol. with 
plates. 

Not often to be met with, and tolerably 



ROY 



1607 



19507 — erection de toutes les ter- 
res, seigneuries et families titr^ 
du Brabant. Leide, 1699. fol. or 
Amst. 1706. fol. 

19508 ROY, Jul. D. le. Les ruines 
des plus beaux monumens de la 



Gr^ce. Par. 1758. large fol. a parts 

in I Yol. with plates. 

This first edition contains the first im- 
pressions. But the edition, enlarged with 
additions and a new plato {Par. 1770). 
large foL 2 parts in i yd. is more sought 
after. 

19509 ROY, W. The military anti. 
quities of the Romans in Britain. 
Lond., Bulmer, 1793. large fol. 
wi h plates (5]. los.). 

ROYAL book, see BOOK. 
ROY AS, see Celbstine. 

19510 ROYE, Guy de. Le livre de 
sapience, trad, du latin de Guy de 
Roye, archevdque de Sens, par un 
religieux de Cluny, pour le simples 
prestres qui n'entendent ni le latin 
ni les escritures. Geneve, 9 Oct. 
1478. fol. Gothic letter. 

The first, very scarce, edition of this 
translation : without signatures, catoh- 
words, and pagination. The original was 
composed in 1388. Consult Marchand 
Dictionn, hiat, II. 162 sq. 

19511 — le doctrinal de sapience, par 
Guy de Roye. Promentour, Loys 
Guerbin, 1 1 Aoiit, 1482. fol. Go- 
thic letter. 

Not less scarce than the preceding edi- 
tion. 

19512 — le doctrinal de sapience, 
fait brievement et grossement pour 
les simples gens. Lyon, Gu. le 
Roy, 1485. fol. Gothic letter, 81 
leaves. 

19513 .— doctrinal de la foi catho- 
lique. Par., Pierre le Caron, with- 
out date. 4°. Gothic letter. 

19514 Par., Pt. Levet, 1488. 

4"^. Gothic letter. 
19515 Geneve, 8 Nov. 1493. 

fol. €K)thic letter. 
Erroneously noticed by Panzer, I. 44^, 

as a translation of a work by Guy de Mont 

Rocher (de monte Rocherii). 

19516 Lyon, CI. Daygne, 1 7 

Mars, 1497* fol. Gothic letter. 

19517 Par., veuve J. Trep- 

perel et J. Jehannot, without date. 
4^. Gothic letter. 

19518 — the doctrinal of sapyence, 
whyche is translated out of Frenshe 
into Englysshe by Wyllyam Cax- 



1608 



ROY 



ton at Westmester. (Westmester), 

CaxtoD, 7 Mai, 1489. fol. Gothic 

letter. 

100 leaves, with the signatures A~L. 
Extremely scarce, and sold in London in 
May 1813, with 2 leaves made good in 
MS., for 78I. 15s. A copy on vellum, the 
only known typographical production of 
Caxton on vellum, is in the King of Eng- 
land's library. 

19519 ROY. Het boec dat men hiet 
summe le roy of des conincs summe 
ende leert hoe dat men die sonden 
biechten en beteren sal. Uit het 
Fransch in het Nederduytsch over- 
gezet, door Broeder Jan van Brede- 
roede Convaerts der Carthuser oer- 
den tot Zeelom, in het jaer 1408. 
Delf in HoUant, 24 Apr. 1478. 4**. 
Gothic letter. 

19520 — summe le roy of des conincs 
summe, ende leert hoe dat men die 
sonden biechten ende beteren sal. 
Haerlem, 1484. 4°. Gothic letter. 

19521 ROZA, Jose Ant. de. Com. 
pendio das minas para a arte mili- 
tar. Lisb. 1791. 4°. with fine 
plates (1440 rees). 

ROZIER des guerres.see Louis XI. 

19522 ROZIER historial de France 
Contenaut deux Roziers; le premier 
contient plusieurs instructions pour 
rois, princes etc, ; le second, autre- 
ment chroniques abregees, contient 
plusieurs belles rozes et boutons 
issus de la maison de France, d'An- 
gleterre etc. Par. (without the 
printer's name), 26 Fevr. 1522. 
fol. Gothic letter, with 288 wood- 
cuts. 

2 leaves of preliminary matter, and a 14 
numbered leaves in 2 columns with 45 
lines. Concerning this work consult Mi- 
ianges (Tune pr. bibl, V. 25 sq. Two 
copies on veUum in the Royal library at 
Paris (one of them previously 120 liv. Bel- 
langer, 100 liv. Selle, 195 liv. Gaignat, 
550 liv. Valliire). A 3rd copy (previously 
24L 3s. P&ris, 400 fr. Sf ^Carthy) is now in 
England. 

19523 Par., Fr. Regnault, 

1528. fol. Gothic letter. 3 parts in 

I vol. 
The most complete edition of this work. 

19524 ROZIER, Fr. Cours complet 



RUB 

d^agriculture theorique^ pratique 
etc, ou dictionnaire universel d'a- 
griculture, par une soci^t^ d'agri- 
culteurs. Par. 1 7 8 1 -i 805 .4®. 12 
voll. (including the supplement), 
with plates. 

The edition, Par. (Lyon), 1793, is 
cheaper. Translated into Italian, Ven. 
1807. 8"*. l6^ 21 vols. In Spanish by J. 
Alvar. Ouerra, Madr, 1801 4°. 11 vols, 
with plates. This esteemed edition has 
lost part of its value by its re-production 
in the following work: Nouveau cours 
complet iTagrieuUure, redigi sur le plan de 
eeltii de RojHer, par Thouin, Parmentier, 
Tessier, Huzard etc. Par., DitervUle, 
1809. 8^ 13 vols, with plates (96 fr.)— 
See also Jouhval de physique. 

19525 RUAULT, J. Preuves de 
I'histoire du royaume d'Yvetot. 
Par. 1 63 1. 4°. 

Scarce, and sought after in France. 

19526 RUBEIS, Bn. Mar. de. Mo. 
numenta ecclesiae Aquilejensis com- 
mentariis illustrata. Argentine 
(Fen,, Pasquali), 1740. fol. 

19527 — dissertt. II. de numis pa- 
triarchar. Aquilejensium. Ven., 
Pasquali, 1747-49. 8°. 

RUBEIS, see Rossi. 

19528 RUBENIUS, Ph. Electo- 
rum lihri II. Ejusd. ad Just. Lip- 
sium poematia. Antw., Moretus, 
1608. 4°. with plates. 

19529 RUBENS, Pt. P. Illustrium 
virorum, philosophor., orator, etc. 
icones, ex marmorihus antiquis de- 
lineatae a Pt. P. Rubens, sculptae a 
Luca Vorstermanno, P. Pontic et 
aliis. Without place or date. fol. 

Twelve excellent leaves. 

19530 — palazzi di Genova, con le 
loro pianti ed alzati, da Pt. P. Ru- 
bens delineati. An versa, 1622. fol. 
2 parts, with 139 plates. 

The first edition has only 73 plates, which 
form the 2nd part in the subsequent edi- 
tions. The 67 plates of the first part did 
not originate with Rul>ens, but are added 
anew. The later editions, Anverta, 1653 
or 63 or 1 708. fol., are little sought after. 

19531 — Th6orie de la figure hu- 
maine considerde dans ses principes, 
trad, du latin. Par. 1773. large 4°. 
with 44 plates. P. II. Principes 



RUB 

de dessins. ib. i773. large 4°. with 
96 plates. 

19532 — les plafonds ou les tableaux 
des gal^ries de I'eglise de Jesuites 
d'Anvers, peints par Rubens, gra- 
v^ par J. Punt. Amst. 1 75 1 . fol. 
with 36 plates. 

19533 — oeuTres de Rubens et Van- 
dyck^ gravies par Schelt et Boetius 
a Bolswert^ Luc Vorstermann^ P. 
Pontius etc. et publics par Hodges. 
Amsc. 1804-8. large fol. 

It contains 96 plates and Rubens and 
Vandvdc^s portraits. — See also Gale rie 
du liuzembourg. 

19534 RUCELLAI, Gi. Opere, ora 
per la prima volta in un volume 
raccolte. Padova, Comino, 1772.8®. 

19535 — le api. Without place or 

printer's name (Fir.), 1539. 8°. 
The first edition. 

19536 — le api. Ven., Niccolini da 

Sabbio, 1539. 8^ 

Afterwards frequently printed with Ala- 
mam ni CoUtvastione. 

19537 — le api. {Parma, Bodoni, 
1797). small 4^ 

There is one copy on yellnm and 2 on 
silk. 

19538 — la Rosmunda tragedia. Ven. 
1528. 8^ Fir., i Giunti, 1568. 8^ 
Padova, Comino, 1728. 8°. Lond. 
1737. 8°. Lond. 1779. 4^ with 
1 plate by Bartolozzi. 

The edition by Comino is the most prized. 

19539 RUDBECK, Olavus. Atlan- 
tica sive Manheim vera Japheti 
posterorum sedes ac patria. P. I. 
Ups., H. Curio, without date (new 
title 1675 or 1679). — P. II. ib., 
id., 1689. — P. III. ib., typis et 
impensis authoris, 1698. small fol. 
3 vols, and i vol. atlas in large fol. 

Complete copies of these 3 vols, with the 
atlas are extremely scarce, an incomplete 
4th vol. was destroyed by a fire at Upsal 
in May 1 702, except ten copies at the most 
(according to Nyerup). At the same a large 
portion of the impression of the 3rd vol. 
was also burnt. 

The atlas, which consists of maps and 
woodcuts, first appeared; it contains ou 
41 leaves 43 numbered woodaits and 2 
chronological tables. The 5th plate is 
wanting in all the copies, but the 25th 



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1609 



ought to be double (the first time with the 
addition, fig* ^ ^9 uid the second with 
fig. 92 B). The atlas is very frequently 
wanting. 

The ist. vol. of the text was published 
thrice in diflerent years, as is noticed above. 
But all of them are only new titles to one 
and the same typographical production, al- 
though the title-pages of 1679 have the ad- 
dition, Ediiio II. fnulHs in locis etnendaia 
et aueia. In the copies of the last kind 
only 7 leaves have been added at the end. 
The collation is, i title-plate, 4 leaves of 
preliminary matter, 89 1 pages of text, and 
7 leaves of testimonia, errata and notice ad 
bidUopegot. These last 7 leaves are often 
wanting. No other plates besides the title- 
plate belong to this ist vol. 

The 2ud vol. contains i title-plat^ 8 
leaves of preliminary matter, 38 pages of 
testimonia (in some copies these occupy 43 
pages, though not containing any thing 
more, owing to their being printed in a 
larger chartu:ter). In the 2 WolfenbUttel 
copies there next follow 19 pages more of 
testimonia, not mentioned by other biblio- 
graphers, and superscribed tettimoniarum 
Pars III. Then 672 pages of text (the 
last 2 incorrectly numbered 171 and 172), 
36 pages of index to the ist and 2nd voL, 
and 4 leaves of errata. 48 woodcuts on 
24 leaves belong thereto beside, which have 
the number of the pages to which they be- 
long (the pagination 350, 542 and 544 is 
repeated on them) : but these often follow 
one another at the end of the volume. 

The 3rd vol. contains 7 leaves of pre- 
liminary matter, 1 5 pages of testimonia, 762 
pages of text, and an index of 55 unnum- 
bered pages. The figures of this vol. are 
on 24 leaves without text, which are in- 
cluded in the pagination of the text (the 
PB^cs 250, 252 and 253 being incorrectly 
numbered 150, 176 and 169). The other 
representations are printed in the text. 

The most complete copies of the 4th vol., 
which is Mrithout a title and unfinished, go 
as far as p. 2 10. This is the copy that was 
bought at Aurivillius's sale for the Uni- 
versity library at Upsal. The 3 remaining 
copies are (according to the kind communi- 
cation of professor Schrijder, amanuensis of 
the library at Upsal), that of the Royal li- 
brary at Stockholm, that of the library of 
the academy of science at Stockholm, and 
that belonging to count de Brahe of Skok- 
loster, near Upsal. A 5th copy, according 
to Molbech*s Letters on Sweden^ I. 40, is 
in the University library at Lund, in Swe- 
den, and was purchased for 1200 dollars of 
copper coin (about 70 d.). No printed copy 
of this voL is yet known on the conti- 
nent, but only copies in writing. 

The work is written in Swedish, bat the 
Latin translation (which in the ist vol. is 



1610 



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■aid to be by And. ron Nordenhjelm, and 
in the others by Pt. Salau) is placed by the 
side of it. A new edition, intended some 
time since, is now in preparation (Bfdm' 
slahls Travels, V. 515). Consult Bourn- 
garten Nttchrr. wm merkw. BUchem, II. 
323 sq. WarmhoitJg Biblioth. higtoriea 
Sueo-Gothica, {Fortia de PiOet) Voyages 
de deux Franfais au nord de V Europe, I. 
90-109. Hegewitch hiator. und lUerar. 
Aufs'dtze, p. 17. Ngerup in the works 
of the Soindinavian Uterary society, 18 13, 

P- 436-477- 

19540 — Campi Elysii liber primus, 
graminum, juDcorum^ cyperorum, 
frumentoratn etc. figaras continens. 
Ups., And. Delen, 1702. foL 324 
pages and 130 woodcuts. Liber. II. 
nomina et figuras bulbosarum plan- 
tanim continens. ib. 1701. fol. 

These 1 vols., whidi contain representa- 
tions of plants engraved on wood, are only 
the commencement of a collection, which, 
as it is said, was to hare contained 12 vols. 
They hare become extraordinarily scarce 
owing to the fire above-mentioned, and the 
1st vol. particularly, to such a degree that 
the entire impression was long supposed to 
have been destroyed. Count de Oeer, of 
liSbta in Sweden possesses a complete copy. 
In the University library at Upsal only 6 
leaves of the Tst vol. are to be found (of 
whidi vol. according to the statement of 
the catalogue of that library, only 1 com- 
plete copies exist). 

19541 — reliquiae Rudbeckianee seu 

camporum Elysiorum libri primi 

quae supersunt. Lond. 1789. fol. 

It contains 35 representations out of that 
first vol. whidi Ed. Smith found in Lin- 
n8Bus*s collections and published. 

19542 RUDBECK filius, Olavus. 
' Icbthyologiae biblicie Pars I. et II. 

Ups. 1705-22. 4°. 2 voll. 
Both vols, are seldom found together. 

19543 — Nora Samolad s. Laponia 
illustrata, cum fiasciculo vocum 
Lapo-Hebraicarum (suec. et lat.) 
Ups. 1701. 4®. with woodcuts. 

19544 — specimen usus linguae go- 
thicae in emendandis atque illus- 
trandis obscurissimis S. Script, lo- 
cis; addita anal<^a linguae goth. 
cum sinica etc. Ups. 1717. 4°. — 
Thesauri linguar. Asiae et Europae 
harmoncii prodromus. ib. without 
date (1716). 4^. 

Scarce. 



RUD 

19545 RUDDIMANNUS, Th. In- 

stitutiones grammaticae latinae, cu- 
rav. Of. Stallbaum. Lps., Hart- 
mann, 1823. 8°. 2 voll. (4 d., on 
writing paper 5 d. 1 2 gr.) 
Previously, Edinb, 1735. 8". 2 vols. 

RUDERA Paesti, see Paoli. 

19546 RUDGE, Ed. Plantarum 
Gujanae rariorum icones et descrip- 
tiones hactenus ineditae. Lond. 
1806. fol. with 50 plates (4 1.). 

RUDIMENTA grammatices, see 
Grammatica methodus, No. 8769 
-70. 

19547 RUDIMENTA lingua; Coptae 
s. iEgyptiacae. Romae, de prop, 
fide, 1778. 8^ 

19548 RUDIMENTUM novitiorum. 
Epithoma partes in sex juxta mundi 
sex aetates divisum, prius alibi non 
receptum, quod placuit rudimentmm 
novitiorum intitulari. (Lubeca), 
Luc. Brandis de Schass, 5 Aug. 
1475. large fol. Gothic letter, with 
woodcuts. 

460 leaves in 2 columns without signa- 
tures, catchwords and pagination. The 
first typographical production of Lubeck. 
This compilation of universal history from 
different historical works, which however 
has somewhat of its own in later (German 
histories, extending to the year 1473 and 
divided into 6 eras, is sometimes ascribed 
to Brochard (because his description of the 
Holy Liand is inserted), and sometimes to 
J. de Golumna. The first supposition is 
evidently erroneous, and the second is at 
least very uncertain, as it still requires 
a more acnirate investigation, whether the 
Mer des huUnres (see Mer) be really a 
translation of this RudimerUum, Consult 
Fabric. BibL med. et inf. lat. ed. Mantis 
I. 404 Seelen Seleota litL p. 558. Catal, 
deg Uvr. impr. sur vil. V. 8. Beckmann 
Lilt, der Reisebescreibb. II. 44 sq. The 
woodcuts and also a map of Pslestine en- 
graved on wood are renurkable, consider- 
ing the place and time of its appearance. 
A copy on vellum is in the library at Ros- 
todL. This work contains at the same time 
the 1st edition of the Martgrologium qf 
Utuardue, in which however the more 
modem saints are here added. 

19549 RUDING, Rogers. Annals 
of the coinage of Britain and its 
dependencies, from the earliest pe- 
riod of authentick history to the 



RUD 

end of the 50th year of the reign 

of his present majesty king George 

III. Ed. II. corrected, enlarged and 

continued to the close of the year 

1818. Lond., Lackington, 1819. 

8®. 5 vols, and i vol. of plates in 4°. 

(61. 68.) 

The vol. of plates contains 1 map and 
119 plates, 67 of which however were only 
new impressions of the plates to he found 
inFolkes(No. 7714). 

19550 RUDOLF von Montfort. Bar- 
laam und Josaphat. Herausgegeben 
u. mit einem Worterbuche versehen 
von F. C. Kopke. Konigsb. 1818. 
8^ 

19551 RUDOLPHI, C. Asmundus. 

£ntoioorum sive vermium intesti- 

nalium historia naturalis. Amst. 

1808-10. 8°. 2 parts in 3 vols, with 

plates. 

At the commencement of the ist voL is 
to be found a Bibliotheca etUoMOologica of 
172 pages and 629 articles. 

19552 RUDOLPHUS I. Codex epi- 
stolaris Rudolphi I. Romanorum 
regis, locupletior ex ms. bibl. Caesar. 
Vindobon. editus et commentario 
lUnstratus. Opera Mt. Oerberti. 
In monast. S. Bksii, 1772. fol. 

('3 d) 

19553 — codex epistolaris Rudolphi I. 

Rom. regis, epistolas 233 anecdotas 
continens ex cod. ms. bibl. Trevi- 
rens. emit . . . Fr. Jos. Bodmann, 
Lps., Weidmann, 1805. large 8^. 
with plates (id. 20 gr.). 

19554 RUEDA, Lope de. Los colo- 

quios pastoriles sacados a luz por 

J. Timoneda. Sevilla, 1576. small 

S°. — Las segundas dos comedias. 

ib., without date, 8^. 

Consult Boutervfeek Getch, der Poe$ie, 
III. 387. 

19555 RUEL, J. Grammatica of 
Singaleesche Taal-Konst. Amst. 
1 708. 4°. 

19556 RUELLIUS, J. De natura 

stirpium libri III. Par., Sim. Coli- 

nseus, 1536. fol. 

6 leaves of preliminaiy matter, 884 pages 
and 62 leaves. A copy on vellum In Sie 
Royal library at Paris. 

19557 RUXNER, G. Anfang, vr- 



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1611 



sprung vnnd herkommen des Thur* 
niers in Teutscher nation. Siemern, 
Hi. Rodler, 1530. fol. 402 leaves. 

The first and scarce edition of this tourna- 
ment hook, well known on aocoant of its 
historical worthlessness. Concerning the 
other editions of it consult MUnchner Liti. 
Zeii. 1821. No. 9s. p. 734 sq. Concerning 
the work itself, see Sinceri neue Nachrr, 
von latUer alt. BUchemy p. 284. /*. Ch, 
Letter's AufmUz in der Hmnburg, vermieeh' 
ten Biblioth^ III. 377 sq. Weller't AUes 
atu alien TheUen der Gesch, St III. p. 361 . 
Struve De doctit impaatorilnuy $. 49. Merk- 
wurdd. der Zap/. BibHoth., I. 907. Estor 
Neue kleine Schrr,y 1. 334 sq. 34 1 sq. Das 
Urtheil BeruhnUer Geschiehtschreiber von 
der GlaubufHrdigkeit der deutsehen 7\«r. 
merbikher. Without place, 1728. 4°. 
J, MUllner Discurs, ob G. RSxners Tur^ 
nierbueh pro scripto €nUhentico zu halten. 
Nrb. 1766. 4°. Weissens Museum der 
sacks. GescMchte, B. II. St. 3. p. 156 n. 
AreUn^s Beitrr.^ V. 97. 

19558 RUPPA, Pr. Tragedie. Li- 
vomo, Masi, 1819-20. 8^ 2 voll. 

19559 RUFPI, Ant. de. Histoire 
de la ville de Marseille, revne, cor- 
rig^ et augm. par L. Ant. de RufH 
ills. Marseille, 1696. fol. 2 vols. 
Also on large paper. 

RUFINIANUS, see Rhetores 
latini and Rutilius Lupus. 

19560 RUFINUS Aquilejensis. O- 
puscula qusedam partim antehac 
nunquam in lucem edita, partim 
nuper emendata et castigata (per 
Ren. Lr. de la Barre). Par., Son- 
nius, 1580. fol. 

19561 — in LXXV. Davidis psalmos 

commentarius nunc prim, in lucem 

editus. Lugd., RouiUius^ 1570* fol. 
Not to be found in the preceding collec- 
tion. 

19562 — opera quae supersunt. Ad 

codd. mss. denuo emendavit Dm. 

VaUarsius. T. I. Veronte, 1745. 

fol. 

His Apohffia ad Anastasittm papam in 
Gallandi Bibl., PP. VIII. 249 sq. 

19563 RUFO Gutierrez, J. La Au- 
striaca, poema heroico. Alcala de 
Henares^ Grradan, 1586. 8^ 

Praviously, Madr, T584. 8^ 

19564 — las seyscientes apoftegmas 
y otras ohras en verso. Toledo, 
1596. 8^ 



1612 



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19565 RUFUS Ephesius. De vesica 
renumque morbis. De purgantibus. 
De partibus corporis humani. So- 
lani de utero et muliebri pudendo 
liber (gr.). Par., Turnebus, i554* 
8^ 

The first edition, which is usually found 
with the Paris edition of Areteus (see 
abore). 

19566 — de yesics renumque morbis. 
De purgantibus medicamentis. De 
partibus corporis humani. Nunc 
iterum typis mandavit Gu. Clinch 
(gr. et lat.). Lond.^ Clarke^ 1726. 

4 • 

A repetition of the text of the preceding, 
together with its errors, with the Latin 
translation of Jun. P. Crassus and an un- 
known person from Stephani Artit metL 
princ. 

19567 — opuscula et fragmenta^ 
grsece. Post editt. Parisinam 1554 
et Londinensem 1726 novis acces- 
sionibus quadruplo auctiora ex codd. 
Mosquensi et Augustano edidit et 
notationes subjecit Ch. F. Matthiei. 
Ace. diversse lectt. ad Galeni libel- 
lum Tiva dci KaBaip€iv, ex uno cod. 
Augustano, nee non Dioclis Carystii 
epistola ad Antigonum regem, ex 
tribus codd. August. Mosquee, typis 
universitatis, 1806. S"*. 

See also Medici vett. No. 13520. 

19568^ RUFFUS, Jordanus. Hip- 
piatria, nunc prim, edente Hi. Mo- 
fin. Patav. 1818. 8^. 

19568^ — tractatus de morbo et sani- 
tate equorum, italice (interpr. Gbr. 
Bruno). — at the end, Impresso in 
Venetia per Pietro Bergamasco, 

without date, 4°. 

This 1st edition of the Italian translation 
is said to hare appeared about the year 
1487 according to Denis, SuppL 654, and 
PanxeTy III. 497, a 793. But the first ty- 
pographical production of this press is found 
to be since J 492. Molin in the preface to 
the preceding article doubts (too hastily) 
the existence of this edition. 

19568<^ — — Ven., 7 cal. Jan. 1492. 

40 

Only mentioned by Molin, without any 
farther confirmation. 

19568^ — libro dell' arte de mara- 
scalchi per conoscere la natura de 



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li caualli et medicarli nelle loro in- 
firmitk, et 1' arte di domarli. Noua- 
mente stampato. Ven.^ heredi di 
Gi. Padoano, 1554. 8^ 

43 numbered laives. In this edition, 
which was unknown to Molin, the work is 
divided into 63 chapters, at the end is the 
prolf^e of Bruni the translator, dated from 
Venice. 17 Dec. 1492. 

195586 — Delle mascalcie del cavallo 
di Giordano Rusto {sic), Bol. 1561. 

In this edition, printed from a very faulty 
MS., the work is divided into 162 chapters, 
and the text is very different from that in 
the following edition. 

19568^ — libro dell' arte de mariscal- 
chi etc. Ven. 1563. 8°. 

The title is entirely the same as in the 
edition of 1554, of which it seems to be a 
reprint. Molin, who knew not of that edi- 
tion, thought that this was printed from 
a MS. 

19569 RUFUS, Sextus. De historia 
Romana libellus. (Neap.), Sixtus 
Ruesinger, without date (about 
1470), 4°. 

13 leaves with 33 lines in a full page, 
without signatures, catchwords and pagi- 
nation. Leaf I- line i is, (b) REV EM: 
FIERI: ClametUia. Leaf 12" ends with 
the line, SIXTUS, RUESINGER. The 
first edition and extremely scarce. This 
author also appeared at the same time in 
the earliest editions of the Latin transla- 
tion of Plutarch*s lives, see above, Nos. 
17463-66. 

19570 — de historia Romana libellus. 
Without place or date. {Roma, 
Sckurener de Bopardia^ about 1 474), 

4 • 

12 leaves with 30 lines, without signa- 
tures, catchwords and pagination. It he- 
gins with a letter of Ang. Tiphemas, and 
ends, Serti Rt^ffi Uiri eonsvlarU VaUHano 
Angtuto de hUtoria Ro, Libetttu FitUt. 

19571 — de historia Romana libel- 
lus. Without place or date (RotmB, 

Sachsel et GolscK about 1474), 4*^. 
15 leaves. The letter of Angelus Ti- 
phemas, on the reverse of the ist leaf, 
forms the commencement. The conclusion 
of it and a table of contents fill leaf 2a. 
The text begins in leaf 2b, and ends in leaf 
t5a with the line, Augusto de Historia Ro, 
Libellvi Finit. The types are those of the 
Ammianus of 1474. The above three edi- 
tions are usually found with the Aur€' 
Hut Victor from the same press. 



RUF 

19572 — rerum gestarum populi Ro. 
mani Valentino Augusto liber. Item 
de aediiicatione Venetiarum. With- 
out place or date (Fen., Florenlius 
de Argentina, about 1472), 4^ 

30 leaves with 22 lines in a full page, 
without signatures, catchwords and pagi- 
nation. Leaf I a line i is, RUFF I, 
SEXTI VIRL CONSVLA. The piece 
De tedi/tcatione Venetiaruniy begins in leaf 
13a. The last line of leaf 20>> is, FIXIS. 

19573 — de historia Romana libellus. 
Romie, Euchar. Silber, 23 Aug. 
1491. small 4°. 

10 leaves with the signatures a and b, 
and with 32 lines. LcAf la begins with 
the abovementioned letter of Ang. Tipher- 
naa to Bt. de Ursinis. Leaf il> begins the 
text. The colophon in 5 lines is in leaf 10&. 
(Wolfenbattel). 

19574 — rationarium breuissimum 
Romane historic a Sexto Ruffo viro 
consulari editum. Without place 
or date^ 4°. Gothic letter. 

Printed at the end of the fifteenth cen- 
tury at Leipsic (but not by Thanner). 
10 leaves with the signatures A and B, 
On the reverse of the above title is Ang. 
Tiphemas's letter. 

19575 — Sexti Ruffi epitoma de 

gestis et asaequuto dominio Roma- 

norum. Polybii historiarum libri V. 

N. Perotto interprete. Bas.^ H. 

Petrus, 1530. fol. 

8 leaves and 198 pages. — Concerning a 
new recension see above, Huttichius, 
No. 104 1 5. 

19576 — breviarium historiae Ro- 
manie. Ace. anonymi libellus ve- 
tustus locorum urbis et provincia- 
mm, edente Cp. Cellario. Hal. 
1698. 8°. 

19577 — breviarium (ed. C. H. 
Tzschucke). Lps., Crusius, 1793. 
l2^ (4gr.) 

19578 — breviarium rerum gestar. 
populi Romani. Lectionum varie- 
tate adjecta recognovit 6u. Miin- 
nich. Hannov. 1815. 8^ (5 gr.)- 
De regionibus urbis Romae libellum 
nunc prim, separatum edidit et 
commentario instruxit 6u. Mun- 
nich. ib. 181 5. 8^ (5 gr.) 

Both together also in Corp, hut, lot. T. 1 5. 
—The Bremurium also in several editions 
VOL. IV. 



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161S 



of Aurel, Vidor, Flortu and Eutrophu. 
The book De regumibuM also in Grtsvn 
Thes. aniiqq. Rom., III. 25 sq. MuratorH 
Nov. ihet. irueriptL, IV. 2 1 25 sq. and in 
G. Ch, Alder's Beschreib. der Stadt Rom. 
Hmb. 1 78 1. 4°. 

19579 RUFUS, Sextus. Libro della 
historia de' Pomani, trad, per Gi. 
Vine. Belprato. Fir., Bn. Giunti, 

19580 — la dignity de' consoli e degl' 
imperadori, e i fatti de' Romani, e 
dell' accrescimento dell' imperio, 
ridotti in compendio da Sesto Ruffo 
e similmente da Cassiodoro^ e da 
L. Dolce tradotti ed ampliati. Ven., 
Giolito^ 1561. 4°. 

RUGERETTO, see Renaldini. 

19581 RUGGIERI, Fd. Studio d' 
architettura civile, coUe misure, 
piante etc. tratte da alcune fab- 
briche insigne di Firenze. Fir. 
1722-28. fol. 3 vols, with plates. 

The first 2>ols. have 80 plates each, and 
the 3rd 77. 

19582 — scelta di architetture an- 
tiche e modeme della citta di Fi- 
renze. Ed. II. pubblicata ed am- 
pliata da Gius. Bouchard. Fir. 
1755-56. large fol. 2 vols. Mrith 
plates. 

19583 RUHNKEN, D. Opuscula 
oratoria, philologica, critica, nunc 
primum conjunctim edita. LB., 
Luchtmans, 1807. 8^ (2 fl. 2 st.) 

19584 — opuscula Ruhnkeniana in 
lucem iterum vindicata, acced. epi- 
stolee IX. ad Pt. d'Orvillium nunc 
prim, prolatae. Priefat. et ind. ad- 
didit Th. Kidd. Lond. 1807. 8^ 

(I2S.) 

19585 — opuscula varii argumenti, 
oratoria, historica, critica. Ed. al- 
tera, cum aliis partibus tum epi- 
stolis auctior (cura J. Th. Bergman). 
LB., Luchtmans, 1823. 8^. 2 vols. 
(9fl. 15 St.) 

This edition is the most complete and 
greatly enlarged. 

19586 — D. Ruhnkenii, L. Csp. 
Valckemerii et alior. ad J. A. Ern- 
est! epistolae. Acced. D. Ruhnkenii 
observatt. in Callimachum^ Valck- 

5N 



1614 



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enserii annotatt. in Thomam Ma- 
gistrum et J. A. Ernesti acroasis 
inedita. Ex autographis edid. J. A. 
H. Tittmann. Lps.^ Weidmann, 
1812. 8^ (i d. Sgr.) 
19587 — vit« duumvirorum Tib. 
Hemsterhusii et D. Ruhnkenii, al- 
tera ab eodem Ruhnkenio, altera a 
Dn.Wyttenbachio scripta. Accessit 
elogium J. Meermanni auctore Con- 
stant. Cras. Curav. F. Lindemann. 
Lps., Heinrichs, 1822. 8°. 
Previously by itself, LB. 1789. 8^ 

19688 RUINART, Theodoric. Acta 

I>nniorum martyrum sincera et se- 
ecta, notis et observationibus illu- 

strata. Amst., Wetstein, 1713. fol. 

At first, Par.y Muguet, 1680. 4"*. Ve- 

ron^^ 1 73 1. foL is an enlar^ged reprint of 

the 2nd edition. A F., Rieger, 1802, 3. 8*". 

3 vols, is a reprint of the Veronese edition 
by Bn. Galura. 

19589 — atti de' primi martiri della 
chiesa cattolica, trad, in italiano da 
Fr. Mt. Lucbini. Roma, 1 774. 4°. 

4 vols. Also on large paper. — Les 
y^ritables actes des martyrs, trad, 
par Drouet de Maupertuy. Par. 
1708. 8°. a vols, and often. — Lei- 
densgeschichte der Martyrer aus 
dem ersten christl. Jahrhundert, 
nach dem Latein. des Ruinart frei 
bearbeitet von F. W. Fraaz. Kla- 
genfurt, Lowe, 1785. 8^. a vols, 
(ad.) 

The French translation is made from the 
first edition of the original. 

19590 RUINES (les) de Balbec, au- 
trement dite Heliopolis, dans la 
Coelosyrie (par Rb. Wood et Daw- 
kins). Lond. 1757. large fol. 

Greatly sought after and splendidly got 
up. It contains 47 plates, the last of which 
is not numbered. There are also copies 
with an English text. Such a copy on very 
lai^ paper 180 fr. Caillard. 

19591 — de Pahnyre, autrement 

dite Tedmor au desert (par Rb. 

Wood, Borra et Dawkins). Lond. 

1753. large fol. 

As costly as the preceding work. It con- 
tains 57 plates, of which the very large 
first one {wte ghUrale des ruknet de Pal- 
mgre) is sometimes wanting, or is damaged, 
which considerably lessens the price. There 



RUI 

are also copies of this work with an Eng- 
lish text. Sometimes both works occur 
bound up together. 

19592 Par., Didot, 1819. 4°. 

with 57 plates. 

19593 RUINES de Rome. (Lottd., 
J. M&rigot, Edwards etc.), 1797. 
large 4°. 

Containing 32 plates with English and 
French text. 

RUINES d'Athfenes, see Stuart.— 
de Psestum, see Gardette and 
Major. — de Pomp^i, see Mazois. 
— See also Ruins. 

19594 RUINI, C. Dell' anatomia 
et deir infirmitk del cavallo. BoL, 
heredi di 6i. Rossi, 1598. fol. 2 parts 
in I vol. with woodcuts. 

The first and finest edition of an esteemed 
work which has been often printed ( Ven, 
15991 1602, t6i8. foL). In German by 
Pt. Uffenbach, Ff, 1603. fol. 

19595 — la vraye connoissance du 
cheval, ses maladies et rem^des par 
1. 1. D. E. M. (J. Jourdain, doct. en 
m^decine), avec I'anatomie de Ruy- 
ni, contenant 64 tables en taille- 
douce. Par. 1647. fol. 

Sought afiter on account of the plates. 
It also contains the translation of some 
old Greek veterinary authors (see above 
Medici grspci). The following are only 
new titles ; Le par/ait cavalier. Par. 1655, 
and Le grand mareschal. Par. 1667. fol. 

19596 RUINS of Athens, with re- 
mains and other valuable antiquities 
in Greece. Lond., Sayer, 1759. 
large fol. with plates. 

Far less important than a similar work 
by Stuart. — See also Ruines. 

19597 RUIZ, Ant. Tesoro de la 
lengua Ouarani, que se usa en el 
PertL, Paraguay y rio de la Plata. 
Madr., J. Sanchez, 1639. 4^ 

19698 — catecismo de la lengua Qua- 
rani. Madr. 1640. 8^ 

19599 RUIZ Villegas, Fd. Quse ex- 
stant opera, Emman. Martini stu- 
dio emendata et a Bn. And. Lama 
iterum recognita. Ven., Albrizzi, 
1 734. 4°. Also on large paper. 

19600 RUIZ, Hippolyti, et Jos. PA- 
VON florie Peruvianae et Chilensis 
prodromus. Flora Peruviana et 



RUI 

Chilensis; sive novorum generum 

{)lantanim Peruvianarum et Chi. 
ensium descriptiones et icones (lat. 
et hisp.). Matriti, Sancha, 1795- 
1802. fol. 4 vols, with plates. 

A finely executed work, of which then 
are also copies with illuminated plates. 
The ist rcL {Frodromus novorum penerum) 
contains 37 plates, and the 3 vols, of the 
Flora 335 numbered plates. 

19601 — florae Peruv. et Chilensis 
prodiomus. £d. II. Romae, 1 797. 
large 4°. with 37 plates (3 scudi). 

This 2nd edition of the Prodromtu is 
enlarged. 

19602 — systema vegetal, florie Pe- 
mv. et Chil. Madr. 1798. 4". 

19603 RUIZ, Hippol. Guinologia. 
Madr. 1792. 4°. Suplemento. ib. 
1801. 4°. 

19604 — della china e delle altre sue 
specie nuovamente scoperte. Roma, 
1 792. 8°. 

19605 RULHli^RE, CL Carloman de. 
CEuvres. Par., Menard, 18 19. S°. 
6 vols, with portraits (36 fr., on 
▼ellum paper 72 fr.). 

19606 RUMPH, G. Everh. Her- 
barium Amboinense, plurimas com- 
plectens arbores, frutices, herbas, 
plantas terrestres et aquaticas, quae 
m Amboina et adjacentibus repe- 
riuntur insulis. Quod et insuper 
exhibet varia insector. animalium- 
que genera. Omnia duodecim oon- 
scripta iibris. Nunc prim, in lucem 
edita, et in lat. sermonem versa cura 
et stud. J. Burmanni, qui varia ad- 
jecit synonyma suasque observa- 
tiones. Amst., Vytwerf^ 1741-55. 
fol. 7 vols, with plates. Also on 

large paper. 

Well got up, but copies are neither scarce, 
nor greatly sought after. There are also 
copies of the ist vol. with a new title of 
1750. Number of plates: the ist vol. i 
title-plate, portraits of Rumph and Bur- 
mann, and 83 plates. The snd, 87 plates. 
Tlie 3rd, 141. The 4th. 83. The 5th, 184. 
The 6th, 90. The 7th (or auclarium, also 
often bound up wiUi the 6th vol.), 30. — 
Indejt aUer in omne$ tomoo herbarii Am- 
bomentiiy quern de novo reoeneuUy atufii et 
emendavU J. Burmanmu. LB. et Amst,, 
Com. Haaky 1769. fol. 

19607 — D'Amboinsche Rariteit- 



RUP 



1615 



kamer, behelzende eene Beschry- 
vinge van allerhande Schaalvisschen, 
te weeten rare Krabben, Kreeften 
en diergelyke Zeedieren, als mede 
allerhande Hoorntjes en Schulpen, 
die men in d'Amboinsche Zee vindt : 
Daar beneven zommige M ineraalen, 
Gesteenten en soorten van Aarde, 
die in d'Amboinsche en zommige 
omleggende Eilanden gevonden 
worden. Amst., Fr. Halma, 1705. 
fol. Also on large paper. 

The first edition, containing the best im- 
pressions of the plates. It contains 60 
plates, besides the title-plate and Rumph*s 
portrait. The edition, Anut. , Jonge, 1741. 
foL with 60 plates, is inferior. 

19608 — thesaurus imaginum piscium, 

testaceorum, cochlearum, conchy. 

liorum, quorum maximam partem 

collegit 6. Everh. Rumphius. LB., 

van der Aa, 1 7 1 1 . fol. with 60 

plates. 

A Latin translation of the preceding 
work, with inferior impressions of the 
plates. The edition, £fap« Com, 1 739. fol. 
with 60 plates, ranks still lower. 

19609 — Amboinische Raritaten- 
Cammer oder Abhandlung von den 
steinschaalichten Thieren, welche 
man Schnecken u. Muscheln nen- 
net, aus dem Holland, ubs. von Ph. 
L. Statins Miiller, u. mit Zusatzen 
vermehrt von J. Hi. Chemnitz. 
Wien, Krauss, 1766. fol. with 33 
plates. 

19610 — Verhandeling der Zee-Ho- 

renkens en Zee-Oewassen in en 

omtrent Amboina en de nabygele- 

gene Eilanden, door Fr. Valbntyn. 

Amst., J. van Keulen, 1754. fol. 

with I portrait and 18 plates. 

An appendix to Rumph^s work. In 
Oemuui by Ph. L. Stat. Miiller, Wlen, 
Kratut, 1773- fol. with 18 plates. 

19611 RUPERTUS Tuitiensis. O- 
pera auctiora quam antea. Mog., 

oirckmann, 1 63 1 . fol. a voll. 

Col, Agr.y Birekmanny i6o3. fol. 7 vols., 
is less complete. Par,, Chattettaint 1638. 
fol. a vob. is merely a reprint of the edition 
of 1631. 

19612 — opera, cura Canoni. Ven., 

1748-51. fol. 4 voll. 

The most complete edition, corrected and 
enlarged feom MSS. 

5N1 



1616 



RUP 



19613 RUPHY, J. F. Dictionnaire 
abr^ge fran9ois.arabe. Par., impr. 
de la r^publ., an X. (1802). 4°. 

(IS fr.) 

RURAL oeconomy, see Young. 

19614 RUSCA, L. Recueil de des- 

sins de differens b&timens con straits 

a St. P^tersbourg et dans Tinterieur 

de I'empire de Russie. Par. et St. 

Petersb. 1810. large fol. 2 vols. 

A collection of 181 etched plates with a 
French and Italian text (200 fr., on Dutch 
paper 300 fr., on vellum paper 400 fr.). 

RUSCELLI, Giro!., see Rihb. 

19615 RUSCONI, Gi. Ant. Delia 
architettura. Centosessante figure 
dessignate del medesimo^ secundo i 
precetti di Vitruvio, libri X. Ven., 
Giolito^ 1590- fol. with woodcuts. 

This edition of a work, which may serve 
as a commentary on Vitruvius, is pnzed on 
account of its fine woodcuts. Ven. 1660. 
fol. Is of no value. 

19616 RUSG, Lr. Liber marescalcie. 
Without place or date. 4°. Gothic 
letter, 50 leaves. 

This first edition appears to have been 
printed at Rome by Eucharius Silber, about 

I490« 

19617 — Hippiatria s. marescalia. 
Par., Ch. Wechel, 153 1. fol. 

The edition, t^., id., 1533. fol., likewise 
of 8 and 143 pages, is really a different 
production. 

19618 —> opera de Tarte del malscal- 
cio. Ven., Tramezzino, 1548. 8^ 

Also, Ven. 1543 and 59. 8°. 

19619 — la marechalerie, translatee 
de latin en firancoys. Par.^ Ch. 
Wechel, 1533. fol. Gothic letter, 
with woodcuts. 

4 and 64 leaves. It is a modern re- 
vision of a more ancient French trans- 
lation, extant only in MS. Corrected, 
Par., Ch. Weehely 1541- fol. Oothic letter, 
with woodcuts ; (it is really a new impres- 
sion, although the year 1533 also stands at 
the end). Also^ Par., Perier, 1560. 4**. 
Par., Barbier, 1563. 4'. Par. 1610. 4*. 
with woodcuts. 

RUSIUS, see Rus^. 

19620 RUSSELL, J. Propositio cla- 
rissimi oratoris magistri Johannis 
Russell decretorum doctoris ac ad- 
tunc ambassiatoris xpanissimi regis 



RUS 

Edwardi Dei gracia regis Anglie et 

Francie ad iUustrissimu principe 

Karolum ducem Burgundie super 

suspectione ordinis garterii etc. 

Without place or date. 4^. 

This oration made by J. Russel, Garter 
king at arms, who was sent to Ghent in 
February 1469 to confer this order on 
Charles duke of Burgundy, is printed with 
Caxton*s types, and probably soon after 
the occurrence, so that it appears to have 
been Caxton's first typographical produc- 
tion in England. It consists only of five 
pages and a half, each full page has 32 
lines, and only one copy is known in Eng- 
land, which lord Spencer bought at the 
duke of Marlborough *8 sale in 1819 for 
1 2 61. Consult Dibdin's Typographical an- 
ttquititM, I. 1 1- 1 5 (where there is also a 
facsimile of the first page), and .^de* AU 
thorp. II. 320 sq. 

19621 RUSSEL, Rch. SS. patrum 
apostolicorum, Barnabse, Hermie, 
dementis, Ignatii, Policarpi opera 
genuina, gr. et lat. Lond., 6u. 
Russel, 1746. 8°. 4 parts in 2 vols. 
Also on large paper. 

19622 RUSSELL, Alex. Natural 
history of Aleppo and parts adja- 
cent, containing a description of the 
city and the principal natural pro- 
ductions in its neighbourhood. Ed. 
II. revised, enlarged and illustrated 
with notes by Patrick Russell. 
Lond. 1794. 4°. 2 vols, with 16 
plates (3I. I2S.). 

The first edition, LovuL 1756. 4**. is 

2ulte supplanted by this edition. The 
}erman translation by J. F. Omelin, 1 797. 
8^ 3 vols. (4 d. 8 gr.) is from the 2nd 
edition. 

19623 RUSSELL, Patrick. Account 
of Indian serpents coUected at the 
coast of Coromandel, with experi- 
ments and remarks on their several 
poisons. Lond., Bulmer, 1796. fol. 
with 46 iUuminated plates. Conti- 
nuation, ib. 1 80 1, fol. with 44 
plates (10 guineas.). 

According to Brunet there is a new edi* 
tion in 2 vds. fol. 

19624 — description and figures of 
200 fishes collected at Vazigapa- 
tam, on the coast of Coromandel. 
Lond. 1803. fol. 2 vols, with 208 
illuminated plates (& guineas). 



RUS 

19625 RUSSELL, W. History of 
antient Europe from the earliest 
times to the subversion of the west- 
ern empire^ enlarged by Charl. 
Coote. Lond. 1815. 8°. 3 vols. 
(2I. 28.) History of modern Eu- 
rope to the treaty of Amiens in 
1802^ continued to the pacification 
of Paris in 1815 by Charl. Coote. 
Lond. 1817. 8°. 7 vols. (3I. 138. 6d.) 

RUSSIAN Gallery, see Boydbll. 

RUSSWORM, see Glbichen. 

19626 RUSTANT, Jos. Vicente. 
Historia de las expediciones y con- 
quistas de los Arabes en Asia. 
Africa y Europa, hasta su expul- 
sion de Espana. Madr. 1780. 4°. 

RUSTICS rei scriptores, see Scrimp- 

RUSTICIEN de Pise, see Mblia- 

DUS. 

RU6TICO Romano, see Pbrlbone. 
RUSTO, see Jordan. Rupfus. 

19627 RUTGERSIUS. Jan. Variar. 
lectionum libri VL LB., ex off. 
Elzevir, 1618. 4". Also on large 
paper. 

Peculiarly interesting on account of se- 
veral Greek ajieedota. 

19628 — glossarium graecum nunc 
penitus restitutum atque annotatio- 
nibus illustratum a F. Strunzio. 
Witt. 1 7 19. 8°. 

19629 RUTH. Liber Ruth, lethio- 
pice^ ed. J. G. Nissel. LB. 1660. 
4°. 12 pages. 

19630 RUTILIUS Lupus, P. P. Ru- 

tilius et Aquila Romanus, anti- 

quissimi auctores. Ven., Zoppinus, 

1 5 19. 8°. 

The first edition, firom a MS< — From a 
good MS. at Spire in the Rhetorr, lai. ed. 
Seat, Rhenanus. Bcu. 152 1. 4". Par., 
Ascens., 1528. 4*** is & reprint from this 
last. Again from a MS. with Georgius 
Trapez. F^n., Aid,, 1523. fol. The text 
in the edition of the Rhetoricians, Par,, Rb. 
Stephanta, 1530 (other copies 1541). 4**. 
is very incorrect, and arbitrarily altered. 
This text has been repeated by subsequent 
editors. 



RUT 



1617 



finiani de iis, quae ab Aquila prae- 
termissa erant, libellus: et prse- 
terea ejusdem libri II. Bedae de 
schematibus et tropis sacrarum lite- 
rarum liber I. Pt. Mosellani ta- 
bulae de schematibus et tropis. Ven., 
J. Ant. et fratres de Sabio, 1533. 
8°. 

60 numboed, and 3 unnumbered leaves. 
This edition was not known to Ruhn- 
kenius. 

19632 — de figuris sententiarum ac 
▼erbor. P. Rutilii Rufi rhetoris an- 
tiquissimi libri II. Aquilae Ro- 
mani liber I. Julii Rufiniani de 
iis, quae ab Aquila praetermissa 
erant, libellus. Et praeterea ejus- 
dem libri II. Omnia sic sunt re- 
stituta, et ut (sic) legi et intelligi 
magno studiosorum commodo pos- 
sint. Arg., Wfg. Cephalaeus, 1539. 
8°. 

127 pages and 4 leaves of index. Ruhn- 
kenius in the prefooe to his edition of Ati- 
tUitu Lupus, p. zxiii- incorrectly doubts 
the existence of this edition. The preface 
with the superscription, Typographut lec- 
tori S., is no other than that which is pre- 
fixed to Rb. Stephens^s edition, save only 
that instead of the words in Germama, in 
the Strasburg edition is Spira, instead of 
mea tententia, it is here given erudiiarum 
muitorum sententia, and somewhat further 
below, in the words restituendum vobis cu- 
ravimut, the word vobis is omitted. The 
text almost every where agrees with that 
of Stephens, and is only beholden to that 
of Rhenanus in a few passages, without 
doubt because the Strasburg printer did not 
prepare his edition from a copy of Stephens^s 
edition, but of Rhenanus*s, in which all 
the passages had not been aJtered by a col- 
lation with the other. [For this valuable 
notice I am indebted to the kind commu- 
nication of M. Bardili of Urach.] 

19633 — P. Rutilii Lupi de figuris 
sententiarum et elocutionis libri II. 
Recens. et adnotatt. adjec D. 
Ruhnkenius. Acced. Aquilae Ro- 
manae et Julii Rufiniani de eodem 
argumento libri. LB., Luchtmans, 
1 768. 8°. 

See also Rhetores btinL 



19631 — de figuris sententiarum ac 19634 RUTILIUS Numatianus, 
verbor. P. Rutilii Lupi libri II. CI. Claudius Rutilius poeta priscus 

Aquilae Roman! liber I. Julii Ru- de laudibus urbis, Etruriae et Ita- 

.5N3 



1618 



RUT 



lis. Bonon.^ Hi. de Benedictis, 

1520. 4^ 

J. Bt. Pius was the editor — Conoerning 
the Neapolitan edition of Pt. Summontius, 
mention of which is made in Gesneri BibL 
ed. Frit. p. 684, but which has not yet 
been discovered, consult Hamberger Zu- 
verrdss. Nachrr, III. 55 sq. It must be 
the editio princepa. Afterwards printed 
in Varii auctoret de Roma pritca et nova. 
RonuBy 1513. 4^ There is a text corrected 
by Obr. Faemus, and augmented with some 
▼erees in Onuphr, Panvinii reipubL Rom. 
eommentar. Ven. 1558. foL, or Ff. i597> 
fol. 

19635 — Itinerariuin, ab Jos. Casta- 
lione emendatum et adnotationibus 
illastratum. Romse, Vine. Accoltus, 
1582. 8^ 

This scarce edition contains a new re- 
cension. 

19636 — itinerarium cum animadw. 
Tbdr. Sitzmani. Lugd.^ N. Jullie- 
ron, 1 616. 8^ 118 pages. 

19637 — itinerarium s. de reditu suo 
libri II. in Germania numquam 
editi. Csp. Barthius recensuit, ani. 
madversionum commentarium ad- 
jecit. Ff., typis Wechelianis^ 1625. 
8°. 

210 pages, and 6 leaves of index and 
errata. The text is merely that by Sitz- 
mann. 

19638 — itinerarium cum animadw. 
Thdr. Sitzmani. Editio altera. 
Lugd., J. Anard, 1623. 8*^. 

19639 — itinerarium. Integris Sim- 
leri, Castalionis, Pithoei, Sitzman- 
ni, Barthii, Grsevii aliorumque ani- 
madw. illustratum. Ex museo 
Tbdr. Janssonii ab Almeloveen. 
Amst., Wolters, 1687. 12°. with a 

map. 

There was a copy on large paper set 
down in Longman's catalogue of 1816. 

19640 — de reditu suo in patriam et 
laudibus urbis Romse, vulgo itine- 
rarium. Luneburgi, 1721. 8°. 

Also in Burmanni Poet, lai, minor, II. 
I sq. 

19641 — itinerarium. Int^ris J. G. 

Grsevii, Thdr. Janss. ab Almeloveen 

animadversionibus. And. Gozius 

recensuit. Altorfi, offic. librar. 

acad. 1 74 1 . 8®. with a map. 
Repeated, 16. 1743. S\ 



RUY 

19642 — de reditu suo libri II. Ac- 
curate recensuit Ch. Tob. Damm. 
Brandenburg], Halle, 1760. 8°. 
Paraphrasis perpetua carminum Rti- 
tilii de reditu suo. Curav. Ch. 
Tob. Damm. ib., id., 1760. 8®. 
2 parts in i vol. with a map. 

19643 — itinerarium s. de reditu quae 
supersunt. Recensuit, varietatem 
lectionis et Gli. Cortii notarum in 
Rutilium f ragmen tum addidit J. 
Ch. Kapp. Erl., Palm, 1786. 8°. 

(4gr) 

19644 — itinerarium cum selecta lec- 
tionis varietate atque integris notis 
J. F. Graevii et Thdr. Janss. ab Al- 
meloveen nee non Gli. Cortii nou 
tarum in Rutilium fragmento, cura 
J. Sgm. Gruber, qui et suas addidit 
annotationes. Ace. J. Ch. Kappii 
notitia literaria atque index locu- 
pletissimus. Nrb., Bauer, 1804. 8^ 

(»4gr.) 

Also in WerrudorfU Poet. lat. min. T. V. 
P. I. p. 78 sq. — A French translation of 
Rutilius in Melange de tradueHone de Le 
Franc de Pompignan. Par. 1779* 8*^. 
(also in his (Euvret. T. VI. Par. 1 784. 
8°.) Some explanations to Rutilius in 
Tozxetti Relainoni d*alcuni viaggi VI. 
157 sq., and in Beckman^s Vorrath kleiner 
Anmerkk, I. 76 sq. J. F. Herelii /^nu 
madffv. erii. in RuiU. in, Klotzii Act. iiti. 
II. iiosq. 357 sq. 

RUTZVANSCAD, see Panchiano 
and PisoN. 

19645 RUYSCH, F. Opera anato- 
mico-medico-chirurgica. Amst. 1 73 7. 
4*^. with plates. 

Ruysdi^s separate writings (to the num- 
ber of 47), with separate title-pages of dif* 
ferent years are odiected together under 
this general title. The prefixed elenchue 
gives a list of them, yet the 47th piece, 
Appendix neceuaria ifidids operum Rgs- 
chii, 1725 or 43, of 13 pages, which is 
often wanting, is not stated in this elen^ 
chtu. The collection is usually bound in 
2 or 3 or even 4 vols. Almodt all of them 
have been often printed, and some with 
variations. For instance, the 10 pieces of 
the Thestturtuanatomictu in the ist edition 
( 1 70 i-i 5) are in Latin and Dutch, whereas 
in the new impressions of 1724-39 they 
are only in Latin. There is only one ge- 
neral title, which is of the year 1737, 
although several of the writings were 



RUY 

fint printed in 1744. The title- plate has 
the year 1 720. 

RUYSCH, H. Theatrum anima- 
liuxn« see Jonston. 

19646 RUZZANTE (Agnolo Be- 
OLCO^ detto 11). Tre orationi in 
lingua rustica. Dialogo facetissimo 
et ridiculosissimo. Due dialoghi 
in lingua rustica. Anconitana co- 
media. Fiorina comedia. Mo- 
schetta comedia. Piovana comedia. 
Rhodiana comedia. Vaccaria co. 
media. Ven., Bonadio, 1565. 8**. 

All these pieces have their distinct titles, 
but no general title. This edition is less 
ocHsplete than the following. 

19647 — tutte le opere. (Fen,) 1 584. 

The most complete and correct edition, 
see MairaatuCt Petrarea II. 433. 

19648 — tutte le opere. Vicenza, 
heredi di Perin, 1598. 8**. 

As complete as Uie preceding, but not so 
correct. All three pieces had previously 
appeared separately between 1548 and 
1556. They are remarkable for the cir- 
cumstance, that every character intro- 
duced into them speaks a different Ita- 
lian provincial dialect. Consult Femow 
Rom. Shtdien III. 489 sq. 

RYBISCH, see Boxhorn. 
RYCHARDE, see Richard. 

19649 RYER, And. du. Rudimenta 
grammatices linguae turcicie. £d. 
II. Lut. Par. 1633. 4°. 

See also Koran. 

RYMBE6LA, see Bjornsen. 

19650 RYMER, Th. Fcfidera, con- 
ventiones, literae et cujuscunque 
generis acta publica inter reges An. 
gliae et alios quosvis imperatores^ 
reges, pontifices, principes et com- 
munitates ab ineunte sec. XII. vi- 
delicet ab a. 1 1 o I ad nostra usque 
tempora habita aut tractata, ex au. 
tographis fideliter expressa. Lond., 
Churchil, 1704-17. fol. 17 voll. 

The very scarce original edition of this 
important collection, of which only 225 
copies in all are said to have been printed. 
(Uffenbach't Reisen, II. 403.) This ist 
edition properly contains only 17 vols., but 
the 1 8th, 19th, and 20th are usually 
added to it from the following edition in 
order to complete it. 



SA 



1619 



19651 Lond. 1727-35. fol. ao 

vols. Also on large paper. 

This edition is said to be more correct 
than the preceding. 

19652 Hagae Com., Neaulme^ 

1745. fol. 20 parts in 10 vols. Also 
on large paper. 

Less fine than the preceding, and at a 
lower price, but containing an index 
and other augmentations ; a French trans- 
lation is also given of those original docu- 
ments which are written in English. 

RYMKRONIK, see Stokb. 

19653 RYMSDYK, J. and And. van. 
Museum britannicum, being an ex- 
hibition of antiquities and natural 
curiosities^ belonging to the British 
museum. Lond. 1778. fol. with 30 
plates. 

Also, Lond. 1791. fol. with 32 plates. 

19654 R2ACZYNSKI, Gbr. Hi- 
storia natural is curiosa regni Po- 
lonise, magni ducatus Lithuaniie 
annexarumque provinciarum. San- 
domirifle^ 1721. 4". Auctarium hi- 
storifie naturalis regni Poloniae. 
(Gedani, 1742). 4°. 

The two vols, belong to each other, but 
the 2nd is very scarce. 



s. 



19655 SA e Menezes, Fr. de. Ma. 

laca conquistada pelo grande Af- 

fonso de Albuquerque, poema he- 

roico, com os argumentos de Ber. 

narda Ferreira. Ed. III. mais cor- 

recta. Lisb. 1779. 4°. (960 rees.) 

The first two editions, LUb.y Rodrigues, 
1634. 16**., and Lub.y Craesbeeck, 1658. 
4*., both of which are dted by the aca- 
demy of Lisbon, are very different from 
each other : moreover they have not the 
argumentos of the new edition. 

19656 SA de Miranda, Fr. de. O- 

bras. Ed. II. Lisb., Alvares, 1614. 

40 
• 

Cited by the academy of Lisbon. More 
complete than the ist edition, Ltab. 1595. 
4". But his two comedies, VUhapemdot 
and Estrangeiroty which are wanting in 
the other earlier editions, are in the ist 
edition, and are printed in the edition, 
ZM,, Alvares, i6a3. 4°. 
5N4 



1620 



SA 



19657 — obras. Nova edi9ao cor- 
rects, emendada e augmentada com 
a 8ua vida e comedias. Lisb., RoU 
land, 1784. 12°. 2 voll. (960 rees.) 

19658 — satyras. Porto, 1626. 8*". 

19659 SAADEDDIN (Saidino). 
Chronica dell' origine e progressi 
della casa Ottomanna, trad, da Vine. 
Bratutti dall' idioma turco nell' 
italiano. Vienna, Riccio, 1649. 4°* 

See alBO Leukclavius, No. i 1902. 

SAADI, see Sadi. 

19660 SAADIAS. Versio Jesaioe 
arabica cum aliis speciminibus ara- 
bico-biblicis e M S. Bodlejano nunc 
prim, edidit atque glossario per- 
petuo instruxit H. Ebh. 6I0. Pau. 
lus. Jense, Cuno, 1790-91. 8°. a 
parts in i vol. ( i d. 8 gr.) 

SAAVEDRA, see Faxardo and 
Cervantes. 

19661 SAAVEDRA, Pt. Vanegas 
de. De los remedios de amor en 
dos libros, juntamente con varias 
rimas de Fr. de Medrano. Palermo, 
Orlandi, 1617. 8°. 

This is not a translation, but an imitation 
of Ovid. The poems of Medrano are par. 
ticularly Hne. 

19662 SABADINO degli Arienti. 

Gi. Ad Herculem Estensem Fer- 

rarise ducem facetiarum poretana- 

rum opus. (Settanta novelle, dette 

le Porrettane, con moralissimi do- 

cumenti). Bol., Uenr. di Colonia, 

Pultimo di Aprile 1483. fol. 
The first edition, and very scarce. 

19663 — settanta novelle. Ven., Bt. 
de Tortis, 1484. fol. 

This edition is also very scarce. 

19664 — settanta novelle. Ven., Bm. 
de Zanni, 20 Marzo, 1504. fol. 

19665 — le settanta novelle, dette le 
Porrettane, corrette per Sb. Ma- 
nilio. Ven., 16 Marzo 1510. fol. 
with woodcuts. 

19666 — le Porrettane. Ven., Gr. 
de Gregorii, 1525. 8=. 

A Bcaroe edition. At Wolfenbtittel. 

19667 — le Porrettane, dove si narra 
novelle settanta una, con moralis- 
simi documenti etc. Con ogni dili. 



SAB 

gentia viste, corrette e nuovamente 
stampate. Ven., Marchio Sessa, 

1531- 8°- 

This and the following edition are good 
and esteemed. At Wolfenbiittel. 

19668 — le Porrettane. Ven., Ant. 

Putteletto, 1540. S°. 

Although 70 or 71 novels are stated in 
the titles of these editions, yet the work in 
reality contains but 61. 

19669 SABATIER, Rph. Benev. 
Traite complet d'anatomie. Par. 
1775. 8". 2 voll. — Tratado com- 
pleto de anatomia ou descrip9ao de 
todas as partes do corpo humano, 
trasladado em vulgar. Lisb. 1802. 
8^ 6 voll. (2880 rees.) 

19670 — la medecine opdratoire, ou 
des operations de chirurgie qui se 

?ratiquent le plus frequemment. 
^ar. 18 10. 8°. 3 vols, with plates. 

In German by W. H. L. Borges. BerL 
1797-99. 8". 3 vols. (5 d.) 

SABATIER, see Biblia latina. 
No. 2330. 

19671 SABBATHIER, Fr. Die 

tionnaire pour I'intelliffence des au- 
teurs classiques. Chalons, 1776- 
1 814. 8°. 37 voll. 

The last articles are treated so briefly, 
that although the first 36 vols, only reach 
to R, yet the last vol. comprises all the 
rest. The work is consequently at a very 
low price. There ought to have been 16 
Nos. of plates belonging to it, only 8 how- 
ever, each of 35 plates, have appeared. 

SABBATI, see Bonne lli. 

19672 SABBATINI, L. II vetusto 
calendario Napoletano, con varie 
note. Nap. 1744-47. 4°. 9 vols, 
with plates. 

19673 SABELLICUS, M. Ant. Coc- 

cius. Rerum Venetarum decades 

IV. Ven., And. de Torresanis de 

Asula, d. 21. Madii 1487. large 

fol. 

238 leaves with 48 lines and signatures. 
The first edition, 3 copies of which on vel- 
lum are known, i. In the Royal library 
at Paris. 2. In the Royal library at Lon- 
don (formerly Smithes). 3* In the posses- 
sion of 8ykes in England (formerly 42I. 
Pinelli, 510 fr. McCarthy). 

19674 — de Venetis magistratibus 



SAB 

liber aniens. Ven., Ant. de Strata^ 
19 Jan. 1488. 4°. 

26 leaves with 31 lines, and signatures. 
A copy on vellum in the Royal library at 
PariB, previously set down in Mob'ni^s ca- 
talogue at Florence at 400 paoli. 

19675 ^ enneades ab orbe condito 
ad annum 1503. Ven. E498-1503. 
large fol. 2 vols. 

19676 ^ chronica geral de SabeUico 
des ho comego do mundo atee nosso 
tempo^ tresladada do Latim em 
Lingoagem Portuguez per Leonor 
de Noronha. Coimbra^ Barreira e 
Alvares, 1550-52. fol. 2 voll. 

Cited by the academy of Lisbon, in the 
catalogue of which the title is g^ven in the 
above manner. Elsewhere I find the title 
and year thus, Chronica .... Portuguez 
par Doha LianoTy fiUa do Marques de Vil* 
lareal Don Fernando, Coimbra^ x 55 5- fol. 

19677 — opera omnia ab infinitis 
mendis repurgata et castigata, cum 
supplemento rhapsodise historiarum 
ab orbe condito ad heec usque tem- 
pora, in tomos quatuor digesta, per 
Coelium Secundum Curionem. Bas., 
J. Hervagius^ 1560. fol. 4 voll. 

This edition contains his entire works, 
with the exception of the Annotatumes in 
vett. auctoret* Only some of his works are 
contained in the incorrectly printed collec- 
tion, Ven.^ AlberHnus de lAsona, 1502. fol. 

SABINUS, Aug., see Juvenalis, 
No. 1 1280. 

19678 SABINUS, G. Poemata 
aucta et em en data. (Lps.) in oific. 
Voegeliana, 1563. 8°. 

One of the best editions. 

SABLE, see Arena. 
SABOUREUR, see Scriptorbs 
rei rust. 

19679 SABUNDE, Raym. de. Liber 
creaturarum sive de homine. With- 
out place or date (about 1484). 4*^. 
Gothic letter. 

In 2 columns, with 37 lines, and signa- 
natures. 

19680 — theologia naturalis sive liber 
creaturarum. Daventr., Rch. Paf- 
firoet, without date (about 1480). 
fol. Gothic letter. 

In 2 columns with 30 lines. The Wol- 
fenbUttel copy has a MS. notice of 1488. 
Of the older editions a more convenient 
one is. Par,, J, Petit, 1509. 8^. 



SAC 



1621 



19681 — theologia naturalis. Ven., 
Ziletus, 1581. 8^ 

19682 — theologia naturalis sive liber 

creaturarum. Lugd., Pt. Compag. 

non, 1648. 8®. 

Amst. 1 66 1. 8**. is only an abridgment 
by J. Amos Comenius. 

19683 — le livre des creatures on le 
liure de lomme, pour lequel sont 
crees les autres creatures. Lyon, 
Bernand TEscuyer, 1519. fol. Go- 
thic letter. 

This translation differs from the two fol- 
lowing. 

19684 — la theologie naturelle, mise 
de latin en frangois (par J. Mar- 
tin). Par., Mch. Vascosan, 155 1. 

Also, ib., id., ] 566. 8**. ib,, Gbr, Buon, 
1569. 8°. This is not a translation of the 
above work, but of Raym, Sebundi de na^ 
tura hominis dialoffi 8. viola ammat. Lugd., 
Gryph., 1544. 8"., which also previously 
appeared. Col. 1499. 4"., and is not by Sa- 
bunde, but by Pt Dorland. 

19685 — La theologie naturelle trad, 
du latin par Mch. de Montaigne. 
Par., Gilles Gorbin, 1581. 8°. 

Also, Rouen, 1603. 8°. Toumayy 1605. 
8°. Par. 1640. 8". 

19686 SACCENTI, Gi. Santi. Rac- 
colta delle rime piacevoli. Cerreto 
(Fir.), 1789. 12°. 2 voll. 

The best edition. Cerreto {lAvomo), 
1 781. 8°. 2 vols, is equally good, but not so 
fine. But the first edition, Roveredo, 1761. 
8**. 2 vols, is very incorrect. 

19687 SACCHETTI, Franco. No- 
velle. Fir. (Napoli), 1724. 8°. 2 
voU. 

There are two reprints of this edition 
with the same date, one of which is very 
incorrect. See their differences in Borro- 
meo Cataiogo d^ novellieri ital. p. 47, and 
in Gamba Serie, I. 384. As to the rest, 
all three editions contain great mutilations. 

19688 — novelle. Londra (Livorno), 
Bancker, 1795. 8°. 3 voll. 

This very correct and unmutilated edi- 
tion was superintended by Oaetano Pog- 
giali. There are copies on blue paper, and 
one on vellum. 

19689 — novelle. Mil. 1804. 8°. 3 
voll. {Classici Ital.) 

19690 — la battaglia delle vecchie 
con le giovani. Canti due. Prima 



162S 



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edizione illustrata con note da Ba. 
silio Amati di Savignano. BoL, 
Masi, 1820. 8^ (5 paoli.) 

19691 — la battaglia delle vecchie 
con le giovani. Ed. II. Imola, 
1819. 18°. 

19692 SACCHI, Defendente. Storia 
della filosofia greca. Pavia, 1818- 
20. 1 2°. 6 voll. 

SACCHI, see Platina. 
SACCHINUS. see Orlandinus. 

19693 SACHS, Hans. Sehr herrliche 
schone vnd warhaflPte gedicht. Th. I. 
Nrb., Heussler^ ^5S^* or 70, or 90. 
Th. II. 1560, or 70, or 90. Th. III. 
1561, or 77, or 88. Th. IV. 1578. 
Th. V. 1579. fol. 5 voU. 

Complete copies are aeldom to be found, 
particularly of the first editions. Only 
single vols, usually occur. 

19694 Kempten^ Cp. Krause, 

1612-16. 4°. 5 voll. 

19695 Augsp. 171 2. 4°. 5 voll. 

This edition is probably only a new title 

to the preceding. 

19696 — Proben aus Hans Sachsens 

Werken, zum Behuf einer nenen 

Ausg. derselben von F. Just. Ber. 

tuch. Weim. 1778. large 4°. (4 gr.) 

This edition was never completed. It 
was designed to be in 8 vols. 4**. 

19697 — sehr herrliche^ schon u. 
wahrhafte Gedicht, Fabeln u. gute 
Schwenk, in einem Auszuge aus 
dem I . Bande mit beigef iigten Wor- 
terklaiungen (von J. H. Haslein). 
Nrb. 1781. 8°. (i d.) 

The precursor of an edition which also 
was never completed. 

19698 — Werke. Bearbeitet u. he- 
rausgegeben von J. 6st. Biisching. 
Nrb., Schrag, 1816-24. 8°. 3 voll. 

Of this edition, intended to form 6 vols., 
there arc also copies on writing-paper with 
plates. The modern expressions and cor- 
rections introduced by the editor in the 
I St rcL did not meet with approbation, and 
a critical edition of the best of Sach*8 works 
is stiU a desideratum. 

SACHSENCHRONIK, see Bo- 

THO. 

SACHSENHEIM, see Mobin. 

19699 SACHSENPIE6EL. i.High 



SAC 

German* — At the end, Explicit der 
sassen Spiegel, den der erwirdige in 
Got vater unde herre Theodericus 
von Bockstorf, Bischoff zue Nuen- 
burg, seliger gecorrigieret hat. Ba- 
sel, Bh. Richel, 1474. fol. 

The first edition, very scarce. Without 
signatures, catchwords, and pagination. 

19700 — — Der Sachsenspiegel. 
Augsp., Ant. Sorg, 1481. fol. 

232 (not 299) leaves. This edition ap- 
pears to be a reprint of the preceding. 

19701 — der Sachsenspiegel. Augsp., 
Hans Schonsperger, 1482. fol. 

19702 — der SacLsenspiegel. Augsp., 
Anna Rugerin, 1484. fol. 

This scarce edition, which has sometimes 
been doubted, contains 372 leaves in all. 

19703 — der Sachsenspiegel. Liptzk 
(without the printer's name), 1490. 
fol. 

19704 — der Sachsenspiegel. Augsp., 
Hans Schonsperger, 1496. fol. 

Thereto belongs as a second vol., Remit' 
aorium mitt sampt dem WeichbUd vnd 
Lehnrecht. ib.t td., 1495. fol. 

19705 — der Sachsenspiegel. Augsp., 
Hans Schonsperger, 1501. fol. 

19706 — Sachsenspiegel. mit vil 
newen Addicionen. sampt Land- 
rechts vnd Lehenrechts Richsteige. 
Item vil vrtheilen der werden 
scopffen zu Magdeburg. Augsp., 
Silvan. Otmar, 151 7. fol. 

19707 — Sachssenspigell vffs new 
durchaus corrigirt vnd restituirt etc. 
Strb., getruckt vnnd zum dritten- 
mal reuidiert durch Mt. Flach, in 
verleg vnd expenss J. Knoblouch, 
152 1, fol. 

19708 — Sachsenspiegel. auffs newe 
gedruckt. vh anderweit mit vleysse 
corrigiret. Lpz., Mich. Lotther, 
1528. fol. 

19709 — Sachsen spigell vffs new 
durchaus currigirt vnd restituirt, 
Allenthalb wu dye text vorandert 
vnd vnuorstentlich gewest, mitt vil 
nawen adicionen etc, Lpz., Mich. 
Lotter, 1535. fol. 

This is the first edition superintended by 
Cp. Zobel, and of critiGal value. The 
RichUteig is here omitted for the first 
time. 



SAC 

19710 — - Sachsenspiegel corrigert 
BMh new nach dem Inbalt der alten 
waren corrigirten Exemplaren u. 
Texten, Lpz., N. Wolrab, 1539. 
fol. 
Superintended by Benno von Heynits. 

19711^ — Sachsenspiegel Auffs new 
fleissig oorrigirt, an Texten, Glos- 
sen^ Allegaten^ Auch mit vermeh- 
ning des emendirten Repertorii, u. 
▼ieler newen nfitzlichen Additio- 
nen. Lpz., N. Wolrab, 1545. fol. 

Superintended by Wolf Loss after good 
MSS. Repeated, DrestLy N. Wolrab. 

1553- fol- 
19711^ — Sachsenspiegel aufs neuwe 
ubersehen, mit Summarien u. neu- 
wen Additionen vielfaltig gebessert 
durch Cp. Zobel. Lpz. 1561 (other 
copies, 1560). fol. 

Superintended by O. Menius after Zo- 
heVs death. Also^ tpx.y Voge^Uy 1569. fd. 
ib. 1583 and 95. fol. 

19712 — Sachsenspiegel etc. Darzu 
jetzo von newen der gantze Text 
des Sachsenspiegels, auch en etli- 
chen Orten uff dein Rand die alten 
Glossen dariiber in der uhrspriin. 
glichen alten Sachsischen Sprach 
beygedruckt, u. zugleich aus der 
A. 1602 ausgegangenen latein. Edi- 
tion die diversitates lectionum in 
veteribus codicibus zum latein. 
Text ad marginem beygesetzt wor- 
den sind. {Heidelb.), Gotthard VO- 
gelin, 1614. fol. 

19713 — Sachsenspiegel, oder das 
Sachsische Landrecht, in der alt- 
deutschen (niedersachs.), latein. u. 
jetzo hochdeutschen Sprache, nebst 
nothigen Auszugen aus der Glosse. 
Herausg. von Jac. F. Ludovici. 
Halle, Waisenhaus, 1720. 4°. 

Also, Halie, 1750. 4°. 

19714 — Eykens von Repgow Sach- 
senspiegel, oder das Sachhische 
Landrecht. in dreyen Bi'ichern, wie 
solches mit denen altesten codd. 
MSS. zusammen gehalten, daraus 
hergestellet u. von dem bisherigeu 
Corruptionen gesaubert worden. 
Nebst zwei noch nie gedruckten 
Texten der alten Obersachs. urs- 



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162S 



priinglichen Sprache dieses Rechts, 
auch dessen latein. Version u. einer 
neuen Uebs., ingleichen denen 
lectt. variantibus u. Auslegung der 
unverstandl. Worte, femer die 
vollstandige deutsche Glosse des 
Landrechts .... ausgefertiget von 
C. W. Gartner. Lpz., Lanckisch, 
1732. fol. 

19715 — 2. Low Saxon. Speygel 
der Sassen. Colin, Bm. de Unckel, 
1480. fol. 

The first edition of this translation, and 
very scarce. 374 leaves in 2 columns with 
38 lines, without signatures, catdiwords, 
and pagination. In leases 1-16 is an in- 
dex, superscribed Regitir^. Hie begynet 
dot r*gi»ter ties egrsten bouket det tpeygeh 
der Sateen. The work itself begins in 
leaf 17a, and column i line i is, (D)j^# 
hilRgen. Leaves 17-84 are the ist book, 
85-156 the and, and 157-337 the 3rd. In 
k»f 337* column 3 is the following colo- 
phon in 5 lines: lie explicit hec male*ia 
tcM tpeculu sajponie cu glota eua. et ilia i 
Inpasa Colonie p me Bartholomeu de 
Vnekel Anno a natitale dni MccocLrxx. 
The 238th leaf is blank. Leaf 339 a is 
superscribed: Hir beggnnet dot register dee 
schedeclotes. In leaves 340-374 follows, 
Cauiela des tpiegels va Sassen. In leaf 
374b ool. I the last or 37th line is, te 
genogt lots. Et sic I finis. The types 
have a resemblance to those in the first 
low Saxon Cologne Bible, but are larger 
and thicker. A copy of tliis edition (for- 
merly at Helmstadt} is at Wolfenbiittel. 
Consult also Brun's Beitrr. »u den detUsohen 
Reehien, p. 136-154. The appended Sche^ 
denclot or Cauiela is nothing else than a 
low Saxon translation of Hm. voti OesveUie 
Richisieig des Landrechts. 

19716 — der sassen spegel. Stendal, 

Jo.Westfael, 1488. fol. 

Likewise scarce. 319 leaves (the ist 
blank) in 3 columns with 47 lines, and the 
signatures a—p, A-M, A-D, and a. Leaf 
3a col. r line i is, Hgr hefft sick an der 
sassen spe \ gel meih der glosen. Leaves 
2-54 are the ist book, 55-104 the 3nd, 
and J 05-1 84 the 3rd. In leaves 185.31 1 
follows the Landrect in Latin. In leaf 
211^ ool. 2, is the following colophon in 
6 lines. Explicit der stusen spegel den de 
erwerdige in god voder vn here Theoderi. 
cue vd bockstorpe bgssohop to Nuenborch 
seliger gecorrigeret ht^L Gedrucket to 
Stendal dorch Joachim Westfael in deme. 
Ixxxm^. iare. A Registrumt leaves 312- 
319, ends the work. There is also a copy 
of this edition at WolfenbUttel. 



16S4 



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19717 — der sassen spigel. Ljptzigk 
(without the printer's name) die 
sabbati penultima Augusti, 1488. 
fol. 

216 leaveB. Likewise scarce. There is 
a copy in the GOttingen library. At first 
3 a leaves, regiatrum. 

19718 — Sassonum speculum. Ceuln 

Colin), H. Quentel^ '492' ^o\. 
A reprint of the preceding. 

19719 — Sassenspegel mit velen 
njen Addicien san dem Leenrechte 
vnde Richtstige. Aussburch, Syl- 
van Othmer, 15 16. fol. 

14 leaves of preliminary matter, 222 and 
89 numbered leaves. 

19720 — 3. Dutch. Dat Boec der 
Kayserrechten^ gheheten die Spie- 
gel van Sassen. Goude in HoUant, 
Geraert Leeu, 20 Apr. 1479. small 
4°. Gothic letter. 

An edition, t^., t^, 22 Apr. 1472, is very 
suspicious. 

19721 — der Spiegel der Sassen efFte 

dat boec der Kayzer Rechten. 

Delft, 1 480. 4°. 

Panzer, I. 375, 67, mentions an edition, 
Delft, without date. 4°. 

19722 — een seer profitelic boec dat 

leert ende spreect van de ingeseten 

Keyser Rechten ende is gheheten 

die Spiegel van Sassen. Goude in 

Holland, Geraert Leeu, 5 Sept. 

1482. fol. 

An edition is also mentioned, Leiden, 
J. Severten, 15x2. 

19723 — Ilollandischer Sachsenspie- 
gel nach der raren Goudaischen 
Ausg. von 1 479. Hannov., Schmidt, 
1763. 4^ (2 d.) 

19724. — 4. Latin. Juris provin- 
cialis, quod speculum Saxonicum 
vulgo nuncupatur, libri tres, opera 
vigilanti in correct iorem redacti ma- 
teriam : adjectis simul glossis aliis- 
que additionibus noviter recollectis 
(ed. N. Jaskerus). Cracov., Hi. 
Vietor, 1535. fol. 

19725 — (the same title). Samosci, 
1602. fol. 

Ad. Bursius superintended this impres- 
sion of the preceding edition. It is after 
this edition in Melch. GdtUuH collect, con- 
suetudmum et legum imperialium, Ff. a. 
M. 1613. fol. p. 126-167. 



SAC 

19726* — 5. Fotish. Artikuli 
prawz Magdeburskiego korta zowia 
Speculum Saxonicum a lacinskiego 
jezyka na polsna przelozone. w 
Krakowie, Lazarus, 1559- 4°. 

Also, %b. 1565. 4^ \b. 1573. 4'. 

19726b — speculum Saxonicum. 

Albo prawo Saskin y Maydebur- 

skie, przez Pawla Szerbiczo. w 

Lwowie (Lemberg), 1581. fol. 

Also, Krakow, 1626. foL Wartaw, 
1646. fol. 

19727 — Hi. Ch. Meckbach An- 
merkk. uber den Sachsenspiegel. 
Lpz., Hilscher, 1761. 4^ (i d. 18 
gr.) A new title is, Commentar 
iiber den Sachsensp. Weimar, 1 789. 
4°. — E. Spangenberg Beitrage zu 
den deutschen Rechten des Mittel- 
alters, vorziigl. zur Kunde u. Kri. 
tik der altgerman. Rechtsbiicher, u. 
des Sachsen.u. Schwabenspiegels. 
Halle, Gebauer^ 1822. 4°. with 
plates (2 d. 21 gr.). 

A treatise respecting the editions and 
translations of the Sachsenspiegel also in 
J. C. H. Dreyer Beitrage zur Literaiur 
u. GescMchie des deutschen JRechts. LUb. 
u. Lpx. (1783). 4^ p. 95-172. 

SACONTALA, see Kalidas. 

19728 SACRE de Louis XV. dans 
r^glise de Rheims le 25 Oct. 1722 
(redig^ par Danchet). very large 
fol. 

It is often to be met with. There are 
also copies on Dutch paper with illumi- 
nated plates. 

19729 SACRE et couronnement de 
Louis XVI. dans Teglise de Rheims 
le II Juin 1775 (par Tabbe Pi- 
chon), precede de recherches sur le 
sacre des rois de France (par Go- 
bet). Par. 1775. large 8^ with 
plates. 

19730 SACRE de Napoleon dans 
r^lise de Notre- Dame> le dimanche 
2 Dec. 1804. {Par., imprint, du 
gouvernement). large fol. 

With 39 fine plates after designs by 
Isabey, Perder, and Fontaine. As the 
work had not been published at the be- 
ginning of the restoration, almost all 
the impression was destroyed, and those 
copies only remained, which had been 
already sent as presents to the officers 



SAC 

of the crown ; so that the work haa al- 
ready become very scarce, aiid from iioo 
to 1500 fr. has been paid for it.— See above 
Pe rcie b • 

19731 SACRIFICE de Abraham, h, 
huyt personnaiges, nouvellement 
corrig^ et augmente, et \ou6 de- 
vant le roi en Thotel de Flandres k 
Paris, et depuis k Lyon, Tan mil 
D. XXXIX. Par. ( Gilles Pacquoi, 
1539). 8". Gothic letter, 42 leaves. 

19732 Without place or date. 

small 8°. Gothic letter, 43 leaves, 
with the signatures a-f. 
See also Traoedie fran9. 

SACROBOSCO, see Joannes. 

19733 SACY, Ant. Is. Sylvestre de. 
M^moires sur diverses antiquites 
de la Perse et sur les medailles des 
rois de la dynastie des Sassanides, 
suivis de I'histoire de cette dynas- 
tie, trad, du persan de Mirkhond. 
Par., impr. du Louvre, 1793. 4^. 
with plates (15 fr.) 

19734 — principes de grammaire ge- 
n^rale. Par. 1803. 12°. 

In German by J. Sev. Vater, HaUey 
1804. 8*. (i d. 16 gr.) In Italian, To- 
rino, 1 8 19. 8°. 

19735 — chrestomathie arabe^ ou 
extraits de divers ^rivains arabes, 
tant en prose qu'en vers. Par., 
impr. imp^r., 1806. 8". 3 voll. 

(36 fr.) 

19736 — grammaire arabe. Par., 
impr. imper., 1810. 8°. 2 vols, with 
plates (24 fr., on vellum paper 50 
fr.). 

SACY, L. Is. le Mattre de^ see 

BiBLiA Gallica. 
SADE, see M^girbs, No. 13719, 

and Justine. 

19737 SADELER, Mg. Theatrum 
morum. Artliche gesprach der 
Thier mit wahren historien den 
menschen zur lehr. Prag. 1608. 
4°. 277 pages, with fine plates. 

19738 SADELER, Marco. Vestigi 
delle antichita di Roma, Tivoli, 
Pozzuolo et altri luoghi. Praga, 
1606. small fol. 

I title-leaf and 50 plates. Ke-engraved, 
Roma, de Rottii, 1660. oblong fol. 

19739 SADELER, J. et Rph. Soli- 



SAD 



1625 



tudo sive vite patrum eremicola- 
rum. Without place or date. 4°. 
with plates. — Sylvie sacrie, monu- 
menta sanctions philosophise, quam 
severa anachoretar. disciplina vits 
et religio docuit. Monach. 1594. 
4®. with plates. — Trophaeum vita 
solitariee. Ven. 1598. 4°. with 
plates. — Oraculum anachoreticum. 
Ven. 1600. 4°. — Solitudo s. vitae 
feminar. anachoreticar., ab Adr. 
Collardo collects atque expresses. 
Without place or date. 4°. with 
plates. 

These 5 artides form the scarce collection 
of the Fires du desert by Sadeler and Col- 
laert. 

19740 — recueil d'estampes d'apr^s 
Raphael, Titien, Carrache etc, et 
principalement d'apr^s Mt. De Vos, 
grav^ par les fr^res Sadeler, con. 
tenant plus de 500 estampes. Par., 
Lr. Cars, 1 748. large fol. 2 vols. 

19741 SADI, Musladinus. Persian 
and Arabic works. Calcutta, print- 
ed for the oriental Indies' company, 
1791-95. fol. 2 parts in i vol. 

19742 — rosarium politicum sive 
amoenum sortis humanie theatrum, 
persice, cum lat. vers, et notis 6. 
Gentii. Amst., J. Blaeu, 165 1. 
fol. Also on large paper. 

The Latin translation alone^ Amst. 1655 
or 87. 12®. Lps, 1673. 12". 

19743 — the gulistan of Sady, with 
an English translation. By Fr. 
Gladwin. With notes. Calcutta, 
printed at the Hindostanee press, 
1 806. large 4^. 2 vols. 

Very scarce in Europe. The ist vol. 
contains the Persian text with the Eng- 
lish translation, and the 2nd the notes. 

19744 — the Gulistan or rose garden, 
by Musle-Huddeen Shaik Sady of 
Sheeraz, translated from the ori- 
ginal by Fr. Gladwin. Loud., re- 
printed for Black etc, by W. Bul- 

mer, 1808-9. ^**' ^ ^^^8. (i6s.) 

A fine reprint of the preceding edition. 
The f St vol. (also to be had separate for 
los. 6d.) contains the English translation, 
and the 2nd the Persian text. 

19745 — gulistan ou I'empire des 
roses, trad, du Persan par And. 



1626 



SAD 



du Ryer. Par., Sommaville, 1634. 

19746 — gulistan ou rempire des 
roses, traite des moeurs des rois, 
trad, du persan par M * * * (d'Al^- 
gre). Par., compagnie, 1 704. 1 2°. 

19747 — gulistan ou le jardin des 

roses, trad, du persan de Saady 

(par I'abb^ Gaudin). Par., Vol- 

land, 1 79 1. 8°. 

Previously under the title, Estai historu 
que 8ur la UgUlatton de la Perte, Par.^ 
le Jay^ 1 789. 8"*. 

19748 — Schich Sadi persisches Ro- 
senthal nebst Locman's Fabeln. 
Neue verb. Aufl. Witt. u. Zerbst, 
Zimmermann, 1775. 8^ 

Only Olearius^s translation, which is to 
be found in his Reisebeschreibungen (see 
above^ No. 15084) in a modern form. 

19749 — the rose garden of Hindoo- 
stan, translated from Shykh Sadees 
original nursery of Persian 600- 
listan, of Sheeraz, by meer Sher 
Ulee Ufisos, under the direction of 
Gilchrist. Calcutta, Hindoostanee- 
press, 1802. 8°. 2 vols. (il. los.) 

19750 — select fables from the Guli- 
stan, or the bed of roses. Translated 
from the original Persian of Sadi 
by St. Sulivan. Lond. 1 774. 8°. 

19751 — Pundnameh, a compendium 
of ethics, translated from the Per- 
sian of Sheik Sadi of Shiraz into 
English (by Fr. Gladwin). Cal- 
cutta, printed by Stuart and 
Cooper, 1788. 8^ 

The Persian text is added. — An edition 
of the Diwan, or the poems of Sadi, ap- 
peared in the East Indies about 18 10-13. 
in large 4°. 

19752 SADLER, Ralph. The state 
papers and letters. Edited by Ar- 
thur Clifford. To which is added, 
a memoir of the life of sir Ralph 
Sadler, and historical notes, by 
Walter Scott. Edinb. 1809. 4°. 
a vols, with plates (5I. 5s.). 

Also on large paper in 3 vols. (81. 8s.) 
Sadler was bom in 1507 and died in 1587. 
See a review of this work in the Edinburgh 
Review, XVI. 44 7 sq. 

19753 SADOLETUS, Jac. Opera, 



SiEN 

quae exstant, omnia. Veronae, Tu- 
mermani, 1737-38. 4**. 4 voll. 

19754 — epistolae Leonis X. de- 
mentis VII. et Pauli III. nomine 
scriptae. Accessit Ant. Florebelli 
de vita ejusdem Sadoleti commen- 
tarius. Romae, Salomoni, 1759. 
small 8°. — Epistolae proprio no- 
mine scriptae. ib., id., 1 760. small 
8°. 3 voll. — Epistolarum appendix. 
Accedunt Sadoleti et Hi.!Nigri vi- 
tae, auct. Vine. Alex. Constantio, et 
aliqua Sadoleti et Nigri opuscula. 
ib., id., 1767. small 8°. 

There are also copies on large paper of 
these 5 vols. 

19755 — ad principes populosque 
Germaniae exhortatio, ut desertis et 
abjectis haeresium iusaniis in gre- 
mium catholicse ecclesias redeant 
(nunc prim, edita a St. Agricola). 
Dilingae, Sebald. Meyer, 1560. 
small 8°. 

A copy on vellum in the Royal library 
in Paris (previously 16s. Pinelli, 40 fr. 
McCarthy). 

19756 — in Pauli epistolam ad Ro- 
manos commentariorum libri III. 
Praemissa est illustris viri vita auct. 
Ant. Florebello. Ff. a. M., 1771. 

See also Imaoikes. 

SiEMUND, see Edda. 

Si£NZ, see Aouibrb and Ortiz. 

19757 (SAGA.) Asmund Kappa- 
banes Saga, e cod. MS. linguae 
priscae scandicae descripta, cum ge- 
mina versione suet, et lat. edid. 
J. F. Peringskiold. Sth. 1722. 
fol. 

Previously, Upt. 1697. fol. and with the 
Effiluaga, Up$. 1693. 4"*. 

19758 — Christendoms Saga hlio- 

dande um thad hvornenn Christen 

Tru kom fyrst a Island, at forlage 

thess haloflega Herra Olafs Trygg- 

vason ar Noregs Kongs. Skal- 

hoUte, Hendrick Kruse, 1688. 4^. 

a leaves of preliminary matter, 46 pages, 
and I leaf. Thdr. Thorladus was the edi- 
tor. 

19759 — Eigles och Asmunds Saga, 
af gamla Gothiskan uttolkad och 



SiEN 

med Amnarkningar forklarad. For- 
tissimor. pugilum Egilli et Asmun- 
di historiam, gothico sermone exa- 
ratam, translatione, notis et indice 
vocum iUustravit Pt. Salanus. Ups. 
1693. 4''- _ 

19760 — Eigilssaga (islandlce). 
Hrappsey, 1782. 4^ 

19761 — Egils Saga, S. Egilii Skal- 
lagrimii vita, islandice^ ex MSS. 
l^ti Arnae-Magnseaui, cum inter- 
pret. lat.» notis chronolog. et ta- 
bulis aen. Havn. 1809. 4*^. with 
plates. 

19762 — Eyrbyggia Saga sive Eyra- 
norum historia, quam versione, lec- 
tionum varietate et indice rerum 
auxit Grim. J. Thorkelin. Havn. 
1787. 4^ 

19763 — Fostbraedra Saga. Kbhvn., 
Gyldendal, 1822. 8°. (i d. 18 gr.) 

19764 — lUuge Grydar Postres His- 
toria, fordam p& gammal Gothiska 
skrifwen, och nu pa swenska ut- 
tolkad af Gudmund Olofson. Ups. 

^^S'4''' >9 pages- 
19766 — Gothrici et Rolfi, Westro- 

gothis regum, historia, lingua anti- 
qua gothica conscripta, quam e MS. 
vetustissimo edidit et versione no- 
tisque illustravit Olaus Verelius. 
Ups., Curio, 1664. 8°. 

There are also copies with a Swedish 
title, GnihrikM och Rolfi Westgotha Kon- 
gart Hitioria etc. Ups. 1664. 8. 

19766 — Gronlandia edur Gronlandz 
Saga, ur Islendskum Sagna Bookum 
eg Analum samaiitekih og a La- 
tinsk maal af Amgrime Jonssine, 
en a Norraenu utlogd af Einare 
Eiolfssine. SkalhoUte, Hendrick 
Kruse, 1688. 4**. 

Translated into Danish by Bussnus, 
Kbktm, 1732. 8^ 

19767 — Sagan af Gunnlaugi Orm- 
stunga ok Skalld-Rafni, sive Gunn- 
laugi Vermilinguis et Rafnis poetie 
vita. Ex MSS. l^ati Magnaeani 
cum interpretatione lat., notis, 
chronologia, tabulis genealogicis et 
indicibus tarn rerum quam verbo- 
rum. Havn. 1775. 4®. 

19768 — Herrands och Bosa Saga 



SMS 



1627 



med en ny uttolkning h. e. Her- 
raudi et Bosse historia cum nova 
interpretatione juxta textum go- 
thicum, e vet. MS. edita et notis 
illustrata ab Olao Verelio. Ups., 
Curio, 1666. 8°. 

19769 — Hialmters och Olvers Saga, 
af gamla nordiska spraket a nyo pa 
Swensko uthtolkad af J. F. Pe« 
ringskiold. St., Horrn, 1720. 4°. 

An earlier edition by J. PeringskiOld, 
without place or date (Sih, 1710). fol. is 
reprinted in Hicketii thesatsr, lingu. tep- 
tentr. T. III. 

19770 — Hervarar Saga pi gammal 
Gotska med Olai Verelii uttolk- 
ning och notis. Ups., Curio, 1672. 
fol. 

Therein ought to be found 35 pages, 
auctarium notarum (of the year 1674), 
and 1 leaves, annotatt, et teripiu Karoli 
epUc. ArotiennSf which are often wanting. 
In one of the Dresden copies the aucUt- 
rium is of quite a different printing from 
that in the other. 

19771 — Hervarar Saga. Versione 
latina, lectionibus variantibus et in* 
dicibus illustravit St. Biornonis. 
Havn. 1785. 4°. 

19772 — Sagan om Ingwar Widt- 
fame, fr&m gamla islandskan of. 
wersat ; och Undersockning om 
ware Runstenars alder etc. af Nils 

Reinhold Brocman. Sth. 1762. 

40 

19773 — Keetilli Hsengi et Grimonis 

Hirsutigenae, patris et filii, historia 

seu res gestae, ex antiqua lingua 

Norvegica in latinum translate per 

Islefum Thorlefium, o^era et stud. 

Olavi Rudbeckii publici juris fEu^tae. 

Ups. 1697. fol. 17 pages. 

Therein ought to be found besides, Hit' 
toria Orvari Odde, fliH Grimonit ( 1 title- 
leaf and 51 pages), and Historia duorum 
rtfftun Hedird et Hugcma (8 pages). 

19774 — Aefi Dana-Konunga Eda 

Knytlinga Saga, s. historia Cnuti- 

darum regum Daniae, islandice et 

lat. Without place or date. fol. 

248 pages. 

This edition nerer came into the market, 
and is unfinished. The title, index, and 
preface^ are wanting. 

19775 — (Konunga Saga.) Nor- 



1628 



SJEN 



lands Chronika och Beskriffhing. 
Wisingsborg, Kankel, 1670. fol. 

Only in the Swedish translation (by 
Jonas Rugmau), and with omission of the 
poems. The appellation Konunga Sagur 
is only found in the half-title. 

19776 — Kristni-Saga sive historia 
religionis Christianse in Islandiam 
introductae^ nee non Thattr af Is- 
leifi Biskupi sive narratio de Isleil- 
fo episcopo; ex mstis legati Mag- 
naeani, cum interpretat. lat. et no- 
tis. Havn, 1773. 8°. 

— Landnama-Saga^ see Landnama. 

19777 — itt Stycke af Konung Olaf 
Tryggiasons Saga, hwilken Oddur 
Munck : pd gammal Gotska be- 
skrifwit hafwer. Ups., Curio, 1665. 
8°. with woodcuts. 

01. Verelius was the editor. At the end 
there ought to be 48 pages of representa- 
tions of Runic stones engraved in wood. 

19778 — SanctOlaffs Saga paSwenske 
Rim, af J. Hadorphio. (Sfh, 1675). 
8°. 

19779 — Saga Olafs Tryggvasonar. 
Skalhollte, Jone Snorrstsyne, 1 689- 
90. 4°. 2 parts in 1 vol. 

Thdr. Thorlacius was the editor. 

19780 — historia Olai Tryggwae filii, 
in Norrigia regis, idiomate Gothico 
8. Suecico vetusto primum condita 
ab Oddo monacho Islando, nunc in 
linguam hodiernam suecicam et lat. 
translata a Jac. Reenhielm. Ups. 
169 1. 4°. 

19781 — anecdotes of Olave the 
Black, King of Men ; to which are 
added, XVJII. eulogies of Haco, 
king of Norway, by Snorro Sturle- 
son. Now first published in the 
original islandic, with a literal 
(Engl.) version and notes by Jam. 
Johnstone. (Copenh,), 1780. 8®. 
48 pages. 

19782 — Sagan af Niali Thorgeirs- 
syni ok Sonom Hans. Kaupman- 
nahafvn, 1772. 4°. 

Only the Iceland text. Olaus Olavius 
was the editor. 

19783 — historia Niali et filiorum, 
cum adjecta chronologia, variis tex- 
tus islandici lectionibus earumque 
crisi, nee non glossario et indice 



SiEN 

rerum. Havn., 1809. 4°. with 
plates. 

The Latin translation and the dictionary 
are by J. Jonsonius, and the critical pre- 
face by Thorlacius. 

19784 — Orkneyinga Saga s. historia 
Orcadensium. Saga Hins Helga 
Magnusar Eyia Jarls s. vita S. 
Magni, insularum comitis. Cum 
vers, lat., varietate lectionum et 
indd. edidit. Jon. Jonaeus. Havn., 
Sander, 1780. 4°. 

19785 — Sagobrott handlande om 
Nogra forna Konungar i Swerige 
och Danmark. Samt om Brawalla 
Slaget. Utaf gamlanordiskaspraket 
forswen&kat af J. F. Peringskiold. 
Sth., Horrn, 1719. 4°. 

19786 — Sagann af Sturlauge hinum 
Starfsama eller Sturlog then arbet- 
sammes Historie fordom pa gam- 
mal Gothiska skrifwen, och nu pa 
swenska utthalkad af Gudmund 
Olofsson. Ups. 1694. 4°. 

19787 — Sturlunga Saga ear Islen- 
dinga Saga hin mikla. Kbhvn. 
1819. 4°- 

19788 — Thorstens Viikingsson Saga 
p& gammal Gothska, af ett aldrigt 
manuscripto affskrefwen och uth- 
satt pa wart nu wanlige Sprak, 
sampt medh nagra nodige Anteck- 
ningar forbettrad af Jac. Reen- 
hielm. Ups., Curio, 1680. 8®. 

There ought to be 130 pages of notes 
included. 

19789 — Viga-Glums Saga s. vita 
Viga Glumi ad fidem codicis 
membr. edita, cum versione lat., 
notis, varietate lectionis et indd., 
ed. G. Petersen. Havn. 1786. 4°. 

19790 — Wilkina Saga, eller Histo- 
rien om Konung Thiderich af Bern 
och bans Kampar, samt Niflunga 
Sagan. Historia Wilkinensium, 
Theodorici Veronensis ac Niflun- 
gorum. Ex MSS. oodd. linguae 
veteris Scandics in hodiernam Sue- 
cicam atque latinam translata op. 
J. Peringskiold. Sth. (without 
the printer's name), 1715. fol. 

19791 — Nokrer Marg-Frooder So- 
gu-Thatter Islendinga ad Forlage 



SAG 

BiornsMarkussonar. Hoolum, 1 756. 

It is only Icelandic, and probably con- 
taiiis the Sagtt^ which appeared lepanitely 
at the same place, 1756. 4^ 

19792 — Pt. Erasm. Mullbb Sa* 
gabibliothek med Anmarkninger og 
indledende Afhandlinger. Kbhvn. 
1817-18. 8^ 2 voU. Sagaenbib- 
liothek des scandinav. Alterthums 
in Ausziigen, mit literar. Nacb- 
weisungen. (B. I.) Aus der dan. 
Handschrift iibs. von C. Lachmann. 
Berl. 1816. 8°. 

Containing good literary notices on the 
Sagas. Concerning which see also Nyerup 
in Braffur, II. 354-379. CeUal, bibl. UpsoL 
III. 160. flaldorsonu lexicon island, T. I. 
in the preface. Grimm in Hermesy V. 1-53. 

19793 — F. H. von der Hagen 
nordische Helden-romane. Bresl., 
Max, 1814-15. 8°. 4 voll. (5 d. 

4gr.) 

Containing WiUnna and N\fiunga Soffo^ 
or Dieir. wm Bern, and the Nibelunffen^ 
and VaUunga Saga, or Sigurd der Fafmr" 
ttSdter and the Niflungen, 

19794 SA6ARD Theodat, Gbr. Le 
grand voyage du pays de Hurons, 
k» confins du Canada, avec un dic- 
tionnaire de la langue Huronne. 
Par. 1632. 8^ 

Scarce and interesting. 18L at Stanley's 
sale, and 81. i8s. 6d. at the duke of Marl- 
borou^'s, bat iar cheaper in France. The 
Dietiannaire is sometimes met with by it- 
self. Consult BecknunuC$ LiU, der Rei' 
»en, I. 438. 

19795 — histoire du Canada et voy- 
ages que les freres recollects y ont 
faicts, depuis Tan 161 5. Par. 1636. 
8^ 

SAGE de Montpellier, see Rbcueil 
de poetes gascons. 

19796 SAGE, Alain Ren^ de. (Eu- 
vres choisies. Amst. (Par,), 1783. 
8®. 15 vols, with plates. Also on 
Dutch paper. 

19797 Par., Leblanc, 181 1. 8**. 

16 vols, with plates (96 fr.). 

A better reprint of the preceding. The 
last Tol. is a supplement. See above Pee- 
V08T. 

19798 — oeuvres. Par., Renouard, 
1821. 8°. 12 voll. (66 fr.) 
A new critical edition, in which however 
VOL. IV. 



SAG 



16S9 



the Th^&tre de la foire is omitted. 40 co- 
pies on vellum paper at 110 fr. 

19799 — histoire de Gil Bias de San- 
tillane. Par., Didot jeune, an 3 
(1794). 8°. 4 vols, with 100 plates. 

An ordinary edition. Also on large vel- 
lum paper. 

19800 — histoire de Gil. Bias, edi- 
tion revue par Bertin. Par.^ De- 
lance> 1798. 18°. 6 vols, with 
plates. 

An edition little sought after, of which 
however there are a copies on vellum in 



12^ 



19801 Par., st^r^ot. d'Herhan, 

1805. 12°. 4 voll. 

Of this edition also there are a copies on 
vellum. 

19802 Lond. 1 809. large 8^ 

4 vols, with 24 plates after Smirke 
(6 guineas). 
Also copies in 4^ (ti guineas.) 

19803 — histoire de Gil Bias. Par., 
Genest, t8i8. 12". 4 vols, with 
plates (18 fr.). 

19804 -i (avec un discours pr^ 

liminaire par Fr. de Neufch&teau). 
Par., Didot, 1819. 8°. 3 voll. (13 
fr. 50 c, on fine paper 22 fr. 50 c, 
on vellum paper 45 fr.) 

A copy on vellum in the Royal library at 
Paris. 

19805 — histoire de Gil Bias. Nouv. 

^it. avec un discours preliminaire 

et des notes par Fr. de ]Neufch&teau. 

Par., Lef^vre, 1820. 8°. 3 vols. 

with 9 plates after Desenne (21 

fr.). 

On large vellum paper with plates avant 
la lettre 54 fr., and with etched leaves 
63 fr. This fine edition is after the edi- 
tion, Par, 1747. ia°. 4 vols, with plates, 
furnished with numerous corrections and 
augmentations by the author. These addi- 
tions are also to be found in Par, 1759. 
1 2°. 5 vols., but in none of the subsequent 
editions, not even in Didot*s in 1819. In 
the Dieoours prdUmMuArey Isla^s assertion 
that le Sage not only borrowed the plan, 
but even me details of his romance from 
the Spanish, is contradicted, and hu 
claim to it asserted. Consult J, Agsi, 
Llorente ObservaHone erit, sur le roman de 
GilbUu de SaniiUane. Par,yMoreau, 1830. 
8«. (5 fr.) 

19806 — historia de Gil Braz de 
SO 



1630 



SAG 



Santilhana, traduzida em portu- 
guez por Manuel Maria Barbosa du 
Bocage. Lisb.iSoo.S^ 4yoll. (1920 
rees.) Correcta por Fr. Fernandez. 
Lfond.^ 1 808. 1 2^. 4 voll. ( 14ft.) 

19807 — aventuras de Gil Bias de 
Santillana robadas a Espaiia, j 
adoptadas en Francia por le Sage, 
restituidas a au patria y a su lingua 
nativa (por Jos. Fr. Isla). Madr. 
1 797. small 4^^. with plates. 

Also, Madr. 1805. i^°* 5 ^<>1^ ^^ 
plates. ValentAa^ \%\%. 12°. 6 vols. Par, 

1811. 12°. 4 vols, with 14 plates (12 fr.) 
retfuiat por Fr, Fernandez. Lond. 18 14. 
12*". 4 vols- (2O8.) 

19808 — storia di Gil Bias di Santil- 
lana. Ven. 1746. 1 1''. 7 voll. CoUe 
Ameno, 1774. 8®, 4 voll. Ven. 
1803. 18°. 7 voll. 

19809 — storia di Gil Bias di San- 
tillana^ trad, da Quirino Vivani. 
Ven.^ Missiaglia, 1820. 8^ 4 vols, 
with plates (2 scudi.). 

19810 — Gil Bias von Santillana, 
neu iibersetzt (von W. Christhelf 
Sgm, Mylius). 3 Ausg. Berl., Him- 
burg, 1798. 8°. 6 vols, with 14 
plates (3 d. 16 gr.). 

19811 — Het Leven van Gil Bias 
van Santillana, uyt de fransche 
Taal overgezet door Rb. Hennebo. 
Amst. 1716-25. 8°. 3 vols, with 
plates. — Amst. 1730. 8®. 2 voll. 

19812 — the adventures of Gil Bias 
of Santillane. Translated from the 
French by Bj. Heath Malkin. 
Lond. 1 809. large 8°. 4 vols, with 
24 plates, after Smirke. 

Also on large paper in 4**. 

19813 — the adventures of Gil Bias 
of Santillane^ translated by Tobias 
SmoUet. Lond., Sharpe, 1809. 24^ 
4 vols, with plates (12s.). Lond. 

1812. 12°. 4 vols. (i8s.) 

19814 — Gil Bias of Santillane. 
Newly translated by Mt. Smart. 
Lond. 1807. large 18°. 4 vols, with 
100 plates (il. 8s., on large paper 
in 8°. 2 guineas). 

19815 — le bachelier de Salamanque. 
Par. 1738. 12°. 2 vols, with plates. 

Beware of the extremely incorrect edi- 



SAG 

tion, Anut., Wetsiein et SmUh, 1740. 12"*. 
2 vols, with bad plates. 

19816 — el bachiller de Salamanca, 
restituido al castellano. Lyon^ Cor. 
mon, 1 82 1. 18*^. 2 voll. 

19817 — Schulstaub u. Hofluft oder 
der glucklich gewordene Hofmei- 
ster^ eine neue Uebersetzung des 
Baccalaureus von Salamanca. Lpz., 
Weygand, 1783. 8°. 2 voll. (i d. 
12 gr.) 

19818 — le diable boiteux. Nouv. 
edit. augm. d'une journee des par- 
ques et des b^quilles du diable boi> 
teux. Par., Musier, i779- 12^. 
4 parts in 2 vols, with plates. 

Of the edition, Par., DemonviUe, 1 755. 
1 3**. 3 vok. with plates, which is not dis- 
tinguished in other respects, there are co- 
pies on Dutch paper, which are scarce and 
sought after. This romance is an imita- 
tion of the Diablo cojuelo of Guevara ; see 
above, No. 9077. 

19819 — der lahme Teufel, aus dem 
franz. (von C. H. Seifried). Frey- 
berg, Craz, 1789. 8°. 2 voll. (1 d.) 

Tevfel Attnodi Hinkebem u. tein Be^ 
/reier in England, out dem Engl. Berl, 
1794. 8**. a YoU. (i d. 16 gr.) is a con- 
tinuation. 

19820 — histoire d'Estevanille Gon- 
zalez, tiree de I'espagnol. Par. 
1754 or 65. 12°. 2 voll. 

See the original above under Espinel. 

19821 — les aventures plaisantes de 

Guzman d'Alfarache. Par. 1777. 

12°. 2 voll. 
See the original above under Alemak. 

19822 — th^ktre. Nouv. ed. revue 
et corrigee. Par., Duchesne, 1774. 
1 2®. 2 voll. 

19823 SAGE, A. le (las Cases). 
Atlas historique> gen^alogique, 
chronologique et g^ographique, 
Ed. II. Par. 1814. large fol. (136 
fr.) Also on vellum paper. 

SAGES, see Sieben weise Meis- 

TER. 

19824 SAGGI di dissertazioni aca- 
demiche pubblicamente lette nell' 
accademia Etrusca di Cortona. 
Roma e Fir. 1735-91. 9 parts in 
10 vols, with plates. 

An esteemed and very complete collec- 
tion. The I St part consists of 2 vols. 



SAG 

19825 SAG6I di natural! esperienze 
fatte neir accademia del Cimento. 
Fir., Cocchini, 1666 (other copies 
1667). fol. with plates. 

Lr. Magalotti was the author of this 
esteemed work. Also, Fir.^ Cecehiy 1691. 
foL with plates (also on large paper). Ven., 
Lovisa, 1 7 10. 4**. Nap. 1714. fed. with 
plates. Also under the title, Opere tuUe 
di Lr, MaffolotH. T. I. Ven., PatquaRy 
1 761. 8^~See also Tozzetti and Afus- 
8CHENBR0EK. 

19826 SA6GI scientifici e letterarj 
deir accademia di Padova. Pado- 
va, 1786-94. large 4^. 3 parts in 
4 vols, with plates. — Nuovi 9aggi* 
T.I. Padova, 1 81 7. large 4^ 

19827 SAG6I di prose e poesie de' 
piu celebri scrittori d'ogni secolo. 
Lond. 1796-98. large 8°. 6 vols, 
on vellum paper. 

This collection extends firom the 13th 
century to the i8th inclusive. 

19828 SAHLSTEDT, Abr. Swensk 

Grammatica. Ups. 1769. 8°. Sth. 

1787. 8°. 

In German (by Jos. Lr. Bagge). LUb. 
1796. 8". (12 gr.) 

19829 — Swensk Grammatica for- 
kortad. Sth. 1772. 8**. 

19830 — dictionarium pseudo-Sue- 
canum, det ir Ordlista pa fram- 
mande Ord i Swenska Spraket. 
Westeras, 1769. 8**. 

19831 — Swensk Ordabok med La- 
tiosk Uttolkning. Sth. 1773. 4°. 

SAIDINO^ see Saadbddin. 

19832 SAIGE, Jac. le. Chy sen. 

suvent les gistes repaistres et d^- 

pens : que moy Jasque le Saige 

marchant de draps de soye demou- 

rant a Douay ay fJEiict de Douay k 

Hierusalem, Veuise, Rhodes, Pome 

elc. et aultres passaiges, que moy 

etc. ay faict Ian mil chincq cens 

xviij. avec mon retour. Cambray, 

fionav. Brassart, without date, small 

4^. Gothic letter. 

108 leaves with the sigpiatures A^FF, 
Very scarce, and remarkable as being the 
first typogr^hical production of Cambray. 

19833 SAILER, Sb. Schriften im 
schwabischen Dialekt. Gesammelt 



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1631 



von Sixt Bachmann. Buchau, 1819. 
8°. 

SAINCTES, CI. de, see Liturgijb. 

19834 SAINT.AMANT, M. Ant. 
Girard de. Moyse sauve, idyle 
heroique. Leyde, J. Sambix {fiU 
zevier)^ J 654. 12°. 

18 leaves of preb'minary matter, 188 
pages, and 6 leaves table. There is a bad 
reprint of the same date. Amtt., PL le 
Grand, 1664. 12°. is a neat copy of the 
alx>ve, to which AmsL, J. MaiKerbey 1 700. 
12°. is only a new title. 

19836 SAINT.EVREMOND,Charl. 
Margotelle de S. Denys, Sieur de. 
CEuvres mesl^es. Ed. II. augm. 
de la vie de I'auteur par Desmai- 
zeaux. Lond., Tonson, 1 709. large 

4°. 3 voll. 

A fine edition, but incomplete and not 
sought after, of which there are copies on 
very large paper. 

19836 — oeuvres. {Par,), 1753. la®. 
1 2 vols. Also on large paper. 

19837 — reflexions sur les divers ge- 
nies du pen pie Romain dans les 
divers temps de la r^publique. Di- 
jon, Causse, an 3 (1795). 8®. On 
vellum paper (4 fr., on large paper 
6 fr.). 

There are 2 copies on vellum in 4^ 

19838 SAINT- FOIX, Germ. Fr. 
PouUain de. CEuvres complettes. 
Par., veuve Duchesne, 1778. 8°. 
6 vols, with plates. Also on Dutch 
paper. 

19839 — essais historiques sur Paris. 
Par. 1 766. 1 2°. 7 voll. Essais his- 
tor. sur Paris, pour faire suite k 
Ton V rage precedent, par Agst. Poul- 
lain de Saint-Foix. Par. 1805. 8"^. 
2 voll. 

19840 — histoire de Tordre du 8. 
Esprit. Par. 1767. 12°. 3 voll. 

SAINT- GELAIS, Charl., see Ju- 
das. 

19841 SAINT. GELAIS, Mellin de. 
CEuvres poetiques. Lyon, de Harsy, 

1574. 8^ 

19842 — oeuvres. Nouv. ed. augm. 

Par. (Coustelier)^ 17 19- 12°. 

19843 SAINT- GELAIS, Octa- 
vien de, et Blaise Davriol. La 
chasse et le depart damours. Par., 

5 O2 



1632 



SAI 



Ant. V^rard, 13 Avril, 1509. fol. 
Gothic letter, with woodcuts. 

150 leaves in 2 oolumiu with 44 lines 
and the signatures CL^ff. A copy on veUum 
with illuminated woodcuts in the Royal 
library at Paris ; Mr. Hibbert of Clapham 
near London possesses a 2nd copy with 25 
miniatures (previously, 240 fr. Valli^re, 
450 fr. M'Caithy). — Cktnceming the works 
of St. Gelais consult Mdlanget Hrh (Tune 
gr. bibl., IV. 366 sq. 

19844 Par., le Noir, 1533. 4". 

19845 Par., veuve Trepperel et 

J. Jehannot, without date. 4°. Go- 
thic letter. 

19846 — Le Seiour dhouneur. Par., 
Vdrard, without date (about 1503). 
small 4°. Gothic letter with woodcuts. 
180 leaves with 30 lines. Two copies 
on vellum, one with 30 miniatures, in the 
Royal library at Paris. 

19847 Par., Ant. V^rard, 15 19. 

small 4''. 

164 lotres with the signatures o-C An 

edition, Toulouse, 1508. is a mistake. At 
that place and time the author was only 
composing the work. 

19848 SAINT- GELAIS, Octavien 
de, et And. de la Vignk. Le Ver- 
gier doneur. De lentreprise t voy- 
age de naples etc. Par., without the 
printer's name or date (F^rard, 
about 1500). 4°. Gothic letter with 

woodcuts. 

236 leaves in 2 columns with 42 lines 
and signatures. A copy on vellum with 
36 miniatures in the Royal library at Paris 
(previously 79 livr. Hoym, and then in the 
library of the Institut). 

19849 Par., rue St. Jacques k 

I'enseigne de la rose blanche cou- 

ronn^e, without date. fol. Gothic 

letter, with woodcuts. 
127 leaves with the signatures A- A A. 

19850 without place or date. 

fol. Gothic letter with woodcuts. 
In 2 columns with the signatures a-P. 

19851 without place or date. 

4°. Gk>thic letter. 

19852 Par., J. Trepperel, with- 
out date, large 4°. Gothic letter. 

With the signatures d>F. Maittaire 
and Panzer set down this edition in 1495 * 
it is however really without a date — The 
book is an interesting ooDection of ballads^ 
triolets, rondeanz, and other ancient poetry. 



SAI 

Only the ComplaiiUe, of nearly 800 verses 
is by St. Oelais, all the rest is by And. de 
la Vigne. 

19853 — le tr^r de la noblesse. 
Par., V^rard, without date. 4°. Go- 
thic letter. 

See also O&inoo&e, N". 8944. 

SAINT-GREAAL, see Histoirb. 
SAINT-JUST, see Merard. 

19854 SAINT-LAMBERT, Charl. 
Pr.de. Poesies. Par., Didot, 1795. 
1 8°. 2 vols. On vellum paper ( 1 2 
fr., on large paper 24 fr.). 

19855 — les saisons, poeme. Amst. 
(Par.), 1775. 8°. with plates. Also 
on large paper. 

19856 — les saisons. Par., Didot, 

1795. large 8°. On vellum paper 
with plates by le Barbier. 

19857 — les saisons. Par., Didot, 

1796. large 4^ with plates. On 
vellum paper. 

A fine edition. Prince Michael Oallitsin 
of Moscow possesses the only copy on vel- 
lum, with the designs of Chaudet. 

19858 — Jahrszeiten, aus dem Franz, 
(von Ch. Pel. Weisse.) Lpz., Dyck, 
1771.8°. (i6gr.) Oriental. Fabeln, 
nebst drei Erzahlungen, aus dem 
Franz, (von demselben). ib., id., 
1771. 12^ (12 gr.) 

19859 — ceuvres philosophiques. 
Par., an 9 (1800). 8°. 5 voll. (25 

fr.) 

Also Par,, Agasse, I'jg'j- 8°. 6 volL 

19860 — cat^chisme universel. Par., 
Agasse, 1798. 8°. 3 voll. 

8AINT.LE6ER, see Mercibr. 

19861 S AINT-M ARC, de. OBuvres. 
Par. 1788. 8°. 3 vols, with plates. 

SAINT-MARTIN, see Moses, No. 

H459- 

19862 SAINT-MORIS, Bourgevin 

Vialart de. (anon.) Voyage pit- 
toresque de Scandinavie. Lond. 
(other copies. Par.) 1802. 4°. On 
vellum paper. Also on large vel- 
lum paper. 

With 34 plates in aquatinta by J. M^- 
rigot, after designs by L. B^hmger. Acer- 
bi*s travels (see above) are sometimes ap- 
pended. 

19863 SAINT-NON, Rch. de. Voy. 



SAI 

age pittoresque on description du 
Toyaiune de Naples et de Sicile. 
Par.^ Lafoflse, 1781-86. very large 
fol. 4 parts in 5 vols, with plates. 

A work very well executed m a work of 
art, and the first copies of it are greatly 
sought after. There are copies with plates 
avani la leiire, but none in which the geo- 
metrical plans are so. Care should be taken 
that a plate with representations of the 
Phallos of the ancients, T. II. p. 52, and 
also 14 plates of old Sicilian city coins 
{doublei nUdaUUs), T. IV. P. II. at the end 
be not wanting. 

Collation of the work : 

T. I. half title and title, engraved dedi- 
cation, avantpropog, table etc. XV pages; 
^52 pages text, 47 plates, which follow in 
this order; 16, 17, 41, 48, 33, 41, 4«> 4©, 
94> 60, 39, 57, 37, 15, 51, 89, 67, 92, 71, 
70, 8, 20, I, 9, 2, 10, 18, 26, 34, 56, 58, 
66, 106, 30, 93, 31, 32, 35, 25, 64, 43> 44> 
53,1 1 7,1 1 1,103 <^<1 102. Mcireorer an un- 
numbered map, two other maps with Nos. 
1 18 and 110, and a plan with No. 46. 

T. II. half title and title, XXVIII pages, 
avantpropoi and table, 285 pages, text, a 
leaf bietween p. 78 and 79, marked with *, 
three supplementary leaves between p. 108 
and 109, and 83 plates, viz. 2 maps (one 
No. 96, the other without a number, p. 226) 
and 81 plates, of which the Phallus is num- 
bered 52, and 10 are marked with int. 

T. III. half title and title, IV pages, 
atfontpropoa, XL pages, ducoura prelitnu 
nairej 201 pages, text. Between p. T30 
and 131, tliere ought to be the following 
cancels : i. 3 leaves, numbered, x-^. 2. a 
leaf marked with *. 3. a leaf marked with 
* *. 4. 8 leaves, numbered, 7-22. The 
plates are numbered from i to 100, includ- 
ing three maps ; there is besides at p. 1 84, 
the Theodosian map without a number. 

T. IV. P. I. half title and title, 1 leaf, 
ttvanipropot, marked with *, XVIII pages, 
introduction, 266 pages, text, 2 leaves, table 
of contents, marked with * *. The plates 
are numbered from 2 to 106, and Nos. i, 
39 and 8 1 are maps. 

T. IV. P. II. half title and title, i leaf, 
atfontpropoa, marked with *, a half slieet, 
table of chapters, text p. 267-411, table 
de nuUUres, p. 412-429. The plates are 
numbered from 107 to 140. 

The 14 leaves, doubles midmUet^ which 
belong to p. 372-411, are the same which 
are found separately, each as a tail-piece, 
at the end of the 14 chapters of the 4th 
part, and they are only brought together 
here, in order to place them with their 
explanations. 

In the first impressions plates 87 and 88 
of vol. 3 are marked 15 and 24 bit. Nea^ 
pel ti. Sieilien (von J. H. Keoi). Gothoy 



SAI 



1683 



Ei^ngery 1789-1805. 8^ with plates, 10 
parts (17 d. 20 gr.), is a German abridg- 
ment. 

19864 — Recueil de griffonis de vues, 
paysages, fragments antiques et su- 
jets historiques, graves k I'eau forte 
et au lavis, au nombre de 296 
planches en 158 pieces. Large fol. 

An indifferent collection and little sought 
after. 

19865 SAINT-PIERRE, Jac. Ber- 
nardin H. de. CEuvres completes, 
mises en ordre et pr^c^dees de la 
vie de Fauteur, par L. Aime Martin. 
Par., Mequignon-Marvis, 1818-20. 
8^ 12 vols, with plates (84 fr., on 
vellum paper 168 fr.). 

The paper and plates of this edition are 
not particukrly good. Also some copies 
on large vellum paper with triple plates 
(in ouUine, plain, and illuminated), 500 fr. 
A new edition in 18 vols. 18°. has since 
then appeared. 

19866 — Etudes de la nature. Par., 
Deter ville, an 12 (1804). 8°. 5 vols, 
with plates (30 fr., on vellum paper 
60 fr.). 

There is a bad Swiss reprint of this edi- 
tion in 5 vols. 8^ Par.y Didol, 1784. 12". 
5 vols, with plates (18 fr.), is also fine 
and sought after. In German by J. M. 
Tschoppe, GUrlitXy 1795-96. 8°. 2 vols. 
In English by Hunter, £Amd, 1809. 8*". 
4 vols. (2I. 28.) 

19867 — harmonies de la nature, 
ouvrage posthume, public par L. 
Aime Martin. Par. 1815. 8°. 3 

vols. 

Also 4 vols, in 12**. In English by W. 
Meeston, LoruL 1815. 8^ 3 vols. (il. 16s.) 

19868 — Paul et Virginie. Par., 
impr. de Monsieur, 1789. i8^ On 

vellum paper with plates. 

Neat and becoming scarce. There are 5 
copies on vellum, one of them with 5 co- 
loured plates. 

19869 — Paul et Virginie, Edition 
augm. d'un nouveau preambule. 
Par., Didot ain^, 1806. large 4°. 
on vellum paper with 7 plates. 

The subscription price was 72 fr., with 
plates avant la lettre 1 20 fr., with coloured 
plates 240 fr., in fol. 1 20 fr., in fol. with 
plates ava^U la lettre 168 fr., in fol with 
illuminated plates 288 fr. There is a copy 
on vellum with the original designs, 

5O3 



1634 



SAI 



19870 — Paul et Virginie. Par. 1816. 
1 8°. Also on vellum paper. 

In this edition a part of the introduction, 
which certainly is not particalarly good, is 
omitted. — In Gennan by A.H.Ottok. Rei- 
uhard, Riga, 1789. 8°. (10 g^.) In £nglish 
Land., StUtaby, 1810. 18^. with plates. 

19871 — la chaumi^re Indienne. 
Par., Didot, 1791. 18°. On vellum 
paper with plates. 

Also ib.y id., 1 808. 1 8**. On vellum paper 
(5 fr.). 

19872 — la capanna Indiana, trad, da 

Ant. Bruner. Par., Honnert, 1 796. 

18°. 

There are 6 copies of this translation on 
vellum (one 40 fr. McCarthy). 

19873 — I'Arcadie. Par., an II 

(1794). 18°. 

There are 2 copies of this idition covdrC' 
fmie on vellum. — The three latter worics 
are also found in the Etudes de la nature. 

SAINT-PREST, see Dumont. 

19874 SAINT-REAL, C^sar Vi- 
chard de. CEuvres. Nouv. 6dit. 
revue, corrig^ et augment^e d'un 
volume. Amst., Honor^, 1 740. 1 2°. 
6 vols, with plates. 

The finest edition and the most sought 
after. Previously (by Prosper Marchand), 
Haye, VaiUanl, 1722. 12^ 5 vols, and wiUi 
augmentations and abbreviations by the 
same, Haye, Rogiuari, 1 726. 1 2°. 4 vols. 

19875 — OBUvres (par P^rau). Par., 
Nyon, 1740. 4°. 3 vols. Also on 
large paper. 

Also Par. 1757. 12". 8 vols. 

19876 — oeuvres choisies, pr6ced^es 
d'une notice sur sa vie (par Charl. 
Malo). Par., Janet, 18 19. 8°. (6 
fr., on vellum paper 1 1 fr.) 

19877 — la conjuration des Espagnols 
contre la repub. de Venise. La 
conjuration des Gracques. Dijon, 
Causse, an 3 (1795). smaU fol. On 
vellum paper. 

Only 65 copies of this edition were struck 
off, 4 of which were on better paper: 5 
copies on vellum besides. 

19878 — les memes ouvrages. Par., 
Keuouard, 1803. i8^ 

Of this edition there is i copy on vellum 
in 12°., and 2 on rose coloureid paper, one 
in I2^ and the other in \W*. 



SAI 

19879 — Dom Carlos, nouvelle his- 
torique. Par, Didot, 1781. 18°. 

A copy on veUum in the Royal library 
at Paris. 

SAINT-SAUVEUR, see Grasset. 

19880 SAINT-SIMON. L. de. CEu- 
vres completes (publiees par Soula- 
vie). Strb., Treuttel, 1791. 8°. 13 
vols. (24 fr., on fine paper 39 fr., 
and on large vellum paper 78 fr.) 

Badly printed, but far more complete 
than Par. 1 78^-89. 8". 7 vok. 

19881 — m ^moires du due de S. Si- 
mon. Nouv. ^dit. mise dans un 
meilleur ordre et augm. de notes, 
par F. Laurent. Par., Egron, 1818. 
8°. 6 vols. (36 fr., on vellum paper 
72 fr.) 

2 copies on lai^ vellum paper. Better 
printed and arranged than the preceding, 
but all the documents of that edition are 
not printed again. The notes also are su- 
perficial. 

SAINT-SORLIN, see Dbsmarbts. 
SAINT.VICTOR, see Bouillon 

and Tableau histor. et pittor. de 

Paris. 
SAINT- VINCENT, see Bory. 

19882 SAINTE CROIX, Guill. 
Emman. Jos. Guilhem de Clermont- 
Lodeve, de. De Tetat et du sort 
des colonies des anciens peuples. 
Philadelphie {Par.), 1779. 8°. 

19883 — (anon.) memoires pour ser- 
vir a Thist. de la religion secrete 
des anciens peuples. Par., Njon, 
1784. 8^ 

Villoison, to whom the superintendence 
of the printing was committed, added much 
of his own, and amongst other things the 
treatise De trijdid theohgia myeteriisgue 
veierum, at which the auUior testified his 
displeasure in the Journal des savans (i 785 
April). Consult Chardon Milanges, III. 
44* In German by C. Ohld. Lenz, Gotha, 
1790. 8*. (i d.) 

19884 — Recherches historiques et 
critiques sur les my stores du pa- 
ganisme. Ed. II. revue et corrig^ 
par Silvestre de Sacy. Par., De- 
bure, 1 81 7. 8^ 2 vols, with 2 plates 
(15 fr., on vellum paper 30 fr.). 

The editor has considerably enlai^^ this 
edition, partly from the numerous MS. 
additions of the author, and partly with 
his own otiservations. 



SAI 

19885 — des anciens gouvernemens 
f^eratifs et de la X^slation de 
Crete. Par. 1799. 8^ (5 fr.) 

19886 — examen critique des anciens 
historiens d' Alexandre le Grand. 
£d. II. oonsiderablement augnien. 
t^. Par.^ Delance et Lesueur, 
1 804. 4°. New title^ Par., Bache- 
lier, 1 810. 4^ with maps (30 fr.« 
on vellum paper 50 fr.). 

The iiiiip« were only added subsequently. 
The first edition, Pat, 1 775. 4**. is far more 
incomplete. In English, with notes and 
observations by Rch. Clayton. LondL 1 793. 
4°. with a map — See also Ezouryedam. 

SAINTE MARIE, see Sancta 
Maria. 

SAINTE Marthe, see Sammar. 

THANU8. 

19887 SAINTE -PALA YE, J. Bt. 
de la Cume de. Memoires sur 
I'ancienne chevalerie, consider^e 
comme un ^tabli&sement politique 
et militaire. Par., Duchesne, 1 759- 
81 or Par. 1781. 12°. 3 volL 

In Oennan, Da* RUtentesen des MiU 
telailert. Am dem Franx. mii Anmerkk.y 
Ziu'dtMen u. Vorr, von J. L. Kluber, Nrb, 
1786.^. 8°. 3 voll. (4 d. 4 gr.) 

19888 — (anon.) projet d'un glos- 

saire fran9ois. Par. 1756. 4^ 32 

pages. 

The author transferred the condensation 
of his collections for this glossary, consist- 
ing of 40 folios, the labour of 50 years, to 
G. J. Monchet. The work was to have 
appeared under the title, Glotsaire de Pan- 
cienne langue franfoue, depuis son origme 
jtuqu'au t^cle de Louis XIV^ in 10 or 12 
folios, of which however only 1470 columns 
of the I St part (as far as asseureU) have 
been printed. This fragment, some copies 
of which have escaped destruction, makes 
it greatly to be regretted that the plan was 
not executed. 

SAINTRE, see Jban. 
SAKONTALA, see Kalibas. 

19889 SAL A di Malagigi (roman zo 
in ottava rima). Without place or 

date {Bol.y Azxoguidi, about 1471)* 

40 

Very scarce. It begins, Splendor supemo 
di somo fatore. It ends, 

Cossi e compiuta questa lixadra storia 
Di mai vi ffuardi laUo re di ffloritu 



SAL 



16S5 



19890 Without place or date 

(15th century). 4^ 

This edition is later. The last two verses 
here run, 

Di mai vi guardi lallo re di gloria 
Al vostro honors Jinita e questa sioria, 

19891 — la Sala di Malagigi. With- 
out place or date. (Fir. about 
1566). 4^ 

6 leaves in ) columns with s^ lines and 
the signature A. In leaf i ■ is the above 
title in Gothic letter, underneath a wood- 
ait, and underneath this the poem com- 
mences, Splendor supemo e sommo faUore. 
The poem here contains 93 stanzas, and 
leaf 6a column 2 ends with tlie verses, 
da mai oi guardi lalto re di gloria 
al uostro honor finiia e qsta historia. 
This edition is at WolftinbUttel. 

19892 SALA, N. Regole del con- 
trapunto pratioo. Napoli, 1794. 
fol, 

A highly esteemed work, ahd made use 
of in Alex. Choron Principes de composition 
de Pecole (Tltatiey formis de la rhinkm des 
modules de Sala, Martini et autres. Par. 
1809. fol. 3 vols. (00 fr., on vellum naper 
1.33 ^r., on large veUum paper 180 fr.) 

SALADE, see Sale. 

19893 SALAMESCH ben Con- 
dogdi, arab. Romse, 1584. 4°. 
(not 8^.) 

106 leaves or a 13 pages. On the lower 
part of the title leaf there is in Arabic, 
Rome, printed by Robert Granione of Paris 
1584. At the end of the book is, Romss, 
ex tgpographia Dominiei Bassm^ 1585. But 
in the Florence copy this colophon is smear- 
ed over with ink. Only two copies are 
known, one in the Laurendan library, and 
the other in the Nani library at Venice. 
Consult Sehnurrer Bibl, Arab. No. 189, and 
Silv. de S<ieg in Milhn Magas. eneyol, 
1814. I. 191. 

19894 SALAS Barbadillo, Alonso 
Geron. de. Rimas Castellanas. 
Madr. 1616. 8°. 

19895 — coronas del Parnaso y Plato 
de las musas. Madr. 1635. ^°* 

19896 SALAS Barbadillo, Geron de. 
£1 caballero puntual. Madr. 1614. 

19897 — Petrona de Madrid resti- 
tuida, poema heroico. Madr. 1 750. 
8^ 

19898 SALAS, Jos. Ant. Gonzalez 
de. Nueva idea de la tragedia an- 
tieua o ilustracion ultima al libro 

V04 



1686 



SAL 



de poetica de Aristoteles. P. I. II. 
Madr., Sancha, 1778. 8^ (18 rs.) 

19899 SALAZAR y Torres, Agst. 
de. Cythara de Apolo. T. I. Va- 
rias poesias divinas y humanas. 
T. II. Loas y comedias. Saca a 
luz J. de Vera Tasis y Villaroel. 
Madr. 1694. 4''. 

19900 SALAZAR, Ambr. de. Las 
davellinas de recreation. Les 
CBuillets de recreation. Brusselles, 
Pepermans, 1625. 12°. 

19901 SALAZAR, Ant. Martinez. 
Coleccion de memorias y noticias 
del gobiemo general y politico del 
oonsejo. Madr. 1764. fol. 

A very Bcaroe work, sold in Spain for ao 
piastres. 

19902 SALAZAR, Fr. Cervantes de. 
Obras, que Fr. Cervantes de Salazar 
ha hecho, glosado y traducido. 
Madr., Sancha, 1772. 4°. (14 rs.) 

19903 SALAZAR, J. Bt. Suarez de. 
Grandezas y antiguedades de la isla 
y ciudad de Cadiz. Cadiz, Clem. 
Hidalgo, 1 610. 4^ with woodcuts. 

19904 SALAZAR, J. Jos. Poesias 
varias en todo genero de assumptos 
y metros. Madr. (1731). 4°. 

SALAZAR, Lobon de, see Isla. 

19905 SALAZAR y Castro, L. de. 
Catalogo historial-genealogico de 
la casa y villa de Fernan Nunez. 
Madr., Bedmar, 1682. fol. 

19906 — historia genealogica de la 
casa de Silva, justificada con instru- 
mentos. Madr., Alvarez, 1685. fol. 
2 voll. 

Very carefully done and to be depended 
upon. 

19907 — advertencias historicas sobre 
las obras de algunos doctos escri- 
tores modemos. Madr. 1688. 4°. 

19908 — historia genealogica de la 
casa de Lara. Madr. 1696. fol. 
4 voll. 

19909 — glorias de la casa de Far- 
nese. Madr. 1716. fol. 

19910 SALAZAR, Pedro de. Cro- 
nica de el gran cardenal de EsparLa, 
Pt. Gonzalez de Mendoza. Toledo, 
Ortiz, 1625. fol. 



SAL 

19911 — ooronica de la provincia de 
Castilla de la orden de S. Francisco. 
Madr., impr. real, 161 2. fol. 

SALDEN, see Hermannub de 

Schilditz. 

19912 SALE, Ant. de la. La Salade, 
laquelle fait mention de tous les 
pays du monde, du pays de la belle 
Sybille etc. Par., Mch. le Noir, 
1 52 1, small fol. Gothic letter with 
woodcuts. 

19913 Par., Ph. le Noir, 1527. 

small fol. Gothic letter with wood- 
cuts. 

60 numbered leaves and 2 leaves, tables 
in two oolunuis with the signatures tu-Jcy 
besides 2 large woodcuts, viz. between leaves 
15 and 16 (le mont de la SibUle), and be- 
tween 27 and 28 (the terrestrial g^obe). 
Respecting the very various contents of this 
work, written in the time of Louis XI, 
and only in some degree sought after when 
in very good condition, see Melanges Hr. 
cTune gr. bibL V. 48 sq. — Concerning a 
work of the same author's written in 1461 
and not printed, under the title of La Sale, 
see Notices et Extrails, V. 392. The ro- 
mance of Jehan de Saintr^ is also attri- 
buted to him (see Jehav). 

19914 SALEL, Hugues. GBuvres. 
Par., Roffet, 1539. 8^ 

Also, Liftm, Rigaady 1573. 16°. His Dia- 
logue non mains uHle que delectable etc. 
without place or date (Lyon, 1538). 8**. is 
not to he found therein. See also Homerus, 
No. 10060, and Maonv. 

SALEMON, see Salomon. 

SALERNE, see Schola. 

19915 SALERNO, N. Novelle. 
Nap. 1760. 4°. 

19916 SALES, Fr. de. GBuvres 
completes, publi^es d'apr^ les edi- 
tions les plus correctes. Par. 1821. 
8^ 13 voll. (78 fr.) 

19917 SALIANUS, Jac. Annales 
ecclesiastici vet. testament] . Par., 
Cramoisy, 1635. ^^^' ^ ^o^^- 

19918 SALICETO, Gu. de. De 
salute corporis. Cardinalis de Tur- 
recremata de salute animae. Pii II. 
contra luxuriosos et lascivos ad ka- 
rolum cjrpriacum tractatus de amore. 
Meonii Homeri greci poetarum 
maximi opus insigue cui Iliada ti- 
tulus inscribitur e greco in latinum 



SAL 

▼ersa. Without place or date. fol. 
Gothic letter. 

2$ leaves with 35 lines, without signa* 
tures, catchwords, and pagination. Leaf 
I* begins with this superscription, In plhti 
eodice cdfUnetur duo singttlaret et puHle9 
iracUUut etc. The work of Salioeto ends 
in leaf 7^, that of Turrecremata in ii*, 
that of Pius in 13*. In leaf 14* begins 
PU MoumU potyicU maximi pro laude ho- 
meri prefaHoy with the piece belonging 
thereto^ whidi does not contain a transla- 
tion of the Iliad, but extracts from it in 
the form of a dialogue, and it ends in leaf 
as*. The last piece (that is from leaf 14 
to 33) belongs to the same printing, but 
was met with by itself at M*Carthy*8 sale 
(134 fr.). The printing certainly bdongs to 
one of the oldest north Dutch printing esta- 
blishments, and may be set down between 
1467 and 1470. The types are entirely 
the same as those of the Doetrinalef which 
18 attributed to Coster. It is evident, there- 
fore, that this piece is a valuable document 
for the history of the oldest Dutch typo- 
graphy, and Renouard has actually made 
use of it, with much acuteness, to dispute 
the history of Coster^s discovery. To me it 
appears not adapted to such a oounter-proof, 
but on the contrary as evidencing in &vour 
of the Dutch discovery. Consult Renouard 
CataL II. 153-158. Hermety B. 22. JTo- 
rUnff Verhcmdeling^ p. 166. Koning By- 
dragenj II. 143. Dibdm jEd. AUhorp. II. 
^5^> IS quite superficial. 

19919^ — summa conservationis et 
ciirationis. Placentise, without the 
printer's name, 1475. fol. 

19919b — cyrurgia. Placentise, with- 
out the printer's name, 25 Maji 
1476. fol. 

19920 — la ciroxia vulgarmente fatta. 
Ven., Ph. di Piero, i Mart. 1 474. fol. 

19921 — la cyrurgie de maistre Guil- 
laume de Salicet dit de Placentia, 
trad, du latin par N. Prevost. 
Lyon, Mthi. Huss^ 20 Nov. 1492. 
4?. Gothic letter. 

19922 SALIGNAC, Bertrand de. 
Le si^e de Metz en 1552. Par., 
Charl. Estienne, 1552. 4°. 

A copy on vellum, 54 fr. Davoust, 73 fr. 
Valliere, 240 fr. McCarthy. 

19923 SALIGNACO, Bm. a. Iti- 
nerarium terree sanctte. Lugd., 
Gilb. de Villiers, 1525. 8°. Gothic 
letter with woodcuts. 

Also with Broeardi Deicriptio ierrm 
sandr, Magdeb, 1587. 4^ 



SAL 



16S7 



19924 SALINA, Fr. De niusica li- 

bri VII. Salmanticffi. 1577. fol. 

AlsO) %b. 1593. fol. Scarce and excellent, 
see Forkei Liti. der Mtrnk, p- 379. 

19925 SALIS, J. Gaudenz von. Ge- 
dichte. 4 Ausg. Ziir., Orell, 1 800. 
8°. (12 gr., on writing paper 1 d.) 

SALISBERIENSIS, see Joannks. 
SALISBURY, eveque de Chartres, 
see the same article in the note. 

19926 SALISBURY, W. Hortus 
siccus gramineus, or a collection of 
dried specimens of British grasses, 
with botanical iUustrations. Lond. 
1812. fol. (3I. 3s.) 

SALLE, see Salb. 
SALLENGRE, see Gronovius, 
No. 8957. 

19927 SALLENTIN (de rOise). 
L'improvisateur fran^ois. Par. 1 805. 
l2^ 21 voU. 

SALLES, see Delisle. 

19928 SALLUSTIUS philosophus. 
De diis et mundo, Leo AlLatius 
nunc primus e tenebris eruit et la- 
tine vertit. Romie, IMascardus, 
J638. 12°. 

The first edition and scarce, with it the 
Demophilus of 1638 is usually found (see 
above, No. 5933). 

19929 — de diis et mundo. Leo 
AUatius nunc primus e tenebris 
eruit et lat. vertit. Juxta exemplar 
Romse impressum. LB., J. Maire, 
1639. 12°. 

Only a reprint of the preceding edition, 
and is more easy to he met with. With 
this also is usually found, Demophili etc 
9ententup. LB. 1639. '^°* 

19930 — de diis et mundo. Leo 

Allatius nunc primus e tenebris 

eruit, et latine vertit. Juxta ex. 

emplar Romse impressum. Can. 

tabr., ex offic. J. Hayes, impensis 

J. Creed, 1670. 8°. 46 pages. 

Only an impression of the preceding, yet 
with toe addition of notes by Th. Oue (p. 
4iW6)* ^*> scarce edition is in the 
Council library of Leipzic, and is repeated 
word for woitL in Gale Oputcc. mythoL 
Cbr. 1671. 8°. or AnuL 1688. 8^ 

19931 — traite des dieux et du monde 
traduit du grec, avec (le texte grec 
et) des reflexions philos.et critiques 



1638 



SAL 



(par J. H. Sm. Formey). Berl. 
1 748. 8^ 

19932 — libellus de diis et mundo, 
gr. et lat. Emendatius edidit, Luc. 
Holstenii et Tli. Galei annotatio- 
nibus integris, Formeji autem se- 
lectis aliorumque et suis nee non 
locis e scriptis Platonicorum ex- 
cerptis illustravit J. Cr. Orellius. 
Turici, Orellius, 1821. 8°. (i d. 

8gr.) 

The text is corrected here and there from 
conjecture, and AUaod^s translation is 
amended. 

19933 — von den Gottern u. der 
Welt, deutwh ubs. Ff. 1762. 8^. 
(6 gr.) — Buch von den Gottern 
u. der Welt, aus deni Griech. ubs. 
von J. G. Schulthess. Ziir., Orell, 
1779. 8°. (2 gr.) 

An earlier translation by J. Ch. Arnold 
in the MagoMin der Natur, Kunst und 
WisiemchafL Th. I. LpM. 1753. 8*". p. 

19934 — Sallust on the gods and the 
world, and the Pythagoric sen- 
tences of Demophilus, translated 
from the Greek, and five hymns 
by Proclus, in the original Greeks 
with a poetical version. To which 
are added five hymns by the trans- 
lator (Th. Taylor). Lond., Jeffrey, 
1793. 8^ (4s.) 

Concerning an attempt at an Italian 
translation, see PaiUmiy IV. 13. Campo- 
manes had prepared a Spanish translation 
in MS., and intended to have published it 
with the original, see Sempere BibL Espah. 
II. 46. — In gtuedatn dicta SatttutH pf^lo- 
8optd specie repugnantia declamatoria ani- 
nuuivertio, in Payn, Gaudentii acadetnicum 
inaUtr. Flor, 1639. 4*** ^^* '^- 

19935 SALLUSTIUS, Caj. Crispus. 
De bello Catilinario et de bello 
Jugurthino. (Fen ), Vindelinus de 
Spira, 1470. large 4^ 

According to Dibdin 70 leaves, according 
to Bninet (probably including a blank leaf) 
71 with 30 lines, without sigimtures, catch- 
words, and pagination. Leaf i»- begins 
without further superscription with the 
Catalina and the ist line is, (O)MNIS 
HOMIN£S. Juguriha begins in leaf 24% 
and Uie ist line is, (F)AL80. QVERI. 
TUR. The work ends in leaf 70a with 
the date, EXPLICIT. M.G.C.C.G.L.X.X. 



SAL 

and 6 verses, Qui eupie ignoium lugurAa 
noeoere letum eta, in which the printer is 
named, and it is at the same time stated, 
that only 400 copies of this edition were 
struck off. Ijeaf yo^ is blank. This edi- 
tion is usually considered as the first, with- 
out, however, its being decided wiUi any 
certainty whether this priority would most 
correctly be assigned to this or to the fol- 
lowing edition. Cortius has made use of 
it. According to Dibdin*s Bibliomanuty 
p. 424, and Beloe*s Anecdotes, IV. 67. there 
is a copy of it on vellum in the library at 
Blenheim. 

19936 — de oonjuratione Catilinse et 
de bello Jugurthino. Without 

place or printer's name, 1470. large 

40 

55 leaves with 34 lines, without signa- 
tures, catchwords, and pagination. Leaf i* 
line I is, C. SALVSTII CRISPI D£ 
CONIVRA. The CatUina ends in leaf 
r9a with the word FINIS. Jugurtha 
begins in leaf 10a without any superscrip- 
tion, and the ist line is, (F)ALSO 
QVERITVR DE NATUra. The work 
ends in leaf 55b with the subscription in 
2 lines, .LAVS. DEO. M. CCCC. LXX. 
This edition has also sometimes been attri- 
buted to Vindelinus de Spira, it is however 
more probable that it belongs to a Roman 
press. The Bipontine editors erroneously 
attributed the superintendence of it to 
Pomponius Laetus. According to Haver- 
camp, who made use of it, it is printed 
from a very good MS. 

19937 — in Catilinam et in Jugur- 
tham. Without place or date 
{Roma, Adam Rot), fol. 

58 leaves with 34 lines, without signa- 
tures, catchwords, and pagination. LetUf la 
b<^ns with the CatUina without any su- 
perscription, and the ist line is, (0)Mnis 
homines qui student sese prestare. The 
Cadlina ends in leaf 20a with the sub- 
scription, In oatelinam (sic) salustius finii. 
Jugurtha b^ins in leaf 21*, and ends in 
leaf 58* : 
In lugurtham Salustitu Finit Feliciler : 

A ,: . R, : , 
Maittaire's reference €fl these letters to 
Adam Rot is censured as absurd by Dib- 
din, Bibl, Spene. II. 331, and the exist- 
ence of this printer is without hesitation 
denied. His contradiction he has recalled 
in the Decameron, II. 331 n., but has still 
to make up for his want of acuteness, as 
well as much besides. 

19938 — de bello Catilinario et de 
bello Jugurthino. Sallustii vita. 
£ju8dem in Cioeronem inuectiua. 



SAL 

Ciceronis in Sallustium responsio 
seu iiiuectiua. (Fen.), Vindelinus 
de Spira^ H7'* ^^^' 

69 leaves, without signatures, catch- 
wonls, and pagination. Leaf la begins 
with the CaHlina without any superscrip- 
tion, and the ist line is, (OJmnis ho- 
MiVES. The CatUina ends in leaf 2\^ 
with TcAoo'. At the end of the JugurthtL, 
leaf 43^ is. Explicit, m. ccx^c. lxxi., 
and then 6 verses, Qut eupia ignoium Ju^ 
gwrlhe noscere letum etc. Next follows 
Sallust*s life and the two invectives on 6 
leaves, at the end of which there is again 
jfOCCCLXxi. This is the and edition of 
Vindelinus, ooQsiderably corrected, and 
probably from a different MS. It is very 
acaive, and, Uke the ist edition, consisted 
only o{ 400 copies. 

19939 — de Lucii Catilinse conjura- 
tione liber. De bello lagurthae 
contra populum Romanum liber. 
Without place or date (Par,, Ge~ 
ring, Crantz et Friburger, about 
1471). 4°. 

105 leaves with 33 lines, without signa- 
tures, catchwords, and pagination. Leaf 
I* hue I is. Cost Crispi Saltuiiiy nobilmimi 
ciuit (in other copies, in which this ist 
leaf is reprinted on account of some typo- 
graphical errors, the ist line runs thus, 
CaU Crupi SalusiU, de Ludi). The Co/t- 
Rna ends in leaf 35*. The following or 
36th leaf is blank. Jugwiha begins in 
leaf 37*, and the ist line is, Can Crispi 
SaluiiHy de bello lu. The distich. Qui 
cupis igtuiuM etc (as in the above editions) 
and 8 Latin verses, Nunc parol arma vi- 
roeque etc (which refer to the war of 
Louis XI witk Charles duke of Buigundy, 
at that time going on) concludes the work 
in leaf 105b. Ou. Fidietus was the editor. 
There are 3 copies on vellum, one in the 
Royal library at Paris (formerly belonging 
to the Sorbonne), and the other in the 
Bodleian. 

19940 — De Lucii Catilinae conjura- 

tione liber. De bello Jugurths 

contra populum Romanum liber. 

Sallustii invectiva in Tullium. Ci- 

ceronis invectiva in Sallustium et 

quarta invectiva in Catilinam. 

Without place or date (Par,, Ca- 

saris et Slot, about 1473). 4''. 

101 leaves with 24 lines, without signa- 
tures, catchwords, and pagination. The 
CaHlina begins in leaf i* with a super- 
scription in 3 lines, the ist of which is, 
CaH Crispi SakuHiy de LueiL It ends in 
leaf 3ii» with FinU felieitery and 8 verses, 



SAL 



16S9 



Se quitquam eupiat etc Jugurlha begins 
in leaf 33", and the ist line is, Cait Critpi 
SaltuHi ! de bello Ju. It ends in leaf 93b 
with 8 verses, the last of which is, Hoe 
prope divina perpoHi arte Hbroe, The 3 
invectives follow in leaf 93 a, and the ist 
line is, Coti Critpi SaltuHi iru M, The 
book ends in leaf loib with Jnuec^uamm 
Finie. 

19941 — libri de beUo Catilinario et 
Jugurthino. Salustii et Ciceronis 
invectivie mutuse et Ciceronis quar- 
ta invectiva in Catilinam. Without 
place or date (Par,, Pt, Casaris, 

about 1474). 4°. 

With 36 lines, without signatures, catch- 
words, and pagination. This well-printed 
and very scarce edition begins with the 
prologue of the CaHHna, The last 31 
leaves contain the invectives with the fol- 
lowing colophon in 3 lines, Et in hoc Jini- 
tur quarta invecHva Marci \ TuUii dee- 
ronis in Luciu Catilinam, 

19942 — de conjuratione Catilinae 

liber. De bello Jugurthino liber. 

Without place or date (Arg., Ml, 

FUtch, about i474)< fol. Gothic 

letter. 

60 leaves, with 34 lines in a full page, 
without signatures, catchwords, and pagi- 
nation. Leaf I a line i is, Caij Critpi 
SalutHJy de LucU CaHH, The CaHHna 
ends in leaf 3o^. Jugurtha begins in leaf 
3 1 >t^ and ends in 60b with the distich de 
morte Jugurthr, The types are the same 
as those in the Persius, No. 16331 above. 
(Wolfenbiittel.) 

19943 — de Catilinae conjuratione et 
de bello Jugurthino. Medio!., Ant. 
Zarotus, 4 Aug. 1474. fol. 

19944 — opera quam optime emen- 
data. Yen., imp. J. de Coloniee nee 
non J. Manthen^ 23 Mart. 1474. 
small fol. 

75 leaves with 32 lines, and catchwords, 
but without signatures. Leaf la line 1 is, 
oMnis homines Qui. The CaHlina ends 
in leaf 3ib with the word reXocr. The 
Juffurtha b^ns in leaf 32a without any 
superscription, and ends in leaf 63b with 
FINIS, and a colophon of 5 lines. The 
life of Sallust and the usual invectives 
foUow in leaves 64-75. "^^i* edition is 
scarce. 

19945 — Catilinarius et de bello Ju- 
gurthino. Brixiffi, Eustacius Gal- 

lus, 26 Aug. 1475- ^*^^- 

53 (not 108) leaves with 35 lines, with- 
out signatures, catchwords, and pagination. 



1640 



SAL 



The CaHiina begins in leaf ib, and ends in 
1 8b. The Juguitha begins in leaf 19% 
and ends in 53ft. Leaf 53b is the colophon. 
This is one of the rarest editions of Sal- 
lust. 

19946 — ' opera quam optime emen- 

data. Valentiae, {Alonsus Fernan* 

dez de Cordova el Lamhertus PuL 

mart), 13 Jul. 1475. 4"*- 

It begins with the CatUina without any 
superscription; the t/u^ur^Aa follows. After 
the colophon are to be found Sallust*B life, 
and his in^ective^ with those of Cicero 
and Catiline. There is a copy of this ex- 
tremely rare edition at Blenheim. 

19947 — opera. M ediol.. Ph. Lava- 
nius^ 5 cal. Dec. 1476. fol. 

19948 — opera quam optime emen- 
data. Medio!., Jac. Martianus, 22 
cal. Dec. 1477. fol. 

19949 — de Catilinse conjuratione et 
bello Jugurthino. Invectivse Ci- 
ceronis in Catilinam. Par., U. 
Oering, without date (about 1477). 

4°. 

This edition, which is little sought after, 
has indeed also the verses at the end, as in 
No. I9939» N^une parat arma, etc. it is 
however of later date, and is distinguished 
by having signatures and Cicero's invec- 
tives, which are wanting in the earlier edi- 
tion. The colophon stands before the in> 
▼ectives. 

19950 — ' eadem opera. Par., Oering, 
without date, small 4°. 

With signatures (as far as O5). The 
last page has 15 lines. Of little vadue. 

19951 — historia de conjuratione 

Catilinse et de bello Jugurthino. 

Sallustii et Ciceronis invectives. 

(Ven,)y Ph. Petrus, 22 Jun. 1478. 

fol. 

51 leaves (the ist blank) with 36 lines, 
and the signatures a-g. Very incorrectly 
printed. 

19952 — de conjuratione Catilinse et 
de Jugurthino bello. Florentise, 
apud S. Jacobum de Ripoli, 1478. 

4 • 
With the signatures a-/, and 35 lines. 

19953 — bellum Catilinarium et Ju- 
gurthinum. Mediol.» Ant. Zarotus, 
3 Nov. 1478. fol. 

19954 — bellum Catilinarium et Ju- 
gurthinum. Ciceronis quatuor Ca- 
tilinariie et Sallustii oratio in Tul- 



SAL 

lium. Par., in vioo S. Jacobi in 
intersignio follis viridis, 1479. 4^* 

19955 — de conjuratione Catilinie et 
de bello Jugurthino. Sallustii vita 
et in Ciceronem invectiva. Cice- 
ronis in Sallustium responsio. Ven., 
Bt.de Tortis, 23 Dec. 1481. fol. 

19956 — bellum Catilinarium et 
Jugurthinum. Mediol., Pachel et 
Scinzenzeller, 9 cal. Febr. 1482. 
fol. 

19957 — bellum Catilinarium et Ju- 
gurthinum. Sallustii vita et in 
Ciceronem invectiva. Ciceronis in 
Sallustium responsio. Rornae, {Eu- 
char, Silber)t 17 Apr. 1482. 4°. 

19958 — historia de conjuratione 
Catilinie et de bello Jugurthino. 
Sallustii vita et in Cic. invectiva. 
Ciceronis in Sallustium responsio. 
Ven., Bernard in. Benalius, 24 Apr. 
1485. fol. 

45 leaves with signatures. 

19959 — liber de conjuratione Cati- 
lina;. Declamatio contra eundem. 
De bello Jugurthino liber. Ora- 
tiones et epistolse (ex emendatione 
Pomponii Laeti). Romse, Euchar. 
Silber, 3 non. Apr. 1490. 4°. Go- 
thic letter. 

The alterations of Lntus, pretendedly 
M fide veiuttaHsy are too arbitrary, and 
often unhappy. 

19960 — historiae ex recensione 

Pomp. Laeti cum comment. Lau- 

rentii Vallensis in conjurationem 

Catilinse. Ven., Ph. Pincius, XI. 

Maji 1 49 1, fol. 

With the same commentarv. Fen., 
Thdr. de Raffaaonilnu, 1492. fol. ib., N. 
de Ferrar.y 1493. fol. 

19961 — Pomponii (Laeti) epistola 
ad Agst. Maphseum. Salustii bel- 
lum catilinarium cum commento 
Lr. Vallensis. Portii latronis de. 
clamatio contra Catilinam. Sa- 
lustii bellum iugurtinum. Salustii 
variae orationes. Salustii vita. Ven., 
J. de Cereto de Tridino, 5 Aug. 
1493. fol. 

46 leaves with the signatures o-A. The 
recension of Pomp. Laetus. Also (with 
the same title), VeiLy Bemardin, Bena- 



SAL 

/ttw, without date. foL 46 leaves, with the 
signaturei a-g, 

19962 — Pomponii epistola ad Agst. 
Mapheum. Salustii bellum Catili- 
nanum cum commento Lr. Val- 
lensis et Omnib. Leoniceni. Portii 
Latronis declamatio contra Catili- 
nam. Sallustii bellum iugurthinum 
cum commentariis J. Chrysost. Soldi. 
Sallustii varife rationes (jtc). Sal- 
lustii vita. Brix., J. Britannicus, 

without date. fol. 

Abo, Bruf.j Ang. et Jac. BrUamnicfUy 
1495. foL which is very incorrect. Fisn., 
J. Tacuinus de TridinOy 10 Jul. 1502. fol. 
Ill numbered leaves, and i leaf errata. 
Also often. 

19963 — Hie erit ut perhibent doc- 

torum corda virorum, primus Ro. 

mana Crispus in historia. (Sallustii 

opera). Flor., Ph. Junta, 6 cal. 

Febr. 1503. 8". 

8 leaves, with the signatures aJt. With 
a preface by Benedictus Philologus. (Wol- 
fenbUttel.) 

19964 — Salustius. Without place 

(Lugd,), s Nov. 1504. 8°. 

This extremely incorrect edition, which 
has been sometimes taken for an Aldine, 
has the signatures o-p, and is without any 
numbering of the leaves. On the reverse 
of the title is a preface, superscribed : Ha/- 
thatar Fidelis Jtu U. D, et ModoenaieneU 
ecdeeie archipretbiter ad leetorem, 

19965 — Salustius ( edente Th. 

Murcbio Genuensi). Without place 

or date (Lustd. 1504). 8^. 

This somewhat more correct reprint of 
the preceding edition has a preface dated 

19966 — opera Salustiana. In Ca. 
Crispi Salustii opera Ascesii fami- 
liaris interpretatio. Par., J. Bar- 
bier pro J. Parvo, id. Sept. 1508. 
4®. Gothic letter. 

6 leaves of preliminary matter, and 200 
numbered leaves (WolfenbUttel). Also, 
Luffd., CI. Davott, $ id. Jun. 1 509. large 
4**. Gothic letter, 6 leaves of preliminary 
matter, and 154 numbered leaves (Wol- 
fenbUttel}. Lf^d., Jac. Maretchal, 17 Oct, 
151 1, laiqge 4^ Oothic letter. Ven., Bm. 
de Zannie, 3 Febr. 15 13. foL LugiL, J. 
de Platea, 15 Nov. 1514. large 4*. 6 leaves 
of preliminary matter, and 144 numbered 
leaves. (Wdfenbttttel). 

19967 — de conjnratione Catilinae. 
Ejusdem de bello Jugurthino. £- 



SAL 



1641 



jusdem oratio contra M. T. Cioe^ 

ronem. Ciceronis oratio contra 

Sallustium. Ejusdem orationea 

quatuor contra Catilinam. Porcii 

Latronis declamatio contra Catili- 

nam. Orationes quaedam ex libris 

historiarum Sallustii. Ven., Aldus 

et And. Asulanus, m. Apr. 1509. 

8^ 

8 leaves of prdxminary matter, and 279 
pages. A new recension from 9 ancient 
MSS. The edition is tolerably scarce. 

19968 — opera cum plusculis addita- 

mentis. Par., N. de Pratis, 10 cal.. 

Sept. 1509. 4°. 

Only the text, with a letter of Ascensius 
of 1509. (Wolfenbiittel). 

19969 — liber de bello Jugurtino. 
Lyptzck, Jac. Thanner, 15 10. fol. 
Gothic letter, 40 leaves with 25 
lines, and the signatures A~G. — 
Liber de coniuratione L. Ser. Ca- 
tiline. (Lps.), Mt. Herbipolensis, 
15 10. fol. Gothic letter, 22 leaves 
with 24 lines, and the signatures 
A-D. 

The 3 pieces belong to each other. (Wol- 
fenbUttel). 

19970 — opuscula cum plusculis ad- 
ditamentis. Par., per Gu. le Rouge 
pro Dion. Rooe, 151 2. 8^ 

Rouge*s typographical productioiis are 
sought after in France. 

19971 (title as in No. 19967). 

Flor., Ph. de Giunta, m. Jun. 

1513.8°. 

7 and 158 leaves. The and Juntine, 
superintended by Marianus Tucdus. 

19972 — Sallustii de conjnratione 
Catilinae. Ejusd. de bello Jugur- 
thino. Item Sallustii vita. Ex 
secunda recognitione. Arg., ex 
aed. Schurer., m. Dec. 1513. 4°. 

The prefoce of Bth. Fidd^s, from the 
Lyons edition of 1 504, is prefixed. 

19973 — Sallustii de conjnratione 
Catilinie. Ejusd. de bello Jugur. 
thino. Orationes ex libris histo- 
riar. Sallustii. Ejusd. oratio contra 
Ciceronem. Ciceronis oratio contra 
Sallustium. Ejusd. orationes qua- 
tuor contra Catilinam. Porcii La- 
tronis declamatio contra Catilinam. 



1642 



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{Par.\ in aedibus Ascens.^ 9 cal. 
Nov. 1513. 8°. 

A pre&oe of H. Aleander (dated Paris 
15 10) 18 prefixed, in which he aaaerts that 
he has corrected the Aldine text from a 
MS. imparted to him by P. iEmilius. 

19974 — opera Sallustii cum tribus 
commentis (Lr. Vallensis, Omnib. 
Leoniceni^ Jod. Badii et J. Chry. 
sost. Soldi). Ven., J. Tacuinus, 
15 14. fol. 

A reprint of the larger edition of Aacen- 
sins (see No. 19966) with the addition of 
the 3 remaining commentators. 

19975 — Salustii opera cum pluscu- 
lis additamentis noviter et diligen- 
ter ParrhisiQ impressa. Par., J. 
du Pre et Jac. Messier^ 2 id. Sept. 

With a preface by Jod. Badius of 1508. 

19976 — Sallustii belluni Catilina. 

rium. Item bellum Jugurthinum 

ejusdem. Index. Arg., ex aed. 

Schurer.^ m. Oct. 1517. 4^ 

With a preface by N. Oerbelius. Re- 
peated, SeiestadUy Laz. Schurer, cal. Oct. 
1521.4°. 

19977 — de conjuratione Catilinae. 

Ejusdem de bello Jugurthino. Ora- 

tiones quedam ex libris historiar. 

Sallustii. Ejusdem oratio contra 

Cioeronem. Cioeronis oratio contra 

Sallustium. Ejusdem orationes IV. 

contra Catilinam. Porcii Latronis 

declamatio contra Catilinam. Quae 

omnia solerti nuper cura repurgata 

sunt, ac suo queeque ordine optime 

digesta. Ven., Aldus et And. 

socer, m. Jan. 152 1. 8^. 

8 leases of preliminary matter, 142 num- 
bered leaves, 1 blank leaf, and i leaf 
with the anchor. A new revision of the 
text of 1509 by Fr. Asulanus, and better 
printed than the earlier edition. A copy 
on vellum is quoted in the Catal. bibL Job. 
Ren. ImperitUuy p. 438. 

19978 — Sallustius. Without place 
or date (Fen., Gr. de Gregoriis, 
about 1 521). 8^ 

A copy of the preceding with numbered 
leaves. 

19979 — Sallustii belia duo, Catili- 
narium et Jugurthinum. Col., ex 
off. Cr. Caesaris, m. Jan. 1521. 

4°. 
This edition appears to be merely a re- 



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print of No. 19976. The colophon is at 
the end of the Catilina. 

19980 — de conjuratione Catilinse 

historia. Ejusdem de bello Jugur. 

thino etc. Bas., And. Cratander, 

1525- 8^ 

8 leaves of prdiminary matter, 308 
pages, and a unnumbered leaves (Wolfen- 
btittel). Also, ib.y id., 1539. 8^ 

19981 — Sallustius. Lugd., Seb. 
Gryphius, 1529. 8°. 

19982 — de Catilinae conjuratione et 

bello Jugurthino historic cum re- 

liquis orationibus. Ace. Ph. Me- 

lanchthonis adnotatt. Prsterea 

indices II. Lugd., Seb. Gryphius, 

1536. 8^ 

Also, ib., id.y 1540 or 4a. 8*". Without 
annotations and indices, t^., k/., 1545 and 
47. ia». 

19983 — de conjuratione Catilime 
historia. Ejusd. de bello Jugur. 
thino etc. (cura H. Lor. Glareani). 
Bas., Cratander, 1538. 8°. 

Olareanus attempted a new correction of 
the text without sufficient materials and 
with little success. 

19984 — de Catilins conjuratione ac 
Jugurthino bello historic. Una 
cum castigationibus in easdem J. 
Rivii. Lips., Jac. Berwald, 1542. 

8°. 

A new and valuable recension from 
4 MSS. and several old editions. The cas- 
tigations, which are sometimes wanting in 
this edition, had previously appeared with- 
out the text under the title, J. Rivii in 
SaUuMtn hitioriat casHgatumum libri II. 
Lpt.y Wolrab, i^^g. 8^ (Wolfenb.) 

19985 — Catilinie contra Romanum 
senatum conjuratio sen bellum Ca. 
tilinarium. Item bellum Jugur- 
thinum. Par., Sim. Colinseus, 1543. 
8^ 

Previously, ib.^ id., 15*3 or 36. 8°. 

19986 — historiiB, cum variis lec- 
tionibus. Par., Rb. Stephanus, 
1544. 8^ 

19987 — de Catilinae conjuratione 
ac bello Jugurthino historiae. Ex 
castigatione J. Rivii. Cum anno- 
tatt. marginalibus Ph. Melanthonis. 
Ace. in Sallustii fragmenta*H. Gla- 
reani annotatt. cum quibusdam aliis 



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Jac. Bononiensis annotatiunculis. 

Col., J. Gymnicus, 1 544. 8°. 
Abo^ ib. 1550 and 86. 8^ 

19988 — de Catilinse conjuratione ac 
bello Jugurthino historise. Nunc 
denuo adhibitis aliquot venerandse 
vetustatis exemplaribus iisque manu 
scriptis, emendatse. Cum all is qui- 
busdam. Lugd., Seb. Gryphius, 
1549. 8^ 

Reprints of this edition are, ib., id., 1551 
and 70. 12. Antw., Gymntcus, 1557. 8**. 
Lugd.y Ant. VincenHtu, 1561. 12°. 

19989 cum annotatiunculis Jac. 

a Cruce. Antw. 1553. 12°. 

Concerning an edition of Sallust., Bonon. 
1554. 8". occurring in an Italian catalogue 
I can find no further particulars. 

19990 — de catilinse conjuratione ac 
bello Jugurthino historise. Gan. 
dayi. Corn. Manilius^ ^SS^' small 
8^ 

19991 — de conjuratione Catilinse et 

de bello Jugurthino. Ejusdem 

orationes etc. Ven.j Aldus, iSS7' 

8°. 

A new recension by P. Manutius from 
3 MSS. with the addition of the frag- 
ments. 

19992 — de conjuratione Catilinie et 
de bello Jugurthino. Ejusdem 
orationes quaedam ex libris histo- 
riarum. Orationes contrariae, qua- 
rum altera Sallustio tribuitur, al- 
tera Ciceroni. Index rerum me- 
morabilium. Ven., Aldus, 1560. 
8^ 

8 leaves of preliminary matter, i<28 num- 
bered leaves, and 8 leaves of index. 

19993 — bellum Catilinarium emen- 
datum a J. Sturmio. Arg., Ma- 
chseropceus, 1562. Bellum Jugur- 
thinum emendatum ab eodem. ib., 
id., 1562. 8°. 2 parts in 1 vol. 

19994 — conjuratio Catilinseet bellum 
Jugurthinum. Ejusdem nonnuUa 
ex ]ibris historiarum. Fragmenta 
ejusdem historiarum, e scriptoribus 
antiquis ab Aldo Manutio coUecta. 
Oratio Sallustii in Ciceronem, et 
altera in Sallustium, Ciceroni falso 
attributa. Scholia Aldi Manutii. 
Index rerum et verbor. memo. 



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rabilium. Ven., P. Manutius, 1563. 
8°. 

13 leaves of preliminary matter, 128 
numbered, and 44 unnumb^^ed leaves (one 
of the last is blank, and one has the 
anchor). 

19995 — conjuratio Catiline et bel- 
lum JugurUiinum. Fragmenta ejus- 
dem historiarum. Scholia Aldi 
Manutii. Romse, P. Manutius, 
^5^3 (at the end 1564). 8°. 

19996 — conjuratio Catiline et bel- 
lum Jugurthinum. Ejusd. non- 
nulla ex libris historiarum. Oratio 
Sallustii in Cic, et altera in Sallus- 
tium, Ciceroni falso attributa. Om. 
nia nunc primum post Aldi Ma- 
nutii editionem correcta, nee non 
variis lectt. doctisque annotatt. il- 
lustrata. His accessit liber singu- 
laris, qui inscribitur: Fragmenta 
historiar. Sallustii e scriptoribus 
antiquis ab Aldo Manutio coUecta. 
Scholia ejusdem. Index rerum et 
verbor. Antw., Cp. Plantinus, 
1564. 8°. 

Very neatly printed. 8 leaves of preli- 
minary matter, 211 pages, and 25 unnum- 
bered leaves, fragments, index, and TVtli- 
moma de SaUtuHo. Various readings from 
MSS. and old editions are appended. 
Carrio had already taken part in this 
edition. 

19997 — opera omnia una cum doc- 
tissimor. viror commentariis, casti« 
gationibus, scholiis, nempe Lr. Vallie, 
Jod. Badii, J. Chrysost. Soldi, Jac. 
Bononiensis, Omnib. Leoniceni, Bm. 
Zanchi, Vine. Castilionei, J. Rivii, 
H. Glareani. Bas., H. Petri, 1564. 
fol. 

4 leaves of preliminary matter, 11 8a 
pages, and 8 leaves of index. 

19998 — conjuratio Catilinse et bel- 
lum Jugurthinum. Fragmenta ejus- 
dem historiarum e scriptoribus an- 
tiquis ab Aldo Manutio coUecta. 
Scholia Aldi Manutii. Index rerum 
et verbor. memorabilium. Ven., 

Aldus, 1567. 8°. 

8 leaves of preHminary matter, 1 80 num- 
bered leaves, 19 leaves, index, and colophon, 
with the anchor. A reprint of the Roman 
edition of 1563 with its preface. 

19999 — conjuratio Catilinn et bel- 



1644 



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lum Jugurthinum. Ejusdem alia^ 
quae post Manutii aliorumque om- 
nium editiones auctiora emenda- 
tioraque eduntur. Lugd., Ant. 
Grypbius, 1570. 8°. 

20000 — historiK, ex rec. et cum 
emendatt. Cypriani a Popma. Lo- 
van.. Hi Wellaeus, 1572. 12°. 

The editor made use of 6 MSS., from 
which he has made some corrections. 

20001 — quae supersunt opera. Con- 
juratio Catilinae. Bellum Jugur- 
thinum. Historiarum libri a L. 
Carrione collecti et restituti. Una 
cum annotatt. et scboliis. Apud 
Pt. Santandreanum, 1574. S°. 8 
leaves of preliminary matter, 257 
pages, and 12 leaves of index. In 
Sallustii Catilinam et Jugurtbam 
Aldi Manutii scbolia. Cypriani a 
Popma emendatt. In bistoriarum 
lib. VI. L. Carrionis scbolia. His 
adjunximus lectiones varias. With- 
out place. 1574. 8°. 2 parts in 
I vol. 

20002 — conjuratio Catilinse et bel- 
lum Jugurtbinum. Flor., ap. Jun- 
tas, 1576. 8®. 

Superintended by Pu Victorias* and with 
corrections of the text. But his MS. was 
a bad one. 

20003 — operum, quae extant, nova 
editio. Edente et recensente L. 
Carrione. Antw., Cp. Plantinus, 
1579. 8^ 

936 pages, then 249 pages, Notm va- 
riorum (with a separate title of 1579), and 
53 pages, Jani DouMte noite (with a sepa- 
rate title of 1580). A new recension after 
6 MSS., in which however what proceeds 
from MSS. and what from conjecture, is 
not distinguished. 

20004 — — (as in No. 19998). 
Ven., ex bibliotbeca Aldina, 1588. 
8^ 

8 leaves of preliminary matter, 282 
pages, and 13 leaves of index. At the end 
is, VenetUty ajmd J, Garam, 1 588. 

20005 — bistoriae de conjuratione 
L. Catilinsc. De bello Jugurtbino 
etc. Omnia baec ad autbentica ex- 
emplaria coUata et variis lectionibus 
expolita. Una cum H. Glareani 
annotatt. et Coelii Sec. Curionis 



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nunc primum editis, Jac. Bono- 
niensis scboliis, Huldr. Hutteni 
flosculis. Bas., Sb. Henricpetri, 
1590. 8°. 

20006 — opera omnia quae exstant : 
cum Pt. Ciacconii novis ad eadem 
notis. Ex offic. Plantin. apud 
Fr. Rapbelengium, 1594. S°. 

8 leaves of preliminary matter, 280 
pages, and 12 unnumbered leaves (the last 
blank). Then, with a separate title, Jani 
D<mz<g noia. Antw., PlaniintUf 1580, as 
above, No. 20003. The test of the Plan- 
tine edition of 1579, with the notes which 
Ciaooonius had left behind him, in which 
he has corrected and explained Sallust, 
particularly by a comparison with Tacitus, 
although often too boldly. — An earh'er re- 
cension, which Ciaooonius is said to have 
given of Sallust in 1544, I am not ac- 
quainted with. 

20007 — opera cum fragmentis. Cp. 
Colerus omnia recensuit, emenda- 
vis et notis illustravit. Nrb., P. 
Kauffman, 1599. 8°. 

Containing little of its own. 

20008 — opera omnia que exstant. 

Helias Putscbius ex fide vetustiss. 

cod. correxit et notasaddidit: idem 

fragmenta centum locis auxit et 

interpolavit. Adjectse Pt. Ciacconii 

notae. Ex off. Plantin. Rapbe- 

lengii, 1602. 8"". 

[2 leaves of preliminary matter, 299 
pagesy and 10 leaves of index. Carrie's 
text, corrected by Putschius from MSS. 
and the older editions. The fragments are 
augmented from Servius. 

20009 — opera omnia quae exstant, 
ex recognitione Jani Oruteri. Ace. 
castigatt., annotatt., notae ac scbo- 
lia Glareani, Popmae, Aldi etc, 
Ff, e coUegio Paltbeniano, 1607. 
8°. 

A new and careful recension from 14 
MSS. and old editions. Coler's notes, 
which are promised in the title, are not in 
the book itself. 

20010 — bistoriae C. Crispi Salustii 
de L. Sergii Catilinae conjuratione, 
ac bello Jugurtbino. Ingolstadii, 
ex typograpbeo Ad. Sartorii, 1607. 
8®. 1 76 pages. 

20011 — opera quae exstant, cum 
fragmentis. Ex nova recensione 



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J. Ph. Parei. Ff. ad M., Vetter, 
1617. 8^ 
Also, t6. i6as. 8^ 

20012 — Sallustii opera^ et L. Cor- 
nelii SisennsehlBtoriarumfragmenta. 
Ausonius Popma recensuit et scho- 
liis illustravit. Franck., J. Lam- 
rinck, 1619. 8°. 

20013 — Sallustius ex museo J. Is. 
PontaDi. Amst.^ Jansson, 1627. 

20014 — C. Sallustius Crispus cum 
veterum historicor. f ragmen tis (ed. 
M. Zuer. Boxhom). LB., ex off. 
Elzevir.^ 1634. 12°. 

There are three different impressions of 
this neat, scarce, and greatly sought after 
edition, with the above date. In all 3 the 
text occupies 310 pages; they are dis- 
tinguished in ihe f<Jlowing manner: the 
1st has la leaves of preliminary matter, 
and 19 leaves, florilegium and index. Be- 
fore the dedication is a vignette engraved 
' on wood with two birds, and before the 
iestimonia veterum another with a buffalo's 
head. P. 316 is a vignette with a Medu- 
sa's head. The ind and 3rd impressions 
have only 8 leaves of prelijoiinary matter, 
and 1 7 latves, florilegium and index, with- 
out vignettes before Uie dedication and tes- 
Hmonia, Instead of whidi the and im- 
pression has retained in p. a 16, the laige 
Medusa of the first impression, whereas the 
3rd impression has a different marky in the 
middle of which a very small head is to be 
found. The 3rd impression is the least 
fine, and probably appeared after 1650. 

The edition, Amst,^ ex off. Elzevir.^ 
1658. 13**. is a less fine reprint of the 
edition of 1634. 

20015 — C. Sallustius Crispus cum 
veterum historicor .fragmentis. Amst.^ 
ex offic. Janssoniana, 1641. 13°. 

Also, t^., ti., 1647. 1^°' *^M *^9 1684. 
16**. Ven,^ Pexxana^ 17 11. 12°. 

20016 — C. Sallustius Crispus pri- 
inus in historia cum fragmentis 
▼eterum historicor. LB., Just. Li- 
▼ius, 1645. 12°. 

20017 — opera quae extant. Ex 
nova rec. J. Ph. Parei edebat cum 
animadvv. et notis Dn. Parens. 
Ff., a. M., Hiittner, 1649. ^'^^' 

Also, i6. 1675. 13% 

20018 — opera quee extant omnia: 

cum selectissimis varior. annota- 
VOL. TV. 



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1645 



tionibus, et accurata recensione 
Ant. Thysii. LB., Fr. Hack, 1 649. 
8% 
20019 — C. Sallustius Crispus s. 
bellum Catilinarium et Jugurthi- 
num cum commentariis. Tironum 
ac juniorum captui accommodavit 
J. Min-Fl. Rott.^ Wagens, 1653. 
8°. 

Also, Roil, 1695. 11% Lpa. 1759. 8**. 
and with Wase^s text, UUraj. 1720. i3% 

20020 (as No. 2001 8). Ed. II. 

auctior et emendatior. LB.> Hack, 
1654. 8°. 
Repeated, ib, 1659. 8*". 

20021 — opera quae^extant omnia, 
cum notis et accurata recensione. 
Par., Cramoisy, 1654. 16^. 

It appears to have been superintended by 
a Jesuit (the symbol of the society is on 
the title), and is stated in p. 45 1 to be Op. 
tmor, oodicumfide purgaia, (Wolfenb.) 

20022 — C. Sallustius Crispus cum 
veterum historicor. fragmentis. Re- 
censitus a Rutgero Hermannide. 
Amst., Valckenier, 1661. 12°. 

Also, Amet, 1666 or 75. 11°. 

20023 — quse extant. Ex rec. 
J. F. Gronovii cum varior. ob- 
servationibus ab Ant. Thysio col- 
lectis. LB. et Rot., Hack^ 1665. 
8°. 

20024 — quae extant. In usum 
Delphini diligenter recensuit et 
notulas addidit Dn. Crispin us. Par., 
Leonard, 1674. 4^ 

Also, Lond, 1697, 1715, 26, 35, 68, 76, 
or 84. 8°. Par.y Barbou^ 1 736. 4°. Baa- 
sont, 1790. 4^ 

20025 — opera omnia quae exstant, 
cum commentariis integris et se- 
lectis varior. Ace. Jani Melleri 
Palmerii spicilegia in eundem auc- 
torem. Cum ind. rerum et ver- 
bor. locupletissimo. LB.^ Hack^ 
1677. 8^ 

This is almost entirely like the following 
edition, yet less sought after. 

20026 — — (the same title). Amst., 
H. Boom, 1690. 8^ 

One of the rarest editions cvm noHa va- 
riorum^ and greatly sought after. 

20027 — quae extant, cum notis 
5P 



1646 



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varior. Ace. Julius Exsuperan- 
tius, Porcius Latro et fragmenta 
historicor. vett. cum notis Au- 
sonii Popmse. Recensuit^ notas 
perpetuas et indices adjecit Jos. 
Wasse. Praemittitur Sallustii vita 
auctore J. Clerico. Cbr.^ typis 
acad., 1710. 4°. Also on large 
paper. 

Oruter*s edition of 1607 forms the basis, 
corrected from MSS. and the earlier edi- 
tions. The earlier apparatus is industri- 
ously and carefully made use of, and the 
edition contains some very learned matter 
peculiar to itael£ Ijie copious index often 
supplies the place of a commentary. 

20028 — quae extant. (Cum ind. et 
variantibus lectt., edente Mch. 
Maittaire). Lond., Tonson et 
Watts, 1 7 13. 12°. 

20029 — quae exstant, ex optimis 
codd. accuratissime castigata. Ac- 
cedunt Jul. Exsuperantius, Por- 
cius Latro et fragmenta veterum 
historicor. Patav., Jos. Cominus, 

1722. 8^ 
Superintended by Gaetano Volpi. 

20030 — quae extant. Item epistolae 
de republica ordinanda, dedamatio 
in Ciceronem et Pseudo-Ciceronis 
in Sallustium. Nee non Jul. £x- 
superantius de bellis civilibus, ac 
Porcius Latro in Catilinam. Re- 
censuit et adnotationibus illustravit 
Gli. Cortius. Ace. fragmenta vete- 
rum historicor. Constantinus Feli- 
cius Durantinus de conjuratione 
Catilinae et index necessarius. Lps., 
Gleditsch, 1724. 4". 

A new and very valuable recension from 
MSS and old editions with excellent ex- 
planations. Yet the editor has sometimes 
allowed himself too bold alterations, and in 
particular has almost everywhere expelled 
the verb substantive. This edition should 
be added to Havercamp's. There are co- 
pies on paper somewhat larger and finer, 
which are very scarce and greatly sought 
after. Reprinted, Ven. PtucKoHuiy 1737. 
4°., also on laiige paper. 

20031 — opera quae extant. Ad usum 
scholar, universitatis Paris, (ed. 
J. Heuzet.) Par. 1729. 12°. 

With short and appropriate notes. Often 
repeated, for example, Par., BrocuSy 1 767. 
8'. 



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20032 — belli Catilinarii et Jugur- 
thini historiae. With a free Eng- 
lish translation, by J. Clarke. 
Lond., Bettesworthf 1734. 8^ 

The last time, Lond, 1 799. 8**. 

20033 — belli Catilinarii et Jugur- 

thini historiae. Edimburgi, 6u. 

Oed, aurifaber Edinensis, non typis 

mobilibus, sed tabellis seu laminis 

fusis excudebat, 1739. ^^^* 

Stereotyped, and the first attempt of this 
kind in Oreat Britain, but not fine. The 
following is a new impression from these 
plates, or a new title to the earlier produc- 
tion, t^., id.j 1744. 16**. Consult Biogra- 
phical memoirs qf W. Ged. Lond., 1781. 
8«. 

20034 — quae exstant. Cum notis in- 
tegris atque selectis varior. Acce- 
dunt Jul. Exsuperantius et Porcius 
Latro, ut et fragmenta historicorum, 
cum notis integris varior. Cura 
Sigeberti Havercampi. Cum indd. 
copiosissimis. Amst. et Hag. Com.,. 
Changuion etc. 1742. 4°. 2 voll. 
Also on large paper. 

Wasse's text with the addition of various 
readings from la MSS. and from the 
Roman edition of 1470, and with the en- 
tire notes of the earh'er editors; except 
that nothing is introduced from Gorte's edi- 
tion. The editor has given nothing of his 
own. 

20035 — quae extant. Lond.^ J. 
Brindley, T744. 16^ 

20036 — opera (ex rec. St. And. Phi- 
lippe). Lutet. Par., David, 1744. 
(new title, ib., Barbou, 1754). 12". 

Also, Par., Barbou, 1761 and 74. 14°. 

20037 — quae extant. Amst., Wet- 
stein, 1747. 12°. 

20038 — belli Catilinarii et Jugur- 
thini historiae. Glasg., Rb. Urie, 
1749. 12°. 

Corte*s text, corrected in the punctuation. 

20039 — quae supersunt omnia. Ex 
rec. Gli. Corte. Glasg., Rb. et And. 
Foulis, 1749 or 51 or 77. 8°. 

20040 — belli Catilinarii et Jugur- 
thini historiae. Edinb., Hamilton 
et Balfour, 1755. 12°. 

Neat and very correct, although not 
without any typographical errors, as is al- 
ways stated; Renouard has discovered 
three. Very scarce on large paper in 8^ 



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20041 — C. Crispus Sallustius et 
L. Anneeas Floras. Birminghamiae^ 
J. Baskerville, 1773. large 4". 

Also t^.. id., 1774. 12°. 

20042 — quee exstant, cum varietate 
lect. curav. J. Jac. Hottinger. 
Turici, Orell, 1778. 8". (20 gr.) 

20043 — opera omnia excusa ad edi- 
tionem Cortii cum editionibus Ha- 
▼ercampi et Oabrielis Antonii col- 
latam (ed. H. Homer). Lond., 
Payne^ 17S9. 8''. On vellum paper. 

Au uncommonly fine and correct edition. 
Very scarce on large paper. 

20044 — Sallustius, Accedunt re- 
oensio noirissimse versionis hispa- 
nictt, examen variarum lectionum, 
interpretatio locorum, index latiui. 
tatis. (Edid. W. Abr. Teller.) 
Berol.^ Unger, 1790. 8^ (i6gr., on 
writing paper, 3 d.^ on vellum 
paper 6 a.) 

This edition gives most honourable proof 
of the taste, acuteness, and learning of the 
editor, but is printed so incorrectly, that 
whole lines are wanting. Chiefly after 
Corte, but here and there after the Bres- 
dan eidition of 1495* 

20045 — opera. Par., Renouard, 
1 796. 1 8°. 3 voll. ( 1 2 fr., on Dutch 
paper, 24 fr.) 

Neat and correct, two copies on veUum. 

20046 — bellum Catiliusirium atque 
Jugurthinum, ex rec. Gli Cortii, 
cam varietate lect. ex tribus codd. 
M8S. excerpta et cum praef. Thph. 
Cp. Harles. Nrb., Felsecker, 1797. 
8°. (8 gr.) 

Previously, i*., 1778. 8*. 

20047 — opera. Parmse, Bodoni, 
1 799. very large 4°. a vols. ( 1 00 fr., 
on vellum paper 160 fr.) 

There is a copy on vellum. 

20048 — opera, novissime recognita, 
emendata et illustrata. Praemissa 
vita a J. Clerico scripta et notitia 
literaria. Arg., Treuttel, 1808. 8°. 
(i d. 4gr.) 

Prenously (by J. Val. Embser) BiponH, 
1779. 8*. aod (by G. Ch. Croll) t^., 1780. 
8*. 

20049 — opera^ exceptis fragmentis, 
omnia edid. et illustrav. H. Kun- 



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1647 



hardt. Lubec, Bohn, 1799-1 810 
(new title, Lps.^ Barth, 18 12). 8". 
2 parts in i vol. ( 1 d. 8 gr.) 

20050 — Sallustius. Mediol., e typo- 

grapheo Mussiano, 1813. fol. 2 voll. 

Only 50 copies o( this edition, which is 
far from being fine enough for a work of 
splendour, were struck off (45 d.) 

20051 — opera quae exstant praeter 
fragmenta omnia. Textum recog- 
novit et illustrav. Gu. Lange. Hal., 
Hemmerde, 181 5. 8°. (18 gr.) 

20052 — bellum Catilinarium et Ju- 
gurthinum. Notas adjec. Birgerus 
Thorlacius. Hnvn., Bonnier, 181 5. 
8^(i2gr.) 

20053 — opera. Curav. F. H. Bothe. 
Manhem., Loffler, 1819. 8*'. (8gr.) 

20054 — opera omnia ex ed. Gli. 
Cortii, cum notis et interpretatione 
in usum Delphini, variis lectt., notis 
variorum, notitia literaria, recensu 
editionum et codicum, et indicibus 
locupletissimis accurate recensita. 
Lond., Valpy, 1820. 8°. 2 voll. 

20055 — Catilina et Jugurtha. Re- 
cognov. et illustrav. O. Mr. MiiUer. 
Lps. et ZiiUichav., Darnmann, 1 82 1. 
8°. (i d. 6gr.) 

20056 — bellum Catelinarum (sic) 
Salustij. Zwollis, Pt. Os de Breda, 
without date, 4°. Gothic letter. 

1 1 leaves with the signatures a-^. 

20057 — C. Crispi Salustii liber de 

bello catilinario. Without place or 

date, 4°. Gothic letter. 

18 leaves (the last blank) with 35 lines, 
and the signatures a-e. In leaf i& is the 
above title in a lines. The text b^ns in 
leaf 2'*, and the ist line is, C. Crupi Sa- 
lusHj iU)er de eon. It ends in the 32nd 
line of leaf 27b with Fintc. It appears to be 
a German typographical production of the 
15th century, but the larger types in the 
column-titles are similar to those of R. 
Paffroet. (WolfenbQttel.) 

20058 — Catilina. Thdr. Gras- 
winckelius commentario illustravit. 
LB., Is. Commelinus, 1642. 12°. 

20059 — historiarum libri III. frag- 
mentum cum quinque aliis in bib- 
lioth. Paris, olim repertum denuo 
edid. J. Gli. Kreyssig. Schnee- 
bergfle, 181 1. 8^ 28 pages. 

5 Pa 



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20060 — ex libris historiarum C. 

Crispi Sallustii orationes V. et epi- 

stoln III. Romse, Arn. Pannartz^ 

25 Sept. 1475. 8°. 

3a (not 2S) leaves, the first and last of 
which are blamk. Very scarce. 

20061 — exoerptae orationes ex libris 

historiarum C. Crispi Sallustii. 

Without place or date, (Mantuie, 

J. Schallj 1475). 4^' Gothic letter. 
33 leaves, (the last blank) with 34 lines, 
and the signatures o-^. Leaf la line i is 
£;r librit hittoriaru, C. Crispi Saht$tiJ. 
Four verses conclude the work in leaf 32**, 
the last of which is, Peccaui fateor tu miae- 



rere met. 



20062 — Crispi Salustij in Tulliu 
Oracio incipit dicta in Senatu. 
M. TuUij Ciceronis Inuectiua in 
eunde Salustium incipit. Without 
place or date, (Col., U. Zell). 4"". 
Oothic letter. 

8 leaves (the last blank) with 16 Unes, 
without signatures, catchwords and pagi- 
nation. (At WolfenbUttel, where it is 
bound up with Cicenmia orait. CaHl. See 
above, No. 4^62.) 

20063 — Salustii invectiva contra 
Ciceronem. Responsio Ciceronis 
contra invectivam Salustii. Epi- 
stola enee siluii contra vernandum 
etc. Ln. Aretini epitaphium. With, 
out place or date, {Col., U, Zell, 
about 1470). 4°. Gk)thic letter. 

8 leaves, with 37 lines without signa- 
tures, catchwords, and pagination. 

20064 — C. Crispi Salustii Oratio 
inuectiua in M. Ciceronem. M. 
Ciceronis Oratio responsiua ac in- 
uectiua in Salustium. Impressum 
Francofordio (sic) per Baccalau- 
reum Balthassar Murherr, 1509. 
fol. Grothic letter. 

5 leaves with 36 lines, and the signature 
A. (Wolfenbattel.) 

20065 — epistolse duffi ad C. Jul. 
Caesarem de republ. ordinanda. 
Notis politicis illustratie a Cp. Co- 
lero. Ambergse, Forster, 1 599. 8°. 

20066 — ^ J. Loccenii syntagma poli- 
ticum, in quo continentur epistoln 
politicse Sallustii in Ciceronis, illius 
de republ. ordinanda, hujus de pro- 
vincia recte administranda. Ff. et 
Lps., Wolf, 1673. 8«. 



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20067 — Salustio con glosas en ro- 
mance (por Fr. Vital de Noya). 

Zaragoza, 1493. fol. Gothic letter. 
The first edition of this transition and 
very scarce. Also, Valltuiolid, Amao 
GtUUen de Brocar, 15 19. fol. Logrono, 
1529. fol. Medina, P, de Caetro, 1548. 4^ 
and (without the translator's name,) An* 
vert, Mt, Nucio, 1554. i^**. 

20068 — obras traducidas por Eman. 
Sueiro. Anvers, J. Keerberghio, 
1615. 8°. 

Also Madr. 163 1. fd. 

20069 — Salustio traducido en cas- 
tellano por Manuel Sueiro. Van 
aiiadidas las IV. orationes de Cioe- 
ron contra Catilina traduzidas por 
Andres Laguna. Madr. 1 786. 4°. 

20070 — la conjuracion de Catilina 
y la guerra de Jugurtha por Cayo 
Salustio Crispo (lat. et hisp.) Madr.» 
Ibarra, 1772. small fol. with plates. 

This translation of the infiuita Don Ga- 
briel Antonio, in which however, Fr. Peres 
Bayer, his tutor, had great part, is uncom- 
monly finely printed, and was only g^ven 
away in presents, but is notwithstanding to 
be met with frequently enough. There are 
explanations and readings from MSS. of 
the Escurial appended, which Teller made 
use of in his edition of 1 790; a treatise by 
Bayer Del alfabeto y lingua de lot Fenioee 
y de tut oaloniaa is also annexed, of whidi 
there were also some copies by themselves, 
see Alfabeto. 

It appears that, besides the copies in- 
tended for the infanta, the paper of which 
was perfectly white and of equal beauty, 
there were also a considerable number of 
inferior copies struck off. In these last, 
which are little sought after, the paper is 
blueish and very different, and the plates 
and maps are visibly of a later and inferior 
impression. They were not fairly circu- 
lated in trade untQ after the prince's death, 
and in purchasing a copy, care must be 
taken to obtain one that is genuine. 

20071 — obras, traducidas por el 

seiior infante Don Grabriel. Madr., 

impr. real, 1804. small 8°. 2 vols. 

on vellum paper. 

A very neat reprint of the preceding, but 
without Bayer*s treatise. 

20072 — libro extracto de Salustio e 
Lucano e Suetonio con Juliano e 
altri grandi historiographi e summi 
poeti. Without place, 1492. fol. 

See Luc ANUS, Na 12 361. 



SAL 

20073 — Sallustio con altre belle 
oose volgarizzate per Agst. Ortica 
della Porta. Ven., Bernardino de 
Vitale, 23 Apr. 1518. 4°. 

Alao Ven.y Ruaeoniy 23 Apr, 15 18. 8^. 
Ven.y Sesta e Ravanij 18 Magio 1523. 8^ 
Ven.f Gr. di Grefforiy m. Dec, 1523. 8**. 
Ven.y Seua, 1531. 8^ Ven,y Bindtnd e 
Patiniy 1531. 8^ (WolfenbQttel.) Ven., 
without the printer's name, 1545. 8°. 

20074 — rhistoria di C. Crispo Sal- 
lustio nuovamente per Lelio Carani 
tradotta. Fiorenza, Torrentino^ 

1550- 8^ 

10 leaves of preliminarv matter, 281 
pages and r leaf with the colophon. (Wol- 
fenbatteL) Also Fen,, Griffio, 1556. 8^ 

20075 — > la historia di Sallustio nuo- 
vamente trad, da P. Spinola. Ven.^ 
Valvassori, 1564 (at the end, 1563)^ 
8«. 

20076 — r historia della congiura di 
Catilina, trad, da C. Corsini. Fir., 
Franceschini, 1644. 4^ 

20077 — la congiura di Catilina, vol. 
garizzata da Fr. £ug. Guasco. Na- 
poli, 1760. 4°. 

20078 — le guerre Catilinaria e Giu- 
gurtina tradotte in lingua Toscana 
dal testo lat. emendato e con varie 
note illustrate da Gi. Bt. Bianchi. 
Ven., Bettinelli, 1761. 8°. 

20079 — della congiura Catilinaria e 
della guerra Giugurtina, libri due 
volgarizzati da frate Bartolommeo 
da San Concordio. Ora per la prima 
volta stampati. Fir., Grazioli, 1 790. 
8^ 

Cited by the academy della Cnisca from 
a MS. Oi. Cioni was the edit<K'. 

20080 — Sallustio volgarizzato da 
Matteo Dandolo, col testo lat. 
emendato. Ven. 1802. 8°. 3 voll. 

20081 — della congiura di Catilina, 

tradotto da Vittorio Alfieri. Lond. 

1804. 8^ 
Also Padova, 1821. 12**. 

20082 — les oeuvres de C. Saluste, 
de nouveau traduites en franp. et 
illustr^es d*annotations, par J. Bau- 
doin. Par., Richer, 1617. large 4°. 
Also^ ib., id., 1629. 4°. — L'histoire 
Roniaine de Salluste^ contenant les 
guerres de Catilina et de Jugurtha, 



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de la traduction de Du Teil. Par., 
Loyson, 1670. 12°. — Histoire Rom. 
de Sall.^ de la conjuration de Catil. 
et de la guerre de Jugurtha^ de la 
traduct. de Odet Pb. Sieur Des- 
mares. Mons, Bilanges, 1670. 12^. 
— ^L'hist. de la guerre des Romains 
contre Jugurtha et Thist. de la con- 
jurat, de Catil.^ nouvellement trad, 
en fran9. Par., Billaine, 1675. 12". 
A different translation from the 
preceding. — Hist, de Salluste, trad, 
(par Jac. Cassagnes.) Par., Thierry, 
1675. 12**. Also, ib., David, 1713. 
12°. — Nouvelle traduction de Ssd- 
luste (par Le Masson). Par., Fou- 
cault, 1 713. 12°. Ed. II. Par., le 
Clerc, 1 716. 12°.— Salluste ou his- 
toires de la conjur. de Catil. et de 
la guerre des Romains contre Ju- 
gurtha, trad, en fran9. par Thyvon. 
Par., Huart, 1730. 8°. 2 voll. — 
Salluste trad, en ^ang. avec le texte 
latin, des notes crit. et des va- 
riantes, par J. H. Dptteville. Par., 
Lottin, 1769. l2^ Also, ib., 1807. 
12*'. — Les histoires de Salluste, 
trad, en fran^., avec le latin revii et 
corrige et des notes crit., par Beau- 
z^e. Par., 1770 or 75 or 88. 12**. 

20083 — histoire de la republique 
Romaine dans le cours du 7. si^cle, 
par Salluste. En partie traduite du 
latin sur Toriginal, en partie retablie 
et composee sur les fragmens qui 
sont restes de sea livres perdus 
(par Charl. de Brosses). Dijon, 
Fantin, 1777. 4°. 3 vols, with the 
portrait of de Brosses, and with 
plates and maps. 

The fragments at the end of the 3rd vol. 
are sometimes wanting. 

20084 — osuvre», traduction nouvelle 
par Dureau Delamalle. Par., Gi- 
guet, 1808. 12°. 2 voll. (5 fr., in 8". 
6 fr., and on vellum paper 1 2 fr.) 

With the Latin text. 

20085 — Salluste, traduction de C. 

L. MoUevaut. Ed. III. Par. 1813. 

8°. (6 fr. 50 c , in 12°. 4 fr. 50 c.) 
The 2nd edition appeared, Par, 1810. 

20086 — des hochberonipten Latinia 
5P3 



1650 



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chen historischreibers Salustij : zwo 
schon historien : Nemliche von des 
Catiline vnd auch des Jugurthen 
kriegen . . . Durch Dieterichen von 
Pleningen getheutscht. Landshut, 
J. Weyssenburger, 1515. small fol. 

With the signatures A-Gg^ without any 
numbering of the leaves. The first Oer- 
man tranHJation of Sallust. 

20087 — Chronica C. Crispi Salustii 

von dem Romischen Bundschuch, 

Rottung oder Emporung wider eyn 

Obergkeyt vnd Gemainen Nutz zu 

Rom . . . durch Lucium Catilinam 

angestift vnd practicirt. Hiebei 

iindestu auch den Krieg der Romer 

wider Jugurtham (iibs. von G. 

Sclirayer). Strb., Cammerlander, 

1534. foJ. 

Also, F/. a. Jf., G Robe, 1565. 8^ and 
with Cornelius Nepos. Strb. 1535. fol. 

20088 — von Catilinischer rottierung 
vnd Jugurthischem krieg verteut- 
Bcht : sambt etlichen Anmerkungen 
und Kriegsdiscoursen, durch W. 
von Calchum genannt Lohausen. 
Bremen, {VilUers), 1629. 4°. 

A copy on writing paper at Wolfen- 
bQttel. 

20089 — von Catilinarischer Zusam- 
menrottirung u. Jugurtischen Krieg, 
verteutschet durch Dn. Albinum^ 
sambt dess von Calchum Anmerkk. 
u. Kriegsdiscursen. Hmb., Nau- 
mann, 1662 (other copies^ 1663). 8®. 

20090 — romische Geschichtbesch- 
reibung in Teutsch ubersetzt von 
Btlis. Kindermann. Witt., Fince- 
lius^ 1662. 12. 

20091 — bellum Catilinarium et Ju- 
gurth. iibs. von Csp. Gottschling. 
Halle, Renger, 1719 or 34. 12°. 

20092 — von der Zusammenrottung 

des Catilina iibs. von Th. Abbt. 

Stadthagen, 1767. 8^ Neue Aufl. 

Ff. a M., 1767. 8°. 3. Aufl. Lem- 

go, 1770. 8°. — Th. Abbt Sallustius 

vom Kriege der Romer wider den 

Jugurtha, iibs. u. vollendet von 

J. Fr. Wagner. Lemgo^ ]Meyer, 

1772. 8°. 

Both parts together, Lemffo, 1800. 8"*. 
2 vols. (16 gr.) 



SAL 

20093 — Geschichte vom Katilinar. 
u. Jugurthin. Kriege, aus dem Lat. 
von Gf. Cr. Bottger. Lpz. 1771. 
8°. (10 gr.) 

20094 — Katilina u. Jugartha, aus 
dem Lat. iibs. von J. C. Hok. Ff. 
a. M. 1783 or 96 or 1818. 8". (18 
gr.) 

20095 — vom Katilinar. Kriege, iibs. 
u. mit histor. Anmerkk. begleitet 
von A. Gli. Meissner. Lpz., Breit- 
kopf, 1790. 4^ (2d.) 

20096 — Catilina u. Jugurtha deutsoh 
u. lat. von Alb. X. Weinzierl. 
Munchen, 1790. 8^ Alsoib., 1805. 
8°. 2 voll. (2 d.) 

20097 — Catilina, ubs. von J. Cp. 
Schliiter. Miinster, 1794. 8*^. (4gr.) 
Sallust's Jugurtha, nebst dessen 
Episteln iiber die Staatseinrichtung, 
iibs. von demselben. ib., 1795. 8°. 
(8 gr.) Rom. Geschichte erganzt 
von de Brosses, iibs. von demselben. 
Osnabr., 1799-1804. 8°. 6 voll. 
(6 d. 14 gr.) — Werke, lat. u. 
deutsch von J. Cp. Schluter. Miin- 
ster, Waldeck, 1806-7. (new title, 
1818). 8°. 2 voll. (i d. 12 gr.) 

20098 — Werke, iibs. von F. Froh- 
lich. Wien, Doll. 1805. 8°. 2 parts 
I d. — Catilina u. Jugurtha deutsch 
von C. L. von Woltmann. Prag, 
Calve, 1 81 4. 8°. (i d. 8 gr.)— Cati- 
lina, ubs. von G. F. W. Grosse. 
Halle, Hendel, 1816. 8^*. (8 gr.)— 
Uebriggebliebene Werke, ausser 
den Bruchstiicken, iibs. durch F. C. 
von Strombeck. Gott., Dietrich, 
1 81 7. 8°. (20 gr.) — Werke nebst 
einem Anhang der 4 Catil. Reden 
des Cicero. Aus der Urscbrift neu 
verdeutscht von L. Neuffer. Lpz., 
Hartmann, 1819. 8°. (i d. 4 gr.) 

20099 — Sallustius van de zamenz- 
weering van Catilina, vertaald door 
Fomelius. Franek., 161 3. 8°.— 
Jugurthynsche Oorlogen, vertaald 
door F. V. H(oogstraten). Rott. 
1 683. 1 20. — Over de samenzwering 
van Catilina. Benevens vier Rede- 
voeringen van Cicero over het 
zelfde Onderwerp. Uit het Latyn 



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vertaalt, en met Aanmerkingen en 
Ophelderingen vermeerderd door 
Jan ten Brink. Amst., Brink, 1 798. 
8^ (2 fl. lost.) 

20100 — here begynneth the famous 
cronycle of the warre^ which the 
romaynes had agaynst Jugurth; 
whiche cronycle is compyled in 
Latyn by Sallnst. And translated 
into Englysshe by Alex. Barclay. 
Lond., Rch. Pynson, without date, 
fol. Gothic letter, 86 leaves. 

There is also an edition, without place or 
date^ fol. 93 leaves. Corrected by Th. 
Paynelh LontL, Waiey, 1557. 8°. To the 
latter belongs, The oontpiraeie of Cataliney 
tramL by Alex. Barcklaye, Lmnd^ Waley^ 
»5S7- 8'. 

20101 — Salustius two most worthy 

and notable histories which remaine 
unmaimed to posterity, viz. the con- 
spiracie of Cataline and the warre 
with Jugurth. Lond., Jaggard, 
1608. fol. 

20102 — the workes of C. C. Salus- 
tins (translated by W. Crosse). 
(Lond.), Walkley, 1629. 12^ 

20103 — the works of Sallust, transl. 
into Engl, by J.Rowe. Lond. 1 709. 
16, 26, 30 or 39. 12°. 

20104 — works, transl. into Engl., 
with political discourses upon that 
author^ and a translation of Cicero's 
four orations against Catilina (by 
Th. Gordon). Loud., Woodward, 
1744 or 69. 4^ 

Diacaurt hUt, et polU. sur ScJltute, trad, 
de Vengl, de Gordon par Silhouette, Lau^ 
janne, 1759. Il^ 2 voll. 

20105 — history of the Catiline and 
Jugurthine wars, translated by 
H. Lee (with the Latin text). 
Lond., Hitch, 1 744. 4°. 

20106 — a new translation of the 
works of Sallust, with large expla- 
natory notes and a review of the 
Roman history, by W. Cooke, 
Lond. 1746. 8°. 

20107 — the history of Catiline's 
conspiracy and the Jugurthine war. 
With a new translation of Cicero's 
four orations against Catiline (by 
W. Rose). Lond. 1 751, 57 or 1813. 
8°. (68.) 



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20108 — history of Catiline's conspi- 
racy and the war with Jugurtha 
(lat.) with an English translation 
and notes, by J. Mair. Edinb. 
1756 or 70. I2^ ib., 1774. 8°. 

20109 — the history of Catiline's 
conspiracy (transl. from the Latin 
of Sallust), with the four orations 
of Cicero. To which are added 
notes and illustrations. By G. F. 
Sydney. Lond., Longman, 1795. 
8°. (58.) 

20110 — the works of Sallustius, 
translated into English with notes 
by H. Stewart. Lond. 1806. 4°. 

2 voll. (4I. I2S.) 

20111 — works, transl. by Arthur 
Murphy. Lond. 1807. 8®. (9s.) 

20112 — Sallustius paa Dansk af 
Sm. Hans. Wallenberg. Kbhn., 
Hoeg, 1702. 8^ 

20113 — Sallustii orationer, ofversat 
pa J. C. Sjobeck. Sth. 1774. 8°. 

20114 — Kaja Krispa Sallustiusza o 
woynach z Katilina i Jugurtha 
przekladania Dauida Pilchowski^o. 
Wilna, 1767. 8^ 

20115 — Cp. Ad. Ruperti observatt. 
civiles, morales et grammatico-phi- 
lol. ad SaUustium. Nrb., Tauber, 
1 67 1 . 8°. Ang. Mar. Peverati an- 
notatt. in Sallustii historiam de con- 
jur. Catil. et bello Jugurth. Nee 
non synopsis de historia. Ferrar., 
Pomatelli, 1731. 8^ Commentarius 
in Catilinarium Sallustii, auctore 
Bm. Zancho. Ven., Turratus, 1 554. 
8°. 

20116 — Dn. Gu. MoUeri diss, de 
Sallustio. Altorf. 1684.4°. C.Crisp. 
Sallustius oder historisch-krit. Un- 
tersuchung der Nachrichten von 
seinem Leben, der Urtheile iiber 
seine Schrr. u. der Erklarung der- 
selben, von O. Mr. Miiller. Zul- 
lich. u. Lpz., Darnmann, 181 7. 8^ 
(14 gr.) J. W. Lobell zur Beur- 
theilung des Sallustius. Bresl. Ho- 
laufer, 1 8 1 8. 8^ (8 gr.) J. F. Roos 
Pr. uber den moral. Charakter des 
Sallust. Giessen, 1788.4°. (Also in 
his Versuchen iiber die Classiker* 

5P4 



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ib., 1 790. 8°.) J. H. L. Meierotto 
de pmcipuis rerum Roman, aucto- 
ribuSj et quidem de Sallustii mori- 
bus. Berol. 1792. 8^ (logr.) Con- 
sult also Wieland zu Horatii Sati- 
ren I. 65 sq. Vaterland. Museum I. 
690 sq. J. J. H. Nast pr. de virtu- 
tibus historiae Sallustianse. Stutg. 
1785. 4^. J. Ch. Briegleb pr. de 
brevitate Sallustiana. Cob. 1774. 

20117 SALMASIUS, CI. De helle- 
nistica commentarius, controversiam 
de lingua hellenistica decidens et 
plenissime pertractans onginem et 
dialectos graecse linguae. LB., ex 
off. Elsevir. 1643. 4°. 

20118 — funus linguae hellenisticae s. 
confutatio exercitationis de Helle- 
nistis et lingua hellenist. (ace. ossi- 
legium hellenisticae) . LB., J. Maire, 
1643. 8°. 

20119 — epistolar. liber I. LB., 
Wyngaerden, 1656. 4°. Also on 
large paper. 

No more appeared. A clavis thereto 
in P, Cohmetii opiuco, UUraj, 1669. 11**, 
p. 177 sq. 

20120 — epistola ad And. Colvium 
super I Corinth. XI. de caesarie 
viror. et mulierum coma. LB., ex 
offic. Elzevir., 1644. 8^ 

20121 — de re militari Romanor. 
opus posthumum. LB., J. Elsevir. 

1657. 4^- 
Alfio in Grmmi thes, ant, Rom, X. 1284 

•q- 

20122 — de annis climactericis et an- 
tiqua astrologia diatribse. LB., El- 
zevir., 1648. 8°. 

20123 — de usuris liber. LB., ex off. 
Elsevirior., 1638. 8^ De modo 
usurar. liber, ib., id.. 1639. ^°- T^i^- 
sertatio de foenereTrapezitico. LB., 
Maire, 1640. 8°. Brevis confutatio 
notar. in dissertationem de trape- 
zitis. ib., id., 1640. 8*^. Diatribade 
mutuo, non esse alienationem, auc- 
tore Alexio a Massalia (CI. Sal- 
masio). ib. 1640. 8^ Responsin ad 
epistolam C. Aunib. Fabroti de 
mutuo. LB., Maire, 1645. 8°. 

20124 — Plinianie exercitationes in 



SAL 

Solini polyhistora. Item Solini po- 
Ivhistor ex vett. libris emendatus. 
Accessit huic editioni de homony. 
mis Hyles iatricae exercitationes an- 
tehac ineditse, et de Manna et Sac- 
charo. Traj. ad Rh. J. van den 
Water, 1689. fol. 2 voll. Also on 
large paper. 

Previously, Par,^ Drcuart^ 1639. fd. 1 
voU. — Chanion de la Rocfaette was employ- 
ed on a life of Salmasius, which unfor- 
tunately never appeared, see his MHanget^ 
III. 308 n.— See also Milton. 

SALMI, see Psalterium. 
8ALMIG0NDIS. see Moyen de 
parvenir. 

20125 SALMON, N. History and 
antiquities of Essex. Lond. 1740. 
fol. with plates. 

20126 — history of Hertfordshire. 
Lond. 1728. fol. with plates. 

20127 — stemmata latinitatis or 
an etymolc^cal Latin dictionary. 
Lond. 1796. large 8°. 2 voll. (il. 
I IS. 6d.) 

20128 SALMON, Pt. Dialogues en- 
tre Pierre Salmon et Charles VI. 
roi de France. Diverses lettres de 
Pierre Salmon. Concerning this 
unprinted work, written about 1 409, 
see Catal. Valli^re III. 197 sq. 
Notices et extraits V. 415 sq. 

20129 SALOMON. Odae gnostics 
Salomoni tributse, thebaice et la- 
tine (interprete C. Gf. Woidio), 

Erse&tione et aduotationibus philo- 
>gicis illustratae (edente F. Mun- 
tero). Havn., Schultz, 1812. 4°. 

Consult Millin Magax. Enoyd, 1815. II. 
383- 

20130 — proverb) di Salomone, con 
note da Egidio Petronj. Lond. 
1815. 8°. (12s.) 

See also GoLLATioyES. 

20131 SALOMONIS episc. Con. 
stantiensis glossK ex illustrissimis 
coUectse auctoribus (glossarium lat.) 
Without place or date, (AV,, ex 
monasterio SS, Udalrici et AfrcB, 
about T475). fol. 

287 leaves in 2 columns with 55 linesy 
without signatures, catchwords and pagina- 
tion. Consult Hummel*s Neue BtbL 9elU 
ner Bucher Si. 7. p. 334. Merkvr&rd. der 



SAL 

Zapf. Bibi. I. 130. Aretin*!! Beiirr. VII. 
9S7. Ccmoeniing a MS. of this work see 
ZapfBeiten m einiffe Klikler, p. 15. 

20132 SALOMONE Fiorentino. 
Poesie. Pisa, 1803. 8®. (5 paoli.) 
hivomo, 1 81 5. la"*. 2 voll. (4 lire.) 
Fir. J 818. 18°. a voll. 

20133 SALOMONIUS, Jac. Agri 
Patavini inscriptiones sacrse et pro- 
phanae^ quibus accedunt aliae vul- 
gatK a Jac. Ph. Tomasino. Patav.^ 
ex typ. semin., 1696. 4°. Urbis 
Patavinee inscriptiones sacrie et 
prophanse. ib., 1701. 4°. Inscriptt. 
Patavine sacra; et prophanie, editis 
ab eodem duobus voluminibus ad- 
dendfe. ib., Corona, 1708. 4°. 

All 3 vols, are seldom found together. 

20134 SALONIUS, episc. Viennen- 
sis. Ad Veranitun fratrem dialog! 
duo, in quorum altero paraliolas 
Salomonis, in altero autem eccle- 
siasten interprctatur. Bessarionis 
de ea parte evangelii, si eum volo 
manere etc. disceptatio (ed. J. Alex. 
Brassicanus). Hagenose, J. Sece- 
rius, 1532. 4^ 

The fint edidon very scarce. The last 
time in Bibl. PP, Lugd. VIII. 401 sq. 

20136 SALT, H. Voyage to Abys- 
sinia and travels into the interior 
part of that country in the years 
1 809 and 1810. Lond. 1 8 1 4. large 
4°. with plates and maps, (5I. 5s.) 

Also on large paper. 

In French by P. F. Henry, Par,, Moffi- 
mel, 1 8 16. 8". 2 vols, with an atlas in 4^ 

20136 — 34 large views taken in St. 
Helena, the Cape, Abyssinia, Egypt 
etc. Executed from the drawings of 
H. Salt. Lond. 1809. large fol. 
(27I. 68.) 

Finely coloured. It forms a necessary 
afipendage to Valentia*s and Salt's travels, 
as also to Daniel's oriental scenery. See also 

20137 SALTHENIUS, Dn. Biblio- 

thecs Dn. Salthenii libri rariores et 

raristtimi. Regiom., Hartung, 1751. 

8". 

This collection, which the Polish prince 
Jablonowski boaght entire, is nearly the 
last evidence of that mania for rarities, 
which had spread itself from Holland into 
Oermaiiy in the first half of the last cen- 
tury. The catalogue, which is now very 



SAL 



1653 



scarce, is worth preserving, as other cata- 
logues in their statements of rarities often 
r^er to this alone. And it really is enter- 
taining to see how httle was required by the 
honest collector at KBnigsbei^ to ascribe 
rarity to the most worthkss and common 
books. Often has he no other proof of 
such scarceness, except that the book does 
not occur in the (little) Joeher, or in 
Mencke's and Oundling's catalogues! It 
is neither unnecessary nor too severe to no- 
tice these absurdities, which have been so 
prejudicial to the funds of libraries. What 
treasures might not our German libraries 
have possessed, if at a time when the mar- 
kets were still full and the prices moderate, 
they had purchased with understanding ! 
But what the earlier and better instructed 
English and French suffered to remain in 
the Dutch warehouses with contempt, at 
that time we brought home with ddight, 
and now our book-shelves bend under the 
weight of worthless and scarce articles 
forsooth, which neither afford pleasure to 
those who inspect them, nor inform those 
who are desirous of knowledge. A person 
ought to be a librarian, in order to feel 
how often he would be tempted on an ex- 
amination of old library aooounts with re- 
ference to that unhappy period of rarity to 
exclaim, O mihi dujecto* r^erat n Jupiter 
nummoi. 

20138 SALUSTE, seigneur du Bar- 
tas, Gu. CBuvres auementees de 
commentaires etc. et de leur suite 
(par. Sim. Goulard). Par. 161 1. 
fol. 

20139 — ceuvres poetiques. G^n^ve, 
1601. 12''. 3 parts in i vol. 

20140 — la seconde semaine ou en- 

fance du monde. Par., THuillier^ 

1584. 4^ 

Two copies on vellum in the Royal li- 
brary at Paris (one bought at d^Ourehes^s 
sale for 120 fr., the other at McCarthy's 
sale for 60 fr.). 

20141 — la seconde semaine ou en- 

fance de monde. Par. 1571. 4®. 

A copy on vellum in the Af enarsian li- 
brary (Haye^ 1720. 8". p. 337. No. 2474.) 
was sold for 3 1 Dutch florins. 

20142 SALUTATUS, Linus Colu- 
cius Pierius. Epistolie a Jos. Ri- 
gaccio edit» et scholiis illustratie. 
Flor., Bruscagli, 1741-42. 8^ 2 
voU. 

20143 SALUZZO, Diodata. Poesie. 
Pisa, 1802. 8°. 2 voll. 

There are only 3 copies on vellum paper. 
—Previously, Twrino, 1796. 8*. 



1654 



SAL 



20144 SALVA, Giu8. fidili Vitalie. 
La Sicilia liberata. Poema eroicu 
sicilianu. Palermo^ 1815. 12^ 5 
voU. 

20145 SALVAGE. Anatomie du 

gladiateur combattant. Par., le Nor- 

mant, 18 12. large fol. 

This fine work contains 22 plates, 15 of 
which are illuminated (80 fr., with contre- 
^preuves 100 fr., on rellum paper 160 fr., 
on vellum paper with oontre-4$preuves 
200 fr.) 

SALVATICUS, see Porchetus. 
SALVATOR ROSA, see Rosa. 

20146 SALVI, Mch. Ang. Istorie 
di Pistoja e delle fazioni d'ltalia. 
T. I. Roma, Lazari, 1656. 4"^. 
T. II. Pistoja. Fortunati, 1657. 4°. 
T, III. Ven., Valvasense, 1662. 4**. 
3 voll. 

20147 SALVIANUS Massiliensis. 
Salviani Massil. et Vincentii Lirin. 
opera. St. Baluzius ad fid. veterum 
codd. MSS. emendavit ei notis 11. 
lustravit. Ed. III. Par., Muguet, 

1684. 8^ 

There is a mere reprint of this edition in 
GallaruUi BibL PP. X. 1-102. Also» Ven, 
1728. 8'. 

20148 — Salviani et Vincentii Lirin. 

opera. Cum libro commentario Cr. 

Rittershusii ac notis integris Weit- 

zii, Adami etc, Bremse, Brauer, 

1688. 4°. 

Printed from the ind edition of Baluzius 
of 1669, so that the new materials of the 
preceding are wanting. 

20149 — OBUvres trad, en fran9. (par 
Mareuil). Par., Delespine, 1734. 



12°. 



20150 SALVIANUS, HippoL Aqua- 
tilium animalium historiae liber pri- 
mus^ cum eorundem formis aere 
excusis. Romse {Hippol. Salvia- 
ntu), 1554. large fol.^ with plates 

printed in the text. 

A work still prized. Some copies end 
with leaf 255 (wrongly numbered 257), 
others hare a 256th leaf, which contains 
on the foiio recto errata, the register, and 
the following colophon, Rommy apud eun- 
dem Hippol, ScUvianum, m, Oct, 1557. 
In other copies the colophon is dtrted, 
mense JanuariOy 1558. All the three kinds 
of copies however are of one and the same 



SAL 

printing. There are also separate impres- 
sions of the 09 plates of this work without 
anv text on 82 leaves in small folio» with a 
title of 1554, and an Italian advertisement 
by Ant. Lafteri, dated the 20th of March^ 

1559- 
The work, even on lai^ paper, is not very 

scarce {Dibdin Decam. II. 484), but a copy 
on large paper from de Thou*s library was 
sold at Edwards's sale for 31I. los. on ac- 
count of the binding. 

20151 SALVIATI, Jac. Cronica 
dall' anno 1398-1411. Fir., Cam- 
biagi, 1784. 8^ 

In the 1 8th vol. of the Delurie degH eru- 
diH Toecanu 

20152 SALVIATI, Ln. Avverti- 
menti della lingua sopra il Deca- 
merone. Vol. I. Ven., Guerra, 
1584. Vol. IL Fir., Giunti, 1586. 

4°. 
Also, Napoliy Raillard, 1712. 4^ 2 volL 

Both editions are dted by the academy 

della Crusca. In the edition of 171 2 a 

sheet with the signature Nn is sometimes 

wanting at the end of the ist book after 

p. 280, which contains the 9th novel of 

the I St day in different Italian dialects. 

20153 — delle orazioni nuovamente 
racoolti libro primo. Fir.^ Giunti^ 

1575- 4°. 

No more of this collection appeared. These 
orations were previously fNiblished sepa- 
rately, see Gamba, I. 391 sq. His Oro- 
jgione funerale delle lodi di Pier Vettori, 
Fir,, Giuntiy 1585. 4°. is not in this edi- 
tion, nor those on Alfonso and Louis d'Este 

(1587). 

20154 — lezioni cinque dette nell' 
accademia Fiorentina. Fir., Gi- 
unti, J575. 4°- . 

20155 — il granchio, commedia in 

yersi. Fir., figliuoli di Lr. Torren- 

tino, 1566. 8°. 
This cited edition is scarce. 

20156 — il granchio e la spina com- 
medie, e un dialogo dell' amicizia, 
del medesimo autore. Fir., Cosimo 
Giunti, 1606. 8°. 

The intermedj of Bn. da Nerli, which 
are in the preceding edition, are wanting 
here in the ist comedy. The Spina ap- 
peared previously, Ferrara, 1592. 8°., and 
the Dialogo, Fir, 1564. 8**. 

20157 — opere. Mil. 1802-10. 8^ 
5 vols., with Salviati's portrait 
(CUusici IlaL) 



SAL 

20158 SALVINI, Ant. Mar. Dis- 

corsi accademici sopra alcuni dubbj 

proposti neir accademia degli Apa- 

tisti. Fir., Gius. Manni^ ^^5" 

1735. 4^ 3 voU. 

There is a new edition of the ist vol., 
Ftr., Manniy 1735. 4**. enlarged with an 
index. 

20159 — prose toscane. (T. I.) Fir., 
Guiducci, 1715. T. II. Fir., Man- 
ni, 1 735. 4°. 2 voU. 

There is a far inferior reprint of the ist 
voL with the same date, which may be dis- 
tinguished by its having in p. 297 line 23, 
e il genio, instead of e si il penioy as it is in 
the genuine and correct edition. 

20160 — prose sacre. Fir., Tartini e 
Franchi, 17 16. 4°. — Ediz. corre- 
data di aggiunte. Mil.^ Silvestri, 
1820. i6^ 

20161 — sonetti. Fir., Tartini e 

Francbi, 1728. 4"*. Also on large 

paper. 

There are also 14 stHinets by him not 
before printed, in Oputeoii inedili tU eeiebri 
aiUori ToBcani. Vol. I, Fir, 1807. 8**. 
Concerning his own inedited commentary 
on his own sonnets, see Moretti Codici 
tfolgari delta bibl, Naniana p. 144 sq. 

20162 SALVUCCI, Salvuccio. No- 
velle, distinte particolarmente in 
dodici mesi dell' anno. Fir., Fr. 
Tosi, 1591. 4®. 

Very scarce, and wanting even in Borro- 
meo*s collection. Two of them are re- 
printed in the Novelle di alcuni autori 
FiorenHni. Lend, 1795. 8^ 

10163 SAMBUCUS, J. Icones ve- 

terum aliquot ac recentium medi- 

corum philosophorumque elegiolis 

suis editffi, opera J. Sambuci. 

Antw., Cp., Plantinus, 1574. fol. 

1 leaves of prelimuiary matter, and 67 
numbered engraved portraits with a dis- 
tich under eadi. Nos. 49, 52, 57, and 60, 
are left blank. The impressions are slo- 
venly. Sambucus himself in the preface 
does not vouch for the authenticity of all 
the portraits, but those of his contempora- 
ries may weU be considered as authentic. 

20164 — veterum aliquot ac recen- 
tium medicorum pbilosophorumq. 
icones ; ex bibliotbeca J. Sambuci ; 
cum ejusd. ad singulas elogiis. Free- 
misso hac editione yit«e singulorum 
et scriptorum indiculo ; additis sub 



SAM 



1()55 



finem diversorum de eisdem enco- 
miis. Ex officina Plantiniana Ra- 
pbelengii, 1603. fol. 

6 unnumbered leaves of preliminary mat- 
ter besides the dtle-plate of the preceding 
edition, the middle part of which however 
is left blank, 67 numbered portraits with 
the same diistichs, and 5 unnumbered 
leaves of encomia at the end. The por- 
traits are not only the same plates, but 
also of the same impressions, the prelimi- 
nary and supplementary matter alone being 
new. Nos. 49, 52, 57, and 60, are blank 
also here. 

20165 — Veterum aliquot ac recen- 
tium medicorum pbilosopborumq. 
icones; ex bibliotli. J. Sambuci. 
Cum ejusdem ad singulas elogiis. 
Amst., ex oiF. Gu. Janssonii, 1612. 
fol. 

67 tallies of plates liesides the title-plate. 
The additions of the preceding edition are 
omitted, and the engravings are indeed 
from the same plates, but are new impres- 
sions. Neither are the 4 vacant tables 
here filled up, and this 3rd edition exactly 
resembles the first — Also with a Dutch 
title, LXI vencheyden sehoone Comporti' 
mente seer nut en diensHffh voor Beeldtsny' 
dersy Schilders etc. Amst,, W, Jansxwny 
1613. fol. 

20166 — emblemata, cum aliquot 
numis antiqui operis. Antw., Plan- 
tinus, 1564. 8**. with woodcuts. Al- 
tera editio cum emendatione et 
auctario copioso ipsius auctoris. 
ib., id., 1566. 8°. with woodcuts. 
Tertia editio cum emendatione. ib., 
id., 1569. 12^ Emblemes trad, du 
latin en vers. fTan9. ib., id., 1567. 
16°. with woodcuts. Emblemata, 
inNederlantsche tale ghetrouwelyck 
overgheset. ib., id., 1566. 16°. with 
woodcuts. 

The woodcuts of this edition are uncom- 
monly neat. 

20167 SAMMARTHANI fratres, 
Scttvola et Lud. Gallia Christiana 
in provincias distributa, in qua se- 
ries et historia archiepiscopor.^ epi- 
scopor. et abbatum, regionum om- 
nium, quas vetus Gallia complecte- 
batur, ab origine ecclesiarum ad 
nostra tempora deducitur et proba- 
tur. Opera et studio monachor. 
congreg. S. Mauri. Par.^ typ. reg., 



1656 



SAM 



17(5-85. fol. 13 voll. Also on 

large paper. 

CL Robert gave the dnt plan of this 
work, Par. 1^6. foL So^role and L. de 
Sainte Marthe produced a and edition, 
Par» 1656. fol. 4 vols. The above work 
is completely new, of whicii Denis de 
Sainte furnished the first 3 vols. (1715- 
95). The subsequent volumes are by 
Thiroux, Hodin, Duclou, Brioe, du Plessis, 
Henri, Taschereau, Leveau, and Prevoet 
Three vols, are still wanting ; two for the 
province of Tours, and one for the pro- 
vinces of Besan^on, Vienne, and Utrecht. 

20158 SAMMICHELI. Fabbriche 
di Mch. Sammicheli, diseffnate, in- 
cise ed illustrate da Fd. AlbertoUi. 
Mil. 1 816. oblong fol. with plates. 

SAMMLUNO, see Manessen and 

Cp. H. MULLER. 

SAMMONICUS, see Sbrenus. 
SAMPAYO, see Carvalho. 

20169 SAMUEL Rabbi. Tractato 
de requisitione dubiose et argomenti 
circa il fondamento della vera fede. 
cum la dicbiaratione de le profetie. 
BoL, without the printer's name 
(Rugerius et Bertochus), 17 Jun. 

1475- 4°- 

38 leaves without sig^iatures, catchwords, 
and pagination. A very scarce edition of 
this translation of the well-known Epittola 
ad B. Isaac. The first dated edition of the 
Latin original is in P. de S. Maria scrii- 
Hnium scripturar, Manhup^ SehaUtu, 
1 475. fd. — CartOy que hum Rabbino, eha~ 
meido Samuely etcreveu a mUro RabbinOy 
chamado ImoCj tradudda por Fr. Fer- 
nandeM Praia. Lub. 1651.8°. ib. 1675. 4°* 

SAN Concordio, see Ahmaestra- 

MENTI. 

SAN Luigi^ see Delizie. 

20170 SANGHEZ de la Ballesta, 
Alonso. Dictionario de vocablos 
castellanos, aplicados a la proprietad 
latina. Salamanca, J. j And. Re- 
naut, 1587. 4°. 

20171 SANCHEZ, Jos. Ant. de 
Villa Senor y. Theatro americano, 
descripcion general de los reynos y 
provincias de la nueva Espana. 
Mexico, 1 746. fol. 2 voll. 

20172 SANCHEZ, Matteo. Voca- 
bulario de la lengua Bisaya. Ma- 
nilla, 171 1, fol. 

20173 SANCHEZ, Th. Disputa- 



SAN 

tionum de sancto matrimonii Sacra- 
mento tomi tres. Antw., Mt. Nu- 
tius, 1607. foL 

A scarce and esteemed edition of a work, 
which on account of its entering often into 
an indecent detail, still has its admirers. 
The 1st edition appears to be, T. I. 
Genua, 1602. fol. T. II. III. Ven. 1606. 
foL Repeated, Antw. 1614, 26, and 52. 
foL Ven. 1625, 1603, 1712, and 26. foL 
Lugd. 1657, 679 <^^ ^9- fo^* 'The piquant 
part of the work is wanting in the fcAlow- 
ing abridgments; Apkoritmi Th. Sanehex 
Mam eyus X Hbror. de matrimonio doe^ 
trinam compendio oonHnentes. Gr«0tt, 
1 64 1 8"., or Ff. a. M. iyi2. 8^ Eman. 
Lr. Soare* compendium tractahu de S. ma~ 
trimonii sacramenlo. Col., Agr. 1623. 12°. 
And. Cadai EpUome in Th. SancheM de 
matrimonio. Bris. 1656. 8"., or Bergomi, 
1660. 8^ 

20174 SANCHEZ, Th. Ant. Co- 
leccion de poesias castellanas ante- 
riores al siglo XV. Madr., Sancha, 
1779-90. 8°. 4 voll. (36 rs.) 

A very important collection, in which 
the literary introductions and the giossaries 
especially are uncommonly interesting. 

20175 SANCHUNIATHON. Phoe- 
nician history, translated from the 
first book of Eusebius De preepara- 
tione evangelica. With a conti- 
nuation of Sanchoniatho's history 
by Eratosthenes*s canon, which Du 
cwarchus connects with the first 
Olympiad. Illustrated with many 
historical and chronol. remarks by 
Rch. Cumberland. Lond., Wilkin, 
1720. 8**. 

20176 — allegories orientales ou le 
fragment de Sanchoniaton, qui con. 
tient rhistoire de Saturne etc. par 
Court de Gebelin. Par. 1773. 4°. 

20177 — Rch. Cumberland's phonic. 
Historic des Sanchuniathons, aus 
dem ersten Buche des Eusebius 
de preepar. evang. ubs. Nebst einer 
Fortsetzung des Sanchuniathon 
durch des Eratosthenes Canon. Aus 
dem Engl. Qbs. von J. Ph. Cassell. 
Magdeb. 1755. 8°. 

20178 — a discourse concerning San- 
choniathon's Phoenician history, by 
H. DodweU. Lond. 1681. 8^ Ed. 
II. ib., eod., 8. Ed. III. corrected 



SAN 
and improved, ib., Tooke, 1691. 

The history of the controversy oonceming 
Sanchoniathon, in Fabriey Sur Vipoque de 
riquitaHon, 1. 11 1. 

SANGUIS de Arevalo, see Rodb- 
Ricus Zamorensis. 

20179 SANCLEMENTIUS, H. De 
vulgaris terse emendatione. Rom»> 
1 793. large fol. (3 scudi.) 

20180 — de numo M. T. Ciceronis e 
magnatibus Lydise cum ejus ima- 
sine signato. Romse, 1805. 4°. 
(60 baj.) 

20181 — musei Sanclementiani nu- 
mismata selecta regum^ populor. et 
urbium grseca, segyptiaca et colo- 
niarum illustrata. Rome, 1804. 4°. 
4 vols, with plates (8 scudi). 

20182 SANCLEMENTE, Pt. Gius. 
Le muse Siciliane, overo scelta di 
tutte le canzoni della Sicilia, rac- 
colta da Pier Gius. Sanclemente. 
Palermo^ 1645-52. 12°. 5 voll. 

Repeated, ib. 1662. 12'*. 5 vols. A col- 
lection of poems in the Sidhan dialect, to- 
gether wiih a small grammar and lexicon. 
To which may be joined, Nuova tcelta di 
rime SioUiane {per Gaeiano M, BenH- 
venffo). Palermo, 1110, 8**. 1 voll. 

20183 SANCTA CLARA, Abr. a. 
Abrabamisches Bescheidessen. Nrb. 
1 714. 4°. Wien, 1717 or 19. 4^ 
Wien. u. Briinn, 1737. 4^ 

20184 — Abrabamisches Gebabdicfa- 
wohl. Nrb. 1 729. 4**. Wien u. Nrb. 
1737.4°. Wien, 1739. 4°- 

20185 — Abrahamisches Iiauberbiitt. 
Tb. I. 2. Wien u. Nrb. 1738. Th. 
3. ib. 1750. 4^ 

20186 — Auf auf ihr Christen. Wien, 
1683, or 84, or 85. 8^ 

20187 — Etwas fur alle. Wurzb. 
171 1. 8°. 3 voll. 

20188 — Gack Gkck d. i. Wallfarth 
Maria Stem in Taxa. Miinch. 1687 
or 88. 8°. Colin, 1688. 8°. Wien, 

1732. 8^ 

20189 — heilsames G^misch Ge- 
mascb. Wiirzb. i704.4°.with plates. 

20190 — Huy u. Pfuy der Welt. 
Wien, 1680. 8^ Wurzb. 1706. or 
10, or 25. 4°. Salzburg, 17 10. 4^ 
Nrb. 1725. 4^ 



SAN 16557 

20191 — Judas der Erzscbelm. Salzb. 
1710. 4**. Nrb. 1718. 4^ 

20192 — der geistlicbe Kramerladen. 
Wurzb. 1725. 4°. 

20193 — losch Wien. Wien, 1680. 
8°. Salzb. 1687. 4^ Wien, 1690 or 
1712. 8^ 

20194 — merks Wien. Wien, 1680 
or 1710. 8°. 

20195 — merks wobl Soldat. Wien» 
1680. 8°. 

20196 — ganz neu ausgebecktes Nar- 
rennest oder curieuse Werkstatt 
mancherlei Narren u. Narrinnen. 
Wien, 1751. 8°. 3 voll. 

20197 — CBsterreicbisches Deo Gra- 
tias. Wien, 1681. 8°., or Salzb. 
1 7 10. 8^ 

20198 — Reimb dich oder icb liss 
dich, d. i. allerlejr Materien, Dis- 
cours. Concept u. Predigen, welche 
bisshero in unterscbiedlicben Trac- 
tatlein gedruckt worden ; Nunmebr 
aber in ein Werk zusammenge- 
reimbt u. zusammengeraumbt. Lu- 
cern, 1 688. 4°. Colin, 1 69 1 , or 93 . 
1702. 4°. Salzb. 1708. 4°. Augsb. 

1754- 4°- 
It contains 16 pieces, among which is 

also to be found, Merks Wien, Groue 

Todtenbruderschaft, Loech Wiefiy Attf aiuf 

ihr Chrisien, and (Estrich. DeognUiae. 

20199 — Todtencapelle. Wurzb. 
1 7 1 o or II. 8°. with plates. Nrb. 
1720. 8°. 

20200 — Wintergriin oder anmuthige 
u. kurzweilvoUe Gescbichte u. Ge- 
dichte. Nrb. 1700, 31, or 33. 4°. 
Augsb. 1 766. 4°. witb plates. 

20201 — Pater Abr. a S. Clara aus- 
erlesene Gedanken, Anekdoten, 
Fabeln, Scbnurren u. Mahrcben. 
2e verm. u. verb. Aufl. Wien, Ge- 
rold, 1 817. 8°. 2 voll. (i d. 12 gr.) 

His entire works have also been trana- 
lated into Dutch. 

SANCTA MARIA, see Paulus. 
SANCTA Trinitate, see Philippus. 

20202 SANCTIO pragmatica. Par., 
And. Brocard, 1507. 8°. 

ao5 and 43 leaves. A copy on vellum in 
the Royal library at Paris. 

20203 — la pragmatique sanction en 



1668 SAN SAN 

franooys. Without place or date nunc primum in luoem edita. Ro- 

(Par., about 1510.) 4^ 0186,1791.4°. 

88 and 46 numbered leaves, and i un- 20212 — musei Borgiani codices ma- 
numbered leaf. A copy on veUum in the nuscripti Avenses, Peguani, Sia- 
Royal hbrary at Pam. ^j^j ^^ animadversionibus illus- 

20204 — sanctio pragmatica Germa- ^^^^.5 Accedunt monumenta et 
nor. illustrata. Edid. Cp. Gu. Koch, cosmogonia indico-thibetana. Romse, 

^J?"' ^}^^^^' ^?^?• '^°: . .X 1793- 4°- with plates. 

TfV'^fi'ifr^^'"^ ^»»«mto«. FrtbuTff. ^ _ scitismo sviluppato sui mo- 

111. 480. note. ... J- . J 1 '^ -n 

oAOAE c A xTrt'FTrfcXTT^c c* 1 nuuienti mdici del museo iSorgiano. 

20205 SANCTIONES Siculse nunc ti ^ ^ .© 

Roma, 1793. 4°. 

pnmum exciM* ant extra corpus _;_ '^^^^^^ historico-criticum 

jun8n.umcipali8hactenu8ya»mte8. ^.^^ indicorum bibliothecae S. 

QigestiB atque m unum redactae. ^. . , ^-^^ 

Pa'i:ormi,p\Bentivenga, 1750-54. ^T^TqTV ^"^^* 

onoAfi c A xTrirpTTTG T? i^k 20215 — India onentalis Christiana. 

20206 SANCTIUS, Fr. Opera om- „ - o •♦u i«4.^- ««*i « 
nia. cum auctoris vita (a (3r. Ma- ««'««. >794.^4°j '^'^V^^ «»** » 

jando scripta). Geneve, 1766. 8^ 2;^i^_ Je veteribSs InL" disser- 

o^A., ' TijT' J • !• tatio. Romee, 1795. 4°. 

20207 — Minerva s. de causis linguae «^„,^ • '1,^ t1j:« ^.i^^i^oi; 
1 ^. ^ . J J5^ 20217 — viagino alle Inoie onentali. 
latmee commentaruis, cum addita- « ^^ .0 '-.i, .« ^i«*«- . 
mentis Csp. Scioppii et notis Jac. ^J"»' '796- 4°- with «» plate^ 

o^.' ••*.#-« T r> • T Voyage atue Indes onenkues, trad, de 

Penzonn et C. L. Baueri. Lps., ^taUen avec les observations de AnqueHl 

Barth, 1 793-1801. 8°. 2 voll. (4 d.) Duperron, J. RMd. Forster et SUv. de 

The index was prepared by F. Ch. Sacy, Par, 1808. 8^. 3 vols, with an atlas 

Schneider. in 4^ (20 fr.) 

20208 — — ed]d« Everard. Scheid. 20218 — de antiquitate et affinitate 
Ed. VII. Amst., Hengst, 1 809. 8°. linguae Zendicse Samscrdamicae et 

SANCTIUS de Arevalo, see Rode- germanicn dissertatio. Patav. 1798. 

RICU8 Zamorensis. 4®. 

SANGTO Aloysio, see Ildephon- 20219 — Amarasinha s. dictionarii 

BUS. samscrdamici sectio prima, cum in- 

20209 SANCTO Bartholomaeo, Pan- terpretatione latina. Romae, 1 798. 
linus a. Sidharubam s. gramma- 4°. 

tica samscrdamica, cui accedit dis- 20220 — Jornandis vindicise de Var 

sertatio historico-critica in linguam Hunnorum. Romae, 1802. 4°. 

samscrdamicam. Romae, ex typ. 20221 — de latini sermonis origine 

congr. de prop, fide, 1 790. 4°. et cum orientalibus linguis con- 

20210 — systema brahmanicum litur- nexione dissertatio. Romae, Ful- 
gicum, mythologicum et civile, ex goni, 1802. 4°. 

monumentis indicis musei Bor- 20222 — de basilica S. Pancratii. 

giani, dissertationibus historicis et Romae, 1803. 4°. 

criticis illustratum. Romae, 1791. 20223 — Vyacarana s. locupletissdma 

4°. with plates. samscrdamicae linguae institutio. 

A representation of the Indian Brah- Romae, 1804. 4°. 

manic mythology, rdigious customs, and 20224 SANCTO Blasio, Bt. de. 

?^.'n'a.^''*JS'ia«? Tractatusdeactionibus Ven Erh. 

1797. 4". with 30 pLites (3d.) J, F, Kleu^ Ratdolt, 1481. fol. Gothic letter. 

ker doM Brahman, ReUffimu-syttem, Rigoy A very neat copy on vellum in the Royal 

Hartknoch, 1797. 8'. (2 d.) Ubrary at Munich. 15 leaves in a columns 

J . 11* PaffM ^A^ and 35* contain a table, and 

20211 — centum adagia malabanca, ^^ leaves are in consequence larger than 
cum textu originali et versione lat. the rest. The colophon is in leaf aiW 



SAN 

SANCTO Burgo, ses Dionysius. — 
Conoordio, see Bartholomaus. 

20225 SANCTO Josepho, Pt. Ang. 
(Labrosse) a. Pharmacopoea Per- 
sica, ex idiomate Persico in lat. 

conversa. Par. i68i. 8°. 

Labroflne was only the editor, and the 
real translator was father Matthieu. 

20226 — gazophylacium linguie Per- 

saram, triplici linguarum davi ita- 

licse, latinse, gallics etc. reseratum. 

Amst. 1684. ^^^' 

Far inferior to Gastellus in copiousness 
and in accuracy of orthography. 

20227 SANCTO Josepho, Mch. a. 
BiUiographia critica sacra et pro- 
fana. Matriti, 1740-42. fol. 4 volL 

20228 SANCTO PAULO, C. a. 

Geographia sacra s. noticia antiqua 

dioecesium omnium veteris eccie- 

sise, cum notis Lucie Holstenii, et 

X tabulis geographicis. Amst.^ Fr. 

Halma, 1703. — Oeographia sacra 

ex veteri et novo testamento de- 

sumpta^ in tabb. consignata a N. 

Sanson, cum notis J. Clerici. ib., 

id., 1 704. — Eusebii Caesariensis 

onomasticon urbium et locor. S. 

Script. Brocardi monachi descriptio 

terree sanctse. ib., id., 1707. fol. 3 

parts in 2 vols. 

An esteemed work, the 3rd part of 
which is sometimes to be met with by it- 
sdf. 

SANCTO Victore, see Hugo and 

RiCHARDUS. 

20229 SANCTO Vincentio, Gr. a. 
Opus geometricum quadraturse cir- 
culi et sectionum coni, decern li- 
bris comprehensum. Antw. 1647. 
fol. 

SANCTUS Severus, see I^everus. 
SANDBY, 6u. For a series of his 

impressions of Latin classics, see 

H0RATIU8, No. 10212. 

20230 SANDBY, P. Recueil des 
vues de I'Am^rique septentrionale 
et des Indes occidentales, gravees 
d'apr^ les dessins pris sur les lieux 
par Sandby, Grignon etc. avec Tex- 
plication en angl. et en fran^. 
Lond. 1768. oblong fol. with 27 
plates. 



SAN 



1659 



20231 — recueil de 150 vues choisies 
en Angleterre, le pays de Galles^ 
I'Ecosse et TLrlande^ gravees par 
Hooker, Watts etc. Liond.^ Boy dell, 
1783. oblong fol. 2 voll. 

SANDEBAR, see Sendbbad. 

20232 SANDER, Ant. Flandria il- 

lustrata. Col., Corn, ab Egmond, 

1641-44. large fol. 2 vols, with 

plates. 

The real printer and publisher was J. 
Blaeu of AmBterdam, and Blaeu himself 
states in the second preface to his ThetUrum 
urbium Betgica, that a 3rd vol. was to 
have appeared. This original edition is 
preferred to the modem one, Hag. Com, 
1 730. fcL 3 vols, (also on large paper), on 
account of its better impressions. 

20233 — chorographia sacra Bra- 

bantifie. Brux. 1659. large fol. 2 

vols. 

The original edition of a work prized for 
its accuracy, the and vol. of which is so 
scarce, that only 5 or 6 copies are known. 
There is a copy of it in die Royal library 
at Paris. This' 2nd vol. is made up of 
separate pieces, which appeared at Bnis- 
sds 1659-63, and at Antwerp, 1664^9. 
The entire impression of it is said to 
have been long suppressed, and to have 
been wholly destroyed in the bombard- 
ment of Brussels in 1695, so that only 
those copies which had been given as pre- 
sents by the author escaped. Longman set 
down a copy of both vols, in his catalogue 
of 1816 at 53L 106. The new edition^ 
Hag. Com.y van Loon, 1 726, 27. fol. 3 vols, 
with plates, contains augmentations, but it 
is not dear. 

20234 8ANDFORD, Pr. Genealo. 
gical history of the kings of Eng- 
land and monarchs of Great Britain 
from the conquest a. 1066 to the 
year 1677. Continued with addi- 
tions and sculpture by Sm. Steb. 
bing. Lond. 1 707. fol. with plates. 

Very scarce on large paper (38L Long- 
man). Previously, Lond. 1677 <^^ 1683. 
fol. The edition of 1677 is sought after on 
account of the first impressions. 

20235 — history of the coronation of 
James II. king of England. In 
the Savoy, Newcomb, 1687. fol. 
with plates. 

20236 SANDIFORT, Ed. Thesau- 
rus dissertationum, programmatum 
aliorumque opusculorum ad omnem 



1660 



SAN 



medicinam facientium. Vol. I. II. 
Rot. 1768-69. Vol. III. LB. 1778. 
4^. 3 vols, with plates. 

20237 — exercitationes anatomico- 
academicae. LB. 1783-85. 4-. 2 
vols, with plates. 

20238 — observationes anatomico- 
pathologies. LB. 1778. 4^ 4 voll. 

20239 — opuscula anatomica selec- 
tiora. LB. 1788. 8". 

20240 — musaeum anatomicum aca- 
demise Lugduno-Batavse. LB. 1 793. 
large fol. 2 vols, with 136 plates. 

20241 SANDOVAL, Prudencio de. 
Historia de los reyes de Castilla y 
de Leon. Pamplona, Labayen^ 
1615 (new title 1634). fol. 2 voll. 

Bert, Madr,^ Cvkm^ 1792. 4^ 2 vob.(8ee 
above, Ck:AMPO.) 

20242 — chronica del inclito empe- 
rador de Espana Alonso VII. 
Madr., Sanchez, 1600. fol. 

Included in the preceding work. 

20243 — la vida y hechos del empe- 
rador Carlos V. Pamplona, 1618 
or 34. fol. 2 voll. 

Also, VaOadol. 1604 foL Madr. 1675. 
fol. Amberetj 1681. foL Sema Santander 
had a lai^ge-paper copy of the edition of 
1634. 

20244 SANDRART, Jo. von. L'aca- 
demia todesca della architettura, 
scultura e pittura, oder teutsche 
Academie der edeln Bau-Bild-u» 
Mahlerkunst. Nrb. 1675-79. ^^' 
4 parts in 2 vols, with plates. 

This original edition, which is still indis- 
pensable, and which at the same time has 
a preference on account of its plates, is 
daily becoming scarcer. 

20245 — academia nobilissimse artis 
pictorise. Nrb., Proberger, 1683. 
fol. with plates. 

A translation of a part of the preceding 
work. (k>nsult Mohtin Verxeichniaa emer 
Sammiung von BUdmuBen II. 209 sq. 

20246 — insignium Romse templor. 

Prospectus exteriores et interiores. 
^rb., without date. fol. with 73 
plates. 

20247 — sculpturee veteris admiranda 
s. delineatio perfectissimar. statuar. 
Nrb., Froberger, 1680. fol. with 
plates. 



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20248 — iconologia deorum, oder 
Abbildung der Cotter^ welche von 
den Alten verehrt worden. Nrb., 
Froberger, 1680. fol. with plates. 

20249 — Rom 86 antiiquse et nove 
theatrum. Nrb. 1684. fol. with 
plates. 

20250 — Romanorum fontinalia s. 
intra et extra urbem Romam fon- 
tium delineatio. Nrb. 1685. fol. 
with plates. 

20251 — deutsche Akademie der 
Bau-Bildhauer-u. Mahlerkunst. 
Bei dieser neuen Ausg. verandert, 
in eine bessere Ordnung gebracht 
u. durchgehends verbessert von J. 
Jac. Volkmann. Nrb., Endtner, 
1768-75. fol. 8 vols, with plates 
(40 d.). 

Besides the many errors and deficiencies 
of this new edition, which are in part cen- 
sured in the GSU. pel. Anx. 1772. p. 779 
and 8 1 2, there is also omitted much valu- 
able information for the history of German 
artists; on account of which the ist edition 
is quite indispensable. 

SANDVIG, see Edda. 

20252 SANDWICH, earl of. Voy- 
age performed round the Mediter- 
ranean in the years 1738-39, writ- 
ten by himself, to which are pre- 
fixed memoirs of the author's life 
by J. Cooke. Lond. 1799 or 1807. 
4*^. with plates (2I. 2s ). 

SANGE, danske, see Edda. 

20253 SANMARTINO, Matteo di. 
Pescatoria ed egloghe. Without 
place or date {Ven., Giolito, 1540). 
8^ 

20254 SANNAZARIUS, Actius 
Siucerus. De partu virginis libri 
III. Eclogse V. Salices. De morte 
Christi. Neap., Ant. Fretia Cori- 
naldinus^ 1526. 4°. 

70 leaves with 20 lines and signatures. 
There are 2 copies on velluni, one in the 
Royal library at Paris (previously 501 fr. 
Brienne), the other, defective, 38 fr. 
McCarthy (previously 24 fr. Valli^re). 

20255 — de partu virginis Lamen- 
tatio de morte Christi. Piscatoria. 
Pt. Bembi Benacus. Agst. Beatiani 



SAN 
Verona. Ven., Aldus et And. socer, 
15*7- 8°- 

8 leaves of preUminary matter, 47 num- 
bered leavei, and i leaf with the anchor. 

20256 — de partu yirginis, de morte 

Christ], eclogs piscatorise, salices, 

elegiae^ epigramtnata. Pt. Bembi 

hymnus in S. Stephanum. Ejusd. 

Benacus. Obr. Altilii epithalamion. 

J. Cottae carmina. J. Mutii Au- 

relii hymnus in D. Joann. Bapt. 

Ejusd. elegia ad Leonem X. Ven., 

^tres de Sabio, 1528. 8°. 

84 leaven. A copy on vellum in the 
Royal library at Paris (previously sL 15s. 
Pinelli, 94 fr. McCarthy). 

20257 — de partu virginis. Lamen- 
tatio de morte Christi. Piscatoria. 
Pt. Bembi Benacus. Agst. Bea- 
tiani Verona et prseterea, quie in 
seq. pagina continentur. Ven., Al- 
dus et And. socer, 1528. S^. 

8 leaves of preliminary matter, 67 num- 
bered leaves, and i leaf with the anchor. 
More complete than the Aldine of 1527. 
As the printing of this little book is dif- 
ferent, this edition was probably com- 
menced at some other press, and only 
finished by Aldus. 

20258 — odse. Ejusd. elegia de malo 
Punioo. J. Cottae carmina. M. 
Ant. Flaminii carmina. Ven. with- 
out the printer's name, m. Dec. 
1529. 8°. 

This edition, which is very scarce even 
in Italy, is erroneously considered as an 
Aldine by Maittaire; see Morelli Bibl. 
MS, I. 401 and 476. 

20259 — de partu virginis libri III. 
Ejusd. de morte Christi lamen tatio. 
Et quae in sequenti patina conti- 
nentur. Ven.^ haered. Aldi et And. 
soceri, 1533. 8^ 

4 leaves df preliminary matter, and 100 
leaves. The first edition that appeared 
after Sannazarius*s death, and enlarged, 
but not weU arranged. 

20260 — opera omnia latine scripta^ 

nuper edita. Ven., haered. Aldi et 

And. Asul. 1535. 8^ 

41 and 63 leaves, and i leaf colophon 
and anchor. This edition, superintended 
by P. Manudus, is more complete and bet- 
ter arranged than the preceding. — Repeat- 
ed, Ven,y «jr JBibL AkHna, 1570. 8^ 104 



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1661 



VOL. IV. 



20261 — opera omnia. Amst., Schul- 

peroort, 1648. 12^ 
Beware of this very incorrect edition. 

20262 — opera latina omnia et inte- 
gra. Ace. notae ad edogas, elegias 
et epigrammata. Amst. 1689. 12^ 

20263 — opera latine scripta. Ex 
secundis curis Jani Broukhusii. 
Ace. Gbr. Altilii, Dn. Cereti et 
fratrum Amaltheor. carmina, vitae 
Sannazarianae et notae Pt. Vlamin- 
gii. Amst., Linden, 1728. 8^ Also 
on large paper. 

20264 — poemata ex antiquis edi- 

tionibus accuratissime descripta. 

Ace. ejusd. vita J. Ant. Vulpio 

auctore, item Obr. Altilii et Hono- 

rati Fascitelli carmina. Ed. II. lo- 

cupletior. Patavii, Cominus, 1731. 

4°. with Sannazarius*s portrait. 

Gi. Ant. Volpi was the editor. A good 
edition, and more complete than, t^., u/., 
1719. 4S But according to £rnesti*s 
TheoL BibUoih. IlL 85, it is castrated. 

20265 — poemata. Scip. Capicii de 

vate maximo libri III. Patay., 

Cominus, i75i« 8^. 

There are copies of this edition on blue 
paper. 

20266 — de partu virginis libri III. 

etrusco carmine redditi a J. Bm. 

Casaregio, nunc prim, cum Vati- 

cano et Mediceo codice coUati cura 

et stud. Ant. Fr. Gorii. Flor., Al- 

bizinus, 1740. 4^. Also on large 

paper. 

llie Latin text was compared with MSS. ; 
the ItaUan translation is new. 

20267 — el parto de la virgen tradu- 
cido en octava rima por Gr. Fer- 
nandez de Velasoo. Toledo, 1554* 
8°. Madr. 1569. 8°. Also in the 
Pamaso espanol, T. V. p. 68 sq. — 
Sanasaro espanol, traducion de Fr. 
de Herreras Maldonado. Madr. 
1 62 1. 8^. — Del parto della vergine 
libri III., trad, in versi toscani da 
Gi. Giolito. Ven., Gioliti. 1588. 
4**. Also, Verona, 1732. 4®. — Del 
parto della vergine libri III. trad, 
m versi ital. da Bn. Trento (col 
testo lat.). Padova, Crescini, 1819. 
8''.-^Les couches sacr^ de la vi- 

6Q 



1662 



SAN 



erge, poeme h^roique, mis en prose 
fran9. par CoUetet^ reveu et corrige 
sur le latin par P.L. J. Par. 1645. 



12". 



See also above, Durante. 

20268 — commentaria in tres libros 
de virginis partu a Sannazaro edi- 
tos Lazari Cardonse. Ven.. Fr. de 
Franciscis, 1584. 8°. 

20269 — Arcadia. Ven., Bernardino 

de Vercelli, 14 Jun. 1502. 4^ 

A certain Sebastiano da Venezia was the 
editor of this first but incomplete edition, 
which was unknown to Volpi. Repeated, 
ib.y ieL, 22 Nov. 1502. 4**. ib., id., 1504. 4^ 
Mil., Scinzengeler, 1504. 4*". 

20270 — Arcadia tutta fornita et 
tratta emendatissima dal suo origi- 
nale. Nap., Sgm. Mayer, m. Mar- 

zo, 1504. 8°. 

2 and 96 leaves. The first complete edi- 
tion. A copy on vellum in the Royal li- 
brary at Paris (previously 279 fr. McCar- 
thy), a second in the Town library of 
Naples, and a third in the possession of 
lord Spencer (formerly Cassano-Serra). 

20271 — Arcadia tutta fornita et 
tratta emendatissima dal suo origi- 
nale, et nuovamente in Napoli ri- 
stampata. Without place (Nap.) 
or date. 4^. 

A neat reprint of the preceding, erro- 
neously considered by some as the first 
edition. 

20272 — Arcadia. Mil., Mantega- 
tio, 1509. 4°. 

20273 — Arcadia. Ven., Gi. Rosso^ 

1512.4°. 

An edition not noticed by Panzer. Ven, 
1515. 4**. is set down in Molini^s catalogue 
at o paioli. 

20274 — Arcadia. Ven., Aldo, m. 

Settembre, 1514. 8®. 

80 numbered leaves, and i leaf with the 
anchor. An edition that is sought after. 
Lord Spencer has a copy on vellum (pre- 
viously 16I. 168. Pinelli, ail. Paris). A 
copy on large blue paper with gold borders 
44 fr. Oaignat. 

20275 — Arcadia. Flor., Ph. di Gi- 

unta, m. Marzo, 1514. 8^ 

94 numbered leaves. Also, t^., id., m. 
Apr. 15 19. 8°. 80 numbered leaves. Scarce 
editions, and cited by the academy deUa 
Crusca. The Rime of 1 533 should be added 
to them ; see below. 



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20276 — Arcadia. Ven., heredi d' Al- 
do et Andrea socero^ i534* 8^. 

91 numbered leaves, and i leaf with the 
anchor. There are copies on laige paper. 
Merely a reprint of the Aldine of 1514* 
The Rime of 1534 are usually bound up 
with it ; see below. 

20277 — Arcadia. Ven., Giolito^ 
1549. 12°. Sonetti e canzoni. ib., 
id., 1549. 12°. 

20278 — Arcadia di nuovo ristam- 

pata e ristornata alia sua vera le- 

zione da L. Dolce, con le rime del 

medesimo Sannazaro. Ven., Gio- 

lito, 1556 or 62. 8°. 

Tomm. Porcacchi and Fr. Sanaovino, 
have rather spoiled than corrected the sub- 
sequent editions. 

20279 — le tre Arcadie di Jac. San- 
nazaro, di Bd. Menzini e di Mch. 
Gius. Morei, raccolte per la prima 
volta. Ven., Poletti, 1746. 12°. 

20280 — Arcadia, con la di lui vita 
scritta da Gi. Bt. Corniani e con le 
annotazioni di L. Portirelli. Mil. 
1806. 8°. with Sannazarius's por- 
trait. 

20281 — Arcadia alia sua vera le- 
zione ridotta. Bassano, 1 8 1 6. 12^. 

20282 — Arcadia traduc. por Di^o 
Lopez de Ayala. Toledo, 1547. 4°. 
Arcadia traducida nuevamente en 
nuestra Castellana lingua espanola 
en prosa v metro por Diego de Sa- 
lazar. Salaman ca, Portonari is, 1578. 
16°. (at first 1573.) — L' Arcadie 
translate d'italien en fran9. par J. 
Martin. Par., Vascosan, 1544. 8°. 
Lyon, Sabon, 1544. 18"*. L' Area- 
die traduite de Titalien (par Pec- 
quet). Par. 1737. 12". — Arcadia, 
met Aentekeningen, door Pt.Vlam- 
ing. Amst., 1730. 8°. with plates. 
Also on large paper. 

20283 — sonetti e canzoni. Roma, 
Ant. Blado, 1 530. 4°. 

The first edition of the Rime, and a good 
one. 

20284 — sonetti e canzoni. Nap., Gi. 
de Sultzbach, m. Nov. 1530. 4^ 

20285 — rime con la gionta, dal suo 
proprio originale cavata. Fir., Bn. 
Giunta, 1533. 8°. 56 leaves. 

This should be added to No. 2017. 



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20286 — sonetti e canxoni. Ven.^ 

heredi d'Aldo et And. socero, 

1534. 8^ 

48 numbered and 4 unnumbered leaves. 
Melzi poawssed a copy on Uurge paper. 
It belongs to No. 20176. 

20287 — rime corrette et reviste da 

L. Dolce. Ven., Giolito^ ^SS^' ^^ 

Aha, Padovoy 1719. 8^ and in several 
editions of the Arcadia, 

20288 — opere volgari, cio^ I'Arca- 
dia, le rime e le lettere. Da. Oi. 
Ant. Volpi e da Oaetano di lui fra- 
tello riveduti, oorretti ed illustrati. 
Padova, Comino, 1723. 4*'. 

This very careful edition, and not fre- 
quently met with, is often joined to No. 20264. 
There are also copies on better paper. 

20289 — opere volgari, alia sua vera 
lezione restituite. Ven., Bartoli^ 
1741. 12^ 2 parts in i vol. 

20290 — ' eglc^he pescatorie trad, in 
rerai ital. da L. Biondi. Turino, 
Chirio, 1823. 8". 

20291 — Angiolo Giovannini lezioni 
sopra i versi latina del Sannazaro 
nelJa passione di Gesik Cristo. Jesi, 
Parri, 1597. 4°. 

20292 SAN PEDRO, B. de. Arte 
del romance castellano. Valencia, 
1 769. 8^. 2 voU. A. Gobejos con- 
versaciones criticas sobre el libro 
intitulado Arte del romance castel- 
lano. Madr. 1780. 8°. 

20293 SAN PEDRO. Diego Her- 
nandez de. Carcel de amor. Bur- 
goe, Frederigo Aleman, 1496. 4°. 
Gothic letter. 

A very entertaining Spanish romance. 

20294 — carcel de amor^ nueuamen- 
te correydo. (^arag09a^ Jorge Cod, 
6 Agofito, 1523. 8''. Gothic letter. 

This edition is at Wdfenbflttel. 

20295 — carcel de amor hecha por 

Hernando de Sanct Pedro, con 

otraa obras suyas. Corregida y em- 

mendada por Alonso de Ulloa. 

Ven., Gbr. Giolito, 1553. 8*". 

68 numbered leaves. Also at Wolfen- 
bOttel. 

20296 — question de amor y carcel 



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1663 



de amor. Anvers^ Mt. Nudo, 1556 
or 98. 1 2®. 

First comes the QuesiMm, next follows 
with a separate title, Cared de amoty del 
eumpHmetUo de Nicolas NtuteM, The 
QuetHon de amor appeared also by itself, 
Fffi., Gbr. GiolUo, 1553. 8°. (as an ap- 
pendage to No. 30295), and the following 
is a French translation of it : Le debat dee 
deiue genlUskommee eepagnoie sur le faii 
d'amour. Par., J. LongUy 1541. 8®. 

20297 — career d'amore tradotto da 

Lelio de Manfredi de idioma spa- 

gnolo in lingua matema. Ven., 

Bernardino de Viano, 15 21. 8^. 

Also, Ven.y Paeiniy 1530. 8**. Ven,, Btn- 
doni e PatitU, 1537. 8^ with woodcuts. 
(WolfiBnb.) Ftfn. 1546.8°. Ven.,IfnberH, 
1631. 8°. with plates. 

20298 — la prison d'amours, laquelle 
traicte de I'amour de Leriano et 
Laureole, fSaite en espagnol, puis 
translat^e en tusquan, et depuis en 
langage fran^ois. Par., Galliot du 
Pr6, 1526. 8°. Gothic letter. 

Also, Par, 1537. 4^ Gothic letter with 
woodcuts. Ly<my AmouUety 1528. 4**. The 
French translator could not have been 
Oilles Cornnset, as Lacroix du Maine would 
have it, since he was only 1 6 years old in the 
year 1526. Probably he was only the cor- 
rector of the translation in the later edi- 
tions, Par,y Corrozety 1552. I6^ LyoUy 
Rigaudy 1583. 16**. With the Spanish text 
side by side, Anverty Richarty 1556 or 60. 
16°. Par.y Corrozety 1595. I2^ Par., 
Besmuy 1616. I2^ 

20299 — carcell de amor, oder Ge- 

fangniss der Lieb. Aus. span. 

Sprach in Hochteutsch gebracht 

durch Hans L. Khueffsteinem. 

Zum 5. mal gedruckt. Lpz., Oehle, 

1635. 8°. 

Previously, LpM,y Wachstnariy 1625. 8°. 
(Both at Wolfenb.) 

20300 SAN ROMAN, Ant. de. His- 
toria de la India oriental. Valladol., 
L. Sanchez, 1603. fol. 

20301 SANSON, N. Tables de la 
g^c^raphie ancienne ^t modeme. 
Par., 1644 and 45. large fol. 63 
leaves. 

A copy on vellum in the Royal library 
at Paris (formerly Tersan*s). This is pro- 
bably the same atlas of which there is a 
eopy on silk in the Nostitzian library at 
Fngae, aooording to Hireohknge Beiehr. 

5Q« 



1664 



SAN 



beruhmt. Bibll. 1 1 1 . 4 30. Concerning San- 
son's aUasses, see TVoUertdorf Reperlor. 
der Land - u. Seekariefiy I. 105. 

20302 — L'Europe repr^nt^e selon 
le rapport que toutes seB parties 
ont avec les cieux» entre elles et 
avec lliistoire. Without place or 
date. 4"^. 

1 title-plates, 30 leaves of text, and la 
maps. A copy on vellum in the Royal li- 
brary at Paris, a 2nd 78 fr. McCarthy. — 
See also Sancto Paula 

20303 SANSOVINO, Fr. Le cento 
novelle scelte da piu nobili scrit- 
tori della lingua volgare. Ven., 
Fr. Sansovino, 1561. 8^. 

The first and scarce edition of an esteemed 
work. A pretended edition of 1560 does 
not esdst. 

20304 di nuovo ampliate, ri- 

formate, rivedute e corrette. Ven. 
1562. 8°. 

This edition is not less scarce than the 
preceding, from which it differs in 29 or 
30 novels. The 8th novel of the 4th day 
of the preceding edition is wanting in this. 

20305 Edizione terza. Ven., 

Fr. Rampazetto, 1563. 8^ 

Finer and more complete than the two 
preceding, and likewise pretty scarce. 
(Wolfenbttttel). 

20306 Ven. 1566. 4^ with 

woodcuts. 

Although not the best edition, as it is 
generally given out to be by the French 
bibliographers, yet it is sought after on ac- 
count of its neat woodcuts. 

20307 — cento novelle scelte da piu 
nobili scrittori della lingua volgare, 
con Taggiunta di cento altre no- 
velle antiche. Ven., beredi di 
Sessa, 157 1. 4°. with woodcuts. 

This edition is valuable on account of 
the addition of the Cento novelle antiche 
(see above, Novelle), which make 8 
sheets with the signatures, a^-h. (Wolfen- 
btttteLV-The editions, Ven, 1598,99, 1603, 
and I DIG. 4". are little prized, although 
furnished with the same appendage, be- 
cause the joth novel of the 8°. edition is 
omitted. 

20308 — satire di diversi, raccolte 
da Fr. Sausovino. Ven., Sansovino, 

1560. 4°. 
Also, Ven,y BevUacquoy 1573. 8*". 

20309 SANTAELLA, Ruder Per- 



SAN 

din. Vocabularium ecdesiasticum. 
Matriti, 1789. fol. 

20310 SANTA Maria, Angiol. Gbr. 
di. Biblioteca e storia di quel scrit- 
tori della cittk come del territorio 
di Vicenza. Vicenza, 1772-82. 4°. 
6voU. 

In chronological order, but extending only 
as fiir as 1 700. 

20311 SANTA Maria, Fr. de. Anno 

historico, diario Portuguez : noticia 

abbreviada das Pessoas grandes e 

cousas notaveis de Portugal. Lisb., 

Gonial ves, 1 744. fol. 3 vol!. 

The I St vol. first appeared, Lub.y Fer- 
reira, 17 14. fol. 

20312 SANTANDER, C. de la 
Serna. Dictionnaire bibliographi- 
que choisi du 15 si^e, ou descrip- 
tion des Editions les plus rares du 
15 si^e, precede d'un essai sur 
I'origine de rimprimerie, avec la 
notice des imprimeurs qui ont ex- 
erc^ cet art avant 1500. Brux., 

Tarte, 1805-7. large 8°. 3 volL 

A very useful book, and one that ought 
to be bound up with Panzer, as it frequently 
completes that work, particularly with re- 
spect to the old Spanish and Flemish typo- 
graphical productions, and contains good 
descriptions of the most important typogra- 
phical productions of the ij;th century. 
The notices concerning the origin and ex- 
tension of the art of printing, as also con- 
cerning all the printers of the 1 5th century, 
which the ist vol. contains* cannot be found 
so well brought together in any other 
work. 

20313 — catalogue des livres de la 
biblioth^ue de M. C. de la Serna 
Santander. Brux., an XL (1803). 
8°. 4 voll. Supplement, ib., eod., 
8°. 

This catalogue, made by the professor 
himself, is very valuable both on account 
of the richness of the collection (particu- 
larly in Spanish literature), and also on 
account of its g^^eat accuracy and of the 
bibliographical importance of the appended 
notes. The library was sold by auction at 
Paris in 1809. '^"^ 5^ ^^ ^ important 
on account of the treatise on the paper 
marks of the 15th century (with repre- 
sentations of them annexed), and also on 
account of the treatise on the antiquity of 
signatures and numbering of leaves. 

20314 SANTE Bartoli, Pt. Gli an- 



SAN 

tichi 8epolchri» owero mausolei Ro- 
mani ed Etruschi trovate in Roma. 
Roma, Ant. de Rossi, 1697. fol. 
with no plates. 

Boma^ 1737. foL is less prized, and, ib, 
1768. fol. is very indifferent. 

20315 — recueil de peintures anti- 
ques, imitees fidMement pour les 
oouleurs et pour le trait d'apr^ les 
dessins color, faits par Pt. Sante 
Bartoli (avec la description par 
Mariette et Caylus). Par., (GuS^ 
rtn), 1757. large fol. with 33 plates. 

There are only 30 copies of ttJs splendid 
original edition. The following work is 
sometimes added to it, Barthelemy La mo- 
aaique de Palestine. Pair, 1 760. foL 

20316 — recueil de peintures anti- 
ques trouv^es a Rome, imitees fid^- 
lement pour les couleurs et les 
traits, d'apr^s les dessins colorizes 
par Pt. Sante Bartoli et autres des- 
sinateurs. Ed. II. Par., Molini et 
Lamy, 1783-87. large fol. 3 parts 
in 2 vols, with 41 plates. 

A more complete edition, but less fine in 
the paintings, of which only 100 copies 
were struck off (at 1200 fr. each). The 
3rd part has the title, Histoire crit. de la 
j^framide de C. Cestiue, par Pabhi Rive, 
ib, 1787. There are abo 6 copies of the 
work on Dutch paper, and 15 on vellum 
(3421 fr. Brienne, 1600 fr. McCarthy and 
again offered for sale at 2500 fr., 195I. 2s. 
P&ris, not illuminated 1500 fr. St. C^ran, 
the 3rd part alone, 95 fr. Lamy). — See 
also Belloki, Ciacookius, Havercamp 
nnmophyl., Museum Odesoalcum. 

20317 SANTEN, Lr. Carmina. 
Traj. ad Rh., 1781. 8^ (8 st.) 

20318 — deliciffi poeticae. Fasc. 
I -VIII. LB., 1783-94. 8^ (3 fl.) 

20319^ — carmina juvenilia. Par. 

1774. 8°. 
20319^ — poemata, ex ed. et cum 
praef. J. H. Hoeufft. LB. 1801. 8°. 

SANTILLANA, see Inigo de Mbn- 

DOZA. 

20320 SANTINELLI, Stanisl. Dis- 
sertationes, oration es, epistolse et 
carmina. Ven. 1734. 4^ 

Containing much an^ssological matter. 

SANTIUS de Arevalo, see Rode. 
Ricus Zamor. 

20321 SANTOLIUS, J. Operum 



SAP 



1665 



omnium editio III. (cura Ant. Fr. 
BilhardV Par. 1729. ia°. 3 voll. 
— In addition, Hymni sacri. Par. 
1698. I a®. 

20322 SANTORINI, J. Dm. XVII. 
tabuln (anatom.), quas nunc prim, 
edit atque explicat Mch. Gerardi. 
Parmie, ex typ. reg., 1775* small 
fol. with plates. 

20323 — observatt. anatom. Ven. 
1724. 4°. or LB. 1739. 4°. 

20324 SANTOS, Domingo de los. 
Vocabulario de la lengua Tagala. 
Tayabus (in the Philippine islands)^ 
1703. fol. 

20325 SANTOS, Fr. Obras en 
prosa y verso. Madr. 1723. 4®. 4 
voU. 

20326 SANTOS, J. Fr. dos. Ethio- 
pia oriental e varia historia de 
cousas notaveis do Oriente. Evora^ 

Lira, 1609. fol. 

In French by Oaetan Charpy, Par. 1684 
or 88. 12°. 

20327 SANTOS e Silva, Th. Ant. 
dos. Rimas. Lisb. 1792. 8^. (400 
rees.) 

20328 SANVITALE, L. Saggio di 
novelle. Parma, Bodoni^ 1803. 12®. 

20329 SANXAY, Jac. Lexicon 
Aristophanicum. Lond. 1754* 8^ 
Ox. 181 1. 8*^. (9s. on large paper 

158.) 

The latter edition forms also the 5th vol. 
of the Oxford Aristophanes of 18 10. 

SANZ, see Saenz. 

20330 SAONA, Lr. Gu. de. Nova 
rhetorica. Apud villam S. Albania 
1480. 4°. Gothic letter. 

The first typographical production at 
St. Albans and very scarce. 181 printed 
leaves "with 24 lines and the signatures o-^. 
A pretended edition, Cbr. 1478, appears to 
be only a confusion with the date of com- 
position. Sold at Willett's sale for 79I. 16s. 

20331 SAPPHO. Carmina et frag- 
menta (gr. lat.) Recensuit, com- 
mentario illustravit, schemata mu- 
sica adjecit et indices confecit H. 
F. Magn. Volger. Lps., Weid- 
mann, 1810. 8^. (i d., on vellum 
paper i d. 16 gr.) 

A new and carefiil collection of her frag, 
ments in the Mtueum CriHoumy voL I 

5Q3 



1666 SAP SAR 

Cbr. 1814. 8*. p. 1-31, 25o-«5i, wherein 20341 — H. F. Magni Volgeri dia- 

. p. a, the above edition is censured. tribe historica de Sapphus poetri© 

20332 — Oden, griech. u. deutsch vita et scriptis. Gothe, 1809. 8^ 
mit erklar. Anmerkk. von E. Ant. (6 gr.) F. Gli. Welcker Sappho 
L. Mobios. Hannov.y Hahn, 1815. von einem herrschenden Vorur- 

^°-(«Sgr-) t^eile befreit. Gott. 1817. 8°. 

20333 — obras de Safo^ Erina, Ale- ( 1 2 gr.) 

man, Alceo, Ibioo, Simonides^ Ba- See Anacbeon, Carmika, Wolf. 

chilides, Archiloco, Algeo, Pratino 20342 SARACENICA sen Moame- 

y Menalampides, traduddas del thica gr. et lat. nunc primum edita 

griego en verso castellano por Josef cum annotatt.^ opera F. Sylburgii. 

y Bemab^ Canga Arguelles. Madr. {Heidelb.), Commelinus, 1595. 8^. 
1 797. 4". (8 rs.) Consult Fabricii Bibl gr, VI. 673 sq. 

20334 — epistola di Saffo tradotta SARASIN, see Sarrasin. 

in terza rima da Jac. Fil. da Pel- 20343 SARBIEVIUS (Sarbiewski), 

lenegro. Without place or date. Mthi. Casim. Lyricorum libri IV. 

8^. Epodon liber unus, alterque epi- 

An old impression. Mentioned in the grammatum. Antw.^Moretus, 1632. 

Libreria Cappoftkmu, p. 291. ^o^ 

20335 — la Faoniade di Saffo, trad. 20344 — elegia itineraria ex MS. 
in italiana (da Sosare Itomeio pas- edita a Lebr. Gotthelf Langbein. 
toreArcado). Without place (A^flfp.), Dresd. 1754.4°. 

1784. 8°. 110 pages. Strictly suppressed immediately after its 
The translator (Vine Imperiali) has here app^rance, on account of its attacks on 
made up five hymns and five odes out of ^"^ liutheran clergy, and scarce in con- 
some fragments of Sappho after his man- "equence. Consult Freytag's Ifachrr.209. 
ner. Also, Crisopoii, Bodani, 1792. 8°. 20345 — poemata ex vetustis MSS. et 
Parmoy Bodoni^ 1801. 12°. Pwa, 1801. variis codicillis olim ab auctore dis- 
''''* ^ simulate nomine editis depromta 

20336 — Tawenture di Saffo, e al et in unum collecta. Quibus ac- 
Faoniade, inni ed odi ; traduzioni cedlt oratio ab eodem habita in 
dalgreco. Par., Molini, 1790. 12°. translatione corporis D. Casimiri. 

The translation from the Greek is feign- item epistola ad Stanisl. Lubienski, 
ed. Also, MU. 1809. iS^'. . voU. .^^ tlocensem. Vihi«. typogr. 

20337 — po6sies de Sappfo, suivies ^^^^^ ,7^^, 40 (^ p^Ugj^ fl j" ^ 
de differentes poesies dans le meme This edition, which is very scarce in Ger- 
genre. Amst. 1777. 18*^. many, was superintended by Adam Na- 

20338 — les hymnes de Sappho, niscrcwioB. 

nouvellement d^couvertes et tra- 20346 — Carmma. Par., Barbou, 

duites pour la premiere fois en '759* ^* • 

fran^oisfavec de notes et une ver- „^/^ ^> ^79^. J^^ » l"s pnzed. 

sion italienne, par J. B. GrainviUe. ^03^^ - '^'^' ^'^'^ ^reuttel. 

Par Rollan an c ri7o6^ 12° ^°°5- 8 . (l d. 4 gr.) 

rar., ivoiian, an 5 {lygoj.ia . Martyni Laguna was employed in 1814 

M^ya tran^tion of No. 20335. Con- ^ ^ Jitiadind enlarged edition of hil 
suit Chardan Milanges, I. 303. ^^^ks : it has not, however, appeared. — 

20339 — a fragment of an ode of STa lyritche Gedkhte^ out dem Lat, von 
Sappho from Longinus: also an A,J,RaShamann. ^ret/. 1802. 8^ (8 gr.) 

ode of Sappho from Dionysius Ha- SARCOTIS, see Masenius. 

licam. Edited by Fr. H. Egerton. 20348 SARDINI, Giac. Esarae sui 
Par. 1814. 8^ 26 pages. principj della francese ed italiana 

This work did not come into the market, tipografia owero storia critica di 

20340 — die Fragmente der Sappho, Nic. Jenson. Lucca, Bonsignori, 
iibs. von G. C. B(raun). Wetzlar, 1796-98. fol. 3 parts in i vol. with 
1809. 8°. plates. 



SAK 
SARESBERIENSIS, see Joannes. 

20349 SARIIS, Alessio de. Istoria 
del regno di Napoli. Nap. 1791. 

4''. 3 voU. 
A oompletely insignificant work. 

20350 SARMIENTO, Mt. Memo- 
rias para la historia de la poesia y 
poetas espanolas. Madr.^ Ibarra, 

1775- 4''. 

20351 SARMIENTO da Gamboa. 

Pt. Viage al estrecho de Magal. 

lanes en los anos de 1579 j 1580. 

Madr., impr. real de la gazeta, 

1768. 4^ with plates. 

Edited for the first time from a MS. in 
the Royal library at Madrid. 

8ARNELLI, see Repponr. 

20352 SARPI, P. Opere varie. 
Helmstat, Jac. Miller, ^7S^' ^^^* 
2 voU. 

20353 -^ tutte le opere con un sup- 
plimento. Helmst. ( Verona) ,1761- 
68. 4^. 8 voll. 

20354 — le medesime opere oompiete. 
Nap. 1 790. 8°. 24 voll. 

20355 — istoria del concilio Triden- 
tino di Pt. Soave Polano (P. Sarpi). 
Lond.y Billioy 16 19. fol. 

The first edition of the Italian original, 
superintended by M. Ant. de Dominis, and 
sought after. Scarce on large paper. 

20356 — istoria del concilio Triden- 
tino, da fra P. Sarpi ; con note 
critiche^ istoriche e teologiche di 
Pt. Fr. le Courayer. Londra, de 
Toumes, 1757. 4°. 2 voll. 

20357 — historiie concilii Tridentini 
lihri VIII. ex italicis latini facti. 
Augustse Trinobantum^ 1620. fol. 

The first edition of the very faulty Latin 
translation made by Ad. Newton and W. 
Bedell. Also, Gorinchemi, Vink, 1658. 4**. 
Lp8. 1699. 4". and often. 

20358 — histoire du concile de 
Trente^ trad, en fran^. avec des 
notes histor. par Pt. Fr. le Cour- 
ayer. Lond., Idle, 1736. fol. 2 
vols. Also on large paper. 

A good edition of this esteemed transla- 
tion. Anul. 1736. 4°. 2 vols., and Afnst, 
(Par.) 1 75 1. 4**. 3 vols, (also on large paper) 
are less sought after. The earlier transla- 
tion by Amelot de la Uoussaye, AmaLy 
Blaeu, 1683, 86, or 99. 4% or Anul. (Tri^ 



SAU 



1667 



oocur), 1 704. 4**. is only after the bad Latin 
tnuidation. 

20359 — Historie des Tridentin. 
Conciliums, mit Courayer's An- 
merkk. herausgegeben u. mit einer 
Vorr. begleitet von F. Ebh. Ram- 
bach. Halle, Gebauer, 1761-65. 

8r 6 voll. (7 d. 12 gr.) 

An earlier G^erman translation, Ff. a. M. 
1620, 4''. Pallavidno's work (see that ar. 
tide) was directed against this of SarpiV 

20360 SARRASIN, J. Fr. (Euvres 

(publ. par Manage). Par., Courb^, 

1657. 4^ 
Also, t^. 1658 or 94. 13°. 

SARTHIANO, see Sancto. 

SASSENKRONEKE, see Botho. 

SASSO, see Saxus. 

20361 SATCHWELL, R. Scripture 
costume, exhibited in a series of 
engravings. Lond. 18 19. 4°. with 
plates (5I. 5s.) 

20362 SATIRE de cinque poeti il- 
lustri di nuovo raccolte. Ven., 
Vavassori, 1565. 12®. 

20363 SATYRiE. Elegantiores prie- 
stantium viror. satyree. LB., Maire, 
1655. 12°. 2 voll. 

20364 SAUER, Mt. Account of a 
geographical and astronomical ex- 
pedition to the northern parts of 
Russia by Billings. Lond. 180T. 
4^. with plates. Also on large 

paper. 

In Frendi by Cast^ra, Par, i8oa. S"*. 
2 vols, with an atlas in 4**. In German by 
Mthi. Ch. SprengeL Weimar, 1803. 8^ 
with plates (i d.). 

20365 SAUNDERS, J. C. Illustra- 
tion of the anatomy of the human 
ear. Lond. 1806. fol. with plates 
(il. 58.) 

20366 SAUNDERSON, N. Ele- 
meuts of Algebra, in ten books. 
Cbr. 1740. 4°. 2 voll. Also on 

large paper. 

An abridgment, Land. 1761 or 71. 8**. 
with plates. 

20367 — method of fluxions. Lond. 
1756. 8''. with plates. 

20368 SAUNIER, J. de. La par- 
faite connaissance des chevaux, 
leur anatomie. Publi^e par Gasp. 

5Q4 



1668 



SAU 



de Saunier. Haye, i734- large fol. 
with 6 1 plates. 

20369 SAUNIER, Gaspard de. L'art 
de cavalerie, ou la mani^re de de- 
venir bon ^cuyer. Amst. 1756. 
fol. with 27 plates. 

Other copies nave Par.^ Jombertj 1 756. 

20370 SAURIN, Jac. Sermons. 
Rott. 1749. 8°. 12 vols. 

One of ^e best editions. Translated 
into English by Robison, Hunter, and Sut- 
diffe, Land, 18 13. 8°. 8 vols. (3I. 4s.) In 
Oerman by Rosenberg, Lpa. 1766-68. 8**. 
10 vols., and Predd. ub. die Leiden^esch., 
Ubs. von Heyer. Lp». 1 760. 8**. 2 vols. 

20371 — discours historiques, cri- 
tiques, theologiques et moraux sur 
les ^venemens les plus memorables 
du V. et du N. Testament. T. I. 
Amst., Picart, 1720 (other copies, 
HatfcHondt, 17 2S), T. II. Haye, 
Hondt, 1728. T. III. ib., id., 1735. 
T. IV. ib., id., 1736. T. V. ib., 
id., 1737. T. VI. ib., id., 1739. 
fol. 6 vols, with plates. 

The text of this "work, sought after on 
account of its fine plates, is only in the first 
2 vols, by Saurin, in the 3rd and 4th by 
Roques, in the 5th and 6th by Beausobre. 
The quality of the copies, which is stated 
on the under part of the title of each voL, 
is of four kinds, an ordinary, royal, super- 
royal, and imperial paper. Those on super- 
royal paper are said to contain the best im- 
pressions of the plates, which, however, is 
only true of some copies. In most of the 
copies the 1st vol. is o( the year 1738. 

The 112 plates of this work, which were 
done from designs by Ger. Hoet, Houbra- 
ken, and Bn. Picart, and are mostly very 
fine, were engraved in 1 705-20, and pre- 
viously appeared in separate collections, 
which consequently contain the Iwst im- 
pmsions and are greatly sought after. The 
oldest collection has the title, Taferelen der 
heiliffe Geschiedenisten van hei ouds en 
nieuwe Testament, Amtt 1 706. fol. With 
the same title (except that it has voor» 
naanute instead of keilige), Amst., HalmOy 
1 718. fol, and Gravenhage, Hondt, 1728. 
fol. With the title, Les figures de la bible, 
Amst., Picart, 1720. fol. There is also 
an edition with a short Dutch text of 1 728. 
large foL 3 vols. 

Similar works, see under Basnaoe, Hib- 
TOfKE (9808), and LUTKEN. 

30272 SAUSSURE, Horace Bene- 
diet de. Voyages dans les alpes, 
prec^d^ d'un essai sur Thistoire 



SAV 

naturelle des environs de Oen^ve. 
Neuch&tel^ > 779-^6. 4®. 4 vols, 
with plates. 

The first 2 vols, were reprinted in 1804, 
and the whole, Genhoe, 1787-96. 8*". 8 vds. 
with plates. In German (the first 2 vols, 
of the 4°. edition by J. Sm. Wyitenbach), 
Lps. 1781-88. 8°. 4 vols. (4 d. 16 gr.) 

SAUVAGJfeRE, see Caylus. 

20373 SAUVAGES, abb^ de. Dic- 
tionnaire languedocien-fran9ais. 
Nouv. ^dit. revue, corrig^e et augm. 
par L. A. D. F. Alais, Martin, 
1821. 8°. 2 voll. (12 fr.) 

20374 SAUVAGES, Fr. Boissier de. 
Nosologia methodica s. morbor. 
classes, genera et species> juxta Sy- 
denhami mentem et botanicorum 
ordinem. Castigav., emendavit, 
auxitj icones adjecit Ch. F. Daniel. 
Lps., Schwickertj J79<^>-97« large 
8°. 5 vols. (5 d.) 

Previously, AmsL 1768. 4**. 2 vols, (in 
addition, Gu. CuUen Apparatus ad nosolo- 
ffiam method, Amst, 1775* 4°.) Amst. 
1763. 8°. 5 vols, is less sought after. 

20375 SAUVAL, H. Histoire et 
recherches des antiquit^s de la ville 
de Paris. Par. 1724. fol. 3 vols. 
Also on large paper. 

Little sought after in France. The HiS' 
tcire des amours des rots de France, which 
is reprinted in the Galanteries des rois de 
France, without place, 1738. 12°. 2 vols., 
is sometimes wanting at the end of the 3rd 
voL Concerning the work, consult the 
commentary to Boileau's 7th satire, V. 40. 

20376 SAUVIGNY, Ed. L. Billar- 
don de. Essais historiques sur les 
mceurs des Francois. Par. 1785. 
large S°. 5 vols, with plates. 

(^ntaining a translation of Oregorius 
Turonensis and other ancient writers of 
history. The following 5 vols, are usually 
added thereto; Constitutions des rois de 
France, premiire dynastic, large 8"*. with 
plates. Lettres des rois, reines, grands etc 
lai^ 8°. 2 vols, with plat«s. (Euvres de 
SoUius Sidon, ApoUinaris, Par. 1787. 
lai^ge 8**. 2 vols, with plates. — There are 
copies in 4°. with illuminated plates, and 
some on vellum paper of this collection, 
which is not greatly sought after, yet 
seldom complete. 

20377 SAVAGE, Jam. The libra- 
rian, or account of scarce, valuable 
and useful english books, manu- 



SAV 

scripts, libraries, public records etc. 
Lood. 1808-9. 8^ 3 vols. (li. IS.) 
Containing very careftil and ctrcamstantial 
information and extracts relating to ooetly 
English works, chiefly typographical and 
historical, but it is of too confined interest. 
The collation of the plates belonging to 
these works is done with particular care. 

20378 SAVAGE, Rch. Works. Lond. 
1775. 8°. a vols. 

SAVANAROLA, see Savonarola. 

20379 SAVARY des Bruslons, Jac. 
Dictionnaire universel de commerce 
(Edition augment^e par CI. Phili. 
bert). Copenh. 1 759-66. fol. 5 voU. 

Par. 1741 (new title, 1748). fol. 3 vols, 
is not sought after. 

20380 — le parfait n^gociant^ avec 
les pareres. Par., an 8 (1800). 4°. 
2 voll. 

The newest edition of an obsolete work. 

20381 SAVARY. Morale de Ma- 
homet ou recueil des plus pures 
maximes du Coran. Par., Lamy, 
1784. 18°. Also on large vellum 
paper. 

There are copies on Tellum (73 fr. Saint- 
C^rao, 43 fr. Lamy, 101 fir. M'Cartliy). 

20382 — oeuvres, contenant lettres 
sur I'Egypte, lettres sur la Gr^ce, 
le Coran, Anas Eloujoud. Par., 
Bleuet, an 7 (1798). 8". 6 vols, 
with plates. 

Only sought after on vellum paper. 

20383 — grammaire de la langue 
arabe vulgaire et litterale, ouvrage 
posthume, augment^ de quelques 
contes arabes, par Tediteur (Lang- 
1^). Par., impr. imp^r., 1813. 4^. 
(18 fr.) 

The scientific ralue of this work is Uttle^ 
and it is only of use to those who would learn 
to speak Arabic. The syntax is extremely 
defident, and the appended chrestomathy 
is the most interesting part. 

SAV£TI£RS, see Morality de 
mundus. 

20384 SAVI, Oaetano. Materia me- 
dica vegetabile toscana. Fir. 1805. 
fol. with 60 plates (60 paoli). Also 
with illuminated plates. 

20385 — lezioni di botanica. Fir. 
1811. 8^ 2 voll. (8 paoli). 

20386 — trattato degli alberi della 



SAV 1669 

Toscana. Ed. II. Fir. 181 1. S"". 
2 voll. (8 paoli.) 

20387 — Observatt. in varias trifolior. 
species. Flor. 18 10. 8^. with plates. 
(3 paoli.) 

20388 — flora Pisana. Pisa, 1798. 
8°. 2 voll. 

20389 — nuovi element! di botanica. 
Pisa, 1820. 8°. 

20390 — flora italiana ossia raccolta 
delle piante piu belle che si colti- 
vano nei giardini d'ltalia. Dispense 
1-14. Pisa, 1818-22. fol. On 
vellum paper with illuminated 
plates. 

20391 — due centurie di piante ap- 
partenenti alia flora Etrusca. Pisa, 
1804. 8°. 

20392 SAVIGNY. Collection of 
engravings representing the most 
modem and approved instruments 
used in the practice of surgerj, 
with explanations. Lond. 1798. 
fol. 

20393 SAVIGNY, F. C. von. Ge- 
schichte des rom. Rechts im Mit- 
telalter. Heidelb., Mohr, 1815- 
21. 8°. 3 voll. (6 d. 12 gr.) 

20394 SAVILIUS, H. Remm an. 
glicarum scriptores post Bedam 
priecipui. Lond. 1596. fol. 

The original edition and very scarce. 
The reprint, Ff, Mamius, 1601. fol. is 
less correct, but is enlarged with an in- 
dex. 

20395 SAVIOLI, Gi. Bt. Poemetti 
didascalici. Pa via, 1810. large 8^ 

20396 SAVIOLI Fontana, L. Vitto- 

rio. Annali della citt^ Bolognese 

sino al anno 1274. Bassano, 1788- 

95. 4°. 3 parts in 6 vols. 

Consult MitrUer*» Naehtr. von Neap, 
und StdL p. 621. 

20397 — amori. Bassano, 1789 or 
1805. 12^ 

20398 — amori. Crisopoli, co' tipi 
Bodoniani, 1795. large 4°. 

20399 — amoii. ib., id., 1795. I6^ 
There is a copy of this edition on vel- 
lum. 

20400 — amori, poesie anacreontiche. 
Par., Molini, 1795* 12°. 

There are 6 copies of this edition oa had 



1670 



SAV 



Roraaa vellum in 8^ (54 fr. Renouard, 
20 fr. McCarthy.) Only 100 copies were 
struck off on paper. 

20401 — amori. Parma, Bodoni> 
1 802. large 4°. 

20402 — rime. Pisa, 1818. 1 8«». 

20403 — poesie. Pisa, 1 798. 1 2'^. 
With his portrait. 

20404 SAVONAROLA, Hi. Tri- 
umphus crucis de veritate fidei. 
Without place or date (Flor., Mis' 
cominuSf about 1492). small fol. 

98 leaves with 34 lines and with signa- 
tures. Three copies on vellum are known, 
one in the Royal library at Paris (for- 
merly Ayala's), a ind bought in at M'Car- 
sale at 151 fr., and offered again for sale 
at 100 fr., and a 3rd in the library at 
Blenheim — An earlier edition appeared, 
Fl(n'. 1 48 1, fol. 

His numerous other writings see in Pa»- 
ser, in FosH Bibl. Meigliab. II. 490 sq. 
III. 135, in Bibl. StotcJUana {Luca, 1758. 
4^), p. 369 sq. and in Cat. ImperiaL 
p. 445. Concerning his Predichey see Cat, 
VailSre, IV. 1 73 sq. Cat, Ginguene^ p. 187. 
On account of the new edition I also no- 
tice here Djscorso circa il reggimenio e 
gavemo degR ttati. Lend. 1765. 4^.— .See 
also HiERONTMUS dc Ferraria. 

20405 SAVONAROLA, J. Mch. 

Opus de balneis et thermis natura- 

libus omnibus Italiie sicque totius 

orbis. Ferrar., And. Callus, 10 

Nov. 1485. fol. Oothic letter. 

A very scarce edition. 39 leaves in 1 
columns, with the signatures a-f, 

20406 — practica de segritudinibus. 
In Colle oppido municipio Floren- 
tino. Bonus Callus, idibus Sextilis 
1479. fol. Cothic letter. 

In 1 columns with 62 lines, and the sig- 
natures o-y and A-Y. 

20407 SAVOT, L. Discours sur 
les medailles antiques. Par., Cra- 
moisy, 1627. 4°. 

This scarce discourse contains much 
valuable additional information as to the 
mineralogy of the ancients. Translated 
into Latin by Ldf. KQster in GriBvii The*. 
anHq. Ram. XI. 1132 sq. Also for the 
most part reprinted in Gobet Let ancient 
mintralogittet de Fremoe. Par, 1779. 8^ 

SAXA, see Saxus. 

20408 SAKE, Cp. Onomasticum li. 
terarium sive nomenclator histo. 



SAX 

rico-criticus prsestantissimor. omnis 

ntatis scriptonim, cum ooroUario 

et indice communi. Traj. ad Rh. 

1 775-1 803. 8°. 8 voU. 

A chronological nomenclature of ancient 
and modem authors, with short biogra- 
phical, and sometimes bibliographical, no- 
tices. But the real value o£ this highly 
prized work, the first parts of which are 
already becoming scarce, consists in its 
numerous references. A new work on 
Uus plan with more typographical frugality 
and a stricter selection of references, would 
be very valuable. The following is an 
abridgment of the first 2 vols, up to the 
year 1499, enlarged with new additions: 
Onomattiei lilerarii epitome t. fatti torip' 
tor. veterit et tneM tfvi. Traj. ad Rh, 
1793. 8°. (i fl. 5 St.) 

SAXE, comte de, see Maurice. 
SAXIUS, Jos. Ant., see Aroelati. 

20409 SAXO Crammaticus. Dano- 
rum regum heroumque historic 
(ed. Christiernus Petri). Par., Jod. 
Badius, 15 14. fol. 

The first edition from a MS. 

20410 — historiiB Danorum libri 
XVI. Bas., J. Bebel, 1534. fol. 

20411 — historise Danorum libri 
XVI. Ff., Wechel, 1576. fol. 

20412 — historise Danicse libri XVI. 

St. Johannis Stephanius recognovit 

notisque illustravit. Sorse, Molt- 

kenius, 1644. fol. 

A new revision of the text, but with- 
out the aid of MSS. The notes contain 
many observations on fine Latinity. 

20413 — historian Danicse libri XVI. 

Ex recens. St. J. Stephanii cum 

prolegomenis et lectionis varietate 

ed. Ch. Adf. Klotz. Lps., Hollius, 

1771.4°. (3d.) 

A repetition of the text only, without 
Stepluuiiu8*s notes. 

20414 — dyt is de denske kroneke 
de Saxo grammaticus de poeta er- 
sten gheschreef in dat latine. With- 
out place or date (about 1480). 
small 4°. 

This low Saxon translation relates not 
to Sojpo Grammaticwy but to Th. Ghegt^ 
meri Compendium hutorim dantoB (liange- 
beck S. R. Dan. II. 286). 

20415 — Danske Kronicke, vdsat aff 



SAX 

And. Soffrinson Wedel. Kbhn., 
Guttemitz, 1575. foL 
Repeated, t6., Waldkirch, 1610. fol. 

20416 — Danske Chronikes forste 
Bog ved And. Soffr. Wedel^ med 
Anmarkninger og Kobberstykker 
(af J. Laurentzen). Kbhn., 1713. 

20417 — Danske Historie^ oversat 
ved Sejeruni Schousbolle. Kbhn. 
1 752. 4^ Also on writing paper. 

20418 — Danmarks Kronike af Saxo 
Orammaticus, fordansket ved N. F. 
Severin Grundtvig. Kbhn. 181^ 
19. large 4°. 2 vols. (9 rbthlr. or i 
firiedr.d'or.) 

These a toIs. oontain only 10 books. 

20419 — H. Hierild Diss. Saxo 
Grammaticus vindicatus s. de puri- 
tate lingnie lat. et castitate historiae 
danico! in Saxone. Havn. 1702. 4^ 
G. Reimeri Diss, de vita, erudi- 
tione et scriptis Saxonis Gramm. 
Hlmst. 1762. 4°. Mthi. Porsii 
scite et sententiose dicta Saxonis 
Gramm. Slesvici, 1585^ 12^ J. 
Jani Alani ad criminationes J. Go- 
ropii Becani objectas Saxoni Gramm. 
responsio. Havn. 1627. 4°. 

SAXOFERRATO, see Bartolus 
and Olimpo. 

20420 SAXUS, Pamphilus. Epi- 
grammatum libri IV. Disticho- 
rum libri II. De bello gallico. De 
landibos Veronie. Elegiarum liber 
unus. Brix., Bemardin. Misinta, 

189 leaves. A copy on vellum in the 
Royid library at Paris (bought at McCar- 
thy's sale for 401 fr.) 

20421 — strambotti del clar. poeta 
meser Pamphilo Saxa Modonese. 
Without place or date. 4°. Gothic 
letter. 

4 leaves with a columns. 

20422 — stramboti del clarissimo 
professore de le bone arte misser 
SasRO Modonese. Mil., J. Mar. di 
Parre, 28 Dec. 1506. 4°. 

20423 — opera del poeta miser Pam- 
philo Sasso, sonetti^ capitoli, eg- 



S C A 1671 

loghe. Ven., Gu. de Fontaneto, 

See also Pahfhilus. 

20424 SAY, J. Bt. Traits d'econo- 
mie politique. Ed. IV. Par.^ De- 
terville^ 1819. 8°. 2 voll. 

In German by L. H. Jakob, HaUe «. 
LpjK.y 1807. 8^ 9 voU. (5 d. 4 gr.) by 
C. Ed. Morstadt, Hdib., 1818-T9. 8^ 3 voU. 
(5 d. 18 gr.) In Spanish by J. Sanohes 
Rivera, Bankaux, 183 a. Ia^ 4 voll. 

SAYAS, see ^uhita. 

SAYENGIS, see Dits. 

SCAECSPEL, see Cesbolis. 

SCALA cceli, see Joannes, No. 

10813. 

20425 SCALIGER, Jos. Just. Epi- 
stola adversus barbarum, ineptnm 
et indoctum poema Insulani pa- 
troni dientis Lucani. Lutet., Pa- 
tisson, 1582. 8^ 

20426 — opus de emendatione tem- 
ponim, hac postrema editione ex 
auctoris ipsius manuscripto emen- 
datius magnaque accesaione auc- 
tius. Addita veterum Graecomm 
fragmenta selecta. Col. AUobr. 
(other copies, Geneva), typis Ro- 
verianis, 1629. fol. 

The best edition. Previously, Par,y Pa- 
Hsson, 1583. fol. Ff,y Wediely 1593. foL 
LB. 1598. fol. 

20427 — Yvonis Villiomari in locos 

controversos Rb. Titii animadversa. 

Lutet., Patisson, 1586. 8°. 
Also, Par, 1597. 8"*. 

20428 — epistola de vetustate et 

splendore gentis Scaligene et Jul. 

Caes. Scaligeri vita. Jul. Caes. 

Scaligeri oratio in luctu filioli Au- 

decti. Item testimonia de gente 

Scaligera et Jul. Caes. Scaligero 

(ed. Jan. Dousa). LB., Raphe- 

leng., 1594. 4°. 

A copy with Scioppius*s MS. notes in 
Catal. b&l. Imperial, p. 447. An account 
of the controversy that arose respecting it 
in Cai. Bunav. T. 1. vol. 2, p. 1583. 

20429 — cyclometrica elementa duo. 
Ace. mesolabium. LB. 1594. large 

4 • 

20430 — opuscula diversa grseca et 



1672 S C A 

latina, partim nunquam hactenus 
edita, partim ab auctore reoensita 
atque aucta. Par., Beys, 1605. S*'. 

20431 — opuscnla varia antehac non 
edita (ed. Is. Casaubonus). Par., 
Beys (other copies, Drouart),i6io. 
4°. Also on large paper. 

Repeated, Ff., Fischer, 161 2. S\ 

20432 — elenchus utriusque orati- 
onis chronologicse D. Parei. LB. 
1607. 4^ 

20433 — jambi gnomici nunc prim, 
editi a Dn. Heinsio. LB., Hae- 
stens, 1607. 8°. 

20434 — diatriba de sequinoctiorum 
anticipatione. Par .^ Drouart, 1 6 1 3 . 

4^ 

20435 — poemata omnia, ex museio 

Pt. Scriverij. {LB,), Rapheleng. 
1615. 12°. 
Previously, ib., id,, 1595. i«*. 

20436 — de re numaria dissertation 
edente Willebrordo Snellio. {LB.), 
BAphelengius, 161 6. 4°. 

Also, t6., id., 1618. 8°. And in Grano- 
mt Tfiet. antiq. gr. IX. 1493 sq. 

20437 — de arte critica diatriba, ex 
museo Jo. Morsii. LB. 161 9. 4"^. 

20438 — epistolse omnes quae reperiri 
potuerunt^ nunc prim. coUectse ac 
edit® (ed. Dn. Heinsius). LB.^ 
Bonav. et Abr. Elzevirii, 1627. 8^ 

A key thereto in Cotomeni Oputo. p. 
T45 Bq. In the edition, Ff., AtUtrii, 1628. 
8**. the misprints of the preceding edition 
are indeed corrected, but it is badly print- 
ed, the list of Scaliger*s correspondents is 
omitted, and the wrong situation of some 
of the letters is not corrected according to 
the direction in the errata of the preceding 
edition. An index is wanting to both edi- 
tions. — See also Epitres, No. 6856. 

20439 — Scaligerana, Thuana, Per- 

roniana, Pithoeana et Colomesiana, 

avec les notes de plusieurs savans. 

Amst., Covens, 1 740. 1 2*". 2 voll. 

Thesaurus Temporum, see Eusebius. 
— PanemuB, see PARCEMiiE. 

20440 SCALIGER, Jul. Caes. Ora- 
tio pro Cicerone contra Erasmum. 
Par., VidcEUs, 1531. 8^ 

20441 — novor. epigrammatum liber 
unicus. Ejasd. hymni duo. Ejusd. 



SCA 

diva Ludovica Sabaudia. Par., 
Vascosanns, 1533. 8^. 

20442 — lacrims (in obitum duds a 
Longavilla). Par.^Vasco8anu8^i534. 
8°. 

20443 — Nemesis una cum duobus 
bymnis. Par. , Vascosanus, 1535.4°. 

20444 — manes CatuUiani. With- 
out place or date. 4°. 

20445 — heroes (epigrammata) . 
Lugd., Sb. Gryphius, 1539. 4°. 24 
pages. 

20446 — liber de comicis dimensi- 
onibus. Lugd., Sb. Gryphius, 1539. 
8®. 56 pages. 

A very scarce original edition, consult 
FreytagH Appar. Hit. III. 599. 

20447 — de caussis linguae lat. 
Lugd., Gryphius, 1540. 4°. 

Aho, without place, Pt. Santandreanus, 
1580, or 84, or 97. 8"*. Apud Commelm., 
ii5o9. 8". 

20448 — poemata. Lugd., ap. Be- 
ringos fratres, 1546. 8**. 

20449 — exotericee exercitationes de 

subtilitate ad versus Cardanum. Lu- 

tet., Mch. Vascosanus, 1557. 4^ 

Also, Bos. 1560. foL. Ff. 1576, or g%, 
or 1665. 8°. Harun. 1634. 8°. 

20450 — poetices libri VII. {Genev,), 
J. Crispinus (other copies, Ani. 
VincerUius), 1561. fol. 

Also, ap. Santandr., 1581. 8^ ap. Com^ 
meWn, 1607. 8^ 

20451 — de sapientia et beatitudine 
libri VIII. quos Epidorpides in. 
scripsit. {Genev.), Eustath.Vignon, 

1573- 8°. 

20452 — poemata omnia. Apud 
Commelin. 1600 or 21. 8^ 2 parts 
in I vol. 

Previously, without place, 1574. 8*. 
Apud Pi. Santandreanum, 1591. 8^ 

20453 — epistolae et orationes. LB., 
Raphelengius, 1600. 8°. 

20454 — epistolia duo lectu dignissi- 

ma, ex museo Jo. Morsii. LB. 

1619. 4^ 

Also in Schelhornii Aman. RtL I. 260- 
2S6. 

20455 — epistolae aliquot nunc pri- 
mum vulgatae. Ace. alia ejusd. 



SCA 

opuscula et fragmenta praefationis 
in Aristotelis historiam de animali- 
bos eic. TolosK^Colomerius, 1620. 

4^ 

20456 — adversuB Des. Erasznum 
orationes duse, eloquentiee Romanie 
vindices, una cum ejusd. epistolis 
et opusculis nondum vulgatis. Ace. 
problemata Gelliana. TcSosse, Bosc, 
162 1. 4°. 

Also, ib. 1623. 4^ 

20457 SCAMOZZI.Vinc. Idea deU' 
architettura. Ven., G. Valentino, 
1615. fol. 2 vols, with plates print- 
ed in the text. 

This original edition is very scarce. Also, 
PiaxMokiy 1687. fol. VeiUy Jlbrizxi, 1694. 
foL Ven, 1714. fol. with plates. The 4th, 
5 th, 9th, and loth books of this work never 
appeared. 

20458 — oeuvres d'architecture, trad. 
Agst. Charl. d'Aviler et Sm. Dury. 
Haye, 1736. fol. with plates. 

Previously, L^tflE?, 1 713. fol. The trans- 
lation of the 6th book only is by AvUer, 
which had previously appeared by itself 
under the title, Let cinq ordres d''archi' 
tedure. Par. 1685. ^^• 

20459 — oeuvres d'architecture (6dit. 
abr^gee par Jombert). Par. 1764. 
large 8^ with plates. 

In German, Nrb. 1697. fol. In Dutch, 
AnuL 1658. fol. 

20460 — discorsi sopra Tantichitk di 
Roma, con 40 tavole in rame per 
Bt. Pitoni. Ven., Ziletti, 1582 
(other copies 1583) fol. with 
plates. 

Scarce. 

20461 SCAPINELLI, L. Opere 

(poetiche). Parma, Bodoni, 1801. 
large 8°. 2 voU. 

20462 SCAPULA, J. Lexicon gr8B- 

co-latinum. Additum auctarium 

dinlectorum, nee non lexicon etj- 

mologicum et J. Meursii glossari- 

um contractum. LB., Elzevirii et 

Hackius, 1652. fol. 

This fine edition is the only one of the 
Mer editions that is sought after, and this 
is so much so, that it has been already 
sold in England for from 10 to lal. Some 
copies have a new title with the date. 
Land,, Ktrton et ThomptoUy 165a. fol. 



SCA 



167S 



The edition, Land. 1637. fol- >< Also of 
some value. 

20463 — appendix ad lexicon grseco- 
latinum a J. Scapula constructum 
et ad alia lexica grseca. Lond. 
1789. 8^ 

This MS. of an unknown author was 
found in Askew's library. 

20464 — lexicon grseco-lat. £ditio 
nova, in qua nunc primum vocabula 
ex appendice Askeviana secundum 
literarum seriem inseruntur. Glasg., 
Duncan, 1816. 4°. 2 voU. (7I. 75.) 

20465 — lexicon graeco-lat. e proba- 
tis auctoribus locupletatum cum in- 
dicibus et greeco et latino auctis et 
correctis, additum auctarium dia- 
lector. Ace. lexicon etymologicum 
et J. Meursii glossarium contrac- 
tum. Ed. nova, cui ace. D'orvillii 
animadvv. nunc primum vulgatas, 
selectissimee etiam Dn. Scotti et 
appendix, Askeviana dicta. Con. 
silio et cura J. Bailej, op. et stud. 
J. Rch. Major. Lond., Priestley, 
1820. 4^ (51. 58.) 

20466 — • lexicon grseco-lat. ex edit. 
Elzeviriana. Indici graeco inserun- 
tur aliquot verbor. millia e Scoto, 
Bastio aliisque. Ox., typ. Clarend.» 
1820. fol. (3I. 138. 6d.) 

20467 SCARAMELLI, Baldassar. 

Dui canti del poema eroico di Scan. 

derbec, con altre rime e prose. Car- 

magnola, Bellone, 1585. 8^. 

A very scarce book, in which are to be 
found 3 novels, unknown to the earlier 
bibliographers. 

20468 SCARAMUZZA, poema in 
vernacolo familiare Venezian. Yen. 

1788. 12^ 

20469 SCARANUS, Luc. Sceno- 
phylax. Dialogus de tragcediis et 
comcediis. Ven., J. Bt. Ciotti,i6oi. 

'' This work is little known amongst ns, 
and his reasons for the use of verse iu 
comedy and tragedy deserve to be well ex- 
amined.** Le$aing*9 Leben, III. 371. 

20470 SCARFO, Gi. Crisost. Poe- 

sie varie. Ven., Fenzo, 1737. 4°. 

Containing, amongst other things, 8 Latin 
tragedies and 2 comedies by Coridano 



1674 



SCA 



Martirano ^at first, Neap, 1556. 8**.), and 
several Latin poems by M. Ant. Flami- 
nius. 

20471 SCARPA, Ant. Anatomies 
disquisitt. de anditu et olfacta. 
Ticini, 1789. fol. with plates. 

Also, Medioly 1 793. fol. with plates. 

20472 — anatomies annotatt. de 
gangliis et plexubus nervorum et 
de organo olfiaetus priecipuo. Ti- 
cini^ T792. 4^ 2 vols, with plates. 

20473 — tabulee nevrologicse. Tici- 
ni, 1 794. large fol. 

20474 — de penitiori ossium struc- 

tura. Plaeentiae, 1800. 8®. with 

plates. 

In addition, Malacame; see the article 
LuDwio (No. 11494). 

20475 — riflessioni ed osservazioni 
anatomico-chirurgiche suU' aneuris- 
ma. Pavia, 1804. large fol. with 
plates. 

20476 — index rerum musei anatom. 
Ticinensis. Ticini, 1804. 8°, 

20477 — suir ernie. Edizione ae- 
crese. dall' autore di molte osser- 
vazioni anatomiche e patologiehe. 
Pavia, Fusi, 1819. 4^ with an 
atlas in fol. 

Previously, Mil. 1809. fcIL with plates. 

20478 — saggio di osservazioni e 
d'esperienze sulle principali malat- 
tie aegli oeehi. Ed. V. aeereseiuta 
dall' autore. Pavia, 1816. large 8°. 
2 vols, with plates. 

Previously, ib, 1801. 4°. Ven, 1801. 8°. 
with plates. 

20479 — Memoria ehirurgiea sui 
piedi torti congeniti dei fian- 
eiulli, e sulla maniera di eorreg- 
gere questa deformitk. Ed. 3. eon 
aggiunte. Pavia, 181 7. large 8^ 
with 5 plates. 

Previously, ib., 1803. 4^ ib., 1805. 8*". 

20480 — memoria sulla legatura 
della principali arterie degli arti 
con una appendice all' opera sull' 
aneurisma. Fa via, 1817. 4^ 

20481 — lettere sulla legatura delle 
grosse arterie delle arti. Pisa, 1820. 
8«. 

20482 — memoria sull' ernia del pe- 
rineo. Pavia^ 1821. fol. with 5 
plates. 



SCA 

20483 SCARRON, P. Le Virgile 

travesty en vers burlesques. Sui- 

vant la copie impr. k Paris. (Amst., 

Wolfgang), 1668. 12°. 2 vols, of 

372 and 307 pages. — Le romant 

comique. Suiv. la copie impr. k 

Par. (Amst., Wolfgang), 1678-80. 

12^ 3 parts of 216, 196 and 157 

pages. — Les ceuvres de Searron. 

Suiv. la copie impr. a Par. 1668. 

12^ 2 vols, the I St of 271 pages, 

and the 2nd of 64, 83, 80 and 75 

pages. — Les derni^res ceuvres de 

Searron. Tom. I. (et unique). Suiv. 

la copie impr. k Paris 1668. 12°. 

237, 84 and 66 pages. — Les nou- 

velles ceuvres tragicomiques de 

Searron. Amst., Wolfgang, 1675. 

12^ 252 pages. 

These 7 vols, of a greatly sought after 
and neat edition are seldom found toge- 
ther. It is joined to the Elzevir series. Of 
some of the vols, there are also earlier 
Dutch impressions, which are also sought 
after. For instance, Le Virgile iraveety 

ilivre I et 2). Suiv. la copie impr, d Paris. 
Leide, EUfevir), 1648. 13". 170 pages. 
Suiv. la cop. impr. a Par. 1651. 12% the 
1st and 2nd book of 170 pages, and the 
3rd, 4th and 5th, with the date 1650, of 72, 
91 and 94 pages. Suiv, la oop. de Par. 
1652. I2^ which contains all Uie 8 books. 
— Le romant comique. Leide^ J, Sambixy 
1655. 12**. Also Stiiv. la copie de Par. 
{Amat., Wolfgang), 1662-65. 12'. 2 parts 
of 279 and 256 pages. — Reoueil dee ceuvres 
burlesques. Jouxte la copie d Par. {Legde^ 
EUtevir), 1655. '**• TiZA P»gw> printed in 
Italics. — Le Jodelei ou le mdure valet. 
Suiv. la oop, etc. 1648. I2^ Les trois Do~ 
roihies ou Jodelet souffleU, Suiv, la cop. 
etc. 1648. 12*. VheriH^ ridicule. Suiv. 
la copie etc. 1650. 1 2°. These 3 pieces like- 
wise proceeded from the Elzevir printing 
establishment at Leyden. 

20484 — ceuvres. Nouv. ^t. revue, 
corrig^ et augmentee (par Bruzen 
de la Martini^re). Amst., Wet- 
stein et Smith, 1737. 12°. 9 parts 
in 10 vols, with plates. 

20485 — ceuvres. Nouv. ^dit. revue, 
corrigee et augm. Amst., Wet- 
stein, 1752. 12^ 7 vols, with 

plates. 

The preceding edition has better impres- 
sions of the plates, but this latter edition is 
otherwise to be preferred in ever? respect, 
and is as yet the best edition of his works. 



SCA 

20486 — oeuvres. Par., Bastien, 
1786. 8°. 7 voll. 

It has sometimes been erroneously main- 
tained that the Maxarinade was wanting 
in this edition; it is nevertheless at the 
end of the ist yoL 

20487 — le roman comique. Par., 
Didot, an 4 (1796). 8°. 3 vols, with 
plates by le Barbier (15 fr.) 

It is well known that the ist and 2nd 
vols, only are by Scarron, but that the 3rd 
is by A. Offiny. 

20488 — le roman comique. Nouv. 
^d. revue et corrigee. Par., Roret 
et Roussel> 1821. 12^ 4 voll. (8fr.) 

A new German translation, Reval u. 
Lpz. 1783-84. 8°. 3 vols. (2 d.) See 
also DuMONT No. 6490. 

20489 — the&tre. Par. 1755. 12°. 3 
voll. 

20490 SCARCELLINI, Vine. Eg- 
loghe ed idillj. Yen., AlvisopoG, 
1819. 8^ 

20491 SCELTA di facezie, tratti, 

buffonerie, motti e burle cavate da 

diversi autori. JPir., Jac. Giunti 

1579. 8°. 
Also ib,, id,, 1586. 8°. 

20492 — di sonetti (compilata da 

Teobaldo Ceva). Ven. 1737. 8^ 
See also Domxkichi, Gobbi and Ve- 

DUTE. 

20493 SCENERY, Italian, repre- 
senting the manners, customs and 
amusements, of the different Ita- 
lian states. Lond. 1806. 4°. with 
32 plates^ (4I. 4s.) 

20494 — Italian. Views from draw- 
ings by E. F. Batty, engraved by 
Charl. Heath and others. Lond. 
1818-20. large 8^ 12 numbers, 
(at IDS. 6d.) 

20495 — Swiss. Views from draw. 

ings by Cockburn, engrav. by Charl. 

Heath and others. Lond. 1819. 

large 8°. 12 numbers (at los. 6d., 

in 4^ 16s.) 

African, see Dakiell ; Holy land, see 
Spilsburt ; Italian, see Godley ; Ori- 
ental, see Dakielt. ; Scotish, see Cribie. 

20496 SCEP. 'T seep vol wonders. 
Antw., 17 Jun. 1514. fol. Gothic 
letter. 

20497 SCHACHT, J. Hm. Ani. 



SCH 



1676 



raadvv. ad C. Ikenii antiquitates 
hebr. Traj. ad Rh.. 1810. 8°. (4 fl.) 
SCHACHZABEL, see Cessolib. 
Consult Hagen Grundr. zur Gesch. 
der deutsch. Poesie p. 426. 

20498 SCHAFFER, Jac. Ch. Sam- 
mtliche Papierversuche. 2 Aufl. 
Nebst 81 Mustern u. 13 theils il- 
ium, theils schwarzen KK. Re- 
gensb., Zunkel, 1772. small 4^ 

6 parts in i vol. 

There is an accurate list of his numerous 
other writings in the Allgem. Utt, Anxeiger 
1798. p. 1733. 

SCHALLER, G., Thierbuch, see 
Amman, No. 521. 

20499 SCHAMIR. Le restant de 

I'histoire de I'Arm^nie et de la 

G^orgie (armenice). Madras, 1775. 

4°. 148 pages. 

Hiis work contains Mesrob Eietz*s life of 
St. Nerses, patriarch of Armenia, and St. 
Orbelien^s short history of Oeoi^a and 
Armenia. The editor Schamir was an 
Armenian merchant; the impression is 
very faulty. Consult Notices et exiraita 
T. IX. P. I. p. 278 sq. 

20500 SCHANNAT, J. F. Vinde- 
min literaris h. e. veterum monu- 
mentor. ad Germaniam sacram prse- 
cipue spectantium collectio I. et II. 
Fuldee et Lps. 1723-24. fol. 

20501 — historia episcopatus Wor- 
matiensis. Ff. 1734. fol. 2 vols, 
with plates. 

20502 — corpus traditionum Fulden- 
sium. Lps. 1724. fol. 

20503 — Fuldischer Lehnhof s. de 
clientela Fuldensi beneficiaria, no- 
bili et equestri. Ff. a. M.^ 1726. 
fol. 

Corrections thereto in Eston neuen klei^ 
rum Schrr. II. 334. sq. 

20504 — dioecesis et hierarchia Ful. 
densis. Ff . 1 7 2 7 . fol . 

20505 — historia Fuldensis. Ff. 1729. 
fol. 

See also Concilia. 

20506 SCH APHERDER. Derschap- 
herders Kalender. Eyn sere schone 
vnde nutthe boek, myt velenfmcht* 
baren materien. Rost.^ L. Dietz, 
1523. 4^ with woodcuts. 

103 numbered leaves. Consult Becjc- 



1676 



SCH 



inann*8 BeUrr. I. 114. Braumehweig. 
Aruteiffen, 1745- p* 1659 and 2037. ^ohrg, 
1 746, p. 138. The calendar appears to be 
translated from upper Saxon, but U of 
value in the low Saxon dialect from its 
having^ Cterman expressions for terms of 
art, for example, Ummering^ the periphery 
of the circle, Porring, the circle. An earlier 
edition has this title ; Eyn nyge kalender. 
rechi holdende. Vn eyn nuite. hmttlick, 
ffont ghenochiiek bock etc Lttbede, Harut 
Amdesy 15 19. 4. (Both at Wolfenb&tteL) 
See also Compost and Shepherd. 

20507 SCHARD, Sim. {anon,) Ger- 
manicarum rerum quatuor cele- 
briores vetustioresque chronographi 
(Turpinus, Rhegino, Sigebertus 
Grembl. et Lambertus Schafnab.) 
Pf. a. M., 1566. fol. 

20508 — Historicum opus (s. scrip- 
tores rerum Germanicar.) Bas., 

H. Petri, 1574. fol. 4 parts. 

This collection contains only modem au- 
thors, with the exception of Lambertus 
Schafnaburgensis. Newly edited by H. 
Thomas, GiesstB, 1673. fol. 

20509 SCHATEN, N. Annalium 

Paderbomensium P. I. Neuhusii, 

1693. P. II. ib., 1698. P. III. 

Paderb., 1741. fol. 3 voll. 
Complete copies are not often met with. 

20510 — opera, h. e. historia West- 

phalica et annales Paderbornenses. 

Monasterii, 1773-75. fol. 3 voll. 
The Hisioria fVe»tph. 6rst appeared, 
JVtfuAiMtt, 1690. fol. 

20511 SCHATZBEH ALTER, der. 
Nrb., Ant. Koberger, 1491. fol. 
with woodcuts. 

352 leaves. Greatly sought after on ac- 
count of the 95 fine woodcuts by Mcfa. 
Wohlgemuth. 

SCHAUBITHNE, see Comoedien. 
SCHAUFELBERGER, see Homb- 

Rus, No. 1 008 1. 
SCHEDEL. Hartm., see Chro- 

NICA No 4147. 

20512 SCHEFFER, J. Lectionum 

academicar. liber. Hmb., Schultze, 

1675. 8°. 

M%9oeUane€L Upt. Dvrekeiuon^ 1697. 8*. 
is only a new title to this book. See also 

KOKUWOA. 

20513 SCHEID, Ch. L. Origines 
Guelficae. T. I-IV. Hannov. 1750- 
53. T. V. ed. J. H. Jung, ib., 1 780. 
foL 5 vols, with plates. 



SCH 

All the copies still in the warehouse were 
destroyed by a fire at Hanover in 1809, 
consequently the 5th vol. in particular, 
which many libraries had not got at the 
time, is scarce, and incomplete copies can 
no longer be completed. The accuracy of 
the work, and how far it can be depended 
upon, liave of late years often been doubted. 

20514 SCHEID, Ever. Lexicon 
hebr. et chald. manuale in codicem 
sacrum V. T., cura J. J. Groene- 
woud. Ultraj. et Leidse, 1805-10. 
4°. 2 voll. (9 fl. 6 St.) 

20515 SCHEID, Jac. Glossarium 
arabico-latinum manuale, maximam 
partem e lexico Goliano excerptnm. 

Ed. II. LB., 1787. 4^ 

The first edition, LB. 1769. 4°. is far 
more complete. 

20516 SCHELHORN, J. G. Amoe- 
nitates literarise, quibus varise ob- 
servationes, scripta item qusedam 
anecdota et rariora opuscnla exhi- 
bentur. Ff. et Lps., Bartholomsei, 
1725-31. 8°. 14 voll. 

20517 — amoenitates historiae eccle- 
siastics et literarise. Ff. et Lpz., 
Bartholomaei, 1737-38. 8°. 2 voll. 

20518 — Ergotzlichkeiten aus der 
Kirchenhistorie u. Literatur. Ulm 
n. Lpz., 1761^64. 8°. 12 parts in 3 
vols. 

20519 SCHELHORN II. J. G. 
Beitrage zur Erlaut. der Geschichte, 
besonders der schwab. Gtelehrten. 
n. Kirchengeschichte. Memmingen^ 
Mayer, 1772-75. 8°. 4 pieces in i 
vol. (16 gr.) 

20520 — Sammlung fiir die Gte. 
schichte, vornehmlich zur Kirchen. 
u. Gelehrtengeschichte. i . (u. einzi- 
ger) Bd. Nordl., Beck, 1779. 8^ 
(16 gr.) 

20521 — kleine histor. Schriften. 
Memmingen, Seyler, 1789-90. 8®. 
2 voll. (i d. 8 gr.) 

20522 — Anleitung fiir Bibliotbekare 
u. Archivare. Ulm, Stettin, 1778- 
91. 8®. 2 voll. (2 d.) 

20523 SCHELLER, Imm. J. Gerh. 
AusfQhrl. u. moglichst vollstan- 
diges lat.-deutsches u. deutsch-lat. 
Lexikon. 3 Ausg. Lpz., Fritseh, 
1804-5. large 8^. 7 voU. (16 d.) 



SCH 

20524 — lexicon latino-belgicum 
anctonim daasioor. curante D. 
Rnhnkenio. LB., LuchtmanB, 1799. 
4^ 2 voll. (16 fl.) 

20525 — precepta stili bene ladni. 
Ed. III. Lps., Fritscli, 1797. 8*». 
2 Yoll. (2 d. 8 gr.) 

SCHELMENZUNFT, gee Mur. 

NBB. 

20526 SCHELSTRATE, Emman. 
a. Antiqnitas ecclesiK, diasertatio- 
nibiis, monnmentis ac notis iUus- 
trata. RomsB^ oongr. de prop, fide, 
1692-97. foL 2 roll. 

^e ist Tol. contains eedenaftiGal chro- 
nology, the and oxletiastical geography. 

SCHELTUS, see Placaatboek. 
SCHEMSEDDIN, see Hafiz. 
SCHENCK, Pt., see Perkier. 

20527 SCHERER, Jos. von. Ta- 

babe anatoinic»^ qn» exhibent mu- 

sei anatom. academic Cssar. Regiae 

Josephinie prieparata cerea. Per- 

lustratie et commentatee a Jos. a. 

Scherer, delineate el aari incisse a 

P. J. Weindl. (Also with a Ger- 

man title^ Anatomische Tabellen 

nach der Wachspraeparatensamm- 

lung der K. K. Josepbin. Aka- 

demie zu Wien). Wien, Grerold^ 

1817-21. large fol. 5 vols, with the 

supplement, with illuminated plates 

(170 d. 16 gr.) 

With ft Latin and G^erman text. The ist 
voL contains the syndesmology, the and- 
5th the myology. 

SCHERER, Alex. N., see Jour- 

NAL, No. 10936. 

20528 SCHERHI tohfei Wehbi. 
Commentary on the sift of Wehbi, 
by Modems Ahmea Hajveti E- 
fendi. Constantinop. 12 15 (1800). 
8**. 503 pages. 

20529 SCHERHI ayamilol-dschedid. 
Commentary on the treatise on 
particles of Bergewi, by Scheich 
M ustafii. Constantinop. 1220(1 805 ) . 

8^ 88 pages. 
See also Seihisaoe. 

SCHERIFEDDIN, see Croix, No. 

5465. 

SCHERNO degli dei, seeBRAcoio- 

LINI. 
VOL. IV. 



SCH 16T7 

SCHERZ mit der Wahrheit, see 
Pauli, No. 15996. 

20530 SCHERZ, J. O. Olossarium 
germanicum medii aevi, potissimum 
dialecti sueyici. Edidit, illustra- 
vit, supplevit Jac. Jerem. Oberlin. 
Arg., Lorenz, 1781-84. fol. 2 yoll. 
(13 d. I2gr.) 

See also Boker and Schilter. 

SCHERZI, see Gi. Oer. Rossi. 

20531 SCHEUCHZER, J. Jac. 
Kupferbibel, in welcher die Phy. 
sica sacra oder geheiligte Natur. 
wissenschaft derer in heil. Schrift 
yorkommenden naturlichen Sachen 
deutlich erklart u. bewahrt. Augsp. 
u. Ulm, Pfetfei^ ^ 731-35- large fol. 
4 yols. with plates. 

This work, still prized on account of its 
neat plates, contians 750 plates, and be- 
sides &em a title-plate prefixed to the ist 
▼oL, and Scbeiichzer*s and Pfefiel*s por- 
traits. It was formerly supposed that this 
Chsnnan edition contained uie first impres* 
sions ; but as those of the following Latin 
edition are equally fine, it is more probable 
that the plates were added to both editions 
without distinction. 

20532 — physica sacra iconibus seneis 
illustrata. Aug. Vind. et Ulmse, 
1731-35. large fol. 4 yols. with 
plates. 

20533 — physique sacr^ ou histoire 
naturelle de la bible, trad, du latin. 
Amst., Schenk, 1732-37. fol. 8 
yols. with plates. 

The engrayings are impressions of the 
same plates, which were used in the pre- 
ceding editions. 

20554 — geestelyke Natuurkunde. 
Amst, 1735. fol. 8 yols. with 750 
plates. 

The plates of the original edition were also 
used for this edition. 

20535 — itinera per Helyetiae Al- 
pinas regiones facta annis 1 702-1 1 . 
LB. 1723. 4^ 4 parts in 2 vols, 
with plates. 

Previously, Land. 1708. 4*. Also in 
German under the title, Naiurhi$ione deM 
Sohweixerlandes. ZUr, 1 716-18, or 175a. 
4*". with plates. 

20536 — herbarium diluvianum. 
LB., Pt. yan der Aa, 1723. fol. 

With 14 plates and the portrait of the 
author. 



1678 



SCH 



SCHEYB, see Peutinobr. 

20537 SCHICKARD, Gu. Tarich 
fa. e. series regum Persiae ab Ard- 
schir-Babekan usque ad Jazdiger- 
dem a Caliphis expulsum. Tubingae, 
Werlinus, 1628. 4**. 

Scarce, yet but of little use in reality, al- 
though too unfairly judged in {JenUch) 
comm, defoHs linguar. OrienUdl. VieniuBy 
1780. fol. p. CXXX. Consult Lessing 
Mur Getch. «. IMt. I. 83 sq. Schnurrer 
Nachricht von den Lehrem der hehr. Lit. 
zu TuHng. p. a 1 2 sq. Brunt in Paulut 
MemorabUien, The original of this family- 
register, composed in the Turkish lan- 
guage, of whicli Schickard has edited only 
a small and a less important part, is to be 
found in the Ducal library at Wolfen- 
bOttel (MS. Blankenb. 144.) It forms a 
roll on paper 33^ Leipsic ells long and ^ an 
ell wide, and was obtained as booty by 
Veit Marchtaler, dtizen of Ulm, 14 Dec* 
1593, at the storming of the Hungarian 
fortress Filek, and was sold by his son of 
the same name in the year 1653, to duke 
Augustus, for 60 dollars. 

20538 SCHILDBERGER, (Hans.) 
Hie vacfaet an d* schildberger der 
vil wunders erfaren hatt in der hey- 
denschafft vnd in d' tiirckey. With- 
out place or date ( Ulm., J. Zainer, 

1473 ?). fol. with woodcuts. 

These travels, which contain information 
respecting the Mogul and Persian empires, 
were performed betweeu 1394 and 1427. 

20539 Ff. a. M., Hm. Giilffe- 

rich, IS 49- 4°- 
20540 -— — Nrb., J. vom Berg u. 
Ulr. Neuber^ without date. 4°. with 

woodcuts. 
Also in Wolfenbattel. 

20541 Ff. a. M., Wigand Han, 

without date (about 1554)- 4°. with 
woodcuts. 

20542 Magdeb., J. Francke, 

1606. 8°. 

The edition by Abr. J. Penzel, Muneh. 
1813. 8°. is without any fresh matter what- 
ever. 

20543 SCHILDBUR6ER. Die 
Schiltburger. Wunderseltzame Ab- 
endtheurliche, vnerhorte, vnd bis- 
her ynbeschriebene Oeschichten 
vnd Thaten der obgemelten Schilt- 
biirger in Misnopotamia hinder 
Vtopia gelegen. Itzund also frisch 
. . . zusammengetragen, vnd auss 



SCH 

Vtopischer auch Rothwelscher in 
Deutsche Sprach gesetzt. Durch 
M. Aleph^ Beth, Gimel. Misnopo- 
tamia, 1 598. S°. 1 89 pages. 

This first edition is at WolfenbOtteL An 
earlier edition of 1 597 in 8**. which Draud 
cites without mentioning the place of print- 
ing, is doubtfiiL Editions of 1605 and 16 14 
are also quoted. Also, without place, 1665. 
8®. (oounaeUor von Meuaebach of B^lin.) 

20544 — das lustige u. lacherliche 

Lalenbuch, d. i. wunderseltsame. . 

Oeschichten u. Thaten der Lalen 

zu Lalenburg. Without place or 

date (about 1710-ao). 8°. with 

woodcuts, 133 pages. 

This edition is at Wolfenbeuttel ; but 
there is without doubt an older one still. 
The Lalenlmch is only a new title for the 
ScMldif&rger. The SchifdMtrger also fcMtn 
the first division of GriUenverireibert von 
AgyrUt. Ff. 1670. 8". or Nrb. 1678. 8". 
Only the ist part of the Schildbiiiger ia re- 
printed in F. H. von der Hagen Narren-. 
buck. Halle, 18 ri. 8°. Consult Kooht 
Compendium II. 345. 

SCHILDITZ, see Hermannus. 

20545 SCHILLER, F. von. Sammt. 
liche Schriften. Stuttg. u. Tiib., 
Cotta, 1812-15. 8^ 12 vols. Also 
on Swiss paper, and on veUum 
paper. 

'niis collection is chronologically arranged 
in 4 divisions, by which much matter oi a 
similar nature is separated. In the edition, 
ib., 181 7 etc. 12**. Uie different kinds of his 
writings are put together, each kind in 
chron(9agical order. The edition, ib. 1823 
etc. 12°. has the same arrangement. The 
stereotyped edition of the Gediehie, Lpm. 
Vogel, 1818. 12°. 2 vols, (i d. 8 gr. On 
writing paper id. 16 gr. (/n vellum pi^per 
2 d. 12 gr.) is neat and very correct. The 
splendid edition of Don Carlot, Lpm. 
Gdtchen, 1803. laige 8"*. on pressed vel* 
lum paper with 5 plates, designed by Catel 
and engraved by Bohm, is got up in a very 
superior manner. 

20546 — allgemeine Sammlung hi. 
storischer Memoires vom 12. Jahrh. 
bis auf die neuesten Zeiten. Jena, 
Mauke, 1790-1806. 8^ 33 voU. 

(43 d.) 

20547 — - teatro scelto trad, da Pom. 

peo Ferrario. Mil. 1819. 12°. 6 

voU. 

Containing, Carlot, Jungfr. v. CMeans, 
Br. V. Meuina, M. Siuarty Tell and 
Fietco. 



SCH 

20548 — Storia delia guerra dei 
trent' anni^ trad, da Ant. Benci. 
Fir. 1822. 8°. 2 voll. — II visionario. 
Mil. 1809. 12°. with plates. 

20549 — thefttre, trad, par Lamarte- 
li^. Par., an 8 (1799). 8®. 2 voU. 
— (Euvres dramatiques trad, de 
Fallem. (par de Barante). Par.^ 
Ladyocat, 1821. 8°. 6 voll. (30 fr., 
on vellum paper 90 fr.) — Hist, de 
la guerre de 30 ans trad, (par 
Chanfeux). Par. 1803. 8®. 2 voll. 
Hist, de la guerre de 30 ans et de la 
paix de Westphalie par Woltmann. 
Trad, de Tallem. et accompagn^e 
de notes par Mailher de Chassat. 
Par, 1820. 8°. 2 voll. — Wallenstein 
trad, par Bj. Constant. Par. 1809. 
8°. Don Carlos trad, par Adr. 
Lezay. Par. 1800. 8^. Jeanne 
d'Arc trad, par C. F. Cramer. Par. 
1802. 8^ 

20550 — the conspiracy of Fiesco, 
translated from the German. Lond. 
1796. 8°. — Don Carlos. Lond. 
1798. 8°. — Wallenstein, translated 
by Coleridge. Lond. 1 800. 8°.— The 
robbers, translated by Render. 
Lond. 1800. 8°. — Mary Stuart. 
Lond. 1 80 1. 8°. — The Minister, a 
tragedy. Lond. 1798. 8^ — History 
of the rise and progress of the Bel- 

fian republic, translated by T. 
lorne. Lond. 1807. 8^ (4s. 6d.) 

20551 — historia om trettio-ariga 
Kriget. Stokh. 1 796. 8°. 2 voll. — 
Ballady i piesni prz. J. N. Kami- 
enski: Lemberg, 1820. 12^ — 
Geschiedenis van den 30 jarigen 
Religie-Oorlog. le Deel. Amst., 
Jongh, 1794* ^^' ^ith plates (i fl. 
I o St.) — Geschiedenis van den Af val 
der vereenighde Nederlanden. 1. 
Deel. Amst. 1792. 8^. (3 fl. 5 st.) 
— De Geestenziener. Haag, 1801. 
8°. 2 voll. (4 fl. 8 St.) — Treurspelen 
in jambische Verzen vertaald door 
J. Kinker. le Deel (Jgfr. von Orl., 
and M. Stuart). Amst. 1807. 8^ 
(I fl. 18 St.) 

20552 SCHILLING, Diebold. Be- 
schreibung derBurgundischen Krie- 



SCH 



1679 



gen u. einiger anderer in der 
Schweiz u. sonderlich zu Bern um 
selbige Zeit vorgefallenen merk. 
wiirdigen BegeY)enheiten. Bern, 
Fatscheryn, 1743. fol. 

An ertremely remarkable work on ac- 
count of the old popular war-aongs which 
are inserted; see Bouterweek Gesch. der 
Foetie IX. 308 sq. Copies were published 
both with and without (seven) plates. 

SCHILTBERGER, see Schild- 

BERGER. 

20553 SCHILTEB, J. Thesaurus 

antiquitatum teutonicarum ecclesi- 

asticarum, civilium, literariarum, 

cum emendatt. et notis J. G. Scher- 

zii ac variorum. Prsefationem ge- 

neralem prsemisit J. Frickius. Ul- 

mse, Bartholomsei, 1727. fol. 3 vols. 

with plates. 

A collection greatly sought after. A 
copy on lai^ paper in the library at Wol- 
fenbattel. 

20554 SCHIMMELPENNINCK, 
Mary. Theory on the classifica- 
tion of beauty and deformity, and 
their correspondence with physio- 
gnomic expression. Lond. 1 8 15. 4^ 
with plates (3I. 138. 6d.). 

SCHIMPF und Ernst, see J. 
Pauli. 

20555 SCHINOSI, Fr. Istoria della 
compagnia di Gesii appartenente al 
regno di Napoli. Nap. 1706. 4''. 
4 voll. 

20556 SCHKUHR, Chr. Beschrei- 
bung u. Abbildung der Riedgraser. 
Witt, u. Lpz., Fleischer, 1801. 8®. 
Nachtrag. ib. 1806. 8''. with 93 
plates (18 d.). 

20557 — Deutschlands kryptogam. 
Gewachse. Witt. 1804-9. 4°* 9 
parts with 319 illuminated plates 

(45 d.). 

20558 — botan. Handbuch der mehr. 
entheils in Deutschland wildwachs- 
endeuj theils ausland. in Deutsch- 
land unter freiem Himmel ausdau- 
ernden Gewachse. 2e mit den 
Riedgrasem verm. Ausg. Witt. u. 
Lpz., Fleischer, 1804-8. large 8°. 
4 vols, with illuminated plates 

(75 d-). 
5 R« 



1680 



SCH 



20559 SCHLEGEL, J. Adf. Ver- 
mischte Gedichte. Hannov., 
Schmidt, 1787-89. 8°. 2 voll. (2 d.) 
— Fabeln u. Erzahlungen. Lps., 
Dyk, 1769. 8°. (16 gr.) 

20560 SCHLEGEL, J. El. Werke, 
herausg. von J. H. Schlegel. Ko- 
penh. u. Lpz., Mumme^ 1761—70. 
8^ 5 voll. 

20561 SCHLEUSNER, J. F. No- 

vum lexicon grseco-lat. in Novum 

Te3tam. Ed. IV. emendatior et 

auctior. Lps., Weidmann^ 1819. 

8^. 2 voll. (8 d., on writing paper 

10 d. 12 gr.^ on vellum paper 

12 d.) 

A reprint after the 5rd edition superin- 
tended by J. Smith, J. Strauchan and Ad. 
Dickenson appeared, Edmb. 18 14. 8**. 4vob. 
(3I. 3s., on large paper 61. 6s.) 

20562 — novus thesaurus philolo- 
gico-criticus s. lexicon in LXX et 
reliquos interpretes griecos ac scri- 
ptores apocryphos Vet. Test. Lps., 
Weidmann, 1820-21. 8^ 5 voll. 
(11 d. 12 gr., on white printing 
paper 12 d. 18 gr., on writing 
paper 1 5 d. 1 2 gr., on vellum paper 
19 d. 6 gr.) 

SCHLICHTEGROLL, see Stosch. 

20563 SCHMID, Erasm. Novi tes- 
tamenti grseci rafi^iop, alias concor- 
dantiae. Lond., Hamilton, 1819. 8°. 

2 voll. (ll. I OS.) 
Previously, WUL 1638. fol. 

SCHMID, J. And., see Mader. 

20564 SCHMIDEL, Hulderic. Vera 

historia admirandie cujusdam navi- 

gationis, quam Huldericus Schmidel 

ab a. 1534 ad a. 1554 in Americam 

juxta Brasiliam et Rio della Plata 

confecit, ab ipso Schmidelio ger- 

manice descripta, nunc vero in banc 

formam reducta (a Levino Hulsio). 

Nrb., Hulsius, 1599. 4^ 101 pages, 

with 17 plates. 

In this scarce piece is sometimes found, 
De$cripHo regni Gujana in America. 
Nrb. 1599. 4\ 10 leaves with 7 plates. 

20565 SCHMIDEL, Casim. Cp. 
Fossilium metalla et res metallicas 
concernentium glebse suis coloribus 
expressK. Erzstufen u. Bergarten 



SCH 

mit Farben genau abgebildet u. be. 
schrieben (lat. u. deutsch). Nrb. 
1 753. 4°. with 42 iUuminated plates. 

20566 — icones plantarum et aiudyses 
partium, edid. J. Ch. Keller. Er- 
langae. Palm, 1762-93. fol. 3 parts 
in I vol. with 75 illuminated plates 
(36 d. 6 gr.) 

20567 SCHMIDT, Ant. Thesaurus 
juris edesiastici, potissimum ger- 
manid, sen dissertatt. selectae in 
jus ecdesiast. Bamb., Gobhardt, 
1772-79. 4°. 7 voll. (18 d.) 

Vob. I and a were printed anew in 1774. 
The following is a continuation of this 
work. And, Ma^ Thesaurus novus juris 
eccles.y potissimum Germanic, RaHsb, et 
Nrb., GreUtenauery 1791-94. 4**. 4 toIs. 
(6d.) 

20568 SCHMIDT, Mch. Ign. Ge- 
schichte der Deutschen bis auf das 
Jahr 1544. Ulm, Stettin, 1785-88. 
8''. S voll. (5 d.) Register, ib. 
1788. 8^ (10 gr.) Neuere €te- 
schichte der Deutschen (vom 7. 
Bde an fortges. von Jos. Milbiller). 
ib. 1785-1808. 8^ 17 voll. (17 d. 

8gr.) 

The entire work also, Wien, 1 783-1 80S. 
8*. 25 vols. (35 d. 8 gr.) 

20569 SCHNEIDER, J. Glo. Kri. 
tisches griechisch-deutsches Hand- 
worterbuch. 3. Ausg. Lpz.. Hahn, 
1820. large 4°. 2 voll. (7 d. 16 gr.) 
Supplement, ib. 1821. large 4°. 

(21 gr.) 

20570 — Hand worterbuch der griech. 
Sprache, ausgearbeitet von Fr. 
Passow. Lpz., Vogel, 1819-24. 
small 4°. 2 voll. (6 d., on writing 
paper 8 d.) 

20571 SCHNURR von Lendsidel, 

Bths. Der Ameisen u. Miicken- 

krieg kunstlich beschrieben. Strb. 

1612. 8°. 

The real author of this oomic epopee was 
Hans Cp. Fuchs; Schnurr was only the 
editor. Pre^oualy anonymous under the 
title, Muokenkrieg. MSckenthal, 1600. 8^ 
(The editions of 1600 and 161 2 are at 
Wolfenblittel.) But there must be older 
editions, as Baumann has cited passages 
from it in his edition of the Reineke Fudu 
of 1522. The following edition is moder- 
nized in the language, Ljm.y Graffs 1806. 



SCH 

8*. (i2 gr.) Consult Kooh Compend, der 
detUteh. Lit, Geteh. I. 117. II. 353. Jeti, 
Lit. Z^eit, 1807. II. 69 sq. 

20572 SCHNURRER, Cli. F. Bi- 
bliotheca arabica. Hal., Hendel^ 
1811. 8^ 

It were to be wished that this unoom- 
monly careful work had been extended to 
all the translations of Arabic authors. Un- 
fortunately it is quite disfigured by typo- 
graphical errors. There is a very full re- 
view of it by Sacy in MiUin Annal. encjf" 
clop, 1814. 1. 183 sq. 

20573 SCHOELL, F. (more accu- 

rately. Max. Sams. F.) Reper^ 

toire de litterature ancienne ou 

cboix d'auteurs classiques grecs et 

latins, d'ouvrages d'antiques, d'ar- 

ch^ologie etc, imprimis en France 

et en AUemagne. Par., Schoell, 

1808. 8''. 2 voU. 

This very useful work, particularly on 
Booount of the very careful index of 
names, is now comiUetely out of print. 
22 articles noted in the preface are by the 
deceased Bast. There are copies on vellum 
paper. 

20574 — description abr^e de I'an- 
denne Rome. Par., SchoeU, 1810. 
1 8°. with plates and a plan. 

There are copies on vellum paper. 

20575 — tableau des peuples qui ha- 

bitent I'Europe, clasis^es d'apres les 

langues, qu'ils parlent, et tableau 

des religions qu'ils professent. Ed. 

II. Par., Schoell, 1811. 8^ with i 

map. 
Previously, Par, 1809. 18°. 

20576 — abr^ge de la chronologic 
historique. Par. 1813. 18°. 2 voU. 

20577 — * histoire abr^gde de la litte- 
rature grecque depuis son origine 
jusqu'k la prise de Constantinople 
par les Turcs. Par.^ Schoell^ 1813. 

8^. 2 voU. 

Out of print. There are copies on vel- 
lum paper. A new impression, Par, 1824. 
8"". 4 vols. Of the I St vol. or the profane 
literature, there appeared a Greek transla- 
tion under the title, Svyomriic^ icropla rris 
iKKfprucrjs ^tXoKoylas &t' ipx^i ra6riit 
fi^xpi oAi^eof T^f Kooyarayrivovw6\§os 
wapa r&y "Odufuawv, Mcrot^peurdcura ^k 
rod TaXXucov irh ^oit^ov, 'Ey Bi^t^?! 
1816. 8^ 2 voU. 

20578 — recueil des pieces officielles 



SCH 



1681 



destines k detromper les Fran9ais 
sur les ^v^nemens qui se sont pass^ 
depuis quelques ann^es. Par. 1 8 1 4- 
15. 8°. 9 voU. 

20579 — histoire abreg6e de la litt^ 
rature romaine depuis son origine 
jusqu' apres la cbiite de Tempire 
d'Occident. Par., Gide, 1815. 8^ 
4 voU. 

There are copies on vellum paper. 

20580 — congr^ di Vienne : recueil 
de pi^es oflScielles relatives k cette 
assembl^e etc. Par. 1815. 8^. 6 
voll. 

This collection contains the additions to 
the 1 1 th vol. of the following article. 

20581 — histoire abreg^e des traites 
de paix entre les puissances de 
TEurope, depuis la paix de West- 
phalie. Par., Gide^ 1817. 8°. 15 
voU. 

See Koch above. The first 3 vols, are a 
re-production of a work by Koch under 
the same title (^04.1706. 8^ 4 vols.); after 
the 4th vol. the work is entirely independ- 
ent. There are copies on vellum. 

20582 — archives politiques ou di- 
plomatiques, ou recueil de pieces 
officielles, mdmoires ou autres mor- 
ceaux historiques, in^dits ou non 
oonnus, relatifs a Fhistoire du 18. 
si^cle. Par. 1818. 8°. 3 voll. 

This work has been overlooked in the 
life of the author contained in contempo- 
rary authors. 

20583 — tables gen^ogiques des 
maisons souveraines du Nord et de 
I'Est de r Europe. Ouvrage post- 
hume de Mr. de Koch, publie par 
F. Schoell. Par., Gide ills, 181 8. 
4°. Also on vellum paper. 

20584 — tableau des revolutions de 

I'Europe depuis le bouleversement 

de I'empire Romain en Occident 

jusqu'a nos jours. Par Mr. de Koch. 

Nouv, edit, corrig^e, augm. et con. 

tinu^ par F. Schoell. Par.^ Gide 

fils, 1823. 8^ 3 voll. 

This entire article is printed from a kind 
communication by counsellor Bdttiger. 

20585 SCHONAICH, Cp. O. von. 
Hermann oder das befreyte Deut- 
schland. 3. Aufl. Lpz., Breitkopf, 

5R3 



1684 



SCH 



Without place or date, small 4°. 
Gothic letter. 

With the signatures, a-rtt(; and 30 lines. 
The above title is in leaf i^ in 2 lines. A 
scarce edition and little known. 

20621 — le tresor des poures selon 

maistre Arnoult de viUe noue et 

maistre Girard de Soilo docteur en 

medecine a Montpellier (transl. du 

latin en fran^.) Par.^ pour Ant. 

V^rard, without date, small 4°. 

Gothic letter. 

7 leaves of pieUminary matter, 1 75 num- 
bered leaves; printed at the commence- 
ment of the 1 6th century. This tolerably 
scarce edition, of a work not greatly sought 
after, must not be confounded with PL 
Hitpam Thetawnu pauperum. 

20622 — retardement de la mort par 
bon regime, ou conservation de 
sant^^ par Tescole de Salerne, trad, 
de latin en rithme, par Gf. le Tel- 
lier (avec le texte a cot^). Par., 
Mt. le Jeune, 1561. 8^. 

20623 — I'eschole de Salerne, en 
vers burlesques (par L. Martin), et 
duo poemata macaronica de bello 
huguenotico et de gestis magnanimi 
et prudentissimi Baldi (auctore Re- 
migio Belleau). Suiv. la copie 
impr. k Par. (Leyde, Elzevier), 
165 T. 12^ 139 pages. 

This book is sought after in this edition 
as being one of the more rare Elzevir ty- 
pographical productions. The following 
editions are not prized : Par.^ Hinault, 
1649. 4**- GrenobUy NiookUy 1657. la*. 
Par,y Quhiei, 1664. 12". 

20624 — Tart de conserver la sant^^ 
compost par Tecole de Salerne, 
trad, en vers fran^. par B. L. M. 
(Bruzen de la Martini^re). Haye, 
Duren, 1743. i^**. 

Also, Par.y le Pttewr, 1749. I4^— Con- 
cerning other translations, see Valli^re^s 
CaUU, VII. 250 sq. 

20625 — regimen sanitatis (lat. u. 
deutsch). Lipczk, Or. Kacheloffen, 
without date. 4**. 8 leaves. 

A Ladn dbtich always stands first, which 
is followed by a trsinslation of it into 
German, in 4 lines in rhyme. Repeated, 
Augsp^i Hans Frotchauery 1502. 4**. Arg,^ 
Hufftff^ 1506 and 13. 4^ Nrh,y Hi, 
HoUzel, T508. 4". Mog,, F, Hewmauy 
'509. 4^ Nrb.^ GtUknieht, 1515. 4^ 



SCH 

Consult also o. d, Hagen Hierar, Grundrim, 
p. 4«5»q- 

20626 — Bchola Salernitana oder 
Salernitanische Schule, die Gesund- 
heit BU erhalten, in deutsche kurse 
Verse iibersetzt von Dr. G. S. 
(Gottwald Schuster). Ff. u. Lps. 
1750. 8% 

20627 — von der Pfl^e u. Erhal- 
tung der Gesundheit. £in Lehr. 
gedicht der Schule von Salerno. 
Aus dem lat. metrisch iibs. Pader- 
bom, 1806. i6^ (8gr.) 

20628 — schola Salernitana bestaande 
in Regelen tot Behoudenis der 
Gesontheydt. Amst., 1658. 8°. 

20629 — regimen Sanitatis Salemi^ 
translated into English by Th. Pay- 
nelL Lond. 1583. 8^ Gothic letter. 

20630 — the Englishman's doctor, 
or the schoole of Salerne (trans- 
lated by J. Haringion). Lond., 

Helme, 1609. 8®. 

In verse. Enlarged with a similar trea- 
tise by H. Ranzovius, Lomf., Dewe, i624« 
8^ — A Bohemian translation by Dan. 
Adami Weleslawjn appeared at Prague in 

1587- 

SCHOLARIUS, see Gennadius. 

SCHOLASTICA historia, see Co- 
MB8T0R. 

SCHOLIA in Euripidem, see Eu- 
ripides, No. 7072 and 7074. 

20631 SCHOLTZ, Oh. Gramma- 
tica aegyptiaca utriusque dialecti. 
Qufun breviavit, illustravit C. Of, 
Woide. Ox., typ. Clarend,, 1778. 
4®. (ids. 6d.) 

His Lexioon JEgffpk see under CaojsE. 

20632 SCHONER, J. Opera ma- 
thematica. Nrb. 1 56 1 . fol. 

20633 SGHONINGK, St. Har. 
monia phrasium verbi facio^ e pm- 
stantissimis latinas lingue autoribus 
oollecta. Franeq., Balck, 161 1. 8^ 
234 pages. 

It would form a fine series of volumes, 
were the entire Latin phraseology com- 
mented upon after the pattern of tiiis tole. 
rably scaroe monography 1 Goooeming tiM 
book, consult UjfMbaok^M lUriteny II. 297. 

20634 SCHOOL -BOEK, Singa- 
leesch. Colombo, 1743. 8^ 

Only the title of this Cingalese catechism 



SCH SCH 1685 

<• in Dutdi. The book itcelf is oompowd 20$39 — physics corioaa live mirabi- 

m Ae angJaw Uiiguag«s and it printed jj^ ^^^^ ^ ^rtis. Herbip. 1667 

in Gmgalese characters. » ^ . f -./ 

SCHOONEBECK, see Histoibe, ^^^^ ^' . part m . vok with 

^®* ^7J?7,5?i?«??^S- ^^ The lit edition of i66a ii not lo oom- 

20635 8CHOPPER, Hartm. Hom- piece. 

wXta, omnium illiberalium^ mecha- 20640 — technica curiosa sive minu 

nicarum aut sedentariarum artium bilia artis. Nrb, 1664 or 87. 4*. 

genera continens, carminibns ex- with plates. 

presaa, cum venustissimis imagini- 20641 — cursus mathematicus. Her- 

bus omnium artificum n^ociationes bip. 166 1. fol. with plates. 

ad vivum reprssentantibus. Ff. a. 20642 — mechanica hydraulioo-pneu- 

M., Feyerabend, 1568. 8^ with matica. Herbip. 1657. 4^ with 56 

woodcuts. plates. 

This «naU technolo^ vo^emm a great 20643 — schok st^aoographica. Nrb. 

interBBt on account of the unoommonly ^q . . , ^ ' » * 

neat woodcuto by Joet Ammon. It is to- *^^°- 4 • ^itll plates, 

lerably scarce, especially when in good con- -AU these worics, fonnerlv greatly prised, 

dition. Repeated, Ff. Cormnui, 1573. 8«. "« «m>^ no longer taof^t after at aU. 

The same woodcuts aie to be found in the Concerning this and the author's other 

German edition, EygeniUeKe BeachreUnmg writings, complete series of which were 

4tUer Stands auf Erdeny dureh Hans Saoh~ formerly sought after in France, see Nctiee 

sen beschreiben, Ff. a. M. 1568. 4". ^ oumrages de Gasp. Sckott {par Menrier 

SCHOPPER de fellacia et astutia ^^^^)' ^^' ^85. 8'- 

Reinikes, see Rbineke. ^^^^ SCHOTT, Pt. Lucubratiun- 

20636 SCHOTT, And. Hispanice culie omatissim*. Arg., Mt. Schott, 

illustratae scriptores varii. Ff., I49°« 4**« 

Mamiuset heredes Aubrii, 1603-8. J" ^J""" ^^"^ ^^ '"^ *^* ^^ 

fol. 4 VolL Harlej.1V. 5^3. 

A collection greatly prized, but seldom 20645 SCHOTTELIUS, Just. G. 

met with complete. For instance, it iihould Ausfiihrliche Arbeit von der deut- 

be seen whether Mariana Rber XXI^ schen Hauptsprache. Brschw., Zil- 

JCXX. Ff. 1606 (with a separate title. 1:^, -fifi/ .S 

leaf), is to be found in the 4th vol. This "^ knur^it-i^i^xT r> ^ tt 

part is often wanting, but in the Dresden 20646 SCHOUTEN, Gautier. Voy- 

copy it is bound up in the 2nd vol.i where age aux Indes orientales. Nouv. 

it properly belongs. edit, revue par I'auteur et conside- 

20637 — observationum humanar. rablement augmentee. Rouen, Cail- 
libri V. Ejusd. nodi Ciceroniani lou, 1725. 8^. a vols, with plates, 
▼ariorumque libris IV. enodati. C. Also in the Reeueii desvoy. de la eomp. 
Langii in Ciceronem annott. et car- <*« I^^des (see above. No. 18735), T. VI. 
mina lectiora. Prodi chrestoma- ""^ ^^^' ^^ ^***' ^"^ '^7^ 4". 
thia poetica cum notis Schotti et 20647 SCHOUTEN, W. Joumael 
Nunnesii. Antw., Bellerus, 1 6 1 5 . 4''. van de Reyse gedaen door de Straet 

Prodi ehrewUmiathia is wanting in many Magellanes. Amst. 1617. 4°. with 

copies. — His Adagiaha sacra N. T, Antw. plates. 

i6ao. 4°. are c<»ied entire from Zehneri ^il.^, * j* ^ • j • ^* ^^^ 

«*^i«c«.,asii proved in theHambun,. 20648 — dianum sive descnptio iti- 

vermiseht. BibUoih, I. 153 iq — See also neris. Amst. 16 19 or 48. 4°. with 

Adaoia. plates. 

20638 SCHOTT, Csp. Magia uni- A translation of the preceding. Also in 
versalis naturae et artis, sive recon- French, AnuL 161 7 or 19. 4**. Par. 1618. 

dita naturalium et artificialium re- 5; ^^^ ?%^*~*^,f *^- * *" ^^• 

• ^ Ti «-• ^ OM /mfef, T. IV. p. 531 sq. 

rum scientia. Herbip. 1657-50. «^»»^«» \Z T^, 

40. 4 vols, with phites.^ ^ ^^ ^^^ SCHOW, N. Charta papy- 

The new impienion of 1677 » without ^^^ea ^SBce scnpU musei Borgiani 

any aogmentation. Velitris, qua series inoolarum Pto- 



1686 



SCH 



lemaidis ArsinoiticiB in aggeribus 
et fossis operantium exhibetar. 
Romae, 1788. large 4^ 

20650 SCHRADER, J. Observa- 
tionum liber. Franeq. 1761. 4^ 

20651 — emendationum liber. Leo- 
vard. 1776. 4**. 

20652 SCHRADIN, N. (anon.) 
cRonigk diss kiergs (sic) gegen 
dem allerdurchluchtigisten hern 
Romschen konig, als ertzrhertzogen 
zu Osterich vnd dem schwebyschen 

!)undt . . eins teilss. vn stett vii 
lender gemeiner eidgenosscfaafft des 
andern. Surse im Ergow, 1500. 

4°. with woodcuts. 

56 unnumbered leaves with the signa- 
tures a-n, and 30 lines in a full page. In 
rhyme. The colophon is in leaf 56*. After 
this leaf two other leaves follow in the 
Wolfenbiittel copy, without signatures, but 
printed with the same types, and appearing 
to belong to the book. They begin, Der 
bitehoffvon meniM genani BechtoUL 

20653 SCHRANK, Fr. de Paula. 
Flora Monacensis^ seu plantsesponte 
circa Monachium nascentes, quas 
pinxit et in lapide delineavit J. N. 
Mayrhoffer, commentarium perpe- 
tuum addidit Fr. de Paula Schrank. 
Monachii, Fleischmann, 1811-19. 
large fol. 4 vols, with plates, plain 
and illuminated. 

20654 — plantse rariores horti aca- 
demici Monacensis descripte et 
observatt. illustratse. Monach. 181 7 
-22. fol. 10 parts, each with 10 
illuminated plates. 

£ach part costs 4 dollars. 

20655 SCHREBER, J. Ch. Dn. 
Botanisch-cekonom. Beschreibung 
der Graser nebst ihren Abbild. 
Lpz., Crusius, 1769-79. fol. 2 
vols, with 54 plates. 

With plates 7 d. 12 gr., with illuminated 
plates II d. 12 gr. A new impression, 
■ -Lpx, 1810. fol. 2 parts. 

20656 — die Saugthiere in Abbildd. 
nach der Natur, mit Beschreibun- 
gen. ErL, Walther, 1775-1 810. 
4°. 64 parts with plates. 

Each part with plain plates 20 gr.^ 
with illuminated plates 2 d. From the 
65th part onward Dr. Goldfuss under- 
took the continuation, each part of which 



SCH 

with plain plates costs i d. 1 gr., and 
with illuminated plates 2d. A list of the 
tables of plates and sheets of text that 
had then appeared is appoided to the 65th 
part. A French translation, Histoire na^ 
turelle des quadrujMes {trad, par /jen- 
Jlamm). ErL, Waither, 1775-80. 4*. 
3 vols, with 93 illuminated plates, some of 
which are double, remained unfinished. 



20657 SCHRENCK, Jac. Impei 

torum, regum atque archiducum 

principum nee non oomitum, baro- 

num, nobilium alionimque darissi- 

mor. virorum verissimse imagines 

et rerum ab ipsis gestarum descrip- 

tiones, quorum anna in Ambro- 

sianse arcis armamentario conspi- 

ciuntur. CEniponti, Agricola, 1601. 

large fol. 1 25 leaves, and plates. 

The plates are designed by J. Bt. Fon- 
tana, and engraved by Dm. Custodis. 
They give the originals of the Ambranan 
collection with great accuracy, and are of 

Cliar historiad importance for the mi- 
y costume of that period ; oonanlt 
Primiuer Betehrmbunff der Anbrateet 
Sammlung^ p. 13 sq. AUg. UtL Anz. 1799, 
p. 1433. Complete copies are rather scarce. 
Longman sets down a copy at 18I. With 
a German text by Engelbr. Noyse, and 
the same plates, Inspruck, 1603. fol. The 
edition by J. D. Koeler with a Latin text, 
JVrb. 1 735. 4°. with plates, is of no value. 

20658 SCHREVELIUS,Com. Lexi- 
con manuale groeco-latinum et la« 
tino-gr. utrumque hac ultima edi- 
tione multo auctius (cura Jac Fac- 
ciolati). Patav., typis seminarii, 
1715. fol. 

A greatly enlarged edition. Repeated, 
ib. 1752, 1769, and 1806. fol. 

20659 — lexicon manuale grseco- 

latinum et latino-gr. utrumque hac 

ultima editione multo auctius. Edi- 

tio aucta a Jos. Hill et 6u. Bow- 

yer. Lond., Bowyer, 1781. 8°. 

Glasg. 1799* 8^ is a reprint of this 
edition.— Ctiro, R, Watte, Lond. 1817.8*. 
(12s.) The Paris editions, although en- 
larged, do not contain the lejfieon latino- 
ffrtecum. The best Paris editions are by 
Jannet, Par. 1806. 8*". and by Fleury 
Lecluse, ib. 1820. 8°. (15 fr.) 

20660 SCH RICK. Mch. Hienach 
volget eyn niitzliche Materi von 
manigerlejr ausgeprannten Wassem 
wie man die niitzen vnd prauchea 



SCH 

soil zu gefiuntheyt der menschen. 

Augsp., J. Bamler, 1479. ^<^1* 

The first edition of a work, often printed 
subiequently, oonoeming which consult 
Beeknumna Beitrage Mur Geach, der Er- 
finduagen, B. I. p. 35 sq. and Neuer. lit. 
Ana, 1808. p. 15 7- --See also below, Wek. 

SCHRIEK, see Scribk. 
SCHRIFTEN der Berliner Ge- 
sellsch., see Bbschaeftigungbn. 

20661 SCHROCKH, J. Mthi.Cbrist- 
liche Kirchengeschichte. Lpz.^ 
Schwickert^ 1768-1802. 8°. 35 voll. 
KircheDgeschichte seit der Refor- 
mation (vom 9. Bde an fortges. von 
H. Gli. TEschirner). ib. 1804-11. 
8^ io voll. Altogether 45 vols. 
(67 d. 16 gr.) 

There is a new impression of the first 
i2Tols. 1774-95. 

20662 — allgemeine Biographie. 
Berl., Mylius, 1767-91. 8*. 8 voll. 
(8d.) 

There is a new impression of the first 
vols. 

20663 — Lebensbeschreibb. beriilim- 
ter Gelehrten. Lpz.^Hilscher, 1789 
—91. 8^ 2 vols, with 2 plates 
(2 d.). 

20664 SCHRODER, J. Jo. The- 
saurus linguie armenicae antiquae et 
hodiernsR. Amst. 1 7 1 1 . 4®. 

20665 SCHROTER, J. Hi. Seleno- 
topographische Fragmente zur ge- 
nauern Kenntniss der Mondflachej 
ihrer erlittnen Veranderungen u. 
Atmosphare. Lilienthal, Verfasser^ 
1 79 1. 4°. with 43 plates, and maps 
(12 d. 12 gr.) 

20666 — • Aphroditi^raphische Frag- 
mente zur genauen iCenntniss des 
Planeten Venus. Helmst., Fleck- 
eisen, l^^^ 4®. (6d.) 

SCHR6T£R, J. Sm., see Gott- 

WALD. 

20667 SCHROTTER, F. Fd. Col- 
lectio dissertationum historiam im. 
perii Romano-germanici illustran. 
tium. Vindob. et Lips., Jahn, 
1776-77. 8^ 2 voll. (2 d. 16 gr.) 

This unfinished collection only embraces 
the Carlovingian age. 

20668 SCHUBART, Ch. Dn. F. 



SCH 



1687 



Sammtliche Gedichte, herausg. von 
L. Schubart. Ff. a. M., Hermann, 
1802-3. 8^ 2 voll. (2 d.) 

20669 SCHUEREN, Gerardus de. 
Incipit vocabularius qui intitulatur 
Teuthonista, vulgariter dicendo der 
Duytschlender ea ratione, quod 
termini in capite rigarum a theu- 
thonico sunt incepti. . Col., Am. 
ther Hoemen, die ult. mensis Maji 
1477. fol. Gothic letter. 

This very scarce and important low 
German and Latin dictionary consists of 3 
divisions. In the ist the German words 
stand first, in the and the Latin, and in 
the 3rd is a libeilut de parHbtu indeelinaifU 
lilnu. Consult (J. Pt. Kohl) BH^fwechael 
der Gelehrten tn^f dot J. 1750. p. 337 sq. 
LUerar. WooherAlaUy L 133. Neuettet 
out der anmuih. Gelehrtamk, 11. 147. 
The year 1475, which stands at the begin- 
ning of the woriL, only relates to the com- 
position of the bode. 

20670 -^ Teuthonista of Duytschlen- 
der. Een oud duitsch en latynsch 
Woordenboek. Uitgegeeven door 
C. Boonzajer, verrykt met eene 
Voorrede van J. A. Clignett. ESerste 
Gedeelte. Leyden, Herdingh en du 
Mertier, 1804. 4°. (8fl.) 

180 copies of this new edition were 
printed, which only contains the first di- 
vision. 

20671 SCHULTENS, Alb. Insti- 
tutt. ad fundamenta linguae he- 
brsese. LB. 1737 or 56. 4°. 

20672 *- liber Jobi cum nova ver- 
sione et comm. perpetuo. LB. 
1738. 4°. 2 parts. 

An abridgment by G. J. L. Vogel. HaL 
1773-74- 8^ 1 voU. (3 d.) 

20673 — - monumenta vetustiora Ara- 
bis ex MSS. codd. LB. 1740. 4^ 

20674 — proverbia Salomonis cum 
versione et commentario. LB. 1748. 

An abridgment by G. J. L. VogeL HaL 
1769. 8"*. (id. 4gr.) 

20675 — origines hebres sive he- 
brsese linguae antiquissima nature et 
indoles, ex Arabise penetralibus re- 
vocata. Ed. altera^ cui adjectum 
opus de defectibus hodiemis lin- 
guae hebr. LB. 1761. 4^ 2 parts. 

Previously, Franeq, 1734-38. 4**. a parts. 



1688 



SCH 



20676 — sylloge diaseitationum phi- 
lologico-exegeticar. a diversis auc- 
toribus editarum^ sub pnesidio Alb. 
Schultens et N. W. Schroder de- 
fensarum. LB. 1772-75. 4°. 2 
voll. 

20677 — historia imperii vetustiss. 
Joctanidarum in Arabia felioe, ex 
Abulfeda, Hamza dc. excerpta, 
arab. et lat. Harderovici, 1786. 

Riiik*8 additioDS, variouB readincsi and 
oorrectioiu to this work are in £i(£hom*s 
Bibl der bibl. Lit. IX. 839 iq. 

20678 — infttitutiones lingiue Ara- 

mieae. 4®. 232 pages. 

This work, the printing of which was 
not oompleted, may be had at Altheer^s in 
Utrecht for 5 Dutch florins. 

20679 SCHULTENS, H. Alb. An- 
thologia sententiar. arabicar., cum 
scholiis Zamachsjarii, arab. et lat. 
edid. H. Alb. Schultens. LB. 
1772. 4°. (2 fl. lost.) 

20680 SCHULTING, Ant. Juris- 
prudentia vetus Antejustineanea. 

Lpa. 1737.4^- 

This edition is nx>fe complete than the 
earlier one, LB, 1717. 4**. 

20681 — note ad digesta seu pan- 
dectas. Edidit atque animadw. 
suas adjecit N. SmaUenburg. LB.^ 
Luchtmans, 1805-24. 8°. 4 voll. 
(17 d. 15 gr.) 

20682 SCHULZ, Bj. Grammatica 
hindostanica. Edidit et prsfetus 
est J. H. Callenbei^. Hal. 1745. 

4°. 

20683 — conspectus literaturee te- 

lugicfie, vulgo warugicse. Hal. 1747. 

4°' 
SCHULZ, J. Ch. F., see Cocce. 

JUS. 

20684 SCHURMANN, Anna Mar. 

a. Opuscula hebnea, graeca^ latina, 

gallica, prosaica et metrica. Ed. III. 

auctior et emendatior. Traj. ad 

Rh., J. a Waesberge, 1652. 8^. — 

— E^xXf^pia s. melioris partis electio. 

P. I. Altone, Com. van der Meu- 

len, 1673. P. II. Amst. 1685. 8^ 

l^Mie works are of no interest or valoe. 

The OpuMcttia appeared previously, LB. 

1648 and 50. 8*. The and part of the E6- 



SCH 

icXiipia is often wanting. A and edition of 
it, Dei9ao, 178a. 8^ 

20685 SCHURUTHES-ssalavat (The 
conditions of the prayer, Turkish). 
Constantinop. 12 19 (1804). 8^ 
23 pages. 

20686 SCHURZPLEISCH, H. Ln. 

Acta literaria, quibus anecdota ani- 

madversionum spicilegia, e codd. 

MS8. eruta, comprehenduntur. 

Witt.^ Lttdovici, 1714. 8°. 

Amongst other thin||[B there ooair here : 
J. SeaRjferi Animadw. in N. T., variorum 
notm in ArisUmetum, Cr, Sm. SchurM- 
JleisohH animadw. in dial, de causris cor^ 
rupUB ehquenH^e. 

20687 (SCHWABENSPIEGEL.) 
Der Spinel keiserlicher vnd ge- 
meiner lantrecht. Without place or 
date (Atigsp., Gth. Zainer), fol. 
Gothic letter. 

Probably the first edition of this Siiabian 
provincial law. First 6 leaves, preface 
and index, which begin, In dem Namen 
dea hSchtten riehters CrisH vnters herm. 
Then comes the provincial law itself on 
103 leaves, with the superscription, Hie 
hepi tidi an dM tanireohi buck hie naeh 
ffesohriben. In a columns, with signa- 
tures, catchwords, and numbering of the 
leaves. — Another edition, without place or 
date. fol. has 8 unnumbered leaves, preface 
and index, and 149 numbered leaves, with- 
out signatures and catchwords, with lines 
running all across the page. Concerning 
the pretended edition, Heidelb. 147a. foL 
(Pamner deutaehe Arm. 1. 60), see Wundt*s 
essay in the Badieoh. Woehenaekrift 1807^ 
p. 769 sq. Hans von Laudenbach has 
been considered as the printer, which how- 
ever Wundt disputes. The first dated 
edition, known with certainty, is Auffeb^y 
Ant. Sorg , 1480. foL and the most recent 
is that superintended by M. de Lahr in 
Senekenbergii Corp. Jur, germ, medU tnif 
T. II. There is a description of a remarkable 
MS. of the Schwabenspiegei in Po8selt*s 
WiteensohafU. Magast, B. II. St 4. 
p. 568 sq. where sJso in p. 570 is a list 
of editions. See also Spangenberg, No» 
197a 7, above. 

20688 SCHWAN, Ch. F. {anon.) 
Abbildungen aller geistlichen u. 
Welti. Orden nebst einer kurzen 
Geschichte derselben. Manh., 
Schwan, 1779-94. large 4^ 46 
parts in 3 vols, with plates (at 
I d. 8 ^.) 

Also with illomlnated plates. It remains 
unfinished. 



SCH 

20689 — nonveaa dicdonnaire aDe- 
mand.fran9. et fran^. - allemand. 
Manh. 1782^8. 4°. 6 yob. and a 

supplements (a8 d. 8 gr.) 

An abridgment, TUb. 1 799-1807. 8^ 
4 vols, or BerL 1830. 8^ 4 toIs. (7 d.) 

20690 SCHWANDTNER, J. O. 
Scriptores rerum Hungaricar. ve- 
teres ac genuini* cum pnef. Mthi. 
Belli. Vindob. 1746-48. foL 3 
volL 

20691 SCHWARTNER, Mt. In- 
troductio in artem diplomaticam, 
pnBcipue Hungaricam. Ed. II. auct. 
et emend. Bude, 1 802. 8^. with 5 
plates (20 gr.) 

20692 SCHWARTZ^ Ch. 61i. Pane- 
gyricus gloriosae memoriae divi Ca- 
roll VI. Nrb. 1745. fol. 

A copy on veUum in the Royal lilinuy at 
Munidi. 

20693 — • opnscula queedam academica 

varii argument!. Collegit atque 

prsfatus est Thph. Cp. Harles. 

Nrb., Stein, 1793. 4^ (id. 16 gr.) 
This collection was yery negligently su- 
perintended; see the review of it in the 
New ailg. deuiid^ BibL XVII. 395 sq. 
There are to be found here amongst other 
things the MUceUanea poUtioriM humanu 
ioHs, and the Primaria documetUa de orig, 
ijfp. 

20694 — dissertationes select®, qui- 
bus antiquitatis et Juris Rom. ca- 
pita explicantur. Erl. 1778. 4^ 

20695 — exerdtt. academicae. Nrb. 

1783- 8°. 

20696 — de omamends libror. et 

varia rei librariae veterum suppel- 
lectile dissertationum antiquariar. 
hexas. Primum collegit et rec. 
J. Ch. Leusduier. Lps. 1756. 4^ 
with plates. 

8CHWARZ, J. Cr., see Caruina, 

No. 3539'>. 
SCHWARZ, Pt., see Niger. 

20697 SCHWEIGGER, Sal. Newe 
Reyasbeschreibung auss Teutsch- 
land nach Constantinopel u. Jeru- 
salem. Nrb. 1608. 4^. with wood- 
cuts. 

Also, ib, 161.^, 19, and 64. 4**. The 
woodcuts are often wanting. An abridg- 
ment appeared, Nrb. 1665. oblong d^. 



SCI 



1689 



SCHWEIOHAUSER, J. O., see 

PSTITRAOBI., No. 1 6142. 

20698 SCHWINDEL, 6. Jac. (un. 
ter dem Namen Thph. Sincbrub.) 
Nachrichten von lauter alten u. 
raren Buchern. 1-6. Stuck. Ff. a. 
Lpz. 1 73 1-32. 8^ with plates. 

20699 — - neue Sammlung von lauter 
alten u. raren Buchern. 1-6. Stuck. 
Ff. u. Lps. 1733-34- 8^ 

20700 — bibliotheca historico.«ritica 
librorum opusculorumque varior. 
et rarior. oder Analecta literaria 
von lauter alten u. raren Budiem 
u. Schrr. Nrb. 1736. 8^ 

These 3 yob. belong to each other. 

20701 — (awm,) thesaurus bibliothe- 
calis s. bibliotheca bibliothecarum 
oder Versuch einer nach u. nach 
voUstand. Bibliothek von alten u. 
neuen auserlesenen Biichem. Ff. 
u. Lpa. 1738-39. 4**. 4 voU. 

20702 — neue Nachrichten von 
lauter alten Biichem. i. (u. einzi- 
ger) Bd. Ff. u. Lpz. 1748. 4^ 

All these collections consist of raw mate- 
rials in a repulsive form, yet will be found 
to contain some good single things. 

SCIARRA, see Stanzb. 
SCIENCE des medailles, see Jo- 

BERT. 

20703 SCILLA, Agst. De corpo- 
ribus marinis lapidescentibus quae 
defossa reperiuntur. Addita disser- 
tatione Fabii Columnar de glosso- 
petris. Ed. II. Romae, Monaldini, 
1752 or 59. 4°. with 29 plates. 

Of these two editions one is as com- 
plete as the other, but the edition of 1 747 
has only 1 4 plates. 

20704 SCIOPPIUS, Csp. De arte 
critica et praecipue de altera ejus 
parte emeudatrice, quae ratio in la- 
tinis scriptoribus ex ingenio emen- 
dandis observari debeat, commen- 
tariolus, Nrb. 1597. 8°. 

Also, AmsLy Plu^mer, 1662. 8^. 

20705 — verisimilium libri IV. in 
quibns multa vett. scriptor. loca 
emendantur, augentur, illustrantur. 

Nrb., Kaufmann, 1596. 8°. 
Also, AmMt.y Pht^mery 1662. 8*. 



1690 



SCI 



20706 — suspectanim lectionutn libri 

V. Nrb. 1597. 8°. 
Ahoy Amst., PluymeTy 1664. 8**. 

20707 — grammatica philosophica 
(latina). Editio nova, beneficio 
Pt. Scavenii insigniter aucta ex 
schedis ipsius auctoris. Amst., 
Pluymer, 1664. 8°. 

The first editioa appeared, Mediol, 9628. 
8^ Abo, Cura J. Ch, Herzog, Atig. 
Vind. 17I^.8^ 

20708 — elementa philosophise stoics 
moralis. Mog. 1606. 8°. 

20709 — infamia Famiani (Strads), 
et de stili historici virtutibus et 
vitiis judicium. Sorae^ Hantsche- 
nius, 1658. 12^ 

AIbo, Amst. 1663. Ia^ It contains many 
good observations on the finest style of lati- 
nity. — Count Pieruod of Florence possessed 
in 1752 his large MS. collections for a 
T^hesatutu laHna lingtUBy and all the odier 
MSS. which he left behind him ; see Ang. 
Mar, BandirU CoUeetio monumeniorum. 
AretU, 1752. 8^ p. 75 n. Concerning 
the piece he left in MS. styled, Machia^ 
veliicorum operm pretmmy see Morelli 
Codd, lot. Naniani, p. 46. Concerning 
other MSS. of his see Murr^s Jowmal^ 

in. 108. 

20710 SCOPOLI, J. Ant. Flora 
Camiolica. Viennse Austr., Kraus, 
1772. 8°. 2 vols, with 65 plates 
(5 d. 8 gr.), Entomologia Car- 
niolica. ib., Trattner. 1768. 8°. 

(1 d.) 

20711 — deliciie floree et founse Insu- 
bricse, seu novae aut minus oognitse 
species plantar, et animalium. Ti. 
cini, 1 786-88. fol. 3 parts in i vol. 
with 75 plates. 

Unfinished. 

20712 SCOTIA depicta or the anti. 
qui ties of Scotland, illustrated in 
50 plates by Fittler, from drawings 
by Nattes. Lond. 1804. oblong fol. 
(61. 6s.) 

SCOTT, Dn., see Etienne, No. 
6984. 

SCOTT, J., see Reinagle. 

20713 SCOTT, Jonath. Bahar-Da- 
nush, or garden of knowledge, an 
oriental romance. Translated ^om 
the Persic of Einaiut Oollah by 



SCR 

Jonath. Scott. Shrewsbury, 1799. 
8°. 3 vols. (15s.) 

20714 -— tales, anecdotes, and letters, 
transl. from the Arabic and Per- 
sian. Lond. 1800. 8^ 

See also Fehishta. 

20715 SCOTT, Walter. Poetical 
works. Edinb. 1821. large 8°. 
10 vols. (61.) 

Also, \b. 1833. small 8**. 8 vds. (3I. las.) 
\b. 1823. 18''. 10 Tols. with plates (3I. 38.). 

20716 — the border antiquities of 
England and Scotland, comprising 
specimens of architecture and sculp- 
ture, and other vestiges of former 
ages. Lond. 18 14. 4^. 2 vols, with 
many plates (9I. 2s. 6d., on large 
paper 13I. i8s.). 

20717 — oeuvres completes, trad, de 
I'anglais (parde Fauconpret). Par. 
1820-23. 12°. 75 voll. 

Also, \b, 1832-33. 8^ 18 vol]. 

SCOTT, see Waring. 

SCOTUS, see Duns, Erigena, and 
Marianus. 

20718 SCOTUS, Mch. Liber phi- 
sionomise (at the end, de procrea- 
tione et hominis phisionomia) . With- 
out place, 1477. 4®. 

A scarce edition, with the signatures o-Jtr. 
and 24 lines. The first 3 leases contain a 
iahvioy the work itself begins in leaf 4a. — 
See also Mensa philosophica. 

20719 SCRIBONIUS Largus. De 

compositione medicamentorum liber» 

jam pridem J. Ruellii opera e tene- 

bris erutus et a situ vindicatus. 

Ant. Benivenii libeUus de abditis 

nonnullis ac mirandis morborum et 

sanationum causis. Polybus de 

salubri victus ratione privatorum, 

Ouinterio Joanne Andernaco inter- 

prete. Bas., Ant. Cratander, 1529. 

8^ 
Also with Celsusy Par. 1529. foL 

20720 — compositiones medicae. J. 
Rhodius recensuit^ notis illustravit, 
lexicon Scribonianum adjecit. Pa- 
tavii, Frambotti, 1655. 4^ 

20721 — compositiones medicamen- 
torum. Denuo ad edit. Rhodianam 
edid. J. Mch. Bernhold. Arg.^ 
Konig, 1786. 8°. (18 gr.) 



SCR SCE 1691 

20722 SCRIECK, Adr. (Originum Achilles Tatius. Heliodonis, Lon- 
reruroque Celticarum et Belgicarum gus et Xenophon Epbesius, gr. lat., 
libri XXIII.) Van t' beghin der edid. Ch. Gru. Mitscherlich. Bi- 
eerster Volcken van Europen^ in- ponti, 1792-94. 8°. 4 parts in 3 
sonderheyt van den Oorspronck vols, (yd.) 

ende Saecken der Nederlandren, Partly used as waste paper, consequently 

XXIII. Boecken, met betoon vande «»^- There are copies on Dutch paper, 

dwalinghen der Griecken ende La- 20726 — erotici greci tradotti in vol- 

tinen op t' selue beghin ende de gare. Pisa, 1 814-17. 8°. 6 voll. 

ghemeynen Oorspronck. Ypre, Fr. „The earlier separate translations of the 

ri^U^*-\A, A f } Sonpiores erotun, by Annibal Caro, Sal- 

ueuei, 1014. Tol. vini, and others, are here printed together 

560 pages, and a indices besides the pre- ^j^h corrections. There are some copies 

Lminary matter. The above Latin title, on large veUum paper. See also Biblio- 

endosed m brackets, is m the title-plate. m„i.^— j 

«,. , . . ^_i ^.^1 . . nT *^u thEque des romans ffrecs. 

The subsequent printed title is in Dutch, oriT»TT»mi-kT*T^o ^ 

although the work itself is written in SCRIPTORES finium regundorum, 

Latin. Next should follow, Andr, Scrieokii see AuCTORSS. — geoponici, see 

manUarum secundarum libn F., jyui6t« ort- Gkoponica.— gnomici, see Gnomji. 

IpussuumnllperediiumalHwfetauctiuse — l^wtona Augustae et Romanae, 

fmiibtu hebrmcis ipsaque rentm origine See HlSTORIA.-^hlstoriS poeticse, 

deducUy probatfirmatque, Vprity Fr. Bel- see HISTORIC, No. 9849. — ^histo- 

fe«i«, 1615. fol. 63 pages, and a 3rd index rise ecclesiasticse, see Eusebius. 

L'trSk:bt4rL=.:ft^ 20727 SCRIPTORES logarithmid, 

^igresfuve search after etymologies, which ^^ a Collection of several curious 

reminds one of Ooropius; consult Metuelu tracts on the nature and construction 

Bibl. hUL T. V. P. I. p. 309. of logarithms mentioned in Hutton's 

20723 SCRIPTA quaedam in aca. introduction to the mathematical 
demia Witembergensi a rectoribus, tables (by Fr. Maseres). Lond. 
decanis et aliis eruditis quibusdam 1 791-1807. large 4°. 6 vols. (12I.) 
viris publice proposita ab a. 1544 SCRIPTORES de materia et re 
(edid^ J. Marcellus). Witt. 1545- medica, see Medici, No, 13518. 
5 1 . 8°. 4 voU. — ^musici^ see Gerbbrt and Msi- 

20724 — scriptorum publice propo- bom. 

sitorum a professoribus in academia 20728 SCRIPTORES physiogno- 

Witebergensi ab a. 1540 ad a. mise veteres ex recensione Camilli 

1569. TomusI-VII. Witt. I5S3- Perusci et F. Sylburgii, gr. lat. 

72. 8^. 7 voll. Recensuit, animadvv. Sylburgii et 

The istvoL appeared in 1553. and after- Trilleri in Melampodem emenda- 

wards m 1560; the 2nd in 1 ceo, and af- .. jj-j'^. "^ j 

terwarfs in 156a; the 3rd in 1559, and *'^°®8 addidit suasque adspersit 

afterwards hi 1568; from the 4th up to notas J. G. F. Franzius. Altenb.^ 

the 7th in 1561, 64, 68, and 72. P. Eber Richter, 1780. 8°. (2 d.) 

was the editor of the ist vol., and Mch. amy T-DT^rMi 11*0 ▲ rni. 1. 

Majusoftherest. Concerning this ooUec S^KIPIOKH-b post Iheophanem, 

tion, interesting in many points of view, see Byzantina. — rei accipitrarin, 

consult StrobeU neue Beitrr, xur LU. B. J. see 'UpaKo<ro<t)iov. — ^rei agrarise, see 

St. 2. p. 81 sq. AucTORBs. — rei militarise see Vb- 

SCRIPTA astronomica vetera» see obtius. — ^rei venaticse, see Pobtje^ 

AsTRONOMi. No. 17552 sq. 

SCRIPTORES antiqui parabilium 20729 SCRIPTORES rei rustic® 

medicamentorum, see Mbdici, No, (Cato, Varro, Columella et Palla- 

135 19. — ^belli Trojani, see Darbs^ dius). Ven., N. Jenson, 1473. fol. 

No. 5760. — de chirureia, see Chi- ^9^ leaves, without signatures, catch- 

RUROIA words, and pagination. The first edition, 
^. o^"T>TT*mi^Ti-r.a • . .and fine, but not very scarce. First 20 

20725 bCRlPTOHES erotici graeci : leaves of preUminary matter, which begin 



16dS 



SCR 



on the iwrertd of the ist leaf with a letter, 
GeargU ( Meruia) Alexandrini ad Pt. Prto- 
lum. Leaves 21-43 <^i^ ^^^^ u^d the list 
of chapters to Varro; 44-86 Varro; 87-90 
list of chapters to Colamella; 91-238 
Columella; 239-298 PaUadius. Each of 
these authors has a separate colophon, but 
the principal colophon ot the entire book 
is in leaf 298*. The reverse of this last 
leaf is blank. — A pretended earlier edition, 
Ven» 1470, is a nonentity. 

20730 — de re rustica libri. R^i, 
Bm. Bruschus alias Bottonus, nonis 
Junii 1482. fol. 

The 2nd edition, which evidently is a re- 
print of the preceding, although Schneider 
asserts that he found in it some readings 
peculiar to itself. 2^8 leaves with 40 lines, 
and signatures, without catchwords and 
pagination. First 14 leaves of preliminary 
matter, whidi begin on the reverse of the 
1st leaf with the same letter of O. Meruia. 
Leaves 15-18 Merula*s letter to Justinian 
and list of chapters to Cato; 19-41 Gato; 
42-84 Varro; 85-88 list of chapters to 
Columella; 89-235 Columella; 236 and 
237 Merula^s letter to Dm. Oeorgius; 
3.18-297 Palladius; and 298 the regitier. 

20731 — opera agricolationum Colu- 
mellffi, Varronis Catonisque, nee 
non Palladii, cntn exscriptionibns 
et commentariis Ph. Beroaldi. Bon., 
Bd. Hector, 13 cal. Oct. 1404. 
fol. 

274 leaves with 40 lines, and signatures. 
The last leaf contains Ugerii ad Uotorem 
carmen. A new revision of the text. 

20732 (the same title). Regii, 

Dion. Bertochus, 14 cal. Oct. 1406. 
fol. 

20733 Regii, impenais Fr. 

Mazali, 20 Nov. 1499. fol. 

20734 — libri de re rustica Catonis, 
Varronis, ColumeUse, Palladii. De 
duobiu dierum generibus etc. Ven., 
Aldus et And. aocer, m. Majo 
15 14. small 4^ 

34 leaves of preliminary matter (on the 
9th is a 2nd titles and the 34th is blank), 
and 308 numbered leaves. There are co- 
pies on blue paper. A new recension by 
Jucundus Veronensis from MSS. and 
conjecture. One of the less scarce Al- 
dines. 

20735 — libri de re rustica a N. An- 
gelio nuper recogniti et typis ex. 
cusi, cum indice et expositione om- 



SCR 

nium dictionum. Flor., Ph. Junta, 
1515. small 4°. 

30 and 339 leaves. Angelius Appears to 
have corrected the text more from con- 
jecture than from MSS. The edition 
is scarce, without being at a high price. 

20736 (the same title). Plor., 

hered. Ph. Junte, a 8 Sept. 1521. 
small 4?. 

20, 218, and 125 leaves. This edition 
contains some augmentations. 

20737 — libri de re rustica Catonis, 
Varronis, Columellas, Palladii. De 
duobus dierum generibus etc. Ven., 
her. Aldi et And. soceri, m. Dec. 

1533- 4°- 

54 leaves of preliminary matter, 295 
numbered leaves, and i leaf with the an- 
chor. The text is the same as in the edi- 
tion of 15 14, with the exception of some 
alterations, which are borrowed from the 
Juntine edition of 1521. 

20738 — libri de re rustica Catonis, 
Varronis, ColumeUa, Palladii. Bas., 
J. Herragins, m. Julio 1532. smAU 

4^ 

A reprint of the Aldine, and tolerably 
scarce. 

20739 — libri de re rustica Catonis, 
Varronis, Palladii, Columellee, cum 
enarrationibus Georgii Alexandrini 
et annotatt. Ph. Beroaldi in Colu. 
mellam etc. Lugd., Seb. Gryph., 
^535* 8*"- 3 parts in 2 vols. 

20740 — libri de re rustica. Col., 
Gjrmnicus, 1536. 8°. 

20741 — Catonis ac Varronis de re 

rustica libri. — Columellie de re 

rust, libri. — Palladii de re rustica 

libri. — Enarratt. vocum priscar. 

per G. Alexandrinum.*— Pt. Vic- 

torii explicatt. suarum castigatio- 

num. Lugd., Sb. Gryph., 1541. 8°. 

5 parts in i vol. 

K^Nsated, ib., id., 1548, 49. 8**. 5 parts. 
The chief value of these editions arises 
fixim what Victcrius has done to them. 

20742 Par., Rb. Stephanus, 

1543. 8°. 5 parts in i vol. 

A fine and scarce reprint of the pre- 
ceding edition. 

20743 — acriptores rei rustics ve- 
teres latini, cum editt. prope om- 
nibus et MSS. pluribus coUati. 
Adjectft notn viror. clarissimor. in- 



SCR 

t^rae et lexicon rei rustics, cu- 
rante J. Mthi. Gesnero. Lps., 
Fritsch, 1735. 4^ 2 volL 

A new reoeiulon, in which however 
Oesner has too often followed Victorius. 
Leu 18 done in It for Columella than for 
the other authors. A copy on large strong 
paper in the Royal library at Dresden. 

20744 — scriptores rei rusticse ve- 
tere« latini, Cato, Vairo, Colu- 
mella, Palladius, quibus nunc acce- 
dit Vegetius de mulomedicina et 
GargiliiMartialisiragmentum. Cum 
editt. prope omnibus et MSS. plu- 
ribus collati. Adjectae notse viror. 
clarissimor. integre et lexicon rei 
rust., curante J. Mthi. Gesnero. 
Lps., Fritsch, 1773-74. 4°- a voU. 
(7 d.) 

J. A. Emesti superintended this new 
edition. There are copies on writing paper. 
Its text was repeated, Manheim, 1 781. 8^ 
5 vols. (id. 19 gr.), and Bip. 1787. 8*. 3 
▼ols. (3d. JOgr.) 

20745 — rei rusticae scriptores latini 
veteres. Ex libror. scriptor. atque 
editor, fide et viror. doctor, con- 
jecturis correxit atque interpretum 
omnium collectis et excerptis com- 
mentariis suisque illustravit J. Glo. 
Schneider. Lps., Fritsch, 1793-96. 
8^ 4 parts in 6 or 7 vok. (12 d. 
I2ffr.) 

This ezoeDent edition has nerertheless 
not entirely made 6esner*s to be dispensed 
with. 

20746 *— rustici latini volgarizzati 
(col testo latino), cioe: Catone, 
Varrone e Columella dell' agricol- 
tura, con note, traduzione di Gi. 
Girol. Pagani. — Virgilio delle geor- 
giche Ubri IV. traduz. di Fr. Soave. 
Ven. 1 793-99. 8°. 1 8 voU. 

Cato contains 3 vols., Varro 4, Colu- 
mella ID, and ViiiKil i • To which are added 
Pliny*s books on agriculture, 3 vols. 

20747 -— traduction d'anciens ouvra- 
ges latins relatifs k I'agriculture et 
k la m^ecine veterinaire, avec des 
notes, par Sabonreux de la Bonne- 
trie. Par. 1771-75 (new title 
1783). 8^ 6 voU. 

20748 SCRIPTORES rerum Bel- 

gicarum. 

I. Armalet s. MtUfria rer. Belghar. a di- 
VOL. IV. 



SCR 



1693 



versis aucUnrilms eonseripia, T. I. II. 
Ff. a. M. 1580. fbl. 

2. Hiatoria helgioa s. rerum in Belgio me* 
moralAHum scriptoret aUquoi {etL Am. 
Freytag), Ff, 1583. 8°. 

3. Baiavia Uhu&aia et tcriptores tMirtt, ex 
mweo PL Scriverii. LB. 1609. 4*. 

4. Rerum Belfficar, annalee, ehronioi et 
historidy opera Fr, SweertU. Ff. 1620. 
fd. 3 voll. 

5. Ant. Matthai fteteris €Bvi analeota. 
LB. 1698. 8». 10 voll — Ed. II. Hag. 
Com, 1738. 4°. 10 parts in 5 vols. 

6. Com, P, Hoyntk van Papendirecht 
Analeoia betgka. Hag, Com, 1743. 4^ 
6voU. 

7. Gerh, Dumbar Analecta s, Vetera o/t- 
quot seripta inediia, Daventr. 17 ip- 
sa. 8^ 3 voll. 

20749 SCRIPTORES rerum Bohe- 
micarum. 

1. Marg. Freheri Rerum Bohemicar. on- 
timii torr. aliquot intignet. Hanov, 
I DOS. fol. 

2. Gelaa, Dobneri Monumenta historioa 
BoemuB. Pragie^ 1764-86. 4*. 6 volL 

3. Scriptores rer, Bohemicar, (ed, Fr, ML 
Pebtel et Jot. Dobrowtky), Pragtfy 
1783-84.8*. a voL 

20750 SCRIPTORES rerum Bri- 
tannicarum. 

1. Rerum Britanmoar., i, e. AngUm^ 

SeotUB vicinarumque ingularum ao rC" 

gionum teriptoret veiustiores ac pra- 

cipui. Heidelb, (other copies Lugd.) 

1587. fol. 

2. Rerum angliearum scriptores post Be- 
dam prtrdpui (ed, H, SaviTtus), Land. 
1596. fol.— JTrf. //. Ff. 1601. foL 

3. Anglicoy Hibemioa, Normanmcoy Cam- 
briea, a veterUms seripta^ ex bibl, Gu, 
Camdeni, Ff, i6oa. fol. 

4. Historue Angl%4B scriptores X, (ed, 
Roger, Twgsden). Lend. 1653. fol. 

5. Rerum AngUcanar, scriptores veteres 
Tom, I, {ed, Gu. Fulman, jussu J, 
FeU), Ox, 1684. foL 

6. Historic Anglioame scriptores guinque 
nunc prim, editi a T, G. {Th. Gale), 
Ox, 1687. foL 

7. HistoruF Britanniemy Saxomom, Anglo^ 
Damea scriptores XF., opera Th, (SUe. 
Ox. 1691. fol. 

8. Historic AngHcanm scriptores varH 
{cura Jos, Sparke), Lend, 1723. fol. 

9. Britannicarum gentium historic aniim 
qwB scriptores tres, Ricardus Cortnen" 
«w, Gildas Badonicus, Nennius Ban^ 
ehorensis, Reoensuit, notisque auxit 
C, Bertramus, Havn, 1757. 8*. 

10. Th, Heame Scriptores varH de hi. 
storia Anglieanti, Ox. 1709-35. 8^ 
64 voll. (see Hearne). 

See also Chaokicles. 
58 



1694 SCR 

II. CnO'' Cownor Rtrum hUbenicair. ierip- 
toret veteret. T. I. BuMmghamy 1814. 

SCRIPTORES renim Byzantiiia- 
ram, see Btzantina. 

20751 SCRIPTORES rerum Dani. 
carum medii sevi ciira Jac. Lange- 
beck et Pt. F. Suhm. Havn. 1772 
-9a. fol. 7 voll. 

20752 SCRIPTORES rerum Galli- 

carum. 
I. ArmaUwn et historim Franeor. ab a. 

708-990 toriptoret ooatanei XII. Ex 

bibHot/i PL PithaL Par. 1588. 8**.— 

Ed, II. Ff. 1594. 8». 
3. HtUorim Francor. ab a. 000-1185 

tcripUfrei veieres XI. Ex bibHoth. Pt. 

PUhai, Ff. 1596. fol. 

3. (Marq, Freheri) C of put Fvane^ctt 
hittoruB veterU et amoertp. Hanov. 
1613. foL 

4. And, du Cheane Historue Norman-' 
norum scriptores antigvi. Par. 161 9. fol. 

5. And. du Chetne Hiaiorue Franeor. 
aeriptorea ooatanei. Par. i636-49- ^oL 
5 voD. 

6. Ph. Labbe Nova bibttotheea tnanuacrip' 
tor. Ubror. Par. 1657. ^^ ^ ^^ 

7. Mt. Bouquet Reeueil dea hiatariena dea 
Gaulea et de la France. Par. 1738- 
1822. fol. 18 volL 

20753 SCRIPTORES rerum Ger. 
manicarum. 

The more general oollections : 

1. JVUiehindi Rerum ab Henrico et Ot^ 
tone I. geatarum iibri III. una cum 
alUa quibuadam dkoeraorum autorum 
Matoriia. ^a«. 153a. fol. 

2. Germanicar. rerum quatuor chrono- 
graphi ( 7\irpm«a, Rheffino, Sigebertua 
Gemblae. et Lambertua Sehq/hab., ed. 
Sim. Schardiua). Ff. a. M. 1566. fol. 

3. Ottonia Friaingenaia Ckranieon. De 
geatia Friderid I. Radevioua De ejuad. 
Friderici geaHa. Guntheri poetm Ligu- 
rinua (jeura Pt. Pithari). Baa. 1569. 
fol. . 

4. Hiaiorieum opua in 4 tomoa diviaum, 
- auetore Sim. Schardio. Baa. 1574. fol. 

— Ed. II. Gieaaa, 1673. fol. 

5. Reineri Reineoeii Soriptorea rerum 
Germ. Ff. a. M. 1577-81. fol. 

6. J. PiatorU lUuatrea veterea acriptorea^ 
qui rerum a Germatna geatar. hiatoriaa 
vel amnalea poateria religuerutU. Ff. a. 
M. 1583-1607. foL 3 vtXL.^Ed. II. 
T. 1. II. Hanao. 1613. T. III. Ff. 
1653 (new title 1654). fd. 3 volL — 
Ed. III. eurante Bure. Gheif £(ru. 
vio. RaHab, 1716. foL 3 vftH. 

7. Juad Reuberi Veterum acriptor.^ qui 
Cmaarum et imperator. Germanioor. rea 



SCR 

maaidaaruniy Umma imtct . Ff 
1584. UL^Ed. II. Hanov. 1619. foL 
-Zfd. ///. curanie G. Ch. Joarnda. 
Ffa. M. 1726. f(^ 

8. Ch. UratiaU Germania hiatorieorum tf. 
luatfium lomt //. Ff. 1585. foL— i?<i. //. 
Ff. 1670. fol. 

9. Mairq, Freheri rerum Germanioar. 
aeriptorea aUquot inaignea. Ff. a. M. 
1600-1 1. foL 3 FoIL — Ed. II. Ff 1624 
-37. fol. 3 volL — Ed. III. eurante 
Buro. Ghe{f Struvio. Arg. 171 7. foL 
3 voU. 

10. Mdoh. Goldaati rerum Alamannica' 
rum aeriptorea aUquoi veiuatL Ff 1606. 
foL—Ed. II. Ff. 1661. foL—Ed. III. 
eura H. Ch. Senckenberg. Ff et Lpa. 
1730. foL 

11. Mnem SylvH hiatoria rerum Frideriei 
III. Subjuncti aSi ad german, hiatO' 
riam pertinentea aeriptorea. Cum prmf. 
J. G. KtdpiaU. Arg. 1685. foL — 
J. SchiUeri aeriptorea rer. Germ. Arg. 
1 702. fol. ia only a new title. 

12. H. MeibomH rer. Germanicar. tomi 
III. Helmat. 1688. foL 3 parts in 
2 vols. 

13. Ch, Fr. Pauiini rerum et anHqui. 
tatum Germanioar. agntagma. Ffa.M. 
1698. 4"*. 

14. Gf Gu, LeibnitU aceeaaionea hiatorieae. 
Hannoe. 1 700. 4**. 1 voU. 

15. J. Meh. Heineoeii et J. G. LeucHefddi 
aeriptorea rer. Germ. Ff a. M, 1707. 
foL 

16. J. G. Eeeofdi veterum manumen toru m 
quaiemio. Lpa. 1720. fol. 

17. Ejuad, oorpua hiatoricum medH mvL 
Lpa. 1723. foL 2 volL 

18. J. F. Sehannat Vindemim lUerariaa 
h. e. vetL monumentor. ad Germamam 
aacram praedpue apeotantium coUectio 
I. II. Fu/dar et Lpa. 1723-24. fol. 

Provincial cpDections : 

19. Hi. Pern Scriptorea rer. Auatriaear. 
veterea ae genuinL Lpa. et Ratiab. 1711 
-45. fol. 3 voU. 

la Adr. Raueh Rer. Auatriaear. aerr. 
Vindob. 1 790-94. 4**. 3 voll. 

21. J. PL Ludewig Serr. rer. epiaoopatua 
Bambergenaia et Germaniearum. Ff 
et Lpa. 1718. foL 9 volL 

22. And, Fel. (Efele Rer. Beiear. aerr. 
Aug, Find. 1 763. fol- a volL 

23. Scriptorea rer. Brandenburgenaiumm 
Ff ad Viadr. 1751-53. 4*. 2 volL 

34. Gf. Gu. LeibnitH Serr. rer. Brunavi- 
eenaium. Hannov. 1707-11. fol. 3 vdL 

35. E. Jo. de Weatphalen Monumenta 
inedita rerum Germanioarumj pneeipue 
Cimbrioar. et Megapolenaium. Lpe» 

»73}M5-fol«4^oU. 

36. Ch. Gf Hqffmanni Serr. rer. Luaa^ 

Hear, aniiqui ei receniiorea. Lpa. et 
Km. 1 719. foL 4 parts in t voU. 



SCR 

37. G. Ch. Joannis terr. rer. Mogtin^a- 
ear. Ff, a. M. 1722-27. foL 3 yoll. 

28. «/. Burdhi Mendcerm $orr, rer. Germ,, 
praoipue Saaonioar. Lpa. 1728-30. 
foL 3 voU. 

29. Ch. ScMitffetm ei G. Cp. KreyuigU 
diplaauUaria ei mtt. kutoruB ffermaniem 
(eojconica) medU mvi. Altenb. 1 753-60. 
fol. 3 voll. 

30. ErpoltU Lindenbrogii acrr. rer. Germ, 
septentrumaUum viemorwnque papula* 
rum tUverti. Ff, 1609 or 30. fol.— 
Md. II. cum prfFf, J. Alb. FaMcn. 
Hmb. 1 706. fol. 

31. F. W. de Sommersberg SUesiacar. 
rerum aerr, aliquot. Lpt. 1729-32. fol. 
3 ▼oU. 

32. MMl GaldoiH rerum Sueviear. torr. 
aliquot veU. Ff, 1605. ^'^^Ed, II. 
Ulma, 1727. fol. 

33. Xeinh. Wegelini thetaurut rer. Sue* 
vioar. lAndaugim, 1756-60. fd. 4 vt^. 

34. J. Pt, Ludewig GeedMktachreiber van 
dem Bisehqfihume WUrzburg. J/. 1713. 
foL 

35. Ign. Grappn ealleeiio nomssima scrip- 
lor. et rerum Wircelntrgermum. Ff. ei 
Lpe, 1741-44. fol. 2 v^. 

20754 SCRIPTORES rerum Helve- 
ticamin. 

1. TKeeaurut hieiori^ HeheAom {eura 
J, Cr. FUdim). Tiguri, 1735. foL 

2. Seripiore* rerum Baeilientium mmoret. 
Vol. I, (ei unioum.) Bas. 1752. 8^ 

SCRIPTOR£S rerum Hibemicarum, 

see ScRiPTORBs rer. britannicar. 

20755 SCRIPTORES rerum Hispa- 
nicarum. 

1. Rerum Hispanioar, acripiorei aliquot f 
es biblioth, Rb. Belt, Ff, 1579-81. fol. 
3 volL 

2. {And. SehotH) Hiapania iUuatrata. Ff. 
1603-1608. fol. 4 voll. 

3. Hiatoriaa de Idacia, laidoro, Sebaatianoy 
Sampiro y Pelagio, reoogidaa par Pru-. 
dencio de Sandoval. Pamplona, 1615 or 
34* foL 

4. Coleocion de laa eranicaa y memoriaa de 
loe reyea de Caatilla, Madr. 1779-87. 
Uu^ 4^ 6 vols. — See above, Cao- 
NiCA, No. 5469. 

5. Cronicaa de Eapana, Madr. 1791-94. 
4". 16 voU. — See above, Ocampo, No. 

14979- 

20756 SCRIPTORES rerum Hun. 
garicarum. 

1. Rerum Hvngaricar. acriptarea varH 
{ed. Jae. Bongaraiua). Ff, 1600. fol. 

2. Mt/U. BeUa apparatua ad hialoriam 
Hungaritp. PaaonU, 1735. fol. 

3. J. G. Schwandtneri acrr. rer. Hunga- 
rioar, veterea ac genuini. Vindob, 1746 
-48. foL 3 YoU. 



SCR 



1695 



4. Mi, G, Kaeachkh Scrr. rer. Hungar. 
minorea. Budte, 1798-99. 8^. 2 toU. 

5. Ejuad, Sammlttng kleiner natA trnge- 
druckter StOcke, in welchen gleichzeii. 
Sehriftateller einaielne Abachniiie der 
Hung, Geaehiehie attfgeMeichnet haben. 
I. Bd. Cfen, 1805. 8°. 

6. J. Ch, ab Engel Monumenia Ungriea. 
Vindob, 1809. 8^ 

20757 SCRIPTORES rerum Itali- 
carum. 

1 . /ta&r illuatrata a, rerum iial. acriptarea 
(ed. And. Sehaii). Ff. 1600 (new title 
1605). foL 

2. J. G. GrmvH iheaaurua aniiguiiaium 
et hiatoriar. Italiet, LB. 1704-23. fol. 
30 Y€XL-^ Ejuad, theaaur, anOqq. ei 
hiatoriar. Siciliaf, Sardinite, Coraiom etc. 
LB. 1723-25. foil. 15 voU. 

3. L. AnL Muralorii rer. iioL aerr. prm» 
eipui. MedioL 1723-51. fol. 25 parti 
in 28 or 29 vols. 

4. (Joa. Mar. TartinU) rer. iial, aerr, 
Flor. 1748-70. fol. 2 volL 

5. J. Bd. MitiarelU ad acrr. rer, iial. 
MuratorU acoeaaionea hiatoriotf Faven- 
tinte, Ven. 1771. foL 

6. Joa. Sim. Aaaemam ItaHcte hiatoriota 
acriptarea, Romofy 1751-53. 4°. 4 voll. 

7. latoriei delle eoae VeneMtans. Ven, 
1718-22. 4°. 10 volL 

8. Dm. Mar. Manni Craniehette antiehe 
di varU acrittori. Fir, 1733. 4**. 

9. (Dm, Jordan*) Deleetua acriptor. rer. 
Neapoliianar. Neap. 1735. foL 

10. Raccolta di tutii i piu rinamaH acrit- 
tori delV iatoria generate del regno di 
Napoli, Nap, 1 769. 4''. 2 1 volL 

11. Rerum aicular, aerr. (ed. Th. Fa- 
gellua.) Ff, a. M, 1579. fol. 

12. J. Bt. Caruaii biblioiheea hiatorica 
regni SioiHdf, Panormij 1723. fol. 
2 voll. 

13. Raaarii GregarH bibliotheca aerip- 
torumy qui rea in SidUa geataa aub Ara- 
gonum regno retulere, Panormiy 1791- 
93. fol. 2 voll. 

14. Ejuad. rer, arabiear,, qu€B ad hiaio- 
riam Siculam apedanty ampla ealleeiio. 
Panormij 1790. fol. 

20758 SCRIPTORES rerum Lusi- 
tanicarum. 

1. CoUec^ao doa documentoa e memoriaa da 
academia real da hiatoria portuguema. 
lAab. 1722-36. fol. 15 voll. 

2. Documentoa arabicoa para a hiatoria 
portuguega copiadoa e vertidoa em per- 
tuguem por Fr. Joao da Souaa, Liab. 
1 790. 4«. 

3. Colleofao de livroa ineditoa de hiatoria 
portugueza (publieadaa por Joai Correa 
de Serra), lAab. 1 790^3. fol. 3 voU. 

5S2 



1696 



SCR 



8GRIPTORES reram mirabilium, 
see Antigonus. 

20759 SCRIPTORES renim Mosoo- 
viticarum. 

Rerum MotcomAoar, auiores vanL Ff. 
a. M. 1600. fol. 

20760 SCRIPTORES rerum Poloni- 
carum. 

1. PdhnietB hiUtorut corpus^ em bibUoih, 
J. PUtorii, Bat, 1583. foL 3 voQ. 

3. Alex. Guagnini rerum Pohruear, iomi 
HI, Ff. 1584. 8«. 

3. Seriptoret rerum Polonicarum ex fv- 
oendoribuB pradptiiy quotquot extant 
laHnu Anut, (Gedani), 1698. 4^ 
3 voU. 

4. Vine. KadltMco ei ML GalhUy terip- 
tares hut, Polon, vetuetiseimL Gedanif 
1 749. foL 

5. Seripiorum rerum pohniear, et prueti' 
car, coUeeOo nova. DanHteif 1753. 4°, 
15 parts ill 4 vols. 

6. Lr, Mizler de Kolqf hutoriar. Polonue 
et magm dueatus Liihuanue ecriptorum 
eoUectio, VareavUe, 1761-69. fol. 4 

YOlL 

20761 SCRIPTORES rerum Sueci- 
carum medii sevi, ed. Eric. Mch. 
Fant. T.I. Holm, et Ups. 1818. 
fol. 

20762 SCRIPTORES rerum Traos- 
silvanarum, ed. Jos. C. Eder. Ci- 
bini, 1797-1800. 4°. 2 voll. 

20763 SCRITTORI classici italiani 
antichi e modemi di eoonomia po- 
litica, pubblicati ed illustrati da 
Pt. Custodi. Mil. 1803-17. S\ 
50 voll. 

This collection oonsists of 4 divisions, 
the contents of which are as foUows : 

Parte anOea. T. I. Serra, Twrbolo; 
11. DatyanMoHy Scaruffi; III. Monianari; 
IV. V. Broffgia ; VI. VII. iVm. 

Parte mtSema, T. I. Bandmif AlgarotH ; 
II. Bemtii, Pagmni; IILVI. GaUam; 
VII-X. Gtnovesi; XI. XII. Beccarui ; 
XIII. XIV. Carli; XV-XVII. VerH; 
XVIII. XIX. Zannoni; XX. PaoletH; 
XXI-XXVII. Ortee; XXVIII-XXIX. 
BriganH; XXX.XXXLd'Areo; XXXII. 
Filangien; XXXIIUXXXV. Vatoo ; 
XXXVl.MengotHf XXXVII. XXX Vil I. 
Paltmeri; XXXIX. Deffieo, Camiam, So- 
lera; XL. CantalupOf CaraocioU, Scrofani ; 
XLI. RUsd ; XLII. XLIII. Tavola gene- 
rale. 

20764 SCRIVERIUS, Pt. Prin- 
cipes Hollandiie, Zelandise et West- 
frisiae ab a. Chr. 863 usque ad ulti- 



SCU 

mum Pbilippum, seri omnes incisi 
et fideliter descripti auspiciis Pt. 
Scriverii. Harlemi, 1650. large fol. 
with 38 plates. 

20765 — opera auecdota^ philologica 
et poetica, edente Am. H. Wester- 
hovio. Traj. ad Rh. 1737. 4°. 

20766 — Laure-Crans voor Laurens 

Coster yan Haerlem, eerste Vinder 

vail de Boeck-Druckery. Haerlem, 

Rooman, 1628. 4^ 

For his Colleeianeatragicor.f see Poetje, 
No. 17549. 

SCROFA, see Glottochrysio. 
SCRUTINIUM scripturar., see 
Paulus a S. Maria. 

20767 SCUDERY, G. de. Alaric 
ou Rome vaincue. Bruz.> Courb^, 
1656. 1 2^ with plates. 

Tliis edition of a poem rendered ridicu- 
lous by Boileau {Sat, II. 77 sq. ArL poet, 
I. 49 sq.), printed with the Elzevir types, 
is the finest, and is still sought after in 
France. In some copies is to be found, 
Jouxte la copie d Paris. The ist edition 
appeared. Par, 1654. fol. with plates. The 
pretended edition, Leide, J. Sambix (but 
probably Rouen), which appeared in 1654 
in ia°. is very bad. Par. 1659. ''"* ^^ 
plates, and Hage, 1685. 14^ with plates, 
are better. 

20768 — Almahide ou Tesclaye reyne. 
Par. 1661-63. 8**. 8 voll. 

20769 SCUDERY, Magdelaiue de. 
Cldlie, histoire romaine. Par. 1654— 
61. 8^ 10 voll. 

20770 — Artam^ne ou le grand Cy- 
rus. Par. 1650. 8^ 10 voll. 

See also Ibuahim. Boileau did not 
handle this composing lady*s prolix ro- 
mance {Art. poet. III. 100 and 1 15, and in 
the Hhos de roman) more gallantly than 
the work of her brother above-mentioned. 
His critique does not appear to have re- 
mained unnotioed by her, as she left behind 
in MS. a revision of Artam^ne, which ia 
now in Renouard*s possession, see his Ca- 
ial. III. 20a. A key to the Cldlie is printed 
in SomaUze Dietummnre des pretieusee. 
Par, 1661. 8*. 

20771 SCULTETUS. And. Ge- 
dichte, aufgefunden von Gotthold 
Ephr. Lessing. Brschw. 1771. 8^. 
(6 gr.) Erste Nachlese, von J. 
Gli. Jachmann. Breal. 1774. 8^ 
(4 gr.) Zweite Nachlese, von Hi. 
Scholz. ib. 1783, 8^ (3 gr.) 



scu 

SCULTURE della villa Borghese. 
see L. Lambbrti. 

20772 SCULTURE et pitture sagre, 
estratte da i dmiterj cu Roma^ pub- 
blicate dagli autori della Roma sot- 
terranea^ colle spi^azioni (da 6i. 
Gaet. Bottari). I&ma, 1737-54- 
fol. 3 vols, vnth plates. 

SGYLAX, see Gboobaphica, No. 
8328-30. 

20773 SEAMAN, Gu. Grammatica 
Ungate turcicfle. Ox., HaU, 1670. 

4 • 

20774 S£ANCES des ^coles nor- 

males. Par. 1 800-1. 8^ 13 vols, 
and I No. of plates. 

20775 SEBA^ Alb. Locupletissimi 
rerum naturaliom thesauri accurata 
descriptio et ioonibus expiessio, per 
universam physices historiam. De- 
scription exacte des principales cu- 
riosity naturelles du cabinet d' Al- 
bert Seba. Amst. 1734-65. large 

fol. 4 vols, with plates. 

Although interestiog and very well got 
up, yet falling in price. Only copies with 
the old illumination are acaroe and aou^t 
after; thote newly illuminated at Paris, 
which cost 1800 fr. produce scarcely a third 
of this price at sales. There are also copies 
in which besides the Latin text there is 
a Dntch instead of a French translation. 
The text, which was superintended by 
Oaubius, Musschenbrodc, and Massuet, is 
less prized than the plates, the number of 
whidi in the ist vol. (besides a title^plate 
and a portrait) is 1 1 1, in the 2nd t 14, in 
the 3rd 116, and in the 4th 108. The 
Frendi trandation is partly by L. de Jau- 
oourt. 

SEBASTIANUS, see Abraoo* 
NBN8I8. 

20776 SEBER, Wfg. Index voca- 

bulor. Homeri. Ox., typ. Clarend.^ 

1780. large 8^. Appendix, ib. 1782. 

large 8^ (10s., on large paper 

14s.) 

It is generally annexed to the edition of 
Homer, Ox. 1780. large 8^ 4 parts in 2 
vols. The first edition of Seber's index, 
which is tolerably scarce, appeared In bu 
bUopoRo CommeUanOf 1604. 4*". Also, 
yfnuL 1649. 4**- "^^^ principal &ult of this 
otherwise very careful work is the too 
little regard of the particles. 

SEBON or SEBUNDE, see Sa- 

BUNDB. 



SEC 



1697 



20777 SECKENDORP, Vit. Lud. 
a. Commentarius historicus et apo- 
logeticus de Lutheranismo sive de 
refonnatione religionis ductu Mt. 
Lutheri recepta et stabilita. Lps., 
Gleditsch^ 1694. fol. 

In German (by Elias Fricke). LpM.^ 
GJMUwA, 1714. 4^ 

SECONDAT, see Montesquieu. 
SECOUSSE, see Obdonnances. 

20778 SECTANUS, Quintus. (Lud. 
Sbbgabdus.) Satyrae numero 
auctae, mendis purgatte^ et singulse 
locupletiores. Editio novissima. 
Accedunt argumenta ac indices re- 
rum, verbor. et nominum, nee non 
commentaria ex notis anon^i con- 
cinnante P. Antoniano (Emman. 
Martini). Amst., apud Elsevirios 
(NeapoU), 1700. large 8^ 2 voU. 

The large size has occasioned, that oopieB 
have sometimes been stated as being on 
large paper, of which there are none. 
The edition appears to ha^e been inter- 
rupted, as of the 19 satires to be found in 
CoL 1698. 8°., it only contains 8. The ist 
edition was, without place (Neap.) apud 
Triphonemf 1696. small 8°., and contains 
16 satires. 

20779 — Lud. Sergardii, antehac 

Quinti Sectani, satyrse, argumentis, 

scholiis, enarrationibus tribus volu- 

minibus dispertitse, quibus aocedit 

quartum cum orationibus, disserta- 

tionibus, prolusionibus etc. Lucie, 

1783. 8^ 4 voll. 

Concerning this most complete edition, 
consult Gwmaie di Pita T. 54. p. 114. 

20780 — le satire di Settano ridotte 

in versi volgari (sciolti). Spira, 

1698. ia°. 
"Riis edition contains only 6 satires. 

20781 — le satire di Quinto Settano 
tradotte da Sesto Settimio. Paler«. 
mo. Dm. Cortese, 1707. 8°. 

This edition contains 18 satires. 

20782 — satire di Settano, tradotte 
in terasa rima dallo stesso autore, 
ricavate dal manoscritto autografo. 
In Zurigo, 1760. 8°. 

20783 — satire di Q. Settano, con 
aggiunte e annotazioni. Londra 
(tA^^f'nOi Mast), 1786. 12®. 

Also^ AmtL (Fir.) 1783. I9*. 
5S3 



1698 



SEC 



20784 SECTANUS, Lucius, Quinti 
filius. De tota grieculorum hujus 
Ktatis literatura sermones IV. Ac 
cessere ad eorum defensionem quin- 
tU8 et sextus. Hag. Com., Pt. de 
Hondt, 1752. 8°. 

The best edition. 'Hie original edition 
of the first 4 disoouraes appeared, Hagm 
Vulput (in Italy), 1 738. 8^ This woriL at- 
tracted much notice at Florence, because it 
contained a satire on the most celebrated 
literary characters of that place and of Pisa, 
and J. Lami was especially offended at it. A 
multitude of writings consequently appeared 
in opposition to it, of which the poems, 
t Pifferi di Montagna (by Oius. Mar. Me- 
catti), {Leida e Lmuira, without date. 8^), 
and // Fariteo modemo were the bitterest. 
A Sermo quiniut consequently appeared in 
answer, Corythi, without date. 8^ The 
Jesuit Pompeius Venturi was long consi- 
dered as the author of the satires them- 
selves; but it is now certain that they 
were the work of the Jesuit Julius Caesar 
Cordara. The author of the notes con- 
cealed under the name of Philocardius was 
the Jesuit H. Lagomarsini: consult Job. 
Mar, Parthenitu De vita et atudiU LagO' 
martini, Ven, 1801. 8"*. p. 73 sq. 223 sq. 

20785 SECUNDUS, J. Nicolajus. 
Opera quae reperiri potuenint om- 
nia. Curante atque edente Pt. 
Scriverio. hB., typis Jac. Marci, 
1619. 8°. 

301 and 71 pages besides the preliminary 
matter. Concerning some remarkable co- 
pies of this first edition by Scriverius, con- 
sult MU^ Mag. eneyd. 1 795. V. 393 sq. 
The I St edition of Secundus entire is of the 
year 1539. 

20786 — opera. Accurate recognita 

ex muaeo Pt. Scriverii. LB., Fr. 

Hegerus, 1631. 12°. 384 pages. 

LB,, Wgngaerden, 1641. I2^ diflers 
only in having a strip of paper with a new 
date pasted on the title-plate. 

20787 — opera omnia emendatius et 
cum notis adhuc ineditis Pt. Bur. 
manni Secundi denuo edita, cura 
Pt. Bosscha. LB.^ Luchtmans, 

1822. 8*». 2 voU. 
The most complete and the best edition. 

also AMdiKITATBS. 



20788 SEDAINE, Mch. GBuvres 
choisies. Par., Didot, 1813. i8^ 
3 voll. 

20789 SEDULIUS, Coelius. In li- 
brum evangelionim. Without place 



SED 

or date ( UUraj., Ketelaer elt Leempi, 

about 1473)- fol. Gothic letter. 

The first edition and very scaioe. 36 
leaves with 30 lines in a fuU page^ without 
signatures, catchwords, and pagination. 
In leaf la is this superscription, In ruOe 
prU etfiin et spue atH incipit eeduRg in iU 
bru euangeiio4. The last line of leaf 36^ 
is. Explicit eeduRiu in Hbru euangeKo^, 

20790 — carmen paschale (ed. Pt. 

Eisenberger). Lps.^ Thanner, 1 499. 

4°. Gothic letter. — Exhortatorium 

ad Chrtstianos. ib., id., 1499. 4^ 

Gothic letter. 

This edition, which was formerly con- 
sidered as the first, is made from a MS. of 
the Marienbibl. at Halle. 

20791 — carmen paschale. Pruden- 
tii poemata (cura Jani Parrhaaii). 
Mediol., Gu. le Signerre, ivithout 
date, 1 50 1. 8°. 

1 16 leaves. A scarce edition ; two co- 
pies on vellum are known : one in the li- 
brary at Wolfenbiittel, the other in lord 
Spencer*s possession (previously count Mel- 
zi*s? consult Dibdin*s Deoam. III. an). 

20792 — paschale quod Sedulius car- 
men dedit discipulus, doctor legat 
et monachus. Spirae, Cr. Hist, 1501. 
4^ Gothic letter. 

With the signatures A-^J. 

20793 — mirabilium divinorum li- 
bri IV. (edid. Jo. Vadianus.) Vi- 
ennie Punnonie, Philovallia et Sin- 
greniuB, 151 1. 4^. 

4 a leaves. A scaroe edition, which appears 
to be a reprint of the text in the Poeta 
ehritiianL Ven,, Aldtu, 1501. 4*. 

20794 — carmen paschale cum com- 
mento Antonii Nebrissensis. C«- 
sar-Auguste^ G. Coci, 6 non. Sept. 

A very scaroe edition. The commentary 
to be found herein had already appeared 
in the edition, Lugd,y Maretchal et Chau$» 
sard, 15 1 3. 4^ and was repeated, Bae, 
154'- 8*. 

20795 — paschale opus (ex rec. J. 
Bremii). Taurini, J. Ang. et Ber- 
nardin. de Silva, 3 Sept. 15 16. 4^ 

20796 — carmen paschale cum com- 
mento Antonii Nebrissensis. Gra- 
natae, 1553. 4^ 

20797 — operis paschalis libri V. 



SED SE6 1699 

I11111C primnm in lucem editi. Ex 20805 SEOHEZZI, Ant. Fed. O- 

▼etusto oodioe P. Pithoei. Cnra et pere volgari e latine. Agginntevi 

studio Fr. Jureti^ cujus etiam not«B alcune rime di Nicoolo, suo fra- 

adjectae sunt. Par. 1583. S"". tello. Ven., Basaa^a, 1749. 8^ 

20798 — mirabilium divinorum libri, A oopy on irelhiin in 4**. in the Roval 
paschaie carmen dicti, et hymni KbntfyrtP»ns (previously lol. PindH, 

duo. Cp. Cellarius ex MSS. oodd. '"^ ^':„!r!^^; 

recensuit, et adnotationibus iUus- 20806 SEGNERI, P. Opere. Ven., 

travit. Hal. 1 704. 8^ BagUoni, 1 7 1 a. 4^ 4 voll. 

20799 — mirabilium diyinor. libri V. Ako> ib , Id, 1718. 4'. 4 vch. Parma, 

sive carmen paachale, item hymni f2^ 'ZJ^JX^^^^L^^ 

1 AJ3* ^ ^j* M uiMtf Due ten ooiTeob idcbb offroooDtd 

Olio. Ad codicum mstor. et edl- ^orjt, ,^6 cited by the aordemy della 

tionmn Teteroin fideoi recensuit, Cnuca, and u« idl prized in Itahr. A 

lectt. Tarias, obserrationes et in- new editioD of the QuaretiKuJe (prevl. 

dices adjecit J. F. Gruner. Lps., "5"'^' J"^- ',^79- «•), appeared, MO. 

Wendler, 1747. 8°. ^ ^' 0^0^^ „ o • »• 

20800 - carminis paschalis libri V. 20807 SEGNI. Bn. Stone Pioren- 

et hymni duo. Cum notis varior.. *'."«' ^f^J""" '5*7 «! I555. «>U» 

qnibus accedunt Th. Wopkensii ad- ^*^ ".' ^- Cappom, descntta dal 

versaria emendatiora, maxima ex '"edesimo Segni. Augusta, Mert«, 

parte adhuc inedita. Curante H. '7«3. fol. with a portraits. Also 

J. Amtsenio, qui adnotationes et *"U*'8* P"P*'- . • ^ ..■ -». 

■• ^ .. ^ J* '^ There are 3 sorts of copies of this good 

observationum specimen adjecit. edition, whiA was subtended by Fr. 

Ijeoyardiie, Chalmot, 1761. 8^ Settimaui. In the genuine and rarest 

20801 — opera omnia ad MSS. Va- copies in p. 304 a heinous crime of Pt. 

ticanos afiosque, et ad veteres edi- ^ ^*™«® 'JL,?"?'''*^'*?* i'i *^« "«*^ 

4>;^,iAo *A.wwU,;4.« i>«^i^wn.^.v«^>»:<. " "*« ^xt. This » omitted m the others, 

tiones recognita. Prolegomenis, ^^ ^^ ^^^^^ „p^ i, fi„^ „p ^^ ^^ 

scholiis et appendicibus illustrata a but the passage, printed in a separate can- 

Faustino Arevalo. Romse, 1 794. 4°^ oel, is pasted over. In the common copies 

See also Juvekcus. * *^ ^•'^ only is to be found without the 

canoeL The story, which follows after 

SEELANDER, see Munzcabinbt. the words da spendere Vanno, begins thus, 

AAA^A ai:tr:«-KirTT t -c«r> ou n-i-i* ^^^ ^^ tenuta in quei seooh, and ends 

20802 8EEMILLER, Sb. Blblio- ^Oi the word,, con giZpompa del mondo. 

thece academiae Ingolstadiensis in- Another principal castrated passage is in 

Gunabula seu libri ante a. 1500 im- P- ^^5* Consult Sohelhonm apologia pro 

pressi, secundum annor. seriem dis- y^rgerto, p. 37. 

positi^ descripti, et notis historico- 20808 — storie Fiorentine dall' anno 

literariis illustrati. Ingolst., KruU, 1527 al 1555, colla vita di N. Cap- 

1787-89. 4^ 4 parts (3 d. 8 gr.) poni. A^untavi la tragedia dell* 

20803 SE6AR, W. and Jos. En- Edipo. Palermo, Rupetti^ 1778. 
jfONsoN. Baronagium genealogi- 4°. a voll. 

cum, or the pedigrees of the Eng. 20809 — storie Fiorentine. Mil. 

lish peers. (Lond.) 1764. large fol. 1805. 8°. 3 voll. {Classici Ital.) 

5 vols. Supplement, by Edmon- 20810 SEGRAIS, J. Renaud de. 

son. Lond. 1786. large'fol. Poesies. Caen, Chalopin, 1823. 8^. 

A splendid work, which is sold in Eng- (8 fr., on vellum paper 16 fr.) 

land as high 8^ 12 guineas. 20811— Zayde, histoire espagnole, 

20804 SE6HELYN. Die Historie avec un traite de I'origine des ro- 
van Seghelyn van Iherusalem. mans, par Huet. Suiv. la copie 
Antw., Claes van den Wouwere^ impr. k Paris {Holland, Ekevier), 
1564. fol. Gothic letter. 1671. 12°, 

The edition, Aniw., H. Peteruen, with- It is now ascertained that this romance 

out date^ fol. Gothic letter, is older. was properly by Mde. de la Fayette. This 

584 



1700 SEG 

edition only is soaglit after, as being print- 
ed by Eherir, althongh it is not toe best. 
Prev^iously, Par. 1670. S\ 2 vols. 

20812 — oeuvres di verses. Par. 1 755. 
1 2°. 2 voll. 

20813 SEGUIER, J. Fr. Plantie 

Veronenses, seu stirpium, quae in 

agro Veronensi reperiuntur^ metho- 

dica synopsis. Veronae, 1745-54. 

8^. 3 rols. with plates. 

An esteemed worl^ seldom found with 
the supplement. 

20814 — bibliotheca botanica, sive 
catalogus auctorum et librorum, qui 
de re botanica, de medicamentis ex 
v^etabilibus paratis, de re rustica 
et de horticultura tractant. Ac- 
cessit bibliotheca botanica J. Ant. 
Bumaldi seu potius Ovidii Montal. 
bani, nee non auctuarium in bibli- 
oth. botan. Seguierii. Opera Lr. 
Thdr. Gronovii. LB., Haak, 1 760. 

20815 SEIDEL, Mt. F. loones et 
elogia viror. aliquot prsestantium, 
qui Marchiam olim jurerunt ac il- 
lustrarunt. Without place, 1671. 
fol. with 100 plates. 

Previously, without plaoe^ 1670. foL 
with 75 plates. These portraits are bod even 
to caricature, and the new edition with 
(German) explanations by G. (K. KCkster, 
BerU 1751. fol- with 100 plates, is still 
sometimes bought only on account of the 
text 

SEINISADE, see Hosbin. 

20816 SEIR Mutagharin, or view of 
modem times, being an history of 
India for 1781-82. Calcutta, 1789. 
4**. 3 voll. 

SEISSEL, see SEYSSEL. 

20817 SELDENUS, J. Opera om. 
nia tarn edita quam inedita. Col- 
legit et recensuit, vitam auctoris, 
praefationes et indices adjecit D. 
Wilkins. Lond., Bowyer, 1726. 
fol. 3 vols. Also on large paper. 

His Table-taik is also to be foimd in this 
edition, which had previously wpeared, 
Lond, 1696. 8**. and has recenUy been 
reprinted with notes, Lond, 1819. 8**. 

8ELECTA de legationibus, see Ex. 



SEL 

CBRPTA. — prindpum histor., see 
Wtttenbach. 

20818 SELENUS, Gst. (AnonsT, 

Herz. Ton Braunschweig u. Lune- 

burg.) Das Schach-oder Konigs- 

spid. Lpz., Gross, 1616. ibl. with 

plates. 

LpM.y KobeTj 1617. foL is only a new 
title. There are copies on writing paper, 
but none on laige paper. SoUnui oonime' 
tuM Oder kwrsur UrUerrichi von dem Schach' 
9fieL Uhn, 173a. 12". is an abridgment. 
— The toorkt of Giosui/io and Gusimms 
SelewuM on cheUf iranUaied hif J. H. Sat" 
rati, Lond, z8i6. 8^ 1 vols. (il. is.) 

20819 — cryptomenytioes et crypto- 
graphiae hbri IX. Lunaeburgi, 
Stemii, 1624. fol. with plates. 

20820 SELIGMANN, J. Mch. Die 
Nahrungsgefasse in den Blattem 
der Baume nach ihrer unterschiedli. 
chen Austheilung u. Zusammenfu- 

ging. Nrb., Fleischmann, 1748. 
rge fol. 

A work interrupted by the audior*s 
death, copies of which were legally attadi« 
ed on account of a lawsuit between the 
heirs, and have in consequence become 
scarce. It contains 8 pages of text, i ta- 
bles of plates uncoloured, and 29 in red. 
But the G5ttingen copy contains 3? tables 
printed in red, and besides these Tab. /.* 
and Tab. IL* both which contain larger 
r e pr esen tations uncoloured. The red ta- 
ble II. is also double^ but the representa- 
tions in both tables are not one and die 
same; and it appears as if the publisher 
had decided one table to be faulty, and had 
given the other in its stead. All the re- 
presentations are very pale and indistinct. 
Consult BeckmarutU BeUrr. IV. 335 sq. 

20821 — Sammlung verschiedner 
auslandischer u. seltner Vogel. 
Nrb. 1 749-76. fol. 9 vols, with il- 
luminated plates. 

Vols. I. and II. contain 103 illuminated 
plates ; III. and IV., 1 19 ; V. and VI., 
105; VII. and VIII., 100; and vol. IX., 
46. There are copies on Dutch paper. 
The woric however b only an unfoithful 
copy of the splendid work by Edwards and 
Catesby. With a French test, Recueil de 
Svert oUeatuf iirangeri (trad, par G. Ln, 
Huih). Nrb. 1768-74. fol. 7 parts with 
the same plates. Also copies on Dutch 
paper. 

— hortus nitidissimus, see Trbw. 

20822 SELL COTMAN, J. Spe- 



SEL 

cimens of the architectural antiqui- 
ties of Normandy, in a series of 
loo etchings. I^nd., Arch, i8ao. 
large fol. (12 guineas, large paper 
20 guineas.) 

S£LLIUS^ see Hibtoirb^ No. 9797. 

20823 SELVA, Lr. Delia metamor- 
fosij cio^ trasformazione del vir- 
tuoso libri IV. Fir.,Giunti, 1583. 
8^ Also Ven., Parri, 1 6 1 6. 8''. 

Sought after <m aoooimt of the 13 noveb 
it contaiiis. 

20824 SELVAOIUS, Jul. Lr. Ele- 
menta juris dv. Patav. 1777. 12^. 

2 voU. 

20825 — institutt. canonicse. Ver- 
cellis, 1778. 12°. 3 voll. 

20826 — antiquitatum Christianar. 
institutt. Patarii, 1776. 4^ 5 voll. 

Also;, VereeHUy 1778 12^ 6 roll. 

20827 SEMANARIO erudito que 
oomprehende varias obras ineditas 
de nuestros mejores autores anti* 
guos y modemos. Da las a luz 
Ant. Valladores 7 Sotomayor. 
Madr. 1788-91. 4°. 34 voU. 

This collection oontains scarce and vain* 
able infonnation relative to the Spanish 
monarchy. 

20828 SEMANARIO de agricultura 
y artes. Madr. 1 797-1810. 4^ 17 
vols, with plates. 

Each ToL cost 22 rees. J. Ant. Mdon 
was the editor. 31 vob. are dsewhere 
stated, which are said to have appeared 
from 1797 to 1807 (^0 

20829 SEMANARIO economico, 
escrito por Pedro Araus. Madr. 
1 765-67. 4°. 3 voll. 

A continuation appeared by J. Biceu 
from Oct. 16, 1777, to Jnne a8, 1778. 

20830 SEMLER, J. Sal. Historiie 
ecclesiastics selecta capita, cum 
epitome canonum, exoerptis doe- 
mat, et tabulis chronoi. Hal., 
Trampe, 1767-69. 8^ 3 voll. (3 d. 

8gr.) 

20831 — Versuch eines fruchtbaren 
Auszuges der Kirchengeschichte. 
Halle, Hemmerde, 1773-78. 8°. 

3 voll. (4 d. 20 gr.) 

20832 — Versuch christl. Jahrbucher 
oder ausfiihrl. Tabellen tiber die 



SEN 



1701 



Kirchengeschichte bis aufs J. 1500. 
Halle, Hemmerde, 1783-86. 8^ 
2 volL (2 d.) 

20833 SEMPERE 7 Onarinos, J. 
Historia del luxo y de las leyes 
suntuarias de Espana. Madr.^ impr. 
real, 1788. 8^ 2 volL 

20834 — ensayo de una biUioteca 
espaSola de los mejores escritores 
del reynado de Carlos III. Madr., 
1785-89. 8". 6voD. 

20835 — bibliotheca espa&ola econo- 
mico-politica. Madr., Sanchez, 
1801. 8^ 4 voll. (56 rs.) 

20836 SENARCL^US, CI. Histo- 

ria vera de morte S. viri J. Diacii 

Hispani. Cum prief. Mt. Buceri. 

Without place, 1 546. 8^ 

A copy on vellum in the Royal library 
at Munich. 

20837 SENDABAD. Les voyages 
de Sind-Bad, le marin, et la ruse 
des femmes, contes arabes. Tra- 
duction litt^rale accompagnee du 
texte (arabe) et de notes, par L. 
Langl^. Par., impr. arabe, 1814. 

18°. Also on vellum paper. 

An dd romance, originally Indian, which 
bears a great similarity to the Oredc Syn- 
tipas ; consult NoHce$ et extraUt, T. IX. 
P. I. p. 404 sq. 414 sq. Concerning this 
edition, consult MUUn Atmal. enoffcL 1814. 
T. VI. p. 454. The book der eieben weieen 
Meister von Bom is on the whole a German 
translation of the Sendabad, see NoHoea ei 
extr. L c p. 416 not. — TratMi dwerei (6) 
di Sendebor IndUmo phihtopho morale are 
also to be found in AnL Fr. DotU Moral 
Jttoeq/ia. Ven., MareoRm, 155a. 4^ and 
an ejrtrmet dee iraieteM de Sendebor in Ange 
FirenMUola Detut livres de phikeophiefabum 
letue. Lfony 1579. I6^ or Rottenf 1690. 

SENDEBAR, see SENDABAD. 

20838 SENDELIUS, Nth. Histo- 
ria succinorum corpora aliena in- 
volventium et naturs opere picto- 
rum et cselatorum. Lps., Gleditsch, 
1742. fol. with 13 plates. Also on 
large paper. 

20839 SENEBIER, J. Catalogue 
raisonn^ des manuscrits conserves 
dans la biblioth^ue de la ville de 
Geneve. Geneve, Chirol, 1779. 8"*. 
Also on writing paper. 



1702 



SEN 



20840 — histoire litt^raire de Qe~ 

nhve. G«n^ye^ Barde^ J79o« 8^ 

3 voll. 

Both works are deficient in satisfactory 
depth and accuracy. 

20841 SENECA, Luc. Ann. Phi- 

]o8ophu8. opera. Neap., Mthi. 

Moravus, 1475. fbl. 

The first edition of his entire woiks and 
greatly sought after, in which also the liber 
declamaiionum of the rhetorician is also to 
be found. It consists of 2 parts of 144 and 
108 leaves (according to Brunet, iia ac- 
cording to DilkUn), with 46 lines, without 
signatures, catchwords, and numbering of 
leaves. The first part begins in leaf i" 
with the superscription, Ineipit LueU An^ 
run Seneca Cordubeniit hber de monfma. 
In leaf 144* after the words, Esplieiuni 
prouerbia Seneeoy 3 disticfas follow by 
Gabr. Carchanus, Jam pane abshtlertity 
and the colophon, in which the hundreds 
are omitted in the date (M. IxaiuU). On 
the reverse is a regitter in 4 columns. In 
other copies this last leaf is reprinted in 
such a manner that the colophon stands 
before the verses of Carchanus on the /o/io 
reetOf and on the reverse besides the re- 
giater there is a list of the works con- 
tained in this edition. The 2nd part 
contains only his letters, and begins with 
the correspondence of St. Paul and Seneca, 
and a list of the remaining letters which 
begin in leaf 5*. Theie 4 leaves of preli- 
minary matter do not appear to be in all 
the copies, hence the difference of 108 
leaves according to Brunet, and 111 ac- 
cording to Dibdin. On the reverse of the 
last lei2r but one is the last line, ExpOcU 
liber epiatolarum Seneca. On the folio 
recto of the last leaf is the register of this 
and part. 

20842 — Philosophus. Opera. Tar- 
visii, per Bn. de Colonia, 1478. fol. 
Gothic letter. 

115 leaves (the first blank), with 53 
lines, and the signatures a-JA, This edi- 
tion is merely a reprint of the preceding. 
It begins in leaf 2a, Jndjnt Lueii Annei 
Seneca oordubensit Rber de moribtu, 

20843 — Seneca moralis (opera). 
Ven., Bernardinus de Cremona et 
Sim. de Luere, 5 Oct. 1490. fol. 

3 leaves of preliminary matter, 147 and 
65 numbered leaves. This edition also 
seems to be only a reprint of the preced- 
ing, and has the same contents. 

20844 — Senece omnia opera. Ven., 
Bernardinus de Coris, 1492. fol. 

1 leaves of preliminary matter, and 208 



SEN 

numbered leaves^ with 6s Knes. The dale 
is on the reverse of the tttb^ and eonte- 
quently where this b wanting, the edition 
appears to be undated. The preceding edi- 
tions form its basis, but the Qua^ionea no- 
turalea appeared in this edition for the first 
time (according to Denis). 

20845 — lucubradones omnes additis 

etiam nonnullis, Erasmi Rot. cura 

repurgattt. Basil., Froben, 15 15. 

fol. 

^35 WS^ luod II leaves of index. A 
new recension from 2 MSS. not particu- 
larly good, and from conjecture. Tiie sup- 
posititious writings are separated from the 
genuine, and the Apooohcynthomy whidi 
had previously only appeared by itsdf, is 
inserted. 

20846 — opera per Erasmum Rot. 
ex fide veterum codicum emendata. 
Adjecta sunt ejusdem scholia non- 
nolla. Basil., Froben, 1529. fol. 

8 leaves of preliminary matter, 690 pages, 
and 9 leaves of index. A new revision of 
the text. 

20847 — opera per Erasmum Rot. 
ex fide vett. codicum emendata. 
Adjecta sunt scholia Erasmi et 
Beati Rhenani. Bas., J. Herva- 
gius, 1537. fol. 

20848 — opera per Erasmum Rot. 
ex fide vett. codicum emendata. 
Adjecta sunt scholia Erasmi, Beati 
Rhenani, Rdf. Agricolae, Fernandi 
Pinciani. Index rernm et verbo- 
rum. Bas., without the printer's 
name («7. Hervag.) and date. fol. 

20849 — opera, qu» exstant, omnia. 
Ckfilii Sec. Curionis cura castigata 
et in novum prorsus faciem mutata. 
Index rerum et verbor. Bas., Her- 

vagv 1557- ^ol- 

Various readings and conjectures are 
added in the margin. 

20850 — L. Annsus Seneca a M. 

Ant. Mureto correctus et notis il- 

lustratus. Romse, ap. Bm. Gras- 

sium, 1585. fol. 

This edition is verv scarce even in Italy, 
and Ruhnkenius could not obtain it for faiis 
new edition of Muretus*s works. Mure- 
tus made use of MS8., but was sometimes 
too bold in his alterations. Repeated, Par.j 
Canellat (other copies ZHfptiys), 1587. foL 
'also on large paper). Par, 1598. fol. 
[also on huge paper). 



I; 



SEN 

20851 — opera qua extant omnia, 
ed. Dion. Gothofredo. Baa., Epi- 
scopius^ 1590- S°* 2 ^oU- 

20852 — L. Annieus Seneca a M. 
Ant. Mureto correctus et notis 
illustratus. Accesserunt seorsim 
animadversiones, Jani Gruteri ope- 
ra. (HeideUf.), ex typogr. Hi. 
Commelini, 1594. fol. 

With the UK of HddelbeiK MSS. 

20853 — Philosophus. Senece phi- 
losophi opera quae extant omnia^ a 
Justo Lipsio emendata et scholiis 
iUiifltrata. Antw., ex off. Plantin., 
1605. fol. 

A new reoenrion after MSS. and old edi- 
tions. Yet IB this edition, as well as Aniw. 
161 5 and 32. fol. less prized, and that of 
1653 (see below) preferred. 

20854 — Senecse philosophi et rhe- 

toris quae extant opera^ cum com- 

meutariis et notis variorum. Lut. 

Par., Feburier, 1627. ^'^^■ 

Priied on account of the omnpletenen of 
the ooDunentary. Previously, ib, 1607, 13, 
and 19. fol. 

20855 — opera omnia quae extant^ ad 
vett. exemplariorum fidem a J. 
Dalechampio castigata, a Thdr. de 
Jnges recognita. Cum omnium se- 
lectioribus commentariis hactenus 
editia. Excudeb. Alex. Pernetus, 
1628. fol. 

20856 — opera omnia* ex Justi Lip. 
sii emenaatione. Amst., Gu. Cae- 
sius (Blaeu), 1628. 12°. 

The edition of 1634 is not so neat. 

20857 — opera omnia, ex Justi Lip- 
aii editione. Par., Vitray, 1637. 
1 2°. 3 voll. 

A neat edition. 

20858 — Senecae philosophi et rhe- 
toria quae extant, ex rec. And. 
Schotti. LB., ex off. Elzevir., 
1640. 12®. 3 voll. 

A fine edition, good copies of which are 
greatly sought after and are not common. 
The printed titles of the and and 3rd vols, 
are of 1639. ^^ ^^^ ^ notes by Orono- 
vius belongs to this edition, but such a vol. 
of the date of 1649 ^^ ^^5^ >* frequently 
added to it, as it is the finest of the 3 Elze- 
vir editions of Seneca. 

20659 — Senecae philosophi opera 



SEN 



1708 



omnia ex ultima Justi Lipsii et 

J. F. Gronovii emendatione. Et 

Senecae rhetoris quae extant, ex 

And. Schotti recensione. LB.,apud 

Elzevirios^ 1649. ^^^* 

The 4th vol., of which there are copies 
on fine paper, has the title, J. F. GranotfH 
ad SenMoa noim. This edition is some- 
what less fine than the preceding in the 
printing, but the text is better, ai^ it oon- 
tains a new recension by Ghxmovius. 

20860 — Annaei Senecae opera, quae 
exstant, omnia: a Justo Lipsio 
emendata et scholiis illustrata. Edi- 
tio quarta atque ah ultima Lipsii 
manu, aucta Liberti Fromondi scho- 
liis ad quaestiones naturales et lu- 
dum de morte Claudii Caesaris, qui- 
bus in hac edit, accedunt ejusdem 
Liberti Fromondi ad quaestiones 
naturales excursus novi. Antw.^ 
ex offic. Plantin., 1652. foL 

The best and the most sought after of 
the editions superintended by Lipeius, of 
which there are copies on large paper. 

20861 — Senecae philosophi opera 
omnia, Senecae rhetoris quae extant. 
Amst., apud Elzevirios, 1659. 12^ 
3 Yoll. J. F. Gronovii ad Senecas 
notae. ib., ap. eosd., 1658. 12°. 

This edition is of inferior value to the 
two earlier Elzerir impressions. 

20862 — L. Annaei Senecae opera, 
quae exstant, integris Justi Lipsii, 
J. F. Gronovii et selectis varior. 
commentariis illustrata. Acced. 
Liberti Fromondi notae et emen- 
datt. T. I. II. Amst., Dn. Else- 
virius^ 1672. M. Annaei Senecae 
rhetoris opera, quae exstant, inte- 
gris N. Fabri, And. Schotti^ J. F. 
Gronovii et selectis varior. com- 
mentariis illustrata et indice aucta. 
Acced. J. Schultingii notae et emen- 
datt. Tomus III. ib., id., 1672. 
8°. 3 voll. 

The ist voL has i tiUe-plate, i printed 
title, 29 leaves of preliminary matter, and 
869 pages. The and, a leaves of prdimi- 
nary matter, 998 pages, and 43 leaves of 
index. The 3ni, is leaves of preliminary 
matter, 750 and 316 pages, and 14 leaves 
of index. This neat edition contains the 
last and most complete edition of Se- 
neca by Oronovius, and is at the same 
time one of the raresty and the most 



1704 



SEN 



•ought after of the editions cum noH$ o»- 
riorum. There are copies with the year 

20863 — Philosophus. Senecffi phi- 

losophi opera omnia. Accessit a 

viris doctis ad Senecam annotato- 

Tum delectus. Lip8.> Th. Fritach, 

1702. 8°. a voU. 

The text is that of the preceding edi- 
tion. InoorrecUy repeated, Lps., Weid- 
fNonn, 1770. 8^ 

20864 — Senecae philosophi opera ad 
optimas editt. coUata, priemissa no- 
titia literaria. Biponti, 1782. 8°. 
4 vol!.— •Senecse rhetoris opera ad 
opt. editt. coUata. ib. 1783. 8^ 

20865 — Senecte philosophi opera 
omnia quae supersunt. Recognovit 
et illustravit F. E. Ruhkopf. Lips., 
Weidmann^ 1797-181 1. 8°. 5 volL 
(7 d. i6gr., on writing paper 10 d., 
on Dutch paper 15 d. 8 gr.) 

Unfinished. The editor ought to have 
made better ase of Wolfenbflttel, which 
was near at hand. 

20866 — Senecie philosophi opera ad 

optimas editt. collata. Argentor., 

1809. 8**. 5 voll. 

The letters have been treated by Schweig- 
hftuser with especial care, and furnish^ 
with critical notes. They occupy a vols, 
of this new edition. But the remaining 
works in the 3 other vols, have also been 
critically corrected and provided with short 
annotations. — ^A critical edition of the en- 
tire works, which Ign. Aurel. Fesder 
intended in 1797 to have published at W. 
Korn*s establidiment, and for which he 
had made use of several Italian MSS., and 
also of those hi the Wolfenbttttel library, 
has not appeared. 

20867 — 8enec« opuscula quaedam. 
Without place or date. (C6l», U. 
Zell, about 1470). 4°. Gothic letter. 

99 leaves with 27 lines, without signa- 
tures, catchwords, and pagination. Leaf 
i-^, De refnedUt foriuiUn'. ; leaf 9a, De 
quatwjT viriutUnta; leaf 14^, De morUnu ; 
leaf 1 8b, ^Eiohinisy DemadU, et Demoe^ 
Aenia onUUmeSf epUiola Bemardi Sjftvee' 
irie super gubernatione reifaml. etc. The 
book ends with 1 1 Latin verses by Archi- 
trenius in praise of the dty of Paris. 

20868 — Senecie opuscula quaedam. 
Without place or date (about 
147 a). 4^ Grothic letter. 

Difierent from the preceding edition, of 



SEN 

which nevertheless this artide, the con- 
tents of which are completely the same, 
appears to be only a reprint. 30 leaves, 
with 18 lines in a full page, and die signa- 
tures o.^ Leaf la line i is, (h)l/fic fi- 
brum eompoiuU Seneca nobi~-^ The pre- 
liminary notice fills the first 7 lines : the 
8th line is, IneipU liber Semee (sic) de re- 
medijs fortuUo^ This piece ends in the 
15th line of leaf 9a ; and the piece, De 
guahwr viriuHbu$y follows in the same 
page, and ends in leaf 14^. Leaf 15* be- 
gins the book, De moribus ; leaf 19% Epu 
taphium Senec^-with thebefore^nentioned 
4 orations ; leaf 33% the Epietola Bn, SgU 
vestrit; and leaf 25* the other small pieces. 
In leaf 30b (which last page has 18 lines 
in all) are the verses of Architrenius. 
(Wolfenbttttel.) 

20869 -— eadem opuscula. With- 
out place or date. 4°. Grothic 

letter. 

38 leaves with 24 lines. The contents 
are the same as in the two preceding edi- 
tions. 

20870 — Senecae opuscula quaedam. 
{Roma)^ Bm. Ouldinbeck. With- 
out date (about 1475)* 4^ Gothic 
letter. 

14 leaves with 35 lines, without signa- 
tures, catchwords, and numbering of leaves. 
It contains, De morUnUy Proverbia, De re- 
mediit fartuUor. 

20871 — selecta Senecae philosophi 
opera, lat. et gallice, interprete 
P. P. X. D(enis). Par., Barbou, 
1 761 or 90. 12°. 

20872 — libri II. de dementia, 

J. Calvini commentariis illustrati. 

Par., L. Gyaneus, 1533. 4^. 

The first edition of this commentary, and 
scarce. It is reprinted in Calvim Opp. 
T. VIIL (ed. AmeU). Can Renouard^s 
observation, Le premier ouorage UUhmre 
de rmdhnent CdMn fui un commentaire 
du HmU de SAieque tur la dhnenoe, be 
chronolagicaUy true ? 

20873 — liber quare bonis viris multa 
mala accidant, cum sit providentia. 
Commentario et adnotationibus il- 
lustratus. Praemittuntnr tria La- 
tini Latinii epigrammata. Romae, 
i8o2. 8^ 

20874 — Philosophus. Naturalium 
quKstionum libri XII. Mth. For- 
tunati in eosdem libros annota- 
tiones. Index renun notatu dig.- 



SEN 

narum. Ven., Aldus et And. Asu- 

lanus, m. Febr. 1522. 4^ 

6 leavw of prrihninaiy matter, 130 num- 
bered, and 6 lumumberad leaves. One of 
the rarer Aldines. A new recension from 

MSS. 

20875 — epistolse ad Lucillium. 
Without place or date. fol. 

A very old edition of the letters, and 
probably the first ; firom the printing esta- 
blishment with the singular R. 210 leaves 
with 35 lines, without signatures, catch- 
words, and pagination. Leaf la line i is, 
Lueii Annei Seneos Cordubentit ad LucU- 
Hum epi — . Leaf 2 10a ends after the loth 
line with an EpUapkium Seneoe in 6 
verses {eura labor meritum etc.). The 
correspondenoe between St.Pauland Seneca 
is already to be found in this edition. (This 
is also printed Irom a Nurembeig MS. in 
Smeeri neuen Natif^rr. von knSor alien 
Blldtem. Ff* u. Ljm. 1748. p. 269-272.) 
There was a copy on vellum in Rothelin's 
library, p. 287. 

20876 — epistolie ad Lucilium. Par., 
without the printer's name (Cesarii 
ei Stol), 1475. 4°. 

2 1 1 leaves with 25 lines, without signa- 
tures, catchwords, and numbering of the 
leaves. The first 4 leaves contain a table 
of contents, and the text b^ns in leaf 5* 
(the ist hue is, LVTII ANNEI SE- 
NECE CORDV), and ends m leaf 206b 
with the colophon and date. Five leaves 
IbUow with Seneca*s life, his correspond- 
enoe with St. Paul, and his epitaphium. 

Hie pretended edition, Par. 1470. 4^ 
(Panzer, II. 272), is nothing else but a 
copy of the edition above described, in 
whidi the V in the date has been fraudu- 
lently erased, see Dibdin*s Bibl. Speno, II. 

343- 

20877 — epistolarum ad Lucilium li- 

bri XXV. Romae, Arn. Pannartz, 

I Febr. 1475. large 4^ 

167 leaves with 36 lines, without signa- 
tures, catchwords, and numbering of the 
leaves. The size in its exterior certainly 
resembles a small folio, but according to 
the water marks it is really only a 4**. The 
first 8 leaves contain the correspondence 
with St. Paul with a prologue of St. Je- 
roDMS, Seneem epitaphiumi and a table of 
contents of each letter, which are here di- 
vided into 25 books. The text begins in 
leaf 9a, and the ist line is, LuHi ^nei 
(sic) Seneem ad LfMum: (sic) Epieiola^ 
mer. It ends in the 14th line of leaf I66^ 
mad u foQowed by the word FINIS and a 
colophon in 10 lines. The 167th and last 
leaf, which is sometimes wanting, contains 



SEN 



1706 



on the fiUo redo a register in 4 cohmms, 
and is Uank on the reverse. (Wolfen- 
blkttel.) 

20878 — epistolarum Opus de vinedi 

ratide pr8ecla4 \ auro i iaspide 

pciosius. Ite Uita Seneoe ab Her. 

mano Buscio recenter digesta. 

Without place or date. 4". Gothic 

letter. 

I leaf with the title, 62 numbered and 6 
unnumbered leaves, with the signatures 
A-Jif. (WoliinibatteL) 

20879 — Lucii Annsi Senecse in 
morte Claudii Csesaris Indus nuper 
repertus. Without place or date 

(1513)- 4^- 
Probably the ist edition. 12 leaves, witn 

the signatures o-o, without catchwords and 

numbering of the leaves* The above title 

is set down in 7 lines. In leaf 2 a follows 

a letter, dated Rome, 4 non. Aug. 1513, 

from C. Sylvanus Oermanicos to Albotus 

Plus Carpensis, with a small poem by Ma- 

riangelus Aoouimius to Sylvanus. The text 

b^ns in leaf 5b, and ends in the 2nd 

line of 12^, after which follows a notice to 

the reader in 7 lines. The edition was 

printed in Italy. (WoUenbHtteL) 

20880 — ludus in mortem CI. Caesa- 
ris, a Fr. Eug. Ouasco illustratus. 
Vercellis, 1787. 4^ 

20881 — de remediis fortuitorum. 
Without place or date. {Lovan., 
J. de Westphalia). 4^ Oothic let- 
ter. 

52 leaves (the last blank), with the sig- 
natures a-A At the end are Architra. 
nius*s II verses in praise of Paris.. An 
edition of 1473 in the Dialogi deoem, see 
above. No. 6039. 

20882 — philosophus. De quatnor 
virtutibtts. Without place or date. 
4''. Oothic letter. 

In the Hunterian museum at Olasgow 
there is a copy with the fraudulent MS. 
colophon, A. D. Moeeohm Per Johama 
fust cwt Maguimen et petnl Gemtxhegm, 
Underneath is an imitation of these print- 
ers* coats of arms. The copy probably 
came, thus falsified, from HolUmd into 
England, and was printed with the types 
of Cesaris and StoL DibdnCe Decam. IIL 
320. 

20883 — de quatuor virtutibus car- 

dinalibus. De remediis fortuitorum. 

Without place or date. 4®. 

A very old typographical production in 
Roman characters, without signatures, 



1706 



SEN 



catchwoHi, and pugiTiatimi, with 93 linat. 
-^The real author of this piece was Mar- 
tiniu Braocarensis s. Dumiensia, under 
whose name it was not only printed. Bat. 
1545. 8**. and often, but is uso extant in a 
WoUenbiittel codes at the oommenoement 
of the 13th century (35, 13. MS. 4.). 

20884 — Seneca de forma et ho- 

nestate vitie et remediis fortuitorum. 

Without place or date (Strasb., 

about 1472). fol. 

10 leaves. The types resemble those of 
Henricus Ariminensis. The last page has 
1 7 lines. 

20885 — obraa (cinco libros traduc. 
en romance por mandado del rey 
D. Juan II.) Sevilla, Meynardo 
Ungut et Stanisl. Polono, 28 Majo 
1 49 1, fol. Oothic letter. 

20886 — 108 cinco libros de Seneca 
en romance (traduc. por Pedro Diaz 
de Toledo). Alcala de Henares, 
Mig. de Eguia, 28 Enero 1530. fol. 
OoUiic letter. 

20887 — (cinco) libros, en que tracta 
I. de la vida bienaventurada, 2. de 
las siete artes liberales, 3. de los 
preceptos j doctrinas, 4. de la pro- 
videncia de Dios, 5. de la mesma 
providencia de Dios, traducidos en 
castellano. Anveers, J. Steelsio, 

20888 — siete libros de Seneca, tra- 
duc. por Ft. Fernandez Navarrete. 
Madr., impr. real, 1627. 4°. 

Previously, Madr. 1601. 4°. 

20889 — los siete libros de Seneca. 
Madr. 1789. 8^ 

20890 — las epistolas traduc. por 
Perez de Guzman. ^arago9a, J. 
Th. Favario de Lumelo, 1496. fol. 
Oothic letter. 

20891 — epistolas de Seneca en ro. 
mance : nuevamente impresses j 
corregidas y emendadas. Alcala de 
Henares, Mig. de Eguia, 15 Enero 
1529. fol. Oothic letter. 

20892 — las epistolas, con la intro- 
dudon de la filosofia moral, y dos 
tratados de Seneca, traduc. en ro- 
mance por mandado de el rey D. 
Juan II. con glosas. Medina del 
Campo, 1555. fol. 



SEN 

20893 — Seneca de beneficiis, tradu- 
cido in castellano por Pt. Fernandez 
Navarrete. Madr. 1629. 4^ 

20894 — declaracion de los prover- 
bios de Seneca. Zamora, 1482. fol. 
Oothic letter. 

20895 — proverbios de Seneca (con 
la glosa). Sevilla, Meinardo Ungut 
y Stanislao Polono, 22 Oct. 1495. 
fol. Oothic letter, 72 leaves. 

20896 — los proverbios con la glosa. 
Toledo, Pt. Hagenbach, 10 Febr. 
1 500. 4®. Oothic letter. 

20897 -— proverbios de Seneca. Se- 
villa, J. Cromberger, 5 Nov. 1535. 
fol. Oothic letter. 

20898 — proverbios y sentencias de 
Seneca y de Inigo Lopez de Men- 
doza, Marquez de SantiUana: glo- 
sados por Pt. Diaz de Toledo. An. 
veres, 1552. 8". 

Also, ib. 1550. 8^ 

20899 — flores de Seneca, traducidas 
de latin en romance por J. Mt. 
Cordero. Anvers, Cp. Piantin« 

1555. B^ 

20900 — de benefizii, tradotto in vol- 
gar Fiorentino da Bd. Varchi. Fir., 
Lr. Torrentino, 1554. 4®. 

The first edition, and fine, of a translation 
esteemed and cited by the academy della 
Cnisca. Ven.y GiolUoy 1564 or 65. i2\ 
Fir.y GiunHy 1574. S°. are furnished with 
an index. Ven., Piaeendniy 1738. 8^ is 
enlai^ged with a new and more ccnnplete 
index, a life of Seneca, and argumenta. 

20901 — philosophus. Dell' ira libri 
tre. Tradotti in lingua Thoscana 
et con molte annotazioni dichiarati 
da Pr. Serdonati. Padova, Pas- 
quati, 1569. 4°. 

20902 — pistole del moralissimo Se- 
neca nuovamente fatte volgare (da 
Sb. Manilio). Ven., St. e Bernar- 
dino Dinali, 14 Apr. 1494. fol. 

20903 — volgarizzamento delle pi- 
stole di Seneca e del trattato della 

erovidenza di Dio. Fir., Tartini e 
Vanchi, 1 7 1 7. 4°. 

This translation, dted from MS. by the 
academy della Cnisca, was made from the 
Prorengal dialect about 13 13. There are 
MSS. of it, in which the language is mo- 
demiied, and from such a MS. was this 



SEN 

edition made^ being taperintended by Oi. 
Bottari. Conoeming another MS^ consult 
MoreUi Codioi Vo^fori Naniani p. ii8. 
Rqteated, Palermo^ 1819. 8^ Fm., Pi- 
eoiH, 182a 8*. 

20904 — lettere, recate in italiano 
da Annib. Caro. Ven.^ Palese^ 
1802. 4°. 

The first edition of this translation, sa- 
perintended by Ang. Dalmistro. Tliere 
are copies on blue paper. 

20905 — les euures de Senecque. 
Translatees de latin en francoys 
par maistre Laurens de premier fait. 
Par., Ant. V^rard, without date 
(about 1500). fol. Gothic letter. 

121 leaves with 40 lines. A copy on 
veUum, in which the last leaf is wanting, 
in the Royal library at Paris (previously, 
555 fr. McCarthy.) 

20906 — les oeuvres de Sen^ue, 

trad, en fran9. par le Grange (publ. 

par Naigeon). Par. 1778. 12°. 6 

voU. — Essai sur la vie de Sen^ue 

et sur le r^gne de Claude et de 

N^ron, par Diderot. Par.^ Debure, 

1779. 12°. 

A good edition of this valued translation. 
Thoie copies are greatly sought after in 
which, T. VI. p»^i, the passage concern- 
ing the exciting of the passions by means 
of a mirror is to be found in French, 
which the publishers did not dare to intro- 
duce into the ordinary copies, and there 
it is only inserted in Latin. — ^AIso, Par., 
SmUs, an 3 (1795). 8°. 6 vols., and 
TourSf an 3 (1795). 8^ 8 parts in 7 vols, 
(also on vellum paper.) 

20907 — la meme traduction, avec le 
texte en regard. Par., Delalain^ 
1 819. I2^ 13 voll. (55 fr.) Dide- 
rot vie de Sen^ue, avec de notes 
incites de Naigeon. ib., id., 1820. 
1 2«. (5 fr. 50 c.) 

This edition, of which there are copies in 
6 vols. Ia^ without the Latin text (30 fr.), 
is enlarged with Naigeon's inedited notes. 
The 13th vol. is a volume of index. 

20908 — Seneque des mots dor^: 
de quatre vertus cardinales, com- 
pose par CI. de Seissel. Par.^ Li- 
ber, without date. 4°. Gothic letter. 

See also OaosE. 

20909 — sittlicheZuchtbiicher. Durch 
Mch. Herr neulich verteutscht. 
Strb.^ Bths. Beck^ 1536. fol. 



SEN 



1707 



20910 — yon der Ruhe des Geistes^ 
der Unerschiitterlichkeit des Wei. 
sen u. der Vorsehung, iibs. ron C. 
Ph. Conz. Stuttg. 1790. 8°. (12 

§r.)~Ueber das gliickl. Leben, von 
er Kiirze des Lebens u. von der 
Musse des Weisen, verdeutscht v. 
C. Ph. Conz. Stuttg. 1791. 8^ 
(10 gr.) — An Helvia u. Marcia, 
ubs. Yon C. Ph. Conz. Tiib. 1792. 
8**. (14 gr.)— Trostschrift an Poly- 
bius, nebst Briefen an Lucilius, aus 
dem Lat. von Detl. J. W. Olshau- 
sen. Altona, 1806. 8°. (t6 gr.) — 
Von den Wohlthaten, iibs. von J. 
A. Schmidt. Lpz. 1797. 8°. (19 

S.) — Sammtliche Briefe, iibs. (von 
etl. J. W. Olshausen) . Kiel. 1 8 1 1 . 
8°. a voU. (3 d.)— Physikal. Un- 
tersuchungen, iibs. von F. £. Ruh- 
kopf. Lpz. 1794. 8^ (i d.) — 
Furstenspiegel (de dementia), 
deutsch u. lat. von J. W. B. Russ- 
wurm. Stendal, 1809. 8^ (12 gr.) 

20911 -" epistles, with large annota- 
tions, by Th. Morell. Lond., Ro- 
binson, 1786. 4^ 2 voll. (ll. 108.) 

20912 — Philosophus. Skrifter paa 
Dansk af Birgitta Thott. Soroe^ 
Hantsch, 1658. fol. 

There are copies on writing paper. 

20913 — en lycklig Lefnad, beskref- 
ven af Seneca, ofversat med An- 
merkningar. Westeris, 1791. 8°. 

20914 — Tragoediee. {Ferraria)^ 
And. Gallicus, without date (about 
1484). fol. 

The first edition and very scarce. 1 74 
leaves with 34 lines, and the signatures 
o-ti, without catchwords and numbering 
of ^e leaves. Leaf la line i is, Lucii 
AN^i SEKECS coiiovBENSis. In leaf 
1 74b at the end of the text is rcXos, and 4 
Latin verses, Lonfa iterum Seneea etc 

20915 — tragcediae. Par., per J. Hig- 

man, Wilhelmum prsepositi {sic) et 

Wfg. Hopyl, without date. 4°. 

With 16 lines in a full page, and the 
signatures a-E. First is a letter of C. 
Femandus to Pt. Cothardus. This edition 
has something of its own from a codex of 
Balbus, and was made use of for the first 
time by Bothe^ who however erroneously 
considered it as the oldest edition of 
Seneca. 



1708 SEN SEN 

20916 — tragOBdis cam commentario 20924 — tragoBdiK pristme int^ri- 
Bemardini MannitK. Lagd., Ant. tati restitnts per exactissimi judidi 
Cambillon et Mariniia Saraziii, 28 viros post Avantium et PhUologum, 
Nov. 1 49 1. 4^ D. Erasmum Rot., Gerardum Ver- 

The fint dated editUm. oellaniun, JE^. Maseriam. Expla^ 

20917 — tragoediae cum duobus com- ^^ *"^^ commentariis Gellio 
mentis (Dn. Gajetani et GelHi Ber- ?^°^^'?® Mwrmita, Dn. Gajetano, 
nardini Marmita). Ven., per Laa. ^^: ^^' ^^'i ."» «^' Ascens., 
laoarda, 12 Dec. 1492. fol. ^^ ^' 'SH; foL 

120 unnumbered lea^i with the signiu 6 leaves of prdimimuy mi^, 267 num. 

^,^„. ^ . ^^ bered leaveB, and i unnumbered leaf, 

tum a^-M» ' 

20918 — tragcedin cum duobus com- 20925 — tragoediae (cura Hi. Avan- 
mentis (eorundem). Ven., Mth. *»«)• Ven., Aldus et And. socer, 

Capcasa, 18 JuL 1493. fol. '5 '7- 8^ 

, ^ r • _^ ^ /^L ^ 3IO leaves m aiL 4 of which at the be- 

4 leaves of prehminary matter (the ist «-„„;„^ .«j - «4.7iw. -r.^ ««- »,i.«..».Iw>p^ 

blaok), and 136 numbered kaves. A re- ?'"'^' ^^ ? ** ^ wS '*'^"'™^*««^- 

^1 'i/^u * _.*Z!j. *'^^^ "^ *" ^ A new recension from MSS. A copy on 

pnnt of the preoedmg. Bepeated, ren., ^j ^ Valliire 

y. TVkfinttf <20 CirrrtiB, 7 ^/w. 1498. fiiL ^^"™ ^5« «•. vainer^ 

Also, Fm., without the printer*s name, 20926 — tragoediae X. Bas., H. Pe- 

7 S^. 1505. foL trus, 1529. 8**. 

20919 — praeclarum ac prope divi- 8 leaves of preliminarv matter, and 244 
nam tragoedianim Senecae opus. n«Mnbered leaves. Venous leadings are 

T TLT* TT».v.:»^i^.i..:« «.^4>i;^»4. annexed in the maiian. There is a copy 

Lps., Mt. Heibipolensis. without ^ p,^,^ ^ ;;j^ ^ j-^^ridus add2 

date (about 1 500) . 4*^. Gothic rarious readings m 1538 from a M& Re- 
letter, peated, B<w., H. Petriy 1550. 8*. 

20920 — tragoediae (cura Bd. Philo- 20927 —tragoediae. Liid., Seb. Gry- 
logi). Flor., Ph. de Giunta, 1506. phius, 1536. 8°. 

8°. 222 leaves. Also, 16., «., 1547 or 1581. la*. 

20921 — tragediae Senece cum duo- 20928 — tragoediae. Edittt emenda- 

bus commentariis (Gajetani et Mar- tiores studio G. Fabricii. Lps., Vo- 

mitae). Ven., Ph. Pincius, 29 Oct gelin, 1566. 8*'. 

15 10. fol. 12 leares of preliminary matter, 497 

149 numbered leaves. A reprint of the pages, and 9 unnumbered leaves. Fabri- 

above Venetian editions. Repeated, Ven, dus made use of a new MS. See No. 

de Fioaif, 1522. fbL with woodcuts. 20927 above. 

20922 — decem tragediae figuris an- 20929 — tragoediae X. cum commen- 
ted no impressis annotamentisq; ad- tariis. Ex bibliotheca Mt. Ant. 
modum necessariis insignite. Par., Delrio. Antw.,Cp.Plantinu8, 1576. 
J. Parvus, impr. J. Mercator, no- 4°* 

nis Febr. 1 5 11 . fol. with 9 wood- ^ ^^^ recension with a learned com- 

1^ mentary. The new edition see imderDEL- 

6 leaves of pieiiminary matter and 187 1. . ^ ' 

leaves. iEgid. Maseriensis was the editor. 20930 — traffoedias. Antw., Cp. 



There are 2 cofUm on vellum; one in the Plantinus, 1 588. 8^ 

Royal Hhrary at Paris (bought at M'Car- 454 pages and i leaf. 

thy's sale for 960 fir.), the other was for- oAoai ^^^^», 4-««,wv.j;» ^.^» T 

mirly in the ^ossessi^ of the prince of 20931 — decem tragoedi«, quae L. 

Condtf. A misinterpretation of the cdo. Ann. Senecae tnbuuntur, opera i^r. 

phon, anno dhL M. qulgenteemo, XL no- Raphelengii, ope Justi Lipsii emen- 

nie vero Februariie, oocasianed^^ edition datiores : cum utriusque ad easdem 

^taBr^U.lJ^i:''*'^ animadverrionibus et notis. Antw.. 

,. r «■! T»i M Cp. Plantinu8,i^89. 8°. 2 parts m 

20923 — tragoediae (cura Bd. Philo- j \^i — » o y r- 

logi). Flor., Ph. de Giunta, 1513. xhe ist voL or the text, is of the same 
8°. 215 leaves. printing as the preceding edition. Lipdus 



SEN 

oorrected the text from a MS. and from 
conjecture. 

20932 — tragoedise. Lectiones variie 
e MSS. libris biblioth. Palatinie 
aliisque descriptac. Justi Lipsii 
animadvy. Heidelb. {Comtnelinus), 

1589. 8^ 

4 leaves of preliminary matter, 384 pages, 
text, 56 pages, Tarious readings, 112 pages, 
Lip8iu8*s notes (with a separate title of 
1588.) 

20933 — tragoedise ad doctor, viror. 
emendationes recognitee. (LB.), ex 
off. Plant] n. Raphelengii^ 160J. id''. 

Also, ib., id., 1607. 16°. 

20934 — tragcedise cum notis Th. 

Farnabii. Lond. 1613. 8^ 

Famaby*s first edition, and often re- 
peated, for instance, Ff.y StBckele, 1625. 
8**. Afrut; Jantton, 1633, and without 
date. I2^ Anut, «/. Blaeu, 1656. la**. 
AmtLj Dn. ElMevir, 1678. 34°. 

20935 — tragoediee cum comm. Lip- 
sii. Ven. 1619. 16°. 

20936 — L. Ann. Seneca tragicus ; 

ex recensione et museo Ft. Scri- 

verii. LB., J. Maire, 1621 (new 

title 1651). 8^ 

Scriverius made use of MSS. and old 
editions. His Collectanea velt. tragioorum, 
16.1620. 8**. form the 2iid vol. to this edition, 
and ought not to be wanting. 

20937 — tragoediuB. Cum exquisitis 
varior. observationibus et nova re- 
censione Ant. Thysii. LB., Moyar- 
du.s, 1 65 1. 8°. 

This edition is of no particular value. 

20938 — tragoediae. J. F. Gronovius 
recensuit. Accesserunt ejusd. et 
varior. not«. Amst., Pluymer, 
1662. 8°. 

20939 — tragoediae cum notis J. F. 
Gronovii auctis ex chirographo ejus 
et variis alionim (cura Jac. Gro- 
novii). Amst., Boom, 1682. 8^. 

The best of these 3 editions, cum notis 
tfariorutn, and tolerably sought after. Gro- 
novius had already oorrected the text in 
the preceding edition from a good Florence 
MS. 

20940 — Senecie et alior. tragoediae 
serio emendatae. Editio prioribus 
longe correctior. Ox., th. Sheld., 
1679. 12^ 

20941 — tragoediae ad edit. Gronovii 
VOL. IV. 



SEN 



1709 



emendatae. Cum notis Th. Far- 
nabii. Ace. Hi. Avantius et G. 
Fabricius de generibns carminum 
apud Senecam tragicum. Amst., 
Janssonio-W^aesbergii, 1713. 12^ 
A neat and correct edition, 

20942 — tragoediae cum notis integris 
J. F. Gronovii et selectis varior., 
itemque observationibus nonnullis 
Hug. Grotii. Omnia recensuit, 
notas, animadvv. atque indicem no. 
vum adjecit, ipsum vero auctoris 
syntagma cum MS. cod. contulit J. 
Csp. Schroderus. Delphis, Beman, 
1728. 4^ Also on large paper. 

In this very unsatisfactory and common 
editi(»n, which is nevertheless sought after 
by collectors, 2 MSS. were made use of 
(one of them only after the collation of an- 
other person), and also the editions of 1492 
and 1514* The following work ought to 
be induded, «/. Ctp. SchrSderi notar. et 
ttnimadw. ad Seneca tragasdias vindiei€e 
a digtortunUlnu alicujvs ex editoribiu actor. 
Lips. {GIL Cortii). Delphis, Beman, 1730. 
4°. 24 pages. Duker answered his attack 
upon him in his preface to Thucydides. 

20943 — tragcBdiae. Bip. 1785. 8°. 

20944 — tragoediae. Penitus excussis 

membranis Florentinis adhibltisque 

codice MS. Ultraj., editione prima 

Fernandi et aliis libris, item J. F. 

et Jac. Gronovior. notis ineditis^ 

recognovit F. H. Bothe. Lps., 

Hahn, 1819. 8°. 3 voll. (3d.) 

This edition, on account of its metrical 
apparatus, should be bound up with Ba- 
deirs edition, which is still indispensable; 
and together with both these Schrdder^s edi- 
tion ought also to be had on account of its 
exegetical apparatus. 

20945 — tragoediae. Recensuit Tor- 
kill Baden. Lps., Fleischer, 1821. 

8°. 2 voll. 

Only the more important various read- 
ings from 17 MSS. are specified. The 1st 
vd. had previously appeared, Havn, 1819. 
8«. 

20946 — tragoedia Hercules furens, 
ex emendatissimo exemplari recog- 
nita. — Ejusdem Senecse tragoedia, 
quae Thyestes inscribitur^ per Eras- 
mum Rot. pristinae integritati re- 
stituta. Ejusd. Senecse tragoedia, 
quae Thebais inscribitur. Daven- 

5T 



1710 



SEN 



triae, Theodoric. de Borne, without 
date 4"^. 

20947 — tragcBdia Hercules fiirens. 
Arg., Knoblouch, 1521. 8°. 

20948 — Hercules furens. Spe- 
cimen novae recensionis tragoedisu 
rum Senecse, auctore Tork. Baden. 
Kil., Bohn, 1 798. 8^ 

20949 — Medea (ed. Ph. EngeL 
brecht). Witt., J. Gronenberg, 
1512. 4^ 

20950 — Mth. Raderi ad Senecse 
I^Iedeam commentarii (cum textu). 
Monach., Segen, 1631. 12°. 

20951 — Octavia per Erasmum Rot. 
Col., Zeryckzee, 1517. 4°. 

20952 — tragedia secunda Senece de 
Thyeste. Without place or date. 
4°. Gothic letter. 

18 leaves, with the ngnatures a^-c. It 
appean to have been printed at Cologne 
about 1500-10. 

20953 — tragoedia secunda, Thyestes, 
prseter Philologi emendationem ex 
annotatt. Hi. Avantii facta quam 
castigatissima. Viennse, Victor et 
Singrenius, 1513. 4^ 

Also, Par. 1553. 4°. 

20954 — tragoedia sexta, quie Troaa 
inscribitur, ex Avantii annotatt. 
castigatissime impressa. Vienne, 
Victor et Singrenius, 1513. 4". 

20955 — le tragedie di Seneca, tra- 
dotte da L. Dolce. Ven., Sessa, 
1560. 12'. 

They had previously appeared sepa- 
rately. 

20956 — le tragedie di Seneca tra- 
sportate in verso sciolto da Het- 
tore Nini. Ven., Ginami, 1622. 
8°. 

20957 — le quattro tragedie attri- 
buite a Seneca, cio^ la Medea, 
r Edipo, la Troade, 1' Ippolito, 
con r Ippolito del greco Euripide 
trasportate in versi sciolti da Bd. 
Pasqualigo. Ven., Geremia, 1730. 
8°. 

20958 — tragedia quarta. Ven., 

Cristofolo di Pensa, 2 Hotubrio 

1497. 4°. 

24 leaves, with the signatures 0-0, and 
36 hnes. The translator was called Py- 



SEN 

thius. Not noticed by Paitoni nor Pancer, 
and described for the first time in Dibdin*s 
Cassano library, p. 109, where however it 
is not stated, of which tragedy it is a trans- 
lation. 

20959 — la tragedia dita Agamenone. 

Ven., Piero Bergamascho, 28 Ze- 

naro 1497. 4°. 

14 leaves, with the signatures €l-c. The 
translation is in terze rime, and by Evan- 
gelista Fossa. Likewise described* for the 
Hrst time by Dibdin, 1. c. p. 110. 

20960 — les tragedies de Seneque. 
desquelles sont extraictz plusieurs 
enseignemens, authoritez et senten- 
ces, tant en latin comme en fran- 
9ois. Par., J. Longis, 1534. 8°. 

20961 — le thefttre de Sen^ue, trad, 
par P. Linage. Ed. II. Par., 
Chamhoudry, 1658. 12®. 5 voll. 

20962 — trag^ies en lat. et en fran^. 
de la traduction de Mch. de Ma- 
rolles, avec des remarques. Par., 
Lamy, 1659, or 60, or 64. 8^. 
2 voU. 

Also with the Latin dtle, Traffeedia cum 
noHt et inierpr. gail. Mch. de MaroUet. 

20963 — tragedies trad, en vers 
fran9. par Ren. Bauduyn. Troyes, 
Moreau, 1629. 8°. — Agamemnon 
trad, en vers par Charl. Toutain. 
Par., le Jeune, 1557. 4®. — Aga- 
memnon trad, en vers par Fr. le 
Duchat. Par., Breton, 1561. 4**. — 
Traduction de la Troade en vers 
fran^. (par L. B.) Par., Barbin, 
1674. 12°. 

Translations of 4 tragedies are to be 
found in Roland Brittet Premier Uvre du 
ihSaire tragique* Tours, 1590. 4**. 

20964 — thefttre de Seneque, tra- 
duction nouvelle par Coup^. Par., 

an 4 (1795). 8°. 2 voll. 

The Latin text, promised in the title, is 
not added. There are 35 copies on vellum 
paper. 

20965 — th^fttre de Seneque, trad, 
par J. B. Lev^e, augment^ d'un 
examen des pi^s et de notes par 
Amaury Duval. Par., Chasseriau, 
1822.8". 3 voll. 

20966 — tragische Biihne der Romer 
(des Seneca). Aus dem lat. (von 
J. W. Rose). Ansbach, Haueisen, 
'777-S'' 8°. 3 parts (i d. 8gr.). — 



SEN 

Thyestes, iibB. von Fr. Horn. Pe. 
nigy Dienemann» 1803. 8^ (1 d.) — 
Die Trojanerinnen, iibs. von Fr. 
Horn. ib. 1803. 8°. (21 gr.) — 
Die Troerinnen, metrisch iibs. u. 
mit Anmm. begleitet durch G. 
MuUer. Ro8t.» Stiller, 1820. 8''. 

(12 gr) 

20967 — Seneca his tenne tragedies 
translated into Englysh (by Th. 
Newton). Lond., Marshe, 158 1. 
4°. Gothic letter. — The tragedies of 
Seneca, and the rape of Helen, out 
of the Greek of Coluthus, trans- 
lated into English verse with an- 
notations. By Edw. Sherburne. 
Lond., Smith, 1702. 8®. with plates. 

20968 — smutne starozytnosci tea- 
truni, to jest, Tragedise Seneki 
rzyniskiego na polski jexyka, przes 
Jana Alana Bardzinskiego. w Tho- 
runiu, Luurer, 1696. 8°. 

20969 — Ch. Adf. Klotz (reap. 
D. H. Gf. de Pilgramm) diss, de 
vitiis tragoediar. quae vulgo Senecae 
tribuuntnr. Gott. 1765. 4®. — 
J. G. C. Klotzsch Pr<^. de 
Octavia L. A. Senecae. Witt. 
1804. 4°. — On Seneca's tragedies 
see also Lessings Werke, XXIII. 
127 sq. 

20970 — J. Hildebr. Withopii 
Prsemetium crucium criticar. proe- 
cipue ex Seneca tragico. LB., 
Luchtmans, 1749. 4°. 

20971 SENECA, L. A., et P. Syri 
Mimi, forsan etiam aliorum, singu- 
lares sententis, centum aliquot ver- 
sibus ex codd. Pall, et Prising, 
auctse et correctse stud, et op. Jani 
Gruteri, cum notis ejusd. recognitis 
et castigatis. Ace. ejusd. notse 
postumse ut et nova versio Jos. 
Scaligeri. (Edid. Sigeb. Havercamp 
et Abr. Prevger ). LB., Vivie, 
1708. 8°. 

Ib,, id,, 1737. 8^ is only a new title. 

20972 SENECE. CEuvres diverses. 
Ed. II. augm. de la critique des 
m^moires du Cardinal de Retz 
(avec une notice sur la vie et les 



SEN 



1711 



ouvrages de I'auteur, par Auger). 
Par., Collin, an 13 (1805). 12°. 

20973 SENEPELDER, Aloys. VolU 

standiges Lehrbuch der Lithogra* 

phie. Miinchen, 1818. 4°. with a 

vol. of plates. 

Translated into French, Par, 1810. 4". 
with a Yol. of 20 plates (36 fr. Also on 
large paper). 

SENILIA, see Maittairr. 

20974 SENKENBERG, H. Ch. 
von. Corpus juris gennanici pub- 
lici ac privati hactenus ineditum, e 
biblioth. Senkenbergiana emissum, 
cura G. Gst. Konig de Konigsthal. 
Ff. a. M., Hermann, 1760-66. fol. 

2 voU. (10 d.) 

20975 — corpus juris feudalis ger- 
manici, oder vollstand. Sammlung 
der deutschen gemeinen Lehnsge- 
setze. Neue Aufl. von J. F. Ei- 
senhart. Halle, Hemmerde, 1772. 

8°. (2d.) 

20976 SENNERT, Dn. Opera om- 
nia medica. Lugd., Huguetan, 
1666. fol. 5 parts in 3 vols. 

20977SEPP,J.Ch. Beschouwing der 
wonderen Gods in de niindsgeachte 
Schepselen of Nederlandsche In- 
secten. Amst. 1762 -i 801. 4^ 

3 vols, with illuminated plates. 
Also on large paper. 

The NaaaUytt only indicates the con- 
tinuation up to the part which appeared in 
1 80 1, containing plates 1 1 i-i 15. 

20978 — afbeeldingen van meest 
alle bekende inen uitlandsche hou- 
ten (representation des bois etc, 
Icones etc), Amst., Sepp, 1773- 

95- 4". 

18 parts, and supplement, with 106 illu- 
minated plates (81 fl.). With a Latin, 
Dutch, French, German, and English 
text by Mt. Houttuyn.-.-Sec also Repre- 
SEKTATiOK des marbres. 

20979 — Nederlandsche Vogelen, 
volgens hunne huishouding, aert en 
eigenschappen beschreeven door 
Corn. Nozeman. Alle naer *t leeven 
getekent, in 't koper gebragt en 
natuurlyk gekoleurd door en onder 
Opzicht van Ch. Sepp. Amst. 

5Ta 



1712 



SEP 



1770-1812. large fol. 4 vols, with 
200 illuminated plates. 

A well got up work, and complete copies 
scarce. The pagination of the text runs 
through the entire work. The 2nd voL 
begins with p. 94, the 3rd with 196, the 
4th with 296 proceeding as far as 394. 
Each voL contains 50 plates, and a li6t of 
the plates besides. The ist vol. sometimes 
has a title of 1789. After Nosseman^s 
death the text was supplied by Mu Uout- 
tuyn. The work is still going on. 

SEPT sages, see M bister (sieben 
SEPTIMELLENSIS, see Hen. 

RTCU8. 

SEPTUAGINTA,see BiBLiAgraeca. 

20980 SEPULVEDA, J. Genesius. 
Opera cum edita turn inedita, ac- 
curante regia historise academia. 
Matriti, ex typogr. regia de la 
gazeta, 1780. 4°. 4 voU. (ii6rs.) 

His translations are not in this edition. 
The first 2 vols, contain his history of 
Charles V. not printed before. 

SEPULVEDA, Lr., see Roman- 
ces. 
SEQUESTER, see Vibius. 

20981 SERAFINA, Ypolita, The. 
baida. Valencia, 1521 and 24. fol. 
Gothic letter. 

Three very scarce dramatic pieces, di- 
vided into scenes, not into acts; the first 
two in prose) and the 3rd in verse. 

20982 SERAPHINO Aquilano. O- 
pere. Ven., Manfrino da Monfer- 
rato, 1502. 8^ 

20983 — sonetti (opere.) Romae, 
J. de Besicken, 1503. 4°. 

20984 — opere, coUete per Fr. 
Flavio. E per Caligula Bazalero 
aggiunto^quanto e la terza parte de 
le altre impressioni. Bologna, 
Caligula ^e Bazaleri, 30 Mazo 
1503. 8^ 

20985 — opere poetiche. Ven., 
Manfrino^de Monferrato, 30 Agosto 

20986 — stramboti del Seraphino. 
Mil., Ant. Zaroto, 8 Zugno, 1504. 

20987 — poema di Serafino, nuova- 
mente con diligenza da Hi. Soncino 
impresso, con molte cose aggiunte. 



SER 

In Phano Fortunee (Fano), Hi. 
Soncinus, 5 id. Mart. 1505. S\ 
20988 — opere. Roms, J. de Be- 
sicken, 1505. 4^ 

Might not the edition, ib. 1513. 4^ be a 
misprint for 1503 ? 

20989 — opere. Mil., Flavio, 15 15. 

40 

20990 — opere nuovamente con dili- 
gentia impresse con molte cose ag- 
giunte. Fir., Ph. di Giunta, De- 

cemb. 1516. 8^ • 

7 and 1 15 leaves. 

20991 — opere. Mil. 1516. 12^ 

20992 — poesie. Ven., Sessa, 1519. 

4 • 

20993 — opere. Rom., Ant. Blado, 

1520. 8°, 

20994 — opere. Mil. 1523. 8°. 

20995 — opere con molte cose ag- 
giunte di nuovo. Ven., Mich. 
Sessa, 1526. 8*^. 

20996 — poesie. Ven., Vavassori, 

1539. 8". . . . , 

20997 — opere. Ven., Nicolini da 

Sabio, 1540. 8^ 

20998 — opera, quasi tutto di nuoYO 
riformata, con molte cose aggiunte. 

. Ven., Bm. detto V Imperador, 
1544. 12°. 

20999 — opere. Ven., Bascarini, 
1548. 8^ 

21000 — opere. Ven., Bendoni, 
1550. 8^ 

The editions of 1540 and 50 are the most 
prized ; after them the Florentine edition 
of 15 1 6, and the Venetian of 15 19 and 36. 

21001 SERAPION. Practica, ab 
And. Alpago in latinum translata. 
Ejusd. de simplicium medicamen- 
tor. temperamentis commentaria, 
Abrahamo Judso et Sim. (a Cordo) 
Genuensi interpretibus. Ven., her. 
L. A. Juntse, 1550. fol. 

The latter work first appeared under the 
title, Aggregaiua in medicirUa sempiicibtu. 
Mediol,y ZaroUu, 4 Aug. 1473. 185 leaves. 

21002 SERASSI, Pt. Ant. Vita di 
Torq. Tasso. Bergamo, 1791. 4**- 
2 voll. 

The earlier edition, BomOf 1785. 4°- it 
somewhat less complete, but is more cor- 
rectly printed. There is also by him, 
Ttto di Jac, AfazMoni. Roma^ PagHarirUj 
1790. 4^ 



SER 

21003 SERCAMBI, Gi. Novelle, 
ora per la prima volta pubblicate. 
Ven., Alvisopoli, 1806. 8°. 

There are 2 copies on reUum; in the 
Royal library at Paris, and in the possession 
of Trivubdo of Milan. Dibdin, in his Z>e- 
com^roM, III. 398, mentions Novelle acelte 
di Sereombiy 18 15. 8°. of which Trivulzio 
possesses a copy on vellum, and Lord 
Spencer a second. 

21004 SERENUS Sammoniacus. Li- 
ber (de medicina). Without place 
or date {Medial, before 1484). 4^ 

26 leaves, with 35 lines, without signatures, 
catchwords, and pagination, but with a re- 
gister. Superintended by Sulpidus Verula- 
nus. Leaf i ^ line i is, Sulpiiius Verulanug ad. 
The text b^ns in leaf aa, and the 1 st line is, 
QVINTl SERENI SAMMONICI. The 
text ends on the reverse of the 25 th leaf 
with FINIS and a regitter. Leaf 26* 
contains Emendanda, — ^Audiffredi,in CeUtU, 
ediit. Rom. p. 379, quotes an undated edi- 
tion, which appears to be the same as this, 
but which he specifies as only containing 
1 6 leaves. The above notice is taken from 
Dibdin*s Bid/. Speno. II. 351. This poem 
afterwards appeared with Avienus, Ven, 
1488. 4°. 

21005 — hexametri preeoepta medi- 
cine continentes. Lps., Valent. 

Dammander (Schumann), 1515. 4°. 
32 leaves. The poem of Rhemniw Faiu 
fiius De ponderiinu is appended. This 
poem afterwards appeared with Celsus, 
Ven.y Ald.y 1528. 4». 

21006 — de re medica seu morborum 
curationibus liber, cum Gbr. Hu- 
melbergii commentariis. Accedunt 
emendatt. novae ex veteri MS. cod. 
collects, et epithetorum item et 
inorbo|;um indices V. Tiguri, Wol- 
fius, 1581. 4^. 

Differing only from the edition, Tiguri^ 
1540. 4^ in the various readings which 
are added to it. — Rivinus*s edition of 1654, 
see above, Medici, No. 135 18. 

21007 — de medicina praecepta salu- 
berrima. Rb. Keucbenius restituit, 
emendavit, illustravit. Amst., van 
den Berge, 1662. 8°. 

There are copies on laige paper. Keu- 
cbenius has beien suspected of plagiarism 
with respect to his notes. Afterwards 
with the entire notes of the earlier editions, 
in Burmatmi Poet, latin, minor, T. II. 
I'eid^y 1 73 1. 4'. p. 185 sq. 

21008 — de medicina preecepta sa- 
luberrima. Textum recensuit, lec- 



SER 



1713 



tionis varietatem, notas interpre- 
tum selectas suasque adjecit J. Ch. 
Gli. Ackermann. Lps., Miiller, 
1 786. 8°. (16 gr.) 

SEROARDUS, see Sectanus. 

21009 SERIE degli uomini pid il- 
lustri nella pittura, scultura ed 
architettura, con i loro elogi e ri- 
tratti incisi in rame, dalla sua pri- 
ma restaurazione sino ai tempi pre- 
sent!. Fir. 1769-75. 4°. 12 vols, 
witb plates. 

To which is often joined as a supple- 
ment, Orlandi Abecedario pUtorieo of 1 776, 
see Oai.AKDi above. 

21010 SERIE di ritratti d' uomini 
illustri Toscani, con gli elogi isto- 
rici dei medesimi. Fir. 1766-73. 
large fol. 4 vols. 

These 4 vols, are also added to the Mu^ 
seum Florentinum (see Museum). The 
I St, 2nd, and 3rd vols, each contain 50 
very fine portraits, and the 4th 53. 

SERIE di trecento tavole, see Rag- 
COLTA di pitture. 

21011 SERIE deir edizioni Aldine 
per ordine cronologico ed alfabe- 
tico. Ed. III. con emendazioni e 
giunte. Fir., Molini, 1803. 8°. 
(3^ paoli.) 

Even in this edition, very unsatisfactory 
and faulty, and completely supplanted by 
the appearance of Renouanl*s work. 

21012 SERIES chronologica simu. 
lacror. regise familiae Medicese, cen. 
tum expressa toreumis. Flor. 1761. 
large fol. with plates. 

21013 SERLIO, Sb. II primo (e 
secondo) libro d'architettura. Le I. 
(et II.) livre d'architecture mise en 
langue fran9. par J. Martin (en 
ital. et en fran^.) Par., Barb^, 
1545. fol. — II terzo libro delle an- 
tiquita di Roma. Ven., Marcolini, 
1540. fol. — (Libro IV.) Regole ge- 
neral! di architettura sopra le cin- 
que maniere de gli edificj. Ven., 
Marcolini, 1537, or 40, or 44. fol. 
— Libro V. Par.,Vascosan, 1547. 
fol. — Libro extraordinario (VI.) 
Lione, Gi. di Tournes, 1551. iFoI. 

These are the most extremely scarce ori- 
ginal editions of the separate books yet 
5T3 



1714 



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known. Brunet saw a copy of the 3rd 
and 4th books after the edition of 1540 on 
blue paper, one of the same sort, contain- 
ing both books, is specified in the The$au~ 
rus Bibliothecalu, I. 353, and one contain- 
ing the 4th bonk alone, is in the Royal li- 
brary at Dresden. 

21014 — libro I. della architettura. 
Ven., Nicolini da Sabio, 1551. fol. 
Libro II. ib., id., 1551. fol. Li- 
bro III. lb., id., 155 1. foJ. Li- 
bro IV. ib., id., 1551. fol. 

The ctnd edition, of which I am ac- 
quainted with no 5th book. 

21015 — libro I. (e IL) della archi- 
tettura. Ven., Sessa, 1560. fol. — 
Libro III. Ven., Rampazzetto, 
1562. fol. — Libro IV. Ven., with- 
out the printer's name and the 
date. fol. — Libro V. Ven., Sessa, 

1559. fol. — Libro extraordinario 
(VI.) Ven., Sessa, 1557, or 58, 
or 67. fol. Also, Lione, Rouillio, 

1560. fol.— II VII. libro. Archi. 
tecturse liber VII. (ital. et lat.) 
Ex museo Jac. de Strada. Ff. a. 
M., Wechel, 1575. fol. with wood- 
cuts. 

This 3rd edition is the best and the most 
complete folio edition. 

21016 — libro I-VI. d architettura. 
Ven., Fr. Senese, 1566. 4°. with 
woodcuts. 

21017 — tutte I'opere d'architettura 
(libro I- VII.) Ven., Fr. de Fran- 
ceschi, 1584. 4*^. with woodcuts. 

This is the best 4^ edition. All 7 books 
also, Ven, 1619. 4°. (enlai^ed with a dt«- 
corso by Scamozzi), and Vicetufo, Jacomo 
de Franceschi, without date, 4°. with 
woodcuts. This last edition is not neatly 
printed. 

21018 — architettura in sei libri di. 
visa. De architectura libri VI. (ital. 
et lat.) Ven., Combi, 1663. fol. 
with woodcuts. 

This edition also has nothing to rerom- 
mend it externally. 

21019 — von der Architectur 5 
Biicher. Aus dem Ital. u. Nieder- 
land. iibs. Bas., L. Konig, 1609. 
fol. with woodcuts. 

21020 — de architectura libri V. lat. 
per J. C. Saracenum. Franciscis, 
1569. fol. with woodcuts. 



SER 

21021 SERMO ad populnm predica- 
bilis. In festo psentacionis. Bea- 
tissime marie semper v'ginis noui- 
ter cum magna diligen. ad com- 
munem vsu multoru sacerdotum 
presertim curato4 collectus. Et 
idcirco per ipressione multiplica- 
tus. sub hoc currente Anno domini 
M. cccc. Ixx. (Col. Am. Terkoer- 
nen, 1470). 4**. Gothic letter. 

I a leaves with 37 lines, without signa- 
tures and catchwords, but with numl>ering 
of the leaves, which for the first time ap- 
peared herein, and this typographical pro- 
duction is consequently of historical in- 
terest. The numbering is placed in the 
middle of the outer margin. 

The copies are of two kinds. In some 
the reverse of the 2nd leaf is blank (and 
in these the statement of the place of 
printing and of the printer is wanting), in 
the others there is <hi the reverse a preface 
of 27 lines, in which that statement is thus 
expressed : In eitfitate oohnUti per dUcretu 
tfibpArMMu terhoemS, The copies of the 
last sort are costly, because the work is at 
the same time remarkable as the first dated 
typographical production of Terboemen. 

SERNA, see Santandbr. 

21022 SEROUX d'Agincourt. His- 
toire de I'art par les monumens, 
depuis sa decadence au 40 si^e 
jusqu'k son renouvellement au i6e, 
pour servir de suite k I'histoire de 
i'art chez les anciens. Par., Trent* 
tel et Wurtz, 181 1-20. fol. 6 
voU. 

This work, equally interesting and use- 
ful, appeared in 14 Nob. at 30 fr., and on 
vellum paper at 60 fr., 7 Nos. of whidi 
contain the text, and 17 the plates (to the 
number of 325). 

21023 — (anon,) recueil de fragmens 
de sculpture antique en terre cuite. 
Par., Pillet, 18 14. large 4®. with 
39 plates (24 fr.). Also on vel- 
lum paper. 

21024 SERPOS, Gi. de. €ompen. 
dio storico di memorie cronolo- 
giche concernenti la religione e la 
morale della nazione Armena sud- 
dita deir imperio Ottomaiio. Ven. 
1786. 8"*. 3 voU. 

SERRANUS, J., see Sbhrbs. 

21025 SERRANUS, Th. Carmin- 



SER 

um libri IV. opus posthamum. 
Accedit de ejusdem Serrani vita et 
Uteris Mch. Garciae commentarium. 
Fulginise, 1 788. 4°. 

SERRES or Serranus, J. de, see 

COMMENTARIORUM. 

21026 SERVETUS. Mch. (anon.) 
Christianismi restitutio^ hoc est, to- 
tius ecclesise ad sua limina vocatio, 
in integrum restituta cognitione 
Dei, fidei Christi, justificationis 
nostree, regenerationis baptismi, et 
ecense domini manducationis, resti- 
tute) denique nobis regno coelesti, 
Babylonis impiae captivitate soluta, 
et Antichristo cum suis penitus de- 
structo. Without place, 1553. 8°. 

734 pages and i leaf of errata, with sig- 
natures, catchwords, and column titles.' 
On the reverse of the title is a table of 
contents, then follows on the 3rd page 
(which contains 28 lines without the catch- 
word) a protemium. The ist page of the 
text contains 30 lines, and each full page 
35 lines. P. 734, which contains 21 lines, 
ends the book : 

M. S. V. 

1553- 
Then follows a leaf of errata in 15 lines. 
Only 3 copies of this original edition are 
known with certainty; one in the Imperial 
library at Vienna, and the other, attacked 
with mildew, was sold at Valliere^s sale for 
4120 livr., and previously at Oaignat's for 
38 10, and at de Boze's for 3000 ; R. Mead 
of London possessed it before de Boze. 

21027 Without place or date. 

4**. 2 vols. 

This edition, of whidb there is only one 
copy (425 livr. P&ris de Meyzieu, 1700 
livr. Valli^re), is a reprint of the preced- 
ing, superintended by R. Mead. It was 
not however finished, and only contains 
253 printed pages, which contain p. 3-293 
of the original ; p. 253-1056 are added to 
it in writing. Consult Nouvelle Bibho^ 
thique, 1740. Octob. p. 153 sq. 

21028 — (anon.) Christianismi re- 
stitutio, hoc est, totius ecclesise ad 
sua limina vocatio, in integrum re- 
stituta cognitione Dei, fidei Christi, 
justificationis nostrse, regenerationis 
baptismi, et coense domini mandu- 
cationis, restituto denique nobis 
regno coelesti, Babylonis impiie cap- 
tivitate soluta, et Antichristo cum 



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1715 



suis penitus destructo. Without 
place, 1553. 8°. 

This reprint, which appeared at Nurem- 
beig by Rau in 1790, and which agrees 
page for page with the original, was super- 
intended by M. de Murr. Consult con- 
cerning it AUg. Litt. Zeit. 1722. IV. 355. 
The new date is placed at the end, but so 
small, that it might be taken for a final 
dash. 

It is well known that this scarce work is 
also remarkable on account of one of the 
earliest mentions of the circulation of the 
blood. It is to be found in p. i6g, and the 
passage is also printed in C. E. J(ordan*s) 
Hist. (Tun voffage iiti. Haye, 1735. 8^ 
p. 1 70 ; and in Debure*s Bibliogr. Theol, 
p. 421 sq. Concerning the work itself 
more detailed information may be found in 
Artignjf's Memoires, T. II. p. 75 sq. and 
in the preface, in Debiuv and other places, 
Valli^re's Catal, T. I. p. 289 sq., by ,abb^ 
Rive in DutetC$ Origine det deccutertes. 
Ed. IV. T. II. Par. 181 2. 8'. p. 370 sq., 
by Oraffer in the Wiener ConvenaihnS' 
blatty 18 19, p. 86 sq. 

21029 — de trinitatis erroribus libri 
septem. Per Michaelem Serueto, 
alias Reves ab Aragonia Hispanum. 
Without place, 1531. 8°. — Dialo- 
gorum de trinitate libri duo. De 
justitia regni Christi capitula qua. 
tuor. Per Michaelem Serveto, ali- 
as Reues, ab Aragonia Hispanum. 
Without place, 1532. 8°. 

The two works, likewise very scarce in the 
original, belong to each other. The ist has 
1 19 numbered leaves and i leaf of errata ; 
the 2nd, which is the more scarce, 48 un- 
numbered leaves. Both are printed in Ita- 
lics, and, as it seems, appeared at Hague- 
nau by J. Seoeriiis. This original is dis- 
tinguished from the following reprint by 
the circumstance, that in the first line of 
the title of the first piece the word Trtnt- 
tatU(Trini'') and in the title of the se- 
cond, the word Diahgorum (Dialogo'* ) are 
both divided with two oblique parallel 
strokes, whereas the reprint in both in- 
stances has a single horizontal stroke 
( Trini- and Dialogo-). Although Debure 
ascribes to the reprint a double stroke ( = ), 
this must either be a mistake, or there 
must be a third impression besides, which 
is not probable. — The genuine edition, 240 
livr. d^Estr^es, 400 livr. de Boze, 605 livr. 
Gaig^at, 700 livr. Valli^re, lol. 15s. Paeris, 
215 fr. McCarthy. 

21030 — (the same title and date). 
8°. 

So ftuthfully reprinted, page for page and 
5T4 



171fi 



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line for line, that the collation of the ori- 
ginal will also serve for the reprint. The 
types (likewise Italics) are somewhat better 
and lai^r than in the original, aooording 
to Debiire. The more recent origin of this 
impression would not however escape a 
practised eye, in general at the first glance, 
respecting wjiich it is certain that it was 
prepared by the preacher Serpilius at Re- 
gensburg about 1 730-35. The informa- 
tion, which is to l)e found in SchelhonCt 
Anleitung ffir Bibliotttekare^ I. 359 sq., 
notwithstanding all that has been said 
against it (ib. II. 296), is well grounded. — 
It is most easily distinguished from the ori- 
ginal by the misprint CHHRSTUM in the 
book De irinitaHs erroribtUj leaf 8 3'' line 1 7. 

21031 — van de Dolinghen in de 
Drievuldigheyd, seven boecken, in 
Latyn beschreven door Michiel Ser- 
vetus, ende nu overgheset in onse 
Nederlandsche tale door R. T. Hier 
syn noch by ghevoegt eenige andere 
kleyne tractaetjens van den selven 
Auteur. Without place^ 1620. 4°. 
Gothic letter. 

The author of this scarce translation, 
vet but little sought after, was Reinerus 
Vitellius. 

21032 SERVIUS Honoratus, Mau- 

rus. Commentarii in carmina Vir. 

gilii. Ven.,Christophorus {Valdar- 

fer)y Ratisponensis, 1471. fol. 

The first edition of this date, if two dif- 
ferent impressions can really be assumed, 
as it is more probable that the differences 
of the copies only relate to single leaves. 
347 leaves (according to Panzer and Bru- 
"^ 345 according to Dibdin), with 40 
lines, without signatures, catchwords, and 
numbering of the leaves. The life of Vir- 
gil forms the commencement in leaf t% 
and the ist tine is, IRGILIVS. MARO. 
PARENTI. The commentary on the 
eclogues begins in leaf 8% and ends in 35* 
with the line, FINIS. BVCOLICORVM. 
The commentary on the Georgics follows 
in leaf 36^, and ends in loi^ with the tine, 
FINIS. OEOROICORVM. The iEneid 
l)egins in leaf 102a, and ends in 345^ (ac- 
cording to Dibdin.) Immediately after the 
end of the commentary 8 verses follow on 
the same page, In commune bonum man' 
dasH plurima formis etc., under which 
stands the year .M. CCCC. LXXI. In 
this colophon Carbo is mentioned as cor- 
rector of the pnsft. Vacant spaces are left 
for the Greek passages. 

21033 — — Ven., Cp. Valdarfer, 

147 1, fol. 
The second sort of copies of the preced- 



SER 

log edition, which have 10 other verses at 
the end {Si quia in IlaHa bene preasa «o- 
lumina quarii etc.), in which the superin- 
tendence is attributed to Bt. Guarinus, who 
made use of copies corrected by his father 
Guarinus. 

21034 — commentarius in bucolica, 
georgica et iBneidem Virgilii. 
Without place or date (about 
1470). fol. 

This very scarce edition is from the 
printing establishment distinguished by the 
singular R, and is commonly ascribed to 
Mentelinus of Strasburg(?), 180 leaves in 
2 columns with 56 lines, without signa- 
tures, catchwords, and numbering of the 
leaves. I^eaf la line i is, Mauri Seruii 
HonoraH ffrdmatioi: ome. The last line 
of the 1st column of the 158th leaf is, ho- 
merua. Amen. An index of 12 leaves, 
which also ends with the word Amen^ ends 
the work. The Greek words are printed 
in Latin characters. 

21035 — in bucolica, georgica et 

iEneidem Virgilii explanatio, et de 

natura syllabar. Flor., Bn. et Dm. 

Cenninius^ nonis Octobribus, 1472. 

fol. 

185 leaves with 43 lines, without sig- 
natures, catchwords, and pagination, and 
with vacant spaces for the Greek words. 
Leaf I a line i is, (B)VCOLICA VT 
FERVNT DICTA SVNT ACV. The 
BucoUcs end in leaf 20^ with a colophon 
of 7 id. Nov. 147 1, the Georgics in 55b 
with a colophon of 5 m/. Jan, 1471. The 
^neid contains 130 leaves, and is followed 
by the small piece De natura ayUabarumy 
of which this edition is the first. It is be- 
sides at a high price, and remarkable as 
one of the first Florentine typographical 
productions. 

21036 — in tria Virgilii opera expo- 

sitio. Romse, U. Han. Without 

date (about 1473). fol. 

321 leaves with 41 lines, without signa- 
tures, catchwords, and numbering of the 
leaves. The Grecdc passages are through- 
out printed in Greek characters. This fine 
and scarce edition begins in leaf i* with a 
superscription in 3 lines and in small capi- 
tals. The first line of the text itself is, 
(B)VCOLICA VT FERVNT INDE. 
The end of the iEneid is in leaf 320* and 
the 6 verses as a colophon, Anaer Tarpefi 
cualoa Jovia etc. 

21037 — commentarii in Virgilium. 
V^ithout place or printer'R name 
(Mediol,, Ant. Zarolus), cal. Dec. 

1475. ^«1- 
317 leaves without signatures and num- 



SER 

bering of the leaves, but with catchwordt, 
which are underneath the last line, some- 
times at the ri^t hand, and sometimes in 
the middle. This edition appears to be a 
fiiithful reprint of Valdarfer*s edition of 
147 1, but it has not the Oreek passages.— 
A new edition of Servius corrected from 
WolfenbQttel MSS. is being printed, super- 
intended by D. Alb. Lion of Gdttingen. 
The remaining editions, in which the text 
of Virgil is to be found, see under Vib- 
01LIU8. 

2103S — libellus de ultimis syllabis 

et centimetrum. Callii^ Rb. de 

Fano et Bernardin. de Bergamo, 

15 Oct. 1476. 4°. 

A very scarce eidition, and the second 
typographical production of Cagli, a town 
in the dukedom of Urbino. (The first 
book printed there was J. Ant. Campani 
funebris orcUh pro Bt. Sptwrtta^ cat. Mart, 
1476. 4".) This edition, superintended by 
Lr. Abstemius, is without signatures, catch- 
words, and pagination, and the colophon 
consists of 6 verses. Serving hoc f&M etc. 
The last page is a register. Both works 
had appear^l previously with Beda De 
eehemate ae tropo. Mediol., Zarottu, 1473. 

21039 — centimetrum ex vetustissi- 
mis exemplaribus correctum (cura 
Lr. van Santen). LB., 1788. 8". 

Corrected from a Leyden MS. and the 
editor's own conjectures. 

SESELLIUS, see Sbyssel. 

21040 SESTINI, Dm. Lettere scritte 
dalla Sicilia e dalla Turchia a di- 
versi sui amici in Toscana. Fir. e 
Livomo, 1779-84. 12°. 7 voU. 

Translated into French by Pingeron, 
Par. 1789. 8**. 3 vols, with plates. In 
German, Lpa. 1781-^3. 8^ 1 y6i!A. (23 gr.) 

21041 — lettere odeporiche ossia vi- 
aggio per la penisola Cizico, per 
Brussa e Nicea, fatto Tanno 1779. 
Livomo, 1785^ 8°. a voll. 

Translated into French, Par. 1 789. 8"*. 

21042 — viaggio da Costantinopoli a 
Bassora. Yverdon (Livorno), 1786. 
8°. — Viaggio di ritorno da Bassora 
a Costantinopoli. Livorno, 1 788. 8°. 

Translated into French (by de Fleury), 
Par. 1798 (new title 1800). 8°. 

21043 — viaggio da Costantinopoli a 
Bukoresti, fatto Tanno 1779. Ro- 
ma, i794> 8". 

21044 — lettere e dissertazioni nu. 



SES 



1717 



mismatiche sopra alcune medaglie 
rare della collezione Ainslieana etc. 
Livomo^ 1789-90. 4®. 4 voll. T.V. 
Roma, 1794. 4°. T. VI. Descri- 
zione di alcune medaglie rare del 
museo Knobelsdorfiano. Perlin, 
1 804. 4«. T. VII. Descrizione di 
alcune medaglie del museo nazio- 
nale di Francia. Berlin, 1805. 4". 
T.VIII. Descrizione di alcune me- 
daglie rare del museo regio di Ber- 
lino. Berlin, 1805. 4°. T. IX. 
Descrizione di alcune medaglie del 
museo ducale di Gotha. Berlin^ 
1 806. 4*^. with plates. 

All 9 parts are seldom and with difficulty 
found together. 

21045 — lettere e dissertazioni nu. 
mismatiche. T.I. Mil. 181 3. T. II. 
Pisa, 1817. T. in. MU. 1 81 7. 
T. IV. Fir. 1818. T.V. Fir. 1820. 
4°. with plates. 

A necessary continuation of the preoed- 
ing work. 

21046 — descriptio numor. veterum 
ex museis Ainslie, Bellini, Bon- 
dacca etc. cum animadvv. in £ck- 
helii doctrinam numor. vett. Lps., 
Gleditsch^ iyg6. 4''. with plates 
(Sd. i6gr.) 

21047 — illustrazione di un antica 
medaglia di piombo appartenente a 
Velletri. Roma, 1796. 4°. 

21048 — classes generales geographies 
numismaticse, seu monetae urbium, 
populorum et regum, ordine geo- 
graphico et chronologico dispositse 
secundum systema Eckhelianum. 
Lps., Oleditsch, 1797. 4°. 2 parts 
in I vol. (i d. 16 gr.) — Ed. II. 
emendatior et locupletior. Flor., 
Piatti, 1831. 4°. (20 paoli.) 

21049 — catalogus numor. vett. mu- 
sei Arigoniani. Berol. 1805. fol. 

21050 — descrizione delle medaglie 
greche e romane del fti Benkowitz. 
Berl.> Amelang, 1809. 4°. with i 
plate (i d. 8 gr.) 

21051 — viaggio curioso-scientifico- 
antiquario per la Valachia, Tran- 
silvania ed Ungheria fino a Vienna. 
Fir. 1815. 8°. 

21052 — descrizione degli stateri 



1718 



SES 



antichi illustrati con le medaglie. 
Fir. 1817. 4°. with 9 plates (15 
paoli). 

21053 — descrizione delle medaglie 
Ispane appartenenti alia Lusitania, 
alia Bestica ed alia Tarragoneae, 
che si conservano nel museo He- 
der variano. Fir. 1 8 1 8. 4°. with j o 
plates. 

See also Numismata, No. 14957* 

21054 SETHUS, Sim. Syntagma 
per literar. ordinem de cibarior. fiEu 
cultate (gr. et lat.), Lilio Gr. Gy- 
raldo interprete. Bas., Isingrinius^ 
1538. 8°. 

21055 — volumen de alimentor. fa- 
cultatibus juxta ordinem literar. 
digestum (gr.). Emendatum, auc- 
turn et lat. versione donatum, cum 
difficilium locor. explicatione a Mt. 
Bogdano. Lut. Par.^ Bechet, 1657. 
8^ 

21056 -^ syntagma per elementor. 
ordinem de alimentor. facultate^ 
olim a Lilio Gr. Gyraldo latin itate 
donatum ; nunc vero per Dm. Mon- 
thesaurum correctum et psene re- 
formatum. Bas., Pema, 1561. 8*. 

At the end is added, Sim. Seihi Frug- 
mentum de medicaments ex ammalibuty 
eodem M<mihe9auro interprete. 

SEU8SE, see Orlooe de sapience. 

SEVARAMBEN, see Histoibb, 

No. 9802. 
SEVERIANUS Gabalitanus, see 

Petrus Chrysologus. 

21057 SEVERUS, Corn. iEtna, et 
quae supersunt fragmenta, cum no- 
tis et interpretatione Jos. Scaligeri, 
F. Lindenbruchii et Thdr. Goralli 
(i. e. J. Clerici). Accessit Pt. 
Bembi ^tna. Amst.^ Schelte, 1 703 
(new title, Amst. , Mortier, 1 7 1 5 ). 8°. 

Albin&vanus (see above) ought to be 
included with a separate title. 

21058 — TEtna de Com. Severus et 
les sentences de Publ. Syrus, tra- 
duites en fran9. (par Accarias de 
Serionne, avec le latin k c6t^). 
Par., Chaubert» 1736. 12°. 

21059 — ^tna, iibs. von Cr. Am. 
Schmidt (mit dem lat. Text). 
Brschw. 1769. 8°. (5 gr.) 



SEV 

21060 — MtnsL, ein Lehrgedicht des 

Lucius Lucilius minor, nebst dem 

Bruchstiick eines Lehrgedichtes des 

Corn. Severus von dem Tode des 

Cicero. Der lat. Text nebst einer 

metr. Uebersetzung u. Anmerkk. 

von J. H. F. Meineke. Quedlinb., 

Basse, 181 8. 8^ (14 gr.) 

Already printed under the name of Lu- 
cilius the younger in Wenudorfii Poet, 
lat. min. T. IV. — Severi de .^Etna carmen 
a prapoeteris J. Clerici conjecturis vindi- 
eatum studio F. O. MenckenH, in Naua 
miscellanea Lips.V. 137 nq* 335 sq. 

21061 SEVERUS Sanctus Endelei- 
chins. Carmen bucolicum de mor- 
tibus boum, cum notis J. Weitzii. 
Ff., Emmel, 161 2. 8^ 

21062 — de mortibus boum carmen, 

ab Elia Vineto et Pt. Pithoeo ser- 

vatum cum notis J. Weitzii et 

Wfg. Seberi. LB., van der Aa, 

1715- 8^ 

LB., Luchtmans, 1717 or 1745. 8". are 
only new titles to this edition superin- 
tended by J. Gronovius. In the copies of 
both these years the new date is only on 
a strip of paper pasted over the earlier 
date. ^Also> with a selection from the 
earlier notes, and with new notes in Gerh. 
Outhouius De jueUdis Jehovat. Groning., 
1 72 1. 8". 

21063 — carmen bucolicum de mor- 
tibus boum, ex bibliothecae patrum 
tomo octavo recusum. Novam prse- 
fationem de autore, editionibus et 
argumento hujus carminis priemisit 
D. Richter. Hmb. et Lps., Wil- 
lich(i747). 4^ 

This very scarce edition contains some 
new remarks; but the editor could not 
make use of the Ijeyden edition. — The 
poem was printed for the last time in 
Gallandi BibL patrum VIII. 207 sq. and 
in Wemsdorfii poet. lat. min, II. 2 1 7 sq. 

SEVERUS, Sulpicius, see Sbve- 

RU8. 

21064 SEVIGNE, Marie de Rabu- 
tin, marquise de. Lettres. Nouv. 
^dit. mise en ordre pour la pre- 
miere fois, augmentee de lettres 
in^dites, et enrichie de notes et 
dissertations, par Grouvelle. Par., 
Bossange, 1806. 8°. 8 vols, with 2 



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portraits (48 fr.^ on fine paper 54 
fr.y on vellum paper 93 fr.). 

The first better edition of this oorre- 
•pondenoe, and which on aooount of its 
notes has an advantage over the follow- 
ing superior edition. Twenty portraits of 
the most celebrated persons mentioned in 
the letters are added to some copies. An 
impression appeared at the same time in 
1 1 vds. in 8**. (36 fr.) The stereotyped 
edition, Par, 181 1. I8^; 12". is equally 
complete with respect to the letters. 

Perrin superintended the first authentic 
editions of this correspondence, Par, 1 734 
-37. I2^ 6 Yols.; and, %k, 1754. I2^ 8 
vols. 

21065 — lettres de Mad. de S^vign^, 
de sa famille et de ses amis. Nouv. 
edit, (publi^e par M. de Monmer- 
qa^, avec une notice par M. Saint- 
Surin). Par., Blaise, de Timpr. 
de Didotl'aine, 1818. 8^ 10 vols, 
with plates (100 fr., on veUum 
paper 200 fr.). 

The best and most complete edition, and 
finer than the preceding. It contains 8 
portraits, 13 views, and 10 fac-similes. 
A No. containing 20 plates appeared be- 
sides, which can be added as one is dis- 
posed. There should be added, Isi* 
trea inidUet de Mad. de SMgni. Par., 
Klottermann, 1814. 8^ (5 fr.) Mimoires 
deM.de Coulanget; ndvia de leUree tn- 
iditet de Mad, de Setfigne etc. Par., 
Blaise, impr. de P. Didoi, 1820. 8°. with 
plates (10 fr., also on vellum paper). 

21066 — lettres etc. Par., Blaise, 
1818. 12®. 12 voU. (36 fr., on vel- 
lum paper 72 fr.) 

A good reprint of the preceding edition, 
in which the Lettree inid. are idso to be 
found, and to which may be added the 12'. 
impression of the Memoires de Couiangee 
(6fr.) 

A German translation, Brandenburg, 
1818 sq. 8^ In English, Lend, 181 1. 12^ 
9 vols. (2I. 14s.) 

21067 SEWARD, Anna. Poetical 
works, with extracts from her lite- 
rary correspondence. Edited by 
Walter Scott. Edinb. 18 10. 8**. 
3 vols. (il. IIS. 6d.) — Letters, 
written between the years 1784 
and 1807. Lond. 181 1. 8°. 6 vols. 
(B^* 38*) — Anecdotes of some dis- 
tinguished persons. Lond. 1804. 
8^ 4 voll. (il. 168.) 

21068 SEXTUS Empiricus. Opera 



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qufe extant. P)rrrhonianim hypo- 
typoseon libri III. H. Stephano in- 
terprete. Adversus mathematicos 
libri X. Gentiano Herveto inter, 
prete. 6r»ce nunc primum editi. 
Adjungere visum est Pyrrhonis vi- 
tarn, nee non CI. Galeni de optimo 
docendi genere librum. MS. no- 
stri varias lectiones et conjecturas 
margini insertas operi praefiximus. 
Par., Pacard, 1621. fol. 

This edition is no longer sought after. 
The following are only new titles : Aure- 
Karue (also Genevm or CoL AUobr.), Chouet, 
1621. fol. 

21069 — opera, gr. et lat. Pyrrho- 
niar. institutionum libri III. cum 
H. Stephani versione et notis. Con- 
tra mathematicos libri VI. Con. 
tra philosophos libri V. cum ver. 
sione Gentiani Herveti. Grieca ex 
MSS. codd. castigavit, versiones 
emendavit supplevitque, et toti 
operi notas addidit J. Alb. Fabri- 
ciuB. Lps., Gleditsch, 1 7 1 8. fol. 

The best edition, revised from 3 MSS. 
There are also copies on writing paper. 

21070 — opera que supersunt, ex re- 
censione Fabricii. Curavit et com. 
mentariis illustravit J. G. Mund. 
Vol. I. P. I. Hal., Ruff, 1796. 
small 4^ (18 gr.) 

Containing only the text of the HypO' 
iypoeea corrrected in some places, and un- 
finished. A new editor cannot perform 
any thing satisfactory without using the 
Florence MSS., whidi hitherto have not 
been made use of. 

TheDiapuiaiumee on/isotf^D^tf, which were 
erroneously ascribed to Sextus, are in 
Oreek, with J. North*s Latin translation 
in Fabricii Bibl. gr, {ed. vet.) XII. 617 sq. 

21071 — adversus mathematicos 
opus, lat. interprete Gentiano Her. 
veto. Pyrrhoniar. hypotyposeon li- 
bri III. interprete H. Stephano. 
Par., Mt. Juvenis, 1569. fol. 

Other copies mention Antwerp in the 
title as the place of printing. 

21072 — * Pyrrhoniar. hypotyposeon 
libri III. Latine nunc prim, editi 
interprete H. Stephano, cum ejusd. 
annotatt. Excud. H. Stephanus, 
1562. 8^ 



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21073 — les Lipotiposes ou institu- 
tions pirroniennes, trad, du grec 
avec des notes (par Huart). With- 
out place {AmsL), 1725. 12°. 

Lond. 1735. I2^ is only a new title. 

21074 — Sextus Empiricus oder der 
Scepticismus der Griechen. Aus 
dem Oriech. mit Anmerkk. u. Ab- 
handlungen herausgegeben von J. 
Gli. Buhle. B. I. Lemgo, Meyer, 
1801. 8^ (i d. 4 gr.) 

Unfinished, and containing only a trans- 
lation of the Hypotypotet, A translation 
of the first 14 chapters of the ist book 
of the same work by Niethammer is in 
FiiUeborrCt BeUrr. zur Gesch. der Philog. 
I IS St. — C. F. Ad, Beieri ObservaU. mm- 
nulla in Sextum Empir,y in Friedemanni 
ei Seebode Mitcellanea critica I. 96-105. 
That Gasp. Barlisus was thinking of an 
edition of Sextus about 1653 is evident 
from Brantii Epp. claror. viror, Amst., 
1715. 8°. p. 114, and from PL Cumn Epp. 
LB. 1732. 8*. p. 277. 

SEXTUS Platonicus, see Placi- 
TU8. — Pythagoricus, see Sixtus II. 
— Rufus, see Rufus. 

21075 SEYSSEL, CI. de. (anon). 
La victoire du roy contre les veni- 
ciens. Par., AntVerard, 12 Mai, 
15 10. 4®. Gothic letter, with wood- 
cuts. 

47 leaves with 32 lines. Three copies on 
vellum in the Royal library at Paris. A 
4th, 35 fr. Gaignat, 55 fr. Vallifcre, 95 fr. 
McCarthy. A 5th, which wanted the ist 
leaf, was in the possession of Chardin and 
afterwards of Lair. 

21076 — les louenges du roy louys 
XII. de ce nom. Without place 
or date {Par., F^rard, about 1510). 
4°. Gothic letter. 

57 leaves with 32 lines. Three copies 
in the Royal library at Paris (one of which 
previously 50 fr. M*Carthy). 

21077 — explanatio moralis in pri- 
mum caput evangelii d. Lucie. 
Par., in chalcographia Ascensiana^ 

2 leaves of preliminary matter and 1 18 
numbered leaves. A copy on vellum in 
the Maghabechian library at Florence. 

21078 — la grant monarchie de 

France. Par., Chauldiere, 15 19. 

40 

8 leaves of preliminary matter, and 68 



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numbered leaves. A copy on vellum in 
the Royal library at Paris. 

21079 — adversus errores et sectam 

Valdensium disputationes. Par., 

Chauldiere, 1520. 4^. 

12 leaves of preliminary matter and 90 
numbered leaves. A copy on vdlum in 
the Royal library at Paris. 

SFORZIADA, see Simonbta. 

21080 SHAD WELL, Th. Dramatic 
works. Lond. 1720. 12°. 4 vols. 

21081 SHAFTESBURY, Ant., earl 
of. Characteristics of men, man- 
ners, opinions, times. Birming- 
ham, Baskerville, 1773. large 8®. 

3 vols. 

The finest edition. There are copies of 
the edition, Lond. 1727. 8**. 3 vols, on 
large paper. — In German, LpM. 17 76. 8^. 
3 vols. (4 d.) 

21082 SHAKSPEARE, J. Gram- 
mar of the Hindustani language. 
Lond., Cox, 18 13. 4^ (il. is.) 

21083 — dictionary Hindustani and 

English. Lond., Black, 1817. 4^ 

(5I. 15s. 6.) 

Both works, particularly the latter, which 
for the most part is an abridgment of 
Taylor (see below )^ are greatly prized. 
Concerning the grammar, consult Wiener 
Literaturzeit. 1816. p. 1470. 

21084 — Muntakhabat-i-hindi, or se- 
lections in Hindustani, with a ver- 
bal translation and grammatical 
analysis of some part. Lond. 181 7 
-18. 4°. 2 vols. (2I. 2S.) 

21085 SHAKSPEARE, W. Co- 
medies, histories and tragedies. 
Published according to the true ori- 
ginall copies. Lond., Jaggard and 
Blount, 1623. fol. 

The first edition, very scarce, and greatly 
sought after, the copies of which in good 
condition can be counted. It should be 
collated very accurately, as defective copies 
have sometimes been completed with leaves 
from later editions. Those copies, whidi 
are known to be in the best condition, are 1 3 
inches tall and 8<^ broad. The portrait and 
title-plate should be genuine, and neither 
taken from another edition, nor reprinted 
subsequently. Before the title should be a 
leaf of verses by Ben. Johnson to the 
reader, not merely pasted on this leaf, as is 
the case in several copies, but originally 
printed thereon (Dibdin't JEdet Althorp. 
1. 195). If they are only pasted, a sus- 
pidon arises that they are borrowed from 



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the 2nd edition (the mark of distinction see 
in Dibdin^t Library companwuy p. 8io). 
As to the rest, one copy is known which 
has the year 1622 in the genuine title (Li- 
brary companiany p. 814). 

The original sdling price of the book 
was il., but it has risen pxxMligiously in 
more recent times. Cracherode Iwught his 
very fine copy (now in the Britii& mu- 
seimi) for only 81. 18s. 6d., and a complete 
copy was sold in 1787, at Wright's sale, for 
only loL, and at Monro's for only 13I. 
But, since the duke of Rozburghe in 1790 
gave 35I. 148. for his copy, the price has 
risen, as the following sales shew: 1807, 
Reed, 38I.; 1812, Roxburghe, 100I.; 1818, 
Saunders (the finest copy that is known, 
and now Th. Grenville*s property), 121I. 
168.; 1822, Kemble, 112I. 7s. Of existing 
English collectors Hibbert gave 70 guineas 
for his, and Wilbraham 49I. 7s. Thorpe 
offered a copy for 65 1. 

Copies more or less defective and completed 
afterwards at Oarrick's sale (for 34I. 2s. 6d., 
bought by him for il. i6s.); Steevens's 
(?2L); Knight's (29I. i8s. 6d); Perry's 
(28I. I OS.); Stanley's (37I. 16s.) Heber 
bought his copy for lol. 10s. Arch offered 
one for 45 guineas, Longman for 25 1. 
Triphook for lol. (it wanted the title and 
the first 3 leaves.) 

Arch offered all the first 4 editions to- 
gether for 84I., Pickering for 95I., and 
Longman for 105I. 

As to the rest, a reprint faithfully re- 
sembling this edition appeared in 1808 in 
fol. (5I. 5s.) 

21086 — comedies, histories and tra- 
gedies. Published according to the 
true originall copies. The second 
impression. Lond., Th. Cotes for 
Rb. Allot, 1632. fol. 

Finer printed than the first edition, but 
fiir inferior to it not only in scarcity, but as 
has been most recently proved, in correct- 
ness and accuracy, 15I. Roxburghe. Thus 
offered by the following booksellers : 18I. 
1 8s., Baynes; 15I. 15s., Lowndes; lol. 
los., Thorpe; 9I. 9s., Longman; 81. 8s., 
Payne ; 5I. 58., Ardi. In the British mu- 
•eum is Uie copy that formerly belonged to 
Charles I., bought at Steeven's sale for 18I. 
18s. (previously Mead, 2I. 12s. 6d. ; Askew, 

21087 Ed. III. Lond., for P. 

C, 1664. fol. 

The rarest edition after the first (owing 
to the fire of London as is supposed^, and 
probably almost as scarce. It is enlarged 
with the seven pretended or rather suppo- 
sititious pieces of Shakspeare's, but other- 
wise of no peculiar literary worth ; on the 
contrary, it is even more faulty than the 



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preceding edition. There are copies with 
a title-leaf of 1663, which also contains a 
portrait of Shakspeare. The titles of 1664 
are without any portrait. With the title 
of 1663, 25I. Thorpe; with the usual title, 
35I. Roxburghe; 12I. 12s. Lowndes. 

21088 Ed. IV. Lond., Her- 

ringman, 1685. fol. 

Neither particularly scarce, nor of any 
peculiar intrinsic value. Set down in Lack- 
ington's catalogue of 1 790 at only 8s., now 
offered for 61. 6s. by Thorpe. The common 
price is from 3I. 13s. 6d. to 5I. 5s. 

21089 — Works. Revis'd and cor- 
rected with an account of the life 
and writings of the author by N. 
Rowe. Lond., Tonson, 1709. 8^ 

7 vols, with plates. 

The faulty edition of 1685 forms the 
basis. The text is indeed here and there 
corrected without any collation of the ori- 
ginal edition, and without any persevering 
industry, but not without knowledge and 
talent; and this edition has besides the 
merit of being the first to make Shakspeare 
again generally known. There are copies 
on large paper (il. 2s. Reed, 1807). Re- 
peated, Lond, 1 7 14. 12^ 8 vols. 

21090 — plays published by Alex. 
Pope. Lond., Tonson, 1723. 4°. 6 
vols. 

This edition was superintended with more 
spirit and acuteness than industry and ac- 
curacy, and Pope's alterations are often too 
arbitrary. His use of the older editions 
was too negligent ; but the future editors 
learned from him in what way the text 
ought to be corrected. Repeated, ib. 1 728. 
12**. 10 vok. 

21091 — plays, by L. Theobald. 
Lond. 1733. 8°. 7 vols, with plates. 

Theobald collated the older editions with 
greater industry, and corrected the text for 
ihe most part happily from this collation 
and from his own conjectures T which how- 
ever were sometimes too bold), but not so 
often as might have been expected. Even 
Johnson thought his short, yet solid, notes 
worth retaining. — Repeated, t^. 1740, or 
62, or 73. 1 2^ 8 vols. 

21092 ^- works, by Th. Hanmer. 

Ox., at the theatre, 1744-46. large 

4?, 6 vols, with plates. 

The acute criticism and attention to metre 
of this editor, in spite of Warburton's cen- 
sure, must be acknowledged, although he 
sometimes handled the text too arbitrarily. 
Notwithstanding the respectable external 
appearance of this edition, it is still at a 
low price in England, and its plates are of 



1722 



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Htde Talue.— -R^MBted, Ojf. i77i< large 4^. 
6 YoU. (4I. 4S.) 

21093 — works. The genuine text 
(collated with all the former edi- 
tions^ and then corrected and 
emended) is here settled, with a 
comment and notes. By Pope and 
Warburton. Lond., Knapton, 1747. 
8^ 8 voU. 

Pope^s text forms the basis. Warbur- 
ton*8 commentary gives proof of learning, 
but is hasty, his explanations are often 
forced and erroneous, and his conjectures 
frequently very improbable. Against his 
method of handling Shakspeare are di- 
rected, J. Upton's Crii. obsgrvationt on 
Shakspeare. Lond. 1746 or 48. 8**., and 
^EdufarrPs) Canons of erUioism and glos- 
sary. Lond. 1748. 8**. Ed. VII. ib. 
i7<5s. 8'. 

21094 — > works, by Sm. Johnson. 

Lond. 1765. 8°. 8 voll. 

Had Johnson really followed in this edi- 
tion the principles which he laid down in 
his wAid preface, it would have been a very 
excellent edition. But he soon lost his in- 
clination for labour, sought to free him- 
self from it as soon as possible, and the 
disheartening consciousness of this want 
of industry then robbed him of the last 
effort which such an undertaking required. 
His happy conception, his unerring tact, 
and the acute straightforwardness of his 
observations are here only occasionally dis- 
played. W. Kenrtck's Review ofJ.*s new 
edit. qfSh. Lond. 1*^6^. 8**. contains a crude 
animadversion. 

21095 — twenty of the plays of Shak- 
speare, being the whole number 
printed in quarto during his life- 
time or before the restoration. By 
6. Steevens. Lond. 1766. 8^ 4 

vols. 

A real Codex diplonuUioO'CriHcus for 
Shakspeare. Previous editors had collated 
as well and as mudi as they could or they 
chose, and the reader remained in uncer- 
tainty whether they could not or should 
not have done more. A faithful impression 
of the original was the best way to make 
the public a judge thereof, and to bring the 
duty of editors home to them. Twenty plays 
are contained in this edition ; the 1 6, whidi 
are wanting here, remained unprinted until 
the folio edition of 1625. Shakspeare^s 
sonnets after the edition of 1609 are ap- 
pended. 

21096 — comedies, histories and tra- 
gedies, faithfully republished by 



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Ed. CapelL Lond., Leach (1768). 
8**. 10 vols. 

Capell collated the older editions with 
great accuracy, and frequently corrected 
the text according to them, but he did not 
proceed beyond verbal criticism. 

21097 — plays as they are now per- 
formed at the theatres Royal in 
London, regulated from the prompt 
books of each house. With notes 
critical and illustrative. Lond., J. 
Bell, 1773. 8°. 9 vols. 

This edition contains the plays in the 
manner they were performed at tlie Drury 
Lane and Covent Garden theatres. They 
met with such approbation, that the im- 
pression of 8000 copies was sold off in a 
short time. The 9th voL contains Shak- 
speare*s life and poems. 

21098 — plays. With the corrections 
and illustrations of various com- 
mentators, to which are added notes 
by Sm. Johnson and 6. Steevens. 
Lond. 1773. 8°. 10 vols. 

A new but greatly corrected impression 
of Johnson's ^ition, which received herein 
for the first time both critical and ex^e- 
tical treasures from Steevens. 

21099 — plays. With the corrections 
and illustrations of various com- 
mentators, to which are added notes 
by Sm. Johnson and 6. Steevens. 
Ed. II. revised and augmented. 
Lond. 1778. 8°. 10 vols. — In addi- 
tion, Supplement to the edition of 
Sh. plays, published in 1778 by 
Johnson and Steevens, containing 
additional observations by several 
of the former commentators, to 
which are subjoined the genuine 
poems of the same author, and 
seven plays, that have been ascribed 
to him. (By Edmond Malone). 
Lond. 1780. 8°. 2 vols. 

This edition also proves, by its numerous 
corrections and augmentations, the unwea- 
ried persevering spirit of investigation of 
its originator. 

21100 (the title as in the pre- 
ceding.) £d. III. revised and aug- 
mented by the editor of Dodsley's 
collection of old plays (Isaac Reed). 
Lond. 1785. 8^ 10 vols. 

This edition, on account of its many less 
happy alterations and omissions, has not 



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caused the preceding to be diapenied with, 
and it is abo less fiiie in its external ap- 
pearance. 

21101 — dramatic writings, with the 
notes of all the various commen- 
tators. Lond.^ Bell, 1785-87. large 

18°. 76 parts in 20 vols. 

The text is that of Johnson and Steevens 
according to the edition of 1778. Two 
plates are annexed to each play. A copy 
of this neat edition on large paper was sold 
at Steevens*s sale for 1 7L 1 7s. Longman 
offered another for 15I. There is a copy 
on vellum of the play, Much ado about 
noihinfff of this edition, (2I. 2S. Longman.) 

21102 — dramatic works, with expla- 

natory notes, and a copious index 

to the remarkable passages and 

words, by Sm. Ayscough. Lond. 

1 790. large 8°. 3 vols. 

A tolerably neat edition, printed with 
very small diaracters in double columns. 
Repeated, ib. 1807. 8". 3 vols. (3L 12s.) 

21103 — plays and poems, with cor- 
rections, illustrations etc. by various 
commentators, and essays and notes 
by Edmond Malone. Lond. 1790. 
8°. 1 1 vols, with plates. 

Particularly important in an exegetical 
point of view. Malone took, especial pains 
to dear up the time of the first appearance 
of each play. There are copies on fine 
paper. 

21104 — dramatic works, revised by 

6. Steevens. Lond., printed by 

Bulmer, 1791-1804. large fol. 18 

parts in 9 vols, on vellum paper 

with plates. 

An edition of dazzling splendour, which 
alderman John Boydell undertook at an 
immense and irreparable expense (consult 
NemmehU Neueste Reite, p. 149). It cost 
42I. with the 95 plates of text. But be- 
sides these 100 plates of the largest size 
belong to these 9 vols., which form 1 vols., 
and alone cost 63L Some copies of the 
first Nos. only were struck off on very 
laige paper, equal in size to the large 
plates. The price has more recently fallen 
in some degree (94I. los. for all 1 1 vols.). 

21105 — plays, with the corrections 
and illustrations of various com- 
mentators. To which are added 
notes by Sm. Johnson and O. Stee- 
vens. Ed. IV. revised and aug- 
mented (with a glossarial index) by 
the editor of Dodsley's collection of 



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old plays. Lond., Longman, 1793. 
large 8°. 15 vols, with plates. 

Steevens and Reed superintended this 
edition, on which the greatest possible in- 
dustry was employed, and in which what 
was unsatisfectory in the edition of 1785 
was supplied by these editors in con- 
junction certainly; still it is usually only 
called Steevent^s ediiion, because he re- 
served the revision of the text exclusively 
to himself. There are 25 copies on laige 
paper, which have been sold for 29L, nay 
eveu for 39I. iis. Concerning lord Spen- 
cer's illustrated copy, see Dtddin's JSdet 
AUhorp. I. 206 sq. 

21106 — works, with a glossary. 
Lond. 1797. 8°. 7 vols. Also on 
large paper. 

21107 — plays. Lond. 1800. small 
8^. 12 vols, with plates. 

21108 — plays etc. (as in No. 2 1 105.) 
Ed. V. revised by Isaac Reed. 
Lond. 1803. 8^. 21 vols, with 
plates. Also on large paper. 

This edition contains the richest and 
most complete apparatus about Shakspeare, 
and is enlarged with the notes Steevens 
left behind him in MS. A new and fine 
impression appeared, Lond. 18 13. 8°. ai 
vols. (12L f 2s., on large paper 18L i8s.) 

21109 — plays accurately printed 
from the text of Johnson and Stee- 
vens. Lond., Bensley, 1803. large 
8°. 8 vols, with woodcuts (4I. 4s.). 

A fine edition of the mere text, of which 
there are copies on very laige paper (81. 8s.) 
Vanpraet^s 2nd Catalogue des livres impr. 
8ur vilhit II. 186, indicates a copy on vel- 
lum in 20 vols., of another London edition, 
1803-5. ^* ^^ woodcuts, and a selection 
of notes. 

21110 — phiys, printed from the text 
of Steevens, with a selection of use- 
ful notes, and a life of Sh. by 
Alex. Chalmers, and plates from 
Henry Fuseli's designs. Lond. 
1805. large 8°. 9 vols. (9I., on large 

paper lol.) 

llie same edition also appeared in 9 vols, 
small 8°. (on fine paper with plates 5I. 8s., 
on ordinary paper without plates 3I. 12s.) 

21111 — plays, with notes of various 
commentators, edited by Manley 
Wood. Lond. 1806. 12°. 14 vols, 
with plates (61. 6s., on large paper 

I2I. 128.). 

21112 — plays from the text of John- 



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son and Steevens. Lond. 1807. 
large 4^ 6 vols. (15I. 158.) 
With plates by Heath. 

21113 — plays. Lond.^ Ballantyne, 
1807. 8". I a vols. (61. 6s., on large 
paper lol. i6s.) 

With neat vignettes. Only the copies 
on large paper are fine. As the previous 
project of 5 introductory volumes was again 
given up, the title-mark of the ist vol. is 
throughout Vol. II. — The stereotyped edi- 
tion bv Wilson, Lond. 181 1 or 14. 12°. 12 
vols. 18 furnished with 37 woodcuts after 
Thurston*s designs. 

21114 — the family Shakspeare, by 

Th. Bowdler. Ed. II. Lond. 1822. 

18°. 10 vols. (3I. 3 s.) 

In this edition aU the more free and of- 
fensive passages are omitted. Previously, 
Lond. 1 8 18. 18**. 9 voIa. 

21115 — plays and poems, with cor- 
rections of various commentators, 
by Edmond Malone, edited by Jam. 
Boswell. Lond. 1821. 8^ 21 vols, 
with plates ([2I. 12s.) Also on 

large paper. 

A new and greatly enlarged repetition of 
Malone*8 edition of 1790, in which the 
MSS. papers which he left behind him 
have been made use of. It ought to 
be bound up with Steevens*s and Reed*s 
edition of 1803 or 181 3, so greatly are 
opinions in England divided respecting 
them. 

21116 — plays, accurately printed 

from the text of the corrected 

copies left by Steevens and Malone^ 

edited by Alex. Chalmers. Lond. 

1823. 8°'. 8 vols. (3I. I2S.) 

The following smaller editions may be 
noticed: Lond., Sharpe, 1803 or 10. 34^ 
9 vols. ib,y Walker, 1811. I8^ 8 vols, 
with plates (il.). %b.,WhiUingham, 18 r5. 
i8». 7 vols. (iL 8s.) ib., id., 1821. I8^ 
9 vols, with woodcuts (il. lis.). The 
smallest edition is, Lond,, WhilHngham, 
1833. 12". (iL IS.) It is extremely neatly 
printed in the diamond type, and scarcely 
an inch thick. — In the following articles I 
shall notice the oldest edition of the single 
genuine plays, according to the chronolo- 
gical order of their appearance. 

21117 — King Richard II. Lond., 

Val. Simmes, 1597. 4°. 

The 1st edition extremely scarce. The 
2nd, t^M id., 1598. 4^ (lol. duke of Marl- 
borough.) The 3rd, ib,, W. W., 1608. 4°. 



SHA 

(lol. Steevens.) ib. 1615. 4^ (us* 6d. 
Oordon, 1816.) 

21118 — King Richard III. Lond., 
Saris, 1597. 4''. 

Also, Lond. 1600. 4''. 

21119 — Romeo and Juliet. Lond., 
Danter, 1597. 4°. 

Bought by Kemble for 50I. A 2nd edi- 
tion, Lond., Creede, i599> 4*** (61. Stee- 
vens.) Also, Lond. 1637. 4^ (7I. yn. 
Rhodes 1825., lol. los. Marlborough.) 

21120 — love's labour lost. Lond., 
W. W., 1598. 4°. 

40I. Bindley, 1820, 5I. lis., Rhodes, 
1825. Also, i6. 1631. 4**. 7I. 7s. Rhodes, 
182c. 

21121 — Henry IV. Part I. Lond , 
P. S., 1598. 4°. 

Also, ib., S. S., 1599. 4**. (3L IDS. Stee- 
vens, 1 81. 7s. 6d. duke of Marlborough.) 

21122 — Henry IV. Part II. Lond., 
V. S., 1600. 4°. 

There are corrected copies, in which sig- 
nature E has 5 leaves (3I. 13s. 6d. Stee- 
vens.) — The 2nd part of Henry IV. Land. 
1608. 4^ (15I. I OS. Rhodes.) 

21123 — Henrv V. Lond., Th. 
Creede, 1600. 4°. 

27I. 6s. Steevens. 2nd edition, ib. 1602. 
4°* 3rd edition, ib. 1608. 4**. (5I. 7s. 6d. 
Bindley.) 

21 124 — Merchant of Venice. Lond., 
J. R. for. Th. Heyes, 1600. 4°. 

22I. IS. Bindley, 52I. los. Rhodes. An- 
other edition of Uie same year. Lend., Jam. 
Roberta, 1600. 4**. (2I. 2s. Steevens, 13I. 
138. Rhodes.) 

21125 — midsummer night's dream. 
Lond., Th. Fisher, 1600. 4°. 

25I. I OS. Steevens, 22I. los. Bindley. A 
and edition of the same year, Lond., Jam. 
Roberts, 1600. 4**. 

21126 — much ado about nothing. 
Lond., V. S., 1600. 4°. 

26I. I OS. Steevens, 17I. 178. Bindley. 

21127 — merry wives of Windsor. 
Lond., T. C, 1602. 4®. 

28L Steevens, 18I. Bindley. A 2nd edi- 
tion, Lond. 1 619. 4**. (7L 7s. Rhodes-) 

21128 — the tragical historie of Ham- 
let prince of Denmarke. Lond., 
printed for N. L. {Landure) and J. 
Trundell, 1603. 4°. 

31 leaves. The first edition, extremely 
scarce, which however only contains the 
play in a shorter form, as it was de- 



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signed for acting. The duke of Devon- 
shire piirduuied the only known copy, 
which was discovered in 1834, for looL 
(Consult lAierary GoMeUe 1835, ^o* 5^ 
p. 197 sq-) A verbal reprint, Lmd^ Payne 
and F08S, 1835. 8°. 

21129 — the tragicall historie of 
Hamlet, prince of Denmarke. 
Newly imprinted and enlarged to 
almost as much again as it was^ ac- 
cording to the true and perfect 
coppie, Lond., Landure, 1604. 4**. 

60 leaves. This likewise very scarce 
edition contains the play complete for the 
6rst time, and in the form m which it 
came out of the poet*s hands. A 2nd edi- 
tion, Land. 1605. 4*". The 3rd edition, t6., 
for Smeihwickef without date. 4**. (4L 4B. 
Bindley.) Also, Lond. 1607, 1609, 161 1 
(61. I OS. Rhodes), 1637 (^^ Wolfenbattel), 
all in 4°. — Hamlet tragedUt iraduxida e 
iltutrada am la vida del atUar y noUu oru 
Heat, por Inarco Celenio (Leandro Mora- 
tin). Madr. 1 798. 4*". with phites. 

21130 — King Lear. Lond., Butter^ 

1608. 4". 

There are 3 editions of this date, the 
oldest of which commences with signature 
B (38I. Steevens, and a defective copy lol. 
Rhodes.) 

21131 — taming of the shrew. Lond., 

V. S., 1607. 4". 

4oL Steevens. The play however is not 
that of ShakspeareV Also, Land, 1631. 4". 

21132 — Troilus and Cressida. Lond., 
G. Eld, 1609. 4*^. 

5L I OS. Steevens. 

21133 — Othello. Lond., N. O., 1622. 

The scarcest original edition of one of 
8hakspeare*s single pUys after Hamlet 
(991. 8s. Steevens, 5 61. 14s. Bindley, 19I. 
I OS. Gilchrist, 42I. Rhodes.). 

21134 — tragedie trad, da Mch. Le- 
oni. Verona, 1819-21. 8°. 6 vols. 

21135 — Shakspeare trad, de Fan- 

glais (par le Toumeur, le comte de 

Catuelan, et Fontaine-Malherbe). 

Par., Duchesne, 1776-82. 8°. 20 

voU. 

From the 3rd vol. le Toumeur alone su- 
perintended this very free and but little 
successful translation. There are also co- 
pies on lai^ pAper in 4°. 

21136 — oeuvres completes, trad, de 

Tangl. par le Toumeur*. Nouv. 

edit, revue et corrigee par Fr. Gui- 
VOL. IV. 



SUA 



17«5 



zot et A. P(icliot). Par., Ladvocat, 
1821-22. 8°. 12 voll. (60 fr., on 
large vellum paper 180 fr.) 

21137 — Schauspiele, aus dem Engl, 
libs, von Cp. Mt. Wieland. Ziir., 
Orell, 1762-66. 8^ 8 voll. (8 d.) 

21138 — Schauspiele, von J. Jo. 
Escbenburg. Ziir., Orell, 1775-82. 
8". 13 voll. (13 d.) Strb. u. Man- 
heim, 1778-79. 8°. 19 voll. — Neue 
ganz umgearb. Aufl. Ziir. 1798- 
1 806. 8®. 1 2 voll. ( 1 1 d. 8 gr., on 
writing paper 20 d. 16 gr.) 

In addition, J. Jo, Esehenburg Qber W. 
Shakepeare, Ziir. 1787 or 1806. 8^ (id.) 

21139 — dramat. Werke, ubs. von 
A. W. Schlegel. Berl., Unger, 
1 797-1 8 10. 8°. 9 voll. (5 d. 4 gr., 
on writing paper 10 d., on vellum 
paper 15 d. 20 gr.) — Sammtlicbe 
Werke, ubs. von A. W. v. Schlegel, 
erganzt u. erlautert von L. Tieck. 
Berl.^ Reimer, 1825. 8°. 9 voll. 
(4 d., on fine paper 5 d., on veUum 
paper 6 d. 16 gr.) 

Of the latter edition only vols. I. II. and 
IV. have appeared. 

21140 — Schauspiele. Uebs. von J. 

II. Voss u. dessen Sohnen H. u. 

Abr. Voss. B. 1-3. Lpz., Brock- 

haus, 1818-19. (9 d.) B. 4-6. 

Stuttg.» Metzler, 1822-25. 8°. 

(9d.) 
It is going on. 

21141 — dramat. Werke, ubs. u. er- 
laut. von J. W. O. Benda. Lpz., 
Goscben, 1825. 16°. 16 voll. (4 d.) 

21142 — Tonneelspelen, naar het 
Engelsche en het Hoogduitsche 
vertaald (by Bn. Bruoius and 
others). Amst., Borchers, 1778- 
82. 8°. 5 voll. 

No more seems to have appeared — 
Of Shakspeare's Dramatuke vaerher, over^ 
taite of P, Foenom og forUat af P. F, 
Wulffy vols. 5-9 appeared, Kopenh, 181 7. 
21.8'. 

21143 — Shakspeare and his times, 

by Nathan Drake. Lond. 181 7. 4°. 

2 vols, with 2 plates (5I. 5s., on 

large paper 7I. 7s.). Six old plays 

on which Shaksp. founded his plays, 

edited by Nichols. Lond. 1779. 8°. 
5U 



1726 



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2 vols. Ed. H. Seymour remarks 
critical, conjectural and explanatory 
upon the plays of Sh. Lond. 1805. 
8°. 2 vols. (il. IS.) Fr. Douce il- 
lustrations of Shakspeare, and of 
ancient manners. Lond. 1807. 8^. 
2 vols. (il. I IS. 6d.) 

A chronological list of the earlier expla- 
natory works is in Steevens^s edition of 
1793, T. I. p. 462-471. It would be well 
worth the trouble to compose a separate 
Bihlioiheca Shakspereana out of this list, 
and the other bibliographical notices which 
are to be found in the English editions, 
with the addition of the foreign accounts. 

21144 — Sonnets. Never before im- 
printed. Lond., 6. £ld, 1609. 4°. 

8opage8. 

The first edition and extremely scarce ; 
it contains 154 sonnets and a poem, A 
lover's oampkuni, in stanzas of 7 lines. 
Offered for sale by Longman in 18 15 at 
30I., and sold at the duke of Mariborough*s 
sale in 1819 for 57I. 

21145 *- poems. Lond.^ Th. Cotes, 
1640. 8^ 

Also, Lond. 1725. 4?, (t^.), Th. Evans 
(1774). 8°. ib. 1804. S"". 2 vols. (12s.), and 
in several editions of Shakspeare. 

21146 — miscellaneous papers and 
legal instruments under the hand 
and seal of W. Shakspeare, includ- 
ing the tragedie of King Lear and 
a small fragment of Hamlet ; from 
the original MSS. in the possession 
of Sm. Ireland. Lond. 1796. large 
fol. 

This deception of the younger Ireland 
Malone best discovered in his Inquiry inio 
the authenHeUy qf eertoin miteeUaneous 
papers etc Lond. 1 796. 8*. with 3 plates. 
The entire history of the controversy is 
most complete in J. Joh. Eschenburg fiber 
den vofrgAl, Fund Shaksp. Handschriften. 
LpM. 1797. 8**. (14 gr.) fAlso in the 
Deuisehen Monatssehf^t 1 796. B III, and 
1797. B. I. and II.) Consult also The 
eonfessions of W. H, Ireland^ oontaimng 
his fabrioaiUm qf the Shakspeare manw- 
scripts. Lond. 1805. 8°. (7s. 6d.^ In the 
duke of Marlborough *8 library sold by auc- 
tion at liondon in 181 9 was the following 
MS., A full and exjUanatory account of 
the Shakspearian forgery^ by mys^ the 
writer, W. H. Ireland, which Mr. Jervis 
bought for 30I. 9s. In the catalogue was 
the following note to it, Ireland's own ma- 
nuseripty eoniaining his original documents, 
eoniracts and indentures of Shakspeare, 



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with his Love verses to Anne Hatherway, 
with a lock of his hair ; illusirated with 
drawings by fVestatt, the Irelands etc, 
portraits and engravings qf many qf the 
principal persons and places mentioned by 
Shakipeare. 

SHARPS, see Posts. 

21147 SHAW, O. Museum Leve- 
rianum, containing select specimens 
from the museum of Ashton Lever, 
with descript. in lat. and engl. 
(Lond.) 1792. 4^ 2 vols, with illu- 
minated plates. 

21148 — general zoology or natural 
systematical history. Lond. 1800- 
19. large 8°. 11 parts in 22 vols, 
with plates (2 81. 17s. 6d.). 

Containing about i4>oo plates. There are 
copies with illuminated plates, and also 
copies on very large paper. The author 
died after the appeannoe of the 8th toI., 
and J. F. Stephens continued the work. 

21149 — zoological lectures. Lond. 
1809. large 8°. 2 vols, with plates 
(2I. I2S. 6d.). Also on very large 
paper. 

21150 — the naturalists miscellany, 
or coloured figures of natural ob- 
jects, drawn and described imme- 
diately from nature by Shaw and 
Nodder. Lond. (1789 sq.). 8°. with 

illuminated plates. 

228 numbers in 19 vols, had appeared of 
this periodical up to 1808, and in 1815 it con- 
sisted of 1064 illuminated plates (33I. 178.). 
The zoological miscellany by £{fonl Leach, 
which has appeared since February 1814 
in monthly parts of 5 plates, is a new 
series. 

21151 SHAW, Th. Travels or ob- 
servations relating to several parts 
of Barbary and the Levant. Oxf. 
1738. Supplem. ib. 1746. fol. 2 
vols, with plates. 

There are copies on large paper. Also, 
l^ond. 1757. 4^ with plates. Lond. 1808. 
8^ 1 vols, with plates (188.). In French, 
Haye, 1743. 4^ 2 vols, with plates. In 
German, Lpz. 1765. 4**. 

21152 SHAW, W. Gaelic English 
and English Gaelic dictionary, con* 
taining all the words in the Scotch 
and Irish diidects of the Celtic. 
Lond. 1780. 4''. 2 vols. — Analysis 

of the Gallic language. Lond. 1778. 

40 



SHE 

SHEFFIELD, see Buckingham. 

21153 SHELDRAKE, Timothy. 
Botanicum medicinale, an herbal of 
medical plants. Lond., without date 
(about 1759). fol. with 1 17 iUumi- 
nated plates. 

21154 SHENSTONE, W. Works 
in verse and prose. Lond. 1 764. 8°. 
2 vols. Lond. 1773. 12°. 3 vols. 
Lond. 1 791. 8°. 4 vols. — Poetical 
works. Lond. 1798. 12°. 2 vols, 
with plates. Lond., Suttaby, 1807. 
I8^ Lond. 1 814. 12°. 

21155 SHEPHERDS kalendar, or 
the citizen's and countryman's daily 
companion. Lond., without date. 
8^ 

21156 — the kalendar of shyppars, 
translatyt of Franch in Engiysh. 
Par., 23 Juyng 1503. fol. Gothic 
letter with woodcuts. 

Sold at the Roxburghe sale for 180I. Also, 
LofuLy Wffnkyn de WordSy 1508 or 1528. 
4*^. Gothic letter. Without place or date 
(LomL, R. Pynaon). fol. Oothic letter. 
LomLy Julian Notary y 15... fol. Oothic 
letter (the only known copy is defective). 

Consult also Compost and Schapher- 

DER. 

21157 SHERIDAN, Rch. Brinsley. 
Dramatic works, edited by Th. 
Moore. Lond., Murray, 1821. 8^ 
2 vols. (il. 8s.) — Parliamentary and 
other speeches and memoirs. Lond. 
1 8 16. 8°. 5 vols. (3L 3s.)— J. Wat. 
kins Memoirs of the public and pri- 
vate life of Sheridan. Lond. 1817. 
4°. 2 vols, with plates (3I. 3s.). 
Also, Lond. 1817. 8°. 2 vols, 
(il. 8s.) 

21158 SHERIDAN, Th. General 
dictionary of the Engl, language. 

Lond. 1780 or 89. 4°. 2 vols. 

Ed. III. Lond. 1790. 8*. 2 vols, and 
often, is an abridgment thereof. 

21159 SHIRREF, And. Poems, 
chiefly in the Scotish dialect. E. 
dinb. 1790. 8°. 

21160 SHUEK. Nufhut-ool.Yu- 
mun ; an Arabic miscellany of com- 
positions in prose and verse, se- 
lected or original, by Shuekh Uh- 
mud (i. e. Sheikh Ahmad). Cal- 
cutta, 1 811. large 4°. 



SIB 



1727 



21161 — ichwan-oos suffa, in the ori- 
ginal Arabic; revised and edited 
by the same. Calcutta, 1812. large 
8°. 

21162 SIBBALD, J. Cronicle of 
Scotish poetry horn the 13 th cen. 
tury to the union, with a glossary. 
Lond. t8o2. 8^ 4 vols. 

A collection of memorials of Scottish 
poetry with explanatory annotations. The 
4th vol. contains a very important glossary 
of not less than 6000 words. Consult 
Edinburgh review. III. 198. 

21163 SIBBALD, Kb. Scotia illus- 
trata, sive prodromus historise na- 
turalis (Scotiae). Edimburgi, 1684 
(other copies 1696). fol. with plates. 
Also on large paper. 

21164 — historical inquiries concern- 
ing the Roman monuments in Scot- 
land. Edinb. 1707. fol. ^vith plates. 

21165 SIBHAI sibjan. (The rose 
garland of boys, a small Arabic and 
Turkish glossary for scholars to 
learn by heart, otherwise called 
Mahmudije). Constantinop. 1221 
(1797). 8°. 33 pages. 

21166 SIBTHORP, J. Flora Oxoni- 
ensis, exhibens plantas in agro 
Oxon. sponte crescentes. Ox. 1 794. 
large 8°. 

21167 — flora gneca, sive plantar, 
rarior. historia, quas in provinciis 
aut insulis Oraecis legit et depingi 
curavit J. Sibthorp. Characteres 
omnium, descriptiones et synonyma 
elaboravit Jac. Ed. Smith. Lond., 
Taylor, 1806 sq. fol. 

There are as yet 5 vols., each of 2 Nos. 
with 50 illuminated plates (designed by 
Fr. Bauer, engraved and coloured by Sow- 
erby.) Each vol. costs a^l. This splendid 
work, of which a small impression only 
was struck off, is designed to be in 10 vols., 
which are to contain 1000 plates. 

21168 (SIBYLLA.) Sibyllinor. 

oraculor, libri VIII. nunc prim. 

in lucem editi (gr.) Adjecta quoque 

sunt Lactantii excerpta de his tes- 

timonia, cum annotationibus, per 

Xystum Betulejum. Bas., J. Opo. 

rinus, 1545. small 4°. 

104 pages, and 8 unnnmbered leaves. 
5U2 



1728 



SIB 



-The I ft edition of the entire oollectiim 
after an Augsburg MS. In addition^ Seb. 
Castalio*8 Latin translation, Bos. 1546. 8". 
— Previously, SibylUe Erythr. carmina de 
Chritto in the TheocrUut Aid* 1495. 

21169 — Sibyllinor. oraculor. libri 
VIII. (gr.) addita Sb. CastaUonis 
interpretatione latina. Cum anno- 
tatt. Xysti Betuleji in grseca Si- 
byllina oracula et Seb. Castalionis 
in translationem suam. Bas., J. 
Oporinus, 1555. 8°. 

335 ?^S^ <^od I leaf. The text is cor- 
rooted from a MS. of Marcus Antinuichus. 

21170 — Sibyll» oracula, gr. Par., 
6u. Morellius, 1566. 4°. 

21171 — Sibyllina oracula ex vett. 
codd. aucta, renovata et notis il- 
lustrata a J. Opsopoeo, cum inter- 
pretatione latina Seb. Castalionis et 
indice. Par., {ad insigne navis), 
1599. 8°. with plates, 8 leaves of 
preliminary matter, 524 and 71 

5 ages, and 1 leaf. — Oracula metrica 
ovis, Apollinis, Hecates, Sera, 
pidis et alior. deorum ac vatum 
tam virorum quam feminarum, a 
J. Opsopoeo coUecta. Item As- 
trampsychi oneirocriticon a Jos. 
Scaligero digestum et castigatum. 
Greece et lat. Par. 1599. 8°. p. VII 
-XXIV. 1-114 and 3 leaves. — 
Oracula magica Zoroastris cum 
Bcholiis Plethonis et Pselli nunc 
prim, editis. £ bibliotheca regia. 
Studio J. Opsopoei. Par. 1599^. 8*^. 
1 leaf, title, and p. 7-144. 

A complete copy of this fine edition 
ought to consist tk these 3 pieces. The 
editor made use of a MSS., and MS. ob- 
servations by Ranoonnet, Adr. Tumebus, 
and J. Auratus. There are no more any 
copies on large paper, than there is an 
earlier edition of 1589. 

21172 (the same title). Par., 

(ad insigne navis), 1607. S°. 

A new unaltered, bnt incorrect impres- 
sion of the preceding edition, the collation 
of which will completely suit this. 

21173 — Sibyllina oracula ex vett. 
codd. emendata ac restituta, et com- 
mentariis diversorum illustrata, op. 
et stud. Servatii Gallni. Accedunt 
etiam oracula magica ZoroHstris, 
Jovis, Apollinis etc, Astrampsychi 
oneirocriticum etc. Orsece et lat. 



SIB 

com notis varior. Amst.^ Boom, 

1689. 4°- 

791 and 137 pages. A new recension 
from a MS. in the possession of the Oxford 
professor, Ed. Bernard, and a careful collect- 
ion of the exegetical apparatus that has hi- 
therto appeared. There should be also 
added, Serv. GaUm DiMtertt. de SibyUii 
earumque oraeuiit. AnuL, Boom, 1688. 
4°. There are copies of both worics on 
huge paper. 

21174 — SibyUne liber XIV. (gr. 
lat.) editore et interprete Ang. 

• Majo. Additur sextus liber et pars 

octavi cum multa vocum et versuum 

varietate. Mediol., regiis typis, 

1817. 8°. 56 pages. 
There are also copies in 4°. 

21175 — fragmenta libror. Sibyllinor. 
quae apud Lactantium reperiuntur, 
edid. C. L. Struve. Regiom., Nico- 
lovius, 1818. 8®. (12 gr.) 

21176 — opusculum de vaticiniis 
Sibyllar. Oppenheim, without date 
(about 15 16). 4°. with woodcuts, 
17 leaves. 

21177 — Sibyllanim duodecim ora- 
cula, ex antiquo libro latine per 
J. Auratum et gallice per CI. Bi- 
netum edita, cum eorundem iigiiris 
a J. Rabellio expressis. Par., J. 
Rabel, 1586. fol. 

20 leaves, with plates printed in the text. 
The following work differs therefrom in 
the text and plates; XII. Sibjfttar. •ma' 
ffinstj in «t eleganter ineisiB : addUee Jtn- 
gularum InreveM deseriptianet. AmhemU, 
J. Jansson, 1618. fol. a printed title, and 

L plates. Beachryvinge en heerfyke Af- 
idinge der twalf StbyUen. Amei. 1608. 
fol. with 1 2 plates by C. van Sichem. 

21178 — oraculos de las doze Sibilas, 
por Baltasar Poreiio. Cuenca, 162 1. 
8». 

21179 — la Deifobe, ovvero gli ora- 
coli della Sibilla Cumea. Mouodia 
di Bernardino Baldi. Ven., Ciotti, 
1604. 8®. 

21180 — Offenbarung der Sibyllen 
Weissagungen. Oppenheim, 15 16. 
4^*. with woodcuts, 4 and 22 leaves. 
— Zwolff Sibyllen Weissagungen, 
viel wunderbarer zukunift besa- 
gendt. Without place or date 
(1570-80). 8^ — Oracula Sibyllina 
oder 9 Bucher Sibyllin. Weissagun- 



SIB 

gen^ aus der Griecb. in die deutsche 
Sprache iibei^esetzet u. erlautert 
von J. Ch. Nehring. Essen, 1 702. 
8^. 2. verb. u. verm. Ausg. Halle, 
1719. 8°. 

21181 — tbe Sibylline oracles, trans- 
lated from the best Greek copies, 
and compared with the sacred pro- 
phecies, by J. Floyer. Lond., 

bruges^ ^7«3- 8°- 

21182 — Erasmi Schmidii SibvUina. 
Witt. 1618. 8°. J. Marckii De 
libris Sibyllinis disputatt. Franeq. 
1682. 8^ Is. Vossius De SibyHis 
aliisque oraculis. Ox. 1680. 8°. 
Rch. Simonii Opuscula critica adv. 
Is. Vossium. Edinb. 1685. 4"^. 
J. Reiske Exercitatt. de vaticiniis 
Sibyllinis. Lps. 1688. 8^ J.Jensii 
Diss, de Sibyllinis Romanor. car- 
minibus. Dordr. 1701. 8"*. J. F. 
Weidleri Diss, ad locum Sibylls 
Erythr. lib. III. Witt. 17 13. 8°. 
Sm. Reichel Comm. de libris Si- 
byllinis ad Tarquinium Priscum 
venum allatis. Chemnicii, 1 760. 4°. 
Birgeri Thorlacii libri Sibyllistarum 
veteris ecdesis crisi, quatenus mo- 
numenta Christiana sunt^ subjecti. 
Havn. 1 815. 8°. 

21183 SICARD, Roche Ambr. Cours 
d'instruction d'un sourd-muet. Par. 
an 8 (1800). 8°. — Th^orie des 
signes pour Tinstruction des sourds- 
muets. Par. 1808-14. 8°. 2 voU. 

21184 SICCAMA, Sibrand. Lex 
Frisionum s. antiquoe Frisionum 
leges, notis illustratae a Sibrando 
Siccama. Accedunt statuta opstal- 
bomica, Saxonum leges tres et Ca- 
roli M. capitularia duo de rebus 
Saxonise. Omnia cum notis C. Gu. 
Gaertneri. Lps. 1730. 4®. 

Previously, Franek. 1617. 4^ 

SICILI^, see Torremuzza. 

21185 SICCO Polentone. Catinia 
comedia, scritta in prosa volgare. 
Trento, 28 Marcii 1482. 4°. 

The finit Italian comedy in prose. Sioco 
wrote it in Latin prose about the middle of 
the 15th century, and it was afterwards 
translated into Italian Tprohably by his 
■on^ Modesto Polentone}. This edition, 



SID 



17«9 



whidi is not divided into acts and scenes, 
is very scaroe. Consult Fontanini bj 
Zeno, T. I. p. 358. 

SICULUS, see Diodorus. 

21186 SIDDHANTA» Kaumudi. 
Sanscrit grammar. Calcutta, 181 2. 
large 4°. 

SIDDUR Tephilloth, see Tephil. 

LOTH. 

SIDETA, see Marcellus. 

21187 SIDNEY, Algernon. Dis- 
courses concerning government, with 
his letters etc, Lond. 1 773. large 8". 

The best edition. Also, Lond. 1 704 or 
51. fol. ib. 1750 or 94. 8*. 3 vols. In 
French by P. A. Samson, Haye^ 1701. 
small 8". 3 vols, (the finest edition). Also, 
•6. 1 755. 1 2**. 4 vols, and often. In Ger. 
man by Ch. Dn. Erhard, LpM, 1793. 8^. 
a vols. (5 d.) 

21188 SIDNEY, Ph. Works in 
prose and verse. Lond. 1725. 8°. 
3 vols. 

21189 — Arcadia, book 1-3. Lond., 

Posonbie, 1590. 4°. 

The 1st edition of this often printed ro- 
mance. AhM)) Lond. 159.^, 1598, 1633, 
1633, 1655. fol. and often In French 
(by J. Baudoin), Par. 1624-35. 8**. 3 vols. 
In German by Valent. Theocritus von 
Hirsdiberg, Ff. a. M, 1639. 4". with 
plates by Merian (5 books). Superintended 
by Alt. Opitz, Ff. 1643. 8*"- ^ith the same 
plates (6 books). Leyden^ 1642. 12**. and 
Anut, 1659. I2^ 2 vols, with plates. 

SIDONIUS Apollinaris, see Apol- 

LINARIS. 

21190 SIDRAC. La fontaine de 
toutes sciences du philosophe Syd- 
rach. Par., Ant. Verar*), 20 Febr. 
1486. fol. Gothic letter. 

The I St edition, extremely scaroe. 

21191 — la fontaine des toutes 

scieces du philozopbe Sydrach. 

Par., Ant. V^rard, without date 

(about 140). fol. Gothic letter, 

with woodcuts. 

186 leaves in 2 columns, with 37 lines, 
and signatures. The 2nd edition, a copy 
of which, on vellum, is in the Royal li- 
brary at Paris (previously 200 fr. Gaignat, 
299 fr. 95 c. McCarthy). 

21192 — Sydrach le grand philosophe, 
fontaine de toutes sciences, con te- 
nant mil quatre vingts et quatre 
demandes et solutions d'iceUes. Par., 

SU3 



1730 



SID 



Alain Lotrian^ without date. 4°. 
Gothic letter. 

21193 — mil nil. Vingtz et quatre 
demandes auec les Solutions et Re- 
sponses a tous propoz, oeuure cu- 
rieux et moult recreatif, selon le 
saige Sidrac. Par., Galliot Dupr^, 

1531. 8^ 

32 leaves of preliminary matter, 171 
numbered leaves, and i leaf with the 
printer*8 symboL This edition, in Roman 
characters, is sought after in France. 

21194 — een schoone Historie ge- 
hyeten Sydrac, welke Sydrac was 
een philosooph ende was op aer- 
trike duisend jaer voor Goods ge- 
boorten. Leiden, 1495. fol. 

21195 — Historie des Philosops Sy- 
drack. Antw. 15 16. fol. 

Concerning a MS. of a Dutch work in 
rhyme of the 14th century, see Biblhth. 
Uffbnbach, mantucr. P. IV. p. 31. 

21196 — the history of king Boccus 
and Sydracke^ how he confounded 
his lemed men. Lond., Godfrey, 
without date. 4°. Gothic letter. 

Extremely scarce, and sold at the duke 
of Marlborough's sale in 1819 for 35I. 14s. 

The probably Latin original of this work 
was composed in the 13th century, consult 
Opuscoii di auiari SiciUanij T. XII. p. 138 
sq. There is also an unprinted Italian 
translation, see FartetH BiUioL manO' 
aeritta, II. 97 sq. 

21197SIEBENKEES, J. Ph., Anec- 
dota grffica e prasstantissimis ita- 
licar. bihliothecar. codicibus. Edid. 
et praef. est J. Ad. Goez. Nrb., 
Stein, 1798. 8°. (20 gr.) 

21198 SIEBMACHER, J. Das 
grosse u. vollstandige, anfangs Sieb- 
macherische, hernacher Fiirstische 
u. Helmerische, nun aber Weige- 
lische Wappenbuch in 6 Theilen, 
mit einer Vorr. von J. D. Kohler. 
Nrb., Weigel, 1734. fol. — is- 12s 
Supplement. Nrb., Raspe, without 
date, fol with plates, 2 vols. 

The numlier of plates in the principal 
work is, T. I. 226, T. II. 164, T. III. 200, 
T. IV. aoo, T. V. 312 and 56, T. VI. 25 
and 5.— In the supplements, I. 36, II. 35, 
III. 21, IV. 30, V. 30, VI. 30, VII. 30, 
VIII. 31, IX. 31, X. 33y XI. 26, XII. 28. 

SIEGE, see Caorsin, and Gode- 
FROY, No. 8637. 



SI6 

21199 SIEGENBEEK, Matthjs. 
Verhandeling over de nederduitsche 
Spelling, ter bevordering van een- 
parigheid in dezelve. Amst., Al- 
lart, 1805. 8^ (2 fl. 8 st.) Woor- 
denboek voor de nederduitsche 
Spelling, ib., id., 1 806. 8<'. (2 fl. 8st.) 

21200 SIEGFRIED. Hierinn iindt 
jr ein schones Lied Von dem Hiir- 
nen Seyfried. Nrb., G. Wachter, 
without date (about 1560). 8°. with 
woodcuts, 5 sheets. 

21201 — Hiimen Sewfried, Ge- 

slingsweiss. Without place, 1585. 

8"". 5 sheeto. 

Both editions contain one and the same 
edition in rhyme. Consult Hagen's Grtm- 
dri$M, p. 48, and Koch*s Compend. II. 
246. 

SIENA, Ant. da., see Bettini. 

SIENA. A list of comedies of the 
two academies of Siena in the dia- 
lect of Siena, see in Femow*s Rom. 
Studien, III. 497. 

21202 SIERAKOWSKI, Sebast. 

Architektura obeymuiaca wszelki 

gatunek murowania i budowania 

(architecture, embracing all kinds 

of walls and building). Krakow, 

1812. fol. 2 voU. (200 Polish fl.) 

Greatly prized in Poland. The ist vol. 
contains the text in 387 pages, the 2nd 
116 plates. 

21203 SIESTRENCEWITZ de 
Bohusz, Stanisl. Recherches his- 
toriques sur I'origine des Sarmates^ 
des Esclavons et des Slaves, et sur les 
dpoques de la conversion de ces peu- 
ples au christianisme. Petersb. 1813. 
8^. 4 vols, with 3 maps. 

SIG^A, see Mbursius. 
SIGISMUNDA and Guiscardus, 

see Aretinub, No. 984, 985, and 

Florius, No. 7664. 
SIGLARIUM, see Gbrrard. 
SIGNA quindecim extremi jtidicii^ 

see Enndtkrist. 

21204 SIGNES {les) pr^cedens le 
grant jugement g^n^ral de nostre 
redempteur Jesu Christ. Without 
place or date. 4°. Gothic letter, with 
woodcuts. 

Printed at Paris by V^rard or Trepperel 



SIG 

about 1500, with the signatureB a-«. It 
is the taane piece, a Gennan translation of 
which is quoted above, under Evkot- 
KRI8T, No. 6729. The original is in 
Latin. It appeared previously in the work, 
TrmU de P atfAtement de PAnUchrist et 
des 15 tignea prieident le jugemerU et de$ 
joyet du PartuUs, Par., VAurd, 1492. fol. 
Gothic letter. 

21205 SIGNORELLI, Pt. Napoli. 

Satire sei. Genova> 1774. 4°. 
Also in the Opuscolu 

21206 — storia critica de' teatri an- 
tichi e moderni. Nap. 1777. 8°. — 
Ed. II. Nap. 1787-90. 8°. 6 voll. 
Addizioni. ib. 1798. 8°.— Ed. III. 
Nap. 1813. 8°. 10 voll. 

Tne epithet critica in the title must not 
be understood too strictly. In Gennan 
(after the ist edition), Bern, 1783. 8^ 
a volL 

21207 — vicende della coltura nelle 
due Sidlie. Nap. 1784-86. 8^ 
5 Toll. Supplemento. ib. 1791- 
93. 8°. 2 voll. — Ed. II. Nap. 1810 
-II. 8^ 8 voll. 

21208 — opusooli varj. Nap. 1 792- 
95. 8-. 4 voll. 

21209 — delle migliori tragedie 
greche e francesi, traduzioni ed 
analisi comparative. Mil. 1804-5. 
8*». 3 voll. 

21210 — element! di critica diploma- 
tica con istoria preliminare. Mil. 
1 805-8. 8°. 4 voll. 

21211 SIGONIUS, C. Opera omnia, 

edita et inedita, cum notis varior. 

et ejusd. vita a L. Ant. Muratorio 

conscripta. Ph. Argelatus nunc 

prim, collegit suasque animadvv. 

adjecit, nee non indicibus ezor- 

navit. MedioL, in aedibus Palatinis, 

1732-37. fol. 6 voll. 

There are also copies on very lai^ge 
paper. 

21212 SIKE, H. Evangelium in- 
fantise vel liber apocryphus de in- 
fantia salvatoris, arab. et lat., ex 
versione et cum notis H. Sike. 
Traj. ad Rh. 1697. 8°. 

In FaMeii Code* apocr, N, T. only the 
Latin translation is reprinted, and not the 
Arabic original nor the notes of this edi- 
tion. 

SILENTIARIUS, see Faulub. 



SIL 



17S1 



21213 SILIUS Italicus. Punicorum 
libri XVII. Romae^ Sweynheym 

et Pannartz> 1471. fol. 

The first edition, very scarce, and fine, 
only 275 copies of which were printed; 
189 printed leaves in all with 38 lines, 
without signatures, catchwords, ajod pagi- 
nation. First comes SiUtu ludicua on 161 
leaves, and leaf i* line i is, SUa Itahd 
Punicorum. Leaf 161^ is the colophon 
Then follow the Eclogues of Calphumius in 
leaf i6i«, the 1st line of which is, C. Cal- 
phumii Carme buooliou incipit feliciter. 
Calphumius occupies 15 leaves. The 
Opera et d&es of Hesiod, after the metrical 
Latin version of N. de Valle, end the book 
on 13 leaves, and begin in leaf 176'* with 
18 verses of de Valle to Pius II. The jst 
line is in leaf 1 77S Heeiodi Poeie tpya koi 
Tffupai, and the last or 19th line of 189^ is 
FINIS. 

Calpumius and Hesiod are also some- 
times to be met with separate, but they 
certainly belong to a complete copy of this 
edition ; it is rather incorrect, and some- 
times entire verses are wanting. 

21214 — Punicorum libri XVII. 
Romee (G. Lauer), 6 cal. Mai. 
1 47 1, large 4^ 

181 leaves (180 according to Dibdin) 
with 34 lines, without signatures, catch- 
words, and pagination. The types are the 
same as those of Lauer's ed^o princepe of 
Curtius, see above, No. $$24. Leaf i* 
line I is, RDIOR ARM A : Qui. This 
1st page has 28 lines. On the reverse 
of the last leaf is the colophon, which 
closes with the line Mai. Rome. This edi- 
tion is less fine than the preceding, but is 
more scarce, printed from a better codes, 
and consequently may be considered as an 
editio prinoeps as well as that. It was su- 
perintended by Pomp. Laetus. 

The existence of an edition, Roma, 1474. 
fol. rests indeed on the sole testimony of 
Drakenboroh, who professes to have seen 
it; as yet it has no where been found. 
Still less has another pretended Roman 
edition of 1480, fol. been found, which in 
any case is a confusion with the Milan 
edition of 148 1. 

21215 — Punicorum libri XVII. 

Parmae (And. Portilia?), 16 Nov. 

1 48 1, fol. 

173 leaves (the ist blank), with the sig- 
natures a-jp \a and x have 10 leaves, the 
rest 8), and 36 lines. Leaf 2* (signa- 
ture aii) line i is, SILII ITALICl PV- 
NICORVM. A life of the poet forms the 
conclusion on the folio redo of the last leaf. 
The text is for the most part that of 147 1. 

21216 — Punicorum libri XVII. 
StJ4 



1732 



SIL 



Medio]., Ant. Zarotus, 7 id. Nov. 
1481. fol. 

Superintended and corrected by Pt. Jus- 
tinus Philelphus, consequently It. has some 
readings of its own, and good ones. It is 
more scaree than the preceding, and ends 
with the words, Lector benewSe vale per- 
petuo. 

21217 — Punicorum libri XVII. 
cum Pt. Marsi interpretatione. 
Ven., Bt. de Tortis^ 6 Maji 1483. 
fol. 

178 leaves with signatures, without 
catchwords and. pagination. Leaf i ^ begi ns 
with the superscription, Petri Marsi irUerm 
pretaHo in Syllium Italicum ad ill. prin~ 
eipem Virginium Vrnnum, The ist edi- 
tion with this commentary. 

21218 — Syllius Italicus. Cum 
commentariis Pt. Marsi. Ven.^ 
Bonetus LocatcUus, 15 cal. Jun. 

1492. fol. 

166 leaves with the signatures a-ti, 
without catchwords and pagination. The 
last leaf contains the printer's symbol. A 
repetition of the preceding, as is also, Ven. 
(without the printer's name), ii cal. Oct. 

1493. fol. 

21219 — Silius Italicus cum argu- 
mentis Hm. Buschii. Lps.^ Mt. 
Herbipolensis, 1504. 4°. 

21220 — Silius Italicus. Par.^ pro 
Radulpho Laliseau, 12 Dec. 1508. 

4'- 
Not noticed in Panzer. Mentioned by 

Ruperti. Without notes. 

21221 — Sillii italici libri XVII. 
cum huberrimis Pt. Marsi com- 
mentariis ad amussim emuncti. 
Par., N. de Pratis, XI. cal. Maji 
1512. fol. 

4 unnumbered leaves, and 174 num- 
bered. Some of the copies have Ponset le 
Preux's mark and name, and some Fr. 
Ilegnault*s. This edition is said to be 
more correct than the Venetian edition by 
Marmis. 

21222 — opus de secundo bello 
Punico (cura Damiani Benessee), 
Lugd., Bm. Trott, m. Jan. 1514. 
8^ 

Scarce, and of critical value. 

21223 — opus de bello Punico se- 
cundo summa cura Ambr. Nicandri 
castigatum, restitutis multis car- 
minibus, quse in aliis desyderan- 



SIL 

tur. Flor., Ph. Junta, m. Mart. 

1515- 8^- 

208 numbered leaves. The text of this 
edition is disfigured by too bold altera- 
tions. 

21224 — Punicor. libri XVII. cum 
argumentis Hm. Buschii et scholiis 
in margine adjectis. Bas., Th. 
Wolf, 4 id. Nov. 1522. 8°. 

4 unnumbered and 234 numbered leaves. 
Repeated, Par., CoUrueus, I53I.8^ Bas., 
H. Petri, 1543. 8". 

21225 — de bello Punico secundo 

XVII. libri nuper diligentissime 

castigati. Ven., Aldus et And. 

Asulanus, m. Jul. 1524. 8°. 

a 10 leaves, and 3 leaves, colophon and 
anchor. One of the rarer, but not of the 
better Aldines. The Juntine text forms 
the basis, but in Lib. VIII. v. 145-225, 
81 verses, not before printed, are added 
(probablv out of Jae. Constantii CoUeete^ 
neorttm heeaiost. FarU, 1508. 4**.), the ge- 
nuineness of which neverUieless is still un- 
certain. 

21226 — de bello Punico libri XVII. 
Lugd., Seb. Oryphius, 1547 or 51. 

12^ 

A reprint of the Aldine, as is also the 
edition, Aniw., Ph. NuHtUy 1566. 12*". 

21227 — de secundo bello Punico: 
in quo ad codicis Modiani iidem 
versus spurii ejecti sunt ac legitimi 
substituti ; notie uberiores sub ere- 
pundianor. Silianor. titulo adjectse 
opera Dn. Heinsii. LB., Raphe- 
lengius, 1600. 24°. 

A new recension, but not quite satisfac- 
tory. The first 5 books only are fully 
handled, the rest but cursorily. The Cue- 
puruUa Siliana was reprinted by itself, 
Cbr.y Daniel, 1646. 12**. 

21228 — in Silii Italici Punica s. de 
bello Punico secundo libros XVII. 
CI. Dausquejus {ctan texiu). Par., 
Douceur, 161 5. 4®. 

The date is altered into 1618 in the titles 
of most of the copies. Learned, but with- 
out arrangement or selection, and unjust 
towards Heinsius. 

21229 — de bello Pun. secundo 
libri XVII. Cp. Cellarius recen- 
suit et notis et tabulis geogr. ac 
gemino indice illustravit. Lps., 
Fritsch, 1695. small 8^ 

21230 — Punicor. libri XVII. cum 



SIL 

excerptis ex Fr. Modii novantiquis 
lectt. et Csp. Barthii adversariis^ 
turn Dn. Heinsii crepundiis Silianis 
et postumis notis N. Heinsii nunc 
prim, editis. Curante Am. Dra- 
kenborcli^ cujus etiam annotatt. 
passim additse sunt. Traj. ad Rh.^ 
van de Water, 1717. 4''. with 
plates. 

A new and careful reoension from Oxford 
MSS. and old editions, with materials 
carefully oollected together. The annota- 
tions are less satisfiEuitory. The edition is 
greatly sought after, and copies on large 
paper are very scarce. 

21231 — Silius Italicus de bello Pu- 
nico. Pisauri, 1765. 8°. 

21232 — Punicorum libri XVII. e 
rec. Arn. Drakenborchii. Curavit 
et glossarium latinitatis adjecit J. 
Pt. Schmid. Mitav., Hinz, 1775. 
8°. (2d. 12 gr.) Also on writing 
paper. 

21233 — de bello Punico secundo 
poema, ad fidem vett. monumentor. 
castigatum, fragmento auctum. Cu- 
rante J. Bt. Lefebvre de Ville- 
brune. Par. 1781. 12°. 

21234 — seconde guerre Punique, 
poeme de Silius Ital., corrige sur 4 
MSS. et sur la precieuse edition de 
Pomp<mius donnee en 1471 ; com- 
plette par un long fragment trouv^ 
dans la biblioth^ue du roi, et trad, 
par Lefebvre de Villebrune {avec 
le iexte latin). Par. 1781. 12°. 
3 voU. 

Tlie two editions belong to each other. The 
critical notes of the first are not in the second, 
which on the other hand contains a nomeri' 
daiure histar. et g^ogr,, which is not in the 
first. The editor has corrected much from 
his good materials, which however he has 
neither exhausted, nor made use of in a 
way sufficiently to be relied upon ; but he 
has also almost spoiled as much by his te- 
merity and haste. The pretended new dis- 
covery, which he has inserted in lib. XVI. 
V. 28-61, is 34 verses from Petrarch*s 
Africa, which he claimed for Silius without 
any foundation. 

21235 — Punicor. libri XVII. ad 
opt. editt. collati. Bip. 1784. 8^. 
(18 gr.) 

Drakenborch^s text, with Lefebvre*8 va- 
rious readings. 



SIL 



17S3 



21236 — Punicor. libri XVII. varie- 
tate lectionis et commentario per- 
petuo illustrav. J. Cb. Gli. Ernesti. 
Acced. index uberrimus. Lps., 
Weidmann, 1791-92. 8°. 2 volL 
(2 d. 20 gr., on writing paper 
4d.) 

Drakenborch*B text with a few altera- 
tions, without the use of any new materials. 
It has the more ex^getlcal merit. 

21237 — Punicor. libri XVII. (edente 
Heber). Lond., Bulmer, 1792. 12°. 
2 voll. On vellum paper. 

Drakenborch*s text, with some altera- 
tions after Lefebvre*s. Neatly printed. 

21238 — Punicor. libri XVII. varie- 
tate lectionis et perpetua adnota- 
tione illustrati a 6. Alex. Ruperti. 
Gott., Dieterich, 1795-98. 8°. 2 
voll. (3d. 12 gr.) 

Drakenborch^s text, with some altera- 
tions by Ruperti, and a careful selection of 
the best part of the critical materials that 
have as yet appeared, and a good exegetical 
apparatus of the editor's own. 

21239 — the second Punick war 
between Hannibal and the Romanes: 
The whole 17 'books, Englished 
from the Latine of Silius Italicus. 
By Th. Ross. Lond., Roy croft, 
1 66 1, fol. Also on large paper. 

With 20 plates by J. Liamorlet, besides 
the title-plate and portrait of Charles II. 

21240 — Cp. Cellarii Diss, de Silio 
Ital. Hal. (1700). 4°. Lr. Hei- 
steri Ep. de morte Silii Ital. ex 

clavo insanabili. Helmst. 1734. 

40 

SILVA de romances, see Roman- 
ces. 

21241 SILVA, Andr^ Nuiies de. 
Poesias varias, recolhidas por Do- 
mingos Carneiro. Lisb., Carneiro, 
1671. 8". 

21242 SILVA, Ant. de. Primeras 
tragedias espaiioles, Nise lastimosa 
Y Nise laureada. Madr., Fr. San- 
chez, 1577 8°. 

Also in the Pamaao espanol, T. VI. 
p. I sq. The author's real name is Oero- 
nymo Bermudess, consult BotUerweek Gesch, 
d. Poene^ III. 296. 

21243 SILVA, Bernardino da. De- 



1784 



SIL 



fensam damonarchia Lusitana. Lisb. 
1627. 4^ a voll. 
Scarce even in Portugal. 

21244 SILVA^ Emman. Coramen. 
taria ad ordinationes r^ni Portu- 
galite. Olysipone^ i74'- ^ol. 4 voll. 
(6000 rees.) 

21245 SILVA, J086 Soares de. Me- 
morias para a historia de Portugal, 
que oomprehendem o governo del 
rej D. Joao I. de 1383 at^ i433- 
Lisb., Sjrlva, 1730-32. large 4°. 
3 voll. Collec9ain dos documentos. 
ib., id., 1 734. large 4°. 

21246 SILVA, Manoel. O desertor» 
poema heroico-comico. Coimbra, 
1774. 8^ 

21247 SILVA, Matthias Pereira da. 
Feniz renascida, ou obras poeticas 
dos melhores engenhos Portuguezes, 
publicadas por M. P. da Silva. 
Lisb., Ferreira e Rodrigues, 1717- 
46. 8°. 5 voll. 

SILVATICUS, see Sylvaticus. 

21248 SILVEIRA, Mig. de. El 
Macabeo, poema heroioo. Napoles, 
Longo, 1638. 4?, with plates. Also^ 
Madr. 1731. 8°. 

SILVEIRA, see Nabcimbnto. 

21249 SILVESTRE, 6r. Obras 

poeticas. Granada, 1582. 8°. 

21250 SILVESTRE, Isr. RecueU 
d'un grand nombre de vues des plus 
belles villes^ palais, ch&teaux, mai- 
sons de plaisance de France, d'ltalie 
etc, dessinees et grav. par Isr. Sil- 
vestre. Par., Lr. Cars, 1750. ob- 
long fol. 4 voil. 

This collection is not greatly prized^ 
because the impressions are not fine. The 
price of older collections of engravings by 
this artist, which are sometimes to be met 
with, is regulated according to their com- 
pleteness, and the goodness of the impres- 
sions. 

21251 SILVESTRE, Petro. La 
Proserpina^ poema heroico joco. 
serio. Madr. 1721. 4°. 

21252 SILVFERSTOLPE, Ax. Gbr. 
Skaldestycken. Stockh. 1801. 8^ 

SIMEON Sethus, see Sethus. 

21253 SIMEONI, Gbr. Satire alia 
Berniesca, con una elegia sopra alia 



SIM 

morte del r^ Francesco I. ed altre 

rime a diverse persone. Turino, 

Cravotto^ 15 49- 4^« 

A very scarce small piece of 49 leaves, 
with the signatures o-J. 

21254 SIMEONI, Gbr. lUustra- 
tione de gli epitaffi et medaglie an- 
tiche. Lione^ de Tournes, 1558. 4°. 
with woodcuts. 

21255 *- les illustres observations 
antiques, en son demise voyage 
d'ltalie. Lyon, de Tournes, 1558. 
4°. with woodcuts. 

Editions of one and the same book, each 
of which however has something peculiar 
to itself. 

SIMLER, Josias, see Gesnbri bi- 
bliotheca. 

21256 SIMLER, J. W. Deutsche 
Gedichte. Zur. 1648. 8"^. 

See concerning it CriHsche Bibiiothekj 
B. II. p. 283 sq. 

SIMOCATTA, see Theophylac 

TUB. 

SIMOLACRI, see Simulachri. 
SIMO Socraticus, see Plato, No. 
17048. 

21257 SIMON Genuensis. Syno- 
nyma (medicinie). Mediol., Ant. 
Zarotus^ 3 Aug. 1473. fol. 157 
leaves. 

The first edition of this medical dic- 
tionary, and scarce. Repeated under the 
titie, Clavis sanoHonii. Paiav.y PL Mau- 
/(BTy 20 April. 1474. fol. 161 leaves. r«n., 
Gu. de Tridinoy 13 Nov. i486, fol. 98 
leaves. Vetu, Loeatelltu, 1510. foL 

21258 SIMON, H. Armorial gen^ 
ral de I'empire fTan9ais. Par. 1812. 
large fol. 2 vols, with plates. 

21259 SIMON, Rch. {anon.) His- 
toire critique du vieux testament. 
Without place or date {Par,, veuve 
Billaine, 1648). 4°. 

A subsequentiy printed half-titie, 10 
leaves, preface, 4 leaves, table of contents, 
680 pases, text, and 7 leaves, index. The 
original edition, extremely scarce, which 
was suppressed by order of the chanceUor 
before its entire completion, and was almost 
completely annihilated. The 6 or 8 copies 
that escaped are without a title. After a 
faulty copy of one of these the work 
appeared, Suivani la copie impr. !k ParU 
{Amsi., Dn. Ehtemer^ 1680. 4*. In order 
to obtain admittance into France fat this 



SIM 

editian, which ii acaroely ^ any value, 
several oopiei received the title, Histoire de 
la religion des Ju\fs^ par Habbi Moie$ 
Levi. Am»t.y P. de la Fmlley 1680. 4°. 
The Latin translation made by Noel Au- 
bert de Vers^, from this faulty edition, 
AfMl. 1 68 1. 4**. is likewise of no value. 

21260 — (anon*) histoire crit. du 
V, T. Nouv. 6dit. Rott., Leers^ 
1685. 4°. Hist. crit. du teste du 
N. T. ib. 1689. 4^. Hist. crit. 
des versions du N. T. ib. 1690. 4^. 
Hist. crit. des principaux commen- 
taires du N. T. ib. 1693. 4°. 
Nouvelles observatt. sur le texte 
et les versions du N. T. Par. 1695. 

4°. 

Thereto also belong, SevUimeru de queU 
guei iMologient de Hollande tur Phitl. 
criL du V. T. (par J. le Clerc), AnuL 
1685. 8^ [Translated into German, Zur, 
1779. 8'. a volL] Riporue aux sentimeiu 
de quelquet thMogient etc. par le prieur de 
BoUivUle (Rch. Simon), Rott. 1686. 4°. 
Difente dee senHmeru de qvelquee ihido^ 
f/ien» (par J, le Clere). Anut. 1686. 8^ 
De Piiupiration dee livree Moorh (par Rch. 
Sim&n). RoiL 1687. 4° — Rch. Sinum's 
Kril, Schrr. Uer dot N, T., ub: von 
H. M(h, A. Cramer^ mil Anmerkk, von J, 
Sal. Sender. HaXle, Gebauer, 1776-80. 8^ 
9 voIL (4d. 13 gr.) • 

21261 — biblioth^ue critique ou 
recueil de di verses pieces critiques 
par M. de Sainjore (Rch. Simon). 
Amst., de Lormes, 1708-10. 12"^. 
4 voll. (anon.) Nouvelle biblio- 
th^ue choisie. Amst., Mortier, 
1714. 12^ 2 parts in i vol. 

21262 — lettres choisies. Nouv. 
^dit. Amst., Mortier, 1730. 12^ 
4 voll. 

SIMON, Th., see Gough, No. 

8731. 

21263 SIMONEAU, L. Recueil 

d'estampes pour servir k Thistoire 
de Tart de I'im primer ie et de 
la gravure. Without place, 1694. 
fol. 

21264 — recueil d'estampes pour 

servir k Thistoire des arts et m^ 

tiers, graves de 1694-1 7 10. In 

large fol. 

Only a few copies of both ooUectionsy 
engraved at the command of Lewis XIV. 
under Simoneau*8 wperintendenoe, were 
Btruck off and given away as preMnts. 



SIM 



1736 



SIMONDE, see Sismonoi. 

21265 SIMON£TA,Bonifac. (aiton.) 

Le liure des persecucions Des cres- 

tiens translate de latin en francoys 

par octouien (gic) De saint gelais. 

Far., Ant. Verard. Without date 

(about 1506). small fol. Gothic 

letter^ with woodcuts. 

2^9 leaves with 35 linee. A copy on 
vellum with 5 illuminated woodcuts in the 
Royal library at Paris. The Latin ori- 
ginal appeared, Medidy Zarotus, 1492. fol. 
Bat., Kesler, 1509. foil 

21266 SIMONETA, J. Rerum ge- 

starum Fr. Sphortise Mediolanen- 

sium ducis libri XXXI. Mediol., 

Ant. Zarotus, 10 cal. Febr., with. 

out date (1480). fol. 

290 leaves with 43 lines and signatures. 
The first edition, usually set down in the 
year 1479} because it ends with a letter of 
Philelphus, dated 6 id. Jun. 1479. ^"^ 
as the colophon is dated 10 eal. Febr. it 
must be later than the letter of Philelphus, 
and consequently of 1480. A copy on vel- 
lum in the Royal library at Paris (previ- 
ously 1500 fr. Soubise, 1401 fr. McCar- 
thy;. 

21267 Mediol., Ant. Zarotus, 

9 cal. Oct. i486, fol. 

188 leaves with 54 Unes and signatures. 
A copy on vellum in the Royal library at 
Paris (formerly in the BibJ. ImperiaL), 
another in the Riocardi library at Flo- 
rence. 

21268 — la historia delle cose facte 

dallo invictissimo duca Fr. Sforza» 

tradocta in lingua fiorentina da Cp. 

Landino. Mil., Ant. Zaroto, 1490. 

fol. 

200 leaves with 44 lines and signatures. 
3 copies on vellum are known : i. in the 
Royal library at Paris ; 2. in the Vatican ; 
3. in Mr. Hibbert*s library at Clapham 
(previously 2022 lirr. Soubise, 19 10 fr. 
McCarthy). The ist edition of a valued 
translation, which was repeated, Ven.^ Bm. 
rimperador, 1544* 8**. ; another is, ^or- 
Hade fatta italiana de li geati del generoea 
et tnui/to Fr. SforMa, ditlinta in Hb. XXX 
(trad, da Sb. Faueto). Ven., Curtio Tro- 
janoy 1543 (at the end, 12(#fie^, 1 544). 8^ 

21269 SIMONIDIS carmen de mu- 
lieribus, gr. Recensuit atque ani- 
madvv. illustravit G. D. Koeler. 
G6tt.,Vandenhoek, 1781. 8°. (5 gr.) 

Simorddit fragmenia duo emendata a G. 
Burgee, m the Claeeical Journal, XXII. 

338 "q- 



1736 



SIM 



21270 SIMONIS, J. Lexicon ma- 
nuale hebr. chald. Ed. III. rec.^ 
emendav., auxit J. Gf. Eichhorn. 
Hal., Curt, 1793. 8°. (5 d.) 

21271 SIMONS, Ad. Verstrooide 
Oedichten. Amst., v. d. Hey, 1822. 
8°. (afl. 8 St.) 

21272 SIMPLICISSIMUS. Der 

abentheuerliche Simplicissimus 
teutsch d. i. die Beschreibung des 
Lebens eines seltsamen Vaganten 
genannt Melchior Sternfels von 
Fuchshaim. Mompclgart, 1669. 
12°. 

This ist edition contains 5 books and 
618 pages. A md edition in the same 
year, Neu einffertehUter u. vieiverbegaerier 
abeniheuerlicher Simplicissimus, MompeU 
ffortf 1669. 12**. contains a continuation 
and 772 pages. Of the later editions a 
good one is Nrb, 1 705. 8°. 

21273 — des aus dem Grab der Ver- 
gessenheit wieder erstandnen Sim. 
plicissimi abenteuerlicher u. mit al- 
lerhand seltsamen Begebenheiten 
angefiillter Lebenswandel. In drey- 
en Theilen auf- u. vorgestellet 
durch Germann Schleiffheim von 
Sultzfort. Nrb., Felssecker, 1713. 
8°. 3 vols, with plates. 

In part i, book 6, chapter 19, there is a 
Robinsonade which may pass for an Ilias 
ante Homerum. Concerning the romance 
itself, whose real author was Sm.Greiffenson 
▼on Hirschfeld, consult Koch's Compendia 
um d, deuisch. Lit, 11. 355 sq. More 
modern editions of the same are : by Ch. 
Jac. Wagenseil in ReichanPs Bibl. der 
IlomanCj IV. 137-140. Der im vorigen 
Jahrhundert so toeltberitfene Simplicius von 
Einfaltspinsely in einem neuen Kleide. Ff, 
u. Lpz, 1790. 8'*. AbenteuerU Simplicis,- 
simus, in («/. Ch. L. Haken) Bifdiothek 
der Abenteurer. 1^, I. Magdeb. 18 10. 8. 
Schalkheit «. EinfaU, oder der SimplioiS' 
simtu des 17 Jahrh, im Gewande des i^n. 
Von F. Weisser. Berl.y Schuppel, 1822. 
8**. 2 ToU. This last edition is celebrated 
as the most successful. 

21274 SIMPLICIUS. 'YirofivrffftK 

th rat dtica Kartfyopias rov ^Apiarrort- 

Xovs, Yen,, Zach. Calliergus, 26 

Oct. 1499. fol. 

168 leaves with 37 lines, and the signa- 
tures A-4. The first edition, very scarce 
and very Ane. The first leaf contains the 
* -'^ t^Ho And underneath a printer^s 



SIM 

markf both printed in red ; in many copies 
(for instance that at WolfenbQttel) in goM. 
The text b^ns in leaf 2a with the super- 
scription, SxoAia c(s ras 'ApurrortXjovs ««- 
TTjyoptas etc The colophon is on the re- 
verse of the last leaf but one, and the last 
leaf contains a register. 

21275 — commentaria in Aristotelis 
categorias (gr.) Justi Velsii in eas- 
dem latina scholia sive summa ca- 
pita et quiestiones. Bas., Mch. 
Isingrinius, 1551. fol. 

21276 — commentaria in X. catego- 
rias Aristotelis cum VI. principiis 
ab eodem editis, lat. Gu. borotheo 
interprete. Ven., Hi. Scotus, 1540. 
fol . Gothic letter. Also, Ven .1550 
or 67. fol. 

21277 — commentaria in tres libros 

Aristotelis de anima. Alexandri 

Aphrodisiei commentaria in librum 

de sensu et sensibili. Michaelis 

Ephesii annotatt. in librum de me- 

moria et reminiscentia. De somno 

et vigilia. De somniis. De divina- 

tione per somnium. De motu ani- 

malium. De longitudine et brevi- 

tate vitae. De juventute et senec- 

tute et vita ac morte. De respira- 

tione. De gressu animalium. (Om,^ 

nia grace.) Ven., Aldus et And. 

Asulanus, m. Jun. 1527. fol. 

4 leaves of preliminary matter, 187 num- 
bered leaves, and one letsf with the andior. 
This edition was printed from an incom- 
plete MS., wherein a chapter of the prooe- 
mium is wanting, which was for the first 
time printed in Greek in Iriarte*s Catal. 
oodd. MSS. gr. Matrii. p. 181 sq. It had 
already been given in Latin in the foUow- 
ing translation, which was made from a 
complete MS. 

21278 — commentaria in Aristotelis 
libros de anima (lat.), interprete J. 
Faseolo. Ven. 1543. fol. — ib., Oc- 
tav. Scotus, 1549. fol. 

21279 — commentaria in libros de 

anima Aristotelis (lat.), ex interpr. 

Evangelistse Lungi Asulani. Ven., 

Hi. Scotus, 1554, also 64. fol. 

A different translation from the preced- 
ing. 

21280 — commentarii in quatuor 
Aristotelis libros de coelo, cum 
textu ejusdem (grace). Ven., Al- 



SIM 

dus et And. Asul.^ m. Jan. 1526. 
fol. 

4 leaves of pretiminary matter (the 4th 
blank) and 173 leaves, which in the num- 
bering reach to 178, because 85-88, 135 
and 136, are skipped over by mistake. A 
copy on large paper 139 fr. McCarthy. 
This edition only contains a bad Oreek 
version of the Latin translation of O. de 
Moerbeka, and not the original text of 
Simplicius, which is to be found in a Turin 
MS. See Empedodit Fragmenta ed. Pey^ 
run, Lpt, 1810. 8**. 

21281 — commeniaria in quatuor li- 
bros de coelo Aristotelis (lat.)^ Ou. 
Morbeto interprete. Ven., Hi. Sco- 
tus, 1540. fol. Gothic letter. 

This translation was made in the 13th 
century. 

21282 — commentaria in IV. libros 
de coelo Aristotelis (lat.), noviter 
fere de integro interpretata, ac cum 
fidissimis codd. grsecis recens col- 
lata. Ven., Hi. Scotus, 1544. fol. 

6u. Dorotheus is said to have been the 
translator. 

21283 — commentaria in libros de 
coelo, noviter fere de integro inter- 
pretata, ac cum fidissimis codd. grie- 
cis recens coUata. Ven., Hi. Scotus, 
1548. foi. 

A new edition of the preceding transla- 
tion, consult Bandim CataL codd, gr. 111. 
383. Repeated, Vtn,^ HL ScoitUy 1548, 
or 55, or 84. foL 

21284 — commentarii in octo Ari- 
stotelis physicK auscnltationis libros 
cum ipso Aristotelis textu (gr.) 
Ven., Aldus et And. Asul., m. Oct. 
1526. fol. 

4 leaves of preliminary matter, and 333 
numbered leaves, of which however the 
number 354 is repeated on 3 leaves, one 
after the other. There is a copy on vdlum 
in St. Mark's library at Venice. 

21285 — commentaria in octo libros 

Aristotelis de physico auditu (lat.), 

Lucilio Philaltbeo interprete. Par., 

J. Roigny (otber copies, L. TUeta- 

nus) • ] 544. fol. 

Also, Ven, 1543. fol. Ven., ap. Junku, 
1551. fol. and, Ftffi., ScohUy 1558 or 66. 
fol. 

— see also £fictetu8. 



SIN 



1787 



21286 SIMPSON, Th. Essays on 
several curious and useful subjects 
in speculative and mixed mathema- 
ticks. Lond. 1740. 4^. »- Mathe- 
matical dissertations. Lond. 1743. 
4°. — Miscellaneous tracts. Lond. 
1757. 4°. — The doctrine and appli- 
cation of fluxions. Lond. 1750 or 
76. 8°. 2 vols. New ed. by Davis, 
ib. 1805. 8°. — Elements of geome- 
try. Lond. 1747 or 80. 8°. — Trea- 
tise on Algebra. Lond. 1745, or 
55, or 90. 8^ — Select exercises in 
the mathematicks. Lond. 1572 or 
92. 8^. — Plane and spherical tri- 
gonometry. Lond. 1 748. 8°. — Doc- 
trine of annuities and reversions. 
Lond. 1742. 8°. 

SIMS, see Konio. 

21287 SIMSON, Ed. Chronicon 
historiam catholicam oomplectens 
ab exordio mundi ad a. Chr. 71. 
Ex rec. et cum animadw. PtWes- 
selingii. LB., Linden^ 1729 (new 
title, 1752). fol. 

At first, Ox.y Robineon, 1652. fol. 

21288 SIMSON, Rb. Sectionum 
conicar. libri V. Ed. II. Edinb. 
1750. 4®. with plates. 

At first, ib. 1735. 4"*. Elemente qf the 
oonio eeoHont. EAnb, 1775. 8^ Lond, 
1804. 8^ The first 3 books of the above 
work in Oerman by J. W. Camerer. Titb. 
1809. 8^ with 18 plates. 

21289 — opera qusedam reliqua ma- 
thematica. Glasg., Foulis, 1776. 4^. 

21290 SIMULACHRES (les) et his- 

toriees faces de la mort, autant ^le- 

gamment pourtraictes qu' artifici- 

ellement imaginees. Lyon, soulz 

Tescu de Coloigne, 1538. small 4^. 

52 leaves. 

This book, good copies of which are 
scarce and greatly sought after, contains 
the dance of death, engraved on wood after 
Holbein's designs, on 41 leaves, and ap- 
pears to be a copy of an older Basle edi- 
tion of 1530 in 8". (likewise with 41 wood- 
cuts, but with Oerman verses). Simolaeriy 
hislofie e figure de la morie. Lwne, 1549« 
8^ 53 woodcuts, with an Italian and Ger- 
man text (consult Murr, JourtuU, XVI. 
18 sq.) and Todtektamjs. 

SINBALD, see W. Franklin. 



1788 



SIN 



SINCERUS,Thpli.,8eeScHwiNDBL. 

21291 SINCLAIR, 6. Hortus gra- 
mineus Woburnensis. Lond. i8i6. 
fol. 

ThiB costly work was got up at the ex- 
pense of the duke of Bedford, the proprie- 
tor of the garden, and was only given 
away in presents. It contains specimens 
of the grasses upon leaves ; and under- 
neath are printed spedfications of the 
name and general characteristics of each 
grass ; on the reverse is a more de- 
tailed description. Between each of these 
leaves two hlank leaves are to be foimd in 
order to prevent rubbing, of which the re- 
verse of that which adjoins the plants 
next following, is covered over with sil- 
ver paper. The author is the duke of 
Bedford's gardener. Consult DibdirCt ^des 
Althorp. I. 189. A 2nd edition with the 
representations engraved on copperplate 
appeared, Land. 1825 (il. los., with illu- 
minated plates 2I. as.) 

21292 SINCLAIR, J. Observations 
on the Scotish dialect. Lond. 1782. 
8*^. — History of the public revenue 
of the British empire. Lond. 1803. 
8°. 3 vols. (il. IIS. 6d.) 

SINDBADp see Sendabad. 

SINE nomine, see Cohmedia. 

21293 SINGER, Sm. Weller. Re- 
searches into the history of playing 
cards, with illustrations of the ori- 
gin of printing and engravins on 
wood. Lond., Bensley, 1816. large 
4^. with plates and woodcuts (4I. 

48.). 

Only 450 copies were printed by sub- 
scription. The author is against the jDutdi 
discovery of the art of printing, as Ottley 
(see above) is in favour of it. 

21294 — {anon.) Some account of 
the book printed at Oxford, under 
the title of Expodtio sancti leroni- 
mi in Simbolo Apostolorum. Lond. 
1812. 8°. 

Only a few copies were printed. The 
author had defended therein the correct- 
ness of the pretended date of printing 
(1468J of that work, which he even now 
himself considers as a mere typographical 
error, instead of 1478. Consult DtbeUh's 
Bibl. Sperw. IV. 351 n. 

21295 SINNER, J. Rdf. Catalogiis 
codd. MSS. bibliothecse Bemensis, 
annotationibus criticis illustratus. 



SIR 

Bernie, 1760-62. 8°. 3 vols, with 
plates. 

Carefully done, and particulariy interest- 
ing for the old French literature. An in- 
dex of 116 pages ought to be found in the 
3rd vol. which has also been published by 
itself under the title, BibiuUhecm Bern, co- 
dicum MSS. syUabut. Bema, 1773* 8**. 
To which may be joined, Vergeichtust oiler 
ffetchriebenen Werke, welche die Schweix. 
GeBcMchte angehen u. avf der off. Bibl. in 
Bern eich befinden. Bern, 1 769. 8*. Bib' 
liothecm Bemensis Hbrorum typis editor, 
catalogns. Nova ed. aueta et emendaUi, 
Bem^f 1812. 8^ 3 voll. 

21296 SIONITA, Gbr. et J. Hks- 
RONiTA. Grammatica arabica Ma- 
ronitarum, primum edita muniii- 
centia Fr. Savary de Breves, Par., 
typis Savarianis, 1616. 4^. 

See also Edrisi. 

21297 SIPERIS. Lhystoire plai- 
sante et recreative faisant metion 
des prouesses et vaillances du noble 
Sypperts de Vineuaulx Et de ses 
dixsept filz Nouuellement imprime. 
Par., Claude veufue de feu Jehan 
sainct denys, without date. 4°. Go- 
thic letter. 

26 leaves, with the signatures A-^. 

21298 — r hystoire plaisante et r^- 
cr^tive, faisant mention des pro- 
uesses et vaillances de Siperis de 
Vinevaux et des ses dix-sept fik. 
Par., J. Bonfons, without date, 4^. 
Gothic letter. 

The copies of this romance are very 
scarce. Consult concerning it Milanget 
Hries d^une grande bibl. VIII. 307 sq. 

21299 SIPTABINA Pisano. Itine- 
rario Asyaticho. Ven., Helisabetta 
de Ruschoni, 1526. 8^ with wood- 
cuts. 

104 leaves, with the signatures o-n, and 
a woodcut at the end. In this very scarce 
poem in terme rime the author has sought 
to imitate Dante » and equals him, if not in 
poetical merit, yet at least in obscurity. Set 
down by Mdini at 80 paoU. 

SIRACH, see Jesus. 

21300 SIRI, Vittorio. Memorie re- 
condite dair anno 1601 sino al 
1640. T. I. II. Ronco, 1677. 
T. III. IV. Par. 1677. T. V- 
VIII. Lione, 1679. 4°. 8 voll. 

There are also copies in which the ist 



SIR 

and 3nd Toh. are also dated, LUme* The 
8th vol. is more scarce than the rest. Mi~ 
mokret seerets, tMt de$ archives des aoune* 
mtfw de PEuropey tout let rignet de Heiu 
rilF.et de LmAt XIII. trad, par J. Bt. 
Requier. Par. 1766 sq. I2\ 50 parts. 

21301 — il Mercurio owero historia 
de' correnti tempi (dall' a. 1635 
sino al 1655). T. I. Casale, 1644. 
ib. 1646. Geneva^ 1649. — T. II. 
Casale, 1647. ib. 1648. Geneva, 
1649. — T. III. Lione^ 1652. — 
T. IV. V. Casale, 1655 (both in 
2 parts).— T.VI-IX. Casale, 1667. 
— T. X. Casale, 1668. — T. XL 
Par. 1670. — T. XII. Par. 1672. — 
T. XIII. Par. 1674. — T. XIV. 
XV. Fir. 1682. 4°. 15 parts in 18, 
21, or 22 vols. 

Of this work, which should be bound up 
with the preceding, parts 13-15 are the 
scarcest There belong to it, GL Bt. 
Biragio Mercurio veridieo owero annali 
univertali d*Europa. Ven. 1648. 4**. and 
BoUo eU ViU. Siri net Mereurio veridieo di 
Biroffo. Modena, 1653. 4**. According to 
a statement at the end of the 8th toL of 
the Memone, a i6th voL was already pre- 
pared, which however has remained un- 
printed.— Only a part of this work is 
translated in Mercurey oonten. Vhiat, ghUr, 
de r Europe depuit 164&-43, trad, par. RS' 
gmer. Par. 1756-59. 3 vols, in 4°. or 18 
vols, in 1 3". 

Both works are verv seldom foimd to- 
gether complete, but uiey are now much 
kss sought after than they were formerly. 
There are copies of most of the vols, on 
large paper, but not of alL The follow- 
ing wovk of the author also exists in MS. : 
Delle turbolerute eivili <H Francia totto il 
regno del r^ Luigi XIV. 2 vols. 4**. 

21302 SIRMOND, Jac. Opera varia 
nunc primum oollecta. Par., typ* 
regia, 1696. fol. 5 vols. Also on 
large paper. 

21303 Ven., Javarina, 1728. 

fol. 5 voll. 

An enlarged edition. In the md voL 
there is added the collation of a Veronese 
MS. to Facundi difentio trium capiiulo- 
rum by Bianchini, and the 4th yol. has 
been enlarged with Flodoardi hittoria Re- 
mentit eoel. and with GelatH Epistol. III. 
inedU. — See also Concilia, No. 5085. 

21304 SISMONDI, J. C. L. Simonde 
de. Histoire des republiques ita- 
liennes da moyen age. Par.,Treut- 



SJO 1789 

tel, 1809-18. 8°. 16 voll. (96 fir., 
on vellum paper 19a fr.) 

An enlarged and corrected impression of 
the first 8 vols, appeared, Par. 1818. 8^ 
(48 fr.) Only the first 4 vols, were printed 
of the edition, Ztlr. 1807. 8^ In Italian 
by TicoBEKi, Mil. 1810-30. 8°. 16 vols. In 
Oerman, ZUr. 1807.34. 8'. 16 vols. (37 d. 
18 gr.) 

21305 — de la litt^rature du midi de 
I'Europe. Par. 1813 or 19. 8^ 4 
voll. 

In Oerman by L. Uain, Lpg. u. Altenb. 
1815. 8^ 3 voll. 

21306 »- de la richesse commerciale, 
ou principes d'economie polit. ap- 
plique k la legislation commerciale. 
Gren^ve, 1803. S^. 2 voll. 

21307 — nouveaux principes d'eoo- 
nomie politique. Par. 18 19. 8°. 
2 vol]. 

21308 — histoire des Fran9ai8. Par. 
1821 sq. 8°. as yet 10 vols. 

SITTEWALDT, see Mobchb- 

ROSGH. 

SIVRY, see Poinsinbt. 

21309 SIXTUS Senensis. Biblio. 
theca sancta, criticis ac theologicia 
animadw. nee non duplici adjecto 
sacror. scriptor. elencho adaucta et 
illustrata a Pio Th. Milante Neap. 
1742. fol. 2 voll. 

At first appeared, Ven. 1566. fol. 

21310 SIXTUS II. Enchiridion^ 
juxta codicem B. Rhenani edit, ob- 
servationibus illustrat et vindicat 
Urb. Gf. Siber. Lps., Weidmann, 

At first with S$fmph, Champerku de 
quadrupUd vita. Lugd. 1507. 4°. Edi- 
ted separately by L. Hillesemius, CoL, Cho- 
Unutf 1574. 8**. Concerning the different 
editions, consult Fontanini Hitt. Ht. Aqm- 
Id' P* 303 and 313. — Th. Taylor* t Dit- 
coverg of the original <if mang qf the ten- 
tenoet qf Sextut Pgthagoriout, in the 
Clattical Joumaly XXI. 266 sq. 

SIXTUS IV., see RBOULiB, No. 
18817, and RovBRB. 

21311 SJOGREN, Haqu. Lexicon 
manuale latino-suecanum et sueco- 
latinum. Ex altera editione aucto- 
ris emendation et auction denuo 



1740 



SEE 



editum. Holmise, A. Wiborg, 1 8 1 4. 
large 8°. (3 Danish dollars.) 

21312 SKELTON, J. Pithy, plea- 

saunt and profitable workes. Lond., 

Davis, 1736. 12®. 

A scarce reprint of the collection pre- 
pared by Th. Marshe, Lond, 1568. 8^. 

21313 SKENiEUS. J. Scotiae ve- 
teres leges et constitutiones. E- 
dinb., Finlason, 1609. fol. 

Lond., BiUitiSy 1613. fol. is only a new 
title. 

SKETCHES, see Home. 

21314 SKINNER, St. Etymologi- 
con linguae anglicanse. Lond., Roy- 
croft, 1 67 1, fol. 

21315 SKJOLDEBRAND, A. F. 

Voyage pittoresque au Cap Nord. 

Stockh. 1 80 1-2. oblong fol. 4 parts 

in I vol. with 60 plates. Premier 

supplement au voyage etc, ib. 

1802. 4°. 

There is a new edition of 1805 in 8". 
with an atlas. In German in Sprengel*s 
Biblioth, d. Rets. B. 16. The plates of 
this Voyage are copied in reduced size in 
Acerbi^s Travels. 

2K0AIA, see PoETJt, No. 1 7544. 

21316 SKRIFTER. Kiobenbavnske 
Videnskabers Selskabs Skrifter. 
Kbhvn. 1745-79. 4°. 12 vols, with 
plates. Nye Samling af det Kon- 
gelige Danske Videnskabers Sel- 
skabfl Skrifter. ib. 1781-99. 4°. 
5 vols, with plates. Det kong. 
Danske Vidensk. Selskabs Skrifter. 
ib. 1 800-1 808. 4°. 5 parts in 9 vols. 

' —It is going on. 

21317 — det Trondhjemske Selskabs 
Skrifter Kiobenh. 1761-74. 4°. 5 
vols. Nye Samling etc. ib. 1784 sq. 

4°. . 

21318 — det kong. norske Viden- 
skabers Selskabs Skrifter i det 19. 
Aarhundrede. B.I. Kiobenh. 181 7. 
4**» 

21319 SLATARICHIU, Dominku. 
Elektra tragedia. Gliubmir pripo- 
vius pastirska etc. V finezieh, 
Polak Alda, 1598. 4**. with wood- 
cuts. 

This Illyrian piece is one of the rarest of 
■ the Aldines. 1 3 leaves of preliminary matter, 



SLE 

102 numbered leaves (after leaf 36, 4 nn- 
numbered leaves are inserted), and at the 
end a list of the works published by Aldus 
with the date of 1597. 

21320 SLEIDANUS, J. De sUtu 
religionis et reipubl. Carolo V. 
Caesare commentarii. Ed. nova de- 
lineata a J. Glo. Boehmio^ adornata 
multisque annotatt. illustrata a Ch. 
C. am Ende. Ff. a. M., Varren- 
trapp, 1785-86. 8^ 3 voll. (4 d. 
16 gr.) 

The best edition. The first appeared, 
Arg., Wendelin, Riheliusj iSSS' ^<^ There 
is besides one folio edition {aptid heredes 
RiheM), and two 8°. editions of this year 
(1555)* Professor Bdhme of Leipsic made 
a collection of all the editions and trans- 
lations of Sleidanus for the use of his edi- 
tion, which collection is now in the lidpsic 
university library, and comprises 130 vols. 

21321 — commentarii owero historic 
di Gi. Sleidano. Tradotte nuova- 
mente in lingua Toscana. With- 
out place. 1557. 4°. — Histoire de 
la reformation ou m ^moires de J. 
Sleidan, trad, de nouveau en fran9. 
par Pt. Fr. le Courayer. Haye, 
1767. 4°. 3 voll. (The "first French 
translation appeared, without place, 
J. Crespin, 1556. 8°. — Reforma- 
tionsgeschichte, a. d. lat. iibs., 
durchgesehen u. herausgegeben von 
J. Sam. Semler. Halle, 1771-73. 
8*^. 4 voll. (5 d. 8 gr.) (the first 
German translation is by H. Pan- 
taleon^ Bas., 1556. fol.) — A fe- 
mouse cronicle of oure time, called 
Sleidanes commentaries, transl. by 
J. Daws. Lond. 1560. fol. Gothic 
letter. General history of the re- 
formation of the church, transl. by 
Edm. Bohun. Lond. 1689. fol. 
with plates. (Both translations in 
Leipsic). — J. Sleydani 3 boeken 
van de 4 Monarchien, 26 boeken 
van de staat der Religie onder K. 
Carel V., 2 Oratien des Autheurs» 
4 boeken Froissarts by den Autheur 
in 't cort getroken (vertaalt door 
Walter Deelen). Rott. u. Delft, 
1612. fol. (At Leipsic). Previ- 
ously^, without place, 1558. 8°. 
(Leipzig.) and Antwerpen, 1584. 



SLE 

^^ (^^^^'i^^^f) — ^' Sleidani 
Historie Book. Pa Swenskan afsatt 
aff J. Sylvio. Stockh. 1675. fol. 

What the older bibliographera have said 
respecting the rarity of the so called uncas- 
trated editions in lib. XIII. of which the 
words are, si quis virffinem mairem vUiat" 
sety is unfounded. On the contrary, the 
few editions with the alteration, si quis 
criffinem aui wuUrsm vitiatsety are demon- 
stratively the rarer; consult Sche^oni's 
^rgotMliekkeUeny II. 427, 449. 

21322 SLEZER, J. Theatrum Sco- 
tis^ containing the prospects of 
castles and palaces, together with 
those of the most considerable 
towns and colleges^ the ruins of 
abbeys etc. with a short description 
of each place. Lond., Swalle» 1693. 
fol. 

5 leaves of preliminary matter, 65 pages 
of text, a printed half-title to the plates, 
57 leaves of plates, and i printed leaf with 
the words, The end of the prospects. 

21323 SLOANE, Hans. Voyage to 
the islands of Madera^ Barbados, 
Neves, S. Christophers and Ja- 
maica, with the natural history of 
the last of those islands. Lond. 
1 707-25. fol. 2 vols, with plates. 

A scarce work and sought after. The 
1st vol. besides a map has the plates I-IV. 
and 1-156; Uie snd V-Xl. and 157-174. 
CSopiei witii illuminated plates are very 
scarce^ and greatly prized. There are co- 
pies in which the ist vol. is also dated 

SLUITER, see Andocides. 

21324 SLYTERHOVEN, de. Co- 

moedia salebrosa, cui titulus Scor- 

netta. Bonon., Benedictis, 1497. 4^. 

This piece, consisting only of 8 leaves, 
had remained long unknown, and is set 
down by Molini of Florence at 50 paolL 
It contains some pretty free passages. 

21325 SMART, Cp. Poems. Lond. 
1 79 1. 12®. 2 vols. 

21326 SM EATON, J. A narrative 
of the building and a description 
of the construction of the Edy- 
stone lighthouse with stone. Ed. II. 
corrected. Lond., Nicol, 1793. fol. 
with 23 plates. 

Reprinted, Land. 18 13. fol. with 24 
plates (6L 6s.). At first, L<mdL 179 1. fisL 

voL IV. 



SMI 



1741 



21327 — reports^ estimates^ and trea- 
tises, embracing the several subjects 
of canals, navigable rivers, harbours, 
piers, bridges, draining, embanking, 
lighthouse etc. with other misoeU 
laneous papers. Lond. 181 2. 4°. 
3 vols, with plates (7I. 7s.) Mis- 
cellaneous papers (comprising his 
treatise on mills, and forming a 
fourth volume to his reports.) 
Lond. 1 814. 4". with 12 plates 
(1I. IIS. 6d.) 

21328 SMITH. Select views in Italy, 
engraved by Byrne, with topogra- 
phical and historical descriptions in 
English and French. Lond. 1792- 
96. fol. 2 parts in 1 vol. with 72 
plates (81. 8s.). 

21329 SMITH, Adam. Theory of 

moral sentiments. Lond. 1790, or 

1 801, or 1808. 8^ 2 vols. (]68.) 

Also, Lomd. 1809. ^°* ^ ' ^^' C^^** ^) 
In French by Mme Grouchy, veuve Con- 
doroet, Par. 1798. 8*. In German by 
L. Theobul Koeq^arten. Lpz. 1791. 8*. 
(1 d. 12 gr.) 

21330 — essays on philosophical sub- 
jects, with his life by Dugald 

Stewart. Lond. 1795. 4^ 

In Frendi by Pr^ost, Par. 1797. 8*. 
a vols. 

21331 — inquiry into the nature and 
causes of the wealth of nations. 
With notes and an additional vo- 
lume. By Dav. Buchanan. Edinb. 
and Lond. 181 5. 8^ 4 vols. (2I. 8s.) 

Previously, Lond, 1776. large 4^ a vols, 
(to which as upplement of 70 pages belongs) 
and, ib. 1789, or 99, or 1809. large 8". 3 
vols. (il. 7s.) In French by Roucher, 
Par. aniet ^ (i794)- B^ 5 vols, by Bla^ 
vet, Par. 1801. 8**. 4 vols, (quite unsuc- 
cessful) and best by Germ. Gamier, Par. 
i8oa. 8^. 5 vols. (35 fr.) A translation 
prepared by Mordlet remains in MS. In 
German (by A. D5rrien and Ch. Garve), 
and impression, Brest, 1799. 8**. 3 vols. 
(5 d ) In Danish by F. DrRbye, Copenh. 
1779I80. 8^ a vols. There is also a Spa- 
nish translation by J. Alsonso Ortiz in 4 
vols. 4"*. with additions relating to Spain. 

21332 — works, with his life by 
Dugald Stewart. Lond. 181 2. 8^ 
5 vols. (3I.) 

21333 SMITH, Jac. Ed. Plantar, 
icones hactenus inedit«« plerumque 



1742 



SMI 



ad plantas in berbario Linneano 
conservatas delineatae. Lond. 17 89 
-91. fol. 3 parts, with plates (3I. 
3s.) Unfinished. 

21334 — ioones picte plantar, rarior., 

descriptionibus illustratee. Lond. 

1 790--93. large fol. 3 parts, with 1 8 

illuminated plates, by Sowerby. 

Each part with Enghsh text las. (on 
large paper il. is.) In Latin and Eng- 
lish 148. (on large paper il. 58.) 

21335 — English botany or coloured 
figures of British plants, with their 
essential characters, synonyms and 
places of growth, with occasional 
remarks, the figures by James 
Sowerby. Lond. 1 790-1816. 8°. 
36 vols, in 267 numbers, with il- 
luminated plates (55I. 7s.). 

This work contains about 3000 plates. 

21336 — gleanings of botany. Lond. 

1791-92. large fol. 

Only 1 parts, with 24 illuminated plates, 
appeared of this splendid woric. 

21337 — specimen of the botany of 
New Holland. Lond. 1793. 4^ 
On vellum paper, with 16 illu- 
minated plates, by Sowerby. 

21338 — natural history of the rarer 

lepidopterous insects of Georgia, 

collected by J. Abbot (English and 

French). Lond., Bensley, 1797. 

fol. 2 vols, with 104 illuminated 

plates (21].). 

Splendidly got up, but not very much 
prized, because the representations are de- 
ficient in fidelity. Peignot*s statement, 
that only 60 copies were struck off, is 
erroneous. 

21339 — tracts relating to natural 
history. Lond. 1798. 8°. with il- 
luminated plates (9s.) 

21340 — flora britannica. Lond. 

Cadell, 1800-4. 8^ 3 voU. (il. 83. 

6d.) 

Repeated, with notes by J. Jac Rdmer, 
Twrid, 1804^5. 8'. 3 vols. (5 d. 2 gr.) To 
this reprint there was to have been a 4th 

Tol. Compendium Jlorm Ml LoruLiSoo 

or 16. 8**., repeated by O. Fr. Hoffioaann, 
ErL 1801. 8^ (i d. 4 gr.) 

21341 — exotic botany, consisting of 
coloured figures and scientific de- 
scriptions of such new, beautiful. 



SMI 

or rare plants, as are worthy of cul- 
tivation in the gardens of Britain. 
Lond. 1804-6. large 4*^. 2 vols, 
with 120 illuminated plates by 
Sowerby (61., in 8°. 3I.). 

It appeared in 34 numbm, of 5 plates 
each. Each number cost 5 s. in 4**. and 
38. (id. in 8^ 

21342 — sketch of a tour on the con- 
tinent. Ed. II. Lond. 1807. 8^ 
3 vols. (il. 7s.) 

In German by 6. C. Reich, Lpz. 1796. 
8^ 3 Fols. 

21343 — introduction to the phy- 
siological and systematical botany. 
Ed. IV. Lond. 1819. 8^ with 15 
plates (14s.). 

Also with illuminated plates. Previ- 
ously, LmuL 1807 and 14. 8^ 

21344 — a tour to Hafod in Cardi. 
ganshire, the seat of Th. Johnes. 
Lond., White, 1810. large fol. (12I. 

I2S.) 

Printed by Bensley, and ornamented 
with 15 views engraved and coloured by 
Stadler. Only 100 copies were struck off. 

21345 — grammar of botany, illustra- 
tive of artificial as well as natural 
classification. Lond. 1821. 8°. with 
plates (t2s., illuminated il. iis. 
6d.). 

See also Liknjbus and Ruobeck. 

21346 SMITH, J. Galic antiquities, 
consisting of an history of the 
Druids, particularly of those of Ca- 
ledonia ; a dissertation of the au- 
thenticity of the poems of Ossian, 
and a collection of ancient poems, 
transl. from the Galic of UUin, 
Ossian etc. Edinb. 1780. 4°. with 

plates. 

TransUted into Oerman (by Ch. Pel. 
Weisse) Lpx. 1781. 8". a voU. 

21347 — Choir Gaur : the grand Or- 
rery of the ancient Druids, com- 
monly called Stonehenge on Salis- 
bury plain. Salisb. 1771. 4°. with 
plates. 

21348 SMITH, J. Th. Antiquities 
of London and its environs. Lond. 
1792. 4°. 2 parts in i vol. with 100 
plates (3I. 3s.). 

See also Hawkins. 



SMI S N O 1743 

SMITH, Jo8., see Catalooub and of Peregrine Pickle. Lond. 1784 

60R1, No. 8709. or 1805. 8°. 4 vols, with plates. — 

21349 SMITH. Rb. Compleate sys- The adventures of Roderick Ran- 
tem of opticks. Cbr. 1738. 4°. 2 ^om. Lond. 1780 or 1805 8^. 2 
vols, with plates. ^^^' — Plays and poems. Lond. 

In French (by Duval k Roy), Brest, '79^ ^'' 

1767. 4«. to which a supplement appeared, 21356 — complete history of England 

*^:k ^^t*'i b^ PriMdisthe tnuidation, fj^n, ^y^^ descent of Jul. C«sar to 

although enJaraed, by Pezenas, Avtgnon ei .^ r a • 1 r^i. n '.i 

Par, 1767. 4* 2 vds. wi A plates. In ^^^ ?^^ «^ Aix-la- Chapelle, with 

German by Abr. Ohelf KSstner, AUenb, the continuation. Lond. 1757. 4^ 

'755- 4'- ^Jth 22 plates (3 d. 8 gr.) 6 vols. 

21350 SMITH, Th. Recueil de 40 With a continuation up to 1768 I^^ 

J T>«jTkv ^ A. '75^ etc. 8 . 10 vols. As this work was 

vues du Pic de Derby et autres „ot greaUy prized, these latter volumes 

lieux, peintes par Smith, et gravees only have in consequence been subsequendy 

pax Vivares et autres, avec une ex- printed, which commence nt the period 

plication en angl. et en franc. Lond., ^¥" ^""2 terminates, under the titi^ 

T> J 11 ^ r 1 Htsiory of Enffland, from the revoiuhon to 

21351 SMITH, W. Debneation of 8 vols. ib. 1796. 8». 5 vols, with portraits. 
the strata of England and Wales, «*. 1800 or 1807. 8\ 5 vols. 

with part of Scotland, exhibiting 21357 SNEEDORF, Jens Schielde- 

the ooaleries and mines, the marshes rup. Samtlige Skrifter. Kiobenh. 

and fen lands originally overflowed 1775-79* 8°. 9 voU. 

by the sea, and the varieties of soil Prized in Denmark as a good prose 

according to the variations in the writer. 

substrata. Lond. 181 5. fol. (51.5s.) 21358 SNELLING, Th. MisoeUa- 

21352 — stratigraphi<»l system of neous views of the coins struck by 
organised fossils. Lond. 1817. 4^ English princes in France etc. 
(15s.) Lond. 1769. fol. with plates. 

21353 SMITS, Dirk. Mengeldich- 21359 — {anon.) view of the silver, 
ten. Rott., Burgvliet, 1 740. 4°. gold, and copper coins and coinage 
(a fl. 6 St.) Also on large paper, of England, from the Norman con- 
Nagelaten Gedichten, ib., id., 1753 quest to the present time. Lond. 
-64. 4°. 3 voll. (9 fl.) Also on large 1762-66. fol. 3 parts in i vol. with 
paper. De Rottestroom, in drie plates. 

zangen. Gravenhage, Visser, 1823. 21360 — view of the origin, nature, 

8®. (i fl. 10 St., on vellum paper and use of jettons or counters etc. 

3 fl.) Gedichten. ib., id., 1823. Lond. 1769. fol. 

8^ (i fl. lost., on vellum paper 2 fl.) 21361 — view of gold, silver, and 

21354 SMOLLET, Tob. Miscella- copper coins of Scotland. Lond. 
neous works, with his life by An- 1774. fol. 

derson. Lond. 1796 or 181 7. large SNEYDERS, see Eppectdb. 

8^ 6 vols., on vellum paper (3I. 3s.) 21362 SNIADECKI. J. Pisma 

— ^ib. 1809. 8°. 5 vols, with 26 rozmaite. Wilna, 1818. 8^ 3 voU. 

plates (2I. I2S. 6d.). (22 Polish fl.) 

21355 — the history and adventures 21363 SNORRO Sturleson. Norske 
of an atom. Lond., Cooke, without Kongers Kronicke og Badrift, 
date. 1 2°. with plates.— The adven- udset af gammel Norske paa 
tures of Ferdinand count Fathom. Danske. Kiobenhavn, Stockelmann, 
ib., id., without date. 12^ 2 vols. 1594. small 8°. 

with plates. — The expedition of 166 numbered leaves. Jens. MortensSn 

Humphry Clinker. Ed. III. Lond. was the editor. 

1 783. 8''. 3 vols.— The adventures 21364 — Norske Kongers chronica 

5X2 



1744 



SNO 



udsat paa Danske af Peter Clausson. 

Kiobenh., Moltken^ i^BS* 4°- 

854 pages besides the dedication, preface, 
and an appendix. OL WormiuB was the 
editor. 

21365 — Heimskringla seu historiae 
regam septentrionalium a Snorrone 
Sturloniue patrio sennone antique 
conscriptK, quas e MSS. codd. edi- 
dit, versione gemina (suec. et lat.) 
notisque illustravit J. Peringskiold. 
Stockli. 1697. fol. 2 voll. 

21366 — Norske Konger Kronike, 
oversat paa Dansk af Peder Clau- 
sen, og nu paa ny oplagt og for- 
meret med nogle Tilldg. Kiobenh. 

1757-4^ 
794 pages. Claiisen^s Norget beskrivelte 

in 152 pages is appended. 

21367 — Heimskringla edr Noregs 

Konunga Sagor. Historia regum 

Norvegicor. conscripta a Snorrio 

Sturlee filio. Islandice, danice et 

latine. Havn., Stein, 1 777-1813. 

fol. 4 voll. 

The 1st and and vols, were published by 
Oerh. Schoning, the 3rd by Skulius Theo- 
dori Thorladus, the 4th by Birger Thorla- 
dus and Erich Ch. Werlauff. A 5th voL 
is to complete the work, and the oth and 
last is to contain the indices. Consult 
Herme* V. ao sq. 

21368 — Norges Kongers Kronike^ 
fordansket ved N. F. Severin 
Grundtvig. Kiobenh. 18 19. 4^ 2 
voll. 

21369 — untersdeelse om Snorro's 
kilder og trovai*aighed. Disquisitio 
de Snorronis fontibus et auctori- 
tate. Scripsit P. £. M Oiler. La- 
tine vertit birg. Thorlacius. Havn. 
1820. fol. 

See also Edda. 

SOARES, see Gush ao and Silva. 

21370 SOARES, Ant. Alvarez. 
Rithmos diversos. Lisb., Pinheiro, 
i6a8. 8^ 

SOAVE, Pt,, see Sarpi. 

21371 SOAVE, Fr. Novelle morali. 
Mil. 1786. 12^ 2 voll. Par., Mo- 
lini, 1788. 12°. — Novelle morali, 
prima e seconda raccolta, con la 
giunta di quelle di A. Parea, di L. 
Bramieri, e TEliezer e Neftali di 



SOM 

Florian. Napoli, 1808 or 14. 12°. 

2 voll. Genova, 18 14. i8^ 2 voll. 

(3 lire.) 
SOBRINO, see Cormon. 
SOCINUS, Faust. Opera, in Bi- 

blioth. fratrum Polonor. T. I. II. 

21372 SOCIO, Nobile. Le miserie 
de li amanti. Ven., Bernardino de 
Vitali, 1533. 4^ 

93 leaves, with the signatures o-jr. A 
scarce and rather unknown romance, in 
which many poems are mixed up (Wolfen- 
bUttel). 

21373 SOCRATIS, Antisthenis et 
alior. Socraticor. epistolse. Leo Al- 
latius primus grsece vulgavit, latine 
vertit, notas adjecit, dialogum de 
scriptis Socratis prseiixit. Pur.^ Cra- 
moisy, 1637. 4^ 

See also EriSTOLiB, No. 6835. 

SOCRATES Scholasticus, see Eu- 
8EBIU8, No. 7146 sqq. 

21374 SODERINI, Gi. Vettorio. 
Trattato della coltivazione delle 
viti, la coltivazione Toscana deUe 
vid e d'alcuni arbori di Bn. Davan. 
zati Bostichi, e lettera apologetica 
di Lion. Giachini. Fir., Fil. Gi- 
unti, 1600 or 1622. 4^ 

The new and good edition by Dm. Mar. 
Manni, Fir. 1 734. 4^ (also on laige paper) 
contains only Soderini*s work, without D»- 
▼ansBati*s and Giachini*s. 

21375 — trattato di agriooltura, era 

per la prima volta pubblioato. Fir., 

Vigiani, 1811.4^ Also on large 

paper. 

This is the ist vol. of a laiger work, 
consisting of 4 toIs., which is complete in 
MS. in the MagHabechian library, and 
from which the preceding number is only 
an extract. 

21376 SOMMERING, Sm. Th. 
Icones oculi humani. Ff. a. M., 
Varrentrapp, 1804. fol. with 16 
plates (19 d.). 

21377 — icones organi auditus hu- 
mani. Ff. a. M., Varrentrapp, 1806. 
fol. with 9 plates (9 d. 12 gr.). 

21378 — vom Baue des menschl. 
Korpers. Ff. a. M., Varrentrapp, 
1800. 8°. 5 voll. (8 d. 22 gr.) 

21379 — de corporis humani fabrica. 
Editio Latio aonata (a C. F. Clos* 



SOH 

sio et H. Ch. Thdr. Schregero) et 

ab ipso anctore aucta et emendata. 

Ff. a. M., Varrentrapp, 1 794-1 800. 

8°. 6 voll. (7 d. i4gr.) 
SOHAR, see Cabbala^ No. 3228. 
SOLATIUM, see Ckssolis. 

21380 SOLANO, Pr. Ignazio. Nova 
instruccio musical ou theorica e 
pratica da musica rythmica para o 
canto. Lisb. 1764. 4°. (800 rees.) 

21381 SOLDANI, Ambr. Testa- 
ceographia ac zoophyt<^aphiapanra 
et microscopica. Senis^ Rossi, 1 789- 
95. fol. 3 vols, with 179 plates. 

21382 — Sa^io orittografico della 
Toscana. Siena, 1780. 4°. with 
plates. 

21383 SOLDANI, Jac. Satire, con 
annotazioni. Date ora in luce la 
prima volta. Fir., AJbizzini^ ' 75 « • 

Ant. Fr. Oori was the editor. The notes 
are chiefly by CKus. Bianchini.— Some of 
the satires are in the Pamasw Ital. T. 4a 

. SOLDANIS, see Agius. 

21384 SOLE, W. Mentha britan- 
nicae^ being a new botanical arrange- 
ment of all the British mints hi- 
therto discovered. Bath^ 1 798. fol. 
with 24 plates. 

21385 SOLGER, Ad. Rdf. Biblio- 
theca s. suppellex libror. impressor. 
et codicum mstorum, quos coUe- 
git^ disposuit atque illustravit Ad. 
Rdf. Solger. Nrb., Endter, 1760- 
62. 8°. 3 voll. 

This collection of 7245 vols., and 133 
MSS., was bought in 1766 at 15000 florins 
for the public library of Nuremberg. The 
catalogue is compiled so as to be very 
little depended upon, and the notes, com- 
posed in barbarous Latin, are extremely 
insignificant. But the library itself con- 
tained with a number of very important 
and valuable works, a still greater quan- 
tity also i]^ confused rarities and curio- 
sities. 

21386 SOLINUS, Cajus Jul. De 
situ orbis terrarum et memorabili- 
bus, quse mundi ambitu continen- 

tur, liber. Ven., N. Jenson, 1473. 

40 

The first dated edition. 66 leaves with 
33 line^ without signatures, catchwords, 
and pagination. Leaf la begins with a list 



SOL 



1745 



of chapters, the ist line of which is, Ivlii 
soLivi DE siTV ET ME. The 3rd leaf is 
blank. The text begins in leaf 4a, and 
the 1st line is, Ivlii boliki de sitv 
ORBis TE&BA. Leaf 66b is the colophon 
in 5 lines. The size has sometimes been 
wrongly stated as folia There are 3 copies 
on vellum, one in the library of the king of 
England (formerly belonging to consul 
Smith), the 2nd in lord Spencer*s (pre- 
viously 850 fr. Soubise), and the 3rd in the 
Canons' library at Padua. The text of 
this edition is greatly celebrated by Salma- 
sius. It is divided into 70 chapters. 

21387 — rerum memorabilium coL 
lectanee {sk). Without place or 
date (RotncBy S, Sckurener de Bo~ 
pardia, about 1473). large 8°. 

120 leaves with 26 lines, without sig- 
natures, catchwords, and pagination. I^eaf 
la b^ns with Solinus*s dedication to 
Aventinus, and the ist line is, Cai. lulii, 
SoUni rer4 memorabHiu col. Then, follows 
a list of the 50 chapters into which this 
edition is divided, and the work itself be- 
gins in leaf 5a with the following line, De 
oriffine et teporilnu urbU. The edition is 
very scarce, but contains a far more fiiulty 
text than Jenson's. 

21388 — rerum memorabilium col- 
lectanea^ edente Bonino Mombritio. 
Without place or date (Medicd., 
about 1474). 4°. 

122 leaves with 26 lines, without signa- 
tures, catchwords, and pagination. The 
book begins in leaf 1* with some verses 
by the editor Mombritius, in which he 
calls the book, PrimiHas noatri iaborit. 
As he had already edited the Liber sum" 
mularum of Paulus Venetus at Milan in 
1474, Solinus could not have been superin- 
tended by him after that. The Procemium 
of Solinus and the list of chapters follow 
after these verses. This preliminary mat- 
ter forms altogether the first 6 leaves. The 
text begins in leaf 7% and ends in leaf 1 22" 
with the word Finis. The printer (nei- 
ther Lavagna nor Valdarfer) has not yet 
been discovered. 

21389 — polyhistor sive de situ orbis 
ac mundi mirabilibus liber, curante 
Gu. Tardivo. Without place or 
date {Par,, Cesaru et Stol, about 

1475). 4". 

ro8 leaves with 25 lines, without signa- 
tures, catchwords, and pagination. Leaf i^ 
be^ns with 2 poems to the editor Tardif, 
which are followed by 3 leaves of table of 
contents. The text bc^ns in leaf 5a, and 
the ist line is, Caii ivlii soLiiri ad ad. 
The book ends in leaf io8b, and the last 
5X3 



1746 



SOL 



line is, SUu orbis ac mudi mirtUnlUmM Hber 
Jinit, This edition, which by some is set 
down as early as 1472, contains good read- 
ings peculiar to itself. 

The existence of a pretended edition, 
Brixiay Bonbiu* de Boninis, 1480. {Pan- 
zery I. 144) is very suspicious. 

21390 — rerum memorabiliuin col- 
Jectanese (sic). Farms, And. Por- 
tilia, 13 cal. Jan. 1480. small 4^ 

102 leaves (the ist blank) with 27 lines 
in a full page, and the signatures a^n. 
Leaf 2a line 1 is, CAI JuHi Solini reru 
memorabUium. The proeemium and 2 leares 
of table of contents follow. The text begins 
in leaf 5a (signature 61). The colophon 
is in leaf io2* (WolfenbQttel). 

A pretended edition, Parma^y 1483. 4**. 
(ParureTy II. 356.) is uncertain. And the 
edition, Ven.y 10 Mart. 1490.4". {Paruter, 
III. 392) certainly rests oiQy on a copy of 
the edition of 1408, in whicii the VIII is 
scratched out o( toe date. 

21391 — de memoralibus {sic) 

mundi. Ven., Thdr. de Ragazoni- 

bus de Asula, 23 Aug. 1491. 4°. 

52 leaves with 37 lines, and the signa- 
tures o-^. Ck)nsu]t Opuscoli di atttori SU 
cil. XX. 285. Divided into 63 chapters. 
The MirabiUa Roma follow in leaf /8a. 

21392 — de memorabilibus (sic) 

mundi. Yen., without the printer's 

name, 13 Jan. 1493. 4°. 

44 leaves with 40 lines, and the signatures 
a-/(Wol^enbOttel). 

21392 — de mirabilibuB mundi. 
Brixiae, Jac. firitannicus^ 20 Nov. 
1498. fol. 

6 leaves of preliminary matter (the 6th 
blank), and 34 numbei^ leaves. Divided 
into 08 chapters. Superintended by Bar- 
tolinus Atriensis, who asserts that he has 
corrected the text, and who has prefixed an 
index. 

21394 — de memoralibus (sic) mun- 
di. Ven., without the printer's 
name, 10 Mart. 1498. fol. 

46 leaves with 40 lines, and the signa- 
tures a-/* Divided into 6$ chapters, but 
without the Memorabilia Roma of the edi- 
tion of 1 49 1. An edition, without plaoe^ 
1498. 4°. in PanMeTy IV. 467. 

21395 — polyhistor sive de mirabili- 
^bus mundi opus a Ph. Beroaldo 

emendatum. Bonon.^ Bd. Hectoris, 

1500. 4°. 

78 leaves (the last blank), with the sig- 
natures A^Ly and 27 lines. Divided into 



SOL 

70 chapters. Camers judges unfavourably 
of Beroaldus*s corrections of the text, in 
which he does not appear to have oiade 
use of any MSS. 

21396 — Solinus de Memoralibus 
(sic) Mundi diligenter annotatus et 
indicio alphabetico prenotatus. Par., 
accuratione Ascensiana^ 4 id. Jul. 

4 leaves of preh'minary matter, and 44 
numbered leaves. First is a letter of Ba- 
dius Ascensius to J. de Faloe, dated id 
Jul. 1503 (WdfenbUttel). Par.y Lambert, 
1503. 4°. only differs in the statement of 
the firm. Repeated, Par.y Asceruiusy 
151a. 4^, and Spiray impenns C. H. (Cr. 
Hist), 1512. 4"*. (WolfenbQttel). t^., Im- 
pemit C. H.y 15 15. 4^ Gothic letter, 4 
leaves of prdiminary matter, and 44 num- 
bered leaves. Par. (Dion. Roce), without 
date. 4°. — ^All these editions have 65 
chapters. 

21397 — C. iulius Solinus de situ or. 

bis terrarum x de singulis mirabili- 

bus quae in mundo habentur. Ui- 

bius Sequester de fluminibus mon- 

tibus lacubus t gentibus. Prouin- 

ciarum totius orbis nomina ad nostra 

tempora redacta. Pisauri, Hi. Son- 

cimis, ult. Jan. 15 12. fol. 

6 leaves of preliminary matter, 34 num- 
bered and 8 unnumbered leaves. Superin- 
tended by Alexander Gaboardus Turoella- 
nus, and divided into 68 chapters. Printed 
after a Venetum exemplar, but compared 
with 4 Ejcemplaria arUiqtusg.y whose va- 
rious readings are specified at the end. 
Subsequently with Pomp. Mela. Ven., 
Akku, 1 5 18. 8*., and Fhr., JurUay 1519 
or 1526. 8". 

21398 *- J. Camertis in C. Jul. So- 
lini iroKvuTToupa enarrationes (cum 
textu). Additus ejusd. Camertis 
index. Viennse Austr., J. Singre- 

nius, 1520. fol. 
8 leaves of preliminary matter, 336 pages, 
I unnumbered leaf, 1 1^ with die printer*8 
symbol, and 1 5 unnumbered lea^'cs of index. 
A new and careful recension, less from 
MSS. than from his own conjectures, and 
celebrated by Salmasius himself. Divided 
into 70 chapters. 

21399 — polyhistor seu rerum orbis 
memorabilium collectanea. Adjec- 
tus pneterea est index. Col., Eu- 
char. Cervicomus et Hero Fuchs, 
m. Dec. 1520. 4°. 

92 numbered leaves, and la unnum- 



SOL 

bered, index. Merely the text (in 70 
diapten), without mention of the editor.— 
Afterwu^s with P. Mela. Ven,y Paffonu 
nut, 1 51 1. 17°, 

21400 — polyhiBtor, adjecto ad libri 
calcem indice copiosissimo. Par., 
Sim. Colinseus, 1533. 8^ 

Divided into 60 <^pten. — Afterwards 
with Mela. Par.y Ch. JVeehel, 1536. 8**. 

21401 — polyhistor. Lugd., Sb. G17- 
pbius, 1537- 8^ 

21402 — polyhistor seu rerum orbis 

memorabilium collectanea, partim 

ad vetustissimor. exemplarium B^ 

dem restituta, partim scholiis illus- 

trata. Auctoris vita per J. Camer- 

tem accurate coUecta. Accessit his 

index omnium capitum ordine di- 

gestorum. Lugd., ap. her. Sim. 

Vincentii, m. Sept. 1539. 8^. 

This appears to be a repetition of the 
edition by Olivarius (with Mela. Par. 1536. 

21403 — polyhistor, rerum toto orbe 

memorabilium thesaurus locupletis- 

simus. Huic Pomp. Melae de situ 

orbis libros tres, denuo jam recc^- 

nitos, adjunximus. His accesserunt 

propter priora scholia et tabulas geo- 

graphicas Pt. quoque Olivarii anno- 

tationes. Cum gemino indice. Bas.^ 

Mch. Isingrin, 1543. foL 

10 leaves of prdiminary matter, 230 
pages, and 1 leaf with the printer's symbol. 
With maps engraved on wood and printed 
in the text, and one separate and unnumber- 
ed, which belongs between p. 144 and 145. 
The Solinus is a reprint cf Camers's edi. 
tion of 1520, and, as there, divided into 70 
chapters. — Already, Bas., Mch, Ismgrin 
et H, Peiriy 1538. foL 

21404 — polyhistor, ex antiquis Bur- 

degalensium Dominicanor. codicibus 

ita restitutus, ut nunc primum na- 

tus et editus videri possit. Index 

locupletissimus in tres divisus, in 

quibus multa monuit de varia scrip. 

tura Elias Vinetus. Pictavii, En- 

guilb. Marnef, m. Majo 1554. 4*^. 

4 leaves of preliminary matter, 144 pages, 
and 16 leaves of index. Without any di- 
vision of chapters. A new and clever re- 
cension. 

21405 — commentaria in Solini poly- 
histora et Lucii Flori de Romanor. 



SOL 



1747 



rebus geatis libros, ac tabulam Ce- 
betis, J. Camerte autore. Prseterea 
Pomp. Mele de situ orbis libri III. 
cum oommentariis Jo. Vadiani, 
praemissa ejusd. rudimentaria de 
geographia catechesi. Item alia ex 
Jo. vadiani lucubrationibus opus- 
cula. Bas., H. Petri, m. Aug. 1557. 
fol. 

With the text of these 3 authors; the 
text of Cebes however is only in a Latin 
translation. Solinus is divided into 70 
chapters. J. Herold superintended the 
edition. 34 leaves of preliminary matter 
and 478 pages; then Mela, 16 leaves of 
preliminary matter and 297 pages. There 
are no maps in this edition. In p. 337 etc 
the scholia of some unknown literary per- 
son to chaptere 1-7 of Solinus are added 
besides. 

21406 — polyhistor a Mt. Ant. Del- 
rio emendatus. Antw., Cp. Plan- 
tinus, 1572. 8°. 

A new recension from MSS., yet often 
without specifying the ground for alteration. 
The editor was as unjust towards Gamers 
as Salmasius subsequently was towards him- 
self. 

His text is repeated with IHon§ftku (Afer, 
Par,)y H, Steph,, 1577. 4". 

21407 — polyhistor. Edid. G. Drau- 
dius. Ff. 1603. 4°. 

An edition rather sddom to be met with. 
The text is here divided into 65 chapters. 

Salmasius gave a new recension in his 
Plmmnm e^eereUationes, 1619 (see above. 
No. 10134). He divided the text accord- 
ing to the old list of chapters into 56 
chapters. 

21408 — collectanea rerum memora- 
bilium sive polyhistor, a nonnullis 
rerum toto orbe memorabilium the- 
saurus nuncupatus, cum indice. 
Editus studio And. Reyheri. Go- 
th®, Reyher, 1665. 8°. 

Camers*s text. Divided into 70 chapters, 
and 1000 smaller subdivisions, with a use- 
ful index. The printing is not very cor- 
rect. 

21409 — compendium rerum memo- 
ratu dignar. et scitu jucundarum. 
Lips., Klosius, 1708. 8°. 

A repetition of the preceding edition, 
with the omission of Solmus*s name. 

21410 — polyhistor. Ex edit. CI. 
Salmasii accurante And. Goezio. 
Lps., Bauer, 1777. 8°. (1 d.) 

Incorrectly printed. 
5X4 



1748 



SOL 



21411 — polyhistor ad opt. editt. 
oollatus. Pnemittitur notitia lite- 
raria. Accedit index. Bip. 1794. 
8°. (logr.) 

As yet the best small edition. 

21412 — Julio Solino de las cosas 
maravillosas del mundo por Alvaro 

Gutierrez de Torrea. Toledo^ '5 24* 

40 

21413 — Julio Solino traduddo por 
Cristoval de las Cas^s. SeviUa, 

1573- 4°- 

21414 — Solino delle cose marayi- 

gliose del mondo, trad, da 6i. Vine. 
Belprato conte di Anversa. Ven.^ 
Giolito, 1557 (at the end, 1558). 
8^ 

Also, Ven., GioHio, 1559. 8^ U., itL, 
1570. 8°. ib., id., 1584. 8^ 

21415 — the excellent and pleasant 
worke of Julius Solinus polyhistor. 
Translated out of Latin into Eng. 
lish, by Arth. Golding. Lond.^ 
Charlewood, 1587. 4^ 

Subsequently with Oolding^s transla- 
tion of Pomp, Mela. Land, 1590. 4"*. — 
Dn. Gu. Mdleri diss, de Solino, AUarf, 
1693. 4*. 

21416 SOLIS, Alonso de. El pelayo, 
poema. Madr. 1754. 4*^. 

21417 SOLIS y Ribadeneira, Ant. 
de. Historia de la oonquista de 
Mexico, poblacion y progressos de 
la America Septentrional^ oonocida 
por el nombre de nneva Espana. 
Madr., Sancha, 1783. large 4"^. 2 
vols, with plates (270 rs.) 

A scarce and very fine edition of an 
esteemed work, which contains 24 plates, 

2 maps, and 2 portraits. The other editions 
are, Madr, 1604. foL Barcelona^ 1691 or 
1711. fol. Brusstias, 1704 or 41. fol. 
Madr. 1732 or 48. foL Cordova^ 1743. 
fol. Madr, 1758. 12". 3 voIL t^. 1768. 
4^ ib, 1776. 4". 2 voU. ib, 1780. 8*. 

3 voll. ib. 1798. 12°. 5 voll. with plates. 
Land. 1809. 8°. 3 toIL (il. iis. 6d.) 

Istoria della conquista del Messico (trad, 
da Corsini), Fir, 1699. 4*". with plates. 
F«i. 1715. 4». tt. 1733. 4«. 

Histoire de la conqutte du Afejnqus 
{trad, par CUri de la Guette). Par. 1691. 
4°. Hayey 1692. 12°. 2 v<^ Par, 1704, 
or 14, or 3a 12^ 2 voll. 

In German (translated from the French), 
Kopenh. 1750-51. 8^ 2 vols. In English 
by Townsend and Hooke. Lond.i'jfi. 8^ 



SOL 

2 vols, with plates. Hitttme em Conqueien 
af Mexico, overeat ved Birgitie Ltrnge. 
jrto6mA.i747. 8^ 2 voll. 

21418 — varias poesias sagradas y 
profieuias, recogidas y dadas a luz 
por J. de Goyenedie. Madr., Hi- 
erro, 17 16. 4**. 

Previously, Madr, 1692. 4". Also, t& 
1733- 4"' 

21419 — comedias. Madr. 1681. 4^ 

Also, ib., Alvarez, 1687. 4". 

21420 SOLIS, Diego Muxet de. Co- 
medias humanas y divinas, y rimas 
morales. Brnsselas, Hoeymaker, 
1624. 4^ 

At WolfenbUttd. 

21421 SOLIS, Virga. Newe Figu- 
ren des newen Testaments, durch 
Vergilium Solis anfs kunstlichest 
gerissen. Ff. a. M., J. WoliF, 1565. 
8^ 127 pages. 

With 125 woodcuts, containing the Oos- 
peb for Sundays and fi^vals, the pasMoo 
and the apocalypse^ printed in the text. 
Eadi woodcut is furnished with a Ijatin 
and German rene.'—Bibliscke Figuren de9 
A. T, Ff. a, M, 1562. 4^ See also Ovi- 
Dius, No. 15595. 

21422 SOLLEYSEL, Jac. de. Le 
parfait marechal. Par. 1746 or 54. 
4°. with plates. 

Also, Trivowr, 1675. 4*. Par. 1692, 
1712, or 1744. 4^ In German, Gettfy 
1677. fol. ib. 1706. 4^ In En^ish by 
Hope. Land. 1 7 1 7. foL 

SOLON, see Gnomjb, No. 8628. 

21423 SOLORZANO de Castillo, 
Alonso. Nochas de plazer* En 
que contiene doze novelas. Barce- 
lona, Cormellas, 1631. 8°. 

At Wolfenbtittel. 

21424 — varios y honestos entreteni- 
mientos. Mexico, 1625. 8^ 

21425 — historia de Marco Antonio 
y Cleopatra. Ed. II. Madr., Alonso 
y Padilla, 1 736. 8°. 

21426 — aventuras del bachiller Tra- 
paza. Madr. 1 733. 8^ 

21427 — garduna de Sevilla. Madr. 
1642 or 1733. 8^ 

In French by d*Ouirille. Par. 1661 r8^ 
ib. 1 731. I2\ 2 vols, with plates. 

21428 SOLORZANO Pereira, J. de. 
Disputationes de Indiarum jure sive 



SOL 

de jasta Indiar. OGcidentalittm inqui- 
sitioQe, acquisitione et retentione. 
Madr. 1629. fol. 2 yoll. 
Both vols, of this work are tcaroe. 

21429 SOLVYNS, Bths. Les Hin- 
dous, ou description de leurs moeurs, 
oontWes, cerlmonies etc. deasin^ 
d'apres nature dans le Bengale, et 
repr^ntes en 393 planches. Arec 
le texte en anglais et en fnui9ai8. 
Par. i8o8'ia. large fol. 4 voll. 
(1728 fr., with retouched coloured 

plates 2600 fr.) 

However moderate the execution of the 
coloured printed plates may be, yet they are 
distinguished by a rare fidelity and truth of 
representation. The edition in 4°. has not 
been finished. The author had before pub- 
lished a similar work at Calcutta ; A caiO' 
logue qf 350 coloured etchings deaeripHve qf 
the manners, customs, dtarader, dress, 
and reHgious ceremonies afihe Hindoos, bff 
Bths. Sohgns. Calcutta, Mirror press, 
1799. ^^^ ^ ^^^ ^i' edition is very 
scarce, as all but 6 copies are said to have 
been spoiled. The following is an abridg- 
ment of it; The costume qf ffindostan, 
elucidated hy 60 coloured engravings, with 
descriptions by Bths. Solvgns. Lend, 1804. 

hirgB4*- 

SOMA VERA, see Ai^essio. 

21430 SOMEREN, R. H. van. Ge- 
dichten. Amst* J. van der Hey,. 
1820-23. S*** * ^^' 

21431 SOMERS. Collection of scarce 
and valuable tracts on the most in- 
teresting subjects, collected in the 
public and private libraries, parti- 
cularly that of lord Somers. New 
edit, with notes and additions by 
Walter Scott. Lond., Murray, 
1809-15. 4°. 13 vols. (41 1. 19s.) 

The first edition of this collection, ex- 
tremely important for British history, and 
which has become scarce, appeared, Lond, 
1748-51. 4^ 16 vols. A selection there- 
from, Jjond, 1795. 4"* There are bio- 
graphies of Somers by Cooksey, hand, 
1 791. 4"., and by Maddock, Lond. 1812. 

4^ 

21432 SOMERVILE, W. The 
chase^ a poem. Lond., Bulmer, 
1796. large 4°. On vellum paper. 

A splendid edition, with 13 fine wood- 
cuts by the brothers Bewick. There are 3 
copies on vellum, one of which was offered 
for sale at aiL, and another was sold for 



SON 



1749 



15L 4t. 6d. The biographical sketch 
prefixed to this edition is by Is. Reed. 

Also, Lond. 1735. 8^. Lond. 1801. small 
4*. (with the same woodcuts of Bewick, 
but with worse impressions), ib. 1804. 8°. 
with Bewick's woodcuts, ih.. Walker, 
1810. 13°. The chase, uHth a otitioal essay 
by J. Aikin. Lond. 1796. 8^ on veilum 
paper with plates ; and with the same cri- 
tique, Lond. 1800. 12**. with plates. 

21433 — hobbinol, field sports, and 
the bowling green. Lond., Bulmer, 
1 813. 4°. with woodcuts by Nesbit. 

This burlesque poem is also in the edi* 
tions of the Chase, Lond. 1766. 8^ Atr- 
nungham, BaskertfUle, 1767. 8"*. 

21434 — poetical works. Lond., Bell, 
1797. 12^ 2 vols, lb., Cooke, 1803. 
12^ with plates (5s. 6d.) Lond., 
Sharpe, 1805. ^^^* ^ parts in x vol. 
Also, Lond., 1810 or la. 12**. 

21435 SOMMERSBERG, P. W. de. 
Silesiacar. rerum scriptores aliquot* 
Lps. 1729-32. fol. 3 voll. 

21436 SOMNER, Gu. Dictionarium 
saxonico-latino-anglicum : accessit 
iElfnd grammatica ktino-saxonica 
et glossarium latino-sazonicum. Ox. 
1659. fol. 

21437 — antiquities of Canterbury, 
enlarged by N. Battely, with the 
supplement. Lond. 1703. fol. 2 
parts in i vol. 
Previously, Land. 1640. 4^ 

21438 SONETTI e canzoni di di- 
versi antichi autori Toscani in diect 
(undid) libri raccolte. Fir., heredi 
di Ph. di Giunta, 1527. 8°. 

4 unnumbered leaves, and 148 num- 
bered. The first and tolerably scarce edi- 
tion of a very rich collection of poems ly 
Dante, Cino da Pistoja, Ouido Cavalcantir 
Dante da Majano, Ouittone d'Aresao, and 
others. There is a copy with MS. varioua 
readings and annotations by Ant Mar. 
Salvini at Dresden ; see my history of the 
Royal library, p. 306 sq. 

21439 — rime de diversi antichi au- 
tori Toscani in dieci (undid) libri 
raccolte. Yen., J. Ant. e fratelli da 
Sabio, 1532. 8^. 148 leaves. 

A less fine but more correct reprint of 
the preceding edition. 

21440 — rime di diversi antichi au- 
tori Toscani in dodici libri raccolte. 
Giuntovi moltissime coee che nella 



1750 



SON 



Fiorentina edizione del 1527 non 
si leggevano. Ven.^ Cristof. Zsne, 
1 73 1 (new title, Ven., Occhi^ 1 740). 

In this careful and scarce edition the 
poemit are re-arranged, and considerably 
augmented. 

21441 SONGE. Cy commence le 
songe de la pucelle. (Brehant Lo- 
deac en Bretagne), Robin Foucqaet 
et J. Cres, au mois de Janvier 1 484. 
4°. Gothic letter^ 8 leaves. 

A very scarce poem. 

21442 SONGES (les) de la pucelle, 
avec la fontaine damours i se com- 
mence. Nescio quid sit amor. 
Avignon, J. de Channey, without 
date (about 1530). small 8°. Gothic 
letter, 30 leaves. 

A very scanse edition of a printer not 
noticed in Panzer. There is also an edition 
without place or date in small 8°. or 16**. 
Gothic letter, 8 leaves. 

21443 SONGE (le) dor6 de la pu- 
celle. Without place or date {Lyon^ 
about 1500). 4®. Gothic letter, 13 

leaves. 

This poem, in verses of 8 syllables, and 
stanzas of 7 lines (but without the ballad 
at the end), is reprinted in the Conterva- 
teuTy 1758, Juin. p. 81-99. 

21444 SONGE du Vergier, qui parle 
de la disputation du clerc et du 
chevalier (par J. de Vertu). With- 
out place {Lyon), J. Maillet, 1491. 
small fol. Gothic letter. 

21445 Par., par le Petit Lau- 
rens pour J. Petit libraire. Without 
date. fol. Gothic letter. 

Also, Par.y J, Petiiy 1503. fol. Songe 
du Vergier avee une dieserioHon sur le 
mime songe, in: Traitess dee droits de 
Valise goUicane. T. II. Without place, 
1 731. fol. p. I sq. — In Latin, Aureiu de 
tUraque potestaie HbeUus, Sommum Ftri- 
darii nuncupahis. Par., Galliot du Prd, 
1516. 4^ Also in GMuti Monarohia, 
T. I. p. 58 sq. 

Concerning this ecclesiastical work, which 
has been attributed to Ph. de Mayzieres, 
Raoul de Praesles, and Ch. Jac. de Lou- 
viers, consult FlSgel Gesch. der kom. LiU, 
II. 418 sq. MiUmges tir. d*une gr. bibl, 
IV. 6g. Senebier Catal. des MSS. de la 
bibl, de Gen^vet p. 444 sq. 

SONGE du vieux Pelerin (par Ph. 
de Maizi^res), see Melanges tir. 



SOP 

d'une gr. bibl. IV. 72. Zach Cor- 

respondance astron. X. 76. XIV. 

187 sq. 
SONGES drolatiques de Pantagruel, 

see Rabelais. 
SONGS, see Ritson. 

21446 SONNERAT. Voyage aux 
Indes orientales et a la Chine, fait 
depuis 1774 jusqu'en 1781. Par. 
1782. 4°. 2 vols, with plates. 

To be preferred to the edition of 1806 on 
account of the finer impressions. There are 
copies with illuminated plates, and on large 
Dutdi paper. The edition, Par. 1789. 8". 
3 vols, contains fiir fewer plates. To it 
may be joined, Lettre h Mr. Sonnerai, 
par Charpentier de Cossigng. A Pile de 
France, 178:1. 4^ 112 pages and 7 leaves. 
Suppliment au voyage de Sonnerai^ par un 
ancien marin {Foucher d*Obsonville). Amst. 
{Par.) 1785. 8'. 31 pages. 

21447 — — edition augm. d'un 
precis histor. sur I'lnde depuis 1778, 
de notes etc. par Sonnini. Par., 
Dentu, 1806. 8^ 4 vols, and an 
atlas in 4°. of 140 plates. 

60 fr., on vellum piper 1 20 fr. In 4**. 
2 vols. 90 fr., on vellum paper with illu- 
minated plates 300 fr. In G^erman (by 
J. PesBzl). Zftr., Orell, 1783. 4^ 2 vols, 
with plates ( 1 2 d.) LpM. 1 785. 8^ 

21448 — voyage k la nouvelle Guin^ 
(en 1771). Par. 1776. 4^ with 
125 plates. 

In German by J. Ph. Ebeling, Lpz., 
Weygand, 1777. 4^ with plates (2 d. 
12 gr.). 

21449 SONNINI, Charl. N. Sigis- 

bert. Voyage en Gr^e et en 

Turquie, &it par ordre de Lous XVI. 

Par. an 9 (1801). 8°. 2 vols, and an 

atlas in 4^. (18 fr., on vellum paper 

36 fr.) 

In German by Cp. Weyland, Berl. 1801 . 
8**. (i d. 20 gr.) In English, Lend. 1801. 
4*". with plates (2L 12s. 6d.) 

21450 — voyage dans la haute et 
la basse Egypte. Par. an 7 (1800). 
8°. 3 vols, and an atlas of 40 plates 
in 4^ (21 fr.) Also on vellum 
paper. 

In German (by J. Ad. Bergk), Gera, 
1800. 8^ 2 vols, with plates (3 d. 16 gr.) 
In English by Hunter, Land. 1800. 4^ 
with 29 plates, or 3 vols, in 8**. (il. 7s.) 

21451 SOPHOCLIS tragaedise {sic) 



SOP 

septem cum commentariis. Ven., 
Aldus^ m. Aug, 1502. 8°. 

196 unnumbered leaves (the blank leaves 
to be found in the context, and that with 
the anchor being included). The first edi- 
tion, scarce, and greatly prized on aooouut 
of its good and pure text. The schoUa, 
announced in the title, are wanting, and 
did not appear from Aldus*s press. There 
are copies in which the preface on the re- 
verse of the title is wanting. Lord Spencer 
has a defective copy on veuum. 

21452 — tragoedise septem cum inter, 
pretationibus vetustis et valde utili- 
bu8 (curante Ant. Franciuo), Flor., 

her. Ph. Juntie, 6 cal. Nov. 1522. 

40 

4 leaves of preliminary matter, and 194 
numbered leaves. The first edition with 
the scholia. Still more scarce than the 
preceding, and not yet sufficiently charac- 
terized. According to the preface of the 
Juntine edition of 15^7. MSS. appear to 
have been made use <^ in it. At any rate 
it contains a pure text, and peculiarities in 
the scholia, in which it often differs from 
the Roman edition of 1518. 

21453 — tragOBdie septem (gr.) 

Par., Sim. Colinsus, 1528. 8°. 

A tolerably scarce reprint of the Aldine 
with some readings of its own. Without 
the scholia. 

21454 — tragcediae VII. cum com. 
mentariis interpretationum argn- 
menti Thebaidos fSabularum Sopho- 
disy authore Jo. Camerario, jam 
recens natis atque eeditis. Haga- 
noK, ex offic. Seceriana, 3 id. Mart. 

1534. 8°. 

Without the scholia. Camerarius*s notes 
have a separate title. 

21455 — tragoediie VII. cum inter- 
pretationibus vetustis et yalde uti- 
libus. Ff., Pt. Brubach, 1 544. 8°. 

1 leaves of preliminary matter, 193 num- 
bered leaves, and i leaf with the printer's 
symbol. With the scholia. A reprint of 
the Juntine of 15^2, yet witii some altera- 
tions by the editor. In (Edip, CoL leaf 129 
(signature R) 4 pages are transposed by a 
mistake of tiie printer's. 

21456 — tragYBdifle VII. cum inter- 

pretatt. vetustis et valde utilibus. 

Flor., ap. Junctam, 1547. 4^. 

4 leaves of preliminary matter, 199 num- 
bered leaves, i unnumbered leaf, and i leaf 
with the lily. With the scholia, and a pre- 
face by Bn. Juncta. Superintended by 



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1751 



Pt. Victorius, and corrected, especially in 
the two (EiUfi and the TraehinetB^ from 

MSS. 

21457 — tragoedis VII. (gr.) Ff., 

Pt. Brubach, m. Mart. 1550. 8"". 

437 pages, and i leaf with the printer's 
symbol. Without tiie scholia, and a re- 
print of tiie edition of 1544. The same 
may be said of the editions, //., PL Bra- 
haAj 1567. 8". 437 pages. Witt,, Mth, 
Wehck, 1585. 8^ 427 pages. 

21458 — rpay^uu, Ai^fu/r/MOv rev 
Tpuckuftev irc/M furptw o/r ^xf^ia-aTo 
loijxMcKij?, irv/M <rxrifiar»v, trxoKta. 
Par., Adr. Turnebus, 1552. small 
4°. 4 leaves of preliminary matter, 
and 400 pages. — Demetrii Triclinii 
in Sophocl. commentarii. ib., id., 
1553 (at the end 1552). small 4^ 
2 parts in i vol. 

A fine and scarce edition, good copies of 
which, when they contain the scholia, 
are greatly sought after. It was made 
from a codex arbitrarily interpolated by 
Demetr. Tridinius, which was in the pos- 
session of Amarus Ranoonet, and contains 
a quantity of bad readings and ignorant 
alterations, particularly in the choruses. 
And yet the subsequent editors down to 
Brunck almost entirely retained this cor- 
rupted text. The scholia of Triclinius 
differ from those of the earlier editions. 

21459 — tragcediflc VII. cum inter- 
pretationibus vetustis et valde uti- 
libus. Ff., without the printer's 

name, 1555. 4°. 

2 leaves of preliminary matter, and 193 
numbered leaves. Although it accords, 
page for page, witii the edition of 1544, 
yet it is really a new imprisssion. The 
scholia are included. 

21460 — tragcedise VII. Una cum 
omnibus grsecis scholiis et cum la- 
tinis Jo. Camerarii. Annotationes 
H. Stephani in Sophoclem et £u- 
ripidem, seorsum excusse, simul 
prodeunt. (Oliva, H, Stephani), 
1 568. 4*^. 

4 leaves of preliminary matter, 461 pages, 
Greek text, 243 pages, notes. Turnebus*s 
text, with some alterations. The old 
schoiia and those of Triclinius are here 
combined. Tliereto belong, H. Stephani 
annotaticnet in Sophoclem et Euripidem 
(Okva Steph,) Elmsley has shewn that in 
these Annotationes he made use of no MSS. 
but only earlier editions. 

21461 — tragoediee VII. (gr.) In 



1762 



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quibus praeter multa menda sublata, 
carminum omnium ratio hactenus 
obscurior^ nunc apertior proditur, 
opera Gu. Canteri. Antw., Cp. 
Plantinas, 1579 (at the end 1580). 

A neat, correct, and Kcaroe edition. 
Canter*8 critique, diiefly metrical, gained 
credit particularly as to the new arrange- 
ment of the plays. 

21462 — tragoedise VII. (gr.) In 
quibus prsster multa menda sublata, 
carminum omnium ratio apertior 
proditur, opera Gu. Canteri. LB., 
Fr. Rapheleng., 1593. 12°. 

427 pages, and 8 unnumbered leaves 
{notm Canieri et tenterUiae Saphocl.) A 
repetition of the preceding edition. 

21463 — tragoediae VII. (gr. lat.) 
Ex ad verso respondet latina inter- 

Sretatio, in qua verbum verbo red- 
idit Vitus Winsemius. Carminum 
ratio ex Gu. Cantero diligenter ob- 
servata; additis ejus in totum So- 
phoclem notis. Heidelb., Hi. Com- 
melinus, 1597. 8^ 

70X pages, without schoh'a. Canter's 
text, whose notes, mentioned in the title, 
are not to be found therein. 

21464 — tragcediae VII. Una cum 
omnibus greecis scholiis, et latina 
Viti Winsemii interpretatione. Qui- 
bus accesserunt Jo. Camerarii, nee 
non H. Stephani annotatt. Una 
cum indice sententiar. Sophoclear. 
Excud. P. Stephanus^ 1603. 4". 

4 leaves of preliminary matter, 794 pages, 
and 13 iinnnmbered leaves, text; 51 pages, 
not^ Stephani ; 102 pages, noUe Camerarii ; 
3 leaves, index serUenUarum. A slovenly 
and not quite correct repetition of the edi- 
tion of 1568, with the addition of the Liatin 
translation of Winsemius and the notes 
of H. Stephens, which had before appear- 
ed by themselves. 

21465 — tragoediffi Sophoclis quot- 
quot extant^ grieco-latinse. In- 
golst.. Ad. Sartorius, 1608. 8^ 
945 pages. 

21466 — tragoediae VII. (gr. lat.) 
una cum omnibus grsecis scholiis ad 
calcem adnexis. Cbr., J. Field, 
1665 (new title 1669 or 1673). 8'', 
— S;(oXia naXcua top now doici/M»y, 
fxera km roy rov TpucktMtov fU 2o- 



SOP 

ffiOKk€ovs hrra rpay^uig, Cbr.^ J. 
Field, axfiy, (1668). 8°. 2 parts in 

1 vol. 

Stephen8*s text. A neat and convenient 
small edition. 

21467 — tragoediae VII. Cum ver- 
sione lat. et selectis quibusdam 
yariis lectionibus. Lond., Tonson 
et Watts, 1722. large 12°. 2 voll. 

Stephens's text, without scholia. Tliis 
edition has been erroneously attributed to 
Maittaire. Repeated, Lond., Toruon et 
WatUy 1747. laige I2^ 2 vols. 

21468 — tragoedise, quae extant, sep- 
tem ; cum versione latina. Ad- 
ditae sunt lectiones variautes et 
notae Th. Johnson in IV. tragoedias. 
Glasg., Foulis, 1745- small 8^ 

2 voll. 

Stephens's text, without scholia. This 
smaller edition, although neat, is very in- 
correctly printed. 

21469 — tragoediae, quae extant, sep- 
tem. Additae sunt lectiones va* 
riantes et notae Th. Johnson in IV. 
tra^. Glasg., Foulis, 1745. small 

4^ 

Of the same form as the preceding, but 
far more correct, and without the Ladn 
translation. A copy enlarge paper, 41 fr. 
95 c. M*Carthy. 

21470 — tragoediae VII. Nova ver- 
sione donatae, scholiis veteribus no- 
tisque perpetuis et variis lectioni- 
bus illustratas. Opera Th. John- 
son. Lond. et Etonae, Innys, 1746. 
8^ 3 voll. 

Each vol. has also a separate title^ 
namely, T. I. AJax et Electro (at first, Ox. 
1705. 8^). T. II. Antig,f Trachin., (Edip. 
Col. (at 6r8t, Ox. 1708. 8'.). T. III. 
(E<Hp. Tyr. et Philoet, In England the 
1st and and vol. of the smrate very correct 
editions of 1 705 and 1 708 are sought after, 
and to these is added the 3rd vol. (which 
did not appear earlier) of the edition of 
1746.— The edition, Lond.^ Pote, 1758. 8**. 
2 voll. in which Palairet took part, is less 
correct. The foUowing, on the contrary, 
was very carefully superintended (by J. 
Tweedie), Eioruey Foley 1775. 8^ 2 volL 
Repeated, ib. 1788 or 1799. 8^ 2 volL 

21471 — traffoedise VII. cum inter- 
pretatione latina et scholiis vett. 
ac novis. Editionem curavit J. 
Capperonnier. Eo defuncto edidit, 
notas^ prffifetionem et indioem ad- 



SOP 

jecit J. Pr. Vaavillien. Par., Pis- 
isot^ 1 78 1. 4^ 2 voll. Also on 
large paper. 

A repnnt of Johnson's edition in the 
text, translation, and scholia, with little ap- 
paratus of its own, and that of no great im- 
portance. MSS. were not made use of. 
Finely printed, and scarce on large paper. 

21472 — tragoediae, gr. Eton», 1 786. 

This edition, superintended hy Harwood, 
and very scaroe in Germany, is fiimished 
with various readings from the editions of 
Aldus and Tumebua, short notes and a very 
complete index by Mordl. The various 
readings of Brunch's edition were also 
added to it in 1788. 

21473 — quae exstant omnia, cum ve- 
terum grammaticor. scholiis. Su- 
perstites tragoedias VII. ad op. 
timor. exemplarium (idem recensuit^ 
versione et notis illustravit, deper. 
ditar. iragmenta ooU^t Rch. Fr. 
Ph. Brnnck. Arg.» Treuttel^ 1786. 
large 4*^. 2 toU. 

A new recension, in which Brunck used 
the Aldine text as the basis^ and corrected 
it after 8 MSS. and by conjecture. He 
has the merit of having purified the text of 
Sophocles from the interpolations of Tri- 
dinius, and of having restored it to its ori- 
ginal genuinenen; but sometimes his al- 
terations are too bold, and even metrically 
wreng. The Latin translation is new. 
Slid the sdiolia are accurately printed from 
the Roman edition of 1518. The edition 
is fine, and very correctly printed. There 
are*two copies on vellum, one in the Royal 
library at Paris, and the other in Re- 
nouard's possession. 

21474 — tragoediae VII. ad optimor. 

exemplarium fidem emendatae, cum 

yersione et notis* ex editione Rch. 

Fr. PIl Brunck. Arg.« Treuttel, 

1786-89. 8^ 4 voll. Also on large 

paper. 

The first 3 vds., which appeared some 
months before the preceding edition, con- 
tain the text, translation, and notes; the 
3rd the scholia, and the 4th the index. 

21475 — tragoediee VII. (gr.) £x- 
hibet J. M. Suerius Duplan. Par. 
1787. 12**. 3 voll. 

Merely an impression of the usual old 
text, without any farther apparatus. 

21476 — tragoediae VII. cum scholiis 
vett., versione lat. et notis. Acce- 
dunt deperditor. dramatum frag- 



SOP 176S 

menta. £x editione Rch. Fr. Ph. 
Brunck. Arg., (without the print- 
er's name)^ 1788. large 8". 3 vols. 

This edition, only 350 copies of which 
were printed, contains a new revision of 
the text and of the scholia, omitting the 
more recent scholia and those of Tridinius, 

and also the index. 

• 

21477 — tragoediae (gr.) in usum 
scholar, ad exemplar Brunckianum 
expresses. Hal.^ orphanotropheum, 
1790. 8^— Ed. II. emendatior. 
ib. 1813. 8^ (i d., on Dutch paper 

2d.) 

21478 — tragoediae VII. Cum ani- 
madw. Sm. Musgravii. Accedunt, 
praeter variantes lectionis editionum 
optimarum, Sophodis fragmenta, 
ex editione Brunckiana, nee non 
index verborum. Ox.^ e typogr. 
Clarend., 1800. 8®. 2 voll. Scholia 
grasca in Sophocl. ib. 1801. 8°. 
Also on large paper. 

It does not greatly deviate from the text of 
Tridinius. RepeiUed, ib. 1809, 10. 8^ 
3 vols. (iL 7s., on laige paper il. 15s.) 
The two vols, of text, (166., on large paper 
il.), and the vol. of scholia (i is., on laige 
paper 15a.) are also sold separately. 

21479 — tragoediae VII. ac deper. 
ditar. iragmenta. Emendav.^ va. 
rietatem lectionis, scholia notasque 
tum aliorum tum suas adjecit C. 
Glo. A. Erfiirdt. Lps., Fleischer^ 
1802-25. large 8°. 7 voll. (18 d. 

8gr.) 

A new recension, partly from MSS., but 
somewhat hastily and unequally executed. 
The single vols, are also sold under sepa- 
rate titles : T. I. Traehm. 1803 ; T. II. 
Eleetra, 1803; T. 111. Philooieies, 1805 1 
T. IV. AnHg, 1806; T. V. CEdip. re*, 
1809; T. VI. 4jajfy 1811 ; T.\lL(E(Hp. 
CoL 1835. a vols, are still to be expected. 

21480 — tragcediaB VII. ex rec. 
Brunckii cum Brunckianis selectis 
paucisque suis notis edid. Lr. Sahl. 
Havn.^ Proft, 1802. 8^ 2 parts in 
1 vol. (i d. 16 gr.) 

21481 — dramata quae supersunt, et 
deperditor. fragmenta, gr. et lat. 
Denuo reoensuit et Brunckii anno, 
tatione integra, aliorum et sua se. 
lecta illustravit F. H. Bothe. Lps., 
Weidmann^ 1806. 8^. 2 voll. (6 d.. 



1764 SOP SOP 

on writing paper 8 d.^ on Dutch orphanotropheum, 1822. 8^ 2 parts 

paper 1 2 d.) in i vol. ( 1 d.) 

21482 — tragcediae VII. cum scholiis Desenring of recommendation on account 
vett., versione lat. et notis. Acce- J^« ""^^ complete ooUection of various 
dunt deperditor. dramatum frag- "^' 

nienta, ex edit. Rch. Fr. Ph. 21488 — tragcBdie VII. (gr.) ad 

Branch. Ox., BUss, 1808. 8°. opt™or. bW. fidem rec. Ed. 

2 voll. Also on large paper. Wunder. Ace. brevis annotatio et 

21483 — tragcfidisB VII., gr. Ex conspectus metrorum. Lps., Hart, 
edit. Rch. Fr. Ph. Brunck. Textui mann, 1825. 8°. (2 d., on fine paper 
subjicitnr singularum editionum * d. 1 o gr.) 

Brunckianar. discrepans lectio. Ox., 21489 — Tragodien, griech. mit 

Bliss, 1809. 32«. 2 volL (ids.) *^»^» deutschen Anmerkk. von 

An uncommonly neat pocket edition. O. C. W. Schneider. Weimar, 

21484 — tragoediae. Ad optimor. Hoflinann, 1823-25. 8^ 4 smaU 
libror. fidem iterum recensuit et ^^"' (^ ^' '^^O 

brevibus notis instruxit C. Glo. A. J. I, Eleetra. T. 11. Trachin., T. III. 

Erfurdt. Lps., Fleischer, 1809-25. "^^^ ^' ^^' ^^^^- ^'' " ^^'"^ """'^ 

small 8^*. 7 voU. (7 d.) 21490 — prime Sophoclis tragoedin 

The single vob. are also sold under se- duse, Ajax et Electra (gr.) Prae- 

parate titles: T.I. -rfnrt^ow, 1809; T. II. fatio CI. Ther«i. Arg., Wendel. 

^Tv^'lJj \^"''J' "i- ^4, '\7; Rihel, 1540. 8°. 125 pages. 

T. IV. Electro, i8co; T. V. Traehin, «. ^«, ^'T- n ii-/.^ / 1 ^ v 

1832 ; T. VI. PM^t. 1824; T. VII. 21491 — Ajax flageUifer (gr. lat.) 

CSdip, CoL 1835. Callimachi hymni in Jovem et 

21485 — tragoediae ad optimor. libror. ApoUinem (lat.) J. Lonioero in- 
fidem emendatae, cum brevi nota- terprete. Bas., Hervag., m. Aug. 
tione emendationum, cura Gf. H. '533- 4°- ^^9 pages. 

Schafer. Lps., Tauchnitz, 1810. 21492 — Ajax flageUifer (gr.). la 

12^ 2 voll. (i d. 8 gr.) tinus factus per J. Lonicerum. 

21486 — tragoediae VII. cum vett. Ace. observatt. propositae a Bths. 
grammaticor. scholiis. Versione Stolbergio. Witt., Fincel, 1668. 
latina et notis illustravit, deperdi. ^°* 

tor. dramatum fragmenta collegit ,J^%^*Sd^V' T*6°)*^""is ^ 
Brunck. Accedunt excerpta ex worthlosr P*' ^7 Sh • » V^ 

varietate lectionis, quam continet «, .«« a • j. i^i -.. 

j'^' n n A -c-r J4. T\ *•• 21493 — Ajax et Electra, nova ver- 
editio C. G. A. Erfurdt, Demetni . jt \ i. 1- - -i. 

«ri.|... ii. .. . . sione donatae schouisque vetenbus 

Tnclmu scholia metrica, et notae -n*.* a 1. 

• ji'4. n -D "T jo'a. illustratae. Ace. notae perpetuae et 
meditae C Bumeji. Lond., Priest- • 1 ^^ mi. t i *^ d-^ 

1 o Qo "^ 11 /^i Q vanae lectt., op. Th. Johnson. Ox., 

e7. 18.9. 8 . 4 ToU. (il. 88.. on ^ ^^ ^^^^J ,^^^ ^^ _^ j,; 

5fre'l-X^th. next, the old accuravit Sm. Patrick. Lond.. In- 

scholia, the fragments. Lexicon Sophod., ^^y ^737; 8 . 

various readings from £rftirdt*s edition, 21494 — Ajax, gr. Cum scholiis et 

and Bumey's notes. T. III. contains the commentario perpetuo edid. Ch. A. 

scholia of Triclinius, and the Latin trans- t ^k««L- t «- xxr^iA^^^^ . q^^ 

lation, and T. IV. Erfurdt's notes.-An- tf^^*"; ^ps., Weidmann, 1 809. 

other edition, after Brunck and SchUfpr, ^ - ( ' d. 1 6 gr., on writing paper 

with Erfurdt*s notes, appeared. Or. 1820. 2 d.^ on vellum paper 3 d.) 

8«. 3 vols. (il. IIS. 6d.) 21495 — Ajax. Varietate lect. et 

21487 — tragcediae, in us. scholar, ad perpetua adnotatione illustratus ab 
optimor. libror. fidem expressae. H. L. Jul. Billerbeck. Ace. index. 
Ace. varietas lectionis oopiosissima. Gott., Vandenhoeck, 1 824. 8^. 
Ed. III. emendatior et multo auc- (16 gr.) 

tior (curav. J. F. Martin). Hal., 21496 — Antigone et Trachiniae, 



SOP 

nova veraione donatae scholiisque 
veteribus illustratn. Ace. notse 
perpetuie^ opera Th. Johnson. Ox.^ 
eth. Sheld., 1708. 8°, 

21497 — Antigone. Ex rec. Brunck- 
ii cum ejusd. et Camerarii notis 
selectis. Curav. A(lb.) C(h.) M(ei- 
necke). Gott.^ Vandenhoeck, 1788. 
8°. (lagr.) 

21498 — Antigone^ ex Brunck. re- 
censione cum commentario per- 
petuo J. H. Ch. Barby. Berol.^ 
Maurer, 1806. 8^ (ai gr.) 

21499 — r £lettra volgarizzata ed 
espoata da Mch. Ang. Giacomelli 
(gr. ital.) Roma, Pagliarini^ ^754' 

4°. 

21500 — Electa^ et Euripidis An- 
dromache ex optimis exemplarib. 
emendatie^ cura Rch. Fr . Ph. Brunck. 
Ai^., Heitz, 1779. 8°. 

21501 — Electra gr. cum antiquis 
scholiis selectis ex rec. Brunckii. 
Varietate lectionis et perpetua an- 
notatione illustravit G. Ant. Cp. 
ScheflSer. Helmst., Fleckeisen^ 
1794. 8°. (20 gr.) 

21502 — CEdipus tyrannus (gr.) Pro 
Bchola Argentinensi (ed. E. Re- 
gius.) Arg., Ch. Mylius, 1567. 8". 
88 pages. 

21503 — CEdipus tyr., gr. lat. Glasg. 
1777. 4^ Also in 12°. 

21504 — CEdipus tyr. et Euripidis 
Orestes ex optimis exemplaribus 
emendati (cura Rch. Fr. Ph. Brunck). 
Arg., Heitz, 1779. 8**. 

21505 — CEdipus rex, gr. et lat., 
annotatione perpetua illustrav. Ch. 
Gli. Kuinoel. Lps., Weidmann, 
1790. 8°. (2ogr.) 

21506 — CEdipus tyr. e rec. et cum 
notis selectis Brunckii, suisque et 
indice curavit Alb. Ch. Meinecke. 
Gott. 1790. 8°. (8gr.) 

21507 — CEdipus rex. Ex Brunck- 
iana potissimum recensione cum 
commentario perpetuo J. H. Ch. 
Barby. Berol. 1807. 8^ (1 d.) 

21506 — CEdipus tyr., gr., ex rec. 
Pt. Elmsley, qui annotatt. suas ad- 
jecit. Cbr. 1812. 8^ — Ed. auctior 



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indicibus instructa. Lps., Hart- 
mann, 1821. 8^ (12 gr.) 

21509 — CEdipus Coloneus ex rec. 
Brunckii. Cum notis et ind. gr. 
lat. edid. Alb.Ch. Meinecke. Duisb., 
Helwing, 1791. 8°. 

21510 — CEdipus in Colono cum 
scholiis vetustis et suis commenta- 
riis tum emendatius turn explanatius 
edid. C. Reisig. Jen., Croker, 1820. 
8«. (i8gr.) 

21511 — CEdipus Coloneus e rec. 

Pt. Elmsley. Aocessit Brunckii 

et alior. annotatio selecta, cui et 

suam addidit editor. Ox. 1823. 8^. 

(los. 6d.) 

A new reoension after 10 MSS. Re- 
printed, Lps., Harhnann, 1824. 8**. (1 d. 
16 gr.) 

21512 »- Sophoclis tragoedia Philoc- 
tetes, gr. Lutet., Fed. Morellus, 
1586. 4?. — Philoctetes in Lemno, 
stylo ad yeteres tragicos latinos ac 
cedente quam proxime fieri potuit, 
a Q. Septimio Vlorente Christiano. 
Ace. ejusd. glossemata ad eandem 
Philocteteam. ib. 1580. 4^. 

21513 — Philoctetes. Cum notis 
edid. F. Gedike. Berol., Mylius, 
1781. 8^ (12 gr.) 

21514 — Philoctetes, Euripidis He- 
cuba, Medea, Iphigenia in Aulide. 
Recudi et varietate lectionis au- 
geri curavit A. Hm. Niemeyer. 
Ed. II. emendatior, cui indioem 
adjecit J. Ph. Krebs. Hal. 1797. 
8^(2ogr.) 

21515a — Philoctetes, cum comm. per- 
petuo J. H. Ch. Barby. Berol., 
Maurer, 1803. 8®. (16 gr.) 

21515^ — Philoctetes. Recognovit 
et commentariis in usum juvent. 
conscriptis illustravit J. P. Mat- 
thaei. Altonie, Hammerich, 1822. 
8°. (id. i6gr.) 

21516 — Trachinifle gr. e rec. Brunck- 
ii. Edid., commentario illustra- 
vit, scholia gr. indicemque verbor. 
adjecit J. G. Ch. Hopfner. Lps., 
Junius. 1 79 1. 8°. (i d.) 

21517 — Trachinise gr. e rec. Brunck. 
ii. Varia lectione adjecta illustrav. 
H. L. Jul. Billerbeck. Hildes., 



1766 



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Grerstekberg, 1801. 8^. (1 d. to 

21518 — tragcedias omnes nunc pri- 
mum latinse ad verbum faetse ac 
scholiis quibusdam iilustratee^ J. Bt. 
Gabia interprete. Ven.^ J. Bt. a 
Burgofrancho, iS48« 8°* 187 num- 
bered leaves, and i leaf with the 
printer's symbol. — Interpretatio 
tragoediar. Sophoclis, edita a Vito 
Winshemio. Ff., Pt. Brubach, 
1546 or 49. S° — Commentatio ex- 
plicationum omnium tragoediarum 
Sophoclis, cum exemplo duplicis 
conversionis Jo, Camerarii. Bas., 
Oporinus, 1556. 8®. — Tragoedias 
VII. nunc prim, latinn factse, et in 
lucem emissae per J. Lalamantium. 
Lut.^ Mch. Vascosanusj 1558. 8^ 
•— Tragoediae VII. latino carmine 
redditae et annotatt. illustratas per 
Th. Naogeorgum. Bas., OporinuSj 
without date (1558). 8°. — Tra- 
goediae quotquot extant carmine la- 
tino redditae, G. Ratallero inter- 
prete. Antw., Gu. Silvius, 1570. 
8®. Antw., J. Bellerus* 1584, 8°. 
— Tragoediae« Versio Brunckiana, 
denuo recensita et distinctis sin- 
gulis yersibus passim reficta. LB. 
1824. 8^ (2d. 4gr.) — Ajax, Anti. 
gone et Electra, lat. G. Ratallero 
interprete. Lugd., Seb. Gryphius, 
1550. 8°. — Ajaz lorarius a Jos. 
Scaligero translatus. Arg., Ant. 
Bertram, 1609. 8°. — Antigone lat. 
per Gu. Hervetum. Lugd. 1541. 
8°. — Antigone^ interprete Th. Wat- 
son. Lond., J. Wolf, 1581. 4°. 

21519 — Edipo tirano tragedia, tra- 
ducida del griego en verso castel- 
lano con un discurso preliminar 
sobre la tragedia antigua 7 modema, 
por Pedro Estala. Madr., Sancha, 

'793* S''' (6 ™-) — ^ venganza 
de Agamemnon. Tragedia de So. 
focles, traducida por Feman Peres 
de Oliva, in the Pamaso espanol^ 
VI. 191 sq. 

21520 — Sofocle volgarizzato da Fr. 
Lenzini. Vol. I. Siena, i79i« 4°- 
-*-£lettra fiitta volgare (in versi) da 



SOP 

ErasmodiValvasone. Ven., Guerra, 
1588. 12^ — ^Ajace flagellifero, tra- 
gedia di Sofocle. Di nuovo tra- 
dotta di latino in volgare da Girol. 
Giustiniano. Ven., Spineda, 1603. 
8°. — Edipo tiranno tragedia, in 
lingua volgare ridotta da Orsato 
Giustiniano. Ven., Ziletti, 1585. 
4°. — La medes., ridotta dalla greca 
nella Toscana lingua da Pt. Ang. 
Bargeo. Fir., Sermartelli, 1589. 
8*. Ven., Savioli, 1748. S**. — 
Edipo, volgarizzato da Bn. Segni. 
Fir. 181 1. 8^— Edipo Coloneo, 
recato in versi ital. da Gi. Bt. 
Giusti. Bol. 1 819. 8^ — Trachine, 
tragedia trad, in versi toscani. Bol. 
1817. 8". — II Filottete tragedia, con 
alcune rime di Tomm. Gius. Far- 
setti. Ven., Geremia, 1767. 8^ 

21521 — tragedies grecques (Edipe 
et Electre) de Sophocle, trad, avec 
des notes crit. par Mr. Dacier. 
Par., Barbin, 1692. 12°. Amst., 
Gallet, 1693. 12*. — Tragedies de 
Sophocle (Trachin., Ajax, GSdip. 
Col., Antig. ), trad, par Dupuy. 
Par., Bauche, 1762. 4**. — Th^fttre 
de Soph. trad, en entier avec des 
remarques et an examen de chaque 
pi^ce, par de Rochefort. Par., 
Nyon, 1788. 8**. 2 voll. Also on 
larse paper. — ^Trag^die de Soph, 
intitul^ Electra, trad, du grec en 
rhythme fran9. (par Lazare deBaif). 
Par., Roffet, 1537. 8°. 44 leaves. — 
CEdipe, trag. de Soph., et les oi. 
seaux, comedie d'Aristophane. Trad, 
par Boivin. Par., Didot^ ^7^9- 

21522 — Sophokles, verdeutscht vou 
G. Cp. Tobler. Th. i. 2. Bas. 
1781. 8^ (i d. 8 gr.)— Sophokles 
iibs. von Ch. Graf zu Stolberg. 
B. I. 2. Lpz., Goschen, 1787. 8^ 
(3d. 12 gr.) — Trauerspiele, iibs. 
von F. Ast. Lpz., Schwickert, 
1804. 8''. (2 d.) — Trauerspiele, iibs. 
von Grf. Fahse. Lpz., Tauchnitz, 
1804-9. 8**. a voll. (2 d.) — Tragou 
dien, iibs. von C. W. Fd. Solger. 
Berl. 1808. 8^ 2 voll. 2. Aufl. 



SOP 

Berl., Reimer» 1824. S''. 2 voll. 
(2 d. 20 gr.) — Trauerspiele, iibs. 
▼on F. Holderlin. Ff., Wilmans, 
1804. 8*». 2 ToU. (f d.)— Ajax lo- 
rarius, em heydliische TragfBdia^ 
▼on Sophocie erstlich gedichtet u. 
nachmak durch Jos. Scaliger in lat. 
Sprach ▼ertieret. Verteutscht durch 
M. W. S. M. Strb., Ant. Bertram^ 
1608. 8^. — Bestrafter Ajas, aus 
dem Oriech. nen iibs. mit Anmerkk. 
▼on A. Ch. Borheck. Gotha, £t- 
tinger, 1781. 8°. (16 gr.) — Anti- 
gone, CEdipus, Electra, Philoctet 
(iibs. von J. Jac. Steinbriichel). 
Wien u. Lpz., Jahn^ 1760. 8°. 
(Reprinted with the title. Das tra- 
gische Theater der Griechen. Des 
Sophokles ir Bd. Ziir., Orel], 
1763. 8**.) — Antigone, iibs. von 
O. Martens. Bielefeld, 1825. 8''. 
(8 gr.) — CEdipns, aus dem Griech. 
▼on J. Csp. F. Manso. Gotha, 
Ettinger, 1783. 8°. (logr.)--CEdi. 
pas in dem Versmasse des Originals. 
BerL, Adamson, 1804. 8^ (12 gr.) 
•^GBdipus iibs. von Adf. Wagner. 
Lpz., Weygand, 1813. 8^ (14 gr.) 
— Auch iibe. in Wielands neuem 
att. Museum B. I. — Philoktet, 
nadi dem Ghriech. (von Schmalz.) 
Konigsb., Nicolovins, 1795. 8*^. 
(9 ff^') — Philoktet fibs, von O. 
Martens. Tub., Cotta. 1810. 8°. 
(9 ET*) — Trachinerinnen (von E. 
M. Goldhagen). Mitau, Hinz^ 1 777* 
8^. (6 gr.)— Trachinierinnen, ul». 
▼on W. Suvern. Berl. 1802. 8*='. 

21523 — tragedies translated into 

English (prose) by G. Adams. 

Loud., Bowyer, 1729. 8**. 2 vols. 

Lond. 1 81 8. 8°. (128.) — ^Tragedies 

transl. by Th. Francklip. Lond. 

1759. 4". 2 vols. ib. 1766. 8°. 

2 vols. ib. 1788. 8°. ib. 1809. 8°. 

(los. 6d., on large paper 2I. 2s.) — 

Tragedies transl. ( by Potter. ) 

Lond., Robinson, 1788. 4^ Lond. 

1820. 8^ (10s. 6d.) — Tragedies 

transl. into Engl, verse by Th. 

Dale. Lond. 1824. 8°. 2 vols. 
VOL. IV. 



SOP 



1757 



(iL 5s.) — Tragedies literally transl. 
into Engl, prose. Oxf. 1824. 8°. 
2 vols. (15s.) — Ajax, transl. by 
L. Theobald. Lond. 1714. 8°. — 
Electro, transl. by Cp. V^ase. Lond. 
1649. 8°. — Electro, transl. by 
L. Theobald. Lond. 17 14. 8^ — 
(Edipus, transl. by L. Theobald. 
Lond. 1715 or 1765. 8^ — CEdipus 
transl. by G. Somers Clarke. Oxf. 
1790. 8°. — Philoctetes, transl. by 
Th. Sheridan. Dublin, 1725. 8''. 

21524 — Philoctetes op bet Eiland 
Lemnos, Treuerspel. Uit het 
Grieksch, en gevolgd naar het 
Fronsche van de la Harpe, door 
A. L. Barbaz. Amst. 1793. 8^ 
(8 St., on large paper 16 st.) — 
Tragoedier oversette efter den 
graeske Original af P. G. Fibiger. 
I. Deel. Kiobenh. 1821. 8°. 

21525 — Sophoclis vita non prius in 

luoem edita (gr. lat.) Ejusdem 

poetas sententise pulcherrimae, in. 

terprete Bm. Marliano. Rome, 

Ant. Bladus, 1545. 8°. 
A small and very scaroe piece. 

21526 — Ghld. Ephr. Lessing's 
Leben des Sophocl. Berl. 1790. 
8°. (16 gr.) Also in Lessing's 
Werken, XIV. 258 sq.— Thph. C. 
Gu. Schneideri de dialecto Sopho- 
clis ceterorumque tragicor. griecor. 
qusestiones nonnuUae. Jen. 1822. 
8°. — Csp. Jac. Besenbeck Diss, de 
ingenio Sophoclis. Erl. 1789. 4^ 

21527 — commentarii in septem tra- 
gedias Sophoclis : quse ex aliis ejus 
compluribus injuria temporum amis- 
sis sola; superfuerunt (gr.) Romse 
in gymnasio Mediceb Caballini 
montis, ( typis Calliergii ), 15 18. 
small 4°. 

302 unnumbered leaves (the last blank), 
with the signatures a^By and 24 lines. 
The first edition of these scholia, very 
scarce, and prized. 

21528 — scholia in Sophoclis tragoe- 
dias septem. E cod. MS. Lauren- 
tiano descripsit Pt. Elmsley. Ox., 
e typ. Clar., 1825. 8**. (2 d. 20 gr.) 

A very neat impression of the Florentine 
MS., from which the foregoing Roman 
edition was somewhat arbitrarily made. 
SY 



1758 



SOP 



21529 — Pr. Porti in omnes Soph, 
tragg. prolegomena. Morgiis, J. le 
Preux^ 15B4. 4°. J. Jac. Reiske 
Animadvv. ad Sophocl. Lps. 1743. 
8°. L. Doderlein Specimen novae 
edit, tragoediar. Sophoclear. So- 
lisbaci, 1814. 8^ (10 gr.) H. Hup- 
feld Animadw. phiLol. in Sophocl. 
Marb. 18 18. 8^ (6 gr.) Trg. F. 
Benedict Obss. in Sophocl. tragg. 
Lps.j Weidmann, 1820. 8°. (1 d. 
6 gr., on writing paper i d. 1 2 gr., 
on vellum paper 2 d. 8 gr. ) A. Ja- 
cob qusstiones Sophoclese. Varso- 
viae, 1821. 8°. (Fr. Passow) 
Progr. vindiciar. Sophoclear. Spe- 
cimen L Vratisl. 1825. 4°. 

21530 — Jac. F. Heusingeri Speci- 
men observatt. criticar. in Ajacem 
et Electram Soph, ex collatione co- 
dicis MS. (Jen.) Jen. 1745. 4°. 
C. J. W. Mosche 2 Progrr. uber 
die Tragodie Ajaa. Ff. 1799- 
1800. 4°. J. 6I0. Jaeger Anno- 
tatt. ad Sophocl. Ajacem. Altonae, 
18 1 1. 8°. (20 gr.) C. Ph. Conz 
Observatt. philol. ad Sophoclis ali- 
quot loca, prsesertim ex Ajace lo- 
rario. Tubing. 18 15. 4". W. Su- 
vem de Soph. Ajace flagellifero. 
Thorun. 1800. 8**. F. Osann iiber 
den Ajas des Sophokl. Berl. 1820. 
8^ (16 gr.) C. L. Kannegiesser 
liber den Ajax des Soph. Berl. 
1823. 8°. C. Immermann iiber 
den rasenden Ajax des Soph., eine 
asthet. Abhandl. Magd. 1826. 8^ 

21531 — C. L. Kannegiesser iiber 
die Antigone des Soph. Prenzlau, 
1821. 8^ 28 page8.~H. C. Abr. 
Eichstadt Progr. Clytemnestrae tra- 
goedise Sophocli in codd. adscriptae 
fragmentum nunc prim, in Ger- 
mania editum. Jen. 1806. fol. 
6 pages. Sophoclis, ut volunt, Cly. 
temnestrae fragmentum. Edi cu- 
ravit, notis adjectis, C.*L. Stmve. 
Rigae, 1807. 8*. (21 gr.) — Leonis 
A. F. Bama Specimen inaug. ex- 
hibens miscellanea literaria (obss. 
in Electram.) LB. 1816. 4^ 



SOR 

21532 — Glo. Bd. Schirach Diss, 
super CEdipo Sophoclis. Helmst. 
1769. 4°. A. Gu. Ferber Diss. 
quaedam de Soph. CEdipo Coloneo. 
Helmst., 1772. 4°. H. Bliimner 
Diss, de Sophoclis QBdipo rege. 
Lps. 1788. 4". J. H. C. Eggers 
Animadversionum in Soph. CEdi- 
pum regem spec. L Hamb. 1805. 
8°. (10 gr.) L. Doderlein Obss. 
crit. in Soph. (Edipum Colon., in 
Actis philoi. Monacens. T. I. fasc. i. 
C. L. Kannegiesser uber den ersten 
(Edi pus des Soph. Prenzlau, 1817. 
4°. 20 pages. Derselbe iiber den 
CEdipus zu Kolonos. ib. 1820. 4°. 
23 pages. F. C. Petersen Obser- 
vatt. in Sophocl. tragoediam, quae 
inscribitur CEdipus rex. Hafn. 18 19. 
4^. 22 pages. C. Reisigii Com- 
mentatt. criticae de Soph. CEdipo 
Col. Jen., Croker, 1822-24. 8°. 
2 voU. (2d.) 

21533 — A. Ghf. Gemhard Obser- 
vatt. in Soph. Philoctetem. Lps. 
1802. 8^ (18 gr.) A. Fd. Bern, 
hard! iiber den Philoct. des Soph. 
Berl. 1 810. 8^ (4 gr.) C. F. W. 
Hasselbach iiber den Philoct. des 
Soph. Stralsund, 181 7. 8°. (18 gr.) 
Ed. Wunderi Adversaria in Sopho- 
clis Philoctetem. Lps., Hartmann, 
1823. 8°. (16 gr.) — Fr. Passow 
Progr. (obss. in Sophoclis Trachi- 
nias). Vratisl. 1820. 4^ 

21534 SOPHONIiE Prophetia, aethi- 
op. et lat. ed. J. G. Nissel. LB. 
1660. 4^ 8 pages. 

21535 SOPRANI, Raff. Vite de' 
pittori, scultori ed architetti Greno- 
vesi. Genova, 1768. 4**. 2 voll. 
with plates. 

At first, ib. 1674. 4". 

21536 — scrittori della Liguria. Ge- 
nova, 1667. 4°. Also, ib. 1778. 4**. 
(4 lire.) 

SOR ANUS, see Medici, No. 135 14. 
Chirurgia, No. 41 12. Rufus^ 
No, 19565. 

21537 SORTE, Cp. Osservazioni 
nella pittura. Ed. IL con I'aggi- 
unta di una cronichetta dell' ori- 



SOS 

gine della cittk di Verona. Ven.^ 

Rampazetto, 1594. 4°. 34 leaves. 

Very acaroe even in Italy. The chro- 
nide whidi is added, was written in 1388, 
and is wanting in the first edition, F^n., 
S^enarOf 1580. 4°. whidi is likewise scarce. 

SOSTREGNIO. see Spaona. 

21538 SOTA, Fr. Chronica de los 
principes de Asturias j Cantabria. 
Madr., Infan9on, i68i. fol. 

SOTER, see ANTHOLOOiA,No.68a. 

SOTO, see Roxas. 

21539 SOTO, Luys Barahona de. 
Primera parte de la Angelica. Gra- 
nada, 1586. 4^ 

Consult Murr*a Journal^ I. 199. 

21540 SOTOMAYOR, Ant. Valk- 
dores de. Historia geografica, civil 
y politica de la isla de S. Juan 
Bantista de Puerto Rico. Madr. 
1788. small 4°. 

See also Semanabio. 

21541 SOTTIES, old French. Con- 
cerning them, see Flogel Gesch. der 
kom. Lit. II. 418 sq. Hist. univ. 
des theatres XI. 273 sq., and in this 
lexicon under Bouchet. 

SOTWELL, see Aleoambe. 

21542 SOUSA, Ant. Caetano de. 
Historia genealogica da casa real 
Portugueza desde a sua origem ate' 
o presente. Lisb., Silva, 1735-48. 
large 4^ 12 parts in 13 vols. Pro- 
▼as da historia genealogica etc. ib. 
1739-48. large 4^. 6 vols. Indice 
real. ib. 1 749. large 4^. 

21543 — serie dos reis de Portugal. 
Lisb.^ Silva, 1743. fol. 

21544 — memorias historicas e ge- 
nealogicas dos Grandes de Portu- 
gal. Lisb., Fonseca, '739. 4°. 
Also, ib., Silva, 1755. 4°. 

21545 SOUSA, Emman. de. Nou. 
veau dictionnaire fran^ais-portu- 
gais. Mis en ordre, revii, corrige, 
augm. par Jo. Jos. da Costa et Sa. 
T. I. II. Lisb., Borel, 1784. small 
fol. 

21546 SOUSA, Joao de. Vestigios 
da lingua arabica em Portugal, o 
lexicon etjrmologico dos palavras e 



SOW 1769 

nomes portuguezes^ que tern ori- 
gem arabico. Lisb. 1789. small 4°. 
160 pages (480 rees). 

21547 — documentos arabicos para a 
historia portugueza, copiados dos 
originales da Torre do Tombo, e 
vertidos em portuguez. Lisb. j 790. 
4°. 190 pages (480 rees). 

Not particularly important for history. 

21548 SOUSA, Luiz de. Historia 

de S. Domingos particular do Reino 

e Conquistas de Portugal. P. I. 

Bemfica,Vinha, 1623. P. II. Lisb., 

Oliveira, 1626. P. III. Lisb., Car- 

neiro, 1678. P. IV. por Lucas de 

S. Catharina. Lisb., Silva, 1733. 

fol. 4 vols. 

A new edition, Luh. 1767. fol. 4 vols. 
(9600 rees). 

SOUSA, see Faria. 

21549 SOUSA da Macedo, Ant. de. 
Flores de Espaiia, excelencias de 
Portugal. P. I. Lisb., Rodriguez* 
1 63 1, small fol. 

21550 SOUTHERNE, Th. Plays, 
Lond. 1774. 12°. 3 vols. 

21551 SOUTHEY, Rb. History of 
Brazil. Lond. 1810-19. 4°. 3 vols. 
(7I. 15s.) New ed. ib., Long- 
man, 182T. 4^ 3 vols, with I map 
(7I. 15s.). 

21552 — life of Wesley, and the rise 
and progress of methodism. Lond, 
1820. 8°, 2 vols, with plates (iL 
8s.). 

21553 — poetical works. Lond. 

1816 sq. small 8^ 14 vols. (5I. ids* 

6d.) 

They are Roderick (at first, Lond. 1814. 
4°. 3l. 2s.), Curse qf Kehama (at first, 
Lond. 18 10. 4^ il. IIS. (td.)f Thalaba^ 
Madoc (at first. Lend. 1805. 4*^. al. 2s.), 
Joan qf Arc (at first, I^nd, 1796. 4°.), 
Minor poems. The poets pilgrimage to Wtu 
terloo, — See also Ellis. 

21554 SOUSA Madame de. CEuvres 
completes. Par., Eymery, 1821. 
8°. 5 vols, with plates (30 fr., on 
vellum paper 60 fr.). 

Also in 10 Tols. in X2°. (27 ir.) 

21555 SOWERBY, Jam. British 
mineralogy. Lond. 1804*17. 8^^ 

5Ya 



1760 SOY 

5 vols, with 550 illuminated plates 

(17I. 58.). 
It appeared in 84 numben. 

21556 — English fungi or mush- 
rooms. Lond. 1797 sq. fol. 3 vols, 
with 400 illuminated plates (i il. 
68. 6d.). 

See also Jac. Ed. Smith. 

21557 SOYG, Luiz Rafael. Sonho, 
poema heroico. Lisb. 1786. 8^. 
with plates (480 rees.) — Noites 
Jozephinas de Mirtilo sobre a in- 
fausta morte do Serenissimo Senhor 
D. Joze principe de Brazil. Lisb. 
1790. 8°. with plates. 

SOZOMENA, see Poet^, No. 

17542- 
SOZOMENUS, see Eusebius. 

SPACCIO, see Bbumo. 

21558 SPAGNA. Incomincia il li- 
bro volgare dicto la Spagna, in qua- 
ranta cantare diviso, dove se tracta 
le battaglie che fece Carlo Magno 
in la provincia de Spagna. Mii.^ 
Scinzenzeler^ 1512. 4°. with wood- 
cuts. 

A poem of chivalry of the 14th oentary 
in OUaverime, whose author, Sostregnio di 
Zanobi da Fiorenza, mentions himself in 
the last stanza. Repeated, MiL 1519. 4°. 
Ven. 1 568. 8^ and the last time, Ven. 1 783. 



12*. 



21559 SPALLANZANI, Laz. Vi- 

aggi alle due Sicilie ed in alcuni 

parti deir Appennino. Pavia, 1 792 

-97. 8°. 6 vols, with plates. 

In French by Toscan, with notes by 
Faujas Saint-Fond, Par,, on 8 ( 1 799). 8**. 
6 vols, with plates. In German (by F. li. 
Kreyssig and J. A. Schmidt) LpM. 1 794^ 
98. 8**. 5 vols, with plates (6 d. 8 gr.). In 
English, LoTuL 1798. 8°. 4 vols, with 
plates. 

21560 — opuscoli di fisica animale e 
vesetabile. Modena, 1776. 8^. 2 
vols. 

Translated into French by J. Senebier, 
Par. 1787. 8^ 9 vols. In English by 
Dalyell, Lond, 1803. 8^ 2 vols. (158.) 

21561 — della malattia della morte. 
Pavia, 1 80 1. 4°. 

21562 SPANDAW, H. A. Gedich- 
ten. Nieuwe veranderde Uitgave. 



SPA 

Groningen, Oomkens, 18T5. large 
8». (3 fl.) 

A Dutch poet, prized for hia simplicity, 
sweetness, and lo^ of bis country. 

21563 SPANGENBERG, Cyr. A- 

delsspiegel. Schmalkaldeu,Schmuck, 
1591-94. fol. 2 voll. 

Very scarce and useful. The 2nd vd. is 
particularly scarce. 

21564 — Mansfeldische Chronica. 
Th. I. Eisleb., Petri, 1572. fol. 

It goes as far as 1571, and was not con- 
tinued. The following is only a new titles 
SachiUehe Chronica, Ff. 1576 or 1585. 
fol. 

21565 SPANHEMIUS,Ezech. Dis- 

sertatt. de prsestantia et usu vete- 

rum numismatum. T. I. Lond. 

1706 or 1717. T. II. Amst. 

1 717. fol. 2 vols, with plates. Also 

on large paper. 

Greatly sought after. The copies on 
large paper are scarce. Of the latter sort, 
some are on a better paper, and some on 
inferior. (Both kinds are at Dresden.) 

21566 — orbis Romanus. Ed. II. 

auction Lond., Churchill, 1703. 

40 

Reprinted, Hal. et Lps. 1718. 4°. 

21567 SPANHEMIUS, F. Opera 
omnia. LB. 1701-3. fol. 3 parts 
in 2 vols, with plates. 

8PANNAGEL, see Notizia. 

21568 SPARKE, Jos. (anon,) His- 
torife Anglicanse scriptores varii e 
codd. MSS. nunc primum editi. 
Lond. 1723. fol. 

There are copies on large paper, and sj 
copies on very large paper. The contents 
are not very important, at least not for 
foreigners. 

21569 SPARRMANN, And. Resa 
til Goda-Hopps-Udden. Stockh. 
1783- 8^ 

A 2nd vol. did not appear. Translated 
into English, Lond, 1 786. 4**. 2 vols, with 
plates. In German by C. H. Groskuid, 
Berl, 1784. 8^ In Dutch, Leyden, 1787. 
8**. 2 vols, with plates. 

21570 — museum Carlsonianum ex- 
hibens novas et selectas aves col«^ 
ribus ad vivum brevique descrip- 
tione illustratas. Fasc. I-IV. 



SPA 

Holm. 1786-89. fol. with 100 il- 
luminated plates. 
There are also copies in large folio. 

SPARTIANUS, see HisTORiiB 
Aug. scriptores. 

SPECCHIO di Croce, see Cavalga. 

SPECIMEN, see Cufpblbr, 

21571 SPECIMENS of the ancient 
8culptnre»Egyptian,Etruscan,Greek 
and Roman, selected from different 
collections in Great Britain, hy the 
society of Dilettanti. Vol. I. Lond. 
1809. large fol. with 75 plates 
(18I. 188.). 

Payne &iight was the editor. The 
drawing is carefully done, and most of the 
tables eiJiibit an unusual finish. The ex- 
planations are also industriously executed, 
but the editor's views of the art are not of 
much importance ; consult W6tif lAterar* 
Anaiekien, I. 118 sq. 

SPECIMENS of the early English 
poets, see Ellis. 

21572 SPECTATOR (by Richard 
Steele and Joseph Addison), with 
illustrative notes by Rb. Bisset. 
Lond. 1797 or 1801. large 8^ 8 
vols, on vellum paper. — The 
Guardian. Lond. 1797. ^^g!^ 8°- 
2 vols. — The Tatler. Lond. 1 797. 
large 8^ 4 vols. 

These editions are among the best. 

21573 — the spectator. Lond., 

Sharpe, i8or. small 8^''. 8 vols, with 

plates. The Guardian, ib. 1801. 

small 8°. 2 vols. The Tatler. ib. 

1 80 1, small 8^ 4 vols. 

There are also copies of this neat edition 
on large paper. 

21574 — the spectator, with preface 

historical and bic^raphical by Alex. 

Chalmers. Lond. 1806. 8°. 8 vols. 

There is a repetition of this edition, 
Lond. 1808. ii'*. 10 vols, whereto the 
GuofiHan in 3 vols, and the Toiler in 5 
vols, belong. (All 18 vols. sL 11s.) 

21575 — the spectator. Lond., Wil- 
son, 1815. 8^ in I vol. (il. IS.) 
The Guardian, ib., id., 181 3. 8°. 
(4s. 6d.) The Tatler. ib., id., 
1 814. 8^ (los. 6d.) 

This stereotyped edition in 3 vols, is weU 



SPE 



1761 



printed.>Among the older editions, the large 
paper copies of the edition, jLomi, Tonsoiiy 
1 744. 8**. are still prized in England. 

SPECULE des pecheurs, see Cas- 

TEL. 

21576 SPECULUM humanse salva- 
tionis. I, In Latin. Without place 
or date. fol. with woodcuts. 

This work, which contains representa- 
tions from the Old and New Testament, 
sometimes also from profiime history (two 
on each leaf) with short explanations, is 
not only distinguished for its artist-Uke 
execution beyond all other works of that 
period with woodcuts, but is also particu- 
lariy important on account of its Dutch 
origin, now placed beyond all doubt, for 
the history of the art of wood-engraving 
and of printing. Concerning this work, 
consult CebH Hist. bibHoth. Stockholm. 
p. toS sq. And. Sam. Gesneri Progr. de 
speetUo hum. «a/v., in his Exertitatt. scho^ 
hut. varii argumenH. Nrb. 1780. 8°. p. 
322 sq. Seden^s Abhandl. in the Nova 
biblioth. Lubec. Vol. I. No. 4. Frdnkuche 
Acta enuUta et curiosa. 15 Samml. Nrb. 
1729. 8*. p. 256-260. Jo. Cp. Nemeitz 
fyemUnft. Gedanken Hber hi»tor. etc. Mate^ 
rien. Th. I. Ff. a. M., 1739. 8^ p. 34- 
44. Hamburg, vermischte Bibl. B. II. p. 
81. Murr*8 Journal, III. 10. Meermanni 
Origg. typogr. I. 100 sq. AretMs Beiirr. 
V. 170. Home's Inirod. to the study of 
bibliography. T. II. Appendix, p. X sq. 
Heineken Idle giiUr, 432 sq. Heller*s 
Geseh. der Holxschneidekunst, 3 75 sq. San- 
tander Dictionn. III. 362 sq. Dibdin^s 
Bibliogr. decameron, I. 345 sq. 

Only 4 editions belong to the original 
Dutch printing establishment, which ac- 
cording to the most recent inquiries thus 
followed each other : the first edition with 
a Dutch text, the first with a I/atin ; the 
second edition with a Dutch text (and con- 
temporaneous with it) the second with a 
Latin. The woodcuts in all these editions 
are impressions from the same blocks. The 
earlier supposition of movable wooden 
types in a part of the leaves of the two 
Oldest editions has now been corrected to the 
opinion that those more crude types were 
composed of a softer metal, either lead or 
tin. This typographical production is there- 
fore justly inserted in the series of the 
oldest documents for the history of the art 
of printing properly so caUed. 

According to Koning*s accurate inqui- 
ries, the I^tin edition, which Heineken 
and the other earlier bibliographers consi- 
dered to be the first, is to be considered as 
the second. The edition now admitted to 
be the first consists of 63 leaves in 5 layers, 
only printed on one side, the first 5 of 
5 Y3 



iTes 



SPE 



which contain the prologue. This edition 
is distinguished from the second by being 
entirely printed with metal types. It is 
far more scarce than the other, and the 
following copies of it only are known : in 
the Town-house at Haarlem (witliout the 
prologue), in the Royal libraries at Paris 
and Hanover (only 44 leaves), and in the 
Ebrary of M. van Hulthem in Holland. 
Whether the copies at Vienna and Stut- 
gardt are of this edition, is uncertain. 
Consult Heineken Idee, p. 449. Koning 
Verhandelingy 1 35 sq. (p. 73 of the Frendi 
translation). 

21577 Without place or date. 

fol. with woodcuts. 

The second edition, with a Latin text, 
heretofore considered as the first. Entirely 
like the preceding in number of leaves, in- 
terior arrangement, and types, but distin- 
guishable by having 20 leaves of the text 
(viz. 6, 7, 9-16, 18, 19, ai, 22, 26, 27,31, 
32, 5 1, 60.) engraved on wood, and also by 
having many of the abbreviations of the 
first edition set down at full length. The 
latter circumstance, as ako that several of 
the orthographical errors of the ist edition 
are corrected herein, prove that this edi- 
tion is really later than the other. Koning 
explains the introduction of the wood-blocks 
by the th«ft committed in Koster's esta- 
blishment between the i stand 2nd editions. 
As to the rest more copies of this edition 
are known than of the other (and this also 
might be stated as a reason that it ap- 
peared subsequently). The following co- 
pies are known to me: in the Royal library 
at Paris, in the library of the Sorbonne, in 
the Royal library at Berlin, in the libra- 
ries of M. van Rendorp of Amsterdam 
(defective), of M. van Westreenen of the 
Hague (defective), of lord Pembroke in 
England, of lord Spencer (bought at Wil- 
lett*s sale for 315L), of Renouard of Paris, 
and of Mr. Hibbert of Clapham near Lon- 
don (previously looo livr. Boze, 1600 hvr. 
Gaignat, 1320 fr. McCarthy). Consult 
Heineken Idde^ p. 442 sq. Koning Ver- 
handeling^ 134 sq. (in the French trans- 
Ution 73 sq.) Dibdin'a Bibl. Spenc, VII. 
186. 

21578 — 2. In Dutch, Spegel onser 
behoudenisse. Without place or 
date. fol. with woodcuts. 

Ottley and Koning have proved against 
Heineken and others, that this Dutdb edi- 
tion is earlier than the Latin, which is in 
the clearest manner evident from this dr- 
cumstanoe, that the lines with which the 
woodcuts are encircled, appear entire and 
uninjured in the Dutch edition, whereas 
in the Ladn edition they are damaged and 
have breaks. The text of this first Dutch 



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edition was already printed with metal 
types, and certainly after the woodcuts. 
On die whole there are 62 leaves in 5 
layers, printed only on one side, 4 of which 
contain the prologue and taUe of contents, 
and 58 the text with the woodcuts. The 
1st heal is blank on the /o/io reetOy and the 
prologue begins on the rererse* and fills 
the first 3 leaves : the table of contents fol- 
lows on the 4th leaf. The work itself be- 
gins on the 5th leaf with a woodcut, and 
underneath it a Dutch explanation: but 
besides this there is also on the outer mar- 
gin of each woodcut a short Latin inscrip- 
tion. The text under the ist woodcut 
(leafs) begins, 

Luctfers vaJ 

ler begint die Spiegel der, 
mentchWcer behoudetiuse. O 
ec machi d<ter in sien dat At. 

Of this edition only two defective copies 
at Haarlem are known with certainty 
(in the Town-house and in the Public li- 
brary); the painter, J. van Campen, for- 
merly possessed a 3rd copy, which was 
complete, and this is said to hare been 
bought by Peter I. and to have gone to 
St. Petersburgh. 

Consult Heineken Idee g^ner. 450 sq. 
Eoning Verhandelingy 128 sq. (in the 
French translation 68 sq.) Meermantu 
Origg. tgp, 117 sq. 

21579 Without place or date. 

fol. with woodcuts. 

The 2nd Dutch edition, entirely agree- 
ing with the preceding in its interior ar- 
rangement, but printed in a new type and 
somewhat larger, but in other respects per- 
fectly similar to that in which the two La- 
tin editions of the Specuhim are printed. 
The lines are more even than in the first 
edition, and the orthography is altered and 
corrected in many places. 62 leaves in 5 
layers, printed only on one side, 4 of which 
contain the prologue and list of chapters, 
and 58 the text with the woodcuts. Leaf i" 
is blank. The prologue bc^ns in leaf i^, 
the ist line of which is, Dit ia die ploghe 
vand'* epeghel onser hehoudemaee. It oc- 
cupies the first 3 leaves, and has 34 lines 
in each page. The list of chapters follows 
in leaf 4 in 32 lines, the first of which is, 
DH iff die tafel vanden capUelen. The 
work itself begins in leaf 5 in the same 
manner as in the ist edition ; but the text 
under the ist woodcut in this edition oonu 
menoes thus: 

Lue^ere vol 

ler beghini dot tpeghel der. 
fnenecheliker behoudenitse. O 
ec mtioh hi doer in eien dat hi. 

The text ends in leaf 60 with the line, 
Paahng MXLV Act ijij Matheg XXI. 



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The last 2 leaTes contain woodcuts. The 
49th and 60th leaves are printed in a 
smaller character than the resL 

The following copies of this edition are 
known : in the libraries at Horn in Hol- 
land and at Geneva (both defective), of 
M. Enschede of Haarlem, of lord Spencer 
(previously, Crevenna 310 fl., and Willett 
223L), and of lord Pembroke, and the oo> 
pies that formerly belonged to Meermann, 
Limborch of the Hague, and Rendorp of 
Amsterdam. Consult Meermanni Origg. 
typ. 120 aq. Heineken JdSe gener. 455 sq. 
Koning Verhandelingyi^o sq. (in theFrendi 
translation 70 sq.). Dibdin Bibl. Spene. 
IV. 55 1 sq. (where lord Spencer^s copy is 
erroneously stated as of the 1st edition). 

21580 — Culenburch, by my iohan 
yeldener, 1483. 4^. with woodcuts. 

150 leaves, with l^e signatures o-^. It 
begins with a woodcut of the cnidBzion, 
underneath which is Veldener's symbol. 
Then follow the prologue and list of chap- 
ters. The woodcuts are from the same 
plates which had served for the two pre- 
ceding editions, and only cut in two in the 
middle (which is groundlessly doubted by 
Dibdin, BM, SpencWl, 186). The co- 
pies are of two sorts; some of 150 leaves 
(which are enlaiged with 1 2 new woodcuts 
and 3 chapters of text), with the colophon, 
Dit boeck it volmaect in die goede stede van 
cuUnbwrch etc., some without this aug- 
mentation, and with the colophon, De 
Spiegel onser behaudeniue: van Culem- 
burch by my Johan Veldener etc 

21581 — 3. German, Speculaxn 

humanae salvationis. Ein spiegel 

menschlicher behaltnuss (Latin and 

German). Without place or date. 

(Augsp., Gih, Zainer, about 1472). 

fol. 

269 leaves with 192 woodcuts, without 
signatures, catchwords, and pagination. 
The Spec, hum, salv. u here blended with 
the Spec. S. Maria in such a manner, 
that after a chapter of the one a chapter 
of the other constantly follows. The work 
begins in leaf i", Incipit prohemium libri 
sequentia, and the ist chapter of the Spec, 
hum. salv. commences in leaf 9^. The 
book ends on the reverse of the last leaf 
with the line, vir bhdiete puto quari minimo 
monacho. The probable editor and author 
of the German translation was the monk 
John of St. Ulrich and Afra at Augsburg. 
Consult Braun NoHHa, I. 37. Panzer's 
Deutsche Ann. I. 6 sq. Eibdin's BibL 
Spenc. IV. 9 sq. Heineken Idee, p. 464. 
The same woodcuts are ako to be found 
in the Menschenspiegel. Augsp., Ant. 
Sorgj 1 476- fol. 161 leaves. 



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1768 



21582^ Das ist der spiegel der 

menschen behaltnis mit oen ewan- 

gelien vnd mit epistelen nach der 

zyt des iares. Without place or 

date. fol. with woodcuts. 

226 numbered leaves and 7 unnumbered, 
the index, without signatures and catch- 
words. This edition agrees in the main 
with the preceding, yet it possesses some 
additions peculiar to itself. 

21582^ Without place or date. 

fol. with woodcuts. 

229 numbered leaves in 2 columns. It 
probably 1)elong8 to the last 10 years of the 
15 th century. 

21583 — — Hie vahet an ein spiegel 
menschlicher ..behaltnuss, in dem 
geoffiiet wirt d* val des meschen vh 
die mass des wid' pringes. With- 
out place or date. {Augsp., Ant. 
Sorg). fol. with woodcuts. 

130 unnumbered leaves. It ends in the 
loth line of the reverse of the last leaf 
with the words, geyst ist ewigklichen geseg^ 
not Amen. 

21584 Das ist der spiegel der 

menschen behaltnis mit den evan- 

gelien vnd mit episteln nach der 

Zyt des jars. Without place or 

date. {Speyer, Pi. Drack). fol. 

with woodcuts. 

228 numbered leaves in 2 columns. At 
the end is, Deo grcUias. 

21585 — — Spiegel menschlicher 

Behaltnisse. Bas., Bh. Richel^ 

1476. fol. with woodcuts. 

4 and 230 unnumbered leaves in 2 co- 
lumns, without signatures, catchwords, and 
pagination. It completely agrees with the 
edition of 1489. 

21586 Dis ist der Spiegel 

menschlicher behaltnus mit den 

evangelien vnd Epistelen durch 

daz ganz Jar. Augsb., Pt. Berger, 

1489. fol. 

A new and independent edition of the 
Spec. hum. salv. 8 unnumbered leaves and 
329 numbered, in 2 columns, with 274 
woodcuts. — Also, Reutling., Meh. Gr^^ 
J 492. fol. Augsb.y Hans Sohdnsperger, 
1492 or 1500. foL — Ck)nceming the odier 
German translations, consult Hagen's 
Grundrissy 455. 

21587 Spegel der myuschliken 

5Y4 



1764 



SPE 



Behaltnisse. Without place or date, 
fol. with woodcuts. 

A faithful low Saxon tranalation of the 
upper Saxon edition. 460 leaves with 138 
woodcuts. The gospels and epistles are 
also contained herein. 

Concerning the French translation of 
this worky consult the article Julien 
above, No. 11002, whereto is to be joined 
a reference to Vanpraet*s first Catai. 
det IwreM impr, wwr ve/in, T. I. p. 46 
sq. 

Brienne possessed an impression of the 
woodcuts of the Speculum in 33 leaves in 
foL without text, signatures, and pagina- 
tion. On every leaf (with the exception 
of the last) there are 4 figures, which in 
the execution mostly resemble those of the 
French translation. The MS. text, added 
thereto^ is composed partly in Latin and 
partly in German. The work was bound 
up with a MS. written in 1344, CompUa- 
Ho librorum higtorialium toHus bibHofy and 
was sold for 700 fr. 

21588 SPECULUM exemplorum, ex 
diversis libris in unum laboriose 
collectum. Daventriae, Rich. Pa- 
froet, 1 48 1, fol. Gothic letter. 

The first and very scarce edition of this 
collection of edifying histories and exam- 
ples, out of Oregorius Magnus, Hierony- 
mus, Beda, Vincentius BeUovac., Caesarius, 
and others, collected chiefly for the use of 
preachers, yet not without value for the 
history of civilisation and morals. The 
following editions are less prized: {Col.), 
J, Koelhqfy 1485. foL Gothic letter. Arg. 
1487, 90, 95, or 97. foL Hagantkt, H, 
Gran, 1507, 12, or 19. foL The follow- 
ing is an ajrbitrary modification : Speculum 
magnum exemplar^ a mendie otndioo/iim, 
tUustratum et locupletatum (a J. Majore), 
Duaciy BelleruM, 1605 or 1607. 4°. AtUw,, 
Keerberg, 1607* 4^ Col., Butgemut, 161 1. 
8°. Col. 1673. 8^ Consult Fr^ytaj^^no- 
leeta, p. 885 sq. 

SPECULUM ecclesise. Concerning 
the diflTerent works which bear this 
title, see Opuscoli di autori Sicil. 
XII. 160. 

SPECULUM vitas hum., see Ro- 
DERICU8. — ^magnificentiae Rom., see 
Lafrbbius. — passionis, see Pin- 
deb. — regale, see Kongs. — Saxoni- 
cum, see Saohsenspieobl. 

21589 SPEE, F. Trutz Nachtigal 
oder geistlich poetisch LustwaTd- 
lein. Colin, 1649, 54,60,64, 1709 



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or 1813. Ia^ Berl., Diimler, 1817. 
1 2^ ( I d. 1 2 gr.) 
Soe also Cautio criminalis. 

21590 SPELEN van Zinnen by de 
19 geconfirmeerde Kameren van 
Rhetoryken. Antw. 1539. 8^ 

21591 — Spelen van sinne, ghespeelt 
binnen Andtwerpen op 't Landt- 
Jnweel by die XIV. cameren van 
Retorycken. Antw., W. Silvius, 
1562. 4°. 

21592 — Spelen van Sinne by den 
19 gheconfirmeerden Cameren van 
Rethorycken binnen der stede van 
Ghendt comparerende. Wesel, Hans 
de Braeker, 12 Mey, 1564. 8"". Go- 
thic letter. 

At Wolfenbtitlel — Concerning these rhe- 
torical Camsren or Flemish professional 
bardst see Santander eur la bibl. de Bawr^ 
gogne, p. 152-300. Grimm uber den MeU- 
tergeaang, p. ij>6sq. The following is a 
similar collection : Redenrgke konsiU^fh^ 
here etichtelgke Recreate wm de Reiho- 
rgeken Kamer tfan RoUerdam. Leiden, 

1599- 4'- 

21593 SPELMAN, H. Glossari- 
um archeeologicum, continens la- 
tino-barbara, peregrina, obsoleta et 
novatae significationis vocabula. Ed. 
III. auctior et correctior. Lond., 
Braddyl, 1687. fol. Also on large 
paper. 

The only edition that is sought after. 
At first, Land, 1664. fol. 

21594 — English works published in 
his life-time, tc^ther with his post- 
humous works. Lond., Browne, 
1723. foL 

Copies oa laige paper are very scarce^ 
see also Coxcilia, No. 5083. 

21595 SPELMAN, J. iElfredi 
Magni Anglor. regis vita, tribus li- 
bris comprehensa, a J. Spelman 
primum anglice descripta, dein lat. 
reddita et annotationibus illustrata. 
Ox., e th. Sheld., 1678. fol. 

See an edition of this biography in Eng- 
lish, Ox, 1709. 8**. under Ueabks. 

21596 SPENCE, Jos. Polymetis, 
or an inquiry concerning the agree- 
ment between the works of the Ro' 
man poets and the remains of the 



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ancient artists. Lond. 1747. fol. 
with 41 plates. 

The first edition, and the most sought 
after in England, where it produces from 6 
to 7 guineas. Also, L/md, 1755. foL and 
ib. 1774. foL In German by Jos. Burkard 
and Ant. HoAtatter, Wien^ 1774^76. 8^ 
2 vols. (id. 16 gr.) There is also an 
abridgment by N. Tindal, Ltmd, 1 765. 8". 
8penoe*s object (according to Lessing^s 
opinion) was to explain the Roman poets 
firom the works of ancient art, and Ihe 
works of ancient art from the Roman 
poets. In this he has often happily suc- 
ceeded ; but he failed in this point, that he 
made every accident a designed purpose, and 
incorrectly attributed to the poet in every 
trifling point an allusion to this statue or 
that picture. Through this tasteless whim, 
his book, otherwise really useful, has be- 
come disgusting and prejudicial to the ex- 
planation of the ancient poets. 

21597 SPENCER, J. De legibus 
Hebneor. ritualibus earumque ra- 
tionibus libri IV. Cbr. 1737. fol. 
2 Yoll. Also on large paper. 

A good reprint of this best edition ap- 
peared, Gwra Cp, Mihu PfaffiL Tubinff. 
1 73a. foL 4 voll. 

SPENCER, see Spensbr. 
SPENCERIANA bibliotbeca, see 

DiBDIN. 

21598 SPENER, Ph. Jac. Insigni- 
um theoria s. opus heraldicum. 
Ed. II. Ff. ad M., Jungias. 171 7. 
fol. with plates. 

At first, Ff, 1690. foL 

21599 SPENSER, Edmund. Poet- 
ical works, from the text of J. Up- 
ton, with critical and biographical 
preface by J. Aikin. Lond. 1802. 
8°. 6 vols, with plates. Also on 
large paper. 

21600 — works, with the principal 
illustrations of various commenta- 
tors. To which are added notes, 
some account of the life of Spen- 
ser, and a glossary and other in- 
dexes. Bj H. J. Todd. Lond. 
1805. 8^ 8 vols. Also on large 
paper. 

As yet the best edition. The earlier edi- 
tioos of the works of this poet are^ Loncf. 
161 1, or 75, or 79. foL With glossary by 
Hughes, Lond, 171c. 8^ 6 vols, (also on 
]arge paper) with phtes. Lond. 1750. Ia^ 



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1766 



6 vols. Lond.y Belly 1787. i2\ 8 vols. 
Lond.y SharpOy 18 10. is". 6 vols. 

21601 — faerie queen. Lond., 
Brindley, 1751. large 4^ 3 vols, 
with plates. 

At first, /jond. 1590-96. 4**. 2 vols. The 
following is a good edition, Lond. 1 758. 8°. 
1 vols, with plates ; and by Chuivh, ib, 
1758. 8^ 9 vols.— Consult also 7%. War- 
ton,'$ OhaervaHoHM on the fidrp queen, 
Lond. 1807. 8°- ^ ▼ola. (i4s.^ SoneUe Ubt, 
von Jot. von Hammer (English and Ger- 
man). Wieriy Degen, 1815.4°. A splendid 
edition, of which only 50 copies were 
struck off. 

21602 SPERA, la. Without place 
or date (about 1478). 4"". Gothic 
letter. 

Without signatures, catchwords, and pa- 
gination, 20 leaves. Iiisaf I a is superscribed, 
Quseta operetta te chiama la spera et e 
ditdta tn quattro parti. The poem begins 
in leaf i\ L padre alfigUo alio spmto 
acto, 

21603 SPERONI, Sperone. Opera, 
tratte da manoscritti originali. Yen., 
Occhi, 1 740. 4°. 5 voU. 

With the author's portrait. This edition 
was prepared with great care from the au- 
thor's original MSS. 

21604 *— dialoghi. Yen., figlivoli di 
Aldo, 1542. 8**. 

Also, ib,y tfrf., 1543, 44> 46 (twice), 50, 
and 5 a. 8". Yet all these editions are very 
faulty. Ven.y MejetAy 1596. 4^ is enlaiged, 
but is also not very correct. 

21605 SPEYGEL der leyen. Lu- 
beck. Without the printer's name, 
1496. 4°. Gothic letter, with wood- 
cuts. 

6a numbered leaves, with the signatures 
A-Hy and 30 lines in a full page. The 
printer is the same as he who printed the 
Reinecke Fucht of 1498. (At Wolfenblit- 
teL) Consult Brun^a Beitrr. II. ao8. 

SPHiERA, see Proclus, No. i 7976. 
SPIEGEL der Landrecht, see 

SCHWABBNSPIEOEL. 

SPIEL, das guldin, see Ingold. 

21606 SPILBERGEN, G. a. Soe- 

culum orientalis occidentalisque In- 

diae navigationum, quarum una 

Georgii a Spilbergen, altera Jac. le 

Maire auspiciis directa annis 1614^ 

18. LB. 1 61 9. oblong 4°. with 

plates. 

With a French text, Amtt, i6ai. oblong 
4*". with plates. 



1766 



SPI 



21607 SPILSBURY, J. Collection 
of 50 prints from antique gems in 
the collection of earl Percy, C. T. 
Greville, and T. M. Slade. Lond., 
Boydell, 1785. 4''. (3I. 38.) 

21608 SPILSBURY. J. B. Pic- 
turesque scenery in the Holy Land 
and Syria, delineated during the 
campaigns of 1 799 and 1 800. Lond. 
1803. fol. with 20 plates. 

SPINA, Alphons. de, see Forta- 
L.1TIUM fidei. 

21609 SPINOLA, Maxim. Insec 
torum Ligurise species novae aut 
rariores. Genuie, 1 806-8. 8". 2 vols, 
with plates. 

21610 SPINOZA, Bd. de. Opera 
quae supersunt omnia. Iterum e- 
denda curavit H. Eberh. Olo. Pau- 
lus. Jense, 1802-3. 8°. 2 voll, 

(7«1.) 

21611 — adnotatt. ad tractatum theo- 
logico-politicum. Ex autographo 
edid. ac preefatus est Cp. Thph. de 
Murr. Hagse Com. 1802. 4°. 

21612 — (anon.) tractatus theolo- 
gico-politicus, continens disserta- 
tiones aliquot, quibus ostenditur, 
libertatem philosophandi salva pie- 
tate et reipublicse pace concedi posse 
etc, Hamb., Kiinrath, 1670. 4°. 
Also on large paper. 

There are differences in the copies. In 
the title of many copies the publisher is 
called Kunrahty in others KunrtUh; in 
some copies a page of errata is appended, 
which is wanting in others ; the prcBfatio 
is printed in some in larger characters 
than in others, etc. 

21613 — B. D. S. opera postuma 
(cura Jarrig Jellis). Without place, 
1677. 4°. 2 parts in i vol. Also 
on large paper. 

In Dutch under the title, De nageUUe 
Schriften van B, D. S.^ without place, 
1677. 4*^. ; hut the Compend. gramnuU. 
hebr, is wanting in this translation. 

21614 — Dn. Heinsii operum histo- 
ricor. collectio I. et II. LB., Is. 
Herculis, 1673. 8°. 

21615 — Fr. Henriq. de Villacorta 
opera chirurgica omnia. Amst., 
Jac. Pauli, 1673. 8*". 

Under these two deceitful titles a more 



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correct impression of the Tractatus th&olo- 
gico-politieus is concealed. A French 
translation of the same work (hy St. Olain) 
appeared under the titles, La d^ du sanc^ 
tuttire, Leyden, 1678. 12°. Traite de» 
oir^monies superstitieuses des Juif$, Amst. 
1 678. 1 3°., and Reflexions cttrieuses d'un 
esprit disinteress^. Col. 1678. 12^. A 
Dutch translation (by J. H. Olasemaker), 
De recfUsinnige Theologeant* Hamb, 1693. 
4°. In German (by Schack Hm. Ewald). 
Lpx, 1786. 8°., or Geray lySy. 8°. By C 
Ph. Lenz. Stuttg. 1805. 8**. (2 d.) By 
J. A. Kalb. Munch. 1825. 8°. (i d. 
18 gr.) 

21616 — Ethik, aus dem Lat. libs. 
von F. W. Val. Schmidt. Berl. u. 
Stettin, Nicolai, 1812. 8°. (2 d. 

4gr-) 

An earlier translation. Gera, 1 790-93. 
8'. 2 vols. 

21617 — principiorum philosophies 

Ren. des Cartes more geometrico 

demonstratorum P. I. II. cum 

ejusd. cogitatis metaphysicis. Amst. 

1663.4°. 

Ludw. Meyer and not Spinoza was the 
real author of Philosop/Ua S. scripturte in- 
terpres. Eleutherop. 1666. 4°., which has 
often been attributed to the ktter. 

21618 SPIRITO. Lr. Sorte. Brixa 
(Brescia), Boninus de Boninis, 
pridie id. Febr. 1489. fol. 

The first and very scarce edition of this 
dice-book, or Looabuchy as it was called in 
the older Crerman, in which questions con- 
cerning the future are solved by the help 
of dice. The solutions are in rhyme. 
Consult Farseiti Bibl. manoscritta II. 1 79. 
Also, 3ft/., Gu. le Signerre, 1497* fol. ib.^ 
Pt. Martyro de Moniegtui, 1500. fol. Bol. 
1508. foL Perugiay 1531. fol., and best 
Bresoioy Lud. Britannicoy 1533. fol. 39 
leaves. In French under the title, Le 
livre de passetempa de la fortune, compiU 
par Maistre Laurens Lesprit, translate 
par Antfutus Faure. Without place or 
date, 1528. 4°. with woodcuts. £4fon, Ri- 
gaud, 1583. 4^ and often. 

21619 SPITTLER, L. Timoth. Ent- 
wurf der Geschichte der Europ. 
Staaten mit einer Fortsetz. von G. 
Sartorius. 3. Aufl. Berl., Mylius, 
1823. 8*^. 2 voll. (3 d. 16 gr.) 
Grundriss der Gesdi. der christl. 
Kirche. 5. Aufl. von Gli. Jac. 
Planck. Gott., Vaudenhoeck, 1 8 1 2. 
8^ (2 d.) Geschichte Wiirtem- 



SPI 

bergs unter der Begier. der Orafen 
u. Herzoge. Gott.^ Vandenhoeck, 
1783. 8°. (20 gr.) Gesch. des 
Furstenthums Hannover, ib., id., 
1798. 8°. 2 voll. (2d. 12 gr.) 

21620 SPIX, J. Bt. Cepbalc^nesia 
8. capitis ossei structura, formatio 
et signiiicatio per omnes animalium 
classes^ familias, genera ac states 
digesta. JVIonachii, 1 8 1 5 . large fol. 
with 1 8 plates (7 carolin» on vellum 
paper 9 carolin.). 

21621 — u. C. F. Ph. von M ARTiuB 
Reise in Brasilien. i. Bd. Miin- 
chen, 1823. 4*^. with an atlas in fol. 
(25 d.) 

21622 ^- serpen turn Brasil. species 
novae. Monach. 1824. fol. with 26 
illuminated plates (34 d. 16 gr.) 

21623 — animalia nova sive species 
novse testudinum et ranarum. Mo- 
nach. 1824. 4°. with 32 illuminated 
plates (31 d. 8 gr.). 

21624 — simiar. et vespertilionum 
Brasil. species novse. Monach. 1 824. 
fol. with 38 illuminated plates 
(48 d.). 

21625 — animalia nova s. species 
novse lacertarum. Monach. 1825. 
4°. with 30 illuminated plates (24 d. 
16 gr.). 

21626 — avium species novae. Mo- 
nach. 1825. 4^ with 104 illumi- 
nated plates (86 d. 16 gr.). 

SPLANDIANO, see Amadis. 

21627 SPOHN, F. A. Gu. De lin- 
gna et literis vet. ^gyptiorum. 
P. I. Lps., Weidmann^ 1825. 4°. 
(i d. 16 gr.) 

21628 SPOLVERINI, Gi. Bt. La 
coltivazione del riso (libri IV in 
versi sciolti). Verona^ Carattoni, 

1758-4''. 

Abo, Venmoy 1 763 or 69. 4°. Bergamo, 
1764. 8°. Venma, Ginliarij 1796. 4°. is 
fine. Best (by Ilario Casarotti), Padova, 
18 fo. 8^ Also iu the Pamaaso Itai, 
T. 48. 

21629 SPON, Jac. et G. Wheler 
voyage d'ltalie, de Dalmatie, de 
Gr^ce et du Levant. Amst., Boom^ 
1679. 12°. 2 vols, with plates. 

A neat edition and sought after. At 



SPR 



1767 



first, L^on, 1678. Il^ 3 vols, with plates. 
AIbo^ Ha^e, 1714. 12°. 2 rols. with plates. 
In Oennan by J. Menudier, Nrb. iMi, or 
90, or 1713. foL with p late s. S ec also 
Wheler. 

21630 — recherches curieuses d'anti- 
quit^. Lyon, Amaulry, 1683. 4°, 
with plates. 

21631 — miscellanea erudite anti* 
quitatis. Lugd. 1685. fol. with 
plates. 

There are copies with the fiilse date 
1679. ^^ i^ Poleni Suppiem. iheaauri 
aniiqq. IV. 6.^3 sq. 

21632 SPRENGEL. Curt. Versuch 
einer pragmat. Geschichte der Arz. 
neykunst. Halle, Gebauer, 1801-3. 
8°. 5 voll. ( 1 1 d. 6 gr.) 

Vols. I, II» 3rd impression, id. 18^1-23. 
8°. (4 d. 18 gr.) — Storia prammaiica della 
medicina trad, da Renato Arrigoni. f^en. 
181 2 sq. 8^ 10 voU. 

21633 — institutiones medicie. T. I. 
II. institutt. physiol. T. III. inst. 
pathol. general. T. IV. inst. pa- 
thol. spec. T. V. inst. pharmaco- 
log. T. VI. P. I. inst. therapiffi 
general. T. VI. P. II. inst. medi- 
cinee forensis. Amst. et Lps.^ Brock- 
haus, 1809-16. 8'='. 7 voll. (15 d.) 

21634 — Geschichte der Chirurgie. 
Halle, Kiimmel, 1805-19. 8°. 2 voll. 
(5 d. 18 gr.) 

21635 — die neuesten Entdeckungen 
in der Botanik. Lpz., R. Fleischer, 
1820-22. 8°. 3 voll. (6 d. 16 gr.) 
Historia rei herbarise. Amst., 
Brockhaus, 1807-8. 8°. 2 voll. 
(6 d.) Anleitung zur Kenntniss 
der Gewachse. Halle, 1817. 8°. 3 
vols, with 25 plates (8 d. 16 gr.) 
Von dem Baue u. der Natur der 
Gewachse. Halle, 181 2. 8^ with 
plates (4 d. 18 gr.). 

21636 SPRETI, Desider. De am- 
plitudine, eversione et restauratione 
urbis Ravennae libri III, a Camillo 
Spreti in ital. idioma versi et notis 
illustrati. (Also with the title, 
Dell' origine e deUa magnificenza, 
decadenza e del risorgimento della 
citta di Ravenna). Ravenna, 1793- 
96. small fol. 2 vols, with plates. 

The Italian text is added. The best and 
most complete edition. 



1768 



SRE 



SREE^ see Naratun. 

21637 STAAL^ Mme de. Memoires, 

Merits par elle-meme. Lond. (Par.), 

1755. 12^ 4 voll. Also on large 

paper. 

Concerning tiieM memoin, consult Jlf«r- 
eure de Frofice 1755. Deo, T. II. p. 7 aq. 

STAATEN. Concerning the series 
of statistics respecting particular 
states which appeared at Halle at 
the commencement of the preceding 
century, see Reimmann's Hist. litt. 
der Deutschen V. 279. 

STABILI, see Ceccho d'Ascoli. 

21638 STACKHOUSB, J. Nereis 

britannica, continens species omnes 

fucorum in insulis britannicis cre- 

scentium ; cum descriptione lat. et 

angl. nee non iconibus ad vivum 

depictis. Bathonise, 1 80 1 . fol. with 

24 illuminated plates. 

An enlarged edition in 4**., with an atlas 
of 30 plates in fol., was announced in 18 16 
at one guinea (with unccdoured plates). 

21639 STACKHOUSE, Th. His- 
tory of the Bible from the begin- 
ning of the world to the establish- 
ment of Christianity. Lond. 1752 
or 73. fol. 2 vols, with 104 plates. 

Out of England only sought for some- 
times on account of the plates. Previously, 
Lend. 1735. fol. 2 vols, with plates. The 
new edition by O. Gleig, Lond. 181 7. 4**. 
3 vols. (4I. 14s. 6d., on laige paper 6L 6s.) 
is furnished with maps only. 

21640 STADZLA6H. Swerikes 
Riges Stadzlagh. Stockh.^ Ign. 
Meurer, 161 7 (new title 161 8). fol. 
95 leaves. 

Three copies ou vellum are known, in 
the libraries of the university of Upsal, of 
count Brahe of Skokloster near Upsal, and 
of the superintendant Nescher of StodL- 
holm. 

Here also may be mentioned in addition, 
Swerikee LandMlagh. Stockh.y Ign, MeU' 
rer, 1611. fol. (a copy on vellum in the 
Royal library at Paris). Kon. May. HI 
Sweriget R'dUegangs Proee$s. Stookh.,Ign 
Meuirety 1615. 4^ 10 leaves (a copy on 
vellum at WolfenbOttel, which I purchased 
at a Hdmstadt sale in 1834 for 6 d. a gr.). 

21641 STAEL Holstein, Anne Germ. 
Necker, baronne de. CEuvres com- 
pletes, publi^es par son fils. Par., 



STA 

Trenttel, 1820. 8^ 18 voll. (108 fir., 
on yeUum paper 216 fr.) 

At the same time an edition in 18 vob. 
13°. (54 fr.) was prepared. 

21642 STAGO, J. Minstrel of the 
north or Cumbrian legends, being a 
poetical miscellany of legendary, 
Gothic, and romantic tales. Lond. 
1 8 1 o . 8°. — Miscellaneous poems. 
Wigton, 1808. 12^ 

21643 STAGGIO, And. L'Amaso- 
nida poema. Yen., Paganino, with- 
out date. 8". 

Printed with Paganino*s singular half- 
gothic types in 2 columns. 

STAGIONI, see Barbieri. 

21644 ST ALDER, Fr. Jos. Ver- 
such einer schweizer. Idiotikons. 
Aarau, 1 8 1 2. 8°. 2 voll. (3 d. 1 2 gr.) 
Die Landessprachen der Schweia 
od. schweizer. Dialektologie. Aarau» 
1819. 8°. (2 d. 10 gr.) 

21645 STALKARTT. Naval archi- 
tecture, or the rudiments and rules 
of shipbuilding. Lond. 1787. large 
fol. 2 vols, with plates. 

21646 STAMP A. Rime di madonna 
Gaspara Stampa, con alcune altre 
di Collaltino e di Vinciguerra Conti 
di Collalto, e di Baldassare Stampa. 
Ven. 1738. 8°. 

At first, Ven. 1554. 8°. Also in the 
Pamasso Ital. T. 30. p. 248 sq. 

STAMPART, see Prknnbr. 
STANHOPE, see Chesterfield. 

21647 STANISLAS Leszinski, roi 
de Pologne. (anon.) CEuvres du 
philosophe bienfaisant (publiees par 
Marin). Par. 1763. 8°. 4 voll. ib. 
1769. 12**. 4 voll. Lps. 1764. 8®. 
4 voll. 

The chevalier de Solignac and the Jesuit 
de Menoux are said to have had great pan 
in several of these worics. In Oermaa, 
Hmb. u. LpM. r 764. 8**. 4 vds. 

21648 STANLEY, Th. History of 
philosophy. Lond. 1 743 or 84. 4°. 

Previously separate^ Lend. 1655-60. 
fol. 3 vols. Complete for the first time, 
Lend. 1687. fol. In Dutch by Sm. Boor. 
Lepden, 1703. fol. with plates. (Also on 
large paper.) 

21649 — historia philosophise, ex 
angL sermone in latinum tranalata. 



STA 

emendata et aaeta (a Gf. Oleario). 
Lps., Fritsch, 1 7 1 1 . 4^ 

21650 STANZE amorose sopra gli 
horti delle donne ed in lode della 
menta, la caccia d'amore del Bemia 
ed altre stanze di diversi autori. 
Ven. 1574. 12°. with woodcats. 

The first piece of this scarce little volume 
of 46 pages is the Vendemmiaiore of Tan- 
sillo. Thereto belongs Dialooo, No. 6040, 
above. The SUnuse in lode diUa merUa^ 
previously, Ven. 1543* 8^ (offered for sale 
by M olini for 80 paoli.) 

21651 — statute del poeta Sciarra 
(Pt. Stbozzi). Orvieto, Colaldi e 
Aquilini, 1598. 4°. 

The first separate edition and scarce. 
Previously with the Campagnia della Le^ 
Miia, of which the oldest edition appears to 
be, Vioenzoy 1589. 4^ The first 3 stanzas 
only are contained in the Valorose prove 
degli areibtwri Paladim. Fir. 1597. 4**. 
Separately aUwOy Trevigiy ZanoUiy 1601. 4^ 
Ven. BagHoniy 1664. 8**., and wiUiout place 
or date. 4°. of 44 pages. 

21652 — stanse del poeta Sciarra 
Fiorentino sopra la rabbia di Ma- 
oone. Testo di lingua recato a 
buona leadone da Jac. Morelli. Bas- 
aano, Remondini, 1806. 8^. 

Of this neat edition, carefully collated with 
the earlier texts, there are 3 copies on vel- 
lum, which the Royal library at Paris, 
Poggiali, and lord Spencer possess. 

21653 — stanze del poeta Sciarra 
Fiorentino sopra la rabbia di Ma- 
cone. Testo di lingua recato a 
buona lezione dall' abb. Jac. Mo- 
relli. Costantinopoli, 1550 (Par,, 
Didot, 1809). — II lamento di Cecco 
da Varlungo da Fr. Baldovini. 
L'anno secolare della morte di Cec- 
co. {Par., Didoty 1809). 8^ 2 parts 
in I vol. 

Of this mere reprint of Morelli*s text, 
which the Paris bookseller Renouard pre- 
pared, only 1 1 copies were struck off, all on 
vellum. The re-impression of Baldovini 
was done, quite superfluously, after the 
richly furnished Florence edition of 1 755. 
STANZE di diversi poeti, see Dol- 
ce, No. 6308-9. 

21654 STARCKE, Seb. Gf. Spe- 
cimen Sapientiae Indoruni, gr. et 
lat. Berol. 1697. 8^ 

It contains the Greek edition of Bidpai, 
this article. 



STA 



1769 



21655 STARING, A. C. W. Ge- 

dicbten. Zutpben, 1820. 8^ 

A good Dutch poet, whose first poems 
appeiu^ in 1 789. 

21656 STATE-trials and proceedings 
for high-treason, enlarged and im- 
proved by Hargrave. Lond. 1776- 
81. fol. 1 1 parts in 6 vols. Also on 
large paper. — ^A complete collection 
of state-trials and proceedings for 
high-treason and other crimes and 
misdemeanors^ from the earliest pe- 
riod to the year 1783, compiled by 
T. B. Howell, and continued from 
the year 1783 by Th. Jones Howell. 
Lond large 8^. 

Each vol. of Uowell*s collection cost 
il. IIS. 6d. The i2d voL (1816) is die 
first of the continuation, and goes as far 
as 1794. The earlier series up to vol. 
11 carries the work to the same period, 
which the folio edition by Hargrave em- 
braces ; but it is more complete than the 
latter.— CoM#<r« CoUeetwn of eiaie4riah. 
Lond. 1806-10. 8". 8 vols. (13L las.) 

STATELLA, see Amico. 

21657 STATIUS, Publ. Papinius. 

I. Opera, Thebais et Achilleis. 

Without place or date. fol. 

This edition, somewhat clumsily printed 
with a rather crude and unusuid Roman 
type (in which the « without a dot and the 
Q are characteristic), is of the greatest ra- 
rity, although the text does not give prorf 
of peculiar accuracy. 1 75 leaves, without 
signatures, catchwords, and numbering of 
the leaves, with 37 lines in the Thebaie, 
and 36 in the A^illeis. Leaf i* b^ns 
without any particular superscription with 
a notice respecting the poet, and with pre- 
fatory observations on Uie Achilleis, These 
observations are furnished with printed 
marginal notes which could not have been 
extant before 1477, from which an acci- 
dental determination as to the age of this 
typographical production may be deduced. 
After this prdiminary matter on 8 leaves 
follows a blank leaf, and then 1 1 leaves of 
similar observations on the Thebaie, The 
Thebaii begins in leaf 10a after an intro- 
duction of 12 verses, Raiemat aeies, alierm 
naq; regna prqfcmis. This poem ends in 
leaf 157b ; Ooeidet & meriH poet me refe^ 
rentitr honores. Then follow 2 bbmk 
leaves. The Achilleis, which fills 16 leaves, 
begins in leaf 1 6o(^ thusi Agnanimii eaddSy 
formidtUaqi UmanHj and ends in leaf 1 75b 
with the verse, Ei memini meminisse iuuai 
scit cetera mater. This description is ac- 



1770 



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ixirding to lord Spenoer^s copy in Dibdin's 
Bibl. Spencer, f II. 366 sq. 

Brunei takes the description of what was 
formerly Valliere's copy {Cat. VallUre, II. 
109.) as the basis, and numbers 175 leaves, 
in which he does not reckon the 3 blank 
leaves. At the same time both the de- 
scriptions certainly apply to one and the 
same edition, only with this difference, that 
in Valli^re*s copy the 8 leaves of observa- 
tions to the Achilleis are not bound up at 
the b^nining of the entire vol., but imme- 
diately before the Achilleit, 

21658 — Thebais et Achilleis. With- 
out place or date (about 1470}. 
foL 

This edition is older than the preceding. 
165 leaves with $6 lines, without signa- 
tures, catchwords, and numbering of the 
leaves. Leaf ib begins with 1 2 verses, and 
the Thebais begins in leaf i* with this su- 
perscription : 

p. PAPINII. STATU. 8VRCVLI. THEBAI 
DOS LIBER PEIMV8 lyCIPIT ; 

It ends in leaf J39& with the line, Deo 
grcUiat. The AchiUeis, which fills 26 
leaves, begins in leaf 140a after the 12 
verses prefixed, and ends in leaf 165^; 
Aura sileL puppia current ad litora uenit. 
This edition described in Dibdin's Bibl. 
Spene. II. 308.) appears to have been 
printed from a different MS. than the pre- 
ceding. 

21659 — Thebaidos libri XII, cum 
interpretatione Placidi Lactantii. 
Achilleidos libri II cum recollectis 
traditis a Fr. Maturantio (h. Mata- 
racio) . Sylvarum libri V cum com. 
mentario Domitii Calderini. With- 
out place or date. fol. 

The subscription, RonuB^ oalendis sextUi- 
bus 1475, refers not to the printing, as Or- 
landi, Maittaire, and others thought, but 
to the composition of the commentary by 
Calderinus. The edition itself was only 
printed about 1480 according to Crevenna, 
but more probably, according to Brunet, 
about 1490. The Thebais has the signa- 
tures o-^, the Achilleis and the Sylvm the 
«ignatures A-L. 

21660 — Thebais, cum Placidi Lac- 
tantii interpretatione. Achilleis 
cum recollectis Fr. Mataracii. Syl- 
vas cum commentario Domitii Cal- 
derini. Domitii commentarius in 
Sappho Ovidii etc. Ven., Octav. 
Scotus, 4 non. Dec. 1483. fol. 

230 unnumbered leaves (the ist blank), 
with the signatures ^-7* and a^n. The 
jfirat geaeiSi impressioo of his entire 



STA 

works, but which appears to have nothing 
peculiar in the text. The Sylva at least 
are printed after the Roman edition of 

I47S- 

21661 — opera. Mediol., Ant. Zaro- 

tus, i486, fol. 

Mentioned by Panzer y II. 53, from 
Saxe. 

21662 — opera cum iisdem commen- 
tariis. Ven., Jac. de Paganinis, 34 
Dec. 1490. fol. 

A reprint of the edition of 1 483, with the 
signatures a-q and A—N. 

21663 — opera cum commentariis va- 
riorum. Mediol. 1491. fol. 

Quoted from the catalogue of Ant. Zatta 
{f^en. 1791. S". p. 269.) 

21664 — sylvse cum Domitii com- 

mentariis. Thebais cum Lactantii 

commentariis. Achilleis cum Ma- 

turantii commentariis. Ven., Bm. 

de Zanis, 15 Mart. 1494. fol. 

A reprint of the eai'lier Venetian edition, 

yet with corrections by Avancius. Consult 

MeusePs Liii. bibliogr, Magazin III. i68. 

21665 — sylvffi cum Domitii com- 
mentariis et Avancii sui emendatio- 
nibus. Thebais cum Lactantii com- 
mentariis. Achilleis cum Mataratii 
commentariis. Domitii alis anno- 
tationes. Ven., J. Pt. de Quaren- 
gis^ 15 Jan. 1498. fol. 

21666 — sylvarum libri V. Thebai- 
dos libri XII. Achilleidos II. Ven., 
Aldus, m. Aug. 1502. 8^ 

295 unnumbered leaves, 255 of which 
contain Statins^ and 40 an appendix, Ot" 
ihographia et jlexus dietionum ffneeamm. 
Besides the colophon of the month of Au- 
gust at the end of the Achilleis (leaf 2 55 a), 
is to be found in leaf 235* a second c^o- 
phon of the month of November at the end 
of the Thebais. There is a copy on vellum 
in the British museum (formerly consul 
Smithes and the king of £ngland*s). A 
physician at Verona possessed a second in 
1772. In this edition the corrections of 
Avancius (who seems to have superintended 
it), together with several others, are re- 
ceived into the text. In the Sylvee no MSS. 
have been made use of; but this appears to 
have been the case in the Thebais. 

21657 — sylvae cum Domitii com- 
mentaries etc. (as in No. 31665.) 
Ven., Pt. de Quarengiis, 9 Aug. 
1508. fol. 

21668 — sylvarum libri V. Achil- 



STA 

leidos libri XII. Thebaidos libri 

II. Orthographia et flexus dictio. 

num gnecanim omnium apud Sta- 

tium cum accentib. et generib. ex 

variis utriusque liuguse authoribus. 

Ven.^ Aldus et And. Asulanus, m. 

Jan. 1 5 19. 8°. 

294 iinmbered leaves, and 2 leaves, colo- 
phon and anchor. A new revision of the 
text of 1502, but somewhat hastily, and 
sometimes unhappily done; also without 
the use of MSS. 

21669 — sylvarum libri V. Thebai- 
dos libri XII. Achilleidos libri II. 

Par., Sim. Colinseus, 1530. 8°. 

263 numbered and 36 unnumbered 
leaves {Orthographia et fiexut dictionum.) 
A reprint of the Aldiue. 

21670 — sylvarum libri V. Thebai- 
dos libri ^11. Achilleidos libri II. 
Orthographia et flexus dictionum 
graecarum omnium apud Statium. 
Bas., H. Petrus, m. Mart. 1531. 
8°. 

306 numbered and 2 unnumbered leaves. 
A reprint of the Aldine. 

■21671 — (the same title). Bas., H. 
Petrus, m. Aug. 1541. 8^. 

8 leaves of preliminary matter (the 8th 
blank), 606 pages, and i leaf with the co- 
lophon. A reprint of the Aldine. 

21672 — sylvar. libri V. Achill. li. 
bri XII. Thebaid. libri II. Lugd., 
Seb. Gryphius, 1547. 12®. Also, ib., 
hered. Seb. Gryphii, 1559. 12**. 

-21673 — opera quae extant. J. Ber- 

nartius ad libros vett. recensuit et 

scholiis illustravit. Antw., ex off. 

Plantin., 1595. 8^. J. Bernartii 

commentarius ad Statium. ib., ex 

off. Plant., 1599. 8°. 

The text of the and Aldine, with dr- 
Aimspect alterations from MSS. But Ber- 
nart's commentary, which is frequently 
wanting in the copies, is neither very im- 
|»ortant, nor free from the reproach of pla- 
giarism. 

21674 — (the title as in No. 21672.) 
Without place {Lugd,), Ant. Can- 
didus, 1598. 12^ 

Bemart^s text. 

21675 — opera quae extant. Placidi 
Lactantii in Thebaida et Achilleida 
commentarius. Ex biblioth. Fr. 
PithoeL Collatis MSS. veteribus- 



STA 



1771 



que exemplaribus recensuit, partim 
nunc primum edidit Fr. Tiliobrc^. 
Adjectis variarum lectionum obser- 
vationibus indiceque uberrimo. Par., 
Hadr. Perier, 1600. 4°. Also on 
large paper. 

4 leaves of preliminary matter, T15 and 
536 pages, text, 6 leaves, index ; 1 16 pages, 
Commeniaritu DomUii, and i leaf, errata 
and printer's symbol. In the title of some 
copies is to be found Lindenbrog, the edi- 
tor's real name, instead of Tiliobroga ; and 
Antwerp or Geneva instead of Paris. Only 
the Venetian edition of 1494 was made use 
of in the Sylv€P, and 3 MSS. in the The- 
baU, and Lactantius's commentary on the 
AchUleis is here printed for the first time 
from a MS. Lindenbrog has only made a 
few alterations in the text. 

21676 — opera ex rec. et cum scho- 
liis J. Bernartii. Genevse, 1605. 

21677 — opera qu8B extant. J. Ber- 
nartius ad libros vett. recensuit et 
scholiis illustravit. Antw., Mt. Nu- 
cius, 1607. 8°. 

510 pages, text, and 191 pages, schoUa. 

21678 — opera, quae extant, omnia, 
ad fidem antiquissimor. per Galliam, 
Angliam et Italiam codicum dili- 
genter correcta, et argumentis, quae 
commentarii loco esse possunt, il- 
lustrata. Ex bibliotheca J. Jac. 
Grasseri. Arg., Laz. Zetzner, 1 609. 
12°. 575 pages. Also, Antw., Csp. 
Bellerus, 16 13. 12°. 

Without any notes. Orasserus seems to 
have made use of MSS. only in the 7^- 
bais. His construction of the text is not 
without ability. 

21679 — opera. Janus Csp. Gevar- 
tius recensuit et Papinianarum lec- 
tionum libris V. illustravit. LB., 
Jac. Marcus, 1616. 8°. 

Aldus*s text, happily corrected from MSS. 
and conjecture, forms the basis. In his 
Elect,, Par, 16 19. 4°. Oevartius has han- 
died afresh much that is touched upon 
here. 

21680 — opera, cum observatt. ac 

cum commentariis tam veterum 

quam recentiorum interpretum. E- 

mericus Cruceus recensuit et novo 

commentario Statii sylvas illustnu 

vit. Cum indicibus locupletissimis. 

Par., Th. Blaise, 16x8. 4°. 
4 leaves of preliminary matter, 74 1 pages 



1772 



STA 



(Thebau and JchUleU), 588 pages (Sph^), 
6 leaves, index and enrata, and i la pages, 
oommentaiy on the Sylvm. The text of 
Oevarthis even to the repetition of evident 
misprints. Cruoeus*s own oommtetaiy is 
without critiGal ability, and contains mudi 
that is irrelevant and unimportant ; yet the 
occasional simple conception of what is 
right cannot be denied to belong to it, and 
the edition has the merit of containing the 
other old commentaries tolerably complete. 

21681 — opera. Amst., Janasoo, 1624 

or 30. 24°. 

T^is edition, supposed to be superin- 
tended by Dn. Heinsius, contains the text 
of Oevartius, but sometimes corrected from 

MSS. 

21682 — opera ex rec. et cum notis 

J. F. Gronovii. Amst., L. Elzevir, 

1653. 24°. 

The text of the preceding, somewhat 
hastily corrected certainly, yet with great 
acuteness, and from good materials. 

21683 — opera cum notis Fr. Guyeti, 

J. Peyrarede et aliorum, opera 

Mch. de Marolles, cum ejusd. in- 

terpretatione gallica. Par., Seb. 

Hure, 1658. 8°. 3 voU. 

Nothing but the learned notes of Peyra- 
rede and Ouyet makes this edition of any 
vahie. 

21684 — quie exstant. Csp. Barthius 

recensuit et animadversionibus lo- 

cupletissimis illustravit : inspersis 

ad Thebaida et Achilleida commen- 

tariiB ac glossis veterum, hactenus 

bonam partem ineditis, et scholiaste 

Lutatio multis locis corruptis casti- 

gato. Ad auctoritatem et opem 

manuscriptorum exemplarium. Cum 

quatuor indicibus. Cygnese, ex off. 

Melch. Gk>pneri, 1664. 4^. 3 parts 

in 4 vols. 

The 3rd part may be divided into 2 vols, 
at p. 945. Ch. Daum superintended this 
edition after Berth's death. Oronovius*s 
text, altered in a few places, with a com- 
mentary full of unarranged learning and 
reading, and not of sufficient real benefit 
for the explanation of the poet, llie 
printing and paper are rather unsightly. 

21685 — sylvarum libri V. Thebai- 
doB libri XII. Achilleidos libri II. 
notis selectissimis in sylvarum li- 
bros Domitii, Morelli, Bemartii^ 
Gevartii^ Crucei, Barthii, J. F. 
Gronovii diatribe. In Thebaidos 



STA 

pnetereaPlacidi Lactantii, Bernartii 
etc. Quibns in Achilleidos accedunt 
Maturantii, Britannici. Accuratis- 
sime illustrati a J. Veenhnsen. LB., 
ex off. Hackiana, 1671. 8^ 

This edition is one of the rarest and best 
of the series, cum noti* va/riorum. It has 
nothing of its own, and Oronovins*s text is 
repeated even with the misprints. 

21686 — opera. Interpretatione et 
notis illustravit CI. Beraldus, in 
usum Delphini. Par., Roulland^ 
1685. 4^ 2 voU. 

One of the worst editions in utum Del^ 
phirUy in intrinsic value, yet the rarest 
of this series next to Ciceronia Opp. phUo9,y 
sold in France as hi^ as 580 fr., and in 
England as 39I. The cause of this scarcity, 
which Dibdin without any proof ascribes to 
a fire, was perhaps a deficiency in the de> 
mand, in consequence of which a gfreat 
part of the impression might have been 
sold for waste paper. The ist vol. {The' 
bais) contuns 15 leaves of preliminary 
matter, 715 pages, and i lea^ errata; the 
and (tiie remaining works), 1 title-leaf, 
488 pages, text, 243 pages, index, and i 
leaf, errata. 

21687 — opera^ ex rec. J. F. Gro- 
novii. Manhemii^ 1782. 8^. 2 vol!. 
(20 gr.) 

21688 — opera ad opt. editt. coUata. 
Bip. 1785. 8^ (18 gr.) 

21689 — carmina. Edidit Fd. Hand. 
T. I. Sylvae. Lps., Goeschen^ 1817. 
8°. (2 d. 12 gr.) 

A new recension from AISS. and old edi- 
tions, with a very rich exegetical appara- 
tus. Reviewed by Of. Hermann in the 
LeipM, Lit. ZeU. 1817. Nos. 267 and 268. 
That he only obtained a very faulty colla- 
tion of the Breslau MS., is proved in a 
Breslau prqgramma of 1818. 

21690 — carmina ex antiquis libris 

oorrecta et criticis annotatt. illu- 

strata. T. I. Lond. 1817. 8^ (i28.» 

on fine paper 15s.) 

Announced in 4 vds., and containing a 
selection from the notes of the earlier edi- 
tors (and of Hand's). 

21691 — 2. SylwB. Without place or 

date. 4*^. 

40 leaves (the last blank), with 35 lines, 
and the signatures A-H, which however 
appear to have been arbitrarily printed 
afterwards. It b^ns ; 

p. FAPIKII STATU SVRCVLI 8ILVA 

aVM LIBER PBIlfVfl 

PBOHOXXrVM AD 8TKLLAM. 



The last line ia, P. PapinU SUUU SUta4 
lAber VlHmua. Described in Font, 11. 
6x6, and CrevennaV 2nd catalogue, T. III. 
P. I. p. 150. This description accords so 
closely with the impression in the CahU-' 
hu of 1472, that those copies might have 
heen taken for parts of this Catullus, if 
5 other lines had not followed the lines 
above-quoted in these latter copies. 

The 5|y/v« are also printed with the 
fdlowing editions of CtUulius; {Veru), 
Vmdelin, de Spira, 1472. large 4°. Pamuty 
Corallutj 2 cat Sept. 1473. large 4^ Ven., 
J. de Colonia, 1475. fol. Vifusenl., J, Re- 
nejuU, 1 48 1, fol. As they are also some* 
times to be met with by themsdres, care 
must be taken not to quote them as distinct 
undated editions of Statins. 

21692 — enwrtiwv. Hoc volnmine 
Domitius insernit. Syluarum Statii 
Papinii libros quinq; a se emenda- 
tes ; Commentarios : quos in Syluas 
composuit. Commentariolos in 
Sappho Ouidii quos edidit. Pro- 
pertii loca obscuriora a se elucu- 
brata. Particulam ex tertio libro 
snarnm obseruationum : ubi non- 
nulla explieata sunt : que ad lin- 
guae latinse rationem magnopere 
pertinent: totum opus quanti la. 
boris ftierit ex rebus quas in eo re- 
peries : facile cognoscas. Romse, 
Am. Pannartz, idib. Sextilibus 
1475. 8™<^li ^• 

heai i^ begins with the above title in 1 1 
Unes. In leaves 2a-4a follows a letter of 
Domitius (Calderinus) to Agst. Mafeiis; 
in leaf 4^ is a poem by the same. The 
SjflwB begin in leaf 5*, and the ist line is, 

Ex OfENDATIOITE ET INTERPBE. They 

end in leaf 138^ with Papinii vita. Leaf 
139 is blank. In leaf 140a follows the 
commentary to Ovid^s Sappho, and the i st 

lineis, An FRAVCISCVM ARAOOKIVM. Jt 

ends in leaf 1 53a, in which page the elucu~ 
bratio in quadam PropertH loca also com- 
mences. Leaf 163^ contains the end of 
this and the beginning of Domitii epilogue 
et rpotr^snnia'is de obgervationilnu. Leaf 
170^ is the printer*s colophon, and 171* is 
the register. 171 leaves in the whole (not 
169 or 170), with an unequal number of 
lines (35 in the verses), wiuiout signatures, 
and numbering of the leaves, l^e Vene^ 
tian edition ^1473 forms the basis, yet 
witli many coiTeotions, partly from M SS. 
and partly from conjecture- — The Com- 
mentarU in aylvat Statii (without the poet*s 
text), with the other writings of Calderinus 
to lie found in the above edition, appeared 
VOL . IV. 



S T A 1773 

separately, Brixicy H, de Cotonioy 8 Jun, 
1476. 4*. Gothic letter. 

21693 — Sylvae. Flor., ap. S. Jaco- 
bum de Ripoli, 1480. small fol. 

A very scarce edition, superintended by 
Bm. Fontius (Fosn, T. III. pnef. p. XV.), 
60 leaves (the last blank) with 35 lines, 
and the signatures a-^. It b^ns in leaf 
fb, Papikii statu, neapolitami. si- 

▼ARVM (no) LIBER. PR1MV8. AD. STEL- 

LAM. The text of the Splwe begins in 
leaf la. It has been sometimes erroneously 
stated as an Italian translation. 

21694 — sylvarum libri V. With- 
out place or date (Par., about 1498). 

21695 — - sylvarum libri V. ad arche- 
typon Aldi Manutii quam eraenda- 
tissime impressi. Viennse, Hi. Vic- 
tor, 1 5 1 5. 4^. 

With the signatures A-M, 

21696 — sylvarum libri V. a Domitio 
Calderino enarrati et a J. Vacceo 

recogniti. Par., J. Gourmont, 1 5 1 8. 

40 

21697 — sylvarum libri V. et duo 
Achilleidos, cum notis marginalibus 
Th. Stephens. Cbr., Th. Buck, 

165 1. 8^ 

A very scarce edition even in England, 
and said to be not without critical merit. 

21698 — sylvarum libri V. ex ve~ 
tustis exemplaribus recensuit et no- 
tas atque emendationes adjecit Jer. 
Marklandus. Loud., Bowyer, 1728. 
large 4<». 

A new and excellent recension from old 
editions and from conjecture ; MSS. were 
not at the editor's command. It has been 
shown by Hand, with a fiiU acknowledg- 
ment of the merit of this British critic, who 
ranks next to Bentley in genius and learn- 
ing, that he has been unjustly accused of 
being too arbitrary. There are copies on 
very large paper which are very scarce 
(271 fr. McCarthy). 

21699 — 3. Thebais. Thebaidos li- 
bri XII ex rec. Bonini Mombritii. 
Without place or date (MedioL, 
about 1478). large 4°. — Placid! 
Lactantii interpretatio in XII li- 
bros Thebaidos Statii. Without 
place or date (MedioL, about 1478). 

large 4®. 

147 leaves, with the signatures a-/, and 
34 lines in a Aill page. Leaf 1^ begins 

5Z 



1774 



STA 



with 31 Latin verses by Mombritius to 
Bm. Chalcus, and the Thebait itself oom- 
menoes in leaf iK At the end are 4 verses 
by Mombritius to Chalcus, which are super- 
scribed, Bon. Mombr, M. D. Barth, Calco. 
S. />., and end, Quam g; m notiri Bariho- 
hmaee memor. — The commentary of Lao- 
tantius has the signatures a-4y and 34 
lines in a full page; it begins in leaf la 
with 12 verses by Mombritius to the 
reader, and ends on the reverse of the last 
leaf with the word finis. Both vols, are 
very seldom found together. — The ThebaU 
cum commeniario, Ven. 1480. fol., quoted 
by Panzer, III. 160 from Maittaire, is not 
^Bewhere confirmed. 

21700 — Thebais (curante Aikin). 

Warringtonia;, Gu. Eyres, 1778. 

13°. 2 voll. (78. 6d.) 

This neat edition is cited by Dibdin and 
Moss as an edition of his entire works : it 
is very scarce in Germany. 

21701 — Thebais cum appositis ita- 
lico carmine interpretat. ac notis. 
Mediol. 1782. large 8°. 2 vols. 

Concerning a MS. of the Thebais, see 
AreHn^s BeOrr. VII. 243. 

21702 — AckilUis. Without place 

or date (Ven.), Nicolao Trono prin- 

cipe Venetiis, 1472. 4°. 

34 leaves with 24 lines, without signa- 
tures, catchwords, and numbering of the 
leaves. Leaf la bc^ns with the line 

PaPINII statu BVA8VLI ACHILLEI8. 

There is no break between the two books 
of this poem. In leaf 24a is the last line, 
Aura tcilSi. pupjM current ad littara 
uenit; on the reverse is a colophon in 7 
lines in small capitals. The types have a 
resemblance to those of J. de Cokmia. 

21703 — Achilleis. Ferrarise, Andr. 

Gallus, 1472. 4°. 

Extremely scarce, and still doubted by 
Dibdin, Bibl. Speno. II. 369, yet de- 
scribed by him in ^£(2. AUhcrp, II. 321 
sq. 22 leaves with 27 lines, without sig- 
natures, catchwords, and pagination. Leaf 
!• b^ns with the line, Pvblii fapikii 
STATU ACHiixEiDOS. Leaf 22^ ends 
with 4 verses, Impressi Andreas hoc optts 
etc, ^e two last lines of which are, 

Numine : perfeotus cum liber istefuU : 
M. CCCC. LXXJl. 

21704 — Achilleis. Parmse, St. Co- 

rallus, 10 cal. April. 1473. 4^ 

Consult Panzer, 11. 350. Doubted by 
Dibdin, BibL Speno, II. 369 (perhaps too 
hastily); for it could not have been con- 
founded with the Sylvm printed by Corallus 
with Catullus in 1473, as this is- dated 
2 caL Sept. 



STA 

21705 — Achilleis cum commentariis 
J. Britannici. Brix., J. Britanni- 
cus, 21 Maji 1485. fol. 

4 leaves, with the signature a (the ist 
bbink), and 24 leaves, with the signatures 
a-d. A copy on vellum in the Royal li- 
brary at Paris (previously 480 fr. M*Car- 
thy). 

21706 — Achilleidos libri II. Par., 
Alex. Aliate, 1497. 4''. 

21707 — Achilleis, industria J. Lie- 

tii. Erphordise, 1510. 4^ 

This edition is mentioned in Bibl. Petan. 
ei MansarL Ha/ye, 1721. 8**. p. 179. 

21708 — Achilleidos libri duo, item 
vita authoris a Pt. Crinito de- 
scripta. Arg., ex sedib. Schureria- 
nis, m. Junio 1515* 4°- ib., id., m. 
Febr. 1517. 4°. 

21709 — Achilleidos libri duo ad ar- 
chetjrpon Aldi Manutii accurate 
impressi (cura Rdf. Agricolae). Vi- 
enn«. Hi. Vietor, m. Majo 1515. 

4°- 

An edition of the Achilleis by J. Mitford 
was promised in the Clasnoai Journal in 
1812. 

21710 — 5. Versiones. La Tebaide 

ridotta da Erasmo di Valvasone in 

ottava rima. Ven., Franceschi, 

1570. 4°. Tebaide tradotta in 

verso sciolto da Giacinto Nini. 

Roma, 1630. 8°. Tebaide (trad.) 

di Selvaggio Porpora (Corn. Benti- 

voglio). Roma^ Salvioni^ 1729* 

large 4°. 

The Thebais after Bentiv<^lio's transla- 
tion is also in the Corpus poetar. latinor, 
MedioL T. i, 2. Selve trad, da un pastore 
Arcade (Fr. Mar. Biaeca). ib. T. 3. 
Achilleide trad, da un aecademioo Quirino 
(Orajsio Bianchi). ib. T. 4. 

21711 — L' Achilleide trad, par P. 
Carneau. Chartres, Peign^, 1624. 
1 2°. CEuvres en latin et en fraD9. 
par (Mch.) de Marolles. Par., 
Hure, 1658. 8^. 3 voU. L'Achi- 
leyde, traduction en vers par M. D. 
M. A. D. V. (Mch. de Marolles). 
Par., Langlois, 1678. 4°. La Th^- 
baide, traduction nouvelle par M. 
P. L. Cormiliolle. Par. 1783. laS 
3 voll. L* Achilleide et les Sylves, 
trad, par le m6me. Par., Demo- 



ST A 

raine, 1803. ii''. 2 veil. (Eavres de 
Stace, trad, par CormilioUe. Nout. 
ed Par. i8ao. 13°. 5 voll. L'A. 
cfaill^ide, imitation en vers du 
poSme de Stace^ par Coumand. 
Par.^ Buisson^ an 8 (1800). 12^ 
Les Sylves, tradaites d'apr^s lea 
corrections de J. Markland, avec le 
texte et des notes, par M. S. Dela- 
tour. Par., an XI (1803). 8°. 
(6 fr.) Hypsipyle^ Episode extrait 
de la Th^baide de Stace, suivi de 
r^pithalame de Stella et de Vio- 
lantilla du m^me poete^ trad, par 
L. Charpentier de Longchamps. 
Par. 1807. 8°. 

Comdlle also gare a poetical translation 
of the first two books of the Thebau^ from 
which M^age quotes a page consisting of 
36 verses. As yet however no copy has 
been discovered, and it must be assumed 
that ComeiUe suppressed it himself: see 
Barbier Examen criL des didiomu hittor. 
T. I. p. 319. 

21712 — Auswahl einiger Sylven des 
Statius in gebundner u. ungebund- 
ner Uebersetzung (von 6. A. von 
Breitenbauch). Lpz. 1817. 8^ 

(7gr) 

21713 — an essay upon Statius, or 
five books of the Thebais of Statius 
translated into English verse by 
Th. Stephens, Lond., Royston, 
1 648. 8°. Achilleis translated into 
English in ^ye books^ to each of 
which are subjoined annotations by 
Rb. Howard. Lond. 1660. 8°. The 
Thebaid translated into English 
verse, with notes and observations 
(by W. LiUington Lewis). Oxf. 
1767 or 73. 8°. 2 vols. (los. 6d.) 

21714 — Triodon of Dry ling van 
Heldendichten, als 6 Boecken P. 
Pap. Statii van de Thebaensche, 5 
van de Nederlantsche Oorlogen en 
5 Gesangen van P. Mauritz Daden, 
door Lamb, van Bos. Amst. 1647. 

l2^ 

21715 — 6. Illustraniia, J. Mich. 
Lochmann pr. quo pauca ad defen- 
dendum et emendandum Statium 
pnefatur. Coburgi^ i774- 4°- ^- 
jBarclaji Comment, in Statii The- 



STA 



1776 



baidos libros IV. Pontimussi, 1601. 
8°. In Statii sylvas Fed. Morelli 
commentationes et conjectanea. 
Lutet, CI. Morellus^ 160 a. 4°. 
J. Cp. Dommerichii pr. ad Statii 
Achilleida ex membranis biblio- 
thecsB su» anecdota. Wolfenb. 
1758. 4^ J. Gli. Bidermanni pr. 
de virga medica ad Thebaid. L. II. 
V. II. FreybergiE, i7SO' 4®- P* A. 
Menke Obss. crit. in Statii Achil- 
leida et alios passim scriptores. 
Gott, Vandenhoeck, 1814. 4^. 

21716 — J. P. Gronovii in Statii sil- 
var. libros V. diatribe. Nova edi- 
tio ab ipso auctore correcta^ inter- 
polata, aucta. Accedunt Emerici 
Crucei antidiatribe^ Gronovii elen- 
chus antidiatribes^ et Crucei mus- 
carium. Edid. et annotatt. adjec. 
Fd. Hand. Lps., G. Fleischer, 

1812. 8°. 2 voll. (5 d.) 

Gronovii Diair. first appeared, Hoff. 
Com. 1627. 8°. Crucei AfUidiatr.y Par. 
1639. i^°* GronooU Elenchut, Par. 1640. 
8**., and Crucei Musearium, Par. 1640. 
8®. Orrniorius's Diatribe is here printed 
from a copy corrected and enlai^g^ by the 
author himself. 

21717 STATIUS, Achilles. Inlus- 
trium virorum, ut exstant in urbe, 
expressi vultus (cum preef. AchiU. 
Statii). Romoe, formis Ant. La- 
frerii, 1569. fol. 

Containing 52 good plates by AgstVene- 
tus. A new impression, Patav. 1648. 
foL 

21718 STATO presente degli antichi 
monumenti Siciliani (da And. Pi- 
gonati). Without place, 1767. fol. 
with plates. 

21719 STATUE. Delle antiche 
statue Greche e Romane, che nell' 
antisala della libreria di S. Marco e 
in altri luoghi pubblici di Venezia 
si trovano (da Ant. Mar., Girolamo, 
ed Alessandro Zanetti). Ven. 1 740 
-43. large fol. 2 voll. 

Well executed certainly as a work of art, 
but archeologically inaccurate, and not to 
be depended upon. In most of the statues 
the reparation of single parts and members 
is not given. Yet the work is tolerably 
scanA, and in Venice itself has risen to 



1776 



STA 



20 zechlns, since the plates were bought 
in England, where a new impression has 
been prepared under the title, Ancient «to- 
tuet, Greek and Roman, Land, 1800. fol. 
Consult Thiersch ReiBC naeh Italien I. 
139. 

21720 STATUTA antiqua urbis 
(Romae). Without place or date 
{RonuB, U, Han, about 1470). fol. 

165 printed leaves, without signatures, 
catchwords, and pagination. The first 
edition and extremely scarce, divided into 
4 books. Dibdin, Bibl. Spenc. VII. 1 13, 
is inclined to set down this printing of it as 
early as 1467. Consult also Hirtohmg^t 
Betchr. sehentwHrd. Bibl. B. 3. Abth, i. 
S. 475. Later editions are, Ronug, 15 19 
or 80. fol. ib. 1590. 4°. lb, 1597, 161 1 
and 1636. foL 

21721 STATUTA communis Brixise. 

Brix., Th. Ferrandus, 3 cal. Jul. 

1473. fol- 

310 leaves (not 306). A very scarce 
edition, and prized as one of the oldest ty- 
pographical productions of Brescia (the 
oldest is the Virgil of April 1 1 , 1473). 

21722 STATUTA wovincialia Er- 
nesti. In nova Plzna {Pilsen in 
Bohemia)^ 1476. 4^. 

60 leaves, without signatures, catch- 
words, and pagination. The only known 
copy is in the library of the univerrity of 
Prague. Consult Ungar Neue Beytrr. 
zur Gaoh. der Buchdr. Kun$t in Bohmen 
p. f s sq. AhhandU, einer Privaigetelliohafi 
in Bohmen V. 130. 

21723 STATUTA provincialia Mo- 

guntina nova. Without place or 

date (ReutUnga), small fol. Gothic 

letter. 

50 leaves with 41 lines in a full page, 
without signatures, catchwords, and pagi- 
nation. Panxer, II. 138, 91, conjectures 
that it was printed by Gutenburg, and 
Oberlin also, in the ArmaleM de la vie de 
Gutenberg, p. 39, attributes it to him. 
The G{$ttingen reviewer (Langer) of this 
latter work (GdtL gel. AnMeig. iSoa. 
p. 156.) justly contradicts it, as Um types 
are by no means those of the CathoUoon, 
but Indisputably the Reutling types repre- 
sented in Braun, T. i. tab. 0. No. 5. The 
paper has rto paper-mark, but a water- 
mark, according to which Uie slxe is folio 
and not quarto. Leaf i* line i is, aTten- 
dot fmimeni phti derici ac a^fldeles reK" 
gioti neenS ee. The last or 27th line of 
leaf 50b is, leiimo quadringentetimo qum- 
gtiageaimo ptimo. (At WolfenbQttel). A 
later edition, without place or date, fol. 



STA 

Gothic letter, 30 and 18 numbered leaves, 
with the signatures o-^, is of no value. 

21724 STATUTA uiliis Mutinas. 
Mutinie, Misoominus, 1488. fol. 

198 leaves, with 45 lines and signatures. 
A copy on vellum in the Vatican. 

STATUTA ord. Carthus., see 
Ouioo. 

21725 STAUFFENBERG. Die 
gantz warlich legend von dem thu- 
ren vnd strenge ouenthurlichen 
ritter genandt her Peter diemringer 
gebor^ von stauffeberg auss der 
ortenowe. Without place or date 
{Slrb,, Mi. Schoit, about 1482). 
fol. Gothic letter^ with 18 wood- 
cuts. 

14 leaves. The first edition of this poem, 
and extremely scarce; the author of it 
was probably Hartmann von Owe. Leaf 
I* is blank, and 1** is a coat of arms en- 
graved on wood. Leaf a" is the above 
title in 9 lines : the poem itself begins in 
the loth line of this page, Wer hat beeehei' 
denheit tdeo vil. da$t er ouenthuren vriU, 
It ends in the 15th line of leaf 14A, iheni 
amen offMbor. (at Wdienbttttel, in which 
copy however the 6th leaf is wanting). — 
Of the subsequent modemixed editions, 
V. d. Hagen cites in the Grundriety p. 91, 
Strb.j Jobin, 1588. 8^ ib. 1589. 8". Mag» 
deb.f Francke, without date. 8*. 

21726 — Emewerte Beschreibung, 
der Wolgedenckwiirdigen, Alt^n 
vnd warhafften verwunderlichen 
G^schicht : Vom Herren Petern 
von Stauffenberg genant Diemrin- 
ger, auss der Ortenaw bey Rhein, 
Rittern: Was wunders Jhme mit 
einer Meervein oder Meerfahe seve 
begegnet. Strasb., Bh. Jobins Efr- 
ben, 1598. 8<>. with woodcuts. 

At Wolfenbiittel there is a copy, de- 
fective at the end.— Also, Strb.y Canhuy 
without date. 8*. 

21727 — der Ritter yon Stauffen- 
berg, ein altdeutsches Gedicht, he- 
rausg. nach der Handschrift der 
oifentl. Biblioth. zu Strasburg, von 
Ch. Mr. von Engelhardt. Strb., 
Treuttel u. Wiirtz, 1823. 8". with 
an atlas of 26 plates in oblong 8°. 
(i d. '2ogr.) 

21728 STAUNTON, G, Authentic 
account of Lord Macartney's em- 



STA 

bassy from the King of Great 

Britain to the £mperor of China, 

in the years 1 792-94. Lond. 1 797. 

large 4°. 2 voIb. with an atlas in 

folio of 44 plates (4]. 48.)- Also 

on large paper. 

The fint edition, and the most Bought 
after. Lond. 1798. 4°. a vols, with an 
atlas in fol. (4L 4s.) is less priaeed. A cheap 
edition is. Land* I707« 8^ 3 vols, with 
plates (il. 78.). — In French by J* Cast^ra. 
Par, an 12 (1804}. 8°. 5 vols, with an 
atlas in 4**. In German by J. Ch. HUtt- 
ner. ZUr. 1 798-99. 8^ 2 vols, with plates 
(3 d.), and by MthL Gh. Sprengel. Halley 
1798. 8**. 2 vols. (id. 30 gr.) In Polish 
by Markiewicz. Krakow, 1802. 8^. 2 vols. 
(15 Polish a.) In Dutch. Anui. 1798- 
1 80 1. 8^ 7 vols, with plates. Concern- 
ing Macartney, see 1/. Barrow*s account 
qf the public Ufe, and a selection from the 
unpub&shed taritings qf the Earl of Ma- 
cartney. Lond, 1807. 4°. 2 vols. (3I. 38.) 

21729 — Ta Tsing Leu Lee, being 
the fundamental laws and a se- 
lection from the supplementary 
statutes of the penal code of China. 
Translated from the Chinese, and 
accompanied with an appendix by 
G. Th. Staunton. Lond. 1810. 4^ 

(3I. 38-) 
In French by Felix Renotuud de Sainte- 

Croix, Par, loi i. 8°. 2 vols. The Chinese 

original appeared, Pekin, 1805. 

STAVEREN, see Auctores, No. 
1344- 

21730 STEDMANN, J. G. Nar- 
rative of a five years expedition 
against the revolted negroes of 
Surinam from the year 1772-77. 
Lond. 1 796. large 4*^. 2 vols, with 
Soplates (3I. 3s.). 

There are copies with illuminated plates. 
Also, Lond. 1806. 4°. 2 vols, with 80 plates 
(4L 4s.). In Italian by Borghi, Mil, 1818. 
12*^. 4 vok. with illuminated plates. In 
Frendi by Henry, Par. an 7 (1799). 8°. 
3 vols, with an atlas in 4"*. of 44 plates 
(28 fr.), A German abridgment (by Ch. 
W. Jacobs and F. Kries.), Hmb. 1 797. 8°. 
with plates ( 2 d. 8 gr.) . In Dutch, Leaden, 
1799* 8°. 2 vols, with plates. 

21731 STEELE, Rch. Epistolary 
correspondence, illustrated with li- 
terary and historical anecdotes. By 
J. Nichols. Lond. 1 809. 8^ 2 voll. 
(16s.) 



STE 1777 

21732 — dramatic works. Lond. 

>7S5- la^ 
See also Spectator. 

STEE VENS, see Dodsworth, No. 

6282. 
STEINHOWEL, see Chronica, 

No. 4146. 
STELL, Adr. van der, seeHisTOiRB, 

No. 9793. 

21733 STELLINI, Jac. Opera om- 
nia (philosophica). Patav., Penada, 
1778-79. 4". 4 voll. — Lettere eru- 
dite, scientifiche e famigliari. Pa- 
dova, 1784. 8**. 

STELLUM Meschiach, see Niger. 

21734 STENDER, Gthd. F. Let- 
tisch-deutsches u. deutsch - lett. 
Lexicon. Mitau, 1789. 8°. 2 roll, 
(id. 16 gr.) Lettische Gramma- 
tik. 2. Aufl. Mitau, 1783. 8^ 

21735STEPHANONIUS, Pt. Gem- 

mse antiquitus sculptae, a Pt. Ste- 

phanonio coUectse et declarationibus 

illustratse. Romae, 1627. 4^ 

51 plates without text, with superscrip- 
tions only. The designs are not bad, and 
the book is very scarce. Count BUuau 
bought the Dresden copy at the second 
Sellisch sale {LeipHc, 1 738.) for 14 d. 3 gr. 

21736 STEPHANUS (Byzantinus) 
de urbibus (gr.) Ven., Aldus, m. 
Jan. 1502. fol. 

80 unnumbered leaves. The first edi- 
tion and Uderably scarce. A copy witli 
MS. notes by Palmerius de Grentemesnil 
in the Royal library at Dresden. 

21737 — de urbibus (graBce). Flor., 
her. Ph. Junt«, 152 1. fol. 

69 leaves, and i leaf with the lily. 

21738 — de urbibus (gr.) Gu. Xy- 
lan dri labore a mendis repurgatus, 
duobusque inventariis (uno auto- 
rum, altero rerum et verborum) 

auctus. Bas., Oporinus, 1568. fol. 
A new recension of the text without the 
useofMSS. 

21739 — de urbibus (gr. et lat.), 
quern primus Th. de Pinedo Latii 
jure donabat et observationibus il- 
lustrabat. His addit«e prster ejus- 
dem Stephani fragmentum colla- 
tiones Jac. Gronovii cum codicc 
Perusino, una cum gemino rerum 
et verbor. indice ad Stephanum, et 

5Z3 



IT78 



STE 



Th. de Pinedo observationes. Amst., 
Jac. de Jonge, 1678 (new title 
1725). fol. Also on large paper. 

No MSS. were made iiie of further than 
6ronoviuit*s ooUations, which are printed 
at the end. Pinedo*8 labour haa very little 
merit in a critical point of view, and in an 
exegetical only the merit of industry. In 
this edition the fragment is admitted, which 
had previously appeared in 1669 ^^^ '^74 
(see further below). 

21740 — gentilia per epitomen, an- 
tehac de urbibus inscripta. Quae 
ex MSS. oodd. Palatinis ab CI. 
Salmasio quondam collatis et MS. 
Vossiano restituit, snpplevit ac la- 
tina versione et integro commen- 
tario illustravit Abr. Berkelius. 
Accedunt collect® ab Jac. Grono- 
vio yariae lectt. ex codice MS. Pe- 
rusino et admixtse ejusdem notee. 
LB.^ Dan. a 6aesbeeck> 1688. fol. 
Also on large paper. 

This edition should be had with the 
preceding, the apparatus of which ren- 
ders it indispensable, although it does not 
possess much that is peculiar to itsctf or 
good. 

21741 — (the same title). LB., 

Haaring, 1694. fol. Also on large 

paper. 

Certainly only a new title to the pre- 
ceding edition, yet after p. 77 a there are 
added a leaves of annotations, and a justi- 
fication of Oronovius» 

21742 — fragmentum de urbibus, 
depromtum ex membranis peranti- 
qui codicis bibliothecse Seguieriane^ 
gr. et lat., cura^ interpretatione et 
notis Sm. Tennulii. Amst., Pt. le 
Grand, 1669. 4°. 

21743 — genuina Stephani Byz. de 
urbibus et populis fragmenta. Abr. 
Berkelius lat. interpretationem et 
animadvv. adjecit. Accedit Han- 
nonis periplus et Ptolemaei Ever- 
getffi monumentum AduHtanum. 
LB., Gaesbeeck, 1674. 8°. 

This fragment, which is also admitted 
into the editions of 1678 and 1688, is a 
remnant of the entire work of Stephanus, 
of which the text still extant is only an 
abridgment. It is repeated in a corrected 
form in Montfaucon's CataL bibl. CouHn, 
{Par. 1715. fol.), p. 281 sq. The following 
article is only a separate edition of a single 
portion of this fragment. 



STE 

21744 — fragmentum de Dodone, 
greece cum triplici latina versione 
et academicis exercitatt. Jac. Gro- 
novii. LB., Gaesbeeck, 1681. 4°. 

Reprinted with augmentation of Orono- 
viu8*s notes, and the addition of J. Trig- 
land*s observations in Granovii Thesaur, 
anHqq.gr. VII. 269 sq. 

21745 — Lucse Holstenii notae et 
castigatt. postumae in Stephani Bjz. 
iOvuoa, editffi a Thdr. Ryckio. Qui 
Scymni Chii fragmenta bactenus 
non edita, item dissertationem de 
primis Italiie colonis et MneBd ad- 
ventu et alia nonnulla addidit. 
LB., Jac. Hackius, 1684. fol. 

There is no copy on lai^ paper of this 
necessary appendage to the editions of 1678 
and 1688. UUraj. 1691. £aL and LB, 1693. 
fol. are only new titles. 

21746 — J. F. Burscheri pr. quo m 
Stephani Byz. de Gaza narrationem 
inquirit. Lps. 1764. 4°. Jul. Bh. 
Ballenstedt pr. sistens J. Alb. 
Fabricii et alior. notas in Stephani 
ethnica. Helmst. 1774. 4^ (.en- 
larged in Fabricii Bibl. gr. Harl. 

IV. 632 sq.) 

The annotations of Sm. Bochart and 
Palmerius (rejected by Oronovios), see in 
Bocharti Opp. T. I. LB. 1692. fol. 
p. 791 sq. J. Gavers notes in the Miacell, 
obtt, fwv, IV. 219 sq. y. 4-37 sq. He- 
ringa^s notes, ibid, T. 7-9^ There are va^. 
rious readings to the loth book from an 
important Breslau MS. in Fr. Patsata 
Symbola crii. e codd, MSS. VratUlavietu^^ 
deprompta. Vraiid. 1830. 4°. p. 6 sq. 
Ejusd. varim lectt. e cod, Stepham Bffx, 
Rhedigeriano. %b. 1814. 4**. 

21747 STEPHANUS de Gajeta. 

Sacramentale Neapolitannm peru- 

tile. Neap., Judoc. Hauenstein, 14 

Sept. 1475. foL 

9^7 leaves in 2 columns with 51 llnesy 
without signatures, catchwords, and num- 
bering of the leaves. 

21748 STEPHANI Tomacensis epi- 
stolee auctiores, emendatiores et 
notis illustratse, studio CI. du Moli- 
net. Par., Dezallier, 1682. 8^ 

STEPHANUS, C, H., and Rb., 

see J&TIKNNB. 

21749 STERFBOECK (de). of die 
Conste van Sterven. Ars mo- 
riendi. Zwoll^ Pt. van Os, 1488. 



STE 

fol. Gothic letter, with wood. 

cuts. 

Abo, ib.y id,, 1491. lioL Gothic letter, 
with woodcuts. 

21750 STERNBERG, Csp. comes 
de. Revisio saxifragarum. Ratisb. 
1810. fol. with 31 illuminated 
plates (32 d.) 

21751 STERNE, Lr. Works. Lond. 
1783 or 1798. 8°. 10 vols. ib. 
1788. 12°. II vols. ib. 1803. large 
8°. 4 vols. ib. 1808 or 19. 8°. 
4 vols, with plates (il. i6s.). ib. 
1800. 12^ 8 vols. (163.) ib. 1815. 
1 2°. 4 vols, with plates ( 1 1. 2 s.). 

In French (by de Freuais, de Bonnai, 
and Salaville), Par. an XI. (1803). 8**. 
6 vob. with plHtes, and more correct, Par, 
18 18. 4 vob. in 8°. (with 16 plates, 34 fr.) 
or 6 vds. in 18**. 

21752 — sentimental journey . Lond. 
1 792. 8°. with plates by Stothard. 

Also copies on large paper. There are 
two copies on vellum of the edition, Pair., 
Didoi, an 8 (1800). l3^ and one of Par., 
Renouard, 1802. 12*". with plates. — In 
Italian by Diduno Chierico (Ugo Fosoolo), 
Pisa, 1813. 12°. and by Costantino de* 
Giegorini, Dretda, Memhold, 1822. 8^ — 
Voyage tentimenial, en angl. ei en franf. 
Par., Ditfaur, an 7 (1799)' very large 4'. 
a vols, with plates, on vellum paper. — In 
Pohsh, Warsaw, 1817. 8°. (4 Polish fl.) 

21753 — Briefe an Elisa (ubs. von 
J. Jo. Cp. Bode). Hmb. 1775. 8°. 
(4 gr.) Briefe von Elisa an Yorik 
(ubs. von dems.) Hamb. 1775. ^°* 
C4gr.) Briefe an seine Freunde. 
Hmb. 1775. ^''- (8gr-) Briefe mit 
Elisen u. s. i'tbrigen Freunden. 
Lpz. 1775.8°. (logr.) — Tristram 
Shandy's Leben u. Meinungen (iibs. 
V. J. Jo. Cp. Bode). Hmb. 1 776. 8°. 
9 parts with plates (3 d.). Das- 
selbe, iibs. von J. Lr. von Benzler. 
Lps. 1801. 8°. 3 voll. (5 d.) — Em- 
pnndsame Reisen (iibs. von J. Jo. 
Cp. Bode). Hmb. 1771-75. 8". 
4 voll. (2 d.) Dieselben iibs. von J. 
Lr. von Benzler. Lpz. 1801. 8^ 

21754 STESICHORI fragmenta in 

unum coUecta, certo ordine digesta 

et interpretatione illustrata auctore 

J. And. Suchfort. Gott., Die. 

terich, 1771. 4°. (6gr.) 
EjukL fragmeiua coUeeta a C J. BUfm- 



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1779 



field, in the Museum criL Cantabr. No. 6. 
p. 356-279. 

21755 STETLER, Mch. Annales 
oder Beschreibung der fiimehmsten 
Geschichten u. Thaten, welche sich 
in Helvetia bis 1627 verlaufen. 
Bern, Stiiber, 1627. fol. 2 voll. 

21 756 STEUCHUS Eugubinus, Agst. 

Recognitio Vet. Testamenti ad he- 

braicam veritatem, coUata etiam 

edition e Septuaginta cum ipsa ve- 

ritate hebraica nostraque transla- 

tione. Ven., Aldus et And. socer, 

1529. 4°. 

2 leaves of preliminary matter, 211 num> 
bered leaves, and 1 leaf, errata. One of 
the more rare Aldines. — Also, £4ugd. 1531. 

4°. 

21757 STEVARTIUS, Pt. Tomus 

singularis insignium auctor. tarn 

gra^cor. quam latinor. Ingolst.^ ex 

typogr. Ederiana, 1616. 4°. 

An interesting collection of ecclesiastical 
authors which is connected with Canisius. 

21758 STEVIN. Sim. CEuvres ma- 

th^matiques^ revues et augment6es 

par Alb. Girard. Leyde, Elzevier, 

1634. fol. 

In this translation the original ( Wiscon^ 
stighe Gedachints^n. Leyd^m, 1605-8. fol. 
5 ]>arrs in a vols.) is greatly altered, and 
his introduction to hook-keeping, {^Livre de 
compte de prince A la manih'e d*IkUie, 
Leyde, 1603. fol. consult Beokmann Gesch. 
der Erfindd. 1. 13 sq. II. 177 sq.) is not 
included. — MathemaHea hypomnemata. 
LB. 1608. fol. 2 voll. 

21759 STEWART, Charl. De- 
scriptive catalogue of the oriental 
library of the late Tippoo sultan of 
Mysore. Cambridge, 1 809. large 4°. 

(4I. 4s.) 
Only 250 copies were struck off. 

21760 — history of Bengal from the 
first Muhammedan invasion until 
the conquest by the English A. D. 
1757. Lond., Black, 18 13. large 
4^ with I map (3I. 3s.). 

21761 — original Persian letters and 
other documents, with facsimiles. 
Compiled and translated by Charl. 
Stewart. Lond. 1S35. 4"^. 

See also Hussein. 

21762 STEWART, Dugald. Ele- 
ments of the philosophy of the 

5Z4 



1780 STE STO 

human mind. Lond. 1791-1814. andere Christoff Maurer gerissen. 

4^. 2 vols. (4I. 48.) Strb., Bb. Jobin, 1 590. oblong 4^ 

Also, Edinb. 1816. 8^ a vob. (il. 168.) 2 kftvat (title and pre£Mo), and 35 leaves 

In French by P. Prevoct, GerUtfe, 1808. of fine woodcuts. The woodcut Z>4^9 

8". 2 vols. In Oennan by Sm. Gli. Lange, betides Stiinmer*s monogram, has also 

BerL 1794. 8^ 2 vok. (id. so gr.) £ 1550 introduced underneath a bridge. 

21763 — philosophical essays. Edinb. 21771 — novae sacror. biblior. figurae. 
1810. 4°. (2I. 28.) Versibus latinis et germanicis ex- 

AIso, fdSn^. 1816. 8".(i48.) positae. Newe bibl. Figuren. Mit 

21764 — (anon,) outlines of moral lat. vnnd teutschen Versen aussge- 
philosophy. Ed. IV. Edinb. 1818. legt. Strb., Bh. Jobin, 1590 (at 
8^. the end 1589). 4°. 

At first, Edinb. 1 793. 8**. Translated 94 printed leaves and 2 unprinted, with 

into Italian by P. Ferrario^ Padoooy i8ai. 170 woodaits. In the order of the books 

8^ of the Bible. 

21765 STEWART, Jam. Inquiry 21772 STOBiEI. J. Collectionea 

into the principles of political eco- sententiarum (gr., ed. Victor Trin- 

nomy. Lond. 1767. large 4^ 2 vols, cavellus). Ven., Bm. Zanettns, m. 

(2I. 28.) Febr. 1535 (in the title 1536). 4^ 

Also, BatU, 1 796. 8^ 5 vols. In Dutdi, 3 ,4 unnumbered leaves, the last of whidi 

Tub,, 1 769-7«. 8 .6 vols. In French (by i, ^Uink on the fidio recta, and contains a 

benovert), Par. 1789. 8 . 5 vols. i^^ woodcut on the reverse. The first 

21766 — political, metaphysical, and edition of the Sermone*, and scarce, but 
chronological works, with anec- ratber faulty. 

dotes of the author. Lond. 1805. 21773 — sententise ex thesauris Grae- 

8°. 6 vols. (2I. 8s.) corum delects et in sermones sive 

21767 STIERNHJELM, G. Her- ^^^«» communes digests (gr. lat.), 
cules. Ups. 1653. 4°. Sth. 1668. » V^- Gesnero in lat. sermonem 
ao^ traducts (ace. Cyri Theodori dia- 

The first Swedish poet, who sought to ^^g^s de exilio amicitise, opusculum 

adapt the Greek and Roman measures to Platoni ascriptum de justo, alind 

the Swedish language. The above moral eidem ascriptum, an virtus doceri 

poem, the character of which is to be found •vrM.oU 1a«- n . t;« r«,> V^^^^^v.^^^^ 

iTMUbach'. BHrfm aber Sehweden, III. !»«»•*. •*»•) J Tig., Cp. Froschover, 

396, consists of 531 masterly hexameters, '543' ^^'■• 

and was edited by G. A. Silveritolpe» with 1 2 leaves of preliminary matter (the 1 2th 

a paraphrase in modem Swedish, ^/re^fi&, blank), 536 numbered leaves and 21 un- 

1808. 4^ Stiernhjelm*s entire Swedish numbered. The text of Trincavellua forma 

poems appeared under the title, Muste the basis, and is only corrected by a coUa* 

SuetlUgantet, Sih, 1668. 4"** tion of Uie auUiors firtNn whom esoerpta 

21768 STILLINGPLEET, Bj. His •« P^«* »>y StobKus. 

literary life and select works. By 21774 — the same title (accedunt 

W. Coxe. Lond. 181 1. 8^ 3 vols, eadem). In hac secunda editione^ 

with plates (2I. 23.) prseter innumeros locos ex vetustis- 

On large paper with illuminated plates simis codd. MSS. emendatos, maxi- 

(.|1.38)- The contents relate to natural mum quoque passim sententiar. 

^' r^rw^^^ » ^^^^-r^* -r^-^rw^ ^ , auctarfum et integros sermones ali« 

21769 STILLINGFLEET, Ed. q^ot adscripsimul etc. Bas., J. 
Works, with his hfe and character. Qporinus, m. Aug. 1540. fol. 

Lond. 1 710. fol. 6 vols. :^ ^^„, ^ y . ,^ ^ 

ti- nJ ' *u 1 * *• r^ ^ '® leaves of preummary matter, 030 

His Or^nsMmcrm the last time. Oaf. p.^^ ^^ ,5 ,^^^„ ^^ jj^^ This edi. 

1797 or 1817. 8 . 2 voll. ji^n ig corrected and oompletM f rom a MS. 

21770 STIMMER, Tob. Kunstliche of Diego Hurtado Mendoza's. A pretended 
wolgerissene wolproportionirte Fi- edition. Tig. 1550. fd. is suspicious. 

guren vnd Anbildungen. Deren 21775 — - the same title (accedunt 

etliche Tobias Stimmer. vnd die eadem). In hac tertia edit, et 



STO 

menda qusedam sustulimus, et elen* 

cham authorum^ qui^ quoties ac ubi 

dtentur^ addidimos. Tig.^Gp.FroB- 

chorer^ m. Aug. 1559. fol. 

I a toareB of preliininary matter, 632 
pagM, and 15 leaves of index. A liBt only 
of the authors, from whom Stobeus made 
his ejeoerpta, is here added. 

21776 — eclogarum libri II., quorum 

prior physicas, posterior ethicas 

complectitur ; nunc prim, griece 

editi ; interprete Gu. Cantero. Una 

et G. Gemisti Plethonis de rebus 

Peloponnes. orationes II. (gr. lat.), 

eodem Gu. Cantero interprete. Ac- 

cessit et alter ejusd. Plethonis li- 

bellus grsecus de virtutibus (gr.). 

£x biblioth. J. Sambuci. Antw., 

Cp. Plantinus, 1575. fol. 

6 leaves of preliminary matter, 136 pages, 
and I leaf colophon and privilegium. The 
first edition of the edogues, a diflerent 
work from the Sermons*. It was made 
from a rather faulty MS. of Sambucus, 
and corrected from a M8. of cardinal Sir- 
letus. 

21777 — loci communes sacri et pro- 

fani sententiar. omnis generis ex 

authoribus graecis congestar. per J. 

Stobaeum et veteres in Grsecia mo- 

nachos Antonium et Maximum (gr, 

lat.): a Cr. Gesnero latinitate do- 

nati et nunc prim, in unum volu- 

men graecis ac latinis e regione po- 

sitis conjuncti. Adject i sunt in. 

dices locor. communium duo. Ff., 

And. Wechel, 1581. fol. 

10 leaves of preliminary matter, 963 
pages, and 3 leaves index. 

21778 — sententiae ex thesauris grae- 

oorum delectae et in sermones sive 

locos communes digests (gr. lat.), 

a Cr. Gesnero in lat. sermonem 

traductae. Lugd., P. Frellon, 1608. 

fol. 

13 leaves of preliminary matter and 15 
leaves of index. A reprint of the preceding 
edition. 

21779 — sententiae ex thesauris grae- 
corum delectae. Cyri Theodori dia- 
logus de amicitiae exilio. Opuscu- 
lum Platoni adscriptum; de justo. 
Aliud ejusdem, an virtus doceri 
possit Huic editioni accessemnt 



STO 



1781 



ejusdem J. Stobaei eclogarum phy- 
•icarum et etbicarum libri II. Item 
loci communes sententiar., collecti 
per Antonium et Maximum mo- 
nachos, atque ad Stobaei locos re- 
lad. (Gr. et lat.) Aureliae Allobr.» 
pro Fr. Fabro, 1609. fol. 3 parts in 

I vol. 

The Sermones in this edition are probably 
only a new title to the preceding edition. 
But the edognes are merely a reprint of 
Canter's edition of 1575. This edition is 
sought after, as it is the only one which 
contains boUi the works of Stobttus to- 
gether. 

21780 STOB^US, J. Edogar. phy- 
sicar. et ethicar. libri II. (gr. lat.) 
Ad codd. MSS. fidem suppleti et 
castigati, annotatione et versione 
lat.instructi ab Am. Hm. L. Heeren. 
Gott . , Vandenhoeck, 1 79 2- 1 80 1 . 8°. 
3 parts in 4 vols. (4 d. 6 gr., on 
writing paper 5 d. 1 2 gr.) 

A new recension after 7 MSS. 

21781 — sermones (gr.). E MSS. 

codd. emendatos et auctos edidit 

N. Schow. Pars I. Sermo 1-27. 

Lps., Weidmann, 1797. 8^ (2 d. 

1 2 gr.) 

As Schow^s entire apparatus for this edi- 
tion, which had been begun to be printed 
since 1792, was destroyed in the fire of 
Copenhagen in 1794* it has consequently 
been confined to wis single vol. A new 
recension from MSS. 

21782 — florilegium. Ad manu. 
scriptor. fidem emendavit et sup- 
plevit Th. Gaisford. Oxonii, 1822. 
8^ 4 vols. (2L 8s., on large paper 
lol.) 

21783 — senarii grsscanici quingenti 

et eo amplitts Yersi,Othmaro Nacht- 

gall metaphraste (gr. lat.). Arg., 

J.Knoblauch (15 15). 4". 

36 leaves. The sentences to be found 
herein are taken from Stobaeus. 

21784 — gnomologia grseco-latina b.e. 
insigniores et vetustiores sententiie 
ex magno anthologio J. Stobaei ex- 
cerptce. Ace. Somnium vel Gallus, 
dialogus Luciani^ gr. et lat. Per 
Mch. Neandrum. Bas., Jac. Par- 
ens, 1557. 8^ 

316 and 78 pages. 



^ I 



178S 



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21785 — dicta poetamm, quae apud 
J. Stobseum exstant, emendata et 
lat. carmine reddita ab Hug. Gro- 
tio. Ace. Plutarchi et Basilii M. 
de usu grieoor. poetar. libelli. Par., 
Buon, 1633. 4^ 

18 leaves of praUmuiary matter, 200 and 
564 pafes. A new recension of these pas- 
sages trom Paris MSS. and from conjec- 
ture. Sought after and scarce. 

21786 — nobiles aliquot et ad vitam 
recte instituendam conducentes sen- 
tentiae, ex Stobeo a Varino Ca- 
merte versae et in locos communes 
redactae (lat.) Col., J. GymnicuSj 
1530. 8^ 

21787 — J. Stobei scharpfsinniger 
Spruche, durch 6. Frolich, genant 
Letus, in teutsche Sprache ge- 
bracht. Bas., Oporinus^ 1551* ^ol- 

21788 STOKE, Melis. (awm.) Hol- 
landsche Rym-Kronik^ inhoudende 
de Geschiedenissen der Graven van 
Holland tot bet Jaer 1305, door 
eenen wiens naeme onbekent is, 
voor 286 Jaren beschreven. Met 
een Voorrede van Jan van der Does. 
Amst., Barent Adriaensz, 1591* 
fol. 

The first edition of this chronicle in 
rhyme, and very scarce owing to a fire. 
Consult Liierar. BU. (1805). VI. 74 sq. 
Thrae MSS. of it are descrihed in Bibl. 
Rover. I. 67 sq. 

21789 — bollandtscbe Rymkronyk 
van Melis Stoke met der Voorrede 
van J. van der Does. Gravenh., 
Hillebr. Jaoobsszoon, 1620. fol. 

21790 — hollandse Jaarboeken of 
Rymkronyk van Melis Stoke met 
Bylagen en Uitleggingen, door 
Corn, van Alkemade. Leiden, J. 
de Vivie, 1699. fol. with plates. 

21791 — Rymkronyk van Melis 
Stoke, met Historie-, Oudheid. en 
Taalkundige Aanmerkingen, door 
Balthaz. Huydecoper. Leyden, J. 
de Mair, 1772. large 8^. 3 vols. 

Therewith should be compared, Adr.KhtU 
Conspeeitu hisL comiUUut Hottandiw et 
Zedandim, Item Epistola de nonnuiliey 
qtue in nupera editione chranici vemacuU 
rhjfthmici yEmUH Stoke oceurrunt, Traj. 
ad Rh, 1773. 4". 



STO 

21792 STOLBERG, Ch. u. F. Lp. 
Grafen von. Werke. Hmb., Per- 
thes, 1820-24. 8^ 20 YoU. (26 d. 
1 8 gr., on writing paper 40 d., on 
vellum paper 47 d. 1 2 gr.) 

21793 STOLL, Csp. Representation 
des cigales et des punaises (en hoi. 
land, et en fran9.) Amst. 1788. 
large 4^. 2 vols, with illuminated 
plates. 

This work appeared in 11 parts, 1780- 
87. The vol. of the Ciffolee contains 29 
plates, and that of the Punauee 41. Co* 
pies with uncoloured plates are not sought 
after. 

21794 — representation des spectres, 

des mantes, des sauterelles, des 

grillons etc, Amst. 1787-90. 4°. 

2 vols, with illuminated plates. 
See also Cramer. 

21795 STOLL, Maxim. Ratio me- 
dendi in nosocomio practioo Vindo- 
bonensi. Vindob., Wappler, 1788— 
90. 8°. 7 vols. (7 d. 15 gr.) In Ger- 
man by Gli. Lebr. Fabri. Bresl., 
Korn. 1783-96. 8^ 7 vols. (9 d. 
18 gr.) In French by P. Mahon, 
Par. 1 80 1 or 1809. 8°. 3 voll. 

21796 — prslectt. in di versos morbos 
chronicos, ed. Jos. EyerelL Vin- 
dob., Wappler, 1788-89. 8°. 2 voll. 
(2d. 12 gr.) Dissertatt. medicse 
ad morbos chronicos pertinentes. 
Edid. et praef. est Jos. Eyerell. 
ib., id.j 1788-92. 8^ 4 vols. (5 d. 

4gr) 

21797 STOPINI, Magistri, poet« 

Ponzanensis, capricia macaronics, 

cum nova appendice. Ven. 1653. 

12°. 

The following editions are less complete : 
Padua, 1636. 8*". Ven, 1636, or 39, or 47. 
12^ Cremon4B, 1640. 8^ Also, Medial. 
1688. 12**. Ven. 1700, or 38, or 88. 8". 
The author^s real name was Cesare Or- 
sini. 

STORDITO, see Dialooo, No. 
6040. 

21798 STORER, Jam. Graphic and 
historical description of all the ca- 
thedral churches in Great Britain. 
Lond. 1814 sq. 8^. 4 vols, with nu- 
merous plates (12I. I2S.). 

Also in laige 8^ (20I.) and in 4**. (34I. 8a.) 



STO 

21799 STORER, Jam. and H. S. 
One hundred views in Edinburgh 
and its vicinity^ with descriptions 
of the plates and a history of the 
Scotish metropolis. Edinb. 1830. 
4°. 2 vols. (3I. 4s. 6d.^ on large 
paper 5I. 2s.) 

It appeared in 35 parte at is. 6d. 

STORIA^ see Cicoonara, Histo- 
BiA, IsTORiA, IsTORiEj and Verri. 

21800 STORM. Edv. Originale Fa- 
•ble og Fortaellinger. Kiobenh., 

1782. 8^ Samlede Digte. ib. 1785. 

8^ Skrivefrihed, poet. Forsog. ib. 

1788. 8°. 

The best Danish poetical fabulist, who 
moreover has given an ezoellent Danish 
epic poem in his Br'dffer, 

STOSCH, F. W., see Concordia. 

21801 STOSCH, Ph. Pierres anti- 
ques grav6es, sur lesquels les gra- 
veurs ont mis leurs noms. Dessi- 
n^es et gravees par Bn. Picart, ex- 
pliquees par Ph. Stosch (avec la 
traduct. fran9. de Limiers. — Also 
with the title. Gemmae antiques cse- 
lats, sculptorum nominibus insig- 
nitse etc.), Amst., Picart^ 1724. 
fol. with 70 plates. Also on large 
paper. 

Neat representations, but not very aocu- 
late— JSee also Winckeliaank. 

21802 — choix des principales pierres 
grav6es de la collection qui appar- 
tenait autrefois au baron de Stosch^ 
accompagn^ de notes et explica- 
tions par Fr. Schlichtegroll. Nrb., 
Frauenholz^ 1 798-1 806. fol. with 
plates. 

Only the ist vol. and the ist part of the 
2nd vol. appeared. 

21803 STOTHARD, C. A. Monu- 

mental effigies of Great Britain, 

from the Norman conquest to the 

reign of Henry VIII. Lond. 

1812 sq. large 4°. with plates. 
It consists of 12 parts at il. 58. 

21804 STOW, J. General chronicle 

. of England, by £dm. Howes. Lond. 

1 63 1, fol. Gothic letter. 

The best edition. Previously, ib. 1601. 
4". Oothic letter, ib. 16 15. fol. Gothic 
ktter. 



STR 



1783 



218C5 STRABO de situ orbis (gr.) 
Yen., Aldus et And. socer, m. Nov. 
1516. fol. 

14 leaves of preliminary matter, 366 
pages (the last of which is erroneously 
numbered 348), and i leaf with the colo- 

' phon and andior. The first edition, but 
printed from a very Bstulty MS., and dis- 
figured by misprints. Bd. Thyrrenus su- 
perintended the printing. Renouard has 
a copy on large paper. 

21806 — de situ orbis libri XVII. 
Greece et lat. simul jam editi : 
olim quidem a Guarino Veronense 
et Gr. Tifernate in latinum con- 
versi, ac deinde Cr. Heresbachii 
opera recogniti, nunc vero ab innu- 
meris mendis repurgati. Bas., H. 
Petri, m. Aug. 1549. fol. 

16 leaves of preliminary matter (the 4th 
blank), and 797 pages. An impression of 
the Aldine text with merely the correc- 
tion of evident misprints by M. Hopper. 
The Latin translation was corrected by 
J. Hartung. 

21807 — rerum geographicar. libri 

XVII (gr. lat.), a Gu. Xylandro 

recogniti ac mendis sublatis sibi re- 

stituti. lidem ab eodem Xylandro 

in sermonem lat. transcript!. Ad- 

jectee sunt ejus annotatiunculae. 

Bas., Henricpetri, 1571. fol. 

With maps engraved on wood and print- 
ed in the text. The Greek text is cor- 
rected here and there, but without MSS. 
and somewhat cursorily, and a new Latin 
translation is added, which also appeared 
in the same year separately and without 
the Greek text (see below). 

21808 — rerum geographicar. libri 

XVII. (gr. lat.) Is. Casaubonus 

recensuit, summoque studio et dili- 

gentia, ope etiam veterum codicum, 

emendavit ac commentariis illustra- 

vit. Accessit et tabula, orbis toti- 

us descriptionem complectens. Ad- 

jecta est etiam Gu. Xylandri ver- 

sio, cum indicibus. (Genev.), Eu-: 

stath. Vignon, 1587. fol. 

4 leaves of preliminary matter, and a 
map engraved on copper, and 601 pages. 
Then &e commentary (with a separate 
title), 4 leaves of preliminary matter, and 
123 pages. A new recension from 4 MSS. 
and conjecture^ with good explanations. 
But Xylander*s translation remains un- 
altered. 



1784 



STR 



21809 -— remm geograpfaicar. bbri 
XVII. (gr. lat.) Is. Casaubonas 
recensuit, summoque studio et dili- 
gentia^ ope etiam yeternm codicum, 
emendavit ac commentariis illustra- 
vit^ et secundis curis cumulate ex- 
ornavit. Adjuncta est etiam Gn. 
Xjlandri latina venio. Ace. Fed. 
Morelli obsenratiuncuLe. Lut. Par., 
typis regiis, 1620. fol. Also on 
laree paper. 

6 leavei of prdioiinary matter, 843 pages, 
and 56 learei of index. Then the oom^ 
mentaqr, a leaves of preliminary matter, 
281 pages, and 4 leaves. The preoedinff 
edition amended and enlarged, and stiO 
sought after on aooount o^ its correctness 
and beauty. 

21810 — rerum geographicar. libri 
XVII. (gr. lat.) Accedunt huic 
edition!, ad Casaubonianam III. 
(II.) expressie, notss integrse vario- 
rum. Subjiciuntur chrestomathise, 
gr. et lat. (Curante Thdr. Jansson. 
ab Almeloveen.) Amst., Wolters, 
1707. fol. 2 vols. Also on large 
paper. 

A tolerably careful ooUecdoo of the ap- 
paratus hithierto obtained, but without any 
thing of its own. Yet this edition is gready 
sought after on aooount of its convenience 
and neatness, especially as the edition by 
Siebenkees is not yet finished. 

21811 — rerum geographicar. libri 
XVII. ad fidem mstor. emendati, 
cum lat. Xylandri interpretatione 
recognita, adnotatt. et indd. (cura 
Oudard de Brequigny.) T. I. Par. 
1763. 40. 

Nothing beyond this ist voL which con- 
tains the first 3 books, has appeared. The 
text is printed verbally after a Paris MS. 
even with its evident errors. 

21812 — rerum geographicar. libri 

XVII. Orseca ad optimos codd. 

MSS. recensuit, varietate lectionis 

adnotadonibusque illustravit, Xy. 

landri versionem emendavit J. Ffi. 

Siebenkees. Lps.,Weidmann, 1 796 

-1 8 1 8. 8°. 7 vols, (on writing paper 

23 d. 6 gr., on Dutch paper 35 d. 

20 gr.) 

This edition, after the death of Sieben- 
kees, was continued onward from the 2nd 
vol. by C. H. Taschucke, and after his 
death from the 7th volume by F, Ti^g. 



STR 

FriedemMia. The first 6 vols, oontain the 
texty translation, and various readings; the 
7th vol. is the first of the commentary, 
which contains a complete collection of the 
previous apparatus, and something new of 
its own besides, and is done by Friedemana 
with such judicious care and copious learn- 
ing, that his continuation, whidi has only 
been too long interrupted, is greatlv to be 
desired. A laritxm Shrabomannm will after- 
wards conclude the work. 

21813 — remm geographicar. libri 
XVII. (gr. lat.), cum variorum^ 
prsecipue Casauboni, animadvv., 
juxta editionem Amstelodamensem. 
Codicum MSS. collationem^ anno- 
tatt. et tabulas geogr. adjecit Th. 
Falconer. Ox., typ. Clarend. 1807. 
fol. 2 vols. (5I., on large paper 81.) 

A reprint of Almeloveen*s edition, with 
the addition of new various readings and 
notes by Tyrrwhitt, Toiip, and Falconer. 
Fine^ but incorrect and so unsatisfactory, 
that it never even contented the English 
themselves, and (according to Ma$9*9 Clas^ 
steal bU>liiogr, II. 622) has even been sold 
for waste paper in its own country. The 
C/otfico/ t/ourfui/, VII. 132 sq. 445 sq. con- 
tains a reply to the un&voureble notice 
of it that appeared in the Edinburgh Re^ 
view. 

21814 -— y€uypa<l>iK»y Piffkta hrra Ktu 

d€Ka, fKMoVTOS KOI ^iopBowTos A. Ko- 

poff. Par., Eberhart, ^mcc (1815— 

19). 8"^. 4 vols. (52 £r.) Also on 

large paper. 

A new and good recension. The notes 
and the index occupy the 4th vol. 

21815 — geographia, gr. Ed. stereo- 
typa. Lps., Tauchnitz, 1819. 12*^. 
3 voU. (2 d. 6 gr.) 

21816 — Iberia sen rerum geogr. li- 
ber III. Grscis diligenter emen- 
datis, rerum argumentis praemissis 
indiceque grscitatis adjecto juve- 
num usibus accommodavit Cp. Oii. 
Oroskurd. Strals., Loffler, 1819. 8°. 
(12 gr.) £jusd. observatt. crit. in 
Strabonis Iberiam s. librum III. 
ib., id., 1819. 8^ (i d. 6 gr.) 

21817 — geographia, lat., interpreti- 
bus Ouarino Veronense et Grego- 
rio Tiphemate. Romee, Cr. Schwein. 
heim et Am. Pannartz, without 
date (1469 or 1470). large fol. 

240 leaves with 46 lines, without signa- 
tures, catchwords, md numbering of the 



STB 

fearet. A letter of Andreas Alerien^ 
die editor, to pope Paul II. fills the first 
2 leaves. The prooemium of the work it- 
self begins in leaf 3*, and the last leaf con- 
tains a table of contents, with the colophon, 
Atpids iUuiiria lector etc. Of this first 
edition of this translation, the first 10 books 
of which were done by Guarinus and the 
remaining 7 by Oregnrius, only 175 copies 
were printed. 

21818 — eadem venio. (Fipn.), Vin- 
delinus de Spira, 1473. fol. 

A reprint of the preceding edition. 217 
leaves with 51 lines, without signatures, 
catchwords, and numbering of the leaves. 
It b^ns likewise with the letter to Paul II. 
and ends after ihe register with a colophon 
of 7 verses, the last of which is, Imprenot 
diffiHe utdelianU, 

21819 — eadem venio. Romse, 
Schweinheim et Pannartz, 1 2 Feb. 
1473. fol. 

335 leaves with 46 Hnes, vrithout signa- 
tures, catchwordsy and numbering of the 
leaves. Merdy a reprint of the first Ro- 
man edition, yet the letter to Paul II. is 
wanting in it, and also the table of con- 
tents at the end. 

21820 — eadem yersio. (Tarvisii), 
J. Veroellenais, 7 cal. Sept. 1480. 
foi. 

318 leaves with 39 lines, and the signa- 
tures o-Q. 

21821 — eadem versio. (Ven.), J.Ver- 
cellensis, 24 Apr. 1494. fol. 

21822 — eadem versio. Ven., Bm. 
de Zanis, 14 Jan. 1502. fol. 

21823 — eadem versio. Ven., Ph. 
Pincias, 13 Jul. 1510. fol. 

21824 — ^em versio. Par., le 
Fevre (other copies JEg. Gour- 
mont), 10 cal. Febr. 15 12. fol. Go- 
thic letter. 

21825 — geographicorum commenta- 
rii, oUm, ut putatur, a Ouarino 
Veion. et Gr. Tifernate latinitate 
donati, jam vero denuo a Cr. He- 
resbachio recogtnti. Bas., Valent. 
Cnrio, m. Mart. 1523. fol. 

21826 —geographicorum libri XVII. 
olim, ut putatur^ a Guarino Veron. 
et Gr. Tifemate latinitate donati, 
jam denuo a Cr. Heresbachio re- 
cogniti ac plerisque locis de inte- 
gro versi. item epitoms eorundem 
de geographia librorum, nunc prim. 



STR 



1785 



de grttoo sermone in kt. conversae. 

Hi. Gemnseeo interprete. Bas., J. 

Vualderus, 1539. fol. 

Concerning the different Oreek abridg- 
ments of Strabo, see Siebenkees^s edition, 
T. I. p. XXXIV. sq. The only printed 
one, which is here translated, appeared 
at first in Greek with Arriani Peripluty 
Bae. 15.33. 4^ and in Oreek and Latin in 
HMdtotCe Geoffraph. grae, minor, yd. II. 
and in Almdoveen*s edition. Also in La- 
tin, (after Qemusaeus*s translation), in Dm, 
MarU Nigri geographic commentariorum 
libri XI, Ba»,t Henriopeiri, 1557. foL 

21827 — de situ orbia libri XVII. ex 

versione Gnarini Veron. et Gr. Ti- 

fematis. Editio recognita a doctis- 

simis viris et emendatior. Lugd., 

Gbr. Coterius, 1559. i3°. 2 voll. 

The same translation also^ Amst, 1653. 
I3^ 2 vols. 

21828 — rerum geographicarum com- 
mentarii latini facti Gu. Xylandro 
interprete. Ace. ejusd. annotati- 
uncule. Bas., Henricpetri, 15 71. 
fol. 

With maps engraved on wood and print- 
ed in the text. 

21829 — libro III. de la gec^afia de 
Estrabon, que comprehende un tra- 
tado sobre la Espaiia antigua. Tra- 
ducido del latm por J. Lopez. 
Madr. 1787. 8°. 

21830 — geografia, dal greco tradotta 
in volgare italiano da Alfonso Buo- 
nacciuoli. Vol. I. Ven., Senese, 
1562. Vol. II. Ferrara, Senese, 
1565. 4°. 2 voll. 

A priied and scarce translation. 

21831 — g^ographie, trad, du grec 
en fran^. (par de la Porte du Theil, 
Coray et Letronne» avec des notes 
et nne introduction par Gosselin). 
Par., impr. nationale, 1805-19. 
large 4*^. 5 vols, with plates (150 
fr.). Also on very large paper. 

Not only a translation, but also a learned 
and critically important edition. A 6th 
and last vol. is to contain dissertations, 
notes, and index. 

21832 — allgemeine Erdbesdurei* 
bung, ubs. von Abr. Jac. Penzeh 
Lemgo, Meyer, 1775-77. 8°. 4 vols, 
with maps (4 d. 12 gr.) — Iberien 



1786 



STR 



(oder 38 Bach) aba. ▼on Cp. Oli. 
Oroskurd. Strals., Ldffler, 1819. 
8°. (lagr.) 

A part of Penzel^s translation, the notes 
aud the map of the ancient world, are by 
Oli. Sm. Forbiger. 

21833 — Th. Tyrrwhitt conjecturie 
in Strabonem, cur. Thph. Cp. 
Harles. Erl., Palm, 1788. 8°. 

(6gr.) 

Previously, O*. 1783. 8*.—/*/. Cluvem 
noUe ineditm in Strabonem^ in the CkU' 
gicalJoumalt T. 31. 

21834 STRADA, Famian. De bello 

belgico decades daae. Rom., Hm. 

Scheus, 1640-47. fol. a vols, with 

plates. 

The best edition of an often printed, but 
very prejudiced and partial work, which is 
gfreatly sought after on account of the fine 
plates by J. W. Baur, Jons Wiele, and 
CoUignon, single engravings of which have 
sometimes been sold for several louis d*or. 
The ist vol. has 11 plates, (p. 180, 188, 
130, 240, 348, 162, 277, 288, 336, 346, 
358), and the 2nd 19, beside the tiUe- 
plate. (p. 56, 89, 116, 147, 168, 193, 231, 
«35> 238, H7> «5o> «68, 296, 306, 327, 
367, 377, 4449 477)- Tli« 3"^ »nd ^Mt 
vol. is said to have remained unprinted 
owing to the Spanish court The other 
editions (the latest is, RaHsb, et Vienna^ 
Badety 1754. foL 2 vols, with portraits) 
are not sought after. 

21835 — prolasiones academics. Ox. 

1745- 8^ 

Previously, Aofiup, 161 7. 4^ Mediol. 
1626. I2^ 

21836 STRADANUS. J. Equile 

Joannis Austriaci, Caroli V. fil., in 

quo omnis generis equorum ex va- 

riis orbis partibus insignis delectus. 

Ad vivum delineati a J. Stradano 

et a Ph. Gkdlseo editi. Without 

place or date, oblong fol. 

This first edition contains 41 engravings 
in 4 series (the ist has 17 plates, and the 
other 3 have 8 each). A 2nd edition, of 
which there are copies on very lai^ pAper, 
may be distinguished by having the en- 
gravings numbered.— There is also a re^ 
print with re-engravings by Mark Sadeler, 
without place or date, oblong foL 

21837 — venationes ferarum, avium, 
piscium, pugnae bestiarum, depictoe 
a J. Stradano : edits a Ph. Oall»o, 
carmine illustratie a Com. Kiliano 



STR 

Dufflaeo. Without place or date, 
oblong fol. 
1 title-plate and 104 leaves of plates. 

21838 STRAHLENBERG, Ph. J. 

Yon. Das nord- u. ostliche Theil 

von Europa u. Asien, in so weit 

solches das ganze russ. Reich mit 

Siberien u. der grossen Tartarey in 

sich begreift. Stockh. 1730. 4^ 

With a lai^ map, which is wanting in 
many copies. A very important work with 
respect to languages. The French trans- 
lation, Anut. I'JS'j. 12". 2 vols, is not 
prized. 

21839 STRAPAROLA, Gi. Fr. Le 
piacevoli notti. Yen., Comin da 
Trino, 1550-53. 8®. 2 voll. 

The first edition, both vols, of which are 
seldom found together. 

21840 — le piacevoli notte. San- 

Luca, San Bartholomeo, 1551-54. 

8". 2 vols. 

This edition also is scarce. The Dres- 
den library has a copy of the ist vol. with 
this statement in the title, A San Luoa ai 
iegno del Diamante^ '55 1* S°- ^th wood- 
cuts (309 leaves and 5 leaves of index), 
which appean to be a later reprint. 

21841 Ven., Comin da Trino, 

1557. 8°. 2 voU. 
The edition the most sought after. 

'21842 Ven., Comin da Trino, 

1562. 8°. 2 voll. 

The editions, Ven. 1560, 1569, 1570, 
1578^ 1580, and 1590. 8". are also sought 
after. But the later editions, Ven.y Veccfdj 
1599. 4°. with woodcuts, and Ven.^ Ztu 
neUit 1608. 8°. with woodcuts, are muti- 
Ukted. 

21843 — les facecieuses nuicts da 
seigneur Straparole (trad, par J. 
Louveau et Pt. de Larivey, avee 
une preface de Bn. de la Mon- 
noye). Without place (Par.), 1726. 
12**. 2 voll. 

The best edition of this translation, of 
which there are copies on vdlum in 6 vols. 
(326 fr. Boisset, 244 fr. Valli^re, 222 Ir. 
d*Ourches, 255 fr. McCarthy, 201 fr. 
Lair). Atnat. 1725. I2^ 3 vols, is leas 
fine. Previously, Par.^ GatJtiery 1 5 73 . 1 2**. 
Par,f AngeUer, 1585. 12". L^on, Riffoud, 
1595* i^"** «^- 161 1. 16". — Die Mahrehen 
dee Straparola, atu dem ItaL mU Anmerkk. 
von F. W, VaL SohmidL BerL 1817. 8*. 
(I d. 16 gr.) 



STR 

21844 STRATONIS aliorumque ve- 
terum poetar. griecor. epigrammata 
nunc prim, a Ch. Adf. Klotzio edi- 
ta (gr.) Altenb.^ Richter^ 1764. 
8-. (6 gr.) 

STRAUSS, see Monumbnta. 

STRAUSS, see Struts. 

21845 STRITTER, J. Ghf. Me- 
morifle populorum olim ad Danu- 
bium, Pontam Euxinum, Palndem 
Maeotidem, Caucasum, Mare Cas- 
pium, et inde magis ad septentri- 
onem incolentium, e scriptoribus 
historise Byzant. erute ac digestie. 
Petrop. 1771-79. 4°. 4 parts in 

6 vols. 

The last voL ends with oopious indices, 
which are sometimes wanting. 

21846 STROBEL, G. Thdr. Ver- 
mischte Beitrr. zur Gesch. der Litt. 
Nrb., Bauer, 177s- 8°. (6 gr.) 
Mkcellaneen l