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16494 LEA (H. C.) Superstition and Force: Essay on the Wager of Law,

The Wager of Battle, The Ordeal and Torture, third edition, enlarged; in one handsome volume royal 12mo.


xii and 552; cloth, 98

Philadelphia, 1878 16495

Studies in Church History; the Rise of the Temporal Power-Benefit of Clergy - Excommunication - The Early Church and Slavery ; second edition, revised, enlarged, one large royal 12mo. vol. of 603 pp. extra cloth, 9s

1883 16496 MAITLAND (S. R.) the Dark Ages; essays to illustrate the state of

religion and literature in the 9th and 12th centuries, second edition, 8vo. cloth, 14s

1845 16497

with the burlesque black-letter, “ Duties of a Librarian,” inserted, cloth, 358

1845 16498 third edition, 8vo. cloth, 16s

1853 16499 MARTIGNY, Dictionnaire des Antiquités Chrétiennes

et coutumes monuments figurés ... vêtements et meubles, 8vo. 270 woodcuts, hf. bd. 108

Paris, 1865 16500 MARTENE (Dom. Edmundi) Veterum Scriptorum et Monumentorum

moralium, historicorum, dogmaticorum, ad res ecclesiasticas, monasticas, & politicas illustrandas collectio nova, tomus primus (all published), from the Sunderland library, 188

Rothomagi, G. Behourt, 1700 16501 MARTENE ET DURAND, Thesaurus Novus Anecdotorum, com

plectens Regum ac Principum aliorumque virorum illustrium Epistolas et diplomata, 5 vols. 1717- Veterum Scriptorum et Monumentorum Historicorum, Dogmaticorum, Moralium, amplissima collectio, studio et opera Martene et Durand, 9 vols. 1724-33-eogether 14 vols. folio, old calf, £10. Paris. 1717-33

These two grand collections have become very rare of late years. Their importance for medieval history generally, as well as that of the Church, has caused the absorption of most copies in purely historical

libraries. 16502 MILMAN (Henry Hart) History of Latin Christianity, including

that of the Popes to the pontificate of Nicholas V, 9 vols. 8vo. (pub. £4. 4s), cloth, £3. 38

1864 16503 MOSHEIM (J. L.) de Rebus Christianorum ante Constantinum Magnum, stout sm. 4to. calf, 7s 6d

Helmstadii, 1753 16503*.

the same, sm. 4to. brown morocco gilt, 10s 1753 16504 MURATORII (L. A.) Anecdota quæ ex Ambros. Biblioth. codicibus nunc primum eruit, 4 vols. in 2, sm. 4to. hf. calf, 15s

Mediolani, 1697-Patavii, 1713 Historical documents, as well as unpublished writings by doctors of the

early Church. 16505 NEANDER’S Allgemeine Geschichte der Christlichen Religion

und Kirche, 11 vols.-Geschichte der Pflanzung der Kirche durch die Apostel, 2 vols.-together 13 vols. 8vo. map, calf gilt, 24s

Hamburg, 1825-33 16506 NEWMAN (John Henry) Essay on the development of Christian doctrine, 8vo, cloth, 12s


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16507 ORSI, ISTORIA ECCLESIASTICA dal primo Secolo [colla continuazione

di Bottari] (A.D. 1-656), 21 vols. 1746-62-Becchetti, Continuazione dal secolo vil fino al anno di 1378, 17 vols. 1700-88Becchetti, degli ultimi quattro Secoli della Chiesa dallo Scisma d'Occidente al regnante sommo Pontefice Pio VI (1378-1787), 12 vols. 1788-97-together 50 vols. 4to, hf. od. uniform, £12. 108

Roma, 1746-97 A standard and valuable work, which only exists complete in this original quarto edition. There are two reprints, but they stop short with the

fourteenth century. 16508 [PAGITT (Ephraim)] Christianographie, or the description of

the multitude and sundry sorts of Christians in the World, not subject to the Pope, sm. 4to. folding map of the world, calf neat, 258

1636 The contemporary owner has inscribed the following curious note on the title-page:="ex dono authoris · yet I paied in effect for it 4s.” The book is à polemic, showing the virtual agreement of all other Churches against that

of Rome. 16509 PIUS papa secüdus [ÆNEAS SYLVIUS) eloquētissimus q obijt

Anno. M.cccc.lxiiij. in. Anchona. dū pficisci pposuerit CONTRA TURCOS. coposuit. &c. sm. 4to. ruled with with red ink throughout, very fine and large copy in blue morocco extra, silk linings, gilt edges, £10.

8.n. (Colon. Udalr. Zell, circ. 1470) This edition of the famous letter to Mohammed II is different apparently from the two other Zell editions described by Brunet, each of 53 leaves like this ; but one having 25 lines per page, while the other has 27, as is the case

with the present article. 16510 Ross (Alexander) Pansebeia, or a View of all Religions in the

world, second edition enlarged, with the lives of notorious Hereticks, 2 vols. in 1, 12mo. plates, bound, 7s 6d

1655 16511 DE ROSSI (G. B.) LA ROMA SOTTERRANEA Christiana descritta ed

illustrata, 3 vols. numerous plates of monuments, and stones with inscriptions, 1864-77; INSCRIPTIONES Christianae vrbis Romæ septimo seculo antiquiores, Vol. I (all published),1857-61together 4 vols. impl. 4to. hf. morocco, VERY RARE, £20.

Roma, 1857-77 A work of immense industry and extraordinary value. That it is now out of print and rare, is not wonderful, for it will always be indispensable to scholars interested in the history and epigraphy of the early Christian

Church. 16512 ROMA SOTTERANEA, or some account of the Roman Catacombs,

compiled from the work of De Rossi by Spencer Northcote and W. R. Brownlow, 8vo. numerous plates, some coloured, with

map in a pocket in the cover (pub. 31$ 6d), cloth, 20s 1869 16513 [SANDYS (Sir Edwin)] A Relation of the State of Religion; and

with what hopes and policies it hath been framed, and is maintained in the severall states of these Western Parts of the World, sm. 4to. old rough calf, from the Sunderland library, $7. 10s

Lond. for S. Waterson, 1605 i Perhaps the AUTHOR'S OWN COPY, as it has NUMEROUS MANUSCRIPT ADDITIONS and CORRECTIONS, which are in nearly exact conformity with the authorized form of the book as it first appeared in 1629. The last leaf of MS. is dated from “ Paris, 9th April, 1599," and signer! "EDWIN SANDS, Coll. C. C. quondam Socius."

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16514 [SANDYS (Sir Edwin)] Europa Speculum, or a View or survey of

the state of Religion in the westerne parts of the world, etc. Hagæ-Comitis (no printer's name), 1629-Lives of the III Norman Kings of England by J.(ohn) H.(ayward), Lond. by R. B. 1613—First Part of the Life and raigne of K. Henrie the IIII, written by J. H.(ayward), Lond. J. Wolfe, 1599—3 vols. in 1,

sm. 4to. old calf, 28s 16514*SEMISCH (Carl) Justin der Märtyrer, eine kirchen- und dogmengeschichtliche Monographie, 2 vols. in 1, 8vo. hf. bd. 58

Breslan, 1840-42 16515 Smith (Dr. William) and WACE (Henry) Dictionary of Christian

Biography, Literature, Sects, and Doctrines, being a continuation of the “ Dictionary of the Bible," Vol. I(A-D), 8vo. cloth, 21s

1877 16516 SMITH (W.) and CHEETHAM (Samuel) Dictionary of Christian Antiquities, being a continuation of "the Dictionary of the

' Bible," 2 vols. 8vo. woodcuts (pub. £3.13s 6d), cloth, £2. 12s 6d

1876-80 16517 THORNDIKE (Herbert) of the Government of Churches, a discourse

pointing at the primitive form, 12mo. vellum, 108 Camb. 1641 16518 VIGNIER (Nicolas) Recueil de l'Histoire de l'Eglise depuis le

baptesme de nostre Seigneur Iesus Christ iusques à ce temps, folio, fine copy in old calf gilt, from the Sunderland library, 21s

Leyden, 1601 16519 VITRIACO (Jacobus de) Libri duo, quorum prior Orientalis, sive

Hierosolymitanæ ; alter Occidentalis historiæ nomine inscri- . buntur, nunc primum studio Fr. Moschi edita, 12mo. portrait of Archduke Albert, vellum, clean copy, SCARCE, from the Sunderland library, 16s

Duaci, 1597 16520 WILTSCH (J. E. T.) Atlas Sacer sive Ecclesiasticus, folio, 5 large

coloured maps, full size of the sheet, with text, hf. calf, 10s 1834


a. Italy and Sicily. 16521 BARBARANO DE MIRONI (Francisco) Historia Ecclesiastica della

città, territorio, è diocese di VICENZA, 3 vols. sm. 4to. engraved titles and folding plate, with Armorial Bookplate of ALEX. PETAVIUS in each vol. and his monogram on the backs, calf, 12s

Vicenzd, 1749-52 16522 CAMPI (Pietro Maria) Historia Ecclesiastica di PIACENZA, nella

quale si spiegano le attioni de' Santi, de' Beati, e de' Vescovi della città di Piacenza, etc. 3 parts in 2 vols. folio, old panelled calf, £2. 108

Piacenza, 1651-62 In the third part, page 221, is “Discorso historico circa la nascita di Cristoforo Colombo,” with a Genealogical Table.

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16523 CARACCIOLO (Cesare d’Engenio) Napoli Sacra, ove oltre le vere

origini e fundationi di tutte le Chiese, Monasterij, cappelle, spedali, ed' altri luoghi sacri

si tratta di Reliquie de' Santi, etc. sm. 4to. old calf, 5s

Napoli, 1624 16524 [FALEONI (D. Celso)] Memorie Historiche della chiesa Bolognese e suoi Pastori, sm. 4to. old calf, 4s 6d

Bologna, 1649 16525 GROSSIS (Io. Baptistæ de) Catanense Decachordum sive novissima

sacræ Catan. Ecclesiæ notitia, 2 vols. in 1, sm. folio, engravings, vellum, 20s

Catance, 1642 Rossi was the first printer in this Sicilian town. 16526 LELLO (Gio. Luigi) Descrizione del real tempio, e Monasterio di

Santa Maria Nuova di Morreale, Vita de' suoi Arcivescovi, Abbati, e Signori, sm. folio, 33 large plates (one torn), green vellum, with gilt ornaments, from the Sunderland library, RARE, 28s

Palermo, 1702 Bound up with “de Reædificatione monasterii S. Martini de Scalis,

Romce, 1596." 16527 MATTHÆJI (Antonii Felicis) Sardinia Sacra seu de Episcopis Sardis historia, folio, vellum, £2.

Rome, 1759 16528 UGHELLI (Ferdinandi) ITALIA SACRA, sive de Episcopis Italiæ,

et insularum adjacentium, rebusque ab iis præclare gestis deducta serie ad nostram usque ætatem, EDITIO PRIMA, 9 vols. sm. folio, numerous coats of Arms, etc. old calf gilt, with the Arms of the Comte de Brionde on sides, from the Sunderland library, £4. 48

Romce, 1644-62 16529 UGHELLI (Ferdinandi) ITALIA Sacra sive de Episcopis Italiæ

opus, editio secunda cura Nicolai Coleti, 10 vols. in 9, folio, LARGE PAPER, coats of Arms, vellum, scarce, £12. 12s

Venetiis, 1717-22 An invaluable collection of material for the history of the Church. Ughelli, who died in 1670, had spent thirty years of patient labour in compiling it, and the augmentations made by Coletus in this edition gave the work a monumental importance. No historical library can dispense with the “ Italia Sacra."

b. France.

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16530 AUBERY, Histoire du Card. Duc de Joyeuse (1552-1615), a la fin

de laquelle sont plusieurs Memoires, Lettres, Relations, etc. sm. 4to. fine full-page portrait, large and clean copy in vellum, 32s

Paris, 1654 16531 CocQvAvLT (Pierre) Table Chronologique extraite sur l'histoire de l'Eglise, Ville et Province de Reims, sm. 4to. vellum, 10s

Reims, 1650 A pretty little view of Reims is engraved upon the title-page. 16532 DU MONSTIER (Arturi) Neustria Pia seu de omnibus et sin

gulis Abbatiis et Prioratibus totius Normandiæ, folio, old calf, £3. 16s

Rothomagi, 1663 An antiquarian work of recognized importance; indispensable to the student of the history of Normand;"

16533 L'ESPRIT DE PERSECUTION de la cour de Rome sous le pontificat de

Clement XI et de la cour de France sous Louis le Grand contre les Reformez & les Jansenistes, 16mo. vellum, 7s 6d

Pampelune, 1714

A Jansenist work. 16534 FISQUET (H.) LA FRANCE PONTIFICALE (Gallia : Christiana)

Histoire chronologique et biographique des Archevêques et Evêques de tous les diocèses de France depuis l'établissement du Christianisme, 22 vols. 8vo. sd. £2. 10s Paris (1864-74)

Aix: Aix, Arles, Embrun, Digne, Gap, 5 vols.; 'AVIGNON : Montpellier, 2 vols. ; BORDEAUX : CAMBRAI; Lyon et VIENNE; PARIS : Paris, Notre Dame, Chartres, 3 vols. ; Reims : Reims, Soissons et Laon, 2 vols. ; ROUEN: Rouen, Bayeux et Lisieux, Evreux, Séez, 4 vols.; SENS : Sens et Auxerre,

Nevers, Bethlehem, Troyes, Moulins, 2 vols. 16535 FRIZON (Petri) Gallia Purpurata ; qua cum summorum pontificum,

tum omnium Galliæ Cardinalium, qui hactenus vixere res præclare gestæ continentur, folio, fine frontispiece and numerous woodcuts of arms, old calf, with Arms of LE CLERC DE LESSVILLE on sides, £5.

Lut. Paris. 1631 History of all the Popes and Cardinals who were of French nationality. 16536 [HUBERT (R.)] Antiquitez historiques de l'Eglise Royale Saint

Aignan d'Orleans, sm. 4to. view on title and portrait, vellum, clean copy, from the Sunderland library, £3. 168

Orleans, G. Hotot, 1661 16537 LANGLOIS (E. H.). Essai sur l'Abbaye de Fontenelle ou de St. Wandrille, 8vo. plates by Esperance Langlois, hf. calf, 78 60

Paris, 1827 16538 LOUVET (P.) Histoire et Antiquitez du pais de Beauvaisis,

2 vols. sm. 8vo. (12mo.), old calf, from the Sunderland library, £2. 12s 6d

Beauvais, 1631-5 This is ecclesiastical, not civil history, and contains a great number of

valuable early documents. 16539 LE COINTE (Caroli) Annales Ecclesiastici Francorum (ab anno

255 ad annum 845), 8 vols. folio, old calf, with French crown and fleur-de-lis on sides, £6. 6s

Paris. typ. Reg. 1665-83 A work of enormous erudition, worthy to take equal rank with the great collections of the Benedictines. It deals with the civil as well as the ecclesiastical history of the Franks, and contains a number of important charters and capitularies which must be consulted by the special historical student, while the treatises on liturgical and ritual antiquities render it indispensable for the bistory of the Gallican Church. The last volume was published by

Gerard Dubois after the author's death.. 16540 LEMAIRE DE BELGES (Jan) Le Traictie intitule de la differ

ence des scismes et des Concilles de leglise Et de la preeminence et vtilite des cocilles : de la saincte eglise Gallicane, large woodcuts of armorial bearings, 1511-LA LEGENDE DES VENITIENS ou autremēt leur cronicque abbregee. Par laquelle est demonstre le tresiuste fondement de la guerre contre eulx, woodcut of Arms on title, and recto of aij, and De Marnef's device on last leaf, s. a. the privilege dated xxx jour de Juillet, 1509—Lepistre du Roy a Hector de Troye. Et aucunes oeuures Assez dignes de veoir, Escutcheon on title, fine woodcut of Juno enthroned on reverse, and

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