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[GENINGES (J.)]. LIFE AND DEATH OF MR. E. GENINGES. 1614. (See No. 3991.)

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A Collection of Rare Books of
(with some exceptions)

Old English Literature.

ARRANGED CHRONOLOGICALLY.

ADDENDA

To Parts I-VIII.
(1515-1685).

ARISTOPHANES.

3914 ΑΡΙΣΤΟΦΑΝΟΥΣ ΚΩΜΩΔΙΑΙ ΕΝΝΕΑ.

Novem.

PLUTUS.

RANE.

ACHARNES.

AVES.

Aristophanis comoediae

NEBULÆ.
EQUITES.

VESPEÆ.
PAX.

CONTIONANTES.

(Colophon.) Impressum Florētiæ opera & sumptu Philippi Juntæ. Anno a nativitate. D. XV., Supra mille mense Sept. Leone Decimo Pontifice. [1515.] 8vo, Greek Letter, old calf gilt. £6 6s

Complete copy with the Lysistrata, the first handy or small size Edition, the previous being in folio.

SCOTUS (JOANNES DUNS).

3915 Scriptû primù a Joanne Duns Scoto DOCTORE SUBTILISSIMO ORDINIS MINORU ac oim theologor principe SUP PRIMO SENTENTIARUM editum Fauste occipit (colophon). Lugdunig. excusu i edib' Jacobi Myt: sum ptu honestiviri Jacobi. q: Fracisci de Siu ta socii floretini: cui: ipulsu atq: diligétia op' ip: recognitũ: adnota meta adiecta sut. Anno salutise ri part' 1520 supra millesimu kal. aplis. (1520). Gothic Letter. 8vo, old calf. £1 1s

1

COPE (ANTHONY).

3916 The Historie of Two The Moste Noble Captaines of the Worlde Anniball and Scipio, of theyr dyvers battailes and victories, excedyng profitable to reade gathered and translated into Englishe, out of Titus Livius and other authoures, by Antonye Cope, Esquier, Anno MDXLIIII (1544). (Colophon). Londini. In ædibus Thoma Bertheleti regii impressoris typis excusum. Anno verbi incarnati, 1544. Border around title-page after Holbein. (See Reproduction.) FIRST EDITION. Black Letter. Small 4to, original calf, blind tooled. The Warton (with his autograph on fly-leaf), Park and Heber copy. FINE COPY, £40

RARE.

Thos. Berthelet on this historie, Dedication to the Prince, Table (11 pp.).

LANGLEY (THOMAS).

3917 An Abridgement of the Notable Worke of Polidore Virgile, CONTEIGNYNG THE DEVISERS AND FYRST FYNDERS OUT, as well of Actes, Ministeries, Factes, and Civil Ordinances. Compendiously gathered by THOMAS LANGLEY. Richard Grafton, 1546. (See Reproduction of the page.) (Colophon.) Imprinted at London within the precincte of the late dissolved house of the Grey Friers, by Richard Grafton, Printer to the princes grace, the XVI. daie of Aprill, the yere of our Lorde, 1546. Black Letter. FIRST EDITION. 12mo, scored russia, GOOD COPY. £12 12s

The FIRST English version of Vergil's De Inventoribus Rerum.
To Anthony Denny, Kt. (14 pp.).

SMYTHE (RICHARD, D.D.).

3918 The Assertion and Defence of the Sacramente of the Aulter. COMPYLED AND MADE BY MAYSTER RICHARD SMYTHE, Doctour of Divinitie, and reader of the Kynges Majesties lesson in his graces Universitie of Oxforde, dedicated unto his Hyghnes, beynge the excellent and moost worthy defendour of Christes faythe, 1546. (Colophon.) Printed at London in Aldersgate strete by John Herforde, at the costes and charges of Roberte Toye, dwellynge in Paules church yarde at the synge of the Bell, 1546. Black Letter. FIRST EDITION. 8vo, calf, blind tooled, RARE. £16 16s

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RIE OF TVVO THE

MOSTE NOBLE CAPITAINES OF

the worlde, Anniball and
Scipio, of they? dyuers battailes
and victozies, excedyng profi-
table to reade, gathered and
tranflated into Engliche,
out of Titus Liuius,
and other authou-
res, by Anto-

nye Cope
elquier.

ANNO.M.D.XLIIII,

COPE (ANTHONY). ANNIBALL AND SCIPIO. (See No. 3916.)

I544.

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