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LETTER, under the sign manual of Edward IV., to [Maximilian], Duke of Austria and Burgundy, [afterwards Emperor,] acknowledging his Letters, and referring him to the Abbé de St. Bertin. Dat. Grenewich, 12 May, 1481. Fr. In a Portfolio. [9818.]
RECUEIL de la Guerre d'Espagne, où l'on voit ce qui s'est passé pendant que M. le Maréchal de Tessé y a commandé, depuis le 10 Oct. 1704, jusqu'à Juin, 1706. Folio, 4 Vols. [9773-9776.]
PROJET de Code des Monoyes, dressé chez Monsieur de Nointel, Conseiller d'État, par les Sieurs Hosdier, premier président de la Cour des Monoyes, Delafond et Segonjac, successivement procureurs généraux, Robton, avocat général, Mazeuil et Collin, conseillers, et Grassin, directeur général des Monoyes. Folio. [9777.]
VITA di Messer Giannozo Manetti, cavaliere strenuo et clarissimo cittadino Fiorentino ;-Oratione di Messer Giannozo Manetti al S'. Sygismondo Pandolpho de Malatesti, quando i Fiorentini a Vada li dettono il bastone. Manuscript on vellum, written in 1506 by Alessandro Verazzo, with an epistle from him to Giannozo Manetti, the grandson. Octavo. [9770.]
LEGEND OF TONDALUS. "Ci est contenu, quelles sont les paines et les tourmens d'enfer et la gloire de paradis, si comme Tondalus un homme le vit et le raconta, et la fist mettre en escrit pour le proufit de ciaus qui la liront et oront lire. Cest verites." Manuscript on vellum of the fourteenth century. Small Quarto. [9771.] NEW YEAR'S GIFTS, 9 ELIZ. Newe Yeris Guiftes gevon to the Queine, her Maiestie ;-Newe yeris guiftes gevon by the Queine, her Maiestie. The original roll on vellum, 11 feet long; under the sign manual of Elizabeth. [9772.]
LA VRAYE Y'STOIRE de Troye, où tant de Roys et de Princes moururent en tant de douloureuses batailles pour si petit d'ocasion, comme dit est. Quarto. [9785.]
SIR HENRY CALTHORPE'S Reports of Cases from Michaelmas Term, 16 James I., to Trinity Term, 10 Charles I. [Forming a third volume to the Hargrave Mss. 385 and 386.] Quarto. [9787.]
PROVANÇA hecha ante la Justicia de la villa de Puerto de Santoña, en nombre de Pedro de Maedo, sobre su genealosia, nobleza, y limpieza de linages, y de las casas y solares conocidos de donde desciende ; 1587. Folio. [9788.]
EXTRACTS of Bengal Revenue Consultations, from 11 April, 1783, to 8 Dec. 1786, containing the proceedings relative to the insurrection at Rungpore. Folio, 6 Vols. [9790-9795.]
Map of Europe, the Mediterranean and the north-west coast of Africa; drawn at Genoa, by Giacopo Vezchonte, of Maiolo, 10 Oct. 1562; Ital. On vellum, 3 feet 9 inches, by 2 feet 9 inches. [9810.]
MAP of the Mediterranean and the Black Sea, drawn at Naples, by Joanne Riezo, otherwise Oliva, son of Mastro Dominico, 7 Nov. 1587; Ital. On vellum, 3 feet by 1 foot 8 inches. [9811.]
MAP of the coasts extending from the south-east of Africa to the Bay of Bengal, with the Islands; drawn probably about 1600; Portuguese. On vellum, 3 feet 4 inches by 2 feet 3 inches. [9812.]
MAP of the coasts of the Mediterranean and Black Sea, and of the northern and western coasts of Europe, with the north-west of Africa; drawn probably about 1600; Ital. On vellum, 2 feet 8 inches, by 1 foot 10 inches. [9813.]
AN ATLAS, containing ten maps, drawn probably before the year 1600; Spanish. On vellum, 18 inches by 16 inches. Folio. [9814.]
OFFICIAL Letters and Despatches from Sir William D. Colt, Envoy in Germany in 1693 [to the Right Hon. Edward Southwell?]; and after Sir William's death, on the 30th of August, from his Secretary, M. Schweinfurt; with some from Mr. Francis Stratford. Quarto, 3 Vols. [9807-9809.]
Prefixed to the first volume is a letter from Sir William Colt to Sir Robert Southwell, dated Hanover, 6 Aug. 1689. This letter was presented by Thomas Bond, Esq.
BHAGAVATA PURAÂNĂ pars, in dialectum Mahratticam [?] conversa. Folio. [9825.]
CONSTITUTIONES variæ Imperatoriæ; Græce. Codex chartaceus, sec. XV. Folio. [Bibl. Eg. 265.]
MICHAELIS ATTALIATE Opus de Jure, sive Pragmatica; Græce. Codex chartaceus, sec. xv. Folio. [Bibl. Eg. 266.]
A COLLECTION of fragments of Ancient Manuscripts on vellum, taken from the bindings of books, and preserved in a folio volume. [Bibl. Eg. 267.]
JULII HONORII Oratoris Cosmographiæ fragmentum. Codex membraQuarto. [Bibl. Eg. 268.]
naceus, sec. x.
LEGIS Ripuariorum Fragmentum ;-Lex Saxonum, cum tabula capitulorum;-Fragmentum capitulorum Legis Salicæ de homicidiis clericorum;-Legis Salicæ reformatæ capp. vi-xxi.;-Capitula alia nonnulla;-Fragmentum legis Alamannorum, cum tabula capitulorum;Fragmentum legis Burgundionum. Codex membranaceus, sec. x. Quarto. [Bibl. Eg. 269.]
LACTANTII PLACIDI Glossæ, ex apographo bibliothecæ Hamburgensis descriptæ ab E. Spangenberg, anno 1827. Folio. [Bibl. Eg. 270.] PHOCA Grammatici Ars de nomine et verbo. Codex membranaceus, sec. xv. Quarto. [Bibl. Eg. 271.]
HISTORIA EVANGELICA ;-Petri Manducatoris, sive Comestoris Sermones; -Tractatus de Sacramentis ecclesiasticis. Membranaceus, Sec. xiv. Quarto. [Bibl. Eg. 272.]
ANONYMI Summa moralis de virtutibus. Membranaceus, Sec. XIV. Quarto. [Bibl. Eg. 273.]
PHILIPPI de Grève, Cancellarii Parisiensis, Dicta, sive Carmina sacra
notis musicis instructa;-Early French Poetry of Colard le Boutillier, Messire Raouls, Jehans de Nuefville, Messire Gasses Brulez, and Messire Reignaut, castellain de Couchy, with musical notes ;-Carmina alia Latina et Gallica. Membranaceus, Sec. xiv. 12o. [Bibl. Eg. 274.]
GESTA Pontificum Tungrensium, Trajectensium et Leodiensium, secundum diversos artifices per partes suis temporibus conscripta. Chartaceus, Sec. xv. Folio. [Bibl. Eg. 275.]
GULIELMI BURGAINEI Gymnasmata Græca, Latine et plerumque versibus translata. Chartaceus, Sec. XVII. Quarto. [Bibl. Eg. 276.]
TITI LIVII decadis primæ liber tertius, carmine heroico a Fr. Masono redditus. Chartaceus, Sec. XVII. Quarto. [Bibl. Eg. 277.]
RELATION de ce qui se passa aux estats généraulx de la Ligue tenus à Paris l'an 1593;-Pièces relatives aux Régences établies en France et à la Majorité du Roy. Folio. [Bibl. Eg. 278.]
ASSEMBLÉE des Notables tenue à Rouen en l'an 1596, soubz le Roy Henry IV.;-Estatz généraux tenus à Paris soubz le Roy Jean;— Procez verbal de l'Assemblée des Notables tenue à Paris 1626, 1627. Folio. [Bibl. Eg. 279.]
RECEUIL van diverse orriginele Brieven, Relasen, Ordres, Staats en andere Resolutien, &c., waar onder veele door Prins Mauritz eigen handig getekend; alle rakende de Militaire Zaken in de Nederlanden. Beginnende met ao. 1583 & eindigende met ao. 1672. Folio. [Bibl. Eg. 280.]
TREATY of Navigation and Commerce between Great Britain and Spain,
concluded at Madrid, 23 May 1667, and ratified and confirmed by the Treaty of Utrecht, 9 Dec. 1713. Portuguese. Folio. [Bibl. Eg. 281.]
COLLECTIONS relating to Durham College, Oxford, and to the Abbey of Abingdon. Folio. [Bibl. Eg. 282.]
JOURNAL of a Voyage from Bengal to Madras, 1688–1690, with Letters, etc., concerning Capt. Wm. Heath's Transactions in the East India Company's affairs. Folio. [Bibl. Eg. 283.]
GRANT by Q. Elizabeth of lands in Berwick, 1565; -Three charters relative to lands in Southkelsey, co. Lincoln, and Bury, co. Suff., temp. Eliz.-Jac. I. [Add. Ch. 983-986.]
CHARTER of Guerric, Abbot of Feversham, relating to lands in Missewilla [anno circiter 1178-1183];-Letters of proxy by Edward I. on the marriage of his daughter Elizabeth with Florence, Count of Holland, 1284;-Bond of John de Vere, Earl of Oxford, as surety in the treaty between England and Burgundy, 11 Hen. VII. [Add. Ch. 987-989.]
THIRTEEN CHARTERS relating to Cardington, co. Beds., and to the manors of Mogerhanger, Thornecote, Beston, and Charletone, in the parish of Blonham, in the same county, temp. Hen. VII.-Charles I. ;-Deed relating to Halstow and Stoke, co. Kent, 38 Eliz. [Add. Ch. 9901003.]
FIVE CHARTERS relating to lands in Wodetone and Ockeley, co. Sussex, from 1324 to 1481;—Rent Roll of the Manor of Leadbrook, in the parish of Northop, co. Flint, 1735. [Add. Ch. 1004–1009.]
FOUR leaves of Papyrus, imperfect, the lower part having perished. They contain the greater part of the xxth chapter of the Gospel of St. John, in Sahidic. Page numbered cua contains verse 2 to v. 5. σμß: v. 6 to v. 8. opy: v. 10 to v. 13. aud: v. 14 to v. 15. oμe: v.17 to v. 19. oμs: v. 19 to v. 22. op: v. 23 to v. 25. oun: v. 26 to v. 28. Two leaves of Papyrus, apparently part of a history of the Martyrdom of St. Theodore of Antioch, in Sahidic.
A LEAF of Papyrus, in a character slightly differing from that of the leaves described above. It appears to relate to the Virgin Mary; in Sahidic.
FOUR leaves of Papyrus, two of them very imperfect, and the other two injured; containing part of a Theological legend or tract, in Sahidic. All presented by John Gardnor Wilkinson, Esq.
EGYPTIAN Papyrus, 63 by 44 inches, containing an inscription in six lines of hieroglyphics; at the top is the boat of the Sun and Moon, in which are the soul of a deceased person kneeling before Osiris, the Nilometer, etc.
EGYPTIAN Papyrus, 63 by 41 inches, containing an inscription in eight lines of hieroglyphics: at the top is a drawing similar to that in the preceding.
EGYPTIAN Papyrus, 16 by 24 inches, containing two inscriptions in the hieratic character, each of eighteen lines.
EGYPTIAN Papyrus, 61 by 3 inches, containing an inscription of five lines in the demotic character.
EGYPTIAN Papyrus, 91 by 63 inches, containing an inscription of twentyone lines in the hieratic character.
EGYPTIAN Papyrus, 7 by 31 inches, containing an inscription of three lines in the hieratic character.
FRAGMENT of an Egyptian Papyrus, 5 by 24 inches, containing an inscription of eight lines in the hieratic character; on the back are vestiges of an inscription. A small seal containing hieroglyphics is attached.
FRAGMENT of an Egyptian Papyrus, 13 by 3 inches, containing an inscription of twenty lines in the hieratic character; on the back are two other lines in the same character. A small seal with the impression of a head is attached.
FRAGMENT of an Egyptian Papyrus, 5 by 14 inches, containing an inscription of eleven lines in the hieratic character, and on the back one line. A very small oval seal with hieroglyphics is attached.
EGYPTIAN Papyrus, 12 by 8 inches, containing an inscription of fourteen lines in the hieratic character.
EGYPTIAN Papyrus, 12 by 4 inches, containing two inscriptions, one of eight lines, the other of sixteen lines, in the hieratic character. A small seal with hieroglyphics is attached.
EGYPTIAN Papyrus, 12 by 6 inches, containing an inscription of fifteen lines in the hieratic character.
EGYPTIAN Papyrus, 17 by 7 inches, containing two inscriptions, one of twenty-three lines, the other of twenty-two lines, in the hieratic character; the first inscription is mutilated.
EGYPTIAN Papyrus, 2 feet 11 inches by 12 inches, containing an inscription of four long lines and a few words, in the hieratic character. At the back is an inscription of sixteen very short lines. EGYPTIAN Papyrus, 2 feet 2 inches by 11 inches, containing an inscription of ten long lines in the hieratic character. At the back is an inscription of sixteen very short lines.
EGYPTIAN Papyrus, 5 feet 10 inches by 15 inches, divided into two
i. 3 feet 7 inches long; comprising fifty-four columns of hieroglyphics, surmounted by a frieze 12 inches high, containing a series of sitting figures of deities, beginning with Osiris, before whom a departed person is kneeling at an altar; a line of hieroglyphics runs above this frieze.
ii. 1 foot 9 inches long: represents the prætorium of Ament; in the lower part are Sate introducing the soul of the departed, who is in the act of supplication; Anubis weighing the actions of the departed, the cynocephalus on the balance; Thoth ibiocephalus with his reed and tablet; the hippopotamus on a pedestal; a large lotus supporting the four genii of Ament; and, lastly, Osiris on his throne, with his name in hieroglyphics. Above is a frieze with small sitting figures of twenty-one of the infernal judges; the architrave is surmounted by a row of uræi and feathers, three and three alternately.
All presented by John Gardnor Wilkinson, Esq.