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20 gr.) Index supplementi. ib. 1799. 8°. (6 gr.)

7284 genera insector. Kiliæ et Hmb. 1777. 8°. (1 d.) Species inspector. Hmb. 1781. 8. 2 voll. (2 d. 20 gr.) Mantissa insector. Havn. 1787. 8°. 2 voll. (1 d. 10 gr.) 7285 FABRICIUS, J. Seobald. C. Jul. Cæsar numismaticus. Lond. 1678.8°.

7286 FABRICIUS, O. Fauna Grönlandica. Havn. 1780. 8°. with plates (1 d. 6 gr.). 7287 FABRICY, Gu. Des titres primitifs de la révélation ou considérations crit. sur la pureté et l'intégrité du texte original de l'anc. testament. Rome, 1772. 8°. 2 voll. 7288 de literaturæ Phoeniciæ fontibus. Romæ, 1803. large 8°. 2 vols. FABRITII, see CYNTHIO. 7289 FABRONI, Ang. Vitæ Italor. doctrina excellentium, qui seculis XVII. et XVIII. floruerunt. Pisis et Lucæ, 1778-1805. 8°. 20 voll. (120 paoli).

Containing, besides his autobiography in the last volume, 153 biographies written in good Latin. To this work belong, Lettere inedite d'uomini illustri. Fir. 1773-75.8°. 2 voll. (8 paoli).

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preservation is one of the rarest of English books. Also, Lond. 1553, or 42, or 59. fol.


7296 reprinted from Pynson's edition of 1516; the first part collated with the edit. of 1533 and 1559, and the second with the MS. of the author's own time, with a biographical and literary preface by H. Ellis. Lond. 1811. 4°. (31. 38.) 7297 FACCIOLATI, Jac. Oratt. X de optimis studiis. Patav. 1723. 8°. Oratt. XX et alia ad dicendi artem pertinentia. ib. 1752. 8°. Oratt. XXVIII. ib. 1767. 8°. Epistolæ. ib. 1765. 8°. Ortografia moderna italiana. Padova, 1727. 8°.



7298 FACETIÆ facetiarum h. e. jocoserior. fasciculus. Ff. 1615. 12°.

Also, Pathopoli, 1645 or 47. 12°. With the title: Fasciculus novus. without place, 1657. 12°.



7299 FACETUS. Incipit liber Faceti de moribus juvenum docens, qui a Catone erant omissi, per Sb. Brant in vulgare noviter translatus (Latin and German). Ulmæ, J. Schäffler, 1497. 4°. 14 leaves.(Bas., Bergman de Olpe), 1499. 4°. 16 leaves.-Augusta, Froschauer, 1501. 4°.-Nrb., Höltzel, 1503 also 1507. 4°. 12 leaves. Mogunt., Hewman, 1509. 4°. 10 leaves.Lps., Wfg. Monacens., 1513. 4°. 12 leaves. All in Gothic letter.

Consult also Panzer's Latin Annals under Brant. An older German translation in verse of the year 1457 is in the Deutsch. Museum, 1788. p. 437 etc. The original see above under AUCTORES, No. 1348.


7300 FACULTATES assistentium S. D. N. Julii III. Pont. Max. Romæ, 1551. 4°. 8 leaves.

Molini at Florence offered a copy on vellum for sale for 16 paoli. 7301 FÄHSE, Gf. Sylloge lectionum græcar., glossar., scholior. in tragicos græcos atque platonem ex codd. MSS. in biblioth. Paris. in ordi

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7306 fabulæ centum (lat.) cum gallica versione C. Perrault. Lond. 1743. 4°. with plates. Also on large paper.

Fine but incorrect. Another French translation, Par. 1805. 4°. with plates. Latin and Italian by Gi. Crisost. Trombelli, Ven. 1736. 8°. In English and French, Lond. 1741. 8°. 2 vols.

7307 FAGE, Raymond de la. Recueil de 123 pièces d'après ses dessins, grav. par Audrau, Simoneau etc. Par. 1689. large fol. 7308 FAGIUOLI, Gi. Bt. Rime

piacevoli. Fir., 1729-34. 4°. 6


At the end of the 6th vol. there ought to be Chiave e note di Ant. Mar. Bi

scioni of 60 pages. To which may also be joined, Rime piacevoli. Parte VII. postuma. Lucca, 1743. 4°. Lucca, 1733-34. 8°. 6 vols. is a reprint.

7309 commedie. Fir. 1736. 12°. 7 voll. or Ven. 1753. 12°. 7 voll.



12°. or

prose. Fir. Roveredo, 1754. 12°. 7311 FAGIUS, P. Sententiæ veterum sapientum Hebræor., quas capitula aut apophthegmata patrum nominant, in lat. versæ notisque illustratæ. Isnæ, 1541. 4°.

Also in Surenhusii Mischna. T. IV, p. 407 etc.

No. 4134.

7312 FAITS, les, et gestes du Legat. Par., Eustache, 1509. 8°.

There is a copy on vellum in the Royal library at Paris.

7313 les faits merveilleux de Virgille. Par., Trepperel, without date. 4°. Gothic letter. Par., Nyverd, without date. 8°. Gothic letter.

Concerning this romance of the 13th or 14th century, see Mélanges tirés d'une gr. bibl. V. 181.

7314 FAJUZAT Meknatissia (i. e. de virtute et utilitate magnetis, turcice). Constantinop. 1144 (1731). small 4°.

7315 FALCO, Bd. de. De origine hebraicar., græcar. ac latinar. literarum, deque numeris omnibus. Neap. 1541. 4°.

7316 FALCONER, W. The shipwreck, a poem, with a life of the author by Jam. Stanier Clarke. Lond., Miller, 1804. 8°. with plates. Also on very large paper.

A fine edition, and scarce already. The

plates are finer than those in the edition, Lond. 1811. 8°. (128., on large paper 11. 48.) although those are very neat.-At first, Lond. 1762. 4°. Also, Lond. 1808. 8°. with woodcuts (8s., on large paper 168.).

7317 poetical works with the life of the author. Lond., Cooke, without date. 12°. with 2 plates. 7322 FALCONER. Universal dic

tionary of the marine. Lond. 1780. 4°. with plates.

7318 FALCONET, Et. Euvres contenant plusieurs écrits relatifs aux beaux arts. Lausanne, 1781. 8°. 6 voll.-Euvres diverses concernant les arts. Par. 1787. 8°. 3 voll.

7319 FALCONIA, Proba. Cento Virgilianus. Without place or date (Bas., Wensler and Biel, about 1475). fol. Gothic letter, 12 leaves with 30 lines, without signatures, catchwords, and pagination.

Also, Antw., Leeu, 1489. 4°. Gothic letter. Brixiæ, Misinta, 1496. 4°. (Par.), Alyate, 1499. 4°. Gothic letter. Lugd., St. de Basignana, 1516. 8°. At first in the Ausonius, Ven. 1472. fol.

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7321 cento Virgilianus historiam V. et N. T. complexus, ed. J. H. Kromayer. Hala, 1719. 8°. 7323 FALDA, Gi. Bt. Li giardini di Roma, disegnati ed intagliati da Falda. Roma, 1683. oblong fol. I title and 20 plates.

7324 le fontane di Roma. Roma, without date. oblong fol. 4 parts in I vol. 107 plates.

7325 il nuovo teatro delle fabRoma, 1665. oblong fol. 4 parts in briche ed edifizj di Roma moderna. 1 vol. 142 plates.

7326 FALETUS, Hi. De bello Sicambrico libri IV et ejusd. alia poemata libri VIII. Ven., Aldus, 1557.4°-Oratt. XII. Ven., Aldus, FALISCUS, see GRATIUS. 1558. fol.

7327 FALLOPIUS, Gbr. Opera genuina omnia tam practica quam theoretica. Ven., Franciscis, 1606. fol. 3 voll.

The best edition. The edition, Ff. 1600. fol. 2 voll. is extremely faulty, and entirely disfigured by arbitrary alterations (particularly in the treatise De externis morbis). FALLOURS, see Renard. 7328 FALUGI, Dm. Triompho magno, nel qual si contiene le fa

mose guerre d'Alessandro magno. Roma, Silber, 1521. 4°. 7329 FAMIN, A. and A. GRANDJEAN. Architecture Toscane, ou palais, maisons et autres édifices de la Toscane. Par. 1806. large fol.

12 numbers, each of 6 plates (at 4 fr. On Dutch paper 8 fr., lavé et color. 30 fr.). FANCIULLO, see ALCIBIADE. 7330 FANELLI, Fr. Atene Attica descritta da suoi principii sino all' acquisto fatto dall' armi Venete nel 1687. Ven., Bortoli, 1707. 4°. with plates.

7331 FANT, Eric. Mch. Scriptores rerum Suecicar. medii ævi. Ex schedis præcipue Nordinianis collectos, dispositos ac emendatos edidit. T. I. Ups. 1818. fol. (11 d. 16 gr.)

There are to be 3 vols.

7332 FANTI, Sgm. Triompho di fortuna. Ven., Agst. da Portese, 1526 (other copies 1527). fol. 148 leaves.

This scarce and curious book, consisting entirely of woodcuts, excepting the 16 leaves of preliminary matter, contains answers, astrologically calculated, to 72 ques tions given at the beginning. The first 3 leaves of the woodcuts are unnumbered, the rest have the numbers 1-128. At the end is the colophon of one leaf. FANTIN, see DESODOARDS. 7333 FANTONI detto Labindo, Gi. Poesie. Pisa, 1800. small 4°. with Fantoni's portrait. Odi. Italia (Genova), 1799. 4°. Splendid edition.-Poesie colla giunta dell' odi Oraziane. Fir. 1817. 8°. (3 paoli). ib. 1817. 18°. 2 voll.-Poesie inedite. Pisa, 1819. 8°.

FANTONI, J., see PICCOLOMINI. 7334 FANTUZZI, Gi. Notizie degli scrittori Bolognesi. Bol. 1781-84. large 4°. 9 vols.

Collected with exemplary industry and accuracy, and altogether in Mazzuchelli's style.

7335 FARCE nouvelle de deux savetiers. Without place or date (Par. about 1530). narrow fol. Gothic letter, 4 leaves.

See also PATHELIN.


7336 FARIA y Sousa, Man. Epitome de las historias Portuguesas. Madr., Martinez, 1628, 4°.

An expurgated copy of this edition is in Dresden. But none of the erased passages are wanting in the following editions, Lisb. 1674. 4°. Brusselas, 1677 or 1730. fol. with plates (the last on large paper also). The last time, Brussel. (Lisboa), 1779. fol. (2880 rees).

7337 Europa Portuguesa. Ed. II. correcta, ilustrada y añadida. Lisb. 1678-80. fol. 3 voll.

7338 Asia Portuguesa. Lisb. 1666 -75. fol. 3 voll.

A very indifferent work, which is sometimes joined to BARROS (see above). 7339

Africa Portuguesa. Lisb.

1681. fol. 7340 FARINATOR, Mth. Liber moralitatum elegantissimus magnarum rerum naturalium, Lumen Animæ dictus. AV., Ant. Sorg, 3 Sept. 1477. fol. Gothic letter, 369 leaves, without signatures, catchwords, and pagination.

The first edition of a book important on account of the intelligence which it contains respecting Theophilus the presbyter, the pretended discoverer of oil-painting; see Fiorillo artist. Schrr. I. 197 not. According to Lessing's works, VIII. 360. the art is older than Farinator, and was only reduced into a mere convenient arrangement by him.

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without place (Eustadii, G. Reyser), 1479. fol. Gothic letter 268 leaves of 44 lines.

7343 FARINGTON, Jos. The lakes

of Lancashire, Westmoreland, and Cumberland, delineated in 43 engravings from drawings by Jos. Farington. With descriptions by Th. Hartwell Horne. Lond. 1816. 4°.

(81. 8s. First impressions 121. 128.)

See also BOYDELL, No. 2889. 7344a FARKAS, J. Ungarische Grammatik für Deutsche. Umgearb.

von P. Szlemenics. 9 Ausg. Wien. Gerold, 1816. large 8°. (1 d. 8 gr.) 7344b FARLATI, Dn. Illyricum sacrum. Ven. 1751-1819. fol. 8 vols. with plates.

A supplementary volume ought still to appear.

7345 FARNESE, Octav. Quæstiones definitæ ex triplici philosophia, rationali, naturali, morali, in Parmensi academia publice triduum disputatæ ab Octav. Farnesio, Seren. Ranutii, Parmæ, Placentiæ etc. Ducis IV. filio. Parma, Viotti, 1613. fol. 374 pages.

This piece is remarkable, besides being the largest disputation which perhaps exists (it contains not less than 2370 theses), as being the disputation of the son of a prince, then only 14 years old; it has also a separate interest on account of the figures of men, beasts, and other objects, engraved on wood, and merely composed of writingstrokes, with which it is ornamented at the beginning of every book and chapter, and in which not only great variety, but even a kind of expression prevails, of which such a trifling production would not be thought capable. The artists have mentioned themselves in the following manner, Brondulus inven. Ferrarius incid. The author, who possessed the affection of the people, ended his days in a horrible prison, in which his unpitying father suffered him to languish away.

7346 FARQUHAR, G. Dramatic and poetical works. Lond. 1742, or 60, or 72. 12°. 2 vols. 7347 FARSETTI, Tom. Gius. Biblioteca manoscritta di Tom. Gius. Farsetti. Ven. 1771-80. 12°. 2 voll. Catalogo de commedie italiane raccolte da Farsetti. ib. 1776. 12. Catalogo di storie generali e particolari d'Italia, quanto a città, luoghi e famiglie, raccolte da Farsetti. ib. 1782. 12°. Catalogo di libri italiani raccolti da Farsetti. ib. 1785. 12°. Catalogo di libri latini raccolti da Farsetti. ib. 1788. 12°.

All these catalogues were drawn up and furnished with observations by Jac. Morelli. The prefaces are by Farsetti. The last catalogue contains additions to the earlier


primum continetur concilium Basiliense, quod Eneas Sylvius conscripsit. Insunt præterea summor. aliquot viror. epp., libelli, tractatus et opuscula, numero LXVI. (ed. Ortuinus Gratius). Without place (Col., Quentel), 1535. fol.


a mendis repurgatus una cum appendice s. tomo II. scriptor. veterum. Op. et st. Ed. Brown. Lond. 1690. fol. 2 voll.

Enlarged with an appendix of 77 pieces, mostly unprinted before. An important collection of sources for the history of that period. It is deserving of more accurate investigation whether Gratius really was the editor or not. The former opinion Clement maintains in Bibl. cur. VIII. 244 etc.; the latter, Götze Merkwürd. der Dresdn. Bibl. III. 518. and Denis Garell. Bibl. 494. The final decision is also especially important to the future editor of the Epistolæ obscur. viror.

7350 FASCICULUS temporum, omnes antiquorum cronicas complectens, autore quodam devoto Carthusiensi (Wern. Rolefink). Col., Arn. ther Huernen, 1474. fol. Gothic letter, with woodcuts, 73 leaves, without signatures.

At the

Considered to be the 1st edition. beginning 8 leaves, table of contents, in 3 columns. The colophon in red.

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7351 (Col.), N. Gotz de Sletzstat, without date. fol. Gothic letter. A very scarce edition. 2 leaves, prolog. (leaf 2a, col. 2, the printer's name and symbol), and 280 numbered pages, then 35 leaves of index. Without signatures, catchwords, and pagination. It extends as far as 1474, and was printed at the same time as the above edition. There is also an edition continued on to 1478 by the same printer. 7352 (Col.), Cr. de Hoemborch, 1476. fol. Gothic letter. 7353

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Ven., G. Walch, 1479.

7348 FASCICULUS rerum expe- 7356 tendarum ac fugiendar. In quo fol. Gothic letter.

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