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ALDHELMI (Sancti) Opera Omnia, edidit Giles, | BEDE Historia Ecclesiastica, Lat et Anglo-Sax. uns 8vo. (pub. at 10s 6d) cloth, 8s ANDERSONI Diplomatum Scotia Thesaurus-See page 65.

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ASSERII Ælfredi Regis Res Gestæ, Anglo-Saxo

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ib. 1633

ib. 1634

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Warton says that Middleton, in his Life of Cicero,
was much indebted, without acknowledging it, to this
It comprehends a
curious and little known work.
history of Rome, from the foundation of the city to the
In this book Middleton found
time of Augustus.
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farther trouble. The impression of this work, being
shipped for England, was lost in the vessel, which was
cast away, and only a few copies remained, that had
been left in France.

de Statu libri tres. I. De Statu prisci Orbis
in Religione, Re Politica et Literis. II. Cice-
ronis Princeps, sive de Statu Principis et
III. Ciceronis Consul, Senator,
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BONIFACII (Sancti) Opera Omnia, edidit Giles,
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The author of this extremely rare work was of the noble family of De Burgh, Earls of Clanricarde. He was Abbot of Clare and Vicar Apostolic "nel regno sempre Cattolico d'Irlanda." He says he was Cousin to the Earl of Clanricarde, Viceroy of Ireland. The Travels of this author, 3 vols. 12mo. Milan, 1686-8, have been sold by auction for £10. 10s and upwards. The present volume is much rarer, and contains at the end, a collection of Stories, Bons Mots, Proverbs, &c. CAMDENI ANGLICA, HIBERNICA, Normannica,

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CROMWELL, Musarum Cantabrigiensium Luctus
et Gratulatio; in Funere Oliveri, Protectoris,
et de Ricardi Successione, sm. 4to. limp vellum,
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Benedicti Accolti de Bello a Christianis contra Barbaros gesto pro Christi Sepulcro et Judea recuperandis Libri IV. Thomas Dempsterus, edidit et illustravit, sm. 4to. neat, gilt Florent. 1623 edges, 14s

Many valorous deeds of Englishmen are recorded in this work. Tasso was indebted to it for the materials for his Jerusalem Delivered. Copies have sold for upwards of £4.

BOIS, Itinéraire descriptif, historique et monumental de la Normandie, précédé du Précis Historique et de la Géographie de cette province, et suivi de la Biographie de tous les Auteurs et Artistes Normands, 8vo. map and Caen 1827 plates, calf gilt, 7s

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