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SCHLEGEL'S (A. W.) Course of Lectures on | SCHOENEMANN, Bibliotheca historico-literaria
Dramatic Art and Literature, translated from the German by John Black, 2 vols. 8vo. bds. 148
the came, 2 vols. 8vo. very neat, 18s
"This useful and elaborate work is divided into seven heads: I. Grammatica. II. Historica. III. Poetica. IV. Christiana, consisting chiefly of liturgical and theological works. V. Biblica, comprising Arabic editions of the Old and New Testament, and parts thereof, with critical and philological writers thereon. VI. Koranica, including editions of the Koran, entire, and in part, with critical and other treatises illustrative of it, as well as treating on the religion of Mohammed. VII. Varia, or miscellaneous treatises."-Horne. SCHOELL, Histoire de la Littérature Grecque Profane, depuis son Origine jusqu'à la Prise de Constantinople par les Turcs; suivie d'un Précis de l'Histoire de la Transplantation de la Littérature Grecque en Occident; seconde édition, entièrement refondue sur un nouveau plan, et enrichie de la Partie Bibliographique, 8 vols. 8vo. portrait, sd. £3. 3s Par. 1823-25 Histoire abrégée de la Littérature Grecque, depuis son Origine jusqu'à la Prise de Constantinople par les Turcs, 2 vols. 8vo. sd. scarce, 9$ ib. 1813
"La première édition de cette Histoire, (Paris, 1813) peut toujours être consulté pour la Littérature Sacrée et Ecclésiastique, formant le second volume."-Brunet. Istoria della Letteratura Greca Profana dalla sua origine sino alla Presa di Constantinopoli fatta dai Turchi; con un Compendio istorico del Traportamento della Letteratura Greca in Occidente recata in Italiano, con Giunte ed Osservazioni critiche da Emilio Tipaldo, 19 parts, forming 6 vols. 8vo. complete, sd. £1. 10s Ven. 1824-30
Histoire abrégée de la Littérature Romaine,
An admirable work.
SCHOEPFLINI Vindicia Typographicæ, in quibus de Artis Typographica Originibus disseritur, 4to. engraved facsimiles of early Printing at Strasburg, vellum, 7s 6d Argent. 1760
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Patrum Latinorum, 2 vols. 8vo. calf gilt, 16s
Lips. 1792-94 "Containing the most ample and accurate secount of the writings of the Latin Fathers, and of the different editions of them."-Marsh's Lectures. SCHWEIGER'S Handbuch der Classischen Bibliographie, 3 vols. 8vo. cloth bds. lettered on leather, £1. 5s Leipzig, 1830-34 the same, Vol. III. Latin Authors, M-V, 8vo. sd. 7s ib. 1834 "An excellent Catalogue of Greek and Latin Classics, the Translations, and Commentaries, with remarks and prices. SCOTT'S (John) Critical Essays on the English SCOTTISH Literary History and Bibliography-See Poets, by Hoole, 8vo. bds. 5s Campbell Chambers-Mackenzie- Murray
Reid. SEEMILLERI Bibliothecæ Academicæ Ingolstadiensis Incunabula Typographica, seu Libri ante Annum 1500 impressi circiter mille et quadringenti, 4 vols. in 1, 4to. hf. bd. 10s 6d Ingolst. 1787-92 the same, 4 vols. in 1, very neat in calf, 14s ib. 1787-92
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SEMPERE Y GUARINOS, Bibliotheca Española de los mejores Escritores del Reinado de Carlos III. 4 vols. 8vo. neat, 10s 6d Madrid, 1785-87 the same, 6 vols. in 5, 8vo. complete, very neat in Spanish binding, £1. 11s 6d ib. 1785-89 "Histoire fort curieuse de l'époque la plus florissante de la littérature moderne en Espague."-Brunet.
SHAKSPERIANA; Catalogue of all the Books, Pamphlets, &c. relating to Shakspeare; sm. 8vo. bds. 5s
1827 HALLIWELL'S Catalogue of the early Editions of Shakespeare's Plays, and of the Commentaries illustrative of his Works, 8vo. cloth, 3s 1841 SHEPHERD'S Life of Poggio Bracciolini-See English SINGER'S Researches into the History of Playing Cards; with Illustrations of the Origin of Printing and Engraving on Wood, 4to. numerous plates, (pub. at £4. 4s) bds. £2. 12s 6d the same, 4to. neat in calf, £2. 15s the same, 4to. very neat in russia, marbled edges, £3. 3s "It is seldom that the public have seen a more beautifully planned and executed work than the present. The fac-simile engravings upon wood cannot be surpassed. The entire impression is limited to 250 copies; so that, when its intrinsic worth and extrinsic beauty be considered, the curious will not fail to secure copies whenever they make their appearance."-Dibdin.
Account of the Book printed at Oxford in 1468, under the title of Exposicio Sancti Jeronimi in Simbolo Apostolorum, considered to be the first book printed in England, 8vo. privately printed, 5s
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SISMONDI'S History of the Literature of the South of Europe, translated by Roscoe; a new Edition, with all the Notes of the last French Edition. The Specimens of early French, Ita- | lian, Spanish, and Portuguese Poetry are translated into English Verse by Cary, Wiffen, Roscoe, and others; complete in 2 vols. post 8vo. with a new Memoir of the Author, an enlarged Index, and two fine Portraits, 7s 1846
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"The Storia della Letteratura Italiana of the immortal Tiraboschi cannot fail to be admitted into every judicious library. Italy boasts of few literary characters of a higher class, or of a more widely diffused reputation than Tiraboschi. His diligence, his sagacity, his candour, his constant and patriotic exertions to do justice to the reputation of his countrymen, and to rescue departed worth from ill-merited oblivion, assign to him an exalted situation; a situation with the Poggios and Politians of former times, in the everlasting temple of Fame."-Dibdin.
"In one conntry of Europe, and only in one, we find a national history so comprehensive as to leave uncommemorated no part of its literary labour. This
was first executed by Tiraboschi, a Jesuit born at | VILLANUEVA Hugalde y Parra, Origen, Epocas Bergamo, and in his later years, librarian to the Duke of Modena. It descends to the close of the seventeenth century. In full and clear exposition, in minute and exact investigation of facts, Tiraboschi has few superiors; and such is his good sense in criticism, that we must regret the sparing use he has made of it."-Hallam.
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VAN PRAET, Catalogue des Livres imprimés sur Vélin de la Bibliothèque du Roi, 5 vols. in 4, 8vo. (complete, with general Index) sd. £1. 5s Paris, 1822 la même, 5 vols. in 4-Catalogue des Livres imprimés sur Vélin qui se trouvent dans des Bibliothèques tant publiques que particulières, 3 vols. 8vo. (with Index)-together 8 vols. in 7, 8vo. uncut, £2.8s ib. 1824-28
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WALPOLE'S Royal and Noble Authors-See English Books.
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WILSON'S History of Dissenting Churches-See English Books.
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