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ASSERII Ælfredi Regis Res Gestæ, Anglo-Saronicè, cum Præfatione S. Gregorii, Sax. et Lat. et Præfatione Matth. Parkeri - Walsingham (T. de) Ypodigma Neustriæ vel Normanniæ, ab Irruptione Normannorum usque ad annum sextum Henrici V. - Walsinghami Historia Brevis ab Edw. I. ad Henr. V. folio, fine copy, old calf, £5. 15s 6d Lond. 1574
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Bale was Bishop of Ossory. His work is the first printed account of the ancient writers of this country. Dr. Dibdin says-" This valuable work must ever be considered the foundation of British Biography, and is undoubtedly necessary to every Englishman." BAXTERI Glossarium Antiquitatum Britannicarum et Ibernicarum; accedunt Luidii de Fluviorum Montium, Urbium, etc. adversaria, 8vo. neat, 7s 1733 BEDE Historia Ecclesiastica Gentis Anglorum, Anglo-Saxonice et Latine, cura Wheloc, folio, neat, £2. 2s 1643
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ib. 1633 ib. 1634
There is only one edition of this rare book, but some title pages bear the date of 1633, and others 1634; the only difference appears to be that the former have a dedication to Henry of Bourbon, the latter to Charles I.
Warton says that Middleton, in his Life of Cicero, was much indebted, without acknowledging it, to this curious and little known work. It comprehends a history of Rome, from the foundation of the city to the time of Augustus. In this book Middleton found every part of Cicero's own history, in his own words, and his works arranged in chronological order, without 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. Ciceronis Princeps, sive de Statu Principis et Imperii. III. Ciceronis Consul, Senator, Senatúsque Romanus, sive de Statu Reip. et Urbis imperantis Orbi, Evo. with MS. corrections by the Rev. H. Homer, veau fauve, gilt edges, fine copy, £1. 5s ib. 1616
This interesting volume was republished by Dr Parr, accompanied by his famous Preface. He states this original edition to be so rare, that only 3 or 4 copies were to be found in the kingdom. The present has the autograph of Henry Homer, who superintended Dr. Parr's edition through the press.
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BERTRAMI (Car.) Britannicarum Gentium His-
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BOETHII HISTORIE SCOTORUM a prima Gentis | CARREL, Histoire de la Contre-Révolution en origine Libri XIX. cum continuatione Joh. Ferrerii, folio, best edition, very neat in russia, joints and gilt edges, with MS. noteson the margin, £1.16 Paris, 1575 BONIFACII (Sancti) Opera Omnia, edidit Giles, 2 vols. 8vo. (pub. at £1. 1s) cloth, 16s 1844 BRIGIDA THAUMATURGA, sive Dissertatio partim encomiastica in laudem ipsius Sanctæ, partim Archaica ex sacra et antiqua Historia Ecclesiastica, partim etiam parenætica ad Alumnos Collegiorum, in qua elucidatur Prodigium Ligni Aridi revirescentis ex attactu B. Brigidæ Virginis, et symbolico sensu accommodatur ad antiquum quod intercesserat Commercium inter Galliam et Hiberniam, 12mo. neat in calf, extremely rare, £4. 4s Paris. 1620 This rare work was written by David Rooth, Bishop of Ossory, Vice-Primate of Ireland.
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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. 108 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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