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PRINTED BY W. NICOL, CLEVELAND-ROW,

ST. JAMES'S.

2593. e. 56.

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OF

BOOKS

PRINTED UPON VELLU M.

1829.

1 Anacreontis Teii Convivialia Semiambia Græce ex recensione Spalleti, in green morocco, 8l. 88.

fol. Romæ, 1781 *** This copy contains only the fac-similes of the MS.

upon vellum, with the frontispiece. From the Mac

Carthy Library. 2 Anécdota Græca e Regia Parisiensi et e Veneta S. Marci Bibli

othecis deprompta, edidit Johannes Baptista Caspar D'Ansse de Villoison, 2 vol. yellow morocco, gilt leaves, 211.

folio, Venetiis Coleti, 1781 *** Two copies were printed upon vellum ; one pur

chased at the Mac Carthy Sale for 500 francs for the Royal Library of Paris, and the present from the Car

dinal de Lomenie's Sale, where it sold for 600 francs. 3 S. Thomæ Aquinatis Commentarius in librum quartum senten

tiarum Petri Lombardi, dictus quartum scriptum Sancti
Thomæ, 961. 155.
fol. Preclarum hoc opus quarti scripti Sci Thome de

Aquino Alma in urbe moguntina, inclite nacionis Ger-
manicæ quam dei clementia tam alti ingenii lumine
donoque gratuito ceteris terrarum nationibus præferre
illustrareque dignata est. Artificiosa quadam adinven-
cione imprimendi seu caracterizandi absque ulla calami
exaratione sic effigiatum et ad eusebiam dei industria est
consumatum

per Petrum Schoiffer de Gernszhem, MCCCCLXIX. * First Edition, very fine copy in red morocco, ruled, from the Imperial Library at Vienna, and the Mac Carthy Library, where it sold for 900 francs. Only eight copies are known upon vellum, six of which are

in Public Libraries. 4 A brefe Chronycle concernynge the Examinacyon and Death of

the blessed Martyr of Christ, by Johan Oldecastell, the Lorde Cobham, collected togyther by Johan Bale. Title pages and Capital Letters illuminated in gold and colours, and illustrated with Portraits mounted upon vellum with illuminated borders, red morocco, with joints, 10l. 10s.

8vo. London, 1729

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