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Thomae Bartholini Casp. F.
Anatomia ex Caspari Bartholini Parentis Institutionibus, Omniumque Recentiorum & propriis Observationibus, Tertium ad sanguinis Circulationem Reformata Cum Iconibus novis accuratissimis.

Lugdunum Batavorum (Leiden): Apud Franciscum Hackium, 1651. First edition. [xiv], 576, [13]; with additional engraved title, a portrait, and 74 anatomical plates (all called for), of which 6 are folding. Latin text. Professional tissue repairs to top edges of first five leaves, and to some of the foldout plates. Superb plates, and contents overall very good, with minor toning or soiling to the margins, and, in some cases, a small tide stain. In recent quarter calf, spine titled and ruled in gilt, with marbled boards with corners of vellum. A beautiful copy. Very Good+.

Price: 980.00


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R.G. [Robert Gardiner]:
Instructor Clericalis. Part IV. Being a continuance of Bars and other Pleadings from the Third Part.

London: Printed by E. Nutt for John Walthoe and Tho Bever, 1717. The second edition. [iv], xvi, 483pp. Latin passages done in black-letter. Pages tanned, but otherwise unmarked. In a recent fine quarter binding of black calf with five raised bands ruled in gilt, with marbled boards. Very nice copy. Contents VG, binding Fine.

Price: 340.00


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Virgil: edited, with an Introduction and Notes, by T. L. Papillon and A. E. Haigh:
Virgil's Aeneid: the 12 books complete in 4 volumes. Books I-III, IV-VI, VII-IX, X-XII. [in Latin].

Oxford: The Clarendon Press, 1890. First edition thus. Ex-library set, text marked, mostly in pencil. All boards firm, with original black endpapers. Vol 2 has no spine. In the original bindings of maroon cloth, spine ends frayed. Very good working set. G.

Price: 60.00


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Translated by the Rev. Canon Rawnsley: with an Introduction by M. Paul Sabatier:
Sacrum Commercium: The Converse of Francis and His Sons with Holy Poverty.

London: Dent, 1904. First thus. xxvii, (iii), 118, [1]. Consists of the text from the Codex Casanatensis in Latin; its English translation; and Rawnsley's 'Lady Poverty and how Saint Francis came to love Her'. Preceded by the Introduction in both French and English. Contents fresh and clean, with some tanning to endpapers. In the small and beautifully-printed Temple Classics series with ornate rubricated title page and tissue-guarded frontis. Top edge gilt. Silk bookmark frayed at ends. 6 x 4 ins, in the original binding of navy cloth, firm, corners sharp, with owl emblem in blind to upper board, lower board specked with small marks. Spine titled and decorated in gilt, but rather dulled. Minimal other signs of wear. Very good copy. Very Good+.

Price: 25.00


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Peter J. Reynolds:
Invasion. Caesar: De Bello Gallico, IV-V. Latin for Reading.

London: Rivingtons, 1969. First edition. 96pp. Contents fresh and clean. Neat signature on pastedown. In the original black cloth-textured binding decorated in red and titled in white. Bright and clean, almost as new. Near Fine.

Price: 16.00


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Sidney Morris:
The Young Repubiic in Peril. Livy: Ab Urbe Condita, II and V. Latin for Reading.

London: Rivingtons, 1970. First edition. 127pp. Contents fresh and clean. Neat signature on endpaper. In the original black cloth-textured binding decorated in blue and titled in white. Front and spine bright and clean, upper corners slightly knocked, lower board has a few small smudges of white paint. Very Good.

Price: 16.00


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