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Biblioteca Manoscritta di Tommaso Giuseppe Farsetti, Patrizio Veneto.

By [MORELLI (Jacopo)] Compiler

Stamperia Fenzo, Venice. 1771. Small 8vo, xxii,[ii],404,[2]pp., recent dark brown morocco, red morocco label on spine, uncut. The catalogue of the MSS collected by Farsetti (1720-1791), Venetian patrician, poet and book collector, and patron and friend of Morelli (1745-1819). Morelli, from 1778 a custodian of the Marciana, was variously balled by bibliographers and palaeographers master and prince of bibliography. The above catalogue, his first published work, with a long preface by him, describes 78 Latin and 165 Italian MSS. Farsetti left his MSS to the Marciana. From the library of Bernard Breslauer, New York.


Facsimiles of Ancient Latin Manuscripts in the British Museum.


Printed by Order of the Trustees. 1885. Folio, [iv],13,[1]pp., 28 leaves of plates, issued loose in portfolio, folder stained, hinges a little torn. This selection of twenty-eight facsimiles have been taken from thirteen ancient Latin Manuscripts, chiefly of English origin.


How to Decipher and Study Old Documents. Being a Guide to the Reading of Ancient Manuscripts.


Elliot Stock. 1893. First Edition, 11 illustrs., orig. decorated cloth, a little stained, uncut.


Notice sur un Manuscrit Mérovingien de la Bibliothèque d'Épinal Communiquée a l'Académie des Inscriptions et Belles-Lettres le 14 Septembre 1877

By DELISLE (Léopold)

H. Champion, Paris. 1878. 4to, 19pp., followed by 3 facsimile plates each accompanied by transcription on opposite page, presentation inscription from the author to Sir Edward Maunde Thompson, lacks printed wrapper, spine strengthened with brown paper. Sir Edward has excised part of plate 4 to illustrate it in his 'Introduction to Greek and Latin Palaeography, 1912' (see facsimile 131 p.366).


A Catalogue of Manuscripts, Formerly in the Possession of Francis Hargrave... now Deposited in the British Museum

By [ELLIS (Sir Henry)] Editor

Printed by G. Woodfall. 1818. First Edition, 4to, [iv],188pp., from the Birmingham Law Society, with stamps, library buckram. The collection of 499 manuscripts was purchased of the representatives of Francis Hargrave, together with his library of books, by a Vote of the House of Commons, passed July 1st, 1813. It consists almost exclusively of Law.


L'Office au XVe Siècle d'Après une Miniature de la Bibliothèque de Rouen.

By DARCEL (Alfred)

Victor Didron, Paris. 1853. 4to, 8pp., 1 facsimile, modern boards.


Juvenalis Ad Satiram Sextam in Codice Bodl. Canon. XLI Additi Versus XXXVI


Clarendon Press, Oxford. 1899. 3 Folded sheets making up 2pp., of printed text and 2pp., of plates, loose in grey printed wrappers as issued, a nice copy.