455G Daniel George Morhof 1639-1691 Danielis Georgi[i] Morhofi[i] Polyhistor Literarivs Philosophicvs Et Practicvs : Maximam Partem Opvs Posthvmvm, Accvrate revisum, emendatum, ex Autoris Annotationibus ..., & mss. aliis, ... auctum, ... suppletum ... duabusque praefationibus, sive diatribis isagogicis prolixioribus, T.... Continue Reading →
683G Benjamin Jonson ca. 1572-1637 The Works of Ben Jonson, which were formerly Printed in Two Volumes, are now Reprinted in One, to which is added a Comedy, called the New Inn, with Additions never before Published. London: Printed by... Continue Reading →
831G Geoffrey Chaucer ca. 1340, d. 1400 Workes of our Antient and lerned English Poet, Geffrey Chaucer, newly Printed. Edited by Thomas Speght. London: Impensis Geor[ge] Bishop , 1598. ... Continue Reading →
It is always nice to find a book which is Early (1492) textually Important (over 100 editions printed) and very Rare ( this is the only copy in the US) and also very Pretty . Here is a nice one... Continue Reading →
I have had three copies of this book and I loved them all, But this one is the Best!
805G Christopher Irvine fl 1638-1685 Historiæ Scoticæ nomenclatura Latino-vernacula: multis flosculis, ex antiquis Albinorum monumentis, & lingua Galeciorum prisca decerptis, adspersa. In gratiam eorum, qui Scotorum nomen, & veritatis numen colunt, Christophorus Irvinus, abs Bon-Bosco, auspice summo numine, concinnavit. ... Continue Reading →
779G Nicholas, ed Ling fl. ca. 1599 Politeuphuia, Wits Common-wealth. Newly corrected and amended. London : printed by M. Flesher, and are to be sold by Edward Badger at the Crane in St. Pauls Church-yard1647. $4,900 Duodecimo 5 3/4... Continue Reading →
Here’s one of the great moments in poetry: Canto 27 of Dante’s Purgatorio, where Dante passes through the fire, and Virgil crowns him on their way up to the summit of Mount Purgatory. This taken fr… Source: Dante, Through the... Continue Reading →