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Bibliothèque des Ecrivains François; ou, choix de meilleurs morceaux en vers, extraits par MM. Moysant et De Lévizac. 2 vols. in one, 8vo. Londres, 1803.

Bartas' (Will. de Salluste du) Complete Collection of his Workes, translated by Joshua Sylvester. Folio, portrait by Vicars, and front. London, 1641.

Boileau, Le Lutrin, et Poésies diverses. (Euvres, Vol. II.)

Bonaparte (Lucien), Charlemagne; ou, l'Eglise délivré, poème épique. 2 vols. 4to. London, 1814.

Coquillart (Guill.), les Poésies. Small 8vo. Lond. 1723.

Coucy (Chansons du Chatelain Raoul de), avec la traduction et l'ancienne musique. (Mémoires de Coucy, Vol. II.)

Cretin (Guill.), les Poésies. Small 8vo. Paris, Coustellier, 1723. Faifeu (la Legende de Pierre), mis en vers par Ch. Bourdigne. Small 8vo. Paris, Coustellier, 1723.

Fontaine (La), Contes et Nouvelles en vers. (Œuvres, Vol. III.) Fontaine (La), Adonis, poème; la Captivité de St. Malo; le Quinquina; Songe du Vaux; et autres opuscules poétiques. (Œuvres, Vols. V. et VI.)

Gresset (J. B. L.), Euvres Poétiques. (Œuvres, Vol. I.)

Jouy (E.), Poésies Légères. (Œuvres, Vol. XLVI.)

Malherbe (Poésies de), [avec une notice sur sa vie et ses ouvrages]. 8vo. Paris, Didot, 1815.

Marivaux, Homère Travestie; ou, l'Iliade en vers burlesques. (Œuvres, Vol. X.)

Marot (Jean), Euvres. Small 8vo. Paris, Coustellier, 1723.

Martial de Paris, dit d'Auvergne, Poésies. 2 vols. small 8vo. Paris, 1724.

Racan (H. de Bueil, Sieur de), Euvres. 2 vols. small 8vo.
Coustellier, 1724.

Villon (Fr.), Euvres. Small 8vo. Paris, 1723.

Italian Poetry.

Paris,

Muratori (L. A.), della perfetta Poësia Italiana spiegata e demonstrata, con le annotazioni dell' Abate A. M. Salvini. 2 vols. 4to. Venez. 1748. Rime de più illustri Poëti Italiani, scelte dell' Abate Antonini. 2 vols. 12mo. Parigi, 1733.

Rime degli Academici Occulti. 4to. Brescia, 1568.

Ariosto (Lod.), Orlando Furioso, con la vita del autore scritta dal Dottore G. A. Barotti, e le figure di Bartolozzi, &c. 4 vols. 8vo. Birmingham, da' Torchi di G. Baskerville, 1773.

Ariosto, Orlando Furioso, in heroical English verse, by Sir John Harrington. Folio. London, 1634.

Ariosto, Orlando Furioso; translated, with notes, by John Hoole. 6 vols. 12mo. London, 1807.

Ariosto (the Orlando Furioso of Ludovico), translated into English verse, with notes, by W. Stewart Rose. 7 vols. small 8vo. Lond. 1823-29.

Bojardo (Mat. Maria), Orlando Innamorato; rifatto tutto di nuovo da M. Franc. Berni. Small 4to. In Milano, dal And. Calvo, 1542. Buonarroti (M. Angelo), Rime. (Life, Biography.)

Casa (le Terze Rime piacevoli di M. Giovanni della); con una scelta delle migliori rime burlesche del Berni, Mauro, Dolce, ed altri autori incerti. Small 8vo. In Benevento, 1727.

Dante Alighieri, Opere, con l' esposizione di C. Landino, e d' Ales. Vellutello; tavole, argomenti, &c. per Fr. Sansovino. Folio. Venetia, 1564.

Dante, (the Divina Commedia of) translated, with preliminary essays, notes, and illustrations, by Henry Boyd. 3 vols. 8vo. London,

1802.

Dante (the Inferno of), Cantos XVIII. to XXXIV.; with a translation into English blank verse, notes, and a life of the author, by Henry F. Cary. 2 vols. small 8vo. London, 1806.

Medici (Lorenzo de), Poësie, e di altri suoi amici contemporani [per L. Nardini e S. Buonaiuti]. 2 parts in one vol. 4to. Londra, 1801. Petrarca (le Rime del), brevemente sposte per L. Castelvetro. 4to. Basilia, P. Sadabonis, 1582.

Petrarca (le Rime del), con l' Esposizione d' Alesand. Vellutello. 4to. Venegia, Gioloto, 1545.

Petrarch (Ugo Foscolo's Essays on); with appendix of Petrarch's Latin poetry, translations of his Italian by Lady Dacre, and unpublished letters in Italian. 8vo. London, 1823.

Petrarch (Historical and Critical Essay on the Life and Character of); with a translation of a few of his sonnets [by Lord Woodhouslee]. Small 8vo. Edinburgh, 1810.

Petrarch (Translations, chiefly from the Italian of) and Metastasio, by
*****, M.A. 8vo. Oxford, 1795.
Pindemonte (Poësie d' Ippolito). Small 8vo.
Pulci (Luigi) Morgante Maggiore. 3 vols. 8vo.

Parma, Bodini, 1800.
Milano, 1806.

Scherzi Poëtici e Pittorici [sopra Amore; da Giov. Gher. de Rossi, e incisi da Gius. Tekeira]. 4to. The plates coloured in the Etruscan style. Parma, co' tipi Bodoniani, 1795.

Printed for presents only. This was Sir William Hamilton's copy, and the plates coloured by Lady H.

Tansillo (Luigi), Nurse, translated by W. Roscoe. Small 8vo. Liverpool, 1804.

Tasso (Torquato), la Gierusalemme Liberata, con le figure di Bernardo Castello, e le annotazioni di Scipio Gentili e di Giulio Guastini. 4to. Genova, appresso Girol. Bartoli, 1590.

Tasso (T.), la Gierusalemme Liberata, con le figure di Seb. Clerc. 2 vols. small 8vo. large paper. Glasgua, Foulis, 1763.

Tasso (T.), stampate d'ordine di Monsieur. 2 vols. 4to. large paper. Parigi, Didot, 1784.

Illustrated with 115 original designs by Ant. P. Novelli. Tasso's (T.) Godfrey of Bulloigne, or Jerusalem Delivered, translated by Edward Fairfax; [edited by S. W. Singer]. 2 vols. large paper, royal 8vo. London, Bensley, 1817.

Tasso's (T.) Godfrey of Bulloigne, or the Recoverie of Hierusalem; an heroical poeme written in Italian, and translated by R[obert] C[arew], Esq.; and now the first part, containing five cantos, imprinted in both languages. 4to. London, by John Windet, 1594.

The earliest translation of Tasso into English.

Tasso's (T.) Jerusalem Delivered; with notes and occasional illustrations: translated by J. H. Hunt. 2 vols. 8vo. London, 1818. Tasso's Jerusalem Delivered, an epic poem; translated into Spenserian verse, together with a life of the author and a list of the English crusaders, by J. H. Wiffen. 2 vols. royal 8vo. large paper. Lond. 1824. Tasso, Aminta, favola boschereccia, con le annotazioni d' Egidio Menagio. 4to. Parigi, 1655.

Trissino (Gian. G.), l'Italia liberata da Gotti, riveduta e corretta per l'Abate Antonini. 3 vols. 8vo. Parigi, 1729.

Spanish and Portuguese Poetry.

Ancient Spanish Ballads, historical and romantic; translated, with introductions, by J. C. Lockhart. 4to. Edinburgh, 1823.

History of Charles the Great and Orlando, ascribed to Abp. Turpin ; together with the most celebrated ancient Spanish ballads relating to the twelve peers of France mentioned in Don Quixote, with English metrical versions, by Thomas Rodd. 2 vols. 8vo. London, 1812. Ancient Poetry and Romances of Spain, selected and translated by John Bowring. 12mo. London, 1824.

Parnasso Español; collecion de poesias escogidas de los mos celebres poetas Castellanos, por J. J. Lopez de Sedano. 9 vols. 8vo. Madrid, 1768.

Boscan, sus Obras, y algunas Garcilasso de la Vega. 12mo. Anvers, P. Ballero, 1576.

Garcilasso de la Vega's (surnamed the Prince of Castilian poets) Works; translated into English verse, with a critical and historical essay on Spanish poetry, and a life of the author, by J. H. Wiffen. 12mo. London, 1823.

Lope de Vega, Poesias. (Obras Sueltas.)

Parnasso Lusitano, ó poesias selectos dos autores Portuguesos antigos e modernos, illustrados con notas, precido de una historia da lingua e poesia Portugueza [por Al. Garrett.] 5 vols. 24mo. Paris, 1826. Camoens' (Luis de) Poems, from the Portuguese; with notes, remarks on his life, &c. by Lord Strangford. Small 8vo. Lond. 1804.

German, Dutch, and Northern Poetry.

Minnesingers (Lays of the); or, German Troubadours of the 12th and 13th centuries: with historical and critical notices. Small 8vo. London, 1825.

Burger's (G. A.) Leonora; with translations by W. R. Spencer, and engravings from designs by Lady Diana Beauclerc. Folio. London, 1809.

Wieland's (C. M.) Oberon, translated by W. Sotheby. 2 vols. 8vo. London, 1798.

Bowring (John) and H. S. Van Dyk's Batavian Anthology; or, specimens of the Dutch poets: with remarks on the poetical literature and language of the Netherlands. Small 8vo. London, 1824. Bowring's (J.) Servian Popular Poetry, translated. Small 8vo. Lond.

1827.

Bowring's (J.) Poetry of the Magyars; preceded by a sketch of the language and literature of Hungary and Transylvania. Small 8vo. London, 1830.

Poetæ Anonymi Teutonici Rhythmus de S. Annone Archiep. Coloniensi, à M. Opitio ex memb. cod. primùm editus et notis illustratus; accedunt versio Latina et notæ B. J. Schilteri, &c. (Schilteri Thes. Vol. I.)

Translations of Teutonic and Scandinavian Metrical Tales. (Illust. of Northern Antiquities.)

Lodbroker-Quida; or, the Death-song of Lodbroc, Islandic and English:

with various readings, a Latin version, and an Islando-Latino glossary and explanatory notes; by James Johnstone. Small 8vo. [Co penhagen], 1782.

Bowring's (John) Specimens of the Polish Poets; with notes and observations on the literature of Poland. Small 8vo. London, 1827. Bowring's (J.) Specimens of the Russian Poets; with introductory remarks. Small 8vo. London, 1823.

Oriental Poetry.

(Works, Vol. V.)
(Works, Vol. II.)

Jones (Sir W.), Traité sur la Poésie Orientale.
Jones (Sir W.) Poeseos Asiaticæ Commentarii.
Jones (Sir W.) on the Mystical Poetry of the Hindus. (Works, Vol. I.)
The Moallakat; or, seven Arabian poems which were suspended on
the Temple of Mecca, with translations. (Sir W. Jones's Works,
Vol. IV.)

Haphyzi (Muham. Sehems-eddini agnomine) Ghazelæ, sive Odæ Persicè, cum vers. Lat., metaphrasi, paraphrasi, notis, ac prooemio [Reviczkii.] Small 8vo. Vindobona, 1771.

Kuliat Hakim Khakani; the Poetical Works of the eminent Persian poet Khakani: an early MS. very beautifully written in two columns, the titles or commencements of the various portions richly ornamented with gold and ultramarine. Small folio.

Persian Poems, written in India, and in the Shekistah hand, but in excellent condition. Small folio.

Jones's (Sir W.) Poems; consisting chiefly of translations from the Asiatic languages. (Works, Vol. IV.)

Jones's (Sir W.) Hymns, &c. translated from the Sanscrit. (Works, Vol. VI.)

Yakstun Nattannawa, a Cingalese poem descriptive of the Ceylon system of demonology; to which is appended, the practices of a Capua or devil-priest, as described by a Budhist and Kolan Nattannawa, a Cingalese poem descriptive of the characters assumed by natives of Ceylon in a masquerade. Translated by John Callaway, and illustrated with plates from Cingalese designs. 8vo. London, 1829.

Romances and Novels.

History of Romance.

Dunlop's (John) History of Fiction; being a critical account of the most celebrated prose works of fiction, from the earliest Greek romances to the novels of the present age. 3 vols. 12mo. Lond. 1814.

Huet's (P. D.) History of Romances; an inquiry into their original, instructions for composing them, &c. translated by Stephen Lewis. 12mo. London, 1715.

Warton (T.) on the Origin of Romantic Fiction. (History of Poetry, Vol. I.)

Scott (Sir W.) on Chivalry and Romance. (Misc. Works, Vol. V.) Hole (Ric.) on the Origin of Oriental Fiction. (On Arabian Nights.)

Greek, Latin, and Chivalric Romances.

Achilles Tatius, Apuleius, Heliodorus, Longus, Xenophon. (Classics.)

Gesta Romanorum; or, entertaining moral stories, invented by the monks as a fireside recreation, and commonly applied in their discourses from the pulpit whence the most celebrated of our own poets, and others, from the earliest times, have extracted their plots: translated from the Latin, with preliminary observations and copious notes, by Charles Swan. 2 vols. 12mo. London, 1824.

The Byrth, Lyf, and Actes of Kynge Arthur; of his noble Knights of the Round Table, theyr merveyllous Enquestes and Adventures, Thacheuynge Sanc Greal; and, in the end, le Morte d'Arthur, with the dolourous deth and departyng out of thys worlde of them al: with an introduction and notes by Robert Southey. 2 vols. 4to. large paper. (From Caxton's edition of 1485) London, 1817. The History of the valiant Knight Arthur of Little Britain; originally translated from the French by John Bourchier, Lord Berners, edited by E. V. Utterson. 4to. London, 1814.

The most ancient and famous History of the renowned Prince Arthur, King of Britain, and of the Deeds of the Knights of the Round Table. 4to. black letter, with frontispiece. Lond. 1634.

La très-plaisante Hystoire de Maugist-Daygremont et de Vivian son frère, en laquelle est contenue comment Maugist, à l'aide d'Oriande la faée sa mye, alla en l'isle de Boucault, &c. Let. Goth. 4to. Paris, par Alain Latrain, [15]25.

Le Triumphe des Neuf Preux, auquel sont contenus tous les faitz et prouesses quilz ont achevéz durant leurs vies; avec l'hystoire d'Bertran de Guesclin. Small folio, Let. Gothiques. Imprimé à Paris, par M. le Noir, M.D.VII.

This edition, unknown to Panzer or Maittaire, is noticed by Brunet as a reprint of the first; but if the contents of that edition, as given in Greswell, be correct, this differs from it materially. The Roxburgh copy, in morocco, in very fine preservation.

Histoire du noble et très - vaillant Roy Alexandre le Grand, et des grandes proësses qu'il a faicts en son temps. 4to. à Paris, N. Bonfons,

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