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HISPANIC AMERICAN

BIBLIOGRAPHIES



INCLUDING



COLLECTIVE BIOGRAPHIES, HISTORIES OF

LITERATURE AND SELECTED

GENERAL WORKS



COMPILED BY

CECIL K. JONES

Assistant Professor of Spanish, George Washington University



WITH

CRITICAL NOTES ON SOURCES

BY

JOSE TORIBIO MEDINA

(Translated by the compiler)



BALTIMORE

THE HISPANIC AMERICAN HISTORICAL REVIEW
1922



HISPANIC AMERICAN BIBLIOGRAPHIES




*r. r



HISPANIC AMERICAN

BIBLIOGRAPHIES



INCLUDING



COLLECTIVE BIOGRAPHIES, HISTORIES OF

LITERATURE AND SELECTED

GENERAL WORKS



COMPILED BY.

CECIL K. f JQNES

Assistant Professor of Spanish, George Washington University



WITH

CRITICAL NOTES ON SOURCES

BY

JOSE TORIBIO MEDINA

(Translated by the compiler}



BALTIMORE

THE HISPANIC AMERICAN HISTORICAL REVIEW
1922



COPYRIGHT, 1922
BOARD OP EDITORS OF THE HISPANIC AMERICAN HISTORICAL REVIEW



COMPOSED AND PRINTED AT THE

WAVERLY PRESS

BY THE WILLIAMS & WILKINS COMPANY

BALTIMORE, MD., U. S. A.



To

JOSE TORIBIO MEDINA
HISTORIAN AND BIBLIOGRAPHER

A TRIBUTE

OF
APPRECIATION AND RESPECT



CONTENTS

PAGE

PREFACE , 9

INTRODUCTORY NOTE 13

BIBLIOGRAPHICAL LISTS

I. GENERAL AND MISCELLANEOUS LIST 19

II. LISTS BY COUNTRIES

ARGENTINE REPUBLIC 43

BOLIVIA 58

BRAZIL 62

CENTRAL AMERICA 75

CHILE 77

COLOMBIA 91

COSTA RICA 96

. CUBA 97

ECUADOR 104

GUATEMALA 107

HONDURAS 108

MEXICO. NUEVA ESPANA 109

NICARAGUA 135

PANAMA 136

PARAGUAY 138

PERU 140

PORTO Rico 147

SALVADOR 149

URUGUAY 150

VENEZUELA 154

WEST INDIES 157

III. ADDITIONS 160

CRITICAL NOTES ON SOURCES, TRANSLATED FROM JOSE TORIBIO

MEDINA, BY C. K. JONES 169

INDEX. . , 187



PREFACE

In answer to various requests and inquiries, it has been decided to
publish in book form the continued series of contributions relating
to Hispanic American Bibliographies which appeared in THE HISPANIC
AMERICAN HISTORICAL REVIEW (see the issues for August and Novem-
ber, 1920, and all four issues of 1921, namely, nos. 3 and 4 of vol. III.,
and all of vol. IV.). In preparing the material for its present book
form, some few minor corrections and revisions have been necessary,
but the list is practically as published in the abovenamed REVIEW.

It is the compiler's intention to publish from time to time in the
HISPANIC AMERICAN HISTORICAL REVIEW supplementary lists of bio-
bibliographical contributions to include current publications and also
those that may not have been recorded in the present list. However,
in this note to the special reprint edition it seems desirable to note the
more important titles that have accumulated since the last part of the
list was sent to the printer.

By a regrettable oversight, Dr. Charles Carroll Marden's Notes for a
bibliography of American Spanish (Studies in honor of A. Marshall
Elliott, Baltimore, Johns Hopkins press, 1911, p. 267-292) was omitted.
This work, while modestly denominated " Notes" by the scholarly
author, is in reality a comprehensive repertory of the literature of the
subject prepared by one who is himself a specialist in the field. Dr.
Harden is preparing a second edition in which he will incorporate the
numerous contributions to the literature of the subject which have
appeared since 1911.

Of the series of Hispanic American biographical repertories prepared
by William Belmont Parker under the auspices of the Hispanic Society
of America, the following are to be noted in addition to the two included
in the list: Bolivians of to-day, New York, 1920 (xiv, 319 p.); Chileans
of to-day, New York, 1920 (xix, 633 p.); Paraguayans of to-day, New
York, 1920 (xv, 315 p.); Peruvians of to-day, Lima, 1919 (xix, 616 p.).
This series of works forms a rather comprehensive and exceedingly
valuable Who's Who of Hispanic America.

The following may also be noted:



10 PREFACE

Aguayo, Alfredo M. La Universidad y sus problemas; discurso inaugural
del curso academico del 1921 a 1922. Habana, Impr. "El Siglo XX,"
1921. 110 p.

Contains Bibliograf fa cubana y extranjera de ensenanza superior (273 titles) : p. 87-110.

Anselmo, Antonio. A bibliografia portuguesa. (In Anais das bibliotecas
e arquivos, Lisboa, 1921-, v. 2-.)

A valuable classified list of bibliographies, many of which are important for their relation to
Brazilian bibliography.

Aughinbaugh, William Edmund. Advertising for trade in Latin-America.
New York, The Century Co., 1922. xii, 282 p.

Latin-American publications : p . 22 1-282.

Caillava, Domingo A. La literatura gauchesca en el Uruguay. Monte-
video, C. Garcid, 1921. vii, 71 p., 2 1.

A bibliographical review of works published in Montevideo.

Carvalho, Ronald de. Pequena historia da literatura brasileira. 2. ed.
rev. e augm. Rio de Janeiro, F. Briguiet & Comp., 1922. 401 p.

Cejador y Frauca, Julio. Bibliografia sobre el castellano en America. (In
Espana moderna, Madrid, 1907, no. 224, p. 1-26).

Dollero, Adolfo. Cultura cubana (la provincia de Pinar del Rio y su evolu-
ci6n). Habana, Impr. Seoane y Ferndndez, 1921. 436 p.

Full biographical and bibliographical information.

Garcia, Rodolpho. Bibliographia geographica brasileira. (InRevistado
Institute historico e geographico brasileiro. Rio de Janeiro, 1921, t.
85 -v. 139 (1919), p. 5-105).

Gonzalez, Luis Felipe. Historia de la influencia extranjera en el desen-
volvimiento educacional y cientifico de Costa Rica. San Jose", Imprenta
nacional, 1921. 3 p. 1., xi, 7-317, 2 p.

Valuable for historical and bio-bibliographical data.

^ Hoskins, Halford Lancaster. Guide to Latin-American history. Boston.
New York [etc.], D. C. Heath & Co. [1922], x, 121 p.

A well prepared guide, with references to the material in English.

Montt, Luis. Bibliografid, Chilena; precedida de un bosquejo hist6rico
sobre los primeros anos de la prensa en el pais, tomo 1, 178O-1811. San-
tiago de Chile, Impr. Universitaria, 1920, 272 p.

Vol. 2 (1812-1817) was published in 1904, cf . list no. 557.

Santos, Jos4 dos. Bibliographia da litteratura classica luso-brasilica.
Elementos subsidiaries para a bibliographia portuguesa. Lisboa, 1916.

" Estao publicadas 8 cadernetas com 256 p. , adornadas, com reproduces fac-simile de portadas
ornamentals e gravuras." -Anselmo, A., A bibliografia portuguesa, no. 574.



PREFACE 11

Saville, Marshall Howard. Bibliographic notes on Quiriga, Guatemala.
New York, The Museum of the American Indian, 1919, 22 p.

Toledo, Antonio B. La prensa argentina durante la tirania (1828-1852).
(In Juegos flo rales. Tucuman, 1916, p. 107-227.)

Tozzer, Alfred Marston. A Maya grammar, with bibliography and ap-
praisement of the works noted. Cambridge, Mass., 1921, xvi, 301 p.

The compiler wishes to avail himself of this opportunity to express
his obligation and gratitude to those who have by information, advice,
and appreciation assisted in the preparation of the list. He is especially
indebted to Sefior Jose Toribio Medina of Santiago, for permission to
reproduce in translation his critical notes on sources; to Dr. Manoel de
Oliveira Lima, now of Washington, for valuable advice and informa-
tion; to Dr. Estanislao S. Zeballos of Buenos Aires, for a set of his
Bulletin argentin de droit international prive, containing the fine bibli-
ographies as noted in no. 1281 in the list, as well as for titles of recent
bibliographical publications which have been incorporated in the
" Additions"; to Mrs. E. Figarola-Caneda of Havana for permission
to use her manuscript list of Cuban bibliographies; to Dr. Sturgis E.
Leavitt, of the University of North Carolina, and Dr. Herbert E.
Bolton, of the University of California, for valuable information.

It is not necessary to say that the interest of scholars of such dis-
tinction and accomplishment in this modest contribution is most
gratifying and encouraging to the compiler.

Upon the expert advice and generous assistance of Dr. James A.
Robertson, the compiler has constantly relied in the course of publica-
tion of this list.

C. K. JONES

Library of Congress
Washington, D. C.
May 1, 1922



INTRODUCTORY NOTE

In the present tentative list are included (1) bibliographies, (2) col-
lective biographies, (3) histories of literature, and (4) some general
and miscellaneous works found of frequent use for reference purposes,
encyclopedias, anuarios, almanaques, and others of similar character.
They are, in large part, works which the compiler has found of use in
bibliographical and historical research relating to Hispanic America.
Some titles are included, however, of works he has not been able to
see, and a few are cited because of their rarity or historical interest.

It is the compiler's intention to publish as a second part a more
comprehensive and intensive discussion of the material listed and to
attempt to express therein a critical evaluation of the most important
titles.

The problem of what to exclude has been a perplexing one. In
fact, the compiler must deprecate any assumption that he has con-
sistently followed any logical principle. This list has been developed
from titles noted for his own use and thus it is practical in character.
It is almost inevitable in such a compilation that some titles have been
omitted through oversight or ignorance. This may be true of works of
formal bibliographical or biographical character. Others may have
been omitted by design, especially those of general character, the
exclusion or inclusion of which could only be determined by individual
experience and judgment.

It has been the compiler's intention to include of these general works
only those that relate more specifically to Hispanic-America and are
most important to the bibliographer. In accord with this principle,
general bibliographies such as Brunet's Manuel du Libraire, and cata-
logues of comprehensive general collections such as those of the British
Museum and Bibliotheque Nationale have been excluded. Their
value for reference purposes is obvious even to the neophyte.

Of the special bibliographies in monographs on historical or other
subjects the compiler has tried to note the more important, such as
the valuable critical notes on sources in Winsor's Narrative and Criti-
cal History of America, Bancroft's histories of Mexico and Central
America, Bourne's Spain in America, Filsinger's Exporting to Latin

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A merica, William Spence Robertson's Francisco de Miranda, and others
Special lists of this character are of great value when they represent
the working material of trained and scholarly investigators. Many
such lists, however, of smaller scope or substantive importance and
with few bibliographical data are intentionally omitted, e.g., in W. H.
Koebel's British Exploits in South America, William Robertson's History
of the Discovery and Settlement of America, A. Hrdlicka's Early Man in
South America, and others.

The national bibliographies of Spain and Portugal are of obvious
value as sources of information for Hispanic American books of the
colonial period owing to the fact that the discovery, conquest, and
colonial organization and administration were effected by Spaniards
and Portuguese. The records of such activities are naturally to be
found in the output of the Peninsular presses. In reference more
particularly to Spanish America, it may be said that the restrictions
and prohibitions imposed upon colonial publishers, as expressed in the
Recopilacion de Leyes de los Reynos de Indias especially the require-
ment that manuscripts treating American questions should be sub-
mitted to the Consejo de Indias for approval strongly favored
publication in the mother country. The effects of this policy on the
intellectual life and activities of the colonies may be conveniently
studied in Medina 1 and Quesada. 2

These bibliographies and biographical sources of greater importance
and of more general or substantive character have been included in the
present list but those relating to special cities or regions have been
omitted. It may not be amiss, however, to note here the more impor-
tant of these, calling attention to the fact that the bibliographies and
biographies of Seville and Madrid possess a special value owing to the
important relations of these cities to the colonial administration:
Escudero y Perosso, Tipografla Hispalense, Madrid, 1894; Matute y
Gaviria, Hijos de Sevilla, Sevilla, 1886-89; Diaz de Valderrama, Hijos
de Sevilla [Sevilla], 1791; Per^z Pastor, Bibliografia Madrilena, Madrid,
1891-1907; Alvarez de Baena, Hijos de Madrid, Madrid, 1789-
91; Rada y Delgado, Bibliografia Numismdtica Espanola, Madrid,
1886; Sempere y Guarinos, Ensayo de una Biblioteca Espanola de los
mejores Escritores del Reinado de Carlos III, Madrid, 1785-89; Ro-

1 Biblioteca Hispano- Americana, Santiago de Chile, 1898-1907. VI. pp.
ix-xlvii.

2 La Vida Intelectual en la America Espanola durante los Siglos 16-18, Buenos
Aires, 1917.



HISPANIC AMEKICAN BIBLIOGEAPHIES 15

driguez, Biblioteca. Valentina, Valencia, 1747; Ximeno, Escritores del
Reyno de Valencia, Valencia, 1747-49; Fuster, Biblioteca Valenciana,
Valencia, 1827-30; Latassa, Bibliotecas Antigua y Nueva de Escritores
Aragoneses, Zaragoza, 1884-86; Barrantes, Catdlogo . . . de los
Libros . . . que tratan de . . . Extremadura, Madrid, 1863,
and Aparato Bibliogrdfico para la Historia de Extremadura, Madrid,
1875-77; Allende Salazar, Biblioteca del Bascofilo, Madrid, 1887;
Martinez Afiibarro, Intento de un Diccionario Biogrdfico y Bibliogrdfico
de la provincia de Burgos, Madrid, 1890; Fernandez Duro, Coleccion
Bibliogrdfico-biogrdfica de la Provincia de Zamora, Madrid, 1891; Perez
Pastor, Imprenta en Toledo, Madrid, 1887, and Imprenta en Medina
del Campo, Madrid, 1895; Catalina Garcia, Ensayo de una Tipografia
Complutense, Madrid, 1889, and Biblioteca de Escritores de la Provincia
de Guadalajara, Madrid, 1899; Valdenebro y Cisneros, Imprenta en
Cordoba, Madrid, 1900; Sdnchez, Bibliografla Aragonesa del Siglo XVI,
Madrid, 1913-14.

The importance of the religious orders as colonizing agencies makes
the records of their activities an invaluable source of information for
the bibliography and biography of the early period. This material is
extensive but an effort has been made to include the most important
titles, general and local, early and recent. Such works as Backer-
Sommervogel, Bibliotheque des Ecrivains de la Compagnie de Jesus,
Uriarte, Catdlogo Razonado de Obras Anonimas y Seuddnimos de Autores
de la Compania de Jesus pertenecientes a la antigua Asistencia Espanola,
Santiago Vela, Ensayo de una Biblioteca Ibero- Americana de la Or den
de San Agustin, and Quetif, Scriptores Ordinis Praedicatorum are of
course quite indispensable. In this connection, as well as for the
general bibliography of Hispanic America, the excellent article on
Bibliografia in the Enciclopedia Universal Europeo- Americana should
be consulted.

It is hardly necessary to say that the scholarly series of bibliog-
raphies by the distinguished Chilean literato, Jose Toribio Medina,
covers the colonial period most thoroughly, embracing both books from
the colonial presses and those published in Europe by American authors
or relating to America. So exhaustive are the bibliographical and
biographical data furnished by Senor Medina that further research will
often be unnecessary. The chapter on Spanish-American bio-biblio-
graphical sources in his Biblioteca Hispano-Americana 3 and the critical

3 VI, CXI-CXXX.



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introductions to his special bibliographies of Mexico, Lima, Santiago
de Chile, Buenos Aires, etc. are indispensable for an evaluation of such
material. 4

Regarding the Hispanic-American republics, the compiler has cited
all the material he has found of special value, including important
catalogues and bulletins of dealers and publishers and reviews giving
useful bibliographical data. Probably the most useful general rep-
ertory is the Catalog o Metodico de la BiUioteca National de Buenos
Aires. For Brazil the Catalogo da Exposigdo de Historia do Brazil
realizada pela BiUiotheca National do Rio de Janeiro is indispensable.
For current publications the Revista de Bibliografla Chilena y Extranjera,
the Boletim Bibliographico da BiUiotheca National do Rio de Janeiro,
and the Boletin Bibliogrdfico del Museo Social Argentino should be con-
sulted as well as dealers' and publishers' bulletins.

Material relating to the Monroe doctrine has been omitted on
account of its special character.

Ramon A. Laval's BiUiografia de Bibliografias Chilenas, Santiago
de Chile, 1915, Narciso Binayan's BiUiografia de Bibliografias Argen-
tinas, Buenos Aires, 1919, and Carlos M. Trelles BiUiografia de
Bibliografias Cubanas 5 cover their respective fields exhaustively and
should be examined for titles of personal and other bibliographies of
less general interest that have not been included in the present list.
Acknowledgment is gratefully made to Senores Laval, Binaydn, and
Trelles for material of which the present compiler was ignorant.

In addition, as many Spanish-American authors publish their works
in Spain or France the BiUiografia Espanola and Bibliographic de la
France should be carefully scrutinized for current publications.

In regard to arrangement, catalogues of national libraries and other
institutions have been placed in the proper country division rather
than in the section of general works.

For helpful information, the compiler is indebted to Senores Carlos
Silva Cruz, Director of the National Library of Chile, Emilio YaTsse,
Director of the Revista de BiUiografia Chilena y Extranjera, Luis R.
Fors, Nicola's Leon, of the National Museum of Mexico, Luis M.
Perez, Librarian of the House of Representatives of Cuba, Manuel
Segundo Sanchez, Director of the National Library of Venezuela, and
Eduardo Posada and Roberto Cortazar of Bogotd.

4 Cf. note to no. 109 in the following list.

5 BibL Cubana del Siglo XIX, I, 287-2P2.



HISPANIC AMEKICAN BIBLIOGRAPHIES 17

To the suggestion of Dr. James A. Robertson, the managing editor
of THE HISPANIC AMERICAN REVIEW, is due the publication of this list.

The printed cards of the Library of Congress have been freely used
for entries but the titles have been shortened. Some of the biblio-
graphical information has been reproduced therefrom.

In conclusion the compiler wishes to repeat that the present list is
tentative, and he will be grateful for information and suggestions
regarding other titles that should be included.

C. K. JONES.



BIBLIOGRAPHICAL LISTS

I
GENERAL AND MISCELLANEOUS

1. R. Academia de la historia, Madrid. Bibliograf ia Colombina. Enumeracion

de libros y documentos concernientes & Cristobal Col6n y sus viajes; obra
que publica la Real academia de la historia por encargo de la Junta direc-
tiva del cuarto centenario del descubrimiento de America. Madrid, Est.
tip. de Fortanet, 1892.

x, 680 p., 3 1. 28 cm.

By E. Saavedra, Juan de la Rada y Delgado, M. Menfindez y Pelayo, A. M. Fabi6, and C.
Fernandez Duro.

For criticism and additions see H. Harrisse, Christophe Colomb et les acadSmiciens espagnols.
(In Zentralblatt fur bibliothekswesen, 1894, 11: 1-70.)

la. Alcedo, Antonio. Diccionario geografico-hist6rico de las Indias Occidentales
o America: es a saber: de los reynos del Peru, Nueva Espana, Tierra Firme,
Chile y Nuevo Reyno de Granada. Madrid, Impr. de B. Cano, 1786-89.

5 v. 22 cm.

lb. - The geographical and historical dictionary of America and the
West Indies. Containing an entire translation of the Spanish work
. . . with large additions and compilations ... by G. A. Thompson. Lon-
don, J. Carpenter; [etc., etc.] 1812-15.

5 v. 28 x 22 cm.

Ic. Almirante, Jose. Bibliografia militar de Espana. Madrid, M. Tello, 1876.

2 p. 1., cxxx p., 1 1., 988 p. 28 cm.
27 p. 1., 1534 col.

2. Alva y Astorga, Pedro de. Militia immaculatae conceptionis Virginis Mariae

contra malitiam originalis infectionis peccati. In qua ordine alphabetico
recensentur auctores antiqui & moderni. Lovanii, typographia Immacu-
latae conceptionis, 1663.

More than 5000 authors mentioned. Medina, Bib. hisp.-am. 1357.

3. Andres de San Nicolas. Historia general biografica y bibliografica de los

religiosos descalzos de San Agustin de la Congregaci6n de Espana e Indias.
Madrid, 1879.

Cited in Enciclopedia universal, v. 8, p. 622.

4. Ant6n Ramirez, Braulio. Diccionario de bibliografia agron6mica y de toda

clase de escritos relacionados con la agricultura, seguido de un indice de
autores y traductores, con algunos apuntes biograficos. Madrid, M.
Rivadeneyra, 1865.

xix, 1015 p., 1 1. 27} cm.

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5. Antonio, Nicolas. Bibliotheca hispana sive Hispanorvm, qvi vsqvam vn-

qvamve sive latina sive populari sive alia quavis lingua scripto aliquid
consignaverunt notitia, his qvse prsecesservnt locvpletior et certior brevia
elogia, editorum atque ineditorum operum catalogum dvabvs partibvs
continens, qvarvm haec ordine qvidem rei posterior, conceptu ver6 prior
duobus tomis de his agit, qvi post annvm secvlarem MD. usque ad prsesen-
tem diem floruere. Tomus l-[2]. Romse, ex officina N. A. Tinassii, 1672.

2v. 33cm.

First edition of the part published in the new ed., 1788, under the title Bibliotheca hispana
nova.
The first ed. of the other part, "Bibliotheca hispana vetus," was not pub. till 1696.

6. Antonio, Nicolas. Bibliotheca hispana nova; sive, Hispanorum scriptorum

qui ab anno MD. ad MDCLXXXIV. floruere notitia. . . . nunc primum prodit,
recognita emendata aucta ab ipso auctore. [Tomus 1.-2.] Matriti, J. de
Ibarra, 1788.

2 v. 36 cm.

T.-p. of t. 1 is erroneously dated 1783.

The 2d ed., edited by T. A. Sanchez, J. A. Pellicer, and R. Casalb6n.

7. Antonio, Nicolas. Bibliotheca hispana vetus, sive, Hispani scriptores qui

ab Octaviani Augusti sevo ad annum Christin. D. floruerunt. Auctore D.
Nicolao Antonio Hispalensi. . . . Curante Francisco Perezio Bayerio . . .
qui et prologum, & auctoris vitse epitomen, & notulas adiecit. Tomus
l.-[2]. Matriti, apud viduam et heredes D. J. Ibarrae, 1788.

2 v. front., port., initials. 36 cm.
The 2d edition.

8. Anuario de la Am6rica latina (Bailley-Bailliere-Riera) Informaci6n general

del comercio de importaci6n y exportaci6n, industria, agricultura, gana-
deria, mineria, y elemento oficial de las Americas . . . ano 2. Barcelona
(Espana) Sociedad an6nima "Anuarios Bailly-Bailliere y Riera reunidos,"
1914.

1 v. maps. 29 cm.

9. Anuario de la libreria espanola, portuguesa e hispano-americana. 1912-.

Madrid, A. Romo [1912]-.

10. Anuario del comercio, de la industria, de la magistratura y de la adminis-

traci6n de Espana, sus colonias, Cuba, Puerto-Rico y Filipinas, estados
hispano-americanos y Portugal. (Bailly-Bailliere) ano xxxi. Madrid,
Bailly-Bailliere e hijos, 1909.

1 v. maps. 28 cm.

11. Archive bibliografico hispano-americano lo publica la Libreria general de

Victoriano Suarez. t. 1-, enero 1909-. Madrid, V. Suarez, 1909-

Includes "Notas bibliograficas."

12. Astrain, Antonio. Historia de la Compania de Jesus en la asistencia de

Espana. Madrid. Sucesores de Rivadeneyra, 1902-

5 v. 24} cm.

In publication, 1-5, 1902-16?



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13. Azpurua, Ram6n. Biografias de hombres notables de Hispano-Ame'rica,

Caracas, Imprenta nacional, 1877.

4 v. front, (port.) 23 cm.

14. Babcock, Charles E. The libraries of Latin America, compiled by the Pan-

American Union, Washington, D. C., Chas. E. Babcock, librarian. (In
American library annual, 1917-1918. New York, 1918.)

(26* cm. p. [253]-263.)

16. Backer, Augustin de. Bibliotheque des ecrivains de la Compagnie de J6sus
ou, Notices bibliographiques: 1 de tous les ouvrages publics par les mem-
bres de la Compagnie de Jesus, depuis la fondation de 1'ordre jusqu'a nos
jours; 2 des apologies, des controverses religieuses, des critiques lit-
te"raires et scientifiques suscitees a leur sujet. Par Augustin et Alois de
Backer. l.-[7.] se*r. Liege, L. Grandmont-Donders, 1853-61.

7 v. 27| cm.

16. Backer, Augustin de. Bibliotheque de la Compagnie de Jesus. 1. ptie. :

Bibliographic par les peres Augustin et Aloys de Backer. 2. ptie. : His-
toire par le pere Auguste Carayon. Nouv. e"d. par Carlos Sommervogel
. . . .pub. par la Province de Belgique. Bruxelles, O. Schepens; Paris, A.
Picard, 1890-1909.

10 v. 32* x 24* cm.

CONTENTS. 1. ptie. Bibliographie: t. i-vn. A-Thon. t. vm. Thor-Z. Supplement: A-Caa-
ale. t. ix. Supplement :Casali-Z. Anonymes, pseudonymes. Index geographique des auteure


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