8vo, pp. 36; PORTRAIT; -very rare. Ferguson was killed at the battle of King's
Mountain, S. C., Oct. 7, 1780.
729 FERRIAR. Illustrations of Sterne, with Miscellaneous
y^ . Essays and Verses. London. 1812.
2 vols., post 8vo, half green morocco, gilt top, uncut.
" Dr. Ferriar, with most singular patience, has traced Sterne through the hidden
sources whence he borrowed most of his learning, and many of his more
striking and peculiar expressions." SIR W. SCOTT.
730 [FESSENDEN (T. G.)] Terrible Tractoration ! a Poeti-
cal Petition against Galvanistic Trumpery, and the Per-
kinistic Institution. In Four Cantos. New York. 1804.
FESTIVAL of Song. See [Saunders (F.)]
731 FEUCHTWANGER (G.) A Popular Treatise on Gems,
in reference to their Scientific Value: ... With Elegant
Illustrations. New York. 1859.
732 FIELDING (H.) Tom Jones; ou histoire d'un enfant
trouve. Paris: Didot. 18??.
4 vols., 8vo, morocco extra, gilt edges, with many BEAUTIFUL STEEL PLATES. The
austere author of " Pursuits of Literature" includes Tom Jones in the novels
necessary to be read.
733 FILSON (J.) The Discovery, Settlement And present
State of Kentucke : and An Essay towards the Topog-
raphy, and Natural History of that important Country.
To which is added An Appendix, containing the Ad-
ventures of Col. Daniel Boon, one of the First Settlers,
comprehending every important Occurrence in the Politi-
cal History of that Province. By John Filson.
Wilmington: printed by James Adams. 1784.
8vo, red levant morocco, gilt top, uncut, by F. Bedford ; PORTRAIT of Boone; AUTO-
GRAPH LETTERS of Tod d and Daniel Boone; DOCUMENTS signed by Lord
Dunmore, Stephen Trigg, and John Todd ; AUTOGRAPH of G. R. Clark ;
An Account with Col. John Bowman; MAP from the French Edition;
and PORTRAIT of Clark inserted ; fine copy of the original edition of this rare
tract. It may be well to mention that the map announced in this edition
wai never published.
734 FINCH (J.) Travels in the United States and Canada.
8vo, half calf, gilt. Includes notices of geology and mineralogy.
735 FINDEN. Landscape Illustrations of the Bible, consist-
ing of Views of the most remarkable plac.es mentioned
in the Old and New Testaments from Original Sketches
taken on the Spot. Engraved by W. and E. Finden.
With Descriptions by the Rev. Thomas H. Thorne.
London : John Murray. MDCCCXXXVI.
a vol., 4to; BRILLIANT PROOK IMPRESSIONS. See also Byron (Lord), Lot No. 325.
736 FINDLEY (William). History of the Insurrection, in
the Four Western Counties of Pennsylvania; in the year
MDCCXCIV, with a Recital of the circumstances specially
connected therewith ; and an Historical View of the Pre-
vious situation of the country. Philadelphia. MDCCXCVI.
8vo, half morocco, gilt top, uncut; tcarce in this condition. Morrell's copy sold for
$19.50. See Brackenridge (H. M.)
737 FINLEY (G.) A Complete Series of the Historical
Works of George Finley.- London. 1844-61.
7 vols., 8vo, cloth, uncut. Comprising, Greece under the Romans, 1844 Mediaeval
Greece and Trebirond, 1851 History of the Byzantine Empire, from 716
to 1057 History of the Byzantine and Greek Empires, from 1057 to
1454 History of Greece under Othoman and Venetian dominition His-
tory of the Greek Revolution, 2 vols.
73 8 [FISCHER.] Bibliotheca Mejicana. London. 1869.
8vo, uncut. Father Fischer was chaplain to the Emperor Maximilian.
739 FISHER (Charles F.) Catalogue of the Library of J. B.
Fisher, Containing many Choice and Curious Books',
mostly in Elegant and Substantial Bindings, Sold at Auc-
tion, March 5, 1866. Philadelphia. 1866.
4to, paper, uncut; LARGE PAPER; only fifteen copies printed. The cover title reads,
" A Private Gentleman's Library," which will, doubtless, distinguish it from
the " rest of mankind." *
^ 740 FISKE (Dr. Oliver). An Oration, Worcester, ...-July
4. 1797. Worcester: Isaiah Thomas^ Jr. [1797.]
4to ; very scarce.
741 FLEMING and TIBBINS. Royal Dictionary English
and French and French and English. Paris: Didot. 1863.
2 vols., 4to, half morocco extra, gilt backs and tops ; best edition ; splendid copy. Com-
piled from the dictionaries of Johnson, Todd, Ash, Webster, and Crabbe, from
the last edition of Chambaud, Garner, and J. Descarrieres, the sixth edition
of the grammatical dictionary of Laveaux, Boiste's "Lexicon," etc.
',. 742 FOOTE (S.) The Works of Samuel Foote, Esq.
a vols., 8vo, half calf, gilt; best edition.
743 FORCE (P.) American Archives; consisting of a Col-
lection of Authentick Records, State Papers, and Letters
# * and other notices of Public Affairs ; the whole forming A
Documentary History of the Origin and Progress of the
Notrh American Colonies ; of the Causes and Accom-
plishment of the American Revolution, and of the Con-
stitution of Government for the United States to the
Final Ratification Thereof. Washington. 1837.
Fourth Series, 5 vols., Fifth Series, 4 vols. ; together, 9 vols., folio, half russia. The
great fountain-head of historical documents. The other series have not been
published. See also " State Papers."
744 FORCE. Tracts and other Papers, relating principally to
the Origin, Settlement, and Progress of the Colonies in
* North America, from the Discovery of the Country to
the Year 1776. Collected by Peter JForce.
Washington: Peter Force. 1836.
4 vols., 8vo, half brown morocco, uncut, by Bradstreet. A most valuable collection,
745 FORD (John). Fame's Memorial; An Elegy upon the
/ * ,. Earl of Devonshire. Edited by Joseph Haslewood.
Kent: Printed at the private press of Lee Priory. 1819.
8vo, half brown morocco, gilt top.
746 FOREIGN Field Sports, Fisheries, Sporting Anecdotes,
&c., from Drawings by Howitt, Atkinson, Clark, &c.
Containing 100 Plates. London. 1814.
4to, half green morocco, gilt edges; 100 FINE COLORED PLATES.
747 FORM (A) of Prayer, ... for a General Fast. T 779-
410, half morocco. The prayer for our enemies relates to the American Revolution.
S 748 FORREST (E.) Catalogue of the Library of Edwin
Forrest. Compiled by Joseph Sabin. Philadelphia. 1863.
8vo, uncut; FINE PORTRAIT; 175 copies privately printed ; scarce.
749 FORSYTH (J. S.) The Antiquary's Portfolio, or Cabinet
+ Selection of Historical & Literary Curiosities, on Subjects
principally connected with the Manners, Customs, and
Morals ... of Great Britain, during the Middle and Later
Ages. By J. S. Forsyth. In Two Volumes.
London: George Wightman. MDCCCXXV.
2 vols., 8vo, half morocco, gilt top.
750 FORT CHARTRES. Affairs at Fort Chartres.
1768-1781. Many. 1864.
4to, half brown levant morocco, gilt top, uncut, by Bradstreet.
' 751 FORT PILLOW Massacre. Washington. 1864.
752 FOSBROOKE (T. D.] Encylopsedia of Antiquities,
[also] Foreign Topography, or an Encyclopedick Ac-
count, alphabetically arranged, of the Ancient Remains
in Africa, Asia, and Europe, forming a Sequel to the
Encylopasdia of Antiquities. London. 1825-28.
3 vols., 4to, cloth, uncut.
" A work as original as it is important elegantly written and full of interesting infor-
mation, with which every person of liberal education ought to be acquainted.
No good library should be without it." Literary Chronicle.
753 FOSTER (D.) A Sermon preached before His Excel-
lency John Hancock, Esq. Governour; His Honor
Samuel Adams, Esq. Lieutenant-Governour; The Hon-
ourable the Council, Senate, and House of Representa-
tives, of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, May 26,
1790. Being the day of General Election. By Daniel
Foscer, A.M. Pastor of the church in New-Braintree.
Boston, Mass. : Printed by Thomas Adams. M,DCC,XC.
8vo, pp. 35, half blue morocco, gilt top, by Bradstreet.
754 FOUCQUET (J.) GEuvres de Jehann Foucquet.
Paris: L. Curmer. 1866.
2 vols., 4to, half crushed levant morocco, polished, gilt top, uncut; three hundred
copies only published, for subscribers.
This exquisite reproduction of the works of Foucquet is no less a monument to the
1 5th century illuminator and painter than to the beautiful art of chromo-
lithography an art which Curmer has done as much to refine as any man in
Europe witness the " Hours of Anne of Britanny," " Imitation of Christ,"
etc. Foucquet was painter to Charles VII and Louis XI, Pope Eugene
IV, and miniaturist to Stephen Chevalier, Treasurer of France, etc., and his
works extended from about 1443 to 1520.
These works consist either of entire pages of illuminated miniatures or of beautiful
floriated borders, FACSIMILES of the original, in gold and colors. Vol. 11 con-
tains a complete exposition of the illuminations, etc., and a life of Foucquet,
with additional ILLUMINATIONS, and many WOODCUTS.
755 FOWLE (W. F.) Catalogue of the Choice Collection of
Books belonging to William F. Fowle, Esq., of Boston,
Mass. Riverside Press. 1865.
Imp. 8vo, uncut; LARGE PAPER; only 85 copies printed, chiefly for presentation ; ruled
and priced ; very scarce.
This library, although it contained but 1614 volumes, realized $17,5x2.19, an average
of almost $11 per volume, the highest, probably, ever realized in Boston.
756 [FOX (Charles James).] An Essay upon Wind, with
curious Anecdotes of Eminent Peteurs. Humbly Dedi-
cated to the Lord Chancellor. [n. p. n. d.]
8vo, half morocco; only 50 copies printed.
FOX (Charles). See Washington (George).
t -f ^ 757 FOX (E.) The Revolutionary Adventures of Ebenezer
Fox, of Roxbury, Mass. Boston. 1838.
i6mo, pp. a38, cloth; PORTRAIT.
758 FOXE (L.) North-VVest Fox, | or, | Fox from the North-
west passage. | beginning] With King Arthvr, Malga,
/Octhvr, | the two Zeni's of Iseland, Estotiland, and
Dorgia ; | Following with briefe Abstracts of the Voyages
of Cabot, | Frobisher, Davis, VVaymouth, Knight, Hud-
son, Button, Gib- jbons, Bylot, Baffin, Hawkridge:| ...
M r - lames Hall's three Voyages to*Groynland, with aj
Topographicall description of the Countries, the Salvages
| lives and Treacheries, how our Men have beene slayne]
by them there, with the Commodities of all those | parts. |
By Captaine Lvke Foxe of Kingstone vpon Hull, Capt. |
and Pylot for the Voyage, in his Majesties Pinnace Ithe
Charles. | London, \ Printed by B. Alsop and
Tho. Favvcet) dwelling in Grubstreet.\ 1635.)
4to, sphere, I 1., 5 1., pp. 276, old vellum; MAP in facsimile ; fine large copy, with
many rough leaves. This very rare collection of early voyages towards
making a discovery of the north-west passage, 'contains many important facts
and judicious observations on the ice, tides, compass, northern lights, etc.
759 FRANCIS (J. W.) Old New York : or, Reminiscences
of the Past Sixty Years. By John W. Francis, M.D.,
LL.D. With a Memoir of the Author, by Henry T.
Tuckerman. New York: W. J. Widdleton. MDCCCLXV.
Imp. 8vo, cloth; pp. cxxxvi, 400; ^ PORTRAITS, and PLATE.
760 FRANCIS. Reminiscencs of the late Samuel Latham
Mitchell. New Tork, 1859.
4to, half morocco, gilt top, uncut. A UNIQUE volume, inlaid on rl. 410, and con-
taining an ILLUMINATED TITLE-PAGE and 25 PLATES.
761 FRANCIS (S. W.) Memoir of the Life and Character of
Prof. Valentine Mott, Facile Princeps. By Dr. Samuel
W. Francis, (Fellow of the New-York Academy of
Medicine). Second Edition.
New York: W. J. Widdleton, Publisher. 1865.
Rl. 8vo, uncut; PORTRAIT ON INDIA PAPIRJ L. S. of Dr. Mott inserted.
762 FRANKLIN (B.) Autobiography of Dr. B. Franklin.
Edited by John Bigelow. Philadelphia. 1868.
Imp. 8vo, half morocco, gilt top, uncut, by Bradstreet.
763 FRANKLIN. The Examination of Doctor Benjamin
Franklin, Relative to the Repeal of the American Stamp
Act, In MDCCLXVI. [n. p.] MDCCLXVII.
8vo, title, I 1., pp. 50, half calf.
764 [FRANKLIN.] An Historical Review of the Constitu-
tion and Government of Pennsylvania, From its Origin ;
j 6* So far as regards the several Points of Controversy,
which have, from Time to Time, arisen between the
several Governors of that Province, and Their several
Assemblies. London. MDCCLIX.
8vo, old calf. This copy is printed on very thick paper, and is, perhaps, unique.
765 FRANKLIN. [Another copy.] London 1759.
8vo, half calf, on ordinary paper.
766 FRANKLIN. Letters to Benjamin Franklin from his
Family and Friends, 1751-179. oNew Tork. 1859.
Rl. 8vo, half red morocco, uncut, by Bradstreet ; PORTRAITS of Mrs. Franklin and
767 FRANKLIN. Memoirs of the Life and Writings of
Benjamin Franklin, LL.D., F.R.S., etc., Minister Plenipo-
tentiary from the United States of America, at the Court
of France, etc., etc. Now first published from the
Original MSS., etc. London. 1817-1818.
2 volt., 4to, half morocco, gilt top, uncut, by Bradstreet ; FINE PORTRAIT, engraved by
Pye, and FACSIMILE; RARE PORTRAIT inserted.
768 FRANKLIN. Poor Richard Improved. Being an Al-
manack for 1752, [and] 1753, 1754, 1755, and 1756.
Philadephia: Printed and Sold by B. Franklin, [v. d.]
5 vols,, izmo. These almanacs are extremely rare, and are priced at $2 2s. each in
the " Nuggets." The buyer will have the privilege of taking all or one of
769 FRANKLIN. A Pocket Almanac For the Year 1758,
[and] 1763, 1764, 1765, and 1766. Philadelphia:
Printed and Sold by B. Franklin and D. Hall. [v. d.]
5 vols., 24010; clean copies. More rare than the preceding lot; sold with the same
770 [FRANLIN.] Some Observations on the Proceedings
against the Rev. Mr. Hemphill ; with a Vindication of
his Sermons. Philadelphia: Printed by B. Franklin. 1735.
I2mo, morocco extra; title repaired.
771 FRANKLIN. Works of the late Dr. Benjamin Frank-
lin : Consisting of Memoirs of his Early Life, Written
by Himself; together with a collection of his Essays.
Humorous, Moral and Literary, chiefly in the manner of
the Spectator. A new edition revised and enlarged.
Easton: Published by Henry IV. Gibbs. 1810.
I2mo, pp. 274, calf.
772 FRANKLIN. The Works of Benjamin Franklin; con-
taining Several Political and Historical Tracts not in-
cluded in any Former Edition, and many Letters official
and private not hitherto published; with Notes and a
Life of the Author. By Jared Sparks.
Boston: Milliard, Gray W Co. 1840.
10 volt., imp. 8vo, half red levant morocco, gilt top, uncut, by Bradstreet; LARGE
PAPER ; a splendid copy, with numerous ILLUSTRATIONS and CUTTINGS in-
serted. Formerly Mr. E. D. Ingraham's copy.
773 FRANKLINIANA, ou Recueil d'Anecdotes, bons mots,
Reflexions, Maximes et Observations de Benjamin Frank-
lin ; Par un Americain. A Paris: chez Tiger, [n. d.]
i8mo, half blue morocco, gilt top, uncut, by Bradstreet; 2 PORTRAITS inserted.
774 FREEMAN (Frederick). The History of Cape Cod, the
Annals of Barnstable County, including the District of
Marshpee. Many Portraits. Boston. 1858.
z vols., imp. 8vo, cloth, uncut.
FREE THOUGHTS. See Rivington (James).
775 [FRENCH (James Clark).] The Trip of the Steamer
Oceanus to Fort Sumter and Charleston, S. C., April
I4th, 1865. Brooklyn, 1865.
8vo, half green morocco, gilt top, uncut, by Bradstreet.
776 FRENEAU (P.) Freneau's Poems, Written between the
years 1768 and 1794, by Philip Freneau of New Jersey.
A New Edition, Revised and Corrected by the Author ;
Including a considerable number of Pieces never before
Published. Monmouth, (N. J.} printed at the
press of the Author, at Mount Pleasant, near Middletown
Point; M,DCC,XCV ; and of American Independence xix.
8vo; a most beautiful copy, in crushed red levant morocco, gilt edges, by F. Bedford.
777 FRENEAU. The] Poems] of (Philip Freneau. | Written
1 62 FRIAR.
chiefly during the late War. | Philadelphia : \ Printed by
Francis Bailey, at\Yorick's Head, in Market Street.
M DCC LXXXVI.
izmo, calf, gilt edges, by Pratt; clrgant copy.
778 FRENEAU. The Miscellaneous Works of Mr. Philip
Freneau, containing his Essays and Additional Poems.
Philadelphia: F. Bailey. MDCCLXXXVin.
izmo, pp. ii, 429, polished calf, by W. Mathews.
779 FRENEAU. Poems Written and Published during the
American Revolutionary War, and now Republished from
the Original Manuscripts, interspersed with Translations
from the Ancients, and other pieces not heretofore in
Print. By Philip Freneau. Third edition.
Philadelphia : From the Press of Lydia R. Bailey. 1809.
2 vols., I2mo, polished calf, by W. Mathews.
780 FRENEAU. Poems on Various Subjects, but chiefly
illustrative of the Events and Actors in the American
*~ J? ^^
War of Independence. By Philip Freneau. Reprinted
... with a Preface. London: J. R. Smith. 1861.
Fcap 8vo, polished calf, gilt top, uncut, by W. Mathews.
781 FRENEAU. Poems Relating to the American Revolu-
tion by Philip Freneau. With an Introductory Memoir
and Notes, by Evert A. Duyckinck.
New York: Widdleton. 1865,
Rl. 8vo, half red morocco, gilt top, uncut; LARGE PAPER; only 100 copies printed.
54 PLATES, and AUTOGRAPH LETTER by the editor, inserted. The plates
consist of Revolutionary Portraits, etc., and are of especial rarity, many of
them (Gens. Reed, Gage, Greene, Cornwallis, etc., etc.) being choice impres-
sions of VERY SCARCE ENGRAVINGS. A fine drawing in India ink of the old
*J Jersey prison-ship is also included in the illustrations.
782 FRIAR RUSH. The Historic of Friar Rvsh : how he
came to a house of Religion to seek service, and being
entertained by the Priour, was first made vnder Cooke.
Being full of pleasant mirth and delight for young people.
Imprinted at London by Edw. All-de, dwelling near Christ-
Church. 1620. London: reprinted for Robert Triphook. 1810.
410 ; one of four copies printed on vellum. This was Mr. J. B. Elliott's copy, No. 4.
One copy is in the British Museum.
783 FROTHINGHAM (R.) History of the Siege of Boston,
and of the Battles of Lexington, Concord, and Bunker
Hill. Also, an Account of the Bunker Hill Monument.
8vo, half morocco, gilt top ; scarce ; MAPS and PLANS.
784 FROTHINGHAM. Life and Times of Joseph Warren,
4^*0 by Richard Frothingham. Portrait and fac-simile.
Boston: Little^ Brown & Co. 1865.
8vo, half blue morocco, gilt top, uncut.
FULL VINDICATION of the Measures of the Congress
from the Calumnies of their Enemies. See [Hamilton
785 FULLER (T.) Gnomologia; Adages and Proverbs, Wise
Sentences, and Witty Sayings. ... Compiled by Thomas
Fuller, M.D. A New Edition. London: Oilman. 1816.
izmo, half morocco, uncut.
786 FULLER. Good Thoughts in Bad Times, and Other
f Papers. Boston: Ticknor and Fields. 1863.
8vo, blue levant morocco, extra tooled, gilt top, uncut, by W. Mathews ; with a
FINE PORTRAIT (India proof before letters)) LARGE PAPER; only 30 copies
787 FURMAN (Gabriel). Notes, Geographical and Histori-
cal, Relating to the Town of Brooklyn, in Kings County,
on Long Island. Brooklyn. 1824.
izmo, half morocco, gilt top, uncut; fine copy of the scarce original edition.
788 FURMAN. [The same.] With Notes and a Memoir of
the Author. Brooklyn. 1865.
4to, half brown morocco, gilt top, uncut, by Bradstreet; LARGE PAPER; 20 copies only
printed for the Faust Club.
789 [FURMAN.] Rural Hours: A Poem. Afaspetb. 1824.
8vo, boards, uncut ; 3 PLATES; a very rare volume of American poetry.
790 FURTHER (A) Manifestation of the Progress of the
Gospel among the Indians in New England.
New York. 1866.
4to, half morocco, gilt top, uncut ; LARGE PAPER ; 50 copies printed.
791 FURTHER QUERIES upon the Present State of the
New-English Affairs. By S. E. New York. 1866.
410, uncut ; LARGE PAPER ; 200 copies printed.
AGE (T.) The English-American his
Travail by Sea and Land ;| or, |A New
Svrvey | of the | West-India's, | contain-
ing | A Journall of Three thousand and
Three hundred | Miles within the main
Land of America. | Wherein is set forth
his Voyage from Spain to St. John de
Vlbus;|and from thence to Xalappa, to Tlaxcalla, the
City of Angeles, and | forward to Mexico; With the de-
scription of that great City, | as it was in former times,
and also at this present. | Likewise his Journey from
Mexico through the provinces of Guaxaca, | Chiapa,
Guatemala, Vera Paz, Truxillo, Comayagna ; with his|
abode Twelve years about Guatemala, and especially in
the) Indian-towns of Mixico, Pinola, Petapa, Amatitlan. |
... By the true and painfull endevours of Thomas Gage,
now Preacher of the Word of God at Acris in the County
of Kent, Anno Dom. 1648.
London: Printed by R. Cotes, etc. 1648.
Folio, half brown morocco, gilt top; ORIGINAL EDITION.
"This work appears to have been much celebrated in its time, having been frequently
reprinted, and translated into French, Dutch, German, etc." RICH.
' The author of this work was probably ' Parson of Deale." In the second and third
editions, after expurging from the dedication certain passages in honor of
Fairfax, the remainder were dexterously converted into a preface; and the
zzd chapter, as containing particulars relative to the artifices used by the
* Pafulins * to convert the writer, totally omitted. It was afterwards printed
separately." WRANGHAM. ^*^ '
Sout hey informs us that part of the _book' is taken verbatim tt literatim from an old
translation of Gomara.
793 GALLERY of British and Foreign Portraits, with Me-
^ s* + moirs by Distinguished Biographers.
London: Charles Knight , 1833-38.
7 vols., imp. 8vo, cloth, uncut; original and brilliant impressions; 1 68 PORTRAITS. A
very interesting scries, engraved in the highest style of the art, in the same
manner as Lodge's Portraits, to which it forms an excellent companion, the
portraits being different.
794 GALLOWAY (J.) The Examination of Joseph Gal-
_,, loway, Esq. By a Committee of the House of Com-
mons. Edited by Thomas Balch. Two hundred and
fifty copies Printed.
Philadelphia: Printed for the Seventy-Six Society. 1855.
8vo, cloth, uncut.
795 [GALLOWAY.] Letters to a Nobleman, on the Con-
duct of the War in the Middle Colonies. The Fourth
Edition. London. 1780.
8vo, half morocco.
796 [GALLOWAY.] A Reply to the Observations of
Lieut.-Gen. Sir William Howe, on a Pamphlet Entitled
Letters to a Nobleman, etc. Second Edition.
London: Wilkle. M,DCC,LXXX.
8vo, pp. 1 57, half morocco, gilt top.
"Mr. Galloway was a member of Congress (and Speaker of the House of Assembly of
Pennsylvania); he went over to the Royal Army in December, 1776, and
continued with it till the evacuation of Philadelphia, in June, 1778, aban-
doning his estate and property to the value of above forty thousand pounds
797 GALT (J.) The Life, Studies, and Works of Benjamin
West, Esq. President of the Royal Academy of London,
composed from materials furnished by himself, By John
Gait, Esq. London : Printed for T. Cadell ana
W. DavieS) Strand, and W. Blackwood^ Edinburgh. 1820.
a vols., 8vo, half green morocco, uncut, by Bradstreet. See [Graydon (J.)]
GANG (Stephen). See Washington (G.)
798 GARCILASSO DE LA VEGA. Histoire des guerres
Civiles des Espagnols, dans les Indes. Amsterdam, 1706.
^ vols., izrno, calf.
799 GARCILASSO DE LA VEGA. The | Royal | Com-
mentaries | of | Peru, | in | Two Parts. (The First Part.)
Treating of the Original of their Incas or Kings;) Of
their Idola-|try: Of their Laws and Government both
in Peace and War: Of the Reigns | and Conquests of
the Incas; ... | The Second Part, | Describing the man-
ner by which that new World was conquered | by the
Spaniards. ... | Illustrated with Sculptures. | Written orig-
inally in Spanish, | By the Inca Garcilaso de la Vega, | and
rendered into English, by Sir Pavl Rycavt, K c - |
London: ... | Christopher Wilkinson. ... | MDCLXXXVIII. |
Folio, calf, gilt; very fne copy ; scarce.
" A gentle and trusting spirit, rather than a wise one, proud of being a son of one of
the unscrupulous conquerors of Peru, but always betraying the weaker nature
of his mother, who was of the blood royal of the Incas, and never entirely
forgetting the glories of his Indian race, or the cruel injuries they had suf-
fered at the hands of Spain. The ' Commentaries * are a striking and
interesting book, showing much of the spirit of the old Chronicles." TJCKNOK.
8oo GARDEN (Alexander). Anecdotes of the Revolutionary
War in America, with Sketches of Character of Persons
the most distinguished, in the Southern States, for Civil
and Military Services. Charleston. 1822. Also, Anec-
dotes of the American Revolution, illustrative of the