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P. Virgilii Maronis Mantuani : by Virgil Publication: Venice : Apud Aldum, 1576 . [7], 947 p. ; , Printed by Aldo Manuzio the Younger (1547-97) at the Aldine Press, Venice. | Woodcut title page with device of Aldo Manuzio the Younger (1547-97) | Woodcut initals, head-and-tail pieces and marginalia. | Notes by previous owner Robert Tighe on blank opening leaves. 17 cm. (12°) Date: 1576 Availability: No items available:

P. Virgilii Maronis opera : by Virgil Publication: Londini : typis T. Rickaby: impensis T. Payne, B. & J. White, R. Faulder, & J. Edwards, 1793 . 4v. : , Title page vignettes. | A different impression to that without illustrations and plates also published in 1793. | Includes the author's minor works. | On p.696 of vol.4: Londini: typis T. Rickaby; impensis B. White & Fil. R. Faulder, T. Payne, J. Edwards. M.DCC.XCII. b ill. ; | 24 cm. (8°) Date: 1793 Availability: No items available:

P. Virgilii Maronis opera : by Virgil Publication: [Hague : s.n., 1757 . 2v. : , Title vignettes, head- and tail-pieces, and historiated initials by G.M. Pitteri after Fidance and C.F. de La Traverse. | Vol V. index by Christoph Saxius. | Vol. V has imprint "aere & sumtibus Guilielmi Iustice, Henr.F." and William Justice's dedication to Catherine II the Great of Russia, dated The Hague, 1765. | Parts of the book published posthumously, Justice is thought to have died in the Hague in 1763, "Henry Justice, a Cambridge book thief", Cambridge Bibliographical Society transactions, 1952 (p.357) | Re-issued in Brussells by J.L. De Boubers [1800.] | The two volumes are most likely to have been printed in Holland between 1757 and 1765 however, Bibliotheca Parrianna: A catalogue of the library of the late reverend and learned Samuel Parr, (London: John Bohn, 1825) states; 'This book was printed in Italy, to which country the editor retired, when he had been prosecuted by the University of Cambridge for stealing books [1736], and his sentence had been changed from transportation to exile for life. He had been a member of Trinity College; he had a good fortune; he had been a magistrate in Suffolk; and with little chance of detection in a foreign land, he described himself as a Toparch and a squire." 24 cm. (8°) Date: 1757 Availability: No items available:

Publii Virgilii Maronis opera. by Virgil Publication: Parisiis : E typographia Regia, 1641 . [4], 498, [2] p. : , Half-title. | Engraved title-page, by Claude Mellan after Nicolas Poussin. Cf. G. Wildenstein. Les graveurs de Poussin au XVIIe siècle, 1957, no. 171. | Signatures: pi² A-3P⁴ 3Q⁶. | Engraved head- and tail-pieces; initials. 40 cm. (2°) Date: 1641 Availability: No items available:

Publius Virgilius Maro. Bucolica, Georgica, et Aeneis. by Virgil Publication: Parisiis : In aedibus Palatinis scientiarum et artium , excudebam Petrus Didot, natu major, 1798 . x, 390 p. : , Pp. i-x printers advertisement. | Title page vignette. | Engraved head-and-tail pieces. 16 cm. (12°) Date: 1798 Availability: No items available:

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