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Bibliotheca Spenceriana: Or a Descriptive Catalogue of the Books ..., Volume 1
Thomas Frognall Dibdin
Volledige weergave - 1814
Annal Anno appears Audiffredi beautiful begins beneath Bibl bibliographers bottom bound brief called catchwords character Collection colophon column commences concludes Consult contains copious copy curious described desirable early Editio Princeps edition eights elegant ensuing entire epistle executed fac-simile feliciter Folio former given Greek Hist impression Incipit Index interesting Laire last leaf Latin latter leaves liber Libror lines Maittaire mentioned Mentz morocco binding noticed numerals observe occupies opus Panzer particular preceding prefix present printed printer probably publication Quarto quod rare reader recto refers reverse reverse is blank Roman russia says Seemiller seems seen signatures similar sound specimen subjoined supposed third treatise Typog Venice verses volume whole
Pagina 251 - Koberger had printed only this Chronicle, he would have done enough to place his name among the most distinguished of his typographical brethren ; but he has other, and nearly equal, claims to a very marked celebrity.
Pagina 10 - Cui concessum est ab 111. SV ne hos quoq; libros alii cuiquam impune for...
Pagina 181 - Dropt manna, and could make the worse appear The better reason, to perplex and dash Maturest counsels : for his thoughts were low : To vice industrious, but to nobler deeds Timorous and slothful : yet he pleased the ear, And with persuasive accent thus began...
Pagina 246 - Censorious de die natali . Tabula Cebetis . Dialogus Luciani . Enchiridion Epicteti . Basilius . Plutarchus de Inuidia 8c Odio . The Greek type, of which the margins contain numerous specimens, is also exceedingly elegant.
Pagina 305 - The printer of this work was a physician.* The volumes which issued from his press are of equal beauty and rarity; and it is seldom that we behold a more elegant specimen of ancient typography than that which is now before us. The types are a mixture of those used at the early Milan and Parma presses : being, however, taller and more beautiful than either of them.
Pagina 182 - ... in die, qua conditus es, praeparata sunt. Tu cherub extentus et protegens, et posui te in monte sancto Dei, in medio lapidum ignitorum ambulasti perfectus in viis tuis a die conditionis tuae, donec inventa est iniquitas in te.
Pagina 275 - For ir.y part, the oftener I consult this chronicle, the more I wonder at the things in it, and I cannot but esteem the book as extremely pleasant, useful, and curious, by reason of these very odd cuts.