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28272 JOHNSTON (A. K.) Royal Atlas of Modern Geography, roy. folio,

48 double maps, coloured, with special Index to each, hf. russia, gilt edges, 308 "... ?

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tin 1863 28273

the same, folio, 46 coloured double maps, hf. green morocco, gilt edges, £6. 28274 1872 DORNSEIFFEN (J.) Atlas van Nederland en zijné overzeesche 1 . Bezittingen (Dutch East-Indies, Curaçoa, Surinam, Little Antilles), sm. folio, 30 coloured maps, cloth, 108 !,

:: Amsterdam, 1872 28275 1876 COOLEY (W. D.) Physical Geography, or the Terraqueous

Globe, and its Phenomena, 8vo. with 125 wood engravings, frontispiece, and 12 maps (sells 21s), cloth, 8s 6d.

1876 Arctic Geography: 28276 ARCTIC Geography and Ethnology, Selection of Papers on,

presented to the Artic Expedition of 1875, by the Roy. Geogr. Soc. 8vo. maps, cloth, 58

1875 28277 = == Description of the Coast, Tides, and Currents, in But

ton's Bay, and in the Welcome, being the N.W. Coast of Hudson's Bay, from Scrog's, Crow's, Napier's, and Smith's Journals (1 744)-Agreement for the Discovery of a N.W. Passage, 1745Geographical Description of Tobago, map, (1745) — Account of Corsica, and Memoirs of Baron de Neuhoff, styled

THEODORE I, map, 1739-1 vol. 8vo. calf, 24s 28278 DOBBS (A.) Account of the Countries adjoining to Hudson's Bay

in the N.W. part of America, intended to show the great probability of a N.W. Passage, 4to. Inap, sd. 24s .

1744 Containing the methods of Commerce, showing the benefits of settling Colonies, whereby the French will be deprived of their Traffick in Furs ; with Middleton's Journal, the discoveries in the Great Western Ocean, the Profits

of the Hudson's Bay Company, Indian Vocabularies, etc.? 28279 MARTIN (R.M.) Hudson's Bay Territories and Vancouver's Island,

with the rights, policy, etc. of the Hudson's Bay Corporation, 8vo. map, cloth, 3s 6d

1849 28280 UMFREVILLE (Ed.) Present State of Hudson's Bay, 8vo. folding

plate containing specimens of five Indian languages, hf.calf, 24s 1790

Pages 176-203 are “ on the Indians, their customs, etc..? 28281 ZORGDRAGERS alte und neue Grönländische Fischerei und Wall.

fischfang, mit Beschreibung von Grönland, Island, Spitzbergen, Nova Zembla, Jan Mayen Eiland, der Strasse Davis, u.a. mit

Nachricht von dem Bakkeljau- und Stockfischfang bei Terreneuf, ..the übersetzt (von Er. Reusch), sm. 4to. many maps and plates, calf,

98 Ti l : "Pro Leipzig, 1723 Atlantic Islands : -1,

U'S NO.. 28282 Boid.. Description of the Azores (agriculture, zoology, trade,

commerce, etc.), 8vo. map and views, bds. 28 6d 1 1834 28283 GODMAN: Natural History of the Azores, 8vo. cloth, 7s 6d 1870 28284 BARKER-WEBB (P.) et Sabin Berthelot, Histoire Naturelle

des Iles Canaries—Ichthyologie, par A. Valenciennes, 26 plates ; l’Ethnographie et les Annales de la Conquête, portrait; la Géographie descriptive, la Statistique et la Géologie ; 3 vols. impl. 4to. bds. 36s

Paris, 1839-42

ATLANTIC ISLANDS—continued. 28285 BUCH, Physikalische Beschreibung der Canarischen Inseln, hf. calf, 108 ; or, calf neat, 128

Berlin, 1825 28286 BULLAR (J. and H.) Winter in the Azores, and a Summer at the

Baths of the Fumas, 2 vols. 8vo. cuts, cloth, 38 6d 1841 28287 ESPINOSA (Alonso de) Del Origen y Milagros de N. Señora de

Candelaria, que aparecio en Tenerife, con la descripcion de esta
Isla (la gente y sus costumbres), 12mo. vellum, 258

Sevilla, 1594

II. THE HISTORY OF NAVIGATION, AND GEOGRAPHICAL DISCOVERY; WITH THE LIVES OF TRAVELLERS, SEAMEN,

AND CONQUISTADORES. 1. General History of Voyages and Discovery,

collective biographical Works. 28289 BARROS ARANA (D.) Compendio de Historia de America, 2 vols. in 1, stout 8vo. 947 pp. hf. bd. 288

Santiago, 1865 28290 [BOSCH (L. van den)] Leeven en Daden der doorluchtighste

Zee-Helden en Ontdeckers van Landen, deser eeuwen, door V. D. B. 4to. frontispiece, fine portraits and folding plates, calf, 258

Amst., J. Claesz en J. Bouman, 1676 28291 - Leben und tapffere Thaten der aller-berühmtesten See

Helden, etc. unserer Zeiten, übersetzt von Matthia, mit Anhange durch Er. Francisci, sm. 4to. frontispiece, portraits and plates, vellum, 30s

Nürnberg, 1681 | Containing the lives of Columbus, Vespucci, Magellan, etc. 28292 [BROSSES (Le President de)] Histoire des Navigations aux

Terres Australes, 2 vols. 4to. maps, £2. 16s Paris, 1756

This work, although intended to illustrate specially the early discoveries in the Southern Hemisphere, also includes voyages to N. and S. America, and ·

ronnd the world. 28293

Terra Australis Cognita, or Voyages to the Southern Hemisphere during the 16th-18th Centuries (by J. CALLANDER), 3 vols. 8vo. maps, calf, 36s

Edinburgh, 1766-68 28294 CALVO (Carlos) Coleccion Completa de los Tratados, otros actos

diplomaticos de todas los estados de la América Latina, comprendidos entre el golfo de Méjico y el cabo de Hornos, desde 1493, complete in 2 series-First Series, 9 vols. 1862-6 ; Second Series, 4 vols. 1864-6—together 13 vols. 8vo. hf. red morocco gilt, £12.

Paris, 1862

28295 CASAS (Bartolomé de las) Coleccion de las Obras de, dada a luz por Juan Ant. Llorente, 2 vols. 8vo. portrait, calf, 12s

Paris, 1822 Although not written for the purpose of illustrating the subject to which this section belongs, the works of Las Casas are important for the

history of Spanish conquest in America and the lives of the Conquistadores. 28296 — TRATADOS VARIOS, 9 parts in i vol. sm. 4to.

Original Editions in Gothic letter, · Spanish morocco binding, £32.

Sevilla, 1552 EXCESSIVELY RARE. It is some years since a complete set of these treatises was last in my possession.

1. Brevissima Relacion de la destruycion de las Indias, Sevilla, Seb. Trugillo, 1552; at the end ; 2. Pedaço de una carta y relacion que escrivio cierto hombre refiriendo las obras que hazia el capitan por la tierra que andava. 3. Entre los remedios que Bartolome de las Casas refirio para reformacion de las Indias, el octavo ... donde se asigpan veynte razones por las quales prueva no deverse dar los Indios a los Españoles en encomienda, Sevilla, J. Cromberger, 1552. 4. Tratado sobre la materia de los Yndios que se han hecho esclavos, Sevilla, Seb. Trugillo, 1552. 5. Tratado comprobatorio del imperio que los Reyes de Castilla y Leon tienen sobre las Indias, Seb. Trugillo, 1553. 6. Treynta proposiciones muy juridicas en las quales se tocan muchas cosas pertenecientes al derecho sobre los infieles, Seb. Trugillo, 1552. 7. Disputa o controversia entre el Obispo Don Bartholome de las Casas y el doctor Gines de Sepulveda sobre las conquistas de las Indias, Sevilla, Seb. Trugillo, 1552. 8. Únos Avisos y reglas para los confesores, Sevilla, Seb. Trugillo, 1552. 9. Principia quædam ex quibus precedendum est in disputatione ad manifestandam justiciam Yndorum,

Hispali, Scb. Trugillo, s. a. 28297 CASAS (Barth. de las) Tratados varios; 1 Brevissima Relacion,

2 Pedaço, 3 Disputa, 5 Treynta Proposiciones, 6 Materia de los Yndios, last leaf wanting, 7 Entre los Remedios, 9 Tratado comprobatorio, portion of title torn awaytogether 7 parts in 5, sm. 4to. £10.

1552 28298 - Sold separately : 1 Brevissima Relacion, imperfect, 208

1552 3 Entre los Remedios, 208

1552 7 Disputa o Controversia, 30s

1552 28299

- Destruccion de las Indias o sea su conquista publicada en Sevilla 1552, ahora lo da a luz un ciudadano (F.M.F.), 16 nos. forming one vol. sm. 4to. sd. 258

Puebla, 1821 This contains the Brevisima Relacion without the Pedazo, and is very

rare. 28300 - - Istoria o brevissima Relatione della Distruttione dell'

Indie Occidentali in Italiano e Spagnuolo, trad. da Giacomo
Castellani, 1643—Conquista dell' Indie Occidentali Spag. et
Ital. trad. per Ginammi, 1645-11 Supplice Schiavo Indiano,
Spag. et Ital. per Ginammi, 1657–3 vols. in 1, sm. 4to. old gilt
calf, 36s

Venetia, 1643-57 Translations of the original pieces numbered above 1, 2, 4, 7. 28301 - il Supplice Schiavo Indiano, 1636; Liberta pretesa dal

supplice Schiavo, 1640; Spagnuolo e Italiano per Ginammi, 2 vols. in 1, sm. 4to. vellum, 30s

Venetia, 1636-40 These pieces are Nos. 7 ar.d 3 of the original series.

28302 CASAS (Barth. de las) NARRATIO REGIONUM INDICARUM PER HISPANOS

QUOSDAM DEVASTATARUM VERISSIMA, sm. 4to. first impressions of the 17 fine engravings by DE BRY, old French red morocco, gilt edges, by Padeloup, scarce, £10. 108

Francofurti, Th. de Bry, & Joan. Saur. 1598 28203 - alia editio, sm. 4to. second impressions of the engravings, hf. morocco, gilt top, £3. 108

1614 28304 — Regionum Indicarum per Hispanos olim devastatarum

accuratissima descriptio, sm. 4to. with impressions of the same plates as in the 1598 edition, sd. 21s; or, calf, 28s

Heidelbergæ, 1664 This text is equivalent to a translation of Nos. 1, 2, 3 of the original

Tratados. 28305 - – den vermeerderden Spieghel der Spaensche tierannije geschict in Westindien, sm. 4to. 18 plates, sd. 30s

Amsterdam, G. I. Saeghman, 1664 To this Dutch translation of the Latin Narratio a life of Columbus is added. Of the 18 plates, sixteen are copies of the De Bry engravings in the

1598 volume, and two which illustrate Columbus are additional. 28306 - MIROIR de la cruelle et horrible Tyrannie Espagnole

perpetree au Pays Bas, par le Tyran Duc de Albe, et aultres Comandeurs de par le Roy Philippe le deuxiesme. On a adjoinct la deuxiesme Partie de les Tyrannies commises aux INDES OCCIDENTALES par les Espagnols (par B. DE LAS CASAS), 2 vols. in 1, small 4to. numerous engravings of massacres committed by the Spaniards, in the old binding, £5.

Amsterdam, I. E. Cloppenburg, 1620 Brunet's collation is erroneous in giving 87 leaves as the contents of the first part, instead of 88 (the last two leaves being each numbered 87). The second part is Jacques de Migrode's translation of the Destruccion de las Indias, filled up with extracts from some others of the Tratados, and contains the same seventeen engravings as appeared in the Frankfort Narratio of 1598.

The engravings in the first part are of European cruelties. 28307

- la Decouverte des Indes Occidentales, 12mo.frontispiece, in the original bds. WHOLLY UNCUT, 278

Paris, 1097 This is apparently a milder and tamer re-writing of the “ Tyrannies et Cruautez,” with the complete Controversy with Sepulveda added at the

end. 28308 CLADERA (Christ.) Investigaciones Historicas sobre los principales

Descubrimientos de los Españoles en el Mar Oceano en el siglo
XV y principios del XVI, sm. 4to. portraits, and a facsimile of
Behaim's Pars Globi Terrestris" (1492), hf. Morocco, £2. 2s

Madrid, 1794 28309 Ens (Gaspar) Indiæ Occidentalis Historia ; in qua prima regionum

istarum, detectio, situs, incolarum mores, aliaque eò pertinentia, breviter explicantur, 12mo. brown morocco extra, gilt edges, by Hardy, £2. 2s

Colonice, Gul. Lutzenkirchen, 1612 28310 ESTANCELIN (L.) Recherches sur les Voyages et Découvertes des

Navigateurs Normands en Afrique, dans les Indes Orientales, et en Amerique, 8vo. sd. 6s

Paris, 1832 28311 - - the same, 1832 ; Études sur l'État actuel de la Marine

et des Colonies Françaises, 1849—together 2 vols. 8vo. green morocco extra, gilt edges, 208

28312 GALVAO (Ant.) Tratado dos Descobrimentos antigos, e modernos,

feitos até a era de 1550, sm. folio, old calf, RARE, £2. 10s Lisboa, 1731 28313

Discoveries of the World, written in the Portugall tongue by Antonie Galvano, corrected, and now published in English by R. Hakluyt, black letter, sm. 4to. wants sign. Oi, rare, £5.

G. Bishop, 1601 28314 GOMEZ SOLIS (Duarte) sobre los Comercios de las dos Yndias,

small 4to. MS. title, the author's own copy, with his autograph additions for a new edition, £6.

Lisboa, 1622 A very rare book dedicated to Philip IV by a learned Portuguese whose

work is little known, and never found in catalogues of Americana. 28315 HELP'S Spanish Conquest in America, its relation to the History

of Slavery and the Government of Colonies, 4 vols. 8vo. cloth, with the author's presentation inscription to Mr. Donne, £2. 1684

1855-61 28316 HERRERA (Antonio de Historia General de los HECHOS DE LOS

CASTELLANOS en las Islas i Tierra firme del Mar Oceano, en Decadas—Descripcion de las Indias-together 9 parts in 4 vols. sm. folio, original edition, frontispieces with portraits, and 14 maps, vellum, £3..

.. Madrid, 1601 28317 - the same, 9 parts in 4 vols. sm. folio, a fine copy, old calf gilt, £4.

1601 28318 - la misma Historia, 8 parts in 2 vols. sm. folio, engraved

titles, wants the Table to the first part, citron morocco extra, gilt marbled edges, by Boyet, with the arms of Count Hoym in gold on sides, £31. 10s

1601 From the Beckford Library, where it fetched £42. 28319 - la misma Historia y Descripcion, publicadas con notas

por Barcia, 4 vols. sm. folio, frontispieces and maps, very tall copy in vellum, £5..

1725-30 * This is the GENUINE BEST EDITION of the work, edited by the learned BARCIA, which, although in preparation since 1725, did not appear till 1729. Another similar edition, in 4 vols. folio, with portraits, was brought out at Antwerp, in 1728, one year previously, in haste to forestall the work which Barcia had in hand, but of course it is an inferior production, disfigured with faults, and omitting the fourteen maps which are upavoidably necessary for the understanding of the descripcion. It contains also so-called portraits of the Incas of Peru, which are merely copies of De Bry's fictitious engravings, while Barcia's edition gives the genuine desigos which Herrera himself

had used after the native pictures. 28320 - - Novus Orbis, metaphraste C. Barlæo, accesserunt et

aliorum Indiæ Occidentalis Descriptiones et Navigationis nuperæ Australis Jacobi Le Maire Historia, 17 maps, and several woodcuts in the text, vellum, £3. 38

Amst. Colin. 1622 28321

the same, sm. folio, with a fine PORTRAIT OF LE MAIRE, fine tall clean copy, in vellum covered with leather, froin the Sunderland library, £6. 68

1622 It is erroneously stated in the “ American Nuggets” that Barcia, in the preface to his edition of Herrera, repudiates the edition by Coljin as full of errors. The fact is, that Barcia makes nowhere any remark prejudicial to the above publication of 1622, which certainly contains a faithful translation of the descripcion of Herrera, and an equally faithful reproduction of the fourteen authentic maps, Barcia's remark had reference only to the Amsterdam edition of 1721. The volume is highly valuable as containing the first edition of the genuine Voyage of Le Maire (also issued in Latin and Dutch in the

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