Imágenes de página
PDF
ePub
[merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][ocr errors][merged small][merged small]
[ocr errors][ocr errors][ocr errors][ocr errors][ocr errors][ocr errors][merged small][merged small][ocr errors][ocr errors][ocr errors][ocr errors][ocr errors][ocr errors][merged small][ocr errors][ocr errors][ocr errors]

QUADERNOS, see FIGUREN, No. 18376 QUADRERIA Medicea. Without place or date (Fir. 1733 sq.). large fol. 5 vols.

This collection contains the pictures of the Medici gallery, engraved by Mogalli, Pichianti, Lorenzini, Gregori, and others after Fr. Petrucci's designs, but it is only

indifferently executed. The first 2 vols., which were engraved from 1733 to 1771, and properly alone bear the title of Quadreria, are the most important. The 1st vol. contains 94 leaves, the 2nd 93, the 3rd (by St. della Bella) 98, the 4th (by Callot) 105, the 5th (by different masters) 110. QUADRINS, see FIGUREN. QUADRIREGIO, see FREZZI. 18377 QUADRIO, Fr. Saverio. Della storia e della ragione d' ogni poesia. T. I. Bol., Pisarri, 1739 (also, Ven. 1739). T. II-V. Bol., Agnelli, 1741-52. 4°. 5 parts in 7 vols.

A tiresome and uncritical compilation, without any arrangement (Bouterwek Gesch. der Poesie, II. 535), but greatly sought after notwithstanding. QUADRUVIUM ecclesiæ,seeHUGO, No. 10360.

Q.

18378 QUÆRENGUS, And. De novo soc. Jesu collegio, Gregorii XIII. pontif. liberalitate extrui cœpto, carmen. Romæ, Fr. Zannettus, 1582. 4°.

A copy on vellum in the Royal library at Paris.

QUARTERLY Review, see RE

[merged small][ocr errors]
[merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][ocr errors]

18380 recueil de dissertations sur impr. roy., 1819. large 4°. with differens sujets d'antiquité. Par., plates. On vellum paper (36 fr.)

A separate impression of 6 dissertations in the Mém. de l'institut; only 50 copies

struck off.

18381 dissertation de l'architecture Egyptienne. Par. 1803. 4°. with plates. 18382

[ocr errors]
[ocr errors]

sur la statue antique de Vénus, découverte dans l'île de Milo en 1820. Par. 1821. 4°. 18383 QUATREMÈRE, Et. Recherches crit. et histor. sur la langue et la littérature d'Egypte. Par., impr. roy., 1808. large 8°. (12 fr., on vellum paper 24 fr.) 18384 mémoires geograph. et histor. sur l'Egypte et sur quelques contrées voisines, recueillis et extraits des manuscrits coptes, arabes etc. de la biblioth. impér. Par. 1811. 8. 2 voll. In addition,

Observations sur quelques points de la géographie de l'Egypte. Par. 1812. 8°.

The Observations are particularly directed against Champollion le jeune Recherches sur l'Egypte. Par. 1811. 8°. QUATROCIENTAS respuestas,see ENRIQUEZ.

18385 QUEBEDO, Vasco Mousinho de. Affonso Africano, poema heroyco, da presa d'Arzilla et Tanger. Lisb., Alvarez, 1611. 8°. 18386 QUENTIN, J. L'oreloge de dévotion, prouffitable pour exciter l'ame endormie par paresse. without date. 8°. Gothic letter, with woodcuts.

Par.

A copy on vellum in the Royal library at 5 G

Paris. A second with illuminated woodcuts is set down in Longman's catalogue, No. 6323, at 10 guineas. There is also an edition, Par., J. Trepperel, without date. 4°. Gothic letter, with woodcuts. 18387 QUER, Jos. Flora española ó historia de las plantas que se crian en España. Madr., Ibarra, 1762-64. large 4°. 4 vols. with 28, 28, 79, and 66 plates.-Continuacion de la flora española, ordenada, suplida y publicada por Gomez de Ortega. Madr. 1784. large 4°. 2 vols. with 23 plates. QUERCETANUS, see du CHESNE. QUEROLUS, see PLAUTUS, No. 17236 and 37.

Casim.

QUETIF, see ECHARD,
18388 QUEVEDO Villegas, Fr.
Obras. Madr., Ibarra, 1772. 4°.
6 vols. with plates.

[ocr errors]

A fine edition. The earlier editions, Madr. 1624. 4°. 6 voll. Brusselas, Foppens, 1660. 4°. 3 voll. Barcelona, 1702. 4°. 5 voll. Madr. 1713 or 20. 4°. 3 voll. Amst. 1726. 4°. 4 voll. Madr. 1736. 4°. 6 voll. are not sought after. 18389 obras. Madr., Sancha, 1790 -94. 8°. 11 vols. with plates.

The best edition, and fine.-Renouard 18398 possesses a work by Quevedo, which has never been printed, Grandes anales de quince dias, historia de muchas siglos que passaron en un mes (Catal. III. 256. Consult Santander's Catal. IV. 170). 18390

obras escogidas, con un vo-
Am-
cabulario español y frances.
beres, 1757. 8°. 2 vols.
18391 obras escogidas.
1794. 8°. 2 voll.

Madr.
Also, ib. 1800.

8°. 4 parts in 2 vols.

18392 obras jocosas. Lyon, Cor-
mon, 1821. 18°. voll.
4
Euvres, nouv. traduct. de l'espagn. par
Raclots. Brux. 1698, or 99, or 1700, or
1718. 12°. 2 vols. with plates. Euvres
choisies, trad. de l'espagn. Par. 1776. 12°.
Comical works translated by J. Stevens.
Lond. 1707 or 1709. 8°. De vol-geestige
Werken. Amst. without date. 12°. 2 voll.
with plates.
18393 el parnasso español y musas
castellanas. Corrigidas y enmen-
dadas de nuevo en esta impression
por Amuso Cultifragio. Madr.,
Pablo de Val, 1660. 4°.

Also, Brusselas, 1650. 4°. Madr. 1659.

[ocr errors]

4°.

These editions contain only the first 6 musas: the remaining 3 first appeared, Madr. 1670. 4°.

18394

[ocr errors]

el parnasso español y musas Castellanas. Barcelona, Figuerò, 1703. 4°. Las tres musas ultimas Castellanas. Secunda cumbre del parnasso español. Barcel., Llopis, 1702. 4°. 2 vols. with woodcuts. 18395 el parnasso español, monte en dos cumbres dividido, con las nueve musas Castellanas. Madr., Alonso de Padilla, 1729.4°. 2 vols.

with woodcuts.

[ocr errors]
[ocr errors]

The edition, Madr. 1724. 4°. also probably contains all the musas. 18396-poesias que publicò Fr. de Quevedo Villegas con le nombre de

Bachiller Fr. de la Torre. Madr. 1753. 4°.

This neat edition was superintended by
L. Jos. Velazquez.

18397 sueños discursos. Bar-
y
celona, Lacavalleria, 1628. 8°. Also,
Perpiñan, Breffel, 1679. 8°.

The German translation see under Mos-
CHEROSCH.

con.

historia de la vida del BusBarcelona, Deu, 1627. 8°. Also, Ruan, 1629. 8°.

In French (by de la Geneste), Par. 1644. 8°. Troyes, without date. 8°. Ff. 1671. 12°.

QUEYPO, see MERAS. Oriens 18329 QUIEN, Mch. le. christianus, quo exhibentur ecclesiæ, patriarchæ etc. totius orientis. Par., typ. reg., 1740. fol. 3 voll. Also on large paper.

To be considered as a continuation of the Corpus histor. Byz.

18400 (QUILLET, Cl.)Calvidii Leti callipædia s. de pulchræ prolis habendæ ratione, poema didacticon. LB., veneunt Parisiis, ap. Th. Joly, 1655. 4°.

The first less complete edition contains, besides other various readings, 6 verses in p. 50 against cardinal Mazarine, on account of which the cardinal caused a plot to be laid against him. Consult Patin, lettres à Spon, II 174. Menagiana, III. 232 sq. In the enlarged and corrected edition, Par., Joly, 1656. 8°. these 6 verses are

[ocr errors]

exchanged for 13 others in praise of Mazarine. This 2nd edition appeared under Quillet's name.

18401 - callipædia s. de pulchra prolis habendæ ratione, poema didacticon; acc. Scæv. Sammarthani pædotrophia s. de pueror. educatione poema. Lond., Bowyer, 1708 (other copies 1709). 8°. Also on large paper.

A good edition, in which the text is restored according to the first edition. Also, Par., Joly (Lps., Th. Fritsch), 1709. 8°. 18402 la callipédie, poëme latin de Cl. Quillet, avec la traduction en franç. (par Monhenault d'Egly). Amst. et Par., Durand, 1749. 8°. Also on large Dutch paper.-La callipédie ou la manière d'avoir de beaux enfans, poeme didactique, traduction libre en vers franç. du poëme lat. de Cl. Quillet (avec le texte à côté). Par., Bastien, 1774. 8.-La callipédie ou l'art de faire des beaux enfans, trad. par J. Mar. Caillau. Bordeaux, an 7 (1799). 12°. Also on vellum paper. 18403 callipedia or the art of getting pretty children, done into Engl. verse. Lond. 1710. 8.-The art of getting beautiful children, transl. by N. Rowe. Lond. 1720. 12.-Callipedia transl. by W. Oldisworth. Lond. 1729. 12°. 18404 (anon.) huwlyks mintafereel. Leerdicht, begrepen in 3 boeken door P. le Clercq. Amst. 1722. 8°. with plates. 18405 QUINAULT, Ph. Théâtre. Suivant la copie de Paris (Amst., Wolfgang), 1663. 12°. 2 voll.

This neat edition, which is sought after, contains only the author's 12 first pieces. and neither his Operas nor the Mère coquette. His 14 Operas are to be found in the 3 first vols. of the Recueil des opera. Suiv, la copie de Par. (Amst., Wolfgang), 1684 and 90. 12°.

18405

théâtre. Par. 1739 or 78. 12°. 5 vols. with plates.

The most complete editions, but not sought after. QUINCY, see QUATREMERE. 18406 QUINCY, Charl. Sevin Marquis de. Histoire militaire du

règne de Louis le Grand (XIV.) avec les plans nécessaires et un traité particulier de prâtiques et de

maximes de l'art militaire. Par., Mariette, 1726. 4°. 7 parts in 8 vols. with plates and maps. Also on large paper.

Sought after by French military men, and not easy to be met with. 18407 QUIÑONES, J. de. Explicacion de unas monedas de oro de emperadores Romanos, que se han hallado en el puerto de Guadarrama. Madr. 1620. 4°.

4 leaves of preliminary matter, 93 leaves, and leaf with the colophon. Very

scarce.

18408 QUINTANA, Fr. de. Historia de Hipolito y Aminta. Madr., Sanchez, 1627. 4°.

His Descripcion de la fiesta de Santiago el Verde in verse is appended. The above romance is reprinted, Madr. 1729. 4°. and ib. 1807. 8°. 2 vols. with plates. 18409 QUINTANA, Jacinto Arias de. Antiguedades y santos de la villa de Alcantara. Madr., Fernandez, 1661. 4°. 18410 QUINTANA, Manoel Jose. Poesias selectas castellanas, desde el tiempo de J. de Mena hasta nuestros dias, recogidas y ordenadas por Mar. Jose Quintana. Madr. 1807. 8°. 3 voll.

This greatly prized collection was reprinted under the title, Tesoro del parnaso español. Perpignan, 1818. 18°. 4 voll. 18411 vidas de Españoles celebres. T. I. Madr. 1807. 8°. No more has yet appeared. 18412

poesias. Madr. impr. real,

1802. 8°.

[ocr errors]

18413 QUINTILIANUS, Marcus Fabius. Institutionum oratoriarum libri XII. (edente J. Ant. Campano). Romæ, in via papæ prope S. Marcum (per Ph. de Lignamine), 3 Aug. 1470. fol.

The first edition, as is evident from this, that Andr. Aleriensis in the dedication of the following edition makes mention of it. That not U. Han but Ph. Lignamine was the printer, can hardly any longer be doubted according to Audiffredi Cat. edd. Rom. p. 46, 47. 111-117, and Dibdin Bibl.

« AnteriorContinuar »