COMINES, Phillipe de. The Historie, London: at Hatfield, for J. Norton, 1596. 2° (293 x 195mm.), title within wide woodcut border, initials, 15 full-page genealogical tables, errata leaf at end (title cropped with some fraying and browning at outer edge, some dampstaining, occasional light spotting), old speckled calf (head of upper joints split, rubbed, scuffed and stained), bookplate (2), some early underlining and marginalia. FIRST ENGLISH EDITION. Pforzheimer 190; STC 5602.
DACIER, André. The Life of Pythagoras, with his Symbols and Golden Verses ... The Golden Verses Translated from the Greek by N. Rowe, Esq., London: Jacob Tonson, 1707. 8° (some spotting and staining), contemporary calf (head of spine torn, rubbed, corners worn), bookplate (2).
PLUCHE, Noel Antoine. The History of the Heavens, considered according to the Notions of the Poets and Philosophers, London: for J. Osborn (and others), 1741. 2 volumes, 8°, engraved plates (plates trimmed and neatly laid down), contemporary speckled calf gilt (rubbed and scuffed), bookplate (3), early signature of John Mannock on titles.
With 6 other books including Jonathan Swift's A Tale of a Tub ... the fifth edition (London, 1710, imperfect), Roderic O' Flaherty's The Ogygia Vindicated (Dublin, 1775), Virgil's The Works ... Englished by Robert Andrews (Birmingham, Baskerville, 1766), Two Ancient Scottish Poems; the Gaberlunzie-Man, and Christ's Kirk on the Green. With notes and observations by John Callander, Esq. (Edinburgh 1782). (10)