PERCYVALL, Richard. A Dictionarie in Spanish and English. London: Edm[und] Bollifant, 1599. Woodcut device on title. (Title slightly cut down at fore-margin) FIRST EDITION. STC 19620. [Bound with:] A Spanish Grammar, first collected ... by Richard Perciuale ... done by Iohn Minsheu. ibid., 1599. 2 parts. Woodcut device on titles. FIRST EDITION usually found with the above. STC 19622. 2 works in one volume, 2° (281 x 184mm). Late 17th-century English panelled calf, spine gilt in compartments, gilt arms on sides of Algernon Capell, Earl of Essex (rebacked with original spine preserved, head and foot of spine a trifle worn, corners repaired). Provenance: Algernon Capell, Earl of Essex (binding and armorial bookplate, dated 1701).
[John BARET (d. 1580?)]. An Alvearie or Quadruple Dictionarie, containing foure sundrie tongues: namelie, English, Latine, Greeke, and French.... London: Henry Denham for William Seres, 1580. 2° (280 x 176mm). Title within a fine woodcut border [McKerrow 140]. Large decorative woodcut initials, the first containing the arms of Lord Burghley. (Title mounted, and lacking a small strip of the outer border as usual, without first leaf, blank except for signature, and without final blank.) Sprinkled calf gilt by Mansell, gilt edges. Provenance: Tho: Day (17th-century signature at head of title); Davis Clarke (later 17th-century signature at head of title and at foot of A3r). Second, enlarged, edition corrected by Abraham Fleming. STC 1411. (2)