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Polybius. Gr. Lat. Casauboni. not. var. recensit }

  Gronovius. re-edidit Ernestus
Lipsiae 1764. }

  apud Krausium. } 8 vol. 8 vo.

   Polybius by Hampton . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . }
1815 Catalogue, page 6. no. 71, Id. Gr. Lat. Casauboni, not. var. Gronovii et Ernesti, Lipsiae, 1764, and Eng. by Hampton, 8 v 8vo.
Πολυβιου του λυκορτα ιστοριων τα σωζομενα . . . Polybii Lycortæ F. Historiarvm qvæ svpersvnt interprete Isaaco Casavbono ex recensione Iacobi Gronovii cvm notis Casavbonorvm, Vrsini, Valesii, Palmerii et Iacobi Gronovii . . . Præfationem et Glossarivm Polybianvm adiecit Io. Avgvstvs Ernesti. Lipsiæ: apvd Io. Pavl. Kravisvm, 1763,4.-- The General History of Polybius. In Five Books. Translated from the Greek. By Mr. Hampton. The Third Edition. In Two Volumes . . . London: Printed by H. S. Woodfall, For J. Dodsley, 1762,3.
PA4391 .A2 1763
8 vol. 8vo. These editions were issued in three and two volumes respectively. They were conflated by Jefferson, and bound for him in 8 vol. calf, gilt backs, pale blue endpapers. Initialled by Jefferson in each volume, at sigs. I and T, Ii, Tt, Iii, etc., with the necessary periods inserted in the double lettered signatures. The Library of Congress 1815 bookplate in each volume.
The Ernesti edition was purchased from Froullé on August 16, 1787: idem [i. e. Polbyius [ Ed.-- sic ]] donné par hernesti, 3 vol. 8vo. 36 (livres). The English edition was ordered from Lackington’s last catalogue, no. 988. Hampton’s Polybius. 4 vols. [ Ed.-- sic ] 8vo. 14/-, in a letter to John Trumbull, written from Paris on May 18, 1788, who on June 20 reported having sent the books from Lackington, including Polybius 16/6.
In Jefferson’s undated manuscript catalogue the price of the two editions together is listed as 52-16 (livres).
Johann Augusti Ernesti, 1707-1781, German classical scholar and theologian.
James Hampton, 1721-1778, English scholar. The first edition of his translation of Polybius was published in 1756-61.
Livy. Dujatii in usum Delphini. 5. v. 4 to.
1815 Catalogue, page 5. no. 112, as above.
LIVIUS, Titus.
Titi Livii Patavini Historiarum Libri Qui Extant. Interpretatione et notis illustravit Joannes Dujatiis . . . in usum serenissimi Delphini . . . Accessere Librorum omnium deperditorum Supplementa, per Jo. Freinshemium . . . Parisiis: Apud Fredericum Leonard, M. DC. LXXIX. [-M. DC. LXXX., M. DC. LXXXII.] [1679-80-82.]
PA6452 .A2 1679
First Delphin Edition. 4to. 5 vol. only [should be 6]. Vol. I, 502 leaves including the blanks and titles, the last leaf of text before the Index has the catchword Joan.; vol. II, 448 leaves; this volume begins with the half-title for Tom. I, Pars II; the title for Tom. II has the imprint dated Paris, 1679; vol. III, 415 leaves; vol. IV, 358 leaves; vol. V, 396 leaves; printer’s device on each title-page, engraved plans, full-page and folded plates, medallion portraits, woodcut illustrations; text in long lines, above the notes in double columns.
Brunet III, page 1107.
Graesse IV, page 229.
Ebert 12106.
This edition not in Dibdin.
Old calf. Initialled by Jefferson at sigs. I and T in each volume. At the head of the two full-page plans in vol. I is written in ink Tomo j o. pag. 136 , and similarly
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