1815 Catalogue, page 153, no. 13, as above.
Rogeri Aschami Angli, regiæ olim Maiestati à
Latinis epistolis, familiarivm epistolarvm libri III . . . Accesservnt hac postrema editione Ioannis Stvrmii, Hieronymi Osorii, aliorumque
epistolæ ad R. Aschamum aliosque Nobiles Anglos missæ. Addita svnt pavca qvaedam Rogeri Aschami poëmata. Omnia in stvdiosorvm gratiam collecta operâ & studio E. G. & nunc primùm in Germania edita. Adiecta est in fine eivsdem E. G. Oratio, de vita & obitu Rogeri Aschami, & eius dictionis elegantiâ.
12mo. 360 leaves including the last two blanks.
This edition not in the STC, and not in Lowndes.
Old calf, initialled by Jefferson at sig. I and T. With the Library of Congress 1822 bookplate.
Roger Ascham, 1515-1568, English scholar and author, for a time tutor to the Princess Elizabeth. The first edition of his
Familiarum Epistolarum was printed in England in 1576.
Ignatius Sancho’s letters.
1815 Catalogue, page 154, no. 18, as above.
Letters of the Late Ignatius Sancho, an African. In
Two Volumes. To which is prefixed, Memoirs of His Life. The
Third Edition. The First Volume.
Dublin: Printed by
Brett Smith, For
Richard Moncrieffe, N
o. 16, Capel-Street.
CT2750 .S3 A3
2 vol. in 1, 12mo. 162 leaves, continuous signatures and pagination, caption title for Vol. II on G
9, page , engraved portrait frontispiece by J. Wright [after Gainsborough].
This edition not in Lowndes.
Contemporary calf; not initialled by Jefferson; with the Library of Congress 1815 bookplate.
Ignatius Sancho, 1729-1780, was born on a slaveship, and at the age of two was brought to England. In 1782 his letters were collected by
Miss Crewe, one of his correspondents, who stated her motives in an Advertisement at the beginning, reprinted in this edition.
The portrait frontispiece in the first edition was by Bartolozzi after Gainsborough.
Joseph Jekyll, d. 1837, was the author of the anonymous
Life of Ignatius Sancho prefixed to the letters.
Les Lettres d’Abeillard et d’Heloise par Dom Gervaise.
La vie d’Abeillard et d’Heloise. par Dom Gervaise.
1815 Catalogue, page 154, no. 14 and 15, as above.
Les Veritables Lettres d’Abeillard et d’Heloise, tirés d’un Ancien Manuscrit
Latin . . . Traduit par l’Auteur de Leur Vie, avec des Notes Historiques & Critiques très-curieuses . . .
2 vol. 12mo.