Tractato dele piu’ maraviliose cose e piu’ notabile che si trouino in le parte del mondo redutte e colte sotto brevita in lo presente compendio del strenuissimo caualiere Ioanne de Mandauilla anglico nato nela cipta de sancto Albano. Stampato in Venexia per Manfredo de Sustreno daca Bonis, MCCCCCV adi XXVI Zenaro. Recased in fine eighteenth-century vellum with gilt-lettered label to spine. 8vo: A-Z4-AA-EE4, ff. nn. 112. Title page with a fine xilographic frame with decorative motifs on four sides. A very rare edition of the 1480 travel book by Mandeville, a book famous for blending reality and the author’s fantastical impressions of faraway lands, translated into Italian and published in Venice in 1505. Minor stains to title page, minimal restoration to the final two pages of the volume. Otherwise a very good copy, hinges sturdy, binding clean.
Mandeville, John, Tractato dele piu’ maraviliose cose e piu’ notabile che si trouino in le parte del mondo redutte e colte sotto brevita in lo presente compendio del strenuissimo caualiere Ioanne de Mandauilla anglico nato nela cipta de sancto Albano, Per Manfredo de Sustreno daca Bonis 1505
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MARSHALL, Joseph., Travels through Holland, Flanders, Germany, Denmark, Sweden, Lapland, Russia, The Ukraine, and Poland, in the Years 1768, 1769, and 1770. In which is particularly Minuted. The Present State of Those Countries, Respecting their Agriculture, Population, Manufactures, Commerce, The Arts, and Useful Undertakings [3 vols.]., Printed for J. Almon, 1772
Sorbière, Samuel de; Sprat, Dr. Thomas, A Voyage to England: Containing Many Things relating to the State of Learning, Religion, and Other Curiosities of the Kingdom; As also, Observations on the Fame Voyage, by Dr. Thomas Sprat, Fellow of the Royal Society, and now Lord Bishop of Rochester; With, A Letter of Monsieur Sorbiere’s Concerning the War between England and Holland in 1652, Printed and Sold by J. Woodward, 1709
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