French and Italian Studies

Eseqvie Fatte In Venetia Dalla Natione Fiorentina Al Serenissimo D. Cosimo II Qvarto Gran Dvca Di Toscana Il...

Eseqvie fatte in Venetia dalla natione fiorentina al serenissimo D. Cosimo II qvarto gran dvca di Toscana il di 25 di maggio 1621.
Imprint: In Venetia : Appresso il Ciotti, 1621.
Physical Description: 24 leaves : ill., plan, port. ; 30 cm. (fol.)

Acquired through the Andrew B. Hammond Endowed Book Fund

Colophon: In Venetia, M. DC. XXI. Nella Stamperia di Gio: Battista Ciotti.
Signatures: A-M².
Leaves 2-18 have text on rectos and illustrations on versos, including portrait of Cosimo II (leaf 2) and plan of his catafalque (leaf 3).

Le Monde

French newspaper.

Le Monde

Le Monde newspaper in French.

Apes Urbanae, sive, de viris illustribus, qui ab anno MDCXXX per totum MDCXXXII Romae adfuerunt, ac typis aliquid evulgarunt.

Allaci, Leone.
Rome, Ludovico Grignano, 1633. 8vo., 276 pp., including title with engraved Barberini arms, and including Greek dedicatory poem. Bound in contemporary flexible vellum, title written on spine in ink.
Acquired through the Associates of Stanford University Libraries—Humanities Fund.

Manuscript and pamphlet by Du Tillet du Villars

(Du Tillet du Villars).
Vue d’un citoyen sur l’administration des terres & la confection d’un terrier perpetuel.
Par M. D. T. D. V.
Versailles, 1785. Manuscript

(Du Tillet du Villars).

Précis d’un projet d’établissement du cadastre dans le royaume.
Par M. D. T. D. V.
Paris: de L'Imprimerie de Clousier, et chez Pissot and Barrois, 1781.

Acquired through the Andrew B. Hammond Fund

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