Apparatus literarius sive index librorum lectissimorum quos ... coemtos emturientibus offert Jo. August. Gottl. Weigel

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Page 373 - THE ORIGIN AND PROGRESS OF WRITING, as well Hieroglyphic as Elementary, Illustrated by Engravings taken from Marbles, Manuscripts, and Charters, Ancient and Modern ; also Some Account of the Origin and Progress of Printing.
Page 139 - The history of Japan ; giving An Account of the ancient and present State and Government of that Empire; of Its Temples, Palaces, Castles and other Buildings; of its Metals, Minerals, Trees, Plants, Animals, Birds and Fishes; of The Chronology and Succession of the Emperors...
Page 217 - Les plans et les descriptions de deux des plus belles maisons de campagne de Pline le consul.
Page 217 - Idée générale d'une collection complette d'estampes. Avec une dissertation sur l'origine de la gravure et sur les premiers livres d'images, Leipzig, 1771.
Page 487 - De l'origine des loix, des arts et des sciences, et de leurs progrès chez les anciens peuples (par GOGUET et FUGÈRE).
Page 387 - THE PSALMS OF DAVID IMITATED IN THE LANGUAGE OF THE NEW TESTAMENT, AND APPLIED TO THE CHRISTIAN STATE AND WORSHIP, BY I.
Page 465 - Indostan. Also a journey from Persia to England by an unusual route, with an appendix; containing an account of the diseases prevalent in Admiral Watson's squadron : a description of most of the trees, shrubs and plants of India, with their real or supposed medicinal virtues.
Page 181 - Voyage en Europe, Asie et Afrique où l'on trouve une grande variété de recherches géographiques, historiques et politiques...
Page 469 - ... lui a faussement attribuées avec les ouvrages de Jean Marot, son père, ceux de Michel Marot, son fils, et les pièces du différend de Clément avec François Sagon, accompagnées d'une préface historique et d'observations critiques (par Nie.
Page 265 - A Vindication of Homer and of the ancient poets and historians, who have recorded the siege and fall of Troy.

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