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QUADERNOS, see FIGUREN, No. principaux monumens de cet art. 7549.

Par., Didot, 1815. large fol. with 18376 QUADRERIA Medicea. With- 32 partly illuminated plates. out place or date (Fir. 1733 sq.). Only 250 copies of this splendid work large fol. 5 vols.

were printed (at 200 fr.), besides 10 copies This collection contains the pictures of

on vellum paper (400 fr.). the Medici gallery, engraved by Mogalli, 18380 recueil de dissertations sur Pichianti, Lorenzini, Gregori, and others differens sujets d'antiquité. Par., after Fr. Petrucci's designs, but it is only indifferently executed. The first 2 vols.,

impr. roy., 1819. large 4o. with which were engraved from 1733 to 1771,

plates. On vellum paper (36 fr.) and properly alone bear the title of Qua- A separate impression of 6 dissertations dreria, are the most important. The ist

in the Mém. de l'institut ; only 50 copies vol. contains 94 leaves, the 2nd 93, the 3rd

struck off. (hy St. della Bella) 98, the 4th (by Callot) 18381 dissertation de l'architecture

105, the 5th (by different masters) 110. Egyptienne. Par. 1803. 4° with QUADRINS, see FIGUREN. plates. QUADRIREGIO, see FREZZI. 18382 sur la statue antique de 18377 QUADRIO, Fr. Saverio. Della Vénus, découverte dans l'île de storia e della ragione d'ogni poesia. Milo en 1820. Par. 1821. 4o.

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T. I. Bol., Pisarri, 1739 (also, 18383 QUATREMÈRE, Et. Re.
Ven. 1739). T. II-V. Bol., Ag- cherches crit. et histor. sur la
nelli, 1741-52. 4o. 5 parts in 7 langue et la littérature d'Egypte.
vols.

Par., impr. roy., 1808. large 8o.
A tiresome and uncritical compilation, (12 fr., on vellum paper 24 fr.)
without any arrangement ( Bouterwek
Gesch. der Poesie, II. 5.35), but greatly histor. sur l’Egypte et sur quelques

18384 mémoires geograph. et sought after notwithstanding. QUADRUVIUM ecclesiæ,see HUGO,

contrées voisines, recueillis et exNo. 10360.

traits des manuscrits coptes, arabes 18378 QUÆRENGUS, And. De

etc. de la biblioth. impér. Par. novo soc. Jesu collegio, Gregorii Observations sur quelques points de

1811. 8. 2 voll. In addition, XIII. pontif. liberalitate extrui coepto, carmen. Romæ, Fr. Zan

la géographie de l’Egypte. Par.

1812. 8?.
nettus, 1582. 4o.

The Observations are particularly di-
A copy on vellum in the Royal library at
Paris.

rected against Champollion le jeune Re

cherches sur l’Egypte. Par. 1811. 8°. QUARTERLY Review, see RE- QUATROCIENTASrespuestas,see

ENRIQUEZ. 18379 QUATREMÈRE de Quincy, 18385 QUEBEDO, Vasco Mousinho Ant. Chrysost. Le Jupiter Olym- de. Affonso Africano, poema hepien ou l'art de la sculpture antique royco, da presa d’Arzilla et Tanger. considéré sous un nouveau point de Lisb., Alvarez, 1611. 8°. vue. Ouvrage qui comprend un 18386 QUENTÍN, J. L'oreloge de

, essai sur la sculpture polychrôme, dévotion, prouffitable pour exciter l'analyse explicative de la toreu- l'ame endormie par paresse. Par. tique, et l'histoire de la statuaire

without date. 8°. Gothic letter, en or et en ivoire chez les Grecs et

with woodcuts. hanya les Romains, avec la restitution des A copy on vellum in the Royal library at

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Paris. A second with illuminated wood- 4°. These editions contain only the first 6 cuts is set down in Longman's catalogue, musas : the remaining 3 first appeared, No. 6323, at 10 guineas. There is also an Madr. 1670. 4°. edition, Par., J. Trepperel, without date.

18394 4o. Gothic letter, with woodcuts.

el parnasso español y musas

Castellanas. 18387 QUER, Jos. Flora española

Barcelona, Figuerò, ó historia de las plantas que se

1703. 4°. Las tres musas ultimas

Castellanas. Secunda cumbre del crian en España. Madr., İbarra,

. 1762–64. large 4o. 4 vols. with 28, parnasso español. Barcel., Llopis, 28, 79, and 66 plates.- Continua. 1702. 4°. 2 vols. with woodcuts.

18395 cion de la flora española, ordenada,

el parnasso español, monte suplida y publicada por Casim.

en dos cumbres dividido, con las Gomez de 'Ortega. Madr. 1784. Alonso de Padilla, 1729.4o. 2 vols.

nueve musas Castellanas. Madr., large 4°. 2 vols. with 23 plates.

with woodcuts. QUERCETANUS, see du CHESNE. QUEROLUS, see PLAUTUS, No.

The edition, Madr. 1724. 4o. also pro

bably contains all the 9 musas. 17236 and 37. QUETIF, see ECHARD.

18396 — poesias que publicò Fr. de 18388 QUEVEDO Villegas, Fr. Quevedo Villegas con le nombre de Obras. Madr., Ibarra, 1772. 4°.

Bachiller Fr. de la Torre. Madr. 6 vols. with plates.

1753. 4° A fine edition. The earlier editions,

This neat edition was superintended by Madr. 1624. 4°. 6 voll. Brusselas, Fop

L. Jos. Velazquez. pens, 1660. 4° 3 voll. Barcelona, 1702. 18397 sueños

у
discursos.

Bar4o. 5 voll.

Madr. 1713 or 20. 4°. 3 voll. Amst. 1726. 4°. 4 voll. Madr. 1736. 4°.

celona, Lacavalleria, 1628.8°. Also, 6 voll. are not sought after.

Perpiñan, Breffel, 1679. 8°. 18389 obras. Madr., Sancha, 1790

The German translation see under Mos-94. 8°. 11 vols. with plates.

The best edition, and fine.-Renouard 18398 historia de la vida del Buspossesses a work by Quevedo, which has

Barcelona, Deu, 1627. .8o. never been printed, Grandes anales de

Also, Ruan, 1629. 8. quince dias, historia de muchas siglos que passaron en

In French (by de la Geneste), Par. ( Catal. III. 256. Consult Santander's Catal. IV. 170).

1644. 8°. Troyes, without date. 8°. Ff.

1671. 12°. 18390 obras escogidas, con un vocabulario español y frances. Am- QUEYPO, see Meras.

Oriens beres, 1757. 8°. 2 vols.

18329 QUIEN, Mch. le.

christianus, quo exhibentur ecclesiæ, 18391 obras escogidas. Madr.

1794. 8°. 2 voll. Also, ib. 1800. patriarchæ etc. totius orientis. Par., 8o. 4 parts in 2 vols.

typ. reg., 1740. fol. 3 voll. Also

. 18392 - obras jocosas. Lyon, Cor

on large paper.

To be considered as a continuation of mon, 1821. 180.

4
voll.

the Corpus histor. Byz. Euvres, nouv. traduct. de l'espagn. par Raclots. Brux. 1698, or 99, or 1700, or 18400 (QUILLET, Cl.)Calvidii Leti 1718. 12°. 2 vols. with plates. Euvres callipædia s. de pulchræ prolis hachoisies, trad. de l'espagn. Par. 1776. 12°. bendæ ratione, poema didacticon. Comical works translated by J. Stevens.

LB., veneunt Parisiis, ap. Th. Lond. 1707 or 1709. 8°. De vol-geestige Werken. Amst. without date. 12°. 2 voll. Joly, 1655. 4°. with plates.

The first less complete edition contains, 18393 el parnasso español y musas

у

besides other various readings, 6 verses in castellanas. Corrigidas y enmen

p. 50 against cardinal Mazarine, on account dadas de nuevo en esta impression

of which the cardinal caused a plot to be

laid against him. Consult Patin, lettres à por Amuso Cultifragio. *Madr.,

Spon, II. 174. Menagiana, III. 232 sq. Pablo de Val, 1660. 4°.

In the enlarged and corrected edition, Also, Brusselas, 1650. 4°. Madr. 1659. Pur., Joly, 1656. 8°. these 6 verses are

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exchanged for 13 others in praise of Ma- règne de Louis le Grand (XIV.) zarine. This 2nd edition appeared under

avec les plans nécessaires et un Quillet's name. 18401 callipædia s. de pulchræ

s. de pulchræ traité particulier de pratiques et de

maximes de l'art militaire. Par., prolis habendæ ratione, poema di

Mariette, 1726. 4°. 7 parts in 8 dacticon; acc. Scæv. Sammarthani

vols. with plates and maps.

Also pædotrophia s. de pueror. educa

on large paper. tione poema. Lond., Bowyer, 1708

Sought after by French military men, (other copies 1709). 8°. Also on

and not easy to be met with. large paper,

A good edition, in which the text is 18407 QUIÑONES, J. de. Explirestored according to the first edition. Also,

cacion de unas monedas de oro de Par., Joly (Lps., Th. Fritsch), 1709. 8°. emperadores Romanos, que se han 18402 — la callipédie, poëme latin de hallado en el puerto de GuadarCl. Quillet, avec la traduction en rama. Madr. 1620. 4o. franç. (par Monhenault d’Egly). 4 leaves of preliminary matter, 93 leaves, Amst. et Par., Durand, 1749. 8°.

and i leaf with the colophon. Very Also on large Dutch paper.--La

Hiscallipédie ou la manière d'avoir de 18408 QUINTANA, Fr. de. beaux enfans, poeme didactique, toria de Hipolito y Aminta. Madr., traduction libre en vers franç. du

Sanchez, 1627. 4o.

His Descripcion de la fiesta de Santiago poëme lat. de Cl. Quillet (avec le

el Verde in verse is appended. The above texte à côté). Par., Bastien, 1774. romance is reprinted, Madr. 1729. 4°. and 8°.—La callipédie ou l'art de faire ib. 1807. 8°. 2 vols. with plates. des beaux enfans, trad. par J. Mar. 18409 QUINTANA, Jacinto Arias Caillau. Bordeaux, an 7 (1799). de. Antiguedades y santos de la 12°. Also on vellum

paper.

villa de Alcantara. Madr., Fer18403 callipedia or the art nandez, 1661. 4o. of getting pretty children, done 18410 QUINTANA, Manoel Jose. into Engl. verse.

Poesias selectas castellanas, desde el 8o.—The art of getting beautiful tiempo de J. de Mena hasta nuechildren, transl. by N. Rowe. Lond.

stros dias, recogidas y ordenadas 1720. 12°.-Callipedia transl. by por Mar. Jose Quintana. Madr. W. Oldisworth. Lond. 1729. 12°. 1807. 8. 3 voll. 18404 — (anon.) huwlyks mintafereel. This greatly prized collection was reLeerdicht, begrepen in 3 boeken printed under the title, Tesoro del parnaso door P. le Clercq. Amst. 1722.

español. Perpignan, 1818. 18o. 4 voll. 8°. with plates.

18411 - vidas de Españoles celebres. 18405 QUİNAULT, Ph. Théâtre.

T. I. Madr. 1807. 8o. Suivant la copie de Paris (Amst.,

No more has yet appeared. Wolfgang), 1663. 12o. 2 volì. 18412 — poesias. Madr. impr. real, This neat edition, which is sought after,

1802. 89. contains only the author's 12 first pieces, 18413 QUINTILIANUS, Marcus and neither his Operas nor the Mère co

Fabius. Institutionum oratoriarum quette. His 14 Operas are to be found in the 3 first vols. of the Recueil des opera.

libri XII. (edente J. Ant. CamSuiv. la copie de Par. (Amst., Wolfgang), pano). Romæ, in via papæ prope 1684 and 90. 12°.

S. Marcum (per Ph. de Ligna18405 théâtre. Par. 1739 or 78. mine), 3 Aug. 1470. fol. 12°. 5 vols. with plates.

The first edition, as is evident from this,

that Andr. Aleriensis in the dedication of The most complete editions, but not sought after.

the following edition makes mention of it. QUINCY, see QUATREMÈRE.

That not U. Han but Ph. Lignamine was

the printer, can hardly any longer he 18406 QUINCY, Charl. Sevin Mar

doubted according to Audiffredi Cat. edd. Histoire militaire du

Rom. p. 46, 47. 111-117, and Dibdin Bibl.

Lond. 1710:

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Spenc. II. 305 sq. 281 leaves with 35 lines, Schurener de Bopardia, die penult. without signatures, catchwords, and pagination. At the beginning are a letter of Cam

Oct. 1475. small fol. panus to the cardinal Fr. Piccolomini and

The editio princeps of the Declamationes the list of chapters in 4 leaves. Leaf 5a

and extremely scarce, of which however only begins the text of Quintilian without any

the Gladiator, Sepulchrum incantatum and further superscription, and the ist line is,

Gemini languentes are to be found herein.

24 leaves with 35 lines, without signatures, Fflagitasti quottidiano conuitio ut libros quos ad. The Greek words are printed with

catch words, and pagination. Leaf ib is

Calderinus's letter to Anellus Archamonus, Greek types, of which, as well as of the Latin types, Dibdin has given a facsimile,

leaf 2a begins the text, (the ist line is, Incipit Gladiator) and leaf 24b is the colo

phon. A copy on vellum is in the duke of Marlborough's library at Blenheim, see Dibdin's 18417 institutiones oratoriæ diliBibliomania, p. 424, and Beloe's Anecdotes, genter emendatæ. Mediol., Ant. IV. 236. An edition of 1468 by U. Han Zarothus, 5 id. Jun. 1476. fol. is a non-entity.

Scarce and tolerably fine. Spaces are left 18414 institutionum oratoriar. for the Greek words. 206 leaves with 41 libri XII. (edente J. Andrea episc.

lines and the signatures a-%, 8, o and R. Aleriensi). Romæ, Cr. Sweynheym

Leaf ja (signature a i) line 1 is M. FA

BI QVINTILIANVS VICTORIO et Arn. Pannartz, (1470). fol. MARCELLO. S.

The second edition, not less scarce, of 18418 oratoriar. institutionum which only 275 copies were printed. 238 leaves with 38 lines, without signatures,

libri XII. (cum epist. Omniboni catchwords, and pagination. The first 4

Leoniceni). Without place or date. leaves contain the editor's dedication of 199 printed leaves, with 39 lines and the 1470 to Paul II., Campanus's letter from signatures a-D. It begins with 2 leaves the preceding edition and the list of chap- of list of chapters. Then follows in leaf 3 b ters. Leaf 5a begins the text, and the ist

the same letter of Leonicenus, which is in line is, M. Fabius Quintilianus Victorio the edition of 1471, and the 1st line is, Marcello Salutem. The book ends in leaf Euerendissimo in christo patri : ac domino 238b with 8 verses, Aspicis illustris etc. meo observādissimo do. But the passage in without any date, which must be taken

which the printer Jenson is mentioned is from the dedication.

omitted here. The text commences in leaf

4", and the ist line is, M. CELSVS FA. 18415 institutionum oratoriar. BIVS QVINTILIANVS TRIPHONI libri XII. ab Omnibono Leoniceno BI. This edition is merely a reprint of emendati. (Ven.), N. Jenson, 21

Jenson's of 1471, even with the same error

of omission in l. VI. c. 6.; but the Greek Maji 1471. fol.

words are here inserted. It was decidedly A fine edition, but less scarce than the printed at Venice (as is evident from the two preceding. 212 leaves (the last blank) paper mark of the scales) and, as I think, by with 39 lines, without signatures, catch

İ. de Colonia about 1477. words, and pagination. The first 2 leaves

18419 declamationes (XIX.) ex(which are also sometimes at the end) contain a tabula Quintiliani, or list of chapters.

actissime recognitæ. Ven., Lucas Leaf 3 is blank on the folio recto, and con3

Venetus, 4. non. Augusti 1481, fol. tains on the reverse a letter of Leonicenus The editio princeps of these 19 declamato Moses de Bufarelis. Leaf 4a begins the tions, and superintended by J. Grasolarius. text without any farther superscription. 122 leaves with 35 lines and the signatures Leaf 2ub is the colophon and leaf 212 is a-t. Leaf ia begins with the editor's letter blank. The Greek passages are omitted, to Gr. de Priotis, the text follows in leaf 2a. and an entire line is wanting in the ist Leaf 122a is the colophon, and on the repage of the 6th chapter of the 6th book. verse a register. A copy on vellum, (two copies according to

18420 declamationes (XIX.) exDibdin's Decam. II. 373.) is in the Royal library at Paris. Mr. Hibbert of Clapham

actissime recognitæ. Ven., Lucas near London, now possesses a second ; 491

Venetus, nonis Juniis, 1482. fol. fr. Gaignat; 500 fr. Vallière; 1515 fr. Merely a repetition of the preceding. M‘Carthy.

88 leaves (the 1st blank) with 38 lines, and the signatures, a-o.

Leaf 2a is the same 13416 declamationes tres. Domit.

letter of Grasolarius, leaf za begins the Calderinus emendavit. Romæ, J. text, and the 1st line is, M. FABII

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