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Breuitsima Relatione della Distrvttione, dell' Indie Occidentali/ di Monsig. Reverendiss./ Don Bartolomeo dalle Cate, Calaus, Sivigliano dell' Ordine de' Predicatori ; & Vescouo di Chiapa./ Conforme al suo vero Originale Spagnuolo già stampato in Siuiglia./ Tradotta in Italiano dall Eccell. Sig. Giacomo Castellani, già sotto nome di Francesco Berlabita. Al Molt, & Sig.' mio Il Sig./ Nicolo' Persico./ In Venetia Preffo Marco Ginammi. M.DC.XLII./ Con Licenza de' Superiori, & Priuilegio./ (History or very short account of the destruction of the West Indies. By My Lord the most reverend Don Bartholomew de Las Casas, or Casaus, of Seville, of the order of Preachers, and bishop of Chiapa. According to the true Spanish original formerly printed in Seville. Translated into Italian by His Excellency Signor James Castellani, formerly under the name of Francis Bers-abita. To the most Illustrious and most excellent Signor, my most Honored Lord, Signor Nicholas Persico. Venice, At Mark Ginammi's. 1643. With license of the Superiors, and privilege.) 3 prel. leaves and 150 pp. 4to.

(11. 1s. 1647) LAS CASAS (BARTHOLOMEO DE). Conqvista/ dell’

Indie/ Occidentali/ di Monsignor! Fra Bartolomeo dalle Case, ò Cataus, Siuigliano, Vofcouo di Chiapa./. Tradotta in Italiano per opera di Marco Ginammi./ All' & Sig:or/ & mio Padron Il Sig. Pietro Sagredo/ Procvratore di S. Marco./ In Venetia, M DC Xxxxv./ Presso Marco Ginammi./ Con Licenza de' Superiori, & Privilegio. (Conquest of the West Indies by

Lord, Brother Bartholomew de Las Casas or Casaus, of Seville, Bishop of Chiapa. Translated into Italian by the labours of Mark Ginammi. To the most Illustrious and excellent Lord, My Lord and most honoured patron the Lord Peter Sagredo, Procurator of Saint Mark. Venice, 1645. At Mark Ginammi's. With the license of the Superiors and privilege.) 184 pp:

Vellum. 4to.

(1l. 1s. 1647*) LAS CASAS (BARTHOLOME DE). The Tears of the

Indians :/ Being/ An Historical and true Account/ Of the Cruel/ Massacres and Slaughters/ of above Twenty Millions of innocent People;/ Committed by the Spaniards/ In the Inands of Hitpaniola, Cuba, Jamaica, &c./ As allo, in the Continent off Mexico, Peru, and other Places of the WestIndies,/ To the total destruction of those Countries./ Written in Spanish by Calaus,/ an Eye-witnets of those things ;/ And made English by J. P./ London,/ Printed by J. C. for Nath. Brook, at the Angels in Cornbil. 1656./ 15 prel. leaves; viz. 1st blank, Title the reverse blank, "To His Highness, Oliver Lord Protector of the Commonwealth of England, Scotland and Ireland, With the Dominions thereto belonging.'

pp. Signed J. Phillips. “To all true English-men.' 18 pp. Text 134 pp. Copper plate by 'B. Gaywood.' Old calf. Small 8vo.

(11. 15. 1648) LAS CASAS (BARTHOLOME DE). Popery! Truly

Display'd in its/ Bloody Colours :/ Or, a Faithful Narrative of the Horrid and Unexampled Marfacres, But-/cheries, and all manner of Cruelties, that Hell and/ Malice could invent, committed by the Popish Spanish/ Party on the Inhabitants of West-India :/ Together/ With the Devastations of leveral Kingdoms in America/ by Fire and Sword, for the space of Forty and Two Years, from the time of its first Discovery by them./ Compofed firft in Spanish by Bartholomew de las Calas, a Bishop/ there, and an Eye-Witness of most of these Barbarous Cruelties ;/ afterward Translated by him into Latin, then by other hands, into/ High-Dutch, Low-Dutch, French, and now Taught to speak/ Modern Englith./ London, Printed for R. Hewton at the Crown in Cornhil,/ near the Stocks-Market.

1689./ 4 prel. leaves and 80 pp. 4to. (21. 2s. 1649) LAS CASAS (BARTOLOME DE). La Decouverte)

des/ Indes Occidentales,/ par/ les Espagnols./ Ecrite par Dom Balthazar de Las-/Casas, Evêque de Chiapa./ Dedié à Monseigneur le Comte/ de Toulouse.) A Paris, Chez Andrè Prelard, ruë Saint Jacques, à l'Occasion! M.dc.xcvii. Avec Privilege du Roi./ (The Discovery of the East Indies by the Spaniards. Written by Don Balthasar de Las Casas, Bishop of Chiapa. Dedicated to my Lord, the Count of Toulouse. Paris, At Andrew Prelard's, St. James Street, at the Opportunity, 1697. With the King's privilege). 6 prel. leaves including engraved title ; Text 382 pp; Table 2 pp. Old calf. 12mo.

(12s. 6d. 1650) LAS CASAS (BARTHOLOME DE). Relation/ des/

Voyages/ et des découvertes/ Que les Espagnols ont fait dans les/ Indes Occidentales ;/ Ecrite par Dom B. de Las-Calas, Evê-/que de Chiapa. Avec la Relation curieuse des Voyages du/ Sieur de Montauban, Capitaine des/ Filbustiers, en Guinée l'an 1695.) A Amsterdam, Chez J. Louis de Lorme Libraire lur le/ Rockin, à l'enseigne de la Liberte.'' M.DcxcvII.) prel. leaves, including Frontispiece ; Text 402 pp: Catalogue, 2 pp. blank leaf; Followed by L'Art de Voyager/ Útilement./ Suivant la Copie de Paris.) A Amsterdam,/ Chez J. Louis de Lorme Libraire sur le/ Rockin, à l'enseigne de la Liberte.'/ M.DC.xcvii./ 2 prel. leaves and 52 pp. Old calf. 12mo.

(10s. 6d. 1651) LAS CASAS (BARTHOLOME DE). An/ Account/ Of

the First/ Voyages and Discoveries/ Made by the Spaniards in America./ Containing/ The most Exact Relation hitherto pub/lith’d, of their unparalleld Cruelties/ on the Indians, in the destruction of a-/bove Forty Millions of people. With the Propositions offer'd to the King of Spain,/ to prevent the further Ruin of the West-Indies./ By Don Bartholomew de las Casas, Bishop of Chiapa, who was an Eye-witness of their Cruelties./ luitrated with Cuts./ To which is added,/ The Art of Travelling, thewing how a Man may/ difpofe his Travels to the best advantage./ London, Printed by J. Darby for D. Brown at the Black Swan/ and Bible without Temple-Bar, J. Harris at the/ Harrow in Little Britain, and Andr. Bell at the Cross-keys and Bible in Cornbil. M.DC.Xc.ix./ 4 prel. leaves; viz. Title, Preface, and Contents: Text 248 pp. "The Art of Travelling to Advantage.' 40 pp. 2 copperplates, each in two leaves at page 1. Old calf. 8vo.

(12s. 6d. 1652) LAS CASAS (BARTHOLOME DE). Breve Relacion

de la Destruccion de las Indias Occidentales, Presentada a Felipe II siendo Principe de Asturias por D. Fr. Bartolomé de las Casas, Del Orden de


Predicadores, Obispo de Chiapa. Impresa en Sevilla en 1552. Reimpresa en Londres Por Schulze y Dean, 13, Poland Street. 1812. Half-title, title,

and 140 pp. Uncut. 12mo. (10s. 6d. 1653) LASO DE LA VEGA (ANTONIO DE CORDOVA).

of / Por/ D. Antonio de Cordova/ Lafo de la Vega, Capitan de las Guardas/ de el Governador, y Teniente Gene-/ral de la Cavalleria del Reyno, de Chile. Con El Señor Fiscal del Consejo de Indias, y el Promotor Fiscal/ de Cobranças de él./ [Lima 1620?] 4 unnumbered leaves, unbound. Folio.

(11. 1$. 1654) LASSO DE LA VEGA (GABRIEL). Elogios/ en

loor de/ los Tres Famosos Varo-/nes Don layme Rey de Aragon, Don Fernan-/do Cortes Marques del Valle, y Don Aluaro de Baçan Marques de Santacruz. Cõpuestos por Gabriel Latlo dela Vega Côtino del R. N. S./ Dirigidos a Don Gaspar Galçaran de Castro y Pi- nos, Cõde de Guimaran, Vizcõde de Ebol, &c.) Año 1601/. Con priuilegio, En Caragoça por Alonso Rodriguez./ 8 prel. leaves and 144 folioed leaves. Fine copy. Old calf. 16mo.

(31. 13s. 6d. 1655) LAST (The)/ Eaft-Indian/ Voyage./ Containing

Mvch) varietie of the State of the leuerall/ kingdomes where they haue traded :/ with the Letters of three feuerall Kings/ to the Kings Maiestie of England,/ begun by one of the Voyage: fince continued/ out of the faithfull obferuations of them that are come home./ At London, Printed by T. P. for Walter Burre./ 1606./ Title, reverse blank ; "To the Reader.' 1 page, Signed ‘W. B.' Text, sig.

B to K in fours. Half mor. 4to. (31. 3s. 1658) LATHROP (John). A Discourse Preached, De

cember 15th 1774. Being the day recommended By the Provincial Congress, To be Observed In thanksgiving to God for the Blessings enjoyed; and humiliation on account of public Calamities. By John Lathrop, A.M. Pastor of the Second Church in Boston. Boston : Printed by D. Kneeland; and Sold by Samuel Webb, in Queen-Street. 1774. 39 pp. Uncut. 8vo.

(4s. 6d. 1657) LATHROP (Joseph). Two Sermons, on the

Christian Sabbath, for Distribution in the New


Settlements of the United States. By Joseph Lathrop, D.D. Paftor of the first Church in WeftSpringfield. Northampton, (Massachusetts.) Printed By William Butler, (For the Hampshire Missionary Society.) 1803.

28 pp. Uncut. 8vo.

(2s. 6d. 1658) LATOUR (A. LACARRIERE). Historical Memoir

of the War in West Florida and Louisiana in 1814-15. With an Atlas. By Major A. Lacarriere Latour, Principal Engineer in the Seventh Military District United States' Army. Written Originally in French, and translated for the Author, by ft. P. Nugent, Esq. Philadelphia : Published by John Conrad and Co, J. Maxwell, printer 1816.

ax and 264 pp. ' Appendix,' cxc pp. With 7 colored maps and plans. Boards, uncut. 8υο.

(15s. 1659) LAW (William). An Extract from a Treatise By

William Law, M.A. Called, The Spirit of Prayer; or, The Soul rising out of the Vanity of Time, into the Riches of Eternity. Discovering the true Way of turning to God, and of finding the Kingdom of Heaven the Riches of Eternity in our Souls. Philadelphia : Printed by B. Franklin, and

D. Hall. 1760. 47 pp. 8vo. (10s. 6d. 1660) LAWSON (DeodAT). Christ's Fidelity, the only/

Shield/ against/ Satan's Malignity./ Asserted in a/ Sermon/ Deliver'd at Salem-Village the/ 24th of March, 1692. Being Lecture-/day there, and a time of Publick Examination, of tome Suspected/ for Witchcraft./ By Deodat Lawson, Minifter/ of the Gospel./ The Second Edition. Printed at Boston in New-England, and Reprinted/ in London by R. Tokey for the Author ; etc. 1704./ 6 prel. leaves, and 120 pp. Fine copy, half calf. 12mo.

(21. 2s. 1661) LAWSON (John). A New Voyage to Carolina;

Containing the Exact Description and Natural History of that Country: Together with the Prefent State thereof. And A Journal Of a Thousand Miles, Travel'd thro' several Nations of Indians. Giving a particular Account of their Customs, Manners, &c. By John Lawson, Gent. SurveyorGeneral of North-Carolina. London: Printed in

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