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With an introduction by J.D. Bangs.

The Auction Catalogue of the Library of J. Arminius

A Facsimile Edition with Introduction


With an introduction by C.O. Bangs.

Demographic Transition in the Netherlands

A Statistical Analysis of Regional Differences in the Level and Development of the Birth Rate and of Fertility, 1850-1890

O.W.A. Boonstra and Ad M. van der Woude

A statistical analysis of regional differences in the level and development of the birth rate and of fertility, 1850-1890.

Ercole del Rio

After a hitherto unpublished manuscript owned by the Cleve land Public Library, Cleveland, Ohio (USA). Limited edition, of which only 200 copies are for sale outside the U.S.A.

Incunabula in Dutch Libraries (2 Vols.)

A Census of Fifteenth-Century Printed Books in Dutch Public Collections


Gerard van Thienen

The first comprehensive Census of fifteenth-century printed books preserved in the Netherlands.
I. Catalogue ( 4.759 entries, including the holdings of 85 Libraries, Museums and Archives)
II. Indexes and Concordances


Edited by Yehudi Lindeman

First English translation of any of Macropedius' plays. The original Latin version facing the English translation.

Leonhard Culmann: A Literary Biography and an Edition of Five Plays

As a Contribution to the Study of Drama in the Age of the Reformation


Matthias Wilhelm Senger

The five German plays by Leonhard Culmann (c. 1500-1561), originally published between 1539 and 1547, are typical in quality and structure for much of the dramatic production of the time. This is a text-edition of same, preceded by an extensive biography and followed by a voluminous apparatus of notes on the texts. A full bibliography is appended.

The Early Printed Editions (1518-1664) of Aeschylus

A Chapter in the History of Classical Scholarship


J.A. Gruys

This study deals with the Aeschylus editions published between 1518 (editio princeps) and 1664 (the last edition published before the end of the 18th century which had scholarly value) from two points of view: Bibliography and History of Scholarship. Emphasis is on the latter element.


Howard Jones

The first full-length study in English of Gassendi's life and work.
I. The Man and his Work
II. Gassendi the Critic (separate chapters devoted to the Aristoteleans, Herbert of Cherbury and Descartes)
III. Gassendi the Philosopher


Carl E. Maxcey

The texts examined in this study deal extensively with the doctrine of good works. In addition to several other writings examined they include the Apology, the Commentary on Romans of 1532, the Loci of 1533, the Loci of 1535, the Interims and the Loci of 1559.