Lot 3 of 429:
History of the Jesuits, 1769-70  

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$300 - $500

Title:
Versuch einer neuen Geschichte des Jesuiter-Ordens von dessen ersten Stiftung an bis auf die gegenwärtigen Zeiten
Author:
Adelung, Johann Christoph
Place:
Berlin und Halle
Publisher:
Date:
1769-1770
Description:

2 volumes. 32, 606, [2]; 26, [10], 428, [20] pp. (8vo) 19.7x11.5 cm (7¾x4½"), early (possibly original?) quarter calf & marbled boards, leather spine labels.

History of the Jesuit Order by the German grammarian and philologist. Old inkstamps of Bibl. Familiae Rajacsich to title pages; bookplates of the University of Chicago on front pastedowns, their inkstamps on the versos of the title pages. 

Lot Amendments
Condition:
A bit of rubbing to spines; some darkening to contents; very good.
 
Item number:
287663
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