Felicius, Ettore [or Hector] (fl. 17th Century) Iurisconsulti Italiae Praeclarissimi Tractatus Desideratissimus de Communione seu Societate. Geneva: Chouet, 1677. Quarto, edited by Hugo Boxel, with contributions by Angelo Felici, title printed in red and black, half-title present, [bound with] Georgi Henrici Goezi, D. P. ac Superint. Annaemontani, de Imperatoribus Romano-Germanicis, Dresden and Leipzig: Miethen, 1701; Joachimi Meieri J.U.L. & in Electorali Paedagogio Gottingensi Profess. P. de Bojorum Migrationibus & Origine, nec non de Claris Bohmeris Dissertatio Epistolica, Gottingen: Konigius, 1702; [and] De Bojorum Migrationibus nec non de Claris Bohmeris, ad Virum Maxime Reverendum & Execellentissimum, Gottingen: Woyken, [n.d. circa 1701]; contemporary parchment, 8 x 6 in. [together with] Morhof's (1639-1691) Polyhistor, in Tres Tomos, Lubeck: Bockman, 1714, quarto, engraved portrait opposite title, typographical title printed in red and black, very thick quarto bound in contemporary parchment, 8 x 6 3/4 in. (2)
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