P. VIRGILII MARONIS. OPERA. INTERPRETATIONE ET NOTIS ILLUSTRAVIT CAROLUS RUAEUS, SOC. JESU. JUSSU CHRISTIANISSIMI REGIS. AD USUM SERENISSIMI DELPHINI. . . HUIC EDITIONI ACCESSIT CLAVIS VIRGILIANA. (Spine title: Virgil Delphini.")

Virgil [Publii Virgilii Maronis - Publius Vergilius Maro.]

Published by Phialdelphia [PA]: published by Joseph Allen and sold by J.B. Lippincott & co., [no date, circa 1845-1855].
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Collates as [fp], [ffep], [ffly], [foldout frontis map], ii-v, [1], vi-xxiv, 1-567, [1], [2], 1-106, [rfly], [rfep], [rp]. Hardcover: H 23.5cm x L 15.25cm. Original full calf leather; front joint splitting with board tenuously attached; rear board is firm; both boards rubbed and scuffed with corners well worn; spine ends worn with head peeling back from underlying quires; surface chip (H 3.5cm x L 1.5cm) near spine heel; spine's black title label retains bright gilt lettering with horizontal gilt bars having some flaking and loss particularly those at the spine ends. Pencil signatures of "Tam Brownrigg" on front pastedown, front free endpaper (along with Latin pencil notes in similar hand), and again on concluding page 106 of Index. Foldout frontispiece map worn along fore-edge from not being correctly re-folded at original fold-line so that edge protrudes past that of text block. Pages 157-182 pulled. Mostly light to occasionally mild foxing/toning to interior leaves which, overall, remain quite clean. Text block still firmly bound. Separately paged Index at rear with title "Clavis Virgiliana: Or a Vocabulary of all the words in Virgil's Bucolics Georgics, and Aeneid . . . " Exceptionally scarce mid-19th century Columbus, Mississippi silver bookseller ticket for Frierson & Teasdale at front pastedown's top right corner. A fair antiquarian copy. OCLC cites Joseph Allen-Philadelphia imprints for 1831, 1834, 1838, 1839 but, as no publishing date is provided upon the title page, this edition should date from the mid-1840s to mid-1850s per the binding and paper as well as local research indicating that bookseller/stationer Frierson & Teasdale was operating after 1850. (The bookseller ticket shares a faint tone line with the front pastedown caused by the overlapping underlying leather which seems to indicate that the ticket's age is commensurate with the book itself.) The book also enjoys a long Southern provenance per the aforementioned ownership signatures of Tam Brownrigg. Moving from North Carolina, General Richard Thomas Brownrigg (1793-1847) settled in Columbus, Mississippi in 1835 and established a 2000 acre cotton plantation and constructed a manor house, Temple Heights, which still stands today. General Brownrigg had seven children including Thomas "Tam" John Brownrigg who reached the rank of captain in the Confederate Army 9th Battalion Mississippi Sharpshooters. Bookseller Inventory #

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Title: P. VIRGILII MARONIS. OPERA. INTERPRETATIONE ...
Publisher: Phialdelphia [PA]: published by Joseph Allen and sold by J.B. Lippincott & co., [no date, circa 1845-1855].

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Virgil [Publii Virgilii Maronis - Publius Vergilius Maro.]
Published by Phialdelphia [PA]: published by Joseph Allen and sold by J.B. Lippincott & co., [no date, circa 1845-1855]. (1855)
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Book Description Phialdelphia [PA]: published by Joseph Allen and sold by J.B. Lippincott & co., [no date, circa 1845-1855]., 1855. Collates as [fp], [ffep], [ffly], [foldout frontis map], ii-v, [1], vi-xxiv, 1-567, [1], [2], 1-106, [rfly], [rfep], [rp]. Hardcover: H 23.5cm x L 15.25cm. Original full calf leather; front joint splitting with board tenuously attached; rear board is firm; both boards rubbed and scuffed with corners well worn; spine ends worn with head peeling back from underlying quires; surface chip (H 3.5cm x L 1.5cm) near spine heel; spine's black title label retains bright gilt lettering with horizontal gilt bars having some flaking and loss particularly those at the spine ends. Pencil signatures of "Tam Brownrigg" on front pastedown, front free endpaper (along with Latin pencil notes in similar hand), and again on concluding page 106 of Index. Foldout frontispiece map worn along fore-edge from not being correctly re-folded at original fold-line so that edge protrudes past that of text block. Pages 157-182 pulled. Mostly light to occasionally mild foxing/toning to interior leaves which, overall, remain quite clean. Text block still firmly bound. Separately paged Index at rear with title "Clavis Virgiliana: Or a Vocabulary of all the words in Virgil's Bucolics Georgics, and Aeneid . . . " Exceptionally scarce mid-19th century Columbus, Mississippi silver bookseller ticket for Frierson & Teasdale at front pastedown's top right corner. A fair antiquarian copy. OCLC cites Joseph Allen-Philadelphia imprints for 1831, 1834, 1838, 1839 but, as no publishing date is provided upon the title page, this edition should date from the mid-1840s to mid-1850s per the binding and paper as well as local research indicating that bookseller/stationer Frierson & Teasdale was operating after 1850. (The bookseller ticket shares a faint tone line with the front pastedown caused by the overlapping underlying leather which seems to indicate that the ticket's age is commensurate with the book itself.) The book also enjoys a long Southern provenance per the aforementioned ownership signatures of Tam Brownrigg. Moving from North Carolina, General Richard Thomas Brownrigg (1793-1847) settled in Columbus, Mississippi in 1835 and established a 2000 acre cotton plantation and constructed a manor house, Temple Heights, which still stands today. General Brownrigg had seven children including Thomas "Tam" John Brownrigg who reached the rank of captain in the Confederate Army 9th Battalion Mississippi Sharpshooters. Bookseller Inventory # JUN17-05313

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