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I, cap. II, Cap. XVIII, p. V, Cap. XVI, p. I, ; vol. IV; cfr. I, Cap. II, p. Aunque dudamos mucho en llamarlos testimonios, pues muy poco es lo que testifican y de lo que pueden dar fe. Un claro insulto a la inteligencia del lector. Aunque sea a base de repetir siempre lo mismo. Alberto y Escamila [ sic ] V. Va fechada el 16 de mayo de Ensayo, , Universidad del Zulia, Maracaibo, , nn. Volveremos sobre este asunto. Centeno Grau, M. Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona, , p. Por otro lado, basta con reparar en las fechas de estos ataques para comprender que ninguno de ellos pudo implicar a Francis Drake [4].

Se cita igualmente con frecuencia, como fuente, a Cordingly. No decimos que no lo hubiera hecho; pero no parece haber documento que lo fundamente. Pero nada de Maracaibo. Al menos algunos historiadores venezolanos o maracaiberos, como Baralt u Ocando Yamarte; pero nada comentan al respecto.

Con esto, regresaron a Inglaterra. La tesis de que Drake haya asolado la ciudad de Maracaibo nos parece, pues, un mito cuya verdad resulta nada sustentable. XX, p. VII, Cap. X, pp. Obra recopilada de los mejores viajeros por D. Hay ed.

La ed. Ya sabemos el resultado de la consulta hecha por Zavrotsky. Ciertamente puede tratarse de consultas que Lope hiciera a documentos que estuvieran entonces en el Archivo de Indias, pero no en la actualidad; o documentos que tampoco en aquel momento estuvieran en dicho Archivo, sino en otros, incluso particulares. Tapia y Rivera, Alejandro, ed. Colomino Ruiz, La Dragontea , pp. Obviamente, hay para todos los gustos. Cursivas nuestras. Respetamos escrupulosamente el texto, tal cual aparece en la web:.

En concreto: ambos autores nos dejan a un corsario maldiciente, precisamente en el mismo momento de su fracaso, al renunciar a seguir atacando al puerto de San Juan [6]. El pasaje en ambos es especialmente paralelo [8]. De hecho, encontramos algunos datos muy similares en ambos textos; en el de Lope:. Iacobi, D. Dominici, D. Augustini et Carthagena captae fuere, Raphelengius, Leiden, ; 1a ed.

El Discurso figura igualmente en la ed. El libro infinito , Ed. XIV, n. Colomino Ruiz, Sergio, La Dragontea , p. X, Estrofas 11ss. XVIII, n. II, cap. II, L. Sobre fuentes de La Dragontea , cfr. Jameson, A. Deducir eso es mucho deducir, pues no creemos que haya fundamento suficiente para ello. Ello nos parece un alarde de temeridad, cualidad que en modo alguno puede caber en un investigador medianamente serio.

Tampoco nosotros lo somos. Lo inadecuado no es desconocer una disciplina ajena al propio campo, la Historia o la Literatura. Sin embargo, pasaremos enseguida a estudiar su poema. Soberbias velas alza: mal navega. Lope puso manos a la obra. Pero los censores se lo impidieron.

Pero que Lope pretendiera incursionar en el campo de la Historia, no fue muy bien visto por el celoso censor Herrera. No tenemos argumentos para poner en duda esas fechas. Por supuesto, hay otras muchas ediciones, algunas de ellas de excelente factura. VI, ed. Sobre Lope como historiador en La Dragontea , cfr. XV De serpente , C. V Orbis Dominus , fol. Colomino Ruiz, Sergio, p. I , ed. Herrera, Antonio, Tercera parte de la Historia general del mundo Herrera, Antonio, Tercera parte de la Historia , L. XI, cap. XII, Cap. I, a partir de p. Con esto, acota Lope,. No puede caber ninguna duda.

Los acontecimientos relatados tuvieron lugar en el puerto de San Juan. A tal efecto, el 25 de noviembre puso proas hacia el oeste. Sospechamos que esto se deba a que en ella se menciona a la ciudad de Maracaibo. Pero sobre todo, para nuestro caso, la duda resulta otra. Sin embargo, no podemos aislar los versos de Lope de otras obras de tema similar. Thick folio, boards, cloth back, uncut. With bookplate and stamp of Alfredo Chavero. With the arms of Ribero y Casares painted in gold, silver and colors on the first page, the beginning of the text in gold and red within fine and elegant ornaments painted in various colors, and with two pretty miniature vignettes and initials.

Mexico : Viuda de M. Doctrina y Confessionario en lengua Ixil, precedido de un corto modo para aprender la lingua, y Ritual de Matrimonio, Photographic reproduction, from the original manuscript, and of which but few were issued. This is the 'only known work in this dialect of the Maya language of Yucatan. Diccionario Historico, Biografico y monumental de Yucatan. Vol 1. Somewhat foxed. Diccionario Historico, Biografico y Monumen- tal de Yucatan, desde la Conquista hasta el ultimo ario de la Domi- nacion Espanola en el pais.

Tomo 1. A collection of about catalogues, many of which are from the house of Bernard Quaritch, including his Bibliotheca His- pana. Voyages and Travels, Americana and Orientalia, etc. A collection of about catalogues, mainly those issued by Karl Hiersemann, Ludwig Bosenthal, and other prominent German and French booksellers, including many catalogues of Americana. Together, 16 pieces, 8vo, and smaller, wrappers.

Mainly of rare books relating to South America. Numerous plates, some tinted. Folio, half morocco, some plates soiled and binding poor. London, The title is illuminated after the design by Owen Jones. Vocabulaire de La Langue Tzotzil. Caen, From Dr. Leon's Library, with inscription from a former owner on one page. Chrestomathie Maya, d'apres la chronique Chac-Xulub-Chen. Texte avec traduction interlineaire, analyse grammaticale et vocabulaire Maya-Frangais. Volume III, number 1.

Etudes Aliques, 48pp. Together, 3 vols, 4to, wrappers, uncut. Paris, , , Last volume, presentation copy from the author. Histoire Legendaire de La Nouvelle-Es- pagne. Extrait du Journal de la Societe des Americanistes de Paris. Undated, but circa Together, 10 volumes and pieces, wrappers. Paris, Madrid, Caen, Louvain, etc. It is seldom that such an important collection of this talented writer's works is offered for sale. Vocabulaire Frangais Maya. Together, 10 pieces, several of which are excerpts. Viollet- le-Duc. Les Anciennes Villes du Nouveau Monde.

Por- trait of the author and numerous illustrations. Small folio, morocco back and cloth, gilt edges. Paris, Autograph presentation copy from the Author to Mr. Laver- riere, with inscription. Trans- lated by J. Gonino and Helen S. Royal 8vo, cloth, uncut. Viaje a Yucatan, a fines de Relacion es- crita con el titulo "Ma derniere expedition au Yucatan," por M.

Desire Charnay, traducida y anotada por Francisco Canton Rosado. Los Viajeros Modernos o Relaciones de las viajes mas interesantes e instructivos, etc. Royal 8vo, morocco back and cloth, title damaged. Apuntes Viejos de Bibliograna Mexicana. Autograph presentation copy from the Author to Dr. Leon, with inscription.

Calendario de Palemke. Signos Cronograficos. Mexico, Autograph presentation copies of both parts to Dr. Leon, with inscriptions on front wrappers. Acta de Instalacion de la Sociedad Economica de amigos del pais de la Provincia de Chiapas celebrada el dia le de Abril de Estatutos de la Sociedad Economica de amantes del pais de Chiapas. Puebla Mexico , It is from the Bishop Carrillo y Ancona's collection and was photographed by J. The illustrations are espe- cially noteworthy. The annex consists of 55 double pages 5 being missing additional to the main chronicle.

See Reproduction. Photographic copies made by J. Maler of the primitive Maya manuscript, Chronicle of Titzimin, referred to by Brinton, pages double 5, 8, 15, 16, 17, 21, 26 of Maler's ar- rangement.

Brevísima relación de la destrucción de las indias. De las casa Bartolomé.

With Introduction by C. Reproduced in photographic facsimile by the University of Pennsylvania. Philadelphia, A letter written by C. Bowditch regarding the publication of the work is laid in. Partly published incorrectly by Brinton in "Maya Chronicles. Arte, Divocionario and Vocabulary in beautiful manuscript, with ornamental title and chapter headings, dated , , , and given to American Philosophical Society in by D. Marianao Galvan. Arte, 20pp. Doctrina, 74pp. Vocabu- lario, and Ip. A note at the beginning of the Vocabulary states that all the large Vocabulary of Moran has been copied into this one.

This is a much more complete volume than the one in the previous Wilkinson Sale.

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It is the only known grammar and vocabulary of the southeastern Maya, the Cholti, which is the Lacandon-Itza in its un- touched state, almost as close to Maya as Quiche is to Cakcliquel. Arte Divocionario and Vocabulary. Also in photographic facsimile. Folding map. Paris, One of 85 copies printed. A photographic facsimile of the two Codices formerly known as the "Codex Troano" and the "Codex Cortes. Point Loma, California, Only a few copies of this important facsimile have been privately issued by the eminent scholar, Mr. William E. Gates, Point Loma, Cali- fornia, for whom the photographs were taken.

This is one of the three known Maya codices, having been cut at some early date into two parts; one of these was published by Brasseur de Bourbourg as the Codex Troano, in lithography. The other, dis- covered soon after, was published in photographic facsimile by Leon de Rosny, as the Codex Cortes, also later by lithography, in Spain. The two parts are now rejoined, having been bought by the Spanish govern- ment, and this is the first issue of the two together.

Maya-Tzental, redrawn and slightly restored, and with the coloring as it originally stood, mounted in the form of the original, drawn and edited by W. The Codex Perez, one of the most important of Codices, was discovered about 54 years ago by Prof. Leon de Rosny in the Bibliotheque Nationale of Paris. With the above is sold also the "Commentary upon the Codex by W. Gates," Cambridge, , 8vo, wrappers. Together, 2 pieces. Manuscrit dit Mexican. Photographic sans reduction par ordre de S. On 22 full-page plates.

Folio, new wrappers. Mamiscrit hieratique des aiiciens Indiens de 1'Amer- ique Centrale conserve a la Bibliotheque Rationale de Paris, avec une introduction par Leon de Rosny. Seconde edition imprimee en noir. Paris, One of copies printed. A series of photographs of this scarcely known Mexican picture writing taken by J.

Die der Kb'nigl. Bibliothek zu Dresden. Herausgegeben von Dr. Zweite Auflage. With 74 chromolitho graphic plates. Small folio, cloth portfolio, rubbed and slightly foxed. Dresden, Siglo XVI. Carta de Religiosos, Mexico, Edition limited to copies. Photochromolitho graphic repro- duction. Narrow 8vo, cloth, in a cloth case.

Madrid, Edition limited to copies. Folio, in a cloth wrapper. Nakuk-Pich was a native of the ruling families, contemporary with the Conquest. Part of this Cronica was printed and translated by Brin- ton, from a transcript of a part of the present manuscript. The above is a photographic copy of the original, in full. The original manuscript is in the possession of Sr. Los Tres siglos de la Dommacion Espanola en Yucatan, o sea historia de esta provincia desde la con- quista hasta la independencia. Merida, Yucatan , The second volume of the above work, which is Cogolludo's second edition, is very scare.

The first volume was printed in Campeche. Tercera edicion. Presentation copy from the editor, M. Rivas, to Eu- femio Mendoza, with autograph inscription. The author spent the prin- cipal portion of his life in Yucatan collecting material for the above history, which is still a valuable record of the province. This is the best edition, as a number of errors in the first edition are herein cor- rected and many valuable notes added. Historia de Yucatan. Tercera Edicion.

Series II, Vols. Madrid, The volumes of this important series relating to Yucatan are com- plete, and contain reprints of a great number of the first reports on that region. Photographic reproduction from the manuscript copy executed in Merida de Yucatan in for the University of Pennsylvania', limited to a very few copies. The Letter of Columbus on the Discovery of America. One of copies on hand-made paper, and the one presented by the Trustees of the Lenox Library to Senor Alfredo Chavero.

Cuevas, Puebla, ; and another. Together, 4 pieces, 8vo, and smaller, sewed and boards. From the A. Chavero library with stamp. Paris, Contains articles on the Phoenicians in America ; Buddhism ; an Iro- quois manuscript; etc. Maps, plates, etc. Paris, Contains articles on the Mound Builders ; the ancient Pueblos ; etc. Colored map, folding plates, etc.


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Thick Svo, half leather, uncut. Thick 8vo, half leather, uncut. The report of 6th session- was never printed. Portraits and plates. Paris, Contains articles on Carthology; Ethnographic; etc. Actas de la Undecima Re- union, Mexico, Maps and plates. Mexico, The second part is an account of the happenings at the session written by Enrique de Olavarria y Ferrari. Douzieme Session tenue a Paris en Paris, Contains article on the military organizations of the Americans before the 16th century ; first maritime relations between Europe and America, etc.

International Congress of Americanists, Easton, Pa. Plates; Uber die chilenschen "Pintados" von A. Plageman-Hamburg, mit 7 Ablildungen und 1 Tafel. Francifco, Guardis del Conuento de T ik ax. Emprenta de For Adriano Cefar. Thick 8vo, half calf, uncut. Mexico, Contains the Appendix. The Stone Sculptures of Copan and Quirigua. Drawn by Heinrich Meye. Historical and Descriptive Text by Dr. Julius Schmidt. Translated from the German by A.

Folio, half leather, rubbed. Arte del idioma Zapoteco reimpreso bajo la direction del Dr. Morelia, Reprint limited to copies. Of the original edition Mexico, , only one copy is known.

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Chavero's copy with bookplate and stamp. Arte en lengua de Maya recopilado y en- mendado, por el P. Juan Coronel de la Orden de S. Francisco, Guardian del Covento de Tikax. Woodcut arms of the Franciscan order beneath the title. The remarkable col- lection of Mexicana formed by Ramirez did not contain a copy. It is probably the first printed grammar Arte of the Maya language of Yucatan, and a revision of the MS. Maya grammar of Bishop Diego Landa.

On the fly leaf are manuscript notes in the Maya lan- guage by a contemporary hand. Father Coronel, a Franciscan, graduate of the University of Alcala, Spain, went to Yucatan in , where he learned and publicly taught the language of the Indians. He was one of the disciples of the Chron- icler Cogolludo, and was guardian of the Recollect Convent of Mejorada. He died in one of the convents of Merida in , age 82 years. Discursos predicables, con otras diversas materias espirituales, con la Doctrina Cristiana, y los articulos de la Fe, recopilados en lengua Yucateca, y enmendados.

Mexico: Imprenta de Diego Garrido, Photographic reproduction of the only accessible copy in France. There is supposed to be but one other copy of the original in Mexico. Doctrina Christiana, en lengua de Maya. Beristain gives the above title and adds that Fr. Antonio, in his Bibliotheca Franciscana, asserts that in the library of the College of S. Buenaventura of Seville, Letter M No. Vocabulario de la lengua Cakchiquel u Guatimalteca mievamente hecho y recopilado por el P.

Thomas Goto, predicador y Padre de esta Prov. Nombre de Jesus de Guatimala. Small 4to, sheets. Photographic reproduction from the original manuscript preserved in the library of the American Philosophical Society of Philadelphia, to which it was presented by Mariano Galvez, Governor of Guatemala. It is full of citations from Varea, Vico, Saz, Maldonado and others. Only a small number of copies were issued by Mr.

Gates, of Point Loma, California. Tuxtla Gutierrez, La Ciencia Hieratica de los Mayas. Madrid, n. Compilada por la Omcina de Estadistica, Guatemala, An alphabetical list of all the inhabited places in the Republic, alti- tudes of the principal towns, etc. Les fitats-Unis de Mexique.

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Portrait and facsimile. Christobal, Presentation copy from F. Orozco y Jimenes to Dr. Diccionario del Convento de San Francisco Yucatan. In two parts, Maya-Spanish and Spanish-Maya. About pages. Small folio, sheets. Photographic reproduction of the manuscript copy made by Juan Pio Prez, now in the possession of J. It contains prologue and many valuable notes by Pio Perez.

As several pages are lacking, it is sold w. Aztecs and Mayas. I all issued. Chicago, Plancarte y Navarette, obispo de Cuernavaca; Vol. I Primera parte de la Chronica Augustiniana de Mechoacan por 1. Gonzalez de La Puente. Small 4to, wrappers. Cuernavaca, n. Platicas de los principales mysteries de nuestra Santa Fee, hechas en el idioma Yucateco, Mexico, Yucateco, Photographic copy of the rare original, of which but few were issued.

Puebla, Mexico , The Totonac dialect was spoken in the northern parts of the province of Puebla, and in part of the Province of Vera Cruz, and is allied to both Maya and Aztec. The above copy is from the library of Dr. Leon with his bookplate. Apuntes sobre las Plantas de Yucatan. Merida, A very rare item. Leon's copy, with his bookplate.

With Extracts, etc. Edited by Edward Arber. Discursos de la antiguedad de la lengua Cantabra Bascongada. Mexico, H. Martinez, Facsimile re- print. Only a few copies printed. Leon with his stamp on cover. El Estado de Yucatan. Parte Primera. Mexico, Viuda de J. Segunda Parte. Mexico, F. Mexico, Arricivita's work is a continuation of that of Espinosa, and is hence called "Part Second. Carriedo, Vol. Eivas, Vol. Lacroix, ; Hombres ilustres Mexicanos, Vol. Fernandez, Vol.

Ill, ; and 19 other pamphlets. Together, 28 pieces, 8vo, and smaller, various bindings. Von Dr. Xoticias Estadisticas sobre el Departamento de Tuspan. Folding plan of the City of Tuxpan and other plates. Royal 8vo, wrappers, slightly worn, no back wrapper. Puebla, Tomo I all issued? San Jose, Medallas de las colonias, municipios y pueblos antiguos de Espana.

Numerous plates of coins. Commentar zur Mayahandschrift der Konig- lichen offentliehen Bibliothek zu Dresden. Several illustrations. Danzig, Merida de Yucatan, J. Francisco A. Justo Zaragoza. Madrid, From the Library of A. Chavero, with his stamp on titles and his bookplate. With maps. Small folio, half calf, in poor condition, sold with all faults.

Narrative of Voyages and Excursions on the East Coast Don Justo Sierra, Historiador, and other pamphlets and excerpts. Together, 74 pieces. Historia Bethlehemitica. Engraved frontispiece. Folio, Spanish calf, erased stamp on title damaging the year of imprint, and a few leaves mended. Sevilla, RARE. In he went to Mexico, and founded at Guatemala the Hospital of Bethlehem for convalescents.

This history embraces, also, the lives of Fr. Rodrigo de la Cruz and other successors of Betancur. Spencer Herbert. Los Antiguos Mexicanos. Traduccion por Daniel y Genaro Garcia. Folding chart. El Antiguo Yucatan. Tra- duccion hecha por Daniel y Genaro Garcia. Folding table. Another copy of the preceding, lacks folding table and 2 final leaves portions of catalogue only , no wrappers. Los Mayas Primitives. Algunos Estudios sobre su Origen, Idioma y Costumbres.

Supersticiones y Leyendas Mayas. Etimologias Mayas. Mexico, Presentation copy from the author. Coleccion de Documentos para la Historia de Mexico. Royal 8vo, half roan. Mexico, Really the third volume of the "Colecci6n de Documentos. Numerous facsimiles. Royal 8vo, wrappers, margins of several leaves slightly stained.

Mexico, One of the most valuable books of its kind. Bibliografia Mexicana del siglo XVI. Loose copy without title and facsimiles, both with some additions printed or typewritten by Dr. Leon, and a typewritten alpha- betical index at the end. Imperial 8vo, in a board portfolio.

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Bookplate of Lucas Alaman. The Maya and Tzental Calendars, comprising the complete series of days, with their positions in the month, for each one of the fifty-two years of the cycle, according to each system. Eoyal 8vo, wrappers. Cleveland, Presentation copy from the author. One of 94 copies printed. Tribes of Western Washington, Washington, v. Royal 8vo, half morocco, gilt back. Saec XVI. From the library of the learned Mexican scholar, Dr.

Leon, who has written the following note [in Spanish] on the first fly-leaf: "This manuscript is an unpublished autograph by Father Fr. I believe this Dictionary to be later than that which he had printed in- Mexico in , and at the same time enlarged arid more correct. I found it among the books which belonged to the Licenciado Don Eufemio Mendoza in Guadalajara, the year , and I purchased it in the Archbishop's Palace.

The stamp on the first page shows it to have once belonged to the Sociedad de Geografia y Estadistica, but we must believe that Senor Mendoza had it as a present from the Society, as there does not appear from the Archives of the Society any receipt to show it to have been loaned. Mexico, March, Svo, cloth, gilt back. Tabasco, Historia de Tabasco. San Juan Bautista, El Key Cosijoeza y Su Familia. With bookplate of Alfredo Chavero. Historia Antigua de la Chontalpa Oaxaquena. Independencia de Guatemala. El Capitan General Gefe superior politico de Guatemala, etc.

Folding maps, colored. Svo, boards, morocco back. Bishop of Yucatan. Pastoral a ios indigenas de esta diocesis traducida en Yucateco por J. Merida de Yucatan, Con un Prologo de Emilio Castelar. Royal 8vo, cloth, gilt back. Washington, HAMY E. Aubin, precedes d'une Introduction par E. Royal 4to, half bound. Decades Americanae. Memoires d'Archeologie et d'Ethnographie Americaines. Paris, etc. The Spanish Conquests in America.

London, This entire work is devoted to a history of the relations of the Indians of America to their Spanish invaders, and the effect of their occupation and conquest upon the population, religion and manners of the abo- rigines. Ultima edicion, revisada, corregida y aumentada por D. Numerous plates. Royal, 8vo, wrappers, uncut. Via Sacra traducida al idioma Yucateco por Joaquin Ruz.

Archeological Studies among the ancient Cities of Mexico. Folding maps and illustrations. Ancient Art of the Province of Chiriqui, Colombia. Royal 8vo, half bound. Powell J. Introduction to the Study of Indian Languages, with words, phrases and sentences to be col- lected. Second Edition, with charts. Director General del Conservatorio Yucateco en la Junta General verificada el dia primero de agosto de Oaxaca, Y assimismo en la Islas Filipinas, etc. Vicios de Lenguaje y Provincialismos de Guatemala. Guatemala, I, No. II, Nos. Together, 3 nos. Compendio de la Historia de la Ciudad de Guatemala.

Guatemala, I. History of the Kingdom of Guatemala in Span- ish America. Folding maps 2. Essays Ethnological and Linguistic. London, Concerns the traces of Phoenician civilization to be found in Central America ; etc. El Universo pintoresco. Historia de Mejico, Tejas y Guatemala, por M. U Tibhuun hach noh tzicbenil ahaucaan.

Also photographic reproduction of the same. Espinosa [] This pastoral letter in the Maya language, by the Bishop of Yucatan, is very scarce. Compendio de Historia de Campeche. Campeche, Sevilla, From the Library of Dr. Leon, with his stamp on one cover. Palenque et La Civilization Maya. Noticia Historica. La Soconusco y su Incorporacion a la Eepublica Mexicana. Mexico, Contains much important historical information on a little-known province. La Eevolucion en Chiapas. Breve Eelacion de la Destruccion de las Indias Occidentales. Seville, Historia de Las Indias. Small, 4to, sheep.


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Several pre- sentation copies from the authors. Together, 47 pieces. Datos referentes a una especie nueva de escri- tura geroglifica en Mexico. With the illustrations in duplicate. Lithographic issue. Presentation copy from the author to Alfredo Chavero. Together, 8 pieces, 8vo, wrappers. Los Idiomas de la America Latina, Estudios Biografico-Bibliograficos, Madrid, un- dated, and other works in one volume, 12mo, half leather. Here and There in Yucatan. Queen Moo and the Egyptian Sphinx.

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Portrait of the author and numerous illustrations. Sacred Mysteries among the Mayas and the Quiches 11, years ago Freemasonry in times anterior to the Temple of Solomon. A photographic copy of one of these rare manuscript collections of Maya folk-lore, medicines, and soothsaying, which formerly circulated among the Indians of Yucatan, but which have gradually disappeared. This one is written entirely in the Maya language and bears dates , and It formerly be- longed to Dr. Le Plongeon.

Devocionario de Ntra. Impresa en y ahora nuevamenta por El Museo Nacional de Mexico. With fac- similes. Stamp of Alfredo Chavero on title, and his bookplate. Mexico, A reprint of the rare work first published in Valladolid in The author was a Franciscan monk from Toledo, who came to Yucatan in , where he died in Merida in Historia de Yucatan Devocionario de Ntra. Photograph and plates. Small 4to, wrappers, front wrapper missing. New York: Privately Printed, One of copies issued. The Literature of American Aboriginal Lan- guages.

London, Contains much valuable bibliographical information. It is Triibner's Bibliotheca Glottica. Preliminary Study of the Ruins of Tikal, Guatemala. Cambridge, Autograph presentation copy from Mr. Tozzer to Mr. A number of fine photographs are laid in. Washington, Stamp of Alfredo Chavero on title page and with his bookplate. Apuntes Historicos sobre el destierro vuelta al terri- torio Mexicano y Muerte del Libertador don'Augustin de Iturbide.

Mexico, The author was Iturbide's cousin and accompanied him in his banish- ment to Italy. This uncommon little book was written in prison in Toluca, where the author had been confined for some months for serving under Maximilian. Historiadores de Yucatan. Apuntes biograficos y bibliograficos de los Historiadores de esta Peninsula desde su descubrimiento hasta fines del siglo XIX. Explorations in Guatemala, and other pamphlets and excerpts. Together, 50 pieces. Diego de la Magdalena, Discurso; Huaxtecapan 2 copies ; etc.

Five pieces in one vol. Presentation copy from the author. Fuentes Historicas sobre Colonamerica. Bosquejo Historico de las Kevoluciones de Cen- tre-America. Guatemala, An important historical work. Both volumes contain the Errata. Edited by F. Ducane Godman and Osbert Salvin. Text by A. Maudslay, Vols.

I-IV in one volume and with the Appendix by J. Goodman in another volume, both these in royal 4to, plates in four volumes oblong folio. Together, 6 vols. Eoyal 4to, and oblong folio, uniformly bound in half brown morocco. London, This magnificent work deals with the Archaeology of Mexico and Cen- tral America previous to the conquest by the Spaniards.

The plates, which number over , are beautifully reproduced by the autotype process, and represent monuments, altars, remains of temples, inscrip- tions, etc. Loosely laid in is an extensive collection of photographs, some of which are very large, and which supplement the autotypes in the printed work. These photographs are chiefly the work of Mr.

Maler, the cele- brated explorer of Merida, Yucatdn. The Chavero copy with extra illus- trations by Mr. With maps, plans, photographs and other illustrations. Thick 4to, holland back and boards, uncut.