Commentationis De Vita et Scriptis Appuleii Epitome.
Halle, Ploetz, 1835. 8°. 30, 2 nn. Seiten. Softcover / Titelbroschur. Gute Erhaltung bis auf einige Knicke und eine Abreibespur an der Heftung.
De Romae Veteris Muris Atque Portis [Translates: “On the Walls and Gates of Old Rome”].
Dissertatio Topographica. Leipzig, Breitkopf & Härtel, (1842). 8°. 132 Seiten. Softcover / Titelbroschur. Etwas angestaubt. Die originale, gedruckte Dissertation des Altphilologen Wilhelm Adolph Becker (Dresden). Selten !
Demosthenis Orationes De Republica Ad Populum Habitae: Latio donatae ab Jo: Vincentio Lucchesinio patritio Lucensi, cum notis criticis, & historicis. Ad SS. Dnm Nostrum Clementem Undecimum Pontificem Maximum.
Romae, Ex Typographia Antonii de Rubeis in Platea Cerensi, 1712. Large Octavo. XII, 232 pages. Original Hardcover (Pigskin) with contemporary handwritten title on spine. Very good condition with only minor signs of external wear. Small, professional repair to upper spine. Some paper damage with text-loss internally to pages 315 – 320. From the library of Johannes Rust, Trinity College Cambridge. His small bookplate pasted to the dedication page. Contemporary entries in ink on the pastedown and endpaper.
A Collection of English Exercises – Translated From the Writings of Cicero, For School-Boys to Re-Translate Into Latin; And Adapted to the Principal Rules in The Eton Syntax; With Occasional References to Other Grammars. Sixteenth Edition, in which the Translation has been carefully compared with the Original and Corrected and to which are prefixed, Rules for the Use of the Subjunctive Mood. [Including a Preface of Thomas Dix Hincks of Fermoy School, made to the eighth edition in 1818].
London, Longman & Co., 1839. Small Octavo (10,5 cm x 18 cm). XXVIII, 269,  pages. Hardcover / Original full eather with gilt ornament to spine. In protective Mylar. Very good condition with only minor signs of wear. Several manuscript entries by preowners of the William Splaine – Family in Bandon.
Sammelband of Latin Grammar in Westminster School: The Sammelband includes: I. A Short Introduction to the Latin Grammar, for use of the Lower Forms in Westminster School (London / Westminster, Printed for W.Ginger, 1814; 40 pages) / II. Rudimentum Grammaticae Latinae Metricum, in Usum Scholae Regiae Westmonasteriensis. (Oxford, Excudebat Samuel Collingwood, sumptibus Gul. Ginger, Westmonasertiensem, 1815; 56 pages) / III. The Translation of the Latin Verse Grammar. For the Use of the Lower Forms in Westminster-School. (Oxford, Printed by Samuel Collingwood, for W.Ginger, 1815; 65 pages).
Oxford / London / Westminster, Ginger / Collingwood, 1814 – 1815. Small-Octavo (12,5 cm x 19 cm). 40, 56, 65 pages. Hardcover / Original, private, early 19th century leather in protective Mylar. Leather with some defects. Overall in very good condition with only minor signs of wear. From the library of Daniel Conner (Connerville / Manch House), with his Exlibris / Bookplate to pastedown and several examples of Daniel Conner’s signatures and locations of study in pencil on endpapers and pastedown.
Corpus Iuris Civilis, Editio Stereotypa Sexta, Volumen Primum. Institutiones recognovit Paulus Krueger / Digesta recognovit Theodorus Mommsen.
Volumen Primum. Berlin, Weidmann, MDCCCCXIII (1893). 19.5 cm x 27.5 cm. XVI, XXXII, 882 pages. Original Hardcover. Half-binding in leather, marbled front cover. Very good condition with only minor signs of external wear. Slight foxing of front free endpaper, front index pages, front page and back free endpaper and back index pages. From the library of Graf Erwin Ferdinand Karl Rochus von Schönborn-Buchheim.