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    Nicolaus de Grouchy [Gruchius]. De Comitiis Romanorum Libri Tres. Venice: Francesco Bindoni, 1559. 8vo. A-V8,X4. 272,[54]pp. Contemporary limp vellum, lacks ties, yapp fore-edge, title on lower edge in old hand; inner hinge opening, a few underlines. Printer's device on t.p., decorated initial. From the Krown & Spellman Collection.

    More Information: Grouchy (1509-1579) born to a noble family of Rouen, student of philosophy in the College Ste. Barbe, later he taught logic in the College de Guyenne in Bordeaux and the Colegio des Artes, Coimbra; he returned to La Cauchie in Normandy and wrote several translations of Aristotle. In 1572 he was president of the Protestant College of La Rochelle. This useful work was first published in 1555 in Paris.      EDIT 16 CNCE 21913. STC (Ital.) 316. Adams G1306.    

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