CORNELII SCHREVELII LEXICON MANUALE 1808 (Graeco-Latinum) (Latin-Greek)
CORNELII SCHREVELII LEXICON MANUALE (GRAECO-LATINUM ET LATINO-GRAECUM): STUDIO ATQUE OPERA JOSEPHI HILL, JOANNIS ENTICK, NEC NON GULIELMI BOWYER, ADAUCTUM. INSUPER QUOQUE AD CALCEM ADJECTAE SUNT SENTENTIAE GRAECO-LATINAE, QUIBUS OMNIA GR. LING. PRIM ITIVA COMPREHENDUNTUR. ITEM TRACTATUS DUO: ALTER DE RESOLUTIONE VERBORUM, DE ARTICULIS ALTER; UTERQUE PERUTILIS, ET AEQUE DESIDERATUS. SUMPTIBUS IS. THOMAS, JUNIORIS, WORCESTERII MASSACHUSETENSIS, ET JOHNSON & WARNER, PHILADELPHIA, 1808.
Cornelis Schrevel was a dutch physician and scholar and head of the college faculty at Leiden University. His Latin-Greek lexicon was very popular and went through many editions and translations into the 19th century.
From the web: George Manlius Gage, son of Dr. Leander Gage and Ann Brewer Sargent, was born in Waterford, Maine on Aug. 22, 1834. He married with ELIZABETH S. WEBBER on Aug. 15, 1861 in North Bridgton, Maine. At that time he was a resident of Beverly, Mass., she resided in Maine. He was principal of the State Normal School, and afterward the same in Minnesota. In September 1872 he became superintendant of schools for St. Paul.
Full leather with front board cleanly detached at spine edge & present. And gilt title over black swatch at spine. About 1-1/2 x 1-1/4 inch leather chip at rear spine edge board, and the first page is title page. Secure string text block with small three column text pages. About 8-3/4 x 5-1/4. Bookplate "Private Library OF GEORGE M. GAGE. No. 3" attached to front pastedown (detached front cover).