1. PENSAMIENTOS DE HORACIO SOBRE MORAL, LITERATURA Y URBANIDAD ESCOJIDOS, TRADUCIDOS AL CASTELLANO, REUNIDOS Y ANOTADOS EN 1873 POR AGUSTIN RIVERA, INDIVIDUO DE LA SOCIEDAD MEXICANA DE GEOGRAFÍA Y ESTADISTICA Y HONORARIO DE LA SOCIEDAD MÉDICA DE GUADALAJARA, PARA EL USO DE LOS ESTUDIANTES DEL IDIOMA LATINO Y LOS AFECTOS A LA BELLA ARTE; 2. COLECCIÓN DE CARTAS Ó DOCUMENTOS UTILES ACERCA DEL VALOR FONÉTICO DE LA U PRECEDIDA DE Q EN LA IDIOMA LATINO POR F.O.A.M.; 4. DE IMMACULATA BEATISSIMAE VIRGINIS MARIAE CONCEPTIONE ODE; 5. X X X EPIGRAMAS DE MARCIAL.
San Juan de los Lagos, Jalisco: Tip. de José Martín, 1874-1906. First edition. Hardcover. 5 publications in 1 volume, worn, some foxing, bears a stain on the inside of front cover, illustrated and textured brown boards (gilded foredge and spine, pages yellowing, marbeled pages-in) Signed by the author and dedicated to previous owner. Very Good. Item #176258
Five publications in one single volume. By controversial Mexican polymath, Father Agustín Rivera, (1824-1916), from Lagos de Moreno, Jalisco. The first publication is signed and dedicated by Agustín Rivera; and explores the views of Classic Roman lyric poet, Horace, (65BC-8BC) on ethics, literature and the urbanity. Only seven holdings for this rare publication listed on OCLC. The second publication is a collection of letters concerning the phonetic values of "u" preceeded by "q" in Spanish by Fray Onofre A. Martínez. No copies on OCLC. The third publication is a religious pamphlet with calls and chants in Latin. The fifth publication is Latino Poet Marco Valerio Marcial's Epigrams translated into Catilian Spanish by José M. Vijil. Three for this publication listed on OCLC. The five pamphlets are bound in one volume and has a gift inscription to Ambrosio Ramirez dated San Juan de los Lagos 1907.