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Wood, Anthony (1632-1695); his manuscripts and those printed books of which copies were not already there were bequeathed to the Ashmolean Museum in 1695 and transferred to the Bodleian Library in 1860, for which see Craster 68-9; Andrew Clark, `The Wood Collection of Manuscripts and Printed Books', in The Life and Times of Anthony Wood Described by Himself, Collected from his Diaries, I, OHS 19 (Oxford 1891), 6-21; Macray 364-5; DNB; T. A. Birrell, `Anthony Wood, John Bagford and Thomas Hearne as Bibliographers', in Pioneers in Bibliography, ed. Robin Myers and Michael Harris (Winchester, 1988), 25-29; S. A. Baron, `Anthony à Wood (1632-95)', in Pre-Nineteenth-century British Book-collectors and Bibliographers, ed. William Baker and Kenneth Womack, DLB 213 (Detroit, Washington DC, and London, 1999), 401-6; Nicolas K. Kiessling, The Library of Anthony Wood, OBS Publications, 3rd ser., 5 (Oxford, 2002 [for 2001]). ♦ Categorisation: Type: Person. Gender: Unknown. Dates: 1632 to 1695. Period: 17th century.

8 entries:

  • A-021(2) Adelardus Bathoniensis — Quaestiones naturales. — [Louvain: Johannes de Westfalia, between 8 Apr. 1476 and Nov. 1477]. 4°.
  • E-077(3) Expositio Hymnorum Secundum usum Sarum — [Cologne: Heinrich Quentell, 1496]. 4°.
  • E-078(1) Expositio Hymnorum Secundum usum Sarum — London: Richard Pynson, [c.1496]. 4°.
  • G-286(1) Guido de Monte Rochen — Manipulus curatorum (3rd recension). — London: Richard Pynson, 28 Apr. 1500. 8°.
  • J-015(2) Jacobus de Gruytrode — Colloquium peccatoris et crucifixi Jesu Christi. — Antwerp: Claes Leeu, 17 May 1488. 4°.
  • J-017(1) Jacobus de Reno — Dialogus de sene et iuvene de amore disputantibus. — Antwerp: Gerard Leeu, 5 July 1491. 8°.
  • S-174A(2) Sequentiae — Expositio sequentiarum secundum usum Sarum. — [Cologne: Heinrich Quentell, c.1496]. 4°.
  • S-174B(1) Sequentiae — Expositio sequentiarum secundum usum Sarum [addition]. — London: Richard Pynson, [c.1496]. 4°.

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