Bueil, Jean de
Le Jouvencel [French].
Analysis of Content
a2r Bueil, Jean de: Le Jouvencel. Jean de Bueil, Le Jouvencel, intr. Camille Favre, ed. Léon Lecestre, Société de l'histoire de France, 76-7 (Paris, 1887-9), I 13-225, II 1-79; this edition is listed on I p. cccxxx. BMC gives the author as Jean de Breuil. The incunable edition ends with part II, ch. 17 (part II, ch. 18 in Lecestre's edition); in incunable, part I, chs 10 and 11 both numbered as ch. 10. For part I, ch. 7, see Bueil, Le Jouvencel, ed. Lecestre, I 130-5, 139 note for manuscript version E, and 149-53 for the incunable (f2r l. 32–f2v l. 16 in the incunable). Part I, ch. 8 is omitted from the numbering in the incunable and seems only to exist in Bueil, Le Jouvencel, ed. Lecestre as variant readings. Variations in endings of many chapters in incunable ed.
n5r ‘La table de ce present liure'.
Imprint: Paris: Antoine Vérard, 27 Mar. 1493/4. Folio.
Collation: a–k8 l–n6.
Illustrations: 11 woodcuts: see BMC.
GW: GW 5708;
Hain: HC 9462 (= H 9463);
Goff: Goff J‑492;
BMC: BMC VIII 83;
Proctor: Pr 8432;
Others: CIBN J‑316; Macfarlane 34 = 266; Sheppard 6256.
Copy number: B-590(1)
‘Chain' printed erroneously for ‘cham' on n1r, as BMC copy IB.41154, not as BMC variant (IB.41155). Leaves n4-6 mutilated and repaired.
1. Christine de Pisan, Le Tresor de la cite des dames. Paris: Antoine Vérard, 8 Aug. 1497 (C‑192).
Binding: Seventeenth-century English calf, with gold fillets. Damaged. Rebacked.
Size: 258 × 188 × 33 mm.
Size of leaf: 250 × 175 mm.
Printer's waste from an English eighteenth-century(?) edition of a history of Britain used as endleaves.
Occasional note marks.
Provenance: Elias Ashmole (1617-1692). Ashmolean Museum, Oxford, 1692. Transferred to the Bodleian Library in 1860.
SHELFMARK: Ashm. 1767(2).
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