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Bod-Inc: C-093

Carolus VII

Pragmatica sanctio, 7 July 1438.


Analysis of Content

a1v Carolus Vii, King of France: Pragmatica sanctio, 7 July 1438. Ordonnances des roys de France de la troisième race (Paris, 1723-1849), vol. XIII (1782; repr. 1968), 267-91.

e5r [Colophon.]

e5v Radulphus, Petrus: [Confirmation of authenticity.] Incipit: ‘Nos Petrus Radulphi in legibus licentiatus, locum tenens nobilis et potentis domini, domini senescali Limonicensis . . .’ Dated 22 June 1440.

e6r Tullia, Guilelmus de: [Confirmation of authenticity.] Incipit: ‘Et quia ego Guillermus de Tullia, clericus Lemonicensis(!) diocesis publicus . . .’

e6r Radulphus, Petrus: [Declaration that the text has been collated with the original.] Incipit: ‘Nos Petrus Radulphi in legibus licentiatus notum facimus vniuersis . . .’ Dated as the first.

e7r ‘Interpretatio nominis'. Incipit: ‘  “Pragma” Grece Latine “causa” dicitur, vnde pragmata negotia dicuntur . . .’


Imprint: Paris: [Au Soufflet Vert (Louis Symonel et Socii)], 28 Apr. 1484. 4°.

Remarks: H and Pellechet assign to [Petrus Caesaris].


Collation: a–e8.


ISTC: ic00209900

GW: Not in GW;

Hain: H 4528;


Proctor: Pr 7915;

Others: Oates 2904; Pellechet 3306; Sheppard 6120.

LCN: 14838439


Copy number: C-093(1)

Binding: Eighteenth-century calf; triple fillets in gold on each cover; gold-tooled spine; marbled pastedowns.

Size: 189 × 131 × 15 mm.

Size of leaf: 184 × 125 mm.

Occasional early marginal annotations.

On a1v a two-line initial ‘K' is supplied in red; paragraph marks are supplied in red.

Provenance: Cancelled inscription on a1r. Pietro-Antonio Bolongaro-Crevenna (1735-1792); printed label of sale, largely torn away; sale catalogue (1789), part II lot 1359; in the annotated sale catalogue marked down to ‘V. Ommeren' for Fl. 1, the equivalent of £0. 1. 9, according to the exchange rate used by Thomas Payne at the sale. Charles Weatherby Reynell (1798-1892). Purchased in 1887 from Reynell ‘for £20 . . . out of the donation of £100 from a member of All Souls' Coll.', Sir William Reynell Anson, Warden of All Souls (1843-1914); note on slip attached to front pastedown, also referring to letter from J. Power Hicks to Prof. Henry William Chandler, dated 1 June 1887, in Auct. Q inf. 1.33: Aristoteles, Ethica ad Nicomachum [Paris: Petrus Caesaris and Johannes Stol, c.1478] (A‑402(1)).

SHELFMARK: Auct. 7Q 7.41.

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