Cordiale Quattuor Novissimorum
Cordiale quattuor novissimorum [English] Of the four last things.
Analysis of Content
a2r Of the four last things. ‘Prologus'. Translated from the French by Anthony Wydeville, Earl Rivers. The Cordyal, ed. Mulders, 1-2.
a3r ‘Tabula'. The Cordyal, ed. Mulders, pp. 3x-4y.
a4r Cordiale quattuor novissimorum [English]. Of the four last things. Translated from the French by Anthony Wydeville, Earl Rivers. The Cordyal, ed. Mulders, 5-150.
m4r [Colophon with note on the translator.] The Cordyal, ed. Mulders, 150-2; Caxton, Prologues, 38-40.
Imprint: Westminster: Wynkyn de Worde, [c.1499]. 4°.
Remarks: STC dates [1496?].
Collation: a–k8 l m6.
Illustrations: Four woodcuts; woodcut initials.
GW: GW 7537;
Hain: H 571 = H 11067;
Proctor: Pr 9727;
Others: Duff 110; Sheppard 7466; STC 5759.
Copy number: C-458(1)
Size: 185 × 135 × 20 mm.
Size of leaf: 173 × 127 mm.
A few eighteenth-century marginal notes.
Provenance: On the title-page a capital ‘R' as in books donated by George Carey, Lord Hunsdon (1547-1603); in a seventeenth-century hand ‘Anno Domini 1478 Edwardi 4. an. 19. Liber adscriptus Bibliothecæ Bodleianæ Oxon.' Probably acquired by 1620. In 1620 the Bodleian had one copy of the English version, shelfmarked Th. 4° N 1; see James, Catalogus (1620), 357; in Hyde, Catalogus (1674), II 13, two copies are listed, one dated ‘1478', the year given in this volume, and with the shelfmark Th. 4° N 14, as in this volume.
Former Bodleian shelfmarks: 4° N 14 Th. (on the front endleaf); Auct. QQ sup. 2.18.
SHELFMARK: Arch. G e.2.
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