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Bod-Inc: H-183

Horae ad usum Sarum (Salisbury)



Imprint: [London: Richard Pynson, c.1493]. 8°.

Remarks: Collation unknown.


Types: Type: Pynson's type 4.

Line number: 17 lines.


Proctor: Not in Pr;

Others: not in Sheppard; STC 15873.5.

LCN: 15510506


Copy number: H-183(1)

Bound in the Marshall collection of early English printed fragments.

One leaf and a few letters only. Parts of two prayers from the ‘Suffragia de beata Maria'. The recto and verso have different settings of the same texts, including the hymn ‘Stella celi exstirpavit'; see Chevalier, Rep. hymn., 19438; AH 31 no. 207. Leaf 1r, l. 1: ‘exitus mei ſacroſanctum [ ] | pus et ſāguinē tuū ad rem[ ] | onem . . .'; l. 14: ‘Pro peſte oratio. | [ ]tella celi exſtirpa[ ] | lactauit domin[ ] | . . . pestē quam planta[ ]'; leaf 1v, l. 1: ‘[ ]tus mei ſacro āctū corpus.'; l. 14: ‘Pro peſte oratio. | [ ]tella celi exſtirpauit . . .'; l. 17: ‘ . . . plātauit primus.’

Provenance: Harold Marshall (twentieth century). Purchased on 29 Aug. 1972 from Maggs Brothers Ltd for £10; see copy of invoice kept with the item.

SHELFMARK: Vet. A1 b.12(7).

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