Dives and Pauper.
Analysis of Content
a2r [Parker, Henry]: Dives and Pauper. See P-032.
Imprint: Westminster: Wynkyn de Worde, 3 Dec. 1496. Folio.
Collation: A6 B4 a–x8 y z [et]6.
Hain: HC 6110;
Goff: Goff P‑118;
BMC: BMC XI 209;
Proctor: Pr 9706;
Others: Duff 340; Oates 4127; Sheppard 7441; STC 19213.
Copy number: P-033(1)
1. Marsilius of Padua, The defence of peace. [London]: R. Wyer for W. Marshall, 1535 (STC 17817);
3. Publius Vergilius Maro, Aeneis. [Westminster: William Caxton, after 22 June 1490] (V‑109(1)).
Binding: Seventeenth-century English (Oxford) calf. Formerly chained: staple marks of a hasp at the head of the upper cover. ‘82’ in white at the head of the spine, ‘13’ and ‘82’ (former shelfmarks, see below) on fore-edge in black ink.
Size: 248 × 188 × 77 mm.
Size of leaf: 240 × 173 mm.
Early marginal annotations, in Latin and English, including extraction of keywords and phrases, pen-trials and scribbles and drawings in English hands, including 'Si quis sentiret quo tendit aut unde veniret | Numquam gauderet sed omni tempore fleret' on A1r; an ink drawing of a hand on c8v; artistic drawings on l8r.
Provenance: William Reed (sixteenth century); name on r4r. John Reed (Rede) (sixteenth century); name on [et]5v. John Selden (1584-1654); see MS. Broxb. 84. 10, p. 5 (dated to 1486). Presented in 1659.
Former Bodleian shelfmarks: D 1.13 Th. Seld.; AA 82 Th. Seld.; Auct. QQ sup. 1.8.
SHELFMARK: S. Seld. d.14(2).
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