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Bod-Inc: P-250


Epistolae [Latin] (trans. Franciscus Griffolinus Aretinus).


Analysis of Content

See Duke Humfrey's Library, 116 no 121.


Imprint: Oxford: Theodoricus Rood and Thomas Hunt, 1485. 4°.


Collation: a–d8 e6 f8 g6 h8 i6 k l8 m6.


ISTC: ip00560700

Hain: HC 12886;

Proctor: Pr 9754;

Others: Duff 348; Rhodes 1393; Sheppard 7504-5; STC 19827.

LCN: 14489874, 14489922


Copy number: P-250(1)

Two fragments consisting of a very small portion of i4 and a section of i6 only, removed from the binding of 4° Z 76 Jur., a tract volume.

Bound with A‑168(4); see there for details of binding.

Size of fragments: 180 × 65 mm.

Former Bodleian shelfmark: Auct. R sup. 9(2).

SHELFMARK: Arch. G e.7(2).

Copy number: P-250(2)

Bound with:
Anthony Fletcher, Certaine very proper, and most profitable Similes. London: John Jackson for Isaac Bing, 1595 (STC 11053);
and a collection of miscellaneous fragments, including manuscript leaves and printed texts, put together by Thomas Hearne.

A fragment consisting of parts of b3.6 and b4.5 only.

Binding: Eighteenth/nineteenth-century pasteboards backed with parchment.

Size of fragments: 187 × 125/135 mm.

Provenance: Thomas Hearne (1678-1735); ‘Tho. Hearne' on A1r of Fletcher's text. Thomas Rawlinson (1681-1725). Probably Richard Rawlinson (1690-1755). Probably acquired in 1755.

SHELFMARK: 4° C 40 Jur.

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