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January 2019

Fascicule XIX PDF is done!

Index XIX 234J Magister Adam also Raymmundus de Pennaforti. Goff A48 (Harvard, Library of Congress, Univ. of California, Law Library,Yale)                     https://data.cerl.org/istc/ia00048000 245J Guillermus Altissodorensis Goff G718   https://data.cerl.org/istc/ig00707500 269J Aquinas Goff  T198 Columbia, Free Library of Philadelphia, Morgan,Huntington, UCLA, U.of Illinois.  https://data.cerl.org/istc/it00198000... Continue Reading →

Gerson on “Pollutione Nocturna”

276J.  Jean Gerson  Incipit tractatulus venerabil[is] m[a]g[ist]ri Johannis Gerson cancellarij Parisiensis tractans de polluc[i]o[n]e nocturna an impediat celebrantem an non [Cologne : Johann Guldenschaff, about 1480]                       SOLD All incunable... Continue Reading →

Medieval Latin Hymn Fragment, Part A: “I shall give thanks…” — OPEN BOOK

(ab infantia mea crevit miseratio et ab utero) ...egressa est mecu(m). Ps(al)lm. Confitebor...(tibi, Domine) Pecunias suas no(n) dedit ad usuram sed pro captiuis ...came out with me. Psalm. I shall give thanks (to you, O Lord)... He did not give... Continue Reading →

British Library Tremulous Hand stars in British Library’s web showcase of medieval literature

British Library Tremulous Hand stars in British Library's web showcase of medieval literature Annotations of 13th-century reader, known for shaky notes that helped explain Old English to later generations, now survive in cyberspace Alison Flood Wed 31 Jan 2018 09.56 ESTLast... Continue Reading →

Please visit us at the 2019 Bibliography Week Showcase Thursday January 24, 10-4 French Institute/Alliance Française 22 E 60th Street New York, NY 10065

Here is my NYC list.. if anything is of interest let me know asap and I’ll give you a great price.!  (Well maybe) 234J Magister Adam   also  Raymmundus de Pennaforti. Su[m]mula clarissimi iurisco[n]sultissimiq[ue] viri Raymu[n]di : [Cologne]: [Retro Minores18 July... Continue Reading →

Country House-Wife’s Garden 1631

273J William Lawson (1553/4–1635) A nevv orchard and garden or The best way for planting, grafting, and to make any ground good, for a rich orchard: particularly in the north, and generally for the whole kingdome of England, as in... Continue Reading →

Hugh Latimer The First& …. Sermon preached before King Edward, March 8, 1549

"Of all the English Reformers, Bishop Hugh Latimer was the most popular in his time and probably has the greatest place in the affections of posterity.   Although a passionate preacher and a zealot for reform, in a day when religious... Continue Reading →

Saint Raymond of Peñafort Saint of the Day for January 7

234J  Magister Adam [de Aldersbach ](d1408.) also Raymmundus de Pennaforti. (1180-1275) "Su[m]mula clarissimi iurisco[n]sultissimiq[ue] viri Raymu[n]di : demu[m] reuisa ac castigatissime correcta : breuissimo co[m]pe[n]dio sacrame[n]torum alta co[m]plectens mysteria. de sortilegis. symonia. furto. rapina. vsura. etq[ue] [sic] varijs casibus"  ... Continue Reading →

Free Will ~ William of Auxerre, on Peter Lombard.

The first medieval theologian to develop a systematic treatise on free will, the virtues, and the natural law. 245J Guillermus Altissodorensis , or  William of Auxerre, c.1150-1231 (sometimes also called William of Beauvai) Summa aurea in quattuor libros sententiarum : a... Continue Reading →

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