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Cambridge, University Library (GB): Inc.3.J.1.2[3549]

ISTC No.ij00151000
AuthorJacobus de Voragine
TitleLegenda aurea sanctorum, sive Lombardica historia [English] The Golden Legend. Tr.: William Caxton
ImprintWestminster : Wynkyn de Worde, 8 Jan. 1498[/99?]
Format
Languageeng
SubjectHagiography
Keywordsliterature devotional; liturgy; translation
Periodmedieval

Description of Copy

Copy Id00562448
Holding InstitutionCambridge, University Library (GB)
CollectionInc.2-7
ShelfmarkInc.3.J.1.2[3549]
NoteOriginal item identifier in source database: 4993929

Provenance 1819-1892

Provenance nameAdams, John Couch, 1819-1892 [Person; Former Owner]

Provenance fl. 1721

Provenance nameKenrick, John, fl. 1721 [Person; Former Owner]

Provenance 1773-1831

Provenance nameThorold, John Hayford, Sir, 1773-1831 [Person; Former Owner]

Provenance

Provenance nameMurray, A. G. W. [Person; Former Owner]

Provenance

PlaceCambridge (Geonames Id: 2653941)
Areae-uk-en
Provenance nameCambridge University Library [Corporate body; Former Owner] (Library, No characterisation/lay)
NoteProvenance, Inc.3.J.1.2[3549]: Bookplate of John Couch Adams. From his bequest, 1892. Inscribed: 'Aprill 1721 pd Mr Parker in Lumbard Street 5/- for binding this book. Jno Kenrick.' On F7v in 16th cent. hand: 'george coffyn'. Old shelfmark: Adams.4.49.4. UkCU,Provenance, Inc.3.J.1.2[3550]: Bookplate of Syston Park; J.H.T[horold]'s book label. Bought for £17 15s by Quaritch at the Syston Park sale, Dec. 1884, at which it was sold as a copy of the 1512 edition. Inscribed in pencil 'Sams -- Dartington Lib Rariss'. Given 1918 by E.C. Dewick. Annotation: On h3 verso, beginning of story of St Thomas of Canterbury cancelled, h4-6 removed, end of story on h7r cancelled. Another account of St Thomas similarly censored in quire x (leaf x2 removed, much of x3r cancelled). UkCU,Provenance, Inc.3.K.1.2[3551]: From the collection of A.G.W. Murray, given by his brother Donald Murray, 1919. Annotation: Marginalia in 16th cent. hand on y1r.
CertaintyThe recording of this evidence is considered certain

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Cambridge, University Library (GB): Inc.3.J.1.2[3549]

ISTC No.ij00151000
AuthorJacobus de Voragine
TitleLegenda aurea sanctorum, sive Lombardica historia [English] The Golden Legend. Tr.: William Caxton
ImprintWestminster : Wynkyn de Worde, 8 Jan. 1498[/99?]
Format
Languageeng
SubjectHagiography
Keywordsliterature devotional; liturgy; translation
Periodmedieval

Description of Copy

Copy Id00562448
Holding InstitutionCambridge, University Library (GB)
CollectionInc.2-7
ShelfmarkInc.3.J.1.2[3549]
NoteOriginal item identifier in source database: 4993929

Provenance

Provenance nameAdams, John Couch, 1819-1892 [Person; Former Owner]

Provenance

Provenance nameKenrick, John, fl. 1721 [Person; Former Owner]

Provenance

Provenance nameThorold, John Hayford, Sir, 1773-1831 [Person; Former Owner]

Provenance

Provenance nameMurray, A. G. W. [Person; Former Owner]

Provenance

PlaceCambridge (Geonames Id: 2653941)
Areae-uk-en
Provenance nameCambridge University Library [Corporate body; Former Owner] (Library, No characterisation/lay)
NoteProvenance, Inc.3.J.1.2[3549]: Bookplate of John Couch Adams. From his bequest, 1892. Inscribed: 'Aprill 1721 pd Mr Parker in Lumbard Street 5/- for binding this book. Jno Kenrick.' On F7v in 16th cent. hand: 'george coffyn'. Old shelfmark: Adams.4.49.4. UkCU,Provenance, Inc.3.J.1.2[3550]: Bookplate of Syston Park; J.H.T[horold]'s book label. Bought for £17 15s by Quaritch at the Syston Park sale, Dec. 1884, at which it was sold as a copy of the 1512 edition. Inscribed in pencil 'Sams -- Dartington Lib Rariss'. Given 1918 by E.C. Dewick. Annotation: On h3 verso, beginning of story of St Thomas of Canterbury cancelled, h4-6 removed, end of story on h7r cancelled. Another account of St Thomas similarly censored in quire x (leaf x2 removed, much of x3r cancelled). UkCU,Provenance, Inc.3.K.1.2[3551]: From the collection of A.G.W. Murray, given by his brother Donald Murray, 1919. Annotation: Marginalia in 16th cent. hand on y1r.
CertaintyThe recording of this evidence is considered certain

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Last Edit2018-03-30 05:31:08