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ROMANCE AND OTHER STUDIES 



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GEORGE C. KEIDEL, Ph.D. 

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GEORGE C. KEIDEL, Ph.D., 

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Number Two; 



A MANUAL OF 

/ESOPIC FABLE LITERATURE. 

A First Book of Reference for the Period 
Ending A. D. 1500. 

FIRST FASCICULE. 
(With Three Facsimiles.) 



BALTIMORE: ^, 
THE FRIEDENVVALD COMPANY, 
1896. 



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GEORGE C. KEIDEL. 



(Romance atib Ot^tv ^^uMea 



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GEORGE C. KEIDEL, Ph.D., 

Assistant iti Romance Languages in the 
Johns Hopkins University. 



Number Two: 

A MANUAL OF 

^SOPIC FABLE LITERATURE 

A First Book of Reference for the Period 
Ending A. D. 1500. 

FIRST FASCICULE. 
(With Three Facsimiles.) 



BALTIMORE: 

THE FRIEDENWALD COMPANY, 

1896. 



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Jl QUanuaf of 

A FIRST BOOK OF REFERENCE FOR THE 
PERIOD ENDING A. D. 1500, 



BY 



GEORGE C. KEIDEL, Ph.D., 

Assistant in Romance Languages in the 
Johns Hopkins University. 



FIRST FASCICULE. 
(With Three Facsimiles.) 



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CONTENTS. 

PAGE 

Title Page to the Series ' 

Title Page '" 

Contents • • ^ 

Prefatory Note ^' 

Facsimiles "^^ 

Introduction. 

General Remarks on Fable Literature vii 

Subjects for Investigation vm 

Intrinsic Value of the ^Esopic Fable xi 

Mode of Construction and Limitations of the First Fascicule . xii 

Non Vidimus ^^' 

Description of Facsimiles '^^'i 

General Bibliography. 

History of ^sopic Fable Literature i 

History of Related Subjects 3 

History of Special Fields of Fable Literature 4 

Definitions of Fable 6 

History of Single Fables 7 

Tables of Fable Literature 8 

Incunabula. 

Editions and Descriptions 9 

Extant Copies 28 

Reference Lists S3 

a. Authors - S3 

d. Cities Where Printed 54 

c. Printers 5S 

d. Size of the Folio Editions S^ 

e. Size of the Quarto Editions S9 

/, Languages "° 

^. Cities Where Preserved 61 

k. Alphabetical List of Sales and Catalogues 66 

i. Chronological List of Sales and Catalogues 69 

J. Prices Brought 7- 

k. Bibliographers' Vidimus ^ 7S 

/. Former Owners 7S 



PREFATORY NOTE. 

Among the earliest appointments to the Academic Staff 
of the Johns Hopkins University made by the Board of 
Trustees was that of Arthur Marshall Elliott on June 5, 
1876, to be an Associate in Languages, and it is in com- 
memoration of the twentieth anniversary of this most 
important event in the history of the Romance Studies of 
America, representing as it does the beginning of a double 
decennium of incessant effort to raise the standard of 
modern linguistic work in the New World, that this first 
idiSCxcnXe o^ di Manual of Aisopic Fable Literature \s issued 
by one of his pupils as a tribute and memorial of a long 
period of labor under his direction and inspiration. 

By a singular coincidence this same date of June 5, 1896, 
marks approximately the close of a decennium of con- 
tinuous attendance at the Johns Hopkins University by 
the author of the present book, and at once a lustrum of 
association with Professor Elliott in his work in P'able 
Literature, the special subject to which this publication is 

devoted. 

George C. Keidel, 

Assista7it in Romance Languages. 

Johns Hopkins University, 
June 5, 1896. 









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INTRODUCTION. 

Fable Literature, taking the term in its most general 
sense, may be said to include all forms of animal tales in 
which a moral purpose is evident. Such tales appear to 
have existed at all times and among all peoples, and the 
attempt to trace mutual relations between them in their 
oral form appears to be a well-nigh hopeless task. It is 
only when they definitely appear as literature and are con- 
signed to writing that tangible results in this direction are 
attainable to the modern scholar. 

Fable Literature as a whole may be divided into three 
main groups : Bidpai Literature, j^sopic Fables and the 
Animal Epic. Each of these has its problems, each of 
these has its charms ; but it is with the second of them as 
lying more especially within the domain of the author's 
habitual studies that the present Manual is exclusively 
concerned. 

Indeed it may well be claimed that in the usual accepta- 
tion of the English term. Fable refers exclusively to this 
class of literature, whilst the other two classes (if known 
at all) are considered merely as cognate branches. 

Having thus already greatly restricted the scope of the 
present work, it will be necessary to explain that even the 
yEsopic Fable in its entirety has seemed to the author too 
large a subject for treatment here, and that he has therefore 
given items of information only for the period extending 
from the earliest known times of the ^sopic Fable, as mani- 
fested in the extant writings of the Greeks, down to the 
close of the Fifteenth Century, an epoch when manuscript 
copying as the recognized means of recording man's 
thoughts gave way to book printing and the general exter- 



viii Ivtrodtiction. 

nal aspect of literature in consequence changed to its 
modern form. 

The chief aim in the compilation of such a manual has 
been to provide scholars with a handy book of first refer- 
ence which would serve as a general guide to the subject 
from whatever side it might happen to be approached. 
Its scope, therefore, is quite different from that of the best 
work of a similar nature now in the hands of scholars — 
Joseph Jacobs' History of the ALsopic Fable — its aim being 
merely to present the bare facts as far as they are known 
to the author, while leaving all constructive reasoning if 
not entirely to other writers at least to another occasion. 

Should the present Manual some day reach completion, 
a vast mass of the dry bones of literary history will no 
doubt have therein been presented ; but, however great it 
may have been possible to make such a collection of raw 
material, the extent of this field of literature is so immense 
that at least as much more will probably still remain to be 
gleaned by those that come after. Should any one be 
inclined to doubt the approximate truth of this statement, 
the author would politely recommend him to inspect M. 
Hervieux' immense publication on Latin Fable Literature 
alone as evidencing the possibilities of attainment still 
open to the investigator in other less cultivated fields of 
Mediaeval Literature as regards the Mso^ic Fable. 

In any case it is evident that much, very much, still 
remains to be done in this field of literature which was 
once so popular with the learned, and which is even yet 
familiar in its best specimens to all educated people — for it 
would probably be a difficult task indeed to find an intelli- 
gent person who had never heard of the Hare and the Tor- 
toise say, or the Mouse and the Lion, or any one of a dozen 
of the best-known fables. 

Subjects for Investigation. 

The general problem in this connection before the 
scholar of to-day may be fitly divided into three heads : 



Introduction. ix 

discovery, critical editing, and correlation. It is the 
author's hope that the present Mafiical, when completed, 
may be of some assistance for the first and last of these 
categories at least by furnishing the investigator with a 
convenient tool to aid him in making new conquests 
in the domain of the still unknown. To accomplish this 
result his aim has been to compile the pertinent informa- 
tion given by the best authorities on the subject in hand, 
and at the same time to add as far as possible new material 
derived from his own reading, thus producing on a limited 
scale a thesaurus of information concerning the ^sopic 
Fable in its period of greatest influence. 

It would seem, indeed, that it will be only by gathering 
together such scattered bits of information and by making 
them generally known that any great advance in such a 
difficult field of research will be possible to us, and it is 
perhaps not too much to hope that the present Manual 
may serve as a nucleus for such work and as a starting- 
point for a more scientific treatment of the bibliography 
of so large a subject. 

A few general notions may perhaps be here not inappro- 
priately set forth of the work that is still to be done in 
^sopic Fable Literature : -^ 

I. A thorough search for new manuscripts containing 
collections of fables is yet to be made in the various public 
and private libraries, especially of Europe, which no doubt 
still contain many treasures of this sort as yet unknown to 
the scholarly world. 

As an instance of the possibilities in this direction there 
may be mentioned the fact that only a few months ago M. 
Paul Meyer, the well-known Romance scholar and palaeo- 
grapher, was able to announce* the discovery of a new 
manuscript of the Old French collection of fables written 
by Marie de France, perhaps the most talented of all the ^ 
Mediseval fabulists. If this is still possible in the case of so 

* Romania, "Vol. XXV (1896), p. 154, note i. 



X Introduction. 

celebrated an author and for a large public library like the 
Bibliotheque Natiotiale at Paris, what may we not yet hope 
to find in the case of less known authors and smaller 
libraries? A bibliographical contribution to this side of 
^sopic Fable Literature is included in the proposed plan 
for the present Manual, though postponed to a later fasci- 
cule. 

2. With the art of printing as a means of literary propa- 
gation came a revival of interest in ^sopic Fable Litera- 
ture, and for the first century or two after its invention 
editions of the various collections then in vogue followed 
each other with great rapidity. An individual and also a 
comparative study of these editions is surely an important 
part of the fable investigator's task, besides offering much 
of interest from other points of view. It is with this aspect 
of the subject that the present fascicule is chiefly concerned, 
and in spite of the rather formidable array which it has been 
so far possible for the author to set up, it seems not unlikely 
that the discoveries still to be made in this direction will 
be even greater than in the case of the manuscripts, for in 
spite of the excellent work done by the numerous and 
justly celebrated bibliographers of the present as well as 
of the last century, it seems that but a beginning has been 
made in this sphere of investigation. 

3. Citations of-^Esopic fables in illustration of some point 
in an author's works have at all times been numerous, and 
in addition to this there are to be found many references 
to this sort of literature which are of value especially in an 
investigation of the earliest phases of its development. 
This class of citations and references, while of considerable 
importance to fable scholars, is perhaps the most difficult 
of all to control. It would seem that hitherto only a small 
portion of them have been collected by the various investi- 
gators, and it is therefore hoped to make the present 
7J/a«//rt'/ especially full in this direction. 



Introduction. xi 

4. The text of every collection of fables should, of 
course, be subjected to careful critical editing, and all the 
special information concerning it should be painstakingly 
examined and thoroughly sifted by a competent scholar in 
each case. This has unfortunately been done for only a 
few of the many extant collections, and is, of course, a 
sphere of scholarly usefulness falling wholly without the 
scope of the present work. 

5. Each one of the known ^Esopic Fable collections 
should be carefully compared as a whole with its cognate 
collections in order to ascertain as far as this is possible the 
relations in which it stands to the latter. This is a species 
of investigation peculiarly difficult in its very nature, but 
one which has already received considerable attention 
because of its psychological allurements, and which may 
therefore be considered as fairly well worked out by the 
many celebrated scholars who have expended their critical 
acumen upon this part of the general field. 

6. Lastly, each separate fable should be made the subject 
of a comparative literary study as an individual entity and 
its gradual development and endless wanderings from 
writer to writer and country to country be subjected to 
careful investigation. Hitherto but few such attempts 
have been made, and even these are rather incomplete it 
would seem ; as a sine qua non for this sort of study it is 
proposed to include in this Manual, as being perhaps its 
most important feature, a General Index of Fables giving 
under each title as complete a list as possible of the places 
where it is to be found, together with numerous cross refer- 
ences to the various cognate forms which exist for almost 
every fable. 

Intrinsic Value of the ^sopic Fable. 

In addition to all this work which is still to be done on 
the formal side of a complete study of -^sopic Fable Lit- 
erature there remains a set of deeper questions regarding 



xii Introduction. 

the intrinsic value of the Fable both from a moral and 
from an artistic standpoint, and innumerable minor ques- 
tions which are more or less closely connected with the 
more general subjects of inquiry just mentioned also pre- 
sent themselves. But little appears to have been done as 
yet in this interesting field for study and mature reflection, 
and much of what has therein been accomplished may no 
doubt be justly placed to the credit of that enthusiastic 
fable investigator of the last century, Gotthold Ephraim 
Lessing. 

This writer's philosophical analysis of the true inward- 
ness of the ^sopic Fable may well stand perusal and re- 
perusal, as it clearly shows the essential points which con- 
stitute the various species when at their best, while inci- 
dentally proving that the vast majority of fabulists have 
had only the most rudimentary conception of the scope and 
true purpose of their chosen field of literary endeavor. It 
clearly appears from this treatment of the subject that our 
most popular fables embody just these principles, while the 
great mass of practically unknown fables have remained so 
because of their failure to include in themselves one or 
more of the characteristics essential to a lasting success. 

Mode of Construction and Limitations of the First 

Fascicule. 

In the compilation of the General Bibliography the aim 
has been to present a list of the chief contributions to a 
study of Fable Literature both for the subject as a whole 
and for the single branch of it treated more in detail in the 
present Manual. 

The citations of book titles have been made very full in 
order that such information might be given in even a 
limited space as would serve to indicate their general scope 
to those who may never have had the opportunity of seeing 
the books themselves. The skeleton citation of book titles 
so much in vogue seems to the writer a matter to be espe- 



Introduction. xiii 

cially deplored in this age of scientific exactness, as such 
scanty notices are usually tantalizing rather than satisfying, 
and more often do they perhaps lead the novice astray than 
they actually convey desired information to the veteran. 

With the complete list of books on Fable Literature here 
cited before him any student may approach the subject for 
serious study without great misgivings as to a lack of the 
necessary material for general investigations, though of 
course hundreds of other books more or less germane to 
the subject and more or less important in themselves could 
easily have been cited. Text editions as such have been 
rigidly excluded from this list for obvious reasons, and 
also because they belong rather to other more special por- 
tions of the present Manual. 

It is believed that the various lists given in connection 
w^ith the general subject of Fable Incunabula will prove to 
be of considerable assistance for a further study of this 
subject, as properly speaking no such lists appear to have 
been hitherto attempted, for although both Brunet and 
Hervieux* have made valuable and extensive contributions 
to this field, their work was conceived in quite a different 
spirit from that here attempted, which, it may be remarked, 
is necessarily based to a considerable extent upon the 
results already attained by them. 

The BritisJi Museum Catalogue of Printed Books comes 
nearer perhaps to the plan of the lists here given than any 
other such publication, but its sphere of action is of course 
limited to the specimens contained in a single great library, 

* M. Hervieux' recently published volume on Odo of Sherington did 
not appear in time to be included in the list of his publications given 
on pages i and 2 of this Manual; as no incunabula are, however, 
referred to in this new volume, the present fascicule has not thereby been 
deprived of any additional information. The complete title of the book 
is as follows : Les Fabulistes Latins depuis le Silcle d^ Augusie Jusqu'' a la 
Fin du Moye7i Age. Tome IV : Elides de Cheriton et ses Derives. Paris : 
librairie de Firmin-Didot et Cie., 56 Rue Jacob, 1896. Svo, viii and 
482 pp. 



xiv Introduction. 

and it is at the same time naturally constructed with some- 
what different ends in view. 

The inclusion of the Dialogiis Creaturarum commonly 
attributed to Nicolaus Pergamenus and of two of the Spe- 
cula of Vincentius Bellovacensis in these lists may perhaps 
be considered by some critics as unnecessary and uncalled 
for, but in any case it would appear that no particular 
excuse for their presence is here demanded unless it be the 
possible plea of supererogatory merit. 

In consulting the various bibliographies and books of 
reference while compiling the lists here given, it has been a 
matter of much surprise to the author to find that in the 
vast majority of cases the descriptions given were rather 
scanty, sometimes even meagre to the last degree ; and he 
has hence in certain cases attempted to supply the infor- 
mation which was lacking, either by way of implication or 
by way of conjecture. Had this plan not been followed, 
the descriptions given would have been in many cases 
mere skeletons of perhaps a single item, and hence of but 
little use to any one ; the author, however, does not pretend 
to be in any sense of the word wiser than his sources, and 
therefore earnestly recommends all readers to look up for 
themselves the references given, and thus to use the present 
Manual merely as a guide and not in any way as a possible 
authority on the subject. 

Some slips have undoubtedly been made, especially in 
the attempt to assign an approximate date to all undated 
editions, and it is to be hoped that these blemishes will be 
to a considerable extent corrected by persons able to judge 
intelligently of such matters. 

Peculiarities of orthography occurring in the originals 
have been kept where known, but the great majority of 
them have probably been omitted by the various biblio- 
graphers whose works have been drawn upon. 

Besides the numerous cases in which the descriptions 
furnished by the bibliographers afford conflicting evidence, 



Introduction. xv 

the chief matter of regret must remain the fact that it has 
been their almost universal custom to omit a statement as 
to whether their material was derived at first hand or not ; 
to obviate this difficulty as much as possible, the statement 
that an actual inspection of the work in question has been 
made by the bibliographer cited, is given in a foot-note 
wherever there appeared to be sufficient justification for so 
doing. 

It has given the author especial pleasure to have been 
able to point out the existence of several extant copies of 
Fable Incunabula now preserved in American libraries, as 
none of them appear to have been known to previous 
bibliographers. The treasures of this sort still hidden 
away in the public and private libraries of Europe, and 
perhaps even of America and other continents, are probably 
quite considerable as they are of a sort extremely difficult 
of control through the usual manuals. 

Finally, it is hoped that the generous use made of bold- 
faced type together with the numerous Reference Lists 
appended, will make the present Maftual one of easy and 
rapid reference — an essential characteristic of such a work 
only too often overlooked by compilers. 

NoN Vidimus. 

The general practice in this Manual has been to give 
only references which have been obtained at first hand. 
In some cases, however, it has seemed advisable to include 
a certain number of references obtained merely at second 
hand, as at the moment a personal inspection of the works 
cited was impossible, and as by following any other rule 
there would have arisen inconvenient gaps in some of the 
lists given. 

In order to make the best possible amends for this 
unavoidable blemish it is my purpose to state here quite 
distinctly which books I have not seen with my own eyes, 
with the direct implication that all the other books men- 
tioned have been so inspected : 



xvi Introduction. 

Page 6, Nos. i, 2,4, 5, 6; 

Page 7, Nos. 8, 9, 10, 13 ; and No. 2 in the next list; 
Page 8, No. 6 ; 

Pages 9 to 28, Nos. i to 63 and 65 to 178 ; 
Pages 28 to 53, all the references in the body of the text, 
except No. 64a. 

Description of Facsimiles. 

It will have been noticed that in the earlier days of the 
printing-press very large-sized editions were prevailingly 
issued, a statement which is corroborated by the fact that 
all of the editions herein cited up to A. D. 1500 are either 
folios or quartos. Including the present fascicule there 
are specimen pages of at least two such large-sized editions 
accessible to the general reader in facsimile, and it has been 
deemed of interest to likewise insert by way of contrast 
facsimiles from two small-sized editions oi JEsof s Fables 
from the seventeenth century. The latter are given merely 
as representatives of a style of printing differing widely at 
once from" the earliest and from the latest usage for such 
works. 

I, In his valuable treatise on Early Illustrated Books* 
Mr. Alfred W. Pollard has given a reduced facsimile of a 
page from one of Antonius Sorg's reprints of the original 
Ulm edition of Stainhowel's Esopus.\ The page chosen 
contains an illustration representing the situation in the 
fable entitled : De Ra?iis et loue, which is considered by 
Mr. Pollard to be one of the best illustrations in the whole 
work. The portion of the Latin text occurring on the 
same page is quite legible in the facsimile in spite of its 
reduced size. 



* Early Illustrated Books ; a History of the Decoration and Illustra- 
tion of Books in the 15th and i6th Centuries; by Alfred W. Pollard. 
London : Kegan Paul, Trench, Trlibner (and) Co., Ltd., 1893. 8vo, xvi 
and 256 pp., with numerous illustrations. See page 52. 

tCf. page 13 of this Manual, Nos. 38 and 39; the facsimile was 
probably taken from the copy No. 39^^ referred to on page 36. 



Introduction . x v i i 

2. The largest of the three facsimiles herewith given has 
been taken from a copy which was one of the more valuable 
books of the large collection bequeathed to the Johns Hop- 
kins University by the late John W. McCoy. The volume 
is handsomely bound in parchment, but has been errone- 
ously lettered as follows : ^sopi [ Fabulae | Editio ] Prin- 
ceps I Germanicse | 1483. 

Far from being the original German edition of yEsofs 
Fables, our book is merely a reprint of the German text alone 
of Stainhowel's Latin and German edition of Ulm about the 
year 1475." It can, however, probably claim the distinc- 
tion of being the oldest edition of the German version 
issued separately whose date is fixed by the printer's 
colophon. M. Hervieux has had the good fortune of 
being able to inspect two other copies of this edition (the 
only copies hitherto known to exist, it would seem), and 
according to his description the book is a folio of 169 
leaves, of which the Life of ALsop and the text of the fables 
occupy the first 154 leaves, while the remainder contain a 
work entitled Historia Sigisiminde. 

The McCoy copy is unfortunately not entirely complete, 
though the lost portions are of no great extent. The first 
34 leaves contain the Life of yEsop already mentioned and 
preceded by a full-page portrait headed Esopus on the 
verso of the first leaf. The leaves in this portion of the 
book are entirely devoid of any numbering. The text is 
headed as follows : 

Vita Esopi fabulatoris clarissimi e greco | latina per 
Rimicin(m) facta ad reuerendissimu(m) | patrem dominum 
Anthonium Tituli sancti | Chrisogoni prespiterum Car- 
dinalem. 

The entire text, however, is in German, as we find 
explained further down the page by the words : 

. . . ausz latein von doctore heinrico steinho | wel 
schlecht vn(d) verstentlich geteiitscht. 



* Cf. page 16 of this Manual, and the references there given. 



XV ill Introduction. 

Up to this point there appear to be no leaves missing, 
although the text of the first six has suffered a partial loss 
at the lower corners, apparently owing to excessive thumb- 
ing previous to the time of the present binding. 

There then follow 120 numbered leaves containing the 
text of the fables, but of this series the fifth and sixth 
leaves are missing. Finally there comes a series of only 
eight additional unnumbered leaves containing a species 
of Index Rerum, a portion of the Historia Sigismunde and 
the printer's colophon. According to M. Hervieux' 
description there must therefore be seven more leaves 
missing from the McCoy copy in this portion. Indeed 
the verso of the next to last leaf breaks off abruptly thus ; 

sy inwendigen allein dye thiir auf vnnd nam alldo — 

At the top of the recto of the last leaf there occurs a 
colophon worded thus: 

Esopus der hochberiimbt fabeltichter — mit 
etlichen zuogelegten fabeln Rimicy vund 
Auiani — vnd d' histori sigismunde der toh- 
ter des fiirsten Tancredi vnd des iiinglin 
ges Gwisgardi enndet sich hie — Gedruckt 
vnd vollendet in der hochwirdigen vnnd 
keiserlichen stat Augspurg — von Antho- 
nio Sorg am montag nach Agathe Da 
man zalt nach Cristi geburt — M — CCCC 
vnd in dem— LXXXIII— lar— 

The remainder of the leaf is blank, and on its verso there 
is written in pale black ink the name Johannes Schaff- 
haiisser, probably one of the early owners of this copy. 

The present size of the leaves is about seven inches by 
ten, the type used is the Gothic, and the whole work is 
adorned by numerous rudely executed wood-cuts. The 
normal number of lines on full pages appears to be 36, 
although some have only 35 ; it is also to be noted that 



Introduction. xix 

the following leaves are wrongly numbered : leaf xii is 
given as xiii; leaf liiii has no number; leaf Ivi is given as 
li ; leaf xci is given as ci ; and leaf cxv is given as cv. 

A note in pale black ink on the upper margin of leaf xvi 
gives evidence of trimming by the binder, who appears to 
have greatly reduced what was originally a wide margin. 
The verso of this same leaf has had an extra illustration 
pasted over the one originally printed in the text, and as 
the superimposed wood-cut suits the accompanying text 
yet appears to be wholly different from the one beneath,* 
though in the same style as the remaining illustrations, we 
may suppose that the printer erroneously inserted an 
irrelevant wood-cut in his text at this point, and discover- 
ing this fact after the leaf was printed struck off special 
copies of the proper illustration and thus corrected his 
original error as well as he could. It would be of interest 
to note whether the same thing was done in the case of the 
other two copies mentioned above. 

Many of the illustrations have been touched up with 
either black or red ink, and various marginal notes and 
other marks are to be found which are evidently due to 
some one or more of the early possessors of this copy. 

A point worthy of note, and one which would probably 
suffice to easily identify all the extant copies of this edition, 
is that in certain cases a blank space has been left in the 
body of the text which should have been filled out by some 
word not inserted by the printer. Thus among the unnum- 
bered leaves at the beginning of the book there is a blank 
space in the last line on the verso of the twenty-first leaf, 
and on the recto of the third numbered leaf there are three 
such spaces, the first of which has been filled in with a 
pen, the second crossed out, and the third left blank. It 
is this last-mentioned page which has been chosen for pre- 



* This illustration is no doubt the same as the one correctly inserted 
in the text on the recto of leaf li. 



XX Introdtiction. 

senting in facsimile, as the occurrence of such a series of 
blank spaces is perhaps the most curious feature in the 
whole book. 

The original is about one-fourth larger in its dimensions 
than would appear from the facsimile, in which the wide 
margin has also been much reduced. As the paper in the 
original is rather thin, and as at the same time the ink used 
is extremely black, there are noticeable in the facsimile 
faint traces of the wood-cut on the verso as well as of the 
accompanying text itself. 

The wood-cuts used in this edition are probably identical 
with those occurring in that from which Mr. Pollard's fac- 
simile was taken, as the one there reproduced also occurs 
in the McCoy copy here described. 

3. The first of the two smaller facsimiles given repre- 
sents very accurately the appearance of the original, 
excepting that the whole background is of the mellow tint 
which even the whitest of paper assumes with age. The 
two pages chosen represent the end of the diffuse Life of 
y-Esop, which occupies almost all of the preceding portion 
of the book, and the beginning of the fables themselves. 
The original is bound in parchment and formerly contained 
two medallions on the outside of the cover, as well as 
fastenings of some sort or other. The fly-leaf is occupied 
by the following inscription: 

Ingeniosissimo puero | Cornelio Luackio | Curatores et 
rector | scholae Brielanae* | Hoc industriae | Praemium | 
L. M. D. D. I Leonardus lohannis F. | Theophilus Rycke- 
waert | Corn. Bunzolzdt | Franciscus Villeius | rector. 

* Uriel is a fortified seaport town on the north side of the island of 
Voorne, S. Holland, and lying about fourteen miles west of Rotterdam. 
From 1585 to i6t6 it was held by England as security for certain 
advances made to the states of Holland, and it was probably some time 
during this period in its history that the award of the present school- 
prize occurred. 



Introduction. xxi 

The title-page reads as follows: 

^SOPI PHRYGIS 

FABVLiE, ELEGANTIS- 

SIMIS ICONIBVS 
illustratae. 

CVM LATINA VERSIONE, 
Graeco textui adiuncta.* 



Adiectae sunt diuersorum fabulce, nee non 

opuscula qus in sequenti pagina 

videre est. 

LVGDVNI, 
Sumptibus loannis lullieron. 

M. DCIX. 

On the reverse side of the title-page there is given a brief 
table of contents, and then on page 3 there begins the body 
of the text with : Ex Aphtho- | nij sophistae praeexerci- ] 
tamentis. On the following page we find: Ex Philo- | 
strati imaginibus | fabula, with an illustration which is 
curiously enough repeated on page lO. 

On page 7 begins: -^sopi Fa- | bulatoris vita, a Ma- | 
ximo Planude con- | scripta. This portion of the book 
contains some thirty-four woodcuts. Thereafter come, as 
shown in the facsimile, the fables themselves, occupying 
pages 139-305 and numbered consecutively up to 150. 
This portion of the book contains fifty-two woodcuts. 

Up to this point the Greek text and its Latin translation 
have been arranged throughout in parallel columns on the 
same page ; but from page 306 to page 363 the two texts 
are arranged on opposite pages, as is also the case from 

*The next following portion has been partially erased in the copy at 
hand. 



xxii Introduction. 

page 366 to page 399, whilst for the rest of the book no 
parallel texts occur. 

Pages 306-333 are occupied by: Gabriae Graeci ] Tetra- 
sticha, numbering forty-three fables. Pages 334-363 by : 
Homeri Ranarum | (et) Murium pugna, after which comes 
a two-page index of the proper names therein occurring. 
Four pages are next devoted to a species of preface 
headed: Aristobulus Apo- | stolicus sacer diaconus iis 
qui I hoc usuri sunt libro, | S. D. 

Pages 370-399 are occupied by a piece entitled : Felium 
Muriumque | pugna, incerto auctore, followed on page 400 
by an index of proper names. 

Then come forty-two Latin fables headed: ^Esopi Fa- 
bulae XLII | ab Avieno elego j carmine conscriptae; they 
are preceded by two short prefaces, and the whole occupies 
pages 401-427, On page 428 is given a list entitled: 
Capita iEsopi | Vitae, and this is followed on pages 
429-432 by an Index Fabularum, which closes the book. 

Another case of a double use being made of the same 
illustration occurs on pages 169 and 289 for the fables 
entitled Mulier et Gallina and Gallina miripara respectively. 
A number of typographical errors have been noticed, and 
it is a matter of some surprise to find that the two prefaces 
on pages 401 and 402, as well as fables 30 to 42 of the 
Avianus collection, have been put in the same small type 
in which the indices are given. 

4. The last facsimile given is taken from another edition 
of fables of a later date and of a different scope, but of 
much the same size and typographical workmanship as 
that just described, the chief exception being the complete 
omission of illustrations. The two pages chosen represent 
the beginning of the fables of Aphthonius, although occur- 
ring well on towards the end of the book. The original 
has been inadequately protected from the rough usage 
which it has received by an indifferent leather binding 
apparently contemporaneous with the printing. 



Introduction. xxiii 

On the margin of the title-page there is to be found in 
writing the legend : Ex libris Dr. Eligii De Longo jumello, 
a phrase which is repeated on the margin of page 21, thus 
possibly indicating the birth-year of the original possessor 
of this copy. The title-page reads as follows : 

A ^0 N I OT 

20OI2T0T 

nPOTTMNASMATA. 

APHTHONII 

SOPHISTiE 

PROGYMNASMATA. 

Francisco Scobario Inter pre- 

te : cum Notts & Commentariis 

Hadamarij. 

Eiusdem Aphthonii Fabvl^ nunc 
primiim in lucem prolatae. 

Editio noua a P. S. I. micia &^ recognita, 6^ ad 
vsum studiosa mtientiitis accommodata. 

P A R IS I I S, 

Apud SiMONEM Benard, via lacobsea, 

sub Imagine Divae Mariae de Fide, e 

Regione Collegij Societatis Iesv. 

M. DC. LXVI. 

The reverse of the title-page together with the ten follow- 
ing pages contain a detailed table of contents of very 
clumsy typographical workmanship, a few almost wholly 
illegible signatures being given at the bottom of the pages. 

There then follow the Progymnasmata of Aphthonius 
with a parallel-page Latin translation by Franciscus Sco- 
barius, the whole occupying pages 1-121. Then at length 
come the fables, as shown in the facsimile, extending to 
page 161 and being forty in number. 



xxiv Introduction. 

The majority of the pages up to this point have their 
margins partially filled by short printed critical and ex- 
planatory notes, and the remaining seventeen pages of the 
book arranged in signatures are devoted to a similar set 
of longer notes entitled: In Aphthonii | Progymnasmata ] 
Scholia. I Ab vno e Societ. lesu Reuer. Patr. | huic Edi- 
tioni nunc primiim addita; and: In Aphthonii | Progym- 
nasmata, I Notae ex Comment. Hadamarii. 1 In Chria. III. 
Progymnasmate respectively ; the latter with certain mar- 
ginal notes in print. Typographical errors are numerous 
in this edition as well, and the printing is on the whole not 
as satisfactory as that of the earlier edition just described. 



V 






HISTORY OF ^SOPIC FABLE LITERATURE. 

i I. Anonymous, Essai stir la Fable et sur les Fabiilistes 
avant La Fontaine. In : CEuvres Completes de La 
Fontaine, avec les notes de tous les commentate urs 
et des notices historiques en tete de chaque ou- 
vrage. Fables: Tome I, pp. 81-142. Paris, chez 
P. Dupont, libraire-editeur, 1826. 8vo, iv and 

393 PP- 
2. Edelestand Du Meril, Histoire de la Fable Esopiqiie. 

In his : Poesies Inedites du Moyen Age, precedees 

d'une histoire de la fable esopique, pp. 1-167. 

Paris: librairie Franck, 67 Rue Richelieu, 1854. 

8vo, 456 pp. 

,1, 3. Leopold Hervieux, Les Fabulistes Latins depnis le 

Siecle d'Auguste jusqiia la Fin du Moyen Age. 

Tome I : Phedre et ses Anciens Imitatctirs Directs 
et Indirects. Paris: librairie de Firmin-Didot et 
Cie., 56 Rue Jacob, 1884. 8vo, viii and 729 pp. 

Tome II : Phedre etses Anciens Lmitateurs Directs 
et Indirects. Paris : librairie de Firmin-Didot et 
Cie., 56 Rue Jacob, 1884. 8vo, 852 pp. 

Tome III : Aviamis et ses Ancietis lmitateurs. 
Paris: librairie de Firmin-Didot et Cie,, 56 Rue 
Jacob, 1894. 8vo, iii and 530 pp. 

Tome IV*: Phedre et ses Anciens lmitateurs 
Directs et Indirects. Tome I, deuxieme edition, 
entierement refondue. Paris : librairie de P'irmin- 
Didot et Cie., 56 Rue Jacob, 1893. 8vo, xii and 
834 pp. 

Tome V* : Phedre et ses Anciens lmitateurs, 
Directs et Indirects. Tome II, deuxieme edition, 



* Thus denominated by me for purposes of compact reference. 



2 /^sopic Fable Literature. 

entierement refondue. Paris: librairie de Firmin- 
Didot et Cie., 56 Rue Jacob, 1894. 8vo, 808 pp. 

4. Joseph Jacobs, History of the Aisopic Fable. In : The 

Fables of ^Fsop, as first printed by William Caxton 
in 1484 with those of Avian, Alfonso and Poggio, 
now again edited and induced by Joseph Jacobs. 
Vol. I. London : published by David Nutt, in the 
Strand, 1889. 8vo, xx and 283 pp. 

5. F. Max Miiller, On the Migration of Fables. In: 

Chips From a German Workshop, by F. Max 
Miiller. Vol. IV, pp. 145-209. London : Long- 
mans, Green & Co., 1875. 8vo, viii and 581 pp. 
Also in : Selected Essays on Language, Mythology 
and Religion, by F. Max Miiller. Vol. I, pp. 500- 
576. London: Longmans, Green & Co., 1881. 
8vo, viii and 623 pp. 
i 6. A. C. M. Robert, Essai sur les Autcurs dontles Fables 
out Precede Cclles de La Fontaine. In : Fables 
Incdites des Xlle, XLLLe et XlVe Siecles, et Fables 
de La Fontaine, rapprochees de celles de tous les 
auteurs qui avoient, avant lui, traite les memes 
sujets, par A. C. M. Robert. Tome I, pp. xiii- 
ccxlviii. Paris: Etienne Cabin, libraire-editeur, 
Rue de La Harpe, No. 50 bis, 1825. 8vo, cclxii 
and 368 pp. 
7. A. Wagener, Essai sur les Rapports qid Existent entre 
les Apologues de V Inde et les Apologues de la Grece. 
In : Mcmoires Couronncs et Memoires des Savants 
Etra*^gers, publics par 1' Academic Royale de 
Sciences, des Lettres et des Beaux-Arts de Bel- 
gique. Tome XXV (1851-1853), pp. 1-126 (at the 
end). Bruxelles, M. Hayez, imprimeurde I'Acade- 
mie Royale, 1854. 4to, vi and 670 pp. -|-4i pl- 
and 3 maps. 



Related Subjects. 3 

HISTORY OF RELATED SUBJECTS. 

1. Joseph Bedier, Les Fabliaux ; etudes de litterature 

populaire et d'histoire litteraire du Moyen Age. 
{Bibl. Ec. Hautes Etudes, Fasc. 98.) Paris : Emile 
Bouillon, editeur, 6"] Rue Richelieu, 1893. 8vo, 
xxvii and 485 pp. Deuxieme edition, revue et 
corrigee, 1895. 8vo, viii and 499 pp. 

2. Domenico Comparetti, Researches Respecting the 

Book of Sindibdd. London : published for the 
Folk-Lore Society by Elliot Stock, 1882. Vol. 
IX, 8vo, viii and 167 pp. 

3. Bruno Herlet, Beitrdge zur Geschichte der Asopischen 

^Fabel im Mittelalter. Programm. Bamberg, W. 
Gartner's Buchdruckerei (D. Siebenkees), 1892. 
8vo, 113 pp. 

4. Otto Keller, Thieve des Classischett Alterthums in Cul- 

iurgeschichtlicher Besiehnng. Innsbruck, Verlag 
der Wagner'schen Universitats-Buchhandlung, 
1887. 8vo, ix and 448 pp. (Cf. esp. his notes.) 

5. Eduard Kolloff, Die Sagenhafte und Symbolische 

Thiergescldchte des Mittelalters. In : Historisches 
Taschenbuch, herausgegeben von Friedrich von 
Raumer. Vierter Folge, achter Jahrgang, pp. 177- 
269. Leipzig: F. A. Brockhaus, 1867. i2mo, 
vi and 430 pp. 

6. lK2iX^^l'&'L'^iQ.^'^i\^.,DieQ^lellendesDekameron. Zweite 

sehr vermehrte und verbesserte Auflage. Stutt- 
gart: J. Scheible's Verlagsbuchhandlung, 1884. 
8vo, xviii and 345 pp. 
IS 7. Charles Louandre, L Epopee des Animaux. In : 
Revue des Deux Mondes, XXIIIe annee, seconde 
serie de la nouvelle periode. Tome IV, pp. 929- 
953 and 1126-1152. Paris: Bureau de la Revue 
des Deux Mondes, 20 Rue Saint-Benoit, 1853. 
8vo, 1272 pp. Ditto, XXIVe annee: Tome V, pp. 
308-340. Paris, 1854. 8vo, 1280 pp. 



I. • 

|. special Fields of Fable Literature. 

8. C. Prantl, Einige Restedes Thier-Epos bei den Sammely 

scliriftstellern und Naturhistorikern des S pater en 
AltertJmms. In: PhilologJis ; Zeitschrift fiir das 
klassische Alterthum, herausgegeben von F. W. 
Schneidewin, Vol. VII, pp. 61-76. Gottingen, 
Verlag der Dieterichschen Buchhandlung, 1852. 
8vo, iv and 768 pp. 

9. H. L. D. "Ward, Catalogue of Romances in the Depart- 

ment of Manuscripts in the British Museuin. Vol. II. 
Printed by order of the Trustees: sold at the 
British Museum, 1893. 8vo, xii and 748 pp. 

Pp. 1 1 1-27 1 : Easterfi Legends and Tales. 

Pp. 368-396 : Reynard the Fox. 



HISTORY OF SPECIAL FIELDS OF FABLE 
LITERATURE. 

1. Joseph Bedier, Les Contes d'Animaux dans V An- 

tiquitc Greco-Latine. In his : Les Fabliaux, 1st ed., 
pp. 64-77 ; 2d ed., pp. 93-106. (See p. 3.) 

2. Richard Bentley, De Aesopo ct Aliis Fabularum 

Scriptoribus. I n : loawiis Alberti Fabricii Biblio- 
theca Graeca. Editio Quarta, curante Gottlieb 
Christophoro Harles. Vol. I, pp. 618-661. Ham- 
burgi, apud Carolum Ernestum Bohn, 1790. 4to, 
xxviii and 888 pp. 
> 3. B. le B. de Fontenelle, De VOrigine des Fables. 
In: CEuvres de Fontenelle, precedees d'une notice 
sur sa vie et ses ouvrages. (Tome IV :) Melanges, 
pp. 294-310. Paris: Salmon, libraire-editeur, 19 
Quai des Augustins, 1825. 8vo, 538 pp. 
4. W. K. Grimm, Thierfabeln bei den Meistersdngern. 
In : Philologische und Ilistorische Abhandlungen der 
Kojiiglichen Akademie der Wissettschaften 2u Berlin. 
Aus dem Jahre 1855, pp. 1-27. Berlin, gedruckt 



special Fields of Fable Literature, 5 

in der Druckerei der Koniglichen Akademie der 
Wissenschaften, 1856. 4to, iii and 635 pp. + 24 
plates. 

5. Bruno Her let, Studien ubcr die Sogenanntcn Yzopcts 

{Lyoncr Yzopet, Yzopet I nnd Yzopet II). Wiirz- 
burg Diss. Erlangen, Druck derUniversitats-Buch- 
druckerei von Junge & Sohn, 1889. 8vo, 94 pp. 
(Separatabdruck aus den Romanischen Forsch- 
tmgen, herausgegeben von Karl VoUmoUer, Vol. 
IV, pp. 2 19-309. Erlangen, Verlag von Fr. Junge, 
1891. 8vo,iv and 550 pp.) 

6. G. E. Lessing, Ubcr die Sogenannten Fabcln aus den 

Zeiten der Minnesinger. In : Gotthold Ephraim 
Lessing's Sdvimtliclie Schriften, herausgegeben 
von Karl Lachmann. Auf's neue durchgesehen 
und vermehrt von Wendelin von Maltzahn, Vol. 
IX, pp. 7-38 ; and Vol. X, pp. 329-358- Leipzig, 
G. J. Goschen'sche Verlagshandlung, 1 853-1857, 
12 vols., 8vo. 

7. G. E. Lessing, Romulus und RimiciuSy ed. Maltzahn, 

Vol. IX, pp. 39-64. 

8. G. E. Lessing, Zur Geschichte der ^sopischen Fabel, 

ed. Maltzahn, Vol. XI, i, pp. 237-251; cf. also 
Vol. I, pp. 129-198; Vol. V, pp. 395-460; and 
Vol. XI, I, pp. 1 17-132. 
iQ. Gaston Paris, Manuel d'Ancien Frangais : La Lit- 
terature Frangaise au Moycn Age {Xle-XIVe 
Siecle). Paris : librairie Hachette et Cie., 79 Boule- 
vard Saint-Germain, 1888. 8vo, vii and 292 pp. 

Pp. 1 17-123 (§§79-84) : Fable Esopique et Roman 
de Renard. 

Ditto: Deuxieme edition, revue, corrigee, aug- 
mentee et accompagnee d'un Tableau Chronolo- 
gique, 1890. 8vo, xii and 316 pp. Reference 
unchanged. 
10. K. L. Roth, Die Mittelalterlichen Sammlungen Latein- 
ischer Thierfabeln. In : Philologus ; Zeitschrift fiir 



6 Defifiitions of Fable. 

das klassische Alterthum, herausgegeben von F. 
W. Schneidewin. Vol. I, pp. 523-546. Stolberg, 
O. Kleinecke's Buchhandlung, 1846. 8vo, vi and 
769 pp. 

11. K. L. Roth, Die y^sopische Fabel in Asieii. In: 

Philologus, do. Vol. VIII, pp. 130-141. Gottin- 
gen, Verlag der Dieterichschen Buchhandlung, 
1853. 8vo, iv and 764 pp. 

12. Karl Simrock, Aesops Leben Jind Fabeln, nebst den 

iJim Ziigeschriebenen Alien Fabeln nnd den Fabeln 
des Remiciiis und Aviamis. In : Die Dentscheji 
Volksbucher, gesammelt und in ihrer urspriing- 
lichen Echtheit wiederhergestellt von Karl Sim- 
rock. Dreizehnter Band, pp. 155-371. Frank- 
furt a. M. : Christian Winter, 1867. i6mo, xvi and 
524 pp. 

13. H. L. D. Ward, Catalogue of Romances in the Depart- 

vient of Manuscripts in the British Hhisenm. Vol. II. 
Printed by order of the Trustees : sold at the 
British Museum, 1893. 8vo, xii and 748 pp. 
Pp. 272-367 : yFsopic Fables. 



DEFINITIONS OF FABLE.* 

1. Anonymous, Critische Brief e, Zurich, 1746, p. 168. 

2. Aphthonius, in Aisopi Phrygis Vita et Fabcllae, ed. 

Froben. Basel, 15 17, p. 254. 

3. Aristotle, Rhetor., 2. 20. 

4. Batteux, Principes de Litterature, Vol. 2, Pt. i, p. 5. 

5. Breitinger, Die Critische Dichtkiinst, p. 194. 

6. De la Motte, Disconrs sur la Fable [ap. Du Meril, 

p. 6, note 2). 

7. Du Meril, Poes. hied., p. 6. 

♦Compare especially G. E. Lessing's treatment of this question in 
Vol. V, 395-460, as quoted above on p. 5, whence most of these refer- 
ences were obtained. 



Single Fables. 7 

8. Eustathius, in Putsch, Grain. Lat. Auct. Antigid, 

col. 1329. 

9. G. C. Lewis, Philol. Mtisetim, Vol. I (1832), p. 280. 

10. Priscian, in Putsch, Gram. Lat. And. Aiitiqui, col. 

1329. 

11. Suidas, s. V. mythos. 

12. Webster, Intematiojial Dictionary, s. v. fable, and 

apologue. 

13. Wolfius, Philosophiae Practicae Universalis Pars Pos- 

terior, §§302-323. 



HISTORY OF SINGLE FABLES. 

1. Ass' Heart: 

George C. Keidel, Die Esclherz- {Hirschherz-, 
Eberherz-) Fabel. In : Zeitschrift fi'ir Vergleich- 
eride Litteraturgeschichte, herausgegeben von Dr. 
Max Koch. N. F.,Bd. VII, pp. 264-267. Weimar 
und Berlin, Verlag von Emil Felber, 1894. 8vo, 
iv and 492 pp. 

2. Caliph and Poor Man : 

P. Ristelhuber, Une Fable de Flcriafi ; etude de 
litterature comparee. Paris: Baur, 1882. 8vo, 
40 pp. 

3. Daw in Peacock's Feathers : 

Max Fuchs, Die Fabel von der Kralie die sick mit 
Fremden Federn Schmnckt, betrachtet in ihren ver- 
schiedenen Gestaltungen in der abendlandischen 
Litteratur. Berlin, Schade. 8vo, 46 pp. (Berlin 
diss.) 

4. Mouse-Maiden: 

Anonymous, The History of a Fable ; an episode 
from the history of literature. In : Harper's New 
Monthly Magazine, Vol. XXII, pp. 240-246. New 
York : Harper & Bros., publishers, Franklin 
Square, 1861. 8vo, viii and 864 pp. 



8 Tables of Fable Literature. 

5. Three Wishes: 

Joseph Bedier, Les Quatre Souhaits Saint- Martin. 
In his: Les Fabliaux, ist ed., pp. 177-193; 2d 
ed., pp. 212-228. (See p. 3.) 

6. Woman of Ephesus : 

Eduard Grisebach, Die Wanderung der Novelle von 
der Treulosen Witttve durch die Weltlitteratur. 
Zweite mit einem Anhang vermehrte Ausgabe. 
Berlin: Lehmann, 1889. 4to, 151 pp. 



TABLES OF FABLE LITERATURE. 

1 . Table of Fable Literature : 

F. Max Miiller, Chips from a German Workshop, 
Vol. IV, p. 171. (See p. 2.) 

2. Table of Fable Literature : 

J. Jacobs, History of the ^sopic Fable, opp. p. i. 
(See p. 2.) 

3. Table of Mediaeval Latin Fable Literature : 

K. L. Roth, in PJiilologus, Vol. I, p. 545. (See p. 5.) 

4. Table of Syntipas Literature : 

M. Landau, Die Quellen des Dekameron, opp. p. 340. 
(See p. 3.) 

5. Table of Bidpai Literature : 

M. Landau, Die Qtiellen des Dekameron, opp. p. 18. 

6. Table of Bidpai Literature : 

J. Jacobs, in : TJie Earliest English Version of 
the Fables of Bidpai, " The Morall Philosophic 
of Doni " by Sir Thomas North, whilom of 
Peterhouse, Cambridge. Now again edited and 
induced by Joseph Jacobs, late of St. John's 
College, Cambridge. London: published by 
David Nutt, in the Strand, 1888. 8vo, Ixxx and 
258 pp. Table opp. p. Ixxx. 



Incunabula. 9 

7. Table of Bidpai Literature : 

J, Bedier, Les Fabliaux, ist ed., opp. p. 54; 2d ed., 
opp. p. 82. (See p. 3.) 

8. Table of Les Souhaits Saint-Martin : 

J. Bedier, Les Fabliaux, ist ed., opp. p. 186 ; 2d ed., 
opp. p. 220. 



INCUNABULA. 



1. (1461) Ulrich Boner, Edelstein, Bamberg, Albert 

Pfister, fo. ed. of 88 leaves. {German: see Brunet, 
Vol. I, cols. 1096-1097.)* 

2. (ab. 1462) Ulrich Boner, Edelstein, Bd^mhtrgi}), M- 

bert Pfister (?), fo. ed. of yy leaves. {German : see 
Brunet, Vol. I, col. 1097.) 
.- 3. (ab. 1470) Laurentius Valla, Facecie Morales, Neth- 
erlands (?), Ludovicus Pontanus (?), 4to ed. of 24 
leaves. {Latin: see Brunet, Stippl., Vol. II, col. 
83s ; B. M. ^sop, col. ii.)t 

*The work cited thus is: Manuel du Libraire et de V Amateur de 
Livres, par Jacques-Charles Brunet. Cinquidme edition originale 
entierement refondue et augmentee d'un tiers par I'auteur. Paris : 
librairie de Firmin-Didot Freres, Fils et Cie., imprimeurs de I'lnstitut, 
56 Rue Jacob. 

Tome I : i860, 8vo, xlvii pp. and 1904 cols. 

Tome II : 1861, 8vo, iv pp. and 1848 cols. 

Tome III : 1862, 8vo, iv pp. and 1984 cols. 

Tome IV : 1863, 8vo, iv pp. and 1478 cols. 

Tome V : 1864, 8vo, iv pp. and 1800 cols. 

Tome VI : 1865, 8vo, Ixiv pp. and 1878 cols. 

Supplement, par MM. P. Deschamps et G. Brunet. Paris : librairie 
de Firmin-Didot et Cie., imprimeurs de I'lnstitut, 56 Rue Jacob. 

Tome I : 1878, 8vo, xv pp. and 11 38 cols. 

Tome II : 1880, 8vo, iv pp. and 1226 cols. 

t The pamphlet cited thus is : British Museum Catalogue of Printed 
Books: yEsop. London: printed by William Clowes & Sons, Limited, 
Stamford Street and Charing Cross, 1883. 4to, 19 pp. 



lO Incunabula. 

4. (ab. 1470) Vincentius Bellovacensis, Speculum 

Doctrinale, Argentorati,* Johannes Mentellin, fo. 
ed. of 400 leaves. {Latin: see Herv., i. 392; 4. 
446.) 

5. (ab. 1470) Vincentius Bellovacensis, Speculum 

Historiale, Argentorati, Johannes Mentellin, To. 
mus I, fo. ed. of 155 leaves. {Latin: see Herv., i. 

393 ; 4. 447-) 

6. (ab. 147 1) Omnibonus Leonicenus, ^sopus,Yene- 

tiis (?), Christophorus Valdarfer (?), 4to ed. of 42 
leaves. {Latin: see Brunei, Vol. I, cols. 89-90; 
B. M. ^sop, col. 1 1 .) 

7. (ab. 1472) Remicius Aretinus, Augustae, fo. ed. 

{Latin : see Brunet, Suppl., Vol. I, col. 12.) 

8. (1473) Gualterus Anglicus, Esopus Moralisatus, 

Rome, Joannes Philippi, 4to ed. {Latin : see 
Herv., I. 542; 4. 603 ; Brunet, Vol. I, col. 88.) 

9. (ab. 1473) Vincentius Bellovacensis, Speculum 

Doctrinale, Argentinae, Johannes Mentellin, fo. ed. 
of 400 leaves. {Latin: see Herv., i. 393; 4. 446; 
Brunet, Vol. V, col. 1253; Brunet, Suppl., Vol. II, 
col. 90i.)t 
10. (bef. 1474) Vincentius Bellovacensis, Speculum 
Historiale, Argentinae, lohannes Mentellin, Tomus 

* Latin names of cities referred to frequently are : 

1. Argentoratum or Argentina — for Strasbourg. 

2. Augusta — for Augsburg. 

3. Brixia — for Brescia. 

4. Colonia — for Cologne. 

5. Daventria — for Deventer (Holland). 

6. Lugduuum — for Lyons. 

7. Mediolanum — for Milan. 

8. Mons Regalis — for Mondovi (Italy). 

9. Mutina — for Modena. 

10. Tusculanum Lacus Benaci — for Toscolano (Italy). 

11. Venetiae — for Venice. 

\ Says at Cologne in the convent of Weidenbach. 



Incunabula. 1 1 

I, fo. ed. of i68 leaves. {Latin: see Herv., i. 394- 
395; 4. 448 and 454; Brunet, Vol. V, col. 1253; 
Brunet, SuppL, Vol. II, col. 901.) 

11. (1474) Bonus Accursius, Mediolani, Antonius Za- 

rotus, 4to ed. of 50 leaves. {Latin: see Brunet, 
Vol. I, col. 90; B. M. ^sop, cols. 4 and 11.) 

12. (1474) Vincentius Bellovacensis, Speculum His- 

toriale, Monast. Sanctae Afrae (Augustae), Antho- 
nius Sorg (?), Tomus I, fo. ed. of 326 leaves. 
{Latin: see Herv., i. 395-396; 4. 449; Brunet, 
Vol. V, col. 1256.)* 

13. (1474) Vincentius Bellovacensis, Speculum His- 

toriale, "Parisns, fo. ed. {Latin: see Herv., i. 396; 
4. 450; Brunet, Vol. V, col. 1256.) 

14. (ab. 1474) Gualterus Anglicus (?), Esopus Moralisa- 

tus{}), Coloniae (?), Guldenschaf (?), 4to ed. of 62 
leaves. {Latin: see Brunet, Vol. I, col. 89.) 

15. (147s) Gualterus Anglicus, Esopus Moralisatus, 

Rome, Wendellinus de Willa, 4to ed. of 20 leaves. 
{Latin : see Herv., i. 542 ; 4. 603 ; Brunet, Vol. I, 
col. 88.) 

16. (ab. 1475) Avianus, Ulmae, Johannes Zainer, fo. ed. 

{Latin and German: see Brunet, Vol. I, col. 585.)! 

i/TTab. 1475) Hainricus Stainhowel, Vim, Johannes 
^.^^^^ / Zeiner, fo. ed. of 288 leaves. {Latin and German : 
see Herv., i. 312-322 ; 4. 349-360; Brunet, Vol. I, 
cols. lOi:}: and 585.) 

18. (ab. 1475) Gualterus KmglicViS i^), Esopus Moralisa- 
tus (?), 4to ed. of 63 leaves. {Latin : see Brunet, 
Vol. I, cols. 88-89.) 



* Says 336 leaves. 

t This is probably merely a fragment of the celebrated collection of 
Stainhowel as first published in the edition described immediately after 
this one, and not a separate edition as has been supposed by some 
bibliographers. 

X Says 275 leaves ; see also the preceding description in this list. 



12 Incunabula. 

19. (1476) Bonus Accursius, Mediolani, Zarotus, 4to ed. 

of 55 leaves. {Latin : see Brunet, Vol. I, col. 90; 
B. M. ^sop, col. 1 1 .) 

20. (1476) Gualterus Anglicus, Esopus Moralisatus, 

Monte Regali, Dominicus de Vivaldis et Filii, fo. 
ed. {Latin: see Herv., i. 542-543; 4. 603-604; 
Brunet, Vol. I, col. 89.) 

21. (ab. 1476) Bonus Accursius, Romae(?), Bartholo- 

maeus Guldinbeck (?), 4to ed. of 66 leaves. {Latin : 
see Brunet, Vol. I, col. 90; B. M. ^sop, col. 11.) 

22. (ab. 1476) Gualterus Anglicus(?), Esopus Morali- 

sattis{'?), Mediolani (?), 4to ed. of 19 leaves. {Latin: 
see Brunet, Vol. I, col. 89.) 

23. (1478) Accio Zuccho, Libellus Zucharinus, 4to ed. 

{Latin and Italian : see Brunet, Vol. I, col. 97.) 

24. (ab. 1478) Laurentius Valla, Facetie Morales, 4to ed. 

{Latin : see B. M. y^sop, col. 1 1.) 

25. (1479) Accio Zuccho, Libellus Zucharinus, Veronae, 

Gioanni Aluise, 4to ed. of 120 leaves. {Latin and 
Italian : see Herv., i. 438 and 564-565 ; 4. 482 and 
651-653; Brunet, Vol. I, col. 97;* B. M. ^sop, 
col. 9.) 

26. (1479) Bonus Accursius, Mediolani, Philippus La- 

vagnia, 4to ed. of 50 leaves. {Latin: see Brunet, 
Vol. I, col. 90; B. M. Jisop, col. II.) 

27. (1479) Gualterus Anglicus, Esopus Moralisatus, 

in Tusculano Lacu Benaci, Gabrielis Petri, 4to ed. 
{Latin: see Herv., i. 543; 4. 604; Brunet, Vol. I, 
col. 88.) 

28. (1479) Gualterus Anglicus, Esopus Moralisatus, 

Argentinae, Martinus Flachen, 4to ed. {Latin: 
see Herv., i. 543 ; 4. 604.) 
i. 29. (1479) Jehan de Vignay, Mir air Historial, Lyon, Bar- 
tholomieu Buyer, 4to ed. {French: see Herv., i. 
401 ; 4- 455-) 

• Says 160 leaves. 



Incunabula. 13 

K 30. (bef. 1480) Julien Macho, Lyon (?), Nicolas Philippi 
et Marc Reinhardi (?), fo. ed. of 72 leaves. 
{French: see Herv., i. 365-367; 4. 403-406.)* 

31. (1480) Bonus Accursius, Mediolani, Philippus La- 

uagnia, 4to ed. of 50 leaves. {Lathi : see Brunet, 
Vol. I, col. 90; B. M. jEsop, col. 12.) 

32. (1480) Franciscus Philelphus, Venetiis, M. C, 4to 

ed. of 24 leaves. {Latin : see Brunet, Vol. IV, col. 
603.) 

33. (1480) Gualterus Anglicus, Esopus Moralisatus, 

Lugduni, Johannes Fabri, 4to ed. of 286 leaves. 
{Latin: see Herv., i. 447-448, 543-544 and 547; 
4. 492, 607 and 608-609.)! 
X 34. (1480) Julien Macho, Lyon, Nicolas Phillipi et Marc 
Reinhardi, fo. ed. of 146 leaves. {French: see 
Herv., 4. 406-407.) 

35. (1480) Nicolaus Pergamenus, Dyalogus Creatu- 

rarmn, Goudae, Gerardus Leeu, fo. ed. of 103 
leaves. {Latin : see Herv., i. 340 and 375 ; 4. 377 
and 418; Brunet, Vol. H, cols. 674 and 676.) 

36. (ab. 1480) Accio Zuccho, Libellus Zucharinus, \\.o ed. 

{Latin and Italian: see Herv., i. 566; Brunet, Vol. 
I, col. 97.) 

37. (ab. 1480) Bonus Accursius, Mediolani (?), 4to ed. 

of 167 leaves. {Greek and Latin : see Brunet, Vol. 
^5:=^ I, col. 83 ; B. M. yFsop, col. 4.) 
MS. j(ab. 1480) Hainricus Stainhowel, Augustae(?), An- 

V y tonius Sorg (?), fo. ed. of 129 leaves. {Latin: see 

^-^ Herv., I, 323 ; 4. 360-361 ; Brunet, Vol. I, col. go.)X 
/39.)(ab. 1480) Hainricus Stainhowel, Augustae (?), An- 
\_y tonius Sorg (?), fo. ed. of 129 leaves. {Latin: see 

*In his first volume Hervieux attributed it to the year 1482 (which 
see) and to the printers Mathis Husz and Jehan Schabeller. 

tin both the direct references in his fourth volume Hervieux gives 
the date as 1490, which see. 

tSays 130 leaves. 



14 Incunabula. 

Herv., I. 323-327; 4. 361-365; Brunet,Vol, I,col. 
^ go; B. PL yEsop, col. 12.) 

40. (ab. 1480) Hainricus Stainhowel, Augustae (?), An- 

tonius Sorg(?), fo. ed. of 158 leaves. (^German: 

see Herv., i. 354-355 5 4- 39^-392; Brunet, Vol. I, 
C\ col. loi.) 

\ 41. (ab. 1480) Hainricus Stainhowel, Augustae (?),An- 

tonius Sorg (?), fo. ed. of 190 leaves. {German: 

see Brunet, Vol. I, col. 100.) 
\^ 42. (ab. 1480) Hainricus Stainhowel, Augustae (?), An- 

tonius Sorg (?), fo. ed. of 170 leaves. {German: 

see Herv., i. 355 ; 4. 392-393; Brunet, Vol. I, col. 

100.) 
r^'^ (ab. 1480) Hainricus Stainhowel, Augustae (?), An- 

tonius Sorg (?), fo. ed. of 115 leaves. {German: 

see Herv., i. 355-357; 4- 393-394; Brunet, Vol. 

/^x I, col. 100.) 

j 44. (ab. 1480) Heinricus Stainhowel, Augustae (?), 
y I Guentherus Zainer (?), fo. ed. of 167 leaves. {Ger- 
\ ) man: see Herv., i. 351-354; 4. 389-391; Brunet, 
Vol. I, col. 100.) 

45. (ab. 1480) Vincentius Bellovacensis, Speculum 

Doctrinale, Argentorati (?), Johannes Mentellin (?), 
fo. ed. {Latin: see Herv., i. 395 ; 4. 449.) 

46. (ab. 1480) Vincentius Bellovacensis, Spectdum 

Historiale, Argentorati (?), Johannes Mentellin (?), 
fo. ed. {Latin: see Herv., i. 395 ; 4. 449.) 

47. (1481) Accio Zuccho, LJbellus Zucharinus,'Vene\\\s,, 

Manfredus de Monteferato, 4to ed. of 72 leaves.* 
{Latin and Italian: see Herv., i. 566; 4. 655-656 ;t 
Brunet, Vol. I, col. 97.) 

48. (1481) Gualterus Anglicus, Esopus Moralisatus, 

Brixiae, 4to ed. {Latin: see Herv., i. 545; 4. 604.) 

* In his first volume Hervieux says that the edition is a folio, 
tin his fourth volume Hervieux gives the date as 1491 in Venetian 
reckoning, equivalent to 1492 in our reckoning, both of which see. 



Incunabula. 1 5 

49. (148 1) Gualterus Anglicus, Esopus Moralisatus, 

Monte Regali, Dominicus de Vivaldis et Filii, fo. 
ed. of 30 leaves. {Latin: see Herv., i. 545; 4- 
604; Brunet, Vol. I, col. 89.) 

50. (148 1) Gualterus Anglicus, Esopus Moralisatus, 

Mutine, Thomas Septemcastrensis et Joannes Fran- 
ciscus, 4to ed. {Latin: see Herv., i. 440 and 545 ; 
4. 485 and 604; Brunet, Vol. I, col. 89.) 

51. (148 1) Nicolaus Pergamenus, Dialogus Creatu- 

rarum, Goudae, Gerardus Leeu, fo. ed. of 103 
leaves. {^Latin : see Herv., i. 340; 4- 377-378; 
Brunet, Vol. II, cols. 674 and 6^6.) 

52. (1481) Nicolaus Pergamenus, Dialogus Creatu- 

rarum, Coloniae, Conradus de Hamborch, fo. ed. 
of 62 leaves. {Latin: see Brunet, Vol. II, col. 
674; Brunet, StippL, Vol. I, col. 388.) 

53. (1481) Nicolaus Pergamenus, Dialogus Creatu- 

raruin, Gouda, Gheraert Leeu, fo. ed. of 125 

leaves. {Flemish: see Brunet, Vol. II, col. 676.) 

y 54. (1482) Colard Mansion, Dyalogue des Creatures, 

Gouwe, Gerart Lyon, fo. ed. of lOi leaves. 

{French: see Herv., i. 340; 4. 377; Brunet, Vol. 

II, cols. 675-676; Brunet, Suppl.,No\. I, col. 388.)* 

55. (1482) Gualterus Anglicus, Esopus Moralisatus, 

^■^^^ Venetiis. {Latin and Italian: see Herv., i. 572.)t 

(^^1482) Hainricus Stainhowel, Goudae, Gerardus 

\^ ) Leeu, 4to ed. {Latin: see Herv., i. 340; 4. 377; 

Brunet, Vol. I, cols. 91 and 585.) 
y 57. (1482) Julien Macho, Lyon (?), Mathis Husz et 
Jehan Schabeller (?), fo. ed. of 72 leaves. {French: 
see Herv., i. 365-367; 4- 403-406.):}: 

* Says 102 leaves. 

tin his fourth volume Hervieux has omitted all reference to this 
edition. 

Jin his fourth volume Hervieux attributes it to a date earlier than 
1480 (which see), and to the printers Nicolas Philippi and Marc Rein- 
hardi. 



1 6 Incunabula. 

58. (1482) Nicolaus Pergamenus, Dialogus Creatu- 

rarum^ Goudae, Gerardus Leeu, fo. ed. of 103 
leaves. {Latin : see Herv., i. 336-340 ; 4. 376-378 ; 
Brunet, Vol. 11, cols. 674 and ^"J^^j 

59. (1482) Nicolaus Pergamenus, Dialogus Creatu- 

varum, Gouda, Gheraert Leeu, fo. ed. {Flemish: 
see Herv., i. 340; 4. 377; Brunet, Vol. II, col. 
676.) 

60. (ab. 1482) Bonus Accursius, Mediolani, Bonus Ac- 

cursius, 4to ed. of 38 leaves. {Greek and Latin : 
see B. M. yEsop, col. 5.) 

61. (1483) Accio Zuccho, Libellus Zucharinus, Rome, 

Eucharius Silber alias Franck (?), 4to ed. of 82 

leaves. {Latin and Italian : see Herv., i. 566-567; 

4. 653-654; Brunet, Vol. I, col. 97; B. M. yEsop, 

col. 9.) 
v'62. (1483) Colard Mansion, Dialogue des Creatures, 

Lyon, Matthieu Husz et Jean Schabeller, fo. ed. 

{French : see Brunet, Vol. 11, col. 676.) 
63. (1483) Franciscus de Tuppo, Aquile, Eusanius de 

Stella, Joannes de Hamell et Loisius de Masson, 

fo. ed. of 123 leaves. {Latin and Italian: see 
Ox. Herv., I. 572-573-)* 

164.^^1483) Hainricus Stainhowel, Augspurg, Antho- 

nius Sorg, fo. ed. of 196 leaves.f {German: see 

Herv., I. 357-358; 4. 394-395; Brunet, Vol. I, col. 

lOI.) 

65. (1483) Nicolaus Pergamenus, Dialogus Creatura- 
rum, Stockolm, Johannes Snell, 4to ed. {Latin: 
see Brunet, Vol. II, col. 674.) 

* In his fourth volume Hervieux has omitted all reference to this 
edition. 

t A copy of this edition is preserved in the library of the Johns Hop- 
kins University, and has been described at length in Modern Language 
Notes, Vol. XI, cols. 46-48 : George C. Keidel, An Early German Edition 
of ^sop''s Fablei, 



\ 



Incunabula. 17 

66. (1483) Vincentius Bellovacensis, Specuhwi His- 

toriale, Nurmberge, Antonius Koburger, fo. ed. 

{Latin: see Herv., i. 397; 4-451; Brunet, Vol. V, 

col. 1255.) 
ey. (1484) Julien Macho, Lyon, Mathis Hucz et Jean 

Schabeller, fo. ed. {French : see Herv., i. 367-368 ; 

4. 407-408 ; Brunet, Vol. I, col. 93.) 

68. (1484) Vincentius Bellovacensis, Speculum Doc- 

trinale, Venetiis. {Latin: see Herv., i. 398; 4. 
452; Brunet, Vol. V, col. 1255.) 

69. (1484) Vincentius Bellovacensis, Speculum His- 

toriale, Venetiis. {Latin: see Herv., i. 398; 4. 
452 ; Brunet, Vol. V, col. 1255.) 

70. (1484) William Caxton, Esope, Westmynstre, Wil- 

liam Caxton, fo. ed. of 142 leaves. {English: see 
Herv., I. 373-374; 4- 413-414; Brunet, Vol. I, col. 
102; B. M. yEsop, col. 18.) 

71. (ab. 1484) Hainricus Stainhowel, Augustae (?), Er- 

hardt Ratdolt (?), fo. ed. of 114 leaves. {Latin: 
see Herv., i. 327-333; 4. 366-370; B. M. yEsop, 
col. 13.) 

72. (1485) Francisco del Tuppo, Neapoli, Matteo Mo- 

ravo (?), fo. ed. of 168 'leaves. {Latin and Italian : 

see Herv., i. 573 ; 4. 662-663 ; Brunet, Vol. I, col. 

98; Brunet, SuppL,No\. I, col. 14; B. M. ^Esop, 

col. 9.) 
1(1485) Hainricus Stainhowel, Augspurg, Johannes 

Schobsser, fo. ed. {German: see Herv., i. 358; 

4. 395-396; Brunet, Vol. I, col. loi.) 
(1485) Hainricus Stainhowel, Gouda, Gheraert 

Leeu, 4to ed. {Flemish: see Herv., i. 375-37^; 

4.418.) 

I 75. (1485) Hainricus Stainhowel, Antwerpen, Gher- 
1/ aert Leeu, fo. ed. of 112 leaves. {Flemish: see 

Herv., I. 376; 4. 418-419; Brunet, Vol. I, col. lOi.) 





I. 



1 8 Inamabula. 

76. (ab. 1485) Bonus Accursius, Romae(?), Eucharius 

Silber alias Franck (?), 4to ed. of 44 leaves. 
{Latin: see B. M. j^sop, col. 12.) 

77. (ab. 1485) Gualterus Anglicus, Esopiis Moralisatus, 

4to ed. of 20 leaves. {Latin: see Brunet, Vol. I, 
^^^^^ col. 88.) 

V78?\(ab. 1485) Hainricus Stainhowel, Argentorati (?), 
^> — J Heinrich Knoblotzer (?), fo. ed. of 114 leaves. 
{Latin: see Herv., I. 333-336; 4- 373-377; B. M. 
^sop, col. 12.) 

79. (i486) Gualterus Anglicus, Esopus Moralisatus, 

Bononiae, Ugo Rugerius, 4to ed. of 18 leaves. 
{Latitt: see Herv., i. 546; 4. 605 ; Brunet, Vol. I, 
col. 89.) 

80. (i486) Hainricus Stainhowel, Antwerpie, Gerardus 

Leeu, fo. ed. of 104 leaves. {Latin: see Herv., i. 
340-343; 4. 377-380; Brunet, Vol. I, cols. 90 and 
585 ; B. M. ^Esop, col. 12.) 
^81. (i486) Julien Macho, Lyon, Mathis Husz, 4to ed. 
{French: see Herv., i. 368-369; 4. 408-409; Bru- 
net, Vol. I, col. 93.)* 

82. (i486) Nicolaus Pergamenus, Dyalogus Creatura- 

rum, Antwerpiae, Gerardus Leeu, fo. ed. of 74 
leaves. {Latin: see Brunet, Vol, II, cols. 674- 
675 ; Brunet, SnppL, Vol. I, col. 388.) 

83. (i486) Nicolaus Pergamenus, Dialogus Creatura- 

rum, Gouda, Gheraert Leeu, fo. ed. {Flemish: see 
Brunet, Vol. II, col. 6y6.) 

84. (i486) Vincentius Bellovacensis, Speadnm Doc- 

trinale, Nurembergk, Anthonius Koberger, fo. ed. 
{Latin: see Herv., i. 398; 4. 452; Brunet, Vol. 
V, col. 1255.) 

85. (1487) Accio Zuccho, Libellus Zncharinns, Brixie, 

Boninus de Boninis, 4to ed. of 100 leaves. {Latin 

* Says folio edition. 



Incunabula. 19 

and Italian: see Herv,, i. 567-568; 4. 654-655; 
Brunet, Vol. I, col. 97 ; B. M. ALsop, col. 10.) 
Z6. (1487) Bonus Accursius, Rome, Eucharius Silber 
alias Franck, 4to ed. of 19 leaves. {Latin : see 
B. M. ^sop, col. 12.) 
'^'j. (1487) Gualterus Anglicus, Esopus Moralisatus, 
Antverpiae, 4to ed. {Latin: see Herv., i. 546; 
4. 605.) 
'88. (1487) Gualterus Anglicus, Esopus Moralisatus, 
f 4to ed. {Latin: see Herv., i. 546; 4. 605.) 

^A ^.\(i487) Hainricus Stainli6wel,Augspurg, Johannes 
^ — -' Schobsser, fo. ed. {German: see Herv., i. 358; 
4. 396; Brunet, Vol. I, col. loi.) 
'\)'focM(ab. 1487) Hainricus Stainhowel, Prague, 4to ed. 
V^ {Bohemian : see Brunet, Vol. I, col. loi.) 

91. (1488) Gualterus Anglicus, Esopus Moralisatus, 

Antverpiae (?), Gerardus Leeu, 4to ed. of 34 leaves. 
{Lati7i: see Herv., i. 546-547; 4. 605; Brunet, 
Vol. I, col, 91 ; B. M. yEsop, col. 13.) 

92. (1488) Gualterus Anglicus, Esopus Moralisatus, 

Lugd., Joan, de Prato, 4to ed. {Latin: see Herv., 

I. 547; 4. 478 and 607.)* 

93. (1488) Nicolaus Pergamenus, Dialogtis Creatu- 

rarum, Delf, fo. ed. {Flemish : see Brunet, Vol. 

II, col. 676.) 

'^4D[ab. 1488) Hainricus Stainhowel, Parisiis, Petrus 
\^/ Leuet, 4to ed. {Latin : see Brunet, Vol. I, col. 90.) 

95. (1489) Gualterus Anglicus, Esopus Moralizatus, 

4to ed. of 42 leaves. {Latin: see Herv., i. 547; 
4. 608 ; B. M. ^sop, col. 13.) 

96. (1489) Gualterus Anglicus, Esopus Moralisatus, 

4to ed. of 33 leaves. {Latin: see Herv., i. 547; 
4. 608; B. M. yEsop, col. I3.)t 

*In his first volume Hervieux gives the printer's name as Joan, de 
Fabro ; in his fourth volume, p. 478, by a typographical error the date 
is given as 1884. 

t Hervieux gives the number of leaves as 32. 



20 Incunabula. 

97. (1489) Gualterus Anglicus, Esopus Moralizatus, 

Brixie, Boninus de Boninis, 4to ed. {Lati7i: see 

Herv., I. 547; 4-6o8.) 
^ ^B^ (1489) Hainricus Stainhowel, Ysopete Ystoriado, 

Zaragoga, Johan Hurus Alaman de Costancia, fo. 

ed. of 120 leaves. {Spa?iish: see Herv., i. 379; 
..-v^ 4. 421-424; Brunet, Vol. I, col. 99.)* 
,99. (1489) Hainricus Stainhowel, Tolosa, fo. ed. 
Vy {^Spanish: see Brunet, Vol. I, col. 99.)t 

100. (1490) Accio Ti\\.Q.Q\iOy Libellus Zuchariiius,'S[&nt\\2., 

Manfredo da Montefera, 4to ed. of 71 leaves. 
{Latin a?id Italian : see Brunet, Vol. I, col. 97.) 

10 1. (1490) Gualterus Anglicus, Esopus Moralisatus, 

Lugduni, Johannes Fabri, 4to ed. of 286 leaves. 
{Latin: see Herv., i. 447-448 and 543-544; 4. 
492 and 608-609.):}: 

102. (1490) Gualterus Anglicus, Esopus Moralizatus, 

Dauantrie (?), Jacobus de Breda (?), 4to ed. of 38 
leaves. {Latin: see Herv., i. 547-548; 4, 609; 
B. M. JEsop, col. 13.) 

103. (1490) Gualterus Anglicus, Esopus Moralisattis, 

Dauantrie, Jacobus de Breda, 4to ed. of 31 leaves. 
{Latin : see Herv., i. 548 and 555 ; 4. 609 and 618.) 

104. (1490) Gualterus Anglicus, Esopus Moralisatus, 

Coloniae, Quentel, 4to ed. {Latin: see Herv., 
4. 609.) 

105. (ab. 1490) Accio Zuccho, Libellus Zucharinus, 

Mediolani (?), Fratres Guillermi le Signerre (?), 4to 
ed. {Latin and Italian: see Herv., i. 568-569.)§ 

* Cf. A. Morel-Fatio, V Isopo Castillan, in Romania, Vol. XXIII, pp. 
561-575 (especially p. 563, Note i). 

tCf. A. Morel-Fatio, /. c, p. 564. 

t In both of the references in his first volume Hervieux gives the date 
as 1480, which see. 

§In his fourth volume Hervieux has omitted all reference to this 
edition. 



Incunabula. 2 1 

106. (ab. 1490) Gabrielis Bracii (?), 4to ed. {Greek 

and Latin : see Brunet, Vol. I, col. 84.) 

107. (ab. 1490) Gualterus Anglicus, £'^^/w^^<?^«/w^^«-f, 

4to ed. of 38 leaves. [Latin: see Herv., i. 448; 

4. 492.) 

108. (ab. \^(^o)Q(\\2\iQ\Vi%^Ti^\Q,Vi^,EsopusMoYalisattis, 

Parisiis (?), 4to ed. of 5 leaves. {Latin: see 

Herv., 1.448; 4- 493-) 

109. (ab. 1490) Gualterus Anglicus, Esopus Moralisatus, 

4to ed. of 56 leaves. {Latin : see Herv., 4. 493.) 
no. (ab. 14(^0) QtXi^MeXMS A.-il^\i(iViS, Esopus Moralisatus, 

4to ed. of 20 leaves. {Latin: see Herv., 4. 607; 

Brunet, Vol. I, col. 88.) 
III. (ab. 1490) Gualterus Aji^licViS, Esopus Moralisatus, 

Parisiis (?), 4to ed. of 40 leaves. {Latin : see B. M. 

yEsop, col. 13.) 
yii2. (ab. 1490) Guillaume Tardif, Apologues et Fables, ^ 

Paris, Antoine Verard,fo. ed. of 36 leaves. {French: 

see Brunet, Vol. V, col. 1056.) 
\(ab. 1490) Hainricus Stainhowel, fo. ed. of 180 

leaves. {German : see Brunet, Vol. I, cols. 100- 

lOI.) 
M14. (ab. 1490) Julien Macho, Lyon, Pierre Mareschal"*^ 
et Barnabbe Chaussard, 4to ed. of 77 leaves. 
{French : see Herv., 4. 409 ; B. M. jEsop, col. 25.)* 

115. (ab. 1490) Laurentius Valla, Facecie Morales, 

Dauentrie, Jacobus de Breda, 4to ed. of 6 leaves. 
{Latin: see B. M. ^sop, col. 13.) 

116. (ab. 1490) Vincentius Bellovacensis, Speculum 

Historiale, Westminster (?), William Caxton, ed. 
of 100 leaves. {Ettglish : see Herv., i. 406 ; 4. 460.) 

117. (1491) Accio ZviCChOy Libelbis Ziicharinus,YQn&\.ns, 

Manfredus de Monteferato, 4to ed. of 72 leaves. 




*This edition is assigned by the last-mentioned work to the year 
1510. 




22 Incunabula. 

{Latin and Italian: see Herv., i. 566; 4. 655-656; 
Brunet, Vol. I, col. 97.)* 

118. (149 1) Gualterus Anglicus, Esopus Moralisatus, 

Antverpiae, Gerardus Leeu. {Latin: see Herv., 
I. 548; 4. 610.) 

119. (1491) Gualterus Anglicus, Esopus Moralizatus, 

4to ed. {Latin: see Herv., i. 548 ; 4. 610.) 

120. (1491) Gualterus Anglicus, Esopus Moralisatus, 
Engolisme, 4to ed. {Latin: see Herv., 4. 610.) 

(1491) Hainricus Stainh^^wel, Augspurg, Hann- 
sen Schonsperger, fo. ed. of 151 leaves. {German: 
see Herv., i. 358-359; 4- 396-397) Brunet, Vol. I, 
col. lOI.) 

122. (1491) Nicolaus Pergamenus, Dialogus Creatu- 

rarum, Antverpiae, Gerardus Leeu, 4to ed. {Latin : 
see Brunet, Vol. H, col. 675.) 

123. (ab. 1491) Q(^^2i\^>QXVi%KT\.^\Q^^.'S,y Esopus Moralisatus, 

Parisiis (?), 4to ed. of 42 leaves. {Latin : see 
Herv., I. 448; 4. 492; B. M. ^sop, col. 13.)! 

124. (1492) Accio 7kViCch.0y Libellus Zucharinus,Y tneWia, 

Manfredus de Monteferato, 4to ed. of 72 leaves. 
{Latin and Italian : see Herv,, i. 566; 4. 655-656; 
Brunet, Vol. I, col. 97.):}: 

125. (1492) Franciscus de Tuppo, Venetiis, Manfredus 

de Monteferato, 4to ed. {Latiti a7id Italian: see 
Herv., I. 573 ; Brunet, Vol. I, col. 96.)§ 

•In his first volume Hervieux says that the edition is a folio. The 
date here given is found in the printer's colophon and is according to 
Venetian reckoning; in our own this is equivalent to 1492, which see 
(as also 1481). 

t Hervieux assigns no date to this edition; the last-mentioned work 
assigns it to 1490, but from the other statements there made I should be 
inclined to assign it rather to the following year at the very earliest. 

JThis edition was published in 1491 according to Venetian reckoning; 
in his first volume Hervieux says that the edition is a folio and gives 
the date as 1481, which see (as also 1491). 

§ In his fourth volume Hervieux has omitted all reference to this 
edition. 



Incunabula. 23 

126. (1492) Gualterus Anglicus, Esopus Moralisatus, 

Anthonius Lambillon, 4to ed. {Latin: see Herv., 
I. 448 and 548-549; 4. 610.)* 

127. (1492) Gualterus Anglicus, Esopus Moralisatus, 

4to ed. of 36 leaves. {Latin: see Herv., i. 548; 
4. 610-61 1.) 

128. (1492) Laurentius Valla, Facecie Morales, Dauen- 

triae (?), Jacobus de Breda (?), 4to ed. of 36 leaves. 
{Latin : see B. M. yEsop, col. 14.) 

129. (1492) Omnibonus Leonicenus, Brixiae (?), Bap- 

tista de Farfengo, 4to ed. of 22 leaves. {Latin: see 
Brunet, Vol. I, cols. 89-90; B. M. yEsop, col. 14.) 

130. (ab. 1492) Laurentius Valla, F.«^m^ -^<?^«/^.y, Ant- 

werpie, Go. Bac, 4to ed. of 6 leaves. {Latin: see 
B. M. ^sop, col. 13.) 

131. (1493) Accio Zuccho, Libellus Zuchari?ius,'VenQ\.ns, 

Manfredus de Monteferrato, 4to ed. of 72 leaves. 
{Latin and Italian : see Herv., i. 569; 4. 656-657.) 

132. (1493) Franciscus de Tuppo, Aquile, Eusanius de 

Stella, Joannes de Hamell et Loisius de Masson, 
fo. ed. of 168 leaves. {Latin and Italian : see 
Herv., I. 573; 4- 663-665.) 

133. (1493) Francisco del Tuppo, Aquile, Eusanius de 

Stella, Joannes de Hamell et Loisius de Masson, 
fo. ed. of 159 leaves. {Latin arid Italian: see 
Herv., I. 573 ; 4. 665 ; Brunet, Vol. J, col. 98.) 

134. (1493) Francisco del Tuppo, Venetiis, Manfredus 

de Monteferato, 4to ed. {Latin and Italian : see 
Herv., I. 573 ; 4. 665 ; Brunet, Vol. J, col. 98.) 

135. (1494) Avianus, Daventriae (?), Jacobus de Breda (?), 

4to ed. of 30 leaves. {Latin: see Herv., 3. 121-123; 
Brunet, Vol. I, col. 585.)! 

*In his fourth volume Hervieux has omitted the second reference to 
this edition. 

f Hervieux is unable to decide as to the printer between Jacobus de 
Breda and Henricus Quentell ; Brunet says that this edition may pos- 



24 Incunabula. 

136. (1494) Gualterus Anglicus, Esopns Moralisatus, 

Lugduni, 4to ed. of 212 leaves. {Latin: see Herv., 
I. 549; 4. 611-612) 

137. (1494) Gualterus Anglicus, Esopus Moralisatus, 

Lugduni, Mathias Husz. {Latin: see Herv., I. 
448 and 550; 4. 612.)* 

138. (1494) Gualterus Anglicus, Esopus Moralisatus, 

Haguenau (?), Henricus Gran (?), 4to ed. of 36 
leaves. {Latin : see Herv., i. 550 and 552; 4. 612- 
613 and 615 ; B. M. ALsop, col. 14.) 

139. (1494) Gualterus Anglicus, Esopus Moralisatus, 

Dauentrie, Jacobus de Breda, 4to ed. of 39 leaves. 
{Latin: see Herv., i. 550-551; 4. 613; Brunet, 
SuppL, Vol. I, col. 14.) 

140. (1494) Vincentius Bellovacensis, Speculum Doc- 

trinale, Venetiis, Hermannus Liechtenstein, fo. ed. 
of 255 leaves. {Latin: see Herv., i. 399; 4. 453; 
Brunet, Vol. V, col. 1255.) 

141. (1494) Vincentius Bellovacensis, Speculum His- 

torialc, Venetiis, Hermannus Liechtenstein, fo. ed. 
{Latin: see Herv., i. 400; 4. 453-454; Brunet, 
Vol. V, col. 1255.) 

142. (1495) Gualterus Anglicus, Esopus Moralisatus, 

Dauentrie, Jacobus de Breda, 4to ed. {Latin : see 
Herv., I. 551; 4.613.) 

143. (1495) Jehan de Vignay, Miroir Historial, Paris, 

Anthoine Verard, fo. ed. of 332 leaves. {Erefich: 
see Herv., i. 401-404; 4. 455-456; Brunet, Vol. 
V, col. 1256.) 

144. (1495) Laurentius Abstemius, Venetiis, Joannes 

de Cereto, 4to ed. of 29 leaves. {Latin : see Brunet, 
Vol. I, col. 16.) 

sibly contain only 26 leaves and have been printed by Henr. Quentell 
at Cologne. 

* In his fourth volume Hervieux has omitted the first reference to this 
edition. 



Incufiabula. 25 

145. (ab. i^gt,)^}!^^^!^^ A.ng\\CViS, Esopns Moralisattis, 

Dauantriae, Richardus Pafroed,4to ed. of 37 leaves. 
{Latin: see Herv., i. 552; 4. 615.) 

146. (ab. 1495) Gualterus Anglicus,^5<?/?/.f J/<?^«/wa/z^5, 

4to ed. of 31 leaves. {Latin: see B. M. Aisop, 
col. 14.) 

147. (ab. 1495) Gvi2i\tQXXiS A.Jl^\iCMS^Esopus Moralisatns, 

Parisiis (?), Andreas Bocard (?), 4to ed. of 35 leaves. 
{Latin : see B. M. ^sop, col. 14.) 
> 148. (ab. 1495) Julien Macho, fo. ed. of 88 leaves. 
{French: see Herv., i. 369-370; 4. 406; Brunet, 
Vol. I, col. 93 ; B. M. ^sop, col. 25.)* 

149. (ab. 1495) Laurentius Valla, Facecie Morales, 

Dauentriae, Jacobus de Breda, 4to ed. of 6 leaves. 
{Latin: seeB. M. yEsop, col. 14.) 

150. (1496) Gualterus Anglicus, Esopus Moralisatus, 

Dauentrie, Jacobus de Breda, 4to ed. of 38 leaves. 
{Latin: see Herv., i. 551; 4. 613-614; B. M. 
^sop, col. 14.) 

151. (1496) Gualterus Anglicus, Esopus Moralisatus, 

Mediolani, Philippus de Mantegatiis, 4to ed. of 18 
leaves. {Latin: see Herv., i. 551-552; 4. 614.) 

152. (1496) Gualterus Anglicus, Esopus Moralisatus, 

Lugduni, Petrus Marescalli et Barnabas Chaus- 
sardi, 4to ed. {Latin: see Herv., i. 448 and 552; 
4. 6i4.)t 

153. (1496) Gualterus Anglicus, Esopus Moralisatus, 

Dauentrie, Richardus Paffroed, 4to ed. {Latin: 
see Herv., i. 552; 4. 615.) 

154. (1496) Gualterus Anglicus, Favole di Esopo Vol- 

*In his first volume Hervieux gives the number of leaves as 72, as 
does Brunet; in his fourth volume Hervieux identifies this as the cditio 
princeps printed before 1480. 

tin his fourth volume Hervieux has omitted the first reference to 
this edition. 



26 Incunabula. 

garizzate, Firenze, Francesco Bonaccorsi. {Italian: 
see Herv., 4. 645.)'" 
GTs^ (1496) Hainricus Stainh'wel, Augspurg, Hann- 
-J sen Schonsperger (?), fo. ed. {German: see Herv., 
f'^N^ I. 359 ; 4. 397 ; Brunet, Vol. I, col. loi.) 
156.^(1496) Hainricus Stainhowel, Ysopo Historiado, 
Burgos, Fadrique Aleman, fo. ed. of 102 leaves. 
{Spanish: see Herv., i, 379; 4.424; Brunet, Vol. 
I, cols. 99-ioo.)t 

157. (1497) Accio TtViCcho, Libelltis Ziicharinus,YenQt\a., 

Manfredo da Montefera, 4to ed. of 72 leaves. 
, {latin and Italian : see Herv., i, 569 ; 4. 657-658 ; 
Brunet, Vol. I, cols. 97-98 •,X Brunet, StippL, Vol. 
I, col. 14; B. M. Aisop, col. 10.) 

158. (1497) Accio Zuccho, Libellus Zucharinus, Medio- 

lani, Uldericus Scinzenzeler, 4to. ed. of 40 leaves. 
{Latin and Italian : see Herv., i. 569; 4. 658.) 

159. (1497) Bonus Accursius, Regii, Dionysius Ber- 

tochus, 4to ed. of 38 leaves. {Greek and Latin: 
see Brunet, Vol. I, col. 84; B. M. yEsop, col. 5.) 

160. (1497) Gualterus Anglicus, Esoptis Moralisatns, 

Coloniae (?), Henricus Quentell (?), 4to ed. of 40 
leaves. {Latin: see Herv., i. 552-553; 4. 615; 
B. M. JEsop, col. I4.)§ 

161. (1497) Gualterus Anglicus, Esopns Moralisatns, 

Brixia^ (?), Bernardinus de Misuitis, 4to ed. of 36 
leaves. {Latin aiid Italiati : see Herv., i. 553; 4. 
615-616; Brunet, Vol. I, col. 91; B. M. yEsop, 
col. 14.) 

162. (1497) Gualterus Anglicus, Esopns Moralisatns, 

4to ed. {Latin: see Herv., i. 553; 4. 616.) 

* This edition includes the translations of both Accio Zuccho and the 
Anonimo Senese. 
t Cf. A. Morel-Fatio, U Isopo Castillan, in Romania, Vol. XXIII, pp. 

561-575- 

X Says 71 leaves. 

§ Hervieux says 39 leaves. 



Incunabula. 27 

163. (ab. 1497) Sebastianus Brandt, Moguntiaci (?), 

P. Schoeffer (?), fo. ed. of 75 leaves. {Latin: see 
Brunet, Vol. I, col. 91.) 

164. (1498) Accio Zuccho, Libellus ZtuJiarinus, Medio- 

lani, Guillermus le Signerre, 4to ed. of 70 leaves. 
{Latin and Italian : see Herv., i. 569; 4. 658-659; 
B. M. u^sop, col. 10.) 

165. (1498) Gabrielis Bracii, Venetiis, 4to ed. of 48 

leaves. {Greek: see Brunet, Vol. I, col. 84; 
B. M. u^sop, col. I.) 

166. (1498) Gualterus Anglicus, Esopus Moralisatns, 

Dauentriae, Jacobus de Breda. {Latin : see Herv., 
I. 553; 4.616.) 

167. (1498) Gualterus Anglicus, Esopus Moralisatus, 

Lugduni, Nicolaus Lupi (?), 4to ed. of 186 leaves. 
{Latin: see Herv., i. 553; 4. 616-617.) 

168. (1498) Gualterus Anglicus, Esopus Moralisatus, 
Lugduni (?), Nicolaus Lupi (?), 4to ed. {Latin : 
see Herv., i. 554; 4. 617.) 

169. (1498) Hainricus Stainhowel, Augspurg, Hanns- 
sen Schonsperger, fo. ed. of 105 leaves. {German: 
see Herv., i. 359-360; 4.397; Brunet, Vol. I, 
col. lOI.) 

^1498) Hainricus Stainhowel, Delf, Henrick Eck- 
ert van Homberch, fo. ed. of 100 leaves. {Flemish : 
see Herv., i. 376-378; 4. 419-421; Brunet, Vol. 
I, col. 10 1 ; B. M. ^sop, col. 24.) 
171. (1499) Gualterus Anglicus, Esopus Moralisatus, 
Parisiis, Petrus Leuet, 4to ed. of 36 leaves. {Latin : 
see Herv., i. 448 and 554 ; 4. 493 and 617.) 
Jrl72. (1499) Julien Macho, Lyon, Pierre Mareschal et 
Barnabbe Chaussard, 4to ed. of yy leaves. {French : 
see Herv., i. 369; 4. 409; Brunet, Vol. I, col. 93.) 
173. (1499) Laurentius Abstemius, Venetiis, Joannes 
de Cereto,4to ed. of 28 leaves. {Latin : see Brunet, 
Vol. I, cols. 15-16.) 



28 Incunabula. 

174. (1500) Bonus Accursius, Florentiae. {Greek arid 

Latin : see Cat. Carlsruhe Libr.)* 

175. (1500) Gualterus Anglicus, Esopus Moralisatus, 

Dauentrie, Jacobus de Breda, 4to ed. of 40 leaves. 
{Latin: see Herv., i. 554-555; 4. 618.) 

176. (1500) Gualterus Anglicus, Esopus Moralisatus, 

4to ed. of 92 leaves. {Latin: see Herv., 4.618- 
619.) 

177. (1500) Nicolaus Pergamenus, Dialogus Creatu- 

rarum, Genevae (?), Jehan Bellot(?), fo. ed. {Latin: 
see Brunet, Vol. II, col. 675.) 

178. (ab. 1500) William Caxton, Esope, London (?), 

R. Pynson, fo. ed. of 94 leaves at least. {English: 
see Herv., i. 374; 4. 414; B. M. u^Esop, col. 19.) 

Extant Copies. f 

1 . TJlrich Boner : 

a. Wolfenbiittel, Herzogliche Bibl., (?).:j: 

2. Ulrich Boner : 

a. Berlin, Kmiigliche BibL, (?).§ 

3. Lauren tins Valla : 

a. Amsterdam, Enschede Sale, dpo fl.\ 

b. Haarlem, Bibl. Cotmmale, (?).|j 

c. London, British Musetmi, G. 7722. 

4. Vincentius Bellovacensis : 

a. London, Kloss Sale, 1835, (?). 

* Katalog der Grossherzoglichen Badischen Hof- und Landesbibliothek 
in Carlsruhe. Zweite Abtheilung, Vierter Band. Carlsruhe : Druck 
und Verlag von Ch. Th. Groos, 1877. 8vo, pp. 308-593. See p. 530. 

t Owing to the great difficulty of identifying editions and descriptions 
of Incunabula, much of the information given in this, as well as in the 
preceding list, is to be regarded as merely tentative and hence peculiarly 
liable to correction. 

\ Seen by Brunet. 

§ In March of 1835, Brunet saw this copy, for which M. Fieri Benard, 
a bookseller of Paris, asked 3000 yV. 

Il3rt and 3/' are identical. 



Incunabula. 29 

5. Vincentius Bellovacensis : 

a. London, Kloss Sale, 1835, (?). 

6. Omnibonus Leonicenus : 

a. London, British Museum, C. i. a. 2. 

7. Bonus Accursius: 

a. London, Bernard Quaritch Cat., 1886, ;^ioo.* 

b. Paris, Yemeniz Sale, 1868, \\Q>ofr. 

8. Gualterus Anglicus : 

a. London, Sykes Sale, 1824, £\^ 3^. 6d. 

b. London, Thorold Sale, i884.t 

9. Vincentius Bellovacensis : 

a. Boston, Boston Public Libr., B. 150. 34 

b. London, Kloss Sale, 1835, (?). 

c. Paris, Bibl. Nationale, (?).§ 

d. Paris, MacCarthy Sale, 1779, 685/3^.! 



* Cf. : I. Monuments of the Early Priftters in All Countries ; preceded 
by some examples of the Art of Xylography. Part I : Germany and the 
Low Countries. Offered for cash at the affixed net prices by Bernard 
Quaritch, 15 Piccadilly, W, London, December, 1886. 8vo, pp. 3527- 
3622. See p. 3555, No. 36052. 

2. Book-Binding : A Catalogue of Fifteen Hundred Books Remarkable 
for the Beauty or the Age of Their Bijidings, or as Bearing Indications of 
Former Ownership by Great Book-Collectors and Famous Historical Per- 
sonages ; now on sale at 15 Piccadilly. Bernard Quaritch, London, 
November, 1888. 8vo, 200 pp. See p. 103, No. 754. 

tCf. Catalogue of an Important Portion of the Extensive and Valuable 
Library of the Late Sir John Hayford Thorold, Bart., Removed from 
Syston Park, Lincolnshire, which will be sold by auction by Messrs. 
Sotheby, Wilkinson (and) Hodge at their house. No. 13 Wellington 
Street, Strand, W. C. (London), 1884. 8vo, vii and 193 pp. See p. 5, 
No. 36. 

t Cf . Index to the Catalogue of Books in the Bates Hall of the Public 
Library of the City of Boston. First Supplement. Boston: J. E. Far- 
well (and) Co., Printers to the City, No. 37 Congress Street, 1866. 8vo, 
V, 71S and 21 pp. See p. 673, col. 2. 

§Seen by Deschamps, or G. Brunet. 

II Brunet states that this set consists of ten volumes and was later 
offered for sale at 700 /r. 



30 Incunabula. 

10. Vincentius Bellovacensis : 

a. London, Kloss Sale, 1835, (?). 

b. Paris, Andry Sale, 1830, 299/?-.* 

c. Paris, Hervieux' Libr.\ 

d. Paris, MacCarthy Sale, 1779, 6^fr.X 

e. Paris, Morante Sale, 205 /r.f 

/. Paris, Soubise Sale, 1788, lOO/r.* 

11. Bonus Accursius : 

a. London, British Museum, C. i. a. 1.(1.). 

b. London, British Museum, C. 19. c. (i.). 

c. London, British Museum, G. 7726. (2.). 

d. Paris, Brienne-Laire Sale, 1791, 30 /r. 

12. Vincentius Bellovacensis : 

a. Boston, Boston Public Libr., B. 150. 4.§ 

b. Boston, Boston Public Libr., B, 150. 6.§ 

c. Paris, Goloivkin Sale, (?).|| 

13. Vincentius Bellovacensis : 

a. (No copy known to me.) 

14. Gualterus Anglicus : 

a. Paris, Brienne-Laire Sale, 179 1, 27 /r. 

15. Gualterus Anglicus : 

a. Stuttgart, Kgl. Offentliche Bibl., (?).! 

16. Avianus : 

a. Paris, Elcy Sale, (?). 

17. Hainricus Stainhowel : 

a. Althorp, Earl Spencer's Libr., (?).** 

b. Firenze, R. Bibl. Mediceo-Laurenziana, E, 2. 326.^^ 

* \ob and 10/ are identical. Brunei states that this edition of the 
Speculum Historiale consists of four volumes. 

t \oc and \oe are identical. 

t Brunet states that this set consists of ten volumes and was later 
offered for sale at 700 /r. 

§Cf. reference given for 9a. See p. 674, col. i. 

II lirunet states that this edition of the Speculum Historiale consists of 
three volumes. 

H Seen by Hervieux. 

♦* 17a and x^d are identical ; Earl Spencer's Library was removed to 
Manchester in 1893. 



Incunabula. -i \ 

c. London, Bernard Qiiaritcli Cat., 1874, ^15. Im- 

perfect.* 

d. Manchester, Mrs. Rylands' Libr., (?),t 

e. Miinchen, Kgl. Hof- u. Staatsbibl., A. Gr. B. 124 

f. Oxford, Bodleia?i Libr., Douce G. P. 252. Imper- 

fect.:}: 

g. Wien, K. II. K. Hofbibl., 3. D. 8^ 

h. VVolfenbiittel, Herzogliche Bibl., 10. 2. Ethic.§ 

18. Gualterus Anglicus : 

a. (No copy known to me.) 

19. Bonus Accursius : 

a. London, British Museum, G. 7727. 

b. London, Heber Sale, 1834-1836, ;^i i.y. 

c. London, Hibbert Sale, 1829, £\2 \^s. 

d. London, Libri Sale, 1859, -^2 I2.f.| 

e. London, Pinelli Sale, 1789, \2s. 6d. 

20. Gualterus Anglicus : 

a. Paris, Bibl. Nationale, (?). 

21. Bonus Accursius : 

a. London, British Museum, G. 7728. 

b. Paris, Boutourlin Sale, 1839-1841, (?).1[ 

c. Rome, Unspecified Sale, 1478, 3/r.^ 

* Cf. A Gateral Catalogue of Books Offe?-ed to the Public at the Affixed 
Prices by Bernard Quaritch. London : 15 Piccadilly, 1874. 8vo, x and 
1889 pp. See pp. 355-356, No. 3732. 

1 17a and 17^? are identical ; Earl Spencer's Library was removed to 
Manchester in 1S93. 

% Seen by Hervieux. 

§ Seen by Schwabe. 

11 This copy was bought by Mr. Leslie; cf. a manuscript note on the 
margin of p. 50, No. 32, of a copy of the following catalogue now in the 
Library of the Johns Hopkins University (No. 42434) : Catalogue of the 
Choicer Portio7is of the Magnificent Library Formed by M. Guglielmo 
Libri, so eminent as a collector, who is leaving London in consequence 
of ill-health and solely for that reason disposing of his literary treasures : 
which will be sold by auction by Messrs. S. Leigh Sotheby (and) John 
Wilkinson at their house, 3 Wellington Street, Strand (London), 1859. 
8vo, XX and 380 pp. 

IT 21^ and 2\c are identical. 



V 



32 Incunabula. 

22. Gualterus Anglicus : 

a. (No copy known to me.) 

23. Accio Zuccho : 

, a. Paris, Boutourlin Sale, 1839-1841, 40 fr. 50 <:.* 

b. Paris, Moli?ii Sale, 18 13, 220/r.* 

24. Laurentius Valla : 

a. London, British Museum, 1079. m. 8. 

25. Accio Zuccho: 

a. London, Bernard Quaritch Cat., 1894, ;^50.t 

b. London, British Museum, 12305. g. 6. Imper- 

fect. 

c. London, British Museum, C. i. a. 5.:}: 
^/. London, British Museimi, G. 7729.:}: 

^. Paris, Botitourlin Sale, 1839-1841, 40 /r. 50 <;.* 
/. Paris, Molini Sale, 18 13, 220 /r.* 

26. Bonus Accursius : 

«. (No copy known to me.) 

27. Gualterus Anglicus : 

a. (No copy known to me.) 

28. Gualterus Anglicus : 

a. (No copy known to me.) 

29. Jehan de Vignay : 

a. Rio de Janeiro, Bibl. Nacional, 63. Imperfect.§ 

*The identity of these copies is doubtful. 

tCf. : \. A Catalogue of Greek (and) Latin Classics, Modern Latinists, 
Works on Classical Philology, History and Archceology ; offered by 
Bernard Quaritch, 15 Piccadilly, London, September, 1893. 8vo, viii 
and 136 pp. See p. 2, No. 14. 

2. A Catalogue of Italian Literature, Art, Archaology and History ; 
offered by Bernard Quaritch, 15 Piccadilly, London, April isth, 1894. 
8vo, I20 pp. See p. 6, No. 126, and pp. 84-85, No. 1149. 

This copy formerly belonged to Mr. Fountaine Walker. 

\ Seen by Hervieux. 

§ Cf. Catalogo da Exposicdo Fermanente dos Cimelios da Bihliotheca 
Nacional, publicado sob a direccao do Bibliothecario Joao de Saldanha 
da Gama. Kio de Janeiro : typ. de G. Leuzinger (e) Filhos, Kua do 
Ouvidor 31, 1885. 8vo, 1071 pp. and 5 plates. See p. 163. 



Incunabula. 33 

30. Julien Macho : 

a. London, British Museiwi, G. 7806.* 

31. Bonus Accursius : 

a. London, British Museum, G. 7731. 

b. Paris, Salle Silvestre, 1809, 2^fr. 

32. Francisciis Philelphus : 

a. London, Heber Sale, 1834- 1836, ^^3. Imperfect. 

b. Copy seen by Robert.f 

33. Giialterus Anglicus : 

a. Grenoble, Bibl. Municipale, 173. 

b. Wiirzburg, UniversitatsbibL, L. R. 9. 444 

34. Julien Macho: 

a. Tours, Bibl. Mimicipale, 3266. 

35. Nicolaus Pergamenus : 

a. Amsterdam, Meermann Sale, ^o fl. 

b. Darmstadt, Grossherzogl. Hofbibl., (?).§ 

c. l^ondon, Beckford Sale, 1882. || 

d. London, Bernard Quaritcli Cat., 1886, £20^ 

Imperfect. 

e. London, Bernard Quaritch Cat., 1886, ;^40.** 

*Seen by Hervieux ; his account of this book and that given b> the 
printed catalogue, col. 25, are at variance as to its identity. 

tCf. description of his work given on p. 2 of this Manual. See Vol. 
I, p. ccxlvii. 

JSeen by Hervieux. 

§Cf. Nene Beitrdge zur Naheren Kenntniss der Grossherzoglichen Hof- 
bibliothek in Dar7nstadt, von Dr. Ph. A. F. Walther. Darmstadt : Verlag 
von Johann Philipp Diehl, 1871. 8vo, xv and 168 pp. See p. 40, No. 17. 

II Cf. The Hamilton Palace Libraries: Catalogue of the First Portion of 
the Beckford Library, Removed from Hamilton Palace, which will be 
sold by auction by Messrs. Sotheby, Wilkinson (and) Hodge at their 
house, No. 13 Wellington Street, Strand, W. C. (London), 1882. Svo, 
V and 237 pp. See p. 201, No. 2741, 

T[ Cf. reference given for 7a (i.). See p. 3603, No. 36274. 

**Cf. reference given for 7a (i.). See p. 3603, No. 36275; the signa- 
tures of Thomas Ireland, Nicholas Stokesley, Bartholomew Kirkbye 
and Robert Thacker, all written in this volume between 1490 and 1570, 
attest its early arrival in England. There are a few English glosses in 
the writing of the earliest owner, Thomas Ireland. 



34 Incunabula. 

f. London, Berfiard Qnaritch Cat., 1886, ;^63.* 

g. London, British Museum, C. 38. h. 3.f 
h. London, British Musezim, G. 8989.:}: 

/. London, Hebcr Sale, 1834- 1836, ^3 js. 
j. London, Hcber Sale {bis), 1834- 1836, £2) H-^- 
k. London, Stanley Sale, (?), ;^42.§ 
/. London, Sykes Sale, 1824, £d> 18^. 6d. 
m. London, Thorold Sale, 1884, (?).§ 
n. Paris, Gaignat Sale, 1769, g6 Jr. 
o. Paris, MacCarthy Sale, 1779, 88 /r. 
p. Copy seen by Robert. || 
36. Accio Ziiccho : 

a. Firenze, R. Bibl. Nazionale Centrale, Magi. 15. 

F.b.T 

b. London, Hibbert Sale, 1829, £6 \6s. 6d. 

c. London, Cassano Serra Sale, (?).*'^ 

*Cf. reference given for 7^(1.). See p. 3603, No. 36276; this copy 
is bound up with the Gesta Kovianoriim of the same printer. It bears 
the inscription : " Pertinet in Steyn prope Goudani," first written early 
in the sixteenth century, and repeated elsewhere at a later date. 

^\ a. British Museum : Catalogue of Printed Books. D'ff-Uiez y Fon- 
calda. London : printed by William Clowes and Sons, limited, Stam- 
ford Street and Charing Cross, 1887. 4to, 306 cols. See col. 22. 

tCf. I. Reference given for 35^. See col. 22. 

2. British Museum : A Guide to the Printed Books Exhibited to the 
Public, by W. H. Rye. Printed by Order of the Trustees. London : 
Woodfall and Kinder, Milford Lane, Strand, W. C, 1870. lamo, 32 pp. 
See p. 10. 

§35/4 and 35W are identical. Cf. reference given for 8/^. Sec p. 65, 
No. 672. 

II Cf. description of his work given on p. 2 of this Manual. See Vol. 
I, p. ccxlvi. 

\ Seen by Ghivizzani ; cf. // Volgarizzamento delle Favole di Gal/redo 
Dette di Rsopo ; testo di lingua edito per cura di Gaetano (ihivizzani. 
Con un discorso intorno la origine della favola, la sua ragione storica e 
i fonti dei volgarizzamenti italici. Bologna: presso Gaetano Roma- 
gnoli, 1866. i2mo, ccxvii and 289 pp. See pp. cxci-cxciii. (Scelta di 
Curiosita Letterarie Iiieditc o Rare dal Sccolo xiii al xvii ; in appendice 
alia Collexione di Opere Inedile Rare. Dispense Ixxv e Ixxvi.) 

**Cf. Allgemeines Bibliographisches Lexikon, von Friedrich Adolf 
Ebert. Poster Band. Leipzig: F. A. Brockhaus, 1821. 410, xxii pp. 
and 1076 cols. See col. 22. 



Inciinabtila. 35 

ly. Bonus Accursius : 

«. Althorp, Earl Spe7icer's Libr., (?).* 

b. London, British Museum, C. i. a. i. (2.). 

c. London, British Museum, C. 19. c. (2.).f 

d. London, British Museum, G. 7726. (i.). 

e. London, Duke of Devonshire's Libr., (?).:}: 

f. 'London, Heber Sale, 1834-1836,;^ 6. 

g. London, Hibbert Sale, iZ2g,£g t^s. 
h. London, Pinelli Sale, 1789,^14. 

i. London, Thorold Sale, i884.§ 
J. Manchester, Mrs. Rylauds' Libr., (?).* 
k. Oxford, Bodleian Libr., (?),|| 
/. Oxford, Bodleian Libr., (?).T[ 
ni. Paris, Boutourliji Sale, 1 839-1 841, i?,'^ fr. 
71. Paris, La Vallicre Sale, 1767, 121 fr. 
0. Paris, Libri Sale, 1847-1858, 2^0 fr. 

*Cf. Caxton Celebration, 1877: Catalogue of the Loan Collection of 
Antiquities, Curiosities and Appliances Connected with the Art of Printing, 
South Kensington, edited by George Bullen. London : printed at the 
Elzevir Press; published by N. Triibner and Co., Ludgate Hill. 8vo, 
xix and 472 pp. See p. 60, No. 432. 

37« and 377 are identical. Earl Spencer's library was removed to 
Manchester in 1893. 

t Either this copy or the preceding is probably referred to by : 

1. An Ititroduction to the Knowledge of Rare and Valuable Editions of 
the Greek and Latin Classics, by the Rev. Thomas Frognall Dibdin. 
Fourth edition, greatly enlarged and corrected. Vol. I. London : 
1827. Svo, xiii and 562 pp. See pp. 245-246. 

2. Cf. reference given for 35// (2.). Seep 12, No. 8. 

The copy in question formerly belonged to the Rev. C. M. Crache- 
rode, by whom it was bequeathed to the British ISIuscum. 

JCf. reference given for 37^ (i.). See pp. 245-246. 

§ Cf. reference given for 8/'. See p. 5, No. 37. 

II Cf. I. Reference given for 37^ (i.). See pp. 245-246. 

2. Catalogus Libr or urn Impressorum Bibliotheccv Bodleiana in Aca- 
deniia Oxoniensi. Volumen Primum. Oxonii : e Typographeo Acade- 
mico, 1843. fO' X ^i^d 834 pp. See p. 23, col. i. 

1[Cf. the catalogue just cited, same reference. The two editions 
there mentioned are perhaps not identical. 



36 Incunabula. 

p. Paris, Mac Car thy Sale, 1779, 400 fr. 
q. Washington, Libr. of Congress, (?).* 

38. Hainricus Stainhbwel : 

a. l^ondon, Hcber Sale, i834-i836,;^4 i^. 

b. Paris, Brienne-Laire Sale, 1791, 30 /r. 

c. Wien, Bibl. Albertina, (?).t 

d. Copy seen by Robert (possibly of this edition). :{; 

39. Hainricus Stainhowel : 

a. Firenze, R. Bibl. Mediceo-Lanrenziana, F. 2. 879.t 

b. Linz, K. u. K. Studietibibl., D. iv. 9. 

c. London, British Museum, G. 7805. f 

d. Miinchen, Kgl. Hof- u. Staatsbibl., A. Gr. B. I5.t 

e. Stuttgart, Kgl. Offentliche Bibl., (?).t 
/. Wien, K. u. K. Hof bibl., V. F. 36. 

40. Hainricus Stainhowel : 

a. Paris, Bibl. Nationalc, (?). 

b. Copy seen by Robert (possibly of this edition).:}: 

41. Hainricus Stainhowel : 

a. Paris, Bibl. Nationale, (?). 

42. Hainricus Stainhowel : 

a. (No copy known to me.) 

43. Hainricus Stainhowel : 

a. (No copy known to me.) 

* Cf. Alphabetical Catalogue of the Library of Congress. Vol. I. Wash- 
ington: Government Printing Office, 1S7S. 410, ii and 912 pp. Seep. 
85, col. I. 

On April 7, 1S96, an unsuccessful attempt was made by me to verify 
this entry; the most that I was able to do was to make a copy of the 
corresponding entry in their card catalogue, where the book is described 
as an imperfect copy, etc., etc., preserved in the Librarian's private 
office. This gentleman, Mr. A. R. Spofford, kindly made a personal 
search for me, but was obliged to report it as " uiifindable." The copy 
in question was acquired by the Library of Congress in 1875. 

tSeen by Hervieux. 

}Cf. description of his work given on p. 2 of this Manual. See Vol. 
I, p. ccxlviii. 



Incunabula. 37 

44. Heinricus Stainhowel : 

a. Paris, Unspecified Sale, 1856, i8o/r. 

b. Wien, ^. ?/. K. Hofbibl., X. E. 28 * 

45. Vincentius Bellovacensis : 

a. Toulouse, Bibl. du College, (?). 

46. Vincentius Bellovacensis : 

a. Toulouse, Bibl. du College, (?). 

47. Accio Zuccho : 

a. Venezia, Bibl. Nazionale Marciatia, CXIII. 7. 

41304* 

b. Wien, iT. u. K. Hofbibl, IV. H. 36 * 

48. Gualterus Anglicus : 

a. (No copy known to me.) 

49. Gualterus Anglicus : 

a. V2iv\s, Molini Sale, i^il, 16^1. Imperfect. 

50. Gualterus Anglicus : 

a. Venezia, Apostolo Zends Libr., (?).t 

51. Nicolaus Pergamenus : 

a. London, British Museum, 637. k. 15.:}: 

b. Paris, Bibl. Nationale, Y. 6592. 

c. Paris, La Valliere Sale, 1767, 87 /r. 

d. Paris, 5rt//^ Silvestre, 1830, 134/r. 

52. Nicolaus Pergamenus : 

«. London, British Museum, 637. k. 28.:}: 
b. London, British Museum, 694. 1. 17. (2.).:j: 
<:. London, Heber Sale, 1834- 1836, £\ \^s. 

d. London, Thor old Sale, i884.§ 

e. Paris, Brienne-Laire Sale, 1791, 14/^- 
/. Paris, Yemeniz Sale, 1868, 400 /r. 



* Seen by Hervieux. 

t Seen by Morelli. 

tCf. reference given for 35^. See col. 22. 

§Cf. reference given for 8^. See p. 65, No. 673. 



38 Inamabnla. 

53. Nicolaus Pergamenus : 

a. Haag, Martinus Nijhoff Cat., 1893, Sofl.^' 

b. London, Bcrtiard Quaritch Cat., 1886, £"] \os.\ 

Imperfect. 

54. Colard Mansion : 

a. Koln, Stadtbibl., (?). 

b. Paris, Bibl. Nationale, (?). 

c. Paris, Ycmcniz Sale, 1868, 6000 /r.:{: 

55. Giialterus Anglicus : 

a. (No copy known to me.) 

56. Hainricus Stainhbwel : 

a. (No copy known to me.) 

57. Julien Macho : 

a. London, British Museum, G. 78o6.§ 

58. Nicolaus Pergamenus : 

a. London, British Museum, C. 19. d. 5.§ 

b. London, British Museum, C. 19. d. 26. || 

c. Paris, Bibl. Nationale, (?). 

d. Windsor Castle, Royal Libr., (?)•![ 

59. Nicolaus Pergamenus : 

a. Darmstadt, GrossJierzogl. Hofbibl., (?).** 

b. Paris, Bibl. Nationale, (?). 

60. Bonus Accursius : 

a. London, British Museum, C. i. a. i. (2.). 

b. London, British Museum, C. 19. c. (2.). 

c. London, British Museum., G. 7726. (i.). 

*Cf. Curiositt's de r Art Typographiqiie (1466-1890); Catalogue de 
Livres Rares et Curieux en Vente aux Prix Marqiids chez Martinus 
Nijhoff, a la Haye. La Haye : Martinus Nijhoff, 1893. 8vo, 81 pp. 
See p. 5, No, 34. 

tCf. reference given for "ja. See p. 3603, No. 36277. 

\ M. Ycmcniz bought this copy at Ghent in 1849 fo"" ~ooo fr,, and then 
had a \ooo/r. binding put on it by Trautz. 

§ Seen by Ilervieux. 

II Cf, reference given for 35^. See col. 22. 

ITCf. reference given for 37^. See p. 70, No, 513. 

**Cf, reference given for 35<^. See p. 40, No. 18. 



Inamabtila. 39 

61. Accio Zuccho : 

a. London, British Museum, G. 7732. 

b. Paris, Bibl. Nationale, 6534 Y.* 

62. Colard Mansion : 

a. Paris, Du Fay Sale, 1725, (?).t 

63. Franciscus de Tuppo : 

a. London, British Museum, G. 7807.:]; 

b. Miinchen, Kgl. Hof- u. Staatsbibl., Inc. c. a. 28oo.§ 

64. Hainricus Stainhbwel : 

a. Baltimore, y^f/^/w Hopkins University Libr., 38047. || 

Imperfect. 

b. Linz, K. u. K. Studienbibl., D. iv. 9.§ 

c. Stuttgart, Kgl. Hofbibl, (?).§ 

65. Nicolaus Pergamenus : 

a. (No copy known to me.) 

66. Vincentius Bellovacensis : 

a. London, Heber Sale, 1834-1836, £\ i^s^ 

b. FslyIs, Bearsi Sale, 1855, igo/r.*^ 

c. St. Gallen, Vadianische Bibl., 785.** 

* Seen by Hervieux ; this is probably the same copy as that seen by 
Robert, cf. description of his work given on p. 2 of this Manual; see 
Vol. I, p. ccxli. 

ICf. Bibloinania in the Present Day in Fratice and England; from the 
French of Philomneste Junior. New York, 18S0. Svo. 141pp. See p. 14. 

t Seen by Hervieux; the printed catalogue, col. 9, otherwise identi- 
fies this copy. 

§ Seen by Hervieux. 

II Seen by G. C. Keidel, Dec. 11, 1895; this copy was purchased by 
the late John W. McCoy in 1878 at the Strong Sale in New York for 
$17.50, and was at his death in 1889 bequeathed by him to the Johns 
Hopkins University. Cf, Catalogue of the Books, Manuscripts, etc., of 
the late George T. Strong, Esq., which will be sold at auction by Messrs. 
Bangs (and) Co., 656 Broadway, New York, 1878. Svo, iv and 167 pp. 
See p. 2, No. 14, with the price of purchase given in the margin in the 
late owner's copy. 

Tr66(z and 66b are identical. Brunet states that this set, including No. 
84 of the present list, consists of four volumes. 

** Cf. Verzeichniss der Manuscripte und Incunabeln der Vadianischen 
Bibliothek in St. Gallen. St. Gallen : Druck der Zollikofer'schen Offizin, 
1864. Svo, xiii and 353 pp. See p. 345. 



40 hicunabula. 

6y. Julien Macho : 

a. Paris, Bibl. Nationale, (?). Imperfect.* 

68. Vincentius Bellovacensis : 

a. (No copy known to me.) 

69. Vincentius Bellovacensis : 

a. (No copy known to me.) 

70. William Caxton : 

a. London, British Museum, C. 11. c. i/.f 

b. Oxford, Bodleian Libr., Auct. Q. Q. supra i. 2i.:{; 

c. Windsor Castle, Royal Libr., (?).§ 

71. Hainricus Stainhowel: 

a. Basel, Mtiseum, B. C. iii. 7.t 

b. London, British Museum, 167. f. \2.\ 

c. London, British Museum, G. 783 i.f 

d. Maestricht, Bibliotheek, 484.t 

72. Francisco del Tuppo : 

a. Amsterdam, Crevemia Sale, 1789, 180^. 

b. Escorial, R. Bibl. S. Laurentii Escurialeusis,\. v. 

N. 2. 

c. Hannover, Kgl. Offentliche Bibl., 54. 

* Seen by Brunet; this is probably the same copy as that seen by 
Robert, cf. description of his work given on p. 2 of this Manual; see 
Vol. I, p. ccxlv. 

t Seen by Hervieux. 

t Seen by Hervieux ; cf. also reference given for 2,1^ (2-)> P* ~3' ^^^- '• 

§ Cf. I. The Bibliographer^ s Manual of English Literature, by William 
Thomas Lowndes. Vol.1. London: William Pickering, 1834. 8vo, xv 
and 482 pp. See p. 15, col. i. 

2. Ditto, second edition, revised by Henry G. Bohn. Vol. L Lon- 
don : George Bell and Sons, York Street, Covent Garden, 1875. i2mo, 
576 pp. See pp. 15-16. 

3. Cf. reference given for 37/. See p. 17, No. 106 (and also No. 107). 

4. Early Illustrated Books : A History of the Decoration atid Illustra- 
tion of Books in the i^th and i6ih Centuries, by Alfred W. Pollard. Lon- 
don : Kegan Paul, Trench, Trlibner (and) Co., Ltd., 1893. 8vo, xvi and 
256 pp. See p. 225. 

5. Cf. reference given for 35*:. See pp. 15-16, No. 8, note. 

The woodcut of y'Esop contained in this copy is said to be unique. 



Incunabula. 4^ 

d. Heidelberg, Universitdtsbibl., Sch. 69. n. 450. 

e. London, Bernard Quaritch Cat., 1874, £'^0.* 

f. London, British Museum, 167. f. 14- Imperfect. 

g. London, British Muse^im, G. 7807. 
h. London, Hibbert Sale, 1829, £1^. 

i. London, Pinelli Sale, 1789, £^"2.. 
j. London, Unspecified Sale, iSi6,£26 155. 
k. Oxford, Bodleian Libr., Douce 225. 
/. Vdius, Boutourlin Sale, 1839-1841, 36 /r. 50 <r. Im- 
perfect. 
m. Paris, Brienne-Laire Sale, 1791, 606 fr. 
n. V2iY\s,Libri Sale, 1 847-1 85 8, 480 /r. 
o. Paris, Unspecified Sale, 1610 fr. 
p. Wien, K. u. K. Hofbibl., iv. F. 4. 
q. Copy seen by Robert.f 

73. Hainricus Stainhowel : 

a. (No copy known to me.) 

74. Hainricus Stainhowel : 

a. London, South Kensington Museum, (?).:J: Im- 
perfect. 

75. Hainricus Stainhowel: 

a. Darmstadt, Grossherzogl. Hofbibl., (?).§ 

b. Haag, Kong. Bibliotheek, 593. 

76. Bonus Accursius : 

a. London, British Museum, G. 7718. 

b. London, British Museum, G. 7733. 

77. Gualterus Anglicus : 

a. Paris, Celotti Sale, 1825, 8i/r. 

78. Hainricus Stainhowel : 

a. Basel, Museum, A. M. v. 6.% 

b. Bern, Bibl. Bongarsiana, Inc. 42.:|: 



*Cf. reference given for I7<:. See p. 355, No. 3730 ; this copy formerly 
belonged to M. Yemeniz. 

tCf. description of his work given on p. 2 of this Manual. See Vol. 
I, p. ccxlviii. 

{Seen by Hervieux. 

§ Cf. reference given for 35^. See p. 41, No. 25. 



42 Incunabula. 

c. Heidelberg, Universitatsbibl., Sch. 69. n. 449.* 

d. London, British Museum, C. 19. d. 5.* 

e. Oxford, Bodleian Libr., Auct. N. 4, 16.* , 
/. Oxford, Bodleian Libr., Auct. Q. 4. 30.* 1 
^. Oxford, Bodleian Libr., Douce 226.* 

79. Gualterus Anglicus : ' 

a. (No copy known to me.) 

80. Hainricus Stainhowel : 

a. Bruxelles, Bibl. Royale, 2486* 

b. Cambridge, Eng., University Libr., (?).t 

c. London, British Museum, G. 7808. 

d. Wien, K. u. K. Hofbibl., iv. H. 3. 

81. Julien Macho : j 

a. Wien, K. u. K. Hofbibl., x. G. i* | 

82. Nicolaus Pergamenus : ' 

a. London, British Miiseum, C. 38. h. 44 

b. Paris, Cailhava Sale, 1845-1852, iggfr. 

c. Paris, Unspecified Sale, 6$ofr. 

83. Nicolaus Pergamenus : ij 

a. (No copy known to me.) 

84. Vincentius Bellovacensis : 

a. 'London, Heber Sale, i834-i836,;^i I3j.§ 

b. Faris, Bearsi Sale, 1855, igo fr. 

85. Accio Zuccho : 

a. London, British Museum, C. 20. b. 12. 

b. Oxford, Bodleian Libr., Douce 62. 

c. Paris, Libri Sale, 1847-1858, 175 /r. 

d. Sevilla, Bibl. Colombina, 4. 6. 16 (formerly C. FF. 

Tab. 169. N. 52).! 

* Seen by Hervieux. 

tSeen by Hervieux; this copy was bought at London in 1875 fo"* 
£l\ \os. 

tCf. reference given for 355'. See col. 22, 

§ Brunet states that this set, including No. 66 of the present list, con- 
sists of four volumes. 

II Ferdinando Colombo has inscribed his name in this copy with the 
date 1537. 



Incunabula. 43 

86. Bonus Accursius : 

a. London, British Museum, G. 7733. 
Zj. Gualterus Anglicus : 

a. (No copy known to me.) 

88. Gualterus Anglicus : 

a. (No copy known to me.) 

89. Hainricus Stainhowel : 

a. (No copy known to me.) 

90. Hainricus Stainhowel : 

a. Prag, Strahofer Bibl., (?).* 

91. Gualterus Anglicus : 

a. Amsterdam, Meermann Sale, y^fl- 

b. Bruxelles, Bibl. Royale, 1529 (formerly 997). 

c. London, British Museum, C. i. a. 4. Imperfect. 

d. 'London, Hibbert Sale, 1829, ;^ 2 55. 

e. Oxford, Bodleian Libr., Douce 60. 

92. Gualterus Anglicus : 

a. (No copy known to me.) 

93. Nicolaus Pergamenus : 

a. London, British Museum, 637. k. i6.\ 

94. Hainricus Stainhowel : 

a. (No copy known to me.) 

95. Gualterus Anglicus : 

a. London, British Museum, 12304. ee. 43. 

b. Miinchen, Kgl. Hof- u. Staatsbibl., Inc. c. a. 620. 

c. Niirnberg, Stadtbibl., 139. 

d. Wien, K. u. K. Hof bibl., xvi. G. 29. 

96. Gualterus Anglicus : 

a. Linz, K. u. K. Studienbibl., B. 131. b. 

b. London, British Museum, 12305. e. 12. 

c. Miinchen, Kgl. Hof- u. Staatsbibl., Inc. c. a. 621. 

d. St. Gallen, Vadianische Bibl., 762. ^ 

e. Wien, K. u. K. Hof bibl., Vii. H. 2. 

* This copy consists merely of a fragment of two leaves, which is all 
that is extant of this edition according to Ebert ; cf. reference given for 
36^, col, 24, No. 261. 

tCf. reference given for 35^. See col. 22. 

\ Cf. reference given for 66^. See p. 142. 



44 Incunabula. 

97. Gualterus Anglicus : 

a. Wien, K. u. K. HofbibL, x. H. 66. 

98. Hainricus Stainhowel : 

a. Escorial, R. Bibl. S. Laurentii Escurialeyisis, I. Z. 
13* 

99. Hainricus Stainhowel : 

a. 'London, Payne and Foss Cat., 1824, No. 1526. 

100. Accio Zuccho : 

a. (No copy known to me.) 

10 1. Gualterus Anglicus : 

a. Grenoble, Bibl. Municipale, 173. 

b. Wiirzburg, Universitdtsbibl., L. R. 9. 44.! 

102. Gualterus Anglicus : 

a. Haag, Kotig. Bibliotheek, 345. 

b. London, British Museum, 12305. e. 11. 

c. Miinchen, Kgl. Hof- u. Staatsbibl., Inc. c. a. 716. 

d. Oxford, Bodleian Libr., Auct. 5. Q. 6. 68. 

e. Stuttgart, Kgl. Offe^itliche Bibl., (?). 
/. Wien, K. u. K. Hof bibl., xxvi. G. 32. 

103. Gualterus Anglicus : 

a. London, British Museum, G. 7736. 

b. Oxford, Bodleiaji Libr., A. q. q. Line.:}: 

c. Stuttgart, Kgl. Offentliche Bibl., (?). 

104. Gualterus Anglicus : 

a. (No copy known to me.) 

105. Accio Zuccho : 

a. Milano, Bibl. Ambrosiana, S. Q. R. 11. iS.f Im- 

perfect. 

b. Milano, Bibl. Nazionale di Brera, AM. IX. 43.! 

Imperfect. 

c. Milano, Bibl. Nazioriale di Brera, AN. X. 20.t 

Imperfect. 

* Seen by Hervieux ; this is probably the same copy that was seen by 
Amador de los Kios. 
t Seen by Hervieux. 
tCf. reference given for yjk. (2.). See p. 23, col. i. 



Incunabula. 45 

1 06. Gabrielis Bracii : 

a. Paris, Brienne-Laire Sale, I79i> 42 /j^. 

107. Gualterus Anglicus : 

a. Bruxelles, Bibl. Royale, 74 (formerly 1358).* 

b. Dijon, Bibl. Municipale, 10974. 

108. Gualterus Anglicus : 

a. (No copy known to me.) 

109. Gualterus Anglicus : 

a. Bern, Bibl. Bongarsiana, Inc. 153. 

1 10. Gualterus Anglicus : 

a. (No copy known to me.) 
I T I. Gualterus Anglicus : 

a. London, British Museum, 12304. ee. 17. 

112. Guillaume Tardif : 

a. London, Bernard Quaritch Cat., 1888, i^20.t 

b. Paris, Bibl. Nationale, (?). 

c. Paris, La Valliere Sale, 1767, 12 fr, 

113. Hainricus Stainhowel : 

a. Darmstadt, Grossherzogl. Hofbibl., {}).% 

b. Dresden, Kgl. Offentliche Bibl., (?). 

114. Julien Macho: 

a. London, British Museum, 638. k. 2. 

115. Laurentius Valla : 

a. London, British Mtiseum, C. i. a. 3. 

116. Vincentius Bellovacensis : 

a. (No copy known to me.) 

117. Accio Zuccho: 

a. 'London, Beckford Sale, i882.§ 

b. Venezia, Bibl. Nazionale Marciana, CXI II. 7 

41304-1 
c: Wien, K. u. K. Hofbibl, iv. H. 36.! 



*In his first volume Hervieux gave the shelf number as 229. 

tCf. reference given for 7a. (2.). See p. 60, No. 394 ; this copy has 
the name of Girardot de Prefond stamped in a straight line on the leather 
below the roulette inside the cover. 

J Cf. reference given for 353. See p. 41, No. 26. 

§ Cf . reference given for 35^:. See p. 6, No. 66. 

II Seen by Hervieux. 



46 Inctmabula. 

118. Gualterus Anglicus : 

a. (No copy known to me.) 

1 19. Gualterus Anglicus : 

a. Paris, Hervieux' Libr., (?). 

120. Gualterus Anglicus : 

a. (No copy known to me.) 

121. Hainricus Stainhowel : 

a. Carlsruhe, Grossherzogl. Badische Hof- u. Landes- 
bibl., 22886. *2.* 

122. Nicolaus Pergamenus : 

a. Darmstadt, Grossherzogl. Hofbibl., (?).t 

b. London, British Museum, 1073. 1. 2. {1.).% 

c. VdiVis, Regnazilt-Bretel Sale, 18 19, iZJr. 

123. Gualterus Anglicus : 

a. London, British Museum, G. 7724. 

b. Rouen, Bibl. Municipale, O. 638. 

124. Accio Zuccho : 

a. Venezia, Bibl. Nazionale Marciana, CXIII. 7. 

4i304-§ 
/;. Wien, K. u. K. Hofbibl., iv. H. 36.§ 

125. Franciscus de Tuppo : 

a. London, Hibbert Sale, 1829, £a^ 45. 

1 26. Gualterus Anglicus : 

a. Bruxelles, Bibl. Roy ale, 1840 (formerly 1620). 

1 27. Gualterus Anglicus : 

a. Bruxelles, Bibl. Roy ale, 1740. 

b. London, British Museum, 1073. 1. 28. || 

c. London, British Museum, 12304. cc. 19. (3.). 

d. Miinchen, Kgl. Hof- u. Staatsbibl., A. Lat. a. 13. g. 

*Cf. note I on p. 28 of this Manual. 

t Cf. reference given for 35/'. See p. 42, No. 35. 

t Cf. reference given for 35^^^. See col. 22. 

§ Seen by Hervieux. 

II Hervieux gives in each of his references a different shelf number 
for the single British Museum copy known to him ; neither of them 
agrees with that given by the printed catalogue. Hervieux' numbers 
are : 1073. "• '• (2), and 1073. 1. 28. (2.). 



Incunabula. 47 

e. Munchen, Kgl. Hof- u. StaatsbibL, Inc. c. a. 870. 
/. Oxford, Bodleian Libr., Auct. 5. Q. 6. 80. 
g. Padova, R. Bibl. Universitaria, So. XV. 496. 
h. Wien, K. u. K. Hof bibl., ix. H. 34. 

i. Wolfenbiittel, HerzoglicheBibl.,A\xs. 171. 14- Qu- 

128. Laurentius Valla : 

a. (Same as preceding — an oversight.) 

129. Omnibonus Leonicenus : 

a. London, British Museum, G. 7734. 

1 30. Laurentius Valla : 

a. London, British Museum, 1073. 1. i. 

b. London, British Museum, 12304. cc. 19. (2.). 

131. Accio Zuccho: 

a. 'London, Bee kf or d Sale, 1882.* 

b. Verona, Bibl. Comunale, yy. 2. 

132. Franciscus de Tuppo : 

a. Munchen, Kgl. Hof- u. StaatsbibL, Inc. c. a. 2800. 

b. Sevilla, Bibl. Colombina, 2. 6. 26 (formerly C. K. 

K. Tab. 196. N. 19). 

133. Francisco del Tuppo : 

a. London, Bernard Quaritch Cat., 1888, ^250.! 
134- Francisco del Tuppo : 

a. London, British Museum, G. 7735- 

b. Oxford, Bodleian Libr., (?).:{: 

135. Avianus : 

a. Koln, Stadtbibl., C. B. II. c. 257. f. 

b. London, British Museum, 1073. 1. 33. 

136. Gualterus Anglicus : 

a. Nevers, Bibl. Municipale, 28. 

137. Gualterus Anglicus : 

a. Dijon, Bibl. Municipale, 10973. 



* Cf. reference given for 35^. See p. 6, No. 76. 

tCf. I. Reference given for 70.(2.). See p. 20, No. 119; this copy 
bears the inscription: " lo. Grolieri et amicorum." 

2. Reference given for 250.(2.). See p. 84, No. 1150; in this later 
catalogue the price has been advanced to £,2>^o. 

tCf. reference given for yjk. (2.). See p. 23, col. i. 



48 Incunabula. 

138. Gualterus Anglicus : 

a. \J\x\z, K.u. K. Studienbibl., B. 100. B. 

b. London, British Museum, G. 773S- 

c. Munchen, Kgl. Hof- u. StaatsbibL, Inc. c. a. 1054. 

d. Munchen, Kgl. Hof- u. StaatsbibL, A. Gr. b. 59. 

e. Munchen, Kgl. Hof- u. StaatsbibL, A. Gr. b. 60. 
/. Munchen, KgL Hof u. StaatsbibL, A. Gr. b. 536. 

1 39. Gualterus Anglicus : 

a. Haag, Kong. Bibliotheek, 364. 
/;. Linz, K. u. K. StudienbibL, B. 73. 
c. VaiUS, Unspecified Sale, 2^ fr. 

140. Vincentius Bellovacensis : 

a. London, British Musetnn, 526. n. 4.* 

b. London, Thorold Sale, i884.t 

c. St. Gallen, Vadianische BibL, 7864 

d. Venezia, BibL Monasterii S. Michaelis Venetiarum 

Prope Murianuni, (?).§ 

e. Washington, Libr. of Congress, (?).| 

141. Vincentius Bellovacensis : 

a. London, British Museum, 1309. l.^f 



* Cf. British Museum : Catalogue of Fri?tted Books. Victoria-Virgilius. 
London : printed by William Clowes and Sons, limited, Stamford Street 
and Charing Cross, 1890. fo, 446 cols. See col. 356. 

tCf. reference given for Zb. See p. 187, No. 2043. 

X Cf. reference given for 66^. See p. 345. 

§Cf. Bibliotheca Codicum Manuscriptorum Monasterii S. Michaelis 
Venetiarum Prope Murianum, una cum Appendice Librortnn Impres- 
sorum Seculi XV. Opus posthumum Johannis-Benedicti Mittarelli, 
Veneti Abbatis Ex-Generalis Benedictino-Camaldulensis. Venetiis, 
1779. Ex Typographia Fentiana : sumptibus Prrefati Monasterii. fo, 
xxiv pp. and 1257 cols.; viii and xv pp.; 491 cols. See Seculi XV. 
Appendix Librorum, col. 475. 

II Cf. Catalogue of the Books Added to the Library of Coiigress from 
December i, 1866, to December i, 1867. Washington: Government 
Printing Office, 1868. 4to, ii and 526 pp. See p. 437, col. i. 

On April 7, 1896, an unsuccessful attempt was made by me to verify 
this entry; the overcrowding of the library has resulted in many books 
being " unfindable." 

TICf. reference given for 140a. See col. 356. 



Incunabula. 49 

b. Paris, Hervietix' Libr., (?). 

c. Venezia, Bibl. Monasterii S.Michaelis Venetiarum 

Prope Murianum, (?).* 

142. Gualterus Anglicus : 

a. Oxford, Bodleian Libr., Douce 58. 

143. Jehan de Vignay: 

a. London, British Museum, 580. k. i.f 

b. London, British Museum, C. 22. d.f Imperfect. 

c. Paris, Bibl. de Sainte- Genevieve, (?).:}: 

d. Paris, Bibl. Nationale, G. 203-207.§ 

144. Laurentius Abstemius : 

a. Copy seen by Robert. | 

145. Gualterus Anglicus : 

a. (No copy known to me.) 

146. Gualterus Anglicus : 

a. London, British Museum, 12304. ee. 41. 

147. Gualterus Anglicus : 

a. London, British Museum, G. 7723. 

148. Julien Macho : 

a. London, British Museum, G. 7806. 

149. Laurentius Valla : 

a. London, British Museum, G. 7719. 

150. Gualterus Anglicus : 

a. London, British Museum, 1073, 1. 29.!^ 

151. Gualterus Anglicus : 

a. Milano, Bibl. Nazionale di Brera, AM. X. 'j.% 

152. Gualterus Anglicus : 

a. Arras, Bibl. Municipale, 14680. 

*C£. reference given for 1400^. See col. 475. 

tCf. reference given for 140a. See col. 356. 

JBrunet states that this edition consists of five volumes. 

§ Seen by Hervieux. 

II Cf, description of his work given on p. 2 of this Manual. See Vol. 
I, p. ccxli. 

1[ Hervieux gives in each of his references a different shelf number 
for this copy; neither of them agrees with that given by the printed 
catalogue. Hervieux' numbers are: 1073. 1. i. 2.*, and 1073. 1. 29. 2*. 



50 Incunabula. 

153. Gualterus Anglicus : 

a. (No copy known to me.) 
154- Gualterus Anglicus : 

a. Firenze, R. Bibl. Riccardiana, 560.* 

155. Hainricus Stainhowel : 

a. (No copy known to me.) 

156. Hainricus Stainhowel : 

a. Paris, Bibl. Nationale, (?).t 

157. Accio Zuccho : 

a. Carpentras, Bibl. Municipale, E. 1320. 

b. Ferrara, Bibl. Comunale, O. 66. 

c. London, British Museum, C. 20. b. 

d. London, Heber Sale, 1834-1836, £2 195. 

e. Oxford, Bodleian Libr., Auct. 6. Q. 6. 74. 

f. Paris, Unspecified Sale, lyofr. 

158. Accio Zuccho : 

a. London, Sunderland Sale, 1 88 i.ij: 

159. Bonus Accursius : 

a. Amsterdam, Crevenna Sale, 1789, 25 y?. 

b. Amsterdam, Meermann Sale, 41 fi. 

c. London, British Museum, C. i. a. i. (2.). 

d. London, British Museum, C. 19. c. (2.). 

e. London, British Museum, G. 7726. (i.). 

f. London, Gennadius Sale, 1895, (?).§ 

*Cf. reference given for 36a. See pp. dxxvii-clxxx. 

tSeen by Morel-Fatio ; this was probably the copy that was seen by 
Robert ; cf. description of his work given on p. 2 of this Manual, See 
Vol. I, p. ccxlviii. 

X Cf. Sale Catalogue of the Sunderland or Blenheim Library : Portion 
the First ; to be sold by auction by Messrs. Puttick and Simpson, 47 
Leicester Square, London, W. C, 1881. 8vo, viii and 213 pp. See p. 8. 

§This copy formerly belonged to Mr. Lakelands ; cf. Catalogue of the 
Extensive and Valuable Library of Manuscripts {^and) Printed Books of 
his Excellency Monsieur John Gennaditis, D.C.L., E.A'.S.L., Late Greek 
Minister at the Court of St. James's, which will be sold by auction by 
Messrs. Sotheby, Wilkinson (and) Hodge at their house, No. 13 Welling- 
ton Street, Strand, W. C. (London), 1895. 8vo, xv and 283 pp. See p. 5. 



Incunahila. 5 ^ 

g. London, Hibbert Sale, 1829, £2, IS-^- 

h. London, Hibbert Sale {bis), 1829, £7, 155. 

i. Oxford, Bodleian Libr., (?).* 

j Paris, Reine Sale, 1834-1840, 41/^. 

160. Gualterus Anglicus : 

a. Linz, K. u. K. Studienbibl., B. in. 

b. London, British Museum, 12304. ee. 42. 

c. Miinchen, Kgl. Hof- u. Staatsbibl., Inc. c. a. 1360. 

d. Munchen, Kgl. Hof~ u. Staatsbibl., A. Gr. b. 61. 

e. Oxford, Bodleian Libr., Auct. Q. 5. 53. 
/. Stuttgart, Kgl. Offentliche Bibl., (?). 

g. Wien, K. u. K. Hof bibl, x. H. 47. 

161. Gualterus Anglicus : 

a. London, British Mjiseum, 12304. e. 5. 

b. Paris, Costabili Sale, AS fr. 

c. Verona, Bibl. Comunale, 79. e. 

162. Gualterus Anglicus : 

a. (No copy known to me.) 

163. Sebastianus Brandt : 

a. (No copy known to me.) 

164. Accio Zuccho : 

a. London, British Museum, 1073. 1. 26. 

b. Milano, Bibl. Ambrosiana, S. Q. Q. II. 18. 

c. Milano, Bibl. Nazionale di Brera, AM. IX. 43. 

d. Milano, Bibl. Nazionale di Brera, AN. X, 20. 
e. Padova, R. Bibl. Univer sit aria, So. XV. 494. 

165. Gabrielis Bracii : 

a. Althorp, Earl Spencer s Libr., (?).t 

b. London, British Museum, 1067. m. 6. 

c. London, British Museum, G. 7717- 

d. London, Pinelli Sale, 1789, ^^40 19.?. 
e. London, Sunderland Sale, i88i.t 

/. London, Th or old Sale, 1884.^ 



*Cf. reference given for 37^.(2.). See p. 23, col. i. 
tCf. reference given for 158a. See p. 7. 
tCf. reference given for 8(5. See p. 5, No. 38. 



5 2 Incunabula. 

g. Manchester, Mrs. Rylaiids Libr., (?) * 
h. Oxford, Bodleian Libr., (?).t 
/. Paris, Brienne-Laire Sale, i^gi, 200 fr. 

166. Gualterus Anglicus : 

a. (No copy known to me.) 

167. Gualterus Anglicus : 

a. Basel, Miiseum, C. E. VI. 49. 

168. Gualterus Anglicus : 

a. Oxford, Bodleian Libr., (?). 

169. Hainricus Stainhowel : 

a. London, Bernard Qjiaritch Cat., 1886, ;^54 

170. Hainricus Stainhowel : 

a. Gand, Bibl. de la Ville et de VUniv., Res. 35. 

b. London, British Museum, C. 20. e. 

c. Copy seen by Robert.§ 

171. Gualterus Anglicus : 

a. Bruxelles, Bibl. Royale, 2075 (formerly 2044). 

172. Julien Macho : 

a. London, British Miiseum, 638. k. 2.\ 

b. Paris, Coulon Sale, 1829, ly^fr. Imperfect. 

173. Laurentius Abstemius : 

a. Copy seen by Robert.^ 

174. Bonus Accursius : 

a. Carlsruhe, Grossherzogl. Badische Hof- u, Landes- 
Bibl., 22886.31.** 

175. Gualterus Anglicus : 

a. Basel, Museum, D. D. VII. 12. 

/;. Hannover, Kgl. Offentliche Bibl., 201. 

♦165a and iGs^' are identical. Earl Spencer's Library was removed 
to Manchester in 1893. 

tCf. reference givenfor yjk. (2.). See p. 23, col. i. 

JCf. reference given for -ja. See p. 3560, No. 36076. 

§Cf. description of his work given on p. 2 of this Manual. See Vol. 
I, p. ccxliii. 

II In his fourth volume, p. 409, Hervieux gives this reference as 
being to a copy of No. 1 14 of this list. 

^ Cf. description of his work given on p. 2 of this Manual. See Vol. 
I, p. ccxli. 

♦*Cf. note I on p. 28 of this Manual. 



Incunabula. 5 3 

176. Gualterus Anglicus : 

a. (No copy known to me.) 

177. Nicolaus Pergamenus : 

a. Darmstadt, Grossherzogl. HofbibL, (?).* 

b. Paris, Salle Silvestre, 1842, 21/r. 

178. William Caxton : 

a. London, British Museum, C. 38. g. 2. Imperfect. 

b. London, British Museum, 12305. g. 

c. hondon, John Radcliffe' s Libr., (?).t 

Reference Lists. 

a. Authors. 

1. Abstemius, see Nos. 144, 173. 

2. Accursius, see Nos. 11, 19, 21, 26, 31, 37, 60, 76, Z6, 

159, 174. 

3. Avianus, see Nos. 16, 135. 

4. Boner, see Nos. i, 2. 

5. Bracii, see Nos. 106, 165. 

6. Brandt, see No. 163. 

7. Caxton, see Nos. 70, 178. 

8. Gualterus, see Nos. 8, 14, 15, 18, 20, 22, 27, 28, 33, 

48, 49, 50, 55, 77, 79, 87, 88, 91, 92, 95, 96. 97, loi, 
102, 103, 104, 107, 108, 109, no. III, 118, 119, 120, 
123, 126, 127, 136, 137, 138, 139, 142, 145. 146, 147. 
150, 151, 152, 153, 154, 160, 161, 162, 166, 167, 168, 
171, 175, 176. 

9. Macho, see Nos. 30, 34, 57, 67, 81, 114, 148, 172. 

10. Mansion, see Nos. 54, 62. 

11. Nicolaus, see Nos. 35, 51, 52, 53, 58, 59, 65, 82, 83, 

93, 122, 177. 



* Cf. reference given for 35^. See p. 44, No. 57. 

tCf. ^ View 0/ i/i€ English Editions, Translations and Illustrations of 
the Ancient Greek and Latin Authors, with remarks, by Lewis William 
Briiggemann. Stettin : printed by lohn Samuel Leich, 1797. 8vo, xvi 
and 838 pp. See p. 50. 



54 Incunabula. 

12. Omnibonus, see Nos. 6, 129. 

13. Philelphus, see No. 32. 

14. Remicius, see No. 7. 

15. Stainhowel, see Nos. 17, 38, 39, 40, 41, 42, 43, 44, 

56, 64, 71, 73, 74, 75, 78, 80, 89, 90, 94, 98, 99, 113, 
121, 155, 156, 169, 170. 

16. Tardif, see No. 112. 

17. Tuppo, see Nos. 63, 72, 125, 132, 133, 134. 

18. Valla, see Nos. 3, 24, 115, 128, 130, 149. 

19. Vignay, see Nos. 29, 143. 

20. Vincentius, see Nos. 4, 5, 9, 10, 12, 13, 45, 46, 66, 68, 

69, 84, 116, 140, 141. 

21. Zuccho, see Nos. 23, 25, 36, 47, 61, 85, 100, 105, 117, 

124, 131, 157, 158, 164. 

b. Cities Where Printed.^ 

1. Anonymous, see Nos. 2, 3, 6, 14, 18, 21, 22, 23, 24, 

30, 36, 37, 38, 39> 40, 41, 42. 43, 44. 45, 46, 57, 7i, 
76,77,78,88,91,95,96, 102, 105, 106, 107, 108, 109, 
no, III, 113, 116, 119, 123, 126, 127, 128, 129, 135, 

138, 146, 147, 148, 160, 161, 162, 163, 168, 176, 177, 
178. 

2. Antwerp, see Nos. 75, 80, 82, 87, 91 (?), 118, 122, 130. 

3. Aquileja, see Nos. 63, 132, 133. 

4. Augsburg, see Nos. 7, 12, 38(?), 39(?), 40(?), 4i (?), 

42(?). 43(?). 44(?).64, 7i(?),73. 89, 121, i55, 169. 

5. Bamberg, see Nos. i, 2(?). 

6. Bologna, see No. 79. 

7. Brescia, see Nos. 48, 85, 97, I29(?), 161. 

8. Burgos, see No. 156. 

9. Cologne, see Nos. 911, I4(?), 52, 104, 13511, 160. 

10. Delft, see Nos. 93, 170. 

11. Deventer, see Nos. io2(?), 103, 115, i28(?), i35(?), 

139, 142, 145, 149, 150, 153, 166, 175. 

* For a list of the Latin names of cities mentioned, with their English 
equivalents, see p. lo, note J. 



Incunabula. 5 5 

12. Engolisme, see No. 120. 

13. Florence, see Nos. 154, 174. 

14. Geneva, see No. i77(?). 

15. Gouda, see Nos. 35, 51, 53, 54, 56, 5^, 59' 74. 83. 

16. Haguenau, see No. i38(?). 

17. London, see Nos. 70, ii6(?), I78(?). 

18. Lyons, see Nos. 29, 30 (?), 33, 34, 57 (?). 62, 67, 81, 92, 

loi, 114, 136, 137, 152, 167, i68(?), 172. 

19. Mayence, see No. i63(?). 

20. Milan, see Nos. 1 1, 19, 22 (?). 26, 31, 37 (?), 60, 105 (?), 

151, 158, 164. 

21. Modena, see No. 50. 

22. Mondovi, see Nos. 20, 49. 

23. Naples, see No. 72. 

24. Nuremberg, see Nos. 66, 84. 

25. Paris, see Nos. 13, 94, 108 (?), 1 1 1 (?), 1 12, 123 (?), 143, 

i47(?), 171. 

26. Prague, see No. 90. 

27. Reggio, see No. 159. 

28. Rome, see Nos. 8, 15, 21 (?), 61, •]6{X), 86. 

29. Saragossa, see No. 98. 

30. Stockholm, see No. 65. 

3 1 . Strasbourg, see Nos. 4, 5 , 9, 10, 28, 45 (?), 46 (?), 78 (?)• 

32. Toscolano, see No. 27. 

33. Toulouse, see No. 99. 

34. Ulm, see Nos. 16, 17. 

35. Venice, see Nos. 6 (?), 32, 47, 55,68, 69, 100, 117, 124,- 

125, 131, 134, 140, 141, 144, 157, 165, 173. 

36. Verona, see No. 25. 

c. Printers. 

1. Aleman, see No. 156. 

2. Alvise, see No. 25. 

3. Anonymous, see Nos. 2, 3, 6, 7, 12, 13, 14, 18, 21, 22, 

23, 24, 30, 36, 37, 38, 39, 40, 41, 42, 43, 44, 45, 46, 



56 Incunabula. 

48, 55. 57. 61, 68, 69, 71, 72, -je, 77, 78, 87, 88, 93, 
95,96,99, 102, 105, 106, 107, 108, 109, no, III, 113, 
119, 120, 123, 127, 128, 135, 136, 138, 146, 147, 148, 
155, 160, 162, 163, 165, 167, 168, 174, 176, 177. 

4. Bac, see No. 130. 

5. Bellot, see No. i77(?). 

6. Bertochus, see No. 159. 

7. Bocard, see No. I47(?). 

8. Bonaccorsi, see Nos. 60, 154. 

9. Boninis, de, see Nos. 85, 97. 

10. Breda, de, see Nos. io2(?), 103, 115, i28(?), i35(?), 

139, 142, 149, 150, 166, 175. 

11. Buyer, see No. 29. 

12. C, M., see No. 32. 

13. Caxton, see Nos. 70, 116. 

14. Cereto, de, see Nos. 144, 173. 

15. Chaussard, see Nos. 114, 152, 172. 

16. Conradus, see No. 52. 

17. Eckert, see No. 170. 

18. Fabri, see Nos. 33, loi. 

19. Fabro, de, see No. 9211. 

20. Farfengo, see No. 129. 

21. Flachen, see No. 28. 

22. Franciscus, see No. 50. 

23. Franck, see Nos. 61 (?), 76{}), 86. 

24. Gran, see No. i38(?). 

25. Guldenschaf, see No. i4(?). 

26. Guldinbeck, see No. 21 (?). 

27. Hamell, de, see Nos. 63, 132, 133. 

28. Hurus, see No. 98. 

29. Husz, see Nos. 3011, 57(?), 62, 67, 81, 137. 

30. Knoblotzer, see No. 78 (?). 

31. Koburger, see Nos. 66, 84. 

32. Lambillon, see No. 126. 

33. Lavagnia, see Nos. 26, 31. 

34- Leeu, see Nos. 35, 51, 53, 54, 56, 58, 59, 74, 75, 80, 82, 
83, 91, 118, 122. 



Incunahda. 57 

35. Levet, see Nos. 94, 171. 

36. Liechtenstein, see Nos. 140, 141. 

37. Lupi, see Nos. i67(?), i68(?). 

38. Mantegatiis, de, see No. 151. 

39. Mareschal, see Nos. 114, 152, 172. 

40. Masson, de, see Nos. 63, 132, 133. 

41. Mentellin, see Nos. 4, 5, 9, 10, 45, 46(?). 

42. Misuitis, de, see No. 161. 

43. Monteferato, de, see Nos. 47, 100, 117, 124, 125, 131, 

134, 157- 

44. Moravo, see No. 72 (?). 

45. Pafroed, see Nos. 145, 153. 

46. Pteri, see No. 27. 

47. Pfister, see Nos. i, 2 (?). 

48. Philippi, loannes, see No. 8. 

49. Philippi, Nicholas, see Nos. 30, 34, 5711. 

50. Pontanus, see No. 3 (?). 

51. Prato, de, see No. 92. 

52. Pynson, see No. 178. 

53. Quentel, see Nos. 104, i35n,6o(?). 

54. Ratdolt, see No. 71 (?). 

55. Reinhardi, see Nos. 30, 34, 57n. 

56. Rugerius, see No. 79. 

57. Schabeller, see Nos. 3011, 57(?), 62, ^t- 

58. Schobsser, see Nos. 73, 89. 

59. Schoffer, see No. 163 (?). 

60. Schonsperger, see Nos. 121, i55(?), 169. 

61. Scinzenzeler, see No. 158. 

62. Septemcastrensis, see No. 50. 

63. Signerre, le, see Nos. 105 (?), 164. 

64. Silber, see Nos. 61 (?), ^6{l\ 86. 

65. Snell, see No. 65. 

66. Sorg, see Nos. I2(?), 38 (?), 39(?)> 4o(?). 41 (?), 42 (?), 

43 (?). 64. 

67. Stella, de, see Nos. 63, 132, 133. 

68. Valdarfer, see No. 6 (?). 



5 8 Incunabula. 

69. Verard, see Nos. 112, 143. 

70. Vivaldis, de, see Nos. 20, 49. 

71. Willa, de, see No. 15. 

72. Zainer, Guentherus, see No. 44 (?). 

73. Zainer, Johannes, see Nos. 16, 17. 

74. Zarotus, see Nos. 11, 19. 

d. Size of the Folio Editions. 

1. 30 leaves, see No. 49. 

2. 36 leaves, see No. 112. 

3. 62 leaves, see No. 52. 

4. 72 leaves, see Nos. 30, 4711, 57, 11711, 14811. 

5. 74 leaves, see No. 82. 

6. 75 leaves, see No. 163. 

7. 77 leaves, see No. 2. 

8. 88 leaves, see Nos. i, 148. 

9. 94 leaves, see No. 178. 

10. 100 leaves, see No. 170. 

11. 101 leaves, see No. 54. 

12. 102 leaves, see Nos. 5411, 156. 

13. 103 leaves, see Nos. 35, 51. 5^"^- 

14. 104 leaves, see No. 80. 

15. 105 leaves, see No. 169. 

16. 112 leaves, see No. 75. 

17. 114 leaves, see Nos. 71, 78. 

18. 115 leaves, see No. 43. 

19. 120 leaves, see No. 98. 

20. 123 leaves, see No. 63. 

21. 125 leaves, see No. 53. 

22. 129 leaves, see Nos. 38, 39. 

23. 130 leaves, see No. 3811. 

24. 142 leaves, see No. 70. 

25. 146 leaves, see No. 34. 

26. 151 leaves, see No. 121. 

27. 155 leaves, see Nos. 5, 15. 

28. 158 leaves, see No. 40. 



Incunabula. 59 

29. 159 leaves, see No. 133. 

30. 167 leaves, see No. 44. 

31. 168 leaves, see Nos. 10, 72, 132. 

32. 170 leaves, see No. 42. 

33. 180 leaves, see No. 113. 

34. 190 leaves, see No. 41. 

35. 196 leaves, see No. 64. 

36. 255 leaves, see No. 140. 

37. 275 leaves, see No. i7n. 

38. 288 leaves, see No. 17. 

39. 326 leaves, see No. 12. 

40. 332 leaves, see No. 143. 

41. 336 leaves, see No. 1211. 

42. 400 leaves, see Nos. 4, 9. 

43. Unspecified, see Nos. 7, 13, 16, 20, 45, 46, 59, 62, 66, 

6t, 71, 8in, 83. 84, 89, 93, 99, 141, 155, 177. 

e. Size of the Quarto Editions. 

1. 6 leaves, see Nos. 115, 130, 149. 

2. 18 leaves, see Nos. 79, 151. 

3. 19 leaves, see Nos. 22, 2>6. 

4. 20 leaves, see Nos. 15, yy, no. 

5. 22 leaves, see No. 129. 

6. 24 leaves, see Nos. 3, 32. 

7. 26 leaves, see No. 13511. 

8. 28 leaves, see No. 173. 

9. 29 leaves, see No. 144. 

10. 30 leaves, see No. 135. 

11. 31 leaves, see Nos. 103, 146. 

12. 32 leaves, see No. 9611. 

13. 33 leaves, see No. 96. 

14. 34 leaves, see No. 91. 

15. 35 leaves, see Nos. 108, 147. 

16. 36 leaves, see Nos. 127, 128, 138, 161, 171. 

17. 37 leaves, see No. 145. 

18. 38 leaves, see Nos. 60, 102, 107, 150, 159. 



6o Inainabula. 

19. 39 leaves, see Nos. 139, i6on. 

20. 40 leaves, see Nos. iii, 158, 160, 175. 

21. 42 leaves, see Nos. 6, 95, 123. 

22. 44 leaves, see No. 76. 

23. 48 leaves, see No. 165. 

24. 50 leaves, see Nos. II, 26, 31. 

25. 55 leaves, see No. 19. 

26. 56 leaves, see No. 109. 

27. 62 leaves, see No. 14. 

28. 63 leaves, see No. 18. 

29. 66 leaves, see No. 21. 

30. 70 leaves, see No. 164. 

31. 71 leaves, see Nos. 100, 15711. 

32. 72 leaves, see Nos. 47, 117, 124, 131, 157. 

33. 77 leaves, see Nos. 114, 172. 

34. 82 leaves, see No. 61. 

35. 92 leaves, see No. 176. 

36. 100 leaves, see No. 85. 

37. 120 leaves, see No. 25. 

38. 160 leaves, see No. 2511. 

39. 167 leaves, see No. 37. 

40. 186 leaves, see No. 167. 

41. 212 leaves, see No. 136. 

42. 286 leaves, see Nos. 33, loi. 

43. Unspecified, see Nos. 8, 23, 24, 27, 28, 29, 36, 48, 50, 

56, 65, 74, 81, 87, 88, 90, 92, 94, 97, 104, 105, 106, 
119, 120, 122, 125, 126, 134, 142, 152, 153, 162, 168. 

44. Unidentified, see Nos. 55,68,69, 116, 118, 137, 154, 

166, 174. 

/. Languages. 

1. Bohemian, see No. 90. 

2. English, see Nos. 70, 116, 178. 

3. Flemish, see Nos. 53, 59, 74, 75. ^"^3- 93. '70- 

4. French, see Nos. 29, 30, 34, 54, 57.62,67,81, 112, 

114, 143, 148, 172. 



Incunabula. 6i 

5. German, see Nos. i, 2, 16, 17,40,41,42,43,44,64, 

73, 89, 113, 121, 155, 169. 

6. Greek, see Nos. 37, 60, 106, 159, 165, 174. 

7. Italian, see Nos. 23, 25, 36, 47, 55, 61, 63, 72, 85, 100, 

105, 117, 124, 125, 131, 132, 133, 134, 154, 157, 158, 
161, 164. 

8. Latin, see Nos. 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 

16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 31, 

32, 33, 35, 36, 37, 38, 39, 45, 46, 47, 48, 49, 5°, 5i, 
52, 55, 56, 58, 60, 61, 63, 65, 66, 68, 69, 71, 72, y^, 
77, 78, 79, 80, 82, 84, 85, 86, 87, 88, 91, 92, 94, 95, 
96, 97, 100, loi, 102, 103, 104, 105, 106, 107, 108, 
109, no. III, 115, 117, 118, 119, 120, 122, 123, 124, 
125, 126, 127, 128, 129, 130, 131, 132, 133, 134, 135, 

136, 137, 138, 139, 140, 141, 142, 144, 145, 146, 147, 
149, 150, 151, 152, 153, 157, 158, 159, 160, 161, 162, 
163, 164, 166, 167, 168, 171, 173, 174, 175, 176, 177. 

9. Spanish, see Nos. 98, 99, 156. 

g. Cities Where Preserved. 

1. Althorp: 

a. Earl Spencer's Libr., see Nos. 17^, 37^, 165^:. 

2. Amsterdam: 

a. Crevenna Sale, see Nos. 72^, 159^. 

b. Enschede Sale, see No. ^a. 

c. Meermann Sale, see Nos. 35^, g\a, i^gb. 

3. Arras: 

a. Bibl. Miinicipale, see No. 152^. 

4. Baltimore : 

a. Johns Hopkins Univ. Libr., see No. 64^. 

5. Basel : 

a. Museum, see Nos. 7\a, 78a, 167a, 17 ^a. 

6. Berlin: 

a. K'onigliche Bibl., see No. 2a. 

7. Bern: 

a. Bibl. Botigarsiana, see Nos. 78^^, 109^. 



62 Incunabula. 

8. Boston : 

a. Boston Public Libr., see Nos. ga, 12a, 12b. 

9. Bruxelles : 

a. Bibl. Royale, see Nos. 80^, gib, loya, 126a, I2ya, 
lyia. 

10. Cambridge, Eng.: 

a. University Libr., see No. ?,ob. 

1 1 . Carlsruhe : 

a. Grossherzogl. Badische Hof- u. Landesbibl., see 
Nos. \2ia, 124a. 

12. Carpentras: 

a. Bibl. Municipalc, see No. I57«. 

13. Darmstadt : 

a. Grossherzogliche HofbibL, see Nos. 35/^, 59^, 75^, 
113^:, I22«, I77«. 

14. Dijon : 

a. Bibl. Municipale, see Nos. 107/^, 137^. 

15. Dresden: 

a. Kgl. bffentliche Bibl., see No. w^b. 

16. Escorial : 

a. R. Bibl. S. Laiirentii Escurialensis, see Nos. 72*^, 
98^. 

17. Ferrara: 

a. Bibl. Comunale, see No. I57<^. 

18. Firenze: 

a. R. Bibl. Mediceo-Laurenziatia, see Nos. ijb, yga. 

b. R. Bibl. Nazionale Centrale, see No. 36^. 

c. R. Bibl. Riccardiana, see No. 154^. 

19. Gand : 

a. Bibl. de la Ville et de rUniv., see No. 170^. 

20. Grenoble : 

a. Bibl. Municipale, see Nos. 33^, 10 1^;. 

2 1 . Haag : 

a. Kong. Bibliotheek, see Nos. y^b, \02a, 139^-. 

b. Martinus Nijhoff Cat., see No. 53^. 

22. Haarlem : 

a. Stcidtischc JUbl., see No. ^b. 



Incunabula. 63 

23. Hannover: 

a. Kgl. Offentliche Bibl, see Nos. ']2c, 175^. 

24. Heidelberg: 

a. Universitdtsbibl., see Nos. 72^/, 78^:. 

25. Eoln : 

rt:. StadtbibL, see Nos. 54^:, 135^. 

26. Linz : 

a. K. u. K. StudienbibL, see Nos. i(^b,6^b, 96^, I38«, 

1391^, i6o«. 

27. London : 

a. Beckford Sale, see Nos. 35^, ii7rt, 131^. 
<!;. Bernard Quaritch Cat., see Nos. J a, \yc, 2^a, 35^, 
35^> 35/. 53<^. 72^. ii2«, i33«, 169^. 

c. British Musetmi, see Nos. y, 6a, iia, lib, i\c, 

iga, 21a, 24a, 2Sb, 2SC, 2Sd, ^oa, ^la, 35^, 35/^, 

37^. 37^. 37^. 39^. 5i«. 52^, 52<^, 57«, 58«. 58^'. 
60a, 60b, 60c, 6ia, 6ia, yoa, 71a, 71b, 72/, 72^, 
y6a, 76b, 7?>d, ?>oc, S2a, 85^, 86a, gic, 93^, 95^^, 
g6b, 102b, 103a, ma, 114a, ii^a, 122b, 123^, 
I27<5, 127^, 129^, 130^, 130/^ I34«, I35/^ 138/^ 
140^, 141^?, 143^, 143^. h6«, H7^y h8«. 149^, 
150^, 157^, 159^, 159^, 159^, 160^, i6ia, 164a, 
i6sb, i6sc, 170b, 172a, 178a, i7Sb. 

d. Cassano Serra Sale, see No. 36^. 

e. Dtike of Devonshire'' s Libr., see No. 37^. 
/. Gennaditcs Sale, see No. 159/- 

g. Heber Sale, see Nos. \()b, 2,2a, 35/, 357, 37/, 38^'. 

S2C, 66a, 84a, 1^7 d. 
h. Hibbert Sale, see Nos. 19c, 36^, 37^, 72h, 91^, 

I25«, 159^, 159^^- 
i. John Radcliffe's Libr., see No. 178^. 
j. Kloss Sale, see Nos. 4a, 5^, gb, loa. 
k. Libri Sale, see No. \gd. 
I. Payne and Foss Cat., see No. 99^. 
m. Pinelli Sale, see Nos. \ge, 17 h, 72?, 165^. 
71. South Kensington Museum, see No. 74^. 



64 Incunabula. 

o. Stanley Sale, see No. 3 5 /I'. 

p. Sunderland Sale, see Nos. 158^, i6^e. 

q. Sykes Sale, see Nos. 8«, 35/. 

r. Thorold Sale, see Nos. 8<^, 35W, 37/, 52^, 140^, 

165/ 
s. Unspecified Sale, see No. 727. 

28. Maestricht: 

a. Bibliotheek, see No. 71^. 

29. Manchester: 

^. 71/r.y. Rylands Libr., see Nos. 17^/, 377, 165^. 

30. Milano : 

a. Bibl. Ambrosiana, see Nos. \0'^a, 164b. 

b. Bibl. Nazionale di Brera, see Nos. lO^b, lo^c, 

\$\a, 164c, 164^/. 

31. Miinclien: 

a. Kgl. Hof- u. Stadtbibl, see Nos. ije, 39^, 63<^, 
95<^, 96<?, I02C, 127^^, 127^, 132^, I38<:, 138^/, 
138^, 138/, 160^, i6o<a?. 

32. Nevers ; 

a. Bibl. Mimicipale, see No. 136^. 

33. Niirnberg: 

a. Stadtbibl., see No. 95^. 

34. Oxford : 

a. Bodleian Libr., see Nos. 17/, 37/^, 37/, 70/;, 72/I', 
78^, 78/, 78^, 85^,91^, 102^/, \oib, 127/, 134^, 
142^, 157^, 159?, i6o<r, 165/i, 168a:. 

35. Padova: 

a. R. Bibl. Universitaria, see Nos. 127^, 164^. 

36. Paris: 

a. Andry Sale, see No. \ob. 

b. Bearzi Sale, see Nos. 66b, 2>4b. 

c. Bibl. Natiotiale, see Nos. (^c, 20a, 40a, 41a, 51/^ 

54/7, 58<;, sgb, 6ib, 67a, 112b, 143^/, 156^. 

d. Bibl. de Sai?ite- Genevieve, see No. 143^:. 

e. Bontourlin Sale, see Nos. 2\b, 2ia, 25^, 37W, 72/. 
/. Brienne- Lair e Sale, see Nos. \\d, 14a, 38/;, 52^', 

72W, io6«, 165/. 



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g. Cailhava Sale, see No. 82(5. 
h. Celotti Sale, see No. 77^. 

z. Costabili Sale, see No. 161 (5. 
J, Coulon Sale, see No. iy2b. 
k. Du Fay Sale, see No. 62a. 

I. Elcy Sale, see No. i6«. 
»/. Gaignat Sale, see No. 35«. 
n. Golowkin Sale, see No. 12c. 

o. Hervieux' Libr., see Nos. \Qc, iiga, 141^. 
/. La Valliere Sale, see Nos. 37^, 51^:, 11 2c:. 

^. Zz<5W Sale, see Nos. 37^, 72^, 85^. 

r. MacCarthy Sale, see Nos. 9^, io</, 35^, 37/. 

s. Molini Sale, see Nos. 23^, 25/, 49^. 

/. Morante Sale, see No. \oe. 
u. Regnault-Bretel Sale, see No. 122^. 
V. Reine Sale, see No. 159/. 
w. Salle Silvestre, see Nos. ^\b, $id, lyyb. 
X. Soubise Sale, see No. lof. 
y. Unspecified Sale, see Nos. 44^, y2o, S2c, 139*^, 

157/ 
z. Yeineniz Sale, see Nos. yb, 52/, 54c. 

37. Prag: 

a. Strahofer Bibl., see No. 90a. 

38. Rio de Janeiro : 

a. Bibl. Nacional, see No. 29^. 

39. Rome: 

a. Unspecified Sale, see No. 2\c. 

40. Rouen : 

a. Bibl. Municipale, see No. I23<5. 

41. Sevilla: 

a. Bibl. Colombina, see Nos. 85^, \l2b. 

42. St. Gallen : 

rt. Vadianische Bibl., see Nos. 66t, 96^, 140^. 

43. Stuttgart: 

a. KgL dffentliche Bibl., see Nos. I5«, 39^, 64^, 102^, 
103c, i6q/". 



66 Incunabula. 

44- Toulouse : 

a. Bibl. du College, see Nos. 45^, 46^. 

45- Tours: 

a. Bibl. Municipale , see No. 34^. 

46. Unknown : 

a. See Nos. 13^, i8«, 22«, 26^, 27^, 28^, 32(5, 35/, 
38^, 40^, 42^, 43«, 48^, 55<?, 56<3:, 61^ n, 65^, 
^^a n, 68«, 69^, 72^, 73^:, 79^, 83^, 87^, 88«, 
89^, 92a, 94^, 98^11, ioo«, 104^, io8rt, iio«, 
ii6«, ii8«, \2Qa, 144a, i4Sa, i$^a, I55<2, 
156^ n, i62tf, 163^, i66«, 170^:, lyyt, 176a. 

47. Venezia: 

a. Apostolo Zends Libr., see No. 50^. 

b. Bibl. Monasterii S. Michaelis Venetiarum Prope 

Murianum, see Nos. 140^, 141^. 

c. Bibl. Nazionale Marciatia, see Nos. 47^, 117b, 

124a. 
48- Verona: 

a. Bibl. Coniiinale, see Nos. I'^ib, idle. 

49. Washington : 

a. Libr. of Congress, see Nos. 37^, 140^. 

50. Wien : 

a. Bibl. Albertina, see No. 38^. 

b. K. u. K. Hofbibl., see Nos. lyg, 39/, 44b, 4'jb, 72/, 

8o<^, 8irt;, 95^, 96^, 97«, 102/, 117^, \24b, \2yh, 
\6og. 

51. Windsor Castle: 

a. Royal Libr., see Nos. 58^/, yoc. 

52. Wolfenblittel : 

a. Hcrzogliclie Bibl., see Nos. \a, lyh, 127/. 

53. Wiirzburg: 

a. Universitiitsbibl., see Nos. 33/^ loib. 

h. Alphabetical List of Sales and Catalogiies. 

1. Andry Sale, Paris, 1830, see No. \ob. 

2. Bearzi Sale, Paris, 1855, see Nos. 66b, ^4b. 



Incunabula. 67 

3. Beckford Sale, London, 1882, see Nos. 35c, 117^, 

131^. 
4- Bernard Quaritch Cat., London, 1874, see Nos. 

\']c, 'j2e. 

5. Bernard ftuaritch Cat., London, 1886, see Nos. 

7«. 35^^. 35^". 35/. 53^^. ^^9^- 

6. Bernard Q,uaritch Cat., London, 1888, see p. 29n 

and Nos. i \2a, I33«. 

7. Bernard Quaritch Cat., London, 1894, see No. 25^. 

8. Bibliotheca Nacional, Rio de Janeiro, 1885, see 

No. 29^. 

9. Bodleian Libr., Oxford, 1843, see Nos. nk, 37/, ^ob, 

\oib, 134^, 159?, 165//. 

10. Boston Public Libr., Boston, 1866, see Nos. 9^, \2a, 

12b. 

11. Boutourlin Sale, Paris, 1839-1841, see Nos. 21^, 

23«, 25^', 37;«, 72/. 

12. Brienne-Laire Sale, Paris, i79i,see Nos. 11^, 14^, 

38^^, 52^, 72;;/, io6a, i6^i. 

13. British Museum Catalogue of Printed Books, 

London, 1883-1890, see p. 9n and Nos. '^c, 6a, iia, 
lib, lie, iga, 2ia, 24a, 2^b, 2^6, 2Sd, 30^, 31^, 35^, 
ZS^h Z7b, nc, i-jd, sgc, 51^, 52^, 52^, 57^, 58a, 58-^, 
60a, 60b, 60c, 6ia, 6^a, yoa, yib, yic, 72/, 72^, 76^, 
y^b, ySd, Soc, 82a, 85^, S6a, gic, g^a, g^a, g6b, 102b, 
103^, iii«, ii4«, 115^:, 122b, i2ia, I2jb, 12'jc, I2ga, 
i^oa, i30(5, i34<2, i35<^, 138^^, 140^, 141^, 143^, i43<^. 
146^, i47«, 148^:, 149^:, 150^, 157^, 159^, 159^, I59^» 
160/7, i6irt, 164a, 165/7, 165^, lyob, iy2a, lySa, 178b. 
14- Cailhava Sale, Paris, 1845-1852, see No. 82/;. 

15. Cassano Serra Sale, London, (?), see No. 36<:. 

16. Caxton Celebration, London, 1877, see No. 37^. 

17. Celotti Sale, Paris, 1825, see No. 77a. 

18. Costabili Sale, Paris, (?), see No. i6i<^. 

19. Coulon Sale, Paris, 1829, see No. 172b. 

20. Crevenna Sale, Amsterdam, 1789, see Nos. 72a, 

iSga. 



68 Incunabula. 

21. Du Fay Sale, Paris, 1725, see No. (>2a. 

22. Elcy Sale, Paris, (?), see No. \6a. 

23. Enschede Sale, Amsterdam, (?), see No. 3^. 

24. Gaignat Sale, Paris, 1769, see No. 35«. 

25. Gennadius Sale, London, 1895, see No. 159/ 

26. Golowkin Sale, Paris, (?), see No. \2c. 

27. Grossherzogl. Hofbibl., Darmstadt, 1871, see Nos. 

SS*^. 59«. 75^> 113^. i22«, 177^. 

28. Grossherzogl. Hof- und Landesbibl., Carlsruhe, 

1877, see p. 28n and Nos. 121a, YjA^a. 

29. Heber Sale, London, 1 834-1 836, see Nos. \(^b, 32^, 

35^'. 357, 37/ 38^. 52^, 66«, 84a, 157^. 

30. Hibbert Sale, London, 1829, see Nos. 19c, 36/^, 37^, 

72h,gid, i2Sa, 159^, 159/^. 

31. Kloss Sale, London, 1835, see Nos. 4a, ^a, gb, loa. 

32. La Valliere Sale, Paris, 1767, see Nos. 37«, 51^, 

1 12c. 

33. Library of Congress, Washington, 1867, see No. 

140^. 

34. Library of Congress, Washington, 1878, see No. 

37^- 

35. Libri Sale, Paris, 1847-1858, see Nos. 37^?, 72^, 85^. 

36. Libri Sale, London, 1859, see No. igd. 

37. MacCarthy Sale, Paris, 1779, see Nos. gd, lod, 35^, 

37A 

38. Martinus Nijhoff Cat., The Hague, 1893, see No. 

53^- 

39. Meermann Sale, Amsterdam, (?), see Nos. 35^, gia, 

iSgb. 

40. Molini Sale, Paris, 1813, see Nos. 23/;, 25/, 49^. 

41. Monasterium S. Michaelis, Venetiis, 1779, see Nos. 

140^, 141c. 

42. Morante Sale, Paris, (?), see No. lor. 

43. Payne and Foss Cat., London, 1824, see No. 99^. 

44. Pinelli Sale, London, 1789, see Nos. I9(f, 37//, 721, 

i6sd. 



Incunabula. 69 

45. Regnault-Bretel Sale, Paris, 1819, see No. \22c. 

46. Reine Sale, Paris, 1834-1840, see No. 159/ 

47. Salle Silvestre, Paris, 1809, see Nos. i\b,i\d, lyyb. 

48. Soubise Sale, Paris, 1788, see No. 10/. 

49. Stanley Sale, London, (?), see No. 35/C\ 

50. Strong Sale, New York, 1878, see No. 6^a. 

51. Sunderland Sale, London, i88i,see Nos. 158a, 165^. 

52. Sykes Sale, London, 1824, see Nos. 8«, 3V- 

53. Thorold Sale, London, 1884, see Nos. 8/7, 35;;/, 372, 

^2d, 14.0b, 165/. 

54. Unspecified Sale, Rome, 1478, see No. 21c. 

55. Unspecified Sale, London, 1816, see No. 72/ 

56. Unspecified Sale, Paris, 1856, see No. 44^. 

57. Unspecified Sale, Paris, (?), see Nos. 72c', 82^, I39<:, 

157/ 

58. Vadianische Bibl., St. Gallen, 1864, see Nos. 66c, 

g6d, 14.0c. 

59. Yemeniz Sale, Paris, 1868, see Nos. yb, 52/, 54c. 

i. Chronological List of Sales and Catalogiies. 

1. 1478, Unspecified Sale, Rome, see No. 2\c. 

2. 1725, Du Fay Sale, Paris, see No. 62a. 

3. 1767, La Valliere Sale, Paris, see Nos. 37;/, ^\c, 

I \2C. 

4- 1769, Gaignat Sale, Paris, see No. 35«. 

5. 1779, MacCarthy Sale, Paris, see Nos. 9^, \od, 35^, 

37A 

6. 1779, Monasterium S. Michaelis, Venetiis, see 

No. 140^. 

7. 1788, Soubise Sale, Paris, see No. 10/. 

8. 1789, Crevenna Sale, Amsterdam, see Nos. 72^, 

i59rt. 

9. 1789, Pinelli Sale, London, see Nos. 19^, 37//, 72/, 

165^. 
10. 1791, Brienne-Laire Sale, Paris, see Nos. \\d, 14a, 
T,Sb, 52^, y2fn, \o6a, 1652. 



70 Incunabula. 

11. 1809, Salle Silvestre, Paris, see N0S.3 1^,5 1^,177^. 

12. 1813, Molini Sale, Paris, see Nos. 23<^, 25/ 49^. 

13. 1816, Unspecified Sale, London, see No. 72/ 

14. 1819, Regnault-Bretel Sale, Paris, see No. 122^. 

15. 1824, Payne and Foss Cat., London, see No. 99^. 

16. 1824, Sykes Sale, London, see Nos. 8^, 35/. 

17. 1825, Celotti Sale, Paris, see No. Tja. 

18. 1829,tIoulon Sale, Paris, see No. 172^^. 

19. 1829, Hibbert Sale, London, see Nos. 19c, 36^, 37^, 

'/2h,gid, i2Sa, 159^, 159/^. 

20. 1830, Andry Sale, Paris, see No. io/a 

21. 1834-1836, Heber Sale, London, see Nos. 19^, 32rt, 

35^. 357, 37/, 38^, 52^, 66rt. 84^, 157^. 

22. 1834-1840, Reine Sale, Paris, see No. 159/ 

23. 1835, Kloss Sale, London, see Nos. 4a, 5«, gd, loa. 

24. 1839-1841, Boutourlin Sale, Paris, see Nos. 2i<^, 

23^, 25^, 37m, 72/. 

25. 1843, Bodleian Libr., Oxford, see Nos. 37k, 37/, 

yod, 103^, 134^, 159/, i6s/i. 

26. 1845-1852, Cailhava Sale, Paris, see No. Szd. 

27. 1847-1858, Libri Sale, Paris, see Nos. 37^, 72^, 

85.. 

28. 1855, Bearzi Sale, Paris, see Nos. 66^5, 84^. 

29. 1856, Unspecified Sale, Paris, see No. 44^. 

30. 1859, Libri Sale, London, see No. 19c/. 

31. 1864, Vadianische Bibl., St. Gallen, see Nos. 66c, 

96c/, 140^. 

32. 1866, Boston Public Libr., Boston, see Nos. ga, 

12a, 12b. 

33. 1867, Library of Congress, Washington, see No. 

i40£'. 

34. 1868, Yeme'niz Sale, Paris, see Nos. yb, 52/, 54*:. 

35. 1871, Grosslierzogl. Hofbibl., Darmstadt, see Nos. 

35<^, 59^.75^. 113^^. i22rt, lyya. 

36. 1874, Bernard ftuaritch Cat., London, see Nos. 

17^, 72r. 



Inainahila. 7 1 

37. 1877, Caxton Celebration, London, see No. 37^. 

38. 1877, Grossherzogl. Hof-undLandesbibl.,Carls- 

ruhe, see p. 28n and Nos. 121^:, \'j^a. 

39. 1878, Library of Congress, Washington, see No. 

37^- 

40. 1878, Strong Sale, New York, see No. 6A,a. 

41. 1881, Sunderland Sale, London, see Nos. 158^?, 

165^. 

42. 1882, Beckford Sale, London, see Nos. 35^, wja, 

43. 1883-1890, British Museum Catalogue of 

Printed Books, London, see p. 9n, and 
Nos. y, 6a, iia, lib, lie, iga, 21a, 24a, 2^b, 
2SC, 2sd, 30«, iia, 35^, 35/2, 37^, 37^, 37^, 39^, 
5i«, 52^, 52/;, 57«, 58^, 58^^, 60a, Gob, 60c, 
6ia, 63^, 70^, 71/;, 71^, 72/, 72^, 76a, y6d, ySd, 
Soc, S2a, 85^, 86a, gic, g^a, g^a, g6b, 102b, 
i03«, ma, 114a, 115(3:, I22<^, 123^, \2yb, 12'jc, 
I2ga, i^oa, 130^, I34«, 135/^, 138-^, 140^, 141 «, 
143(7, 143/;, 146^, I47<a:, 148^, i^ga, i^oa, 157^, 
159^, i^gd, 159^, 160^, i6ia, 164a, i6i)b, 165^, 
170/^ 172^, 178^, 178/7. 

44. 1884, Thorold Sale, London, see Nos. 8b, 35^, 37?, 

52^, 140b, 165/. 
45- 1885, Bibliotheca Nacional, Rio de Janeiro, see 
No, 29«. 

46. 1886, Bernard Q,uaritcli Cat., London, see Nos. 

7«, 35«'. 35^. 35/. 53''^ 169^- 

47. 1888, Bernard Q,uaritch Cat., London, see p. 29n 

and Nos. 112a, I33«. 

48. 1893, Martinus Nijhoflf Cat., The Hague, see No. 

53«- 

49. 1894, Bernard Quaritch Cat., London, see No. 

2^a. 

50. 1895, Gennadius Sale, London, see No. 159/. 

51. ? Cassano Serra Sale, London, see No. 36^. 



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52. 


? 


53- 


? 


54- 


? 


55- 


? 


56. 


? 


57. 


? 


58. 


? 


59- 


? 



Costabili Sale, Paris, see No. i6i<^. 
Elcy Sale, Paris, see No. 16^. 
Enschede' Sale, Amsterdam, see No. 3^. 
Golowkin Sale, Paris, see No. \2c. 
Meermann Sale, Amsterdam, see Nos. 35^, 

gia, I59(^. 
Morante Sale, Paris, see No. 10^. 
Stanley Sale, London, see No. 35^. 
Unspecified Sale, Paris, see Nos. 72^, 2>2c, 

139^. 157/ 



J. Prices Brought. 
A. London Sales. 

1. 12s. 6d., see No. ige. 

2. £1 Is., see No. igb. 

3. £1 13s., see Nos. 66a, 84^. 

4. £1 16s., see No. 52^. 

5. £2 5s., see No. g\d. 

6. £2 12s., see No. igd. 

7. £2 19s., see No. 157^. 

8. £3, see No. 32^. 

9. £3 7s., see No. 35/. 

10. £3 13s., see No. 159^. 

11. £3 14s., see No. 35/ 

12. £3 15s., see No. 159/?. 

13. £4 Is., see No. 38^. 

14. £4 4s., see No. 125^. 

15. £5, see No. 169^. 

16. £6, see No. 37/ 

17. £6 16s. 6d., see No. z6b. 

18. £7 10s., see No. 53/^ 

19. £8 18s. 6d., see No. 35/. 

20. £9 5 s., see No. 37^. 

21. £12, see No. 72/. 

22. £12 15s., see No. I9<:. 



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23. £14, see No. 37/2. 

24. £14 3s. 6d., see No. 8«. 

25. £15, see No. 17^. 

26. £17, see No. 72/^. 

27. £20, see Nos. 35^, 112a. 

28. £26 15s., see No. 72/ 

29. £31 lOs., see No. So^^n. 

30. £40, see No. 35^. 

31. £40 19s., see No. 165^. 

32. £42, see No. 35^. 

33- £50, see No. 21a. 

34- £63, see No. 35/ 

35- £80, see No. 72^. 

36. £100, see No. ya. 

37. £250, see No. 133^. 

38. £320, see No. 133^11. 



B. Paris Sales. 



I. 


3fr., see No. 2\c. 


2. 


12fr., see No. 112c. 


3- 


14fr., see No. 52^. 


4- 


18fr., see No. \22c. 


5- 


21fr., see No. 177^. 


6. 


25fr., see Nos. 31^, 139^. 


7- 


27fr., see No. 14^. 


8. 


30fr., see Nog. 11^, 38^^. 


9- 


36fr. 50c., see No. 72/. 


10. 


40fr. 50c., see Nos. 23^, 25^ 


II. 


41fr., see No. 159/ 


12. 


42fr., see No. 106.3:. 


13- 


45fr., see No. i6i<5. 


14. 


81fr., see No. T^a. 


15- 


87fr., see No. 51^. 


16. 


88fr., see No. 35^. 


17- 


96fr., see No. 35«. 


18. 


lOOfr., see No. 10/ 



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19. 121fr., see No. 37«. 

20. 134fr., see No. 51^. 

21. 170fr., see No. 157/ 

22. 175fr., see Nos. 85*:, I'jib. 

23. 180fr., see No. 44^. 

24. 185fr., see No. lym. 

25. 190fr., see Nos. 66<!7, %\b. 

26. 199fr., see No. 82<5. 

27. 200fr., see No. 1652. 

28. 205fr., see No. lOr. 

29. 220fr., see Nos. 21b, 25/. 

30. 250fr., see No. ijo. 

31. 299fr., see No. 10^. 

32. 400fr., see Nos. 37/, 52/. 

33. 480fr., see No. 'J2n. 

34. 606fr., see No. 72W. 

35. 650fr., see No. 82*:. 

36. 685fr., see Nos. 9^, \od. 

37. 700fr., see Nos. 9<^n, lo^n. 

38. llOOfr., see No. 7/;. 

39. 1610fr., see No. 72^. 

40. 2000fr., see No. 54^n. 

41. 3000fr., see No. 2«n. 

42. eOOOfr., see No. 54c. 

C. Amsterdam Sales. 

1. 25fl., see No. \t^<^a. 

2. 30fl., see No. gia. 

3. 41fl., see No. \S9^- 

4. 50fl., see Nos. 35^, 53^. 

5. 180fl., see No. 72^. 

6. 400fl., see No. 2>a. 

D. Flore?ice Sales. 
I. 1681., see No. 49a. 

£. Neiv York Sales. 
I. $17.50, see No. 64a. 



Incunabula. 75 

k. Bibliograpliers' Vidimus.'^ 

1. Amador de los Rios has seen No. 98^. 

2. Brunet has seen Nos. \a, 2a, 6ya. 

3. Deschamps (or G. Brunet) has seen No. gc 

4. Ghivizzani has seen No. 36^. 

5. Hervieux has seen Nos. 15^, lyb, ije, \yf, lyg, 2^c, 

25^, 30^. 33^. 38^. 39^. 39^. 39^. 39^. 44'^' 47«- 47^, 
57«, 58«, 6i/^ 63^, 63<^, 64^5, 64*:, 70^, 70^-, 71^, 71^, 
7ir, 7i«', 74^, 78^, 78^, 78t-, 78^, 78^, 78/, 78^, 8o«, 
80/;, Z\a, 98^, loi^, 105^, 105^, 105^, wyb, wye, 
124a, 124b, I43<:/, 151^. 

6. Keidel, G. C, has seen No. 64a. 

7. Morel-Fatio has seen No. 156^. 

8. Morelli has seen No. 50^. 

9. Robert has seen Nos. 32^^, 35/, 38^, 40^-, 61^, 67«, 72^, 

I44«, 156^, 170^:, 173^. 
10. Schwabe has seen No. ly/i. 

I. Former Owners.^ 

1. Benard, Fieri, see No. 2^n. 

2. Colombo, Ferdinando, see No. 85^n. 

3. Cracherode, C. M., see No. 37cn. 

4. Grolierus, lo., see No. i33rtn. 

5. Ireland, Thomas, see No. 35m. 

6. Kirkbye, Bartholomew, see No. 35^n. 

7. Lakelands, see No. 159/n. 

8. Leslie, see No. \<^dn. 

9. McCoy, John W., see No. 64«n. 

*The great majority of the catalogues and bibliographies consulted 
by me were as a rule so indefinite in their statements that I have been 
able to include only a few references in this list ; to do otherwise would 
have been giving the semblance of fact to only the merest conjectures 
for most of the copies not mentioned in this short list. 

f This list includes only those names which have not been given in 
the lists of Sales and Catalogues because of a lack of the necessary 
information. 



76 Incunabula. 

10. Prefond, Girardot de, see No. ii2«n. | 

11. Stokesley, Nicholas, see No. 35^n. 

12. Thacker, Robert, see No. 35m. 

13. Walker, Fountaine, see No. 25^^11. 

14. Yemeniz, see No. 'j2ew. 



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