[Lyons]: Mathias Huss, 1494.
Fol. a8 b6 c-z8 ⁊8 ↄ8 A-Y8 Z6 Aa6 aa6 bb-cc8.  leaves.
ISTC ib00596000; GW 4273; Goff B596; Bod-inc B-304; CIBN B-419.
The GW transcription does not distinguish r rotunda.
|Shelf-mark:||Sp Coll Euing Dp-e.4 (see main library entry for this item)|
|Provenance:||Christopher Inkpen (16th century): inscription in dull red ink on a1r “Liber Christopheri Inkepennj ['Inkepennj' lightly scored through] Teste worthingtono [...] Anno 1550(?)”.
Worthington (16th century) - see above.
Richard Garrion (fl. 1569): inscription in black ink on a1r “Thys ys f[or] Rycharde garrion ys bocke a curate of suyer [possibly Swyre in Dorset?] In the yere of our lorde god 1569 be me Richarde garri[on]”.
Thomas Gradig/Gradyg (16th century): signature on a1r “Thomas Gradyg”.
Robert Powell (17th century): signature on cc2r “Robertus Powell”.
Thomas Arthur (fl. 1856-1876), bookseller, London: sold book to William Euing.
William Euing (1788-1874), insurance broker, Glasgow: purchased from Arthur 15 Jan. 1872 according to Euing’s pencil acquisition note and price code “15 1 72 Arthur ch/-” on a1r; Euing’s inventory number “No 88” and shelfmark “V-a-9” on front pastedown (the inventory number repeated on a1r).
University of Glasgow: Euing bequest, 1874.
|Binding:||England, 17th-century calf; covers decorated with a double blind-fillet border; rebacked in 19th/20th century and given new endpapers (original spine covering and endpapers unrecorded); red-edged leaves; number “2” written on fore-edge. Size: 268 x 202 mm.|
|Leaf size:||262 x 195 mm.|
|Annotations:||Marginal annotations and underlining in faded red ink in the early books of the Old Testament, written in the same 16th-century hand that wrote the Inkpen ownership inscription on a1r; in the same hand several Old Testament references written on the final blank page (cc8v) together with a quotation from Corinthians in a different hand; other marginal annotations in black ink in a different 16th-century hand, mainly in the early books of the Old Testament, often giving English translations of Latin words; a few monetary annotations (18th century?) in sterling on a1r; 19th-century price “£1.18.0” and price code “o/-”, both in pencil, on front pastedown.|
|Decoration:||Seven-line initial “F” on a2r supplied in red and blue with reserved white; other initials throughout supplied in red or in red and reserved white, except for a single initial in blue on a2r; pen-and-ink drawings of caricature men on bb6r and cc1r.|