Bossus, Matthaeus: Recuperationes Faesulanae.
With additions by Philippus Beroaldus.
Bologna: Franciscus (Plato) de Benedictis, 20 July 1493.
Fol. ☩6 a-g8 h6 i4 A-I8 k8 L-O8.  leaves.
Woodcut printer’s device.
ISTC ib01045000; Goff B1045; BMC VI 826; Bod-inc B-490; GW 4958.
|Shelf-mark:||Sp Coll Hunterian Bh.3.24 (see main library entry for this item)|
|Variants:||A1r, line 1: “... CANONICI ...” as in GW’s main transcription, not “... CACONICI ...” as in GW Anm.; A1r, line 8: “... Prima.” as in GW’s main transcription, not “... prima.” as in GW Anm.|
|Provenance:||Girolamo Gadi (d. 1529), Franciscan theologian, Professor at Bologna: cropped inscription of O8v “Liber e[st] mej fr[atr]is hieronymi gaddij [bo]nonie[n]sis ordi[ni]s mi[n]or[um] que[m] emj Bono[ni]e [ann]o d[omi]nj 1504 die 5a octobris p[ro] f[lorinis] 20”.
Frater Antonius Maria (fl. 1570): cropped inscription on O8r “Ego f[rater] Ant[oniu]s m[ari]a [et]hica bonon[iensi] notaui folia a p[rim]o usq[ue] a[d] hunc ce[n]tesimu[m] septuages[i]mum sextu[m] an[n]o D[omini] 157[-] .x. Julij. die Martis a ues[peris]”.
Ebenezer Brown (d.1828), M.D., Inspector General of Hospitals: presented to the Hunterian Library in March, 1852 (cf. University of Glasgow Library, Museum records, MR37/14, 15) by Miss Marjory Ettles of Stirling from the library of her late brother-in-law, Dr Ebenezer Brown, a matriculated student in the Greek Class at Glasgow University in 1786 (cf. James Coutts, 'A history of the University of Glasgow from its foundation in 1451 to 1909', pp. 404-5; W. Innes Addison, 'The matriculation albums of the University of Glasgow from 1728 to 1858', no. 4573).
Marjory Ettles (fl. 1852) of Stirling: see above.
University of Glasgow: presented in 1852 (see above); Hunterian Museum bookplate (a later addition to the Hunterian Library with no connection to William Hunter’s original collection).
|Binding:||Early 20th-century half brown morocco, marbled paper-covered boards. Size: 315 x 216 mm.|
|Leaf size:||301 x 207 mm.|
|Annotations:||Occasional marginal annotations in a 16th-century hand, mainly extracting keywords or phrases; “IESVS” written in top margin of a2r; occasional “nota” marks and pointing hands; foliated in a 16th-century hand “1”-“176” from a3r-O8r with a note by the foliator on O8r (see Provenance).|