Alliaco, Petrus de: Questiones super libros Sententiarum Petri Lombardi.
Add: Recommendatio S. Scripturae; Questio in suis vesperiis; Questio de resumpta; Recommendatio doctrinae evangelicae.
[Brussels: Fratres Vitae Communis, between 9 June 1481 and 1484]
Fol. a-z8 [et]8 [con]8 est10 A-I8 K6 L4.  leaves (1, 266, and 292 blank).
ISTC ia00480500; Polain(B) 141; Bod-inc A-207.
|Shelf-mark:||Sp Coll Bm1-e.10 (see main library entry for this item)|
|Variant:||K6r, line 35: “non aſſertiue.” not as Polain “non asseritur.”.|
|Provenance:||St Andrews, Franciscans: inscription on a2r “Pro co[n]uentu fr[atru]m mi[n]orum s[an]c[t]i andree” - the last word scored out and replaced by “joh[ann]is”.
Thomas Greg or Greig (fl. early 16th century), perhaps Thomas Greg, canon of Dunkeld and prebendary of Alyth: inscriptions on a2r “Thomas Grege Greg” and on n3r “Thomas Grege”; see Durkan & Ross, p. 108 “Canon of Dunkeld and prebendary of Alyth. About 60 in 1517. Another Thomas Greg was at St. Andrews in 1514”.
Charles Lumisden (1560?-1630), minister of Duddingston (1611-1630): inscription on a2r “Carolus Lumisden. 13. FebruarI. 1607”.
John Maxwell (1586?-1647), bishop of Ross and archbishop of Tuam: inscription on a2r “Carolus Lumisden Joanni Mackuswellio fratri & sumystae in Christo chariss. D.D. 2. VIIbris 1625”.
University of Glasgow: lightly scored through shelfmark “H. f.4 n.1” on a2r matching entry in 'Catalogus librorum Bibliothecae Universitatis Glasguensis anno 1691' (University of Glasgow Library, MS Gen. 1313); shelfmark “BN.4.1” on University Library bookplate matching entry in A. Arthur, 'Catalogus impressorum librorum in Bibliotheca Universitatis Glasguensis', (Glasguae: 1791).
|Binding:||Scotland, 20th-century blue cloth with oval gilt stamp of Glasgow College Library at foot of spine; rebound and given new endpapers, June 1949 (previous binding unrecorded and earlier endpapers not preserved); earlier sprinkled red-edging retained. Size: 279 x 213 mm.|
|Leaf size:||273 x 202 mm.|
|Annotations:||Frequent marginal annotations and occasional pointing hands in a 16th-century hand; several quotations or mottoes in a 17th-century hand, including on a2r “In my Defence god me Defend”, on d5r “In tyme of welth think on distress hie [th]at [th]is wrett god send him grace”, on ſ4r “Qui cito donauit munera bina dedit”, “Dico tibi v[er]um libertas optima reru[m] nunq[uam] seruilj sub nexu viuito fili”, “Constans aut lenis sicut res postulat esto temporibus mores sapiens sine crimine mutat”, and on v1r “Tempora mutant[ur] et nos mutamur i[n] illis. Si Chrystum scire vis satis est si cętera nescis”; 16th/17th-century shelfmark “d3” on a2r; pencil numbers “24/49” on a2r and “94/4” on L3v are probably binders’ job numbers.|
|Imperfections:||Leaf o3 torn out (stub showing); wanting the blank leaves a1, G8 (stub remaining) and L4.|