Carcano, Michael de: Sermonarium per quadragesimam de commendatione virtutum et reprobatione vitiorum.
Milan: Uldericus Scinzenzeler, for Raphael Peragallus, 11 July 1495.
4to. a-z8 [et]8 [con]8 [rum]8 A-F8 G4 H6.  leaves, the last, H6, blank.
ISTC ic00198000; Goff C198; BMC VI 770 (IA. 26758); GW 6128; CIBN C-109; BSB Ink C-144.
|Shelf-mark:||Sp Coll BD1-d.4 (see main library entry for this item)|
|Note:||H3.4 misbound between G2 and G3.|
|Provenance:||Bernardinus de Pezzis (fl. 1561): inscription on a1v “1561 d[omi]na Laura uxsor mea B[er]nardinus d[e] pezis mutavit vitam i[n] morte[m] die 15 [decem]bris” followed, in the same hand, by a page of annotations in Italian which include some financial content.
Pandino (Cremona, Lombardy), Confraternity S. Marta: inscription on recto of front flyleaf “adi i0 [novem]brio i597 hauto dalli disciplini di S. Marta de pandino il medina co[n] il libro della s[an]ta casa Gio: Gerson con il p[rese]nte sermonariu[m]”.
J. Samuel (fl. 1855-1866), bookseller, 41 Great Randolph Street, Camden, London (see William Henry Hodson, 'Hodson’s booksellers, publishers and stationers’ directory for London and country', London: 1855): sold book to William Euing.
William Euing (1788-1874), insurance broker, Glasgow: purchased from Samuel 1 May 1858 according to Euing’s pencil acquisition note on a1r “1 5 58 Samuel” together with his inventory number “No 260” and earlier inventory number “102”; source confirmed in Euing’s acquisitions inventory (MS Euing 49, item 260).
University of Glasgow: Euing bequest, 1874.
|Binding:||Scotland, 19th-century blind-tooled calf with bevelled edges; marbled endpapers; binder’s ticket “J. Carss & Co., Bookbinders, 31, Argyle Street, Glasgow” on verso of front free endpaper; early manuscript title “Sermonariū” on lower edge of text block; no evidence preserved of an earlier binding. Size: 207 x 147 mm.|
|Leaf size:||201 x 142 mm.|
|Annotations:||Occasional “nota” marks, underlining and manicules; monetary calculations in a 16th-century hand on recto of front flyleaf, together with financial entries in Italian in a later hand relating to Pandino; marginal annotations in an 18th-century hand on l2r, B8v, C1r; the same hand has supplied quotations from the Bible or liturgy on a1r “[Christus] lavit nos a peccatis nostris in sanguine suo ...”; bibliographical reference to P.A. Orlandi, 'Origine e progressi della stampa' (Bologna: 1722) on verso of front flyleaf. Also see provenance above.|
|Imperfections:||Wanting i8 and the blank leaf H6.|