Versor, Johannes: Quaestiones super omnes libros novae logicae. Pt. II.

Add:  Quaestiones super tractatu De ente et essentia Thomae de Aquino.

Coloniae: Heinrich Quentell, 23 July 1497.
Fol. a-o6 p4 q-x6 y4 z6 aa-cc6 §6 [et]4 [rum]4. [166] leaves, the last blank.
Woodcut initials on g3v and on z2v; wanting the woodcut of ‘Versor cum discipulis suis’ (see Imperfections).
ISTC iv00248200; H 16033*; Rhodes(Oxford Colleges) 1800.

Shelf-mark: Sp Coll Veitch Eg7-b.6 (see main library entry for this item)
Provenance: M. A. (16th century): on cc6v are written the initials “M” and “A” flanking a notarial mark together with a deleted notarial mark.
John Veitch (1829-1894), Professor of Logic and Rhetoric, University of Glasgow: source unknown; number “132” written in blue pencil in top left corner of front pastedown (a numbering common to many books in the Veitch collection and probably an inventory number).
University of Glasgow: Veitch collection donation, 1895.
Binding: Scotland, 19th-century vellum-covered boards; title label missing from spine; sprinkled blue and red-edged leaves; binder’s stamp on front pastedown “Maclehose, Glasgow”. Size: 284 x 207 mm.
Leaf size: 277 x 200 mm.
Annotations: Occasional 16th-century marginal annotations in various hands, some in faded red ink, others in black ink; occasional underlining in both faded red and black ink; very occasional pointing hands and “nota” marks; marginal diagram on m3v; deleted inscription on m6r; topic headings supplied intermittently in top margin; possible 16th-century owners’ names (unread) on g3r and on v1r; pen-trials of letters of the alphabet on cc6v; mottoes in a 17th-century hand on a2r “In no[m]i[n]e tuo laxabo rete meu[m]” and “Spes mea Jhesus”; 19th-century number “272/4” in pencil on a2r (probably a binder’s job number).
Decoration: None.
Imperfections: Wanting a1 (title with woodcut) and the final three gatherings containing Quaestiones super tractatu De ente et essentia Thomae de Aquino.

Colophon and manuscript notes inVersoris, Johannes: Quaestiones super omnes libros novae logicae. Pt. II.