Guilelmus de Lanicia: Diaeta salutis.
Add: Johannes de Caulibus, Devota contemplatio, seu meditatio de nativitate domini. [Pseudo-] Bonaventura, De resurrectione a peccato ad gratiam.
Paris: Pierre Le Dru, 30 June 1498.
8vo. a-t8.  leaves.
ISTC ib00881000; GW 4731; Goff B881; Polain(B) 769 (“Pierre Le Dru”) & Polain(B) 770 (“Pierre Le Dru pour Denis Roce”); CIBN B-656.
Note: Traditionally attributed to S. Bonaventura, the Diaeta salutis is by Guilelmus de Lanicia or Lavicea, and the Devota contemplatio by Johannes de Caulibus – see ISTC.
|Shelf-mark:||Sp Coll BE6-h.13 (see main library entry for this item)|
|Variants:||b1r, line 1: “ ... gaudētibus ...” as in Polain(B) 769, not “ ... gaudentibus ...” as in Polain(B) 770; t2v, line 2: “Bonauentura ...” as in Polain(B) 769, not “Bonauenture ...” as in Polain(B) 770.|
|Note:||Two leaves, A2 (Fo.ii.) and A8 (Fo.viii.), from the Library’s copy of Guido de Monte Rochen, Manipulus curatorum, Rouen: Martin Morin, for Jean Richard, 16 Sept. 1496. (G55), have been misbound - at least from the 19th century - between leaves a3 and a4 of this work.|
|Bound with:||The first of two incunabula bound together. Bound with: Henricus de Balma, Stimulus amoris. Paris: Georg Mittelhus, 4 Apr. 1493 (H3).|
|Provenance:||Joannes Leddippe (16th century) - possible owner: inscriptions on A1r of second item in volume “Codex Joannis Leddippe” and “Liber Joannis Leddippe & amicorum”.
University of Glasgow: source unknown; shelfmark “I. f5. n.” (lightly scored through) on a3r matching entry “Stimulus Divini amoris per Bonaventuram in 8vo Edit: Paris: 1493 [sic]. Mancus” in Catalogus librorum Bibliothecae Universitatis Glasguensis anno 1691 (University of Glasgow Library, MS Gen. 1313); a later University Library shelfmark “CL f5 [rest of shelfmark cropped]” on a3r; not recorded in A. Arthur, Catalogus impressorum librorum in Bibliotheca Universitatis Glasguensis (Glasguae: 1791).
|Binding:||Scotland, 19th-century calf, bevelled edges (probably by Carss & Co., Glasgow); marbled endpapers; red-edged leaves. Size: 140 x 95 mm.|
|Leaf size:||135 x 89 mm.|
|Annotations:||Very occasional marginal annotations in a 16th-century hand; number “24/390” in pencil in a 19th-century hand on rear flyleaf (probably a binder’s job number).|
|Imperfections:||Wanting a1-2, t8.|