Mamoris, Petrus: Flagellum maleficorum.
Add: Henricus de Gorichen: Tractatus de superstitiosis quibusdam casibus.
[Lyons: Nicolaus Philippi? ca. 1488]
4to. a-f8.  leaves.
a1 (title-page) not signed, a2 signed “a.i.”, a3 signed “a ij.”; b1 signed “b. i”, b2 unsigned, b3 signed “b ij” (and quires c-f similarly signed).
ISTC im00103570; GW M20183; C 3786; Jammes M-3; IBE 3734.
Note: IBE has imprint: [Lugduni: Nicolaus Philippi (Pistoris) et Marcus Reinhardi, ca. 1480-82].
In Jammes' transcription of a2r, line 2, read “m” for each terminal “s” and likewise the terminal “s” of the first word “petrus” in line 3.
|Shelf-mark:||Sp Coll Ferguson Am-z.40 (see main library entry for this item)|
|Variant:||a2r, line 3: “... mamoꝛis natione lemouicenſis ...”, not as in Copinger “... mamoris lemouiciensis ...”|
|Provenance:||Jacobus Rozellus/Jacques Rozelli (late 16th century), senator of Nîmes: inscription on a1r (title-page) “Ex libris Jacobi Rozelli senatoris Nemaus.”
Hugh Welch Diamond (1809-1886), psychiatrist and photographer: signature in ink on first front flyleaf “Hugh W. Diamond”.
John Ferguson (1837-1916), Professor of Chemistry, University of Glasgow: Ferguson’s pencil acquisition note on verso of front free endpaper “J.F. Feb. 13 1880”; source unknown.
University of Glasgow: Ferguson collection purchase, 1921.
|Binding:||19th-century, half mottled brown calf, marbled sides; brown endpapers; sprinkled brown-edged leaves. Size: 191 x 139 mm.|
|Leaf size:||184 x 134 mm.|
|Annotations:||Occasional 16th-century marginal annotations, mainly extracting keywords; occasional underlining and nota marks; “51/266” and “Flagellum 51” in pencil in a 19th-century hand on verso of front endpaper; 19th-century price code “x-dm-y” in pencil on rear flyleaf; 19th-century pencil annotations on rear free endpaper including the number “127”, a price code “be/”, “Witches” and “a remarkable and rare book on Witchcraft”.|