Innocentius VIII, Pont. Max.: Regulae cancellariae apostolicae.
Lectae 4 Aug. 1491. With commentary by Alphonsus de Soto.
[Strassburg: Johann Prüss?, ca. 1492]
4to. A-D6 E4 F-G6 H8 I6 k6.  leaves (k5-6 blank).
ISTC ii00153000; GW M12443; Goff I153; BMC I 126 (IA. 1737); Bod-inc I-018; BSB-Ink I-209
Note: Assigned to Prüss and dated c.1492 in BSB-Ink; c.1495 by Sack(Freiburg); and c.1500 by GW (Manuscript).
|Shelf-mark:||Sp Coll Mu14-f.20 (see main library entry for this item)|
|Bound with:||The second of two items bound together. Bound after: Formulare advocatorum et procuratorum Rome Curie. Hagenau: Henricus Gran, 1505.|
|Provenance:||Joannes Beyer (fl. 1585), of Budin: ‘Ex Libris Joannis Beyerj Budine dono dedit Joan. Schenck cognat[us] meus Francfurti ad Moenu[m] 2o Junij A[nn]o 85’ on the title-page of first item in the volume.
Joannes Schenck (fl. 1585), of Frankfurt am Main: see above.
Ludovicus Scholl (16th century): inscription ‘Ludovic[us] Scholl’ and motto ‘Ps[almus] Veritas de terra Justitia de celo 84’ on the title-page of the first item in the volume.
David Constable (fl. 1817), advocate: ‘David Constable 1817’ on front pastedown; lot 757 in 'Catalogue of the library of David Constable, Esq. Advocate ... which will be sold by auction, by D. Speare ... on ... Nov. 19  ...' Edinburgh: 1828; sold to Clarke for £0.4.6 according to annotated copies of the sale catalogue in Glasgow University Library.
Clarke (fl. 1828): see above.
David Murray (1842-1928), Glasgow lawyer, antiquary and bibliographer: bookplate; source unknown.
Murray library donation, 1927.
|Binding:||Germany, 16th-century wooden boards backed with pigskin, the latter decorated with fillets and a floral roll; evidence of a single clasp, now lost; tab on A1; 19th-century circular paper label at foot of spine with number "839" written in ink. Size: 215 × 148 mm.|
|Leaf size:||204 × 145 mm.|
|Annotations:||Very occasional 16th-century marginal annotations, underlining and manicules. On the final three blank pages of the first item (and continuing onto an inserted leaf) is a listing of feast days throughout the year headed "festa palatij" written in a 16th-century hand.|