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Finding Aid for the John Bellingham Inglis collection of manuscript transcripts of rare books and tracts, and Latin and Greek classics, 1780-1870
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Box 1

M. 1. Pope Pius 2 Epist. | Retractions - Pope Pius II (1458-1464 CE). 1464.

Scope and Content Note

  • Epistle to Mohemet II, pp. 1-25; 1463.
  • Retractions, pp. 25-225. 225 pp.
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M. 2. Chronicles - 1505.

Scope and Content Note

  • Martini Poloni, pp. 1-12. 1496.
  • Miroir historial, pp.13-20. 1517.
  • Die Cronycke van Hollandt, pp. 21-25. 1492.
  • Chronecken der Sassen, pp. 41-56. 1499.
  • Die Cronica van der hilliger Stat van Coellen, pp. 57-84. 1725.
  • Frans Halma, pp. 84-88. 1486.
  • Thomas Lirar Sawbia, pp. 89-108. 1450.
  • Matthei Palmeri: Florentini de Temporiubus, pp. 109-116. 1483.
  • Eusebius Caesariensis Chronicon, pp. 117-162.
  • Florentinus, Antonius. ca.1523.
  • Tractatus de Instructione, pp. 163-244. Fabyan, Robert. 1559.
  • The Chronicle of Fabian, pp. 245-288. 1475.
  • Rudimentum Novitiorum, pp. 289-304. 304 pp.

Note

Includes inserted page-cutting illustrations.
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M. 3. Miscellany - 1665.

Scope and Content Note

  • Edda Isladorum, pp. 1-32. Du Guez, (Giles). 1539.
  • An introductione for to lerne to rede, to pronounce and to speke, French trewly, pp. 33-62. Thomas Joseph Pettigrew. 1834.
  • Clinical lecture on a case of hydrophobia delivered at Charing Cross Hospital, pp. 63-78. Kynge, John. 1560.
  • The Proude Wyuse Pater Noster, pp. 79-110. 1524.
  • Tractatus lucidus, pp. 111-126. 1508.
  • Der Freidanck, pp. 127-134. 1693.
  • The genuine remains of Dr. Thomas Barlow, pp. 135-166. Capt. Basil Hall. 1828.
  • Travels in North America in the years 1827 and 1828, pp. 167- 169. Wilson, William Rae. 1828.
  • Travels in Russia, pp. 169-170. Irving, Washington. 1829.
  • A chronicle of the conquest of Granada, p. 172. Charlton, Edward. 1863.
  • Bishop Reginald Heber, Bishop of Calcutta, pp. 173-175. n.d.
  • Experimentum Crucis, p. 176. 176 pp.

Note

Has an inbound (holograph) letter on the pastedown end leaf, dated 1827 and a page-cutting insert (unattached).
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M. 4. Legends and Tracts | Grostete - Fremperger, Thomas. 1500.

Scope and Content Note

  • Historia translationatis tunica Jesu Christi, pp. 1-15. John of St. Wandalin. 1513.
  • A faithful, certain, and most true account of the monastery of the Blessed Virgin Mary, pp. 137. Gerberon, Gaberiel. 1677.
  • History of the Seamless Coat of our Lord Jesus Christ, pp. 38-55. 1731.
  • Ven. Agnetis Blannekin, vita et revelationes, pp. 56-75. 1607.
  • Die gulden Letanien, pp. 76-81. Esmer, Hieronymus. 1512.
  • Divi Bennonis, pp. 81-91. 1375. Manuscript copied by David Aubert for Madame Margueritte of York, pp. 92-123. Sternhold, Thomas. 1549.
  • Thirty-Seven Psalms, pp. 124-139. Margot, Clément. 1543.
  • Cinquante Pseaumes, pp. 140-171. Margot, Clément. 1536.
  • L’adolescence Clementine, pp. 172-187. 1535[?].
  • A prymer in Englyshe with certain prayers and godly meditations, pp. 188-215. Luther, Martin De Düdesche. 1531.
  • Catechismus, pp. 216-238. Grosseteste, Robert. n.d.
  • Hymn to the Virgin; Episcopus, pp. 239-274 . n.d.
  • Friday, p. 275. 275 pp.

Note

Includes decorated initials, inserted page-cuttings, and several hand-drawn facsimiles of original illustrations.
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M. 5. Hoarae | etc. - 1525.

Scope and Content Note

  • Horae heures a la Louange de vierge Marie selon l’usage de Rome, pp. 1-37. 1490.
  • Ces presente heures a l’usage de Rome ont este imprimees a Paris par Jehan du Pre demourant en la grande Rue Saint Jacques a l’enseigne des deux signes , pp. 38-41. 1534.
  • Horae Beatissme Virginis Mariae, pp. 42-76. 1727.
  • Magnum Bullarium Romanum, pp. 77-124. Sacranus, Joannes. 1505.
  • Errores Atrocissimorum, pp. 125-138. Pope Sixtus IV (1471-1484). 1482.
  • Papal Bull Extract, pp. 139-142. 1480.
  • Cunctorum Christ Ifidelium, pp. 143-156.
  • Offices, pp. 157-186. 186 pp.

Note

Includes decorated initials and several hand-drawn facsimiles of original illustrations.
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M. 6. Isidore | Herald | Theresa | Mamon | D. Barry | etc. - Isidore of Seville. 1544.

Scope and Content Note

  • Here be the gathered counsailes of Sainct Isodorie, pp. 1-16. Holme, Randle. 1688.
  • The Academy of Armory, or, a Storehouse of Armory and Blazon, pp. 17-30. Silvanus, Morgan. 1666.
  • Armilogia sive Ars Chromocritica, the language of Arms by the colours & metals, pp. 31-42. 1642.
  • The flaming heart or the life of the glorious St. Teresa, pp. 43-100. Maimonides,
  • Moses. 1481. De regimine sanitatis ad soldanum Babyloniae, pp. 101-126. Barry, D. 1820.
  • Journal of an expedition from Buenos Ayres to Chile, pp. 127-211. 216 pp.
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M. 7. Dares | etc. - Colonne, Guido delle. 1553.

Scope and Content Note

  • The faythfull and true storye of the destruction of Troye, pp. 1-66. 1530.
  • The table of Cebes the philosopher, pp. 67-93. Cicero, Marcus Tullius. 1550.
  • The booke of friendship, pp. 94-111. Vives, Johannes Ludovicus. 1544.
  • An introduction to wysedome, pp. 112-116. Xenophon. 1537.
  • Xenophon’s treatise of household, pp. 117-123. Plutarch. 1561.
  • Three Morall treatises; the learned prince; the fruytes of foes; the porte of rest, pp. 124-176. 176 pp.
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M. 8. Servetus - Servetus, (Michael). 1553.

Scope and Content Note

  • De trinitate erroribus libri septem; De justicia Regni Christi, capitula quattor; Christianismi restitution, pp. 1-206. 207. pp

Note

Includes annotations, a (holograph) letter flyleaf insert addressed to Inglis from William J. Preston, dated August 29, 1863, and a page-cutting illustration on the pastedown.
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M. 9. Longinus | Heliodorus | Horatius - Longinus, Dionysus Cassius. 1652.

Scope and Content Note

  • Of the height of eloquence, pp. 1-24; 1680.
  • A treatise of loftiness or elegance of speech, p. 25; 1712.
  • The works of Dionysus Longinus on the sublime…translated from the Greek, with some remarks on the English poets, pp. 26-66. Heliodorus. 1569[?].
  • An Aethiopian historie Englished, pp. 67-70; 1638.
  • The famous historie of Heliodorus, pp. 71-78; 1753.
  • The triumphs of love and constancy, pp. 79-84. Horatius Flaccus. 1640.
  • His art of poetry, Englished by Ben Jonson, pp. 85-100; 1652.
  • Horace, the best of lyrick poets, pp. 101-110; 1671.
  • The poems of Horace rendered in English verse by several persons, pp. 111-135; 1649.
  • The lyrick poet, odes and satyres translated out of Horace into English verse, by J[ohn] S[mith], pp. 136-152; 1566.
  • A medicinable morall, that is the two books of Horace his satyres Englyshed, pp. 153-196; 1567.
  • Horace his art of poetrie, epistles, and satyrs, Englished and to the Earl of Ormounte by T. Drant, pp. 197-215. 215 pp.
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M. 10. Demosth | Cebes | Epictetus | Diodorus - Demosthenes. 1570.

Scope and Content Note

  • The three orations in favour of the Olynthians with the fower orations against King Phillip, englished by Thomas Wylson, pp. 1-16; 1571.
  • Demosthenis Olythicae orations tres & Phillipicae quartuor; pp. 17-88. Epictetus. 1670.
  • The life of Epictetus with the embleme of human life by Cebes, rendered into English, by J. Davies , pp. 89-108; 1716.
  • Epicteti Enchiridion made English by Ellis Walker, pp. 109-144; 1567.
  • The manuell of Epictetus, pp. 145-162. 1702.
  • The emperor M. Antoninus his conversation with Himself, pp. 163-168.
  • Diodorus, Siculus. 1569. A right noble history of the successors of Alexander taken out of Diodorus Siculus, pp. 169-184. Epictetus. 1721.
  • Epictetus, his morals with Simplicius his comment, pp. 185-232. 232 pp.
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M. 11. Gosson | G. Leslie | Huarte - Gosson, Stephen. 1579.

Scope and Content Note

  • The ephemerides of Phialo, pp. 1-48; Leslie, George. n.d.
  • Archangel, pp. 49-94. Huarte Navarro, Juan de Dios. 1698.
  • Examen de Inquenios, or the tryal of wits…made English by Mr. Bellamy, pp. 95-142. 142 pp.

Note

Includes decorated initials.
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M. 12. Seneca | Solinus | Xenophon | Aesop - Seneca. 1581.

Scope and Content Note

  • Lucius Annaeus [tragedies] Seneca his tenne tragedies translated into English by J. Heywood and others, pp. 1-80 . Solinus, Gaius Julius. 1587.
  • The excellent and pleasant worke of J. Solinus, pp. . Xenophon. 1794.
  • The defense of Athenian democracy, pp. 81-160. Aesop. n.d.
  • The fables of Esop in English with all his lyfe & fortune etc., pp. 161-176; 1651.
  • Aesop’s fables with their morals, in prose and verse grammatically translated…, pp. 177-186; 1761.
  • Selected fables of Esop and other fabulists in three books ancient, modern, and original, pp. 187-210; 1747.
  • Fables of Aesop and others, pp. 211-240. 240 pp.

Note

Includes a printed note on the pastedown.
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M. 13. Translat s. | various - Herodotus. 1584.

Scope and Content Note

  • The famous history of Herodotus, pp. 1-30. Manilius, Marcus. 1697.
  • The five books of Marcus Manilius…, pp. 31-73. Gratius, Falicius. 1654.
  • Cyneqeticon, or a poem of hunting by Gratius the Faliscian Englished and illustrated by Christopher Wase, pp. 74-128. Lucanus, Marcus Anneaeus. 1627.
  • The civil wars between Caesar and Pompey, the whole ten books Englished by Thomas Hay, pp. 129-168. Herodian. 1652.
  • Herodian of Alexandria his imperial history of twenty Roman Caesars and Emperors of his time, pp. 169-178; 1550[?].
  • The history of Herodian, pp. 179-184; 1629.
  • Herodian of Alexandria his history, pp. 185-196; Florus, Lucius Julius. 1621[?].
  • The Roman Histories, pp. 197-211; 1658.
  • The Roman histories of Lucius Julius florus, pp. 212-232. 232 pp.

Note

Includes inserted page-cuttings for illustrations.
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M. 14. Translations | Ovid | Caesar - Ovidius Naso, Publius. 1639.

Scope and Content Note

  • De tristibus, or mournefull elegies, pp. 1-16. Caesar, Gaius Julius. 1564.
  • The eyght books of Gaius Julius Caesar conteyning his martiall exploytes in the Realme of Galliai, pp. 17-24. Ovidius Naso, Publius. 1587.
  • The XV bookes of Publius Ovidius, entituled Metamorphosis, pp. 25-72. Plinius, Gaius Secundus. 1587.
  • The secrets and wonders of the World, pp. 73-78. Ovidius Naso, Publius. n.d.
  • Ovid’s elegies, three bookes by Christopher Marlowe and Epigrams by Sir John Davies, pp. 79-94; 1577.
  • Ovid, his invective against Ibis, pp. 95-110; 1600.
  • The heroycall epistles, in English verse, pp. 111-134; 1628.
  • Ovid’s metamorphosis Englished by George Sandys, pp. 135-147; 1639.
  • Ovid’s heroicall epistles, Englished by Wye Saltonstall, pp. 148-162; 1630.
  • Ovid’s heroical epistles, Englished by John Sherburne, pp. 163-182;1672.
  • Ovid’s Tristia containing five books of mournfull Elegies, pp. 183-188; 1640.
  • Ovid de Ponto containing foure bookes of elegies; pp. 188-197. Chapman, George. 1595.
  • Ovid’s banquet of sence with a coronet for his mistresse Philosophy, pp. 198-252. Ovidius Naso, Publius. 1655.
  • Phaeton’s folly; or the downfall of pride being a translation of the second book of Ovid’s Metamorphosis’ paraphrasatically and grammatically translated , pp. 253-260; 1712.
  • Ovid de art armandi and the remedy of love, pp. 261-280; 1680.
  • Ovid Travestie, a burlesque upon several of Ovid’s epistles by Alexander Radcliff, pp. 281-284; 1639.
  • Ovid’s Festivalls, or Romance Calendar translated into English verse equinumerally by John Gower, Master of Arts, pp. 285-290. Gower, John. n.d.
  • The life and works of Ovid, pp. 291-316. 316 pp.
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M. 15. D’Argens | Translans | Chienai | Robert of Flanders | Ocellus - Boyer, Jean Baptiste de. 1736.

Scope and Content Note

  • Memoires de Monsieur le Marquis D’Argens, pp. 1-16. Ocellus, Lucanus. 1768.
  • De la Natura de l’Univers, pp. 17-80. Phalaris. 1634.
  • The epistles of Phalaris, pp. 81-96. Plutarch. 1535.
  • The education or bringing up of children, pp. 97-111. Cicero, Marcus Tullius. 1535[?].
  • Tullius de Senectute, pp. 107-112. Plutarch. 1533.
  • Howe one may take profit of his enemies, p. 113. Epictetus. 1610.
  • Epictetus his manuell and Cebes his table, pp. 114-128. Leonardus, of Chios. 1544.
  • Historia captae, pp. 129-155. Manucho, Roberto. 1470.
  • Historia de Itinere contra Tureos, pp. 156-176.

Note

Includes annotations, a (holograph) letter flyleaf insert, and a page-cutting illustration on the pastedown.
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M. 16. Phaedrus | Justin | Penseus | V. Patels | Seneca | Aesop | Bulloker - Phaedrus. 1776.

Scope and Content Note

  • Fables, a poetical translation, pp. 1-36. Trogus, Pompeius. 1570.
  • The abridgment of the histories collected by Justine and translated into English by Arthur Goldinge, pp. 37-56. Persius Flaccus, Aulus. 1617.
  • His satires translated into English [verse] by Barton Holyday, Master of Arts, pp. 57-70; 1673. His satyres…, pp. 71-104. Paterculus, Velleius. 1632.
  • His Romane historie, in two bookes, pp. 105-117; 1722.
  • The Roman history of C. Velleius Paterculus, pp. 118-144. Seneca, Lucius Annaeus. 1635.
  • His booke of consolation to Marcia, translated into an English poem, pp. 145-153; 1636.
  • Seneca the philosopher his book of the shortness of life translated into an English poem, pp. 154-159; 1614.
  • The workes both morall and natural of Lucius Annaeus Seneca translated by T. Lodge, D. of Phis, pp. 160-188. Aesop. 1585.
  • Aesop’s fables in trú ortŏgraphy with grammar notes, pp. 189-231. 231 pp.
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M. 17. Translations.V - 1628.

Scope and Content Note

  • Claudian, pp. 1-11. Apuleius, Lucius. 1639.
  • The XI books of the Golden Asse, containing the metamorphosis of Lucius Apuleius, pp. 12-24. Appian, of Alexandria. 1578.
  • An auncient historie and exquisite chronicle of the Romanes warres, both civil & foren, pp. 25-38. Boethius, Ancicus. 1593.
  • Boetius de Consolationae [sic] Philosophiae, pp. 39-53. Cicero, Marcus Tullius. 1575.
  • Principia Latine loquendi scribendiq sive selecta quaedam of Ciceronis Epistolis, pp. 54-75; 1535[?].
  • Tully’s Offices, pp. 76-94. 1699.
  • The tablet of Cebes the Theban philosopher, or a true emblem of human life, pp. 95-116. Cicero, Marcus Tullius. 1561.
  • Those five questions which marke Tullye, Cicero disputed in his manor of Tusculanum, pp. 117-164. Curtius, Quintus Rufus. 1553.
  • The historie of Quintus Curtius, pp. 165-176. Cope, Anthony. 1568.
  • The historie of the two most noble captains of the world Annibal and Scipio, pp. 177-196. Cicero, Marcus Tullius. 1627.
  • Scipio’s dream, or the statesman’s extasy, pp. 197-209; 1540.
  • The thre books of Tullius office bothe in latyn tongue and englysh, late translated & diligently corrected by Robert Whytynton laureate poete , pp. 210-216. 1534.
  • The thre books of Tullius office, p. 217; 1558.
  • Marcus Tullius Cicero’s thre bookes of duties to Marcus his sonne turned out of Latine into English by Nicholas Grimalde, pp. 218-244. Fleming, Abraham. 1576.
  • Aetianus Cladius, a registre of histories containing martiall exploits of warriours, pp. 245-269; 1589.
  • The bucoliks of Publius Virgilius Marco, pp. 270-290; 1576.
  • A panopile of epistles, pp. 291-308. Antoninus, Marcus Aurelius. 1701.
  • The emperor Marcus Antoninus, his conversations with himself, pp. 309-360; 1826.
  • The meditations of the emperor Marcus Aurelius Antoninus translated from the Greek with life, notes, etc. by the late Rev. R. Graves , pp. 360-435. 436 pp.
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M. 18. Aeschylus | Phenion - Aeschylus. n.d.

Scope and Content Note

  • Agamemnon, pp. 1-48. Potter, Robert. 1819.
  • The tragedies of Aeschylus translated [into English verse, with notes] by R. Potter, pp. 49-194. Pseudo Phemonis. 1535.
  • Kynosophion ac opsuculum Phemonis de cura et conservation Canum…, pp. 195-216. 216 pp.

Note

Includes a (holograph) letter as a flyleaf insert addressed to Inglis from Laura M. Sheridan.
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M. 19. Purchas | Fowler | Bunyan | Menzies | Pasioral Epis. | Cochlaus | Miller, etc. | Keith - Extracts, Chaucer, Mapes, Flemming, pp. 1-2. Purchas, Samuel. 1627.

Scope and Content Note

  • Microcosmus, purchase his pilgrim, or the history of man relating the wonders of his generation, pp. 3-22. Fowler, Edward. 1672.
  • Dirt wipt off, or, a manifest discovery of the gross ignorance of one John Bunyan, pp. 23-46. 1813.
  • Agreement between the Catholic and Protestant Churches, p. 47-48. Sphinx periodical. Menzies, John. 1668.
  • Papismus Lucifugus, or a faithfull copie of the papers exchanged betwixt Mr. J. Menzies, professor of Divinity…and Mr. F. Dempster, Jesuit , pp. 49-85. Pope Gregory XVI (1831-1846 CE). 1836.
  • A Pastoral Epistle, pp. 86-140. Dobneck (Johann) Cochlaeus. 1565.
  • Historia de actis et scriptis Martini Lutheri, pp. 143-210. Miller, George. 1830.
  • Lectures on the philosophy of modern history, pp. 211-226. Edinburgh Review, Jan. 1830. Keith, Alexander. 1833.
  • The signs of the times as denoted by fulfillment of historical predictions, p. 227; 1832.
  • Evidence of the truth of the Christian religion derived from the literal fulfillment of prophecy, pp. 227-256. 258 pp.

Note

Includes decorated initials and page-cuttings for notes and illustrations on the pastedowns.
 

M. 20. [Missing item]

Note

Note: [Collection originally listed in the sales records as consisting of 20 vols. Volume "M. 20" is currently missing, and the loss is unaccounted for in the collection history.]
Box 1, Folder 1

Bibliographic note cards. undated.

Scope and Content Note

Additional notes and bibliographic information pertaining to the individual volumes. Included is a clipping of the sales catalog entry for the collection.
Box 1, Folder 2

Inventory. 1969.

Physical Description: Unpublished (typescript).

Scope and Content Note

John C. Fennelly. 1969. An Inventory of the Works Contained in the Unpublished Manuscript Volumes of John Bellingham Inglis.