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Printer’s device [Hanover?]

A caduceus held by two hands, below a flying horse, with two horns of plenty in front; the whole within an elaborate frame incorporating various figures. Cf. the other item on this page.

Frontispiece of The Christian Sacrifice, by Simon Patrick

The illustration depicts a man kneeling before an altar, with a book in his hand, flanked by two angels holding candles. Subscribed ‘Hic verus est cultus, in quo mens colentis, seipsam Deo immaculatam victimam sistit’ (Lactantius). It is unclear which edition this is from. Cf. f. 87r.

Printer’s device

A serpent, in a frame, flanked by cherubs, maps and globes, etc. Designed and engraved by François Chauveau.

Printer’s device

A serpent, in a cartouche, flanked by two female figures, one holding a shield and spear, the other a mirror.

Printer’s device of F. M.

The visit of the Magi, within an strapwork cartouche. At the foot is a printer’s mark containing the initials ‘F. M.’

Printer’s device of a member of the Cloquemin family (Lyon)

A head breathing on two hands holding a heart, within two mottos: ‘Verbis initur, manibus contrahitur, corde conservatur societas’ and ‘Concordia res parvæ crescunt, discordia maximæ dilabuntur’; the whole within an elaborate frame.

Printer’s device (Hanover)

A caduceus held by two hands, below a flying horse, with two horns of plenty in front; the whole within an elaborate frame incorporating figures labelled ‘Fides’, ‘Spes’, ‘Prudentia’, ‘Fortitudo’, ‘Charitas’, ‘Patientia’, ‘Justitia’, and ‘Temperantia’. The design incorporates printer’s marks containing the initials ‘CDAS’.

Inscription by Andreas Jeger

‘In hoc Unusquisque nostrum | Viret ut arescat | Adolescit ut senescat | Ascendit ut descendat | Vivit ut moriatur.’ (‘Guido Bituricensis’ (Guy de Fontenay?).) The year has been struck through.

William Whewell papers: Cordelia Whewell autograph collection, M-Z

The second of two boxes of an autograph collection begun by Cordelia Whewell, and continued after her death, possibly by Lady Affleck, and William Whewell's executors.. The collection is described in the record for the first box, Add.MS.c.65. In this box, items 78 and 81 were found to be missing when the collection was re-catalogued in Nov. 1971.

Whewell, Cordelia (1803-1855) wife of William Whewell

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