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Inscription by François Jacquet

‘Tempori cedere et Necessitati parere | Semper Sapientis est habitum.’ Six lines, beginning ‘La Vertu Reyne des Mortels’. ‘Symb. Iuvat amare Deum.’ Dated at Strasbourg. Addressed to Joanni Philippo Friderici (dative), presumably Johann Philipp Friedrich.

Notebook containing Greek vocabulary, phrases from Cicero's De Oratore, notes in Latin and English on religious subjects etc

Rough, 'pen-testing' marks on first pages, including the signatures of Adam Whitfield and Francis Gregory. List of Greek vocabulary with Latin translation. Phrases from Cicero's *De Oratore" with English translation. Notes on the Resurrection in Latin. Notes on the Crred and canonization in Latin. Latin verse couplets.

Notebook also used from other end in: Latin orations, on headed 'Ad doct. Stroud' [possible William Strode, Canon of Christ Church, Oxford); English sermon on a text from John's Gospel (notes in Latin interspersed).

Notebook with Latin notes, calendar for 1641-1642, phrases from Virgil and English notes for a sermon

Rough, 'pen-testing' marks on first pages, including the signatures of John Saunders, Francis Gregory ('Franciscus Gregory, huius libri possessor') and David Whitford; Latin note, scribbled out but probably a curse on thieves ('qui rapis... libellum' visible); Latin note on Psalm 109; Latin prose passage on the 'Academia', which may mention Christ Church, Oxford ('Aedes Christi'... 'Oxonium'); calendar for Mar 1641-Feb 1642 (few entries, but 24 Mar is marked 'electio'); Latin phrases from Virgil's Aeneid with English translation; numbered Latin quotations, many couplets, including from Juvenal; English notes on Psalm 118.2 [for a sermon?].
Notebook also used from other end inwards; pages much damaged by mould here but it is possible to see: rough pen scribbles, including 'Wheitford' [sic] and a monagram 'HB'; page beginning 'man that is borne of a wo[man...' Book of Job] then continuing with Latin notes on 'Philippus' [of Macedon?], Amphipolis and Thermopylae, etc; Latin prose notes, possibly on a religious subject; Latin verse; Latin notes about the angel Gabriel.

Copy of the court roll of the manor of Fulmodeston cum Croxton, Norfolk, recording the admission of John Backe to 1½ roods of land surrendered out of court by Thomas Umphery or Umphrey

Transcript

[In the margin:] Fulmodeston cum Croxton
Ad curiam
Baronis generalem cum Leta ibidem tentam die Sabbati scilicet vndecimo die Ianuarii Anno Regni domini nostri Caroli dei gratia Anglie Scotie Francie et Hibernie Regis fidei defensor etc: Decimo quinto Annoque domini 1639.

Et quod Thomas Vmphery natiuus tenens huius Manerij extra Curiam scilicet decimo Nono die Nouembris Anno domini Millesimo Sexcentensimo tricesimo octauo {1} secundum consuetudinem huius Manerij Sursum reddidit in manus dominorum istius Manerij per manus Thome Alford natiui tenentis dicti Manerij in presencia et testimonio Iacobi Ieruis et Iohannis Howman consimiliter natiuorum tenentium eiusdem Manerij vnam peciam terre continentem vnum† rodam iacentem in Clauso Iohannis Backe et abuttantem super terram dicti Thome Vmphery tam versus orientem quam uersus occidentem et iacet inter terram dicti Iohannis Backe tam versus boream quam versus austrum, Necnon vnam aliam peciam terre iacentem in alio Clauso dicti Iohannis Backe continentem per estimacionem dimidium vnius rode existentem inter parcellam vnius acre que fuit inclusa per dictum Thomam Vmphery et abuttat super terram dicti Iohannis Backe versus austrum Et super viam ducentem a Fulmodeston ad Croxton versus borream Ad opus et vsum Iohannis Backe et heredum suorum Superquo† ad hanc Curiam venit predictus Iohannes Backe et petit se ex gracia dominorum admitti tenens ad predicta premissa Quam quidem rodam inde vt parcella octodecem acrarum et trium rodarum terre natiue quondam Iohannis Bond quamque dimidiam rodam inde vt parcella vnius rode terre natiue interalia† predictus Thomas vmphrey simulcum Margareta vxor eius ceperunt ex sursum redditione Thome Vmphrey et Katherine vxoris eius ad Curiam baronis generalis cum Leta ibidem tentam die Marcurij† duodecimo die Octobris Anno Regni domini nostri Caroli nunc Regis Anglie etc’ septimo Millesimo Sexcentesimo tricesimo primo {2} prout in Rottulis eiusdem Curie patet Et admittitur dictus Iohannes Backe, Cui liberta est inde seisina per virgam Tenendum sibi et heredibus suis ad voluntatem dominorum secundum consuetudinem huius Manerij per redditus servicia et consuetudines inde prius debita et de Iure consueta Saluo Iure etc’ Et dand’ est de fine etc’:/ Et fecit proinde fidelitatem etc’:/

Examinatur per me Car: Turner [paraph] senescallum ibidem

[Endorsed:] Tho: vmphrey to Io Back of 1ac & 2 roods:/ And Io: Back to his wife for life of: 6ac 2r.

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The original capitalisation has been retained. Most abbreviations have been expanded. A few errors (‘Sexcem’mo’ for ‘Sexcenmo’, ‘dnorum’ for ‘d’norum’, and ‘Millimo’ for ‘Mill’imo’) have been silently corrected. Words written in a large hand in the original are in bold type.

{1} 19 Nov. 1638.

{2} 12 Oct. 1631.

† Sic.

Inscription by Andreas Rhost

‘Nihil homini Amico est oportuno [sic] amicius.’ (Plautus.) Six lines, beginning ‘Dieß bruder was Ich dier hier Freundlich im geschrieben’(?). ‘Symb. | Altissimus Refugium Meum. | A[…] Jesu Christ | Dennoch du Meine Zuflucht bist.’ Dated at Strasbourg.

Printer’s ornament or device

At the centre is an open book, with a dagger and a sceptre crossed on it, surrounded by the motto ‘Doctrina parit virtutem’. A similar ornament appears in A History of the Late Warres, by Count Galliazzo Gualdo Priorato (1648), p. 191.

History of Charles IX, Books I and II, by Antoine Varillas

This volume contains the text of the first two Books of Varillas’s Histoire de Charles IX. This work, which comprised ten Books in all, was first published in two volumes in 1683, though it had previously circulated in MS. On the spine is written ‘Charles. 9. Liure 1. et 2’.

Varillas, Antoine (1624–1696), French historian

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