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Inscription by Martin Geier

‘IsraëL saLVatUs est In DoMInô saLUte æternâ.’ (Isaiah, xlv. 17.) ‘Symb. Matts. V. | [Arabic words] | Mites Gaudebunt.’ (Matthew, v. 5.) Cf. E. Geissner, Disputatio de symbolis von Denck- oder Leibsprüchen [1674], sigs. B2v, B3v, C3r. Dated at Dresden. The chronogram indicates the year MDCLXVIII.

Inscription by Georg Möbius

‘Haud facile Capitur à diabalo [sic], qui bono vacat exercitio.’ (St Jerome.) Probably written at Leipzig. The writer’s title is ‘SS. Theol[ogiæ] Doct[or] et Prof[essor] Publ[icus] in Acad[emia] Lips[iensi] Canonicus Cizens[is]’. Addressed to [Balthasar Friedrich] Saltzmann, assessor of the faculty of philosophy in the University of Leipzig.

Inscriptions by (i) Johann Friedrich Mayer, 28 Apr. 1670, and (ii) Johann Müller, ‘Francof[urtensis]’

Two inscriptions on one sheet, (i) on the recto, (ii) on the quarto. (i) ‘Quamlibet horam puta esse ultimam.’ Motto (‘Symb.’) in Hebrew. Addressed to [Balthasar Friedrich] Saltzmann. Dated at Leipzig. (ii) ‘Inter brachia Salvatoris mei et vivere volo et mori cupio.’ ‘Symb: Iesu Meritum Mea Fiducia.’ Dated at Wittenberg.

Inscription by Bernhard Friedrich Zieritz

‘Non semper æstas erit; facite nidos!’ ‘Symb: Non est mortale quod opto, æterna de-sidero! | Hic vanitas, illic æternitas.’ ‘Quantò amarior Mundus, tantò dulcior JESUS. | Je bittrer Erd’ und Erdenlist, | Je süsser mihr mein JESUS ist!’ (2 Corinthians, vi. 10.) Dated at Giessen. Addressed to Balthasar Friedrich Saltzmann.

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