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Author: Henry Bradshaw; Francis Jenkinson
Publisher: Cambridge, University Press, 1889.
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Bradshaw, Henry, 1831-1886.
Collected papers of Henry Bradshaw.
Cambridge, University Press, 1889
(OCoLC)610029095
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Henry Bradshaw; Francis Jenkinson
OCLC Number: 1689792
Notes: Preface signed: "F.J." [i.e. Francis John Henry Jenkinson].
Description: vii, 500 pages 14 plates (including facsimiles) 23 cm
Contents: 1. On the recovery of the long lost Waldensian manuscripts --
2. Two lists of books in the university library --
3. An early university statute concerning hostels --
4. On two hitherto unknown poems by John Barbour, author of the Brus --
5. A view of the state of the university in Queen Anne's reign --
6. On the earliest English engravings of the Indulgence known as the 'Image of Pity' (with 1 plate). Note on an English block-printed broadside --
7. The skeleton of Chaucer's Canterbury Tales --
8. The printer of the Historia S. Albani (with 1 plate) --
9. An inventory of the staff in the college chambers (King's College), 1598 --
10. The university library --
11. A classified index of the fifteenth century books in the De Meyer Collection sold at Ghent, November, 1869 --
12. On the engraved device used by Nicolaus Gotz of Sletzstat, the Cologne printer, in 1474 (with 2 plates) --
13. On two engravings on copper, by G.M., a wandering Flemish artist of the XV-XVIth century. Note on three engravings on copper, fastened into the Cambridge copy of the Utrecht Breviary of 1514 (with 3 plates) --
14. List of the founts of type and woodcut devices used by printers in Holland in the fifteenth century (with 3 plates) 15. On the oldest written remains of the Welsh language --
16. On the collection of portraits belonging to the university before the Civil War --
17. Notes on the Episcopal Visitation of the Archdeaconry of Ely in 1685 --
18. On the ABC as an authorized school-book in the sixteenth century --
19. Notice of a fragment of the Fifteen Oes and other prayers printed at Westminster by W. Caxton about 1490-91, preserved in the library of the Baptist College, Bristol --
20. Note upon the various spellings of the name of St. Erasmus in the Churchwardens' accounts of Trinity Church, Cambridge, during the years 1504-1530 --
21. Godfried van der Haghen (G.H.), the publisher of Tindale's own last edition of the New Testament in 1534-35 --
22. The president's address at the opening of the fifth annual meeting of the Library Association of the United Kingdom, Cambridge, Sept. 5, 1882. With an appendix: Some account of the organisation of the Cambridge University library; Note on local libraries considered as museums of local authorship and printing; A word on size-notation as distinguished from form-notation --
23. The early collection of canons commonly known as the Hibernensis: a letter addressed to Dr F.W.H. Wasserschleben, Privy Councillor, Professor of Law in the University of Giessen --
24. A half-century of notes on the day-book of John Dorne, bookseller in Oxford, A.D. 1520, as edited by F. Madan for the Oxford Historical Society --
Appendix: Containing an account of investigations among early Welsh, Breton, and Cornish manuscripts, 1872-77.
Responsibility: comprising 1. 'Memoranda'; 2. 'Communications' read before the Cambridge antiquarian society; together with an article contributed to the 'Bibliographer', and two papers not previously published. Ed. for the Syndics of the University press. With thirteen plates.

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