Commonplace book with many extracts from sixteenth century Latin authors, compiled ca. 1600.

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Commonplace book with many extracts from sixteenth century Latin authors, compiled ca. 1600.

Part I includes extracts from or notes on: Petrarch's Remediis utriusque fortunae; Justus Lipsius' letter to Abraham Ortelius, his Amphitheatrum and Epistolica institutio; Lodowick Lloyd's The tragicocomedie of serpents, 1607; speeches of Cooke, 1582, [Simon] Tripp, Thomas Doch -- possibly the Thomas Dochen of Magdalen College Oxford (on the death of Robert Onslow), Tobie Matthew (on the visit of Robert Dudley to Oxford, September 5, 1570), Elizabeth (at Oxford, 1566, and Cambridge), and Campion (before Elizabeth at Oxford, 1566 and his sermon on the death of Sir Thomas White, 1567). Also a poem on the seven liberal arts. Part I headings are letters of the alphabet. Part II includes notes on: Brentius, Marc Antoine Muret's Orationes and Epistolae, Aulus Gellius' Noctes Atticae, and a letter to Queen Elizabeth. Also a poem. Part II does not include headings.

1 v. ; 19 x 14 cm.

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