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R1       Rabanus Maurus [Hrabanus Magnentius], Archbishop of Mainz. [Bible Commentary. Genesis to Exodus.] Commentaria, antehac nunquam typis excusa, in Genesim libri IIII. Exodum libri IIII.

Coloniae: Iohannes Prael excudebat, 1532 (March). 8o. Pp. 765. A8, a–z, aa–zz, aaa–bbb8. Not in Adams. VD16 B 2988, USTC 689758, BMGB93, CLC H1074 (only copy), Sal. Cat. 217, BiCI 1, Perne 1149–50, Bancroft, 25v.

C.5.1

An octavo containing one item (1532) in contemporary calf over pasteboard, blind-tooled with Oldham roll HM.d(4) 808, surrounding a plain rectangular frame, with fillets at the outer edges. Early fore-edge title and press mark (A8). No paste-downs extant. Geste’s MS annotations in the form of marginal lines in Genesis lib. I. 11 and III. 3 (pp. 53f. 57, 69, 73, 76f., 79 and 207).

R2       Rabanus Maurus [Hrabanus Magnentius], Archbishop of Mainz. [Bible Commentary. Numbers to Deuteronomy.] Commentaria, antehac nunquam typis excusa in Numeros Lib. IIII. Deuteronomium lib. IIII.

Coloniae: Iohannes Praël excudebat, 1532. 8o. Pp. 693 + 1. A–Z, Aa–Xx8. Not in Adams. VD16 B 3022, USTC 689757, CLC H1075, Sal. Cat. 217.

C.5.2

An octavo containing one item (1532) in contemporary calf over pasteboard, blind-tooled with Oldham roll HM.d(4) 808 surrounding a plain rectangular frame defined by fillets, with fillets extending to the outer edges. Early fore-edge title and press mark (B27). No paste-downs extant. No MS annotations.

Rabanus Maurus. De virtutibus, vitijs ac ceremonijs eiusdem antiquae Ecclesiae (1560). See Charlemagne. C57 M.2.21(a).

R3       Rabus, Ludovicus. Tomus I. De S. Dei confessoribus veterisque ecclesiae martyribus.

Argentinae: in officina haeredum Balthasaris Beck, 1552. 8o. Ff. 258 + Catalogus. [π]8, <right-paren><left-paren>8, A–Z, a–k8 (k8 blank). Not in Adams and no copy of a Latin ed. in BMGB. VD16 ZV 12903, USTC 698688, CLC R11 (only copy), Sal. Cat. 217.

B.6.10

An octavo now containing one item (1552) but originally two (1552, 1554), in a later rebinding with edges trimmed and margins cut down. Faint fore-edge titles indicating that this was originally bound with F32 B.6.11 which retains the original press mark [upside down], now very faint (possibly ?S5) at top edge. No paste-downs extant. No MS annotations.

Formerly bound with:

Foxe, J. Commentarii rerum in ecclesia gestarum (1554). F32 B.6.11.

R4       Rabus, Ludovicus (ed.). Conciliationes locorum S. Scripturae in specie pugnantium. Ex libris D. Aurelii Augustini ... per D. Ludovicus Rabus ... conscriptae & editae. Tomus primus [– secundus].

Noribergae: [col. apud Ioannem Montanu[m], & Ulricum Neuberum], LXI [i.e. 1561]. 8o. 2 pts. Pt 1: ff. 264 + index. α–β8, A4 B–Z, a–n8; pt 2: ff. 322 + index. A8, a–z, aa–uu8 xx4 (xx4 blank). VD16 A 4171, USTC 622950, Adams A2175, CLC A1370 (only copy), Sal. Cat. 217, BiCI 3, Perne 1405-06 [‘conciliationes locorum’].

D.6.11

An octavo containing one item (1561) in contemporary calf over pasteboard, blind-tooled with a blank cartouche (tool CT b) on otherwise plain covers, with fillets at the outer edges. Early fore-edge titles and press mark (G7). No paste-downs extant. Margins much cropped. Some leaves unopened. No MS annotations in either part.

R5       Radulphus, Ardens. [Bible. Homilies on the Liturgical Epistles and Gospels.] In Epistolas & Euangelia Dominicalia, homiliae.

Parisiis: apud Claudium Fremy, 1564. 2 pts. 8o. Ff. 268 + 167. [π]4, A–Z, AA–KK8 LL4, a–x8 (x8 blank). Not in Adams. FB 84226, USTC 153547, BMFB 371, CLC R25 (only copy), Sal. Cat. 217.

D.4.1

An octavo containing one item (1564) in contemporary calf over pasteboard, blind-tooled with a blank cartouche [CT b tool] on otherwise plain covers, with fillets at the outer edges. Early fore-edge titles and press mark (S42). No paste-downs extant. Geste’s MS annotations in the form of marginal lines in pt I homilies for Advent (fos. 1–4), Epiphany 1 (63), II (73v), Septuagesima (91v–94v), Quadragesima 4 (134v–139), 5 (151v–154), In coena Domini (fos. 161–166), In die sancto Paschae (174v–177, including a note on baptism at fo. 176v), Easter 1 (190v–194v), 2 (195v–198), 5 (220v), and in pt 2, Trinity (fos. 4v–5), 1 (16–20), 2 (23v–25v), 5 (42–44), 7 (57–60), 12 (89–90), 13 (98–99), 17 (122–24), 18 (128, 129v), 19 (139v–141v), 20 (144v–147), 21 (151v–152v), 22 (157).

Raphelengius, Stanislaus. De ecclesia (1562). See Menzel, Hieronymus. M68 L.6.25.

R6       Rastell, John, S.J. A Replie against an answer (falslie intitled) in Defence of the truth. [In reply to Jewel’s An apologie of priuate masse, spred a broade in writing, against the offer madein certayne sermons by the bisshop of Salsburie [John Jewel] (1562, STC 14615–16) which includes the text of the Answer by Bishop Thomas Cooper].

Imprinted at Antwerp: by Aegidius Diest, 1565 (X. Martij). 8o. Ff. 205 + table. <pilcrow>86 A–Z, Aa–Bb8 Cc4. ESTC S121762, NB 26282, USTC 411309, STC 20728, ESTC 006193129, CLC R106, Sal. Cat. 217, 34v.

O.2.41

An octavo containing one item (1565), wrapped in a sewn-in paper leaf, the verso of which consists of MS written in English in Geste’s hand, apparently relating to a translation of the Psalms, detailing changes to the text [PDN 246]. Early fore-edge title and press mark (F76). Geste’s MS annotations in the text in the form of marginal lines on the issue of a priest’s private mass and the communion of the laity, on most leaves between 83v to 97r, 103v to 109r, 112v–115, 116v–118v.

R7       Rastell, John, S. J. [The third book, declaring by examples out of auncient councels, Fathers and later writers, that it is time to beware of M. Jewel.] Lacks tp with imprint. Title from STC. With an imprimatur from Louvain dated, 3 Nouemb. 1566, on <*>3. [Continuation of STC 20729, A treatise intitled, Beware of M. Jewel (1566), a copy of which at Salisbury may have belonged to Geste, see Appendix I, *R1 at O.2.37].

[Antuerpiae: ex officina Ioannis Fouleri, 1566.] [Lacks original imprint, a copy of which has been inserted.] 8o. Ff. 239. a8 (lacking tp a1] <*>4 B–Z, AA–HH8 (HH8 blank). ESTC S105743, NB 26284, USTC 430273, STC 20728.5, CLC R108 (only copy), Sal. Cat. 217.

O.2.45

An octavo containing one item (1566) in a modern rebinding, with a faint trace of an early fore-edge title and press mark (F91). No paste-downs extant. No MS annotations.

Rastell, John, S.J. A treatise intitled, Beware of M. Iewel (1566). See Appendix I, *R1 O.2.37.

R8       Ratisbon – Colloquy of. Acta in Conuentu Ratisbonensi continentia haec quae sequuntut [sic] Librum propositum de lectis collocutoribus. Articulos oppositos certis locis in libro. Pref. P. Melanchthon.

Vitebergae: impressum per Iosephum Klug, 1541. 4o. Unpaginated. A–S4. VD16 M 2385, USTC 608658, or VD16 M 2386, USTC 608659, or VD16 M 2387, USTC 608660, Adams R171, CLC C1526 (only copy), Sal. Cat. 217, BiCI 4, Bancroft 29v.

ZC2.3.5(d)

By association with A35 ZC2.3.5(a). No MS annotations.

R9       Ravesteyn, Jodocus, Tiletanus. Apologiae, seu defensionis Decretorum Sacrosancti Concilii Tridentini, quae quidem ad religionem doctrinam Christianam pertinet, aduersus Censuras & examen Martini Kemnitij, ministri ecclesiae Brunsuicensis, pars prima (–altera).

Louanii: apud Petrium Zangrium Tiletanum, 1568 (1570). 2 vols. 8o. I. ff. 181(=381) + index + errata; II. ff. 486. Coll. as Adams R194. NB 26296, USTC 440793 (vol. 1, 1568), NB 26301, USTC 411503 (vol. 2, 1570), CLC R127, Klaiber 2655, Sal. Cat. 218, Perne 2566/2574.

B.5.9–10

Two octavos containing one item (1568, 1570) in uniform contemporary calf over pasteboard (repaired), blind-tooled with a floral ornament (now very indistinct) [tool CT mm] at the centre of otherwise plain covers, with fillets at the outer edges (fig. 22.39 – B.5.10). B.5.9 has untrimmed fore-edges with no trace of press mark; B.5.10 has early press mark (M16), but neither has fore-edge titles extant. No paste-downs extant in B.5.9. Torn strip from a s.xvi archival MS (now unstuck) at the back of B.5.10 and a stub from the same leaf opposite tp [PDN 190]. On the flyleaf of B.5.10 a list of book-titles in Geste's hand: ‘Molinaeus in evangelia’ [probably Charles Du Moulin. Collatio et vnio quatuor Euangelistarum &c. in 4o, of which Geste had a copy at D29 C.2.14]; ‘Apologia Tiletani contra Flacium Illyricum' [apparently, this same author’s, Catholicae confutationis ... contra ... cauillationes Mat. Flacci Illyrici, apologiae ... Authore Ivdoco Ravesteyn Tiletano (1568). Geste’s copy is R10 I.I.6(a)]; ‘Illyric[us] de missa co[n]tra ffabram[?]’; ‘item de contra mendacijs[?] papistate’ [two unidentified works by Matthias Flacius]. Geste’s MS annotations in the form of marginal lines and notes throughout both volumes on the doctrinal issues debated and determined at the Council of Trent, e.g. Vol. I (on most leaves from fos. 18v–91v, 97v, 102r–381v) on the authority, interpretation and canon of scripture, the vulgate, versions and translations of scripture, ecclesiastical traditions, original sin and baptism, free will, justification, faith, and good works; Vol. II (on most leaves between fos. 90v–96r, 215r–482r) on the ministers of the sacraments and sacramental intention, eucharistic doctrine (the real presence and transubstantiation) and practice (‘De cultu et veneratione’, the feast of Corpus Christi, reservation, communion ‘sub utraque specie’), the sacrifice of the mass, ‘De Missa in honorem sanctorum’, the canon of the mass, ceremonies of the mass, the mixed chalice and ‘De sacris lingua peregrina peragendis'.

R10     Ravesteyn, Jodocus, Tiletanus. Catholicae confutationis prophanae illius et pestilentis confessionis (quam Antwerpiensem Confessionem appellant Pseudoministri quidam) contra varies & inanes cauillationes Mat. Flacci Illyrici, apologia seu defensio.

Louanii: apud Petrum Zangrinum Tiletanum, 1568. 8o. Ff. 438 + 1. A–Z, Aa–Zz, Aaa–Iii8 (Iii8 blank). NB 26297, USTC 403124, Adams R195, BMDB175, CLC R128 (only copy), Klaiber 2654, Sal. Cat. 218, Perne 471/548/551, Bancroft ‘Confutatio confessionis ministrorum Antwerp.’, 34v.

I.1.6(a)

An octavo containing five items (1531–1568) in contemporary calf over pasteboard, blind- tooled with a blank cartouche [tool CT b] at the centre of otherwise plain covers, with fillets at the outer edges. Early fore-edge titles (faded) and press mark (E59?). Geste's binding instructions on tp of item (c). Leaves from Calvin's Commentarii in Evang. (running title) at front and back as paste-down and flyleaves, the first almost covered by later library label, and a strip from a s.xiii scholastic MS, visible at front and back, to strengthen binding structure [PDN 134]. Copious MS annotations of Geste’s (including notes) throughout, on a wide range of doctrines, including issues in controversy at the Reformation.

Bound with:

Hessels, J. Confutatio cuiusdam haereticae confessionis (1567). H54 I.1.6(b).

Porthaise, J. De verbis Domini Hoc facite (1567). P44 I.1.6(c).

Pighius, A. Apologia aduersus M. Buceri calumnias (1543). P31 I.1.6(d).

Vio, Thomas de. De sacrificio Misse (1531). V32 I.1.6(e).

R11     Ravesteyn, Jodocus. Confessionis siue doctrinae, quae nuper edita est à Ministris, qui in ecclesiam Antwerpiensen irrepserunt, & Augustanae Confessioni se assentiri profitentur, succincta confutatio.

Louanii: apud Petrum Zangrium, 1567. 8o. Ff. 121. A–P8 Q4 (Q4 blank). NB 26295, USTC 407222, Adams R196, CLC R129 (only copy), Klaiber 2652, Sal. Cat. 218, Perne (as R10).

I.1.5(a)

An octavo containing five items (1563–1567) in contemporary calf over pasteboard, blind-tooled with a blank cartouche [tool CT b] at the centre of otherwise plain covers, with fillets at the outer edges. Early fore-edge titles and press mark (E61). Wide strip from an English s.xiv/xv Breviary, decorated in red and blue, at front and back, to strengthen binding structure [PDN 129]. Probably from the same MS as M74 [PDN 127]. Copious MS annotations of Geste’s in the form of marginal lines and notes, especially at the beginning, to fo. 91r, on justification, good works and the sacraments. Geste’s MS notes on cap. 14 De sacramento coenae (fos. 65, 66v, 67v–68v), cap. 15 De missa (fos. 70r, 71v, 73r, 76r–77r, 78r–79r, 80r, 81r, 84v), and cap. 17 De sacramentariorum errore (fo. 91r).

Bound with:

Sonnius, F. Succincta demonstratio (1567). S69 I.1.5(b).

Smith, R. Refutatio Locorum Communium P. Melanchthonis (1563). S65 I.1.5(c).

Baius, M. Opuscula omnia (1566). B4 I.1.5(d).

Hessels, J. Brevis et catholica Symboli Apostoli explicatio (1566). H53 I.1.5(e).

R12     Ravisius, Joannes, Textor. Officinae ... epitome. Tomus I [–Alter tomus]. [Cornucopiae ... epitome. Quae res quibus orbis locis abundè proueniant, alphabetico ordine complectens.]

Lugduni: apud Seb. Gryphium, 1541. 8o. 3 pts.in 2 vols. Pp. 647 (+ index); 669 (+ index); 126 + 2. Pt 1: a–z, A–S8; pt 2: Aa–Zz, AA–TT8; pt 3: Aa–Hh8. Not in Adams or BMFB. FB 89175, USTC 140245 (pt 1), FB 89172, USTC 140109 (pt 2: aa-zz8 AA-TT8 VV6), FB 89173, USTC 140139 (pt 3), CLC R132 (only copy), Sal. Cat. 250 (s.v. Textor), BiCI 3, GGA 1082 (earlier ed.), cf. Bancroft, 4o ed., 53v.

X.2.17–18

Two octavos containing one work, in three parts (1541), both bound in contemporary calf over pasteboard with a lion rampant in gold [tool CT pp] at the centre of a rectangular frame defined by fillets, with fleur-de-lis outside each angle and fillets in blind at the outer edges (fig. 22.41). Early fore-edge title and press marks (T11–12). Wide strip from a probably English s.xv MS of Durandus, Rationale divinorum officiorum (in 2 cols.), trimmed diagonally, at front and back of each volume to strengthen binding structure [PDN 192–93]. At front of vol. 2, two flyleaves (3 sides of text, one side blank) consisting of a rough MS index (in page order) in Geste’s hand. No MS annotations in pt 1. Geste’s MS annotations in pt 2, in the form of marginal lines at pp. 84–88, 93–94, 320–27, and intermittently between pp. 450 and 479, and a note at p. 481. No MS annotations in pt 3.

R13     Raymond, de Penaforte. Summula Raymundi: septe[m] sacrame[n]ta ecclesiastica ... co[m]me[n]tarijs ac succule[n]tis glossis ... Joannis Chappuis explanata atq[ue] enucleata.

Venu[n]dat[ur] vbi i[m]pressa parisijs: apud Thielma[n]nu[m] Keruer [col. ex officina Thielmanni Keruer, expensis suis atq[ue] Constantini Leporis], 1516 (23 Dec.). 8o. Ff. 292. Coll. as Adams R217. FB 84248, USTC 144657, CLC R140, Sal. Cat. 218, Parker SP.11, BiCI 4.

K.3.46

An octavo containing one item (1516) in parchment covers, with two leaves from an English, s.xiv/xv Choirbook (with hymns to the Virgin), in MS, with each line of text separated by four blank staves in red (presumably intended for the insertion of plain chant), as paste-downs (still stuck down) at the front (covered by the Library book-label) and back [PDN 200]. Trace of early fore-edge title and press mark (?G25 or just possibly G26). Two MS notes, one at foot of tp, the other on a piece of paper stuck over back paste-down, evidently in the hand of a pre-Geste owner, and further annotations (probably in the same hand) from fo. 6r onwards.

R14     Regius, Ernestus. De hominis politici persona et officio. Ad Iuniorem Borussiae principem.

Argentinae: typis Samuelis Emmelij, 1568. 8o. Ff. 28. A–C8 D4. Not in Adams. VD16 R 1720, USTC 628638, CLC R198 (only copy), Sal. Cat. 220.

K.2.16(c)

By association with W1 K.2.16(a). No MS annotations.

Regius, Urbanus. See Rhegius, Urbanus.

Religion. De religione sacrosancta, de ecclesia, ac ceremonijs eius, Dialogus (1563). See Appendix I. Johannes, Arundinensis. *J1 ZC2.8.11.

R15     Resende, Lucio André de [Andreas (Rodriguez)], Eborensis. Sententiae, & exempla ex probatissimis quibusque scriptoribus collecta, & per locos communes digesta per Andream Eborensem Lusitanum ... opus in duos diuisum est tomos: quorum alter sententias alter exempla refert. [Exemplorum memorabilium cum Ethnicorum, tum Christianorum e quibusque probatissimis scriptoribus ... .tomos posterior.] 2 pts with separate titlepages.

Lugduni: apud Theobaldum Paganum, 1557. 8o. Pp. 547 + 667 + index. α–β8, a–z, A–L8 M2; <*><*>8, a–z, A–V8 X6 (X6 blank) [quire X incorrectly bound in order X1, X3, X2, X5, X4]. FB 84931, USTC 152344 (pt 1), FB 84930, USTC 126346 (pt 2), Adams A1050 (s.v. Andreas [Rodriguez], Eborensis), CLC R282 (only copy), Sal. Cat. 53 (s.v. Andreas Eborensis).

ZC2.2.2(a–b)

An octavo containing one item (1557) in contemporary calf over pasteboard, blind-tooled with a blank cartouche (tool CT b) on otherwise plain covers, with fillets at the outer edges. Early fore-edge titles, and faded press mark (C44?). Strip from a s.xv MS (?of prayers) visible at front under a torn flyleaf, and a narrow stub from another, with some decoration in red, at the end to strengthen binding structure [PDN 107]. Geste’s MS annotations in the form of marginal lines in pt 1 only at pp. 369 (sobrietas, frugilitas & temperantia), 372 (cibus), 408 (vestis), 490, 492 (petitio, oratio), and MS notes at 435 (Deus). A few leaves unopened in pt 2, e.g. 381–83.

Resolutio duodecimi articuli in censura Theologorum Coloniensium de catechismo M. Iohannis Monhemij (1561). See Hamelmann, Hermann. H2A ZC2.4.9(a).

Responsum conuentus trium ordinum Ducatus Burgundiae (1564). See Burgundy. B136 ZC2.4.10(d).

R16     Reuchlin, Johann. [Bible. O.T. Penitential Psalms. Hebrew & Latin.] In septem psalmos poenitentiales hebraicos interpretatio de verbo ad verbum, & super eisdem commentarioli sui, ad discendam linguam hebraicam ex rudimentis. [Septem Psalmi poenitentiales Hebraici cum grammatica tralacione latina.] [With title and tp border at end of the final, unsigned gathering, with the Hebrew text printed Hebrew-wise from right to left].

[On L8]: Vuittembergae: apud Iosephum Clugum, 1529. 8o. Unpaginated. A–L8, [χ]10 [with three leaves signed ‘3’, ‘4’, ‘5’. VD16 B 3407, USTC 693446, Adams B1499, CLC R311, Sal. Cat. 220, BiCI 2, Perne 1221, Bancroft, 25v.

F.2.6

An octavo containing one item (1529) in parchment covers (torn, with spine broken and detached), with three support slips of tanned leather threaded through the covers. Early press mark (T36) but any early spine title no longer visible. Thin strip from a s.xv MS (visible opposite tp at end) to strengthen binding structure [PDN 203]. Rough MS notes on inside of front parchment cover, possibly in Geste’s hand. MS marginalia at G4v (possibly too neat to be in Geste’s hand). No other MS annotations.

R17     Reuchlin, Johann. [Hebrew Grammar.] De rudimentis Hebraicis liber primus [–tertius] (title, Hebrew-wise, at end). Pref. 1506 (March).

Phorce: in aedibus Tho.Anshelmi, 1506 (sexto. Kal. Apriles). Fol. Pp. 620 + [5]. Coll. as Adams R383. VD16 R 1252, USTC 686605, BMGB732, CLC R306, Sal. Cat. 220, Parker EP.T.19, BiCI 4, Bancroft, 51v.

E.4.13

A folio containing one item (1506) in a later rebinding, with trimmed red-stained edges obscuring any earlier fore-edge titles or press marks. No paste-downs extant. Former owner (Geste's uncle): ‘Sir Joannes Brandesbie’ on fo. [623]. No MS annotations in the text.

R18     Rhegius, Urbanus. [Bible Commentary. Psalm 47.] Psalmus XLVII. De regno Iesu Christi. doctore Urbano Regio interprete.

Hamburgi: [col. apud Franc. Rhodum], 1536 [col. cal. Sept.]. 8o. Unpaginated. A–E8. Not in Adams. VD16 R1873, USTC 688206, BMGB 737, CLC R348 (only copy), Sal. Cat. 220.

C.6.5(d)

By association with B89 C.6.5(a). No MS annotations.

R19     Rhegius, Urbanus. [Bible Commentary. Psalm 87.] Psalmus octuagesimus septimus, de gloriosa Christi Ecclesia. D. Ioachimo Moller senatori Hamburgensi dictatus, cum commentariolo D. Urbani Regij. Pref. 6 May 1536.

[col. Hamburgi: in officina Francisci Rhodi, 1536]. 8o. Unpaginated. A–C8 D8 (D8 blank). Not in Adams. VD16 R 1871, USTC 688220, CLC R347 (only copy), Sal. Cat. 220 (apparently not listed).

C.6.5(e)

By association with B89 C.6.5(a). No MS annotations.

R20     Rhegius, Urbanus. [Bible Commentary. Psalm 123.] Libellus consolatorius, ad eos, qui patiuntur persecutionem propter iusticiam, cum enarratione succinta Psalmi CXXIII.

Francoforti: excudebat Petrus Brubachius, 1543. 8o. Ff. 78(=76). A–I8 K4. Not in Adams. VD16 R 1982, USTC 672592, CLC R342 (only copy), Sal. Cat. 220.

C.6.5(c)

By association with B89 C.6.5(a). At the foot of the tp: ‘Mr gest’. No MS annotations.

R21     Rhegius, Urbanus. De fide et resurrectione.

Francofurti: excudebat Petrus Brubachius [col. ex officina Petri Brubachij], 1544. 8o. Ff. 21. A–C8. Not in Adams. VD16 R 1975, USTC 629714, CLC R338 (only copy), Sal. Cat. 220.

ZC2.8.1(c)

By association with L39 ZC2.8.1(a). No MS annotations.

R22     Rhegius, Urbanus. Formulae quaedam caute et citra scandalum loquendi de praecipiis Christianae doctrinae locis, pro junioribus verbi ministris in Ducatu Lunebergensi. [Text in Latin and German.]

Francofurti: ex officina Petri Brubachij, 1544. 8o. Unpaginated. A–E8 (E8 blank). [Lacks A1 (with tp)]. Not in Adams. VD16 R 1802, USTC 657777, CLC R339 (only copy), Sal. Cat. 220, BiCI 1.

ZC2.8.1(b)

By association with L39 ZC2.8.1(a). Geste’s MS annotations in the form of marginal lines on E3r and E4r, but no notes.

R23     Rhegius, Urbanus. Loci theologici e patribus et scholasticis neotericisq[ue] collecti, per D. Vrbanum Rhegium.

Francoforti: ex officina Petri Brubachij, [15]45. 8o. Ff. 252. A–H8 I4. VD16 R 1853, USTC 673493, Adams R304, CLC R343, Sal. Cat. 220, Parker SP.65, BiCI 1, Perne 2387.

H.1.8(a)

An octavo containing four items (1527–1545) in contemporary calf over pasteboard (made up of compacted printed leaves, now fragmented and exposed), blind-tooled with a small fleuron [tool CT c.1] at the centre of a rectangular frame and at each angle, with fillets at the outer edges. Early fore-edge titles and press mark (G5). Fragment of a damaged leaf from a s.xiii/xiv MS, probably English, of Thomas Aquinas, In libros Sententiarum, as paste-down at back, now unstuck and detached from leaves of printer’s waste in pasteboard [PDN 144]. Geste’s MS annotations in the form of a few marginal lines at fos. 54 (predestination), 75v–76v, 79r–80v (consolatoria pro morte), 170r (authority of scripture), 173 (De conciliis), and MS notes at fos. 78, 80v–87v.

Bound with:

Paris. University of. Articuli (1544). P4 H.1.8(b).

Strasbourg. Church of. De pueris instituendis ecclesiae Argentinensis Isagoge (1527). S90 H.1.8(c).

Luther, M. Antithesis uerae et falsae ecclesiae (1541). L79 H.1.8(d).

R24     Rhegius, Urbanus. Prophetiae veteris Testamenti de Christo, collectae et explicatae ... Cum pr[a]efatione D. Martini Lutheri.

Francoforti: ex officina Petri Brubachii, 1542. Fol. Ff. 160. <*>6, a–z, Aa–Cc6 Dd4. VD16 R 1777, USTC 687697, Adams R307, CLC R346, Sal. Cat. 220, Perne 1111.

G.3.6(b)

By association with B71 G.3.6(a). No MS annotations.

R25     Ribittus [Ribit], Joannes [Jean]. Disputatio, in Iudas proditor Coenae Dominicae interfuerit. Item explanatio loci Heb. VII. Lex nihil perficit. Preface dated 1555.

Basileae: [?J. Oporinus], [c. 1555]. 8o. Pp. 31. a–b8. VD16 R 2137, USTC 638726, Adams R482, CLC R391 (only copy), Sal. Cat. 221, Parker SP.42(7). Printer suggested by HAB.

ZC2.5.7(g)

By association with W48 ZC2.5.7(a). No MS annotations. Some leaves unopened.

R26     Richard [Ricardus], Prior of Saint-Victor, Paris. De superdiuina Trinitate theologicu[m] opus ... Adiunctus est commentarius artificio analyticio. Ed. Jacques Lefèvre. (Renouard Inventaire Chronologique.)

[col. In coenobio sancti Germani prope muros parisienses: emissum ex officina Henrici stephani, 19 Iulij 1510]. 4o. Ff. 194 + index. a–z8, &8, A8. FB 84698, USTC 143587, Adams R505, CLC R397, Sal. Cat. 227 (s.v. Sancto-Victore, Richardus de), BiCI 2, Shaxton 77, Bancroft, ‘De Trinitate’, 6r.

I.4.9(a)

A quarto containing two items (1510, 1513) in a contemporary French calf binding (Bailey, p. 8), blind-tooled with a wide roll surrounding a rectangular frame containing two perpendicular rows each of two rolls, one of flies and the other of a spiral stem with four- petal flowers (fig. 20.1), possibly Paris, Gid, pl.181, RCc 4 and AN c 2, both on binding 342. . Early fore-edge title and press mark (S14). No MS paste-downs extant. No MS annotations.

Bound with:

Clichtoveus. De laude monasticae religionis (1513). C84 I.4.9(b).

R27     Richter [Judex], Matthaeus. De vera pace ecclesiae, et de seditione duplici ecclesiastica, et politica, libelli duo.

[?Rostock: n. pr.], 1566. 8o. Pp. 93. A–F8 (F8 blank). VD16 R 2294, USTC 631779, Adams J413, CLC R443 (only copy), Sal. Cat. 161. Rostock suggested by Adams but no place or printer given by HAB or VD16.

K.2.16(d)

By association with W1 K.2.16(a). No MS annotations.

R28     Richter [Judex], Matthaeus. Quod arguere peccata, seu concionari poenitentiam, sit propriu[m] legis, & non Euangelij, propriè sic dicti, rationes & argumenta. [Addressed to his brother, Joan[nes]. Judex].

Basileae: [col. ex officina Iacobi Parci], 1559. 8o. Pp. 58. A–D8 (D8 blank). Not in Adams or BMGB. VD16 R 2283, USTC 689547, CLC R446 (only copy), Sal. Cat. 161 (s.v. Judex, Matthaeus).

L.6.13(b)

By association with P24 L.6.13(a). No MS annotations.

R29     Ricius, Paulus. In apostolorum simbolum ... a priori demonstratiuus dialogus

[Augsburg: Johann Miller] [col. E noua Augustae vindelicae officina, 1514 (pridie nonas Apriles]. 4o. Unpaginated. a8 b4 [no quire c] d–f4 k4 i4 h4 g4 l4. Not in Adams. VD16 R 2312, USTC 665364, CLC R450, Sal. Cat. 221. Printer from HAB and OCLC.

I.4.10(e)

By association with I6 I.4.10(a). No MS annotations.

Ricius, Paulus. Paulus israelita de sexcentu[m] et tredecim mosaice sanctionis edictis (1510–1511). See Appendix I, *R2 L.5.39.

R30     Ricius, Paulus [tr.]. Portae lucis h[a]ec est porta Tetragra[m]maton iusti intrabu[n]t p[er] eam. [Tr. from the Hebrew of Gikatilla, Joseph ben Abraham, by Paulus Ricius, with his Preface.]

[Augsburg]: [col. Excusa in officina Millerana Augustae Vindelicoru[m], 1516 (quinto Idus Iunias)]. 4o. Unpaginated. A–N4 (N4 blank). Not in Adams. VD16 J 954, OCLC 163312144, BMGB740, CLC G494 (only copy), Sal. Cat. 221.

ZC2.3.14(f)

By association with L17 ZC2.3.14(a). No MS annotations.

R31     Rivius, Joannes, of Attendorn. De perpetuo in terris gaudio pioru[m], libellus multa pietate ac eruditione refertus, nuncq[ue] primùm editus.

Basileae: [col. per Ioannem Oporinum, 1550 (March)]. 8o. Pp. 75 + 3. a–e8. Not in Adams. VD16 R 2636, USTC 630937, CLC R546, Sal. Cat. 222, BiCI 1.

H.1.37(b)

By association with R32 H.1.37(a). No MS annotations.

R32     Rivius, Joannes, of Attendorn. De seculi nostri felicitate, et hominum erga Dei beneficia ingratitudine, liber.

[Basle:] [?J. Oporinus], 1548. 8o. Pp. 259 + index. A–R8 S4 . VD16 R 2653, USTC 631524, Adams R602, CLC R547 (only copy), Sal. Cat. 222, BiCI 1. J. Oporinus suggested by COPAC and VD16.

H.1.37(a)

An octavo containing two items (1548, 1550) in contemporary calf over pasteboard, blind- tooled with an unidentified floral roll which among other motifs includes a seven-petal flower and what appears to be a heart (perhaps pierced by an arrow, cf. Bailey, p. 7), both within double-circle roundels (probably not English and perhaps imported already bound from its place of printing), surrounding a rectangular frame with a lozenge-shaped ornament [CT p] at the centre and with fillets at the outer edges (fig. 22.17). Early fore-edge titles and press mark (S10). No paste-downs extant. Geste’s MS annotations in the form of marginal lines at pp. 203 and 249, and his notes (very faded) at pp. 215 and 248.

Bound with:

Rivius, J. De perpetuo in terris gaudio piorum, libellus (1550). R31 H.1.37(b).

R33     Rivius, Joannes, of Attendorn. Quo se pacto iuuentus in hisce religionis dissidijs gerere debeat, libri duo.

Basileae: [?J. Oporinus] [col. 1546 (March)]. 8o. Pp. 528 (+ 5). α10 (α10 blank) a–z, A–K8 L4 (L4 blank). Not in Adams or BMGB. VD16 ZV 13302, USTC 689138, CLC R549 (only copy), Sal. Cat. 222, Perne 1237. Printer suggested by OCLC and VD16 ZV13302.

L.6.16(a)

An octavo containing two items (1546, c. 1550] in a later rebinding, with early fore-edge titles and press mark (F50). Trace of Geste’s binding instruction at foot of tp (cropped): ‘[i]n [p]ast’. No paste-downs extant. No MS annotations.

Bound with:

Curio, C. Pro uera & antiqua (c. 1550). C124 L.6.16(b).

R34     Rivius, Joannes, of Attendorn. Quod Sponsalia sine consensione et approbatione parentum facta, rata non debeant haberi ... Eiusdem de familiari cuiusque genio, seu de praesidio Angelico libellus.

Lipsiae: apud Nicolaum Vuolrab, 1540. 8o. Unpaginated. a–d8 e4 (e4 blank). Not in Adams or BMGB. VD16 R 2646, USTC 689546, CLC R550 (only copy), Sal. Cat. 222.

D.6.7(a)

An octavo containing six items (1525–1542) in contemporary calf over pasteboard (now very crazed), blind-tooled with Oldham roll SW.b(3) 946, assigned to Cambridge by Pearson (BC, p. 189, though not listed in Gray), but to London by Oldham, surrounding a plain rectangular frame. Early fore-edge titles both down and across fore-edge (one probably by a former owner) and press mark (C4). Leaves from a s.xiii2 (probably English) MS of the Moralia in Job of Pope Gregory I, with left-hand margin decorated in red and blue, some underlining of the text in red, and marginalia, as paste-downs at front and back (now unstuck) [PDN 79]. No MS annotations.

Bound with:

Luther, M. De sublimiore mundi potestate liber (1525). L77 D.6.7(b).

Valliculus, G. De liberali Dei gratia (1536). V4 D.6.7(c).

Imlerus, C. In Ioannis, Iudae, et Iacobe Apostolorum epistolae (1542). I3 D.6.7(d).

Corvinus, A. Expositio decalogi, symboli Apostolici, sacramentorum &c. (1537). C104 D.6.7(e).

Buschius, H. De singulari auctoritate veteris & noui instrumenti (1529). B137 D.6.7(f).

Rivo, Radulphus de. Calendarius ecclesiasticus (1568). Part of Usuardus. Martyrologium, U2 B.6.19(a).

Rome, Church of. [Council of Rome (1050)]. Acta Concilii Romae habiti contra Berengarium (1551). Part of Costerius, Joannes [ed.] De veritate corporis et sanguinis Domini nostri Iesu Christi in eucharistae sacramento. C105 ZC2.6.2.

Rome, Church of. [Cancellaria Apostolica.] Regulae Cancellariae Apostolicae (1545). See Appendix I, *R3 Z.5.32.

R35     Rome, Church of. [Consilium de emendanda ecclesia.] Consilium delectorum Cardinalium et aliorum pr[a]elatorum, de emendanda ecclesia. Epistola Ioannis Sturmii de eadem re, ad Cardinales caeterosq[ue] uiros.

[Strasbourg:] [col. ex officina Cratonis Mylii, 1538]. 4o. Unpaginated. A–G4. VD16 C 4924, USTC 624944, Adams C2531, CLC C1872 (only copy), Sal. Cat. 245 (s.v. Sturmius, Johann), Perne 727.

ZC2.3.5(b)

By association with A35 ZC2.3.5(a). A few of Geste’s MS annotations in the form of marginal lines and notes, e.g. B4r. Otherwise, mainly neat underlinings which may not be by Geste, e.g. at C3r.

R36     Rome, Church of. [Index of Prohibited Books]. Index librorum prohibitorum cum regulis confectis per patres à Tridentina Synodo delectos, auctoritate ... Pii IIII. pont. max. comprobatus.

Lugduni: apud Guliel. Rouillium, 1564. 4o. Ff. 45 [damaged at end]. A–F4 (F4 blank). This ed. not in Adams [but cf. I94–95]. FB 30402, USTC 84117, CLC R700 (only copy), Sal. Cat. 156 (s.v. Index), BiCI 1, cf. Bancroft, 16o ed., 37r.

ZC2.3.3(b)

By association with L27 ZC2.3.3(b). No MS annotations. Thomas Cranmer is among the English Protestant authors included, but not Geste himself.

R37     Rome, City of – Vicars General. Christianum de fide, & sacramentis, edictum. [Compiled and issued by Filippo Archinto, Archbishop of Milan. Ed. J. Cochlaeus.]

Ingolstadii: ex officina Alexandri Vueissenhorn, 1546. 4o. Ff. 35 + 2. A–K4 L2. Not in Adams. VD16 A 3218, USTC 621185, BMGB 747, CLC R823 (only copy), Klaiber 158, Sal. Cat. 56 (s.v. Archintus).

ZC2.3.11(b)

By association with F25 ZC2.3.11(a). No MS annotations.

Rosseus, Guilielmus. Opus elegans (1523). See More, Thomas. M81 N.5.13(d).

R38     Rostock. – Academia Rostochiensis. Scripta in Academia Rostochiensi publice proposita, ab anno Christo 1560. usq[ue] ad Octobrem anni 1563. & inde ad initium anni 1567. Partes duae.

Rostochii: excudebat Iacobus Transylvanus [= Jakob Lucius the Elder], 1567. 8o. Ff. 400. <vine-leaf>8 A–Z, AA–DD8. Not in Adams. VD16 ZV 13369, USTC 692606, CLC R1004 (only copy), Sal. Cat. 223.

H.1.9

An octavo containing one item (1567) in contemporary calf over pasteboard, blind-tooled with a blank cartouche [tool CT b] on otherwise plain covers, with fillets at the outer edges. Early fore-edge title and press mark (S6). Wide strip from two leaves from an English s.xii2 MS of Sermones Augustini, etc. at front (folded round flyleaf to leave a narrow stub) and at back (unfolded) to strengthen binding structure [PDN 130]. Geste’s binding note at the foot of tp (cropped): ‘[in] p[ar]chme[n]t’, presumably noting that the book was in parchment covers (on acquisition), before being sent to the binder for ‘re-binding’, rather than an instruction for the book to be bound ‘in parchment’ – a request clearly not carried out. Geste’s MS annotations in the form of a few marginal lines at fos. 12v, 50v–51r and his notes at fo. 7 (on justification).

R39     Royard, Jean, OFM. [Homilies on the liturgical Epistles & Gospels.] Homiliarum ... in omnes epistolas & euangelia dominicalis per totius anni decursum: in trium quoq[ue] dieru[m] post Pascha & Pentecosten euangelia, nec non & in epistolam ac euangelium dedicationis ecclesiae, Tomus I. Homiliarum ... in omnes epistolas & euangelia sanctorum, quorum festiuitates in ecclesia per totius anni decursum celebrantur. Tomus II.

Coloniae: ex officina Melchioris Nouesiani, 1550. Fol. 2 pts. Pt 1: ff. 454. <*>4 2<*>4 a–z, A–Z, Aa– Zz6, Aaa–Fff6, Ggg4; pt 2: ff. 108. <*><*>4, A–S6 + In Passionem Christi: unfoliated. A<*>–C<*>6 D<*>8 (D<*>8 blank). Not in Adams. VD16 R 3397, USTC 664031, BMGB117, CLC R1029, Klaiber 2702 (s.v. Opera omnia), Sal. Cat. 223, BiCI 23, Pilgrim 80/214, Shaxton 41, Perne 2299, cf. Bancroft ‘Royardi homilia’, 8° ed., 41r .

E.4.2

A folio containing one item (1550) in plain calf over pasteboard, with fillets at the outer edges [PL a] (repaired, Sept., 1937), with early book-title (across the fore-edge) and press mark (R35). No paste-downs extant. Geste’s MS annotations in the form of marginal lines in pt 1 at e.g. fos. 133f., 138f., 142, 152–54, 156, 161, 166–71, 183–86 and passim, infrequently, and in pt 2 at fos. 29–31, 50f., 53, 103f., and a note in pt 1 at fo. 434r, and in pt 2 at fo. 106v.

Rupert, Abbot of St. Heribert, Deutz. De victoria Verbi Dei libri tredecim. See Appendix I, *R4 H.1.30.

Ruysius, Godefridus, Taxander [pseud.]. See Ruysius, Walterus, OP.

R40     Ruysius, Walterus, OP. Apologia in eum librum quem ab anno Erasmus Roterodamus de Confessione edidit ... Eiusdem libellus quo taxatur Delectus ciborum, siue Liber de carniu[m] esu a[n]te bienniu[m] per Erasmum Roterodamum enixus.

[Antwerp]: [col. Simon Cocus & Gerardus Nicolaus ciues Antuerpie[n]sis excudebant, 1525 (Mart. 21)]. 8o. Unpaginated. A–I8. Not in Adams. NB 27084 (A–H8 I8+1, [ff. 73]), USTC 403731, CLC R1141 (only copy), Sal. Cat. 224.

–ZC2.1.1(c)

By association with S31 ZC2.1.1(a). No MS annotations.