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Title
Officium hominis cúm stylo, tum methodo luculentissimâ expositum : opus cujusvis, at praecipuè indoctissimi lectoris captui accommodatum : in XVII capita divisum : quorum uno, quovis die Dominico, perlecto, omnia ter quovis anno perlegantur : cum orationibus aliquot pro variis occasionibus
Type
Print
Identified By
Lccn: 33017738
Note
Physical details: coat-of-arms
Attributed to Richard Allestree; sometimes also attributed to Dorothy Pakington, Richard Sterne, John Fell, or Humphrey Henchman and others. Cf. ESTC.
"Bibliopolae" signed (p. [4] in front): H. Hammond.
"Preces privatae variis occasionibus ordinariis & extraordinariis accommodate" (p. [287]-366) has its own title page.
Signatures: A⁸ a⁴ B-2A⁸.
With a plate comprising the royal arms of Charles II. Cf. ESTC.
LC copy forms part of the Jefferson Exhibit Collection. Imperfect: wanting plate.
Could not render: bflc:applicableInstitution
Dimensions
16 cm (8vo)
Extent
[24], 367, [1] p., [1] leaf of plates
Provision Activity Statement
Londini : Pro Roberto Pawlet, ad insigne Sanctorum Bibliorum in vico Chancery-Lane, prope Fleet-street, 1680.
Provision Activity
Publication: England 1680
Publication: Londini Pro Roberto Pawlet, ad insigne Sanctorum Bibliorum in vico Chancery-Lane, prope Fleet-street 1680
Responsibility Statement
liber hic ex lingua Anglicana in Latinam, eo praecipuè consilio traductus est, quò juvenes in ludis literariis versantes, simul & moribus instituantur, & in lingua Latina proficiant
Issuance
single unit
Authorized Access Point
Officium hominis