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Capitolo fratesco composto dal Padre Tisabesano Secchia Accademico Lepido

 Collection — Volume: 1
Call Number: MS C211
Overview Con le annotation nel fine. A satire on Church life written by a Jesuit. Anagram pseudonym Acrostic on pages 819-821: Sebastiano Chiesa Reggiano Accademico Lepido.
Dates: 17th century?

Compagnia del Gonfalone de Roma manuscript

 Collection — Volume: 1
Call Number: MS E69
Overview Roll or listing of the dead benefactors of the theatrical gild, arranged by church-yard in Rome, Italy, from the 16th century CE. Includes appropriate prayers. "Facto et ordenato per li nobili hoi Misser francesco pogio Scriptori aplico: el Magnifico misser Gabriele delli rosci Conte misser Julio matheo Guardiani: et miss[er] Cola Antonio inferieri Camerlingo della dicta Compagnia."
Dates: 1505 and later

Conforti et ajuti per li condannati à morte manuscript

 Collection — Volume: 1
Call Number: MS C89
Overview Sermon in five parts to bring comfort to those condemned to death. Possibly a copy of a printed book, probably written in Italy. The end of the volume states "Protesta da farsi dal Condannato prima che si invova per andare alla morte."
Dates: 17th or 18th Century?

Earls of Westmorland collection

Call Number: MS D148
Overview 14 Italian manuscripts bound together, regarding the politics of Italy, the Church, France, England, and the Holy Roman Empire.
Dates: approximately 1628-1633?

Gaetano Giarre calligraphy manual: Alfabeto di lettere iniziali adorno di animali

 Collection — Volume: 1
Call Number: MS E49
Overview This collection consists of a single calligraphy-manual, containing an alphabet of ornamented initials, each beginning an Italian verse, and instructions for writing, cutting a pen, etc. Elaborate birds, beasts, plants, mythological creatures. From Giarre's Alfabeto, 1797, and his Invento, 1801.
Dates: 1801 or later

Manuscript notes of Léon Dorez

Call Number: MS 5
Overview Research notes of Léon Dorez (1864-1922), French scholar and librarian who specialized in the Italian humanists, with offprints of his published articles.
Dates: [late 19th-early 20th centuries]

Rime di diversi in burla e in sul grave

 Collection — Volume: 1
Call Number: MS C51
Overview Italian poetry codex
Dates: approximately 1570

Rotolo et alcune memorie

 Collection — Volume: 1
Call Number: MS E272
Overview Chronicle of history of the Friuli area, Italy compiled ca. 1511 and continued to 1543. Contents cover period 1490 to 1543, arranged chronologically. Written in northern Italian vernacular in a variety of scripts and by different hands over several decades. Records land and family transactions in villages surrounding Friuli, including: Buin, Coloreto, Amelia, Pavia, Pagna, Nels, Artegna, Pers, Feletto, Udine, Carnia, Codroipo, S. Lorenzo, and Blauso.
Dates: 1511 - 1543

Ruttilio Scotti manuscript

 Collection — Volume: 1
Call Number: MS E96
Overview An unpublished historical work on one of the great monastaries of the Western Church, Subiaco, established by St. Benedict, and its surrounding territories in central Italy.
Dates: 1615