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Codex by Girolamo Garzoni

 Collection — Volume: 1
Call Number: MS C110
Overview Book on the divine right of the Holy Roman Empire, dedicated to Rudolph II, who was to become Emperor in 1576 and who had become Roman king in October 1577, and written by Girolamo Garzoni, a legal writer and auditor in Ferrara. At the end of the Latin form of his name, the word Auximate means from Osimo, Italy, his birthplace, though the volume may have been written in Austria.
Dates: 1575

Commentarius triplex in triplicem Aristotelis philosophiam [A Commentary on Aristotle]

 Collection — Volume: 1
Call Number: MS C127
Overview This collection consists of a single manuscript textbook on logic, probably written in either the Low Countries or Germany. On title-page verso: Commentarius triplex in triplicemn Aristotelis philoam raonalem, naalem, transnaalem. Increatae Trinitati Patri Filiq [?] Spiritui Sto. Humillime inscriptis sub auspicijs Trinitatis increatae. Jesu Mariae Josephi feliciter inititus sub praeside R. Patre Hanloh [or Hanloti or?] Anno.
Dates: 1684?

Cum mota esset petitio ac dissentio inter Johannam [etc.]

 Collection — Volume: 1
Call Number: MS C150
Overview This collection consists of a single legal document, an agreement whereby the lands of Sir Roger Lasceles are divided amongst his four daughters: Joan, wife of Thomas de Coiwen; Avis, wife of Robert le Conestable; Maud, wife of Robert de Tilliol; and Theophania, wife of Ralph son of Ranulph.
Dates: 1301 - 1302

Diarium,1504-1506; 1513-1521. Paride Grassi, Bishop of Pesaro. Italy, copied 15--? or 16--?

Call Number: MS E53
Overview Book: official diary kept by the Pope's master of ceremonies. Chronological account of ceremonies attended by the Pope, both liturgical and political: includes minutes of consistories and conclaves, and of audiences with foreign and clerical dignitaries; texts of documents; liturgical texts; lists of qualified persons, duties, etc. Also contains notes of interesting events, deaths, etc., anecdotes, and some of Grassi's personal opinions. Dates Covered: May 26, 1504-August 26, 1506 (part of Pope...
Dates: 15--? or 16--?

"Historia Flagellantium de recto et perverso flagrorum usu apud Christianos" manuscript

 Collection — Volume: 1
Call Number: MS E279
Overview This is a manuscript draft dated 1691 for Jacques Boileau’s book, Historia Flagellantium. De recto et perverso flagrorum usu apud Christianos (Paris: Joseph Anisson, 1700). The manuscript consists of text written in one hand, with marginal notes and insertions added in a second hand, both apparently the hands of Boileau’s secretaries. The marginal notes and insertions were incorporated in the 1700 edition.
Dates: December 1691

Kaye family papers

Call Number: MS 240B
Overview This collection consists of estate documents, principally deeds, of the Kaye family of Woodsome in Yorkshire, England, from the thirteenth to eighteenth centuries with the majority of documents dating from the sixteenth to the seventeenth centuries. Some locations cited in these documents include Almondbury, Honley, Kirkheaton, Slaithwaite, Kirkburton, Huddersfield, etc.
Dates: circa 1200-1770

Legatio Cardinalis de Fussa ad Regem Aragonensem

 Collection — Volume: 1
Call Number: MS D122
Overview Correspondence and documents between Cardinal de Foix, legate to Alfonso V; Alfonso V, king of Aragon (died 1458); and Pope Martin V (1368-1431). Dates covered in the volume are 1424-1430. Concerns the Council of Tortosa, 1429, in which Foix persuaded Alfonso and other backers of Clement VIII (1380?-1446), the anti-pope at the time, to support Martin V. This narrative apparently compiled on Foix's orders from his archives: see last leaf of manuscript. Places mentioned in the manuscript include...
Dates: 1424-1430 [written 17th century?]

Liber amicorum (Book of friends)

 Collection — Folder: 1
Call Number: MS P114
Overview Verses and sentiments from Ambrosius Förster's friends: Herman Hess (1611), J. Timaeus Silesius (1612), Samuel Praetorius (1613), and Holofernes Hillenius. Probably written in Wittemberg.
Dates: 1611 - 1613

Marble titulus or funeral plaque of Claudia Thaliarchi with Latin inscription

 Collection — Box: 1
Call Number: MS Q71
Overview Titulus or funeral plaque of Claudia Thaliarchi. Inscribed with five lines of Latin text: "CLAVDIA·THALIARCI·L/GRAPTE/VIXIT·ANNOS·XVII/QUAE FUIT·DE·DOMO/L·VENVLEI[·]MONTANI." This can be translated as "Claudia, daughter of Thaliarchus, freedman [libertus], sculptor, lived 18 years, who is of the house of Lucius Venuleius Montanus."
Dates: First half of the 1st century C.E.

Metaphisicae synopsis, Pneumatologicae mantisses, and Introductio ad ethicam

 Collection — Volume: 1
Call Number: MS B154
Overview Book: philosophy (student's texts?)
Dates: 1725

Michaele Cossoni music manuscript

 Collection — Volume: 1
Call Number: MS K3
Overview Collection of sacred vocal songs, tenor part only, copied by Michaele Coosonio in 1645. "Fasciculus myrrhe; id est Collectio sacrorum concertuu una decantandorum voce: vel Cantu vel tenor. anno M.DC.XLV excerptus a me Michaele Cossonio a floridis eruditoru viroru hortis."
Dates: 1645

Notae in tres priores Institutionum libros et ad iurisd. om. iud. ff.

 Collection — Volume: 1
Call Number: MS B14
Overview Volume of compiled writings possibly about the law, possibly written in France in the 16th and/or 17th centuries, in multiple hands.
Dates: 16th-17th centuries?

Opusculum super chimicali scientiam

 Collection — Volume: 1
Call Number: MS D77
Overview Sasicteord Fircasnic... [anagram of following:] Sacerdotis Francisci propio G nomine sic nuncupati pauce terre Placentini Opusculum princeps super Chymicali Scientia (A in honorem Summi Pontificis Imperialis Dominii in laudem Chiimie, Artis dogmate eiuadem Sacerdotis Francisci Placentini alterum Volumen secundo ordine collocatunr:
Dates: 17th century

Philosophia seu cursus philosophicus: logica

 Collection — Volume: 1
Call Number: MS B47
Overview This collection consists of a Book: textbook on logic.
Dates: 1757 - 1758

Reports from the treasurers of the Kingdom of Naples to the High Chamberlain

 Collection — Box: 1
Call Number: MS 61
Overview Reports from Martinus Torellas and Jayme Torellas, as treasurers of the Kingdom of Naples for Ferdinand V, King of Spain, to Ferdinando Francesco d'Avalos, marchese di Pescara, as High Chamberlain. Covers material 1505-1515.
Dates: 1507 - 1517

Spelman-Macro miscellany

 Collection — Volume: 1
Call Number: MS E107
Overview Compiled volume of separately written pieces bound together, including historical notes, 17th century poems, petitions, etc.
Dates: compiled 17-18th centuries

Supplementum [ad bavarium Piam eius]

 Collection — Volume: 1
Call Number: MS E33, item 2
Overview Supplement to his Bavaria Pia. containing Anna, daughter of Maria of Bavaria; Renata Pia, wife of William V; Maria Bavara mother of Caesar Ferdinand; Margarita daughter of Maria Bavara; Maria Anna Bavara wife of Ferdinand Caesar; Eleanora Austria daughter of Maria Bavara and sister of Caesar Ferdinand; Maria Christierna Austria sister Eleanora; William V Duke of Baravia.
Dates: approximately 1628-1634

Tractatus de natura, temperamento illustrissimi Cardinalis Ubaldini

 Collection — Volume: 1
Call Number: MS C47
Overview Tractatus de natura, & temperamento illustrissimi Cardinalis Ubaldini. Report of a medical examination.
Dates: approximately 17th century.

Venetian family archives

Call Number: MS 70
Overview Collection of legal documents, primarily in Latin, relating to various families in Venice, Padua, Cittadella, etc. written 1342-1764 and covering the period 12[??] to 1764.
Dates: 1342-1764; bulk 1500-1599

William H. Taft liber amicorum

 Collection — Volume: 1
Call Number: MS J8:3
Overview A liber amicorum presented to William H. Taft as ex-governor of the Philippines. The volume cover reads "Exc’mo viro … Guillelmo H. Taft: Rector, doctores … universitatis Manil. hoc obsequium … offerunt, 1905."
Dates: August 30, 1905

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