APPENDIX II

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To the 128 entries at present accepted NOTE 1 from Edmondo Coccia's list on pages 113 – 15 of his Le edizioni delle opere del Mantovano, the following printings of the Latin text of Mantuan's Adulescentia, with their fontes, should be added NOTE 2 (cited, unless otherwise noted, by entry number).

From Philippe Renouard.  Bibliographie des impressions des œ uvres de Josse Badius Ascensius. 1908;  rpt. New York, Burt Franklin, n. d. Vol. II, pp. 110 – 24:

spacerLyons: Claude d’Aoust, 1507 (G9)
spacerParis: Jean Barbier for Denis Roce, 1511 (G15)
spacerParis: Jean Marchant for Jean Petit, 1513 (G18)
spacerLyons: Jacques Mareschal, 1514 (G19)
spacerLyons: Jacques Myt for Simon Vincent, 1515 (G22)
spacerDeventer: Albert Paffraet, 1515 (G23)
spacerAntwerp: widow of Jean Loë  1569 (G42)  

From Index aureliensis: catalogus librorum sedecimo saeculo impressorum. Printed by the Fondation Index Aureliensis, Geneva. Distributed by B. de Graaf, Nieukopp, 1965–  .  Vol. III,  pp. 71 – 125:

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                 Strasbourg: Getz and Prüss, 1506 (112.425)

                 Deventer: per Iacobum de Breda, 1508 (112.462)

                 Deventer: per Iacobum de Breda, 23 March 1509 (112.473)

                 Milan: Lignanorum fratrum impensa, ca.1512? (112.329/112.559;
spacerspacerspacerspacerspacerspacerspacerspacerspacer cf. GW 3245)

                 Leipzig: ex officina Melchioris Lottheri, 1516 (112.636)

                 Strasbourg: Matthias Schürer, 1518 (112.664)

                 Deventer: Albert Paffraet, 1519 (112.674; cf. 112.675)

                 Turin: Pietro Paolo Porro, 1520 (112.697)

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From Giulia Bologna.  Le cinquecentine della Biblioteca Trivulziana. Milan: Castello Sforzesco, 1966. Vol. II:

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                  Brescia: per Ludovicum Britannicum, 1525 (133)

 

From H. M. Adams.  Catalogue of Books Printed on the Continent of Europe, 1501–1600 in Cambridge Libraries.  Cambridge Univ. Press, 1967.  Vol. I,  p. 707:

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                  Limoges: per Paulum Bertonem expensis Leonardi
spacerspacerspacerspacerspacerspacerspacerspacerspacerFardelet, 8 August 1520 (M393)

                  Lyons: per Ioannes Crespin, [7 August] 1526 (M394)

From Louis Degraves, ed. Répertoire bibliogrphique des livres imprimés en France au seiziè me siècle.  Baden–Baden: Librairie Heitz, 1968 – 79:

               spacerspacer   Poitiers: Jean Bouyer and Guillaume Bouchet, ca. 1504  (vol. V,
spacerspacerspacerspacerspacerspacerspacerspacerspacerspacerspacer p. 8)

            spacerspacer Caen: Laurent Hostingue (?) for Michel Angier, not after 1518
spacerspacerspacerspacerspacerspacerspacerspacerspacerspacer[ca. 1511,  according to Adams M392]  (Vol XXVII,  pp.

spacerspacerspacerspacerspacerspacerspacerspacerspacerspacer78f., 44)
            Limoges: per Paulum Bertonem.  Expensis...Leonardi Fardelet,
spacerspacerspacerspacerspacerspacerspacerspacerspacerspacer11 May 1526  (Vol. III,  p. 21)


 From Elly Cockx–Indestege and Geneviè ve Glorieux.  Belgica Typographica 1541– 1600. Nieukoop: de Graaf, 1968–  Vol. I,  pp. 19f., vol. II, p. 18:

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                  Antwerp: Joannes Latius for Johann Steelsius, n. d.  (5147) 

spacerspacerspacerspacerspacerspacerspacerspacerspacer(cf. C 398)

                  Antwerp: widow of Jean Loë, 1567 (250)  

From The National Union Catalogue: Pre–1956 Imprints.  London: Mansell, 1968 – 81. Vol. XXXIV, pp. 216 – 27,. vol. DCXCV, pp. 5 – 9:

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                 Lyons: device of Jean Robion, 151–? (NB0100954) (cf. C 209)

                 Lyons: per Claudium Nourry, 1510 (NB0100979)

                 London:  J. Y. pro Societate Stationariorum, 1646 (NB0101002)

                 London:  E. F. pro Societate Stationariorum, 1672 (NSB0016731)

                 London:  T. B. pro Societate Stationariorum, 1697 (NB0101008)

                 London: T. Ilive pro Societate Stationariorum, 1707
spacerspacerspacerspacerspacerspacerspacerspacerspacer(NB0101010)  

From W. A. Jackson, F. S. Ferguson, and Katherine F. Pantzer.  A Short–Title Catalogue of Books Printed in England, Scotland, and Ireland...1475 – 1640. 2nd ed.  London: Bibliographic Society, 1976. Vol. II, p. 349:

spacerspacer                London: Thomas Marsh, 1576 (22982.3)
spacerspacer                London: Thomas Marsh, 1577 (22982.5)
spacerspacer                London: Thomas Marsh, 1580 (22982.7) spacerspacer               
spacerspacer                London: Garrat Dewes & Henry Marsh, ex
spacerspacer                spacerspacerspacer ass. Thomas Marsh, 1584 (22983.5)

                  London: Robert Robinson, 1593 (22984.1)

                  London: Robert Robinson for Robert Dexter, 1598 (22984.3)

                  London: Robert Dexter, 1601 (22984.4)

                  London: pro Societate Stationariorum, 1606 (22984.5)

                  London: Felix Kingston, ex. typ. Societate Stationariorum,
spacerspacer                spacerspacer1613 (22984.6)

                  London: John Beale? ex typ. Societate Stationariorum,
spacerspacer                spacerspacer1617 (22984.7)  

From A Short–Title Catalogue of Books Printed in France and French Books Printed in Other Countries from 1470 to 1600 Now in the British Library: Supplement.  London: British Library, 1986.  Page 69:

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                  Paris: Ambroise Girauld, 1528   

From Donald Wing, John J. Morrison, et al.  A Short–Title Catalogue of Books Printed in England, Scotland, Ireland, Wales, and British America and of English Books Printed in Other Countries 1641 – 1700.  Revised ed.  New York: Modern Language Association of America, 1972 – 1988.  Vol. III, pp. 412 - 31:

spacerspacer                London:  E. T. pro Societate Stationariorum, 1663 (4787B)
spacerspacer                London:  R. D. pro Societate Stationariorum, 1665 (4787C)
spacerspacer                London:  J. C. pro Societate Stationariorum, 1667 (4787D)
spacerspacer                London:                    [?]                                , 1667 (4787E)



NOTE 1 C 23, 90, 132, 341, and 419 are all unrecorded in the Index aureliensis.  In addition, C 182 = 334, according to the Index aureliensis (112.692), andC 44 = 54 (ibid., 112.391).  

NOTE 2 Carmina Illustrium poetarum italorum (C 489), which contains the Latin text of all ten eclogues (vol. 6, pp. 184 – 240), should also be included.