Dictionnaire bibliographique choisi du quinzième siècle: ou, Description par ordre alphabétique des éditions les plus rares et les plus recherchées du quinzième siècle : précédé d'un Essai historique sur l'origine de l'imprimerie, ainsi que sur l'histoire de son établissement dans les villes, bourgs, monastères et autres endroits de l'Europe : avec la notice des imprimeurs qui y ont exercé cet art jusqu'à l'an 1500, Band 1

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Seite 2 - ... cœur désirons vous complaire, et accomplir ce qui vous est agréable , comme tenus sommes , avons délivré audit président ledit livre pour le faire écrire...
Seite 321 - At last, with much ado, they got off one of the under workmen, whose name was Frederick Corsells, or rather Corsellis ; who late one night stole from his fellows in disguise, into a vessel prepared before for that purpose ; and so the wind, favouring the design, brought him safe to London.
Seite 320 - Holland, might be a creditable pretence, as well for his going as staying in the Low Countries. Mr. Tumour was in disguise, his beard and hair shaven quite off, but Mr. Caxton appeared known and public.
Seite 321 - ... purpose ; and so the wind, favouring the design, brought him safe to London. It was not thought so prudent to set him on work at London, but by the archbishop's means, who had been Vice-chancellor and afterwards Chancellor of the University of Oxon, Corsellis was carried with a guard to Oxon, which...
Seite 15 - ... operarum ministri, prima mali labes, quos inter Joannes quidam, sive is (ut fert suspicio) Faustus fuerit ominoso cognomine , hero suo infidus et infaustus , sive alius eo nomine , non magnopere laboro , quod silentum umbras inquietare nolim , contagione conscientiae quondam dum viverent tactas. Is ad operas excusorias sacramento dictus, postquam artem jungendorum characterum , fusilium typorum peritiam...
Seite 326 - I haue practysed and lerned at my grete charge and dispense to ordeyne this said book in prynte after the maner and forme as ye may here see...
Seite 320 - Turnour took to his assistance Mr. Caxton, a citizen of good abilities, who, trading much into Holland, might be a creditable pretence, as well for his going as staying in the Low Countries.
Seite 321 - So, as the King was fain to send five hundred marks more, Mr. Tumour having written to the King that he had almost done his work, a bargain, as he said, being struck...

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