By John Claud Trewinard Oates
J. C. T. Oates all started paintings at Cambridge college Library in 1936. in the course of his lengthy, scholarly occupation, which incorporated serving as president of the Bibliographical Societies of London and Cambridge, he did a lot to additional examine on the collage Library. In 1954 he released this catalogue of the fifteenth-century revealed books, which have been no longer integrated often library catalogues. lists over 4250 goods, with particular details for these now not already defined in different guides, and offers references to such info the place it already existed. The fifteenth-century fabric is indexed by way of position of ebook, and is listed through writer, name if nameless, printer, and previous vendors and autographs. even if smooth catalogues of incunabula are actually to be had on-line, Oates' catalogue is the one one permitting readers to find goods held by way of the Library from the earliest days of printing, and continues to be a big software for researchers.
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1 Annales typographic^ vol. I, pp. 41, 60; [iv=] ed. nov. vol. 1, p. 273. 2 General history of printing (1732), pp. 100, 102. 3 Printed by John Nichols in Literary anecdotes (1812), vol. 1, pp. 542-7; reprinted in Two music speeches at Cambridge.. by Roger Long.. and John Taylor... (1819). A contemporary transcript of the letter, formerly in the possession of Francis Jenkinson, is now Add. MS. 4403. 4 Annales typographic^ [iv=] ed. nov. vol. 1 (1733), p. 438; followed by Panzer, 1, 371. 15, Hain 2100 and Campbell 204.
He was succeeded by Robert Peachey. 5 Luard's * Collectanea', 1, 19. This shows the number of printed volumes on each shelf and the total number in each class and in each of the two rooms. The total of the manuscripts is given, but no details of the numbers on each shelf or in each class. 12 A BRIEF HISTORY OF THE COLLECTION of nearly 16,000 volumes (among which were a little over 3 50 incunables), divided into two sections, the first comprising classes distinguished by letters (A-T), the second classes distinguished by numbers (5-14, 19).
Rotherham's gate was bought by Sir John Cotton and rebuilt as the entrance to the courtyard at Madingley Hall, and so is happily restored to the University by the recent purchase of the Hall. 3 Willis and Clark, vol. 111, pp. 74-7. 4 Cf. Conyers Middleton, Bibliothecae Cantabrigiensis ordinandae methodus quaedam (1723). e. the Dome Room] condusijam servantur libri omnes a Rege donati.. quorumpars insuper magna humi adhuc confusa jacet. The creation in 1721 of the office of Protobibliothecarius in order that Middleton might be elected to it is an episode in the Bentley-Middleton vendetta rather than a stage in the Library's history.
Catalogue of the Fifteenth-Century Printed Books in the University Library, Cambridge by John Claud Trewinard Oates