The First Cambridge Press in Its European Setting

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NOTES

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Francis Jenkinson. See the Prefaces and Notes by Bradshaw, Gray and jenkinson to the facsimile reprints of Bullock Oratio ( 1886), the 'Augustinus' ( 1896), the Hermathena ( 1886); also Robert Bowes and G. J. Gray, John Siberch, Bibliographical Notes ( 1906); E. Gordon Duff, The English Provincial Printers, Stationers and Bookbinders to 1557 ( Cambridge, 1912); S. C. Roberts, A History of the Cambridge University Press, 1521-1921 ( Cambridge, 1921).

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Jo. Caesarius of Cologne. See P. S. Allen, Opus Epistolarum III, p. 262 (Ep. 808). On Jo. Caesarius see Allen note in Op. Ep. II, p. 172 and below p. 35. one of his bindings. See F. J. H. Jenkinson, 'On a Letter from P. Kaetz to J. Siberch', in Proceedings of Camb. Antiq. Soc. VII, p. 186; G. J. Gray, The Earlier Cambridge Stationers and Bookbinders and the First Cambridge Printer (Bibl. Soc. 1904), pp. 54-61.

Richard Croke of Eton and King's. J. T. Sheppard, Richard Croke ( Cambridge, 1919); also Erasmus, Epp. 415, 553. See G. Bauch, "Die Anfänge des Studiums d. griech. Sprache u. Litt. in Norddeutschland", in Mitt. d. Ges. f. deutsche Erziehungs- und Schulgeschichte, VI ( 1896), pp. 177 ff.

William Grocyn at London. Erasmus, Ep. 227, recommending Croke to John Colet in 1511: 'quondam minister et discipulus Grocini.' See Allen's note there ( Op. Ep. I, p. 467).

Jerome Aleander at Paris. See Aleander's letter to Erasmus (Ep. 256): 'Crocus communis discipulus noster'.

'Encomium Moriae' through the press. See Erasmus' letter to Botzheim (Op. Ep. 1, p. 19): 'aderam Lutetiae cure per Ricardum Crocum pessimis formulis depravatissime excuderetur.'

godfather of one of his sons. See Leon Dorez, "Une Lettre de Gilles de Gourmont à Girol. Aleandro", in Revue des Bibliothèques ( 1898), p. 206. See also L. Delaruelle, Répertoire de la Correspondance de G. Budé ( 1907), p. 86, note 4 to a Greek letter from Budé to Croke, Paris, 3 Nov. 1519.

publicum professorem ama. A copy in C.U.L. Of Croke's teaching in Louvain and Cologne we find otherwise no trace, and have to accept his word for it. At Leipzig he stayed nearly four years and had among his pupils there Jo. Camerarius and others.

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Foreword vii
  • Preface ix
  • I - Siberch's Ten Books 1
  • II - The Emphasis on Greek 21
  • III- Continental Scholar-Printers 41
  • Notes 57
  • Appendix A - List of Bullock's Books 69
  • Appendix B - Renaissance Translations from the Greek 72
  • Appendix C - Type Facsimiles 83
  • Index 95
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