Farfel Notebook 03: Leaves 135-222

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142 Feb 2, 1983 Calif. Book Fair The Jenkins Co. $35.00 (25) Shakespeare, William (1564-1616) Mr. William Shakespeares Comidies, Histories and Tragedies The Second Impression. London: Thomas Cotes, 1632. folio in sixes. Issued under 5 different imprints p. 330-359-Othello These publishers were all proprietors of 1 or more of the copyrights in Shakespeare's plays Robert Allot 1 order of printing - STC 22274 VV 4 p 335-6 William (Stanford) Aspley 3 - b Act II Richard Hawkins 4 - c Scene I Richard Meighan 5 rarest d - John Smethwick 2 - STC 22274e 454 leaves, printed in double columns within ruled borders, title with Droeshout portrait. (178x289mm) Pforzheimer (12 1/2 x 8 3/8") 906 Allot + 7 Smethwick Grolier 100, 19. my leaf no watermark 33.9x22.5cm Greg Vol III p.113. 13 3/16 x 8 13/16 inches

[inserted] VV 329 VV2 331 VV3 333 4 5 5 7 6 339 XX 341 XX1 3 XX3 5 [end inserted] Shakespeare folios + quarto p.22.33, AP7, f [inserted] 2nd folio good copy - 13 1/2 x 8 3/4" [end inserted] Rare Book Coll. Stanford copy 13 7/16" A.W. Pollard -text, page for page reprint of 1623 ed., the number of leaves is the same. 1st folio Tat in the imprint, the name of Isaac Jaggerd replaces that of his father William (as in the colophon) might be explained by the latters death some time before 4 Nov. 1623. 3rd folio 3 different printers Roger Daniels (1663-4) John Hayes(?) Alice Warren - widow of Thomas The 2nd folio is remarkable for an important publishing "first" namely, the 1st appearance in print of John Milton's work. His 16 line rhymed couplets "An Epitaph on the admirable Dramatic Poet, W. Shakespeare" appears on the famous "Effigies" leaf. -of the 4 folios, only the 1st is considered to have any textural authority.

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It was in 1632 that a start was made in re-editing the 1st Folio. The actual editors of the successive folios subjected the spelling of the 1st folio to a continuous modernization, + various slight grammatical or syntactical irregularities are smoothed away. 1st Folio 12 5/8 x 8 1/8" - printing began at Jaggard's shop in Barbican (London) in 1621 + was not completed until late in 1623. Apparently the 1st plan had been to bring out 3 folios, as the Comedies, Histories + Tragedies [inserted] Shakespeare Folios Haverford College Ref Z2012 H385 [end inserted] have seperate paginations for each group. As published, however, the single vol. of the 1st F contains all 3 in a book of 908 7 pages. The plays are printed in a Roman type of a size slightly smaller than modern pica in 2 columns to the page. original price =1 500-1000 copies (estimate) 2nd Folio - some unknown person (or persons) went through the plays, revising the spelling, improving syntax + regularizing all Latin names + stage directions. This unknown "editor" even attempted to clarify "the meaning" of some individual [inserted] 3rd F ('64) 13x8 3/8" 4th F 13 11/16 x 8 3/4" [end inserted] lines. The 2nd F, therefore is by no means a mere reprint of the 1st (1000 copies) -2nd folio -163 perfect copies known -16, Smethwick variant -9 variant title pages -5 Allot, 1 Aspley, 1 Hawkins, 1 Meighen, 1 Smethwick. -3 variant "Effigies" leaves. The 2nd folio, like the 1st was printed upon crown paper of good quality, but unlike the 1st was made up from odd lots of paper bearing many different watermarks. Watermarks in teh Folio are frequently turned upside down.

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143 Feb 26, 1985 Calif. Book Fair Dawson's Book Shop $60.00 Paraldus, Gulielmus, O.P. born near Lyons about 1190. (d. c. 1260 7) Summa de vitiis (undated) Basel: Berthold Ruppel, c. 1474 or earlier. folio Ref: Goff P89 H. 12385 BMC III. 715 Pr 9449 Cop HEHL, New L. Geldner, Die deutecher Inkunebeldrucker, I, 109-112 332 laws, the last blank 34 lines, 193x121mm type 112 Captial spaces 4 pinholes (276x194mm)

First ed. The text si a general treatise on sins and human vices by the Dominican Guillaume Perault (Peraldus), suffragon Bishop of Lyon (d. c. 1260 7) See Kraus (at 93 = 102)

Plate #18 Haebler. Basel. Type 2. "One may resonably doubt whether Puppels Type 2 is to be considered as a new type or whether it is not rather to be considered as a recasting on a somewhat smaller body of his Type 1. The forms of the letters agree almost absolutely. It is here that for the somewhat badly formed e of the 1st type, a clearer + more agreeable shape has been designed, but all the other differences are either not continued or may be accounted for by a change in the practice of setting. It is known what for reaching deductions the Gutenberg investigators have drawn from these differences of forms that are met with in single letters in Gutenberg's earliest books. A class study of the other early types will show that such alternatives are by no means annual with the types of the early days. Therefore, one must not give too much import ot these alterations."

THe volume was produced by B. Rappel the 1st pritner of Basel [inserted] introduced printing no later than 1468 [end inserted] who is believed to have been the assistant of Johann Gutenberg. "Batolff von Hannouwe", who testified in the lawsuit between Gutenberg + Fust in 1455.

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Paruldus - a french theologian died in 1255. (Guillaume de Payraud) (Guillelmus Peraldus) Sometimes called "Lugdenensis" from his disease; sometimes "Parisiensis" from his House of Studies.

La Grande Encyclopedia Vol 19 p 577 AE 25 G7 Guillaume (Frere) dit Peraldus - dominicain celebre par ses ecrits, ne a Payraud (Ardecha) vers la fin du XIIC mort a Lyon avant 1260. Il entra dans l'orde des freres precheurs recemment fonde et fut envoye an convent de Lyon ou il resta toute sa vie. Il passa les desnieres annees de sa vie a evongelesir les populations de la Savoie et de Damphine. Le trait caracteristique de sa biographic c'est que la pluport de ses ouvrages ont ete publies sous d'autre noms, tandis qu'on lui en attribuait d'autres qui n'etaient pas de lui. En resume Frere Guillaume est l'auteur des ouvrages suivants, tres appreccies de son temps, et qui ont pour aimsi dire fait loi dans les monastues jusqu'a la Somme de St. T. d'Aquin: Summa de vitis et irrtutibus, imprimee pour la 1st See #229 fois a Cologne (1479), ouvrage faussement attribue a G. d'Auxere, archeue que de Sens; un recucil de Sermons (Paris 1499 1st ed) attribues a G. d'Auvergne (evegue de Paris) etc. B. Ruppel - only known to have printed 16 books - all folios -none bear a date Type 112 - appears to be the preceding type (119 - large Gothic text type) on a smaller body, except that e is larger + does not appear tilted + that only rounded d is found. -Paraldus' works were highly esteemed, especially by Johann Gerson + Johann Geiler von Kaisersberg, who mentions the "Summa" with praise.

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The "Summa de vitiis", a counterpart to his "Summa de virtutibus" (1st published about 1475 by M. Wenssler, the 2nd printer of Basel) contains a. o. chapters on gluttony, vanity, avarice, jealousy, wrath, defamation, blasphemy, slander, perjury, etc. Franciscan Literature of the Middle Ages William Peraldus (Pegrault) a French friar - preacher published an extensive treatise on the capital vices, the Summa de vitiis, which some yrs. later complimented with a Summa de virtutibus. It gave authoritative form to the classif. + the iconography in which medieval writers Typically think about the delineation of "psycological" action, + it was beyond question one of the seminal respositories of the "allegorical imagery" of medieval - Renaissance poets - painters. [crossed out] -Paraldus' works were highly esteemed, especially by Johann Gerson + Johemn Geiler von Kaisersberg, who mentions the "Summa" with praise. [end crosses out] HEHL (93091) listed as 1469 rubricated in red my leaf F4 (of 10) - Capitulum XXXVIII -last 1/3 of book. De in obediecia in Bmuori my leaf 3 of 10 in this chapter folio 183. Incipit tractus de vicio superbic. Quare vicia sic ordine tur et de radicibus horuus vitiorum. Prima pars. (has 40 Capitulum.) -contains 9 parts (6- Supbia) Summa de vitis (de virtutibus) - gave authoritative form to the classification + the iconography of the capital vices + virtues, = there fore to the ways in which medieval writers typically think about the delineation fo "psychological' action, + it was beyond question one of the seminal repositories of the "allegorical imagery" of medieval + Renaissance poets + painters.

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