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New Haven, CT, Yale University, Beinecke Rare Book & Manuscript Library,  Osborn a22
Description: 1 v. (64 ff.) - thick vellum. - Bequest of James M. Osborn, 1976.
Notes:-The manuscript also includes notes on Aristotle's "Organon" and on Porphyry; commentaries in Latin on the Greek and Hebrew tests of the Lord's Prayer and the Apostles' Creed, with texts of each in Italian and French; an incomplete commentary on the Hebrew text of Esther. Manuscript, on paper, in cursive script, produced in Oxford, England, from 1589-1591. John Smyth of Nibley was a genealogical antiquary. This manuscript was written from 1589 to 1591, while he was at Magdalen College, Oxford (1587-1594).
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Language: Latin; Italian; French; Greek; Hebrew Century: 16th

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Description: - 20 cm. x 15 cm.
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Assigned Date: 1589.Searchable Date Range: 1589 - 1589
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Notes: Binding: thick vellum.
Number of Texts: 1

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Author: Smyth, John 1567-1640.
Title: Commentary on John Seton's Dialectica, 1589.
Subjects: Smyth, John, 1567-1640.; Aristotle--Criticism and interpretation--Early works to 1800.; Lord's prayer--Commentaries.; Apostles' Creed--Commentaries.;
Language(s): Latin; Italian; French; Greek; Hebrew