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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1898 edition. Excerpt: ..." Revertor in scholam nostram Parisiensem causa fidei (quam mihi jam dudum imposuisti) regi nobilibusque regiis exposita" (Correspondence of Fichet with Bessario, 9th letter). (86) "Sagacissimo autem viro M. Guillelmo Ficheto praedidlo qui suarum literarum communicatione nos dignatus est decorare, gratias ingentissimas referre voluit praetata natio (Picardorum); literas quoque decrevit ad gratias agendum summo nostro Pontifici pro tanto munere collato" (Partie des pieces qui concernent festat present et ancien de FUniversite de Paris; Paris, imprime chez Jean Julien, imprimeur et libraire-jure de 1'Universite, 1653. 410. 3rd series of pieces, p. 13). Some weeks before, after his departure from the Sorbonne, Fichet had been received canon of Geneva through his brother, Mamert Fichet, Bishop "in partibus" of Hebron, "Veneris XVI. mensis Oftobris 1472, Dominus Guillelmus Fichet fuit receptus in canonicatu, in persona domini Ebrinensis fratris ejus" (Archives cantonales de Geneve, B. 3). (86A) They were incorporated with the library of the College of the Sorbonne at the time of the French Revolution. When the property of the convents and religious houses was confiscated, they were sent with others to the Bibliotheque Nationale, where they are now preserved. (87) Royer could reckon with confidence on the liberality of Cardinal Rolin, Bishop of Autun. A few years after (in 1480), the building of the old library was much damaged and decayed. The college had no money to have it rebuilt. Under these circumstances, Master Jean Royer commissioned the provisor to see the Bishop of Autun, who had formerly promised a sum of money for the expenses of the work. "Qui alias ad hoc opus perficiendum promiserat...
  • ISBN13: 9781230446189
  • Publisher: Theclassics.Us
  • Pubilcation Year: 2013
  • Format: Paperback
  • Pages: 00036
Dimensions7.4 x 0.1 x 9.7 inches
Primary CategoryHistory/General

The First Paris Press; An Account of the Books Printed for G. Fichet and J. Heynlin in the Sorbonne, 1470-1472

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