Colchester: University of Essex Library, Harsnett H.g.32
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Basel: Nicolaus Episcopius (iunior), 1556
Dark brown calf over pasteboards, fillet panel with corner fleurons and centrepiece in blind, now rather rubbed. Blind fillets to the edges. Holes at fore-edge for ties. Rebacked and repaired extensively (s. xx).
John Field ('Johannes Feldus pertinet, 10s.', in neat hand across top of title-page, also the usual cursive signature on the same page); elected a fellow of Pembroke Hall, Cambridge, in 1593 (A. Hegarty, Biographical Register of St John’s College, Oxford, 1555–1660, OHS n.s. 43 (2011), 273).
Pembroke College, Cambridge ('Cantab. Aulae Pemb.' on title-page, appended after Field's cursive signature).
And below a motto: ‘Omne nimium vertitur in vitium’.
Samuel Harsnett (1561–1631), archbishop of York, 1629–31.