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A: Books with clear evidence of being Adam Winthrop's

Wiki MarkupBound together The Book of Common Prayer (1615); John Speed's The Genealoggies 66of the Scriptures (1611); The Bible (OT 1614; NT 1615), Two Concordances by R. F. Herry \ [?|?\] (1619) & The Psalms set to music by Sternhold & Hopkins (1618) -- handwritten notes by AW MHS:
– handwritten notes by AW
MHS: WL

Alanus de Insulis, Anticlaudiani Singulari (Basel, 1536)
– AW identification of author on title page & some notes
MHS:WL

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Aristotle, Aristotelis ad Nicomachum filium, de Moribus, quae Ethica Nominatur, Libi Decem (Paris, 1572)
– extensive marginal notes in what appears to be italic hand of AW, most notes simply summarizing or highlighting popints in text
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Wiki MarkupBede, Axiomata Philosophicae (Cologne, 1605) -- there is extensive writing in an old hand that is not
– there is extensive writing in an old hand that is not AW's on the front and back fly leaves. At the top of the fly leaf in front of the title page is "Spes \ [ \ ] Christus" in AW's hand.
NYS: 34

Blundeville, Thomas,The Foure Chiefest Offices belonging to Horsemanship (1580)
– Th Blundevill of Newton Flotman in Norfolke,; dedicated to Lord Robert Dudley, Earl of Leicester; no notes except loose mss frgament stuck in back which is two lines of a medical recipe of some sort, evidently in hand of AW
NYS: 39

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Cosin, Richard, An Apologie of and for sundrie proceedings by Jurisdiction Ecclesiastical by R C (1591).
WPI: 41

Wiki MarkupCotta, John, The Triall of Witch-Craft, Shewing the True and Right Methode of the Discovery: with a Confutation of erroneous wayes by Dr. John Cotta, Doctor in Physicke (London, 1616) -- a lot of AW notes and
– a lot of AW notes and "A.W.G." signature; marginal notes include references to Stowe's Annals, Camden, Grimeston, Foxe, Holingshed, and Lambard's Perambulation; on the blank page facing the start of Cotts' "To the Reader" AW writes "Luce licet propria clarum sit clarius eius/ sit splendore tamen, cui titulater opus" and "Qui deo fidit furiosa Philtra/ non sibi possunt, nec amara Cirees/ vasa, non atra\[ \ ] rabies Megera"; AW draws a hand pointing to Cotta's sentence "I was of late yeares Physician unto a right Noble Lady"; and at the end of that epistle AW writes under the name of John Cotta "the sonne of Peter Cotta an Italian"; on back fly leaf he gives a summary list of Cotta's sources and the pages where Cottas drew information.
NYS: 78

Wiki MarkupCowell, John, The Interpreter, a booke containing the signification of Words: Wherein is set foorth the true meaning of all such words and termes as are mentioned in the Lawe writers or Statutes (Cambridge, 1607) -- on title page in AW hand is "the proclamation concerning the suppressing of this book shalbe repea\[ \] \[ \] James Deusrex -- the missing words are cut off in trimming. At the bottom of the page in AW's hand is "This Doctor Cowell we ellect & appoynt Judge of the \[ \] Court if the office be voyd by treason or murder by the now Judge theirof & absolut Judge of the the Court of High Admirall of England James Deu reax" WPI: 139 and MHS:
– on title page in AW hand is "the proclamation concerning the suppressing of this book shalbe repea[ ] [ ] James Deusrex – the missing words are cut off in trimming. At the bottom of the page in AW's hand is "This Doctor Cowell we ellect & appoynt Judge of the [ ] Court if the office be voyd by treason or murder by the now Judge theirof & absolut Judge of the the Court of High Admirall of England James Deu reax"
WPI: 139 and MHS: SL

Dorn, Gerard, Monarchia Triadis in Unitate, Soli Deo Sacra (n d)
– signature of AW and "monarchia Dorn" written on fly leaf
NYS: 87

Wiki MarkupDubravius, Janus, A new booke of good husbandry ... conteining the Order and maner of making fish pondes, with the breeding, preserving and multiplying of the Carpe, Tench, Pike, and Trout written in Latin by Ianus Dubravius and translated into English at the request of George Churchez \ [?|?\] (1599) -- 2
– 2 copies, in one last p missing & supplied in handrwiting of AW
MHS: WL

Du Jon, Francois, ?
– in notes to #45 above AW writes that "Mr Francis Junius wrote analysis in Latine of this prophet which I have"; (the prophet Jonas? or Abdias?): check Du Jon's De Peccato primo Adami (1595) or Sacrorum parallelorum libri tres (2nd ed 1590); see also references B 11-17 below)
NYS: 122

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Lambard, William, Eirenarcha, or the Office of the Justices of Peace, in foure Bookes (London, 1610)
– marginal notes that could be AW; handwriting at top of title page severely trimmed and illegible
MHS: SL

Wiki MarkupLambard, William, The Perambulation of Kent (1596) -- with extensive notes by AW on Lambard & on the text, often elaborating on text or providing additional information on places and events (including a number of providential stories); at the front of the book AW uses one blank page to write the following: "In Laudem Authoris huis Libri, carmen saphicum Gestiunt Musae, Charites triumphant, gestit insignis, lituis Apollo Pallas, ac Orpheus, monumenta Lambard, Cernere tanta Ipse ne ditem videar beare, aureis nummis, calabrosue porris, vel redun dantem Bromeum racerris , Dicere Cesso Estopus digne solido cupresso Et cedro sua, simulate laude Mascrima; Bardi celebrate famam Cantii alumni Laude Lambardus celebris peremi nunciacet pressus turnulo sed exit Fama per latum vaga, clara spargens Facta per orbem. Cantii splendor, patriae decusa Vir bonus, nulli pietate cedens Qui deo fideus, arrimam beatam Reddidit illia. Dignum Laude virum Musa vetat mori AWG (Adam Winthrop Gentleman) elsewhere AW uses a blank page to write: "Mr Wm Lambarde was the sonne and heire of John Lambarde an Alderman and Shryve of London anno D 1551 & Eliz. 6. \[ \] who was free of the Company of the Drapers. He was first brought up in Oxforde, and afterwardes a student of the common Lawe in Lincolnes Inne and there was made an utter barrester, I a Bencher of the same house. And by Sr Tho. Bromley then L. Chancelor he was put into the Commission of the peace in Kent. And by the Lorde Cobham Lately L.Chamberlayne he was muche used bothe in publike and also in his private affaires for he was wise \[ \] and religious, as appereth by this booke, and divers other wch he compiled. He builded certaine almes houses in Greenewych (where he died) and gave Landes of a good yerely value for ever, to maintaine them. He departed out of this lyfe in the threescore and third yere of his age, the 21th day of August, anno 1601 and in th4e three and fortieth yere of the blessed reigne of Queene Elizabeth and lyeth buryed in sainte Alphegs churche in Greenewych. In memoria erit iustus. Mr Lambardes first wife was the daughter of Mr Moulton, by whom he had issue three sonnes & one daughter, the 2 yongest sonnes were twynnes, and died after their father, in thge 17 yere of their ages. Whose names were Gore and Vane. Ther elder brothers name is Moulton, who was knighted by Kinge James. WPI: 71;
– with extensive notes by AW on Lambard & on the text, often elaborating on text or providing additional information on places and events (including a number of providential stories); at the front of the book AW uses one blank page to write the following:
"In Laudem Authoris huis Libri, carmen saphicum
Gestiunt Musae, Charites triumphant, gestit insignis, lituis Apollo
Pallas, ac Orpheus, monumenta Lambard,
Cernere tanta
Ipse ne ditem videar beare, aureis nummis, calabrosue porris,
vel redun dantem Bromeum racerris
, Dicere Cesso
Estopus digne solido cupresso
Et cedro sua, simulate laude Mascrima; Bardi celebrate famam
Cantii alumni
Laude Lambardus celebris
peremi nunciacet pressus turnulo sed exit
Fama per latum vaga, clara spargens
Facta per orbem.
Cantii splendor, patriae decusa
Vir bonus, nulli pietate cedens
Qui deo fideus, arrimam beatam
Reddidit illia.
Dignum Laude virum Musa vetat mori AWG (Adam Winthrop Gentleman)
elsewhere AW uses a blank page to write:
"Mr Wm Lambarde was the sonne and heire of John Lambarde an Alderman and Shryve of London anno D 1551 & Eliz. 6. [ ] who was free of the Company of the Drapers. He was first brought up in Oxforde, and afterwardes a student of the common Lawe in Lincolnes Inne and there was made an utter barrester, I a Bencher of the same house. And by Sr Tho. Bromley then L. Chancelor he was put into the Commission of the peace in Kent. And by the Lorde Cobham Lately L.Chamberlayne he was muche used bothe in publike and also in his private affaires for he was wise [ ] and religious, as appereth by this booke, and divers other wch he compiled. He builded certaine almes houses in Greenewych (where he died) and gave Landes of a good yerely value for ever, to maintaine them. He departed out of this lyfe in the threescore and third yere of his age, the 21th day of August, anno 1601 and in th4e three and fortieth yere of the blessed reigne of Queene Elizabeth and lyeth buryed in sainte Alphegs churche in Greenewych. In memoria erit iustus. Mr Lambardes first wife was the daughter of Mr Moulton, by whom he had issue three sonnes & one daughter, the 2 yongest sonnes were twynnes, and died after their father, in thge 17 yere of their ages. Whose names were Gore and Vane. Ther elder brothers name is Moulton, who was knighted by Kinge James.
WPI: 71; MHS:WP

Leeuwius, Dionysius, probably either Commentaria in Epistolas Canonicas (1530 & 1545) or Commenataria in Omnes Divi Pauli Epistolas (1531 & 1545)
--Cartusian monk in Netherlands (1394-1471)
WPI: 140

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The Doctrine of the Bible; or Rules of Discipline. Briefly gathered through the whole course of the Scripture, by way of Questions & Answeres (London, 1616?) – correct title? date?
– in his notes in Walther's Homilies above AW writes "In the Doctrine of the bible by Questions & Answeres, this booke is unfolded, fol: 142"
see NYS: 122

Wiki Markup \ [\_____\_|______\], ?De Unione Britaniae ? -- shown to AW by H Munning in 1604 WP, ?
– shown to AW by H Munning in 1604
WP, I:85

The Calendar of Scripture Whearin the Hebru, Chaldien, Arabian, Phenician, Syrian, Persian, Greek, and Latin names of Nations, Cuntreys, Men ... mentioned, by order of letters are set and turned into our English toungue (1575)
– on title page "William Robinson" in 16th or 17th c hand; "Explicit" in what looks like hand of AW; also possible since bound with B25
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