Opusculum multarum bonaru[m] rerum refertum, ut sunt.  Diui Augustini meditationes, et eiusde[m] soliloquia, et manuale … 

Venice, Pietro Quarengi, 6 March 1512. 

Small 8vo, ff. [4], 143, [1 (blank)]; text in two columns, woodcut initials, imprint from colophon; small hole to first leaf touching a few letters, some damp staining to first quire, small worm track to lower margin of quire M, occasional foxing; overall good in 18th-century vellum over boards, title in gilt within gilt frame to spine; some wear to fore-edge of lower board, a few light marks; a few near contemporary marginal marks and manicules, ‘Domenico Carini’ inscribed to front free endpaper.

£750

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Uncommon edition of various devotional works, comprising: the pseudo-Augustinian Meditations, Soliloquies, and a treatise on the word of God; meditations on the human condition, and a letter on leading the perfect life, attributed to Bernard of Clairvaux; a short sermon assigned to Peter Damian; Anselm’s Meditation on human redemption; poems by Pius II (in praise of Augustine) and Maffeo Vegio (in praise of Augustine’s mother St Monica); a sermon by St Bernard on the Passion of Christ; and Vincent Ferrer’s Treatise on the spiritual life. 

EDIT16 CNCE 36212.  Only one copy in the UK recorded on Library Hub, at the BL. 

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