Here begynneth a litil boke the whiche traytied and reherced many gode thinges necessaries for the infirmite & grete sekenesse called pestilence the whiche often times enfecteth vs /

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Author / Creator:Joannes Jacobi, -1384.
Uniform title:Regimen contra pestilentiam. English. 1485
Imprint:[London : William de Machlinia, ca. 1485]
Description:1 online resource ([18+] p.)
Language:English
Series:Early English books online.
Subject:Plague -- Early works to 1800.
Incunabula -- England -- London -- 1485.
Black letter types (Type evidence) -- England -- 16th century.
Format: E-Resource Book
URL for this record:http://pi.lib.uchicago.edu/1001/cat/bib/11852592
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Varying Form of Title:Litil boke the whiche traytied and reherced many gode thinges necessaries for the infirmite & grete sekenesse called pestilence
Here beginneth a little book the which treated and rehearsed many good things necessary for the infirmity and great sickness called pestilence
Other title:Here begynneth a litil boke the whiche traytied many gode thinges for the pestilence.
Other authors / contributors:Knutsson, Bengt, -1462, attributed name.
Machlinia, William de, active 1481-1486, printer.
Notes:Title from first lines of text.
Imprint of publication suggested by STC (2nd ed.).
Although often attributed in incunable editions to Benedictus Kamisius, Kamintus, Canutus or Kanuti (i.e. Bengt Knutsson, bishop of Västerås), the author is probably Johannes Jacobi (i.e. Jean Jasme or Jacme) (Wickersheimer). Cf. John Rylands University Library of Manchester.
Without foliation, register, headlines, director or catchwords, initial A at the beginning of the text and all paragraph marks are supplied by hand in red, black letter, a full page contains 24 lines.
Ms. notes detailing provenance precedes text.
Imperfect: misbound, last leaf wanting.
Reproduction of original in: John Rylands University Library of Manchester.
STC (2nd ed.), 4589
ESTC S91355