Catalogue Entry: THEM00054

'Proœmium' and first chapter of a treatise on Church history

Author: Isaac Newton

Source: Yahuda Ms. 11, National Library of Israel, Jerusalem, Israel

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Custodial History

Bought at the Sotheby sale by 'Ulysses' (Jacob Schwartz?) for £17. Schwartz told Yahuda on 15 Feb. 1937 that he could have it on inspection for £35, and Yahuda evidently took him up on this offer.

Sotheby Lot

SL234

Contents

The 'Proœmium' occupies the first 7 folios; the remaining 40 are headed simply 'Lib. I cap. 1' and deal principally with the rise of monasticism.

[1] ✝ Athan. in Vit. Anton.

[2] ✝ an. 328. 23, 24

[3] ✝ an. 340. 7

[4] ✝ Hieron. ad Princip. Ep. 6.

[5] ✝ in Vita Hillarionis.

[6] ✝ anno 8vo Valentiniani. Greg. Turonens.

[7] Aug. de morib. eccl. c. 33.

[8] ✝ Ev. in vit. SS. patr. c. 5.

[9] ✝ Vit. SS. Patr. C. 5.

[10] ✝ Hieron. in Vita Hillar. & in Isa. 20.

[11] ✝ L. 16 de Pœnis, C. Theod.

[12] ✝ Hieron. Epitaph. Paulæ ad Eustochium.

[13] ✝ Apud Ambros. serm. 69 de natali Eusebij Vercell.

[14] ✝ De diversis Serm. 28 vel 48.

[15] ✝ in vita Augustini.

[16] ✝ in vita Martini.

[17] ✝ Dial. 3. c. 20.

[18] ✝ L. 32 de Episc. et cler. C. Theod.

[19] ✝ an. 394. 9, 10.

[20] Can 9

[21] ✝ Can 4

[22] Can 3

[23] ✝ Epist 198 ad Paregorium

[24] Note:The contents of this note are only visible in the diplomatic transcript because they were deleted on the original manuscript

[25] ✝ in Concil. Binij, tom. 1. p 473.

[26] can 7

[27] ✝ can 2

[28] ✝ in Vit. Hilar. apud Sur.

[29] Note:The contents of this note are only visible in the diplomatic transcript because they were deleted on the original manuscript

[30] Can. 25 in Cod. Concil. Afr. Revera Can. 3 Conc. III Carthag.

[31] Can 19

[32] ✝ Vt in Cod. Can. Afr. habetur

[33] In vita Mosis c. 22.

[34] Apud Palladium in vita Eliæ.

[35] Apud Palladium in vita Eliæ.

[36] Epist ad Rusticum.

[37] Epist. ad Eustochium de custod. Virgin.

[38] ✝ Epist. ad Nepotianum.

[39] ✝ inducam

[40] ✝ apud Rosweydum in Vit. Patr.

[41] Note:The contents of this note are only visible in the diplomatic transcript because they were deleted on the original manuscript

[42] {Vi}t. Anton p. 467.

[43] ✝ Ruffin in Vit. Patr l 2. sec 35.

[44] ✝ ib. sec 174

[45] lib: 10 sec 4 Apud Rosweydum lib 5

[46] Ib l: 1 s: 9

[47] Ib l 7, s 24

[48] Ib l: 10, s: 62.

[49] Ib. l: 11, s: 43.

[50] Ib. l: 5 s: 5.

[51] ✝ Hist. Laus. cap 59

[52] Collat 22, cap. 2, 3.

[53] ✝ Evagr. de octo vitiosis cogitationibus. in Bibl. S. Patr.

[54] ✝ Auctor Græc. Interp Ioanne subdiacono sect 34 apud Rosweydum

[55] ✝ Cass. de institutis Cœnob lib. 12. cap. 20.

[56] ✝ Vit. patr. l. 2, c 9

[57] ✝ Collat 2 cap. 10, 11, 12, 13.

[58] ✝ ib: collat. 2. cap 11.

[59] ✝ Apud Ruffin vit. patr. l. 2, sec: 177.

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