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Scope/Content: Manuscript. Table of contents at the end of the volume. Scope/Content: Manuscript of Arnauld d'Andilly's Lives of the fathers translated into English by "J.M., " whose identity is unknown. J.M. was most likely the writer of this volume in addition to being the transcriber, as there are many corrections and changes in wording to the otherwise impeccably neat text. It appears that this is perhaps only half of the translation that J.M. executed, as a bookseller's pencil notation on the front paste-down endpaper prices this at 21 shillings for two volumes, and the text itself (not to mention the spine title) implies that this is only one volume in a series. The two 19th century Irish owners of this text suggest that perhaps J.M. was also Irish. Condition: Bound in contemporary sheep, rebacked.
Christian saints--Biography--Early works to 1800. Fathers of the church--Biography--Early works to 1800. French literature--Translations into English--Early works to 1800.
William Arthur Battenby, Dublin, June 1873 and a bookseller's pencil notation on front paste-down endpaper; stamp of the Franciscan Monastery Library at Peckham and a 19th-century pencil inscription "from the Library of the late Rev. Dr. Spratt" on front free-endpaper.