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New York, Columbia University, Burke Library at Union Theological Seminary,  UTS MS 037-01
Description: 1 item - De Ricci, p. 1644, no. 37. Milton McC. Gatch, ed. ‘So Precious a Foundation’: The Library of Leander Van Ess at the Burke Library of Union Theological Seminary in the City of New York. New York: Union Theological Seminary and The Grolier Club, 1996: 243-250.
Acknowledgments: - We are grateful to Hannah Barker for cataloguing this manuscript.
Number of Parts: 1 - Number of Images Available: 0
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Language: Latin Country: Italy Century: 18th

Part 1: 1 item
Description: - Parchment - 353 x 550 mm - Long lines, pricked and ruled.
Country: ItalyCardinal point:
Region: LazioCity: Rome
Assigned Date: s. XVIII1Searchable Date Range: 1700 - 1750
Dated by scribe: YesInscribed Date: 1728, September 1
Document: YesNumber of Scribes:
Other Decoration: Rough pen and ink vegetal letters on the top line.
Notes: Multiple signatures and Union Theological Seminary library stamp under the fold. Holes in support for a seal but seal missing. There are two finding marks in the right margin, a pound sign (#) and a letter P. Dorse has a Union Theological Seminary library stamp; three signatures including one from Martinell; two notes about content, one in a modern hand; and number 1 circled in pencil in a modern hand. Latin
Number of Texts: 1

Text 1: 1 item
Title: Papal bull
Docket: Pope Benedict XIII gives John Martin Starck a canonate and prebend at St. Martin’s in Worms, Germany.
Language(s): Latin
Notes: Issued in Rome at St. Peters, on the Kalends of September 1728, in the fifth year of the pontificate of Benedict XIII. Starck’s predecessor, George Frederick Deuerkauff, resigned his position (see UTS 037-25 and UTS 037-26). The benefice was expected to return an annual income of 24 gold ducats de camera. Starck is also mentioned in UTS 037-21 (on the dorse).