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New York, Columbia University, Burke Library at Union Theological Seminary,  UTS MS 037-04
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: 17th

Part 1: 281 x 467 mm
Description: - Parchment - Long lines, pricked and ruled.
Country: ItalyCardinal point:
Region: LazioCity: Rome
Assigned Date: s. XVII4/4Searchable Date Range: 1675 - 1699
Dated by scribe: NoInscribed Date: 1677, September 2
Document: YesNumber of Scribes:
Other Decoration: Rough pen and ink vegetal letters in the upper margin, vegetal letters are in black ink and the main text is in brown ink. Top-line ascenders are also decorated in black ink. Same style as UTS 037-08.
Notes: Multiple signatures and Union Theological Seminary library stamp below the fold. Holes in support for a seal but seal missing. Finger-shaped finding mark in the right margin. Dorse has another Union Theological Seminary library stamp; number 4 circled in pencil in a modern hand; three signatures, one by Lauaulia; and two notes about content. Latin
Number of Texts: 1

Text 1: 1 item
Title: Papal bull
Docket: Pope Innocent XI to Herman Sinniger and the chapter of St. Martin’s in Worms, Germany, giving Herman Sinniger a canonate and prebend left vacant by Henry Antonio Sinniger.
Language(s): Latin
Notes: Issued in Rome at Santa Maria Maggiore, on the fourth of the Nones of September 1677, in the first year of the pontificate of Innocent XI. Sections of lines 7, 8, 14 and 21 have been erased and rewritten. There is a finger-shaped finding mark in the right-hand margin. Herman Sinniger also appears in UTS 037-02 and UTS 037-08; Henry Antonio Sinniger appears in UTS 037-35.