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SINGLE LEAF from: Notitia Ecclesiastica Historiarum, Conciliorum,: Cabassutii, R.P. Joannis

Cabassutii, R.P. Joannis (Jean Cabassut / Cabassutius/ Cabassuth) (1604-1685)

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Item Description: Ex Typographia Balleoniana, Venetiis (Venice), 1772. Unbound. Book Condition: Very Good. A SINGLE LEAF from the following title: Notitia Ecclesiastica Historiarum, Conciliorum, et Canonum Invicem Collatorum, Veterumque Juxta, ac Recentiorum Ecclesiae Rituum, ab Ipsis Ecclesia Christianae Incunabulis ad Nostra Usque Tempora, Secundum Cujusque Saeculi Seriem, Accurate Digesta. Editio Septima, Ab Ipso Auctore Correcta, Plurimum Aucta, & Quinque Indicibus Locupletata. Quorum Primus est Dissertationum, Conciliorum, Aliorumque Titulorum; Secundus Chronologicus Romanorum Pontisicum; Tertius Alfabeticus Eorundem Romanorum Pontisicum; Quartus, Chronologicus, Imperatorum Romani Imperii; Quintus Tandem Canonicus & Universalis Rerum Notabilium. Priores Quartuor Initio Operis Habentur; Quintus Vero, seu Ultimus, ad Calcem Rejectus est. - by R.P. Joannis Cabassutii - Aquisextiensis, Presbyteri Congregationis Oratorii Domini Jesu. Printed in Venetiis (Venice) by Balleoniana, in 1772 (MDCCLXXII) . Superiorum Permissu. This being PAGE 151/152. Contains 91 lines of Latin text printed in double column. Single page, printed on both sides, recto & verso. Laid paper. Large FOLIO size leaf. In VERY GOOD condition. The author of this title, Jean Cabassut (Cabassutii/Cabassutius) (1604-1685) was a French Oratorian theologian. He was born at Aix & entered the Oratory at the age of 21. Though devoted to his labour he was always ready to interrupt even his most favourite study to assist the needy. He had taught canon law at Avignon for some time, when Cardinal Grimaldi, Archbishop of Aix, took him as companion to Rome, where Father Cabassut remained about 18 months. Returning to Aix, where he spent the rest of his life, he became a distinguished writer on questions of ecclesiastical history, canon law, & moral theology. St. Alphonsus considers him classical. He was a probabiliorist in his moral solutions. The following work is worthy of note: "Notitia Conciliorum" (Lyons, 1668). Cardinal Grimaldi induced the writer to enlarge this work & publish it under the title, "Notitia ecclesiastica historiarum, conciliorum et canonum invicem collatorum", etc. (Lyons, 1680, & other dates; Munich, 1758; Tournai, 1851, 3 vols.). Often modified & enlarged, it was once, under the title "Cabassutius", an authority for the history of councils. A compendium of the "Notitia" appeared at Louvain, 1776. The printer of this title, Typographia Balleoniana, was an 18th century publisher based in Venice, Italy. This magnificent large folio-size example of early letterpress printing is from a substantial collection of material which was only recently unearthed in Budapest. These pages sat dormant for over 250 years, concealed in a Hungarian cellar. They survived multiple wars & decades of communist rule, in which countless books were destroyed. This original letterpress printed page comes with printed sheet with full details. A digital image of the title page of the original antiquarian book which this particular page came from will also be provided with purchase. A truly wonderful folio-size example of early letterpress printing. Ideal for framing. RARE & desirable. Bookseller Inventory # 012316

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SINGLE LEAF from: Notitia Ecclesiastica Historiarum, Conciliorum,: Cabassutii, R.P. Joannis

Cabassutii, R.P. Joannis (Jean Cabassut / Cabassutius/ Cabassuth) (1604-1685)

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Item Description: Ex Typographia Balleoniana, Venetiis (Venice), 1772. Unbound. Book Condition: Very Good. A SINGLE LEAF from the following title: Notitia Ecclesiastica Historiarum, Conciliorum, et Canonum Invicem Collatorum, Veterumque Juxta, ac Recentiorum Ecclesiae Rituum, ab Ipsis Ecclesia Christianae Incunabulis ad Nostra Usque Tempora, Secundum Cujusque Saeculi Seriem, Accurate Digesta. Editio Septima, Ab Ipso Auctore Correcta, Plurimum Aucta, & Quinque Indicibus Locupletata. Quorum Primus est Dissertationum, Conciliorum, Aliorumque Titulorum; Secundus Chronologicus Romanorum Pontisicum; Tertius Alfabeticus Eorundem Romanorum Pontisicum; Quartus, Chronologicus, Imperatorum Romani Imperii; Quintus Tandem Canonicus & Universalis Rerum Notabilium. Priores Quartuor Initio Operis Habentur; Quintus Vero, seu Ultimus, ad Calcem Rejectus est. - by R.P. Joannis Cabassutii - Aquisextiensis, Presbyteri Congregationis Oratorii Domini Jesu. Printed in Venetiis (Venice) by Balleoniana, in 1772 (MDCCLXXII) . Superiorum Permissu. This being PAGE 101/102. Contains 91 lines of Latin text printed in double column. Single page, printed on both sides, recto & verso. Laid paper. Large FOLIO size leaf. In VERY GOOD condition. The author of this title, Jean Cabassut (Cabassutii/Cabassutius) (1604-1685) was a French Oratorian theologian. He was born at Aix & entered the Oratory at the age of 21. Though devoted to his labour he was always ready to interrupt even his most favourite study to assist the needy. He had taught canon law at Avignon for some time, when Cardinal Grimaldi, Archbishop of Aix, took him as companion to Rome, where Father Cabassut remained about 18 months. Returning to Aix, where he spent the rest of his life, he became a distinguished writer on questions of ecclesiastical history, canon law, & moral theology. St. Alphonsus considers him classical. He was a probabiliorist in his moral solutions. The following work is worthy of note: "Notitia Conciliorum" (Lyons, 1668). Cardinal Grimaldi induced the writer to enlarge this work & publish it under the title, "Notitia ecclesiastica historiarum, conciliorum et canonum invicem collatorum", etc. (Lyons, 1680, & other dates; Munich, 1758; Tournai, 1851, 3 vols.). Often modified & enlarged, it was once, under the title "Cabassutius", an authority for the history of councils. A compendium of the "Notitia" appeared at Louvain, 1776. The printer of this title, Typographia Balleoniana, was an 18th century publisher based in Venice, Italy. This magnificent large folio-size example of early letterpress printing is from a substantial collection of material which was only recently unearthed in Budapest. These pages sat dormant for over 250 years, concealed in a Hungarian cellar. They survived multiple wars & decades of communist rule, in which countless books were destroyed. This original letterpress printed page comes with printed sheet with full details. A digital image of the title page of the original antiquarian book which this particular page came from will also be provided with purchase. A truly wonderful folio-size example of early letterpress printing. Ideal for framing. RARE & desirable. Bookseller Inventory # 012291

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SINGLE LEAF from: Notitia Ecclesiastica Historiarum, Conciliorum,: Cabassutii, R.P. Joannis

Cabassutii, R.P. Joannis (Jean Cabassut / Cabassutius/ Cabassuth) (1604-1685)

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Item Description: Ex Typographia Balleoniana, Venetiis (Venice), 1772. Unbound. Book Condition: Very Good. A SINGLE LEAF from the following title: Notitia Ecclesiastica Historiarum, Conciliorum, et Canonum Invicem Collatorum, Veterumque Juxta, ac Recentiorum Ecclesiae Rituum, ab Ipsis Ecclesia Christianae Incunabulis ad Nostra Usque Tempora, Secundum Cujusque Saeculi Seriem, Accurate Digesta. Editio Septima, Ab Ipso Auctore Correcta, Plurimum Aucta, & Quinque Indicibus Locupletata. Quorum Primus est Dissertationum, Conciliorum, Aliorumque Titulorum; Secundus Chronologicus Romanorum Pontisicum; Tertius Alfabeticus Eorundem Romanorum Pontisicum; Quartus, Chronologicus, Imperatorum Romani Imperii; Quintus Tandem Canonicus & Universalis Rerum Notabilium. Priores Quartuor Initio Operis Habentur; Quintus Vero, seu Ultimus, ad Calcem Rejectus est. - by R.P. Joannis Cabassutii - Aquisextiensis, Presbyteri Congregationis Oratorii Domini Jesu. Printed in Venetiis (Venice) by Balleoniana, in 1772 (MDCCLXXII) . Superiorum Permissu. This being PAGE 103/104. Contains 91 lines of Latin text printed in double column. Single page, printed on both sides, recto & verso. Laid paper. Large FOLIO size leaf. In VERY GOOD condition. The author of this title, Jean Cabassut (Cabassutii/Cabassutius) (1604-1685) was a French Oratorian theologian. He was born at Aix & entered the Oratory at the age of 21. Though devoted to his labour he was always ready to interrupt even his most favourite study to assist the needy. He had taught canon law at Avignon for some time, when Cardinal Grimaldi, Archbishop of Aix, took him as companion to Rome, where Father Cabassut remained about 18 months. Returning to Aix, where he spent the rest of his life, he became a distinguished writer on questions of ecclesiastical history, canon law, & moral theology. St. Alphonsus considers him classical. He was a probabiliorist in his moral solutions. The following work is worthy of note: "Notitia Conciliorum" (Lyons, 1668). Cardinal Grimaldi induced the writer to enlarge this work & publish it under the title, "Notitia ecclesiastica historiarum, conciliorum et canonum invicem collatorum", etc. (Lyons, 1680, & other dates; Munich, 1758; Tournai, 1851, 3 vols.). Often modified & enlarged, it was once, under the title "Cabassutius", an authority for the history of councils. A compendium of the "Notitia" appeared at Louvain, 1776. The printer of this title, Typographia Balleoniana, was an 18th century publisher based in Venice, Italy. This magnificent large folio-size example of early letterpress printing is from a substantial collection of material which was only recently unearthed in Budapest. These pages sat dormant for over 250 years, concealed in a Hungarian cellar. They survived multiple wars & decades of communist rule, in which countless books were destroyed. This original letterpress printed page comes with printed sheet with full details. A digital image of the title page of the original antiquarian book which this particular page came from will also be provided with purchase. A truly wonderful folio-size example of early letterpress printing. Ideal for framing. RARE & desirable. Bookseller Inventory # 012292

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SINGLE LEAF from: Notitia Ecclesiastica Historiarum, Conciliorum,: Cabassutii, R.P. Joannis

Cabassutii, R.P. Joannis (Jean Cabassut / Cabassutius/ Cabassuth) (1604-1685)

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Item Description: Ex Typographia Balleoniana, Venetiis (Venice), 1772. Unbound. Book Condition: Very Good. A SINGLE LEAF from the following title: Notitia Ecclesiastica Historiarum, Conciliorum, et Canonum Invicem Collatorum, Veterumque Juxta, ac Recentiorum Ecclesiae Rituum, ab Ipsis Ecclesia Christianae Incunabulis ad Nostra Usque Tempora, Secundum Cujusque Saeculi Seriem, Accurate Digesta. Editio Septima, Ab Ipso Auctore Correcta, Plurimum Aucta, & Quinque Indicibus Locupletata. Quorum Primus est Dissertationum, Conciliorum, Aliorumque Titulorum; Secundus Chronologicus Romanorum Pontisicum; Tertius Alfabeticus Eorundem Romanorum Pontisicum; Quartus, Chronologicus, Imperatorum Romani Imperii; Quintus Tandem Canonicus & Universalis Rerum Notabilium. Priores Quartuor Initio Operis Habentur; Quintus Vero, seu Ultimus, ad Calcem Rejectus est. - by R.P. Joannis Cabassutii - Aquisextiensis, Presbyteri Congregationis Oratorii Domini Jesu. Printed in Venetiis (Venice) by Balleoniana, in 1772 (MDCCLXXII) . Superiorum Permissu. This being PAGE 105/106. Contains 91 lines of Latin text printed in double column. Single page, printed on both sides, recto & verso. Laid paper. Large FOLIO size leaf. In VERY GOOD condition. The author of this title, Jean Cabassut (Cabassutii/Cabassutius) (1604-1685) was a French Oratorian theologian. He was born at Aix & entered the Oratory at the age of 21. Though devoted to his labour he was always ready to interrupt even his most favourite study to assist the needy. He had taught canon law at Avignon for some time, when Cardinal Grimaldi, Archbishop of Aix, took him as companion to Rome, where Father Cabassut remained about 18 months. Returning to Aix, where he spent the rest of his life, he became a distinguished writer on questions of ecclesiastical history, canon law, & moral theology. St. Alphonsus considers him classical. He was a probabiliorist in his moral solutions. The following work is worthy of note: "Notitia Conciliorum" (Lyons, 1668). Cardinal Grimaldi induced the writer to enlarge this work & publish it under the title, "Notitia ecclesiastica historiarum, conciliorum et canonum invicem collatorum", etc. (Lyons, 1680, & other dates; Munich, 1758; Tournai, 1851, 3 vols.). Often modified & enlarged, it was once, under the title "Cabassutius", an authority for the history of councils. A compendium of the "Notitia" appeared at Louvain, 1776. The printer of this title, Typographia Balleoniana, was an 18th century publisher based in Venice, Italy. This magnificent large folio-size example of early letterpress printing is from a substantial collection of material which was only recently unearthed in Budapest. These pages sat dormant for over 250 years, concealed in a Hungarian cellar. They survived multiple wars & decades of communist rule, in which countless books were destroyed. This original letterpress printed page comes with printed sheet with full details. A digital image of the title page of the original antiquarian book which this particular page came from will also be provided with purchase. A truly wonderful folio-size example of early letterpress printing. Ideal for framing. RARE & desirable. Bookseller Inventory # 012293

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SINGLE LEAF from: Notitia Ecclesiastica Historiarum, Conciliorum,: Cabassutii, R.P. Joannis

Cabassutii, R.P. Joannis (Jean Cabassut / Cabassutius/ Cabassuth) (1604-1685)

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Item Description: Ex Typographia Balleoniana, Venetiis (Venice), 1772. Unbound. Book Condition: Very Good. A SINGLE LEAF from the following title: Notitia Ecclesiastica Historiarum, Conciliorum, et Canonum Invicem Collatorum, Veterumque Juxta, ac Recentiorum Ecclesiae Rituum, ab Ipsis Ecclesia Christianae Incunabulis ad Nostra Usque Tempora, Secundum Cujusque Saeculi Seriem, Accurate Digesta. Editio Septima, Ab Ipso Auctore Correcta, Plurimum Aucta, & Quinque Indicibus Locupletata. Quorum Primus est Dissertationum, Conciliorum, Aliorumque Titulorum; Secundus Chronologicus Romanorum Pontisicum; Tertius Alfabeticus Eorundem Romanorum Pontisicum; Quartus, Chronologicus, Imperatorum Romani Imperii; Quintus Tandem Canonicus & Universalis Rerum Notabilium. Priores Quartuor Initio Operis Habentur; Quintus Vero, seu Ultimus, ad Calcem Rejectus est. - by R.P. Joannis Cabassutii - Aquisextiensis, Presbyteri Congregationis Oratorii Domini Jesu. Printed in Venetiis (Venice) by Balleoniana, in 1772 (MDCCLXXII) . Superiorum Permissu. This being PAGE 107/108. Contains 91 lines of Latin text printed in double column. Single page, printed on both sides, recto & verso. Laid paper. Large FOLIO size leaf. In VERY GOOD condition. The author of this title, Jean Cabassut (Cabassutii/Cabassutius) (1604-1685) was a French Oratorian theologian. He was born at Aix & entered the Oratory at the age of 21. Though devoted to his labour he was always ready to interrupt even his most favourite study to assist the needy. He had taught canon law at Avignon for some time, when Cardinal Grimaldi, Archbishop of Aix, took him as companion to Rome, where Father Cabassut remained about 18 months. Returning to Aix, where he spent the rest of his life, he became a distinguished writer on questions of ecclesiastical history, canon law, & moral theology. St. Alphonsus considers him classical. He was a probabiliorist in his moral solutions. The following work is worthy of note: "Notitia Conciliorum" (Lyons, 1668). Cardinal Grimaldi induced the writer to enlarge this work & publish it under the title, "Notitia ecclesiastica historiarum, conciliorum et canonum invicem collatorum", etc. (Lyons, 1680, & other dates; Munich, 1758; Tournai, 1851, 3 vols.). Often modified & enlarged, it was once, under the title "Cabassutius", an authority for the history of councils. A compendium of the "Notitia" appeared at Louvain, 1776. The printer of this title, Typographia Balleoniana, was an 18th century publisher based in Venice, Italy. This magnificent large folio-size example of early letterpress printing is from a substantial collection of material which was only recently unearthed in Budapest. These pages sat dormant for over 250 years, concealed in a Hungarian cellar. They survived multiple wars & decades of communist rule, in which countless books were destroyed. This original letterpress printed page comes with printed sheet with full details. A digital image of the title page of the original antiquarian book which this particular page came from will also be provided with purchase. A truly wonderful folio-size example of early letterpress printing. Ideal for framing. RARE & desirable. Bookseller Inventory # 012294

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SINGLE LEAF from: Notitia Ecclesiastica Historiarum, Conciliorum,: Cabassutii, R.P. Joannis

Cabassutii, R.P. Joannis (Jean Cabassut / Cabassutius/ Cabassuth) (1604-1685)

Published by Ex Typographia Balleoniana, Venetiis (Venice) (1772)

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Item Description: Ex Typographia Balleoniana, Venetiis (Venice), 1772. Unbound. Book Condition: Very Good. A SINGLE LEAF from the following title: Notitia Ecclesiastica Historiarum, Conciliorum, et Canonum Invicem Collatorum, Veterumque Juxta, ac Recentiorum Ecclesiae Rituum, ab Ipsis Ecclesia Christianae Incunabulis ad Nostra Usque Tempora, Secundum Cujusque Saeculi Seriem, Accurate Digesta. Editio Septima, Ab Ipso Auctore Correcta, Plurimum Aucta, & Quinque Indicibus Locupletata. Quorum Primus est Dissertationum, Conciliorum, Aliorumque Titulorum; Secundus Chronologicus Romanorum Pontisicum; Tertius Alfabeticus Eorundem Romanorum Pontisicum; Quartus, Chronologicus, Imperatorum Romani Imperii; Quintus Tandem Canonicus & Universalis Rerum Notabilium. Priores Quartuor Initio Operis Habentur; Quintus Vero, seu Ultimus, ad Calcem Rejectus est. - by R.P. Joannis Cabassutii - Aquisextiensis, Presbyteri Congregationis Oratorii Domini Jesu. Printed in Venetiis (Venice) by Balleoniana, in 1772 (MDCCLXXII) . Superiorum Permissu. This being PAGE 109/110. Contains 91 lines of Latin text printed in double column. Single page, printed on both sides, recto & verso. Laid paper. Large FOLIO size leaf. In VERY GOOD condition. The author of this title, Jean Cabassut (Cabassutii/Cabassutius) (1604-1685) was a French Oratorian theologian. He was born at Aix & entered the Oratory at the age of 21. Though devoted to his labour he was always ready to interrupt even his most favourite study to assist the needy. He had taught canon law at Avignon for some time, when Cardinal Grimaldi, Archbishop of Aix, took him as companion to Rome, where Father Cabassut remained about 18 months. Returning to Aix, where he spent the rest of his life, he became a distinguished writer on questions of ecclesiastical history, canon law, & moral theology. St. Alphonsus considers him classical. He was a probabiliorist in his moral solutions. The following work is worthy of note: "Notitia Conciliorum" (Lyons, 1668). Cardinal Grimaldi induced the writer to enlarge this work & publish it under the title, "Notitia ecclesiastica historiarum, conciliorum et canonum invicem collatorum", etc. (Lyons, 1680, & other dates; Munich, 1758; Tournai, 1851, 3 vols.). Often modified & enlarged, it was once, under the title "Cabassutius", an authority for the history of councils. A compendium of the "Notitia" appeared at Louvain, 1776. The printer of this title, Typographia Balleoniana, was an 18th century publisher based in Venice, Italy. This magnificent large folio-size example of early letterpress printing is from a substantial collection of material which was only recently unearthed in Budapest. These pages sat dormant for over 250 years, concealed in a Hungarian cellar. They survived multiple wars & decades of communist rule, in which countless books were destroyed. This original letterpress printed page comes with printed sheet with full details. A digital image of the title page of the original antiquarian book which this particular page came from will also be provided with purchase. A truly wonderful folio-size example of early letterpress printing. Ideal for framing. RARE & desirable. Bookseller Inventory # 012295

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SINGLE LEAF from: Notitia Ecclesiastica Historiarum, Conciliorum,: Cabassutii, R.P. Joannis

Cabassutii, R.P. Joannis (Jean Cabassut / Cabassutius/ Cabassuth) (1604-1685)

Published by Ex Typographia Balleoniana, Venetiis (Venice) (1772)

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Item Description: Ex Typographia Balleoniana, Venetiis (Venice), 1772. Unbound. Book Condition: Very Good. A SINGLE LEAF from the following title: Notitia Ecclesiastica Historiarum, Conciliorum, et Canonum Invicem Collatorum, Veterumque Juxta, ac Recentiorum Ecclesiae Rituum, ab Ipsis Ecclesia Christianae Incunabulis ad Nostra Usque Tempora, Secundum Cujusque Saeculi Seriem, Accurate Digesta. Editio Septima, Ab Ipso Auctore Correcta, Plurimum Aucta, & Quinque Indicibus Locupletata. Quorum Primus est Dissertationum, Conciliorum, Aliorumque Titulorum; Secundus Chronologicus Romanorum Pontisicum; Tertius Alfabeticus Eorundem Romanorum Pontisicum; Quartus, Chronologicus, Imperatorum Romani Imperii; Quintus Tandem Canonicus & Universalis Rerum Notabilium. Priores Quartuor Initio Operis Habentur; Quintus Vero, seu Ultimus, ad Calcem Rejectus est. - by R.P. Joannis Cabassutii - Aquisextiensis, Presbyteri Congregationis Oratorii Domini Jesu. Printed in Venetiis (Venice) by Balleoniana, in 1772 (MDCCLXXII) . Superiorum Permissu. This being PAGE 111/112. Contains 91 lines of Latin text printed in double column. Single page, printed on both sides, recto & verso. Laid paper. Large FOLIO size leaf. In VERY GOOD condition. The author of this title, Jean Cabassut (Cabassutii/Cabassutius) (1604-1685) was a French Oratorian theologian. He was born at Aix & entered the Oratory at the age of 21. Though devoted to his labour he was always ready to interrupt even his most favourite study to assist the needy. He had taught canon law at Avignon for some time, when Cardinal Grimaldi, Archbishop of Aix, took him as companion to Rome, where Father Cabassut remained about 18 months. Returning to Aix, where he spent the rest of his life, he became a distinguished writer on questions of ecclesiastical history, canon law, & moral theology. St. Alphonsus considers him classical. He was a probabiliorist in his moral solutions. The following work is worthy of note: "Notitia Conciliorum" (Lyons, 1668). Cardinal Grimaldi induced the writer to enlarge this work & publish it under the title, "Notitia ecclesiastica historiarum, conciliorum et canonum invicem collatorum", etc. (Lyons, 1680, & other dates; Munich, 1758; Tournai, 1851, 3 vols.). Often modified & enlarged, it was once, under the title "Cabassutius", an authority for the history of councils. A compendium of the "Notitia" appeared at Louvain, 1776. The printer of this title, Typographia Balleoniana, was an 18th century publisher based in Venice, Italy. This magnificent large folio-size example of early letterpress printing is from a substantial collection of material which was only recently unearthed in Budapest. These pages sat dormant for over 250 years, concealed in a Hungarian cellar. They survived multiple wars & decades of communist rule, in which countless books were destroyed. This original letterpress printed page comes with printed sheet with full details. A digital image of the title page of the original antiquarian book which this particular page came from will also be provided with purchase. A truly wonderful folio-size example of early letterpress printing. Ideal for framing. RARE & desirable. Bookseller Inventory # 012296

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Item Description: Ex Typographia Balleoniana, Venetiis (Venice), 1772. Unbound. Book Condition: Very Good. A SINGLE LEAF from the following title: Notitia Ecclesiastica Historiarum, Conciliorum, et Canonum Invicem Collatorum, Veterumque Juxta, ac Recentiorum Ecclesiae Rituum, ab Ipsis Ecclesia Christianae Incunabulis ad Nostra Usque Tempora, Secundum Cujusque Saeculi Seriem, Accurate Digesta. Editio Septima, Ab Ipso Auctore Correcta, Plurimum Aucta, & Quinque Indicibus Locupletata. Quorum Primus est Dissertationum, Conciliorum, Aliorumque Titulorum; Secundus Chronologicus Romanorum Pontisicum; Tertius Alfabeticus Eorundem Romanorum Pontisicum; Quartus, Chronologicus, Imperatorum Romani Imperii; Quintus Tandem Canonicus & Universalis Rerum Notabilium. Priores Quartuor Initio Operis Habentur; Quintus Vero, seu Ultimus, ad Calcem Rejectus est. - by R.P. Joannis Cabassutii - Aquisextiensis, Presbyteri Congregationis Oratorii Domini Jesu. Printed in Venetiis (Venice) by Balleoniana, in 1772 (MDCCLXXII) . Superiorum Permissu. This being PAGE 113/114. Contains 91 lines of Latin text printed in double column. Single page, printed on both sides, recto & verso. Laid paper. Large FOLIO size leaf. In VERY GOOD condition. The author of this title, Jean Cabassut (Cabassutii/Cabassutius) (1604-1685) was a French Oratorian theologian. He was born at Aix & entered the Oratory at the age of 21. Though devoted to his labour he was always ready to interrupt even his most favourite study to assist the needy. He had taught canon law at Avignon for some time, when Cardinal Grimaldi, Archbishop of Aix, took him as companion to Rome, where Father Cabassut remained about 18 months. Returning to Aix, where he spent the rest of his life, he became a distinguished writer on questions of ecclesiastical history, canon law, & moral theology. St. Alphonsus considers him classical. He was a probabiliorist in his moral solutions. The following work is worthy of note: "Notitia Conciliorum" (Lyons, 1668). Cardinal Grimaldi induced the writer to enlarge this work & publish it under the title, "Notitia ecclesiastica historiarum, conciliorum et canonum invicem collatorum", etc. (Lyons, 1680, & other dates; Munich, 1758; Tournai, 1851, 3 vols.). Often modified & enlarged, it was once, under the title "Cabassutius", an authority for the history of councils. A compendium of the "Notitia" appeared at Louvain, 1776. The printer of this title, Typographia Balleoniana, was an 18th century publisher based in Venice, Italy. This magnificent large folio-size example of early letterpress printing is from a substantial collection of material which was only recently unearthed in Budapest. These pages sat dormant for over 250 years, concealed in a Hungarian cellar. They survived multiple wars & decades of communist rule, in which countless books were destroyed. This original letterpress printed page comes with printed sheet with full details. A digital image of the title page of the original antiquarian book which this particular page came from will also be provided with purchase. A truly wonderful folio-size example of early letterpress printing. Ideal for framing. RARE & desirable. Bookseller Inventory # 012297

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Item Description: Ex Typographia Balleoniana, Venetiis (Venice), 1772. Unbound. Book Condition: Very Good. A SINGLE LEAF from the following title: Notitia Ecclesiastica Historiarum, Conciliorum, et Canonum Invicem Collatorum, Veterumque Juxta, ac Recentiorum Ecclesiae Rituum, ab Ipsis Ecclesia Christianae Incunabulis ad Nostra Usque Tempora, Secundum Cujusque Saeculi Seriem, Accurate Digesta. Editio Septima, Ab Ipso Auctore Correcta, Plurimum Aucta, & Quinque Indicibus Locupletata. Quorum Primus est Dissertationum, Conciliorum, Aliorumque Titulorum; Secundus Chronologicus Romanorum Pontisicum; Tertius Alfabeticus Eorundem Romanorum Pontisicum; Quartus, Chronologicus, Imperatorum Romani Imperii; Quintus Tandem Canonicus & Universalis Rerum Notabilium. Priores Quartuor Initio Operis Habentur; Quintus Vero, seu Ultimus, ad Calcem Rejectus est. - by R.P. Joannis Cabassutii - Aquisextiensis, Presbyteri Congregationis Oratorii Domini Jesu. Printed in Venetiis (Venice) by Balleoniana, in 1772 (MDCCLXXII) . Superiorum Permissu. This being PAGE 115/116. Contains 91 lines of Latin text printed in double column. Single page, printed on both sides, recto & verso. Laid paper. Large FOLIO size leaf. In VERY GOOD condition. The author of this title, Jean Cabassut (Cabassutii/Cabassutius) (1604-1685) was a French Oratorian theologian. He was born at Aix & entered the Oratory at the age of 21. Though devoted to his labour he was always ready to interrupt even his most favourite study to assist the needy. He had taught canon law at Avignon for some time, when Cardinal Grimaldi, Archbishop of Aix, took him as companion to Rome, where Father Cabassut remained about 18 months. Returning to Aix, where he spent the rest of his life, he became a distinguished writer on questions of ecclesiastical history, canon law, & moral theology. St. Alphonsus considers him classical. He was a probabiliorist in his moral solutions. The following work is worthy of note: "Notitia Conciliorum" (Lyons, 1668). Cardinal Grimaldi induced the writer to enlarge this work & publish it under the title, "Notitia ecclesiastica historiarum, conciliorum et canonum invicem collatorum", etc. (Lyons, 1680, & other dates; Munich, 1758; Tournai, 1851, 3 vols.). Often modified & enlarged, it was once, under the title "Cabassutius", an authority for the history of councils. A compendium of the "Notitia" appeared at Louvain, 1776. The printer of this title, Typographia Balleoniana, was an 18th century publisher based in Venice, Italy. This magnificent large folio-size example of early letterpress printing is from a substantial collection of material which was only recently unearthed in Budapest. These pages sat dormant for over 250 years, concealed in a Hungarian cellar. They survived multiple wars & decades of communist rule, in which countless books were destroyed. This original letterpress printed page comes with printed sheet with full details. A digital image of the title page of the original antiquarian book which this particular page came from will also be provided with purchase. A truly wonderful folio-size example of early letterpress printing. Ideal for framing. RARE & desirable. Bookseller Inventory # 012298

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Item Description: Ex Typographia Balleoniana, Venetiis (Venice), 1772. Unbound. Book Condition: Very Good. A SINGLE LEAF from the following title: Notitia Ecclesiastica Historiarum, Conciliorum, et Canonum Invicem Collatorum, Veterumque Juxta, ac Recentiorum Ecclesiae Rituum, ab Ipsis Ecclesia Christianae Incunabulis ad Nostra Usque Tempora, Secundum Cujusque Saeculi Seriem, Accurate Digesta. Editio Septima, Ab Ipso Auctore Correcta, Plurimum Aucta, & Quinque Indicibus Locupletata. Quorum Primus est Dissertationum, Conciliorum, Aliorumque Titulorum; Secundus Chronologicus Romanorum Pontisicum; Tertius Alfabeticus Eorundem Romanorum Pontisicum; Quartus, Chronologicus, Imperatorum Romani Imperii; Quintus Tandem Canonicus & Universalis Rerum Notabilium. Priores Quartuor Initio Operis Habentur; Quintus Vero, seu Ultimus, ad Calcem Rejectus est. - by R.P. Joannis Cabassutii - Aquisextiensis, Presbyteri Congregationis Oratorii Domini Jesu. Printed in Venetiis (Venice) by Balleoniana, in 1772 (MDCCLXXII) . Superiorum Permissu. This being PAGE 117/118. Contains 91 lines of Latin text printed in double column. Single page, printed on both sides, recto & verso. Laid paper. Large FOLIO size leaf. In VERY GOOD condition. The author of this title, Jean Cabassut (Cabassutii/Cabassutius) (1604-1685) was a French Oratorian theologian. He was born at Aix & entered the Oratory at the age of 21. Though devoted to his labour he was always ready to interrupt even his most favourite study to assist the needy. He had taught canon law at Avignon for some time, when Cardinal Grimaldi, Archbishop of Aix, took him as companion to Rome, where Father Cabassut remained about 18 months. Returning to Aix, where he spent the rest of his life, he became a distinguished writer on questions of ecclesiastical history, canon law, & moral theology. St. Alphonsus considers him classical. He was a probabiliorist in his moral solutions. The following work is worthy of note: "Notitia Conciliorum" (Lyons, 1668). Cardinal Grimaldi induced the writer to enlarge this work & publish it under the title, "Notitia ecclesiastica historiarum, conciliorum et canonum invicem collatorum", etc. (Lyons, 1680, & other dates; Munich, 1758; Tournai, 1851, 3 vols.). Often modified & enlarged, it was once, under the title "Cabassutius", an authority for the history of councils. A compendium of the "Notitia" appeared at Louvain, 1776. The printer of this title, Typographia Balleoniana, was an 18th century publisher based in Venice, Italy. This magnificent large folio-size example of early letterpress printing is from a substantial collection of material which was only recently unearthed in Budapest. These pages sat dormant for over 250 years, concealed in a Hungarian cellar. They survived multiple wars & decades of communist rule, in which countless books were destroyed. This original letterpress printed page comes with printed sheet with full details. A digital image of the title page of the original antiquarian book which this particular page came from will also be provided with purchase. A truly wonderful folio-size example of early letterpress printing. Ideal for framing. RARE & desirable. Bookseller Inventory # 012299

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Item Description: Ex Typographia Balleoniana, Venetiis (Venice), 1772. Unbound. Book Condition: Very Good. A SINGLE LEAF from the following title: Notitia Ecclesiastica Historiarum, Conciliorum, et Canonum Invicem Collatorum, Veterumque Juxta, ac Recentiorum Ecclesiae Rituum, ab Ipsis Ecclesia Christianae Incunabulis ad Nostra Usque Tempora, Secundum Cujusque Saeculi Seriem, Accurate Digesta. Editio Septima, Ab Ipso Auctore Correcta, Plurimum Aucta, & Quinque Indicibus Locupletata. Quorum Primus est Dissertationum, Conciliorum, Aliorumque Titulorum; Secundus Chronologicus Romanorum Pontisicum; Tertius Alfabeticus Eorundem Romanorum Pontisicum; Quartus, Chronologicus, Imperatorum Romani Imperii; Quintus Tandem Canonicus & Universalis Rerum Notabilium. Priores Quartuor Initio Operis Habentur; Quintus Vero, seu Ultimus, ad Calcem Rejectus est. - by R.P. Joannis Cabassutii - Aquisextiensis, Presbyteri Congregationis Oratorii Domini Jesu. Printed in Venetiis (Venice) by Balleoniana, in 1772 (MDCCLXXII) . Superiorum Permissu. This being PAGE 119/120. Contains 91 lines of Latin text printed in double column. Single page, printed on both sides, recto & verso. Laid paper. Large FOLIO size leaf. In VERY GOOD condition. The author of this title, Jean Cabassut (Cabassutii/Cabassutius) (1604-1685) was a French Oratorian theologian. He was born at Aix & entered the Oratory at the age of 21. Though devoted to his labour he was always ready to interrupt even his most favourite study to assist the needy. He had taught canon law at Avignon for some time, when Cardinal Grimaldi, Archbishop of Aix, took him as companion to Rome, where Father Cabassut remained about 18 months. Returning to Aix, where he spent the rest of his life, he became a distinguished writer on questions of ecclesiastical history, canon law, & moral theology. St. Alphonsus considers him classical. He was a probabiliorist in his moral solutions. The following work is worthy of note: "Notitia Conciliorum" (Lyons, 1668). Cardinal Grimaldi induced the writer to enlarge this work & publish it under the title, "Notitia ecclesiastica historiarum, conciliorum et canonum invicem collatorum", etc. (Lyons, 1680, & other dates; Munich, 1758; Tournai, 1851, 3 vols.). Often modified & enlarged, it was once, under the title "Cabassutius", an authority for the history of councils. A compendium of the "Notitia" appeared at Louvain, 1776. The printer of this title, Typographia Balleoniana, was an 18th century publisher based in Venice, Italy. This magnificent large folio-size example of early letterpress printing is from a substantial collection of material which was only recently unearthed in Budapest. These pages sat dormant for over 250 years, concealed in a Hungarian cellar. They survived multiple wars & decades of communist rule, in which countless books were destroyed. This original letterpress printed page comes with printed sheet with full details. A digital image of the title page of the original antiquarian book which this particular page came from will also be provided with purchase. A truly wonderful folio-size example of early letterpress printing. Ideal for framing. RARE & desirable. Bookseller Inventory # 012300

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Item Description: Ex Typographia Balleoniana, Venetiis (Venice), 1772. Unbound. Book Condition: Very Good. A SINGLE LEAF from the following title: Notitia Ecclesiastica Historiarum, Conciliorum, et Canonum Invicem Collatorum, Veterumque Juxta, ac Recentiorum Ecclesiae Rituum, ab Ipsis Ecclesia Christianae Incunabulis ad Nostra Usque Tempora, Secundum Cujusque Saeculi Seriem, Accurate Digesta. Editio Septima, Ab Ipso Auctore Correcta, Plurimum Aucta, & Quinque Indicibus Locupletata. Quorum Primus est Dissertationum, Conciliorum, Aliorumque Titulorum; Secundus Chronologicus Romanorum Pontisicum; Tertius Alfabeticus Eorundem Romanorum Pontisicum; Quartus, Chronologicus, Imperatorum Romani Imperii; Quintus Tandem Canonicus & Universalis Rerum Notabilium. Priores Quartuor Initio Operis Habentur; Quintus Vero, seu Ultimus, ad Calcem Rejectus est. - by R.P. Joannis Cabassutii - Aquisextiensis, Presbyteri Congregationis Oratorii Domini Jesu. Printed in Venetiis (Venice) by Balleoniana, in 1772 (MDCCLXXII) . Superiorum Permissu. This being PAGE 121/122. Contains 91 lines of Latin text printed in double column. Single page, printed on both sides, recto & verso. Laid paper. Large FOLIO size leaf. In VERY GOOD condition. The author of this title, Jean Cabassut (Cabassutii/Cabassutius) (1604-1685) was a French Oratorian theologian. He was born at Aix & entered the Oratory at the age of 21. Though devoted to his labour he was always ready to interrupt even his most favourite study to assist the needy. He had taught canon law at Avignon for some time, when Cardinal Grimaldi, Archbishop of Aix, took him as companion to Rome, where Father Cabassut remained about 18 months. Returning to Aix, where he spent the rest of his life, he became a distinguished writer on questions of ecclesiastical history, canon law, & moral theology. St. Alphonsus considers him classical. He was a probabiliorist in his moral solutions. The following work is worthy of note: "Notitia Conciliorum" (Lyons, 1668). Cardinal Grimaldi induced the writer to enlarge this work & publish it under the title, "Notitia ecclesiastica historiarum, conciliorum et canonum invicem collatorum", etc. (Lyons, 1680, & other dates; Munich, 1758; Tournai, 1851, 3 vols.). Often modified & enlarged, it was once, under the title "Cabassutius", an authority for the history of councils. A compendium of the "Notitia" appeared at Louvain, 1776. The printer of this title, Typographia Balleoniana, was an 18th century publisher based in Venice, Italy. This magnificent large folio-size example of early letterpress printing is from a substantial collection of material which was only recently unearthed in Budapest. These pages sat dormant for over 250 years, concealed in a Hungarian cellar. They survived multiple wars & decades of communist rule, in which countless books were destroyed. This original letterpress printed page comes with printed sheet with full details. A digital image of the title page of the original antiquarian book which this particular page came from will also be provided with purchase. A truly wonderful folio-size example of early letterpress printing. Ideal for framing. RARE & desirable. Bookseller Inventory # 012301

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Item Description: Ex Typographia Balleoniana, Venetiis (Venice), 1772. Unbound. Book Condition: Very Good. A SINGLE LEAF from the following title: Notitia Ecclesiastica Historiarum, Conciliorum, et Canonum Invicem Collatorum, Veterumque Juxta, ac Recentiorum Ecclesiae Rituum, ab Ipsis Ecclesia Christianae Incunabulis ad Nostra Usque Tempora, Secundum Cujusque Saeculi Seriem, Accurate Digesta. Editio Septima, Ab Ipso Auctore Correcta, Plurimum Aucta, & Quinque Indicibus Locupletata. Quorum Primus est Dissertationum, Conciliorum, Aliorumque Titulorum; Secundus Chronologicus Romanorum Pontisicum; Tertius Alfabeticus Eorundem Romanorum Pontisicum; Quartus, Chronologicus, Imperatorum Romani Imperii; Quintus Tandem Canonicus & Universalis Rerum Notabilium. Priores Quartuor Initio Operis Habentur; Quintus Vero, seu Ultimus, ad Calcem Rejectus est. - by R.P. Joannis Cabassutii - Aquisextiensis, Presbyteri Congregationis Oratorii Domini Jesu. Printed in Venetiis (Venice) by Balleoniana, in 1772 (MDCCLXXII) . Superiorum Permissu. This being PAGE 123/124. Contains 91 lines of Latin text printed in double column. Single page, printed on both sides, recto & verso. Laid paper. Large FOLIO size leaf. In VERY GOOD condition. The author of this title, Jean Cabassut (Cabassutii/Cabassutius) (1604-1685) was a French Oratorian theologian. He was born at Aix & entered the Oratory at the age of 21. Though devoted to his labour he was always ready to interrupt even his most favourite study to assist the needy. He had taught canon law at Avignon for some time, when Cardinal Grimaldi, Archbishop of Aix, took him as companion to Rome, where Father Cabassut remained about 18 months. Returning to Aix, where he spent the rest of his life, he became a distinguished writer on questions of ecclesiastical history, canon law, & moral theology. St. Alphonsus considers him classical. He was a probabiliorist in his moral solutions. The following work is worthy of note: "Notitia Conciliorum" (Lyons, 1668). Cardinal Grimaldi induced the writer to enlarge this work & publish it under the title, "Notitia ecclesiastica historiarum, conciliorum et canonum invicem collatorum", etc. (Lyons, 1680, & other dates; Munich, 1758; Tournai, 1851, 3 vols.). Often modified & enlarged, it was once, under the title "Cabassutius", an authority for the history of councils. A compendium of the "Notitia" appeared at Louvain, 1776. The printer of this title, Typographia Balleoniana, was an 18th century publisher based in Venice, Italy. This magnificent large folio-size example of early letterpress printing is from a substantial collection of material which was only recently unearthed in Budapest. These pages sat dormant for over 250 years, concealed in a Hungarian cellar. They survived multiple wars & decades of communist rule, in which countless books were destroyed. This original letterpress printed page comes with printed sheet with full details. A digital image of the title page of the original antiquarian book which this particular page came from will also be provided with purchase. A truly wonderful folio-size example of early letterpress printing. Ideal for framing. RARE & desirable. Bookseller Inventory # 012302

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Item Description: Ex Typographia Balleoniana, Venetiis (Venice), 1772. Unbound. Book Condition: Very Good. A SINGLE LEAF from the following title: Notitia Ecclesiastica Historiarum, Conciliorum, et Canonum Invicem Collatorum, Veterumque Juxta, ac Recentiorum Ecclesiae Rituum, ab Ipsis Ecclesia Christianae Incunabulis ad Nostra Usque Tempora, Secundum Cujusque Saeculi Seriem, Accurate Digesta. Editio Septima, Ab Ipso Auctore Correcta, Plurimum Aucta, & Quinque Indicibus Locupletata. Quorum Primus est Dissertationum, Conciliorum, Aliorumque Titulorum; Secundus Chronologicus Romanorum Pontisicum; Tertius Alfabeticus Eorundem Romanorum Pontisicum; Quartus, Chronologicus, Imperatorum Romani Imperii; Quintus Tandem Canonicus & Universalis Rerum Notabilium. Priores Quartuor Initio Operis Habentur; Quintus Vero, seu Ultimus, ad Calcem Rejectus est. - by R.P. Joannis Cabassutii - Aquisextiensis, Presbyteri Congregationis Oratorii Domini Jesu. Printed in Venetiis (Venice) by Balleoniana, in 1772 (MDCCLXXII) . Superiorum Permissu. This being PAGE 127/128. Contains 91 lines of Latin text printed in double column. Single page, printed on both sides, recto & verso. Laid paper. Large FOLIO size leaf. In VERY GOOD condition. The author of this title, Jean Cabassut (Cabassutii/Cabassutius) (1604-1685) was a French Oratorian theologian. He was born at Aix & entered the Oratory at the age of 21. Though devoted to his labour he was always ready to interrupt even his most favourite study to assist the needy. He had taught canon law at Avignon for some time, when Cardinal Grimaldi, Archbishop of Aix, took him as companion to Rome, where Father Cabassut remained about 18 months. Returning to Aix, where he spent the rest of his life, he became a distinguished writer on questions of ecclesiastical history, canon law, & moral theology. St. Alphonsus considers him classical. He was a probabiliorist in his moral solutions. The following work is worthy of note: "Notitia Conciliorum" (Lyons, 1668). Cardinal Grimaldi induced the writer to enlarge this work & publish it under the title, "Notitia ecclesiastica historiarum, conciliorum et canonum invicem collatorum", etc. (Lyons, 1680, & other dates; Munich, 1758; Tournai, 1851, 3 vols.). Often modified & enlarged, it was once, under the title "Cabassutius", an authority for the history of councils. A compendium of the "Notitia" appeared at Louvain, 1776. The printer of this title, Typographia Balleoniana, was an 18th century publisher based in Venice, Italy. This magnificent large folio-size example of early letterpress printing is from a substantial collection of material which was only recently unearthed in Budapest. These pages sat dormant for over 250 years, concealed in a Hungarian cellar. They survived multiple wars & decades of communist rule, in which countless books were destroyed. This original letterpress printed page comes with printed sheet with full details. A digital image of the title page of the original antiquarian book which this particular page came from will also be provided with purchase. A truly wonderful folio-size example of early letterpress printing. Ideal for framing. RARE & desirable. Bookseller Inventory # 012304

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Item Description: Ex Typographia Balleoniana, Venetiis (Venice), 1772. Unbound. Book Condition: Very Good. A SINGLE LEAF from the following title: Notitia Ecclesiastica Historiarum, Conciliorum, et Canonum Invicem Collatorum, Veterumque Juxta, ac Recentiorum Ecclesiae Rituum, ab Ipsis Ecclesia Christianae Incunabulis ad Nostra Usque Tempora, Secundum Cujusque Saeculi Seriem, Accurate Digesta. Editio Septima, Ab Ipso Auctore Correcta, Plurimum Aucta, & Quinque Indicibus Locupletata. Quorum Primus est Dissertationum, Conciliorum, Aliorumque Titulorum; Secundus Chronologicus Romanorum Pontisicum; Tertius Alfabeticus Eorundem Romanorum Pontisicum; Quartus, Chronologicus, Imperatorum Romani Imperii; Quintus Tandem Canonicus & Universalis Rerum Notabilium. Priores Quartuor Initio Operis Habentur; Quintus Vero, seu Ultimus, ad Calcem Rejectus est. - by R.P. Joannis Cabassutii - Aquisextiensis, Presbyteri Congregationis Oratorii Domini Jesu. Printed in Venetiis (Venice) by Balleoniana, in 1772 (MDCCLXXII) . Superiorum Permissu. This being PAGE 129/130. Contains 91 lines of Latin text printed in double column. Single page, printed on both sides, recto & verso. Laid paper. Large FOLIO size leaf. In VERY GOOD condition. The author of this title, Jean Cabassut (Cabassutii/Cabassutius) (1604-1685) was a French Oratorian theologian. He was born at Aix & entered the Oratory at the age of 21. Though devoted to his labour he was always ready to interrupt even his most favourite study to assist the needy. He had taught canon law at Avignon for some time, when Cardinal Grimaldi, Archbishop of Aix, took him as companion to Rome, where Father Cabassut remained about 18 months. Returning to Aix, where he spent the rest of his life, he became a distinguished writer on questions of ecclesiastical history, canon law, & moral theology. St. Alphonsus considers him classical. He was a probabiliorist in his moral solutions. The following work is worthy of note: "Notitia Conciliorum" (Lyons, 1668). Cardinal Grimaldi induced the writer to enlarge this work & publish it under the title, "Notitia ecclesiastica historiarum, conciliorum et canonum invicem collatorum", etc. (Lyons, 1680, & other dates; Munich, 1758; Tournai, 1851, 3 vols.). Often modified & enlarged, it was once, under the title "Cabassutius", an authority for the history of councils. A compendium of the "Notitia" appeared at Louvain, 1776. The printer of this title, Typographia Balleoniana, was an 18th century publisher based in Venice, Italy. This magnificent large folio-size example of early letterpress printing is from a substantial collection of material which was only recently unearthed in Budapest. These pages sat dormant for over 250 years, concealed in a Hungarian cellar. They survived multiple wars & decades of communist rule, in which countless books were destroyed. This original letterpress printed page comes with printed sheet with full details. A digital image of the title page of the original antiquarian book which this particular page came from will also be provided with purchase. A truly wonderful folio-size example of early letterpress printing. Ideal for framing. RARE & desirable. Bookseller Inventory # 012305

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Item Description: Ex Typographia Balleoniana, Venetiis (Venice), 1772. Unbound. Book Condition: Very Good. A SINGLE LEAF from the following title: Notitia Ecclesiastica Historiarum, Conciliorum, et Canonum Invicem Collatorum, Veterumque Juxta, ac Recentiorum Ecclesiae Rituum, ab Ipsis Ecclesia Christianae Incunabulis ad Nostra Usque Tempora, Secundum Cujusque Saeculi Seriem, Accurate Digesta. Editio Septima, Ab Ipso Auctore Correcta, Plurimum Aucta, & Quinque Indicibus Locupletata. Quorum Primus est Dissertationum, Conciliorum, Aliorumque Titulorum; Secundus Chronologicus Romanorum Pontisicum; Tertius Alfabeticus Eorundem Romanorum Pontisicum; Quartus, Chronologicus, Imperatorum Romani Imperii; Quintus Tandem Canonicus & Universalis Rerum Notabilium. Priores Quartuor Initio Operis Habentur; Quintus Vero, seu Ultimus, ad Calcem Rejectus est. - by R.P. Joannis Cabassutii - Aquisextiensis, Presbyteri Congregationis Oratorii Domini Jesu. Printed in Venetiis (Venice) by Balleoniana, in 1772 (MDCCLXXII) . Superiorum Permissu. This being PAGE 131/132. Contains 91 lines of Latin text printed in double column. Single page, printed on both sides, recto & verso. Laid paper. Large FOLIO size leaf. In VERY GOOD condition. The author of this title, Jean Cabassut (Cabassutii/Cabassutius) (1604-1685) was a French Oratorian theologian. He was born at Aix & entered the Oratory at the age of 21. Though devoted to his labour he was always ready to interrupt even his most favourite study to assist the needy. He had taught canon law at Avignon for some time, when Cardinal Grimaldi, Archbishop of Aix, took him as companion to Rome, where Father Cabassut remained about 18 months. Returning to Aix, where he spent the rest of his life, he became a distinguished writer on questions of ecclesiastical history, canon law, & moral theology. St. Alphonsus considers him classical. He was a probabiliorist in his moral solutions. The following work is worthy of note: "Notitia Conciliorum" (Lyons, 1668). Cardinal Grimaldi induced the writer to enlarge this work & publish it under the title, "Notitia ecclesiastica historiarum, conciliorum et canonum invicem collatorum", etc. (Lyons, 1680, & other dates; Munich, 1758; Tournai, 1851, 3 vols.). Often modified & enlarged, it was once, under the title "Cabassutius", an authority for the history of councils. A compendium of the "Notitia" appeared at Louvain, 1776. The printer of this title, Typographia Balleoniana, was an 18th century publisher based in Venice, Italy. This magnificent large folio-size example of early letterpress printing is from a substantial collection of material which was only recently unearthed in Budapest. These pages sat dormant for over 250 years, concealed in a Hungarian cellar. They survived multiple wars & decades of communist rule, in which countless books were destroyed. This original letterpress printed page comes with printed sheet with full details. A digital image of the title page of the original antiquarian book which this particular page came from will also be provided with purchase. A truly wonderful folio-size example of early letterpress printing. Ideal for framing. RARE & desirable. Bookseller Inventory # 012306

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Item Description: Ex Typographia Balleoniana, Venetiis (Venice), 1772. Unbound. Book Condition: Very Good. A SINGLE LEAF from the following title: Notitia Ecclesiastica Historiarum, Conciliorum, et Canonum Invicem Collatorum, Veterumque Juxta, ac Recentiorum Ecclesiae Rituum, ab Ipsis Ecclesia Christianae Incunabulis ad Nostra Usque Tempora, Secundum Cujusque Saeculi Seriem, Accurate Digesta. Editio Septima, Ab Ipso Auctore Correcta, Plurimum Aucta, & Quinque Indicibus Locupletata. Quorum Primus est Dissertationum, Conciliorum, Aliorumque Titulorum; Secundus Chronologicus Romanorum Pontisicum; Tertius Alfabeticus Eorundem Romanorum Pontisicum; Quartus, Chronologicus, Imperatorum Romani Imperii; Quintus Tandem Canonicus & Universalis Rerum Notabilium. Priores Quartuor Initio Operis Habentur; Quintus Vero, seu Ultimus, ad Calcem Rejectus est. - by R.P. Joannis Cabassutii - Aquisextiensis, Presbyteri Congregationis Oratorii Domini Jesu. Printed in Venetiis (Venice) by Balleoniana, in 1772 (MDCCLXXII) . Superiorum Permissu. This being PAGE 133/134. Contains 91 lines of Latin text printed in double column. Single page, printed on both sides, recto & verso. Laid paper. Large FOLIO size leaf. In VERY GOOD condition. The author of this title, Jean Cabassut (Cabassutii/Cabassutius) (1604-1685) was a French Oratorian theologian. He was born at Aix & entered the Oratory at the age of 21. Though devoted to his labour he was always ready to interrupt even his most favourite study to assist the needy. He had taught canon law at Avignon for some time, when Cardinal Grimaldi, Archbishop of Aix, took him as companion to Rome, where Father Cabassut remained about 18 months. Returning to Aix, where he spent the rest of his life, he became a distinguished writer on questions of ecclesiastical history, canon law, & moral theology. St. Alphonsus considers him classical. He was a probabiliorist in his moral solutions. The following work is worthy of note: "Notitia Conciliorum" (Lyons, 1668). Cardinal Grimaldi induced the writer to enlarge this work & publish it under the title, "Notitia ecclesiastica historiarum, conciliorum et canonum invicem collatorum", etc. (Lyons, 1680, & other dates; Munich, 1758; Tournai, 1851, 3 vols.). Often modified & enlarged, it was once, under the title "Cabassutius", an authority for the history of councils. A compendium of the "Notitia" appeared at Louvain, 1776. The printer of this title, Typographia Balleoniana, was an 18th century publisher based in Venice, Italy. This magnificent large folio-size example of early letterpress printing is from a substantial collection of material which was only recently unearthed in Budapest. These pages sat dormant for over 250 years, concealed in a Hungarian cellar. They survived multiple wars & decades of communist rule, in which countless books were destroyed. This original letterpress printed page comes with printed sheet with full details. A digital image of the title page of the original antiquarian book which this particular page came from will also be provided with purchase. A truly wonderful folio-size example of early letterpress printing. Ideal for framing. RARE & desirable. Bookseller Inventory # 012307

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Item Description: Ex Typographia Balleoniana, Venetiis (Venice), 1772. Unbound. Book Condition: Very Good. A SINGLE LEAF from the following title: Notitia Ecclesiastica Historiarum, Conciliorum, et Canonum Invicem Collatorum, Veterumque Juxta, ac Recentiorum Ecclesiae Rituum, ab Ipsis Ecclesia Christianae Incunabulis ad Nostra Usque Tempora, Secundum Cujusque Saeculi Seriem, Accurate Digesta. Editio Septima, Ab Ipso Auctore Correcta, Plurimum Aucta, & Quinque Indicibus Locupletata. Quorum Primus est Dissertationum, Conciliorum, Aliorumque Titulorum; Secundus Chronologicus Romanorum Pontisicum; Tertius Alfabeticus Eorundem Romanorum Pontisicum; Quartus, Chronologicus, Imperatorum Romani Imperii; Quintus Tandem Canonicus & Universalis Rerum Notabilium. Priores Quartuor Initio Operis Habentur; Quintus Vero, seu Ultimus, ad Calcem Rejectus est. - by R.P. Joannis Cabassutii - Aquisextiensis, Presbyteri Congregationis Oratorii Domini Jesu. Printed in Venetiis (Venice) by Balleoniana, in 1772 (MDCCLXXII) . Superiorum Permissu. This being PAGE 135/136. Contains 91 lines of Latin text printed in double column. Single page, printed on both sides, recto & verso. Laid paper. Large FOLIO size leaf. In VERY GOOD condition. The author of this title, Jean Cabassut (Cabassutii/Cabassutius) (1604-1685) was a French Oratorian theologian. He was born at Aix & entered the Oratory at the age of 21. Though devoted to his labour he was always ready to interrupt even his most favourite study to assist the needy. He had taught canon law at Avignon for some time, when Cardinal Grimaldi, Archbishop of Aix, took him as companion to Rome, where Father Cabassut remained about 18 months. Returning to Aix, where he spent the rest of his life, he became a distinguished writer on questions of ecclesiastical history, canon law, & moral theology. St. Alphonsus considers him classical. He was a probabiliorist in his moral solutions. The following work is worthy of note: "Notitia Conciliorum" (Lyons, 1668). Cardinal Grimaldi induced the writer to enlarge this work & publish it under the title, "Notitia ecclesiastica historiarum, conciliorum et canonum invicem collatorum", etc. (Lyons, 1680, & other dates; Munich, 1758; Tournai, 1851, 3 vols.). Often modified & enlarged, it was once, under the title "Cabassutius", an authority for the history of councils. A compendium of the "Notitia" appeared at Louvain, 1776. The printer of this title, Typographia Balleoniana, was an 18th century publisher based in Venice, Italy. This magnificent large folio-size example of early letterpress printing is from a substantial collection of material which was only recently unearthed in Budapest. These pages sat dormant for over 250 years, concealed in a Hungarian cellar. They survived multiple wars & decades of communist rule, in which countless books were destroyed. This original letterpress printed page comes with printed sheet with full details. A digital image of the title page of the original antiquarian book which this particular page came from will also be provided with purchase. A truly wonderful folio-size example of early letterpress printing. Ideal for framing. RARE & desirable. Bookseller Inventory # 012308

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Item Description: Ex Typographia Balleoniana, Venetiis (Venice), 1772. Unbound. Book Condition: Very Good. A SINGLE LEAF from the following title: Notitia Ecclesiastica Historiarum, Conciliorum, et Canonum Invicem Collatorum, Veterumque Juxta, ac Recentiorum Ecclesiae Rituum, ab Ipsis Ecclesia Christianae Incunabulis ad Nostra Usque Tempora, Secundum Cujusque Saeculi Seriem, Accurate Digesta. Editio Septima, Ab Ipso Auctore Correcta, Plurimum Aucta, & Quinque Indicibus Locupletata. Quorum Primus est Dissertationum, Conciliorum, Aliorumque Titulorum; Secundus Chronologicus Romanorum Pontisicum; Tertius Alfabeticus Eorundem Romanorum Pontisicum; Quartus, Chronologicus, Imperatorum Romani Imperii; Quintus Tandem Canonicus & Universalis Rerum Notabilium. Priores Quartuor Initio Operis Habentur; Quintus Vero, seu Ultimus, ad Calcem Rejectus est. - by R.P. Joannis Cabassutii - Aquisextiensis, Presbyteri Congregationis Oratorii Domini Jesu. Printed in Venetiis (Venice) by Balleoniana, in 1772 (MDCCLXXII) . Superiorum Permissu. This being PAGE 137/138. Contains 91 lines of Latin text printed in double column. Single page, printed on both sides, recto & verso. Laid paper. Large FOLIO size leaf. In VERY GOOD condition. The author of this title, Jean Cabassut (Cabassutii/Cabassutius) (1604-1685) was a French Oratorian theologian. He was born at Aix & entered the Oratory at the age of 21. Though devoted to his labour he was always ready to interrupt even his most favourite study to assist the needy. He had taught canon law at Avignon for some time, when Cardinal Grimaldi, Archbishop of Aix, took him as companion to Rome, where Father Cabassut remained about 18 months. Returning to Aix, where he spent the rest of his life, he became a distinguished writer on questions of ecclesiastical history, canon law, & moral theology. St. Alphonsus considers him classical. He was a probabiliorist in his moral solutions. The following work is worthy of note: "Notitia Conciliorum" (Lyons, 1668). Cardinal Grimaldi induced the writer to enlarge this work & publish it under the title, "Notitia ecclesiastica historiarum, conciliorum et canonum invicem collatorum", etc. (Lyons, 1680, & other dates; Munich, 1758; Tournai, 1851, 3 vols.). Often modified & enlarged, it was once, under the title "Cabassutius", an authority for the history of councils. A compendium of the "Notitia" appeared at Louvain, 1776. The printer of this title, Typographia Balleoniana, was an 18th century publisher based in Venice, Italy. This magnificent large folio-size example of early letterpress printing is from a substantial collection of material which was only recently unearthed in Budapest. These pages sat dormant for over 250 years, concealed in a Hungarian cellar. They survived multiple wars & decades of communist rule, in which countless books were destroyed. This original letterpress printed page comes with printed sheet with full details. A digital image of the title page of the original antiquarian book which this particular page came from will also be provided with purchase. A truly wonderful folio-size example of early letterpress printing. Ideal for framing. RARE & desirable. Bookseller Inventory # 012309

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Item Description: Ex Typographia Balleoniana, Venetiis (Venice), 1772. Unbound. Book Condition: Very Good. A SINGLE LEAF from the following title: Notitia Ecclesiastica Historiarum, Conciliorum, et Canonum Invicem Collatorum, Veterumque Juxta, ac Recentiorum Ecclesiae Rituum, ab Ipsis Ecclesia Christianae Incunabulis ad Nostra Usque Tempora, Secundum Cujusque Saeculi Seriem, Accurate Digesta. Editio Septima, Ab Ipso Auctore Correcta, Plurimum Aucta, & Quinque Indicibus Locupletata. Quorum Primus est Dissertationum, Conciliorum, Aliorumque Titulorum; Secundus Chronologicus Romanorum Pontisicum; Tertius Alfabeticus Eorundem Romanorum Pontisicum; Quartus, Chronologicus, Imperatorum Romani Imperii; Quintus Tandem Canonicus & Universalis Rerum Notabilium. Priores Quartuor Initio Operis Habentur; Quintus Vero, seu Ultimus, ad Calcem Rejectus est. - by R.P. Joannis Cabassutii - Aquisextiensis, Presbyteri Congregationis Oratorii Domini Jesu. Printed in Venetiis (Venice) by Balleoniana, in 1772 (MDCCLXXII) . Superiorum Permissu. This being PAGE 139/140. Contains 91 lines of Latin text printed in double column. Single page, printed on both sides, recto & verso. Laid paper. Large FOLIO size leaf. In VERY GOOD condition. The author of this title, Jean Cabassut (Cabassutii/Cabassutius) (1604-1685) was a French Oratorian theologian. He was born at Aix & entered the Oratory at the age of 21. Though devoted to his labour he was always ready to interrupt even his most favourite study to assist the needy. He had taught canon law at Avignon for some time, when Cardinal Grimaldi, Archbishop of Aix, took him as companion to Rome, where Father Cabassut remained about 18 months. Returning to Aix, where he spent the rest of his life, he became a distinguished writer on questions of ecclesiastical history, canon law, & moral theology. St. Alphonsus considers him classical. He was a probabiliorist in his moral solutions. The following work is worthy of note: "Notitia Conciliorum" (Lyons, 1668). Cardinal Grimaldi induced the writer to enlarge this work & publish it under the title, "Notitia ecclesiastica historiarum, conciliorum et canonum invicem collatorum", etc. (Lyons, 1680, & other dates; Munich, 1758; Tournai, 1851, 3 vols.). Often modified & enlarged, it was once, under the title "Cabassutius", an authority for the history of councils. A compendium of the "Notitia" appeared at Louvain, 1776. The printer of this title, Typographia Balleoniana, was an 18th century publisher based in Venice, Italy. This magnificent large folio-size example of early letterpress printing is from a substantial collection of material which was only recently unearthed in Budapest. These pages sat dormant for over 250 years, concealed in a Hungarian cellar. They survived multiple wars & decades of communist rule, in which countless books were destroyed. This original letterpress printed page comes with printed sheet with full details. A digital image of the title page of the original antiquarian book which this particular page came from will also be provided with purchase. A truly wonderful folio-size example of early letterpress printing. Ideal for framing. RARE & desirable. Bookseller Inventory # 012310

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Item Description: Ex Typographia Balleoniana, Venetiis (Venice), 1772. Unbound. Book Condition: Very Good. A SINGLE LEAF from the following title: Notitia Ecclesiastica Historiarum, Conciliorum, et Canonum Invicem Collatorum, Veterumque Juxta, ac Recentiorum Ecclesiae Rituum, ab Ipsis Ecclesia Christianae Incunabulis ad Nostra Usque Tempora, Secundum Cujusque Saeculi Seriem, Accurate Digesta. Editio Septima, Ab Ipso Auctore Correcta, Plurimum Aucta, & Quinque Indicibus Locupletata. Quorum Primus est Dissertationum, Conciliorum, Aliorumque Titulorum; Secundus Chronologicus Romanorum Pontisicum; Tertius Alfabeticus Eorundem Romanorum Pontisicum; Quartus, Chronologicus, Imperatorum Romani Imperii; Quintus Tandem Canonicus & Universalis Rerum Notabilium. Priores Quartuor Initio Operis Habentur; Quintus Vero, seu Ultimus, ad Calcem Rejectus est. - by R.P. Joannis Cabassutii - Aquisextiensis, Presbyteri Congregationis Oratorii Domini Jesu. Printed in Venetiis (Venice) by Balleoniana, in 1772 (MDCCLXXII) . Superiorum Permissu. This being PAGE 141/142. Contains 91 lines of Latin text printed in double column. Single page, printed on both sides, recto & verso. Laid paper. Large FOLIO size leaf. In VERY GOOD condition. The author of this title, Jean Cabassut (Cabassutii/Cabassutius) (1604-1685) was a French Oratorian theologian. He was born at Aix & entered the Oratory at the age of 21. Though devoted to his labour he was always ready to interrupt even his most favourite study to assist the needy. He had taught canon law at Avignon for some time, when Cardinal Grimaldi, Archbishop of Aix, took him as companion to Rome, where Father Cabassut remained about 18 months. Returning to Aix, where he spent the rest of his life, he became a distinguished writer on questions of ecclesiastical history, canon law, & moral theology. St. Alphonsus considers him classical. He was a probabiliorist in his moral solutions. The following work is worthy of note: "Notitia Conciliorum" (Lyons, 1668). Cardinal Grimaldi induced the writer to enlarge this work & publish it under the title, "Notitia ecclesiastica historiarum, conciliorum et canonum invicem collatorum", etc. (Lyons, 1680, & other dates; Munich, 1758; Tournai, 1851, 3 vols.). Often modified & enlarged, it was once, under the title "Cabassutius", an authority for the history of councils. A compendium of the "Notitia" appeared at Louvain, 1776. The printer of this title, Typographia Balleoniana, was an 18th century publisher based in Venice, Italy. This magnificent large folio-size example of early letterpress printing is from a substantial collection of material which was only recently unearthed in Budapest. These pages sat dormant for over 250 years, concealed in a Hungarian cellar. They survived multiple wars & decades of communist rule, in which countless books were destroyed. This original letterpress printed page comes with printed sheet with full details. A digital image of the title page of the original antiquarian book which this particular page came from will also be provided with purchase. A truly wonderful folio-size example of early letterpress printing. Ideal for framing. RARE & desirable. Bookseller Inventory # 012311

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Item Description: Ex Typographia Balleoniana, Venetiis (Venice), 1772. Unbound. Book Condition: Very Good. A SINGLE LEAF from the following title: Notitia Ecclesiastica Historiarum, Conciliorum, et Canonum Invicem Collatorum, Veterumque Juxta, ac Recentiorum Ecclesiae Rituum, ab Ipsis Ecclesia Christianae Incunabulis ad Nostra Usque Tempora, Secundum Cujusque Saeculi Seriem, Accurate Digesta. Editio Septima, Ab Ipso Auctore Correcta, Plurimum Aucta, & Quinque Indicibus Locupletata. Quorum Primus est Dissertationum, Conciliorum, Aliorumque Titulorum; Secundus Chronologicus Romanorum Pontisicum; Tertius Alfabeticus Eorundem Romanorum Pontisicum; Quartus, Chronologicus, Imperatorum Romani Imperii; Quintus Tandem Canonicus & Universalis Rerum Notabilium. Priores Quartuor Initio Operis Habentur; Quintus Vero, seu Ultimus, ad Calcem Rejectus est. - by R.P. Joannis Cabassutii - Aquisextiensis, Presbyteri Congregationis Oratorii Domini Jesu. Printed in Venetiis (Venice) by Balleoniana, in 1772 (MDCCLXXII) . Superiorum Permissu. This being PAGE 143/144. Contains 91 lines of Latin text printed in double column. Single page, printed on both sides, recto & verso. Laid paper. Large FOLIO size leaf. In VERY GOOD condition. The author of this title, Jean Cabassut (Cabassutii/Cabassutius) (1604-1685) was a French Oratorian theologian. He was born at Aix & entered the Oratory at the age of 21. Though devoted to his labour he was always ready to interrupt even his most favourite study to assist the needy. He had taught canon law at Avignon for some time, when Cardinal Grimaldi, Archbishop of Aix, took him as companion to Rome, where Father Cabassut remained about 18 months. Returning to Aix, where he spent the rest of his life, he became a distinguished writer on questions of ecclesiastical history, canon law, & moral theology. St. Alphonsus considers him classical. He was a probabiliorist in his moral solutions. The following work is worthy of note: "Notitia Conciliorum" (Lyons, 1668). Cardinal Grimaldi induced the writer to enlarge this work & publish it under the title, "Notitia ecclesiastica historiarum, conciliorum et canonum invicem collatorum", etc. (Lyons, 1680, & other dates; Munich, 1758; Tournai, 1851, 3 vols.). Often modified & enlarged, it was once, under the title "Cabassutius", an authority for the history of councils. A compendium of the "Notitia" appeared at Louvain, 1776. The printer of this title, Typographia Balleoniana, was an 18th century publisher based in Venice, Italy. This magnificent large folio-size example of early letterpress printing is from a substantial collection of material which was only recently unearthed in Budapest. These pages sat dormant for over 250 years, concealed in a Hungarian cellar. They survived multiple wars & decades of communist rule, in which countless books were destroyed. This original letterpress printed page comes with printed sheet with full details. A digital image of the title page of the original antiquarian book which this particular page came from will also be provided with purchase. A truly wonderful folio-size example of early letterpress printing. Ideal for framing. RARE & desirable. Bookseller Inventory # 012312

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Item Description: Ex Typographia Balleoniana, Venetiis (Venice), 1772. Unbound. Book Condition: Very Good. A SINGLE LEAF from the following title: Notitia Ecclesiastica Historiarum, Conciliorum, et Canonum Invicem Collatorum, Veterumque Juxta, ac Recentiorum Ecclesiae Rituum, ab Ipsis Ecclesia Christianae Incunabulis ad Nostra Usque Tempora, Secundum Cujusque Saeculi Seriem, Accurate Digesta. Editio Septima, Ab Ipso Auctore Correcta, Plurimum Aucta, & Quinque Indicibus Locupletata. Quorum Primus est Dissertationum, Conciliorum, Aliorumque Titulorum; Secundus Chronologicus Romanorum Pontisicum; Tertius Alfabeticus Eorundem Romanorum Pontisicum; Quartus, Chronologicus, Imperatorum Romani Imperii; Quintus Tandem Canonicus & Universalis Rerum Notabilium. Priores Quartuor Initio Operis Habentur; Quintus Vero, seu Ultimus, ad Calcem Rejectus est. - by R.P. Joannis Cabassutii - Aquisextiensis, Presbyteri Congregationis Oratorii Domini Jesu. Printed in Venetiis (Venice) by Balleoniana, in 1772 (MDCCLXXII) . Superiorum Permissu. This being PAGE 145/146. Contains 91 lines of Latin text printed in double column. Single page, printed on both sides, recto & verso. Laid paper. Large FOLIO size leaf. In VERY GOOD condition. The author of this title, Jean Cabassut (Cabassutii/Cabassutius) (1604-1685) was a French Oratorian theologian. He was born at Aix & entered the Oratory at the age of 21. Though devoted to his labour he was always ready to interrupt even his most favourite study to assist the needy. He had taught canon law at Avignon for some time, when Cardinal Grimaldi, Archbishop of Aix, took him as companion to Rome, where Father Cabassut remained about 18 months. Returning to Aix, where he spent the rest of his life, he became a distinguished writer on questions of ecclesiastical history, canon law, & moral theology. St. Alphonsus considers him classical. He was a probabiliorist in his moral solutions. The following work is worthy of note: "Notitia Conciliorum" (Lyons, 1668). Cardinal Grimaldi induced the writer to enlarge this work & publish it under the title, "Notitia ecclesiastica historiarum, conciliorum et canonum invicem collatorum", etc. (Lyons, 1680, & other dates; Munich, 1758; Tournai, 1851, 3 vols.). Often modified & enlarged, it was once, under the title "Cabassutius", an authority for the history of councils. A compendium of the "Notitia" appeared at Louvain, 1776. The printer of this title, Typographia Balleoniana, was an 18th century publisher based in Venice, Italy. This magnificent large folio-size example of early letterpress printing is from a substantial collection of material which was only recently unearthed in Budapest. These pages sat dormant for over 250 years, concealed in a Hungarian cellar. They survived multiple wars & decades of communist rule, in which countless books were destroyed. This original letterpress printed page comes with printed sheet with full details. A digital image of the title page of the original antiquarian book which this particular page came from will also be provided with purchase. A truly wonderful folio-size example of early letterpress printing. Ideal for framing. RARE & desirable. Bookseller Inventory # 012313

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Item Description: Ex Typographia Balleoniana, Venetiis (Venice), 1772. Unbound. Book Condition: Very Good. A SINGLE LEAF from the following title: Notitia Ecclesiastica Historiarum, Conciliorum, et Canonum Invicem Collatorum, Veterumque Juxta, ac Recentiorum Ecclesiae Rituum, ab Ipsis Ecclesia Christianae Incunabulis ad Nostra Usque Tempora, Secundum Cujusque Saeculi Seriem, Accurate Digesta. Editio Septima, Ab Ipso Auctore Correcta, Plurimum Aucta, & Quinque Indicibus Locupletata. Quorum Primus est Dissertationum, Conciliorum, Aliorumque Titulorum; Secundus Chronologicus Romanorum Pontisicum; Tertius Alfabeticus Eorundem Romanorum Pontisicum; Quartus, Chronologicus, Imperatorum Romani Imperii; Quintus Tandem Canonicus & Universalis Rerum Notabilium. Priores Quartuor Initio Operis Habentur; Quintus Vero, seu Ultimus, ad Calcem Rejectus est. - by R.P. Joannis Cabassutii - Aquisextiensis, Presbyteri Congregationis Oratorii Domini Jesu. Printed in Venetiis (Venice) by Balleoniana, in 1772 (MDCCLXXII) . Superiorum Permissu. This being PAGE 147/148. Contains 91 lines of Latin text printed in double column. Single page, printed on both sides, recto & verso. Laid paper. Large FOLIO size leaf. In VERY GOOD condition. The author of this title, Jean Cabassut (Cabassutii/Cabassutius) (1604-1685) was a French Oratorian theologian. He was born at Aix & entered the Oratory at the age of 21. Though devoted to his labour he was always ready to interrupt even his most favourite study to assist the needy. He had taught canon law at Avignon for some time, when Cardinal Grimaldi, Archbishop of Aix, took him as companion to Rome, where Father Cabassut remained about 18 months. Returning to Aix, where he spent the rest of his life, he became a distinguished writer on questions of ecclesiastical history, canon law, & moral theology. St. Alphonsus considers him classical. He was a probabiliorist in his moral solutions. The following work is worthy of note: "Notitia Conciliorum" (Lyons, 1668). Cardinal Grimaldi induced the writer to enlarge this work & publish it under the title, "Notitia ecclesiastica historiarum, conciliorum et canonum invicem collatorum", etc. (Lyons, 1680, & other dates; Munich, 1758; Tournai, 1851, 3 vols.). Often modified & enlarged, it was once, under the title "Cabassutius", an authority for the history of councils. A compendium of the "Notitia" appeared at Louvain, 1776. The printer of this title, Typographia Balleoniana, was an 18th century publisher based in Venice, Italy. This magnificent large folio-size example of early letterpress printing is from a substantial collection of material which was only recently unearthed in Budapest. These pages sat dormant for over 250 years, concealed in a Hungarian cellar. They survived multiple wars & decades of communist rule, in which countless books were destroyed. This original letterpress printed page comes with printed sheet with full details. A digital image of the title page of the original antiquarian book which this particular page came from will also be provided with purchase. A truly wonderful folio-size example of early letterpress printing. Ideal for framing. RARE & desirable. Bookseller Inventory # 012314

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Item Description: Ex Typographia Balleoniana, Venetiis (Venice), 1772. Unbound. Book Condition: Very Good. A SINGLE LEAF from the following title: Notitia Ecclesiastica Historiarum, Conciliorum, et Canonum Invicem Collatorum, Veterumque Juxta, ac Recentiorum Ecclesiae Rituum, ab Ipsis Ecclesia Christianae Incunabulis ad Nostra Usque Tempora, Secundum Cujusque Saeculi Seriem, Accurate Digesta. Editio Septima, Ab Ipso Auctore Correcta, Plurimum Aucta, & Quinque Indicibus Locupletata. Quorum Primus est Dissertationum, Conciliorum, Aliorumque Titulorum; Secundus Chronologicus Romanorum Pontisicum; Tertius Alfabeticus Eorundem Romanorum Pontisicum; Quartus, Chronologicus, Imperatorum Romani Imperii; Quintus Tandem Canonicus & Universalis Rerum Notabilium. Priores Quartuor Initio Operis Habentur; Quintus Vero, seu Ultimus, ad Calcem Rejectus est. - by R.P. Joannis Cabassutii - Aquisextiensis, Presbyteri Congregationis Oratorii Domini Jesu. Printed in Venetiis (Venice) by Balleoniana, in 1772 (MDCCLXXII) . Superiorum Permissu. This being PAGE 149/150. Contains 91 lines of Latin text printed in double column. Single page, printed on both sides, recto & verso. Laid paper. Large FOLIO size leaf. In VERY GOOD condition. The author of this title, Jean Cabassut (Cabassutii/Cabassutius) (1604-1685) was a French Oratorian theologian. He was born at Aix & entered the Oratory at the age of 21. Though devoted to his labour he was always ready to interrupt even his most favourite study to assist the needy. He had taught canon law at Avignon for some time, when Cardinal Grimaldi, Archbishop of Aix, took him as companion to Rome, where Father Cabassut remained about 18 months. Returning to Aix, where he spent the rest of his life, he became a distinguished writer on questions of ecclesiastical history, canon law, & moral theology. St. Alphonsus considers him classical. He was a probabiliorist in his moral solutions. The following work is worthy of note: "Notitia Conciliorum" (Lyons, 1668). Cardinal Grimaldi induced the writer to enlarge this work & publish it under the title, "Notitia ecclesiastica historiarum, conciliorum et canonum invicem collatorum", etc. (Lyons, 1680, & other dates; Munich, 1758; Tournai, 1851, 3 vols.). Often modified & enlarged, it was once, under the title "Cabassutius", an authority for the history of councils. A compendium of the "Notitia" appeared at Louvain, 1776. The printer of this title, Typographia Balleoniana, was an 18th century publisher based in Venice, Italy. This magnificent large folio-size example of early letterpress printing is from a substantial collection of material which was only recently unearthed in Budapest. These pages sat dormant for over 250 years, concealed in a Hungarian cellar. They survived multiple wars & decades of communist rule, in which countless books were destroyed. This original letterpress printed page comes with printed sheet with full details. A digital image of the title page of the original antiquarian book which this particular page came from will also be provided with purchase. A truly wonderful folio-size example of early letterpress printing. Ideal for framing. RARE & desirable. Bookseller Inventory # 012315

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Cabassutii, R.P. Joannis

Published by Editio Nona pars Prima. Sumptibus Josephi Qu. Batholamæi Rossi, Venetiis, 1792. (1792)

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Item Description: Editio Nona pars Prima. Sumptibus Josephi Qu. Batholamæi Rossi, Venetiis, 1792., 1792. 4to, HB, xx + 856pp. Fair+ condition. Ex lib with stamps and owner's names at prelims. Half leather with marbled boards. All edges red. Aged and worn, edges quite frayed and damaged at lower edges and sides. Remnant of square label on spine reads 'TOM 1.-2.' Bumped and rubbed, boards quite scuffed and soiled. Front hinge cracked. Foxed. Right hand side of pages water stained, but contents legible and clear. Pictures available on request. Latin. Bookseller Inventory # 55595

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Item Description: Paperback. Book Condition: ANCIEN. "Editio secunda. Lugduni, ex officina Anissoniana, Joannis Posuel, et Claudii Rigaud, 1685, in-fol, plein veau de l'écoins émoussés, coiffes manquantes, plats frottés (manque sur plat sup.), mors fendus, cuir manquant sur 4 entrenerfs, rel. solide. Bookseller Inventory # A22220-514

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Item Description: Sumptibus Anisson & Posuel,, Lugduni, 1725. Portada a dos tintas y con pequeño grabado en madera, 10 hojas, 680 páginas, 27 hojas. Encuadernación en holandesa pergamino moderno con tejuelo en el lomo. Sellos de goma de antigua biblioteca. Antiguas manchas de humedad marginales. Buen estado. Bookseller Inventory # 55375

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R. P. JOANNIS CABASSUTII AQUISEXTIENSIS.

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Item Description: XX+849 pp. Enc. en pergamino de época. 26,5x20. Portada a dos tintas. Bien conservado. Sumptibus Heredis Nicolai Pezzana. Venetiis, 1773. Recoge todos los Sínodos y Concilios celebrados hasta la segunda mitad del siglo dieciocho. Ofertas en papel CIENTO CINCUENTA Y TRES. Bookseller Inventory # 12908476

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Item Description: 1773. ., 1773. Imp. Herederos de Nicolai Pezzana. Venecia. Col. Edición octava. 1 Vol. . 10 h. + 850 páginas pp. Cuarto. Pergamino de época. Historia Universal (Historia Universal), Idiomas (Latín), Religión / Teología / Ética / Monasterios /Ordenes Religiosas (General), Siglo XVIII . Obra importante que recoge la historia de los concilios de la iglesia. Buen ejemplar de esta edición veneciana. Pergamino con lomo caligrafiado, algo deslucido. Texto en buen estado . Bookseller Inventory # 3203 137

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