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LONDON, SATURDAY, JANUARY 7, 1882. Giberti, besides the Chrysostom of 1529, are the <zyo
following :CONTENTS. - N° 106.
“Rossetti Blasii, Libellus de Rudimentis Musices, NOTES :-Giberti, Bishop of Verona, and the Giberti Press, Veronæ, MDXXIX. mense Septemtrio [sic] per Stepha.
1-Lord Hussey and the Lincolnshire Rebellion, 3-Gerunde num et fratres de Nicolinis de Sabio," &c. 4to.
press in the immediate vicinity of the cathedral, QUERIES :-Courtesy Titles,. 7 – Darcy Family "Ympe and furnished his printers with new type, both tree"-Differencing Arms—"Danothy Hall"-8t. Edmund
Roman and Greek. The Chrysostom bears date
bishop. After music came the turn of grammar,
“Grammatica Latina in Volgare. In Verona MDXXIX
per Maestro Stephano Nicholini et Fratelli. Adi 23
The year 1530 saw some important issues from
subject-matter. It opened with :NOTES ON BOOKS:-The Speaker's Commentary: New Test. Vol. IV.-Russell's “ Haigs of Bemersyde"-Cox and
“Euthymii Monachi Zigabeni, Commentationes in Hope's "Chronicles of All Saints', Derby," &c.
omnes Psalmos de Græco in Latinum converaæ per Notices to Correspondents, &c.
R. D. Philippum Saulum Episc. Brugnateusem. Veronæ
A splendid edition, says Giuliari, in beautiful
type, and with amplo margin. It is dedicated to GIOVANNI MATTEO GIBERTI, BISHOP OF
Clement VII. VERONA, AND THE GIBERTI PRESS.
The next work published in 1530 belongs to the MR. CLARKE, in his interesting account of the throws a light upon the ecclesiastical history of
pastoral side of Bishop Giberti's character, and Library of Queen's College, Oxford (6th S. iv. 441, the times : seqq.), has incidentally mentioned a specimen exist
“Giberti Gio, Mattheo, Breve ricordo di quello che ing there of the private press of a very distin- hanno da fare i Chierici, massimamente Curati, ecc. guished Italian prelate of the Reformation period, In Verona mdxxx. per Maestro Stephano ecc. habita and of which probably but few specimens are in presso il Domo, nel mese di Aprile." 4to. this country. As I happen to have spoken of the This is the first book in which the locality of the Giberti Press in & paper on “Veronese Typo- Giberti Press is stated. It is also the first pubgraphy, XVth-XIXth Century," read before the lished by the bishop on matters connected with Royal Society of Literature in 1874, I may perhaps the government of his beloved church of Verona, be permitted to place a few details before the as Giuliari writes. It was brought out in view readers of “ N. & Q."
of the bishop's first diocesan visitation, held in One word, in limine, as to the bishop's name. 1530. It was Giberti, as I have placed it at the head of To this year belongs also another Veronese pubthe present note, not Ghiberti, as written by Mr. lication, Fracastori's very highly praised Morbus CLARKE. I have before me the elaborate and Gallicus (Verone MDXXX. menge Augusto), valuable monograph, Della Tipografia Veronese, which, however, bears no printer's name, and Saggio Storico-Letterario (Verona, Tip. Merlo, cannot, therefore, be certainly accounted a work 1871), by Mgr. G. B. Carlo Conte Giuliari, Canon, of the Giberti Press. But the negative argument and Librarian of the Chapter Library, as an advanced by Giuliari, that no other contemporary authority alike for the orthography of the bishop's printers are known in Verona, is a strong one. name and for the publications of his press. Scaliger placed Fracastori at the head of the
The works named by Mgr. Giuliari as having modern Latin poets, and his poem ran through been published under the direction of Bishop six editions during the sixteenth century alone.