Important Works for the Study of Early Modern English Libraries
Bibliography of Early Modern English Library Catalogues
Alphabetical List of Private Book-Owners and Institutional Collections

Bibliography of Early Modern English Library Catalogues

Aaron, R. I. "A Catalogue of Berkeley's Library." Mind 41 (1932): 465-75.

Adams, H. M. Catalogue of Books Printed on the Continent of Europe 1501-1600 in Cambridge Libraries. 2 vols. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1967.

The Aldine Press: A Catalogue of the Ahmanson-Murphy Collection of Books by or relating to the Press in the Library of the University of California, Los Angeles. Berkeley: University of California Press, 2001. [includes a provenance index, pp. 657-64]

Allen, P. S. “Early Documents Connected with the Library of Merton College.” The Library, 4th series, 4.4 (1924): 249-76.

Alzati, Giovanni Cantoni. La Biblioteca di S. Giustina di Padova: libri e cultura presso i benedettini in età umanistica. Padua, 1982.

Ames-Lewis, F. The Library and Manuscripts of Piero di Cosimo de’ Medici. New York: Garland, 1984.

Anderson, Christy Jo. "Inigo Jones's Library and the Language of Architectural Classicism in England, 1580-1640." Unpublished doctoral dissertation, MIT, 1993.

Andreasi, Claudia. "La biblioteca di frate Giovanni Battista Panetti carmelitano." Medioevo e Rinascimento, new series, 14 (2000): 183-231.

Aquilon, Pierre, and Denise Hillard. "La Bibliothèque de Michel de Chamelet, juriste bourbonnais." In Frédéric Barbier, et al., eds., Le Livre et l'Historien (Geneva: Droz, 1997), pp. 95-109.

Armandi, Patrizia. "Erasmo da Rotterdam e i Libri: Storia di una Biblioteca." In Bibliothecae Selectae da Cusano a Leopardi, ed. Eugenio Canone (Florence, 1993), pp. 13-72.

Arundel Library Catalogue. C. 1650. British Library. Sloane MS 862.

Artier, Jacqueline. "La Bibliothèque du Cardinal de Richelieu." In Jolly, vol. 1, pp. 127-33.

Ashcraft, R. "John Locke's Library: Portrait of an Intellectual." Transactions of the Cambridge Bibliographical Society 5 (1969): 47-60.

Attig, John C., comp. John Locke Bibliography: A Comprehensive Listing of Publications by and about John Locke. [an evolving online bibliography; includes references to books owned by Locke]

Auge, Oliver. "Frömmigkeit, Bildung, Bücherliebe -- Konstanten im Leben des Buxheimer Kartäusers Hilprand Brandenberg (1442-1514)." In Bücher, Bibliotheken und Schriftkultur der Kartäuser, ed. Sonke Lorenz (Stuttgart, 2002), pp. 399-421.

Augereau, Laurence. "Une Bibliothèque française 'mal sentante' de la foi? Les Livres d'Adam de Longuemort, serviteur du roi de Navarre (1590)." Journal de la Renaissance 1 (2000): 331-48.

Austin, Gabriel. The Library of Jean Grolier: A Preliminary Catalogue. New York: Grolier Club, 1971.

Ayres, Philip. "Burlington's Library at Chiswick." Studies in Bibliography 45 (1992): 113-27.

Bainton, Roland H. Bibliography of the Continental Reformation: Materials Available in English. 2nd ed. Hamden, CT: Archon Books, 1972.

Bakeless, John. The Tragicall History of Christopher Marlowe. 2 vols. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1942.

Baker, D. C., and J. L. Murphy. “The Books of Myles Blomefylde.” The Library, 5th series, 31 (1976): 377-85. [lists 21 books known to have belonged to Blomefylde]

Baker, J. H. English Legal Manuscripts, vol. 2: Catalogue of the manuscript year books, readings, and law reports in Lincoln's Inn, the Bodleian Library, and Gray's Inn. London, 1978. [includes notes on the dispersed libraries of Charles Fairfax, Henry Powle, and John Selden]

Balayé, Simone. La Bibliothèque nationale des origines à 1800. Geneva: Droz, 1988.

Baldwin, T. W. William Shakspere's Small Latine and Lesse Greeke. 2 vols. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1944.

Balfour, James, and Andrew Balfour, M.D. Bibliotheca Balfouriana, sive Catalogus Selectissimorum Librorum. Edinburgh, 1699.

Banderier, Gilles. "A propos de la bibliothèque d'Agrippa d'Aubigné." French Studies Bulletin: A Quarterly Supplement 91 (2004): 7-10.

Banger, R. The Town Library at Wisbech from its Foundation until 1700. Unpublished M.A. thesis. [lists all books acquired before 1700, with provenance information when available]

Banker, James R. "A Legal and Humanistic Library in Borgo San Sepolcro in the Middle of the Fifteenth Century." Rinascimento: Rivista dell'Instituto Nazionale di Studi sul Rinascimento 33 (1993): 163-91.

Barbeito Carneiro, María Isabel. "La biblioteca de la VI Condesa de Lemos." In Kurt Reichenberger, et al., eds., Varia Bibliographica: Homenaje a José Simón Díaz (Kassel: Reichenberger, 1988), pp. 67-83.

Baridon, Silvio F. Inventaire de la bibliothèque de Pontus de Tyard (1582-1634). Geneva and Lille, 1950.

Barkan, Leonard. "What Did Shakespeare Read?" In The Cambridge Companion to Shakespeare, ed. Margreta de Grazia and Stanley Wells (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2001), pp. 31-48

Barker, Jill D. "George III, King of Great Britain and Ireland (1738-1820)." In Baker and Womack, 1999 (pp. 117-22).

Barker, Nicolas. Bibliotheca Lindesiana. 1977.

Barker, Nicolas. “The Books of Henry Howard Earl of Northampton.” Bodleian Library Record 13 (1990): 375-81.

Barker, Nicolas. "The Library Catalogue of Laurence Sterne." In Barker, Form and Meaning in the History of the Book: Selected Essays (London: British Library, 2003), pp. 399-412.

Barker, Nicolas. Treasures from the Libraries of National Trust Country Houses. New York: Royal Oak Foundation and the Grolier Club, 1999.

Barnard, J. “A Puritan Controversialist and His Books: The Will of Alexander Cooke (1564-1632).” Publication of the Bibliographical Society of America 86 (1992): 82-86.

Barnard, J. and M. Bell. The Early Seventeenth Century York Book Trade and John Foster’s Inventory of 1616. Leeds: Leeds Philological and Literary Society, 1994.

Barnard, T. C. “The Purchase of Archbishop Ussher’s Library in 1657.” Long Room: Bulletin of the Friends of the Library. Trinity College, Dublin (1971): 4:9-14.

Baron, S. A. "Anthony à Wood (1632-1695)." In Baker and Womack, 1999 (pp. 401-6).

Barr, C. B. L. "The Minster Library." In G. E. Aylmer and Reginald Cant, eds., A History of York Minster (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1977), pp. 487-539.

Barratt, D. M. "The library of John Selden and its later history." Bodleian Library Record 3 (1950-51): 128-42, 208-13, 256-74.

Bartholin, Thomas. On the Burning of his Library. Trans. C. D. O'Malley. Lawrence: University of Kansas Libraries, 1964.

Batho, G. R. “The Library of the ‘Wizard’ Earl: Henry Percy Ninth Earl of Northumberland (1564-1632).” The Library, 5th series, 15 (1960): 246-61.

Batten, B. The hey-day of the Heydons of Baconsthorpe, Norfolk and West Wickham, Kent. Unpublished thesis, 1960. [see chapter 11 on Christopher Heydon’s library]

Bauchart, Ernest-Quentin. Les femmes bibliophiles de France (XVIe, XVIIe & XVIIIe siècles). Paris: Damascène Morgand, 1886.

Beadle, R. "Medieval English Manuscripts at Auction, 1676-c. 1700." Book Collector 53 (2004): 46-63.

Beal, Peter. Index of English Literary Manuscripts. 5 vols. London: Mansell, 1980-92.

Beal, Peter. "'The most constant and best entertainment': Sir George Etherege's Reading in Ratisbon." The Library 10 (1988): 122-44.

Beal, Peter. "Note 567: More Books from Sir William Boothby's Library." Book Collector 47:4 (1998): 577-80.

Beal, Peter. "Sir George Etherege's Library at Ratisbon." The Library, 7th series, no. 3 (2002): 315-16.

Beavan, Iain. "'The Best Library That Ever the North Pairtes of Scottland Saw': Thomas Reid (Latin Secretary to James VI) and His Books." In Peter Isaac and Barry McKay, eds., The Reach of Print: Making, Selling and Using Books (Winchester: St. Paul's Bibliographies, 1998), pp. 205-20.

Beavan, Iain. "Marischal College, Aberdeen, and Its Earliest Library Catalogue: A Reassessment." Bibliothek: A Scottish Journal of Bibliography and Allied Topics 22 (1997): 4-19.

Bédoyère, Guy de la. “John Evelyn’s Library Catalogue.” The Book Collector 43:4 (1994): 529-48.

Bell, D. N. "Monastic libraries: 1400-1557." In The Cambridge History of the Book in Britain, vol. 3, ed. L. Hellinga and J. B. Trapp (Cambridge: CUP, 1999), pp. 229-54.

Bell, D. N. "Printed books in English Cistercian monasteries." Cîteaux: commentarii cistercienses 53 (2002): 127-62.

Belloni, Gino. "Agosto-settembre 1580: Libri per San Lorenzo dalla biblioteca del Borghini." In Gennaro Barbarisi, ed., Studi vari di lingua e letteratura italiana in onore di Giuseppe Velli (Milano: Cisalpino, 2000), pp. 479-510.

Bemis, Virginia T. "Horace Walpole (1717-1797)." In Baker and Womack, 1999 (pp. 373-85).

Bemis, Virginia T. "Humphrey, Duke of Gloucester (1391-1447)." In Baker and Womack, 1999 (pp. 164-69).

Bemis, Virginia T. "William Beckford (1760-1844)." In Baker and Womack, 1999 (pp. 21-30).

Benetti, F. Zen. "La Libreria Girolamo Fabrici d'Aquapendente." Quaderni per la Storia dell'Università di Padova 9-10 (1976/77): 161-83.

Bennett, H. S. English Books and Readers, 1475-1557. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1952.

Bennett, H. S. English Books and Readers, 1558-1603. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1965.

Beretta, Marco. Bibliotheca Lavoisieriana: The Catalogue of the Library of Antoine Laurent Lavoisier. Florence: Olschki, 1995.

Bernard, Edward. Catalogi librorum manuscriptorum Angliae et Hiberniae. Oxford, 1697-98. [a catalogue of the manuscripts in many libraries, institutional and private, including portions of the huge collection of John Moore, much of which was donated to Cambridge University at Moore’s death; for more information, see Pearson, 1994, p. 180]

Bertius, Petrus. Nomenclator autorum omnium quorum libri . . . exstant in Bibliotheca Academiae Lugduno Batavae. Lugduni Batavorum [Leiden], 1595. [Rpt. in facsimile, with an introduction by R. Breugelmans, Leiden, 1995]

Bertoni, Giulio. La Biblioteca Estense e la cultura ferrarese ai tempi del Duca Ercole I. Turin: Ermanno Loescher, 1903.

Bertoni, Giulio. "La Biblioteca di Borso d'Este." Atti della Reale Accademia delle Scienze di Torino 61 (1926): 706-28.

Besson, A. "Private medical libraries." In A. Besson, ed., Thornton's medical books, libraries and collectors (London, 1990), pp. 267-300.

Bevan, Jonquil. Correspondence. Library: A Quarterly Journal of Bibliography 4 (1982): 335-38.

Bevan, Jonquil. "Some Books from Izaak Walton's Library." Library: A Quarterly Journal of Bibliography 2 (1980): 259-63.

Bibliotheca Ashmoliana: A Catalogue of the Library of . . . Elias Ashmole. London, 1694. In Munby, ed., Sale Catalogues, vol. 11, pp. 13-35.

Bibliotheca Baconica: or, a collection of choice English books . . . formerly belonging to Mr. Francis Bacon, lately deceased. London, 1686. [not the books of Sir Francis Bacon, but a separate Francis Bacon who died in the 1680s]

Bibliotheca Bernardina. London, 1697.

Bibliotheca Colladoniana: Books begun to be Collected by Sir Theodore de Mayerne, M.D. London, 1713. [the sale of Mayerne's books by his nephews, Sir John Colladon (b. 1608) and Sir Theodore Colladon (d. 1712); see also Bibliotheca Osleriana, #3353]

Bibliotheca Illustris Medii Templi Societas, in Ordinem juxta rerum naturam. London, 1700. [the Middle Temple's first printed library catalogue]

Bibliotheca Illustris sive Catalogus Variorum Librorum. London, 1687. [a sale catalogue of Sir William Cecil’s library, both manuscripts and printed books]

Bibliotheca Levinziana. London, 1698.

Bibliotheca Meibomiana. Helmstadt, 1742.

Bibliotheca ornatissima doctissimiq; viri Gualteri Millii. London, 1726.

Bibliotheca Osleriana: A Catalogue of Books Illustrating the History of Medicine and Science, collected, arranged, and annotated by Sir William Osler, Bt., and bequeathed to McGill University. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1929; rpt. with corrections, Montreal: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 1969

Bibliotheca Oweniana, sive Catalogus Librorum...Rev. Doct. Vir. D. Joan. Oweni. London, 1684. [a sale catalogue of John Owen’s books and manuscripts]

Bibliotheca Rosencrantziana, sive Catalogus Librorum Dni. Jani Rosenkrantzii. Hafniae, 1696.

Bibliotheca S. Catalogus . . . anatomico-chirurgicis collectos. Lipsiae, 1702.

Bibliotheca Scarburghiana. London, 1695. [sale catalogue of the library of Sir Charles Scarburgh]

Bibliotheca Sibbaldiana. Edinburgh, 1723. [library of Sir Robert Sibbald]

Bibliotheca Thevenotiana. Lutetiae Paris, 1694. [library of Melchisedec Thévenot]

Bibliotheca Warneriana sive Catalogus Librorum Plurimis Disciplinis Insignium, selectissimae bibliothecae Reverendissimi in Christo Patris Joan. Warneri (olim Roffensis Episcopi)...per Edwardum Millingtonum. London, 1685.

Bircher, Martin. "Bücher aus dem Besitz von Martin Opitz." Daphnis: Zeitschrift für Mittlere Deutsche Literatur 11:3 (1982): 689-98.

Bircher, Martin. "The 'Splendid Library' of the Counts of Auersperg in Ljubljana." In John Flood and William A. Kelly, eds., The German Book, 1450-1750 (London: British Library, 1995), pp. 285-98.

Birley, R. The History of Eton College Library. 1970. [see also Birley's essay of the same title in Library, 5th series, 11 (1956): 231-61]

Birley, R. "The Library of Louis-Henri de Loménie, comte de Brienne, and the bindings of the abbé du Seuil." The Library, 5th series, vol. 17, no. 2 (June 1962):105-31.

Birley, R. "Robert Boyle's Headmaster at Eton." Notes & Queries of the Royal Society of London 13:2 (1958): 104-14.

Birrell, T. A. "Anthony Wood, John Bagford, and Thomas Hearne as Bibliographers." In Pioneers in Bibliography, ed. Robin Myers and Michael Harris (Winchester, 1988), pp. 25-39.

Birrell, T. A. English Monarchs and Their Books: From Henry VII to Charles II. London: British Library, 1987.

Birrell, T. A. "John Dryden's Purchases at Two Book Auctions, 1680 and 1682." English Studies 42 (1961): 1-25.

Birrell, T. A. The Library of John Morris: The Reconstruction of a Seventeenth Century Collection. London: British Library, 1976. [includes an index of owners, pp. 68-70]

Birrell, T. A. "The Reconstruction of the Library of Isaac Casaubon." In Anthony R. A. Croiset van Uchelen and Ernst Braches, eds., Hellinga: Festschrift/Feestbundel/Mélanges (Amsterdam: Israel, 1980), pp. 59-68.

Birrell, T. A. “Reading as pastime: the place of light literature in some gentlemen’s libraries of the 17th century.” In Robin Myers and Michael Harris, eds., Property of a Gentleman: The Formation, Organization, and Dispersal of the Private Library, 1620-1920 (Winchester: St. Paul’s Bibliographies, 1991), pp. 113-31.

Birrell, T. A. "The Reconstruction of the Library of Isaac Casaubon." In Anthony Croiset van Uchelen, ed., Hellinga: Festschrift/Feestbundel/Mélanges. Amsterdam: Isreal, 1980. Pp. 59-68.

Bishop, P. M. "Le Dr. William Salmon (1644-1713) et sa Bibliothèque." Librarian 1 (1959): 79-83.

Bishop, W. J. "Some medical bibliophiles and their libraries." Journal of the History of Medicine (1948): 229-62.

Black, William Henry. A Descriptive, Analytical and Critical Catalogue of the Manuscripts Bequeathed unto the University of Oxford by Elias Ashmole: Also of some Additional MSS Contributed by Kingsley, Lhuyd, Borlaise, and Others. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1845.

Blatchly, John. The Town Library of Ipswich, provided for the use of the town preachers in 1599: a history and catalogue. Woodbridge: Boydell Press, 1989.

Blaufuss, Dietrich, and Niewöhner, Friedrich. "Catalogus Bibliothecae d. Godofredi Arnoldi." In Blaufuss and Niewöhner, eds., Gottfried Arnold (1666-1714): Mit einer Bibliographie der Arnold-Literatur ab 1714 (Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 1995), pp. 337-410.

Bléchet, Françoise. Les ventes publiques de livres en France, 1630-1750: répertoire des catalogues conservés à la Bibliothèque nationale. Oxford: Voltaire Foundation, Taylor Institution, 1991.

Bloch, Denise. "La Bibliothèque de Colbert." In Jolly, vol. 1, pp. 157-79.

Blok, F. F. Contributions to the History of Isaac Vossius' Library. Amsterdam: North-Holland, 1974.

Blom, Frans. Christoph and Andreas Arnold and England: The Travels and Book-Collections of Two Seventeenth-Century Nuremburgers. Nürnberg: Stadtarchiv Nürnberg, 1982.

Bloomfield, B. C., ed. A Directory of Rare Book and Special Collections in the United Kingdom and the Republic of Ireland. 2nd ed. London: Library Association, 1997.

Bodleian Library, Oxford. MS Eng. Misc. C. 307. [a 1772 catalogue of the library of the descendants of Sir Anthony Cope; lists several hundred printed books]

Bodleian Library. Sir Thomas Bodley and his library: an exhibition to mark the quatercentenary of the Bodleian, February to May 2002. Oxford, 2002.

Bodley, Thomas. The life of Sr Thomas Bodley, the honourable founder of the Publique Library in the University of Oxford. Written by himself. Oxford, 1647. Rpt. with introduction and notes by William Clennell (Oxford: Bodleian Library, 2006).

Bodmer, Jean-Pierre. "Das Bücherinventar des Zürcher Bürgers Hans Heinrich Grob (1566-1614)." Daphnis: Zeitschrift für Mittlere Deutsche Literatur 27:1 (1998): 59-92.

Bohannon, M. E. "A London Bookseller's Bill: 1635-1639." The Library, 4th series, 18 (1938): 432-46.

Bonnefon, Paul. "La Bibliothèque de Montaigne." Revue d'Histoire littéraire de la France (1895): 313-71.

Bonnefon, Paul. Montaigne et ses amis. 2 vols. Paris, 1898.

Boswell, Jackson Campbell. Milton’s Library: A Catalogue of the Remains of John Milton’s Library and an Annotated Reconstruction of Milton’s Library and Ancillary Readings. New York: Garland, 1975.

Botton, Gilbert de, and Francis Pottiée-Sperry. “À la recherche de la ‘librairie’ de Montaigne.” Bulletin du Bibliophile 2 (1997): 254-98.

Boutcher, Warren. "'A French Dexterity, & an Italian Confidence': New Documents on John Florio, Learned Strangers and Protestant Humanist Study of Modern Languages in Renaissance England from c. 1547 to c. 1625." Reformation 2 (1997): 39-109.

Bowden, Caroline. "The Library of Mildred Cooke Cecil, Lady Burghley." Library: The Transactions of the Bibliographical Society 6:1 (2005): 3-29.

Bradshaw, Henry. “Two Lists of Books in the University Library.” Cambridge Antiquarian Communications 2.4 (1863): 239-78. [catalogues of books made in 1424 and 1473 respectively]

Braggion, Gabriele. "Un indice cinquecentesco della biblioteca di S. Giovanni di Verdara a Padova." Italio medioevale e umanistica 29 (1986): 233-80.

Brayman, Heidi. Impressions from a ‘Scribbling Age’: Recovering the Reading Practices of Renaissance England. Ph.D. dissertation, Columbia University, 1995.

Brechka, Frank T. "Peter the Great: The Books He Owned." Journal of Library History, Philosophy and Comparative Librarianship 17:1 (1982): 1-38.

Brett, P. "Edward Paston (1550-1630): a Norfolk gentleman and his musical collection." Transactions of the Cambridge Bibliographical Society 4 (1964): 51-69.

Breugelmans, R. "A New Estienne Catalogue." Library: A Quarterly Journal of Bibliography 2 (1980): 336.

Breymayer, Reinhard. "Ein unbekannter Katalog der Bibliothek des Johannes Coccejus-der Schlüssel zum Buchbesitz des bedeutendsten reformierten Theologen des 17. Jahrhunderts." Linguistica Biblica 52 (1982): 7-40.

Breymayer, Reinhard. "Der wiederentdeckte Katalog zur Bibliothek Gottfried Arnolds." In Blaufuss and Niewöhner, pp. 55-143.

British Library, Add. MS. 35213. Fols. 46r-83v. [a manuscript catalogue of miscellaneous books which Sir Robert Cotton inherited or acquired in the late 1590s; lists about 575 titles; this list is not included in Alston’s Handlist]

British Newspapers and Periodicals, 1641-1700: A Short-Title Catalogue of Serials Printed in England, Scotland, Ireland, and British America, with a Checklist of Serials Printed 1701-March 1702 and Chronological, Geographical, Foreign Language, Subject, Publisher, and Editor Indexes, 1641-1702. Comp. Carolyn Nelson and Matthew Seccombe. New York: Modern Language Association, 1988.

Brock, J. F. "John Radcliffe and his Oxford Medical Heritage." South African Medical Journal 40 (1966): 406-15.

Bruckner, János. Abraham von Franckenberg: A Bibliographical Catalogue with a Short-List of His Library. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 1988.

Brunet, Gustave. "J.-B. Colbert." Bibliophile français, IV (1869-70): 5-10.

Brushfield, T. N. “The Bibliography of The History of the World and The Remains of Sir Walter Ralegh.” Library Chronicle 3 (1886): 8-15.

Burke, Peter. The Fortunes of The Courtier: The European Reception of Castiglione’s Cortegiano. Cambridge: Polity Press, 1995.

Bush, Sargent, Jr., and Carl J. Rasmussen. The Library of Emmanuel College, Cambridge, 1584-1637. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1986. [an edited transcript of the 1637 inventory of Emmanuel College Library]

Bushnell, George H. “Diane de Poitiers and Her Books.” The Library, 4th series, 7 (1926-27): 283-302. [not a catalogue, but a useful essay]

Bushnell, G. H. S., and R. I. Page. Matthew Parker's legacy: books and plate. Cambridge, 1975.

Cahn, Walter. "A French Renaissance Collection of Ancient Oratory from the Library of Anne de Polignac." Yale University Library Gazette 79:3-4 (2005): 119-37.

Caius, John. Annals of Gonville and Caius College. Cambridge Antiquarian Society Publications, Series 40, 1904. [provides an inventory of books bequeathed to the college by Henry Walker]

Callard, Caroline. "Conservazione e resistenza: La biblioteca di manoscritti di Carlo Strozzi." In Lucia Strappini, ed., I luoghi dell'immaginario barocco (Naples: Liguori, 2001), pp. 409-19.

Callard, J. A Catalogue of Printed Books (Pre-1751) in the Library of St. George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle. Windsor, 1976.

Campbell, W. A. "The Chemical Library of Thomas Britton (1654-1714)." Ambix 24 (1977): 143-48.

Campo, María Victoria. "Modelos para una mujer 'modelo': Los libros de Isabel la Católica." In Túa Blesa, et al., eds., Actas del IX Simposio de la Sociedad Española de Literatura General y Comparada (Zaragoza: Universidad de Zaragoza, 1994), vol. 1, pp. 85-94.

Cargill Thompson, W. D. J. “Notes on King’s College library, 1500-1570, in particular for the period of the Reformation.” Transactions of the Cambridge Bibliographical Society 2:1 (1954): 38-54.

Carley, J. P. The Books of King Henry VIII and his Wives. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2004.

Carley, J. P. "'A great gatherer together of books': Archbishop Bancroft's library at Lambeth (1610) and its sources." Lambeth Palace Library Annual Review (2001).

Carley, J. P. "John Leland and the contents of English pre-dissolution libraries: the Cambridge friars." Transactions of the Cambridge Bibliographical Society 9 (1986): 90-100.

Carley, J. P. "John Leland and the contents of English pre-dissolution libraries: Lincolnshire." Transactions of the Cambridge Bibliographical Society 9 (1989): 330-57.

Carley, J. P., ed. The Libraries of Henry VIII. London: British Library, 2000.

Carley, J. P. "Marks in Books and the Libraries of Henry VIII." Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America 91:4 (1997): 583-606.

Carley, J. P. "Religious controversy and marginalia: Pierfrancesco di Piero Bardi, Thomas Wakefield, and their books." Transactions of the Cambridge Bibliographical Society 12 (2002): 206-45.

Carley, J. P. "The Royal Library under Henry VIII." In the Cambridge History of the Book in Britain, III (1999), pp. 274-81.

Carley, J. P. "Sir Thomas Bodley's library and its acquisitions: an edition of the Nottingham benefaction of 1604." In Carley and Tite, eds., Books and Collectors, pp. 357-86.

Carley, J. P., and Colin G. C. Tite, eds. Books and collectors, 1200-1700: essays presented to Andrew Watson. London: British Library, 1997.

Carlson, David R. English Humanist Books: Writers and Patrons, Manuscript and Print, 1475-1525. Toronto, 1993.

Carrera Ferreiro, Pilar. "Tres libros de Francisco de Sales en la biblioteca de Quevedo." Perinola: Revista de Investigación Quevediana 6 (2002): 275-300.

Carter, Patrick. "Barking Abbey and the Library of William Pownsett: A Bibliographical Conundrum." Transactions of the Cambridge Bibliographical Society 11:3 (1998): 263-71.

Casado Lobato, María-Concepción. "Autores franceses en la biblioteca de un escritor del siglo XVII: Bernardino de Rebolledo (1597-1676): Colloque de la Casa de Velázquez." In Livre et lecture en Espagne et en France sous l'Ancien Régime (Paris: Association pour la Diffusion de la Pensée Française, 1981), pp. 127-37.

Cataldi Palau, Annarosa. "Les vicissitudes de la collection de manuscrits grecs de Guillaume Pellicier." Scriptorium 40:1 (1986): 32-53.

Catalogi veteres librorum ecclesiae cathedralis Dunelm. Surtees Society #7. London, 1839.

Catalogue of Books Chiefly from the Libraries of John de Wit, Constantin Huygens, and Frederick Spanheim. 31 December 1701 and 23 February 1702.

Catalogue of Books from Parochial Libraries in Shropshire. London: Mansell, 1971.

“Catalogue of the extant Manuscripts of [Sir Francis] Bacon.” British Library, MS Sloane 629, fols. 243-45.

A Catalogue of the Library of the Late . . . Francis Bernard. London, 1698. [includes roughly 50,000 volumes]

A Catalogue of the Library, Antiquities, etc. London, 1728. [library of John Woodward]

A Catalogue of the Libraries of . . . Dr. Edmund Halley. 20 May 1742. Rpt. in Munby, Sale Catalogues, vol. 11, pp. 149-296.

A Catalogue of the Libraries of the Learned Sir Thomas Browne, and Dr. Edward Browne, his Son. London, 1710-11. [see also Bibliotheca Osleriana, #4532]

Catalogue of the Shakespeare Library Formed by an English Collector. New York: Anderson Galleries, 1918. [sale catalogue of a library formed largely by William Carew Hazlitt for the study of Shakespeare and early modern drama]

Catalogus bibliothecae Emanuelis Swedenborgii iuxta editionem primam. Holmiae: Aftonbladet, 1907.

Catalogus Librorum ex Bibliotheca nobilis cujusdam Angli, qui ante paucos annos in humanis esse desiit. Accesserunt Libri Eximii Theologi, D. Gabrielis Sangar...per Nathanielem Ranew, Bibliopolam. London, 1678. [auction catalogue of the books of Robert Greville and Gabriel Sanger]

Catalogus Librorum Bibliothecae Honorabilis Societatis Medii Templi. London, 1734.

Catalogus Librorum Bibliothecae Petworthianae. Petworth House Archives MS 5377. West Sussex Record Office, Chichester. [sometimes referred to as the Leconfield MS]

Catalogus Librorum . . . D. Doctoris Gulielmi Outrami . . . D. Thomae Gatakeri. London, 1681. [an auction catalogue of the books of Dr. William Outram, as well as some of the books of Thomas Gataker, much of whose library was lost in the fire of London]

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Doyle, A. I. "The Library of Sir Thomas Tempest: Its Origins and Dispersal." In G. A. M. Janssens and F. G. A. M. Aarts, eds., Studies in Seventeenth-Century English Literature, HIstory and Bibliography (Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1984), pp. 83-93.

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Durling, Richard J. A Catalogue of Sixteenth Century Printed Books in the National Library of Medicine. Bethesda, Maryland, 1967.

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Dyson, Humphrey. “Catalogue of all such Bookes touching aswell the State Ecclesiastical as Temporall of the Realme of England.” MS 117, Codrington Library, All Soul’s College, Oxford.

Early Printed Books to the Year 1500 in the Library of Trinity Hall, Cambridge. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1909.

Early Printed Books to the Year 1500 in the Library of Queen’s College, Cambridge. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1910.

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Eisenberg, Daniel. "La Biblioteca de Cervantes." In Studia in honorem prof. M. de Riquer, I (Barcelona: Quaderns Crema, 1987), pp. 271-328.

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Favaro, Antonio. La Libreria di Galileo Galilei. Rome, 1887.

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Fenton, Joseph. “Note of all the bookes of chyrurgerye that I have in my studye.” In Fenton’s copy of E. Rudius, De affectib. Externarum corporis humani partium libri septem (Venice, 1606), at British Library. [lists 37 titles owned by Fenton]

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Firmian, Carlo di, Count. Biblioteca Firmiana sive Thesaurus librorum quem . . . Carlos a Firmian collegit. Mediolani, 1783.

The First Known Auction Catalogue: Catalogue of the Library of Philips van Marnix van Sint-Aldegonde, Sold by Auction (July 6) Leiden, Christophorus Guyot, 1599. Rpt. Nieuwkoop: B. de Graaf, 1964. [Originally: Catalogus librorum bibliothecae Nobilissimi Clarissimique viri piae memoriae D. Philippi Marnixii Sancto-Aldegondii. Leiden: Christophori Gujotii, 1599]

Fisch, Max. Nicolaus Pol Doctor 1494. New York, 1947.

Fisher, R. M. "William Crashawe's Library at the Temple." The Library, 5th series, 30 (1975): 116-24.

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Fleetwood, William. Bibliotheca Monastica Fletewodiana. A Catalogue of rare Books and Tracts . . . including the Antient Conventual Library of Missinden Abbey . . . together with some choice Remains of . . . William Fletewood, esq. London, 1774.

Fletcher, John. "Athanasius Kircher and the Distribution of his Books." The Library, 5th series, 23 (1968): 108-17.

Fletcher, John M., and James K. McConica. “A Sixteenth-Century Inventory of the Library of Corpus Christi College, Cambridge.” Transactions of the Cambridge Bibliographical Society 3:3 (1961): 187-99.

Fletcher, William Younger. English Book Collectors. London: Kegan Paul, 1902.

De Fonblanque, Edward Barrington. Annals of the House of Percy, from the Conquest to the Opening of the Nineteenth Century. 2 vols. London: Richard Clay & Sons, 1887. [see vol. 2, pp. 626-30, which lists 99 books held by Percy in or before 1614, when they were moved from the Tower of London to Syon]

Foot, Mirjam M. The Henry Davis Gift: A Collection of Bookbindings. Vol. 1: Studies in the History of Bookbinding; Vol. 2: A Catalogue of North-European Bookbindings. London: British Library, 1979, 1983.

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Fordyce, C. J., and T. M. Knox. The Library of Jesus College, Oxford, with an Appendix on the Books bequeathed thereto by Lord Herbert of Cherbury. Proceedings of the Oxford Bibliographical Society. Vol. 5, part 2. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1937. [Rpt. Nendeln, Liechtenstein: Kraus, 1969]

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Franceschini, Adriano. Giovanni Aurispa e la sua biblioteca. Notizie e documenti. Padua: Antenore, 1976. (Medioevo e Umanesimo, 25)

Franceschini, Adriano. "Inventari inediti di biblioteche ferraresi del sec. XV. A - La biblioteca di Francesco di Lignamine Vescovo di Ferrara (1446-60)." Atti e Memorie della Deputazione prov. ferrarese di storia patria, s. III, 24 (1977): 51-86.

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Freeman, Arthur, and Janet Ing. Anatomy of an Auction: Rare Books at Ruxley Lodge, 1919. London, 1990.

Freeman, Janet Ing. The Postmaster of Ipswich: William Stevenson Fitch, Antiquary and Thief. London, 1997.

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Gaselee, Stephen. The Early Printed Books in the Library of Corpus Christi College, Cambridge. A Hand-list arranged in order of Country, Town & Press, with short references to Proctor’s Index and other Bibliographical Works. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1921. [lists books printed before 1521]

Gaskell, Philip. “Books bought by Whitgift’s Pupils in the 1570s.” Transactions of the Cambridge Bibliographical Society 7 (1979): 284-93.

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Gordon, Sir Robert. A catalogue of the singular and curious library, originally formed between 1610 and 1650, by Sir Robert Gordon of Gordonstoun . . . with some additions by his successors . . . which will be sold by auction by J. G. Cochrane, bookseller, at No. 1 Catherine Street, Strand, on Thursday, March 14, 1816, and eleven following days (Sundays excepted), at half past eleven o'clock.

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Harley, Edward, second Earl of Oxford and Mortimer. Catalogus Bibliothecae Harleianae in locos communes distributus, cum indice auctorum. 5 vols. London, 1743-45. [Harley's daughter sold his printed books to the bookseller Thomas Osborne, who in turn engaged William Oldys, Samuel Johnson, and Michael Mattaire to compile this catalogue]

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Harrison, John. The Library of Isaac Newton. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1978.

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Herzog August Bibliothek, Wolfenbüttel. Sammler Fürst Gelehrter Herzog August zu Braunschweig und Lüneburg, 1579-1666. Wolfenbüttel, 1979.

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James, M. R. The sources of Archbishop Parker's collection of MSS at Corpus Christi College, Cambridge, with a reprint of the catalogue of Thomas Markaunt's library. Cambridge, 1899.

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Ker, N. R. Oxford College Libraries in 1556: guide to an exhibition held in 1956. Oxford, 1956.

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Ker, N. R. "Thomas Allen's Manuscripts." Bodleian Library Record II (1948): 211-15.

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Keynes, Geoffrey. Dr. Timothie Bright, 1550-1615: A Survey of his Life with a Bibliography of his Writings. London: Wellcome Historical Medical Library, 1962.

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Keynes, Geoffrey. The Life of William Harvey. Oxford, 1966.

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Kiessling, Nicolas K. The Library of Anthony Wood. Oxford: Oxford Bibliographical Society, 2002.

Kiessling, Nicolas K. "The Library of Anthony Wood from 1681 to 1999." Bodleian Library Record 16:6 (1999): 470-98.

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Kisby, F. "Books in London parish churches before 1603: some preliminary observations." In C. Barron and J. Stratford, eds., The church and learning in late medieval society (Donington, 2002), pp. 305-26.

Klene, Jean, ed. The Southwell-Sibthorpe Commonplace Book: Folger MS V.b.198. Tempe: Medieval & Renaissance Texts & Studies, 1997. [pp. 98-101 contain a list of books owned by Henry Sibthorpe and Lady Anne Southwell]

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La Croix du Maine, François Grudé de. Premier volume de la bibliothèque. Paris, 1584.

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Latham, Robert, gen. ed. Catalogue of the Pepys Library at Magdalene College, Cambridge. 7 vols. Cambridge: D. S. Brewer, 1978-1991. [vol. 1 lists printed books; vol. 5 lists MSS; vol. 7 provides a facsimile of Pepys's catalogue]

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Lawlor, Hugh Jackson. “Primate Ussher’s Library Before 1641.” Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, 3rd series, no. 6 (1901): 216-64.

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Le Doux, Monsieur. Lambeth Palace Library, MS Bacon 655, ff. 185-86 [books owned by a Monsieur Le Doux]

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Leedham-Green, Elisabeth, and David McKitterick. “A Catalogue of Cambridge University Library, 1583.” In Books and Collectors 1200-1700: Essays Presented to Andrew Watson. Ed. James P. Carley and Colin G. C. Tite. London: British Library, 1997. Pp. 153-235.

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Parker, D. Familiar to All: William Lilly and Astrology in the 17th Century. London, 1975.

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Perrier, Emile. Les bibliophiles et les collectionneurs provençaux anciens et modernes: arrondissement de Marseille. Marseille: Barthelet & Cie, 1897.

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Philip, I. G. “Sir William Pickering and his books.” The Book Collector 5 (1956): 231-38.

Picquard, Maurice. “Les Livres du Cardinal de Granvelle à la bibliothèque de Besançon.” Les trésors des bibliothèques de France. Ed R. Cantinelli and E. Dacier. Paris, 1942. Pp. 16-29.

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