Folger call number: PR1119 .A2 no.057
Folger holdings ID: 91338
Issued in 7 parts. Paged continuously "The four versions of the Cursor are from 1. Cotton ms. Vesp. A3 in the ... British museum; 2. Fairfax ms. 14 in the Bodleian library; 3. Ms. Theol. 107 in the Göttingen university library; 4. Ms. R. 3. 8 in the library of Trinity college, Cambridge; supplemented by mss. Laud 416, Cotton Galba E9, and mss. in the College of arms, the Edinburgh College of physicians, and the Bedford library"
v.1. Lines 1-4918 of text, with essays on the sources of 'Cursor mundi' by Dr. Haenisch, and on the filiation and text of the mss. by Dr. H. Hupe; and a preface and notes by the editor. 1874,  1893.--v.2-3. Lines 4919-19266 of the text. 1875-6.--v.4. Lines 19267-29555 of the text, with six additions and four appendices, including "The book of penance", and "Cato's morals" (incomplete) from the Fairfax ms. 14, and a glossary by Dr. Max Kaluza. 1877, -78, -92
Also known as
Extended title: Cursor mundi (The cursor o the world) : A Northumbrian poem of the XIVth century in four versions / Ed. by the Rev. Richard Morris ...
associated with: Haenisch, Hugo Carl Wilhelm, 1859-
associated with: Hupe, Heinrich
associated with: Kaluza, Max, 1856-1921
former owner: Woodward, George R.