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Shelfmark W/C-5-20
Desiderius Erasmus. Des. Erasmi ... In Nouum Testamentum annotationes ab ipso autore iam postremum sic recognitae ac locupletatae, ut propemodum nouum opus uideri possi.
Basel: 1540.
Inscription on original front free endpaper: Ex Libris Ioannis Evangelistae Immler.
Inscription on title page: James Pollock.
Inscription on original front free endpaper: Robert H.A. Cotton, A.B. S. Joh. Div. Coll. Cantab. [in another hand:] Presented in memoriam - by C. Cotton.
Presentation label on front free endpaper: Charles Cotton O.B.E., F.R.C.P. in memory of Robert Hugh A. Cotton, B.A. Priest + 2nd. Lieut. R.A.S.C. this 9 day of January 1920.
Previously owned by Johannes Evangelista Immler, next by James Pollock, and then by Charles Cotton's son Robert Cotton.
The death of Cotton's son, Rev. Robert Hugh Alban Cotton, , R.A.S.C, is recorded as having happened at Taranto, Oct. 12-18.[1]
One of several books given to the Library by Dr Charles Cotton.
  1. Richard Ussher, Roll of the sons and daughters of the Anglican Church Clergy throughout the world and of the Naval and Military Chaplains of the same who gave their lives in the Great War 1914-1918 , London, [1925], p. 12