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Shelfmark W/M-3-34
Clement, of Alexandria. Klementos Alexandreos ta heuriskomena. Clementis Alexandrini opera Graece et Latine quae extant. Post ... Danielis Heinsii recensionem, ... Accedunt ... emendationes, ... à Friderico Sylburgio collectae: ... Editio nova, ....
Cologne: 1688.
Inscription on front pastedown: R Hooke 12. Feb. 1693/4. 16½s. Millingt. Auct. [Millington's auction sale of the library of Thomas Grey of Dedham].
Inscription on title page: Ex libris Michaelis Pauli, Roberti Harris, & alior. Fr. Mon. Ben.; Latin inscription facing title page signed R.H.
Presentation label on verso of first free endpaper: by Mrs Holland this 2nd day of July 1930
Originally owned by Thomas Grey (d. 1692), vicar of Dedham, whose library was sold in 1693.
Purchased at the sale by Robert Hooke (1635–1703), natural philosopher, architect and polymath.[1]
Subsequently owned by two Benedictines in Munich, Michael Pauli and Robert Harris.
Given to the Chapter Library in 1930 by Mrs Holland, widow of Edward Lancelot Holland (d. 1930).
  1. G. Mandelbrote, in Libraries within the Library, p. 138;