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Opus epistolarum [...], per autorem diligenter recognitum, et adiectis innumeris novis, ferè ad trientem auctum

Autore: ERASMUS, Desiderius (1466-1536)

Dati tipografici: Basel Ex Officina Frobeniana (Hieronymus Froben, Johannes Herwagen and Nicolaus Episcopius), 1529


Folio. (8), 1010, (2) pp. [+]4, a-z6, A-Z6, Aa-Zz6, Aaa-Ooo6, Ppp8. Pages 205/206 and 215/216 wrongly repeated instead of pp. 207/208 and 213/214 which are missing and supplied in photocopy. Printer's device on the title-page and at the end. Contemporary half-pigskin over wooden boards, manuscript title on spine and front panel, ownership's entries of a ‘Collegium Hospitalense' and of Christoph Millederus, some marginal annotations at the beginning of the volume.

Adams, E-855; Index Aureliensis, 162.428; VD 16, E-2926; P.S. Allen, The Principal Editions of Erasmus' Epistolae, in: “Opus Epistolarum Des. Erasmi Roterodami”, (Oxford, 1906), I, p. 600; P.S. Allen, H.M. Allen & H.W. Garrod, eds., Opus epistolarum Des. Erasmi Roterodami, Oxford, 1906-1958, passim; I. Bezzel, Erasmusdrucke des 16. Jahrhunderts in Bayerischen Bibliotheken, (Stuttgart, 1979), no. 105; A. Vanautgaerden, Érasme typographe. Humanisme et imprimerie au début du XVIe siècle, Genève, 2012, pp. 21 and 519; F. Van der Haeghen, Bibliotheca Erasmiana, (Nieuwkoop, 1961), I, p. 100.

 

FIRST EDITION of the hitherto largest published collection of Erasmus' letters. His preface to the reader is dated Freiburg i.B., August 7, 1529. “Cette préface est d'autant plus remarquable qu'elle est un des derniers documents à travers lesquels Erasme s'explique sur ses recueils epistolaires. On notera aussi les précautions oratoires prises par l'auteur. La publication de ses lettres est un risque. Il l'accepte parce qu'il ne peut l'éviter. Il publie ou republie ses lettres sans les classer dans l'ordre chronologique ou selon l'ordre logique. Il n'a aucun souci de grouper les lettres et les réponses. Pour lui, seule la verité de la présentation donne du prix aux recueils de lettres. Quant aux facilités qu'il affirme offrir à ses lecteurs grâce a un index des correspondants et à des précisions de dates ajoutées aux lettres, elle se révèlent parfois illusoires. Les erreurs sont nombreuses, les dates souvent inexactes et l'index est loin d'être complet” (L.-E. Halkin, Percy Stafford Allen, éditeur de la correspondance d'Erasme, in: “ La correspondance d'Erasme et l'epistolographie humaniste: colloque international tenu en novembre 1983”, Bruxelles, 1985, pp. 18-19).

The collection contains 1022 letters divided into 24 books, of which, according to Allen, 406 are printed here for the first time. But Halkin (see below) counts only 391 new letters.

“Érasme n'a jamais voulu éditer sa correspondance par tranches chronologiques, comme l'eût fait un historien, en commençant par les lettres les plus anciennes. Il ne publie qu'un choix de lettres, et il les publie le plus souvent sans se soucier de leurs dates, parfois meme sans indiquer ces dates. Au début, il veut se faire connaître des grands don't il brigue le patronage et espère la faveur. À cet fin, il édite dès 1515 sa correspondance avec le pape et avec les cardinaux. Ensuite, plus sûr de lui er de son talent, il ambitionne d'illustrer les ressources du genre en éditant de belles letters, des modèles de style pour les futurs humanists. Enfin, lorsque le nombre des ses correspondants s'accroît, il construit une manière d'autobiographie en multipliant dans ses recueils épistolaires les lettres qui témoignent le mieux pour son combats. Au fil des ans, toutefois, Érasme accorde plus de place à ses lettres personelles et il diminue d'autant la masse de réponses reçues. Il importe de tenir comte de ces étapes. Ce sont autant de paliers qui assurent une meilleure connaissance de la pensée d'Érasme, à travers son évolution intellectuelle. Alors que les premiers volumes mettent en valeur l'écrivain et l'humaniste, les suivants visent sourtout à rassurer le lecteur sur l'orthodoxie de l'éxègete et du théologien. Tous contribuent à ce grand dessein d'Érasme épistolier: laisser de lui l'image d'un champion des belles-lettres et d'un restaurateur de la théologie. Par ailleurs, les plus anciens recueils sont orientés respectivement vers Rome (1515), vers Londres (1516) et vers Paris (1517). Puis, par le choix des correspondants, l'Empire prend la première place et la conserve (1518-1536). S'il n'a jamais envisagé une publication intégrale de sa correspondence, Érasme hésite entre deux formules d'édition. Publiera-t-il successivement des nouveaux recueils épistolaires sous des titres distincts ou se contentera-t-il de rééditer, en les complétant, les volumes déjà imprimés? En janvier 1518, il rassemble l'essentiel de trois recueils parus, tout en conservant le titre du dernier: Aliquot epistolae sanequam elegantes. C'est la première edition récapitulative de ses lettres… Érasme continue sur sa lance et, en 1519, il fait paraître la Farrago, avec plus de trois cents lettres nouvelles, parmi lesquelles, deux de son adolescence. Il songe enusite à une édition augmentée de ce volume, mais le projet d'un recueil récapitulatif reprend force. Il met sous presse en 1521 les Epistolae ad diversos, qui rassemblent toutes les lettres déjà imprimées, en les enrichissant avec générosité. En tout, plus de six cents lettres. Érasme, que ce effort semble avoir épuisé, fait une pause et passé à d'autres exercices. Il publie encore quelques recueils, mais il ne reviendra qu'en 1529 à une édition cumulative, avec son Opus epistolarum: mille lettres, dont près de la moitié sont inédites. C'est le plus important et le plus imposant de ses recueils épistolaires. Durant les sept années qui suivent, - les dernières de sa vie – il se contente de compléments, les uns de taille moyenne, les autre des petits formats. A-t-il renoncé à l'espoir d'une grande édition? Non, sans doute, mais il en abandonne le charge à ses héritiers. Les lettres d'Érasme trouveront leur place naturelle dans le vaste recueil posthume 1538. Les relations d'Érasme avec ses imprimeurs jouent un grand role dans cette histoire. Ce sont de relations delicates et souvent difficiles, même avec Froben… Érasme comprend les exigences de la profession; il n'en tient pas toujours compte quand il a mieux à faire qu'à publier des lettres ou lorsque les circonstances l'incitent à retarder l'une ou l'autre édition. Nous n'avons aucun document qui nous permette de mesurer l'importance du tirage des volumes, mais leur succès est attesté par le nombre de leurs éditions et par la satisfaction démonstrative des correspondants élus. Érasme ne sollicite pas l'autorisation de reproduire les lettres de ses amis. Ceux-ci sont heureux et fiers de figurer dans ces recueils,[…] À plusieurs reprises, Érasme affirme hautement qu'il a laissé à des amis intimes le soin d'éditer ses lettres. Pour une part, et Barland excepté, c'est là une fiction littéraire. Pierre Gilles et Beatus Rhenanus secondent loyalement Érasme, sans réussir à le satisfaire. Érasme leur a accordé juste assez d'initiative pour motiver par avance se reproches […] Pourtant Érasme ne se désintéresse jamais de son entreprise. Il est jaloux de sa renommé et il critique chaque recueil qui sort de presse, tout en se promettant de faire mieux la fois suivante[…] Érasme éditeur, c'est aussi Érasme prenant du recul pour jauger et juger son oeuvre épistolaire, afin de la présenter à des nouveaux lecteurs sous son meilleur jour et dans les conditions les plus favorables. Inlassablement, il reprend ses lettres, les améliore et, à l'occasion, les censure en vue de leur publication. Ses retouches obéissent à une dialectique subtile et changeante. Elles s'effectuent parfois en plusieurs étapes: de l'original à l'imprimé et d'une édition à l'autre” (L.-E. Halkin, Erasmus ex Erasmo: Érasme éditeur de sa correspondance, Aubel, 1983, pp. 205-209).

“I have argued that comparatively late in Erasmus's life, his reputation as a translator, editor, and pedagogic theorist was consolidated into a solid international reputation as the figure of trans-European learning – the quintessential European man of letters. This extraordinary rise to prominence was effected by Erasmus himself, and the tight-knit coterie of scholar-servants, editors, correctors, printers, and publishers, by a combination of more-or-less conscious strategies: self-conscious self-production, on a recognizable patristic model, and assiduous fostering in the publishing houses of publications (by himself and others) which could be promoted as part of a peculiar northern Renaissance […] In the present chapter we return to Erasmus's most enduringly present role model – Jerome – to watch what has come finally to stand as his most lasting monument take on shape and significance: the collected letters […] For before we are in a position to engage with what turn out to be the multiple problems of treating the Opus epistolarum Erasmi – the greatest surviving resource scholarship has bequeathed to us for the study of Erasmus – as documentary evidence in reconstructing Erasmus's life and work, we need to take one further look at Erasmus's intense, passionate, and scholarly relationship not just with Jerome, but specifically with Jerome's considerable and vital body of surviving Letters. Between 1500 and 1529 Erasmus returned repeatedly to Jerome's Epistolae, and the arduous editorial task of organizing the surviving letters […] Equally, once we recognize the strategic care with which the successive volumes of Erasmus's own Epistolae, edited by devoted followers of Erasmus and published by presses across Europe between 1516 and the end of Erasmus's life, were put together, we have to abandon the idea that they represent the ‘real' Erasmus, glimpsed covertly in those fragments of a ‘life' which he more or less reluctantly revealed to the public. Instead we uncover an extraordinary resource of a different kind for our understanding of how thoroughgoingly and inventively Erasmus constructed the emerging northern humanist ‘world of learning' […]” (L. Jardine, Erasmus, Man of Letters. The Construction of Charisma in Print, Princeton, 1993, pp. 148-149).

“Avec ses mille pages et ses mille lettres, l'Opus epistolarum de 1529 est le plus considerable de tous les recueils épistolières publiés par Érasme. Sa preparation est longue et souvent pénible. Durement instruit par l'expérience, Érasme s'efforce de concilier des desseins contradictoires. Il voudrait donner au public l'ensemble de ses lettres, mais il lui paraît opportune d'en sacrifier une grande partie. Son volume doit être à la fois une anthologie et une collection documentaire. Enfin, aux lettres déjà éditées, il convient d'ajouter l'acquis des dernières années. Depuis les Epistolae ad diversos de 1521, il a écrit des centaines de lettres et il n'en a publié que cinq en 1524 dans l'Exomologesis et cinq en 1528 dans ses Epistolae aliquot selectae. Que faire pour sortir d'embarras, sinon chercher une voie moyenne? Cette solution, peut-être habile et certainement érasmienne, ne va pas sans quelque flottement, voire sans quelques erreurs. Le volume sera énorme sans être complet. Il comprendera aussi bien des lettres modèles que des lettres historiques. Il reproduira tout ce qui a été publié auparavant dans les recueil épistolaires en y joignant près de quatre cents inédits datant tous des dernières années. Pour ces sept ans et demi, la moyenne annuelle des lettres publiées par Érasme est de cinquante-quatre, ce qui, pour cette période extrêmement active de sa carrière, est infime. Il suffit pour s'en convaincre de comparer ces chiffres à ceux d'Allen pour la meme période: plus de neuf cents lettres, soit minimum de cent vingt par an. Sur les trois cent quatre-vingt-onze lettres nouvelles publiées dans l'Opus, dix-sept seulement sont adressées à Érasme. Tout le reste, soit 95% du total, est de la main d'Érasme: ici encore, il renounce à être complet. Préfère-t-il ne publier que ses propres lettres? Il fait toutefois exception pour quinze de ses correspondants: Ferdinand d'Autriche, Sigimsond Ier, le future Henri VIII, Hermann de Wied, Germain de Brie, Fonseca, Camerarius, Riario, Sadolet, Mélanchthon, Tunstall, Budé, Calcagninus et Viglius de Zwichem, sans oublier le mystérieux Grunnius… Les trois cent soixante-douze lettres d'Érasme sont adressées à plus de deux cents correspondants de toutes les nationalités. Parmi eux, les plus nombreux appartiennent à l'Empire (50%). Le manuscript du volume est à Bâle chez l'imprimeur au moins dès le 14 mai 1529. Érasme, réfugié à Fribourg-en-Brisgau depuis la mi-avril, l'annonce alors à Daniel Stibarus […] Sans doute l'Opus tant attendu devait-il être prêt pour la foire d'automne. La dernière lettre qui y figure date du 19 août, mais la préface est du 7 août 1529. Comme cette préface n'est point paginée, on est en droit de supposer qu'elle a été imprimée en dernier lieu, avec l'index qu'elle annonce et qui n'est pas non plus paginé. La page de titre, simple et sans ornements, porte la date de 1529. Aucune indication du mois, mais la sortie de presse doit se situer en août, peut-être au début de septembre, car le 7 de ce dernier mois Érasme écrit à Pirckheimer qu'il a chargé Froben de lui envoyer un exemplaire de son recueil […] La préface [de l'Opus] est d'autant plus remarquable q'elle est un des derniers documents à travers lesquels Érasme s'exlique sur ses recueils épistolaires. On notera aussi les precautions oratories prises par l'auteur. La publication de ses lettres est un risqué. Il l'accepte parce qu'il ne peut l'éviter. Il publie ou republie ses lettres sans les classer dans l'ordre chronologique ou selon l'ordre logique. Il n'y a aucun souci de grouper les lettres et les réponses. La division en vingt-quatre livres est arbitraire. Pour lui, seule la variété de la presentation donne du prix aux recueils de lettres […] Quant au facilités qu'il affirme offrir à ses lecteurs grace à un index des correspondants et à des precisions de dates ajoutées aux lettres, elles se révèlent parfois illusoires. Les erreurs sont nombreuses, les dates souvent inexactes et l'index est loin d'être complet. L'effort de révision est pourtant visible et méritoire. Érasme fait disparaître trois de quatre lettres que les Epitolae ad diversos publiaient deux fois, mais il en laisse subsister une par distraction. Par contre, il maintient la division arbitraire de la lettre 386 en deux lettres distinctes et il réunit, non moins arbitrairement, les lettres 1295 et 1410. Lorsque nous possédons le manuscrit d'Érasme ou celui d'un de ses secrétaires, nous pouvons mesurer l'étendue et l'importance des modifications apportées au texte en vue de leur édition ou même au cours de l'édition[...] L'Opus epistolarum, malgré ses négligences, demeure un document irremplaçable. Il impressionne par sa masse et par sa qualité. Sans lui, que saurions-nous de la vie tourmentée d'Érasme à Bâle de 1522 à 1529?” (Halkin, op. cit., pp. 149-151, 154-156 and 164).

“À partir de 1515 jusqu'à sa mort en 1536, Érasme a publié, ou suscité la publication, de pas moins de quatroze recueils! […] On constate […] qu'Érasme ne confie pas l'édition de ses lettres à n'importe qui. À une exception près (Johann Faber Emmeus à Fribourg), elles sortent de deux officines: celle de Thierry Martens à Louvain et des Froben à Bâle. Mais d'officine érasmienne, il n'y en a, en réalité, qu'une: celle de Froben […] Thierry Martens bénéficie de trois (petites) éditions princeps parce que, de 1516 à 1521, l'humaniste réside dans les Pays-Bas […] Quand il s'agit d'imprimer un recueil d'une importance plus grande, tel l'Auctarium ou la Farrago, malgré le fait qu'il réside dans les Pays-Bas, il n'hésite pas à envoyer ses liasses de lettres vers Bâle, à plusieurs centaines de kilometers de l'endroit où il séjourne […] Au moment où il fait son entrée officielle sur la scène intellectuelle de son temps en sa qualité de Prince des humanists, (1515: année du premier recueil), il est âgé de près de 48 ans. Désormais, il n'est plus un érudit parmi d'autres, il va occupier le devant de la scène, d'où sa volonté ‘d'occuper le terrain' par l'édition à jet continu de sa correspondance de 1515 à 1522. Ensuite, la querelle luthérienne lui enjoint de s'abstenir prudemment de divulguer ses opinions au grand jour pendent six années […] En 1529, les dés son jetés, Érasme a été obligé de ‘choisir son camp', contre son gré, et de quitter Bâle pour Fribourg-en-Brisgau depuis le mi-avril. Il peut donc recommencer à éditer sa correspondence, et abandonne la cité rhénane en y laissant Hieronymus Froben et ses associés travailler sur le gros manuscript de ses lettres qui paraîtra à la fin de l'étè, l'Opus epistolarum […]” (A. Vanautgaerden, Érasme typographe. Humanisme et imprimerie au début du XVIe siècle, Genève, 2012, pp. 19-20).

 

(Book I:)

Beatus Rhenanus. Leuven, May 27, 1520 [i.e. 1521]. (p. 1)

Barbier, Pierre. Brugge, August 13, 1521 (p. 3)

Ofhuys, Gabriel. Anderlecht, October 14, 1520 [i.e. 1521] (p. 8)

Capito, Wolfgang Fabricius. Antwerpen, February 26, 1516 [i.e. 1517]. (p. 9)

Poncher, Étienne. Antwerpen, February 14, 1517 [i.e. 1516] (p. 11)

from Budé, Guillaume. Paris, May 1, [1516] (p. 13)

Budé, Guillaume. [Antwerpen, June 19], 1516 (p. 15)

id. Antwerpen, July 14, [1516] (p. 17)

from Budé, Guillaume. Paris, July 7, [1516] (p. 18)

Budé, Guillaume. Bruxelles, October 28, 1516 (p. 20)

from Budé, Guillaume. Paris, October 27 [i.e. November 26, 1516] (p. 24)

Budé, Guillaume. Antwerpen, February 15, 1516 [i.e. 1517] (p. 31)

from Deloynes, François. Paris, [November 26, 1516] (p. 39)

Deloynes, François. Antwerpen, February 21, 1516 [i.e. 1517] (p. 40)

from Budé, Guillaume. Paris, February 5, [1517] (p. 41)

Budé, Guillaume. Antwerpen, February 21, 1516 [i.e. 1517](p. 44)

from Cop, Guillaume. Paris, February 6, [1517] (p. 45)

Cop, Guillaume. Antwerpen, February 24, 1516 [i.e. 1517] (p. 45)

Francis I, King of France. Antwerpen, February 21, 1516 [i.e. 1517] (p. 45)

from Ludovico di Canossa, Bishop of Bayeux. Amboise, November 13, 1516 (p. 46)

Ludovico di Canossa. Antwerpen, February 24, 1516 [i.e. 1517] (p. 46)

Grey, Thomas and Vitré, Pierre. Bruxelles, February 13, 1516 [i.e. 1517] (p. 47)

from Watson, John. [Cambridge, August 13, 1516]. (p. 47)

Watson, John. Bruxelles, January 13, 1516 [i.e. 1517] (p. 48)

from Baarland, Adrian van to Baarland, Cornelis van. Leuven, [November, 1516] (p. 49)

from Clava, Antonius. Gent, February 6, [1517] (p. 51)

Clava, Antonius. Antwerpen, [February 14, 1517] (p. 51)

from Leo X. Roma, January 26, 1516 [i.e. 1517] (p. 52)

from [Gigli], Silvestro, Bishop of Worcester. Roma, January 31, 1516 [i.e. 1517] (p. 52)

Leo X. Bruxelles, [April 4], 1516 [i.e. 1517] (p. 53)

[Gigli], Silvestro. Bruxelles, [April 4], 1516 [i.e. 1517] (p. 53)

from Baer, Ludwig. Basel, November 12, 1516 (p. 54)

Baer, Ludwig. Bruxelles, January 1, 1516 [i.e. 1517] (p. 54)

from Glareanus, Henricus. Basel, September 5, 1516 (p. 55)

Sapidus, Johannes. Basel, [October, 1515] (p. 61)

from Bartolini, Riccardo. [Antwerpen, March 10, 1517] (p. 62)

Bartolini, Riccardo. Antwerpen, March 10, 1516 [i.e. 1517] (p. 65)

 

(Book II:)

Leo X. London, May 21, 1515 (p. 66)

Grimani, Domenico. London, March 31 [i.e. May 15], 1515 (p. 71)

[Riario], Raffaele, Cardinal of San Giorgio. London, March 31 [i.e. May 15], 1515 (p. 74)

from Sadoleto, Jacopo on account of Leo X. Roma, July 10, 1515 (p. 76)

from Sadoleto, Jacopo on account of Leo X to Henry VIII, King of England. Roma, July 10, 1515 (p. 77)

Leo X. London, August 9, 1516 (p. 77)

from Ammonio, Andrea. London, February 17, 1517 [i.e. February 18, 1516] (p. 79)

from [Warham], William, Archbishop of Canterbury. Otford (Kent), July [i.e. June] 22, [1516] (p. 80)

from Bullock, [Henry] (Bovillus). Cambridge, August 13, [1516] (p. 80)

Bullock, Henry. Rochester, August 31 [i.e. 22?], 1516 (p. 81)

from [Pirckheimer], Willibald. Nürnberg, May 20, 1516 (p. 85)

from Colet, John. Stepney, June 20, [1516] (p. 85)

from Lefèvre [d'Étaples], Jacques. Paris, Saint Germain, Ocotober 23, [1514] (p. 86)

from Zäsi (Zasius), Ulrich. Freiburg, May 9, 1516 (p. 86)

from eid. Freiburg, October 11, 1514 (p. 87)

from More, Thomas. [London, February 17, 1516] (p. 88)

from Rieger (Regius), Urban to Faber, Johannes. Ingolstadt, [February, 1516] (p. 90)

Rieger (Regius), Urban. Basel, February 24, 1516 (p. 92)

from Budé, Guillaume. Paris, December 21, [1517] (p. 92)

from Sixtinus, Johannes. [Oxford, October 27, 1499] (p. 93)

Sixtinus, Johannes. Oxford, October 28, 1497 [i.e. 1499] (p. 94)

from Bombace (Bombasius), Paolo. Zürich, December 6, 1547 (p. 96)

Bombace (Bombasius), Paolo. Basel, July 26, 1518 (p. 97)

from Eck, Johann. Ingolstadt, February 2, 1518  (p. 98)

Eck, Johann. Basel, May 15, 1518 (p. 100)

Gilles, Peter. Bruxelles, October 6, 1516 (p. 105)

Bergen, Antoon van. London, March 14, 1513 [i.e. 1514] (p. 106)

from Tunstall, Cuthbert to Budé, Guillaume. [Antwerp, April 1517]. (p. 108)

from Budé, Guillaume to Tunstall, Cuthbert. Paris, May 19, [1517] (p. 110)

 

(Book III:)

Lips, Maarten (Lypsius, Martinus). [The Rhine], May 7, 1518 (p. 117)

from Tunstall, Cuthbert. Brugge, September 14, [1517](p. 127)

Tunstall, Cuthbert. Leuven, [September 17 ca.], 1517 (p. 129)

Gonnell, William. [Cambridge, November], 1510 [i.e. 1513] (p. 129)

from Sampson, Richard. Tournay, March 2, 1514 [i.e. 1518] (p. 130)

Sampson, Richard. Leuven, [March], 1518 (p. 131)

[Busleyden], Gilles de. Leuven, [March 26 ca.], 1518 (p. 131)

from More, Thomas to Gilles, Peter. [Calais], October 7, [1517] (p. 132)

from More, Thomas. Calais, November 5, [1517] (p. 132)

Lefèvre d'Étaples, Jacques. Leuven, April 17, 1517 [i.e. 1518] (p. 133)

Gilles, Peter. Leuven, April 17, 1517 [i.e. 1518] (p. 134)

Grimani, Domenico. Leuven, April 26, 1518 (p. 134)

Lascaris, Johannes. Leuven April 26, 1518 (p. 135)

Gonnell, William. Leuven, April 22, 1517 [i.e. 1518] (p. 135)

Pace, Richard. Leuven, April 22, 1517 [i.e. 1518] (p. 135)

Bullock, Henry. Leuven, April 23, 1517 [i.e. 1518] (p. 136)

Henry VIII, King of England. Leuven, April 25, 1518 (p. 136)

Grolier, Jean. Leuven, April 24, 1518 (p. 136)

Bergen, Antoon van. Leuven, [January 14], 1518 (p. 138)

Glareanus, Henricus. Leuven, January 15 [i.e. 18], 1518 (p. 139)

Barbier, Pierre. Leuven, March 6, 1518 (p. 140)

Laurinus, Marcus. Leuven, April 5, 1518 (p. 142)

Amico non vulgari [Lips, Maarten]. [Leuven, January, 1518] (p. 144)

from Paliurus, Lucas (Klett, Lukas). Basel, July 13, 1517 (p. 145)

Paliurus, Lucas (Klett, Lukas). Leuven, August 23, 1517 (p. 145)

Paludanus, [Johannes] (Desmarez, Jean). [Bruxelles], 1517 [i.e. November, 1516?] (p. 145)

[Sparcheford], Richard. Leuven, August 31, 1517 (p. 146)

Halewin, George. Leuven, August 29, 1518 [i.e. 1517] (p. 146)

from [Utenheim], Christopher [von], Bishop of Basle. Basel, July 31, 1517 (p. 146)

[Utenheim], Christopher [von]. Leuven, [August 23], 1517 (p. 146)

Stromer von Auerbach, Heinrich. Leuven, August 24, 1517 (p. 147)

[Wolsey], Thomas. Antwerp, September 9, 1517 (p. 147)

Henry VIII. Antwerp, September 9, 1517 (p. 148)

Lefèvre d'Étaples, Jacques. Leuven, September 11, 1517 (p. 149)

Ernest of Bavaria. Leuven, November 4, 1517 (p. 150)

[Geldenhauer] (Noviomagus), Gerhard. Leuven, November 16, [1517] (p. 150)

Barbier, Pierre. Leuven, November 2, 1517 (p. 151)

[Myconius], Osvaldus. Basel, August 26, 1518 (p. 151)

from Zäsi (Zasius), Ulrich. Freiburg i.B., August 13, 1518 (p. 152)

Zäsi (Zasius), Ulrich. Basel, August 22, 1518 (p. 152)

Busleyden, Gilles de. Leuven, October 19, 1518 [i.e. 1517] (p. 153)

from [Geldenhauer] (Noviomagus), Gerhard. [Vollenhove], December 5, 1517 (p. 153)

[Geldenhauer] (Noviomagus), Gerhard. Leuven, 1517 [i.e. January 10, 1518] (p. 154)

from Berselius, Paschasius. Liège, January 7 (?), [1518] (p. 154)

[Berselius], Paschasius. Leuven, January 7, 1518 (p. 155)

from [Marck], Erard [de la], Bishop of Liège. [Huy], December 30, [1517]/1518 (p. 156)

[Marck], Erard [de la]. Leuven, January 7, 1518 (p. 156)

from Philip of Burgundy, Bishop of Utrecht. Vollenhove, December 6, 1517 (p. 157)

Philip of Burgundy. Leuven, January 10, 1518 (p. 157)

Zäsi (Zasius), Ulrich. 1518 [i.e. Basel, August, 1515] (p. 157)

id. 1517 [i.e. Basel, October, 1515] (p. 158)

Budé, Guillaume. Leuven, February 22, [1518] (p. 158)

from Budé, Guillaume. Paris, April 12, [1518] (p. 163)

Budé, Guillaume. Leuven, October 15, 1518 (p. 170)

from Budé, Guillaume. Paris, October 31, [1518] (p. 170)

Budé, Guillaume. Leuven, December 22, 1518 (p. 172)

id. Leuven, November 30, 1517 (p. 180)

from Budé, Guillaume. Paris, February 1, [1519] (p. 180)

Budé, Guillaume. Mechlin, March 21, 1519 (p. 183)

from Budé, Guillaume. Paris, March 6, [1519] (p. 183)

from eid. Paris, March 19, [1519] (p. 183)

Budé, Guillaume. [Leuven, April], 1519 (p. 184)

from Longueil, Christophe to Lucas, Jacques. Roma, January 29, [1519] (p. 184)

Longueil, Christophe. Leuven, April 1, 1519 (p. 186)

from Budé, Guillaume. Paris, June 10, [1519] (p. 187)

from eid. Paris, April 20, [1518] (p. 187)

from eid. Paris, June 30, [1519] (p. 188)

Budé, Guillaume. [Antwerp, August 9, 1519] (p. 189)

from Budé, Guillaume. Marly, [September, 1519] (p. 191)

from eid. Marly, [September 15, 1519] (p. 193)

Budé, Guillaume. Leuven, February 17, 1519/[1520] (p. 195)

from Budé, Guillaume. Marly, February 26, [1520] (p. 197)

 

(Book IV:)

Colet, John. Leuven, May 1, 1517 [i.e. April 23, 1518] (p. 198)

Busch, Hermann. Leuven, April 23, 1518 (p. 198)

Werter, Johannes. Leuven, October 19, 1518 (p. 198)

Gerbel, Nikolaus. Leuven, October 20, 1518 (p. 199)

Eschenfelder, Christopher. Leuven, October 19, 1518 (p. 199)

from [Blount], William, Lord Mountjoy. Greenwich, May 27, [1509] (p. 200)

Fisher, Christopher. Paris, [March], 1505 (p. 201)

from Brie, Germain de. [Paris], April 6, 1516/[1517] (p. 204)

Brie, Germain de. Leuven, 1518 [i.e. August, 1517] (p. 207)

Parthenius [Andronicus], Tranquillus. [Leuven], June 28, 1519 (p. 208)

Claymond, John. Leuven, June 27, 1519 (p. 210)

from Pirckheimer, Willibald. Nürnberg, December 31, 1517 (p. 210)

Pirckheimer, Willibald. Basel, [August], 1518 (p. 212)

[Blount], William, Lord Mountjoy. Tournehem, February 4, 1499 (p. 213)

Falco, Johannnes. Tournehem, February 3, 1497 [i.e. 1499] (p. 214)

Whitford, Richard. [Tournehem, February 4, 1499] (p. 214)

Gerard, Cornelis. Paris, 1497 [i.e. October, 1498] (p. 215)

Cuidam Lubecensi (To a man of Lübeck). Paris, 1497 [i.e. December, 1498] (p. 215)

[Northoff], Christian. Paris, 1496 [i.e. March, 1498?] (p. 216)

[Blount], William, Lord Mountjoy. [Paris], 1496 [i.e. November, 1498?] (p. 216)

[Hermans] Gaudanus, Willem. Paris, December 14, 1497 [i.e. 1498] (p. 216)

John of Brussels. Paris, [July], 1497 (p. 218)

Nicasius, Chaplain of Cambray. Paris, December 14, 1499 [i.e. 1498?] (p. 218)

Batt, Jacob. Antwerp, February 12, 1498 (p. 219)

[Hermans], Willem. Paris, 1499 [i.e. December, 1498] (p. 219)

Gaguin, Robert. Paris, [March], 1499/[1500] (p. 220)

Gilles, Peter. Paris, 1503 [i.e. March, 1505] (p. 221)

Amico cuidam (To a friend). [Paris?], 1498 [July, 1497?] (p. 221)

Cuidam. [Paris, August, 1497?] (p. 221)

id. [Paris, 1498?] (p. 221)

id. [Paris, Spring, 1500] (p. 221)

[Northoff], Christian. Paris, February 13, 1498 (p. 222)

[Vincentius Caminadus], Augustinus. [Orléans], 1499 [i.e. September, 1500] (p. 223)

id. St. Omer, 1498 [i.e. July 15, 1501]. (p. 223)

Erasmus, Desiderius on behalf of [Northoff], Heinrich to [Northoff], Christian. Paris, 1498 [i.e. August, 1497] (p. 224)

Batt, Jacob. Paris, 1498 [i.e. May, 1499] (p. 227)

 

(Book V:)

Sixtin (Sixtun), John. Oxford, 1498 [i.e. November, 1499] (p. 228)

Fisher, Robert. London, December 5, 1497 [i.e. 1499] (p. 230)

from Colet, John. Oxford, 1497 [i.e. October, 1499] (p. 230)

Colet, John. Oxford, 1498 [i.e. October, 1499] (p. 231)

[Blount], William, Lord Mountjoy. Oxford, 1498 [i.e. November, 1499] (p. 232)

Boschius [or Bostius], Arnoldus. [Paris, Spring, 1497] (p. 232)

[Northoff], Christian. Paris, [Spring], 1497 (p. 233)

Epistola pro amico quodam scripta ad medicum (To a physician for a friend). [Orléans, September, 1500] (p. 233)

Batt, Jacob. Paris, 1497 [i.e. May, 1499] (p. 235)

[Andrelini], Fausto. England, [Summer], 1499 (p. 235)

from Andrelini, Fausto. [Paris, May, 1499] (p. 235)

Andrelini, Fausto. [Paris, May, 1499] (p. 235)

from Andrelini, Fausto. [Paris, May, 1499] (p. 235)

Andrelini, Fausto. [Paris, May, 1499] (p. 235)

from Andrelini, Fausto. [Paris, May, 1499] (p. 235)

Gaguin, [Robert]. [Paris, March], 1499/[1500] (p. 236)

Ludolpho suo [Burgundy, Adolph of?]. Paris, April 29, [1499] (p. 236)

Luxembourg, Antoine de. Orléans, December 11, [1500] (p. 236)

Greverado advocato. Paris, 1499 [i.e. December 18, 1500] (p. 237)

Nicholas of Burgundy. Paris, January 26, 1498 [i.e. 1501] (p. 238)

[Boschius] (Bostius), Arnoldus. 1499 [i.e. Paris, April, 1498] (p. 238)

Tutor, James. St. Omer, July 2, 1498 [i.e. 1502] (p. 239)

[Andrelini], Fausto. Orléans, 1499 [i.e. November 20, 1500] (p. 239)

[Vincentius Caminadus], Augustinus. Orléans, 1499 [December 9, 1500] (p. 240)

Rhenanus, Beatus. Leuven, [October 15], 1518 (p. 241)

Pucci, Antonio. Basel, August 26, 1518 (p. 245)

Jonas, Jodocus. Antwerp, June 1, 1519 (p. 246)

Nesen, Wilhelm. Mechlin, March 21, 1519 (p. 248)

Draconites (Drach or Draco), Johannes. Leuven, April 18, 1519 (p. 248)

Cordus, Euricius. Leuven, April 17, 1519 (p. 249)

Theologo cuidam [Briard, Jean?]. 1515 [i.e. Leuven, April 22, 1519] (p. 249)

[Theodorici], James of Hoorn. Leuven, April 17, 1519 (p. 249)

Croy, Guillaume de, Archbishop of Toledo. Leuven, April 20, 1519 (p. 249)

Thurzo, Johannes, Bishop of Wroclav. Leuven, April 20, 1519 (p. 250)

Spalatinus, Georgius. Leuven, May 29, 1519 (p. 250)

Frederick III of Saxony. Leuven, May 30, 1519 (p. 251)

from Melanchthon, Philipp. Leipzig, January 5, 1519 (p. 251)

Melanchthon, Philipp. Leuven, April 22, 1519 (p. 251)

 

(Book VI:)

from Mosellanus, Petrus. Leipzig, January 6, 1519 (p. 252)

Mosellanus, Petrus. Leuven, [April 22], 1519 (p. 253)

from Luther, Martin. Wittenberg, March 28, 1519 (p. 257)

Luther, Martin. Leuven, May 30, 1519 (p. 257)

from Schalbe [or Schwalbe], Kaspar. Bruxelles, May 28, 1519 (p. 258)

Schalbe [or Schwalbe], Kaspar. Leuven, May 30, 1519 (p. 259)

Angleberme, Pierre d'. Orléans, [December 13], 1500 (p. 259)

[Fisher], John, Bishop of Rochester. Antwerp, April 2, 1519 (p. 260)

Colet, John. Cambridge, November 1, 1507 [i.e. October 31, 1513] (p. 261)

[Blount], William, Lord Mountjoy. Oxford, [October], 1499 (p. 262)

More, Thomas. Oxford, October 28, 1499 (p. 262)

Henry VIII, King of England. Antwerp, May 15, 1519 (p. 262)

from Hutten, Ulrich von. Mainz, March 6, [1519] (p. 264)

Hutten, Ulrich von. Leuven, April 23, 1519 (p. 265)

from [Becker] (Borssele or Borsalus), Jan. Veere, March 28, 1519 (p. 266)

[Becker] (Borssele or Borsalus), Jan. Leuven, April 24, 1519 (p. 267)

Vitré, Pierre (Viterius, Petrus). 1517 [i.e. Leuven, February 22, 1518] (p. 168, i.e. 268)

Ruzé, Louis. Mechlin, March 15 [i.e. 19?], 1519 (p. 168, i.e. 268)

[Hohenzollern], Albrecht [von], Archbishop of Mainz. Antwerp, May 20, 1519 (p. 169, i.e. 269)

Bergen, Antoon van. Antwerp, May 20, 1519 (p. 169, i.e. 269)

Bannisio, Jacopo. Bruxelles, May 21, 1519 (p. 270)

[Foxe], Richard, Bishop of Winchester. Antwerp, May 25, 1519 (p. 270)

[Ruthall], Thomas, Bishop of Durham. Antwerp, May 25, 1519 (p. 271)

Ruser, Johann. Basel, [i.e. Leuven], [July?], 1517 (p. 271)

Hessus, Eobanus. Leuven, May 30, 1519 (p. 271)

Guilford, Henry. Antwerp, May 15, 1519 (p. 272)

[Blount], William, Lord Mountjoy. Antwerp, [May 15?], 1519 (p. 272)

Slechta, Jan. Leuven, April 23, 1519 (p. 273)

Geldenhauer, Gerhard. Leuven, 1519 [i.e. April 13, 1518] (p. 274)

from Orsini, Gaspare. Wrocalw, June 20, 1518 (p. 274)

Orsini, Gaspare. Leuven, 1518 [i.e. April 20, 1519] (p. 175, i.e. 275)

from Fabri, Johannes, Vicar-General of Constance. Konstanz, April 26, 1519 (p. 175, i.e. 275)

Fabri, Johannes. Leuven, [May], 1519 (p. 277)

from Bannisio, Jacopo. Antwerp, November 12, 1517 (p. 277)

Bannisio, Jacopo. Leuven, 1518 [i.e. November, 1517] (p. 278)

Gonnell, [William]. London, 1515 [i.e. April, 1514] (p. 278)

id. London, 1515 [i.e. April 28, 1514] (p. 278)

id. London, 1515 [i.e. Cambridge, November, 1513](p. 279)

Grey, Thomas. Paris, 1499 [i.e. August, 1497] (p. 259)

 

(Book VII:)

from Dorp, Maarten van. Leuven, July 14, 1518 (p. 281)

[Gerard], Cornelis. [Steyn], 1489 (p. 282)

id. 1490 [i.e. Steyn, July, 1489?] (p. 283)

from More, Thomas. London, August 19, 1520 [i.e. 1517] (p. 285)

from eid. Calais, October 25, 1520 [i.e. 1517] (p. 285)

from Ammonio, Andrea to [Blount], William, Lord Mountjoy. [London, May 18, 1511] (p. 286)

Dorp, Maarten van. Antwerp, February 21, [1517] (p. 286)

[Ruthall], Thomas, Bishop of Durham. Antwerp, July 9, 1516 (p. 286)

[Fisher], John, Bishop of Rochester. St. Omer, June 5, 1517 [i.e. 1516] (p. 287)

[Arduenna], Rimaclus (Remaclus). Antwerp, June 1, 1517 [i.e. 1516] (p. 287)

Le Sauvage, Jean. Antwerp, June 1, 1515 [i.e. 1516] (p. 288)

Carafa, Pietro, Bishop of Chieti. Basel, December 23, 1514 [i.e. 1515] (p. 288)

More, Thomas. Antwerp, October 2, 1516 (p. 288)

[Wolsey], Thomas. London, 1515 [i.e. April 28, 1517] (p. 289)

More, Thomas. Cambridge, 1510 [i.e. July, 1513] (p. 289)

id. Antwerp, March 1, 1516/[1517] (p. 289)

id. Antwerp, March 8, 1517 (p. 289)

Gilles, Peter. Leuven, November 15, 1518 [i.e. 1517] (p. 290)

from Warham, William, Archbishop of Canterbury. London, February 5, 1512 [i.e. 1514] (p. 290)

Gonnell, [William]. Cambridge, September 26, 1512 [i.e. 1513] (p. 291)

Gilles, Peter. Leuven, March 5, 1516 [i.e. 1518] (p. 291)

More, Thomas. 1518 [i.e. Bruxelles, June 3, 1516] (p. 291)

Gilles, Peter. 1518 [i.e. Leuven, August 1, 1517] (p. 292)

More, Thomas. [Antwerp, May 30], 1517 (p. 292)

Batt, Cornelis. Leuven, April 29, 1517 [i.e. 1518] (p. 293)

Clava, Antonius. Leuven, April 29, 1517 [i.e. 1518] (p. 293)

Laurinus, Marcus. Leuven, April 29, 1517 [i.e. 1518] (p. 293)

from Gilles, Peter. Antwerp, June 19, 1519 [i.e. 1518] (p. 293)

Gilles, Peter. 1518 [i.e. Leuven, October, 1517] (p. 294)

id. Leuven, [December], 1517 (p. 294)

id. 1518 [i.e. Basel, September, 1515] (p. 295)

id. London, [July], 1514 (p. 295)

id. Bruxelles, November 18, 1518 [i.e. 1516] (p. 295)

id. Bruxelles, January 20, 1518 [i.e. 1517] (p. 295)

id. Leuven, November 10, [1517] (p. 396, i.e. 296)

id. [London, Autumn, 1512] (p. 396, i.e. 296)

Gonnell, [William]. [London], 1515 [i.e. February 14, 1514] (p. 396, i.e. 296)

Gilles, Peter. [Leuven], 1516 [i.e. November 3, 1517] (p. 396, i.e. 296)

Pace, [Richard]. Basel, September 4, 1519 [i.e. 1515] (p. 297)

Gilles, Peter. London, May 7, 1514 [i.e. 1515] (p. 297)

Parcius [Parker or Perkins], Thomas. Antwerp, February 21, 1518 (p. 297)

from Oecolampadius, Johannes. Weinsberg, March 27, 1517 (p. 297)

Oecolampadius, Johannes. Leuven, 1518 [i.e. July, 1517] (p. 298)

from Kirher, Johann. Speyer, September 16, 1515 (p. 299)

Kirher, Johann. Basel, 1516 [i.e. October, 1515] (p. 300)

[Blount], William, Lord Mountjoy. Basel, August 30, 1515 [i.e. 1514] (p. 300)

 

(Book VIII:)

Ammonio, Andrea. Cambridge, Queen's College, [September 16], 1511 (p. 301)

id. Cambridge, October 5, 1511 (p. 301)

id. Cambridge, October 16, 1511 (p. 301)

id. Paris, April 27, 1510 [i.e. 1511] (p. 301)

id. St. Omer, June 5, 1513 [i.e. 1516] (p. 302)

id. Cambridge, November 27, 1512 [i.e. 1511] (p. 302)

id. Cambridge, November 2, 1511 (p. 302)

from Ammonio, Andrea. London, November 8, 1511 (p. 302)

Ammonio, Andrea. Cambridge, November 11, 1512 [i.e. 1511]  (p. 303)

from Ammonio, Andrea. London, November 28, 1512 [i.e. 1511] (p. 304)

Ammonio, Andrea. Cambridge, December 2, 1512 [i.e. 1511] (p. 304)

from Ammonio, Andrea. London, December 5, 1511 (p. 305)

Ammonio, Andrea. Cambridge, December 9, 1512 [i.e. 1511] (p. 306)

id. [London], 1511 [i.e. August 14, 1516] (p. 306)

id. Cambridge, February 19, 1511 [i.e. 1512] (p. 306)

id. Cambridge, Queen's College, August 25, 1511 (p. 307)

id. Cambridge, May 9, 1509 [i.e. 1512] (p. 307)

id. Cambridge, November 28, 1511 [i.e. 1513] (p. 307)

id. London [i.e. Cambridge], September 1, 1511 [i.e. 1513] (p. 308)

id. Cambridge, December 21, 1510 [i.e. 1513] (p. 309)

id. Cambridge, November 26, 1509 [i.e. 1513] (p. 311)

id. [Cambridge], [October 20], 1511 (p. 311)

from Ammonio, Andrea. London, October 27, 1511 (p. 312)

Ammonio, Andrea. Cambridge, November 26, 1511 (p. 313)

from Ammonio, Andrea. London, November 18, [1511] (p. 314)

Ammonio, Andrea. Rochester, August 17, [1516] (p. 315)

from Ammonio, Andrea. Westminster, July 26, 1513 [i.e. August 19, 1516] (p. 315)

Ammonio, Andrea. Rochester, August 22, 1513 [i.e. 1516] (p. 315)

id. Basel, October 2, 1513 [i.e. 1515] (p. 316)

id. Bruxelles, October 6, 1514 [i.e. 1516] (p. 316)

from Ammonio, Andrea. Westminster, October 20, 1514 [i.e. 1516] (p. 317)

Ammonio, Andrea. Bruxelles, November 9, 1513 [i.e. 1516] (p. 317)

Wolsey, Thomas. Basel, August 30, 1516 [i.e. 1515] (p. 318)

Urswick, [Christopher]. St. Omer, June 5, 1517 [i.e. 1516] (p. 318)

Ammonio, Andrea. [Bruxelles], December 29, 1516 (p. 318)

id. Antwerp, March 11, 1516/[1517] (p. 319)

id. Antwerp, February 24, 1516/[1517] (p. 319)

id. Dover, April 10, 1515 [i.e. 1511] (p. 319)

from Ammonio, Andrea. London, May 19, 1515 [i.e. 1511] (p. 320)

from eid. London, November 25, 1515 [i.e. 1513] (p. 320)

from eid. Westminster, June 26, 1515 [i.e. 1516] (p. 321)

[Wentford], Roger. Paris, June 12, 1507 [i.e. 1506] (p. 321)

id. [Landbeach?], 1514 [i.e. October, 1513?] (p. 321)

id. [Cambridge?], 1514 [November, 1511?] (p. 322)

Ammonio, Andrea. Basel, December 23, 1517 [i.e. 1515] (p. 323)

id. Hammes Castle, July 8, 1514 (p. 323)

Batt, Jacob. Orléans, [December 12], 1500 (p. 323)

id. Paris, January 27, 1499 [i.e. 1501] (p. 326)

id. Orléans, December 11, 1499 [i.e. 1500] (p. 327)

Courtebourne, Peter of. [St. Omer], 1499 [i.e. March, 1502] (p. 329)

Louis. [Courtebourne], 1499 [i.e. Winter, 1501] (p. 330)

Batt, [Jacob]. [Steyn?], [February], 1499 [?] (p. 330)

from Batt, Jacob to [Blount], William, Lord Mountjoy. Tournehem, [February], 1499/[1500] (p. 330)

 

(Book IX:)

[Blount], William, Lord Mountjoy. [Oxford], 1498 [i.e. November, 1499] (p. 331)

Edmundo Sacerdoti [Edmund]. Courtebourne, 1500 [i.e. Autumn, 1501] (p. 332)

Adrien de St. Omer. Courtebourne, 1500 [i.e. Autumn, 1501] (p. 332)

Edmund. [Courtebourne?], 1500 [i.e. 1502] (p. 332)

Bergen, Hendrik van, Bishop of Cambrai. Paris, 1498 [i.e. January, 1497] (p. 333)

[Northoff, Christian]. Paris, 1498 [i.e. Spring, 1497] (p. 333)

Gaguin, [Robert]. [Paris], [January], 1498 (p. 333)

from Gaguin, [Robert]. [Paris], [January], 1498 (p. 333)

Evangelist. [Paris?], 1497 (p. 333)

Fisher, Robert. Paris, 1498 [i.e. August, 1497?] (p. 334)

Grey, Thomas. [Paris], [February], 1498 (p. 334)

id. Paris, [August], 1497 (p. 334)

id. Paris, [July], 1497 (p. 335)

Batt, [Jacob]. Paris, 1499 [i.e. February, 1550] (p. 338)

Bergen, Antoon van. Orléans [Paris?], 1499 [i.e. March 16?, 1501] (p. 342)

Luxembourg, Antoine de. Paris, January 27, 1498 [i.e. 1501] (p. 343)

id. Paris, March 16, 1498 [i.e. 1501] (p. 344)

id. [Paris], 1499 [i.e. February, 1501?] (p. 344)

Batt, [Jacob]. Paris, April 5, 1498 [i.e. 1501] (p. 344)

Tutor, James. Tournehem, 1499 [i.e. July 18, 1501] (p. 345)

Bensrott, [Nikolaus]. Tournehem, July 18, 1499 [i.e. 1501] (p. 346)

Luxembourg, Antoine de. Tournehem, July 18, 1499 [i.e. 1501] (p. 346)

Tutor, James. Paris [i.e. Tournehem], 1498 [i.e. July 17, 1501] (p. 347)

Bensrott, Nikolaus. Tournehem, 1498 [i.e. July 17, 1501] (p. 348)

John of Brussels. Tournehem, July 12, 1499 [i.e. 1501] (p. 348)

[Anthoniszoon], Jacob. Tournehem, July 12, 1499 [i.e. 1501] (p. 349)

Bergen, Hendrik van. Tournehem, July 12, 1499 [i.e. 1501] (p. 349)

Batt, [Jacob]. St. Omer, 1499 [i.e. Orléans, September, 1500] (p. 350)

id. St. Omer, 1499 [i.e. August, 1501] (p. 352)

id. Orléans, 1499 [i.e. September, 1500] (p. 352)

id. Paris, 1498 [i.e. September, 1500] (p. 353)

id. Paris, November 29, 1498 (p. 354)

id. Orléans, 1499 [i.e. November, 1500] (p. 356)

id. Paris, April 12, 1498 [i.e. 1500] (p. 357)

id. Paris, 1498 [i.e. March, 1500] (p. 358)

id. Paris, May 2, 1499 (p. 359)

from Bergen, Antoon van to Medici, Giovanni de'. St. Omer, July 30, 1501 (p. 360)

Borssele, Anne van. Paris, January 27, 1500/[1501] (p. 360)

 

(Book X:)

Bergen, Antoon van. Paris, January 14, 1500/[1501] (p. 363)

[Northoff], Christian. Paris, 1499 [i.e. Spring, 1497?] (p. 367, i.e. 366)

[Marck], Erard de la, Bishop of Liège. Leuven, February 19, 1519 (p. 398, i.e. 367)

Collegio Canonicorum Metensium (To the Chapter of Metz Cathedral). Leuven, July 14, 1519 (p. 398, i.e. 367)

Vives, Juan Luis. Mechlin, March 17, 1519 (p. 268, i.e. 368)

Linacre, Thomas. Paris, [June 12], 1506 (p. 268, i.e. 368)

id. St. Omer, June 5, 1514 [i.e. 1516] (p. 268, i.e. 368)

Colet, John. Paris, [December], 1504 (p. 369)

id. Cambridge, October 5, 1511 (p. 370)

id. Cambridge, Queen's College, August 24, 1511 (p. 370)

Halsey, Thomas. London, February 8, 1510 [i.e. 1512] (p. 371)

from Piso, Jacobus. Roma, June 30, 1509 (p. 371)

Bergen, Antoon van. London, February 6, 1515 [i.e. 1512] (p. 372)

[Boerio], Giovanni Battista. London, November 11, 1512 (p. 372)

Gilles, Peter. Leuven [i.e. London], [Autumn], 1512 (p. 372)

Adolph of Burgundy (Veere, Adolf van). London, [Autumn], 1512 (p. 373)

Colet, John. Cambridge, September 13, 1513 [i.e. 1511] (p. 373)

id. Cambridge, October 29, 1513 [i.e. 1511] (p. 374)

More, Thomas. Basel [i.e. Leuven], January 1, 1515 [i.e. 1519] (p. 375)

[Guibé, Robert], Cardinal. London, February 8, 1515 [i.e. 1512] (p. 375)

Colet, John. Paris, June 12, 1516 [i.e. 1506] (p. 376)

from Latimer, William. Oxford, January 30, [1517] (p. 376)

Latimer, William. Antwerpen, 1518 [i.e. February, 1517] (p. 378)

Bergen, Antoon van. Leuven, Collège du Lis, December 13, 1517 (p. 380)

[Geldenhauer] (Noviomagus), Gerhard. Leuven, April 17, 1514 [i.e. 1518] (p. 380)

Pace, Richard. Leuven, October 22, 1518 (p. 381)

Busleyden, Gilles de. 1518 [i.e. Bruxelles, May 21, 1519] (p. 381)

from Leoni, Ambrogio. Venezia, July 19, 1518 (p. 381)

Leoni, Ambrogio. Leuven, October 15, 1519 [i.e. 1518] (p. 383)

Hutten, Ulrich von. Antwerp, July 23, 1519 (p. 384)

Nesen, Wilhelm. Leuven, Collège du Lis, January 18, 1518 (p. 389)

 

(Book XI:)

[Wolsey], Thomas. Antwerp, May 18, 1518 [i.e. 1519] (p. 389)

from Pace, Richard. Richmond, April 5, [1519] (p. 392)

Pace, Richard. Leuven, May 15 (?), 1518 [i.e. 1519] (p. 393)

from Bombace (Bombasius), Paolo. Roma, October 1, 1518 (p. 394)

Bombace (Bombasius), Paolo. Leuven, December 13, 1518 (p. 395)

Croy, Guillaume de, Archbishop of Toledo. Leuven, 1518 [i.e. May, 1519] (p. 395)

from Croy, Guillaume de. Leuven, 1518 [i.e. May, 1519] (p. 397)

Croy, Guillaume de. Leuven, 1518 [i.e. May, 1519] (p. 399)

Leo X. Leuven, August 13, 1519 (p. 400)

from Albrecht von Brandenburg, Archbishop of Mainz. Franckfurt, June 13, 1519 (p. 403)

Albrecht von Brandenburg. Antwerp, August 15, 1519 (p. 403)

from Bérault (Beraldus), Nicholas. Paris, June 20, 1518 [i.e. 1519] (p. 404)

from eid. Paris, March 16, 1518 [i.e. 1519] (p. 405)

from eid. Paris, July 1, [1519] (p. 406)

Bérault (Beraldus), Nicholas. Antwerp, August 9, 1518 [i.e. 1519] (p. 406)

from Priccardus, Leonardus, Canon of Aachen. Aachen, May 23, [1519] (p. 407)

Priccardus, Leonardus. Leuven, July 1, 1519 (p. 407)

Papin, Antoine, Abbot of Gembloux. Leuven, June 1 [i.e. May 26?], 1519 (p. 408)

from Papin, Antoine. Gembloux, May 30, [1519] (p. 409)

Hack, Christoph. Antwerp, August 13, 1519 (p. 409)

Zuutpene, Pieter. Antwerp, August 10, 1519 (p. 409)

Hué, Guillaume, Dean of Paris. Antwerp, August 9, 1518 [i.e. 1519] (p. 410)

from Spalatinus, Georgius. Altenburg, November 13, 1517 (p. 411)

Spalatinus, Georgius. Antwerp, August 7, 1519 (p. 411)

Carinus, Lodovicus. Leuven, February 27, 1519 (p. 412)

[Anthoniszoon], Jacob. Leuven, February 13, 1502/[1503] (p. 412)

 

(Book XII:)

Campeggi, Lorenzo. Leuven, May 1, 1519 (p. 414)

from Campeggi, Lorenzo. London, July 4, 1519 (p. 415)

Campeggi, Lorenzo. Leuven, July 14, 1519 (p. 416)

Zäsi (Zasius), Ulrich. [Basel, December, 1515?] (p. 417)

id. [Basel, September, 1515] (p. 418)

from Zäsi (Zasius), Ulrich. Freiburg i.B., December 22, 1514 (p. 418)

Zäsi (Zasius), Ulrich. Basel, September 23, 1514 (p. 418)

Hoogstraten, Andreas. Liège, 1517 [i.e. August, 1514] (p. 419)

[Geldenhauer] (Noviomagus), Gerhard. Leuven, August 31, 1517 (p. 419)

Albrecht von Brandenburg, Archbishop of Mainz. Leuven, October 19, 1519 (p. 420)

Gattinara, Mercurino. Leuven, October 4, 1520 (p. 424)

from Pirckheimer, Willibald. Nürnberg, April 30, [1520] (p. 424)

Pirckheimer, Willibald. Leuven, September 5, 1520 (p. 427)

from Busch, Hermann. Mainz, June 5, [1520] (p. 428)

Busch, Hermann. Leuven, July 31, 1520 (p. 249)

Reuchlin, Johann. Köln, November 8, 1520 (p. 434)

[Geldenhauer] (Noviomagus), Gerhard. Leuven, September 9, 1520 (p. 434)

Rosemondt, Godescalc. 1519 [i.e. Leuven, December, 1520] (p. 435)

Latimer, William. [St. Omer], June 5, 1517 [i.e. 1516] (p. 436)

[Foxe], Richard, Bishop of Winchester. Leuven, May 5, 1520 (p. 436)

Colet, John. Cambridge, July 11, [1513] (p. 437)

[Thüngen], Konrad von, Bishop of Würzburg. [Leuven, July 31, 1520] (p. 438)

[Platz, Ludwig], Dean of the Philosophical Faculty of the University of Erfurt. Leuven, July 31, 1518 [i.e. 1520] (p. 438)

[Fisher], John, Bishop of Rochester. Leuven, February 21, 1519/[1520] (p. 439)

id. Leuven, August 2, 1519 [i.e. 1520] (p. 439)

Halewin, George. Leuven, June 21, 1520 (p. 439)

Baarland, Adrian van. [Leuven], 1518 [i.e. December, 1519] (p. 440)

[Wolsey], Thomas. Leuven, February 1, 1519/[1520] (p. 440)

[Marck], Erard [de la], Bishop of Liège. [Leuven], 1518 [i.e. October, 1519] (p. 441)

[Egmont], Floris [van], Lord of IJsselstein. Leuven, October 2, 1519 (p. 442)

Cuidam Obtrectatori [Bogaert, Jacobs?]. Leuven, 1518 [i.e. November, 1519] (p. 442)

Botzheim, Johann von. Leuven, May 16, 1517 [i.e. 1520] (p. 442)

Volz, Paul. [Leuven], [March], 1519/[1520] (p. 443)

[Gigli], Silvestro, Bishop of Worcester. Antwerp, March 15, 1520 (p. 443)

Campeggi, Lorenzo. Antwerp, March 15, 1520 (p. 443)

Chierigatti (Chiericati), Francesco. Antwerp, March 15, 1520 (p. 443)

[Warham], William, Archbishop of Canterbury. 1515 [i.e. London, June, 1514] (p. 444)

 

(Book XIII:)

Henry VIII, King of England. Antwerp, May 3, 1520 (p. 444)

[Marck, Erard de la], Bishop of Liège. Leuven, October 8, 1520 (p. 445)

[Warham], William, Archbishop of Canterbury. Cambridge, 1515 [i.e. January, 1514] (p. 445)

[Fisher], John, Bishop of Rochester. Leuven, October 17, 1519 (p. 445)

Mosellanus, Petrus. Leuven, July 31, 1520 (p. 446)

Poncher, Étienne de, Archbishop of Sens. Leuven, October 2, 1519 (p. 447)

Grimani, Domenico. Leuven, October 2, 1519 (p. 447)

Fevinus, Johannes (Fevyn, Jan de), Canon at St. Donatian's in Brugge. Leuven, September 9, 1517 [i.e. 1519] (p. 447)

Lister, Gerhard. Leuven, September 11, 1517 (p. 448)

Guilford, Henry. Leuven, October 18, 1519 (p. 448)

Pace, Richard. Leuven, October 16, 1519 (p. 448)

Lupset, Thomas. Leuven, October 16, 1519 (p. 449)

Dancaster, William. Leuven, October 16, 1519 (p. 449)

[Blount], William, Lord Mountjoy. Leuven, October 16, 1519 (p. 449)

[Wolsey], Thomas. Leuven, October 17, 1519 (p. 450)

Budé, [Guillaume]. Leuven, October 15, 1519 (p. 450)

Bérault (Beraldus), Nicholas. Leuven, October 15, 1519 (p. 450)

Marliano, Luigi, Bishop of Tuy. 1519 [i.e. Leuven, June 21, 1520] (p. 451)

George, Duke of Saxony. Leuven, July 31, 1520 (p. 451)

[Meyner], Matthias. Leuven, July 30, 1520 (p. 452)

Oecolampadius, Johannes. Leuven, May 15, 1520 (p. 452)

[Hohenzollern], Albrecht [von], Archbishop of Mainz. Leuven, May 15, 1520 (p. 452)

Affinius, Henricus. Antwerp, [February], 1517 (p. 453)

Tunstall, Cuthbert. Leuven, October 16, 1519 (p. 453)

Praepositus, Nicolaus. Leuven, December 19, 1519 (p. 454)

n.r. [Barland, Adrian]. Antwerp, December 7, 1518 [i.e. 1519] (p. 454)

Oecolampadius, Johannes. Köln, November 11, 1520 (p. 454)

Jonas, Jodocus. Köln, November 11, 1520 (p. 455)

Sbrulius, Richardus (Sbruglio, Riccardo). Köln, November 13, 1520 (p. 455)

Peutinger, Konrad. Köln, November 9, 1520 (p. 456)

Robyns, Jan, dean of Mechlin. Leuven, December 1, 1519 (p. 457)

Theologo cuidam [Latomus, Jacobus?]. [Leuven, January, 1520] (p. 458)

Vander Noot, Jodocus. Leuven, January 7, 1519/[1520] (p. 458)

Lips, Maarten (Lypsius, Martinus). 1518 [i.e. Leuven, January 1, 1520?] (p. 458)

Brie, Germain de. Antwerp, June 25, 1520 (p. 458)

Villinger, Jakob. Leuven, October 3, 1520 (p. 460)

from More, Thomas. 1519 [i.e. Canterbury, May 26, 1520] (p. 461)

More, Thomas. [Leuven, June, 1520] (p. 462)

Ritius (Ricius), Paulus (Ricci, Paolo). Köln, [November], 1520 (p. 462)

Spalatinus, Georgius. Leuven, July 6, 1520 (p. 463)

Pace, Richard. Antwerp, [June 25?], 1520 (p. 463)

[Hohenzollern], Albrecht [von], Archbishop of Mainz. Leuven, October 8, 1520 (p. 464)

Manius, Petrus. Leuven, October 1, 1520 (p. 464)

 

(Book XIV:)

Campeggi, Lorenzo. Leuven, December 6, 1520 (p. 466)

Rhodus, Godofredus. Leuven, 1520 (p. 472)

Linacre, Thomas. Brugge, August 24, 1521 (p. 473)

Lupset, Thomas. Brugge, August 23, [1521] (p. 473)

Leo X. Leuven, September 13, 1520 (p. 473)

Schudelin, Johann. Anderlecht, September 4, 1521 (p. 475)

Warham, William. Brugge, August 23, 1521 (p. 475)

Pace, Richard. Brugge, August 23, 1521 (p. 476)

Gruntgen, Heinrich. Leuven, March 7, 1520 (p. 476)

[Wolsey], Thomas. Antwerp, August 7, 1520 (p. 477)

[Frick], Konrad and [Esinger], Laurenz. Leuven, October 1, 1519 [i.e. 1520] (p. 477)

Hegendörfer, Christopher. Leuven, December 13, 1520 (p. 478)

Viro Praepotenti [Boskowitz, Artlebus]. Leuven, January 28, 1521 (p. 478)

Chierigatti (Chiericati), Francesco. Leuven, September 13, 1520 (p. 480)

from More, Thomas. [Greenwich?, April, 1520] (p. 481)

More, Thomas. Antwerp, May 2, 1520 (p. 482)

[Guillard], Louis, Bishop of Tournai. Anderlecht, June 17, 1521 (p. 482)

Pace, Richard. Anderlecht, June 11, 1521 (p. 483)

[Warham], William, Archbishop of Canterbury. Antwerp, May 24, 1521 (p. 483)

from Slechta, Jan. Kosteletz, October 10, 1519 (p. 484)

Slechta, Jan. Leuven, November 1, 1519 (p. 588, i.e. 488)

Knopken, Andreas. Leuven, December 31, 1520 (p. 492)

Budé, Guillaume. Leuven, February 16, 1521 (p. 493)

Rotenhan, Sebastian. Leuven, August 13, 1520 (p. 493)

Praet, Louis de. Leuven, [March], 1521 (p. 494)

 

(Book XV:)

from Thurzo, Johannes, Bishop of Wroclav. Wroclav, December 1, 1519 (p. 495)

Thurzo, Johannes. Leuven, August 31, 1520 (p. 496)

Rosemondt, Godescalc. Leuven, [December 17], 1520 (p. 497)

from Cranevelt, Frans van. Brugge, September 19, 1520 (p. 497)

Cranevelt, Frans van. Leuven, December 18, 1520 (p. 498)

Leontius. Bruxelles, [August 29?], 1520 (p. 500)

Bedill, Thomas. Leuven, December 31, 1520 (p. 501)

Glareanus, Henricus. Leuven, [December], 1518 (p. 501)

Herman (Phrysius), Haio. Leuven, 1521 [i.e. August, 1520] (p. 501)

Bérault (Beraldus), Nicholas. Leuven, February 16, 1521 (p. 501)

Marck, Antoine de la. Leuven, February 16, 1519/[1520] (p. 502)

Scarpinelli, Agostino. Leuven, December 13, 1520 (p. 502)

Algoet, Livinus. Antwerp, April 13, 1520 (p. 503)

Jonas, Jodocus. Anderlecht, June 13, 1521 (p. 503)

More, Thomas. Antwerp, April 26, 1520 (p. 512)

from More, Thomas. [Greenwich], [May?], 1520 (p. 514)

Amerbach, Bonifacius. Basel, August 31, 1518 (p. 517)

Rosemondt, Godescalc. Leuven, October 18, 1520 (p. 518)

 

(Book XVI:)

More, Thomas. Leuven, [November], 1520 (p. 521)

Budé, [Guillaume]. Antwerp, August 9, 1520 (p. 525)

Burbank, William. Leuven, September 1, 1520 (p. 525)

Barbier, Pierre. Anderlecht, June 26, 1521 (p. 518)

[Lips], Maarten (Lypsius, Martinus). Leuven, March 30, 1519 (p. 527)

id. Leuven, March 30, 1519 (p. 527)

id. 1519 [i.e. Leuven, March, 1518] (p. 527)

id. [Leuven, October], 1518 (p. 527)

id. [Leuven, February], 1519/[1520] (p. 528)

id. [Leuven, December], 1519 (p. 528)

Marliano, Luigi, Bishop of Tuy. Leuven, March 25, 1520/[1521] (p. 528)

from Marliano, Luigi, Bishop of Tuy. Worms, April 7, 1521 (p. 530)

Marliano, Luigi, Bishop of Tuy. Antwerp, April 15, 1521 (p. 531)

Obtrectatori suo pertinacissimo [Theodorici, Vincentius]. [Leuven, March], 1521 (p. 532)

Tayspil, Daniel. Anderlecht, July 5, 1521 (p. 541)

[Hugenoys], Livinus. Anderlecht, June 21, 1521 (p. 542)

Harst, Karl. Anderlecht, June 22, 1521 (p. 542)

[Frederiks], Willem. Leuven, April 30, 1521 (p. 543)

Hoogstraten, Jacob. Antwerp, August 1, 1519 (p. 544)

 

(Book XVII:)

Lee, Edward. Leuven, July 15, 1519 (p. 549)

Lupset, Thomas. Leuven, December 13, 1519 (p. 550)

Virgilio, Polidoro. Leuven, December 23, [1520]/1521 (p. 558)

[Thurzo], Stanislaus, Bishop of Olomouc. [Basel, November 21, 1521] (p. 559)

Thale, William. Brugge, August 13, 1521 (p. 560)

Everaerts, Nicolaas. Anderlecht, [October?], 1521 (p. 560)

More, Thomas. Anderlecht, 1520 [i.e. July 5?, 1521] (p. 562)

Goclenius, Conradus. Brugge, August 12, 1520 [i.e. 1521] (p. 563)

[Thurzo], Stanislaus, Bishop of Olomouc. Basel, November 22, 1521 (p. 564)

from Vives, Juan Luis. Brugge, June 4, [1520] (p. 564)

Vives, Juan Luis. Leuven, 1521 [i.e. June, 1520] (p. 567)

Bucho van Aytta, Bernard. Anderlecht, September 24, 1521 (p. 568)

from Bombace (Bombasius), Paolo. Roma, June 18, 1521 (p. 569)

Bombace (Bombasius), Paolo. Anderlecht, September 23, 1521 (p. 571)

Rescius, Rutgerus. Anderlecht, [October], 1521 (p. 573)

Budé, Guillaume. Anderlecht, [September], 1521 (p. 574)

Gilles, Peter. Leuven, 1519 [i.e. November 16, 1517] (p. 576)

Jonas, Jodocus. Leuven, May 10, 1521 (p. 577)

Theologis Lovaniensibus (To the Theologians of Louvain). Anderlecht, [June], 1521 (p. 582)

Baer, Ludwig. Leuven, May 14, 1521 (p. 584)

Froben, Hieronymus. Brugge, August 14, 1521 (p. 584)

Broeckhoven of 's Hertogenbosch, Nicolaas van. Anderlecht, August 31, 1520 [i.e. 1521] (p. 585)

Barbier, Pierre. Anderlecht, September 23, 1521 (p. 586)

Wichmans, Pieter. Brugge, [August 29], 1521 (p. 587)

Bartolini, Lorenzo. Leuven, March 1, 1521 (p. 587)

[Blount], William, Lord Mountjoy. Anderlecht, [July 5], 1521 (p. 588)

Laurinus, Marcus. Basel, September 1, 1527 (p. 590)

Vergara, Francisco de. Basel, September 2, 1527 (p. 590)

Cammyngha, Haio. Basel, November, 12, 1528 (p. 591)

Cantiuncula, Claudius. [Basel], 1526 [i.e. September, 1525] (p. 592)

 

(Book XVIII:)

from Fonseca, Alonso de, Archbishop of Toledo. Valladolid, April 24, 1527 (p. 593)

Fonseca, Alonso de, Archbishop of Toledo. Basel, September 2, 1527 (p. 593)

Pellican, Konrad. Basel, 1526 [i.e. November, 1525] (p. 595)

Pistorius (Pistoris, Becker), Simon. Basel, [September 2], 1526 (p. 595)

George, Duke of Saxony. Basel, July 30, 1526 (p. 598)

id. Basel, September 2, 1526 (p. 598)

Coppin, Nicolas. Basel, September 2, 1525 (p. 599)

Giovio, Benedetto. [Basel, October], 1525 (p. 600)

Béda, Noël. Basel, October 2, 1525 (p. 601)

Egnazio, Giovanni Battista. Basel, October 3, 1525 (p. 602)

Lupset, Thomas. Battista. Basel, [October 4], 1525 (p. 603)

Barbier, Pierre. Basel, October 3, 1525 (p. 603)

Casembroot, Leonard. Basel, October 4, 1525 (p. 604)

Laski, Hieroslaus. Basel, October 3, 1525 (p. 605)

Pole, Reginald. Basel, October 4, 1525 (p. 605)

Krziczki (Cricius or Critius), Andrzej, Bishop of Plock. Basel, October 5, 1525 (p. 606)

Apocellus, Jacobus. Basel, October 9, 1525 (p. 606)

Bombace (Bombasius), Paolo. Basel, October 9, 1525 (p. 606)

Nausea, Friedrich. Basel, October 9, 1525 (p. 607)

Adrian VI. [Basel, March 22, 1523] (p. 607)

Nausea, Friedrich. Basel, March 8, 1526 (p. 609)

Dubois (Sylvius), François. Basel, March 13, 1526 (p. 610)

Oecolampadius, Johannes. Basel, January 25, 1525 (p. 610)

[Boudet], Michel, Bishop of Langres. Basel, March 13, 1526 (p. 611)

Henckel, Johann. Basel, March 7, 1526 (p. 611)

Laski, Jan. Basel, March 8, 1526 (p. 614)

Bertholf, Hilarius. Basel, March 16, 1526 (p. 615)

Emser, Hieronymus. Basel, [March 19, 1526] (p. 615)

Pucci, Antonio, Bishop of Pistoia. Basel, June 7, 1525 (p. 616)

[Gruyères], Léonard de. Basel, December 29, 1524 (p. 616)

Medico cuidam. [Basel], May 23, 1527 (p. 617)

Warham, William, Archbishop of Canterbury. Basel, August 24, 1527 (p. 617)

Laurinus, Marcus. Basel, 1525 [September 1, 1527] (p. 617)

Gravius von Ende, Tielman. Basel, August 27, 1527 (p. 618)

Rieger (Regius), Urban. Basel, March 7, [1515]/1516 (p. 618)

Vives, Juan Luis. Basel, December 27, 1524 (p. 619)

Mosham, Rudbert von. Basel, November 12, 1524 (p. 619)

Eustachius, Andrea. Basel, December 27, 1524 (p. 620)

[Utenheim], Christopher [von], Bishop of Basle. Basel, June 20, 1524 (p. 620)

Brugnard, Antoine. Basel, October 27, 1524 (p. 620)

Tones, Robert. Basel, September 5, 1524 (p. 622)

George, Duke of Saxony. Basel, September 6, 1524 (p. 622)

Volz, Paul. Basel, November 25, 1524 (p. 622)

Wimpfeling, Jacob. Basel, November 25, 1524 (p. 623)

Scarpinelli, Agostino. [Basel], August 30, 1524 (p. 623)

Bere, Richard. Basel, September 4, 1524 (p. 624)

[Fisher], John, Bishop of Rochester. Basel, September 4, 1524 (p. 624)

Tunstall, Cuthbert, Bishop of London. Basel, September 4, 1524 (p. 625)

Hezius, Theodoricus. Basel, September 2, 1524 (p. 625)

Deiotarus, Zacharias. Basel, [September 4], 1524 (p. 626)

Henry VIII, King of England. Basel, September 6, 1524 (p. 626)

[Wolsey], Thomas. Basel, September 2, 1524 (p. 626)

Aleandro, Girolamo. Basel, September 2, 1524 (p. 627)

 

(Book XIX:)

Clement VII. Basel, February 13, 1524 (p. 628)

from Melanchthon, Philipp. Wittenberg, September 30, 1524 (p. 629)

Melanchthon, Philipp. Basel, December 10, 1524 (p. 630)

Stromer von Auerbach, Heinrich. Basel, December 10, 1524 (p. 633)

[Pirckheimer], Willibald. Basel, January 8, 1522/[1523] (p. 634)

from Camerarius, Joachim. Wittenberg, November [i.e. September] 30, [1524] (p. 634)

Camerarius, Joachim. Basel, December 11, 1524 (p. 636)

Fettich, Theobald. Basel, December 5, 1526 (p. 637)

George, Duke of Saxony. Basel, February 5, 1528 (p. 637)

[Cles], Bernardo, Bishop of Trent. Basel, September 26, 1526 (p. 637)

Schydlowitz, Christoph (Szydlowiecki, Krzysztof). Basel, May 16, 1527 (p. 638)

Gravius von Ende, Tielman. Basel, May 29, 1527 (p. 638)

Laski, Jan. Basel, May 17, 1527 (p. 638)

Krziczki (Cricius or Critius), Andrzej, Bishop of Plock. Basel, May 17, 1527 (p. 639)

Cox, Leonard. Basel, May 21, 1527 (p. 640)

Antonin, [Jan]. [Basel, May 21], 1527 (p. 641)

Zebrzydowski, Andrzej. Basel, May 21, 1527 (p. 641)

[Titelmans], Frans. Basel, May 18, 1527 (p. 642)

[Becker] (Borssele or Borsalus), Jan. Basel, August 24, 1527 (p. 642)

Caduceator, Henricus. Basel, June 10, 1527 (p. 642)

Nausea, Friedrich. Basel, June 10, 1527 (p. 642)

Vives, Juan Luis. Basel, May 29, 1527 (p. 643)

Brie, Germain de. Basel, June 10, 1527 (p. 643)

[Hoyos de Salamanca], Antonio, Bishop of Gurck. Basel, March 10, 1529 (p. 643)

[Cles], Bernardo, Bishop of Trent. Basel, March 14, 1529 (p. 644)

Pistorius (Pistoris, Becker), Simon. Basel, March 14, 1529 (p. 645)

[Mercklin], Balthasar, Bishop of Hildesheim. Basel, March 15, 1529 (p. 645)

Vergara, Francisco de. Basel, March 17, 1529 (p. 645)

Valdés, Alfonso de. [Basel], March 21, 1529 (p 646)

Valdés, Juan de. Basel, March 21, 1529 (p. 649)

Vergara, Juan de. Basel, March 24, 1529 (p. 649)

from Fonseca, Alonso de, Archbishop of Toledo. Madrid, June 29, 1528 (p. 651)

Fonseca, Alonso de, Archbishop of Toledo. Basel, March 25, 1529 (p. 652)

Scholasteri Besontino [Bercin, Antoine]. Basel, April 1, 1529 (p. 656)

[Gruyères], Léonard de. Basel, April 1, 1529 (p. 656)

Desprez, Estienne. Basel, April 1, 1529 (p. 656)

Fugger, Anton. Basel, April 5, 1529  (p. 656)

Baer, Ludwig. Basel, March 30, 1529 (p. 657)

George, Duke of Saxony. Basel, March 24, 1528 (p. 661)

[Herman] (Phrysius), Haio. Basel, March 20, 1528 (p. 662)

Rivulo, Andrianus a. Basel, March 21, 1528 (p. 662)

Manrique [de Lara], Alonso. Basel, March 21, 1528 (p. 662)

Bottis, Henri de. Basel, March 29, 1528 (p. 663)

Decimarius, Petrus. Basel, March 29, 1528 (p. 663)

Fortissimae Elvetiorum Nationi in Concilio Badensi (to the Swiss Confederacy). Basel, May 15, 1526 (p. 664)

Warham, William, Archbishop of Canterbury. Basel, [May 26], 1527 (p. 665)

George, Duke of Saxony. Basel, September 1, 1527 (p. 672)

Hondt (Canius), Jan de. Basel, August 25, 1527 (p. 672)

Cochlaeus, Johannes. Basel, August 25, 1527 (p. 672)

Pirckheimer, Willibald. Basel, March 20, 1528 (p. 667)

Baïf, Lazare de. Basel, March 1, 1528 (p. 668)

Virués (Vervesius), Alonso Ruiz de. [Basel], December 13, 1527 [i.e. March 15, 1528] (p. 668)

Arcidiacono Alcorano [Fernández, Alonso]. Basel, March 15, 1528 (p. 669)

Gracián [de Alderete], [Diego]. Basel, March 15, 1528 (p. 670)

Maldonado, Juan. Basel, March 15, 1528 (p. 670)

Wary, Nicolas (Varius, Nicolaus). Basel, March 19, 1528 (p. 671)

Cochlaeus, Johannes. Basel, March 19, 1528 (p. 671)

George, Duke of Saxony. Basel, January 16, 1528 (p. 671)

Neuenahr (Nova Aquila), Hermann von. Basel, January 3, 1528 (p. 672)

George of Austria, Bishop of Brixen. Basel, [February 3, 1528] (p. 672)

n.r. Basel, February 27, 1528 (p. 673)

Lorraine, Jean de. Basel, November 30, 1527 (p. 673)

George, Duke of Saxony. Basel, December 30, 1527 (p. 674)

Schmotzer, Georg. Basel, December 27, 1527 (p. 675)

Maximilian of Burgundy. Basel, August 23, 1527 (p. 676)

id. Basel, January 4, 1528 (p. 676)

Pace, Richard. Basel, February 20, 1528 (p. 667, i.e. 677)

Vlatten, Johann von. Basel, March 19, 1528 (p. 667, i.e. 677)

Catherine of Aragon, Queen of England. Basel, March 1, 1528 (p. 667, i.e. 677)

Dilft, Frans van der. Basel, March 18, 1528 (p. 678)

Theologo cuidam Hispano Sorbonico [Vitoria, Francisco de]. Basel, November 29, 1527 (p. 678)

Bucer, Martin. Basel, November 11, 1527 (p. 682)

Senatui Parisiensi (To the Parliament of Paris). Basel, November 14, 1527 (p. 683)

Laski, Jan. Basel, December 9, 1527 (p. 685)

Schydlowitz, Christoph (Szydlowiecki, Krzysztof). Basel, December 12, 1527 (p. 686)

Antonin, [Jan]. Basel, December 9, 1527 (p. 686)

Béda, Noël. Basel, November 16, 1527 (p. 687)

[Tomiczki, Piotr], Bishop of Cracow. Basel, December 12, 1527 (p. 689)

More, Thomas. Basel, February 29, 1528 (p. 689)

Bottis, Henri de. Basel, December 22, 1527 (p. 689)

Sadoleto, Jacopo, Bishop of Carpentras. Basel, July 2, 1525 (p. 690)

Theologis Lovaniensibus (To the Theologians of Louvain). Basel, July 1, 1525 (p. 690)

Béda, Noël. Basel, August 24, 1525 (p. 692)

Barland, Adrian. Basel, July 2, 1525 (p. 692)

Brie, Germain de. Basel, August 25, 1525 (p. 693)

Selve, Jean de. Basel, August 25, 1525 (p. 693)

Berquin, Louis de. Basel, August 25, 1528 [i.e. 1525] (p. 694)

Dubois (Sylvius), François. Basel, [August 25], 1525 (p. 694)

Budé, Guillaume. Basel, August 25, 1525 (p. 694)

[Mauch], Daniel. Basel, October 10, 1525 (p. 695)

Béda, Noël. Basel, June 15, 1525 (p. 695)

[Tournon], François de, Archbishop of Embrun. Basel, November 10, 1522 (p. 707)

Abbati cuidam [Hillweg, Theobald?]. Basel, May 15, 1524 (p. 707)

Truchsess [von Waldburg], Christoph. Basel, 1524 [i.e. October 4, 1525] (p. 708)

Pellican, Konrad. Basel, 1526 [i.e. October 15, 1525] (p. 708)

id. [Basel], 1526 [i.e. October, 1525] (p. 710)

Béda, Noël. [Basel], [September], 1525 (p. 711)

Transsylvanus, Maximilianus. Basel, November 8, 1525 (p. 713)

Heemstede, Jan van. Basel, November 8, 1525 (p. 713)

Brunfels, Otto. Basel, [September], 1525 (p. 714)

[Parra, Juan de la], physician and tutor of prince Ferdinand. Leuven, February 13, 1519 (p. 714)

Campeggi, Lorenzo. Basel, February 21, 1526 [i.e. 1524] (p. 715)

Chierigatti (Chiericati), Francesco. Basel, January 8, 1522/[1523] (p. 716)

Bergen, Cornelius van. Basel, March 26, 1525 (p. 716)

Priccardus, Leonardus. Leuven, 1517 [i.e. December, 1520?] (p. 716)

Béda, [Noël]. Basel, April 28, 1525 (p. 717)

George, Duke of Saxony. Basel, September 3, 1522 (p. 718)

[Mota, Pedro Ruiz de la], Bishop of Palencia. Basel, April 21, 1522 (p. 720)

Thurzo, Stanislaus, Bishop of Olomouc. Basel, March 21, 1523 [i.e. 1522] (p. 720)

Glapion, Jean. Basel, [April 21], 1522 (p. 721)

Barbier, Pierre. Basel, June 25, 1522 (p. 722)

[Lauwereyns], Joost. Basel, July 14, 1522 (p. 722)

Melanchthon, Philipp. Basel, September 6, 1524 (p. 724)

Coronel, Luis [Núñez]. Basel, April 21, 1522 (p. 727)

Transsylvanus, Maximilianus. Basel, July 2, 1525 (p. 728)

 

(Book XX:)

Alardet, Amblard and Alardet, [Claude]-Louis. Basel, October 18, 1527 (p. 730)

Brie, Germain de. Basel, 1528 [i.e. November 29, 1527] (p. 731)

Pirckheimer, Willibald. Basel, October 19, 1527 (p. 732)

Cop, Guillaume (Kopp, Wilhelm). Basel, August 27, 1526 (p. 733)

Charles V, Emperor. Basel, September 2, 1527 (p. 733)

Gattinara, Mercurino. Basel, April 29, 1527 (p. 734)

Warham, William, Archbishop of Canterbury. Basel, May 29, 1527 (p. 735)

from Budé, Guillaume. Paris, April 22, 1527 (p. 735)

Budé, Guillaume. [Basel], June 22, 1527 (p. 737)

Brie, Germain de. Basel, 1525 [i.e. August 27, 1526] (p. 738)

Marguerite de Navarre. Basel, September 28, 1525 (p. 739)

id. Basel, August 13, 1527 (p. 740)

Rescius, Rutgerus. Basel, October 7, 1527 (p. 740)

Vergara, Juan de. Basel, September 2, 1527 (p. 741)

Vergara, Francisco de. Basel, October 13, 1527 (p. 744)

Savoy, Charles of. Basel, October 14, 1527 (p. 747)

Bogbinder, Hans (Bibliopegus, Johannes). Basel, October 7, 1527 (p. 749)

Monacho cuidam (To a monk). Basel, October 15, 1527 (p. 749)

Manrique [de Lara], Alonso. Basel, October 15, 1527 (p. 750)

Vives, Juan Luis. Basel, October 15, 1527 (p. 751)

Magistratui Argetinensi (To a magistrate of Strasburg). Basel, March 13, 1524 (p. 751)

Senatui Argetinensi (To the parliament of Strasburg). Basel, August 23, 1524 (p. 751)

Ferdinand of Habsburg. Basel, November 20, 1524 (p. 752)

Caesarius, Johannes. Basel, December 16, 1524 (p. 753)

from Sadoleto, Jacopo. Roma, November 6, 1524 (p. 754)

Sadoleto, Jacopo. Basel, February 25, 1525 (p. 754)

George, Duke of Saxony. Basel, March 26, 1525 (p. 755)

Emser, Hieronymus. Basel, [April 9], 1525 (p. 756)

Stromer [von Auerbach], Heinrich. Basel, April 8, 1525 (p. 756)

Hune, Martin. Basel, April 9, 1525 (p. 757)

George, Duke of Saxony. Basel, April 8, 1525 (p. 757)

[Ziegler], Jacob. Basel, December 22, 1522 (p. 758)

Botzheim, Johann von. Basel, December 25, 1522 (p. 758)

Stromer [von Auerbach], Heinrich. Basel, December 5, 1522 (p. 759)

Henry VIII, King of England. Basel, September 4, 1523 (p. 760)

[Cles], Bernardo, Bishop of Trent. Basel, January 16, 1523 [i.e. 1524] (p. 760)

[Trofino], Felice, Bishop of Chieti. Basel, May 13, 1525 (p. 760)

Heresbach, Kornad. Basel, October 18, 1522 (p. 760)

Matthaeo Card. Seduensi [but Campeggi, Lorenzo]. Basel, January 19, 1524 (p. 761)

Barbier, Pierre. [Basel, July 14, 1522] (p. 762)

Du Moulin, François, Bishop of Condom. Basel, September 2, 1524 (p. 763)

Ferdinand of Habsburg. Basel, November 29, 1522 (p. 764)

from Ferdinand of Habsburg. Nürnberg, February 15, 1523 (p. 764)

[Warham], William, Archbishop of Canterbury. Basel, September 4, 1524 (p. 764)

Virgilio, Polidoro. Basel, 1523 [i.e. September 6, 1524] (p. 765)

Barbier, Pierre. Basel, 1525 [i.e. July 26, 1524] (p. 766)

Carondelet, Jean. Basel, April 23, 1522 (p. 767)

Du Moulin, François, Bishop of Condom. Basel, December 12, 1524 (p. 767)

Henry VIII, King of England. Basel, [March?], 1523/[1524] (p. 767)

Senatui Basiliensi (To the town council of Basle). [Basel, November?], 1523 (p. 768)

Transsylvanus, Maximilianus. Basel, February 24, 1525 (p. 768)

Prierias, Silvester (Mazzolini, Silvestro). Basel, [January 19], 1523/[1524] (p. 769)

Calcagnini, Celio. Basel, May 13, 1525 (p. 770)

from Calcagnini, Celio. Ferrara, July 6, 1525 (p. 771)

Nausea, Friedrich. Basel, May 13, 1525 (p. 775)

Antonin, [Jan]. Basel, August 28, 1525 (p. 770, i.e. 776)

Calvo, Francesco [Minuzio]. Basel, August 31, 1525 (p. 770, i.e. 776)

Barbier, Pierre. Basel, August 31, 1525 (p. 770, i.e. 776)

Virgilio, Polidoro. Basel, September 5, 1525 (p. 770, i.e. 776)

Boudet, Michel, Bishop of Langres. Basel, October 2, 1525 (p. 777)

Budé, Guillaume. Basel, October 2, 1525 (p. 777)

Le Clerc, Nicolas. Basel, September 5, 1528 (p. 778)

Gattinara, Mercurino. Basel, July 27, 1528 (p. 778)

Budé, Guillaume. Basel, [September 6], 1528 (p. 779)

Lorraine, Jean de. Basel, July 16, 1528 (p. 779)

Ursinus Velius, Caspar. Basel, July 16, 1528 (p. 780)

[Martens], Joachim. Basel, [September 16], 1528 (p. 780)

Mornieu, Pierre de. Basel, January 10, 1529 (p. 781)

[Cles], Bernardo, Bishop of Trent. Basel, [July 16], 1528 (p. 781)

Faber, Johannes. Basel, July 16, 1528 (p. 782)

[Tomiczki], Piotr, Bishop of Cracow. Basel, August 31, 1528 (p. 782)

Neuenahr (Nova Aquila), Hermann von. Basel, [September 1], 1528 (p. 782)

Henry VIII, King of England. Basel, June 1, 1528 (p. 783)

[Marck, Erard de la], Bishop of Liège. Basel, October 1, 1528 (p. 784)

Carondelet, Jean, Archbishop of Palermo. Basel, October 1, 1528 (p. 785)

Brie, Germain de. Basel, September 21, 1528 (p. 785)

Danès, Pierre. Basel, September 5, 1528 (p. 785)

Janandus, Claudius. Basel, April 1, 1529 (p. 786)

[Bonvalot], François. Basel, April 1, 1529 (p. 786)

from Zwichem, Wigle van (Zuichemus, Viglius). Dôle, February 15, 1529 (p. 786)

Zwichem, Wigle van (Zuichemus, Viglius). Basel, March 1, 1529 (p. 787)

Clement VII. Basel, April 3, 1528 (p. 788)

Egnazio, Giovanni Battista. Basel, February 21, 1529 (p. 788)

Stadion, Christoph von, Bishop of Augsburg. Basel, August 26, 1528 (p. 789)

Krziczki (Cricius or Critius), Andrzej, Bishop of Plock. Basel, August 26, 1528 (p. 790)

[Decius], Justus [Ludovicus or Jodocus]. Basel, August 26, 1528 (p. 791)

Vives, Juan Luis. Basel, September 2, 1528 (p. 712, i.e. 792)

Berquin, Louis de. Basel, [September 6], 1528 (p. 712, i.e. 792)

Decimarius, Petrus. Basel, September 16, 1528 (p. 793)

Aiazza, Girolamo (Agathius, Hieronymus). Basel, September 3, 1528 (p. 793)

Alciati, Andrea. Basel, September 16, 1528 (p. 794)

Vesuvius, Nicolaus. Basel, September 21, 1528 (p. 794)

Toussain, Pierre. Basel, September 3, 1528 (p. 795)

Ammonius, Levinus. Basel, October 2, 1528 (p. 795)

Herman (Phrysius), Haio. Basel, 1529, [i.e. October 1, 1528] (p. 796)

Stadion, Christoph von, Bishop of Augsburg. Basel, October 22, 1528 (p. 796)

Herman (Phrysius), Haio. Basel, February 25, 1529 (p. 796)

Bembo, Pietro. Basel, February 22, 1528/[1529] (p. 797)

Berquin, Louis. Basel, December 23, 1528 (p. 797)

Zebrzydowski, Andrzej. Basel, December 23, 1528 (p. 798)

Stiebar [von Buttenheim], Daniel. Basel, December 23, 1529/[1528] (p. 798)

[Hoyos de] Salamanca, Antonio, Bishop of Gurck. Basel, February 6, 1529 (p. 799)

[Cles], Bernardo, Bishop of Trent. Basel, February 24, 1529 (p. 800)

Henckel, Johann. Basel, February 26, 1529 (p. 800)

Baer, Ludwig. Basel, March 2, 1529 (p. 801)

Grapheus, Cornelius. Basel, March 2, 1529 (p. 801)

Toussain, Jacques. Basel, March 13, 1529 (p. 802)

 

(Book XXI:)

Barbier, Pierre. Basel, April 17, 1523 (p. 802)

Volz, Paul. Basel, December 18, 1524 (p. 803)

Hedio, Caspar. Basel, [June], 1524 (p. 803)

Herman (Phrysius), Haio. Basel, August 31, 1524 (p. 805)

Giberti, Gian Matteo. Basel, September 2, 1524 (p. 808)

Everaerts, Nicolaas. Basel, July 26, 1524 (p. 809)

Georg, Duke of Saxony. Basel, December 12, 1524 (p. 812)

[Utenheim], Christopher [von], Bishop of Basle. Basel, [January], 1523 (p. 815)

Roche, [Gérard] de la. Basel, March 26, 1524 (p. 816)

Felici LL. Doctori. Basel, February 21, 1528 (p. 818)

Bombace (Bombasius), Paolo. Basel, January 19, 1524 (p. 818)

Carondelet, Jean, Archbishop of Palermo. Basel, March 30, 1524 (p. 819)

Schiner, Matthäus. Basel, December 14, 1521 (p. 820)

Alciati, Andrea. Basel, December 14, 1521 (p. 820)

[Utenheim], Christopher [von], Bishop of Basle. Basel, [November], 1523 (p. 820)

Alciati, Andrea. Basel, April 25, 1522 (p. 821)

Wattenwyl, Nikolaus von. Basel, March 7, 1522 (p. 821)

[Filonardi], Ennio, Bishop of Veroli. Basel, May 21, 1522 (p. 822)

[Bibaut], Willem. Basel, April 7, 1526 (p. 822)

Vives, Juan Luis. Leuven, 1519 [i.e. May?, 1520] (p. 824)

Gilles, Peter. Basel, April 21, 1526 (p. 825)

Barland, Adrian. Basel, April 20, 1526 (p. 825)

n.r. [Oem, Jan]. Basel, April 29, 1526 (p. 825)

Nicola, [Felipe]. Basel, April 29, 1526 (p. 826)

Virgilio, Polidoro. Basel, April 30, 1526 (p. 826)

Aldridge, Robert. Basel, December 25, 1525 (p. 827)

Pole, Reginald. Basel, March 8, 1526 (p. 827)

Luther, Martin. Basel, April 11, 1526 (p. 828)

Toussain, Jacques. Basel, May 16, 1526 (p. 828)

Cigalini, Francesco. Basel, March 15, 1526 (p. 829)

Giberti, Gian Matteo, Bishop of Verona. Basel, May 21, 1526 (p. 831)

Chierigatti (Chiericati), Francesco, Bishop of Teramo. Basel, April 1, 1526 (p. 832)

[Wolsey], Thomas. Basel, April 25, 1526 (p. 833)

Mornieu, Pierre de. Basel, January 11, 1527 (p. 835)

Casembroot, Leonard. Basel, May 1, 1526 (p. 835)

Davidts, Maarten. Leuven, 1518 [i.e. Basel, May, 1522?] (p. 835)

Ricius, Hieronymus. Freiburg, April 21, 1529 (p. 835)

Alciati, Andrea. Basel, 1529 [i.e. May 6, 1526] (p. 836)

Egnazio, Giovanni Battista. Basel, May 6, 1526 (p. 836)

Francis I, King of France. Basel, June 16, 1526 (p. 837)

Carondelet, Jean, Archbishop of Palermo. Basel, April 30, 1526 (p. 838)

[Longland], John, Bishop of Lincoln. Basel, April 30, 1526 (p. 839)

[Cles], Bernardo, Bishop of Trent. Basel, April 16, 1526 (p. 840)

Senatui Parisiensi (to the Parliament of Paris). Basel, June 14, 1526 (p. 841)

Fabri, Johannes. Basel, [April 16], 1526 (p. 842)

Du Moulin, François. Basel, [June 6], 1526 (p. 844)

id. Basel, May 16, 1526 (p. 845)

Lotzer, Johann. Basel, March 8, 1529 (p. 845)

Brisgoicus, Johannes. [Freiburg], May 6, 1529 (p. 846)

Budé, Guillaume. Basel, March 23, 1527 (p. 846)

Faber, Jacobus. Basel, March 24, 1527 (p. 847)

Virgilio, Polidoro. Basel, March 24, 1527 (p. 847)

Furster, Valentin. Basel, March 24, 1527 (p. 848)

Sparcheford, Richard. Basel, August 31, 1527 (p. 848)

Aldridge, Robert. Basel, March 24, 1527 (p. 848)

Carondelet, Jean, Archbishop of Palermo. Basel, March 30, 1527 (p. 848)

Gardiner, Stephen. Basel, September 3, 1526 (p. 849)

Valdés, Alfonso de. Basel, March 31, 1527 (p. 849)

Carondelet, Ferry. Basel, September 7, 1526 (p. 849)

Gilles, Peter. Basel, August 29, 1526 (p. 850)

[Torresani], Francesco. Basel, September 3, 1526 (p. 850)

Laski, Hieroslaus. Basel, September 9, 1526 (p. 851)

Schydlowitz, Christoph (Szydlowiecki, Krzysztof). Basel, September 9, 1526 (p. 851)

Krziczki (Cricius or Critius), Andrzej, Bishop of Plock. Basel, September 9, 1526 (p. 851)

Piso, Jacobus. Basel, September 9, 1526 (p. 852)

 

(Book XXII:)

Thüngen, Konrad von, Prince-Bishop of Würzburg. Freiburg, May 16, 1529 (p. 853)

Stiebar [von Buttenheim], Daniel. Freiburg, May 14, 1529 (p. 854)

Mornieu, Pierre de. Freiburg, [May 14], 1529 (p. 854)

Tomiczki, Piotr, Bishop of Cracow. Freiburg, June 8, 1529 (p. 855)

Krziczki (Cricius or Critius), Andrzej, Bishop of Plock. Freiburg, June 8, 1529 (p. 856)

Antonin, Jan. Freiburg, June 9, 1529 (p. 856)

Rebhan, Leonhard (Rephanus, Leonardus). Freiburg, June 6, 1529 (p. 857)

Schydlowitz, Christoph (Szydlowiecki, Krzysztof). Freiburg, June 9, 1529 (p. 857)

Brodarics, Istvàn, Bishop of Szerèm. Freiburg, June 9, 1529 (p. 859)

[Decius], Justus Jodocus [or Ludovicus]. Freiburg, June 8, 1529 (p. 859)

Francis, [John]. [Basel, October 1, 1526] (p. 860)

id. [Basel, December 27, 1524?] (p. 861)

Barlandus, Hubertus. Freiburg, June 8, 1529 (p. 861)

from [Riario], Raffaele. [Roma], July 18, 1515 (p. 869)

Viromandus, Hieronymus. Basel, February 3, 1528 (p. 869)

Valdés, Juan de. Basel, March 1, 1528 (p. 870)

Sigismund I, King of Poland. Basel, May 15, 1527 (p. 870)

from Sigismund I, King of Poland. Piotrkow, February 19, 1528 (p. 873)

Sigismund I, King of Poland. Basel, August 28, 1528 (p. 874)

Collegio Sorbonico (to the Sorbonne). Basel, November 12, 1527 (p. 875)

Ferdinand of Habsburg. Basel, July 15, [1528] (p. 879)

id. Basel, February 27, 1529 (p. 880)

from Tunstall, Cuthbert, Bishop of London. London, June 5, 1523 (p. 881)

Tunstall, Cuthbert. Basel, 1525 [i.e. June, 1523] (p. 883)

Talesius, Quirinus. Basel, March 12, 1528 (p. 884)

Sadoleto, Jacopo, Bishop of Carpentras. Basel, [October 1], 1528 (p. 885)

from Sadoleto, Jacopo. Carpentras, November 20, 1528 (p. 886)

Omnibus veritatem amantibus (to truth's lovers). Basel, June, 1526 (p. 887)

from Brie, Germain de. Gentilly, August 12, 1528 (p. 899)

Brie, Germain de. Basel, September 6, 1528 (p. 901)

Gachi (Gacy), Jean. [Basel, October 17, 1527] (p. 907)

[Longland], John, Bishop of Lincoln. Basel, September 1, 1528 (p. 913)

Lips, Maarten (Lypsius, Martinus). Basel, September 5, 1528 (p. 918)

 

(Book XXIII:)

Adrian VI. Basel, [September], 1522 (p. 923)

id. Basel, December 22, 1522 (p. 923)

from Adrian VI. Roma, December 1, 1522 (p. 924)

from eid. Roma, January 23, 1523 (p. 926)

Vroye, Joost (Gaverius, Jodocus). Basel, March 1, 1524 [i.e. 1523] (p. 927)

Laurinus, Marcus. Basel, February 1, 1523 (p. 932)

Volz, Paul. Basel, August 14, 1518 (p. 946)

Aldridge, Robert. Basel, August 23, 1527 (p. 955)

Heemstede, Jan. [Basel, November?, 1527] (p. 963)

Vlatten, Johann von. Basel, January 24, 1529 (p. 965)

Sucket, Jan. [Basel], [February?], 1525 (p. 967)

Sucket, Karel. Freiburg, July 2, 1529 (p. 967)

Baer, Ludwig. Basel, April 13, 1529 (p. 969)

Fugger, Anton. Freiburg, July 7, 1529 (p. 970)

Cochlaeus, Johannes. Basel, April 1, 1529 (p. 972)

from Henry VIII, then Prince Henry. Richmond, January 17, [1507] (p. 973)

Migli, Emilio de' (Aemiliis, Aemilius de). Freiburg, May 17, 1529 (p. 973)

 

(Book XXIV:)

Wied, Hermann von, Bishop of Cologne. Basel, March 19, 1528 (p. 974)

from Wied, Hermann von. Brühl, May 25, 1528 (p. 976)

Wary, Nicolas (Varius, Nicolaus). Basel, September 26, 1526 (p. 976)

Uutenhove, Karel. Freiburg, July 1, 1529 (p. 978)

Grunnius, Lambertus. [London, August, 1516] (p. 982, followed by a letter from Rome by Grunnius, Lambertus at p. 992)

Kan, Nicolaas (Cannius, Nicolaus). Basel, May 29, 1527 (p. 993)

William, Duke of Cleves (Wilhelm V, Herzog von Jülich-Kleve-Berg). Freiburg, July 1, 1529 (p. 994)

Cornarius, Janus. Freiburg, August 9, 1529 (p. 995)

Pirckheimer, Willibald. Freiburg, July 15, 1529 (p. 995)

Koler (Cholerus), Johann. Freiburg, July 14, 1529 (p. 998)

Maximilian of Burgundy. Freiburg, July 23, 1529 (p. 999)

Krziczki (Cricius or Critius), Andrzej, Bishop of Plock. Freiburg, July 23, 1529 (p. 1000)

Episcopius, Nicolaus. Freiburg, August 7, 1529 (p. 1001)

Botzheim, Johann von. Freiburg, August 13, 1529 (p. 1002)

id. Freiburg, August 19, 1529 (p. 1005)

 

Gerrit Gerritszoon (better known as Desiderius Erasmus) was born at Rotterdam, apparently on October 28, 1466, the illegitimate son of a physician's daughter and a future monk. At Deventer he attended the local school run by the German humanist Alexander Hegius, learning Latin and Greek. On his parents' death he entered the Augustinian College of Stein near Gouda, where he spent six years. At length the Bishop of Cambrai, Henry of Bergen, made him his private secretary. In order to allow him to accept that post, he was given a temporary dispensation from his monastic vows, dispensation that later was made permanent by Pope Leo X.

After taking priest's orders Erasmus went to Paris, where he studied at the Collège Montaigu. He resided there until 1498, gaining a livelihood by teaching. Among his pupils was Lord Mountjoy, on whose invitation probably Erasmus made his first visit to England in 1498. He lived chiefly at Oxford, making the acquaintance of John Colet and Thomas More.

In 1500 he was again in France, living for the next six years mainly at Paris. During this period he wrote the Adagia (Paris, 1500) and the Enchiridion Militis Christiani (Antwerp, 1503). After a short visit to England, in 1506 Erasmus carried out a long-desired journey to Italy, staying chiefly at Padua as tutor to Alexander Stewart, Archbishop of St. Andrews, and Venice, collaborating to the publishing house of Aldo Manuzio. His visit closed with a short stay in Rome.

In 1509 the accession of Henry VIII and the invitation of Lord Mountjoy induced Erasmus once more to settle in England. In this period he wrote the famous Encomium Moriae (first published at Strasbourg or Paris in 1511) and resided mainly at Cambridge, where he was appointed Margaret professor of Divinity and professor of Greek.

After 1514 he lived alternatively in Basel and England, and from 1517 to 1521 at Louvain. In 1516 at Basel appeared the first edition of the Colloquia, usually regarded as his masterpiece, and the first edition of his annotated New Testament. After the explosion of Lutheran revolution, he found himself in the most embarrassing position, assailed on the one side by the Catholic who considered him as the cause of all the new troubles, and criticized on the other side by the Lutherans who accused him for his cowardice and inconsistency in refusing to follow up his opinions to their legitimate conclusions.

In 1521 he left Louvain, where the champions of the old faith had made his stay unendurable and, with the exception of six years in Freiburg, he spent the rest of his life at Basel. In those years he continued publishing a long succession of classical and patristic writers, as well as new augmented and corrected editions of his main works, especially the Adagia, the Colloquia and his epistolary. At the same time he was engaged in continual controversies, on the one side with Protestants thinkers like Ulrich von Hutten and Martin Luther, with whom he exchanged a series of pamphlets about the free will (starting with Erasmus' De Libero Arbitrio, Antwerp, 1524), on the other side with the Catholic theologians of the Sorbonne.

With the publication of the dialogue Ciceronianus (Basel, 1528), he then ruined some old friendships, like that with Guillaume Budé, and raised against himself new adversaries, those humanists, namely, who he accused to set style above matter. Nevertheless during his last years Erasmus enjoyed great fame and consideration all over Europe. He died at Basel on July 12, 1536 and was buried there in the cathedral (cf. C. Augustijn, Erasmus: His Life, Works, and Influence, Toronto, 1991; J. McConica, Erasmus, Oxford, 1991; and L.-E. Halkin, Erasmus: A Critical Biography, Oxford, 1993).


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