Academiae oxoniensis notitia.
Oxoniae: typis W. H. impensis R. Davis, 1665. First edition, small 4to, pp. , 56; preserving the preliminary blank leaf, collating [A1]-H4; Madan 2689; Wing F-2523; bound with: [Langbaine, Gerard, the Elder], The foundation of the universitie of Oxford, with a catalogue of the principall founders and speciall benefactors of all the colledges... London: pr. by M. S. for Thomas Jenner, 1651, first edition, pp. , 17; collating [A]-[B4], C2; Wing L-370. Together in recent brown calf-backed marbled boards, red morocco label on gilt-decorated spine; both trimmed close at top with the occasional partial loss of a letter or two, first title page with old blindstamp in the margin, title to the second rather browned; both works with light foxing and staining. Fulman presents texts of documents granting academic privileges and dignities, establishing the school, outlining the administration of it, and creating the curriculum. He also details the school's statutes and documents which relate to the library, the various colleges, and the lecture halls. The book was published again in 1675 under the title Notitia Oxoniensis Academias. Langbaine for his part gives a history of Oxford, emphasizing the creation of its colleges. Item #26616