Ex Tibullo et Propertio elegiæ

TitleEx Tibullo et Propertio elegiæ
Publication TypeBook
Year of Publication1615
LibraryTrinity College Cambridge
BindingBound in calf with the stamp in blind on both covers; “SIMON HVMPHREY” stamped in blind at the head of the lower cover
BookplatePrinted dontation plate: “Trin. Colol. Cant. Joannes Laughton, A.M. hujus collegii primum bibliothecarius, deinde sacellarius, Bibliothecæ Publicæ Cantabr. Præfectus, et Vigorniensis ecclesiæ atque Lichfieldiensis canonicus dono dedit”
Call NumberZ.7.116
Unidentified Stamp
Intitials I D Crest A lion rampant
Possibilities for Identification: 
Davenport identifies these stamps as those of Marcus Trevor 1st Viscount Dungannon. Both arms and crest belonged to the Welsh hero Tudor Trevor, and are used by his descendants. Because surnames are a recent introduction in Wales, various branches of the family have different surnames. Papworth's Ordinary lists a good number, among them Davies of London and Shropshire, Davis of Denbighshire and Dymock of Warwickshire, granted in 1581 and Dymock of Penley Hall in Flintshire. The initials I D would fit any of these families. That of the Viscounts Dungannon do not offer anyone whose name began with I or J.
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