Queen Anna's new world of words, or, Dictionarie of the Italian and English tongues collected, and newly much augmented by Iohn Florio ... ; whereunto are added certaine necessarie rules and short obseruations for the Italian tongue.

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Author

John Florio

Title

Queen Anna's new world of words, or, Dictionarie of the Italian and English tongues collected, and newly much augmented by Iohn Florio ... ; whereunto are added certaine necessarie rules and short obseruations for the Italian tongue.

Date

1611

Place

London

Publisher

Printed by Melch. Bradwood for Edw. Blount and William Barret

Language

Italian
English

Note

IMPRINT:
London : Printed by Melch. Bradwood for Edw. Blount and William Barret, anno 1611.

CONTENT:
"Necessary rules and short obseruations for the true pronouncing and speedie learning of the Italian tongue" has special t.p.

CITATION/REFERENCE:
STC (2nd ed.) 11099

COLLATION:
Folio: ¶8 (2 and 3 signed), A-3E6 ($3), 3F-3Q4 ($2, -3G1) 3Q4 wanting. Signature 3Q has been sewn to final flyleaf.

Page numbers begin on A1r.

Misnumbered pages: 95 (F3r) as “65,” 163 (I4r) as “153,” 181 (Q1r) as “184,” 220 (T2v) as “221,” 221 (T3r) as “222” numbers continue sequentially until T5v and T6r are both labelled “227.” Both 2A2v and 2A3r are numbered “280” and the numbering continues until 283 (2A4v) then skips 284, and 2A5r is “285.” 587 (3C6r) labelled “575.” 3H1r labelled “629” follows 622, followed by 3H1v as “622”, 3H2r is “625” and this continues to 3H4v. 3H4v would be 630, but labelled “636.” 3O2r is 673, then 3O2v is labelled “666,” 3O3r “667” and 3O3v returns to “676.”

FORMAT:
[12], 690 [i.e. 698] p., [1] leaf of plates : port. ; 28 cm. (fol.)

PROVENANCE:
Gift to Victoria University Library. Pfaff, Larry. 2008/01/31.

CONDITION:
Leather binding. Flower hand-drawn on flyleaf. Engraved title page. Portrait ¶8v.

CONTENTS:
¶1r – Title page
¶2r – Dedication to Queen Anna (Italian)
¶2v – Dedication to Queen Anna (English)
¶3r – To all readers, by John Florio (English); Poem for Queen Anna by Alberico Gentili (Italian)
¶3v – Poems To Florio and “our sacred Mistris” (Queen Anna), by Il Cándido (English and Italian)
¶4r - Poems to Florio, by Samuel Daniel (English), Anonymous, I. Thorys (English and Italian)
¶5v – The names of the Authors and Books that have been read of purpose for the collecting of this Dictionarie
A1r-3G1v – Dictionary
3G2r-3Q3 – Grammar

Library Catalog

https://crrs.ca/rare_books/crrs-rare-book-retrieval-requests/

Num Pages

712

Call Number

PC1640 .F58 1611

Item Type

Book

Collection

Citation

John Florio, “Queen Anna's new world of words, or, Dictionarie of the Italian and English tongues collected, and newly much augmented by Iohn Florio ... ; whereunto are added certaine necessarie rules and short obseruations for the Italian tongue.,” Centre for Renaissance and Reformation Studies (CRRS) Rare Book Collection, accessed November 29, 2022, https://crrs.library.utoronto.ca/items/show/8555.

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