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100 1  Passe, Crispijn van de,|dd. 1670 
240 10 Hortus floridus.|lEnglish 
245 12 A garden of flovvers|h[electronic resource] :|bvvherein 
       very liuely is contained a true and perfect discription of
       al the flovvers contained in these foure followinge 
       bookes. As also the perfect true manner of colouringe the 
       same vvith theire naturall coloures ... All vvhich to the 
       great charges, and almost incredible laboure and paine, 
       the diligent authore by foure yeares experience, hath very
       laboriously compiled, and most excellently performed, both
       in theire perfect lineaments in representing them in 
       theire coper plates: as also after a most exquisite manner
       and methode in teachinge the practisioner te [sic] painte 
       them even to the liffe. Faithfully and truely translated 
       out of the Netherlandish originall into English for the 
       comon benifite of those that vnderstand no other languages,
       and also for the benifite of others nevvly printed both in
       the Latine and French tongues all at the charges of the 
246 2  Hortus floridus 
246 2  Altera pars horti floridi 
246 2  Garden of flowers 
260    Printed at Vtrecht :|bBy Salomon de Roy, for Crispian de 
300    [28; 4] p., plates 
500    Dedication signed: Crispian de passe Iunior 
500    A translation by Thomas Wood or E.W. of: Hortus floridus 
500    "The booke to his readers" is signed by Thomas Wood; the 
       translator's dedication to book four is signed: E.W 
500    In two parts, the first containing four books according to
       the seasons. Part 2, "Altera pars horti floridi" has 
       divisional title and an engraved Biblical text ([2] 
       leaves) followed by 62 leaves of plates with letterpress 
       Latin descriptions on facing pages 
500    Several plates in part 1, books 1 and 2 are signed by 
       Simon van de Pass and Willem van de Passe 
500    First part letterpress signatures: A-G² , all in English. 
       These leaves were evidently intended to be dispersed 
       through part 1, quires A-C having the general 
       preliminaries and the text for book 1 (spring), quire D 
       having the text for book 2 (summer), E1-F1 for book 3 
       (autumn), and F2-G2 for book 4 (winter). Some copies may 
       have additional letterpress leaves with text in other 
500    Copies vary in the number of plates in part 1, and plates 
       may have letterpress Latin text on versos. For book 1 
       originally 41 flower plates (some unnumbered) and one 
       "garden" plate were engraved (the latter with legend 
       "Meridies" at top but other directions not labeled); later
       12 plates numbered 43-54 were added. Book 2 originally had
       19 plates; later a plate 20 was added, and another copy of
       the "garden" plate may be present. Book 3 has 26 numbered 
       plates (two numbered 25) plus a "garden" plate with 
       "Meridies" at top and the other three directions also 
       labeled; book 4 has 12 numbered plates and possibly a 
       duplicate of the second "garden" plate 
500    For more details on states see "The Library", ser. 4, vol.
       4 (1924), p. 181-206 
500    Reproduction of the original in the Henry E. Huntington 
       Library and Art Gallery 
510 4  STC (2nd ed.)|c19459 
533    Electronic reproduction.|bAnn Arbor, Mich. :|cUMI,|d1999-
       |f(Early English books online)|nDigital version of: (Early
       English books, 1475-1640 ; 1637:10)|7s1999    miun s 
590    EBBO 
650  0 Botany|xPre-Linnean works 
650  0 Flowers|vPictorial works|vEarly works to 1800 
700 1  Wood, Thomas,|dfl. 1615-1624 
700 1  Pass, Simon van de,|d1595?-1647,|eengraver 
700 1  Passe, Willem van de,|d1598-ca. 1637,|eengraver 
700 0  E. W.,|dfl. 1615 
830  0 Early English books online 
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