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ID no. of Person BETA bioid 6284
Name William Brownsword Chorley, bibliófilo (1804 - 1879)
Sex hombre
Milestones nac. 1804 (Morgan Cat.)
muerte 1879 (Morgan Cat.)
Affiliation bibliófilo 1804 - 1879 (Morgan Cat.)
Owner of copid 1360 Ed.: London: British Library (BL), IB.52374 (1494-10-20). Aegidius Romanus, arzobispo de Bourges, Regimiento de príncipes (tr. Juan García de Castrojeriz), traducido 1345 ca.
copid 2557 Ed.: Madrid: Nacional (BNE), R/539 (1509-01-08). Pius II, papa, Historia de Bohemia (tr. Hernán Núñez de Guzmán), traducido 1500 ca. ad quem .
copid 3061 Ed.: Barcelona: Catalunya (Bonsoms-Chacón), 9-II-15 (1575). Juan Manuel, señor de Peñafiel, Conde Lucanor, escrito 1331 - 1335 ca.
copid 8410 Ed.: London: British Library (BL), C.62.b.28 (1513-07-27). Desconocido, La crónica de los nobles caballeros Tablante de Ricamonte y de Jofre, hijo del conde Donasón, escrito 1513 ad quem .
copid 9077 Ed.: Madrid: Academia de Ciencias Morales y Políticas, 17886 (1552-08-08). Giovanni Boccaccio, Caída de príncipes (tr. Pedro López de Ayala, canciller mayor de Castilla y León…), traducido 1402 .
manid 1510 Ed.: New York: Pierpont Morgan, PML 667. Salamanca: Juan de Porras?, 1497-01. Giovanni Boccaccio, La Fiameta (tr. Desconocido), traducido 1497-01 ad quem.
References (most recent first) Biblioteca Nacional de España (2000-), Catálogo Bibliográfico BNE [OPAC] , n. INC/539
S. Leigh Sotheby & Co. ([1846]), Catalogue of an Extensive and Valuable Collection of Spanish Books, the property of W.B. Chorley, esq.
New York. Pierpont Morgan Library (2011-10-11 ad quem), CORSAIR [OPAC] , n. s.v.
Note Parece que la mayor parte de los libros de Chorley, como los de su hermano, pasaron en donativo a la London Library Company:

“The London Library houses one of the largest collections of Spanish plays outside of Spain. There are over 1,400 plays in partes, desglosadas and sueltas as well as sainetes (one-act comic plays) bound together in factitious volumes. Most of them were presented to the Library by John Rutter Chorley (1806-1867), scholar of Spanish literature and poet, and a close friend of Thomas Carlyle, the Library’s founder. The collection was later enlarged by a gift from Mrs. G.H. Dawkins of plays previously owned by W.B. Chorley, brother of J.R. Chorley.”
Internet http://www.londonlibrary.co.uk/guides/guide-Spanish+Plays-colls.pdf London Library Company visto 2011-08-23
http://corsair.themorgan.org/vwebv/search?searchArg=Chorley%2C%20William%20Brownsword%2C%201804-1879%2C&searchCode=NAMĘ2B&searchType=4 Morgan Cat. visto 2023-04-30
Record Status Created 2011-08-23
Updated 2023-04-30