The Library of St. Victor

Part of a note to Musæum Clausum

From Rabelais's Gargantua and Pantagruel , Chapter II.VII (in the translation of Urquhart and Motteux, via Project Gutenberg):

In his abode there he found the library of St. Victor a very stately and magnific one, especially in some books which were there, of which followeth the Repertory and Catalogue, Et primo,

Of which library some books are already printed, and the rest are now at the press in this noble city of Tubingen.

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