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Latin inscriptions written into Edward Benlowes’s copy of Thomas Lupton’s A thousand Notable things, of sundry sortes (London, 1586), STC 16956.3. Benlowes included this book in his 1631 donation to St John’s College Library.
Latin inscriptions written by Benlowes on a blank page of a book, reading, “non est mortale quod opto / Omnia probato / Quod bonu[m] est teneto / sic nullu[m] vobis temp[us] abibit iners”.