[Cornelius Brauwer en Hubert Goltzius?] - Historie van Broer Cornelis Adriaensen van Dordrecht, minrebroeder binnen de stadt van Brugge - 1698
History of brother Cornelis Adriaensen of Dordrecht, minrebroeder within the stadt of Bruges; I. Waer in verhaelt word, the Discipline and secrete penance, of women by gebruyckelijck him. Na grouwelijcke vuyle, bloodthirsty and wondrous, Saeed lasterlijcke Sermoonen gepredickt against the Magistraet aldaer to Bruges by him, against the four members of Flanders ... against the Calvinists, Lutherianen, and Erasmianen Doopers etc.. Waer between the letters of Stephanus Lindius zyn begreepen; two verscheyden Pasquillen Disputatien, and gemaeckt on him.
II. In the waerachtelyk verhaelt wonderlyke sermoonen, which were very much that hy in Bruges has preached against the aldaer, Magistraet ende ... full grouwelyke one blasphemien against God ende, ende leugenen ende leeelyke full the natuere abominable words. Also two Disputatien between him and holding two Doopers; With still some Refereynen Devotarigen sijn Pasquillen ende, ende on him on poem, between the Sermonen understood
Adriaensen, Cornelis/After the copy of Bruges/by Abraham Baker # at the fair-Saha, 1698
Author: Cornelius Daisy (-1581)
Employee: Stephanus Lindius pseud. by Jean Vally; Hubert Goltzius (1525-1583)
Edition: After the copy of Bruges
Publisher: t'Amsterdam: by Abraham Baker # at the fair-Saha
Printer: Baker, Abraham Amsterdam, 1684-1701
Annotation: Hubert Goltzius is perhaps the opschrijver and perhaps even the author and publisher of the sermons
The gegrav. titelpl. with the title: ' first ' and ' second part of history and marvelous sermone ... by brother Cornelis Adriaense... '
Stephanus Lindius is the pseudonym of Jan Vally
Bibliographic reference: Dronckers/723/David Waller (Pop. prose) 419/STCA 1698-1/speed up 118 75/Narrative prose
Size: 2 dl
Size: 17 cm.
*) tied in two bands, full vellum.
I-Untitled engraving, 384 p.
II-Title engraving, 494 p.
very nice copies
In all editions can be found at the beginning of part I a preface by christianus Neuter-a pseudonym-in which this with lots of godliness, he explains the present, that in the sermonen, only with ' a great beschaemte or root aensicht ' literally. Then follows a detailed realistic description of the ' penitencie, ' which secrete Br. c. applied on ontkleede women and girls, and between the rhymes are all kinds of onkiesche sermonen of ' Pasquillus '. Part II is furnished in the same way, and still has a letter from Justus of Vredendael-also a pseudonym-to Chr. Neuter, it is encouraged to continue the Edition to Foundation of God-vreesende ' many people '
These preeken are indeed full of viezigheden and all kinds of street language; different parts are on top and pornography. Expressive for 17th-18th-eeuwsche Holland is, that those preeken according to verkeerende, be in all men ' Boxhorn hands gelesen sajadi seer overvloedich ghemeynelijck not laugh '