|Title:||A catalogue of all the cheifest [sic] rarities in the publick theater and anatomie-hall of the University of Leyden, by Gerrard Blancken, which are so set in order that all may easily bee found in their places.|
|Publication info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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A catalogue of all the cheifest [sic] rarities in the publick theater and anatomie-hall of the University of Leyden, by Gerrard Blancken, which are so set in order that all may easily bee found in their places.
Schuyl, Frans., Blancken, Gerard, ed. , Maersche, Corn. à.
Printed in Leyden: by Hubert vander Boxe, 1695.
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IN ANATOMICUM THEATRUM LUGD. BATAV.
THESE MAY BE SEEN IN THE ENTRANCE.
Aboue in The Anatomie Chamber.
About The Circle of The Theatre are placed These, Following Rarities.
These following Rarities are about the beames, & Wal of the Theater.
In the Presse. A. on the North-side are these Following rarities.
In the Presse B.
In the Presse are as followeth. C.
In the Case D.
In the Cupboard E.
In the Case F.
In the Phresse G.
In the Case H.
In the Case I.
In the Case K.
In the great Cupboard. L. on the North side of the Anatomie.
In the Cupoad M.
Underneath in the Circuit may be seen in the great Case all sorts of beasts, as Cats, Doggs, Rats, Moles, Squirrels &c.