The article describes copies of three early-printed books at the Manchester
Grammar School, which have not previously been noted in the bibliographies.
These are the Missale Romanum (Venice, 1494), De Re
Militari (Rome, 1494), and Aquinas, Summa contra
Gentiles (Cologne, 1501). Two of the books have Hungarian
connections, as is shown by inscriptions in them. They appear to have been at
the grammar school since the late nineteenth or early twentieth century, but
their detailed provenance remains obscure.