Hakluit, Preacher, and sometime Student of Christ Church in
Oxford. Imprinted at London by George Bishop, Ralph Newberie,
and Robert Barker. Anno 1599.
This contains a Latin text of Odoric (p. 39), printed as I ap-
prehend from No. 1 Latin MS. mentioned above, and also at p. 53
a quaint English translation from the same copy, but omitting
the martyrdom of the Friars at Tana.
" Panegyris de B. Odorico de Portu Naonis Ord. Min. Convent. S. Francisci, Auct. Jo. Bapt. Gabello, cum esset in ecclesia, S. Udalrici de Villa Nova in diœcesi Concorcliensi Servus. Utini apud Lorium 1627." . 4to. (From Bibliografia del Friuli, da Giuseppe Valentinelli, (the learned Librarian of St. Mark's) Venezia, 1861, p. 384).
I know not if the last mentioned work be a previous edition
of one published at Udine in 1635, which contains a Hymn to the
Beato by the same Gabelli, and also a copy of the old Anthem
and collect used on the 14th January, which used to hang in the
Convent Church at Udine, over against the sarcophagus of
Odoric (Acta Sanctoru7n and Liruti in work noted below). I
have seen a MS copy of these at San Daniele. The hymn is in
Iambic dimeter, a dismal flat of forty stanzas.
" Vita del Beato, etc., dell' Ordine de' Minori di San Francesco, con li sacri miracoli, descritta dal M. R. B. F. Marco da Lisbona, nella seconda parte delle Chroniche—il cui corpo si conserva nella Chiesa de' RR. PP. Minori Convent. di S. Francesco dentro della cittet di Udine. In Udine 1639, appresso Nicolo Schiratti, con licenza de' Superiori." I saw this at San Daniele. It is a small pamphlet of 24 pp. 12mo, by a native of Pordenone, and has a very rude cut of Odoric preaching.
Valentinelli has a work, apparently the same, under date 1634 (See the work cited above).
Giambattista Gabello, Vita del B. Odorico Matthiuzzi.