Two years ago I wrote about a prayerbook that had belonged to Henry Yates Thompson. I mentioned that it had an inscription apparently in Portuguese, but I did not reproduce it, except as transcribed by M.R. James:
I also did not mention, because I was unable to read it, that the inscription is adjacent to a thoroughly-effaced ink-stamp. But with some more time and effort I think I have been able to read both, and thus see how they relate to one another.
The inscription is between the end of the Gospel extract of John and the effaced ink-stamp, on the recto of the miniature of St Luke, shown at the top of this post (which is itself on a verso):
"Da Livraria do M[ol]to R[everen]do PadreThis is not quite the same as in M.R. James's catalogue, nor de Ricci's Census, which gives the name as “Paolo Agostinho Biaz Per(eir)a Colmieiro”.
Agostinho Dias Pera Colmieiro"
The ink-stamp is more difficult:
i.e. "Da livrar[ia] dos Agost[inhos] descalç[os] de Coimb[ra]": from the library of the Discalced Augustinians of Coimbra.
This tentative reading can be confirmed by finding other very similar stamps online, such as these: