Departmental Bulletin Paper 旧松山藩士雨森家所蔵書について
About collection held by the Amenomori family of the former Matsuyama Domain

田中, 鞠衣  ,  綿抜, 豊昭

15 ( 2 )  , pp.41 - 46 , 2018-03-31 , Editional Board of "Library, Information and Media Studies" , 「図書館情報メディア研究」編集委員会
ISSN:1348-7884
NCID:AA11876855
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前田和子氏より、伝来の御所蔵書60点の寄贈を受けた。筑波大学附属図書館に受け入れられる予定である。本稿は、今回の寄贈書がどのようなものか明らかにしたものである。寄贈書は近代の刊本3点を含むが、おおかたは江戸時代に成るもので、写本49点〈断簡を含む〉、刊本11点である。寄贈書は、内容からみると、前田氏の御先祖にあたる備中松山藩雨森家旧蔵の礼法関係書37点、武術伝授巻子本5点、その他18点と、大まかに三つに分類できる。注目されるのは雨森家旧蔵の礼法書である。この礼法書に名前の見られる雨森茂手木(?~1895年8月17日没)は、禄高80石の松山藩士で、小笠原流躾方師範でもあった。嘉永2、3年(1849、50)頃から安政初年(1854)頃には、松山城下の石火矢丁(岡山県)に住居があった。この地で小笠原流礼法を指南したと考えられる。この寄贈書によって、江戸時代末に松山藩内で伝えられた小笠原流礼法書が明らかになった。寄贈書は、従来、具体的な内容が明らかでなかった松山藩の礼法教育の資料として、貴重なものと評価できる。
The books ancestral collection of sixty volumes was donated by Ms. Kazuko Maeda. These books will be received by University of Tsukuba Library. This research made it clear what kind of these books is. Although the donated books include three printed books published in modern times, most of these had been published in the Edo period. And these books consist of forty-nine manuscripts including fragmentary leaves (dankan), and eleven printed books. Judging from its contents, the donated books can be roughly classified into three groups, such as thirty-seven books of manners, five volumes of scroll (kansubon) on martial arts and eighteen other books, held by the Amenomori family of the Bicchu-matsuyama Domain which is the ancestor of Maeda clan. Among these books, notable materials are books of manners. Motegi Amenomori (?-August 17, 1895) appeared in these materials was not only a feudal retainer of Matsuyama Domain with a stipend of eighty koku, but also a master of "Ogasawara-School of Etiquette". From around the second or third year of Kaei (1849 or 1850) to around the first year of Ansei (1854), he had lived in Ishibiyacho (Okayama Prefecture) of the castle town of the Matsuyama clan. It is considered that he instructed "Ogasawara-School of Etiquette" in there. The donated materials has clarified the books of "Ogasawara-School of Etiquette" had been handed down in the Matsuyama clan at the end of the Edo period. The donated books can be recognized as valuable materials of manners education in the Matsuyama clan, which hadn't been clarified specific contents until now.
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