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In recent years there's been a growing trend for universities and public libraries to put scans of their archives online. This is very good news, because it means the public can see (for example) Erasmus' original works without a.) Security putting them through the third degree or b.) getting their sweaty grubby hands all over the ancient text.
This search engine brings together some of the largest, including sites in Britain, France, Spain, Germany, Italy, Sweden and Estonia. Be aware that most of these texts will come either as .pdfs or image files, and as such can be rather large!
William Rawley's miscellany: "A collection of more than 900 anecdotes, apophthegms, memoranda, proverbs, and recipes", dating from the early seventeenth century.
See it here.