blank, a later hand on f. 17v has transcribed the opening of the treatise appearing on f. 18r. ff. 18r-53r John Lelamour Herbal/Treatise of Macer (IPMEP 459 ) 'Here followeth the konnyng and sage clerk marcer'. 'Ingworte or moderworte is
kyngys of coleyne primo die Januare anno domini millesimo ccccxlij'. English prose abridgement of the Historia SS. Trium Regum of John of Hildesheim, c. 1400. The text is collated and described in Horstmann 1886. ff. 216ra-255ra Titus and Vespasian (IMEV
ed, 1980. The Travels of Sir John Mandeville: Facsimile of Pynson s Edition of 1496 , Exeter Medieval English Texts and Studies, Exeter: University of Exeter. Seymour, M. C. 1994. Sir John Mandeville , in Seymour, M.
harlowe Anno domini 1576'. Back flyleaf ii, in sixteenth-century hands: ' Alexander Gatton Genttellman dede borro this bok of Mr. John Cellsonne alldermane of the Sette of Rochester 1573'. Bookplate of the Earls of Essex dated 1701 no longer extant.
horder emebat...'. This inscription is in same hand as that of the scribe. Folio 1r - contemporary ownership inscription of John Horder: 'Hunc librum & librum vocatum gracia dei qui est in custodia willielmi carenti habeant abbatissa & conventus shaftoniensis
; f. 68v (eighteenth century) - Nicholas Berbour ; f. 111v (nineteenth century) - Edward Burbecke , Jane Lawson , John Empson ; ff. 108r-109r - recipes in the hand of Nicholas Watson , surgeon to Sir William Hylton ,
other documents Textual For related manuscripts see Lewis and McIntosh (1982, pp. 63-64). Scribal This scribe also worked on Manchester, John Rylands University Library, English 50 (Benskin and McIntosh 1986, p. 239). A Catalogue of the Harleian Manuscripts in the
in the generous margins. Good Unknown F. 7r - scribbles in a fifteenth/sixteenth-century hand with the name ?'Iohannes han de', John Hand . Catalogued and encoded: Rebecca Farnham, University of Birmingham, March 2004. Eljenholm-Nichols, A., Orr, M. T., Scott, K.
182. He also added other Latin titles to books and some comments in the margins. F. 57v top margin - 'John (d?)ampaed/ oth this booke' and top left 'the man is blest that has not g__ '. F. 58r carrie
later/near contemporary hand. 'Marke this well & take' written on p. 16 in a fifteenth/sixteenth century hand. Good Unknown ' John heghse_d I let the _ now þ at last hoste I ponde a now' written in a sixteenth-century? hand
Graunge'. F. 118v - 'T plegges ffor stemulus conciencie In latyn a sequenciarie a lytyl book of a treteys of John of Burdews and a Rolle of al þe cete of Rome et aliis'. A Johannes Graunge also owned Cambridge,
holes which the scribe has avoided. No owner known before John Batteley , archdeacon of Canterbury (d. 1708). The manuscript passed on to his nephew, John Batteley . Acquired from John Batteley for the Harleian Library in 1723. Catalogued and
isacar was bi olte dawe'. 'to deþe come'. English Horstmann 1875, p. 65. f. 30r-v Story of the birth of John the Baptist ( IMEV 574 ) 'Bi eroudes dai þe king a prest was of god lif'. 'Telle we
Choosing of Matthias (IMEV 409 ) Part of the Southern Passion . f. 34r South English Legendary: Concerning Peter and John (IMEV 3767 ) Part of the Southern Passion . f.34v South English Legendary: Ascension (IMEV 126 ) Part of
pyne of helle þat we ne spille. Amen'. G0rlach 1974, no. 85. pp. 29-40 South English Legendary: Life of St. John the Evangelist (IMEV 2932 ) 'Seint ion þe ewangelist þat apostel also is'. 'Bidde ffor vs þat we mote
sixteenth-century court hand is: ' Richard Baylies / Esq. Governour of Graston / when I writt / this Booke. / John Maundevile K. of Lyes.' Other such scribbles are on ff. 117 and 118, 'Richardus' in another hand on f.
luctus'. Hilka 1926, pp. 123-54. ff. 89ra-90rb Fall of Troy 'Excidium troie'. 'Vlcio pugnatur fit machina troia crematur'. ff. 90rb-94va John of Bridlington 'Prophecia cuiusdam de domino edwardo rege anglie tercio post conquestum'. 'Hinc terrena spuens sanctus super ethera scandit'.
Good but initial page and border faded. Unknown Unknown Acquired by Trinity between 1688 and 1741/2. Rebound at Trinity by John Exshaw in 1741/2 (Brooks 1951). Catalogued and encoded: Rebecca Farnham, University of Birmingham, May 2004. Abbott, T. K. 1900.
hand wrote the title of art. 3 and a few other notes. Mynors and Thomson note that this is probably John Foxholes OFM, who was at the Lichfield convent in 1436-41, and then at Oxford c. 1451, and archbishop of
with extended red penwork into left margin e.g. ff. 6v (stained), 14v. Not medieval. Date: early nineteenth century. Rebound by John Jones of Liverpool (worked for Holkham 1816-1823), brown gilt calf. Spine: STIMULUS/CONSCIENTIAE/MS./ANGL./SAEC.XIV./668. Coke family ostrich cre st in gilt