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acceptable to His Majeste. (1473) RParl. 6.74b Any Parsone, Prest or Clerk havyng any Benefice..by wey of presentation, donation, concession, collation or institution. (a1450) Code Laws in Willmore Hist.Walsall 168 The Masters of Saynt John's Gild..shall not make gift or

oure Lady of Eton..in or of any maner Lordshippes, Maners, Landes..Portions yeerly, Portes, Annuitees, [etc.]. (1467-8) RParl. 5.574b Eny Graunte, Collation, Gyft, or Presentation..of any Deanry, College, Benefice..or yerely Port, graunted by the name of yerely Port, be not comprised

Cardenal..had Purposith to have y maad the ferste Collation to for the Kyng in Worchyp of the Frenche Nation; Bot my Lord of Salisbury kepte Pocession..and he made ther ryth a good Collation. (1442) Let.Bekynton in RS 56.2 188 Th'archbisshop..making

as frekez myȝt loke, þer ryȝt. (1417) in Rymer's Foedera (1709-10) 9.434 My lord of Salisbury..made ther ryth a good Collation, that plesyde the Kyng ryth well. a1450(c1410) Lovel. Grail Corp-C 80 22.85 The Roche was A wastable plase, And

patron present not to ye said Benefice..yan hit be lawefull to ye ordinarie of ye same place yereto to make collation. ?c1430 Wycl.8 SSChr. Corp-C 296 449 Þe new religious..seyn, `Þou art not myn ordynarie,' and geten hem exempcion fro

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Chapter acts 1491-3 1491-1492. 1491, St. Jeronimus, Sept. 30.-Collation of priors, cantarists. etc., similar to those on pp. 106, 112.-

Chapter acts 1497-8 1495-1496. 1495, St. Jerome [Sept. 30 ] .-Collation to priories, chantries, etc., similar to those on pp. 106, 112.-

Chapter acts 1506-9 1506-1507. [1506, Sept. 30. ] -Collation to priories, chantries, etc, similar to those on pp. 106, 112.-

Chapter acts 1511-12 1510-1511. 1510, St. Jerome's day, Sept. 30.-Collation to priories, chantries and offices, as before.-

Chapter acts 1512-14 1512-1513. 1512, St. Jerome's day, Sept. 30.-Collation to priories, chantries and offices, as before.-

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fretwork, foliate and scroll motif. There is confusion in the collation due to a later re-binding: ff. 2-3 (maybe f. 1 as well) were initially at the end of the codex as the earlier pencil foliation and quire numbering with

There is confusion in the collation due to a later re-binding: ff. 2-3 (maybe f. 1 as well) were initially at the end of the codex as the earlier pencil foliation and quire numbering with Roman numbers demonstrate.Hebrew foliation starts

hand of the early 14th century. Notes in Latin and numerals in the same 14th-century hand, possibly relating to the collation of the manuscript, have been added on the last page (f. 367).The Old Royal Library (the English Royal Library):

hand of the early 14th century. Notes in Latin and numerals in the same 14th-century hand, possibly relating to the collation of the manuscript, have been added on the last page (f. 367).The Old Royal Library (the English Royal Library):

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Early English Books Online Text Creation Partnership

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woodcut of Crucifixion5090S1216579985682822462Thou fiers god of armes, mars the rede.Chaucer, Geoffrey, d. 1400.10 600dpi TIFF G4 page imagesUniversity of Michigan, Digital Library Production ServiceAnn Arbor, Michigan2003 January (TCP phase 1)99856828STC (2nd ed.) 5090.22462A18557.0001.001This keyboarded and encoded edition of the

All that to this vysyon haue gyuē her audyenceGraunte eternall Ioye after thy last sentenceAMEN¶ Here endeth a lytyll Tratyse named Le assemble de dyeusprinter's device of Wynkyn de Worde314S106493998422086842Explicit sentenciosa atq[ue] studio digna expositio venerabilis Alexandri sup[er] terciu[m]

woundes our blessyd lord Ihesus suffred in his passyon. And as he was deuoutly prayenge a cer∣tayne voyce sayd to hym. Euery daye through the yere saye .l. tymes Pater noster / and so many woū¦des hadde Ihesu chryste.¶Here

287S1177749985298418341[Spousage of a virgin to Christ].Alcock, John, 1430-1500.9 600dpi TIFF G4 page imagesUniversity of Michigan, Digital Library Production ServiceAnn Arbor, Michigan2007 January (TCP phase 1)99852984STC (2nd ed.) 287.Duff 20.GW 287.18341A16041.0001.001This keyboarded and encoded edition of the work described above

le rent est extient. Et pour cest cause cest rent est deuenuz rent sek: & le rent seruice change. qar sōme ne puit distr pour cest rent qar en cest cas reluy {qu} demaunde le rent ne serraiammes chace

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the late thirteenth-century list of the archbishop's benefices in LPL1212 at fo. 184v: Quatuor prebende in laico feodo. (For the archbishop's collation to an unnamed prebend in 1287 see RegPecham1 54.) Lambeth Palace Library, MS 1212 (and see LBCA) p.184v

the late thirteenth-century list of the archbishop's benefices in LPL1212 at fo. 184v: Quatuor prebende in laico feodo. (For the archbishop's collation to an unnamed prebend in 1287 see RegPecham1 54.) Lambeth Palace Library, MS 1212 (and see LBCA) p.184v

the late thirteenth-century list of the archbishop's benefices in LPL1212 at fo. 184v: Quatuor prebende in laico feodo. (For the archbishop's collation to an unnamed prebend in 1287 see RegPecham1 54.) Lambeth Palace Library, MS 1212 (and see LBCA) p.184v

(1910), 22-124 p.61 2 The grant to the bishop of this church (before 1299: CalPat1292-1301 405) is confirmed by the collation (if very much later) by the bishop to the church in 1482 and 1491 (RegStDavids2 452, 618). CalPat1291-1301 p.405

£ 5. 6s. 8d. 8 1 This church was certainly appropriated to Penryn (alias Glasney) college (HendCornish 54), but the bishop had the right of collation to the vicarage (RegStap 246, RegGrand 1387). C.Henderson, Cornish Church Guide (Truro, 1924) p.54

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Late Medieval English Scribes

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a number for lost folios of which there are several, see collation below, and modern binder has added a new parchment stub wherever a folio is missing. Quiring: 8s; collation on first full-sized folio, heavy paper, at end of volume,

Range: 1425-1440 Scribal Hands: Unknown Material: Parchment No of Folios: i + 95 + ii Pagination: ?Modern Quiring: 8s: Seymour's collation: 1-48 58 + 1 (f.47), 6-88, 98 + 1 (inset after f. 66), 10-118, 128 (wants 6-8). Signatures: Seymour

present position (according to Dutschke; newer pencil foliation in usual place, 1-47. Quiring: Usually 8's. See Dutschke, 1.146 for full collation. Signatures: Signatures by Hoccleve just for which bifolium is which, in roman numerals in upper right corner, eg ff9-11

in 'Secular Lyrics of the 14th-15th Centuries', OUP., 1951; ff 3rv Lydgate's 'A Defence of Holy Church', lines 1-56 only--for collation of this text see H.M. McCracken, 'Minor Poems of Lydgate', EETS cvii, 1911, ff 30-32; ff101-102v, Lydgate's 'Ballade at

in upper outer corners recto, but since paginating only odd numbers, the versos being the evens and not numbered. Quiring: Collation from James:18-38 [5 canc] 48-88 810 (wants 1) Catchwords: By scribe, usual place in lower margin last leaf verso,

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The Vision of William concerning Piers the Plowman, by W. W. Skeat, Oxford, 1886, vol. ii. pp xiv.-xxi.); and a collation of the test passages given by Dr. R. Kron (William Langley's Buch von Peter dem Pflüger, Erlangen, 1885, pp.

by T. D. Whitaker, 1814), and edited from Trinity College, Cambridge, MS. R. 3. 15, the only other copy, with collation of this MS. and the printed text, by W. W. Skeat, Early Engl. Text Soc., 1867. He then suggested

f. 66. Printed by T. Wright, Latin Poems commonly attributed to Walter Mapes (Camden Soc. 1841), p. 87, but without collation of this MS., which contains two lines dropped in the Cotton copy. Beg. 'Dum [al. Cum] tenerent medium omnia

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Europa Inventa: Early European Objects in Australasian Collections

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Sydney Associated Manuscript Items: Gospel Lectionary Acquisition: Binding: Catchwords: Collation: Composite: no Condition: Deco desc: Dimensions: Extent: 122 folios Foliation: Hand desc: Keywords: Layout: Library ref alt: Codex Angas List bibl: Music notation: Note: Orig date: s. xi / xii

Settlement: Sydney Associated Manuscript Items: Inspeximus Acquisition: Binding: Catchwords: Collation: Composite: no Condition: Deco desc: Dimensions: 67 cm. Extent: 1 folio Foliation: Hand desc: Keywords: Layout: Library ref alt: List bibl: Music notation: Note: Orig date: 1285 Orig place: England

Sydney Associated Manuscript Items: Indenture (Deed) Acquisition: Binding: Catchwords: Collation: Composite: Condition: Deco desc: Dimensions: Extent: 1 folio Foliation: Hand desc: Keywords: Layout: Library ref alt: List bibl: Music notation: Note: Orig date: s. xiii Orig place: England Origin: Provenance:

Sydney Associated Manuscript Items: Officium defunctorum Acquisition: Binding: Catchwords: Collation: Composite: no Condition: Deco desc: Written in black ink with red rubrics Dimensions: Extent: 52 folios Foliation: Hand desc: Keywords: Layout: Library ref alt: List bibl: Music notation: Note: Orig

Sydney Associated Manuscript Items: Gospel Lectionary Acquisition: Binding: Catchwords: Collation: Composite: Condition: Deco desc: Dimensions: 25.4 x 13.4 cm. Extent: 337 folios Foliation: Hand desc: Keywords: Layout: Library ref alt: List bibl: Music notation: Note: Orig date: 1524 Orig place:

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A’s stint, fol. 171r: ‘dio gracias’. Related Manuscripts Close correspondence with Anglo-Norman source ( PB , pp. 84-85 shows a collation between Bodl. MS Rawl. B.171, Bodl. MS Douce 323 and TCD MS 490). This MS is the base text

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TEAMS Middle English Texts Series

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is a little different it only covers two incidents in a fairly long ballad, and while these are useful for collation and emendation, it would be inappropriate and require substantial editorial invention to link those episodes into the other text.

Gamelyn with The Shipman's Tale; and in Bodleian Hatton Donat. 1 it links the Clerk and the Shipman. The full collation of manuscript readings undertaken by Norem (123-49) indicates few significant variants, probably because the pedestrian quality of the language

Sykes Manuscript (ed. Cawley, “Sykes MS”). Problems with the Register copy are noted by Beadle,1 who also provides a full collation of the two manuscripts in the footnotes to his text of the play. The story of Thomas that is

Robin Hood and the Monk: Introduction Return to Menu of TEAMS Texts Copyright Information for this edition his version of this ballad then appeared in an appendix in the second edition of Ritson's Robin Hood in 1832 as

Three Lives from the Gilte Legende, pp. 65-74. 8 Our text of the dragon episode is based on a fresh collation of the Minnesota manuscript. Previous editions are by Parker, "A Northern Fragment of The Life of St. George," and

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The Production and Use of English Manuscripts 1060 to 1220

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2 s . 6 d '. Short description by Hollie Morgan and Takako Kato (2010). Manuscript not consulted directly. add collation etc if I hear from the Stonyhurst. Dobbie, Elliott van Kirk, The Manuscripts of C~x00e6~dmon's Hymn and Bede's Death

, 5-6 8 . The collation does not reveal the loss of a leaf after 46, between fols 32 and 33, but 41r and 46v are flesh sides ( Ker 1957 , p. 134). Collation on pastedown given as ‘Collation

279). fols 136-184v Damaged by fire; the best preserved leaves measure ca. 200 144 172 120 Impossible to determine a collation as all leaves were individually mounted after the manuscript was damaged by the Cotton Fire. The penitential is written

1-284. An incorrect 16th-century pagination, partly in red pencil, was followed by Wildhagen (1910) . According to Ker 1957 , collation of fols 4-281: 1 8 (wants 1, perhaps blank, before fol. 4); 2-34 8 ; 35 8 (wants 8,

Web . Manuscript described by Hollie Morgan and Takako Kato with Simon Patterson. Manuscript not consulted directly. check extent, foliation, collation, etc, hand desc too, when we got the images Arnold, Thomas, Symeonis monachi opera omnia , Rolls Series, 75,

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fader of hevene'. 'seven werkes of mercy þat hi did noȝt here by hire lyf'. Codex Parchment 225 145-50 mm Collation unascertainable. Some catchwords, some signatures. Pricking not visible. Writing space of 180 x 93-100mm. Single columns with 32-38 lines.

jumbled fragment, 144 lines, of this text. Pickering 1975, pp. 23-24. Codex Parchment. Very thin, fine parchment. 260 175 mm. Collation unascertainable. Catchword on f. 32r. Pricking for the frame visible. Ruled in drypoint. Left margin has two lines ruled

durations of the 30 eclipses. The last date appearing on the table is 1443. Codex Parchment 185 mm 120 mm Collation from back pastedown, written in pencil - '1 flyleaf. 1 8 (wants 2, 6); 2 8 (wants 7, 8);

it apertly was'. Printed in Bunt 1985. Codex Parchment 296 mm 197 mm Unable to collate. James states that the collation was 'a 12 (1, 2, 3, 10 wanting), b 12 , c 12 , d 10 , e 12

University of Birmingham, August 2003. With special thanks to Dr. Suzanne Reynolds, Holkham Hall for supplying information regarding: folio dimensions, collation, layout, decoration, binding, and acquisition. Related Manuscripts and other documents Scribal Scribe 1 of Holkham Hall 668 is also

Geographies of Orthodoxy: Mapping English Pseudo-Bonaventuran Lives of Christ, 1350-1550 icon

Geographies of Orthodoxy: Mapping English Pseudo-Bonaventuran Lives of Christ, 1350-1550

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of the MS Detailed Description of Contents Estimated Date of Production Writing Support Foliation Dimensions of Page and Writing Space Collation Layout Rubrication/ Ordinatio Illustration Number of Scribal Hands Style of Hands Estimated Date of Hands Scribal Annotation Notable Dialect

of the MS Detailed Description of Contents Estimated Date of Production Writing Support Foliation Dimensions of Page and Writing Space Collation Layout Rubrication/ Ordinatio Illustration Number of Scribal Hands Style of Hands Estimated Date of Hands Scribal Annotation Notable Dialect

of the MS Detailed Description of Contents Estimated Date of Production Writing Support Foliation Dimensions of Page and Writing Space Collation Layout Rubrication/ Ordinatio Illustration Number of Scribal Hands Style of Hands Estimated Date of Hands Scribal Annotation Notable Dialect

of the MS Detailed Description of Contents Estimated Date of Production Writing Support Foliation Dimensions of Page and Writing Space Collation Layout Rubrication/ Ordinatio Illustration Number of Scribal Hands Style of Hands Estimated Date of Hands Scribal Annotation Notable Dialect

of the MS Detailed Description of Contents Estimated Date of Production Writing Support Foliation Dimensions of Page and Writing Space Collation Layout Rubrication/ Ordinatio Illustration Number of Scribal Hands Style of Hands Estimated Date of Hands Scribal Annotation Notable Dialect

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The Corpus of Middle English Prose and Verse

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be a puzzle, and many of the names in it long remained untraced. The Rev. H. E. Salter , by collation of the original Oseney deeds as well as of the Registers, has solved the problem of the section and

primate ( 1173 ). ; William of Norhall; Mr. Robert of Inglesham . Collation of Wycombe Church by W. bishop of Lincoln . A.D. 1184 . Collation of the rectory to Godstow , by the diocesan. P. surrendered the church

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