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4).Henry Savile of Banke, Yorkshire (b. 1568, d. 1617), collector of manuscripts, probably acquired by him from John Nelton: shorthand inscription deciphered as 'John Netlton. Henry Savil' (ff. 4, 5v) (see Warner and Gilson 1921).The Old Royal Library (the English

4).Henry Savile of Banke, Yorkshire (b. 1568, d. 1617), collector of manuscripts, probably acquired by him from John Nelton: shorthand inscription deciphered as 'John Netlton. Henry Savil' (ff. 4, 5v) (see Warner and Gilson 1921).The Old Royal Library (the English

4).Henry Savile of Banke, Yorkshire (b. 1568, d. 1617), collector of manuscripts, probably acquired by him from John Nelton: shorthand inscription deciphered as 'John Netlton. Henry Savil' (ff. 4, 5v) (see Warner and Gilson 1921).The Old Royal Library (the English

4).Henry Savile of Banke, Yorkshire (b. 1568, d. 1617), collector of manuscripts, probably acquired by him from John Nelton: shorthand inscription deciphered as 'John Netlton. Henry Savil' (ff. 4, 5v) (see Warner and Gilson 1921).The Old Royal Library (the English

version (the Surtees Psalter version) Inscription 'Will (?) Bonnell' (f. 1v).John Fauntleroy: inscription in calligraphy (f. 1*); inscription (f. 1); 'John Fauntlero' (f. [101v].Bought by the British Museum in 1836, using the Bridgewater fund (£12,000 bequeathed in 1829 by Francis

beginning of the preface to John Gaddesden's Rosa Anglica. 15th-century? foliation in brown ink.f. 95 is an inserted, smaller folio. 1 large puzzle initial in blue and red with pen-flourishing forming a full border (f. 9). Large initials in blue

designed 'E': see Marsden 1999 p. 290 and n. 25. 2 full page miniatures of Evangelist portraits of Mark and John (ff. 45v, 78v). Canon tables in frames in brown and yellow, some with animal heads (ff. 3v-7). 4 very

designed 'E': see Marsden 1999 p. 290 and n. 25. 2 full page miniatures of Evangelist portraits of Mark and John (ff. 45v, 78v). Canon tables in frames in brown and yellow, some with animal heads (ff. 3v-7). 4 very

designed 'E': see Marsden 1999 p. 290 and n. 25. 2 full page miniatures of Evangelist portraits of Mark and John (ff. 45v, 78v). Canon tables in frames in brown and yellow, some with animal heads (ff. 3v-7). 4 very

designed 'E': see Marsden 1999 p. 290 and n. 25. 2 full page miniatures of Evangelist portraits of Mark and John (ff. 45v, 78v). Canon tables in frames in brown and yellow, some with animal heads (ff. 3v-7). 4 very

designed 'E': see Marsden 1999 p. 290 and n. 25. 2 full page miniatures of Evangelist portraits of Mark and John (ff. 45v, 78v). Canon tables in frames in brown and yellow, some with animal heads (ff. 3v-7). 4 very

and Homilies The Benedictine abbey of St. Peter, Gloucester: perhaps to be identified with a volume mentioned by John Leland, (see John Leland ~Commentarii de Scriptoribus Britannicis~, ed. by A. Hall (Oxford: Sheldonian, 1709), p. 216, and ~Joannis Lelandi antiquarii

both John and Genevieve (3rd January, f. 1), and the litany includes Fara, Honorine (f. 175; translated to Conflans Ste. Honorine, near Pontoise, in 1250), and a special listing of widows (f. 175).Added prayer to the Virgin and John for

both John and Genevieve (3rd January, f. 1), and the litany includes Fara, Honorine (f. 175; translated to Conflans Ste. Honorine, near Pontoise, in 1250), and a special listing of widows (f. 175).Added prayer to the Virgin and John for

both John and Genevieve (3rd January, f. 1), and the litany includes Fara, Honorine (f. 175; translated to Conflans Ste. Honorine, near Pontoise, in 1250), and a special listing of widows (f. 175).Added prayer to the Virgin and John for

both John and Genevieve (3rd January, f. 1), and the litany includes Fara, Honorine (f. 175; translated to Conflans Ste. Honorine, near Pontoise, in 1250), and a special listing of widows (f. 175).Added prayer to the Virgin and John for

and Homilies The Benedictine abbey of St. Peter, Gloucester: perhaps to be identified with a volume mentioned by John Leland, (see John Leland ~Commentarii de Scriptoribus Britannicis~, ed. by A. Hall (Oxford: Sheldonian, 1709), p. 216, and ~Joannis Lelandi antiquarii

bird, and a dragon in medallions, at the beginning of John. Includes the epistle of Jerome to Pope Damasus, imperfect (f. 2r-2v), and capitula added by a different 12th-century hand, at the beginning of each Gospel (ff. 7-8v, 44v-45v, 71-71v,

(and sub-prior, c. 1432) of the Augustinian priory of St Paul, Newnham, Bedfordshire: purchased from Robert Ware, executor of Master John Bryan, studying at Cambridge in 1415, as recorded in the note of ownership and anathema on f. 1v, 'Hinc

(and sub-prior, c. 1432) of the Augustinian priory of St Paul, Newnham, Bedfordshire: purchased from Robert Ware, executor of Master John Bryan, studying at Cambridge in 1415, as recorded in the note of ownership and anathema on f. 1v, 'Hinc

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