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with penwork decoration in table of contents (f. 3v). Rubrics, running titles, highlighting and underlining in red. Epistle of St John (f. 4); Sermons (f. 6); Sermones de oneribus (f. 43), De spiritali amicitia (f. 137), Speculum caritatis (159v) On

with penwork decoration in table of contents (f. 3v). Rubrics, running titles, highlighting and underlining in red. Epistle of St John (f. 4); Sermons (f. 6); Sermones de oneribus (f. 43), De spiritali amicitia (f. 137), Speculum caritatis (159v) On

Sheldonian, ''1697', but 1698?), II, no. 6464.Robert Scott (b. c. 1632, d. 1709/10), London bookseller: included in the catalogue of John Theyer’s manuscripts in his possession, appraised in 1678 by William Beveridge and William Jane, Royal Appendix, 70, no. 63.Charles

Sheldonian, ''1697', but 1698?), II, no. 6464.Robert Scott (b. c. 1632, d. 1709/10), London bookseller: included in the catalogue of John Theyer’s manuscripts in his possession, appraised in 1678 by William Beveridge and William Jane, Royal Appendix, 70, no. 63.Charles

Sheldonian, ''1697', but 1698?), II, no. 6464.Robert Scott (b. c. 1632, d. 1709/10), London bookseller: included in the catalogue of John Theyer’s manuscripts in his possession, appraised in 1678 by William Beveridge and William Jane, Royal Appendix, 70, no. 63.Charles

John Longland, bishop of Lincoln and confessor of Henry VIII, Royal Appendix 69 (see Carley 2000).The flyleaves contain two Goliardic poems or satires on church abuses in a 13th-century hand: an invective against the bishops of Bath [Jocelin], Norwich

John Longland, bishop of Lincoln and confessor of Henry VIII, Royal Appendix 69 (see Carley 2000).The flyleaves contain two Goliardic poems or satires on church abuses in a 13th-century hand: an invective against the bishops of Bath [Jocelin], Norwich

John Longland, bishop of Lincoln and confessor of Henry VIII, Royal Appendix 69 (see Carley 2000).The flyleaves contain two Goliardic poems or satires on church abuses in a 13th-century hand: an invective against the bishops of Bath [Jocelin], Norwich

John Longland, bishop of Lincoln and confessor of Henry VIII, Royal Appendix 69 (see Carley 2000).The flyleaves contain two Goliardic poems or satires on church abuses in a 13th-century hand: an invective against the bishops of Bath [Jocelin], Norwich

John Longland, bishop of Lincoln and confessor of Henry VIII, Royal Appendix 69 (see Carley 2000).The flyleaves contain two Goliardic poems or satires on church abuses in a 13th-century hand: an invective against the bishops of Bath [Jocelin], Norwich

Coloured initial 'D'(ominus) with display script. Includes the Liber scintillarum of Defensor of Ligugé (ff. 1-100v) and a series of extracts from Ecclesiasticus and Isidore, Sententiae, under the title 'Hic pauca incipiunt de vitiis et peccatis' (ff. 100v-106), with

Coloured initial 'D'(ominus) with display script, at the beginning of the Liber scintillarum. Includes the Liber scintillarum of Defensor of Ligugé (ff. 1-100v) and a series of extracts from Ecclesiasticus and Isidore, Sententiae, under the title 'Hic pauca incipiunt

colour (f. 136v). Small initials in brown or red. Rubrics in red. Commentary on the Gospel of John and the Epistles of John The first leaf of this manuscript is bound in Harley 5958, f. 87. In the lower margin

(d. 1720): inscribed 'William Cocke / Virginia / July 4, 1719' (f. 1); William Cocke is mentioned in John G. Kolp, ‘Holloway, John (1666?-1734), ~Oxford Dictionary of National Biography~ (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2004) [http://www.oxforddnb.com/view/articleHL/68571, accessed 9 Jul 2007].The Harley

of John holding a chalice. 9 large (ff. 5v, 116v, 125v, 187, 189v, 193v, 198v, 208v, 213v [the same as on f. 193v]) and 8 small (ff. 178v, 182, 183, 183v, 185, 188v, 190v, 204v) woodcuts of the 15th century,

of a flaming mountain and a pelican in her piety (f. iii). (John Brough Taylor, F.S.A. (elected 1813), the editor of R. Hegge's Legend of St Cuthbert: inscription 'John Taylor, FSA' (f. i). Item 90 in an unidentified French sale

in red, with ownership inscriptions of Thomas Cranmer (Thomas Cantuarien[sis]) and John Lumley. Copied, directly or indirectly, from Oxford, Bodleian Library, Bodley 441, omitting some passages due to defects in the Bodley manuscript (Marc 16:14-20, Luke 16:14- 17:1, and 24:

c. 1375-c. 1420, no. 906 (see St Augustine's Abbey 2008). John Twyne (b. c.1505, d. 1581), schoolmaster and antiquary, perhaps owned by him: inscribed 'Twyne' in the hand of John Dee, antiquary (b. 1527, d.1609), in the entry of the

c. 1375-c. 1420, no. 906 (see St Augustine's Abbey 2008). John Twyne (b. c.1505, d. 1581), schoolmaster and antiquary, perhaps owned by him: inscribed 'Twyne' in the hand of John Dee, antiquary (b. 1527, d.1609), in the entry of the

c. 1375-c. 1420, no. 906 (see St Augustine's Abbey 2008). John Twyne (b. c.1505, d. 1581), schoolmaster and antiquary, perhaps owned by him: inscribed 'Twyne' in the hand of John Dee, antiquary (b. 1527, d.1609), in the entry of the

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