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Twysden, (b. 1597, d. 1672), 2nd baronet, antiquary: signed (ff. 2, 3; dated ‘1630’, f. 2), and with his pagination.Sir John Saunders Sebright, (b. 1767, d. 1846), 7th baronet, politician and agriculturist: sold by him in the ‘Twysden’ sale, 6

Historiated initial with Peter and Paul. This manuscript is kept with the rest of the Henry Davis collection in the Rare Books and Music Department of the British Library. Applications to examine it may be made at the Reference

Inhabited initial. This manuscript is kept with the rest of the Henry Davis collection in the Rare Books and Music Department of the British Library. Applications to examine it may be made at the Reference Enquiries desk in the

commentary on chapter 2 of a letter of John. ff. 1, 2 and 94 are parchment flyleaves; ff. 2v and 94 have 12th-century text from a missal, f. 2v with simple red, blue, or green initials; f. 93 is a

beginning of the Letters of John, with the beginnings of paragraphs marked in yellow and a 'q' in the margin, and a marginal marking of 'C1'. ff. 1, 2 and 94 are parchment flyleaves; ff. 2v and 94 have 12th-century

collat(us) a d(omi)no theoderico morelli' (f. 46v).The Augustinian priory of Val St.-Martin, Leuven (index Louvain): see the inscription cited above. John Chamberlayne (b. 1666, d. 1723), son of Edward Chamberlayne (b. 1616, d. 1703): his sale of his library conducted

Initial 'U'(num) with foliate and knotwork motifs. Table of contents in hand of scribe (ff. 1-2v). Quire marks. Guide script for rubricator preserved on f. 99v (written alongside outer margin).Some initials are probably unfinished, as they lack contour lines.

Initial 'L'(iber) with penwork decoration and a reserved design, at the beginning of the Gospel of Matthew. Uncrossed tironian ets. and ampersands; quire marks; catchwords.Erased inscription (f. 147). Some initials in red with penwork decoration in blue, occasionally with

Puzzle initial 'C'(armina) with pen-flourishing at the beginning of Book 1. Catchwords. Pricking holes.Ff. 29-31 perhaps a palimpsest. 4 large puzzle initial in red and blue with red pen-flourishing (ff. 1, 5v, 11, 19). Numerous smaller initials in red

in yellow. Compilation of moral and religious texts on the Trinity, the angels, the creation of the world, etc. Sir John Doddridge (b. 1555, d. 1628), judge, son of Richard Doddrige, merchant of Barnstaple: given to his nephew Richard Dunaeus,

Historiated initial 'P'(aulus) of Paul and heads of five men, at the beginning of the commentary to 1 Corinthians. Initials executed by two hands, f. 2 and ff. 3, 69v, 110, 131v, 150v, 161v, 195v. Hand 2 is perhaps

Decorated lines, large initials and rubrics in gold, now mostly lost and showing the red preparation. New Testament (ff. 27-293) John Covel (b. 1638, d. 1722), chaplain of the Levant Company in Constantinople, 1670-1676, and later Master of Christ's College,

added to the calendar.? A member of the Dygne family: inscribed 'Of yower charyte pray for the sowlys of Wylliam, John, Recharde & Elizabeth Dygne …' (f. 180v).? Thomas Howard (b. 1585, d. 1646), 2nd earl of Arundel, 4th earl

added to the calendar.? A member of the Dygne family: inscribed 'Of yower charyte pray for the sowlys of Wylliam, John, Recharde & Elizabeth Dygne …' (f. 180v).? Thomas Howard (b. 1585, d. 1646), 2nd earl of Arundel, 4th earl

the Abbey of Chck in Essex which was dedicated to S. Osith (f. 1).William Smarte: above-cited ownership inscription (f. 100v).? John Somers (b. 1651, d. 1716), Baron Somers, lawyer and politician: 1738 note written by James West that it once

Coloured initial 'N'(u) in red with green penwork decoration. 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: 51-53). The first

the inventory of books in the Upper Library at Westminster of 1542; in the select list of works noted by John Bale, of c. 1548; in the catalogue of 1666, Royal Appendix 71, f. 3; and in the 1698 catalogue

Andrew, Rochester: inscribed 'Liber de claust[r]o Roffens[i] H.mo[nachi]', 14th century (f.1); added part of an indenture between Rochester Priory and John Bacher, infirmarer from Strood, dated 3 October of the second year of the reign of Henry V (1414), (f.

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