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the figure of John with his symbol, the eagle. The first volume of this Bible is Harley 2803.There is an inscription 'anno M. C. XLVIII [the rest obscured]' which has been used as the date of the manuscript (see discussion

(index Sentences) The Dominican convent of Sudbury, Suffolk: inscription (f. 3).Very faint added text in Gothic cursive (ff. 1, 158v-162v).Inscribed 'John Mithmyng ?' (f. 1* v).Inscription 'master Hyllyard this book I doe give you to be at you one disposing

the face of John. The first volume of this Bible is Harley 2803.There is an inscription 'anno M. C. XLVIII [the rest obscured]' which has been used as the date of the manuscript (see discussion Cahn). 2 large miniatures in

of Hereford has been added at the end (ff. 258v-262): it is therefore possible that Thomas Trilleck was related to John de Trilleck, bishop of Hereford (1344-1360).William Reed, bishop of Chichester (1369-1385), given by him to the Collegiate church of

'I' of John. The first volume of this Bible is Harley 2803.There is an inscription 'anno M. C. XLVIII [the rest obscured]' which has been used as the date of the manuscript (see discussion Cahn). 2 large miniatures in colours

book, entitled 'glose divinorum librorum' (ff. 466-478v) Jean Chevrot de Polignac, Bishop of Tournai: given in 1458 to his godson John Falquerius: inscription 'Reverendus in Christo pater et dominus, dominus Johannes Chevroti de Polignaco oriundus miseracione divina Tornacensis Episcopus hanc

book, entitled 'glose divinorum librorum' (ff. 466-478v) Jean Chevrot de Polignac, Bishop of Tournai: given in 1458 to his godson John Falquerius: inscription 'Reverendus in Christo pater et dominus, dominus Johannes Chevroti de Polignaco oriundus miseracione divina Tornacensis Episcopus hanc

book, entitled 'glose divinorum librorum' (ff. 466-478v) Jean Chevrot de Polignac, Bishop of Tournai: given in 1458 to his godson John Falquerius: inscription 'Reverendus in Christo pater et dominus, dominus Johannes Chevroti de Polignaco oriundus miseracione divina Tornacensis Episcopus hanc

the birth of John the Baptist, and decorated initial 'D'(eus). 1 bifolium (ff. 19-22) has been misbound: f. 19 should follow f. 17, and f. 22 follows f. 23.ff. 146-147 and 151-153 contain added text.Decorative stitching of damaged parchment in

'Mary Coll'(?) (f. 150v).Inscribed in the lower borders, upside down, in brown ink 'Mary' (f. 95v), and 'John' (f. 116v), probably the Catholic John Forcer of Harbour House, Durham (d. 1725), to whom the Durham Cathedral librarian, Thomas Rudd, implied

'Mary Coll'(?) (f. 150v).Inscribed in the lower borders, upside down, in brown ink 'Mary' (f. 95v), and 'John' (f. 116v), probably the Catholic John Forcer of Harbour House, Durham (d. 1725), to whom the Durham Cathedral librarian, Thomas Rudd, implied

'Mary Coll'(?) (f. 150v).Inscribed in the lower borders, upside down, in brown ink 'Mary' (f. 95v), and 'John' (f. 116v), probably the Catholic John Forcer of Harbour House, Durham (d. 1725), to whom the Durham Cathedral librarian, Thomas Rudd, implied

'Mary Coll'(?) (f. 150v).Inscribed in the lower borders, upside down, in brown ink 'Mary' (f. 95v), and 'John' (f. 116v), probably the Catholic John Forcer of Harbour House, Durham (d. 1725), to whom the Durham Cathedral librarian, Thomas Rudd, implied

'Mary Coll'(?) (f. 150v).Inscribed in the lower borders, upside down, in brown ink 'Mary' (f. 95v), and 'John' (f. 116v), probably the Catholic John Forcer of Harbour House, Durham (d. 1725), to whom the Durham Cathedral librarian, Thomas Rudd, implied

'Mary Coll'(?) (f. 150v).Inscribed in the lower borders, upside down, in brown ink 'Mary' (f. 95v), and 'John' (f. 116v), probably the Catholic John Forcer of Harbour House, Durham (d. 1725), to whom the Durham Cathedral librarian, Thomas Rudd, implied

'Mary Coll'(?) (f. 150v).Inscribed in the lower borders, upside down, in brown ink 'Mary' (f. 95v), and 'John' (f. 116v), probably the Catholic John Forcer of Harbour House, Durham (d. 1725), to whom the Durham Cathedral librarian, Thomas Rudd, implied

'Mary Coll'(?) (f. 150v).Inscribed in the lower borders, upside down, in brown ink 'Mary' (f. 95v), and 'John' (f. 116v), probably the Catholic John Forcer of Harbour House, Durham (d. 1725), to whom the Durham Cathedral librarian, Thomas Rudd, implied

'Mary Coll'(?) (f. 150v).Inscribed in the lower borders, upside down, in brown ink 'Mary' (f. 95v), and 'John' (f. 116v), probably the Catholic John Forcer of Harbour House, Durham (d. 1725), to whom the Durham Cathedral librarian, Thomas Rudd, implied

'Mary Coll'(?) (f. 150v).Inscribed in the lower borders, upside down, in brown ink 'Mary' (f. 95v), and 'John' (f. 116v), probably the Catholic John Forcer of Harbour House, Durham (d. 1725), to whom the Durham Cathedral librarian, Thomas Rudd, implied

'Mary Coll'(?) (f. 150v).Inscribed in the lower borders, upside down, in brown ink 'Mary' (f. 95v), and 'John' (f. 116v), probably the Catholic John Forcer of Harbour House, Durham (d. 1725), to whom the Durham Cathedral librarian, Thomas Rudd, implied

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