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'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

'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

with an Evangelist portrait of John. The first volume of this Bible is Harley 2798.A part of the annals that used to be part of the Arnstein Bible has been rediscovered at Darmstadt, Hessische Landesbibliothek, Ms. 4128.Decorated quire signatures. 5

14th-15th century (f. 1).Added tables to show the dates of Easter from 1406-1433 (f. 13); and from 1420-1447 (f. 13v).? John Trendle, a monk of Christ Church, Canterbury (d. 1433): inscribed 'Quere residuum istius operis in tabula Johannis Trendle' (f.

Eadburga invoked in a prayer to the Virgin added at the beginning of the 11th century (f. 1r-1v); noted by John Leland c. 1536-40 ( (see ~J. Lelandi antiquarii de rebus Britannicis Collectanea~ (Oxford: Sheldonian, 1715), IV, p. 148).Added Hours

Eadburga invoked in a prayer to the Virgin added at the beginning of the 11th century (f. 1r-1v); noted by John Leland c. 1536-40 ( (see ~J. Lelandi antiquarii de rebus Britannicis Collectanea~ (Oxford: Sheldonian, 1715), IV, p. 148).Added Hours

Eadburga invoked in a prayer to the Virgin added at the beginning of the 11th century (f. 1r-1v); noted by John Leland c. 1536-40 ( (see ~J. Lelandi antiquarii de rebus Britannicis Collectanea~ (Oxford: Sheldonian, 1715), IV, p. 148).Added Hours

Eadburga invoked in a prayer to the Virgin added at the beginning of the 11th century (f. 1r-1v); noted by John Leland c. 1536-40 ( (see ~J. Lelandi antiquarii de rebus Britannicis Collectanea~ (Oxford: Sheldonian, 1715), IV, p. 148).Added Hours

and included in the list of manuscripts from Lincolnshire houses entitled 'de historiis antiquitatum ac divinitate tractancium', perhaps composed by John Longland, bishop of Lincoln and confessor of Henry VIII, Royal Appendix 69, f. 5 (see ~The Libraries of King

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