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    15th-century: 'Young' and monogram 'I H' with effaced text (f. 29v). Inscribed several names, 16th-century: 'William Brome' (f. 3), 'Johannes', 'John & framyng', 'Richarde' (f. 4), 'Richardus Bowle' (ff. 8, 26v, 29), 'Thomas / Henry / William / Johannes /

    15th-century: 'Young' and monogram 'I H' with effaced text (f. 29v). Inscribed several names, 16th-century: 'William Brome' (f. 3), 'Johannes', 'John & framyng', 'Richarde' (f. 4), 'Richardus Bowle' (ff. 8, 26v, 29), 'Thomas / Henry / William / Johannes /

    15th-century: 'Young' and monogram 'I H' with effaced text (f. 29v). Inscribed several names, 16th-century: 'William Brome' (f. 3), 'Johannes', 'John & framyng', 'Richarde' (f. 4), 'Richardus Bowle' (ff. 8, 26v, 29), 'Thomas / Henry / William / Johannes /

    15th-century: 'Young' and monogram 'I H' with effaced text (f. 29v). Inscribed several names, 16th-century: 'William Brome' (f. 3), 'Johannes', 'John & framyng', 'Richarde' (f. 4), 'Richardus Bowle' (ff. 8, 26v, 29), 'Thomas / Henry / William / Johannes /

    15th-century: 'Young' and monogram 'I H' with effaced text (f. 29v). Inscribed several names, 16th-century: 'William Brome' (f. 3), 'Johannes', 'John & framyng', 'Richarde' (f. 4), 'Richardus Bowle' (ff. 8, 26v, 29), 'Thomas / Henry / William / Johannes /

    15th-century: 'Young' and monogram 'I H' with effaced text (f. 29v). Inscribed several names, 16th-century: 'William Brome' (f. 3), 'Johannes', 'John & framyng', 'Richarde' (f. 4), 'Richardus Bowle' (ff. 8, 26v, 29), 'Thomas / Henry / William / Johannes /

    15th-century: 'Young' and monogram 'I H' with effaced text (f. 29v). Inscribed several names, 16th-century: 'William Brome' (f. 3), 'Johannes', 'John & framyng', 'Richarde' (f. 4), 'Richardus Bowle' (ff. 8, 26v, 29), 'Thomas / Henry / William / Johannes /

    Flyleaf with ownership inscription of the Augustinian monastery of Bristol and contents list. Jerome's 'Tractatus de oboedientia', as identified by Sharpe, is attributed to Augustine in this manuscript.Patrick, Bishop of Dublin (1074-1084) has been identified as the author of

    Text page with initial 'D'(iu) and rubric at the beginning of the prologue. Jerome's 'Tractatus de oboedientia', as identified by Sharpe, is attributed to Augustine in this manuscript.Patrick, Bishop of Dublin (1074-1084) has been identified as the author of

    date 'May 17 1638' and 'imprimatur' (f. 180v) for the 1640 edition of the Psalter made by his son, Sir John Spelman (b. 1594, d. 1643), royalist author.Walter Clavell, F. R.S., elected 1704, admitted to the Inner Temple in 1700,

    date 'May 17 1638' and 'imprimatur' (f. 180v) for the 1640 edition of the Psalter made by his son, Sir John Spelman (b. 1594, d. 1643), royalist author.Walter Clavell, F. R.S., elected 1704, admitted to the Inner Temple in 1700,

    date 'May 17 1638' and 'imprimatur' (f. 180v) for the 1640 edition of the Psalter made by his son, Sir John Spelman (b. 1594, d. 1643), royalist author.Walter Clavell, F. R.S., elected 1704, admitted to the Inner Temple in 1700,

    Possibly written in 1191 for the Abbey of Wilhering.12th and 13th-century additions, including f. 180 which is an excerpt from John 1, with added punctus flexus punctuation. The Cistercian abbey of Hohenfurt in Southern Bohemia, now Vyšší Brod in the

    1581: 'W(illia)m Vallans oweth mee 1581' (f. 1).Inscribed with a library list(?); including Arthus Gelius Frantinus, Valerius Maximus, Alexander Nequam, John of Salisbury, and others (f. 1v).? Thomas Howard (b. 1585, d. 1646), 2nd earl of Arundel, 4th earl of

    1581: 'W(illia)m Vallans oweth mee 1581' (f. 1).Inscribed with a library list(?); including Arthus Gelius Frantinus, Valerius Maximus, Alexander Nequam, John of Salisbury, and others (f. 1v).? Thomas Howard (b. 1585, d. 1646), 2nd earl of Arundel, 4th earl of

    Puzzle initial 'P' with foliate decoration. Peter of Blois's 'Speculum iuris canonici' consists of 60 chapters, each devoted to a legal argument. Peter, who is not to be confused with his older and more famous namesake, the archdeacon of

    and Rouse 2000).Busleyden College, Leuven (index Louvain), 16th/17th century: inscribed 'Ex bibliotheca Collegii Buslidiani Lovanij' (f. 1; see Wright 1972). John Chamberlayne (b. 1666, d. 1723), translator and literary editor, son of Edward Chamberlayne (b. 1616, d. 1703), writer: purchased

    and Rouse 2000).Busleyden College, Leuven (index Louvain), 16th/17th century: inscribed 'Ex bibliotheca Collegii Buslidiani Lovanij' (f. 1; see Wright 1972). John Chamberlayne (b. 1666, d. 1723), translator and literary editor, son of Edward Chamberlayne (b. 1616, d. 1703), writer: purchased

    Initial with penwork decoration. The volume is a composite miscellany of five manuscripts of different date, origin and provenance, which also includes Pseudo-Albert the Great, 'Summa naturalium', 15th century, with initials and paraphs in red (ff. 1-8). Initials with

    and Rouse 2000).Busleyden College, Leuven (index Louvain), 16th/17th century: inscribed 'Ex bibliotheca Collegii Buslidiani Lovanij' (f. 1; see Wright 1972). John Chamberlayne (b. 1666, d. 1723), translator and literary editor, son of Edward Chamberlayne (b. 1616, d. 1703), writer: purchased

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