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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

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

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.

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.

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.

Manuscriptorum Bibliothecae Wigorniensis, Made in 1622-1623~, ed. by Ivor Atkins and N. Ker (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1944), no. 309. John Theyer (bap. 1598, d. 1673), antiquary: inscribed with his name 'Ioannes Theyer', with a dated note of 1649 (f.

Historiated initial 'P'(rincipia) of Peter Lombard holding a scroll with an inscription, 'Petrus Lombard', at the beginning to the prologue to Peter Lombard's Commentary on Epistles. Catchwords, bifolium signatures, and notes 'cor' in brown or red ink. Guide letters

126v); 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. 6v (see Carley 2000). The Old

Sheldonian, '1697', but 1698?), no. 8656; red seal of a ship (unfoliated parchment folio after f. [i]).Presented to the British Museum by George II in 1757 as part of the Old Royal Library. Scribe at work John of Salisbury England

Hiberniae~ (Oxford: Sheldonian, '1697', but 1698?), no. 8656; red seal of a ship (unfoliated parchment folio after f. [i]).Presented to the British Museum by George II in 1757 as part of the Old Royal Library. Text John of Salisbury England

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