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mark 'v', f. 204v is blank and unruled (and one leaf is missing after f. 204).John Dryden: inscribed, 16th century 'John Drydens booke' (f. 1).The Harley Collection, formed by Robert Harley (b. 1661, d. 1724), 1st earl of Oxford and

pasted on f. [iii], f. [iv] verso). John Batteley (b. 1647, d. 1708), Church of England clergyman and antiquary: sold to Edward Harley with the rest of his collection through his nephew John Batteley (of the Court of Augmentations) on

Gospel) Written by presbyter Constantine: his colophon dated 27 May 995 (f. 376v).Manolakes Kastorianos of Constantinople: presented by him to John Covel (see Additional 22911, f. 180).John Covel (b. 1638, d. 1722), chaplain of the Levant Company in Constantinople, 1670-1676,

issuing from the mouths of confronted monsters above at the opening of the liturgy of John Chrysostom. 7 diagrams, including the palms of hands relating to the cycles of the sun and the moon, stylised crosses, and geometric shapes (ff.

inscriptions of John Herefeld ?, vicar of Plumstead, donating the manuscript, to the library of St Augustine's abbey, Canterbury, and below, a note that it was bought by Sir Roger Twysden in 1629 for 20 shillings, and rebound for 4

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

roundels representing the four evangelist symbols: the eagle of John, the winged man of Matthew, the winged bull of Luke, and the winged lion of Mark, with the the Lamb of God in the centre. 1 large historiated initial in

of Bishop Ranulf on 15 September (f. 8); and of the precentor's father John on 24 April (f. 5v), and mother Avicia on 26 September (f. 8).? John Howard (? d. 1426) and his wife Alice Tendring: erased 15th-century inscription

of Bishop Ranulf on 15 September (f. 8); and of the precentor's father John on 24 April (f. 5v), and mother Avicia on 26 September (f. 8).? John Howard (? d. 1426) and his wife Alice Tendring: erased 15th-century inscription

of Bishop Ranulf on 15 September (f. 8); and of the precentor's father John on 24 April (f. 5v), and mother Avicia on 26 September (f. 8).? John Howard (? d. 1426) and his wife Alice Tendring: erased 15th-century inscription

of Bishop Ranulf on 15 September (f. 8); and of the precentor's father John on 24 April (f. 5v), and mother Avicia on 26 September (f. 8).? John Howard (? d. 1426) and his wife Alice Tendring: erased 15th-century inscription

of Bishop Ranulf on 15 September (f. 8); and of the precentor's father John on 24 April (f. 5v), and mother Avicia on 26 September (f. 8).? John Howard (? d. 1426) and his wife Alice Tendring: erased 15th-century inscription

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

of Bishop Ranulf on 15 September (f. 8); and of the precentor's father John on 24 April (f. 5v), and mother Avicia on 26 September (f. 8).? John Howard (? d. 1426) and his wife Alice Tendring: erased 15th-century inscription

of Bishop Ranulf on 15 September (f. 8); and of the precentor's father John on 24 April (f. 5v), and mother Avicia on 26 September (f. 8).? John Howard (? d. 1426) and his wife Alice Tendring: erased 15th-century inscription

of Bishop Ranulf on 15 September (f. 8); and of the precentor's father John on 24 April (f. 5v), and mother Avicia on 26 September (f. 8).? John Howard (? d. 1426) and his wife Alice Tendring: erased 15th-century inscription

Sheldonian, '1697', but 1698?), II, no. 6557.Robert Scott (b. c. 1632, d. 1709/10), London bookseller: included in the catalogue of John Theyer’s manuscripts in his possession, made in 1678 by William Beveridge and William Jane, Royal Appendix, 70, no. 167.Charles

Sheldonian, '1697', but 1698?), II, no. 6557.Robert Scott (b. c. 1632, d. 1709/10), London bookseller: included in the catalogue of John Theyer’s manuscripts in his possession, made in 1678 by William Beveridge and William Jane, Royal Appendix, 70, no. 167.Charles

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