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British Library Catalogue of Illuminated Manuscripts

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Philosophical Institution, founded shortly before his death. The New Philosophical Institution, Beaumont Square, Mile End: stamps (ff. 1, 174v). Sir John Trelawny: his sale, 28 June 1921, lot 162; bought by Edwards for £38. Henry Yates Thompson (b. 1838, d.

Philosophical Institution, founded shortly before his death. The New Philosophical Institution, Beaumont Square, Mile End: stamps (ff. 1, 174v). Sir John Trelawny: his sale, 28 June 1921, lot 162; bought by Edwards for £38. Henry Yates Thompson (b. 1838, d.

Philosophical Institution, founded shortly before his death. The New Philosophical Institution, Beaumont Square, Mile End: stamps (ff. 1, 174v). Sir John Trelawny: his sale, 28 June 1921, lot 162; bought by Edwards for £38. Henry Yates Thompson (b. 1838, d.

of Butterby, probably to be identified with Richard Lumley, 1st Viscount Lumley of Waterford (bap. 1589, d. 1661), to whom John Lumley had entailed the lands and castle of Lumley in 1607: inscribed 'Recheard Lumley of buterbe in the conte

of Butterby, probably to be identified with Richard Lumley, 1st Viscount Lumley of Waterford (bap. 1589, d. 1661), to whom John Lumley had entailed the lands and castle of Lumley in 1607: inscribed 'Recheard Lumley of buterbe in the conte

the papal interdict, and of an inverted insignia indicating the death of John, abbot of St. Albans. Includes two autograph copies of works of Matthew Paris: the only complete copy of the Historia Anglorum, a history of England covering the

of the papal interdict, and of an inverted insignia indicating the death of John, abbot of St. Albans. Includes two autograph copies of works of Matthew Paris: the only complete copy of the Historia Anglorum, a history of England covering

to the death of Richard I, and the same arms in the upright position indicating the coronation of king John. Includes two autograph copies of works of Matthew Paris: the only complete copy of the Historia Anglorum, a history of

the French crusaders killed at Gaza: Dareines, Henry II, count de Bar, and John de Barres, with the inverted banners of the Hospitaliers and Templars. Includes two autograph copies of works of Matthew Paris: the only complete copy of the

Henry II and Richard I, in the upper register, and John and Henry III, in the lower register. Includes two autograph copies of works of Matthew Paris: the only complete copy of the Historia Anglorum, a history of England covering

Historiated initial 'I'(n principio) of the days of creation, at the beginning of Genesis. Two historiated initials in colours (ff. 6, 9v) and numerous initials with foliate or zoomorphic decoration in colours, at the beginning of books. Puzzle initials

century, where it was the basis of a copy, now Additional 18719 (see discussion Lowden 2000 p. 185). John Thwayte: 16th-century inscription 'John Thwayte' (f. 2v). ? Sir Christopher Heydon (b. 1561, d. 1623), soldier and writer on astrology: he

century, where it was the basis of a copy, now Additional 18719 (see discussion Lowden 2000 p. 185). John Thwayte: 16th-century inscription 'John Thwayte' (f. 2v). ? Sir Christopher Heydon (b. 1561, d. 1623), soldier and writer on astrology: he

century, where it was the basis of a copy, now Additional 18719 (see discussion Lowden 2000 p. 185). John Thwayte: 16th-century inscription 'John Thwayte' (f. 2v). ? Sir Christopher Heydon (b. 1561, d. 1623), soldier and writer on astrology: he

century, where it was the basis of a copy, now Additional 18719 (see discussion Lowden 2000 p. 185). John Thwayte: 16th-century inscription 'John Thwayte' (f. 2v). ? Sir Christopher Heydon (b. 1561, d. 1623), soldier and writer on astrology: he

century, where it was the basis of a copy, now Additional 18719 (see discussion Lowden 2000 p. 185). John Thwayte: 16th-century inscription 'John Thwayte' (f. 2v). ? Sir Christopher Heydon (b. 1561, d. 1623), soldier and writer on astrology: he

century, where it was the basis of a copy, now Additional 18719 (see discussion Lowden 2000 p. 185). John Thwayte: 16th-century inscription 'John Thwayte' (f. 2v). ? Sir Christopher Heydon (b. 1561, d. 1623), soldier and writer on astrology: he

century, where it was the basis of a copy, now Additional 18719 (see discussion Lowden 2000 p. 185). John Thwayte: 16th-century inscription 'John Thwayte' (f. 2v). ? Sir Christopher Heydon (b. 1561, d. 1623), soldier and writer on astrology: he

century, where it was the basis of a copy, now Additional 18719 (see discussion Lowden 2000 p. 185). John Thwayte: 16th-century inscription 'John Thwayte' (f. 2v). ? Sir Christopher Heydon (b. 1561, d. 1623), soldier and writer on astrology: he

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