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    Blessed Virgin Mary and St Nicholas, Spalding, Lincolnshire: inscription on f. i v, 'Liber m[onaste]rii Spaldyng' (not noticed there by John Leland).On f. i v, passages copied from Isaiah 19 in 14th- or 15th-century English hand.Thomas Cranmer, Archbishop of Canterbury

    1708), Church of England clergyman and antiquary: sold to Edward Harley with the rest of his collection through his nephew John Batteley on 5 November 1723.The Harley Collection, formed by Robert Harley (b. 1661, d. 1724), 1st earl of Oxford

    1708), Church of England clergyman and antiquary: sold to Edward Harley with the rest of his collection through his nephew John Batteley on 5 November 1723.The Harley Collection, formed by Robert Harley (b. 1661, d. 1724), 1st earl of Oxford

    annotations in red. Capitals marked in red. Chronicle from 1181 to 1201 (index Chronicon, Annalium Anglicanorum) Mr. Story: sold to John Covel on 3 March 1663/4 (see below).John Covel (b. 1638, d. 1722), chaplain of the Levant Company at Constantinople

    of a collection of fragments from manuscripts and printed books, including maps and drawings, assembled by the bookseller and antiquary John Bagford (b. 1650/51, d. 1716) for historical purposes. 190 printed book fragments from the volume were transferred to the

    xxx^s^' (f. 1).John Batteley (b. c.1646, d. 1708), Church of England clergyman and antiquary; bought in 1723 through his nephew, John Batteley, by Edward Harley, along with other manuscripts (see ~Diary~ 1966, and Wright 1972).The Harley Collection, formed by Robert

    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.

    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.

    empty (ff. 106v, 108v, 110, 111v, 116v, 118, 121, 122, 123v, 124, 125v, 128). Miscellany, including Eberhard's Graecismus (ff. 1-42); John of Garland's revision of Alexander of Villa Dei's Doctrinale (ff. 44-93v); Pseudo-Boethius's De disciplina scholarium (ff. 94-113v) Unidentified owners,

    empty (ff. 106v, 108v, 110, 111v, 116v, 118, 121, 122, 123v, 124, 125v, 128). Miscellany, including Eberhard's Graecismus (ff. 1-42); John of Garland's revision of Alexander of Villa Dei's Doctrinale (ff. 44-93v); Pseudo-Boethius's De disciplina scholarium (ff. 94-113v) Unidentified owners,

    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.

    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 John, with his symbol above. Facing miniatures are now separated by an inserted paper leaf. 10 full-page miniatures in colours and gold, of Christ in Majesty opposite two clerics presenting a book, and Evangelist portraits opposite the Annunciation, the

    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

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