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Detail of a historiated Initial 'S'(enior) of John holding a scroll, at the beginning of John II. Rebound for Henry VIII.Associated with a group of manuscripts (the 'William of Devon group'): Blackburn, Museum and Art Gallery, Ms. 091.21001, Egerton 1151,

Detail of a historiated Initial 'S'(enior) of John holding a scroll, at the beginning of John III, and of a historiated initial 'I'(udas) of Jude holding a book, at the beginning of Jude. Rebound for Henry VIII.Associated with a group

Historiated Initial 'I'(ohannes) of John holding a book, at the beginning of the prologue to Revelation, and a historiated initial 'A'(pocalipsis) of John writing at a desk, at the beginning of Revelation. Rebound for Henry VIII.Associated with a group of

1 is a folded piece of parchment with a note in John Covel's hand on the verso.The Speculum stultorum is a verse satire of almost 4,000 lines about an ass named Burnel who attempts to gain a longer tail and

'P'(ost), with pen-flourishing, at the beginning of John of Garland's revision of Alexander of Villa Dei's Doctrinale. Marginal sketches of a human figure (f. 19v), of pen-flourishing (f. 26), of human heads (f. 34, 114), of initials (f. 102), and

with pen-flourishing, at the beginning of John of Garland's revision of Alexander of Villa Dei's Doctrinale. Marginal sketches of a human figure (f. 19v), of pen-flourishing (f. 26), of human heads (f. 34, 114), of initials (f. 102), and of

ownership stamps of John Thomas Barber Beaumont and the Philosophical Institution. 10 historiated initials, each divided into two levels, one for the representation of the virtues and the other for the vices, with decorated extensions into the margins, in colours

beginning of the prologue to John. First page probably missing: inscribed 'prima pagina deficit' (f. 1).Catchwords and instruction for running titles. Indication of 'pecia'?: inscribed 'XVII pecia' (f. 44).Numerous pointing hands (maniculae).Some margins incised (ff. 37, 98, 175, 239, 258,

his signature; possibly obtained from his estate by Ives. Cf. Paul Grinke, 'John Ives and the LIbrary of 'Honest' Tom Martin', ~in The Warden's Meeting: A Tribute to John Sparrow~ (Oxford: Oxford University Society of Bibliophiles, 1977), pp. 39-42 (p.

his signature; possibly obtained from his estate by Ives. Cf. Paul Grinke, 'John Ives and the LIbrary of 'Honest' Tom Martin', ~in The Warden's Meeting: A Tribute to John Sparrow~ (Oxford: Oxford University Society of Bibliophiles, 1977), pp. 39-42 (p.

John de Holebrook, 1309 (f. 3v); John, son of John de Holebrook (f. 5); Petronilla de Holebrook (f. 6).Added inscriptions of obits in the calendar: John King, 1589 (f. 3); Richard King, 1567 (f. 4); Joan King, wife of

John de Holebrook, 1309 (f. 3v); John, son of John de Holebrook (f. 5); Petronilla de Holebrook (f. 6).Added inscriptions of obits in the calendar: John King, 1589 (f. 3); Richard King, 1567 (f. 4); Joan King, wife of

John de Holebrook, 1309 (f. 3v); John, son of John de Holebrook (f. 5); Petronilla de Holebrook (f. 6).Added inscriptions of obits in the calendar: John King, 1589 (f. 3); Richard King, 1567 (f. 4); Joan King, wife of

John de Holebrook, 1309 (f. 3v); John, son of John de Holebrook (f. 5); Petronilla de Holebrook (f. 6).Added inscriptions of obits in the calendar: John King, 1589 (f. 3); Richard King, 1567 (f. 4); Joan King, wife of

John de Holebrook, 1309 (f. 3v); John, son of John de Holebrook (f. 5); Petronilla de Holebrook (f. 6).Added inscriptions of obits in the calendar: John King, 1589 (f. 3); Richard King, 1567 (f. 4); Joan King, wife of

John de Holebrook, 1309 (f. 3v); John, son of John de Holebrook (f. 5); Petronilla de Holebrook (f. 6).Added inscriptions of obits in the calendar: John King, 1589 (f. 3); Richard King, 1567 (f. 4); Joan King, wife of

arms of the Kingdom of Jerusalem and of John of Brienne, king of Jerusalem, indicating his death, and an inverted mitre and crosier referring to the death of Richard II, bishop of Durham. Includes two autograph copies of works of

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