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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

a message written in the margin by Lady Jane Grey to Sir John Bridges, Lieutenant of the Tower (continued from f. 76): '… youres as the lorde knoweth as a frende Jane Duddeley'. Contains prayers extracted from Richard Taverner's translation

Ecclesiasticus, Osee, / Joel, Amos, abdias, Jonas, Micheas, Nahum, Abacuc, Sophonias, / Aggeus, Zacharye, Malachye, Machabees, Matheum, Marc, / Luke, John, Act. Apost., Epist. Ad Romanos 1, ad Cotinth. 2, ad Galat. 1,/ ad Ephes. 1, ad Philipp. 1, ad

Ecclesiasticus, Osee, / Joel, Amos, abdias, Jonas, Micheas, Nahum, Abacuc, Sophonias, / Aggeus, Zacharye, Malachye, Machabees, Matheum, Marc, / Luke, John, Act. Apost., Epist. Ad Romanos 1, ad Cotinth. 2, ad Galat. 1,/ ad Ephes. 1, ad Philipp. 1, ad

Ecclesiasticus, Osee, / Joel, Amos, abdias, Jonas, Micheas, Nahum, Abacuc, Sophonias, / Aggeus, Zacharye, Malachye, Machabees, Matheum, Marc, / Luke, John, Act. Apost., Epist. Ad Romanos 1, ad Cotinth. 2, ad Galat. 1,/ ad Ephes. 1, ad Philipp. 1, ad

Ecclesiasticus, Osee, / Joel, Amos, abdias, Jonas, Micheas, Nahum, Abacuc, Sophonias, / Aggeus, Zacharye, Malachye, Machabees, Matheum, Marc, / Luke, John, Act. Apost., Epist. Ad Romanos 1, ad Cotinth. 2, ad Galat. 1,/ ad Ephes. 1, ad Philipp. 1, ad

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.

a monastic library: inscribed 'Iste Liber est monasterii [effaced] G, XLIII' (f. 1* verso).Annotations in an Italian hand, 15th century. John Gibson (fl. 1720-1726), dealer; sold to Edward Harley on 13 September 1722 (see ~Diary~ 1966; Wright 1972).The Harley Collection,

a monastic library: inscribed 'Iste Liber est monasterii [effaced] G, XLIII' (f. 1* verso).Annotations in an Italian hand, 15th century. John Gibson (fl. 1720-1726), dealer; sold to Edward Harley on 13 September 1722 (see ~Diary~ 1966; Wright 1972).The Harley Collection,

Framed initial 'D'(ivine) with foliate decoration at the beginning of the third book of the 'Sententiae'. St. Gregory the Great's 'Moralia In Job' was a hugely important medieval text, but is also extremely long: it was typically bound in

Framed initial 'V'(eniente) with Isidore of Seville seated wearing a bishop's mitre and holding a crozier. St. Gregory the Great's 'Moralia In Job' was a hugely important medieval text, but is also extremely long: it was typically bound in

Framed initial 'S'(ummum) with foliate decoration at the beginning of the 'Sententiae'. St. Gregory the Great's 'Moralia In Job' was a hugely important medieval text, but is also extremely long: it was typically bound in three or more large

Framed initial 'O'(mnis) with floral and foliate decoration at the beginning of the second book of the 'Sententiae'. St. Gregory the Great's 'Moralia In Job' was a hugely important medieval text, but is also extremely long: it was typically

Puzzle initial 'R'(everentissimo) with floral and foliate decoration at the beginning of the letter, 'Haimanno Adalbertus'. St. Gregory the Great's 'Moralia In Job' was a hugely important medieval text, but is also extremely long: it was typically bound in

Puzzle initial 'N'(on) at the beginning of the 'Speculum Gregorii'. St. Gregory the Great's 'Moralia In Job' was a hugely important medieval text, but is also extremely long: it was typically bound in three or more large volumes. Several

Framed initial 'V(ir) with Job being admonished by his wife to reject God. St. Gregory the Great's 'Moralia In Job' was a hugely important medieval text, but is also extremely long: it was typically bound in three or more

his signature and motto: 'Edw. Hoby' and 'Fato Quam voto.', f. 2; cf. Burney 354 and 361, and Additional 4898.? John Brand (b. 1744 d. 1807), antiquary and topographer: inscribed 'A Vocabulary to the Latin Bible, Wrote about A.D. 1380,

his signature and motto: 'Edw. Hoby' and 'Fato Quam voto.', f. 2; cf. Burney 354 and 361, and Additional 4898.? John Brand (b. 1744 d. 1807), antiquary and topographer: inscribed 'A Vocabulary to the Latin Bible, Wrote about A.D. 1380,

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