luctus'. Hilka 1926, pp. 123-54. ff. 89ra-90rb Fall of Troy 'Excidium troie'. 'Vlcio pugnatur fit machina troia crematur'. ff. 90rb-94va John of Bridlington 'Prophecia cuiusdam de domino edwardo rege anglie tercio post conquestum'. 'Hinc terrena spuens sanctus super ethera scandit'.
Good but initial page and border faded. Unknown Unknown Acquired by Trinity between 1688 and 1741/2. Rebound at Trinity by John Exshaw in 1741/2 (Brooks 1951). Catalogued and encoded: Rebecca Farnham, University of Birmingham, May 2004. Abbott, T. K. 1900.
hand wrote the title of art. 3 and a few other notes. Mynors and Thomson note that this is probably John Foxholes OFM, who was at the Lichfield convent in 1436-41, and then at Oxford c. 1451, and archbishop of
with extended red penwork into left margin e.g. ff. 6v (stained), 14v. Not medieval. Date: early nineteenth century. Rebound by John Jones of Liverpool (worked for Holkham 1816-1823), brown gilt calf. Spine: STIMULUS/CONSCIENTIAE/MS./ANGL./SAEC.XIV./668. Coke family ostrich cre st in gilt
Latin Ward 1910, pp. 116-155. ff. 155r-156r Notes on an epistle of St. John: Ad Paulinum 'Frater ambrosius'. Latin ff. 156r-157r Notes on an epistle of St. John: Ad Desiderium 'Desiderii mei'. References to 'biblia regis offe que est Wygorn.'
481-482. Wright, C. E. 1960. English Vernacular Hands from the Twelfth to the Fifteenth Centuries , Oxford: Clarendon Press, p. 14. Wright, T. ed, 1839. Political Songs of England, John to Edward II , Camden Society, 6, London: Camden Society.
& anglice'. 'Absintheum amarum deu maners gallice aoyne anglice weremod'. Late fourteenth-century alphabet of herbs. Latin English French ff. 13r-57r John Lelamoure, of Hereford Translation of Aemilius Macer's De virtutibus herbarum 'Ache is hote'. 'He prayeth with all his hart
126 - single-sheet document containing papal confirmation of indulgences granted to the Master and Brothers of the Hospital of St. John, Beverley. This is followed by a notarial instrument of [... ] Peccham, 'clericus [... ] ', AD 1384 (Ker
(MS. V. b. 236) and Princeton, R. H. Taylor's MS 10. Bennett, J. A. W. 1954. The Rediscovery of Sir John Mandeville , New York: Modern Language Association of America, pp. 289-90. Campbell, G. H. 1915. The Middle English
England Manchester John Rylands University Library Eng. 50 s. xiv ex English Scribal Dialect: Staffordshire. Linguistic Atlas Grid Reference: 405 304, LP 519 (McIntosh, Samuels and Benskin 1986, p. 238). A late fifteenth-century manuscript (Ker 1983, p. 401) containing the
de Rothestorne', 20 Jan. 1473), or declaring causes of excommunication (in English, f. 2), of an indenture of apprenticeship to John Swafield of Aburtone, 1 Feb. 1479 (f. 86). Latin only for the first part, the rest is in English
notation. In good condition with its original binding. Texts still clear and decoration fresh. Sixteenth century: F. 116r - ' John Morgan ' - late fifteenth/early sixteenth century. Catalogued and encoded by Rebecca Farnham, University of Birmingham, 2003. Related Manuscripts
Latin in ?two later hands. Good. Unknown F. 2r: ' W. Sancroft ' written on top fore edge. F. 107r: John Robinson wrote 'Iohannes Robinsonus me possidet' in a c. sixteenth/seventeenth-century hand. F. 107r: various inscriptions by Richard Horne -
The fragmentary leaves of the manuscript have now been remounted separately. f. 1r South English Legendary: In principio (homily on John 1:1-14) (IMEV 276 ) '[A ] mong oþer gospels hit tys noȝt to byleue'. English f. 2r South English
speche'. 'þat is kyng of alle þinge. Amen'. English f. 22rb-va Northern Homily Cycle: Gospel for the Feast of St. John the Apostle (IMEV 1090 ) 'Herkneþ alle for ȝor prou'. 'To come to heuene & sen his face. Amen'.
of St. Barnabas (IMEV 2856 ) English Cf. Horstmann 1887, pp. 26-29. ff. 87r-88v South English Legendary: Life of St. John the Baptist (IMEV 2945 ) English ff. 88v-95r South English Legendary: Life of St. Peter (IMEV 3046 ) English
E. 1935. Malory s Morte Darthur in the Light of a Recent Discovery , Bulletin of the John Rylands Library , 69, 438-475. Vinaver, E., ed, 1967. Malory s Le Morte D arthur , Oxford:
Piers section of the manuscript was copied by a Chancery clerk (Kirby-Fulton 2000, p. 108). On f. 286v is written John Godere or Godeve. Owned by Sir Robert Cotton. Cotton's hand found on ff. 3r and 287r. Archbishop Parker's secretary
33; Holkham Hall, Wells, Norfolk, Library of the Earl of Leicester, MS 668; London, College of Arms, MS 57; Manchester, John Rylands University Library, MS English 50; New Haven, Yale University Library, MS Osborn a 13; Oxford, Bodleian Library, MS
by some branches of the Weeks family (Manly and Rickert. 1940. p. 57). F. 259v 'Per me Iohannem Wekes' ( John Wekes ) written in a late sixteenth-century hand. The same hand also wrote an English couplet and a prologue