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British Library Catalogue of Illuminated Manuscripts

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'Chr' Towneley' ( f. 1). Richard Towneley, in 1702: his book-plate with the date (f. 2v); inscriptions 'T.283' (f. 3). John Hirst of Ladcastle, Dobcross, purchased at his sale at Sotheby's 14 December 1887 by the British Museum, using the

or in red with brown penwork decoration. Highlighting of letters in red. Rubrics in red. Fragment of a monastic Breviary John Bagford: inscribed, probably by Frederic Madden, that this is 'A portion of Bagford's collection F. M.' (f. [iii]).Sir Hans

lot 8090, bought by Combe for 2s.Charles Burney (b. 1757, d. 1817), D.D., classical scholar.Acquired by the British Museum as part of Burney’s library from his son Charles Parr Burney in 1818. Detail John of Wales (index Johannes Guallensis) England

stamp: 'Soc. Reg. Lond / ex dono HENR. HOWARD / Norfolciensis.', f. 1).Purchased by the British Museum from the Royal Society together with 549 other Arundel manuscripts in 1831. Illuminated headpiece John Chrysostom (index Johannes Chrysostomus), Severianus Gabalensis Eastern Mediterranean

characters alternately red or blue. Bible with prologues Unidentified English owner: with numerous annotations, second half of the 15th century.Inscription: 'John', 18th century? (f. 153).Charles Burney (b. 1757, d. 1817), D.D., classical scholar.Acquired by the British Museum as part of

characters alternately red or blue. Bible with prologues Unidentified English owner: with numerous annotations, second half of the 15th century.Inscription: 'John', 18th century? (f. 153).Charles Burney (b. 1757, d. 1817), D.D., classical scholar.Acquired by the British Museum as part of

by the British Museum as part of Burney’s library from his son Charles Parr Burney in 1818. Flourished initials, and a marginal drawing of a fishing rod John of Damascus (translated by Burgundio of Pisa) England, Central England, Central? (Oxford?)

on a green cross flanked by Mary and John. 1 large miniature, in colours and gold (f. 166v). Large initials in red with blue (foliate) pen-flourishing or in blue with red (foliate) pen-flourishing. Line-fillers decorated in red and blue. Registrum

initials and paraph marks in plain red, blue (or green). Miscellany, on the Passion, etc., much of it in verse John Parker (b. 1548, d. 1619), of Cambridge: inscribed 'Joh(ann)es Parker' (f. 5), paginated by him(?) in red pencil.? Thomas

'B'(eatus) with John the Evangelist, at the beginning of De Johannis evangelio. The authorship is uncertain. The manuscript ascribes the first text to Petrus Comestor. 2 large historiated initials, in colours and gold (ff. 3v, 98). 2 large decorated initials,

1).William Petty (~formerly~ Fitzmaurice) (b. 1737, d. 1805), 2nd earl of Shelburne and 1st marquess of Lansdowne, prime minister: his book-plate (4th flyleaf); purchased by the British Museum together with 1244 other Lansdowne manuscripts in 1807. John le Breton England

initials and paraph marks in plain red, blue (or green). Miscellany, on the Passion, etc., much of it in verse John Parker (b. 1548, d. 1619), of Cambridge: inscribed 'Joh(ann)es Parker' (f. 5), paginated by him(?) in red pencil.? Thomas

initials and paraph marks in plain red, blue (or green). Miscellany, on the Passion, etc., much of it in verse John Parker (b. 1548, d. 1619), of Cambridge: inscribed 'Joh(ann)es Parker' (f. 5), paginated by him(?) in red pencil.? Thomas

17.Charles Burney (b. 1757, d. 1817), D.D., classical scholar.Acquired by the British Museum as part of Burney’s library from his son Charles Parr Burney in 1818. Detail John of Damascus (translated by Burgundio of Pisa) England, Central England, Central? (Oxford?)

letters at the beginning of John. Watermark of 'W', f. [ii]. Simple initials in red, a few with penwork decoration. Cadels. Spaces left for initials. Maccabees and the New Testament (ff. 1-157v); Historia scholastica inscribed 'i(c) z(u) (ieh?), f. 72v;

or blue. Miscellany, including charters for Durham and letters to the bishop of Durham, Walter Map's De nummo (f. 10v) John Wessington (c.1371-1451), prior of Durham cathedral priory, prior 1416-1446: 15th-century inscription 'Liber domini Johannis Wessyngton prioris Dunelmensis' cut out

'B'(eatus) with John the Evangelist, at the beginning of De Johannis evangelio. The authorship is uncertain. The manuscript ascribes the first text to Petrus Comestor. 2 large historiated initials, in colours and gold (ff. 3v, 98). 2 large decorated initials,

Introductorium (ff. 31v-57) Crossed out inscription 'Edwardus Horichise (?) Johannus Godfalne (?) (f. 58v).Inscription 'Edwardus Blomebill de Gountone az' and 'John thapmman' (f. 91v).Added materials, one early 17th-century horoscope dated 1614 (ff. 73-79) and in a different hand 'Pro per

'A'(pocalypsis) with John the Evangelist and his symbol the eagle, at the beginning of the Apocalypse. 32 large and smaller decorated foliate initials, mostly with partial foliate borders, many including figures or animals, in colours and gold, at the beginning

pen-flourishing. Small initials in red or blue. Fragment of a Psalter, with Psalm 84:10-89:19, the recto mounted as the verso John Bagford: inscribed, probably by Frederic Madden, that this is 'A portion of Bagford's collection F. M.' (f. [iii]).Sir Hans

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