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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

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

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'.

London production. Fourteenth/fifteenth century inscriptions on f. 183r: William Barnes ; Richard Drow ; William Dro.. ; Anthony Elcocke ; John Ellcocke . F. 107r names of eight members of the Browne family from the fifteenth century: Mr Thomas Browne

þo þis wordes were ised'. Part of the Southern Passion . English f. 26rb-va South English Legendary: Concerning Peter and John (IMEV 3767 ) 'To seinte peter ihesus sede folwe me anon'. 'Ffor bettere is dye in good deþ þen

T. Astle, p. 66. Erbe, T., ed. 1905. Mirk ’ s Festial : A Collection of Homilies by Johannes Mirkus, John Mirk edited from Bodl. MS. Gough Eccl. Top. 4, with variant readings from other MSS , EETS, es, 96,

ioye come þat euere sschal ylaste. Amen'. Cf. Horstmann 1887, pp. 67-70. ff. 68r-69v South English Legendary: Life of St. John the Baptist ( IMEV 2945 ) 'Seint iohn was þe beste bern þe holie baptist'. 'Lete ous þorȝ oure

218, LP 6960 (McIntosh, Samuels and Benskin 1986, vol. 4, p. 196). An early fifteenth-century copy of John Mirk's Festial . ff. 1r-32v John Mirk Festial (IPMEP 734 ) 'Ne dar þe noþyng drede'. 'grete peyne þu schalt childe bere

23v, ' John Longley ' (?Langley Green, extreme W. Worcs). See also Seymour 1966 for more details, p. 192. Catalogued and encoded: Rebecca Farnham, University of Birmingham, March 2004. Bennett, J. A. W. 1954. The Rediscovery of Sir John Mandeville

ista anglie confinia ita quod fere omnes turbarentur in lectis'. Good. On f. 1r: ' John nycholas owethe this book' and again on f. 214v: 'John nycholas owethe this book 1576'. Other names on f. 214v: ' dominus thomas browne

focle', ' John Peyntor ', fifteenth/sixteenth century. F. 86v ' John ?Games ' sixteenth century. F. 89v ' Elynor vaughan ' sixteenth/seventeenth century. F. 100r ' John ?perf of Bredwardiny [Bredwardine ] ' sixteenth century. F. 105r 'John Games' sixteenth

the original manuscript), 'Heare begynneth ye [... ] booke of cresyse'. Good Unknown John Boyce - Sixteenth century: F. i verso - 'Jhon boyce'. F. 21r 'John b'. Nineteenth century?: Owned by Sir Henry Spelman - name written on back

of ownership on ff. 13r and 181v where the name John Paunteley along with the date 1412 is written. However, this could just be an attribution of the texts. John Paunteley was a monk of Gloucester, ordained deacon and priest

distinct booklet. Talbot 1967, p. 188. ff. 21r-23r John of Burgundy A Noble Tretis for Medicina Agenst the Pestilence (IPMEP 659 ) 'Here begynnes a nobill tretys made of a nobill fisicyane john of burdeux for medecyne agayne þe pestilence

back. Good Unknown Dutschke suggests that this manuscript was written by the scribe of Cambridge, St. John's College, MS E.22, John Clerk (d. 1472), monk of Hinton Charterhouse (Dutschke 1989, p. 230). Acquired by Henry E. Huntington in 1923 (Dutschke

these texts (1986, p. 199). Paues assigns a 'Southern' dialect to the Prologue, Peter, James, 1 John and the Pauline Epistles whilst 2-3 John, Jude, Matthew and the Acts are 'Midland with a more or less strong intermixture of Southern

1500, ' iohn baker owe this boke wytnes iohn fuller edmund baker damyd'; John Baker's name also appears on ff. 33, 41v, 48v, 52v, 53v, 57v. John Wood ' in a sixteenth-century hand on ff. 34v, 86. On f. 59r,

of the Prick of Conscience now kept as Manchester, John Rylands Library, Eng. MS 90 ( olim Asburnham 136) with which it once formed one manuscript. On f. 1v of Manchester, John Rylands Library, Eng. MS 90 is 'Iste sunt

of verbs 'Partes oracionis quot sunt octo'. 'I loue thu louest he loueth amo amas amat'. Latin English ff. 5r-7v John Leylond? Accidence/Liber Accidencium (IPMEP 308.B ) and (IPMEP 350 ) 'In how many maners schalt thou bygynne to make

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