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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

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

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

'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

beginning of the prologue to John. The manuscript contains a text of a manumission by King Athelstan, one of the earliest of the Anglo-Saxon examples of the practice of inserting records in sacred books. It was believed to be the

at the beginning of John. The manuscript contains a text of a manumission by King Athelstan, one of the earliest of the Anglo-Saxon examples of the practice of inserting records in sacred books. It was believed to be the book

to Richard, count of Poitou, beginning 'A [multis] requisitus et multociens', and the revised version of the dedication to King John of England (ff. 58v-106v);Philomela, the poem on the voices of birds and beasts ascribed to Ovid in the 16th-century

c. 1375-c. 1420, no. 906 (see St Augustine's Abbey 2008). John Twyne (b. c.1505, d. 1581), schoolmaster and antiquary, perhaps owned by him: inscribed 'Twyne' in the hand of John Dee, antiquary (b. 1527, d.1609), in the entry of the

c. 1375-c. 1420, no. 906 (see St Augustine's Abbey 2008). John Twyne (b. c.1505, d. 1581), schoolmaster and antiquary, perhaps owned by him: inscribed 'Twyne' in the hand of John Dee, antiquary (b. 1527, d.1609), in the entry of the

in Latin with initials in red (ff. 204-212v). John Clerk, grocer and apothecary to Edward IV, warden of the London Company of Grocers in 1467 and 1475: inscribed 'Iste liber constat John Clerk grocero apocethario regis Edwarde quarti post conquestum'

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