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University of Paris (f. 4). John Batayle, a canon of St Bartholomew's at Smithfield, mentioned among other canons in a clerical subsidy roll of 1379 and named in a will of 1382, made by John Chyshull, another canon of St

etc. from the 9th to the 31st year in the reign of Henry VIII (1509-1540), under the rule of abbot John Reeve. Numerous initials in blue with red pen-flourishing including foliate patterns and flowers. Some cadels (e.g., ff. 75, 76,

hand (f. 2).? John Bury, armiger: mentioned in Cottey's note as the donor of the manuscript (f. 5; see Wright 1972).John Cottey or de Cotheye, rector of Cheddon Fitzpaine, co. Somerset, 1328: given to him by John Bury, his ownership

(?) ‘ZR.R.0’ inscribed in ink,~.0.0’, inscribed in different ink, both f. 301, top right hand corner; ’£~', f. i verso.? John Brand (b. 1744, d. 1806), antiquary and topographer (inscribed in pencil ‘John Januensis’s (Alias Balbus) Dictionary with a Grammer.

(?) ‘ZR.R.0’ inscribed in ink,~.0.0’, inscribed in different ink, both f. 301, top right hand corner; ’£~', f. i verso.? John Brand (b. 1744, d. 1806), antiquary and topographer (inscribed in pencil ‘John Januensis’s (Alias Balbus) Dictionary with a Grammer.

John of Fordun and continued by Walter Bower (ff. 28-265);'Tractatus et composicio inter reges Scocie et Norwagie' (ff. 265v-267);prophecy (f. 267v);'Seneca ad Lucilium' (f. 268);Boethius, 'De fide Christiana' (ff. 268-269);Pseudo-Bernard, 'Tractatus de formula honeste vite' (ff. 269-270);letter of Prester

John of Fordun and continued by Walter Bower (ff. 28-265);'Tractatus et composicio inter reges Scocie et Norwagie' (ff. 265v-267);prophecy (f. 267v);'Seneca ad Lucilium' (f. 268);Boethius, 'De fide Christiana' (ff. 268-269);Pseudo-Bernard, 'Tractatus de formula honeste vite' (ff. 269-270);letter of Prester

John of Fordun and continued by Walter Bower (ff. 28-265);'Tractatus et composicio inter reges Scocie et Norwagie' (ff. 265v-267);prophecy (f. 267v);'Seneca ad Lucilium' (f. 268);Boethius, 'De fide Christiana' (ff. 268-269);Pseudo-Bernard, 'Tractatus de formula honeste vite' (ff. 269-270);letter of Prester

John of Fordun and continued by Walter Bower (ff. 28-265);'Tractatus et composicio inter reges Scocie et Norwagie' (ff. 265v-267);prophecy (f. 267v);'Seneca ad Lucilium' (f. 268);Boethius, 'De fide Christiana' (ff. 268-269);Pseudo-Bernard, 'Tractatus de formula honeste vite' (ff. 269-270);letter of Prester

John of Fordun and continued by Walter Bower (ff. 28-265);'Tractatus et composicio inter reges Scocie et Norwagie' (ff. 265v-267);prophecy (f. 267v);'Seneca ad Lucilium' (f. 268);Boethius, 'De fide Christiana' (ff. 268-269);Pseudo-Bernard, 'Tractatus de formula honeste vite' (ff. 269-270);letter of Prester

John of Fordun and continued by Walter Bower (ff. 28-265);'Tractatus et composicio inter reges Scocie et Norwagie' (ff. 265v-267);prophecy (f. 267v);'Seneca ad Lucilium' (f. 268);Boethius, 'De fide Christiana' (ff. 268-269);Pseudo-Bernard, 'Tractatus de formula honeste vite' (ff. 269-270);letter of Prester

John of Fordun and continued by Walter Bower (ff. 28-265);'Tractatus et composicio inter reges Scocie et Norwagie' (ff. 265v-267);prophecy (f. 267v);'Seneca ad Lucilium' (f. 268);Boethius, 'De fide Christiana' (ff. 268-269);Pseudo-Bernard, 'Tractatus de formula honeste vite' (ff. 269-270);letter of Prester

John of Fordun and continued by Walter Bower (ff. 28-265);'Tractatus et composicio inter reges Scocie et Norwagie' (ff. 265v-267);prophecy (f. 267v);'Seneca ad Lucilium' (f. 268);Boethius, 'De fide Christiana' (ff. 268-269);Pseudo-Bernard, 'Tractatus de formula honeste vite' (ff. 269-270);letter of Prester

John of Fordun and continued by Walter Bower (ff. 28-265);'Tractatus et composicio inter reges Scocie et Norwagie' (ff. 265v-267);prophecy (f. 267v);'Seneca ad Lucilium' (f. 268);Boethius, 'De fide Christiana' (ff. 268-269);Pseudo-Bernard, 'Tractatus de formula honeste vite' (ff. 269-270);letter of Prester

John of Fordun and continued by Walter Bower (ff. 28-265);'Tractatus et composicio inter reges Scocie et Norwagie' (ff. 265v-267);prophecy (f. 267v);'Seneca ad Lucilium' (f. 268);Boethius, 'De fide Christiana' (ff. 268-269);Pseudo-Bernard, 'Tractatus de formula honeste vite' (ff. 269-270);letter of Prester

1972, Kilwardby 1987).John Leland (b. c.1503, d. 1552), poet and antiquary (see Wright 1972); acquired on 18 May 1556 by John Dee.John Dee (b. 1527, d. 1609), mathematician, astrologer, and antiquary (see Wright 1972; Roberts and Watson 1990): his astrological

written by John Stowe and others, including the Song of the Lady Bessy, concerning Princess Elizabeth, future wife of Henry VII (ff. 89-100), written by Humphrey Brereton, an extract from Lydgate's Life of Edmund and Fremund (f. 86v) John Stowe,

Veteris Testamenti ex opusculis S. Gregorii, De institutis coenobiorum, Collationes The priory of St. Mary, Sempringham, co. Lincoln, given by John de Glynton, master of the Sempringham Order in 1332: originally with the inscription probably on the original cover, 'ex

Edward I's rights in Scotland (ff.129-37);The Prophecies of Merlin (ff. 137v-139);The letter of Prester John (ff.140v-145);Extracts from the Legenda Aurea of Jacobus de Voragine (ff. 145v-147). Rubrics in red. Initials in red and brown, some decorated with ink drawings of

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