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order of the Knights Hospitallers of Saint John of Jerusalem: colophon, 'Ce liure est a frere Nicole de Montmirel, commandeur de sainct Mauluy' (f. 186); the arms of the order of Saint John of Jerusalem (gules, a cross argent), and

St Edmunds (according to Arnould 1940).Part 3:Grant of land at Aldwinkle, Northamptonshire (5th July 1308) by Simon de Repindon to John de [Al]dewyncle (f. 128). 10 lines of a love song in English in a 15th century hand (f. 128v).Parts

St Edmunds (according to Arnould 1940).Part 3:Grant of land at Aldwinkle, Northamptonshire (5th July 1308) by Simon de Repindon to John de [Al]dewyncle (f. 128). 10 lines of a love song in English in a 15th century hand (f. 128v).Parts

documents relating to the Peace of Brétigny in the name of John the Good, king of France, all bearing the date 24 October 1360, with the ratification by king John of the treaty in London in 1362, followed by the

spectral comparator, 10th century (see Keynes, 1985, pp. 167-69).Inscribed, 'Diamate', and 'Umfridus me fecit', 14th century (f. 3).Thomas Lee, John Birchyton, John Hinstyde [or Lynstyde], inscribed with their names, 15th century (f. 8v).N. Hersth, inscribed with his name, 15th century.John

spectral comparator, 10th century (see Keynes, 1985, pp. 167-69).Inscribed, 'Diamate', and 'Umfridus me fecit', 14th century (f. 3).Thomas Lee, John Birchyton, John Hinstyde [or Lynstyde], inscribed with their names, 15th century (f. 8v).N. Hersth, inscribed with his name, 15th century.John

spectral comparator, 10th century (see Keynes, 1985, pp. 167-69).Inscribed, 'Diamate', and 'Umfridus me fecit', 14th century (f. 3).Thomas Lee, John Birchyton, John Hinstyde [or Lynstyde], inscribed with their names, 15th century (f. 8v).N. Hersth, inscribed with his name, 15th century.John

spectral comparator, 10th century (see Keynes, 1985, pp. 167-69).Inscribed, 'Diamate', and 'Umfridus me fecit', 14th century (f. 3).Thomas Lee, John Birchyton, John Hinstyde [or Lynstyde], inscribed with their names, 15th century (f. 8v).N. Hersth, inscribed with his name, 15th century.John

spectral comparator, 10th century (see Keynes, 1985, pp. 167-69).Inscribed, 'Diamate', and 'Umfridus me fecit', 14th century (f. 3).Thomas Lee, John Birchyton, John Hinstyde [or Lynstyde], inscribed with their names, 15th century (f. 8v).N. Hersth, inscribed with his name, 15th century.John

spectral comparator, 10th century (see Keynes, 1985, pp. 167-69).Inscribed, 'Diamate', and 'Umfridus me fecit', 14th century (f. 3).Thomas Lee, John Birchyton, John Hinstyde [or Lynstyde], inscribed with their names, 15th century (f. 8v).N. Hersth, inscribed with his name, 15th century.John

spectral comparator, 10th century (see Keynes, 1985, pp. 167-69).Inscribed, 'Diamate', and 'Umfridus me fecit', 14th century (f. 3).Thomas Lee, John Birchyton, John Hinstyde [or Lynstyde], inscribed with their names, 15th century (f. 8v).N. Hersth, inscribed with his name, 15th century.John

sceptre, giving the manuscript to the monks of Westminster and John Islip, Abbot of Westminster, with a full bar border with the arms of England. The original chemise binding is of burgundy velvet (outside) and pinkish gold damask (inside). One

crowned sceptre, giving the manuscript to the monks of Westminster and John Islip, Abbot of Westminster. The original chemise binding is of burgundy velvet (outside) and pinkish gold damask (inside). One large tassel remains on the top left corner in

or hybrids, at the beginning of books. Initials in red with purple pen-flourishing, or in blue with red pen-flourishing. Sanctilogium John Whethamstede, abbot of St. Albans (1420-1440 and 1452-1464), given by him to the Benedictine priory of St Amphibaldus in

or hybrids, at the beginning of books. Initials in red with purple pen-flourishing, or in blue with red pen-flourishing. Sanctilogium John Whethamstede, abbot of St. Albans (1420-1440 and 1452-1464), given by him to the Benedictine priory of St Amphibaldus in

or hybrids, at the beginning of books. Initials in red with purple pen-flourishing, or in blue with red pen-flourishing. Sanctilogium John Whethamstede, abbot of St. Albans (1420-1440 and 1452-1464), given by him to the Benedictine priory of St Amphibaldus in

or hybrids, at the beginning of books. Initials in red with purple pen-flourishing, or in blue with red pen-flourishing. Sanctilogium John Whethamstede, abbot of St. Albans (1420-1440 and 1452-1464), given by him to the Benedictine priory of St Amphibaldus in

of a collection of fragments from manuscripts and printed books, including maps and drawings, assembled by the bookseller and antiquary John Bagford (b. 1650/51, d. 1716) for historical purposes. 190 printed book fragments from the volume were transferred to the

and paraphs in red. Letters highlighted in red. Constituciones artis gemetrie secundum Euclyde: a poem on the craft of Masonry John Theyer (bap. 1598, d. 1673): his monogram (ff. 1, 32v) and included in the catalogue of his library left

and paraphs in red. Letters highlighted in red. Constituciones artis gemetrie secundum Euclyde: a poem on the craft of Masonry John Theyer (bap. 1598, d. 1673): his monogram (ff. 1, 32v) and included in the catalogue of his library left

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