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or blue. Diagrams in red or brown. Polychronicon to the year 1352, with table Added, near comtemporary text (ff. 238v-239v). John Macclesfield, in 1416-1417: inscription (f. 6v).John Hunt: 18th-century inscription (f. 2). W. Ford: his note about the manuscript pasted

de Someren of Utrecht, for the Church of St John Baptist, Utrecht, 1510, four Latin verses stating that Gervasius de Someren presented the manuscript in 1510 to the Church of St John Baptist: inscribed 'Annis verbgene quingentis mille peractis. Et

in the margins of ff. 74v and 165 relating to St Patrice of Ibernia and St John of Beverley (St Johannes de Beverlaco).? John Mochelgroue (d. 1458), armiger, unidentified: his obit added to the calendar margin under 27 January (f.

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

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

od St Peter, Westminster, agreement between Henry VII (b. 1457, d. 1509), king of England and lord of Ireland, and John Islipp, Abbot of Westminster Abbey, and the monks of Westminster Abbey, made on 16 July 1504: the beginning of

od St Peter, Westminster, agreement between Henry VII (b. 1457, d. 1509), king of England and lord of Ireland, and John Islipp, Abbot of Westminster Abbey, and the monks of Westminster Abbey, made on 16 July 1504: the beginning of

od St Peter, Westminster, agreement between Henry VII (b. 1457, d. 1509), king of England and lord of Ireland, and John Islipp, Abbot of Westminster Abbey, and the monks of Westminster Abbey, made on 16 July 1504: the beginning of

od St Peter, Westminster, agreement between Henry VII (b. 1457, d. 1509), king of England and lord of Ireland, and John Islipp, Abbot of Westminster Abbey, and the monks of Westminster Abbey, made on 16 July 1504: the beginning of

od St Peter, Westminster, agreement between Henry VII (b. 1457, d. 1509), king of England and lord of Ireland, and John Islipp, Abbot of Westminster Abbey, and the monks of Westminster Abbey, made on 16 July 1504: the beginning of

24th year of the reign of Edward III (r. 1327-77) and includes charters dated until at least 1368.Numerous names including John Waleys and William de Wakebrug. For a more detailed list of contents, see ~Catalogue~ 1808. Initials in blue with

Decorated initial 'S' (epe et multum) at the beginning of Cicero's De inventione, Book I, with ownership inscriptions for Thomas Cranmer (Thomas Cantuarien[sis]) and Lumley. 1 large puzzle initial in red, blue, green, and yellow with foliate motifs, at

blue or red and blue. Psalter fragments Probably made for a destination in Northern England: the calendar includes Benedict, Cuthbert, John of Beverly, and Wilfrid among the confessors, and Hilda among the virgins (ff. 78r-78v). The church of St Peter-upon-Cornhill,

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