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de Rothestorne', 20 Jan. 1473), or declaring causes of excommunication (in English, f. 2), of an indenture of apprenticeship to John Swafield of Aburtone, 1 Feb. 1479 (f. 86). Latin only for the first part, the rest is in English

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

Latin in ?two later hands. Good. Unknown F. 2r: ' W. Sancroft ' written on top fore edge. F. 107r: John Robinson wrote 'Iohannes Robinsonus me possidet' in a c. sixteenth/seventeenth-century hand. F. 107r: various inscriptions by Richard Horne -

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'.

E. 1935. ‘ Malory ’ s Morte Darthur in the Light of a Recent Discovery ’ , Bulletin of the John Rylands Library , 69, 438-475. Vinaver, E., ed, 1967. Malory ‘ s Le Morte D ’ arthur , Oxford:

Piers section of the manuscript was copied by a Chancery clerk (Kirby-Fulton 2000, p. 108). On f. 286v is written John Godere or Godeve. Owned by Sir Robert Cotton. Cotton's hand found on ff. 3r and 287r. Archbishop Parker's secretary

33; Holkham Hall, Wells, Norfolk, Library of the Earl of Leicester, MS 668; London, College of Arms, MS 57; Manchester, John Rylands University Library, MS English 50; New Haven, Yale University Library, MS Osborn a 13; Oxford, Bodleian Library, MS

by some branches of the Weeks family (Manly and Rickert. 1940. p. 57). F. 259v 'Per me Iohannem Wekes' ( John Wekes ) written in a late sixteenth-century hand. The same hand also wrote an English couplet and a prologue

cccc mo . xlj o '. From this evidence it is apparent that the initial owner and scribe was one John Graseley . Later in the library of the Mercer Henderson family at Fordell House, Inverkeithing, co. Fife; inherited by

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

Catalogued and encoded: Rebecca Farnham, University of Birmingham, June 2004. Baugh, N. S., ed, 1956. A Worcestershire Miscellany, Compiled by John Northwood, c. 1400, edited from British Museum MS Add. 37,787 , Philadelphia: prvt prt. Conlee, J. W, ed. 1991.

a fifteenth/sixteenth-century hand. F. 1v is a flyleaf. f. 3v Medical recipe 'A prowyd myddesson for the tovtheache prowyd by john wyllson of bakham'. 'Take peper and bete yt small and take a qvyantyte off honye and the hyest toppes

, Notes & Queries , 232, 154-6. Power, D., ed., 1910. Treatises of Fistula in Ano haemorrhoids, and clysters; by John Arderne from an early fifteenth-century manuscript. , EETS, os, 139, London: Kegan Paul, Trench, Tr ü bner. Stephens, G.

barnabe þat he us to heouene bringue'. English Horstmann 1887, pp. 26-29. ff. 32v-34r South English Legendary: Life of St. John the Baptist ( IMEV 2945 ) 'Seint iohan was þe beste bern þe holie baptist þat euere of womman

11-30. McIntosh, A., Samuels, M. L. and Benskin, M. 1986. A Linguistic Atlas of Late Medieval English: County Dictionary , 4 vols, Aberdeen: Aberdeen University Press, 4. Underhill, E., ed, 1923. The Scale of Perfection , London: John M. Watkins.

other documents Textual For related manuscripts see Lewis and McIntosh (1982, pp. 63-64). Scribal This scribe also worked on Manchester, John Rylands University Library, English 50 (Benskin and McIntosh 1986, p. 239). A Catalogue of the Harleian Manuscripts in the

hand wrote the title of art. 3 and a few other notes. Mynors and Thomson note that this is probably John Foxholes OFM, who was at the Lichfield convent in 1436-41, and then at Oxford c. 1451, and archbishop of

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

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

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,

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