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Manuscripts of the West Midlands icon

Manuscripts of the West Midlands

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Shropshire (McIntosh, Samuels and Benskin, 1986, vol. 1, p. 149). A fifteenth-century copy of John Mirk's Instructions for Parish Priests copied by John Holyns. ff. 1r-33v John Mirk Instructions for Parish Priests (IMEV 961 ) 'God seythe hymselfe as wretyn

Atlas Grid Reference: not mapped (McIntosh, Samuels and Benskin 1986, p. 239). A mid fifteenth-century copy of John Mirk's Festial . ff. 1r-164r John Mirk Festial (IPMEP 734 ) 'God maker of all þyng be at our begynnyng and ȝif

10r, 10v, and 11r recording the birth of the children of John Shirley (1535-1570) of Staunton Harold and Rakedale in Leicestershire (Matheson 1998; Harris 1983). F. 30v ' John ?Badon ' (?Badoat) in drypoint, sixteenth century. F. 101v, 'Thomas'; 'th';

back. Good Unknown Dutschke suggests that this manuscript was written by the scribe of Cambridge, St. John's College, MS E.22, John Clerk (d. 1472), monk of Hinton Charterhouse (Dutschke 1989, p. 230). Acquired by Henry E. Huntington in 1923 (Dutschke

) 'We shal bileue þat þis pater noster'. 'shal we haue euer lastynge fredom. Amen'. 'Explicit pater noster'. ff. 3v-4v John Wyclif Ave Maria (IPMEP 455 ) 'Men greten commonly our lady goddis moder'. 'worshipe the marie wiþ al our

Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858 icon

Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858

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Details:2 Pieces; No deposition; No libel; No sentence Outcome: Date: 1396 — 1396 People & Places Participant: John Salter [Salter] Alternate name: John son of Henry Salter [Salter] Role: plaintiff Details: male Location: Stanhope (Durham) Place(s): Snape Gate (Snape) :

Location: York (Ebor') : undefined Participant: John Husthwaite [de Hothwayt] Role: defendant Details: male Employment: tailor Location: York (Ebor') : undefined Participant: William Forster [Fuster; Forster] Role: witness Details: male; 24; clerk Participant: John Carlton [de Carleton; Carelton; de Carlton]

female Location: York (Ebor') : undefined Participant: HenryBrigg [Bryge] Role: defendant Details: male Participant: John Catterick [Catryk] Role: prosecution proctor Details: male; clerk Employment: proctor Participant: John Willingham [Wyllyngham] Role: defence proctor Details: male; clerk Employment: proctor Location: York :

Participant: John Stanton [de Stanton] Role: undefined Details: male; clerk Employment: proctor Participant: William Harpham [de Harpham] Role: witness Details: male Employment: vicar of the collegiate church of Beverley Location: Beverley, St John (YorkshireEastRiding) Place(s): Collegiate Church of St John

York (Ebor') : diocese Participant: John Ward [Warde; Ward] Role: defendant Details: male; clerk Employment: priest Location: York (Ebor') : diocese Participant: N Easingwold [de Esingwald] Role: prosecution proctor Details: male; clerk Employment: proctor Participant: John Tathwell [de Tathewell] Role:

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British Library Catalogue of Illuminated Manuscripts

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1594, d. 1612), eldest child of James I: his collection became part of the Royal Library.Presented to the British Museum by George II in 1757 as part of the Old Royal Library. John with the eagle 'Sir John Mandeville' England

1594, d. 1612), eldest child of James I: his collection became part of the Royal Library.Presented to the British Museum by George II in 1757 as part of the Old Royal Library. Elijah, James and John 'Sir John Mandeville' England

(b. 1594, d. 1612), eldest child of James I: his collection became part of the Royal Library.Presented to the British Museum by George II in 1757 as part of the Old Royal Library. John the Baptist 'Sir John Mandeville' England

Wales (b. 1594, d. 1612), eldest child of James I: his collection became part of the Royal Library.Presented to the British Museum by George II in 1757 as part of the Old Royal Library. Prester John 'Sir John Mandeville' England

of a vessel, 15th-16th century (ff. 14v, 17v).Inscribed names of some members of the Osborne family: Harry, William, Anthony, Raff, John, and Thomas, 16th century? (f. 2).Edward Banister, recusant and patron of the arts, inscribed with his name (f. 1).John

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