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the prologue by John Purvey, imperfect; the text starts 'Five and twenti bookis', and ends 'descendant in infernum viventes'.Catchwords and bifolium signatures. Some pointing hands in the margins, sometimes with annotations (e.g., f. 265). 1 miniature of John writing his

the prologue by John Purvey, imperfect; the text starts 'Five and twenti bookis', and ends 'descendant in infernum viventes'.Catchwords and bifolium signatures. Some pointing hands in the margins, sometimes with annotations (e.g., f. 265). 1 miniature of John writing his

the prologue by John Purvey, imperfect; the text starts 'Five and twenti bookis', and ends 'descendant in infernum viventes'.Catchwords and bifolium signatures. Some pointing hands in the margins, sometimes with annotations (e.g., f. 265). 1 miniature of John writing his

of saints, including David Chad, Winifred and John of Beverley 15th century (ff. 288-290), with an early 15th century initial pasted down (f. 290).Inscribed 'By me Cornishe Simpsone', 16th century (f. 291).? John Theyer (bap. 1598, d. 1673), antiquary: his

manuscriptorum Angliae et Hiberniae~ (Oxford: Sheldonian, '1697', but 1698?), no. 7746).Presented to the British Museum by George II in 1757 as part of the Old Royal Library. Virgin and Thomas Besforde John Lutton John Lutton Reading England, S. E. (Reading?)

of Anne of York.Part 2:Margaret Beauchamp (b. 1405/6, d. 1482), duchess of Somerset, daughter of John Beauchamp of Bletsoe, married to Sir Oliver St John,John Beaufort, and Lionel de Welles, 6th Baron Welles, probably made for her before 1443:

of Anne of York.Part 2:Margaret Beauchamp (b. 1405/6, d. 1482), duchess of Somerset, daughter of John Beauchamp of Bletsoe, married to Sir Oliver St John,John Beaufort, and Lionel de Welles, 6th Baron Welles, probably made for her before 1443:

'L' of the Martyrdom of John the Baptist with the executioner holding up the saint’s severed head. Italian cutting.The present cutting is boxed together with Add. 71119A-C and E-K (no f. I). To see this cutting in the Manuscripts Reading

of saints, including David Chad, Winifred and John of Beverley 15th century (ff. 288-290), with an early 15th century initial pasted down (f. 290).Inscribed 'By me Cornishe Simpsone', 16th century (f. 291).? John Theyer (bap. 1598, d. 1673), antiquary: his

of saints, including David Chad, Winifred and John of Beverley 15th century (ff. 288-290), with an early 15th century initial pasted down (f. 290).Inscribed 'By me Cornishe Simpsone', 16th century (f. 291).? John Theyer (bap. 1598, d. 1673), antiquary: his

of saints, including David Chad, Winifred and John of Beverley 15th century (ff. 288-290), with an early 15th century initial pasted down (f. 290).Inscribed 'By me Cornishe Simpsone', 16th century (f. 291).? John Theyer (bap. 1598, d. 1673), antiquary: his

of saints, including David Chad, Winifred and John of Beverley 15th century (ff. 288-290), with an early 15th century initial pasted down (f. 290).Inscribed 'By me Cornishe Simpsone', 16th century (f. 291).? John Theyer (bap. 1598, d. 1673), antiquary: his

manuscriptorum Angliae et Hiberniae~ (Oxford: Sheldonian, '1697', but 1698?), no. 7746).Presented to the British Museum by George II in 1757 as part of the Old Royal Library. Virgin and Thomas Besforde John Lutton John Lutton Reading England, S. E. (Reading?)

Blue initial 'A'(fter) with red pen-flourishing at the beginning of John, verse 5. Later version of Wycliffite gospels with prologues. Imperfect, wanting Matt. I: 20 - 8. 26 and John 20: 28 to the end.A red star is affixed to

Edward II (r. 1307, d. 1337) Oxford, Queen's College, early 16th century: perhaps the manuscript John Bale saw in Queen's College and subsequently owned (see John Bale, ~Index Britanniae Scriptorum [Oxford, Bodl. Libr. MS. Selden Supra 64 (SC3452)]~, ed. by

to the large initial below, in colours and gold (f. 3). Large initial with the standing figure of the pope John XXII, in colours and gold (f. 59v). Large decorated foliate initials, some including human heads or half-length figures, in

to the large initial below, in colours and gold (f. 3). Large initial with the standing figure of the pope John XXII, in colours and gold (f. 59v). Large decorated foliate initials, some including human heads or half-length figures, in

'Henry Swynbourne' (f. 73); 'William erosl' (?) (f. 138v); 'John Maks' (f. 174).Inscription: 'Robert Willmer' and 'RW' with the date 'June 1620' (f. 55v).17th-century inscriptions: 'Anthony Chest' and 'Anthony Chester', and 'John Ch Chester' (upper pastedown).Richard Temple-Nugent-Brydges-Chandos-Grenville (b. 1776, d.

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