De Simplicitate Christianae Vitae, preceded by the Epistola, as in the Cologne edition, 1550, and followed by a sermon on John, iv, 1, preached on 9 June, 1495 (f.101). Volume from the library at Slains Castle. Notes on the manuscript
of the French paraphrase by Laurence Premierfait of Bocacios's work De casibus Virorum et Feminarum illustrium by John Lydgate. ff.4-187. Printed by John Wayland, fol. London, No date. 4 4. A prophecy of events in English History, relating to the
A 2464 British Library, London 67 images. Date(s) XV Century Author(s) [Philip of Paris, Johannes Hispalensis, John Lydgate] Collection(s) Part One: Medieval Manuscripts from the Sloane and Additional Manuscripts, Section A Manuscript Number 2464 Source Library British Library, London Description
several pages. Subsequently it passed into the possession of the Sebright family, and at the sale of part of Sir John Sebright's library in 1807 (lot 1190) it was bought by Richard Heber, from whom it passed (sale-cat. 1836, lot
of the first three homilies is given (P.L., xciv, 34-36, 38-41, 22-23, 120-125). On ff. 89-90v is a homily on John, i. 1-2, apparently not by Bede, beg. 'Oportet nos, fratres karissimi', and ending 'Illud verbum, quod erat in principio
f. 68 b. 40 40. Indulgence of Clement V. for the gospel (cursus avangelii) of St. John. f. 69. 41 41. Indulgence of John XXII. (1317) for the psalter of St. Mary. f. 70 b. 42 42. Memoriale for St.
copy the concluding passage, which in Roy. 17 C. viii. (f. 335 b) asks the reader to pray "for frcero John saule of Waldby" who made pis tale in latyn right," and also "for William saule of Nassyngton" Who "
B 36,523 British Library, London 96 images. Date(s) Middle of xv. cent Author(s) [Adam Davy, John Lydgate, F. S. Ellis] Collection(s) Part Two: Medieval Manuscripts from the Additional Manuscripts, Section B Manuscript Number 36,523 Source Library British Library, London Description
appended, "quod Thomas Rytte," is probably only that of a scribe. In Sloaue 5, f. 18, is another translation by John Lelamour. The herbals in English printed by R. Wyer (undated) under the name Macer are a different work .
ix-x10, with signatures. The following names occur: Thomas Musgrave (f.4), Nicholas Berbour (f.68b, and f.111b) Edward Burbecke, Jane Lawson and John Empson. Presented by Dr Charles Morton, 15 Mar. 1757. "Uryne browne with a blake rynge is signe of dethe."
moral treatises, poems, etc., in Latin and English, viz.:— Paper and vellum; ff. 228. xvth cent. With book-plate of Rev. John Fuller Russell; and formerly belonging to Richard Heber (Sale, 1836, lot 821). The following names (17th-18th cent.) also are
blissed Trinite … I intende to transpose for myne owne lernynge a trettesse from Latyn into Englysch complied bi dan John Rusbroke"; and text, "Who so euer will lyffe in the moste perfytt state." Ends "and euer to praye for
whom, 17 Aug. [1801?], fromG[eorge] Ellis is inserted at the beginning (f. ii). A later owner was Sir Henry St. John Mildmay, Bart., of Dogmersfield, co. Sontht. (sale-cat.1907, lot 186; bookplate of Dogmerslield Library inside cover). "God for hys grace
of the Godhead; in prose. Imperfect. f.163. 41 41. The Abbey of the Holy Ghost, often, but erroneously, ascribed to John Alcock, Bishop of Ely; in prose. Imperfect at the beginning, f. 165. 42 42. "A good tretis that men
Westminster School, perhaps, or the house at Chiswick) that is not mentioned in the articles between Dr. A Busby and John Angier." f.12. 4 4. Fragment of an Essay on Ambition by W. B. f.14. 5 5. Proceedings at a