218, LP 6960 (McIntosh, Samuels and Benskin 1986, vol. 4, p. 196). An early fifteenth-century copy of John Mirk's Festial . ff. 1r-32v John Mirk Festial (IPMEP 734 ) 'Ne dar þe noþyng drede'. 'grete peyne þu schalt childe bere
ista anglie confinia ita quod fere omnes turbarentur in lectis'. Good. On f. 1r: ' John nycholas owethe this book' and again on f. 214v: 'John nycholas owethe this book 1576'. Other names on f. 214v: ' dominus thomas browne
the original manuscript), 'Heare begynneth ye [... ] booke of cresyse'. Good Unknown John Boyce - Sixteenth century: F. i verso - 'Jhon boyce'. F. 21r 'John b'. Nineteenth century?: Owned by Sir Henry Spelman - name written on back
of ownership on ff. 13r and 181v where the name John Paunteley along with the date 1412 is written. However, this could just be an attribution of the texts. John Paunteley was a monk of Gloucester, ordained deacon and priest
z-shaped ȝ used regularly. Body height: 2 mm. Illuminated by the scribe, John Lacy. Thirty-seven of forty-two miniatures survive. On f. 16v is a half-page miniature depicting John Lacy in his anchorhold watching the crucifixion (Hanna 2002, plate IV). Below
distinct booklet. Talbot 1967, p. 188. ff. 21r-23r John of Burgundy A Noble Tretis for Medicina Agenst the Pestilence (IPMEP 659 ) 'Here begynnes a nobill tretys made of a nobill fisicyane john of burdeux for medecyne agayne þe pestilence
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
these texts (1986, p. 199). Paues assigns a 'Southern' dialect to the Prologue, Peter, James, 1 John and the Pauline Epistles whilst 2-3 John, Jude, Matthew and the Acts are 'Midland with a more or less strong intermixture of Southern
Harley 1260, f. 166r. f. 69r-v Indulgence of Clement V for the gospel (curus evangelii) of St. John Latin ff. 69v-70r Indulgence of John XXII (1317) for the psalter of St. Mary. Latin ff. 70v-71r Memoriale for St. Mary 'De
of verbs 'Partes oracionis quot sunt octo'. 'I loue thu louest he loueth amo amas amat'. Latin English ff. 5r-7v John Leylond? Accidence/Liber Accidencium (IPMEP 308.B ) and (IPMEP 350 ) 'In how many maners schalt thou bygynne to make
to local saints (Edden 2000, p. 58). Inscriptions on the penultimate flyleaf refer to 'Johannes More, Mildenham Wygornie' referring to John More , Prior of Worcester, 1499-1507 and Thomas Meldenham , prior of Worcester 1499-1507 (Edden 2000, p. 58). See
239). A mid fifteenth-century (c. 1420-1426) collection of devotional and didactic texts with some in Latin, compiled by the author, John Audelay . ff. 1r-2r Instructions in Christian Living ( IMEV *39 ) 'In hel ne purgatore non oþer plase'.
kyngys of coleyne primo die Januare anno domini millesimo ccccxlij'. English prose abridgement of the Historia SS. Trium Regum of John of Hildesheim, c. 1400. The text is collated and described in Horstmann 1886. ff. 216ra-255ra Titus and Vespasian (IMEV
ed, 1980. The Travels of Sir John Mandeville: Facsimile of Pynson s Edition of 1496 , Exeter Medieval English Texts and Studies, Exeter: University of Exeter. Seymour, M. C. 1994. Sir John Mandeville , in Seymour, M.
; f. 68v (eighteenth century) - Nicholas Berbour ; f. 111v (nineteenth century) - Edward Burbecke , Jane Lawson , John Empson ; ff. 108r-109r - recipes in the hand of Nicholas Watson , surgeon to Sir William Hylton ,
182. He also added other Latin titles to books and some comments in the margins. F. 57v top margin - 'John (d?)ampaed/ oth this booke' and top left 'the man is blest that has not g__ '. F. 58r carrie
later/near contemporary hand. 'Marke this well & take' written on p. 16 in a fifteenth/sixteenth century hand. Good Unknown ' John heghse_d I let the _ now þ at last hoste I ponde a now' written in a sixteenth-century? hand
Graunge'. F. 118v - 'T plegges ffor stemulus conciencie In latyn a sequenciarie a lytyl book of a treteys of John of Burdews and a Rolle of al þe cete of Rome et aliis'. A Johannes Graunge also owned Cambridge,
Choosing of Matthias (IMEV 409 ) Part of the Southern Passion . f. 34r South English Legendary: Concerning Peter and John (IMEV 3767 ) Part of the Southern Passion . f.34v South English Legendary: Ascension (IMEV 126 ) Part of
Latin Ward 1910, pp. 116-155. ff. 155r-156r Notes on an epistle of St. John: Ad Paulinum 'Frater ambrosius'. Latin ff. 156r-157r Notes on an epistle of St. John: Ad Desiderium 'Desiderii mei'. References to 'biblia regis offe que est Wygorn.'