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depicting Sir John Mandeville as a witness to foreign marvels, here: the city of Constantinople Written in a Norfolk dialect. Combination of the beginning of text B with the end of text A (Doyle, 1986).Made in a vertical quarto shape,

Sir John Mandeville meditates on the Church of St. Nicholas in Bethlehem, where the Virgin Mary milked her overflowing breasts onto red marble stones. Written in a Norfolk dialect. Combination of the beginning of text B with the end of

depicting Sir John Mandeville witnessing the griffins of Bacharia. Written in a Norfolk dialect. Combination of the beginning of text B with the end of text A (Doyle, 1986).Made in a vertical quarto shape, perhaps for travel or for carrying:

gold and silver, before the beginning of John. The shelfmark 'AII' and the title on the fore-edge in Latin in black ink and '3' on the top edge of the leaves. Matthew and Mark were presumably 'AI'. 4 full-page frames

par la grace de dieu Roy de france et de naur(?)' (f. 1). John Callander (b. 1721 or after, d. 1789), antiquary: given by him to John MacGouan, F. R. S. (inscription, f. 1v).Charles Burney (b. 1757, d. 1817), D.D.,

at the beginning of John Capgrave's Life of Catherine. 1 large initial in red with pen-flourishing in brown (f. 1). Smaller initials in plain red. Capital letters highlighted in red. The Life of Catherine (ff. 1-117v), etc. Table for Easter

penwork decoration at the beginning of John Koukouzeles's Anagrammatismoi. Musical notation (with neumes). Foliate pink headpiece (f. 11). Small red or pink initials, some with penwork decoration. Anagrammatismoi for the principal feasts, and hymns, tropes, and other theological miscellanea ?

and decorated initial in John Chrysostom's Commentary in Matthaeum. ff. 1, 8, 137-138, and 180-187 are replacements in a 13th- (?) century hand. 3 pink foliate headpieces and large decorated pink initials (ff. 138v, 180v, and 187v) added in the

Lorde Jhesu Criste' (ff. 1-145); an anti-Lollard treatise Inscribed 'this is my name Richard Bruer' (f. 39). ? John Clark: inscribed 'John Clark' (ff. 53v, 79v, 120, 124v); 'scriptum per me Johannem Clarke' (f. 58v).Inscribed 'L'Aedry (?) Moulton' (f. 46v);

Lorde Jhesu Criste' (ff. 1-145); an anti-Lollard treatise Inscribed 'this is my name Richard Bruer' (f. 39). ? John Clark: inscribed 'John Clark' (ff. 53v, 79v, 120, 124v); 'scriptum per me Johannem Clarke' (f. 58v).Inscribed 'L'Aedry (?) Moulton' (f. 46v);

at the beginning of John Lydgate's Guydo de Warwih. 19 small initials in blue with red pen-flourishing at the beginning of the poems (ff. 3, 18v, 28, 35, 41v, 51, 61v, 67, 79, 81, 83v, 85v, 88v, 90, 91v, 96,

Lorde Jhesu Criste' (ff. 1-145); an anti-Lollard treatise Inscribed 'this is my name Richard Bruer' (f. 39). ? John Clark: inscribed 'John Clark' (ff. 53v, 79v, 120, 124v); 'scriptum per me Johannem Clarke' (f. 58v).Inscribed 'L'Aedry (?) Moulton' (f. 46v);

Lorde Jhesu Criste' (ff. 1-145); an anti-Lollard treatise Inscribed 'this is my name Richard Bruer' (f. 39). ? John Clark: inscribed 'John Clark' (ff. 53v, 79v, 120, 124v); 'scriptum per me Johannem Clarke' (f. 58v).Inscribed 'L'Aedry (?) Moulton' (f. 46v);

Lorde Jhesu Criste' (ff. 1-145); an anti-Lollard treatise Inscribed 'this is my name Richard Bruer' (f. 39). ? John Clark: inscribed 'John Clark' (ff. 53v, 79v, 120, 124v); 'scriptum per me Johannem Clarke' (f. 58v).Inscribed 'L'Aedry (?) Moulton' (f. 46v);

zodiacal signs for November and December in the Calendar, and John the Evangelist writing the Apocalypse, with his martyrdom in the bas-de-page, at the beginning of the Gospels. 24 small miniatures with the labour of the month and the zodiacal

red or a yellow wash, or both. Medical miscellany, including Liber medicinarum (ff. 1-143); Fistula in Ano (ff. 143-144) Inscription: 'John azdmina ? (f. 108).Inscription: 'George ffelton' (f. 170, upside down).Sir Hans Sloane (b. 1660, d. 1753), baronet, physician and

in blue. Line-fillers in red. Illustration in brown (ff. 154, 164, 268v, 283, 283v). Surgery, imperfect Various inscriptions 'John Jonson' ; 'John Ayllyff (?); 'William Loibce (?) (f. 314v).Sir Hans Sloane (b. 1660, d. 1753), baronet, physician and collector: his

in Anglicum translatus Anno domini millesimo cccc^mo^ x^o^ per capellanum Johannem' (f. 52v).Family of Leventhorpe, 15th-century: 'Leonard Leventhorpe', 'Thomas Leventhorpe', 'John Leventhorpe' (f. 53v).Sir Hans Sloane (b. 1660, d. 1753), baronet, physician and collector: see his list of manuscripts in

gold and silver, before the beginning of John. The shelfmark 'AII' and the title on the fore-edge in Latin in black ink and '3' on the top edge of the leaves. Matthew and Mark were presumably 'AI'. 4 full-page frames

'I(n) with bird heads, at the beginning of John. The shelfmark 'AII' and the title on the fore-edge in Latin in black ink and '3' on the top edge of the leaves. Matthew and Mark were presumably 'AI'. 4 full-page

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