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by Jean Galopes, dean of Saint-Louis de la Saussaye (diocese of Evreux), chaplain of Henry V of England, and of John, duke of Bedford, were composed for Henry V probably c. 1420. Another contemporary copy of this text is Cambridge,

by Jean Galopes, dean of Saint-Louis de la Saussaye (diocese of Evreux), chaplain of Henry V of England, and of John, duke of Bedford, were composed for Henry V probably c. 1420. Another contemporary copy of this text is Cambridge,

by Jean Galopes, dean of Saint-Louis de la Saussaye (diocese of Evreux), chaplain of Henry V of England, and of John, duke of Bedford, were composed for Henry V probably c. 1420. Another contemporary copy of this text is Cambridge,

by Jean Galopes, dean of Saint-Louis de la Saussaye (diocese of Evreux), chaplain of Henry V of England, and of John, duke of Bedford, were composed for Henry V probably c. 1420. Another contemporary copy of this text is Cambridge,

by Jean Galopes, dean of Saint-Louis de la Saussaye (diocese of Evreux), chaplain of Henry V of England, and of John, duke of Bedford, were composed for Henry V probably c. 1420. Another contemporary copy of this text is Cambridge,

by Jean Galopes, dean of Saint-Louis de la Saussaye (diocese of Evreux), chaplain of Henry V of England, and of John, duke of Bedford, were composed for Henry V probably c. 1420. Another contemporary copy of this text is Cambridge,

by Jean Galopes, dean of Saint-Louis de la Saussaye (diocese of Evreux), chaplain of Henry V of England, and of John, duke of Bedford, were composed for Henry V probably c. 1420. Another contemporary copy of this text is Cambridge,

by Jean Galopes, dean of Saint-Louis de la Saussaye (diocese of Evreux), chaplain of Henry V of England, and of John, duke of Bedford, were composed for Henry V probably c. 1420. Another contemporary copy of this text is Cambridge,

by Jean Galopes, dean of Saint-Louis de la Saussaye (diocese of Evreux), chaplain of Henry V of England, and of John, duke of Bedford, were composed for Henry V probably c. 1420. Another contemporary copy of this text is Cambridge,

by Jean Galopes, dean of Saint-Louis de la Saussaye (diocese of Evreux), chaplain of Henry V of England, and of John, duke of Bedford, were composed for Henry V probably c. 1420. Another contemporary copy of this text is Cambridge,

by Jean Galopes, dean of Saint-Louis de la Saussaye (diocese of Evreux), chaplain of Henry V of England, and of John, duke of Bedford, were composed for Henry V probably c. 1420. Another contemporary copy of this text is Cambridge,

by Jean Galopes, dean of Saint-Louis de la Saussaye (diocese of Evreux), chaplain of Henry V of England, and of John, duke of Bedford, were composed for Henry V probably c. 1420. Another contemporary copy of this text is Cambridge,

by Jean Galopes, dean of Saint-Louis de la Saussaye (diocese of Evreux), chaplain of Henry V of England, and of John, duke of Bedford, were composed for Henry V probably c. 1420. Another contemporary copy of this text is Cambridge,

the various books John Harefinch, in 1708: inscriptions 'John Harefinch His Booke 1708', twice, and 'John Harefinch' (f. 274v); 'John Harefinch His Book' (ff. 19v, 20, 47); 'John Harefinch is owner of this book' (f. 74); John Harefinch is the

to 1430), including John Page's poem 'The Siege of Rouen' (imperfect) John Awdeley: inscribed, 15th century, 'Jho John Awdeley squier' (f. 152). perhaps the younger brother of James Tuchet, 7th baron Audley (c. 1463- 1497); this John married an illegitemate

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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