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details. Large initials in blue. Small initials in brown. Speculum humanae salvationis, with tabula, prohemium, and 45 chapters 15th-century inscription 'John west of new (?) Beryy' [in Berkshire?] (f. 1).15th-16th century inscription of a marriage bann (f. 1).Sir Hans Sloane

details. Large initials in blue. Small initials in brown. Speculum humanae salvationis, with tabula, prohemium, and 45 chapters 15th-century inscription 'John west of new (?) Beryy' [in Berkshire?] (f. 1).15th-16th century inscription of a marriage bann (f. 1).Sir Hans Sloane

details. Large initials in blue. Small initials in brown. Speculum humanae salvationis, with tabula, prohemium, and 45 chapters 15th-century inscription 'John west of new (?) Beryy' [in Berkshire?] (f. 1).15th-16th century inscription of a marriage bann (f. 1).Sir Hans Sloane

details. Large initials in blue. Small initials in brown. Speculum humanae salvationis, with tabula, prohemium, and 45 chapters 15th-century inscription 'John west of new (?) Beryy' [in Berkshire?] (f. 1).15th-16th century inscription of a marriage bann (f. 1).Sir Hans Sloane

details. Large initials in blue. Small initials in brown. Speculum humanae salvationis, with tabula, prohemium, and 45 chapters 15th-century inscription 'John west of new (?) Beryy' [in Berkshire?] (f. 1).15th-16th century inscription of a marriage bann (f. 1).Sir Hans Sloane

details. Large initials in blue. Small initials in brown. Speculum humanae salvationis, with tabula, prohemium, and 45 chapters 15th-century inscription 'John west of new (?) Beryy' [in Berkshire?] (f. 1).15th-16th century inscription of a marriage bann (f. 1).Sir Hans Sloane

details. Large initials in blue. Small initials in brown. Speculum humanae salvationis, with tabula, prohemium, and 45 chapters 15th-century inscription 'John west of new (?) Beryy' [in Berkshire?] (f. 1).15th-16th century inscription of a marriage bann (f. 1).Sir Hans Sloane

details. Large initials in blue. Small initials in brown. Speculum humanae salvationis, with tabula, prohemium, and 45 chapters 15th-century inscription 'John west of new (?) Beryy' [in Berkshire?] (f. 1).15th-16th century inscription of a marriage bann (f. 1).Sir Hans Sloane

details. Large initials in blue. Small initials in brown. Speculum humanae salvationis, with tabula, prohemium, and 45 chapters 15th-century inscription 'John west of new (?) Beryy' [in Berkshire?] (f. 1).15th-16th century inscription of a marriage bann (f. 1).Sir Hans Sloane

folio. Anol. 1637' (f. 181v).Sir Hans Sloane (b. 1660, d. 1753), baronet, physician and collector. Purchased as part of the Sloane collection from Sloane's executors and incorporated into the newly founded British Museum in 1753. Surgical procedure John Arderne England

folio. Anol. 1637' (f. 181v).Sir Hans Sloane (b. 1660, d. 1753), baronet, physician and collector. Purchased as part of the Sloane collection from Sloane's executors and incorporated into the newly founded British Museum in 1753. Surgical procedure John Arderne England

4 folio. Anol. 1637' (f. 181v).Sir Hans Sloane (b. 1660, d. 1753), baronet, physician and collector. Purchased as part of the Sloane collection from Sloane's executors and incorporated into the newly founded British Museum in 1753. Diagram John Arderne England

Sheldonian, '1697', but 1698?), II, no. 6478.Robert Scott (b. c. 1632, d. 1709/10), London bookseller: included in the catalogue of John Theyer's manuscripts in his possession, made in 1678 by William Beveridge and William Jane, Royal Appendix, 70, no. 255.Charles

with human heads. Commentary on the Psalms John Russell, fellow of Merton College, Oxford, and a prebendary of Peterborough Cathedral, author of the ~Proposals for Printing the Holy Bible~, (1721): his initials, 'J[ohn] R[ussell]' and note numbering the manuscript as

of John with his Evangelist symbol, the eagle. 3 diptychs of full-page miniatures with foliate borders, in colours and gold, inserted as a separate quire after the calendar (ff. 18v-21). 37 full-page miniatures in semi-grisaille against coloured backgrounds, with large

hand at the beginning of book 6 of the Polychronicon. John Trevisa (b. c.1342, d. in or before 1402) completed his translation of the Polychronicon in April 1387. Contains a few diagrams (e.g., f. 128v). Catchwords. Large puzzle initials in

1; see Wright 1972).Henry Gate, c. 1600: his name (original flyleaf after f. 57; see Wright 1972).? John Edwards, 17th-century: the inscription 'John Edwards his writing' (f. 9v).The Harley Collection, formed by Robert Harley (b. 1661, d. 1724), 1st earl

red or blue. Cadels. De planctu naturae (ff. 2-53v), Forma dictandi (ff. 54-66v), Philobiblon (ff. 67-109v), Contra luxuriam (ff. 110-130v), John of Limoges' Sompniale dilucidarium Pharonis (ff. 131-166) William Welde, abbot of St. Augustine's, Canterbury from 1387 to 1405: his

(f. 193v) in the same hand as numerous marginal notes.f. 233v has two receipes for jaundice in a 16th-century. ? John Allen (b. 1660?, d. 1741), physician: 18th-century inscription 'Geo (?) Alleyn' (f. 234v).Sir Hans Sloane (b. 1660, d. 1753),

(f. 193v) in the same hand as numerous marginal notes.f. 233v has two receipes for jaundice in a 16th-century. ? John Allen (b. 1660?, d. 1741), physician: 18th-century inscription 'Geo (?) Alleyn' (f. 234v).Sir Hans Sloane (b. 1660, d. 1753),

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