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also established the British Museum; the Harley manuscripts form one of the foundation collections of the British Library: inscribed by Edward Harley, 'Oxford BH, Dec 1738' (f. 2). Decorated initials John Shirley John Shirley Geoffrey Chaucer Leicester England, Central (Leicester)

also established the British Museum; the Harley manuscripts form one of the foundation collections of the British Library: inscribed by Edward Harley, 'Oxford BH, Dec 1738' (f. 2). Text page John Shirley John Shirley Geoffrey Chaucer Leicester England, Central (Leicester)

also established the British Museum; the Harley manuscripts form one of the foundation collections of the British Library: inscribed by Edward Harley, 'Oxford BH, Dec 1738' (f. 2). Decorated initial John Shirley John Shirley Geoffrey Chaucer Leicester England, Central (Leicester)

the beginning of the text, possibly with an author portrait of the Dominican John of Genoa at a desk, with a blue weight on a cord over the edge, and an illuminated foliate initial. 1 full band and bar border,

Small miniatures with God the Father, Michael, John the Baptist, John the Evangelist, and foliate compartiment borders, in the suffrages. Offprints of pilgrim badges (upper and lower parchment flyleaves which faced the original binding).Backhouse 2004 located the manuscript to the

of the beheading of John the Baptist. Italian cuttings.The present cuttings are kept in two boxes with Add. 18197, ff. B-F and G, I-M (there is no f. J). To see these cuttings in the Manuscripts Reading Room order Add.

a hawk (hawking is the labour of the month), twins (Gemini), Philip and Jacob, a papal cross (Alexander), John before the gate, John of Beverlaco. Contents very similar to Harley 2332.Prologue to a letter from St Louis to King Charles

the notes of John Ruskin in the margins. Ecphonetic notation.ff. 2-73 are misbound before, instead of after, ff. 76-155.f. i is the inside upper cover; f. ii is the inside lower cover. Small headpieces in gold. Large initials in colours

and the marginal notes of John Ruskin. Ecphonetic notation.ff. 2-73 are misbound before, instead of after, ff. 76-155.f. i is the inside upper cover; f. ii is the inside lower cover. Small headpieces in gold. Large initials in colours and

on the right the notes of John Ruskin of the 'Names of the Companions accepted, forming St George's Company, March 1876'. Ecphonetic notation.ff. 2-73 are misbound before, instead of after, ff. 76-155.f. i is the inside upper cover; f. ii

and rubrics in red at the beginning of books. Initials, running titles and marginal scholia in red. Odyssey Written by John Rhosos of Crete (d. 1498): see Gamillscheg and Harlfinger 1981.The Tornabuoni family of Florence, owned in the 15th century:

marked with red. Baarlam et Josaphat, imperfect John Batteley (b. 1647, d. 1708), Church of England clergyman and antiquary: sold to Edward Harley with the rest of his collection through his nephew John Batteley on 5 November 1723 (f. 1).The

Henry VIII, and the beginning of John Croke's English translation of Psalms. A very small girdle book, bound in gold.John Croke was one of the clerks in Chancery.Contents: ff. 2-5: Veni Creator; ff. 6-68v: seven Penitential Psalms followed by the

Egerton, 8th Earl of Bridgewater (b. 1756, d. 1829), founder of the collection. John Chrysostom The scribe of the Ferrara Strabo The scribe of the Ferrara Strabo John Chrysostom (index Johannes Chrysostomus), translated by Georgius Trapezuntius (index George of Trebizond)

a foliate initial 'C'(omme) and a full border containing the arms of John Donne, at the beginning of the Romance of Sydrac and Boctus. Includes the Romance of Sydrac and Boctus (ff. 1-113v) and a treatise on the Seven Deadly

of Sir John Radcliffe of Atteleborough (b. 1452, d. 1496), Norfolk: inscribed, adjacent to the shield ‘Thys boke gyften to my lady beaumoun be har lovftng moder margaret ffytz wauter w^t^ all my hart’ (f. 107 [p. 213]). John Stow

of Sir John Radcliffe of Atteleborough (b. 1452, d. 1496), Norfolk: inscribed, adjacent to the shield ‘Thys boke gyften to my lady beaumoun be har lovftng moder margaret ffytz wauter w^t^ all my hart’ (f. 107 [p. 213]). John Stow

of Sir John Radcliffe of Atteleborough (b. 1452, d. 1496), Norfolk: inscribed, adjacent to the shield ‘Thys boke gyften to my lady beaumoun be har lovftng moder margaret ffytz wauter w^t^ all my hart’ (f. 107 [p. 213]). John Stow

of Sir John Radcliffe of Atteleborough (b. 1452, d. 1496), Norfolk: inscribed, adjacent to the shield ‘Thys boke gyften to my lady beaumoun be har lovftng moder margaret ffytz wauter w^t^ all my hart’ (f. 107 [p. 213]). John Stow

of Sir John Radcliffe of Atteleborough (b. 1452, d. 1496), Norfolk: inscribed, adjacent to the shield ‘Thys boke gyften to my lady beaumoun be har lovftng moder margaret ffytz wauter w^t^ all my hart’ (f. 107 [p. 213]). John Stow

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