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d'Alexandre) (index De Rebus Gestis Alexandri Magni; Historia Alexandri Magni) Philippe de Cluis (Cluys), Knight of the Order of Saint John of Jerusalem and Bailiff of the Morea: purchased by him in 1475: dated inscription (f. 13); the arms of

d'Alexandre) (index De Rebus Gestis Alexandri Magni; Historia Alexandri Magni) Philippe de Cluis (Cluys), Knight of the Order of Saint John of Jerusalem and Bailiff of the Morea: purchased by him in 1475: dated inscription (f. 13); the arms of

Circular diagram of the division of the world between Shem, Ham and Japhet. Contents very similar to Harley 2332.Prologue to a letter from St Louis to King Charles in Middle English (f. 22v). 12 calendar pages with tinted drawings

Calendar page for March with a man trimming vines (the labour of the month), a ram (Aries), David's harp, saints Gregory, Edward, Cuthbert, Benedict, and a fleur-de-lis (for the Annunciation). Contents very similar to Harley 2332.Prologue to a letter

Detail of historiated initial 'U' with an angel holding a book. 2 historiated initials in colours (ff. 1, 2). Small simple initials in red, green, or blue. Epistola de vita S. Dunstani; Life of St Dunstan The Benedictine cathedral

Harley (b. 1689, d. 1741), 2nd earl of Oxford and Mortimer, book collector and patron of the arts; purchased through John Gibson (fl. 1720-26); the manuscript probably arrived at the library in June 1726 (see Wright 1976, p. 468). Edward

in red. Topography of Ireland, the Bull 'Laudabiliter' (f. 48), and various short religious texts (index Topographia Hiberniae, Topographia Hibernica) John Warburton (b. 1682, d. 1759), of Bury, county Lancashire, antiquary and herald, Somerset Herald in 1720: acquired by Harley

in red. Topography of Ireland, the Bull 'Laudabiliter' (f. 48), and various short religious texts (index Topographia Hiberniae, Topographia Hibernica) John Warburton (b. 1682, d. 1759), of Bury, county Lancashire, antiquary and herald, Somerset Herald in 1720: acquired by Harley

in red. Topography of Ireland, the Bull 'Laudabiliter' (f. 48), and various short religious texts (index Topographia Hiberniae, Topographia Hibernica) John Warburton (b. 1682, d. 1759), of Bury, county Lancashire, antiquary and herald, Somerset Herald in 1720: acquired by Harley

in red. Topography of Ireland, the Bull 'Laudabiliter' (f. 48), and various short religious texts (index Topographia Hiberniae, Topographia Hibernica) John Warburton (b. 1682, d. 1759), of Bury, county Lancashire, antiquary and herald, Somerset Herald in 1720: acquired by Harley

in red. Topography of Ireland, the Bull 'Laudabiliter' (f. 48), and various short religious texts (index Topographia Hiberniae, Topographia Hibernica) John Warburton (b. 1682, d. 1759), of Bury, county Lancashire, antiquary and herald, Somerset Herald in 1720: acquired by Harley

red or blue. Rubrics in red. Capitals marked in red. Sermones in evangelium S. Johannis (Sermons on the Gospel of John) Colophon: inscribed, 'Explicit Liber Tractatuum Beati Augustini Episcopi in Evangelium Sancti Iohannis Evangeliste, 1477' (f. 226).Nathaniel Noel (fl. 1681,

Historiated initial 'Q'(ui) of Christ carrying the cross. Horizontal catchwords.Ruled in hard point. 1 historiated initial in gold and colours of Christ carrying the cross at the beginning of the first book (f. 3v). 3 large initials in red

Headpiece and decorated initial at the beginning of the text. Watermark of an angel, see C. M. Briquet, ~Les Filigranes: Dictionnaire historique des marques du papier dès leur apparition vers 1282 jusqu'en 1600~, A Facsimile of the 1907 edition

Colophon of Johannes Jacobus de Balbis and ownership inscription of Cornelius Balbus. Vertical catchwords.f. 70 is a blank, ruled paper leaf with a 16th- or 17th- century(?) inscription. 1 large blue initial with red pen-flourishing (f. 1). 13 smaller

Initial 'N'(aso) and unidentified arms in the lower margin. A large piece of paper has been torn off at the top of f. 1. 1 large initial in gold on a blue ground with an unidentified coat of arms

Initial 'H' with pen-work decoration. Watermark of a basilisk with no direct comparison in C. M. Briquet, ~Les Filigranes: Dictionnaire historique des marques du papier dès leur apparition vers 1282 jusqu'en 1600~, A Facsimile of the 1907 edition with

Historiated initial 'Q'(uantum) with foliate extensions and a man in academic dress (probably Aristotle). f. 1* is a paper flyleaf with a table of contents.Vertical catchwords. 1 large initial in colours with foliate extensions and a man in academic

colours and gold (ff. 25, 51v, 74v, 96, 118, 144, 169v, 193, 210v). Display script. De Secundo Bello Punico Inscription: 'John Peachey London 1772' (2nd fllyleaf [f. iv]).James Peachey (b. c. 1722, d. 1808), Bart of Westdean: his book-plate (inside

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