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but 1698?), II, no. 6513 or 6523.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 .

miniature of pope John XII, at the beginning of chapter 7 of book 9. Contains the second translation of De casibus virorum illustrium of Boccaccio made by Laurent de Premierfait in 1409, and dedicated to Jean, duke of Berry. The

of the imprisonment of John of France, at the beginning of chapter 27 of book 9. Contains the second translation of De casibus virorum illustrium of Boccaccio made by Laurent de Premierfait in 1409, and dedicated to Jean, duke of

of pope John XII, with a partial border, at the beginning of chapter 7 of book 9. Contains the second translation of De casibus virorum illustrium of Boccaccio made by Laurent de Premierfait in 1409, and dedicated to Jean, duke

the imprisonment of John of France, with a partial border, at the beginning of chapter 27 of book 9. Contains the second translation of De casibus virorum illustrium of Boccaccio made by Laurent de Premierfait in 1409, and dedicated to

a full foliate border with John Morton's arms, at the beginning of Johannes de Giglis's Libellus de Canonizatione sanctorum. For other manuscripts owned by Morton see Arundel 435 and 454. 2 large initials in gold on blue and red grounds,

full foliate border with John Morton's arms, at the beginning of Johannes de Giglis's Libellus de Canonizatione sanctorum. For other manuscripts owned by Morton see Arundel 435 and 454. 2 large initials in gold on blue and red grounds, with

glossed codex of Justinian, book 6.6.4-6.14.2, imperfect, and bound with the recto as the verso, formerly used as a pastedown John Bagford: inscribed, probably by Frederic Madden, that this is 'A portion of Bagford's collection F. M.' (f. [iii]).Sir Hans

alternately red or blue. Fragment of a Psalter, with part of Psalms 11-13, with the recto bound as the verso John Bagford: inscribed, probably by Frederic Madden, that this is 'A portion of Bagford's collection F. M.' (f. [iii]).Sir Hans

notation on red four-line staves. Fragment of a Missal, with part of the Mass for the 18th Sunday after Trinity John Bagford: inscribed, probably by Frederic Madden, that this is 'A portion of Bagford's collection F. M.' (f. [iii]).Sir Hans

initials in red or blue. Musical notation on red 4-line staves. Fragment with Antiphons for the Nativity of the Lord John Bagford: inscribed, probably by Frederic Madden, that this is 'A portion of Bagford's collection F. M.' (f. [iii]).Sir Hans

44v). Large initials in gold on blue and red grounds, with foliate extensions into the margins. Libellus de Canonizatione sanctorum John Morton (d. 1500), administrator and archbishop of Canterbury: owned by him while bishop of Ely (1478-1486), perhaps when he

44v). Large initials in gold on blue and red grounds, with foliate extensions into the margins. Libellus de Canonizatione sanctorum John Morton (d. 1500), administrator and archbishop of Canterbury: owned by him while bishop of Ely (1478-1486), perhaps when he

44v). Large initials in gold on blue and red grounds, with foliate extensions into the margins. Libellus de Canonizatione sanctorum John Morton (d. 1500), administrator and archbishop of Canterbury: owned by him while bishop of Ely (1478-1486), perhaps when he

44v). Large initials in gold on blue and red grounds, with foliate extensions into the margins. Libellus de Canonizatione sanctorum John Morton (d. 1500), administrator and archbishop of Canterbury: owned by him while bishop of Ely (1478-1486), perhaps when he

Detail of decorated initial. Large initials in red with penwork decoration (ff. 52v, 54). From f. 76, large puzzle initials in red and black, large simple initials in red, and paraphs in red. Highlighting of letters in red. Miscellany,

Detail of puzzle initials. Large initials in red with penwork decoration (ff. 52v, 54). From f. 76, large puzzle initials in red and black, large simple initials in red, and paraphs in red. Highlighting of letters in red. Miscellany,

red. Lectionary, including the life and miracles of saint Kyneburga in Gloucester, imperfect The Augustinian priory of St Mary and John the Baptist, Lanthony : evidence of the liturgy (see Ker 1964). ? Richard Graves (b. 1677, d.1729), antiquary: note

a miniature of John the Baptist being taken to prison. Volume 4 of a set that includes Royal MS 18 D IX and Royal MS 18 D X; it is not known whether the third volume ever existed.Contains the second

of the beheading of John the Baptist. Volume 4 of a set that includes Royal MS 18 D IX and Royal MS 18 D X; it is not known whether the third volume ever existed.Contains the second edition of the

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