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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

Angliae), 1 Edward III to 3 Henry VII (ff. 50-350v), preceded by an alphabetical list of contents (ff. 1-49) ? John Gill/Gyll (b. c.1430, d. 1499), of Buckland, Hertfordshire, c.1488: with his arms in all the borders: ~sable~, two chevrons

Angliae), 1 Edward III to 3 Henry VII (ff. 50-350v), preceded by an alphabetical list of contents (ff. 1-49) ? John Gill/Gyll (b. c.1430, d. 1499), of Buckland, Hertfordshire, c.1488: with his arms in all the borders: ~sable~, two chevrons

Angliae), 1 Edward III to 3 Henry VII (ff. 50-350v), preceded by an alphabetical list of contents (ff. 1-49) ? John Gill/Gyll (b. c.1430, d. 1499), of Buckland, Hertfordshire, c.1488: with his arms in all the borders: ~sable~, two chevrons

Angliae), 1 Edward III to 3 Henry VII (ff. 50-350v), preceded by an alphabetical list of contents (ff. 1-49) ? John Gill/Gyll (b. c.1430, d. 1499), of Buckland, Hertfordshire, c.1488: with his arms in all the borders: ~sable~, two chevrons

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

Angliae), 1 Edward III to 3 Henry VII (ff. 50-350v), preceded by an alphabetical list of contents (ff. 1-49) ? John Gill/Gyll (b. c.1430, d. 1499), of Buckland, Hertfordshire, c.1488: with his arms in all the borders: ~sable~, two chevrons

Angliae), 1 Edward III to 3 Henry VII (ff. 50-350v), preceded by an alphabetical list of contents (ff. 1-49) ? John Gill/Gyll (b. c.1430, d. 1499), of Buckland, Hertfordshire, c.1488: with his arms in all the borders: ~sable~, two chevrons

Angliae), 1 Edward III to 3 Henry VII (ff. 50-350v), preceded by an alphabetical list of contents (ff. 1-49) ? John Gill/Gyll (b. c.1430, d. 1499), of Buckland, Hertfordshire, c.1488: with his arms in all the borders: ~sable~, two chevrons

Angliae), 1 Edward III to 3 Henry VII (ff. 50-350v), preceded by an alphabetical list of contents (ff. 1-49) ? John Gill/Gyll (b. c.1430, d. 1499), of Buckland, Hertfordshire, c.1488: with his arms in all the borders: ~sable~, two chevrons

Angliae), 1 Edward III to 3 Henry VII (ff. 50-350v), preceded by an alphabetical list of contents (ff. 1-49) ? John Gill/Gyll (b. c.1430, d. 1499), of Buckland, Hertfordshire, c.1488: with his arms in all the borders: ~sable~, two chevrons

Detail of the arms or the Urswick family and the motto 'Misericordia' in the lower border. The litany including saints Swithin, Dunstan, Edith, and Etheldreda.Watermark, f. 1, of a quartered coat of arms, similar to ~Monumenta Chartae Papyraceae, Historiam

Angliae), 1 Edward III to 3 Henry VII (ff. 50-350v), preceded by an alphabetical list of contents (ff. 1-49) ? John Gill/Gyll (b. c.1430, d. 1499), of Buckland, Hertfordshire, c.1488: with his arms in all the borders: ~sable~, two chevrons

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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