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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

Leaf of a Psalter, in the Gallican version, including Psalms 26-32, imperfect, and bound with the recto 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

red pen-flourishing (f. 1). Capitals marked in yellow. List of capitula to Augustine's De civitate dei (index City of God) John Gibson (fl. 1720-1726), dealer; sold to Harley on 17 June 1721 (see ~Diary~ 1966; Wright 1972).The Harley Collection, formed

Historiated initial 'A'(d) of David in prayer, from the beginning of a Gradual. The leaf was taken out of Arundel 71 in 1947. 1 historiated initial, accompanied by a full trompe l'oeil border, in colours and gold (recto). Small

Detail of the last 4 staves of music and an inscription. The leaf was taken out of Arundel 71 in 1947. 1 historiated initial, accompanied by a full trompe l'oeil border, in colours and gold (recto). Small initials in

First page of the text, with the inscription of Thomas Cranmer (text bound with Royal 2 E. iii). Originally in 3 volumes, each containing the commentary to 50 Psalms, now in 2 volumes, Royal 2 E XIII and Royal

the marriage of John, king of Portugal to Philippa of Lancaster, with a full border, at the beginning of chapter 34 of book 5. Includes the third volume of the Recueil des croniques d’Engleterre of Jean of Wavrin, preceded by

of the marriage of John, king of Portugal to Philippa of Lancaster, at the beginning of chapter 34 of book 5. Includes the third volume of the Recueil des croniques d’Engleterre of Jean of Wavrin, preceded by a list of

council of King John of Castile. Includes the third volume of the Recueil des croniques d’Engleterre of Jean of Wavrin, preceded by a list of contents (ff. 1-9v). According to McKendrick (see McKendrick and Lowden 2011), copied by Jean Du

of the council of King John of Castile. Includes the third volume of the Recueil des croniques d’Engleterre of Jean of Wavrin, preceded by a list of contents (ff. 1-9v). According to McKendrick (see McKendrick and Lowden 2011), copied by

quadragesimal observance was originally written for John Russell, described as keeper of the privy seal (1473-83) and bishop of Lincoln (1480-94) (rubric on f. 2): the text therefore must date from 1480-83 when John Russell occupied both of these positions.

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

Decorated initial. Musical notation.For vol. 1, see Egerton 3311. For a third volume in the set, formerly in the possession of Major J. R. Abbey, see E. Ph. Goldschmidt, ~Gothic and Renaissance Bookbindings: Exemplified and Illustrated from the Author's

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

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

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