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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.

'D'(eus) of John the Baptist clad in animal skins, with a partial border of flowers, leaves, and a bird. 19th-century documents relating to the manuscript are kept as Yates Thompson 52, ff. 9-29. 12 calendar roundels in the lower margin,

historiated initial 'D'(eus) of John the Baptist clad in animal skins. 19th-century documents relating to the manuscript are kept as Yates Thompson 52, ff. 9-29. 12 calendar roundels in the lower margin, in colours and gold (ff. 1-12). 4 full-page

Miniature of a woman with a crown-like halo, a cross, and a chalice with the eucharist, with a full border in gold and colours with all' antica elements, at the beginning of the text. f. [ii] is a former

Miniature and full border in gold and colours with all' antica elements, at the beginning of the text. f. [ii] is a former pastedown.The letter concerning the death of Cardinal Theanensis (ff. 17-35v) was written in 1492.Vertical catchwords. Full

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

were probably sold in his sales of 2 or 15 April 1889, though they are not identifiable in the catalogues. John Malcolm of Poltalloch (b. 1805, d. 1893), art collector and landowner: purchased from him by the Department of Prints

were probably sold in his sales of 2 or 15 April 1889, though they are not identifiable in the catalogues. John Malcolm of Poltalloch (b. 1805, d. 1893), art collector and landowner: purchased from him by the Department of Prints

Includes the obit of John Aukland, prior of Durham, who died in 1494 (f. 13v).For a full description of the contents, see the Harley Catalogue. Large puzzle initials in red and blue. Large initials in blue. Smaller initials in red

by Halliwell-Phillipps, using the Bridgewater fund (£12,000 bequeathed in 1829 by Francis Henry Egerton, 8th Earl of Bridgewater (b. 1756, d. 1829). The world Johannes de Sacro Bosco (index Johannes de Sacrobosco, Iohannes de Sacro Bosco, John de Sacrobosco) England

Illuminated border with putti and a coat of arms, and the historiated initial 'M'(agna). f. [ii] is a former pastedown.The letter concerning the death of Cardinal Theanensis (ff. 17-35v) was written in 1492.Vertical catchwords. Full borders in gold and

Architectural border with a reclining figure holding a heart, and the illuminated initial 'R'(everendissime). f. [ii] is a former pastedown.The letter concerning the death of Cardinal Theanensis (ff. 17-35v) was written in 1492.Vertical catchwords. Full borders in gold and

Architectural border with a rose bush and the historiated initial: 'S'(aepe). f. [ii] is a former pastedown.The letter concerning the death of Cardinal Theanensis (ff. 17-35v) was written in 1492.Vertical catchwords. Full borders in gold and colours with all'

Foliate border with a seated, armed woman, and an historiated initial of a figure holding a shield: 'P'(ersuasistis). f. [ii] is a former pastedown.The letter concerning the death of Cardinal Theanensis (ff. 17-35v) was written in 1492.Vertical catchwords. Full

for £10,000 (a fraction of their contemporary value) under the Act of Parliament that also established the British Museum; the Harley manuscripts form one of the foundation collections of the British Library. Puzzle initial John Chrysostom (index Johannes Chrysostomus) England

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