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of John writing (f. 19)). 6 historiated initials in ochre with gold acanthus leaves of Christ appearing to the Mary Magdalene, the Virgin and Child in bust as the Apocalyptic Woman (f. 3v), Christ (f. 4v), the Virgin and John

of John on Patmos, with an angel standing behind him, in the lower foliate margin, at the beginning of the Hours of the Virgin. 6 full-page miniatures with full foliate borders including human figures and/or animals, in colours and gold,

of fragments from manuscripts and printed books, including maps and drawings, assembled in 64 volumes by the bookseller and antiquary John Bagford (b. 1650/51, d. 1716). During the 19th century, the drawings and printed book fragments from the volume were

of fragments from manuscripts and printed books, including maps and drawings, assembled in 64 volumes by the bookseller and antiquary John Bagford (b. 1650/51, d. 1716). 159 fragments from printed books were transferred from this volume to the Department of

of fragments from manuscripts and printed books, including maps and drawings, assembled in 64 volumes by the bookseller and antiquary John Bagford (b. 1650/51, d. 1716). 159 fragments from printed books were transferred from this volume to the Department of

and John Wywell, regarding rent of lands at Osgodby, county York, dated 26 October 18 Henry VIII [1526] (f. 90v).Brian Fairfax: record by Thomas Tanner in 1695 that it had belonged to him (see Burton 2004 p. xxvi). John Rushworth

of John the Baptist. For another Tudor Book of Hours with royal autographs see Additional 17012, which contains the autographs of Henry VII, Elizabeth of York, Henry VIII, and Catherine of Aragon. 24 scatter borders in the calendar, historiated with

the French throne receiving his crown, robe, helm, sword and shield, with mounted knights in the lower border (f. 2). John Tyson, 15th century: inscribed with his name (f. 141).John Dee (b. 1527, d. 1609), mathematician, astrologer, and antiquary: a

of the Theatines, founded in Rome in 1524]: late-16th century book stamp (entirely effaced): 'BIBLIOTECAE S. ANDREAE ROMAE' (f. 2). John Wright, librarian to George Henry Hay, 7th earl of Kinnoull and husband of Abigail, youngest daughter of Robert Harley:

of John writing (f. 19)). 6 historiated initials in ochre with gold acanthus leaves of Christ appearing to the Mary Magdalene, the Virgin and Child in bust as the Apocalyptic Woman (f. 3v), Christ (f. 4v), the Virgin and John

of John the Baptist and a scatter border. For another Tudor Book of Hours with royal autographs see Additional 17012, which contains the autographs of Henry VII, Elizabeth of York, Henry VIII, and Catherine of Aragon. 24 scatter borders in

of John the Evangelist and a scatter border. For another Tudor Book of Hours with royal autographs see Additional 17012, which contains the autographs of Henry VII, Elizabeth of York, Henry VIII, and Catherine of Aragon. 24 scatter borders in

the Trinity (using masculine forms) (f. 7r-v); f. 8r-v is ruled, otherwise blank; Gospel extracts (ff. 9-12v); the Passion narrative (John 18:1-19:42), followed by a prayer (ff. 13-19); the Hours of the Virgin, with the Hours of the Cross and

(using masculine forms) (f. 7r-v); f. 8r-v is ruled, otherwise blank; Gospel extracts (ff. 9-12v); the Passion narrative (John 18:1-19:42), followed by a prayer (ff. 13-19); the Hours of the Virgin, with the Hours of the Cross and of the

the Trinity (using masculine forms) (f. 7r-v); f. 8r-v is ruled, otherwise blank; Gospel extracts (ff. 9-12v); the Passion narrative (John 18:1-19:42), followed by a prayer (ff. 13-19); the Hours of the Virgin, with the Hours of the Cross and

the Trinity (using masculine forms) (f. 7r-v); f. 8r-v is ruled, otherwise blank; Gospel extracts (ff. 9-12v); the Passion narrative (John 18:1-19:42), followed by a prayer (ff. 13-19); the Hours of the Virgin, with the Hours of the Cross and

the Trinity (using masculine forms) (f. 7r-v); f. 8r-v is ruled, otherwise blank; Gospel extracts (ff. 9-12v); the Passion narrative (John 18:1-19:42), followed by a prayer (ff. 13-19); the Hours of the Virgin, with the Hours of the Cross and

the Trinity (using masculine forms) (f. 7r-v); f. 8r-v is ruled, otherwise blank; Gospel extracts (ff. 9-12v); the Passion narrative (John 18:1-19:42), followed by a prayer (ff. 13-19); the Hours of the Virgin, with the Hours of the Cross and

the Trinity (using masculine forms) (f. 7r-v); f. 8r-v is ruled, otherwise blank; Gospel extracts (ff. 9-12v); the Passion narrative (John 18:1-19:42), followed by a prayer (ff. 13-19); the Hours of the Virgin, with the Hours of the Cross and

the Trinity (using masculine forms) (f. 7r-v); f. 8r-v is ruled, otherwise blank; Gospel extracts (ff. 9-12v); the Passion narrative (John 18:1-19:42), followed by a prayer (ff. 13-19); the Hours of the Virgin, with the Hours of the Cross and

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