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Lorde Jhesu Criste' (ff. 1-145); an anti-Lollard treatise Inscribed 'this is my name Richard Bruer' (f. 39). ? John Clark: inscribed 'John Clark' (ff. 53v, 79v, 120, 124v); 'scriptum per me Johannem Clarke' (f. 58v).Inscribed 'L'Aedry (?) Moulton' (f. 46v);

red or a yellow wash, or both. Medical miscellany, including Liber medicinarum (ff. 1-143); Fistula in Ano (ff. 143-144) Inscription: 'John azdmina ? (f. 108).Inscription: 'George ffelton' (f. 170, upside down).Sir Hans Sloane (b. 1660, d. 1753), baronet, physician and

arms of John de Vere. Catchwords decorated with scrolls; quire marks, pricking and ruling visible throughout. Decorated initial 'O' in blue with a full border of pink, green, and blue acanthus leaves with gold and foliate spray; John de Vere's

arms of John de Vere. Catchwords decorated with scrolls; quire marks, pricking and ruling visible throughout. Decorated initial 'O' in blue with a full border of pink, green, and blue acanthus leaves with gold and foliate spray; John de Vere's

Decorated initial 'D'(omine). John of Bridlington, who is included in the litany, was the last English saint to be canonised before the Reformation. He and John of Beverley, also mentioned in the litany, were believed by king Henry V to

the beginning of the text, possibly with an author portrait of the Dominican John of Genoa at a desk, with a blue weight on a cord over the edge, and an illuminated foliate initial. 1 full band and bar border,

hand similar to those in Oxford, Bodleian, Bodl. MS 585, which includes the Granarium of John Whethamstede, according to Howlett 1974 p. 199. 1 partial border and puzzle initial in blue and gold, with penwork flowers (f. 9). 1 puzzle

abridgment of Spanish history made in 1443 by Alonso or Alfonso Martinez de Toledo, Archpriest of Talavera, and chaplain to John II of Castille (see de Gayangos 1875).Bought by the British Museum, using the Bridgewater fund (£12,000 bequeathed in 1829

314).John Theyer (bap. 1598, d. 1673), antiquary: inscribed 'To pay for this and th'other volume xxv s 8 July 1650, John Theyer' 25 shillings' (f. 314v) and included in the catalogue of his library left to his grandson Charles Theyer

314).John Theyer (bap. 1598, d. 1673), antiquary: inscribed 'To pay for this and th'other volume xxv s 8 July 1650, John Theyer' 25 shillings' (see vol II: Royal 16 F VII,f. 314v) and included in the catalogue of his library

314).John Theyer (bap. 1598, d. 1673), antiquary: inscribed 'To pay for this and th'other volume xxv s 8 July 1650, John Theyer' 25 shillings' (f. 314v) and included in the catalogue of his library left to his grandson Charles Theyer

scribe of Cambridge University Library, Kk.1.17 and Cambridge, Corpus Christi College 274 (ff. i-48).Part 3 includes 'De muliere Chananaea' of John Chrysostom (ff. 57-62) and 'Miracula S. Letardi' of Goscelin (ff. 62v-64v), each written by a different hand. Initials in

'E' at the beginning of John. Ruled in hardpoint.Some mold damage, particularly at the end of the manuscript.Binding by Chapman (restored and rebacked). 4 headpieces in colour, one at the beginning of each Gospel (ff. 6, 94, 152, 242v). 4

the notes of John Ruskin in the margins. Ecphonetic notation.ff. 2-73 are misbound before, instead of after, ff. 76-155.f. i is the inside upper cover; f. ii is the inside lower cover. Small headpieces in gold. Large initials in colours

and the marginal notes of John Ruskin. Ecphonetic notation.ff. 2-73 are misbound before, instead of after, ff. 76-155.f. i is the inside upper cover; f. ii is the inside lower cover. Small headpieces in gold. Large initials in colours and

on the right the notes of John Ruskin of the 'Names of the Companions accepted, forming St George's Company, March 1876'. Ecphonetic notation.ff. 2-73 are misbound before, instead of after, ff. 76-155.f. i is the inside upper cover; f. ii

marked with red. Baarlam et Josaphat, imperfect John Batteley (b. 1647, d. 1708), Church of England clergyman and antiquary: sold to Edward Harley with the rest of his collection through his nephew John Batteley on 5 November 1723 (f. 1).The

a foliate initial 'C'(omme) and a full border containing the arms of John Donne, at the beginning of the Romance of Sydrac and Boctus. Includes the Romance of Sydrac and Boctus (ff. 1-113v) and a treatise on the Seven Deadly

90) No decoration. The Regement of Princes John Treglystyn: inscribed 'Constat Iohanni Treglystyn', end of the 15th century (f. 90v).Nicholas Saunder, perhaps to be identified with Nicholas Saunder, pupil of the mathematician John Dee (1527-1609), or Sir Nicholas Saunder of

University of Paris (f. 4). John Batayle, a canon of St Bartholomew's at Smithfield, mentioned among other canons in a clerical subsidy roll of 1379 and named in a will of 1382, made by John Chyshull, another canon of St

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