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designed 'E': see Marsden 1999 p. 290 and n. 25. 2 full page miniatures of Evangelist portraits of Mark and John (ff. 45v, 78v). Canon tables in frames in brown and yellow, some with animal heads (ff. 3v-7). 4 very

letters in red. Quire signatures with simple decoration. Historia Scholastica, imperfect; and chronological digest (ff. 267-272v) John King in 1647: inscription 'King 1647 John King' (f. 130).Ralph Palmer II (b. 1668, d. 1745/6), barrister, of Little Chelsea.Ralph Palmer III (b.

of John holding a chalice. 9 large (ff. 5v, 116v, 125v, 187, 189v, 193v, 198v, 208v, 213v [the same as on f. 193v]) and 8 small (ff. 178v, 182, 183, 183v, 185, 188v, 190v, 204v) woodcuts of the 15th century,

of a flaming mountain and a pelican in her piety (f. iii). (John Brough Taylor, F.S.A. (elected 1813), the editor of R. Hegge's Legend of St Cuthbert: inscription 'John Taylor, FSA' (f. i). Item 90 in an unidentified French sale

in red, with ownership inscriptions of Thomas Cranmer (Thomas Cantuarien[sis]) and John Lumley. Copied, directly or indirectly, from Oxford, Bodleian Library, Bodley 441, omitting some passages due to defects in the Bodley manuscript (Marc 16:14-20, Luke 16:14- 17:1, and 24:

od St Peter, Westminster, agreement between Henry VII (b. 1457, d. 1509), king of England and lord of Ireland, and John Islipp, Abbot of Westminster Abbey, and the monks of Westminster Abbey, made on 16 July 1504: the beginning of

od St Peter, Westminster, agreement between Henry VII (b. 1457, d. 1509), king of England and lord of Ireland, and John Islipp, Abbot of Westminster Abbey, and the monks of Westminster Abbey, made on 16 July 1504: the beginning of

at the beginning of the Policraticus. Contains three treatises by John of Salisbury (b. c. 1120, d. 1180), bishop of Chartres (1176-1180): the Policraticus, composed in c. 1159 (ff. 2-161), the Metalogicon (ff. 161-208v), and the Entheticus de dogmate philosophorum

1 of the Polycraticus. Contains three treatises by John of Salisbury (b. c. 1120, d. 1180), bishop of Chartres (1176-1180): the Policraticus, composed in c. 1159 (ff. 2-161), the Metalogicon (ff. 161-208v), and the Entheticus de dogmate philosophorum (ff. 210-219v).

inscription of John Pyk, schoolmaster of St Martin le Grand, London, reading 'Iste liber constat Iohanni Pyke magistro scolarum sancti Martini magni Londoniarum', with extracts of notabilia from Robert Torigni's chronicle. Contains the first version of the Chronica of Robert

5 of the Metalogicon. Contains three treatises by John of Salisbury (b. c. 1120, d. 1180), bishop of Chartres (1176-1180): the Policraticus, composed in c. 1159 (ff. 2-161), the Metalogicon (ff. 161-208v), and the Entheticus de dogmate philosophorum (ff. 210-219v).

1 of the Metalogicon. Contains three treatises by John of Salisbury (b. c. 1120, d. 1180), bishop of Chartres (1176-1180): the Policraticus, composed in c. 1159 (ff. 2-161), the Metalogicon (ff. 161-208v), and the Entheticus de dogmate philosophorum (ff. 210-219v).

Entheticus de dogmate philosophorum. Contains three treatises by John of Salisbury (b. c. 1120, d. 1180), bishop of Chartres (1176-1180): the Policraticus, composed in c. 1159 (ff. 2-161), the Metalogicon (ff. 161-208v), and the Entheticus de dogmate philosophorum (ff. 210-219v).

6 of the Metalogicon. Contains three treatises by John of Salisbury (b. c. 1120, d. 1180), bishop of Chartres (1176-1180): the Policraticus, composed in c. 1159 (ff. 2-161), the Metalogicon (ff. 161-208v), and the Entheticus de dogmate philosophorum (ff. 210-219v).

beginning of the Policraticus. Contains three treatises by John of Salisbury (b. c. 1120, d. 1180), bishop of Chartres (1176-1180): the Policraticus, composed in c. 1159 (ff. 2-161), the Metalogicon (ff. 161-208v), and the Entheticus de dogmate philosophorum (ff. 210-219v).

c. 1375-c. 1420, no. 906 (see St Augustine's Abbey 2008). John Twyne (b. c.1505, d. 1581), schoolmaster and antiquary, perhaps owned by him: inscribed 'Twyne' in the hand of John Dee, antiquary (b. 1527, d.1609), in the entry of the

c. 1375-c. 1420, no. 906 (see St Augustine's Abbey 2008). John Twyne (b. c.1505, d. 1581), schoolmaster and antiquary, perhaps owned by him: inscribed 'Twyne' in the hand of John Dee, antiquary (b. 1527, d.1609), in the entry of the

c. 1375-c. 1420, no. 906 (see St Augustine's Abbey 2008). John Twyne (b. c.1505, d. 1581), schoolmaster and antiquary, perhaps owned by him: inscribed 'Twyne' in the hand of John Dee, antiquary (b. 1527, d.1609), in the entry of the

c. 1375-c. 1420, no. 906 (see St Augustine's Abbey 2008). John Twyne (b. c.1505, d. 1581), schoolmaster and antiquary, perhaps owned by him: inscribed 'Twyne' in the hand of John Dee, antiquary (b. 1527, d.1609), in the entry of the

c. 1375-c. 1420, no. 906 (see St Augustine's Abbey 2008). John Twyne (b. c.1505, d. 1581), schoolmaster and antiquary, perhaps owned by him: inscribed 'Twyne' in the hand of John Dee, antiquary (b. 1527, d.1609), in the entry of the

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