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(f. 5).Inscribed, 16th century: 'Margret Denton' (f. 66v).Inscribed 16th century: 'John St. John (f. 109v).Many 16th/17th century names written on ff. 263-263v, including: Harry Morley, Alys Morley, Alys St. John, Richard Lumley, Margret Grey, George Mordaune, Thomas Lathamm, and Anothie

and 4 of the ~Doctrinale~ and was also given to the monks of Gloucester College by John Whethamstede. Together, the books were produced for John Whethamstede at a cost of £6 13s 4d.On ff. 204-205v, a brief subject index has

in the upper register, and of the martyrdom of Amphibaldus in the lower register; and a miniature of John the Baptist with John the Evangelist in the upper register, and an Archbishop and an abbot or bishop in the lower

Calligraphic initial 'T'(he) at the beginning of the Testament of John Lydgate. Part 1 includes two works by John Lydgate, the Troy Book, a translation from Historia destructionis Troiae of Guido delle Colonne, originally presented by Lydgate to Henry V

4).Henry Savile of Banke, Yorkshire (b. 1568, d. 1617), collector of manuscripts, probably acquired by him from John Nelton: shorthand inscription deciphered as 'John Netlton. Henry Savil' (ff. 4, 5v) (see Warner and Gilson 1921).The Old Royal Library (the English

4).Henry Savile of Banke, Yorkshire (b. 1568, d. 1617), collector of manuscripts, probably acquired by him from John Nelton: shorthand inscription deciphered as 'John Netlton. Henry Savil' (ff. 4, 5v) (see Warner and Gilson 1921).The Old Royal Library (the English

4).Henry Savile of Banke, Yorkshire (b. 1568, d. 1617), collector of manuscripts, probably acquired by him from John Nelton: shorthand inscription deciphered as 'John Netlton. Henry Savil' (ff. 4, 5v) (see Warner and Gilson 1921).The Old Royal Library (the English

4).Henry Savile of Banke, Yorkshire (b. 1568, d. 1617), collector of manuscripts, probably acquired by him from John Nelton: shorthand inscription deciphered as 'John Netlton. Henry Savil' (ff. 4, 5v) (see Warner and Gilson 1921).The Old Royal Library (the English

4).Henry Savile of Banke, Yorkshire (b. 1568, d. 1617), collector of manuscripts, probably acquired by him from John Nelton: shorthand inscription deciphered as 'John Netlton. Henry Savil' (ff. 4, 5v) (see Warner and Gilson 1921).The Old Royal Library (the English

4).Henry Savile of Banke, Yorkshire (b. 1568, d. 1617), collector of manuscripts, probably acquired by him from John Nelton: shorthand inscription deciphered as 'John Netlton. Henry Savil' (ff. 4, 5v) (see Warner and Gilson 1921).The Old Royal Library (the English

4).Henry Savile of Banke, Yorkshire (b. 1568, d. 1617), collector of manuscripts, probably acquired by him from John Nelton: shorthand inscription deciphered as 'John Netlton. Henry Savil' (ff. 4, 5v) (see Warner and Gilson 1921).The Old Royal Library (the English

4).Henry Savile of Banke, Yorkshire (b. 1568, d. 1617), collector of manuscripts, probably acquired by him from John Nelton: shorthand inscription deciphered as 'John Netlton. Henry Savil' (ff. 4, 5v) (see Warner and Gilson 1921).The Old Royal Library (the English

version (the Surtees Psalter version) Inscription 'Will (?) Bonnell' (f. 1v).John Fauntleroy: inscription in calligraphy (f. 1*); inscription (f. 1); 'John Fauntlero' (f. [101v].Bought by the British Museum in 1836, using the Bridgewater fund (£12,000 bequeathed in 1829 by Francis

the beginning of the sermons based on John. 1 large initial in green, blue, gold outlined in red, and silver (tarnished to metallic black), at the beginning of the sermons based on Matthew (f. 3). 2 large initials infilled with

initial at the beginning of John Chrysostom's homily De diabolo tentatore. Misbinding of ff. 1-20 noted in a 13th century (?) Greek hand in the lower margin. ff. 38-39 bound upside down. Large foliate, geometric, or decorated headpieces in colours

beginning of the preface to John Gaddesden's Rosa Anglica. 15th-century? foliation in brown ink.f. 95 is an inserted, smaller folio. 1 large puzzle initial in blue and red with pen-flourishing forming a full border (f. 9). Large initials in blue

and Homilies The Benedictine abbey of St. Peter, Gloucester: perhaps to be identified with a volume mentioned by John Leland, (see John Leland ~Commentarii de Scriptoribus Britannicis~, ed. by A. Hall (Oxford: Sheldonian, 1709), p. 216, and ~Joannis Lelandi antiquarii

both John and Genevieve (3rd January, f. 1), and the litany includes Fara, Honorine (f. 175; translated to Conflans Ste. Honorine, near Pontoise, in 1250), and a special listing of widows (f. 175).Added prayer to the Virgin and John for

both John and Genevieve (3rd January, f. 1), and the litany includes Fara, Honorine (f. 175; translated to Conflans Ste. Honorine, near Pontoise, in 1250), and a special listing of widows (f. 175).Added prayer to the Virgin and John for

both John and Genevieve (3rd January, f. 1), and the litany includes Fara, Honorine (f. 175; translated to Conflans Ste. Honorine, near Pontoise, in 1250), and a special listing of widows (f. 175).Added prayer to the Virgin and John for

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