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the book from John Whethamstede to the Benedictines at Oxford. John Lumley's ownership inscription underneath. Thomas Netter (c. 1375-1430) of [Saffron] Walden, prior provincial of the English Carmelites and confessor to Henry V, was an opponent of John Wyclif and

(the symbol of John the Baptist) and the eagle symbol of John the Evangelist. Thomas Netter (c. 1375-1430) of [Saffron] Walden, prior provincial of the English Carmelites and confessor to Henry V, was an opponent of John Wyclif and the

with dark blue pen-flourishing. Chroniques de France ou de St Denis John(John the Good) (b. 1319, d. 1364), duke of Normandy (1332-1350), and king of France as John II (1350-1364), probably made for him before his accession to the

with dark blue pen-flourishing. Chroniques de France ou de St Denis John(John the Good) (b. 1319, d. 1364), duke of Normandy (1332-1350), and king of France as John II (1350-1364), probably made for him before his accession to the

Ownership inscriptions of John Theyer reading 'Liber Ioh[ann]is Theyer de Cowpers in Com. Civil. Glouc[ester]: 2º Iulii 1640', and of the Benedictine abbey of the Virgin and St. John the Evangelist, Reading, reading 'Hic est liber sancte Marie de Rading[ia].

1594, d. 1612), eldest child of James I: his collection became part of the Royal Library.Presented to the British Museum by George II in 1757 as part of the Old Royal Library. John with the eagle 'Sir John Mandeville' England

1594, d. 1612), eldest child of James I: his collection became part of the Royal Library.Presented to the British Museum by George II in 1757 as part of the Old Royal Library. Elijah, James and John 'Sir John Mandeville' England

(b. 1594, d. 1612), eldest child of James I: his collection became part of the Royal Library.Presented to the British Museum by George II in 1757 as part of the Old Royal Library. John the Baptist 'Sir John Mandeville' England

inscribed, 16th/17th century: 'Philemon Holland / John Barone(?), and 'RB'.f. 125: inscribed, 16th century: 'Thomas baulle'(?) and John Dean'.f. 137: inscribed, 16th century: 'James Collard'.f. 149: inscribed, 16th century: 'Statutes April 1581' and 'John Wallsall'.f. 175: inscribed, 17th century: 'Edmund(?)

Wales (b. 1594, d. 1612), eldest child of James I: his collection became part of the Royal Library.Presented to the British Museum by George II in 1757 as part of the Old Royal Library. Prester John 'Sir John Mandeville' England

Historiated initial 'I'(n principio) of John, at the beginning of John. First page probably missing: inscribed 'prima pagina deficit' (f. 1).Catchwords and instruction for running titles. Indication of 'pecia'?: inscribed 'XVII pecia' (f. 44).Numerous pointing hands (maniculae).Some margins incised (ff.

of the Poisoning of John the Evangelist, with four men kneeling before the saint who drinks from a chalice of poisoned wine. Italian cutting.This cutting is bound together with six other mounted cuttings and leaves as Add. 32058. To order

'Rex Regum', surrounded by the busts of twelve saints including John the Baptist, Jerome, and a bishop, with foliate extension of acanthus leaves and bezants. Cutting from a choir book John Matthew Gutch (b. 1776, d. 1861), journalist and author:

of a vessel, 15th-16th century (ff. 14v, 17v).Inscribed names of some members of the Osborne family: Harry, William, Anthony, Raff, John, and Thomas, 16th century? (f. 2).Edward Banister, recusant and patron of the arts, inscribed with his name (f. 1).John

of a vessel, 15th-16th century (ff. 14v, 17v).Inscribed names of some members of the Osborne family: Harry, William, Anthony, Raff, John, and Thomas, 16th century? (f. 2).Edward Banister, recusant and patron of the arts, inscribed with his name (f. 1).John

Miniature of Pope John XXII (the caption, identifying the figure as Pope John XXIII, is erroneous). f. [vi] is a paper flyleaf marked as f. 1. 30 three-quarter page miniatures in colours and gold with full borders. 30 initials in

'U' of John the Baptist, measuring 85 x 80 mm (upper left). Italian cuttings.The present cuttings are bound in an album with Add. 18196, ff. 2-44, 49-51, 56-60, and 65-90. To see these cuttings in the Manuscripts Reading Room order

of a vessel, 15th-16th century (ff. 14v, 17v).Inscribed names of some members of the Osborne family: Harry, William, Anthony, Raff, John, and Thomas, 16th century? (f. 2).Edward Banister, recusant and patron of the arts, inscribed with his name (f. 1).John

of a vessel, 15th-16th century (ff. 14v, 17v).Inscribed names of some members of the Osborne family: Harry, William, Anthony, Raff, John, and Thomas, 16th century? (f. 2).Edward Banister, recusant and patron of the arts, inscribed with his name (f. 1).John

of a vessel, 15th-16th century (ff. 14v, 17v).Inscribed names of some members of the Osborne family: Harry, William, Anthony, Raff, John, and Thomas, 16th century? (f. 2).Edward Banister, recusant and patron of the arts, inscribed with his name (f. 1).John

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