missing due to torn leaf; catchwords: and þan þe, see Brie, 488:4-5. Contains John Pages Poem as a continuation, separately rubricated as verse, fols. 124v-126v. Related Manuscripts John Nuton, the prior of Battle Abbey owned the manuscript; his ownership connects
quarter C15 References in LALME No entry in LALME Items in the MS 1 Contents Brut Chronicle, fols. 1r-202v, with John Page's poem The Siege of Rouen fols 189r-193v. Related Manuscripts N/A Number of Scribes 1 Number of Leaves i
preserve this much abbreviated text. Number of Scribes 8 main scribes with many other contributors: A: fols 1r-46r, 73r-113v, 126r-131v John Stow : fols 46v-63v C: fols. 64ra-65va D: fols 114r-125v E: fols 134r-141r F: fols 142r-165r G: fols 166r-176r
with the original book beginning at this point. Matheson Version CV-1377 with full continuation, stage 3; CV beyond 1419, including John Page's poem. (It is possible that scribe A also used a CV-1419 (Men) as his second exemplar. Matheson Number
fols. 1-158r 4. John of Bridlingtons Prophecy, penned in margins fols. 83v-86r, 102v-130r 5. Medical recipes, fol. ixr Related Manuscripts Several manuscripts are also linked to the name 'John Leche': "Other books owned by this and later John Leches are:
Manchester, John Rylands University Library MS. Eng. 104 Incipit Text begins on fol. 1r but is illegible; first readable text on fol. 1v begins, 'Thanne kyng Aleyn did sende for the clergie of his londe' ('Cadwallader episode', Matheson, PB ,
References in LALME No entry in LALME Items in the MS 1 Contents Brut Chronicle, with table of contents, and John Page's poem The Siege of Rouen , pp 1-185; text ends imperfectly, (Brie, 408:18-19) Related Manuscripts N/A Number of
together before or during their ownership by John Whitgift, as the MS. is recorded amongst the books donated to Trinity College by John Whitgift in John Strype, The Life and Acts of John Whitgift , vol. III, 416, no. 93.
prince'; 'Sir Lionell second brother'; 'John the 3. brother', (Brie, 305:23-306:4). This marginalia may plausibly be understood as demonstrating interest in the legality of the Lancastrian succession. Fol. 142v: 'hawkwood', beside mention of Sir John Hawkwood, (Brie, 322:8 ff.) Fol.
of Ireland and their wonders, and administrative divisions in England, fols. 100v-101r 7: extract from a London Chronicle for mayor John Olney, fol. 226v 8: The sayings of various church fathers on the holy sacrament, fols. 228r-229r 9: beginning of
Brie, 389:20-1) Related Manuscripts The names John King and Thomas Watson also appear in BL MS. Add. 26746. Huntington MS EL 26. A. 13 (Hoccleve, Regiment of Princes, Lydgate) was partially copied by John Shirley in C15, and has C15
C16 References in LALME No entry in LALME Items in the MS 1 Contents Brut Chronicle Related Manuscripts The names John King and Thomas Watson also appear in BL MS Royal 18 B. iii. Number of Scribes 1 Number of
C15. References in LALME No entry in LALME Items in the MS 13 Contents 1: Latin and English verse by John Lydgate, Graunte Cato , fols 3r-29v 2: verse, Lydgate, Stans Puer ad mensam, fols 30r-31v 3: verse, Lydgate, A
further information regarding the marriage of John of Gaunt to Blanche: 'on whom he begat herry erle of derby whiche herry was aftyrward kyng & he weddid Kateryn Wynford on whom he be gat John Befourd. Thomas & herry.' Erasures?
amount of poll tax applied to the people from iiii d to xii d . Fols 66v-72v (reign of king John): there are many examples of C16 politically motivated marginalia in this section of text, although much of it has
should mother Hubberts tales doe in a cronicle', beside the story of king Edward the Confessor and the pilgrim, St. John the Evangelist, (Brie, 132-133). A more credulous (or, perhaps, sarcastic) reader remarks beside the account of the miracle of
primus' also visible- (possible that the lower half of the leaf has been removed to censor the verse on king John) fol. 196r-v Related Manuscripts N/A Number of Scribes 1 Number of Leaves i +197 fols + i (fols 1
Annotation and Marginalia Scribal and other C15 annotation, in both Latin and English, eg. scribal notae: fol. 67v 'how kyng John was poysend by a monke and dede and the monke also', (Brie, 170) fol. 115v 'nota de ij lunis'
red ink), not numbered; slashes in text for punctuation (prob. in red ink); paraphs (prob. in red or blue ink); John Pages Poem, fols. 140r-143v, set out as verse with rhyme markers for couplets. Annotation and Marginalia See long description.
in Genealogica Christi); b, pp. 63-78: emperors and popes, pp. 59-79. 3: catalogue of archbishops of Canterbury from Augustine to John Stafford (1443-1452) pp. 79-83 4: Line drawing of London showing (in roundels) the geographical extent of England, the number