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1-line flourished initial to begin. Further Information: Derek Pearsall, Descriptive Catalogue of the Manuscripts of the Works of John Gower, in John Gower Newsletter, vols. XXVII- (2008-), 'Harley 3869', JGN XXVIII, no.1 (2009), 34-45. On p.35 he notes that ff2r-4v

Scribal Profile John Shirley Profiles for this Scribe: Cambridge, Trinity College MS R. 3. 20 (600) London, British Library MS Additional 16165 USA, California, San Marino, Henry E. Huntington Library MS El 26 A.13 Current Manuscript: Cambridge, Trinity College MS

4999 England, Worcester, Cathedral Library MS F 172 Current Manuscript: London, British Library MS Harley 2251 Identification: Notes made by John Stow Folios: 1-293 Sampled Folios: 2v, 63v Image Rights: Reproduced with permission of The British Library a Usage: 'makith';

Scribal Profile John Shirley Profiles for this Scribe: Cambridge, Trinity College MS R. 3. 20 (600) London, British Library MS Additional 16165 USA, California, San Marino, Henry E. Huntington Library MS El 26 A.13 Current Manuscript: London, British Library MS

Scribal Profile John Newton Current Manuscript: Oxford, Bodleian Library MS Laud misc. 416 (SC 1479) Identification: Hand 2 Folios: 188-226v Sampled Folios: 226v Image Rights: Reproduced with permission of The Bodleian Library, University of Oxford, 2011; all rights reserved a

Catalogue of the Manuscripts Preserved in the Library of the University of Cambridge. 5 vols. Cambridge: University Press, 1856-67. Manly, John M. and Rickert, E. The Text of the Canterbury Tales, 8 vols, vol. I, 527-531, Chicago: University of Chicago

if lowyck (Luffwick?) unusual family name or name of a manor near Drayton, Northants, in late 15th c. held by John Stafford, Earl of Wiltshire, younger son of Humphrey Duke of Buckingham, [several place names 'Thorpe' in Lincolnshire]. If 'bewyck',

Geffrey vn to Adame his owen scryveyne (the only copy of this poem). Language: English Date Range: 1430-1450 Scribal Hands: John Shirley Material: Paper No of Folios: 1 newer paper + 1 parchment stub + 2 old paper stubs +

was given by Sir Robert Williames Vaughan in 1859 to W.W. Wynne of Peniarth. The manuscript was bought by Sir John Williams and bequeathed to the National Library of Wales in 1909. Flourished Initials: Blue initials with red flourishing define

(not owners): The name 'Thos. Martin' is found on f115v and also on an original flyleaf, with 'Given me Mr John White of Ipswich, Surgeon'. Martin was an antiquary and collector of books. The manuscript was bought at some stage

f1v are several names; 'Robertus Drury miles. William Drury miles. Domina Jarmin. Domina Jarningam. Dommina Alington. Edward Waldegrave 'Margery seynt John ys a shrew' Thomas Calthorpp of'. On f130 'per me Henricum Payne'. On fiv(v) are 'I DVRUM 5 PATI

(1976)'. Pace, G. B., and L.E. Voigts, 'A Boece Fragment', Studies in the Age of Chaucer I (1979) 143-150. Manly, John M. and Rickert, E. The Text of the Canterbury Tales, 8 vols, vol. I, 170-182, Chicago: University of Chicago

London Charters Contents: D'Oresme on changing money, London Charters Language: English Date Range: Must have been completed before 1483 when John fforster's statement written into f178 'in the first yere of the R[eign] of k[ing] R[ichard] iijde'. Scribal Hands: Hammond

Rubric numbering of books in table of contents. Table / index ff9-33va. Further Information: James's catalogue for St John's, 235-6; Ronald Waldron, John Trevisa's Translation of the Polychronicon of Ranulph Higden, Book VI, Middle English Texts 35 (2004), p. xxxvii

book and chapter numbers where they appear, ff21ra-35vb written in scribe's hand except added last entry. Further Information: Ronald Waldron, John Trevisa's Translation of the Polychronicon of Ranulph Higden, Book VI, Middle English Texts 35 (2004), pp. xxxii-xxxiii.Coat of arms

together. Seymour notes 'There is no sign of Thorney's ownership in this Cambridge volume, but part 4 was written by John Stow' (Seymour, p. 282) Flourished Initials: f1, 8-line blue initial with red penwork flourishing, including elaborate red foliage patterns

'Alexander Samsoun' in 16th century writing. 'Thomas' in 15th century script. 'Wrauthe' in 15-16th century writing.Inside the back cover is 'John Morigan is a very knave (16th century). Table of Contents: Table of Contents added on the flyleaves in a

cent.? Flourished Initials: Space left for initials Further Information: James's Catalogue of the Fitzwilliam Museum, McClean Collection (1912), 347-349. Manly, John M. and Rickert, E. The Text of the Canterbury Tales, 8 vols, Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1940. 1:160-169.McCormick,

occurs also in the scribe's hand at the end of the Glasgow manuscript, which belonged in s. xvi med. To John, son and heir of Thomas Chetham 'late of Notehurst' (Nuthurst, Lancashire) Decessyd . . to be an heyrelome at

Gower, facing slightly to right on recto and in profile facing right on verso, labelled as Gower in contemporary hand, 'John Gower wrott this bocke / Poeett Lawrrette' on recto above portrait, 'Joh[ann]es Gower / Poete laureat' on verso and

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