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d., by Robert Owen, viz.:- (1) (2) Paper; ff. 5. Quarto. 8 in. x 5¾ in. XVI cent. Belonged to [John, Lord] Lumley. Bound with the preceding. Lumley cat. f. 359; not in the old catalogues. Source Microfilm Collection British

[Sigismonda and Guiscard], which from the last stanza we learn was written by Gilbert Banester, at the request of one John Raynere. On vellum, end of the XIVth century. Small Quarto. Source Microfilm Collection British Literary Manuscripts from the British

Manuscript Number 33,758 Source Library British Library, London Description "THE BOKE of Moundeuyle, kny[?]t, " or the Travels of Sir John Mandeville, 1322 (here 1300)-1336: the commoner mutilated English version, with the lacuna after the words, as here written (f.

De Simplicitate Christianae Vitae, preceded by the Epistola, as in the Cologne edition, 1550, and followed by a sermon on John, iv, 1, preached on 9 June, 1495 (f.101). Volume from the library at Slains Castle. Notes on the manuscript

images. Date(s) Author(s) [John Lydgate, Thomas Occleve] Collection(s) Part One: Medieval Manuscripts from the Sloane and Additional Manuscripts, Section A Manuscript Number 18,632 Source Library British Library, London Description THE STORIE of Thebes: a poem by John Lydgate, monk of

cc.i.-iv. and part of chapter xiv. to xxv. of Bk. VI. (f.214) have been omitted. f. 21. ENGLISH translations by John of Trevise, Vicar of Berkeley, Gloucester, and chaplain to Thomas, 10th Lord Berkeley, viz.:—— Vellum; beginning of the xvth

Albert I, Gerlach, John, Richard II, Balthazar, William Stokes, John Catryk, Nicholas de Ryssheton, Thomas Swynford, John Croft, Swynborn, John Urban, Richard Young, Richard Aston, Hugh Luttrell, Reinoud IV, Coentzo de Visschenich, John Bottlesham, William Heron, John Beaufort, Thomas Swynborne,

supposed (but apparently on insufficient grounds) by the late possessor, the Bishop of Lichfield, to have been transcribed by Sir John Harington. Small Quarto. Source Microfilm Collection British Literary Manuscripts from the British Library, London; Series I: English Renaissance: Literature

wife Lady Margaret [afterwards Duchess of Leunox], her son "Harry Stuart" [Lord Darnley] and Mary Shelton [the mistress of Sir John Clere?] Paper, earlier half of XVIth cent. In the original stamped leather covers, bearing the initials M. F. and

Royal Manuscript Number 1 B. IX Source Library British Library, London Description GOSPEL OF S. JOHN, in English, of the Northumbrian and later Wycliffite versions. Preceded by the argument and 'capitula' to the Gospel, from the Northumbrian gloss in the

the end are inserted:- (a) (b) Paper; ff. 102. Small quarto. 7½ in. x 5½ in. XVI cent. Belonged to [John, Lord] Lumley (f.I). Lumley cat. f. 293; cat. of 1661 (Roy. App. 86), f. 28 b; cat. of 1666,

that hadde vowyd schastite to oure Lord Jhesu Christ;-a poem on Hell, Purgatory, Heaven, etc. [The above were written for John Pery, canon of the Holy Trinity as Algade;]-Duodecim abousiones claustralium;-a treatise on the seven deadly sins [impf.] ;-a treatise

of Songs (f. 150), and Ecclesiasticus (f. 176 b), of the later Wycliffite version. Vellum; ff. 235. It belonged to John Parker, brother of Archbishop Matthew Parker, and, in 1679, to Samuel Woodfords [D.D. Prebendary of Chichester and afterwards of

—N. B. The copies of Nos 3, 4, and 5, have since been presented to the Brit. Mus. by Sr John Hawkins: v. Aysc. Catal. N° 4909. Frustum, capsula asservatum. Source Microfilm Collection Medieval Literary and Historical Manuscripts in the

of the French paraphrase by Laurence Premierfait of Bocacios's work De casibus Virorum et Feminarum illustrium by John Lydgate. ff.4-187. Printed by John Wayland, fol. London, No date. 4 4. A prophecy of events in English History, relating to the

printed in the Hist. MSS. Comm., 12th Report, 1891, Appendix, Pt. ix, pp. 179-182. The original of the letter from John Maryot (ff. 1 b-2) is Add. MS. 27443, f. 94, and an abstract of it was given by James

MS Part Five: Vespasian Vespasian C. XVI British Library, London 198 images. Date(s) Author(s) [John de Halton, Edward III, John Bothwell, Francis Walsingham] Collection(s) Part Five: Vespasian Manuscript Number Vespasian C. XVI Source Library British Library, London Description 1

Ralph de Neville, de Furnival, David Stewart, Mary Queen of Scots, John Plantagenet, David Fleming, William de Clifford, Thomas Arundel, Henry Bowet, Henry Fitzhugh, Christine, Henry Wardlaw, David Lindsay, John Coppyll, Henry V, Edward of Norwich, Archibald Douglas] Collection(s) Part

give waie to Proceeding by waie of Inditement against the Earle of Bristoll [Sir John Digby,]" [1624], f. 24. 12 12. " A Speech [made by John Williams, Dean of Westminster, and Bishop of Lincoln, Lord Keeper, in the Court

A 2464 British Library, London 67 images. Date(s) XV Century Author(s) [Philip of Paris, Johannes Hispalensis, John Lydgate] Collection(s) Part One: Medieval Manuscripts from the Sloane and Additional Manuscripts, Section A Manuscript Number 2464 Source Library British Library, London Description

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