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heading 'cap. 23') ' Ut vigiles annulo Christi Norwice gradiaris | gratia chara docet,quo Benedictus ouat' (on the appointment of John Wakering as Bishop of Norwich in 1416, cf. Rolls ed., p. xlvi, note), the following ch. 'Stat lustro' being
the top of f. 491 may possibly be the date of the translation. Belonged (autogr. name on f. 1) to [John, Lord] Lumley. Lumley cat. f. 120 (?); not in the other old catalogues. Source Microfilm Collection British Literary Manuscripts
orderly and contains many corrections and interlineations, may possibly be that of the translator. Belonged (vol. i, f. 1) to [John, Lord] Lumley. Lumley cat. f. 227; not in the other old catalogues. 'The whole Countrie of Britaine (which at
several pages. Subsequently it passed into the possession of the Sebright family, and at the sale of part of Sir John Sebright's library in 1807 (lot 1190) it was bought by Richard Heber, from whom it passed (sale-cat. 1836, lot
London 140 images. Date(s) Author(s) [J. P. Collier, John Payne Collier, Nichols, Edward Alleyne, Robert Daborne, William Herbert, Allin Cotton, Philip Herbert, Earl of Pembroke, Montgomery, Lord Chamberlain, Sr. Henry Sheers, John Crowne, Sir Charles Sedley, William Smith, Spranger Barry,
prince of Wales; requesting the payment of some arrears, and for horses. (Fr. on vell.) Cestres, 1359? 54. 31 31. John K. of Fr.; his full powers to Charles the Dauphin to treat with Edward Pr. of Wales. (Fr. on
Date(s) Author(s) [Sir. Gilbert the Hay, R. L. Graeme Ritchie, John Barbour, Sir Gilbert Hay] Collection(s) Additional Manuscript Number 40732 Source Library British Library, London Description "THE BUIKE off King Allexander the Conqueroure" (so the colophon), translated from a French
of Walpole ownership. Belonged to John Ratcliffe, the book-collector (sale-cat., 27 Mar.—6 Apr. 1776, lot 1153). The signature of William Herbert, the bibliographer (d. 1795), appears on f. I. Owned also by the Rev. John Brand, the antiquary (bookplate, f.
281 images. Date(s) Author(s) [George Buchanan, Alexander III, Edward III, Gilbert Stone, John Fortescue, Radulphum, Henry VI, Bartolus] Collection(s) Part Four: Vitellius Manuscript Number Vitellius E. X Source Library British Library, London Description 1 1. Histoire de Loys duc d'Orleans,
copied from a "wyndowe in glasse in the monasteri of Seynt Edmondesbury att the dissolution of the house; after by John Eyer Esquiar caused to (be) paynted as you se, in all poyntes like to same." f.84b. 7 7. Fragment
"William Forest" in the heading. It is of a curious character, with references to Chaucer, Gower, Lidgate and "my frende [John] Heywoode." Of the last the author writes:-"For learnynge Heywoode and I be neare one,But for conveyaunce of a fyne
rotulo, &c.': a history of man by contrasted types of Biblical persons from Cain and Abel to Ananias and S. John. In the same metre (74x4 lines). Another copy, with sixteen additional lines at the end, is in Harley MS.
of the first three homilies is given (P.L., xciv, 34-36, 38-41, 22-23, 120-125). On ff. 89-90v is a homily on John, i. 1-2, apparently not by Bede, beg. 'Oportet nos, fratres karissimi', and ending 'Illud verbum, quod erat in principio
reys de Engleterre;" being a brief history of the kings of England, from the times of the Heptarchy, to K. John. (In old French.) 43. 5 5. "Quatorse merveilles i out e ad Engleterre." 51. b. 6 6. Carta Thomæ
sermon on John vi. 5, beg. "Ememus panes. [?]e shulle vnderstonde þat by bred in holi writ is vnderstonde," and ending "charyte withouten whom no man may be sauyd." f. 98 b. 6 6. Sermon, attributed elsewhere to John Wycliffe
f. 68 b. 40 40. Indulgence of Clement V. for the gospel (cursus avangelii) of St. John. f. 69. 41 41. Indulgence of John XXII. (1317) for the psalter of St. Mary. f. 70 b. 42 42. Memoriale for St.
Section B 43488 British Library, London 110 images. Date(s) Author(s) [Sir John Fenn] Collection(s) Part Two: Medieval Manuscripts from the Additional Manuscripts, Section B Manuscript Number 43488 Source Library British Library, London Description PASTON LETTERS: correspondence and papers of members
Section B 43489 British Library, London 100 images. Date(s) Author(s) [Sir John Fenn] Collection(s) Part Two: Medieval Manuscripts from the Additional Manuscripts, Section B Manuscript Number 43489 Source Library British Library, London Description PASTON LETTERS: correspondence and papers of members
Section B 43490 British Library, London 104 images. Date(s) Author(s) [Sir John Fenn] Collection(s) Part Two: Medieval Manuscripts from the Additional Manuscripts, Section B Manuscript Number 43490 Source Library British Library, London Description PASTON LETTERS: correspondence and papers of members
his patron on the same. f.96b. 27 27. Letter to... on the same; in Latin. f.97b. 28 28. Letter from John Duffeyld, the other candidate for the Rhetoric Lecture, to Mr. Remington, with Mr. Remington's note to Harvey thereupon. f.98b.