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Ihesu de Shene ex dono magistri Johannis Bury Augustiensis in sacra theologia professoris'; on fol. i(v) is 'conventus Clar''.' NB. John Bury was a friar of Clare Priory in Suffolk. Flourished Initials: Red ink initials unflourished but with some primitive

Flourished Initials: Spaces left for initials but never filled in. Other Names (not owners): Coxe identified the scribe as one John Hyde (Dyboski, p. xiii), but Dyboski notes that only Richard Hill's name occurs in the MS and he attributes

f44 Part 2: Troilus and Criseyde f54-93v unfinished. Language: English Date Range: 1475-1500 part 1; 1450-1475 part 2 Scribal Hands: John Brode Dialect: Part 2: Lincs, Leics Material: Paper No of Folios: Part I: ii parchment flyleaves + 53 paper

1640) probably owned the manuscript at some stage as also Knox Ward, Clarenceux King of Arms 1726-41. Further Information: Manly, John M., and Edith Rickert, eds. The Text of the Canterbury Tales, 1:472-5; M. C. Seymour, Catalogue of Chaucer Manuscripts,

capital to begin the Knight's Tale. Other Names (not owners): On f1r and 295v the name 'Edmunde Boydell'. On 1r John Boydell and William Standeley. Also on f1r 'Edmund Bynnyt'. On f113 'Ryc Leche' in lower margin. Flourished Initials: Some

Lydgate Contents: Boece; other minor poems of Chaucer and Lydgate Language: English Date Range: 1423-1439 Scribal Hands: John Shirley Material: Paper No of Folios: 4 newer paper + 3 parchment written by Shirley + 4-257 (paper) + f258 written by

begins the tale and initial letters of lines are tipped in red. Other Names (not owners): On f24r the name 'John' ?? is visible in the top margin; the surname has been trimmed off. On f144 is the name Robert

John Sutton, Baron Dudley'p. 273] and 'Iane ffyslowhe' [Seymour, 'Jane Fytzlowys, p. 273] and Johan Mathewe'; names scribbled onto f2 include 'hokecleffe'; 'Chawcy', 'Stoughton', 'Acton', 'Blount' [Seymour, 'Humphrey Blount' p. 273], and 'folyet' as well as 'Arondel'; on f3

Scribe Profiles for this Scribe: England, Manchester, John Rylands Library MS English 63 (fragment) and (Philadelphia, Rosenbach Library MS 1084/2) USA, Philadelphia, Rosenbach Museum & Library MS 1084/2 Current Manuscript: USA, Philadelphia, Rosenbach Museum & Library MS 1084/2 Folios: 01-Nov

College MS Arch 49 (on deposit at Bodleian) Identification: John Leche suggested by Manly and Rickert Folios: 1-295 Sampled Folios: 292v Image Rights: Reproduced by permission of the President and Fellows of Trinity College, Oxford a Usage: 'as'; single compartment

Scribal Profile John Duxworth Profiles for this Scribe: Europe, Paris, Bibliotheque Nationale, Anglais 39 London, British Library, MS Sloane 148 Europe, Paris, Bibliotheque Nationale, MS Latin 3436 Current Manuscript: Europe, Paris, Bibliotheque Nationale, Anglais 39 Folios: 1-84 Sampled Folios: 1r,

also visible on the verso of flyleaf ii. Manly and Rickert suggest that he may be the son of one John Felde, Merchant of the Staple at Calais in the middle of the fifteenth century. On the verso of flyleaf

the evidence of an early pressmatk, Seymour suggests that the manuscript was acquired in the 16th century by either Sir John or William Thynne. Flourished Initials: Flourishing or strapwork in the ink of the text decorate the initial capital on

headings; stroke of red in initials of new sentences. Other Names (not owners): On fol. i added by later hands 'John Gowr' and 'F Fox' and 'Oct 11 1788 / pr. GD.; otherwise, just Harvard/Houghton bookplates inside front and back

lombard initials with red penwork flourishing. Other Names (not owners): 'Dan Jhon redbery' 15th c. on f108; 16-17th c. owner John Russell, signs with monogram flourish on fol. i verso; for others see Dutschke 1.197. Flourished Initials: 3- 4- and

on f38, 16th cent. 'Quod Wytton' on f47. Flourished Initials: 2-4-line blue lombard initials with red pen-work Further Information: Manly, John M. and Rickert, E. The Text of the Canterbury Tales, 8 vols, vol. I, 100-107. Chicago: University of Chicago

by Julius Glanville of Lincoln's Inn in 1668; f337v noted gift of the book by William Radcliffe of Stanford to John Cookes, LLD Table of Contents: Hand A on ff2-7v Flourished Initials: 2-line initials alternating blue with red pen-work and

blank space on f184rb, possibly 17th century, attributed to 'Spencerus'; English verses added on f184va-vb signed 'Quod m'; the name '(John) Browghton' several times as pen-trials on f184vb. Flourished Initials: One-line alternating blue initials with red pen-work and gold with

around each other; these ink lines are cross-hatched with parallel lines in either red or brown ink. Further Information: Manly, John M. and Rickert, E. The Text of the Canterbury Tales, 8 vols, vol. I, 126-129. Chicago: University of Chicago

the Fragments. Flourished Initials: Alternating gold initials with grey-green pen-work flourishing and blue initials with red flourishing. Further Information: Manly, John M. and Rickert, E. The Text of the Canterbury Tales, 8 vols, vol. I, 295-301, Chicago: University of Chicago

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