+ 223. 11½ in. x 8 in. Circ. 1500. Spaces left for coloured initials and miniatures. Belonged (f. 1) to [John, Lord] Lumley. Lumley cat. f. 163; cat. of 1666, f. 12 b. '[I]n the begynnyng of all werkes' 'Dauid
Gatherings of 8 leaves (last 4). Sec. fol. 'They weren' On f. 123 are scribbled names including 'Rychard Wyckes constable', John Gylldon, and a longer erased inscription. Not in the old catalogues. 'Crose and curteys Christ. thys begynyng spede For
copy the concluding passage, which in Roy. 17 C. viii. (f. 335 b) asks the reader to pray "for frcero John saule of Waldby" who made pis tale in latyn right," and also "for William saule of Nassyngton" Who "
B 36,523 British Library, London 96 images. Date(s) Middle of xv. cent Author(s) [Adam Davy, John Lydgate, F. S. Ellis] Collection(s) Part Two: Medieval Manuscripts from the Additional Manuscripts, Section B Manuscript Number 36,523 Source Library British Library, London Description
appended, "quod Thomas Rytte," is probably only that of a scribe. In Sloaue 5, f. 18, is another translation by John Lelamour. The herbals in English printed by R. Wyer (undated) under the name Macer are a different work .
I. from Rollo D. of Normandy; 3. of the Countess of Ormond and Lady St. John, from Edmund E. of Lancaster; and, 4. of Sir John Poulett, from Philip K. of France. 257. 60 60. Valor reddituum comitis Richmondiæ. Aº
XIII British Library, London 208 images. Date(s) Author(s) [John Gower, Simon Sudbury, Horatianus] Collection(s) Part Six: Titus Manuscript Number Titus A. XIII Source Library British Library, London Description 1 1. Chronicon Angliæ, à Bruto ad R. Edwardum III. [?]. 1.
English verse. 154. 9 9. The fifteen joys of our Lady; translated out of French into old English verse, by John, a monk of Bury. 157. b. Lydgate? 10 10. The siege of Rhodes; title only. 161. "Lytyll thanke" in
V British Library, London 111 images. Date(s) Author(s) [John XXII, Richard Rolle] Collection(s) Part Seven: Faustina Manuscript Number Faustina A. V Source Library British Library, London Description 1 1. Epistola cancellarii academiæ Oxoniensis, cœtusque magistrorum, regentium, et scholariorum studentium in
inscription of Mount Grace Priory, co. York, (f. iv verso), perhaps acquired under the influence of the prior and mystic, John Norton (fl. 1485), see Meech, p. xxxvi. Owned by the Bowdon family from at least the 18th cent. (bookplates,
MS. known (Day, p. x). Beg. "Hayle bote of bale blissed qwene." f. 4 b. 3 3. Hymn to St. John the Baptist, in alliterative rhymed verse : ten 11-line stanzas, consisting of 8 long lines rhyming abababab, followed by
justs, and prizes to be given thereat. 147. b. 29 29. Genealogy of K. Edward III. 148. b. 30 30. John Tiptoft E. of Worcester, and constable of England, his orders for the precedency of nobility, &c. A° 6 Edw.
prose Life of St. Cuthbert (Migne, Palr. Lat. xciv. 733). f.2 b; (2) (2) Letter of Bede to the priest John, beg. "Domino in domino dominorum dilectissimo…Dici non potest dilectissime," i.e. the letter accompanying the metrical Life of S. Cuthbert
of columnes of Architecture: translated out of Latine into English by J.T."; with a dedication prefixed by Hans Woutneell to John Lund, merchant. ff26-37. Transcribed from the edition printed at London by Simon Stafford, for the widow of Hans Woutneell,
ix-x10, with signatures. The following names occur: Thomas Musgrave (f.4), Nicholas Berbour (f.68b, and f.111b) Edward Burbecke, Jane Lawson and John Empson. Presented by Dr Charles Morton, 15 Mar. 1757. "Uryne browne with a blake rynge is signe of dethe."
moral treatises, poems, etc., in Latin and English, viz.:— Paper and vellum; ff. 228. xvth cent. With book-plate of Rev. John Fuller Russell; and formerly belonging to Richard Heber (Sale, 1836, lot 821). The following names (17th-18th cent.) also are
of St. Dominio has the usual misleading reference (f. 95) to the French translator Jean de Vignay, "for I ffryour John of Renyngnayo translatour of this boke wolle no more put here," etc. (cf. Stowe MS. 51, f. 18 b,
no. iii of the collection: (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g) (h) MISCELLANEOUS volume, largely in the hand of John Streech, canon of the Augustinian Priory of Kenilworth (ef. Add. MS. 35295, which was written about 1422). Lat Contents
On f. 1 is a note dated St. Gregory's even, York, from Henry Meggeson to "Mr. Savill" [ ? Sir John Savile, d. 1607] on sending him the book. 12th cent. marks of ownership "Liber sancte Trinitatis de Kir[k]haam" (f.
blissed Trinite … I intende to transpose for myne owne lernynge a trettesse from Latyn into Englysch complied bi dan John Rusbroke"; and text, "Who so euer will lyffe in the moste perfytt state." Ends "and euer to praye for