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Westminster. William Fromonde of Winchester 'marchaunt' to John Hertilpole clerk. Recognisance for 8 l ., to be levied etc. in the county of Suthampton. Cancelled on payment . Feb. 15. Westminster. John Knyght of Bristol 'marchaunt' to William Boteler of

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writing indented under his seal. John Levyng of London 'marchaunt' to Robert Horn. ( Like ) recognisance. Like condition, mutatis mutandis . Roger Slak citizen and fishmonger of London to Thomas Croxton the elder, John de Skelton esquire and Henry

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ascun marchaunt de Engletere ou de lur meyne, u il vers autri en Flaundres, qe hastive jugement seit fet sulum le ley du lieu la ou li fet seint fets . Derechief, qe nos marchaunt ne vadles de marchaunt ne

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to her son John Aubrey, citizen and pepperer. 1 The shop descended from John le Botoner, junior, to Juliana daughter of John le Botoner, who married Henry Chaucer of London, vintner. She was probably the daughter of John le Botoner,

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the quinzaine of St. Hilary next. Memorandum that on 27 December this year John Lawhier of Cornwall 'gentelman' and Nicholas Treambolle of Treambolle co. Cornwall 'marchaunt' took John Fursdun in bail. Memorandum of a mainprise under a pain of 20

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disshes and sawser be void and of noon effect. (1474-83) Proc.Chanc. in Cal.PCEliz. 1 p.cii John Smerte toke the same John Browne and oon John Baker..suertees of the relyvere of the same boke. a1525(?1472) Cov.Leet Bk. 382 The Indentur of

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wyttnessynge here be trew testyficacion þat maydenys childe xal be prince of pes. (1478) Deed in Sur.Soc.57 272 We John Fereby, marchaunt, mayre of the said cite..have to the partes of this same writynge put the sayde seal of myn

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(f) biere (seller) , a merchant who buys (sells) certain commodities. c1225 Wor.Bod.Gloss. Jun 121 25 Mangere: marchaunt. c1300 SLeg.Fran.(1) LdMisc 108 2 Marchaunt he was in his ȝonghede. c1300 SLeg.Greg. LdMisc 108 20 He founde Marchauns at rome..to sullen

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n.(1); cp. iwoded ppl.(Suppl.). (a) One who dyes with woad; ?also, a purveyor of woad; marchaunt , a purveyor of the dyestuff woad; (b) as surname. (1290) in Reaney Dict.Br.Surnames 367 Thorald de Cawston, le Wader. (1415) RParl. 4.75a Purront

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chafferer n. A trader, merchant. (a1382) WBible(1) Dc 369(1) Ecclus.26.28 Hard is delyuered the chaffarere [WB(2) : marchaunt; L negotians] fro his necgligence.

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to me somme fayre seruaunt honeste / and playsaunt / And thenne the marchaunt retourned on his way And Esope folowed hym / and sayd to the Marchaunt / Aby∣de a lytell here / And the Marchaūt sayd / lette

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9991S106522998422376877In the yere of thyncarnacion of our lord Ih[es]u crist M.CCCC.lxxx. and in the xx. yere of the regne of kyng Edward the fourthe, atte requeste of dyuerce gentilmen I haue endeauourd me to enprinte the cronicles of Englond

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goth this marchaunt wel and besilyAboute his nedis and creaunsith and biethHe neyther pleyeth at the dys ne daunsithBut as a marchaunt shortly to telleHe ledde his lif and there I lete hym dwelleThe sunday next that this marchaunt was

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17539S1195719985477820222The myracles of oure blessyd lady.29 600dpi TIFF G4 page imagesUniversity of Michigan, Digital Library Production ServiceAnn Arbor, Michigan2005 December (TCP phase 1)99854778STC (2nd ed.) 17539.Duff 297.20222A07135.0001.001This keyboarded and encoded edition of the work described above is co-owned by

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19206S1214609985664122241Here begynneth thystorye of the noble ryght valyaunt [and] worthy knyght Parys, and of the fayr Vye[n]ne the daulphyns doughter of vyenneys the whyche sufferd many aduersytees bycause of theyr true loue or they coude enioye the effect therof

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C15. References in LALME No entry in LALME Items in the MS 13 Contents 1: Latin and English verse by John Lydgate, Graunte Cato , fols 3r-29v 2: verse, Lydgate, ‘Stans Puer ad mensam’, fols 30r-31v 3: verse, Lydgate, ‘A

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missing due to torn leaf; catchwords: ‘and þan þe’, see Brie, 488:4-5. Contains John Page’s Poem as a continuation, separately rubricated as verse, fols. 124v-126v. Related Manuscripts John Nuton, the prior of Battle Abbey owned the manuscript; his ownership connects

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quarter C15 References in LALME No entry in LALME Items in the MS 1 Contents Brut Chronicle, fols. 1r-202v, with John Page's poem The Siege of Rouen fols 189r-193v. Related Manuscripts N/A Number of Scribes 1 Number of Leaves i

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preserve this much abbreviated text. Number of Scribes 8 main scribes with many other contributors: A: fols 1r-46r, 73r-113v, 126r-131v John Stow : fols 46v-63v C: fols. 64ra-65va D: fols 114r-125v E: fols 134r-141r F: fols 142r-165r G: fols 166r-176r

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with the original book beginning at this point. Matheson Version CV-1377 with full continuation, stage 3; CV beyond 1419, including John Page's poem. (It is possible that scribe A also used a CV-1419 (Men) as his second exemplar. Matheson Number

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youre gentilnesse quod our Oste What Marchaunt Sir parde wele þou woste þat eche of you mot tellen atte leste A tale or twoo or breken hys by-heste þat knowe I wele quod þe Marchaunt certayne I prey you not

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Ricardus Sperte de Modbury , cordeweener. Adam Lovetorre de Modbury , marchaunt. Johannes Lede de Modbury , mar|chaunt. Johannes Bastard de Modbury , baker. Johannes Crewbere de Modbury , marchaunt. Thomas Hervy de Modbury , tayllour. Johannes Cryspyn de Modbury

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] [Wepyng and waylyng / care and other sorwe I knowe I-now / on Euen and on morwe Quod the Marchaunt / and so don othere moo That wedded ben / I trowe that it be so fful wel I

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tellen so meche sorowe / as I now here couthe telle / of my wivis cursidnesse now quod oure oste marchaunt / so god yow blesse syn ye so mechel knowen / of that arte ful hertely I pray yow

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was his vsage And thus I lete hem drynke & ete & pleye This Marchaunt & this Monk a day or tweye The thredde day this Marchaunt vp a-ryseth And on hise nedis sadly hym auyseth And vp in-to his

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the Chapter of Lichfield Cathedral a Usage: 'daun'; the scribe uses double compartment 'a' the majority of the time. Usage: 'Marchaunt'; the scribe also uses single compartment 'a' occasionally. The example seen here is used in the same word as

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Manuscript Description London, British Library, MS Sloane 148 Scribal Hands: John Duxworth

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Manuscript Description Europe, Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale MS Latin 3436 Title: Dialogus Anselmi Scribal Hands: John Duxworth

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Usage: 'And'; Usage: 'And'; the first letter of the folio. Usage: 'And'; Upper Case Letters Usage: 'Now'; Usage: 'Leet'; Usage: 'Marchaunt'; Usage: 'Passeth'; ll, f, k,b Usage: 'schall'; a feature which is noticeable on most of the scribes 'll's is

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throughout. Here, at the beginning of a line, the loop at the head is slightly larger than usual. r Usage: 'marchaunt'; 'z'-shaped 'r' used throughout in medial and final positions. Usage: 'Rather'; where 'r' is used in initial position, the

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Icon description two buildings, spired church Icons church buildings (multiple) Description Appearances Etymology St John Translation Earlier editors Scs Johis (Gough); Sa. Joh. (Parsons) Early Maps opp(idum) s. Joh(ann)is (Angliae Figura) Overwritten no Attested spelling St. Johnstoun or Perth 1220

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Icons castle building Description Appearances faded Etymology built in 1112-32 by Bernard Baliol, ancestor of John Baliol, king of Scotland Translation Earlier editors Castrum barnard (Parsons) Early Maps Barnard Castle (Angliae Figura) Overwritten no Attested spelling de Castello Bernardi 1200

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building Icons building Description Appearances faded Etymology Tove, river-name + ceaster, 'Roman settlement' Translation Earlier editors Castor or Thrapston (Gough); -/towcestre (OS 1935); towcestre (Parsons) Early Maps Towcet(er) (Angliae Figura) Overwritten no Attested spelling Towecestre t. John, c. 1220 For

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Now goþ þis marchaunt faste and bysyly Til he cam in to Bruges meryly To Flaundres ward his prentys wel him gydeþ þe morne came and forþ þis marchaunt rydeþ Til þat daun Iohn rydeþ to his abbeye þey dranken

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causeþ more dispence And compynable and reuerent was sche A wyf he hadde of excellent beaute That riche was for which men heelde him wys A Marchaunt whilom dwelled at Seint Denys Here bygynneþ þe schipmannes tale f . 204

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A certeyn frankes and some wiþ him he ladde To borwe of certein frendes þat he hadde For which þis marchaunt is y wont to gon To paye xx þousand scheldes anon þat needes moste he make a Cheuesaunce For

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shipmannes tale A Marchaunt whilom dwelt at seint denys That riche was for which men hild him wis A wyf he had of excellent beaute And compaynable and reuerent was she Which is a thing that causeth more dispence Than

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And thus I lete hem ete and drynke and pleye This Marchaunt and this monk a day or tweye The thrid day this Marchaunt vp riseth And on his nedes sadly him auyseth And vp in to his countyng hous

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Title: 1 John Creator: Manuscript Name: Biblia Vulgata Text lang: LAT Locus: fol 302v a - Colophon: Explicit: Note: Resp stmt: Rubric: Summary:

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Title: 2 John Creator: Manuscript Name: Biblia Vulgata Text lang: LAT Locus: fol 303r b - Colophon: Explicit: Note: Resp stmt: Rubric: Summary:

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Title: 3 John Creator: Manuscript Name: Biblia Vulgata Text lang: LAT Locus: fol 303r b - Colophon: Explicit: Note: Resp stmt: Rubric: Summary:

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Title: John Creator: Manuscript Name: Biblia Vulgata Text lang: LAT Locus: fol 267v b - Colophon: Explicit: Note: Resp stmt: Rubric: Summary:

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the hospital of St Mary of Maydenebradlegh and the Prior and brethren serving there, by the predecessors of Edward I, John (23 May 1214) and Henry III (15 May 1227, 15 November 1228, 12 December 1267, 4 May 1235, undated

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E.' and 'J. Th'. English Latin ff. 30r-31v John Lydgate Stans puer ad mensam (IMEV 2233 ) 'Mi dere child first thisylue'. 'put al defaute apon iohn lidgate'. English ff. 31v-32r John Lydgate Prayer of the Cross (IMEV 3845 )

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barnabe þat he us to heouene bringue'. English Horstmann 1887, pp. 26-29. ff. 32v-34r South English Legendary: Life of St. John the Baptist ( IMEV 2945 ) 'Seint iohan was þe beste bern þe holie baptist þat euere of womman

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Shropshire (McIntosh, Samuels and Benskin, 1986, vol. 1, p. 149). A fifteenth-century copy of John Mirk's Instructions for Parish Priests copied by John Holyns. ff. 1r-33v John Mirk Instructions for Parish Priests (IMEV 961 ) 'God seythe hymselfe as wretyn

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Manuscript not consulted. Book written for John Dedwood of Chester c. 1470 (see Macaulay 1899-1902, p. clxiii). Dedwood's name and device, a piece of the trunk of a dead tree, appear on f. 1. John Dedwood is listed as Sheriff

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Blandus', f. 127v; John lyenell : f. 1v - 'John lyenell'; John Russel : eighteenth century - f. 1v, 124v, 127v - 'John Russel'; John Pygyn eighteenth/nineteenth century - f. 1r, 1v, 2r, 127v - 'John pygyn'; John Legus :

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and the beadle (line 37), a warrant officer working under the bailiff" (p. 250). John Alford cites the following lines from Piers Plowman (C.13.45-47): "If e marchaunt make his way ouer menne corne / And e hayward happe with hym

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he was receyvyd right honuurably. And this marchaunt of Egypt had in his hows a fayre yonge mayden whom he shold have had in mariage to hymself, of the whiche mayde thys marchaunt of Bandach was esprised with her love

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lift side unto the place of the knyghtes, and for to goo right tofore into the whyt poynt tofore the marchaunt. And the kyng also sortist the nature of the knyghtes whan he goeth on the right side in two

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spak of now Was large, ryche, ful of puple eke, For that fame every man thedyr drow. Every knyght and marchaunt gune it than seke; Thei thowt it was enow, whan thei schuld speke, A kyng to be lorde ovyr

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and i-staked, And other beddes by and by fressh i-dight, For comers to the hoost righte a sportful sight. The Marchaunt and the Mancipill, the Miller and the Reve, And the Clerk of Oxenforth to townward gon they meve, And

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PREBENDA MAGISTRI JOHANNIS CLARELL Benefice of PREBEND OF JOHN CLARELL (YK.NT.SW.02) £ 36. 13s. 4d. PREBEND OF JOHN CLARELL null (pat.) PREB N/A If appropriated No Full entry £ 36. 13s. 4d. 55

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Prebenda I. Brun Benefice of PREBEND OF JOHN BRUN (DA.DA.PB.20) £ 2. 0s. 0d. (prebend, canonry, or dignity, of secular college, of uncertain composition) PREBEND OF JOHN BRUN (pat.) ecclesiatical Not app. If appropriated No Full entry 1 Lincolnshire

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PORCIO JOHANNIS DE LACY Benefice of BISHOP AUCKLAND PORTION 3 (DU.DU.AU.04) £ 16. 13s. 4d. (portion) JOHN DE LACY £ 16. 13s. 4d. If appropriated No Full entry £ 16. 13s. 4d. 25

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PORCIO JOHANNIS DE LONDON Benefice of BISHOP AUCKLAND PORTION 10 (DU.DU.AU.11) £ 16. 0s. 0d. (portion) JOHN DE LONDON £ 16. 0s. 0d. If appropriated No Full entry £ 16. 0s. 0d. 24

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PORCIO JOHANNIS DE METINGHAM Benefice of DARLINGTON PORTION 3 (DU.DU.DR.04) £ 16. 13s. 4d. (portion) JOHN DE METINGHAM £ 16. 13s. 4d. If appropriated No Full entry £ 16. 13s. 4d. 25

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the foresayde l et res patentes vnto the foresayd John Saynell and John lake as in the releshe of the sayd John n leuenthorp made vnto the foresayd John Saynell and John lake more pleynly is contened of the whilk

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prest es Raynald Tolle Nichus Vnderhyll John Fyssher John Newport will a m Cook John Clerk John Skryven will a m Taylo ur Henr Grasseley and willm lorett es say expressely as the said John meu er ell sayd in

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the sayde John whitfeld to entre into the sayde halfe of the Man er of Rydale & loghryg w t all the ap ur tinance And the sayde John Flemyng to pay to gros+som to the sayd John whitfeld spacefiller

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John Raulyn and John hor heires and hor assignes for eu er -more as in A dede to the foresaides Jenkyn John Raulyn and John therof made more playnly ys made menshone that the saides Jenkyn John Raulyn and

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being wytnes Syr John of Peny n gton knyght william Flemy n g John n of Troghton John of wekers Robyn Dicson of Mytyrdale John n Nicholson Richard Nicholson williatear Nicholson John n Scharpe the helder John Scharpe the yonger

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þere., Anon ase þe apostles seghen,, Seint John wep wiȝ his eghen,, þai weren amaid alle., ‘John’ quad Peter ‘leue fere,, Whi makst þous foule chere,, What is þe bifalle?’, ‘Peter’ quad John ‘iwis,, Formest þou sschalt telle me þis:,

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of other versions of the so-called Battle Abbey Roll and the relation between the Auchinleck text and that published by John Leland in his De Rebus Britannicis Collectanea, see Smyser and the study by the Duchess of Cleveland, who resided

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Additional MS 36983. Manchester, John Rylands MS 45388 (Engl. 50). St John's College Cambridge MS 256. Bodleian Library MS 29430 (Additional C.220). Note: Morrill does not list four of the manuscripts (BL Add. 36983, Manchester John Rylands 45388, St John's

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How þis child mourning sit?, Mete and drink he forȝit., Litel he eteȝ and lasse he drinkeȝ;, He nis no marchaunt as me þinkeȝ.’, To Florice þan spak ȝhe, ‘Child, ful of mourning I þe se,, þus far herinne þis

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he nemnede þous þo., þe heremite, þat was holi of lif,, Hadde a soster þat was a wif;, A riche marchaunt of þat countre, Hadde hire ispoused into þat cite., To hire þat schild he sente þo, Bi his knaue

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images. Date(s) Author(s) [John Redford, John Heywood, John Thorne, Thomas Pridioxe, Myles Huggard, Master Knyght] Collection(s) Additional Manuscript Number 15,233 Source Library British Library, London Description THE ORGAN part of various pieces of sacred music, by John Redford, Master of

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27 images. Date(s) Author(s) [John Wycliffe] Collection(s) Part Two: Medieval Manuscripts from the Additional Manuscripts, Section B Manuscript Number 28,256 Source Library British Library, London Description THE Revelation of St. John, translated into English by John Wycliffe, preceded by a

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Medieval Manuscripts from the Sloane and Additional Manuscripts, Section A 14,408 British Library, London 86 images. Date(s) Author(s) [John Lydgate, Vegetius, John Walton, S. Isidore] Collection(s) Part One: Medieval Manuscripts from the Sloane and Additional Manuscripts, Section A Manuscript Number

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Medieval Adv.Ms. 19.2.2 National Library of Scotland 197 images. Date(s) Author(s) [John Barbour] Collection(s) Scotland Medieval Manuscript Number Adv.Ms. 19.2.2 Source Library National Library of Scotland Description (i) (i) John Barbour: 'The Life and Acts of Robert Bruce.' 1489. Poem.

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Date(s) XVIth cent. Author(s) [Ariosto, Sir John Harington] Collection(s) Additional Manuscript Number 18,920 Source Library British Library, London Description CANTOS XIV.-XLVI. of Ariosto's "Orlando Furioso," translated into English stanzas of ottava rima by Sir John Harington; with notes, etc. The

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Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858 icon

Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858

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Employment: provost of the collegiate church of St John, Beverley. Location: Beverley, St John (YorkshireEastRiding) Place(s): Collegiate Church of St John the Evangalist, Beverley (ecclesia beati Johannis Beverl') : undefined Participant: John Waltham [de Waltham] Role: defendant Details: male Employment:

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Participant: John Rollnethebince [Rollnethebince] Role: witness Details: male; 28; free Location: Beverley, St John (YorkshireEastRiding) Place(s): Beverley (Beverlaco) : town Notes: Cannot identify surname 'Rollnethebince'. Participant: William Young [Yonge] Role: witness Details: male; 30; free Location: Beverley, St John (YorkshireEastRiding)

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St John (YorkshireEastRiding) Place(s): Tickton (Tykton) : township Participant: Robert Wragby [de Wrageby] Role: witness Details: male; 40; clerk Employment: vicar choral of the college of Beverley, St John Location: Beverley, St John (YorkshireEastRiding) Place(s): Collegiate Church of St John

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Details:2 Pieces; No deposition; No libel; No sentence Outcome: Date: 1396 — 1396 People & Places Participant: John Salter [Salter] Alternate name: John son of Henry Salter [Salter] Role: plaintiff Details: male Location: Stanhope (Durham) Place(s): Snape Gate (Snape) :

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contract) Details:3 Pieces; Has deposition; Has libel; Has sentence Outcome: Date: 26/04/1335 — 1336 People & Places Participant: John son of John Role: plaintiff Details: male Location: North Dalton (YorkshireEastRiding) Place(s): North Dalton (Northedalton, Northdalton) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: Emma

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British Library Catalogue of Illuminated Manuscripts

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formed by a dragon and a lion, of John writing on a tablet and the dove of the Holy Spirit approaching to his ear, at the beginning of the prologue to John. Fourth volume of a set of Glossed Gospels;

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of John the Evangelist in Patmos, with a full border and a foliate initial 'S'(aint), at the beginning of the life of John. Miniatures were attributed to the Master of the Dresden Prayerbook (Brinkmann 1997), who also illuminated Sir John

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that most of John Prise's religious manuscripts came from such houses.Sir John Prise (alias Sion ap Rhys, b. 1502 or 1503, d. 1555): 'John Prise: is Owner of this booke' (f. 2); cf. N. R. Ker, 'Sir John Prise', ~The

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the various books John Harefinch, in 1708: inscriptions 'John Harefinch His Booke 1708', twice, and 'John Harefinch' (f. 274v); 'John Harefinch His Book' (ff. 19v, 20, 47); 'John Harefinch is owner of this book' (f. 74); John Harefinch is the

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(?) (f. 88v); 'I tell you plyn of John Hanum [. . . ] (f. 102v); 'William Wylkensone' (f. 111v); 'Thomas Cowpland, John Bolton, Robert Spynk, Garry Jacson, James Loueden, Thomas Tomson, John Best, Richard Hilborn (f. 172); Harry bramam'

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The Production and Use of English Manuscripts 1060 to 1220 icon

The Production and Use of English Manuscripts 1060 to 1220

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script. et comp. temp. Hen. 2di , he adds that the see of Kilfenora was held by Bernard Adams 1606-17, John Steere 1617-21, William Murray 1621-8, and James Heygate 1630-8 . Acquired by the British Museum along with the rest

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fols 4*, 5* Homilies , s. xi 2 (?) Fragments of the homilies on 'Stephen' and 'The Assumption of St. John' from ~x00e6~lfric's First Series of Catholic Homilies , found in the binding of a cartulary. Parchment 260 151 224

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left at the end. Unknown. Ker (1957, p. 457) observes: 'The manuscript was given to Stonyhurst College by the Rev. John Middlehurst, S. J. Previously it had been bought from a pedlar for 2 s . 6 d '. Short

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Latin, fols 114v-15v, 147 ( Ker 1957 , pp. 47-48). Matthew: fols 2-45 v Mark: fols 46-71/12 Luke: fols 73-114 John: fols 116/147/15 The West-Saxon translation of the Gospels. See Ker for description Pr. Skeat 1871-87 (Referred to as Corp.

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e GREGORIES se mid grecum crissostomas ys haten' Scribe 3 . Liuzza 1995 , p. 18. fols 135r-173r Gospel of John 'In principio erat erat uerbum' 'Her onginð þæt godspell þe Iohannes se godspellere ge ƿrat on pathmos þam eigtlande.'

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Geographies of Orthodoxy: Mapping English Pseudo-Bonaventuran Lives of Christ, 1350-1550 icon

Geographies of Orthodoxy: Mapping English Pseudo-Bonaventuran Lives of Christ, 1350-1550

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that of the main scribe John Cok, although Cok signs his name at the end of the item. Item 5 : A short excerpt from Piers Plowman (C. 16. 182-201) possibly in the hand of John Cok, with a title

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section from the Gospel of Nichodemus section is not found in Stonyhurst MS B.43 (the corresponding section is missing in John Rylands MS 895. "Now Ih es u for his muche my3t 3eue vs grace such e beleue to haue

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Hartlebury. The natural reading of the ex libris is that John Hartylbury was a monk of the Benedictine Abbey of Pershore: if that is so, can he be the 'Dom. John Hartilbury, Cistercian of Dore' who was ordained at Whitborne

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that this is also penned by John Morton; C15. Stub between fols 146-147: "Amen q uod noght" (repeated), beside "In mynd of my trespas I cry god marcy" (repeated); possibly in hand of John Morton; C15. Fol. 149v: "uno duo

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Manchester, John Rylands Library MS Eng. 413 Described by: Ryan Perry. Revision date: June 1st, 2010 Heading Nicholas Love, Mirror of the Blessed Life , early-mid-C15? Condition A much damaged and fragmentary copy of the Mirror ; the first and

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