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British Library Catalogue of Illuminated Manuscripts

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blue foliate decoration (ff. 2, 89v). Glossed Gospel of Mark ? Lichfield Cathedral, Staffordshire, 13th century(?): 'Liber ewangl. mar[…] glosat. (e?)ccl(es)ie(?) lich.(??)'; a glossed Mark was recorded at Lichfield by Patrick Young in c.1622.'John Stout', 16th century? (f. 9, lower

blue foliate decoration (ff. 2, 89v). Glossed Gospel of Mark ? Lichfield Cathedral, Staffordshire, 13th century(?): 'Liber ewangl. mar[…] glosat. (e?)ccl(es)ie(?) lich.(??)'; a glossed Mark was recorded at Lichfield by Patrick Young in c.1622.'John Stout', 16th century? (f. 9, lower

blue foliate decoration (ff. 2, 89v). Glossed Gospel of Mark ? Lichfield Cathedral, Staffordshire, 13th century(?): 'Liber ewangl. mar[…] glosat. (e?)ccl(es)ie(?) lich.(??)'; a glossed Mark was recorded at Lichfield by Patrick Young in c.1622.'John Stout', 16th century? (f. 9, lower

blue foliate decoration (ff. 2, 89v). Glossed Gospel of Mark ? Lichfield Cathedral, Staffordshire, 13th century(?): 'Liber ewangl. mar[…] glosat. (e?)ccl(es)ie(?) lich.(??)'; a glossed Mark was recorded at Lichfield by Patrick Young in c.1622.'John Stout', 16th century? (f. 9, lower

at the beginning of the manuscript. Facsimiles in ink and often colours of manuscripts in Oxford, Cambridge, Dublin, Durham, Lichfield, Milan, Leyden, Utrecht, Stockholm, St. Gall, and Abbeville. Collection of 42 facsimiles of manuscript pages copied by J. O. Westwood

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Late Medieval English Scribes

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Scribal Profile Lichfield Scribe Profiles for this Scribe: Tokyo, Takamiya Collection MS 54 England, Lichfield, Cathedral Library MS 29 Current Manuscript: Tokyo, Takamiya Collection MS 54 Folios: Hand 1 copied 1r-16v adghrswy

Manuscript Description Tokyo, Takamiya Collection MS 54 Title: South English Legendary Scribal Hands: Lichfield Scribe Petworth Scribe Further Information: See Takamiya list in Marrow et al, The Medieval Book.

Scribal Profile Lichfield Scribe Profiles for this Scribe: Tokyo, Takamiya Collection MS 54 England, Lichfield, Cathedral Library MS 29 Current Manuscript: England, Lichfield, Cathedral Library MS 29 Folios: 2-196r Sampled Folios: 70v Image Rights: Reproduced by kind permission of

Scribe: England, Petworth, The National Trust MS 7 England, Lichfield, Cathedral Library MS 29 Cambridge, Pembroke College MS 307 Scotland, Edinburgh, National Library of Scotland, Advocates' MS 18.1.7. London, British Library, MS Sloane 3501 Oslo and London, Schoyen Collection 615

Scribe: England, Petworth, The National Trust MS 7 England, Lichfield, Cathedral Library MS 29 Cambridge, Pembroke College MS 307 Scotland, Edinburgh, National Library of Scotland, Advocates' MS 18.1.7. London, British Library, MS Sloane 3501 Oslo and London, Schoyen Collection 615

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Prebendaries Brewood PREBENDARIES OF BREWOOD This prebend was held by the deans of Lichfield (q.v.).

Close Rolls, Edward III December 1327 December 1327 Dec. 30. Lichfield. To the sheriff of Kent. Order to cause a coroner for that county to be elected in place of John de Hampton of Rochester, deceased.

, preb., see Lichfield Bishops Itchington , preb., see Lichfield Blaston , Leics., 32 Bobenhull , preb., see Lichfield Bole , preb., see York Bolton , preb., see Lichfield Brantingham , Yorks., 62 Brewood , preb., see Lichfield Bromyard ,

(f. 28.) [To Thomas-. Provision to him, a monk of Ewesham in the diocese of Worcester, of the order of St. Benedict, of the dependent priory of Penwortham (?) in the diocese of Lichfield. ] Only the usual final clauses:

Master John de Amelio, canon of Lichfield, treasurer of the duchy of Spoleto. Mandate touching the affairs of the duchy. 1321. 3 Kal. Nov. Avignon. (f. 65.) To Walter, bishop of Coventry and Lichfield. Power touching the appropriation of the

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Early English Books Online Text Creation Partnership

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17018S10068699836516794[The horse the ghoos & the sheep].Lydgate, John, 1370?-1451?17 600dpi TIFF G4 page imagesUniversity of Michigan, Digital Library Production ServiceAnn Arbor, Michigan2005 December (TCP phase 1)99836516STC (2nd ed.) 17018.Duff 261.794A06553.0001.001This keyboarded and encoded edition of the work described above

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The Taxatio Database

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Birthplace Trust, Stoneleigh MSS, DR 18/31/3, fos. 75r-100r (Coventry & Lichfield) p.77 £ 1. 6s. 8d. CALDECOTE Stratford, Shakespeare Birthplace Trust, Stoneleigh MSS, DR 18/31/3, fos. 75r-100r (Coventry & Lichfield) p.77 SP348951 ded: ST THEOBALD AND ST CHAD The Victoria

Birthplace Trust, Stoneleigh MSS, DR 18/31/3, fos. 75r-100r (Coventry & Lichfield) p.77 £ 0. 13s. 4d. LITTLE PACKINGTON Stratford, Shakespeare Birthplace Trust, Stoneleigh MSS, DR 18/31/3, fos. 75r-100r (Coventry & Lichfield) p.77 SP211843 ded: ST BARTHOLOMEW The Victoria History of

Birthplace Trust, Stoneleigh MSS, DR 18/31/3, fos. 75r-100r (Coventry & Lichfield) p.77 £ 0. 13s. 4d. HONILEY Stratford, Shakespeare Birthplace Trust, Stoneleigh MSS, DR 18/31/3, fos. 75r-100r (Coventry & Lichfield) p.77 SP244722 ded: ST JOHN THE BAPTIST The Victoria History

Birthplace Trust, Stoneleigh MSS, DR 18/31/3, fos. 75r-100r (Coventry & Lichfield) p.88 £ 1. 0s. 0d. HINSTOCK Stratford, Shakespeare Birthplace Trust, Stoneleigh MSS, DR 18/31/3, fos. 75r-100r (Coventry & Lichfield) p.88 SJ694263 ded: ST OSWALD Ordnance Survey (County Series): these

(Coventry & Lichfield) p.88v £ 0. 6s. 8d. MORETON CORBET SJ561233 ded: ST BARTHOLOMEW Ordnance Survey (County Series): these maps have been searched using www.old-maps.co.uk. (vicarage) Stratford, Shakespeare Birthplace Trust, Stoneleigh MSS, DR 18/31/3, fos. 75r-100r (Coventry & Lichfield) p.88v

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British Literary Manuscripts Online

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138. 142, 143. 147-150. Paper, XVIth cent., 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

Edwardi IV. de securitate clausi Lichfeldensis, Aº 1466. 198. b. 10 10. Henry VII, to the dean and chapter of Lichfield; confirming them in the possession of certain "lyveloode in the Peak of Derbyshire." 206. Pr. in Wilkins iii. 617.

IV. another order for a patent appointing Ld. Hastings, &c. his ambassadors to treat with the D. of Burgundy. (Lat.) Lichfield, May 14, 1473. 167 167. Notes of the years of certain embassies, from 1402 to 1405: collected probably for

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The Corpus of Middle English Prose and Verse

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prologe of the Chanons yoman. [ Lichfield MS, leaf 172, l. 3. ] Whan ended was / the tale of seint Cecyle Er we fully / had riden fif myle At Boughton . vnder the blee / vs gan a

/ terme of his lyve And there a poynt for ended is my tale God sende euery trewe man bote of his bale Prologus ¶ Thus endeth the tale of the Chanons yoman / ] [ Lichfield extract ends ]

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Manuscripts of the West Midlands

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Lancashire 'Written probably at Lichfield' (McIntosh, Samuels and Benskin 1986, vol. 1, p. 150), Linguistic Atlas Grid Reference: not mapped, LP 21. Ff. 81r-84r - Scribal Dialect: South Nottinghamshire 'but written by a scribe of Lichfield' (McIntosh, Samuels and Benskin

Scribal Dialect: Scribe 1 - Staffordshire, Scribe 2 - Lichfield, Staffordshire. Linguistic Atlas Grid Reference: not mapped. A late fourteenth/early fifteenth-century copy of the Prick of Conscience . ff. 3r-114r Prick of Conscience (IMEV 1193 ) 'Here bygynneþ þe soþe

Holkham Hall, Library of the Earl of Leicester 668 s. xiv/xv English Latin Scribal Dialect: Scribe 1 - Lichfield; Scribe 2 - Lichfield; Scribe 3 - Staffordshire; Scribe 4 - too short to assess. Linguistic Atlas Grid Reference: not mapped

Arundel 57 s. xiv ex English Scribal Dialect: Lichfield, Staffordshire. Linguistic Atlas Grid Reference: not mapped (Benskin and McIntosh 1986, p. 239; Lewis and McIntosh 1982, p. 79). A late fourteenth-century copy of Cursor Mundi and the Prick of Conscience

manuscript is related to London, British Library, MS Harley 1205 and Oxford, Bodleian Library, MS Eng. poet. a.1 and the Lichfield subgroup throughout (1982, pp. 115-116). Dennison, L., Orr, M. T., and Scott, K. L. ed, 2001. An Index of

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TEAMS Middle English Texts Series

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also follows roughly the structure of the liturgical Peregrinus,3 a form that was documented in England in an example from Lichfield that is contained in the Shrewsbury Fragments, which were somehow related to the York plays.4 The pageant’s relevance to

not appear elsewhere in the volume, has written the lyric on one and a half pages left blank between the Lichfield and Lydgate pieces. The lyric has been carefully laid out to fill the open space attractively: four large, eye-catching

Religious Lyrics of the XVth Century. Oxford: Clarendon, 1939. Pp. 233-36. [Refrain poem in same stanza; appears in Harley 1706.] Lichfield, William. The Complaint of God to Sinful Man. Ed. E. Bergstr'm. Anglia 34 (1911), 498-525. [Companion to Pety Job

Royal 8 C.i. Fifteenth century. A reshaping of Parts Two and Three of AW. Attributed to the fifteenth-century preacher William Lichfield (see Baugh's edition). French Versions Vitellius [F]. London, British Library, Cotton Vitellius F.vii. Early fourteenth century. A translation into

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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Arundel 119* (Lydgate, Seige of Thebes ), Schoyen Collection, Oslo, MS 615 (Walton's Boethius ) and was scribe B of Lichfield Cathedral Library MS 29, ( Canterbury Tales fols 196-294- see Simon Horobin 125-7, 153-4.) The text appears to be

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