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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

June 2004. Related Manuscripts and other documents Textual Lewis and McIntosh state that this manuscript is a member of the Lichfield subgroup (1982, p. 121). Coxe, H. O. 1852. Catalogus Codicum MSS. qui in Collegiis Aulisque Oxoniensibus Hodie Adservantur ,

Osborn Collection, Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Yale University'. Related Manuscripts and other documents Textual A member of the Lichfield subgroup (Lewis and McIntosh 1982, p. 91). Allen, H. E. 1927. Writings Ascribed to Richard Rolle, Hermit of Hampole

member of the Lichfield subgroup (Lewis and McIntosh 1982, p. 88). Scribal Written in the same hand as London, British Library, MS Harley 1205 (Lewis and McIntosh 1982, p. 87) which has a scribal dialect of 'Lichfield or nearby Staffs.'

Atlas Grid Reference: not mapped but McIntosh, Samuels and Benskin state that the 'language is from Lichfield or nearby' (1986, p. 239). A late fourteenth-century copy of the Prick of Conscience (Lewis and McIntosh 1982, p. 63). ff. 1r-125r Prick

and Oxford, Bodleian Library, MS Rawl. poet. 139 (1982, p. 69). They state that it is also related to the Lichfield subgroup comprised of: Holkham Hall, Wells, Norfolk, Library of the Earl of Leicester, MS 668; London, College of Arms,

Rebecca Farnham, University of Birmingham, July 2003. Related Manuscripts Textual Textually related in the Prick of Conscience : Lichfield Cathedral, MS 16; Lichfield Cathedral, MS 50; London, British Library, MS Harley 1731; London, British Library, MS Harley 2281; Oxford, Bodleian

and a few other notes. Mynors and Thomson note that this is probably John Foxholes OFM, who was at the Lichfield convent in 1436-41, and then at Oxford c. 1451, and archbishop of Armagh from 1471, and who had died

14 (Dialect: Devon). The group is derived from the Vernon subgroup of the Prick of Conscience and related to the Lichfield subgroup (Lewis and McIntosh 1982, p. 105). Allen, H. E. 1927. Writings Ascribed to Richard Rolle, Hermit of Hampole

century. Catalogued and encoded by Rebecca Farnham, University of Birmingham, 2003. Related Manuscripts Lewis and McIntosh associate this manuscript with: Lichfield Cathedral, MS 16 (Scribe 1 - strong southwestern dialect, probably Somerset, south Gloucestershire, or Wiltshire; Scribe 2 - strong

at the Council of Lyons to the cappellae regiae. 4I Hen. III. 2. Agreement between Richard Bp of Coventry and Lichfield, and the Deans and Canons of S. Mary Shrewsbury, Stafford, Penkreth, Tettenhall, Wolverhampton and Brogenorth as to their immunity,

different hand. F. 343va - ' Gruffyth Smyth '. He was possibly a Shrewsbury man whose will was registered at Lichfield in 1557. Ff. 316v and 317v - indecipherable sixteenth/seventeenth-century inscriptions. Seventeenth century: f. 413v - ' Thomas Brooke the

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