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gruttere n. From grutta . ?A maker and seller of bran. (1362) in Thuresson ME Occup.Terms 196 Joh. le Gruttere [London].

likke-peni n. From likken & peni . An expensive place; london . a1605(?a1500) Lond.Lickpenny Hrl 542 111 For [read: far] well, london lykke peny, for ones & eye; for lake of money I may not spede.

approbat n. L ap)probatum ppl. as n. The official proving of a will; probate. (c1439) Proc.Chanc.PRO ser.C 1 file 9 no.119 Which forgid testament was made and provid at the Archez yn london..after the probat there of made atte

enterclosed ppl. Cp. OF entreclos ppl. Enclosed. (1457) Doc. in Sharpe London 3.387 Þe copies of ij lettres entreclosed within thise.

Londoner(e n. From London . An inhabitant of London, a Londoner. (a1387) Trev. Higd. StJ-C H.1 6.393 Þe Londoners [Higd.(2) : men of London]..destroyed þat castel. (a1387) Trev. Higd. StJ-C H.1 8.253 Octobon, þe legat, denounced acorsed þe Londoners. (c1400)

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/ & hir hedes on poles borne on highe / and so they were brought thurgh the Cyte of london vnto london bridge and there hyr heedes were set vpon high / and hir quarters weren sente to other good

of the bourgeys of london the kynges tresorer bisshop of excetre was heded withoute the north dore of saynt pou¦les chirche / And in the morowe the toure of london was take by bourgeys of london in helpe of the

and sent it vn to london. and there it was set vpon london brugge. And in this same yere was sir Barnard Brokeye knyght taken and arestid and put in to thee tour of london and sir Iohn̄ Shelly knyght

he was comyng to london warde / tydynges cam to the Cyte / that kynge Rycharde was comen to westmynstre / And anon the peple of london in their furye and wodenesse as peple maliciously sette ageinst king Richard their

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. The coke of london while þe reue spakke For Ioy him þouht he clowde him on þe bakke Ha ha qd he for cristes passione This Mellere haþe a scharpe conclusione Vpon his argument of herbegage Wele seide Salamon

that he had mad al this array He sent his knaue and eke his wenche also Vpon his nede to london for to go And on the monday whan it drogh to nyght He shette his dore wyth outen candil

maad al this array He sente his knaue , and eek his wenche also Vp on his nede , to London for to go And on the Monday , whan it drow to nyght He shette his dore , with

pye He koude rooste , and seethe , and broille , frye Wel koude he knowe , a draghte of london ale And poudre marchaunt. tart and , Galyngale To boille the chiknes , with the Marybones A Cook they

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

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Location: London(London) : city Describes London as a parish. Participant: Richard Welford [de Welford] Role: witness Details: male Participant: William Lichfield [de Lichefeld] Role: witness Details: male Participant: John Pulteney [Pulteneye] Role: witness Details: male; knight Location: London(London)

Canterbury which the deponent says was 'sedente in quidam ecclesiam London' ('sitting at a certain church in London') - this would be the Court of Arches, held at the Church of St Mary Le Bow. Location: London(London') : city

: country Place(s): Italy (Court of Rome (Curia Romana) : ecclesiastical province Location: Lincoln (Lincoln') : diocese Location: London(London') : city papal letter or dispensation 'fuit et adhuc est detentus in custodia et carcere domini regis apud London' '.

vicar of St Nicholas, Newcastle Notes: Herlawe seems to have been an especially popular surname in London - see especially the Calendar of London Letter Books. Participant: Robert Newenham [de Newenham] Role: defence proctor Details: male; clerk Participant: ManserusMarmion [Marmyon]

: ecclesiastical parish Location: Leven (YorkshireEastRiding) Place(s): Leven (ecclesia paroch' de Leven in Hold' ) : ecclesiastical parish Location: London(London') : city Location: Beverley, St John (YorkshireEastRiding) Place(s): Beverley (Beverlacum) : township Location: Beverley, St John (YorkshireEastRiding) Place(s): Bedern

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this Scribe: London, British Library MS Harley 3943 London, Lambeth Palace Library MS 491, Part 1 USA, California, San Marino, Henry E. Huntington Library MS HM 114 London, Corporation of London Record Office, Letterbook I London, Corporation of London Record

Scribal Profile Robert Bale / Baile Profiles for this Scribe: London, Guildhall Library MS 5370 London, Guildhall Library, 31603 Current Manuscript: London, Guildhall Library MS 5370 Sampled Folios: p71 adghrswy

Scribal Profile Robert Bale / Baile Profiles for this Scribe: London, Guildhall Library MS 5370 London, Guildhall Library, 31603 Current Manuscript: London, Guildhall Library, 31603 adghrswy

this Scribe: London, British Library MS Harley 3943 London, Lambeth Palace Library MS 491, Part 1 USA, California, San Marino, Henry E. Huntington Library MS HM 114 London, Corporation of London Record Office, Letterbook I London, Corporation of London Record

College MS R.14.52 (922) London, British Library MS Additional 29901 London, British Library, MS Arundel 59 London, British Library, MS Cotton Claudius A.VIII London, British Library, MS Harley 78 London, British Library MS Harley 372 London, British Library MS Harley

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Linguistic Geographies: The Gough Map of Great Britain

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Full Record: London County Middlesex Transcript lo(n)don Icon description four spired churches with crosses, two castles, wall with one gate, white paint, blue roofs, round windows and portcullis in silver leaf, now tarnished, spires in gold leaf Icons decoration decoration

Dorking on its banks. The tributary between Cobham and Kingston is probably the Hogswill river, and that from Croydon to London the Wandle. East of the Wandle is probably the Ravensbourne and finally the Darent upon which stands Dartford (Parsons).

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The Corpus of Middle English Prose and Verse

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To Coventre at Watlyngton, iiij. d. To London T. Wood and othyr to fett home my lady, xvij. d. To attourney for John Fenn , xiij. s. iiij. d. To my lady at London at ij tymes xv. li. vj.

A.C., xlvi, 98. Ryȝthe worchypeffull cossyn, y recomaund me unto you: prayng yow that hyt lyke yow to come to London and speke wyth me and wyth my syster: and that hyt lyke yow to hye yow yn all godely

is a Stonor Letter , but it is of interest as illustrating the barge traffic between London and Henley . From A.C. , xlvi, 264. Ryght trusty ffrend, I comand me to you: lettyng you wet þat ȝe shall resseyve

redeundo versus London .; iij. li. quos Willelmus Mayne solvit domino apud Stonor . There are also legal expenses incurred by William Penbrygge, with his expenses on going to London ; and expenses for John Hals in London . The

to come to London to me to the intent she may be holpyn þeroff. I send syr William , Annes Dibdale , and Howlake for hir, and on Twesday next I trust to see you here at London , and

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Europa Inventa: Early European Objects in Australasian Collections

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belonging to the KingÕs School Bruton 1297Ñ1826, Dorchester 1939, p.6; Sir Hilary Jenkinson, Letters Patent of lnspeximus of Magna Carta, London 1952 (typescript). Music notation: Note: Orig date: s. xiiiex Orig place: England, Westminster Origin: Copy intended for the County

Items: Confirmatory Grant Acquisition: Presented in 1938 by Captain Herbert W. Knocker, 1 Mitre Court Buildings, London. Binding: Catchwords: Collation: Composite: Condition: Deco desc: Dimensions: 295 x 190 mm., with a fold of 25 mm Extent: one sheet Foliation: Hand

Items: Grant Acquisition: Presented in 1938 by Captain Herbert W. Knocker, 1 Mitre Court Buildings, London. Binding: Catchwords: Collation: Composite: Condition: Deco desc: Dimensions: 325 x 160 mm., with a fold of 20 mm Extent: one sheet Foliation: Hand desc:

John Pearson, nineteenth-century bibliophile and founder of a distinguished house of London booksellers.] Sale on 7 December 1924 at which it was purchased by James Tregaskis and Son of London; inside the front cover is the armorial book-plate (motto UBIQUE

Kensington, Sydney Associated Manuscript Items: Horae (fragment) Acquisition: acquired from Messrs Francis Edwards, London in 1964 Binding: Catchwords: Collation: Composite: Condition: mounted Deco desc: initials and line fillÑins are gold, red, blue, with white tracery. On the verso side is

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citizen and tailor of London, to John Somerton grocer, Thomas Loy tailor and William Worldlich otherwise Baynard tailor citizens of London, their executors and assigns. Gift with warranty of all his goods and chattels in London and elsewhere within the

to the king all forfeitures under the statute of 47 Edward III being omitted: mainpernors, John Peyntour of London draper, Thomas Scot of London mercer, and Thomas Brent of London. Dated 27 February. French . By bill of the treasurer.

Rolls, Henry VI 1445 1445 Thomas Combe of London 'parissh clerke' to John Woderoffe and George Orchard citizens of London, their executors and assigns. Gift of all his goods and chattels in London and elsewhere, and all debts to him

London. Like writ, mutatis mutandis , by mainprise of John Crulefelde 'haberdassher,' John Clerke 'haberdassher' John Wynkeler 'brouderer' and Robert Barbour 'haberdassher,' all of London, in favour of John Sauvage of London 'wyredrawer' at suit of John Tevent of

VI 1444 1444 Membrane 22 d . John Walrande of London 'gentilman' to John Burgh of Surrey, Henry Coventre of London esquires, John Bridlyngton 'gentilman' and John Osyn citizen of London, their executors and assigns. Gift of all his goods

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British Library Catalogue of Illuminated Manuscripts

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the lower margin, the ink stamp of the Royal Society of London. 1 large zoomorphic initial (f. 1). 2 large decorated initials (ff. 45, 78). Decorated descenders, one including a Crucifixion (f. 182v). De eucharista contra Petrum Martyrem Vermilium Written

Royal Society, London (its ink stamp: 'Soc. Reg. Lond / ex dono HENR. HOWARD / Norfolciensis.', f. 1).Purchased by the British Museum from the Royal Society of London together with 549 other Arundel manuscripts in 1831. Foliate initial London England,

Society, London (its ink stamp: 'Soc. Reg. Lond / ex dono HENR. HOWARD / Norfolciensis.', f. 1).Purchased by the British Museum from the Royal Society of London together with 549 other Arundel manuscripts in 1831. Foliate initial and border London

Society, London (its ink stamp: 'Soc. Reg. Lond / ex dono HENR. HOWARD / Norfolciensis.', f. 1).Purchased by the British Museum from the Royal Society of London together with 549 other Arundel manuscripts in 1831. Detail: Foliate initial London England,

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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

4d. LONDON, ST ANTONIN PRO, E179/68/11 (Middlesex & London archdeaconries, with list of minute benefices as in T 20) p.1d TQ326811 1 ded: ST ANTONIN C.Brooke & G.Keir, London 800-1216: The Shaping of a City (London, 1975) p.123 (pension) LONDON

8d. LONDON, ST MICHAEL CORNMARKET TQ321813 1 ded: ST MICHAEL C.Brooke & G.Keir, London 800-1216: The Shaping of a City (London, 1975) p.123 (pension) LONDON ST PAUL'S CATHEDRAL, SECULAR COLLEGE, CHAPTER £ 1. 6s. 8d. London, Corporation of London Record

BRADESTRATE London, Corporation of London Record Office, Cust/6 fos 181r-182v (list of all the city of London's benefices in the Liber Custumarum as in MunimentaRiley2i 233-8) p.181 £ 1. 5s. 0d. LONDON, ST PETER BROAD STREET London, Corporation of London

DE ESTCHEPE London, Corporation of London Record Office, Cust/6 fos 181r-182v (list of all the city of London's benefices in the Liber Custumarum as in MunimentaRiley2i 233-8) p.181v £ 1. 8s. 0d. LONDON, ST GEORGE London, Corporation of London Record

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Code: L0155 MS reference: London, BL Lansdowne Charter 627 Text: Bond Yis endent ur made at wotton n in weredall ye xiij day of Fefir3ere in ye 3ere of kyng Henr ye fyfte ye thred 3ere wittnes yat Sir Rawfe

Code: L0325 MS reference: London, Public Record Office C 1/15/137 Text: Petition To the right reu er ent and Worshipfull lord the Archebisshope Of Cannturbury and Chaunceller of Englond 2-3 blank lines Besechuth mekely your pore Orato ur Thomas Horton

Code: L0150a MS reference: London, Public Record Office C 47/44/315 Text: Ordinance Jn ye hon ur of god and of his modur Marie and of seint Johan baptist a+brotherhed is be-gunne this is the ordinance of the gilde . that

Code: L0150b MS reference: London, Public Record Office C 47/44/316 Text: Ordinance Oxeburgh Jn þe hono ur of god & of hese modir Marie & of seint Pet er a 3elde is be-gonne in þe 3er of þe regne of

Code: L0434 MS reference: London, Public Record Office C 1/9/378 Text: Petition To the worchipfull fader in god Bisshop n of Bathe Chaunceller of Englond Besechen mekely your pou er Chapelleyns the Abbot and Couent of the Abbey of Burton

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London, British Library MS. Harley 63 Incipit Short description pending, July 2006, click link for Long Description. Matheson Version * Matheson Number * Pages in Mathson, The Prose Brut * Date of production * References in LALME * Items

London, British Library MS. Harley 3730 Incipit Short description pending, July 2006, click link for Long Description. Matheson Version * Matheson Number * Pages in Mathson, The Prose Brut * Date of production * References in LALME * Items

London, British Library MS. Additional 12030 Incipit Short description pending, July 2006, click link for Long Description. Matheson Version * Matheson Number * Pages in Mathson, The Prose Brut * Date of production * References in LALME * Items

London, British Library MS. Additional 10099 Incipit Short description pending, July 2006, click link for Long Description. Matheson Version * Matheson Number * Pages in Mathson, The Prose Brut * Date of production * References in LALME * Items

London, British Library MS. Sloane 2027 Incipit Short description pending, July 2006, click link for Long Description. Matheson Version * Matheson Number * Pages in Mathson, The Prose Brut * Date of production * References in LALME * Items

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MS Additional 10,422 British Library, London 113 images. Date(s) Author(s) [Robert Southwell] Collection(s) Additional Manuscript Number 10,422 Source Library British Library, London Description THE POEMS, Letters, and Prose Works of Robert Southwell, the Jesuit. XVIth cent. Quarto. Source Microfilm

Manuscripts, Section A 9832 British Library, London 82 images. Date(s) Author(s) [Geoffrey Chaucer] Collection(s) Part One: Medieval Manuscripts from the Sloane and Additional Manuscripts, Section A Manuscript Number 9832 Source Library British Library, London Description THE LEGENDE of good women,

Additional Manuscripts, Section A 10,046 British Library, London 136 images. Date(s) Author(s) [] Collection(s) Part One: Medieval Manuscripts from the Sloane and Additional Manuscripts, Section A Manuscript Number 10,046 Source Library British Library, London Description THE PSALMS in English, of

Additional Manuscripts, Section A 10,047 British Library, London 153 images. Date(s) Author(s) [] Collection(s) Part One: Medieval Manuscripts from the Sloane and Additional Manuscripts, Section A Manuscript Number 10,047 Source Library British Library, London Description THE PSALMES of Davith that

Manuscripts, Section A 10,302 British Library, London 71 images. Date(s) Author(s) [Thomas Norton] Collection(s) Part One: Medieval Manuscripts from the Sloane and Additional Manuscripts, Section A Manuscript Number 10,302 Source Library British Library, London Description THE ORDICALS of Alchymy, written,

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London, Lambeth Palace MS 328 Described by: Revision date: Heading Nicholas Love, Mirror of the Blessed Life of Jesus Christ , mid-C15. Condition Number of Items Title(s) of Pseudo-Bonaventuran Text(s) Incipit Colophon Secundo Folio Explicit Languages of the MS

London, British Library, MS Additional 21006 Described by: Revision date: Heading Nicholas Love, Mirror of the Blessed Life of Jesus Christ , 2nd quarter C15. Condition Number of Items Title(s) of Pseudo-Bonaventuran Text(s) Incipit Colophon Secundo Folio Explicit Languages

London, British Library, MS Arundel 112 Described by: Revision date: Heading Nicholas Love, Mirror of the Blessed Life of Jesus Christ , mid-C15 Condition Number of Items Title(s) of Pseudo-Bonaventuran Text(s) Incipit Colophon Secundo Folio Explicit Languages of the

London, P.R.O. Exchequer K.R. Misc. Book 1.26 Described by: Ryan Perry from Sargent. Revision date: June 1st, 2010 Heading Fragment from Nicholas Love, Mirror of the Blessed Life , C15? Condition - Number of Items 1 Title(s) of Pseudo-Bonaventuran

& grete mornynge." (Ends imperfectly, London MS fol. 111v) Item 6 : "I t he haþ vs here i seyde / ffor hit was i n þe tu m be y leyde" (ends imperfectly, London MS fol. 114v). Languages of

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A Chronicle At Large and meere History of the affayres of England; and Kings of the Same. London: Tottle and Toye, 1568-69. Rpt. London: J. Johnson, 1809. Major, John. A History of Greater Britain As Well England and Scotland. Trans.

fourteenth-century London on p. 14 of Chaucer's London designates the "London Stone" as landmark no. 29. 82 Canywike strete, or Candlewick Street, one of the wards of the city (near Walbrook), which contained "chandlers, weavers, and drapers" (Robertson, Chaucer's London,

-- "In London There I Was Bent," or London Lickpenny (Index § 3759) -- offers both a venality satire against the legal system and a lively social picture, including street cries of various sections in and around London. The story

eds. Rymes of Robin Hood. London: Heinemann, 1976. Pp. 255-57. Gutch, J. M., ed. A Lytelle Gest of Robin Hood with other Auncient and Modern Ballads and Songs Relating to the Celebrated Yeoman. 2 vols. London: Longman, 1847. Vol. II,

for the Mercers of London Lydgate, Mumming for the Goldsmiths of London JOHN LYDGATE, MUMMING FOR THE GOLDSMITHS OF LONDON: FOOTNOTE 1 Intentionally delivered this ark into your keeping JOHN LYDGATE, MUMMING FOR THE GOLDSMITHS OF LONDON: EXPLANATORY NOTES ABBREVIATIONS:

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Containing the Sermones Catholici, or Homilies of AElfric (London: ~x00e6~lfric Society, 1844; repr. New York: Johnson Reprint, 1971) ---, ed., The Sermones Catholici or Homilies of ~x00e6~lfric , ~x00e6~lfric Society, 2 vols (London: ~x00e6~lfric Society, 1844- 46) Wanley, H., A

Litany and Prayers from Harl. MS. 863. (London: Henry Bradshaw Society, 1914), vol. 1 ---, The Leofric Collectar Compared with the Collectar of St. Wulfstan, Together with Kindred Documents of Exeter and Worcester (London: Harrison, 1921), vol. 2 Drage, E.,

Datable Manuscripts c. 888-1600 in London Libraries (London: The British Library, 2003) Roffe, D., 'The Descriptio Terrarum of Peterborough Abbey', Historical Research , 65 (1992), 1-16 Stapleton, T., ed., Chronicon Petroburgense , Camden Society (London: Sumptibus Societas Camdenensis, 1849), vol.

description created by TK in Jan 2009 is an extended and modified version of em1060to1220_Cat/EMXML Template_TEI/EM template/em_final.xml created by ODR. London Lambeth Palace 173 Glosses , s. xi 2 Fols 157-221 of the manuscript contain Latin saints’ lives and vision

Humfrey, Antique literature septentrionalis liber alter (Oxford: Sheldonian Theatre, 1705) Whitelock, Dorothy, Some Anglo-Saxon Bishops of London , Chambers Memorial Lecture (London, 1975; repr. London: Variorum, 1981) Zupitza, Julius, 'Drei alte Excerpte aus Älfreds Beda', ZfdA , 30 (1886), 185-86

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of the Gesta Romanorum, EETS ES 33 (London: Trübner, 1879; reprinted 1962): 498-499. R. P. Wülcker, Altenglisches Lesebuch (Halle: Niemeyer, 1874-80). A. J. Ellis, On Early English Pronunciation, Chaucer Society, Second Series, 4 (London: Trübner, 1869): 449. T. Wright, The

A. Pearsall and R. A. Waldron (eds) (London: Athlone Press, 1969): 192-210. (Includes a transcription of the fragment University of London Library MS 593). Manual I, 105; 270. Index 683. Kyng Alisaunder Including London University Library MS 593 (fragments: L

the Duchess of Cleveland, who resided at Battle Abbey: C. L. W. Stanhope Powlett, The Battle Abbey Roll, 3 vols (London: Murray, 1889). Edition: H. M. Smyser, 'The list of Norman Names in the Auchinleck MS' in Mediaeval Studies in

Women and The Sayings of St Bernard. Edition: W. H. Hulme, The Middle English Harrowing of Hell, EETS ES 100 (London: Trübner, 1907; reprinted 1961). Other editions: H. Varnhagen, Praemissa est Editionis Criticae Retustissimi quod Sermone Anglico Conscriptum est Dramatis

for Wm. & D. Laing by Balfour and Clarke, 1821-22). Revised by W. C. Hazlitt, Early Popular Poetry of Scotland (London: Reeves and Turner, 1895). Manual I, 135; 293. Index 3868. Sir Orfeo ..... ..... ..... , ..... ..... .....

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nigrum'. Explicit stained and difficult to read. Other manuscripts: London, British Library, Additional 4797; London, British Library, Arundel 272; London, British Library, Harley 3840; London, British Library, Royal 18 A.vi; London, British Library, Sloane 7, 120, 135, 297, 962, 1315,

Related Manuscripts and other documents Textual According to Lewis and McIntosh this manuscript is closely related to: London, British Library, MS Harley 1205; London, British Library, MS Additional 22283; Oxford, Bodleian Library, MS Ashmole 41; Oxford, Bodleian Library, MS Eng.

(IMEV 2119 ) 'Marie modur wel þe be'. 'þat neuer more schal ne misse'. English Cf. London, British Library, MS Harley 2382, f. 86v, London, British Library, MS Additional 37787, f. 156v, and Horstmann 1892, p, 22. ff. 83v-84r Vision

the manuscripts in the British Museum in the years 1900-1905 , London: The Trustees of the British Museum. Weatherly, E. H. 1936. Speculum Sacerdotale edited from British Museum MS. Additional 36791 , London: Oxford University Press, facsimile of f. 59r.

January 2004. Related Manuscripts and other documents Textual The treatise (item 2) is also found in London, British Library, MS Additional 4698, and London , British Library, MS Sloane 3160 which also contain texts ascribed a West Midlands dialect. Brodin,

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