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and Additional Manuscripts, Section A Manuscript Number 12056 Source Library British Library, London Description TREATISE, in oldEnglish, of the virtues of Herbs;â€"Medicinal receipts;â€"Old English version of Lanfrane of Milan's larger work on the art of Surgery. Imperfect at the

10 in. x 7½ in. A. D. 1543-1547. Old Royal press-mark 'no. 1189'; not in the old catalogues. Source Microfilm Collection British Literary Manuscripts from the British Library, London; Series I: English Renaissance: Literature from the Tudor Period to the

Alexis; in oldEnglish verse. 145. The lines "Erthe oute of erthe," &c. f. 153 8 8. Merita missæ; in oldEnglish verse. 154. 9 9. The fifteen joys of our Lady; translated out of French into oldEnglish verse,

10,626 Source Library British Library, London Description FRAGMENT, Consisting of eight leaves, of the lives of the Saints, in oldEnglish verse. On vellum of the xvith cent. It is a portion of the A.. Ms. 10,301. Folio. Source Microfilm

Lumley. Bound with the preceding. Lumley cat. f. 359; not in the old catalogues. Source Microfilm Collection British Literary Manuscripts from the British Library, London; Series I: English Renaissance: Literature from the Tudor Period to the Restoration, c.1500-c.1700; Parts 4-6

Number 10,301 Source Library British Library, London Description A MARTYROLOGY, or Lives of the Saints, the Festivals, etc., in oldEnglish verse. Imperfect, being little more than the first half of the work; and ending with St. Michael's day. A

Not in the old catalogues. 'Myne eyes they wepe, my hart it bledes in brest, My soule doth sobbe, my bodie quakes for feare' Source Microfilm Collection British Literary Manuscripts from the British Library, London; Series I: English Renaissance: Literature

Manuscripts from the Sloane and Additional Manuscripts, Section A Manuscript Number 10,099 Source Library British Library, London Description THE OLDENGLISH CHRONICLE called Brut of England, continued to the accession of Edw. IV.;—A breve tretise complied for to bringe the

[John, Lord] Lumley. Lumley cat. f. 120 (?); not in the other old catalogues. Source Microfilm Collection British Literary Manuscripts from the British Library, London; Series I: English Renaissance: Literature from the Tudor Period to the Restoration, c.1500-c.1700; Parts 4-6

Source Library British Library, London Description THE ARCADIA of Sir Philip Sidney, in the original form known as the " Old Arcadia," in five books or "acts," divided by eclogues. There is no title or colophon. The text begins: "Arcadia,

the other old catalogues. 'The whole Countrie of Britaine (which at this daie, as it were in double name, is called Englande and Scotlande)' Source Microfilm Collection British Literary Manuscripts from the British Library, London; Series I: English Renaissance: Literature

[] Collection(s) Part Four: Vitellius Manuscript Number Vitellius C. XIII. Source Library British Library, London Description A poem in oldEnglish verse, containing directions for a pilgrimage to Jerusalem; in which are various dialogues betwen the Pilgrim, Grace-Dieu, Sapience, Charity,

Description RICHARD ROLLE, translation and exposition, verse by verse, with the Latin text, of the Psalter, followed by the six Old Testament canticles and the Magnificat, in the original and uninterpolated version as printed by H. R. Bramley, The Psalter

moribus abusivis. 38. 4 4. Cantici fragmentum, cum notis musicis. 38. b. 5 5. The Pilgrim: a poem in oldEnglish verse, consisting of dialogues between a pilgrim and sundry virtues and vices, God's grace, Satan, &c. with many paintings.

Sussex, per Radulphum Episc. Cicestrensem, A° 1121. 182. 20 20. The Bible of English policy; exhorting all England to keep the narrow sea environ: in oldEnglish verse. 184. 21 21. A poem in the form of a dialogue between

archidiac. Lincoln. qui tunc erat Paduæ: data ex Verona, 16 Julii 1468. 34. b. 3 3. A poem in oldEnglish on religious and moral subjects; with some paintings rudely executed. Sec. XV. [I crossed through]. A. D. 1468. Art.

Old press-marks on f. ii : " Shelf 28, Number 1" (16th cent.); "pr : 6 sh : 2 Ne 36" (cf. similar marks in Egerton MS. 2899). Another (catalogue ?) number, 2299, is on f. i. With the

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 the Fathers frendshipe. that formyd hevin.' 'In somer season. whan

in English upon herbs, arranged in alphabetical order. It begins,"Agnus is an herbe that men clepeTutseyn" and ends at the entry for"Solatrum nigrum". ff.16b-42. For an edition of a version of this text see Essays and Studies on English Language

(you) of this gratious and blessed secret the which is hid of old men." Source Microfilm Collection British Literary Manuscripts from the British Library, London; Series I: English Renaissance: Literature from the Tudor Period to the Restoration, c.1500-c.1700; Parts 1-3

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