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blotting ger. Blotting out, obliteration; paper , blotting paper. (1440) PParv. Hrl 221 41 Blottynge: Oblitteracio. (1465) Doc. in Rogers Hist.Agric.3 469 3 do. [quires of paper] una cum blottyng paper.

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, from Ar. A standard commercial measure for a large quantity of paper, ?= twenty quires. (1356) in Lofvenberg Contrib.Lex. 62 [Two] reem [and five quires of paper]. (1379) Grocer Lond. in EGSt.(1948) 98 Remz. (1393) Acc.Exped.Der. in Camd.n.s.52 154/9

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book or manuscript in a bound or an unbound state; writen ; (c) in quaieres , of a book: in quires that are not bound; (d) the standard commercial unit by which sheets of paper are sold [in some or

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315S10341998745723584[Doctrinale]Alexander, de Villa Dei.3 600dpi TIFF G4 page imagesUniversity of Michigan, Digital Library Production ServiceAnn Arbor, Michigan2011 April (TCP phase 2)19987457STC (2nd ed.) 315.23584A16225.0001.001This keyboarded and encoded edition of the work described above is co-owned by the institutions providing

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8v), II: the Virgil Master (quires i, iv), and three followers of the Virgil Master: III (quires ii, vi, xvii, xviii, xix); IV (quires iii, ix, x, xxiv, xxv, xxvi, xxvii, xxviii); and V (quires iv, v, vii, viii).One of

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8v), II: the Virgil Master (quires i, iv), and three followers of the Virgil Master: III (quires ii, vi, xvii, xviii, xix); IV (quires iii, ix, x, xxiv, xxv, xxvi, xxvii, xxviii); and V (quires iv, v, vii, viii).One of

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8v), II: the Virgil Master (quires i, iv), and three followers of the Virgil Master: III (quires ii, vi, xvii, xviii, xix); IV (quires iii, ix, x, xxiv, xxv, xxvi, xxvii, xxviii); and V (quires iv, v, vii, viii).One of

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8v), II: the Virgil Master (quires i, iv), and three followers of the Virgil Master: III (quires ii, vi, xvii, xviii, xix); IV (quires iii, ix, x, xxiv, xxv, xxvi, xxvii, xxviii); and V (quires iv, v, vii, viii).One of

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8v), II: the Virgil Master (quires i, iv), and three followers of the Virgil Master: III (quires ii, vi, xvii, xviii, xix); IV (quires iii, ix, x, xxiv, xxv, xxvi, xxvii, xxviii); and V (quires iv, v, vii, viii).One of

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(8)18-21 (5)22 (9)23 (8)24-28 (10)29 One sheet is missing from each of quires 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 11, 12, 14, 17, and two are wanting in quires 9 and 10. Fols 69r.-71v. should be read after 79v. and before

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Coutiches, Auchy, Le Bray, Raimbeaucourt, Le Vincourt, Orchies and Bersée. Information about Raches and Flines is incomplete, owing to the loss of several quires between fols 12v. and 13r. There are references to declarations made in 1532, 1533 and 1534.

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spine has the gilt title MANUSCRIPT. Catchwords: Catchwords agree Collation: (14)1-2 (16)3-18. First, two central and last sheets of the quires are vellum, the others are paper. Present fol.2 is misbound and should be read after 14. Ar., Av., 258v.-

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suggesting that the copy dates from about 1400. 1r. modern pencil 'Rowley (Sydney) 13.10.33' Record hist source: Sinclair no. 62 Seal: Signatures: no quire signatures but the quires have been numbered in modern pencil with arabic numerals Support: vellum Surrogates:

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Sinclair no. 44 Seal: Signatures: A few or quire signatures remain, but a modern hand using pencil has numbered the quires in the left-hand lower corner of the recto side of the first sheet of the gatherings. Support: vellum, fly

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Hand A Current Manuscript: Cambridge, University Library Mm.2.21 Folios: ff1-16v (quires 1-2), 17-32v (quires 3- 4), 41-64v (quires 6-8), 73-88v (quires 10-11), 97-136v (quires 13-17), 145-152v (quire 19), 161-176v (quires 21-22) Sampled Folios: 32v Image Rights: Reproduced by kind permission

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ff71-2 should follow f66; f103 should follow f106. Quiring: 8s; first two quires missing; quires 3-108, Saenger notes after that quiring disturbed by rebinding and collation 'impracticable'. Signatures: Quires are numbered by scribe in lower margin of first leaf of

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Quiring: mixed, quires of 12, 4 and 8 Signatures: most cropped but some, e.g., 1.iij to g.iiij on 65-66, i.ij to i.ij on 75-76; modern pencil quire numbers in lower outer corner of first folios Catchwords: none; quires numbered by

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26-29(12), 30(4) Catchwords: Hand 1, who copies the quires of 12 folios includes a catchword on each verso of the last half of the quires: thus in quires 1-15 and 25-30. In quires 16-24, mainly in 8's, Hand 2 copies

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8's, but with loss of may leaves and two whole quires. Signatures: The present quire signatures are not original and were added after the loss of the two quires. The quires are now lettered a-z and aa-jj on the first

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Other peculiarties are the spaces between the paragraphs, and the word "cor' " or "coree' " at the ends of quires (ff. 8b, 16 b, etc.). Vellum; ff. 104. About A.D. 1400. Initials and headings in red, and red linos

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d. dean of Powlet 1 s. 0 d. writing 480 briefs and 8 long rolls 16 s. 0 d. 6 quires of paper for briefs 2 s. 0 d. parchment for rolls of prebends, churches and chapels 1 s. 6

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and certain others to search out, arrest and bring with all speed before the council all books, libels, schedules and quires containing manifest heresies and wicked opinions which were compiled, published and written by Master Nicholas Hereford and by Master

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' Actor et Reus ,' a book of autentica of the constitution of the emperor Justinian, an antiphoner with two quires of the dedication of churches, a sum of Tancred, three codices , and one book of divers lectures of

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of Flanders price 10 s . 6 d ., four 'pigges wolles' price 20 d ., two 'reem' and five quires of paper price 5 s . 8 d ., broken silver price 4 d ., one 'ridell' price 18

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inkehornes ," 18 d .; 2 pencases, 6 d .; one black girdle of woollen thread, 2 d .; 13 quires of paper, 6 s . 8 d .; other paper, damaged, 6 d .; one hat of russet, 6

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and lines poss. in ink. Dimensions 270mm x 205mm approx. Materials and writing support Paper and parchment; outer bifolia of quires appear to be parchment, with the inner bifolia comprised of paper (quarto). Writing Space 205mm x 150mm approx. Border

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1 column, 26-32 lines per-column, occasional signs of frames. Dimensions 220mm x 135mm approx. Materials and writing support Mixed media quires, paper with outer parchment leaves. Writing Space 165mm x 90mm approx. (Item 1) Border Initials? Generally plain, perhaps unfinished

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Miniatures Miniatures Rubrication Chapter titles and numbers (roman numerals) in red, however, the scribe failed to add headings on three quires between fols 41-65; double punctus strokes may indicate where paraphs should have been inserted, presumably at the stage of

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ii is a former pastedown) Mis-en-page 1 column, 39-42 lines; frames in drypoint, fols. 9-16 and fols. 17 and 24v (quires b and c) frames in ink. Dimensions 286mm × 190mm (Huntington online catalogue) Materials and writing support Parchment; (front

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Number of Leaves ii(?) + 68+ ii(?), (flyleaves not original). Mis-en-page 2 columns throughout, 45-50 lines per column; frames ruled, quires pricked. Dimensions 400mm x 285mm(?) approx. Materials and writing support Parchment, flyleaves are paper. Writing Space 280mm x 190mm(?)

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penitential impulse (as well as learned origins and the same 8-line abababab stanza form). Several other works in these later quires of Ashmole 61 also brood over mortality and the afterlife, most notably The Sinner’s Lament, The Adulterous Falmouth Squire,

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speech, eating, and drink­ing, the Morn­ing Prayer also suggests close connections to the courtesy material earlier in the first three quires, including Stans Puer ad Mensam and Dame Courtesy (items 7 and 8). Text These two poems appear together in

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Sorrow" (IMEV 482) Anonymous, "The Lufaris Complaynt" (IMEV 564) Anonymous, "The Quare of Jealousy" (IMEV 3627.5) These poems fill three quires of the manuscript, 15 to 17, fols. 190-224, with The Kingis Quair taking up most of the first two.

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the preceding text, How the Wise Man Taught His Son, and to the other conduct literature of the first three quires. This includes The Ten Command­ments (item 6), and perhaps even the late addition of The Rules for Purchasing Land

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text that follows, How the Good Wife Taught Her Daughter, as well as the other items in the first three quires that concern proper manners (items 7 and 8) and fundamental Christian ethics (item 6). More broadly, the stanzas on

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'Of hem that writen ous The bokes duelle'. 'un amie soulain'. Macaulay 1899-1902; Macaulay 1957. Codex Paper 290 210 mm Quires of eights. Catchwords. Three leaves missing according to Brown. Single columns with 30-48 lines. Not ruled. Macaulay describes the

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hyng'. English Codex Parchment 300 220 mm. Twelve quires of eight. Ff. 1 and 2 originally flyleaves. First two folios blank. Quire 12 wants two leaves after f. 94. Catchwords for all quires except quire 1. Catchword in scroll with

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amoris'. In the same hand on ff. 69r-73v is a table of contents in Latin. Codex Parchment 270 190 mm Quires remounted. 1 12 , ff. 1-12v, catchword; 2 12 , ff. 13r-24v, catchword; 3 10 , ff. 25r-34v, catchword;

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quire to which it is attached. The pricking, frame, and ruling also mark it out as an addition to the quires containing the Festial . English ff. 4r-125v John Mirk Festial (IPMEP 734 ) 'God maker of alle thyng be

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- a holster book. Originally 11 quires of 12 leaves. Catchwords ff. 25v, 37v, 49v, 61v, 73v, 85v, 87v, 108v, 121v. Collation as it survives today, quite complicated in the first and last quires: 1 12 (wants 1-3, 10-11); 2

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

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Parchment Foliation 84 fols. Dimensions of Page and Writing Space Leaf size: x mm approx. Writing Space: mm approx. Collation Quires of 8. Quire 6 lacks 1 leaf and the last quire lacks 3 leaves. Layout - Rubrication/ Ordinatio Initials:

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a full text many quires have been lost from the rear of the book. Number of Items 1 Title(s) of Pseudo-Bonaventuran Text(s) Book to a Mother , text ends imperfectly through loss of through loss of quires at rear (McCarthy,

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by red bracketing. Illustration N/A Number of Scribal Hands 3: A: fols 1-19v (quires 1-2, item 1). B: fols 21-98r (quires 3-10, items 2-4). C: fols 99-121v (quires 11-13, item 5). Style of Hands All hands are described by Ker

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in darkening and discolouration; according to quire signatures, this copy has lost the opening quire or perhaps the first two quires, and the initial leaf from the quire that now heads the volume (text begins 24:1, 'þe fader'); there are

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92). Quires 2 and 3 have the signatures 'a' and 'b'; (due to an unfortunately situated snake weight in the images consulted in this description) only some signatures were visible in the second section of the MS, with quires 8,

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quires which broadly correspond to contents' ( Keefer 2007 , p. 101). quire I: Various added texts and records quires II-V (+VI?): The calendar, Usuard, and Gospel capitula quires VII-X: Lanfranc quires XIV-XVII: Old English Rule of St Benedict

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is written in the same hand which wrote the first thirteen quires of the manuscript. The Old English of pp. 222-7 is written in the main hand of quires 14-17, except the passage ge denum... on ~x00e6~lcum (pp. 224/20- 225/12),

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Junius 85 Homilies , s. xi med Five homilies , fragments, owing to the loss of leaves after and before quires. The manuscript is part of Junius 86 . Origin unknown. x - x xx - x xx - x

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86 336 Homilies , s. xi med Three homilies , fragments, owing to the loss of leaves after and before quires. The manuscript is part of Junius 85 . Origin unknown. x - x xx - x xx - x

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6 8 wants 8 after fol. 41, 7-13 8 . All folios in Quires 7 and 9 are singleton, and also folios 2 and 7 in Quires 6, and 3 and 6 in Quire 4 ( Franzen 1998 , p.

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