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insteks adv. ?From in stake phr. & adverbial -s ; cp. ale-stake & atten ale (ale n.). ?In an alehouse. (1433) Doc.Merchant York in Sur.Soc.129 41 Whenby and Richard drank a alpenwerth of ale insteks.

on the model of tọther adj. Other, second. (1430) Doc.Merchant York in Sur.Soc.129 32 This endenture made betwene John Warthill..of the ton partie and Robert Jarom..and Richard Louth..in the name of all the mercers ofYorkof the thother partie,

my forsaide wille accordynge to þat quantite so paied tourne half þerof to avauntage of my forsaid ȝongest children. (1426) Will York in Sur.Soc.4 410 All other thynges at levys undeviset, I gif to my two sones Robert & Richard.

conduiour n. Also condiour . OF conduieor An official in charge of convoys and/or furnishing safe-conduct. (1404) Will York in Sur.Soc.45 26 Y have be condiour, takyng wage of kyng Richard and the reme, as wel bi londe as by

in Sur.Soc.88 395 Radulphus Scotard. (1333) Court R.Colchester 1 107 Richard Scotard. -?-(1306) Reg.Freemen York in Sur.Soc.96 11 Hugo, filius Walteri Skutard. -?-(1396) Reg.Freemen York in Sur.Soc.96 97 Willelmus Skutard, pynner. -?-(1422) Reg.Freemen York in Sur.Soc.96 131 Willelmus Scutard, fyssher.

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ECCLESIA DE ASK'M RICARDI Benefice of ASKHAM RICHARD (YK.YK.AN.21) £ 6. 13s. 4d. ASKHAM RICHARD SE537480 ded: ST MARY F.Arnold-Forster, Studies in Church Dedication, 3 vols (London, 1899) vol 3 p.36 1286 (pat.) monastic YORK, YORKSN., ST MARY'S ABBEY Benedictine

EBOR' IN ECCLESIA SANCTI SALVATORIS Benefice ofYORK, ST SAVIOUR (YK.YK.YC.12) £ 0. 10s. 0d. YORK, ST SAVIOUR SE606519 (pension) YORK, YORKSN., ST MARY'S ABBEY, ABBOT £ 0. 10s. 0d. 1308 (pat.) monastic YORK, YORKSN., ST MARY'S ABBEY Benedictine Monks

PREBENDA RICARDI DE BANFELD Benefice of PREBEND OFRICHARD BANFIELD (YK.NT.SW.03) £ 26. 13s. 4d. PREBEND OFRICHARD BANFIELD null (pat.) PREB N/A If appropriated No Full entry £ 26. 13s. 4d. 40

ECCLESIA SANCTI MARTINI IN MIKELGATE Benefice ofYORK, ST MARTIN MICKELGATE (YK.YK.YC.02) £ 4. 13s. 4d. YORK, ST MARTIN CUM GREGORY, MICKELGATE SE600516 1306 (pat.) monastic WARTER PRIORY, YORKSE. Augustinian Canons RegGreen2 p.6 If appropriated No Full entry £

ECCLESIA OMNIUM SANCTORUM IN MARISCO Benefice ofYORK, ALL SAINTS PAVEMENT (YK.YK.YC.09) £ 4. 13s. 4d. YORK, ALL SAINTS, PAVEMENT SE604517 (inst.) rec. null (pat.) monastic Not app. DURHAM, CATHEDRAL PRIORY Benedictine Monks LawtonYork p.8 If appropriated No Full

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Title: Horae (Use ofYork) Creator: Manuscript Name: Horae (Use ofYork) Text lang: LAT Locus: fol 1 r - 72 v a Colophon: Explicit: Note: Resp stmt: Rubric: Summary:

of the Museum of Antiquities of the Sydney University compiled by the Curator, Sydney 1870, item 1363. Music notation: Note: Orig date: s. xiii Orig place: Origin: Provenance: Record hist source: Sinclair no. 95 Seal: Hanger with seal of

in the University of Sydney Associated Manuscript Items: Grant Acquisition: presented by Mr Richard Johnson, Fellow of St PaulÕs College, Sydney. Binding: Catchwords: Collation: Composite: Condition: Deco desc: Dimensions: 380 x 215 mm., with a fold of 38 mm. Extent:

Medieval Manuscripts. Incunabula, New York 1961, p.9, item 43; D. H. Borchardt, ÔImportant manuscripts in the University LibraryÕ, University of Tasmania Gazette, Vol.XI (1961), p. 47; K. V. Sinclair, ÔSome late manuscripts of the works of Classical authorsÕ, Phoenix, Vol.XVI

XII. Medieval Manuscripts. Incunabula, New York 1961, p.3, item 15; D. H. Borchardt, ÔImportant manuscripts in the University LibraryÕ, University of Tasmania Gazette, Vol.XI (1961), p.47; K. V. Sinclair, ÔSome late manuscripts of the works of Classical authorsÕ, Phoenix, Vol.XVI

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née Cecily Neville], duchess ofYork (b. 1415, d. 1495), Yorkist matriarch, and/or her husband RichardofYork, 3rd duke ofYork (b. 1411, d.1460), regent of France in 1436 and 1441-1445: includes the Yorkists badges of the white rose

Miniature of the siege of Meaux and the death of the mayor of the town, at the beginning of chapter 77 of 'John the Good' book, with the signature ofRichard duke of Gloucester, future Richard III, 'Richard Gloucestre'. Includes

of a miniature of the siege of Meaux and the death of the mayor of the town, at the beginning of chapter 77 of 'John the Good' book, with the signature ofRichard duke of Gloucester, future Richard III,

of 60 écus due to him for this book (see Rouse 2000). Richard III (b. 1452, d.1485), king of England and lord of Ireland, heir ofRichard (b. 1411, d. 1460), 3rd duke ofYork, nephew of Edward, earl

of 60 écus due to him for this book (see Rouse 2000). Richard III (b. 1452, d.1485), king of England and lord of Ireland, heir ofRichard (b. 1411, d. 1460), 3rd duke ofYork, nephew of Edward, earl

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ofYork. Writ of supersedeas , by mainprise of William Wassekyn and John de Seteryngton of Yorkshire and William Baseby of Hertfordshire, in favour of John de Gisburne servant of Master Richard de Conyngeston at suit of Thomas Vele

Close Rolls, Richard II November 1378 November 1378 March 6. Westminster. The proctors etc. of the archdeaconry ofYork and of the prebend of Wystowe.

Rolls, Richard II July 1385 July 1385 July 22. York. To the abbot of St. Mary York, collector in the archdeaconry ofYorkof one tenth last granted to the king by the clergy of that province. Order of that

to Richard de Staunford, parson of the church of Fiskerton, 51 marks; to be levied, in default of payment, of his lands and chattels in co. Lincoln. Walter Lucasmagh ofYork acknowledges that he owes to Peter Turgys ofYork

son ofRichard Brit of Swynton, acknowledges that he owes to Richard de Huntyngdon ofYork 40 marks; to be levied, in default of payment, of his lands and chattels in co. York. William Tankard, parson of the church of

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frere To preche and eek to begge it is no doute In which þer wente a lymytour aboute , A mersshy countre called holdernesse LOrdynges þer is in york schire , as I gesse Here begynneþ þe Somnours tale ,

losengeour That plesen yow more bi my feith Than he that sothfastnesse vnto yow seith Redeth Ecclesiastre of flaterye Beth war ye lordes of hir treccherie This chauntecleer stood hie vpon his toos Strecchyng his nekke and heelde his eyen

sche sterte Sche was so full of torment and of Rage Whan þat hire housbonde hadde lost his lyff Ful lowder þen dede hasdrubaldes wyff But soueraynly dame Pertelote schright Whan þey hadde seye of chaunteclere þe sight As maden

, be my feith Than he that soothfastnesse , vn to ȝow seith Redeth Ecclesiast , of flaterie Beth war ȝe lordes , of here trecherie This Chauntecler stod hye , vp oon his toos Strecchynge his nekke , helde

sayn of Chauntecler þe sight Nought soueraignly dam pertelote schright Ful lowder þan did hasdrubaldes wyf Whan þat hir housebond had lost his lyf And þat þe Romayns had I brent Cartage Sche was so ful of torment and of

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of the XIVth cent. Much injured by the application of an extract of galls to bring out the writing. On f. 22 b is an acknowledgment of a debt from Robert Barkynburyo, of Langton, to Richard Enggersoun, ofYork,

of Chartres] Collection(s) Part Two: Medieval Manuscripts from the Additional Manuscripts, Section B Manuscript Number 34,193 Source Library British Library, London Description 1 1. Copies of two charters concerning the privileges of the Dean and Chapter of St. Peter's,

friar minor, "frere Johan of Querayum," a Cistercian, "daun Franke, chauntour of the abbay of Viliers [Villers, dioe. Liège]," and a doctor of divinity, "maister Godfrey of Fountaynes." The last is possibly Godefroi de Fontaines, chancellor of Paris in 1280.

government of Scotland, given by the K. of England (Edw. i.?) before his departure, by the advice of the good people of Scotland. (Fr. on vellum.) 1296? 2. 3 3. Treaty for the delivery of David Bruce K. of Scotland,

of Margaret Dss. of Norfolk, daughter of Sir Tho. Brotherton, from King Ethelbright; 2. of Henry I. from Rollo D. of Normandy; 3. of the Countess of Ormond and Lady St. John, from Edmund E. of Lancaster; and, 4.

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of the king of Fraunce and of his sone, gadrid a gret ost of Fraunce , of Flaundris, of Almayne , of Scotland , and sente ambassiatouris to the Prince, king Harrieȝ sone, for help and socour of men

names of the lordes and other that were atteynt in the for|seyde parlement bythe these. Richard duk ofYork , Edward erle of Marche his sone and heyre, Richard erle of Warwyk, Edmund erle of Rutlond , Richard erle of

servants of George , Archbishop ofYork " in No. 82. From A.C. , xlvi, 123. Willm. Stonore, I sende yow Goddes blessyng and myne. And I wulle that ye bespeke for a gentylman of my lord Archebyhsshopis ofYork

of Derby , sir Henri of Bolyngbroke, duke of Hereforde; the erlle of Rutland he made duke of Avmarle; the erlle of Kent he made duke of Surreie; the erl of Huntyngdoun he made duke of Excestre; the erl

of garden-produce, 91/18, 27. tithes of grain, 58/1, 10: called tithes of sheaves, 75/21, 143/13. tithes of hay, 55/27, 57/5, 58/21, 60/10, 62/21, 73/15, 88/15. tithes of lambs, 143/14. tithes of meads, 58/25; this may be of hay, or

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1419 — 1419 People & Places Participant: Emmotte Role: plaintiff Details: female Notes: executrix ofRichard Ligeard Participant: JoanBunney [Bunny] Role: defendant Details: female; widow Location: Wakefield, All Saints (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Wakefield (Wakefeld) : undefined Location: York (Ebor) : undefined

formerly daughter of RichardWebster [Webster] Role: plaintiff Details: female; Daughter of the late Richard Webster. Participant: JohnHenryson [Henrison] Role: defendant Details: male Location: Dentr (Dentr) : undefined Cannot identify Notes: Executor of the testament of the late Richard Webster. Participant:

Beatrice Baron [Baron] Role: defendant Details: female Participant: Richard Pickering [Pekeryng] Role: witness Details: male; 24 Location: York (Ebor) : city Participant: John Matthewson [Mathewson] Role: witness Details: male; 60 Participant: Richard Matthewson [Mathewson] Role: witness Details: male; 30 Participant:

widow of RichardThoresby [Thoresby] Role: defendant Details: female Location: York (Ebor') : undefined Notes: Executor of the testament ofRichard Thoresby. Participant: JohnLofthouse [Lofthous; Lofthows] Role: plaintiff Details: male Employment: merchant, marchand Notes: Executor of the testament ofRichard Thoresby.

Acum) : township Location: York (Ebor') : city Location: York : city Place(s): YorkPalace of the Archbishop ofYork (palacio domini Archiepiscopi Ebor') : habitation Location: York : city Place(s): YorkStonegate (Stayngate) : street name Location: York : city Place(s):

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Edmond Darell of Ces3ay . Sqwyer has enfeffed William Darell of Wyltshire . George of Etton William Wyllestorp Sqwyer henr Wyllesthorp Clerk smudge Darell of Mowegreve . and Rob er t Crosse Sqwyers . in his maners of Ces3ay Eldmere

of lyuere of sesyn n of the seid Maner of Dalton and C li at y e day of y e Maryage of the seid Thomas and Johan and C li at the tyme of lyuery of sesyn and

was empeched of forgeyng of fals Osmundes of drosse and of landyren and of vtte ryng of þam in foule deceyte and ryght grete harme of þe kynges people and ryght gret sklaundre of þe Cite ofyork and agayne

ander Neuile owte of my+tow ne of Cendale ane annuyte by rent & charge of x mark yerly+terme of the lyfe of the sayd thom a s & it / to be mad sur in fowrme of lawe Also J

Scharp Richard Scharp william Tyson william Robynson william Robynson Dicson william of the wodhend william Jacson Nich Dicson william of kendale Richardof vekers john n decu n son Thomas of herlay william Richardson Richardof Borowdale Richard wilson Richard

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set of Capituli headings to right of beginnings of the passus, in grey-brown ink, probably not the work of original scribe. Paragraph Marks: Red paraphs; Latin lines underlined in red, and line-fillers (waving lines) in red in some parts of

Scribal Profile Ricardus Franciscus Current Manuscript: USA, New York, Pierpont Morgan Library MS M 126 adghrswy

initial of the manuscript. Other Names (not owners): By 1530, the manuscript belonged to Robert Wood, a 'servus' of Cardinal Wolsey; remained in his family until the 18th century when it seems to have belonged to Richard Frank of Campsall.

owners): Owned by Richard de Beauchamp, bishop of Salisbury (1430-1481; his initials and title found on ff6 and 338v); Tollemache family (who called it 'the Trevisa manuscript') (probably entered through Lionel Tollemache (d.1669), husband of Elizabeth, Countess of Dysart (armorial

of Lancaster; gold initials on blue and red gounds with white highlighting, sprays of green, pink, red, blue, and gold foliage and flowers in demarcated rectangular blocks in left margins and extending above line of text or below line

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Meditations on the Life of Christ, trans. Ragusa and Green; MED: Middle English Dictionary; OED: Oxford English Dictionary; RB: Richard Beadle, ed., York Plays; REED: Records of Early English Drama; YA: Davidson and O’Connor, York Art; York Breviary: Breviarium ad

Erklärung und Textkritik der York Plays”; LTS: Lucy Toulmin Smith, ed., The York Plays (1885); RB: Richard Beadle, ed., The York Plays (1972) (incorporating numerous emendations from other sources); RB2: Richard Beadle, “Corrections to The York Plays,” in Gerald Byron

Meditations on the Life of Christ, trans. Ragusa and Green; MED: Middle English Dictionary; OED: Oxford English Dictionary; RB: Richard Beadle, ed., York Plays; REED: Records of Early English Drama; YA: Davidson and O’Connor, York Art; York Breviary: Breviarium ad

Fall The York Corpus Christi Cycle: Play 4, The Prohibition of the Tree of Knowledge Play 4, THE PROHIBITION OF THE TREE OF KNOWLEDGE: EXPLANATORY NOTES ABBREVIATIONS: AV: Authorized (“King James”) Version; Meditations: Meditations on the Life of Christ, trans.

Meditations on the Life of Christ, trans. Ragusa and Green; MED: Middle English Dictionary; OED: Oxford English Dictionary; RB: Richard Beadle, ed., York Plays; REED: Records of Early English Drama; YA: Davidson and O’Connor, York Art; York Breviary: Breviarium ad

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ward of the Scottish army'. Number of Scribes 1 main scribe- a later hand adds below the text, "after kyng E (ins.) the iiide reynyd kyng Richard iide amd (sic) in his". (See Matheson, 81) Given the early dating of

death of John of Gaunt, (Brie, 355:15-20). Fol. 159: Henry IV crowned, (Brie, 359:30-32). King Richard dies, (Brie, 360:8 ff.). The burial ofRichard in Langley, (Brie, 360:22-6). 2 crosses mark the death of John Beaufort, and the marriage of

would appear to link the MS. with Richard Neville (1400–1460), Earl of Salisbury, son of Ralph Neville the Earl of Westmoreland, and father to Richard Neville, the Earl of Warwick and 'Kingmaker'; for Richard Neville see the entry in the

New York, Columbia University Library MS. Plimpton 261 Incipit Begins on fol. 1, 'Here begynnyth the new croniclis compendiusli ydrawe of the gestis of kyngis of Ingelond with othir notable and meuelose thyngis that happed & fortuned in ther tymes...'.

the shrine of St. Thomas and is greeted by 14 bishops). Graffiti? Sgrafitti Style of hands Anglicana with some secretary influence, eg. single lobed miniscule 'a'. Approximate date of hand Poss. 2nd quarter C15. Described by (in order of investigator)

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P., Description of the Saxon Manuscript of the Four Gospels in the Library ofYork Minster (York: Printed to the order of A.H. Barron, Chapter Clerk ofYork, 1925) Gneuss, Helmut, Handlist of Anglo-Saxon Manuscripts: A List of Manuscripts and

of New York Press, 1986), pp. 109-27 ---, 'The Relationship between the O.E. MSS. of King Alfred's Translation of Gregory's Pastoral Care ', Anglia , 91 (1973), 153-69 Kendrick, T. D. , Anglo-Saxon Art (1938) Ker, N. R., Catalogue

J. P., 'The Library of Henry Savile, of Banke', Transactions of the Bibliographical Society , 9 (1908), 126-210 Gullick, Michael, 'The Two Earliest Manuscripts of the Libellus de Exordio ', in Symeon of Durham: Historian of Durham and the North

binding leaves of fols 1-209: the opening words of fol. 210 are copied on fol. 209v in a hand of s. xv and a pattern of wormholes runs through fols 180-212. There are marginal notes or pen-trials of the later

leaves of which are now bound into Lambeth Palace MS 427 ( Roberts 2008 ). 176 130-133 160-166 84-88 Dimensions of size of leaves include extra width of 4-5 mm from the mending strip applied to the outer margin of

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Description Appearances Etymology Brit Eboracon, possibly a pers. name + -acon, suffix, 'estate of' Translation Earlier editors Eburienc (Gough); Eboriensis (OS 1035); Eboriens' (Parsons) Early Maps York (Angliae Figura); Eborac(us) (Totius Britanniae; spired church, three buildings, four (?) castles, walls

Appearances red ink, within a cartouche Etymology OE weald (Angl wald), 'forest land' Translation Earlier editors appears as district name on Saxton's map of 1577 (Parsons) Early Maps york wold (Angliae Figura) Overwritten no Attested spelling Yorkes Wold 1551 NCWills

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and Benskin 1986, p. 199). A manuscript of the Prick of Conscience of the first half of the fifteenth century copied by one scribe (Lewis and McIntosh 1982, p.144). ff. 1r-130v Prick of Conscience (Southern Recension, IMEV 3429 ) 'Here

p. 156) of the Prick of Conscience . ff. 1r-100r Prick of Conscience (Southern Recension, IMEV 3429 ) 'þe myȝt of þe fader of heuene'. 'þat for oure love made alle þ[mutilated ] '. 'Here endeþ þe pricke of concie

to Richard Rolle, Hermit of Hampole and Materials for his Biography , Modern Language Association of America Monograph series, 3, New York and London: Modern Language Association of America, p. 214, 247. Allen, H. E. 1931. English Writings ofRichard

to Richard Rolle, Hermit of Hampole and Materials for his Biography , Modern Language Association of America Monograph series, 3, New York and London: Modern Language Association of America. Allen, H. E. 1931. English Writings ofRichard Rolle, Hermit of

to Richard Rolle, Hermit of Hampole and Materials for his Biography , Modern Language Association of America Monograph series, 3, New York and London: Modern Language Association of America, p. 261. Allen, H. E. 1931. English Writings ofRichard Rolle,

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York 1935-37) p. 105. Historical Manuscripts Commission 6th Report, App. (1877) pp. 355-56. K.L. Scott, 'The Illustration and Decoration of Manuscripts of Nicholas Love’s Mirror of the Blessed Life of Jesus Christ’, Nicholas Love at Waseda, eds. Shoichi Oguro,

and efficacy of the Pater Noster.) Of þe conuersion of Marie Maudelyn. (Includes a long defence of auricular confession.) Of þe receyuyng of oure lord Jesu by þe tweyn sisters Martha & Marie, & of þe two maner of lyuyng

of Robert Thornton, c. 1430-1450 Condition - Number of Items 65 items. Title(s) of Pseudo-Bonaventuran Text(s) The Privity of the Passion Incipit " In Nomine Patris et Filii et Speritus Sancti: Amen: Here begynnes the Previte off the Passioune

Mirror . Number of Items 3 Title(s) of Pseudo-Bonaventuran Text(s) The Mirror of the Blessed Life of Jesus Christ. . Incipit   Heading at the beginning of the table of Contents: H ere begynneth the table of þe boke þ

glosses of the Carthusian Richard Methley. Shared concerns include the following: the clarification of ideas of unitive mysticism; clarification of literal and figurative registers in the discussion of mystical sensations; the idea of the soul's impeccability and transcendence of sin;

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of Fraunce, Of kniȝtes þat were in destaunce, þat dyed þurth dint of sward:, Of Rouland & of Oliuer, & of þe oþer dusseper,, Of Alisander & Charlmeyn, & Ector þe gret werrer, & of Danys le fiz Oger,,

of Witt, Sir Beues of Hamtoun, The Seven Sages of Rome and Guy of Warwick (different version). BL Egerton MS 2862 (olim Trentham-Sutherland). Late 14th century. Suffolk. Fragments. Egerton also has in common with Auchinleck: King Richard, Sir Beues

of England, Camden Society, 6 (London: Nichols, 1839). Re-issued by P. R. Coss (ed. and intro.), Thomas Wright's Political Songs of England (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1996). D. Laing, Owain Miles (Edinburgh: Privately printed, 1837). Index 1857. The Sayings

he;, þilke of Baþe he hadde also, , þat at Welles wonede þo;, þilke of Chichester & of Winchester,, & eke þe bischop of Excester, þe fift was, wiþouten feyle,, At Seyn Jermain in Cornewaile., þe king of Merken merche,,

C. Horstmann, 'Life of Adam and Eve', Altenglische Legenden, Neue Folge (Heilbronn: Henninger, 1878; reprinted Hildeshein and New York: G. Olms, 1969): 139-147. Corrections in: A. J. Bliss, 'The Auchinleck Life of Adam and Eve', Review of English Studies, ns

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