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A Summary Catalogue of Western Manuscripts in the Bodleian ..., Volume 2, Part 2
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15th cent added additions apparently arms Auct beate beginning binding blank calendar Calendar fol Canon Canonici capitals Catal catalogue chapters chiefly church collation collection coloured consisting containing copy D’Orville dated double columns Douce drawings early edition England English extracts foll followed four France French Gough Greek half hand History Hours Icelandic illuminated borders imperfect Italian Italy John Kabbalah later Latin leaf leather leaves letters liber Library Litany fol Liturg Lond London Lord lost manuscript notes Marie miniatures Miscellaneous miss musical notes Office Officium original Oxford paper parchment partly perhaps Persian pieces Pigott places poems Poetry prayers preceded printed probably Proprium Psalms Psalter relating Romane Saints sancti Sanctorum second half secundum short Talmud Thomas translation treatise verse viii Virginis volume wanting written
Page 209 - Jesus Christ. Written in Cornish (as it may be conjectured) some Centuries past. Interpreted in the English tongue, in the Year 1682, by John Keigwin, Gent. Edited by Davies Gilbert.
Page 21 - ... by Dr. Ralph Kettel, then president, for the accommodation of commoners of that society. In this ancient hostel, then in a very ruinous state, about forty years after Johnson had lodged there, Mr. Windham and the present writer were accommodated with two chambers, of primitive simplicity, during the installation of the Duke of Portland as chancellor of the University of Oxford, in 1793.
Page 587 - The sayinges or prouerbes of King Salomon, with the answers of Marcolphus, translated out of frenche into englyshe. Imprinted at London, in flete strete by Rycharde Pynson,
Page 19 - God. SING unto the Lord a new song; sing unto the Lord, all the earth. Sing unto the Lord, and praise his name; be telling of his salvation from day to day.
Page 167 - The names, and armes (emblazoned) of the principal! captains as well of noblemen as of knights that were with the victorious Prince King Edward the third, at the liege of C.il I y ., 1 346.
Page 292 - ... give us some idea of what these plays were like. The Chester cycle contains twenty-five plays, beginning with the Fall of Lucifer and ending with Doomsday: it includes plays dealing with the Creation, the Fall, Noah, Cain and Abel, Abraham and Isaac, Balaam and Balak (with Balaam's ass); a group on the life of Christ beginning with the Annunciation and ending with the Ascension, and including a Nativity, a shepherds...
Page 274 - Eboracentia : or some remains of the ancient city of York, collected by a citizen of York.
Page 625 - ... statues of the kings of England from William the Conqueror to Henry VI. The last of the series is a modern work.