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added Amen Anno beginning Bibl blank blue canc capitals Capitula Catalogue Cent chapters Christ Collation collection containing Contents copy deus diagrams domini double columns drawings early eius eiusdem Ends f ends on f English Epistola Expl figure flyleaf follows four French Gale gold gone green ground hand hand of cent head holds IIepl imperfectly initial John King late later Latin leaf leaves letters Liber libri libro lines margin Marked notes original Paper printed Prologue quire quod receipts Regis repl roſ rôv seated signs sunt super Thomas tract Tractatus various Vellum verses verso volume wants writing written xvii
Page 531 - The Discourse of John Selden, Esq., or his sense of various matters of weight and high consequence Relating especially to Religion and State. Distingue tempora.
Page 302 - In how many maners schalt thou by gynne to make Latyn. By foure, by ryghtfull order of
Page 298 - VII, leaving a son Anthony (Blomefield's Norfolk, V. 1198, folio ed.). The book has evidently been in the Thwaites and Knevet families, for their arms are found in various combinations on the margins; and as the Thwaites arms do not appear in the first part, which contains the story of Generydes, whereas the Knevet arms are of frequent occurrence,
Page 472 - perhaps older. It contains, however, the writing of several hands, and the first part, to v. 256, is probably of saec. xiii.
Page 210 - by John Rastell. And also by the same John imprynted and fully fynyshed the x daye of October, the yere of
Page 160 - a great deale of the hidden mysteryes of Nature, partly by an experimental Conclusion, as also by an intellectual speculation. Wrighten as a Declaration unto the
Page 233 - et regnat cum deo patre in unitate spiritus sancti deus per omnia