between 1300 and 1325
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Manuscript on parchment (thin, poor quality). Numerous folios were end pieces; corners and edges have been squared and straightened by adding pieces of coarse paper. Folio 84, very poor quality and thin at the center, was reinforced on verso (blank) with a strip of paper. Written by three (?) scribes in small, neat Anglicana. Scribe 1: ff. 1r-145r, 174r-188v, rubrics and marginal notes throughout, and all catchwords except that for quire XIV. Scribe 2: ff. 145r-173r. Scribe 3: f. 173v (traced over hand of Scribe 2?).
Library of Arthur Hugh Smith Barry of Marbury Hall (1843-1925; bookplate, with Case 22, Shelf 9). Purchased from S. Harrison Thomson (MS 14, note inside front cover) in 1970, with the Edwin J. and Frederick W. Beinecke Fund.
Crude 3- and 2-line initials in red, the initial on f. 1r with red flourishes. Many small initials not executed. Rubrics and paragraph marks in red, many missing or erased. Guide-letters for rubricator.
Binding: Nineteenth-century. Tan calf over wooden boards, blind-tooled, with a red gold-tooled label Manuscript. Earlier fastenings covered over. Boards detached.
Cataloged from microfilm by Albert Derolez.
Sermons. General Collection, Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Yale University.
Manuscript on parchment (thin, poor quality) of unidentified sermons.
ff. ii + 189 + ii : parchment ; 220 x 147 (170 x 110) mm.
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