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Script: Written by a certain Langwith according to a note on f. i recto; a fine calligraphic italic hand.
Binding: Eighteenth century. Written upside down in a brown calf, blind-tooled, ready-made blank book. Split along spine.
Collection of Sir Thomas Phillipps (no. 9314). Sold in 1924 to James Hosmer Penniman of Philadelphia who presented it to the Penniman Memorial Library of Education of Yale University in the same year.
Manuscript on paper (no watermarks) of the Statutes of Queens College Cambridge. With an Epistle from Queen Elizabeth I dated 1570; the Academic Statutes of the University of Cambridge; and Interpretations of these statutes.
ff. ii + 90 + 124 : paper ; 183 x 117 (170 x 95) mm.
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