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HENR. DANIEL

MRJ number: 
38
College classmark: 
B.16

    Paper, 9.375 x 6.5, ff. 107 + 24, 34 lines to a page.  15th -16th cent., badly written.

    Old binding (16th cent.), stamped leather over boards: on 2nd cover HENRY SAVILL, and initials H. S. on both covers.

    Donor, T. C. S.  Priced 10s.

    Collation:  910 112 - 912 (wants 12) b8 c6 (6 stuck to cover).

    On cover:

   Item to speak to mar neusom to make me a good and stronge clok yt wylle stryke apon a great belle, etc.

    Item to desyer my lady harbart to make redy the vargens and the brasse for the Ranges agaynst the next weake or monday.

    Contents:

        1.  Henr. Daniell de Urinis     .         .         .         .         .         .         .         .         f. 1

             Liber primus uricrisiarum secundum fr. Danielem phisice

                 doctorem ordinis predicatorum.

             Uryn is as moche to say in englysh as ouer the renes.

             Lib. III ends f. 96:

             of ye malice of mater of ye maladye.  Expl. lib. uricris. tercius

                 Danielis Doctoris.

             Qui scripsit scripta sua dextera sit benedicta.

             Receipt on 96b.

        2.  Another tract on the same       .         .         .         .         .         .         .                 97

             Fowre doctores ben of phisyc. galiene theophilus ysaac and

                 constantyn off ye whyche 4 ysaac saith yt uryn is clenssyng

                 off ye blood.

             Ends 106b : yan bryngyng forth of yem war done.

             Receipts in various hands follow.

 

    Possibly from the library of Henry Savile of Banke (d. 1617): but it does not occur in the catalogue edited by Mr J. P. Gilson, Trans. Bibliogr. Soc. 9 (1908), 128-2101.

 

1 There seem to be some shorthand notes (faint) on f. 1.

Supplementary information 

A. G. Watson, The manuscripts of Henry Savile of Banke (London, 1969).

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