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EPISTOLAE HIERONYMI. GALFR. MONUMETHENSIS. MANUALE

MRJ number: 
200
College classmark: 
G.33

   Vellum, 6.375 x 4.75, ff. 156, three volumes : 23, 30, 20 lines to a page.  13th – 14th and 15th cent.  Vellum wrapper.

   Donor, T. C. S.                                                                                 2 fo. latro uitandus.

   Collation : 112 214 312 412 | 512 – 812 (wants 12) | 98 (wants 1, 2 : 7, 8 follow quire 10) 108 (wants 8) 118 – 158 166.

 

   Contents :

     I.   1.   Epistolae quedam b. Jeronimi.

Ad Eustochium.  Audi filia .               .               .               .         f.    1

Ad Damasum.  Quoniam uentus oriens            .               .               .               24b

Late list of contents on 26b.

Ad Oceanum de actis clericorum       .               .               .               .               27

Ad Julianum diac. Aquileie                .               .               .               .               31

Ad Paulinum presb. de institutione clericorum               .               .               32

Ad Heliodorum ep. exortatoria           .               .               .               .               39

Ad S. Augustinum (de orosio)          .               .               .               .               47

48b – 50b blank.

    II.  2.   Galfridi Monumetensis Historia Britonum       .               .               .               51

An abridgment, beginning :

Cum apostolus uniuersum mundum instruens.

Ending f. 77, in another hand : transferre curaui.

In the second hand, which has been extensively blackened by

    a reagent, a continuation follows.

Sequitur de quibusdam regibus qui postea in anglia reg(na)-

    uerunt                .               .               .               .               .               .               .               77

Ends in 1317 : siege of Cnasburgh.

dominus Joh. de lalburne miles qui defendebat [cas] castrum

    contra obsides.

96 – 97b blank.

   III.  3.   Cent. xv.  Part of a Manual(?).

Begins in the end of a Litany             .               .               .               .               98

Visitation of the sick, beginning misplaced, see 110b    .               .               102

Litany has Hugo, Paule, Antoni, Hillarion, Columbane,

    Machari, Columba, Blandina.

Absolution, 109b.

Office of the Dead, beginning misplaced.  Burial of the Dead      .               111

Offices for Purification, Ash Wednesday, Palm Sunday, Holy

    Thursday, Good Friday, Easter Eve              .               .               .               129

Music on four-line stave.

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