The Western Manuscripts in the Library of Trinity College, Cambridge; Class R [Miscellaneous Volume 2

The Western Manuscripts in the Library of Trinity College, Cambridge; Class R [Miscellaneous Volume 2

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1901 edition. Excerpt: ...Rendcomb the 15th day of June 1640. The volume consists of a series of meditations. 736. R. 5-48 Paper, 8J x 6, two volumes. Cent. xviii. Contents: I. Dictata in Acta Apostolorum. Being, according to the title on the back, by Ruhnken. pp. 192, 188 written. II. Excerpta quaedam viri celeberrimi Tib: Hemsterhusii ex Lucae Euangelio. ft." 120, written on one side only. 737. R. 5-49 Paper, 7f x 6, ff. 256. Contents: 1. Lectures on Physic and the Materia Medica by Dr Dedier. 2. Abstracts from Dr Hope's Lectures on the Materia Medica 1764, 97 pp. 3. A course of Anatomical Lectures by Dr Hunter. At the end some Receipts, mostly dated in 1802. 738. R. 5-50 Paper, 8 x 6, ff. 112. Given in 1866 by Mr William White, Sub-Librarian. A series of notes upon Chemistry, in a hand of the latter half of cent. xviii. 739. Will. Malmesburiensis De Gestis Re-J R. 7. 1 GUM. 43O Vellum, 9 x 6, ff. 147, double columns of 37, 38 lines. Cent. xiii, small hand; well written. Given by Nevile. 2 fo. functos. Resembles the Glastonbury MS. R. 5. 16. Collation: i8-58 (6 canc.)-I58 i610 17" 1810 (wants 9, 10 blank). Contents: 1. Dedicatory letter, without heading f. i Domino uenerabili et famoso comiti filio regis Roberti--uocauerim gesta anglorum regum. Expl. epistola. 2. Inc. prologus in libro primo de gestis regum anglorum. i Res Anglorum gestas Beda uir maxime doctus--saltem industrie testimonium. 3-C. i ib Anno ab incarnatione domini quadringentesimo quadragesimo nono. There are no rubrics or headlines. Ends with liber vii (the Historia Novella), f. 147 A: ab hiis qui interfuere ueritatem accepero. On this MS. Bishop Stubbs in the Rolls edition of the Gesta Regum, p. lxxix, says that it belongs to the second series of MSS. classed by him as B: more

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