MS. Bodl. 3
Summary Catalogue no.: 1843
Language(s): Middle English
In fourteen parts with Prologue (the Creed, Decalogue, Lord's Prayer, eleven short discourses): Jolliffe, Checklist, B
Penwork borders and capitals.
Provenance and Acquisition
Owned in the 16th cent. by 'George Clifforde', 'Rycardus Hall', and perhaps 'Mathewe dwellyng at the Signe of the White Bere at Westchirche in Bukkelersebury', London.
Presented by dr. William Cotton, bishop of Exeter, in 1605.
Last Substantive Revision
2020-03-18: Description revised to include all information in SC updated in the light of published literature as cited.