A catalogue of Western manuscripts at the Bodleian Libraries and selected Oxford colleges

MS. Hatton 115

Summary Catalogue no.: 5135


Sermons and tracts
Language(s): Old English and Latin

Physical Description

Form: codex
Support: parchment


Blind-tooled brown leather on boards, late 17th-cent. English work.


Origin: 11th century ; English, Worcester

Provenance and Acquisition

Worcester, Worcestershire, Benedictine cathedral priory of St Mary the Virgin: Erased Worcester inscription: "Liber ecclesiae Wygorn" (fol. iv recto). ".xxii." (cf. Hatton 114). Cambridge, UL, Kk.3.18; Clare Coll. 30, CCC 12; 162 pp. 139--160; 178; 198; 391; 557; Glasgow, UL, Hunterian 431; Lawrence, Univ. of Kansas, Y.103, Y 104; London, BL, Cotton Otho B.x fols. 29, 30; Otho C.i, part ii; Harley 55; Oxford, Bodl., Hatton 20; 76; 113; 114; 115; 116; Junius 121; Laud Misc. 482; Worcester Cathedral F.174: contain annotations in a tremulous hand, probably of s. xiii in. (see C. H. Turner, Early Worcester MSS, p. lvi; N. R. Ker in Leeds Studies in English 7 (1937), p. 28. (MLGB3: evidence from an ex-libris inscription or note of gift to an institution).

Sir Christopher Hatton, 1675. Christopher Lord Hatton, 1644. (MLGB3)

Lawrence, Univ. of Kansas, Y.104 is a detached leaf of Bodleian, Hatton 115: cf. Speculum 37 (1962), pp. 60--78. (MLGB3)

Last Substantive Revision

2022-04-04: Add binding information from Summary Catalogue.