MS. Jones 47
Summary Catalogue no.: 8955
Calendar (fol. 2); temporale (fol. 8) with the baptismal service (fol. 137) on Holy Saturday, followed by the prefaces (fol. 142) and a fragment of the order of the mass (fol. 147); common of the dedication (fol. 213v); sanctorale (fol. 217); common of the saints (fol. 288); votive masses of Our Lady, etc. (fol. 310v); marriage service (fol. 329v); servicium peregrinorum (fol. 334v); ritual of the Last Sacraments (fol. 337) with masses of the dead and burial service (fol. 345); various blessings (fol. 357v); rubric for the mass of the Virgin on Saturday (fol. 360); masses of St. David, St. Chad, St. John of Beverley, St. Winefrida (fol. 360v). Additions of the masses of the Visitation and the Transfiguration (fol. 363).
2 col. of 35 lines
Fine borders, initials (partly mutilated). (P&A iii. 947, pl. XC)
Numerous initials with illuminated borders; an initial cut out on fol. 146. In the initials blanks have been left for miniatures (see fol. 150).
Provenance and Acquisition
Van Dijk tentatively suggested an origin in northern England on liturgical grounds.
Rev. Henry Jones, d. c. 1707.
Received by the Bodleian, 1708.
Last Substantive Revision
2017-07-01: First online publication.