MS. Lat. bib. d. 10
Summary Catalogue no.: Not in SC (late accession): no detailed description available
26 lines, writing above top line.
Very fine caroline script
Red, blue, green and purple initials.
Early 19th-cent. three-quarter polished brown leather and marbled pasteboards; the upper board detached, the spine missing
Provenance and Acquisition
Probably written at Exeter by a Norman scribe who also wrote MS. Bodl. 691, fols. 75v-245r
Marginal chapter numbers were added in the 14th cent., probably by John Grandisson, bishop of Exeter 1327–69
Robert Stockman the younger, 16th cent. (see fol. 53v)
Given to William Coleridge, 19 Dec. 1773 (see fol. 71v)
Thomas Kerslake, Bristol bookseller
Purchased 1847 by Francis Coleridge, Ottery St. Mary
Given to Edward Coleridge, 27 Oct. 1854
George Dunn, of Wooley Hall, his sale (second portion), Sotheby's 2 Feb. 1914 and four following days, lot 837, bought by Quaritch (on behalf of Myles Radford's uncle) for £8 15s.
His library sent to Sotheby's in Nov. 1946, this MS. sold privately before the sale to A. N. L. Munby, with his purchase-note, booklabel, and ownership inscription on the upper pastedown
Sotheby's 22 June 1982, lot 41
Bought by the Bodleian in 1982.
Last Substantive Revision
2017-07-01: First online publication.