MS. Lat. liturg. b. 14
Summary Catalogue no.: Not in SC (late accession)
Temporale(wanting from Nones on the feast of the Innocents to the vigil of the circumcision, due to loss of leaves after fol.34)
Office of the Virgin
Common of the dedication
Rubrics for the votive office of the local saint and responsorial ‘historiae’
A table of dates for their use between August and December was added in a later hand on fol.iiiv
Calendar(containing St. Anne, which suggests a date after 1383)
Sanctorale(wanting the end of SS. Fabian and Sebastian, and the beginning of St. Agnes)
Common of the saints
ends imperf. in the matins of a virgin not a martyr
Tones for the Venite
2 cols., 54 lines (or music)
Square notation on staves of four red lines
Penwork borders, initials. (P&A iii. 719)
Blue initials with red flourishes and smaller plain blue and red initials. Partial border on fol.1.
19th cent. brown leather tooled in gilt in Gothic revival style, by T. Kaye, Liverpool, with his ticket on fol. ia verso; rebacked; the lower joint broken.
Fol.360, 361 are two leaves of a 15th cent. Sarum processional, for Palm Sunday. Other leaves are in MS. Lat. liturg. e. 16 and MS. Queen's Coll. 389.
Provenance and Acquisition
Given to Denchworth church by John Hyde c. 1447: the dedication of Denchworth church (14 Apr.) and obits of the Hyde family 1156-1557 are in the Calendar. (See Notes and Queries 7th ser. v (1888), p. 2)
Rebound in Oxford c.1562-85, as suggested by the binder's waste, now fols. 361-362
'No. 36', 19th cent. (fol. 1r)
Rev. John C. Jackson, bookseller of 11 Angel Court, London W.C.
Bought from Jackson by Rev. Henry Barry Hyde (d. 1906); exhibited at the 'Church Congress Exhibition', no. 50 (circular printed label on upper pastedown)
Bequeathed by Hyde to the Bodleian by Hyde, 1932.