MS. Lat. liturg. b. 5
Summary Catalogue no.: 32940
Use of York. Temporale (fol. 2), many week day masses being suppressed, especially in Lent; common of the dedication (fol. 70); votive masses of the Virgin (fol. 72); kyriale (fol. 80v), preceded by a Credo (fol. 79v); sanctorale (fol. 90v); common of the saints (fol. 118), slightly reduced; mass of the dead (fol. 133). A few rubrics; proses in their proper places.
Fol. 1 missing.
Square notation on 12 staves of 4 red lines.
Some large initials in red and blue with coloured borders (fols. 6, 49, 54v, 55v, 80v, 84v, 87v, etc.)
Plain white leather on boards, contemporary, mended.
Provenance and Acquisition
Parish church of East Drayton, Nottinghamshire: 'Iste liber constat ville de Estdrayton', c. 1500, fol. 134v. MS. Lat. liturg. b. 6 (q.v.) was formerly part of this volume.
List of local names, 1528, fol. 135 (endleaf).
'G.B.', fol. 112.
'George Hingham of Burton', fol. 130v.
'404' in an 18th-century sale.
Sir Thomas Phillipps: his MS. 2711; presumably purchased from Thomas Thorpe in 1824.
Phillipps sale, 11 June 1896, lot. 281; sold to James Ward of Nottingham.
Re-sold by him to the Bodleian 26 October 1901.
Digital Bodleian (1 image from 35mm slides)
Last Substantive Revision
2017-07-01: First online publication.