MS. Lat. misc. e. 123
Summary Catalogue no.: Not in SC (late accession)
The text is of the same type as the second part of MS. Canon. Misc. 102 (fol.37–53), but with differences in order and wording. The section on verbs ends (fol.13 l.9): et hospitor addes. Hospitor acceptus, hospitor accipiens. Deo Gratias Amen. The rest of the leaf and fol.14 were originally blank, but hand b added a piece on impersonal verbs, beg (fol.13 l.10): [v]erbum impersonale est duplex, ends (fol.14v): nullum preter sententiam iuniorum.
Walther, Carmina, no. 4425.
31 long lines, fols. 1–12
27 lines, fols. 13–24
27–8 lines, fols. 25–30
ruled faintly in ink (?) with bounding lines in pencil
Two similar informal gothic bookhands: a fol.1r–13r l.9, 15r–24v; b fol.13r l.10–14v, 25v–30r
Red initial with pen flourishes on fol. 15. Plain red and blue initials.
Late 18th cent. binding in half russia with title on spine: Guarini Veron. Gramatica MS. saec. XV
Provenance and Acquisition
'Antonius' (fol. 24v, among childish scribbles on fols. 24v, 30v)
Celotti sale, Sotheby's 14 March 1825 and three days following, lot 160, bought by Thorpe for 9s/6d
Sir Thomas Phillipps (1792-1872), MS. 938, his sale, Sothebys, 17 May 1897 and three days following, lot 343 (this number on a circular label), bought by Hodgkin for £1
John Eliot Hodgkin (d. 1912) (with his bookplate)
Not found in Rariora, being notes of some of the printed books, manuscripts, historical documents, medals, engravings, pottery, etc. collected 1858-1900 by J. E. Hodgkin, London, 1902
Acquired too late for inclusion in J. C. Jeaffreson, The Manuscripts of J. Eliot Hodgkin, Esq., F.S.A. (Historical Manuscripts Commission, Fifteenth Report, Appendix, Part 2), London, 1897), his sale, Sotheby's 12 May 1914, lot 651, bought by Leighton for £1 16s.