MS. Lat. th. d. 30
Summary Catalogue no.: Not in SC (late accession)
Bk. II beg. fol.111. The same compilation is found in Lincoln Cath. Lib. MS. 216; Salisbury Cath. Lib. MS. 171, fol.55v–87v; Caen, Bibl. municipale MS. 33; Paris, Bibl. Nat. MSS. 15980, fol.86v–159, 15981, fol.53–95, 16531, fol.41v–73v.
There are marginalia in a contemporary hand and other notes of the 14th, 15th, 16th cent.
Pr. d'Achery, Spicileg., 1723, iii.501; see also R. Röhricht, Regesta regni Hierosol., Wurzburg, 1893, no.261. Added in two contemporary hands. Ends imperf. due to loss of a leaf: domino pape et.
27–35 long lines
Good initials. (Pächt and Alexander iii. 163)
Large coloured initials, red, blue, green at the beg. of books and chapters, small red and blue initials at beg. of extracts
modern pigskin binding.
Provenance and Acquisition
Lord William Howard of Naworth (1563–1640), early 17th century: No. 14 in the list of MSS. said by G. Ornsty (Selections from the household books of Lord William Harward, Surtees soc. 68, 1878, App.XXXVI, p.486) to have belonged to Lord William Howard
Earl of Carlisle, Castle Howard, by 1897 (15th report of the Historical MSS. Commission part vi (1897), p.xxxvii
Howard sale, Hodgson's, 20 July 1944, lot 230
Bought by Lord Kenyon (Lloyd Tyrell Kenyon, d. 1993) (arms on cover), sale, Sotheby's 26 Jan. 1959, lot 58
Last Substantive Revision
2017-07-01: First online publication.