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1Title:  The Sherborne missal: reproductions of full pages and details of ornament from the missal executed between the years 1396 and 1407 for Sherborne abbey church and now preserved in the library of the Duke of Northumberland at Alnwick castle   
 Alt. Title:  Missal   
 Creator:  Catholic Church | Herbert, J. A. (John Alexander), 1862-1948 | Northumberland, Alan Ian PercyDuke of, 1880-1930 | Siferwas, John, active 1390-1400 | Was, John, active 1390-1400 | Roxburghe Club | Sherborne Abbey 
 Publication:  Printed for presentation to members of the Roxburghe club [at the University press, by F. Hall], Oxford, 1920 
 Notes:  Presented to the Roxburghe club "in pursuance of his late father's wish and purpose, by the Duke of Northumberland" One of the great monuments of English illumination; the scribe being a Benedictine monk named John Was or Whas, and the illuminator-in-chief, a Dominican friar, John Siferwas, or Syfrewas, and the patrons, Richard Mitford, bishop of Salisbury, and Robert Bruyning, abbot of Sherborne. cf. Introd Listed by Quaritch as no. 176 of the Roxburghe Club's publications 
 Extent:  34p., 1 l., xxx pl. (facsims.) : col. front. ; 52 x 39 cm 
 Subjects:  Illumination of books and manuscripts -- Specimens

 
Collection:  Huntington Library 
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2Title:  Exposition de la messe from La legende dorée of Jean de Vignay   
 Creator:  Jeande Vignay, approximately 1284- | Jacobusde Voragine, approximately 1229-1298 | Frere, Walter Howard, 1863-1938 | Fitzwilliam Museum Library.mss. 22. 
 Publication:  Longmans, Green & Co, London, New York [etc.], 1899. 
 Notes:  "For members of the Alcuin Club for 1898-9." "This is not part of the original Latin Legenda aurea, but is an addition to de Voragine's work, and probably due to the translator of the Latin original, Jean de Vignay."--Pref. 
 Extent:  6 p., 2 l., 56 p. 22 illus. on 10 pl. 44 x 36 cm. 
 Subjects:  Mass | Illumination of books and manuscripts -- Specimens

 
Collection:  Newberry Library 
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3Title:  Pontifical services: illustrated from miniatures of the XVth and XVIth centuries   
 Creator:  Frere, Walter Howard, 1863-1938 | Eeles, F. C. (Francis Carolus), 1876-1954 | Riley, Athelstan, 1858-1945 | Catholic Church 
 Publication:  Longmans, Green & Co, London, New York, 1901-1908. 
 Notes:  Vol. 3 edited by W.H. Frere; v. 4 edited by A. Riley. Vols. 3-4 have subtitle: Illustrated from woodcuts of the XVIth century. "Printed for Members of the Alcuin Club." Includes bibliographical references. 
 Extent:  4 v. : ill. ; 44 x 36 cm. 
 Subjects:  Catholic Church -- Liturgy -- Texts | Illumination of books and manuscripts -- Specimens | Miniature painting

 
Collection:  Newberry Library 
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4Title:  Miracles de Nostre Dame   
 Creator:  Miâelot, Jean, active 15th century | Warner, George F. (George Frederic)Sir, 1845-1936 | Delisle, Lâeopold, 1826-1910 | Bodleian Library Manuscript. Douce 374. | Roxburghe Club 
 Publication:  Nichols and Sons, Westminster, 1885 
 Notes:  Presented to the Roxburghe club by John Malcolm. Listed as no. 114 in the Club's Catalogue of books, 1898 A collection of 74 miracles in French prose, translated from various Latin sources by Miâelot, for Philip the Good or Charles the Bold Appendix : Letter from M. Lâeopold Delisle to Mr. E. M. Thompson (p. xi-xlv) Glossary (p. [xlvii]-xlviii) The second colophon states that it is "le second volume des Miracles de la glorieuse vierge Marie." Copies of the missing first volume and this volume are preserved in the Bibliotháeque nationale at Paris (Fonds franðcais no. 9198-99). The first volume there bears the title "La vie et miracles de Nostre Dame"; it contains 58 miracles, preceded by a life of the Virgin and other prefatory matter. The colophon states that it was completed at the Hague April 10th, 1456. The Douce ms. is probably somewhat later Reproduced mainly for the miniatures, 73 in number. The front. and plate are from the Paris ms.--cf. Introd. and Catalogue of Western mss. in the Bodleian, by F. Madan. v. 4. p. 611-12 Appendix: Letter from M. Leopold Delisle to Mr. E. M. Thompson (p. xl-xiv) Glossary (p. [xlvii]-xlviii) 
 Extent:  xlviii, 81 p. : facsim. (iv, 120 numb. leaf, ill.) plates ; 38 x 28 cm 
 Subjects:  Mary, -- Blessed Virgin, Saint | Manuscripts, French -- Facsimiles | Illumination of books and manuscripts -- Specimens

 
Collection:  Huntington Library 
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5Title:  Chronicle of Akbar the Great: a description of a manuscript of the Akbar-nåama illustrated by the court painters   
 Creator:  Arnold, Thomas WalkerSir, 1864-1930 | Wilkinson, J. V. S. (James Vere Stewart) 
 Publication:  Printed for presentation to the members of the Roxburghe club, Oxford, 1937 
 Notes:  "The account of the Emperor Akbar's reign and the detailed description of the manuscript and its illustrations were mainly written by the late Sir Thomas Arnold. The rest of the text is by Mr. J. V. S. Wilkinson"--Note "Dedicated and presented to the president and members of the Roxburghe club by A. Chester Beatty, 1937." 
 Extent:  5 p. l., 45 p., 1 l. col. mounted front., 33 pl. (part col. mounted) 46 x 32 cm 
 Subjects:  Abåu al-Faózl ibn Mubåarak, -- 1551-1602. -- Akbåarnåamah. -- English | Akbar, -- Emperor of Hindustan, -- 1542-1605 | Illumination of books and manuscripts -- India | Painting -- India | Illumination of books and manuscripts -- Specimens

 
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6Title:  Miracles de Nostre Dame   
 Creator:  Miélot, Jean, 15th cent | Warner, George F. (George Frederic)Sir, 1845-1936 | Delisle, Léopold, 1826-1910 | Bodleian Library Mss. (Douce 374) | Roxburghe Club 
 Publication:  Nichols and sons, Westminster, 1885. 
 Notes:  Presented to the Roxburghe club by John Malcolm. Listed as no. 114 in the Club's Catalogue of books, 1898. A collection of 74 miracles in French prose, translated from various Latin sources by Miélot, for Philip the Good or Charles the Bold. The colophon states that it is "le second volume des Miracles ... " Copies of the missing first volume and this volume are preserved in the Bibliothèque National at Paris (Fonds français no. 9198-99) The colophon of the first volume states that it was completed at the Hague april 10th, 1456. The Douce ms. is probably somewhat later. Appendix : Letter from M. Léopold Delisle to Mr. E.M. Thompson (p. xi-xlv) Glossary (p. [xlvii]-xlviii) Reproduced mainly for the miniatures, 73 in number. The front. and plate are from the Paris ms.--cf. Introd. and Catalogue of Western mss. in the Bodleian, by F. Madan, v. 4, p. 611-12. 
 Extent:  3 p. ℓ., xlviii, 81 p., facsim. (iv, 120 numb. ℓ., illus.) front., pl. 38 x 28 cm. 
 Subjects:  Mary, -- Blessed Virgin, Saint | Manuscripts, French -- Facsimiles | Illumination of books and manuscripts -- Specimens

 
Collection:  Newberry Library 
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7Title:  Two East Anglian psalters at the Bodleian Library, Oxford: the Ormesby psalter, Ms. Douce 366   
 Creator:  Cockerell, Sydney CarlyleSir, 1867-1962 | James, M. R. (Montague Rhodes), 1862-1936 | Bodleian Library Manuscript. Ashmole 1523. | Roxburghe Club 
 Publication:  Printed for the Roxburghe Club by J. Johnson, at the University Press, Oxford, 1926 
 Notes:  Listed as no. 185 in the Club's Catalogue of books published Title vignette (map) Both manuscripts contain, besides the Psalter, canticles, litany, and collects, etc., only portions being reproduced in facsimile 
 Extent:  viii, 46 p., [2] l. : XXV, X facsim. (4 col.; incl. front.) ; 41 x 28 cm 
 Subjects:  Catholic Church. -- Psalter (Ms. Ormesby) | Catholic Church. -- Psalter (Ms. Bromholm) | Illumination of books and manuscripts -- Specimens | Manuscripts -- Great Britain -- Facsimiles | Psalters

 
Collection:  Huntington Library 
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