Details of provenance, owner, donor or other name
Fothergill, Marmaduke (d.1731); St John's College, Cambridge, matric. 1669, incorp. MA Oxford 1677, Vicar of Skipwith, Selby, Yorks. 1681-9, resigned as nonjuror; see Venn pt 1, II 165; Foster II 521, J. H. Overton, The Nonjurors: Their Lives, Principles and Writings (London, 1902), 478, and Breviarium ad usum insignis ecclesiae Eboracensis, ed. Stephen W. Lawley, 2 vols, Surtees Society, 71, 75 (1880-2), p. xii; a substantial gift of books was donated to York Minster library by his widow in 1737, including three manuscript breviaries: see Neil R. Ker and Alan J. Piper, Medieval Manuscripts in British Libraries, vol. 4 (Oxford, 1992), 691, with the breviaries described on 756-9, 761, and 763-4; Fothergill's interest in liturgical books is shown in his letter to Richard Richardson, 23 Aug. 1718 [Bodleian Library, MS. Radcliffe Trust c. 3, fol. 64]. ♦ Categorisation: Type: Person. Gender: Unknown. Dates: unknown year to 1731. Period: unknown century to 18th century.
- B-535(1) Breviarium — Breviarium Eboracense [York]. — Venice: Johannes Hamman, for Franciscus de Egmondt, 1 May 1493. 8°.
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