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Bod-Inc: H-185

Horae ad usum Sarum (Salisbury)



Imprint: [London: Richard Pynson, c.1495]. 8°.

Remarks: Collation unknown.


Line number: 17 lines.

Type area: Type area: 95 × 70 mm.


ISTC: ih00420600

Proctor: Not in Pr;

Others: Duff 188; Hoskins 12; Sheppard 7544; STC 15882.

LCN: 14463790


Copy number: H-185(1)

Bound with:
1 (fols 1-2). Two leaves from a fourteenth-century(?) manuscript of a work entitled ‘De Christi passione', with incipit, ‘  “Anima omnis carnis in sa[n]guine est” [Lv 17,14] vel in capite propter [ ] tradidit . . .';
2 (fols 3-4). Two leaves from a printed prayer book;
3 (fols 5-6). Two leaves from Johannes Canonicus, Quaestiones in Physica Aristotelis. St Albans: [Schoolmaster Printer], 1481 (J‑112(2));
4 (fols 7-8). Two leaves from a twelfth-century manuscript missal;
5 (fols 9-16). Of the Use of Tobacco, Tea, Coffee, Chocolate, and Drams. London: H. Parker, 1722 (ESTC T18410);
7 (unnumbered). One cover of a sixteenth/seventeenth-century blind-tooled calf binding;
8 (unnumbered). One leaf of a thirteenth-century liturgical manuscript containing noted music on staves of four lines.
These items were put together by Thomas Hearne; two items are marked in the contents list (see below) as being ‘of use in a discourse'.

A fragment consisting of two leaves containing three psalms from the Vespers of the Dead. Size of fragments: 147 × 97 mm.

Leaf 1r: ‘[ ]Ominus regit me [et] nihil mi | hi deerit . . .'; 1v: ‘[]D te dn̄e leuaui aīam meam | . . .'; 2v: ‘[ ]Ominus illuminatio mea [et] | ſalus mea . . . Si cōſiſtāt aduerſū me.’

Binding: Paper boards.

Size: 176 × 110 × 5 mm.

Size of leaf: 147 × 97 mm.

In the upper margin of leaf 1r: ‘Robert Bottech' in a sixteenth-century English hand; in the lower margin, some annotations relating to the fragment, pen-trials, and scribbles in Thomas Rawlinson's hand. Along the outer margin of leaf 2r: ‘Thomas Trobull[ ]' in a sixteenth-century English hand. Manuscript table of contents by Hearne on the front endleaf.

Provenance: Thomas Hearne (1678-1735): ‘Tho. Hearne 1723'. Thomas Rawlinson (1681-1725). Probably Richard Rawlinson (1690-1755). Probably bequeathed by him in 1755.

SHELFMARK: 8° Rawl. 586(6).

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