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Bod-Inc: M-275


Missale Saresberiense (Salisbury).


Analysis of Content

[*1r] [Title-page.] ‘Missale secundum vsum ecclesie Sarum Anglicane'.

[*2r] [Calendarium.] Missale Sarum, 17**–28**.

[*8r] ‘Benedictio salis et aque'. Missale Sarum, 29**–34**.

[**1r] ‘Tabula'.

a1r [Proprium de tempore.] Missale Sarum, 1-550.

o6r [Ordinarium missae.] Inserted between Holy Saturday and Easter day. Missale Sarum, 577-610, 635-8.

q3v [Woodcut: Crucifixion.]

q4r [Canon missae.] Missale Sarum, 613-34.

A1v ‘In dedicatione ecclesie'. Followed by ‘In octaua dedicationis', ‘In consecratione ecclesie', ‘In reconciliatione ecclesie'. Missale Sarum, 549-60.

A4v [Proprium de sanctis.] From ‘In vigilia s Andree ap' to ‘Lini pp'. Missale Sarum, 657-984.

K4r ‘Commune sanctorum'. Missale Sarum, 657*–734*.

M8r [Missae votivae.] Missale Sarum, 735*–828*.

Q1v ‘Ordo ad faciendum sponsalia'. Missale Sarum, 829*–50*.

Q6v ‘Ordo ad seruitium peregrinorum'. Missale Sarum, 850*–59*.

R2r [Missae pro defunctis.] Missale Sarum, 859*–85*.

S2r ‘Missa pro mortalitate euitanda quam dominus papa Clemens [Clement VI, Pont. Max. 1342-52] fecit . . . et concessit . . . cclx dies indulgentie'. Missale Sarum, 886*–92*.

S4r ‘Cantus de kyrieleyson'. Missale Sarum, 928*–33*.

S5r ‘Informationes et cautele obseruande presbitero volenti diuina celebrare'. Missale Sarum, 647-51.

6v ‘Cautele seruande quid agendum sit circa defectus uel casus qui oriri possunt in missa'. Missale Sarum, 651-6.


Imprint: Venice: Johannes Hamman for Frederick Egmondt, 1 Dec. 1494. 8°.


Collation: [*8 **2] a–q qq r–z A–S8.

Illustrations: Woodcuts.


ISTC: im00719600

Hain: C 4228;

BMC: BMC V 426;

Proctor: Pr 5195;

Others: Duff 325; Oates 2041-2; Sander 4837; Sheppard 4145-6; STC 16168; Weale–Bohatta 1391.

LCN: 14515918


Copy number: M-275(1)

Wanting the blank leaf qq8, also N5, and S2. The portion of leaf c4 containing the office of St Thomas of Canterbury cut away. Leaf [*1] mutilated.

Binding: Contemporary English calf, with panel stamp inscribed ‘Domine dum veneris iudicare noli me condempnare'. Two metal catches attached to the lower board, and remains of one clasp. Rebacked.

Size: 175 × 125 × 43 mm.

Size of leaf: 169 × 110 mm.

In the calendar, the deletions ordered in 1538 (of the word ‘papa' and of the festival of Thomas Becket) have been performed but restored in a contemporary hand. On q3r manuscript entries of births of the Everard family in the reigns of Henry VIII and Edward VI: ‘Edward Everard was borne ye xxviij day of ianuary in ye xxviij year of .H. the viij [1537]'; followed by the entries for ‘Alys Everard' (10 Feb. 1539), ‘John Everard' [deleted] (6 Mar. 1540), ‘Elysabeth Everard' [deleted] (26 Mar. 1541)', Tomasyn Everard' (15 Aug. 1544), ‘John Everard' (25 Oct. 1545), ‘Gaving Euerard' (19 Apr. 1546), ‘Elysabeth Euerard (26 Feb. 1547), ‘Harry(?) the son of Richard(?) Everard' (24 Oct. 1534) ‘Wylyam Everard' (3 Dec. 1536). On verso of rear endleaf a recipe in the same hand that has added part of the notes on q3r: ‘For my agu. Take bursa pastorys [shephard's purse] knottgros [knotgrass] browne [ ]ell sengrene [house leek] and syncfoyle [cinquefoil] and schrede them and stampe them with halfe a handfull of bay saltt and so lay partt of ytt apon the pulsys of ye wryst and lyke quantyty apon the pulsys and the pusysys and so bynd this to byfore the fytt is owre. Also take ye stryanings of ye rotys of crowe foote and bette them with a lytyll bay salt and laye of ytt to the Inner partt of ye tho[ ]ys and g[ ]toys'. ‘B. T. II. 326' in brown ink in the upper margin of [*2r].

Provenance: Everard family (sixteenth century); inscription on q3r. Richard Gough (1735-1809). Bequeathed in 1809.

SHELFMARK: Gough Missals 79.

Copy number: M-275(2)

The title cut out and mounted.

Binding: Nineteenth-century gold-tooled blue morocco; gilt-edged leaves and marbled pastedowns.

Size: 175 × 120 × 38 mm.

Size of leaf: 165 × 104 mm.

Provenance: [ ] Underhill; ‘Vnderhyll' in an early hand on S8r. George Mason (1735-1806). Francis Douce (1757-1834); armorial book-plate; purchased at the third Mason sale in 1798 (London: Leigh & Sotheby, 27 Nov. 1798, lot 106, having been in the second sale (16 May, lot 114, but apparently bought in or rejected); ex informatione John Goldfinch). Bequeathed in 1834.

SHELFMARK: Douce 26.

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