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Rustat Pension certificate and receipt

A certificate from authorities in the parish of Saint Nicholas, Rochester, confirming that Elizabeth Herring, widow of Henry Herring late rector of Bradwell in Essex, is living in the parish and is still a widow. Signed, Charles Allen, vicar; Richard Brenchley, churchwarden; and William Penn, chucrhwarden.

Below is the receipt of Elisabeth Herring's Rustat pension payment, received 29th September 1782, totaling £4 due for the half year ended Lady-day 1782.

Herring, Elizabeth


Primary flake with marginal retouch on the distal end

Caius College Quit Rent

Received of the Bursar of Jesus College 16s 6d due to Caius College at Michaelmas 1816.
Signed by Robert Woodhouse, Bursar.

Woodhouse, Robert

Bill to the Smith (Coe)

Paid £0 17s 0d to the smith Thomas Coe given by B. Fuller for work done in the kitchen: new great jack (?), laying pooker, lock and hoy, mending the spitts (?), meat hooks, mending and laying rang and bair, lach and a crying (?) outdoor.
Signed by B. Fuller.

Coe, Thomas

Letter from P. Maddy to William French

Written from College, Ely. Hopes French's health is improving and says he will send a remedy recommended by one of his friends, Mr Fardall, He cured Dr. Wilson of Walthamstow. Hopes that his health recovers quickly, whether or not he takes his friend's remedy. Greatly felt the deans absence whilst the Bishop and Mrs Allen also aren't looking very robust. The son and daughter have just returned to, presumably, where they live. On 3rd November he must appear at the Chapel Royal.

Maddy, P.

Ironmonger's bill

Ironmonger's bill addressed to Mrs Feilding's account, from R. Underwood, 'General Ironmongery Establishment', on the High Street, Huntingdon. Total payment of 6s for two stone nails. Signed by O. Baines on behalf of R. Underwood. Year not given, presumably 1863 or 1864.

Baines, O.


Two sherds of Nene Valley colour coated ware and one Hadham oxidised ware. None of the sherds were diagnostic but the Hadham ware is dated mid 3rd-4th century AD and the Nene Valley ware is dates AD 150-300.


21 shards, including one Central Gaulish Samian dish dated mid 2nd century AS and four sherds from a Hadham oxidised ware vessel dated mid 3rd-4th century AD. A black slipped dog dish from this context dates to the 2nd-4th century AD and the remaining sherds are also probably of this date range.
Two sherds probably post-Roman are separated.


Six sherds of pottery, consisting of three Nene Valley colour coated wares and three sandy greywares. One of the sherds of Nene Valley ware is decorated with white painted swirls and berries, dating it to the 3rd century AD.


  • JCOL/Q/B/11
  • File
  • 1000-1100 (There is an annotation in French on the first folio and James judged it of early 13C date. He also identifies three replacement leaves of 13-14C date.)
  • Part of Old Library Manuscripts

Priscian's "De grammatica libri xvi" and "De accentibus" (by Priscianus Caesariensis), the latter ending imperfectly; M. R. James's no. 28. Includes a few later leaves, decorated initials and, at the start, a Greek alphabet matched against numerals. The margins bear many pointing hands and sketches of faces.

Charter of Nigel granting nuns land

  • JCMR/Gray 1- . . . 383/Gray 1-10/1
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  • 1144-1145 (This is probably the earliest of the nuns' charters, written before Gray 2a: see Gray, Priory (Cambridge, 1898), p. 3, for discussion; also Nuns and goldsmiths, p.61, n.11.)
  • Part of Records of the Priory of St Mary and St Radegund

Nigel, Bishop of Ely, gives to the nuns of the newly founded cell outside the town of Cambridge a piece of land (4 acres) lying near to the said cell, free of all customs, for a rent of 12d per annum. Witnesses: Radulf Olaf; Petrus clericus (Peter the clerk); Gilebertus capellanus de horn[u]ningesheia (Gilbert the chaplain of Horningsea).

Nigel (d 1169) Bishop of Ely

Charter of King Stephen

  • JCMR/Gray 1- . . . 383/Gray 1-10/2a
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  • 1149-1150 ("[Given] during the siege of Mapperhall" (Apud Mapertes halam in obsidione), 1149-50. For the date, see appendix A in Nuns and goldsmiths.)
  • Part of Records of the Priory of St Mary and St Radegund

Stephen confirms to the church and nuns of St Mary the grant by William Monachus [le Moyne], goldsmith, of 2 virgates of land and 6 acres of pasture and 4 cottars with their holdings, at (Great) Shelford, in free alms, for the soul of Henry (I) and for all God's faithful. Witnesses: William Martell and Rainer de Warenne.

Stephen I (c 1096-1154) King of England

Grant of the Countess Constance

  • JCMR/Gray 1- . . . 383/Gray 1-10/3a
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  • August 1153-October 1154 (The grant includes prayers for the soul of Eustace and the good estate of King Stephen, so must be between Eustace's death in Aug. 1153 and Stephen's death in Oct. 1154.)
  • Part of Records of the Priory of St Mary and St Radegund

Grant of exemption from hagable and langable within and without the borough of Cambridge, also fishery and waters which belong to the said borough, as they were held by herself and her late husband Eustace, for the soul of the said Count Eustace, of all her ancestors, also for the soul of Queen Matilda, and for the good estate of King Stephen. Witnessed by N[igel], bishop of Ely, G[eoffrey] de Waterville, [Roger le Equaham?] with his brother Rodbertus (Robert), Radulf vicecomitus (Ralph the sheriff), Alexander pincerna (the butler), Eustace de Bans, William Monachus (le Moyne) of Shelford, Rodbertus (Robert) Grim, Gilbert son of Dunning, Herbert, Hervey son of Warin.

Constance (c 1126-post 1174) Countess of Toulouse from 1154

Confirmation of charter Gray 3a

King Stephen confirms the grant by his daughter-in-law the Countess Constance to the nuns of exemption from hagable and langable and of the entire fishery and waters belonging to the borough. Grant witnessed at Cambridge by Fulcus de Oilli, Robertus filius Unfris (Robert, son of Humfrey), Ricardus de Bada (Richard of Bath), Henricus de Novo Mercato (Henry of Newmarket).

Stephen I (c 1096-1154) King of England

Confirmation of charter Gray 2a

Bishop Nigel of Ely confirms grant by William Monachus [le Moyne] of Shelford to the Church of St Mary and St Radegund of 2 virgates of land etc. Witnesses: William [de Laventon] archdeacon [of Ely], Richard of St Paul, Richard de Pontcardon, Ricardus filius Ilberti (Richard fitz Gilbert), Magistrus Ernulfus (Master Ernulf), John of St Alban, Gilbert clericus (the clerk), Radulfus Dapiferus (Ralph the steward), Alexander pincerna (the butler), Henricus peregrinus (Henry the pilgrim).

Nigel (d 1169) Bishop of Ely


Stephen de Scales and his wife, Juliana, give, with their daughter Sibil, 80 acres in West Wrattingwith a managium, free of all taxes except Danegeld. Witnesses: Durandus, monk of Ramsey, et aliis.

Scalaris, Stephen de

Confirmation by Bishop Nigel of a grant by Stephen de Scalaris (Scaler, or Scales) and wife Juliana.

  • JCMR/Gray 1- . . . 383/Gray 1-10/5
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  • 1154-1158 (William [de Laventon] was the archdeacon of Ely 1154-1158. In the VCH, Cambs., II, 218, the grant is listed before King Malcolm's grants, i.e. before 1158. Some of the witnesses are known to have been active in 1160s.)
  • Part of Records of the Priory of St Mary and St Radegund

Nigellus [Nigel], Bishop of Ely, confirms the grant made by Stephen de Scalaris and his wife Juliana to the nuns of St Mary and St Radegund of 80 acres of land in (West) Wratting, to be held free of all customs except Danegeld. May be entry gift for their daughter Sybil (cum Sibilla filia sua). The original charter of the Scales has not survived, but it is known from a late medieval cartulary (Caryl T.25, item d). Witnessed by William [de Laventon] archdeacon of Ely; Augustus, Adam and Walter, monks; Roger the chaplain; Erm, Peter and Robert Crest: (maybe Robertus Crestien, see Miller, p. 286); John and Paian (Miller, ibid.), clerks; Martin (of Bottisham?, LE, p. 338), Radulf (Ralph, of Whaddon?, ibid.) and Richard, decani (deacons); Radulf Dapifer (the steward); Alexander pincerna (the butler); Stephen and Gaufrus (Geoffrey) de Scales; Robert de Cuninter (?) (possibly Robertus de Cunningetuna); Gaufrus filii Suani (Geoffrey son of Swein, vassal of Stephen de Scaler).

Nigel (d 1169) Bishop of Ely

First charter of King Malcolm IV of Scotland

King Malcolm of Scotland grants to the nuns of Cambridge 10 acres near Grenecroft in free alms and for the foundation of their church, for a rent of 2 shillings, which his minister will then offer on the altar of the said church. Witnessed in Huntingdon by Herbertus, episcopus de Glasgu (Herbert, Bishop of Glasgow), Walter Cancellarius (the chancellor), Hugo de Morevill, Fulcus de Lusures, Dd. Olifat, Walter de Lind[sey?].

Malcolm IV (1141-1165) King of Scotland

Second grant of King Malcolm IV

  • JCMR/Gray 1- . . . 383/Gray 1-10/4b
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  • June 1163-August 1163 (Engelram was the chancellor until 1164, when he became Bishop of Glasgow, and Nicolas was the Chamberlain from 1160/61 to 1165. See Barrow, Regesta Regum Scottorum pp. 106, 240. For the date see Nuns and goldsmiths, p. 61 n. 12.)
  • Part of Records of the Priory of St Mary and St Radegund

King Malcolm of Scotland confirms his earlier grant to the nuns of St Mary and St Radegund of 10 acres of land at Grenecroft, and frees the nuns from having to pay the 2 shillings rent on this land. Witnessed in Huntingdon by Engelram Cancellarius (the Chancellor), Nicolas Camerarius (the Chamberlain), William Burdet, Hugo Ridel.

Malcolm IV (1141-1165) King of Scotland

Confirmation of charter Gray 4b (charter of King Malcolm)

  • JCMR/Gray 1- . . . 383/Gray 1-10/4c
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  • July 1162-summer 1163 (Before Gray 4d. Given between Thomas' election to the Archbishopric of Canterbury in 1162 and the death of King Malcolm of Scotland in 1165; he is referred to simply as 'rex Scocie'. See Nuns and goldsmiths, p. 61 n. 12.)
  • Part of Records of the Priory of St Mary and St Radegund

Archbishop Thomas Becket confirms the grant by King Malcolm IV of 10 acres of land at Grenecroft to the nuns, along with general confirmation of their lands. Witnesses: Robertus Archidiaconus Oxineford' (Robert, the Archdeacon of Oxford), Magister Philippus de Caun' (Master Philip de Calne?), Magister Herbertus de Boseham (Master Herbert de Boseham), Rob(ertus) capell(anus) et Williamus capell(anus) (Robert the chaplain and William the chaplain), Williamus de Leigrecest'

Becket, Thomas (c 1118-1170), Archbishop of Canterbury

Institution of the Nuns to the Rectory of All Saints

  • JCMR/Gray 1- . . . 383/Gray 79-99/Gray 79, 81-87/79b
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  • 13 November 1180-13 November 1180 ('Facta e[st] aut[em] hec i[n]stitutio et vicarie [con]cessio anno ab incarnatio[n]e verbi mo co lxxxo feria va (quinta) inf[ra] octav' s[an]c[t]i Martini')
  • Part of Records of the Priory of St Mary and St Radegund

Geoffrey, Bishop of Ely, institutes the nuns to the rectory, with the consent of the former patron, Sturmi, there present, who confirms his charter (79a). The nuns are to pay Richard, the chaplain, stipend of 20s. p.a. and to pay the episcopal dues. After the resignation or death of the said Richard they are to have the right of presentation to the living. Witnesses: Robert the Prior and William, canon of Barnwell; Edmund, chaplain to the Bishop of Ely; Godfrey de Insula, Godfrey de Wisbech, Adam de St Edmunds, Master Bartholomew, clerk of Brandon; Alan, the almoner; Roger, dean; Master Robert Christien, Jonathan, priest; Nicholas of St Boloph's, Robert of St John and Hugh, his brother; Simon and Walter, chaplains, Everard de Becham, William, son of Hugh, sheriff; John de Daviner, Peter de Bechem, John de Caisnet, Amand, clerk.

Ridel, Geoffrey (d 1189) Bishop of Ely

Gift with warranty

Stephen de Scalaris (Scaler, or Scales, see Gray 5) to Absalon, son of Roger of Cambridge 3 shops in Cambridge market, one a corner shop, rent 5s 8d; hagabel 4d; the adjoining one 4s and the third 3s 8d. Consideration: 100s ("ad magnun negocium meum perficiendum" - to accomplish his great work). Donor covenants to use no art or ingenuity to get out of this agreement. Witnesses: Geoffrey Poteckin, Richard, Eustace (?), brothers, Henry Elyot, John, son of Hugh, Roger Parleben, John, son of Henry le Tablur, Godfrid, son of William, __ Potekin, (Laurence?) Potekin, Ralph, son of Edmund(?) et multis aliis.

Scalaris, Stephen de

Grant of rent in free alms

William, son of Robert fitz Walter gives to nuns a rent of half a mark (6s 8d) for his soul and the soul of his wife Margaret. Witnesses: Seher de Quinci, William Bardulf, William son of Rocelin, William de Blunville, Robert son of Rocelin, John the clerk, Gilbert son of Dunning, Gerard de Wechesham, Milon de Riveshal

Robert, William son of

Confirmation of Grant

Reginald, son of Hugh Clencwaret(on) to the nuns an annual rent of 3 combes of salt (12 bushels) due on St Margaret's day, out of a salt works at Linn, called Heveckescote, which rent was granted by his father Hugh to the nuns in free alms for his soul and the souls of all his ancestors. Witnesses: Geoffrey, priest of North Lynn (Nordlinn), Ernest, priest of Lynn, John, son of Alan de Ingaldestorp, Peter, son of Ralph de Alen, William, his brother, Godfrid de Grimeston, Simon and Bartholomew, his sons, Richard (?)Cecurteis, Gilbert, his brother, Geoffrey _odo, Richard Wulfard, Geoffrey, his brother, William de Wigenhale, Adam Huriel et pluribus aliis.

Clencwaret(on), Reginald


William, son of Stephen de Scales, confirms his father's gift of land in Wratting, for the good of his soul and that of his wife Sibil and all his ancestors. Witness: Roger de Gurney et aliis.

Scalaris, de, family

Gift with warranty

John de Rocheford to the nuns of St Radegund homage and services owed to him by Roger, chaplain of Burrwell and his heirs for the tenement of Lecherosecroft in Berden for the salvation of his soul and that of his wife Matilda and of the soul of his daughter Beatrix, who is buried there, that is at the light before the altar of St Radegund. Witnesses: Baldwin de Felsted, William de Rocheford, Geoffrey de Rocheford, Eustace de Rocheford, William, chaplain of Norhanton (Norhampton?), Simon Petitconscil et multis aliis.

Rocheford, John de

Grant in free alms with warranty

Reginald, son of Henry de Trumpington, to nuns of St Mary and St Radegund of Cambridge with his daughter Margaret, a rent of 2s due to him from Thomas of Trumpington for 9 acres of land which Thomas holds of him. Thomas is to do the services due to the King for the said 9 acres. Witnesses: Henry de Orewell, William de Trumpington, Everard, his son, Ralph de Cailly, Simon, his son, William de Orewell, Robert, his son, Richard le Francies, William, his son, Robert le Vavasur, Roger de Herbeton, Alberic de Ca(p?)eles, Albin de Orewell, Ralph(?) de Trumpington, Master (Magister) Peter, medic (?), Fulk Crocheman.

de Caily of Trumpington,

Gift with warranty

Ingeleys, widow of Peter le Bof, to Hervey le Messager 3 acres in Batailles croft in town of Wratting, lying between the land of William Bux and the road. Free of all services to the donor, but charged with scutage of 20s 1d to the King, more or less. Rent: 8d. Gersuma: 16s. Witnesses: Geoffrey Fluri, William, his son, Philip Rikespand, William de Oxecroft, John Rangeill, William, his son, William de Bossco, Ralph Bruning, Alan de Blund et multis aliis.

Bof, Ingeleis le

Grant of rent in free alms

Richard Wastinel addresses all his friends, French and English, and grants to the nuns in free alms a rent of 2 pence (duos nummos) of the service of Everad de Batford. No witnesses.

Wastinel, Richard

Grant of services

Rannulf, son of Robert de Gosebrekirg to the nuns of St Radegund in free alms the services of Odo and Ivette, his wife, for a tenement formerly held by Ascer, father of the said Ivette, from the father of the donor, the tenement being situate at Hippighil. Rent: in lieu of service 12d on St Botolph's day. Witnesses: William Pera, John de Ria, Philip and Gilbert, his brothers, Peter, clerk, Hugh, chaplain, William, his brother, William Burger, Walter Cobinot, Maurice, Hugo and Hamo, his sons, Geoffrey de Digebi, Roger, clerk, John Bude et multis aliis.

Gosebrekirg, Rannulf son of Robert de

Gift with warranty

Hugh, son of William, to Gudman Mercer (Mercator), a messuage lying between Holy Trinity church and the house of Isabel Sephare. Rent: 16d, Gersuma: 6d. Witnesses: Hildebrand, Alan, his son, John Crocheman, Robert, his son, Geoffrey Horger, Michael Malerbe, Philip Incisor (Carver?), Gregory, son of Edward, Reginald de Saldeford, Henry Butcher (Carnifex), Hugh Mercator et multis aliis.

Hugh, son of William

Gift with warranty

Hervey Nuncius (le Messager) to Ralph de Orliens one rood of land and a messuage in Bataliscroft, the house, lying next Ralph's house, and the rood next his land. Gersuma: 7s. Rent: 2d. Scutage: 20s 1/2d. Witnesses: Philip de Rikespad, Jordan Carpenter, Ernold Alger, Ralph de Orliens, John Alger, Garin de Trellave, William Miller, William Barker or Tanner ("bercarius" - tanner) et aliis.

Hervey (le Messager)


Nicholas le Moyne (Monachus) de Selford (Shelford) in response to the petition of his father and with the consent of his heirs confirms to the nuns of St Mary and St Radegund of Cambridge 55 acres of land which his father gave them, also 1 1/2 acres of meadow and 1 acre of land for building barns. The five acres of land which they have asked for he will give. He gives this land for the souls of King Henry and his heirs and for the souls of his own father and mother and for the remission of his sins and those of his heirs. To hold as King Henry gave it to le Moyne's father and his heirs. Witnesses: Jonathan, priest, Nicholas and Jocelin, priests, Peter, clerk of Shelford, Hervey, son of Warin, John, his son, Norman.

Le Moyne family

Gift in free alms

Simon de Turre gives to nuns of St Mary and St Radegund one acre of meadow land in Hunimade held by Robert de Rotewelle, lying next to that of Simon's man Henry, and half an acre of meadow land in Chabligwelle, lying next to the land of Robert le Heighley. Witnesses: Peter chaplain, Roger chaplain, Everard Myle, Robert son of above, Roger de Caudecote, William clerk of Caudecote, Henry son of Helys, Ralph minister, Roger son of Gilbert, Robert de Guiz, Simon reeve, et pluribus aliis.

Turre, Simon de

Grant of advowson

Hugh, son of Absalon of Cambridge, on the advice of the late Eustace, Bishop of Ely, for the salvation of his own soul and the souls of his ancestors, grants to God and the Almoner of St Radegund of Cambridge the advowson of the church of St Clement in free alms. Witnesses: Bartholomew, official of the Archdeacon of Ely, Fabian, chaplain, Hugh, his brother, Peter, chaplain, Master (Magister) Robert de Neutun, Robert, chaplain of St Clement's, Robert Seman, Fulk Crocheman, John, his brother, Ailgar de Welles, Hervey, son of Martin, Michael, his son, Richard de Bernewell, Peter and Richard, his sons, Richard, son of Osbern, William, his son, William, son of Master Geoffrey, Robert, clerk, John, his brother, Walter de Lindsia, Robert Porter, Robert Blund et multis aliis.

Hugh, son of Absalon

Beda super Genesim et Exodum

Bede on Genesis and "on Exodus"; M. R. James's no. 14. Two separate works, in different hands of similar date. Item (2) is Bede's "De tabernaculo"; it ends abruptly while discussing Exodus 26. James judged the writing "beautiful"; there is a fine decorated initial at f. 1v. Attached to the binding at the beginning and end are partially erased leaves from another copy of Bede on Genesis, of about the same date.

Tractatus de Astronomia etc

  • JCOL/Q/B/8
  • File
  • 1100-1200 ((1) is in an early 12C hand, according to James; (2) is also 12C. Bound in two leaves of a 13C psalter.)
  • Part of Old Library Manuscripts

Treatises on astronomy, etc.; M. R. James's no. 25. Contains: (1) an anonymous tract on celestial phenomena (apparently derived from Isidore's De naturis rerum), lacking initials and diagrams; (2) Sermones S. Augustini (96 sermons, most untitled). James gives detailed contents lists of both.

SS. Ambrosii et Hieronymi quaedam

Writings of saints Ambrosius and Jerome; M. R. James's no. 27. Probably English work. Contains: (1) Liber ualde utilium preceptorum atque consiliorum de libris officiorum Beatissimi pape [erased] Ambrosii mediolanensis collectus; (2) Liber S. Jeronimi presbyteri contra Iovinianum; (3) Liber beati Ambrosii Mediolanensis episcopi de misteriis sine iniciandis; (4) Sermo primus de sacramentis ambrosii. Includes, at the front, a 15C list of herbs and a recipe in English.

Selecta ex Augustino

  • JCOL/Q/G/1
  • File
  • 1100-1200 (The contents table inside the front cover is of 15C date.)
  • Part of Old Library Manuscripts

Selections from Augustine: M. R. James's no. 49. Contains: 1) Augustinus super Genesim ad literam libri xii (ff. 1-99); 2) Augustinus de gratia novi testamenti (ff. 100-123; at f. 100 an initial has been cut out); 3) Prologus ex libro primo retractatus S. Augustini (f. 124); 4) Liber S. Augustini ad Honoratum de utilitate credendi (ff. 125-140); 5) Sermo S. Augustini de laude karitatis, incipit: Divinarum scripturarum mulitplicem (ff. 141-42); 6) An untitled tract, incipit: (O)mnis diuina scriptura circa triplicem intellectum, ends imperfectly (ff. 143-47).

Expositio missae, etc.

A collection of sermons and extracts; M. R. James's no. 65. Contains: 1) Expositio missae. In virtute sancte crucis; 2) extracts on leprosy and on the Holy Ghost; 3) Sermo Gibuini de filio prodigo and three other sermons; 4) extracts; 5) - 13) sermons for particular days in the church calendar; 14) extracts; sermons: 15) Omnis caro corruperat; 16) Vie syon lugent; 17) In hunc modum loquitur patres; 18) De institutione misse et de intellectu eorum 19) Ut intinguatur pes tuus; 20) Oritur sol et occidit; 21) sermo in dedicatione ecclesia; 22) Intravit ihesus in quoddam castellum; sermons: 23) on the parable of the vineyard; 24) Ite baptizate; 25) Cum invitatus fueris ad nuptias; 26) for the first Sunday after Pentecost (Temptatus est ihesus); 27) for the third Sunday after Pentecost (Que mulier habens dragmas); 28) extracts; 29) sermo in Quadragesima; 30) for the 13th Sunday (Et approprians samaritanus); 31) Quid sit fides; 32) Exposition of some Levitical ceremonies; sermons: 33) for Palm Sunday; 34) magistri Petri in ... (Surge aquilo); 35) extracts; 36) sermon on the blood of the Lamb; 37) extracts; 38) Incipit de xij apostolis ubi nati fuerint ... ; 39)Questiones de diversitate in officiis ecclesiasticis. Ends imperfectly. The binding has a leaf of a 13C folio psalter in double columns, the same as in Q.B.3. and Q.B.8, with flyleaves from the smaller psalter used to bind Q.G.4 and 5. The latter include parts of psalms 42-45 and 23 and 26.

S. Hieronymus ad Demetriadem, etc.

M. R. James's no. 76. Contains: Epistola Hieronymi ad Demetriadum Virginem; Dicta Anselmi Archiepiscopi; Sermo S. Augustini de penitentia; Collaterales iiiior virtutum; De xii lapidibus; Orationes seu meditationes Anselmi Archiepiscopi; Expl. monologion Anselmi arch.: Inc. prologus in proslogion eiusdem; Proslogion Anselmi; Liber B. Augustini de presentia summi et veri ac omnipotentis dei; Seneca de institutione morum; Collatio Serapionis; De vestimentis sacerdotalibus; an exposition of the canon of the mass; a tract on prosody (wanting the first leaf); elegiac verses on death (30 lines); a dialogue on prosody; verses in another hand (wanting a quire); hymn to the Virgin; two unconnected lines of verse; prologue to a treatise on astronomy, with treatise beginning "Spera est rotundum et globosum corpus" and ending with instructions on making an astrolabe; and a gloss on the Lamentations.

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