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Additions:The flyleaf (f. iiir) is of cent.
xii: on the recto in single lines: De puella mortua fide constricta
que coniurato sibi clerico postmortem ap(paruit). Quoniam mi karissime Radulfe de anime utilitate crebro mecum colloqui et ex multis que nesciebam me quondam
... / consueueras. rem uere gestam quam (about two-third of the line erased) relatio ... / didici
etc. In line 5: Clericus inquit sibi bene notus (erasure of three words; the 3rd is herefordie) ad se nuper aduenien etc.
Additions:The verso (f. iiiv) is headed X and is in
two columns, the first rather cut. ... herodes explorare uoluit ... miracula uidere
concupiuit (evidently on John Baptist,
“he was a burning and a shining
etc.). Ends: quatinus et lector tanto feruentior ad legendi studium redeat
quanto ex lectionis quoque incisione respirat. Expl. lib. decimus.
I do not understand how this volume comes to be omitted from T.
This is the unique copy edited (with Introduction by Professor
Maitland) for the Selden Society by W.
J. Whittaker, 1895
There is a close connexion between this volume and MS
70. Both belonged to Andrew Horn. Among the MSS. burnt
in Westminster Abbey Chapter Library in 1694 was a
Summa Legum per Andream Horne (Cat.
MSS. Angl. 11, no. 1298 (208))