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  1. Manuscript inscriptions on front free endpaper " Robt. Speare" (crossed out), and "Brian Sapylton c.n /K p[m]: 4[?] s."; bookplate of M.C. Lefferts; contemporary calf binding with coat of arms gold tooled on both covers with motto "Nec spero nec Despero"; on flyleaf, manuscript list with title: "Historiae Anglicanae script.: civiles et ecclĩes". With: Trussell, John. A continuation of the Collection of the history of England ... London : Printed by M. D[awson] for Ephraim Dawson, 1636. (6)
  2. Manuscript inside boards (detail), V.b.315. (1)
  3. Manuscript keyboard score with a collection of songs, instrumental pieces and incidental music mostly by British composers [manuscript]. (8)
  4. Manuscript letters "RP" marked on the bottom edge. (4)
  5. Manuscript note on front pastedown, ending "... A. P. de puerback [?] Orate pro me 1525"; bookplate of W.T. Smedley; purchased in 1924. (2)
  6. Manuscript notes on manuscript fragment used as endpaper at front, faint, mostly illegible "p[ro]pheta d[e] Bononia[?] an[n]o 1521 i[n] loco Com̃odj [?] tenui hu[n]c libru[m]"; another inscription in verse on recto of 1st leaf "Papara progenies: Patria est Theatina: Ioan[n]es Nornetj[?]: Caesarum ius mihi cura prior ..."; autograph on leaf A2r "Cesare Fedele". (8)
  7. Manuscript on verso of flyleaf, STC 15209. (1)
  8. Manuscript paste-down, INC M219. (1)
  9. Manuscript pastedown 2, INC P700. (1)
  10. Manuscript pastedown, INC P700. (1)
  11. Manuscript prayer first page, 221- 109q. (1)
  12. Manuscript prayer, 221- 109q. (1)
  13. Manuscript record of personal accounting on 1st and last leaves, dated December 1616 "... Io frã Giõ Agostino da Caluatone io ho imprestato a Meser Gaspar Paglia .." with record of loans; another note in a different hand "Frã Giõ Battá da Pauia chlerico eiusdem ordinis ..." on 1st leaf; on leaf a2r "... Ad usu[m] Frĩs baptist[a]e de p[...?]; autograph of Michael Wodhull his note of prices and date "Nov: 28th 1791" on front fly leaf, and his date "Nov: 27th 1798" at end of the book (no. 135 in the Sotheby sale catalog of his library, January 1886) ; another of his notes on front fly leaf indicates provenance "Crevenna" (no. 645 in vol. 1 of Pietro Antonio Crevenna's 1789 catalog); bookplate of W.T. Smedley; purchased in 1924. (2)
  14. Manuscript recycled guard adhered to the front board, STC 4626 copy 1. (1)
  15. Manuscript recycled guard, STC 4626 copy 1. (1)
  16. Manuscript recylcled guard back cover, STC 4626 copy 1. (1)
  17. Manuscript sermons by Francis Frampton [manuscript]. (218)
  18. Manuscript sermons by Francis Frampton [manuscript]. ||[Whole book of Psalms] The whole book of psalmes : collected into English meeter / by Thomas Sternhold, Iohn Hopkins, and others, conferred with the Hebrew, with apt notes to sing them withall ; set forth and allowed to be sung in all churches ��� (1)
  19. Manuscript spine lining, PA6501 A2 1568 Cage. (1)
  20. Manuscript title on top edge. (5)