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Transcripts (16th century)(Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
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Codicology:Paper, 310 x 215 mm(Content authored by Corpus Christi College) (12.25 x 8.2 in.), pp. 458 numbered, seculo xvi scriptus(Content authored by Nasmith).
Foliation: ff. i-ii + pp. 1-80 + 80a-t + 81-458 + ff. iii-iv(Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Language: Latin, Anglo-Norman and English.(Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Contents
1.
3-127
John Rous, Historia de regibus Angliae(Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Iohannis Rossi alias Rous Warwicensis historia regum Angliae (Content authored by Nasmith)
Items(Content authored by Corpus Christi College) 1 and 2 from one volume
Ed. Hearne, about 1715
2.
128-130
Bull 'Scimus Fili', 27 June 1299 (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Literae missae regi Angliae Edwardo I. per Bonifacium papam, quod regnum Scotiae non est nec fuit de feodo regis Angliae, sed ab antiquis temporibus pleno jure pertinuit ad ecclesiam Romanam (Content authored by Nasmith)
Items(Content authored by Corpus Christi College) 1 and 2 from one volume
From MS 292. 5
3.
131-141
Evidence from the histories concerning the rights of the English kings in Scotland (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Testimonia historicorum de jure regis Angliae in regnum Scotiae collecta a G. Rishanger et aliis (Content authored by Nasmith)
From MS 292. 3
4.
141-151
Reply of Edward I to the bull 'Scimus Fili' (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Ceo est la lettre le bon roy Edwarde enroule en la chauncelrie, mande au pape que adunque estoite, contenaunte le droit que nostre seigneur le roy ha au roialme descoce (Content authored by Nasmith)
Haec epistola [Latine scripta] autorem habuit praedictum G. Rishanger(Content authored by Nasmith)
From MS 292. 6. See also MS 298. 14
5.
151-152
Letter of the earls and barons of England to the pope dated at Lincoln 12 February 1301 (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Literae quas comites et barones Angliae miserunt domino papae super negotio Scotorum, datae apud Lincoln. 12 Feb. A. D. 1300 (Content authored by Nasmith)
From MS 292. 7
6.
153-154
Charter of Edward II renouncing his claim to the ownership of Scotland (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Carta Edwardi II, qua demittit se de omni jure in regnum Scotiae (Content authored by Nasmith)
Incipit:
Hec carta refertur in Scotichronicon lib. decimo tertio cap. 13 sed quis pinxit Leonem (sic) ipse considera. Circa anno domini 1328
7.
155-254
Walter of Coventry (attrib.), Memoriale (excerpt)(Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Memoriale fratris Walteri de Coventr. (Content authored by Nasmith)
Continet solummodo priorem partem ad annum 1152(Content authored by Nasmith)
See MS 175. It is in one hand
155
Incipit:
Romanorum nonagesimus iiius Henricus regnauit
See Rolls edition of Walter of Coventry pp. 27-184, Introd. p. xiii. Stubbs thinks it probable that this copy was made for Parker before he became possessed of the original
8.
255-259
Thomas Rudbourne OSB, Historia maior de fundatione ecclesiae Wintoniensis(Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Brevis delineatio historiae ecclesiae Winton a tempore Lucii regis Britonum usque ad tempus Edgari, et successio episcoporum a S. Berino usque ad Henricum Beauford, cardinalem (Content authored by Nasmith)
255
Chronica cenobii S. Swithuni Winton(Content authored by Nasmith)
Nota ad initium, “Memorandum quod collegium Gunwelli et Caii habet unum volumen sive rotulam in pergameno scriptum, datum a Roberto Hare armigero illi collegio Anno Domini 1568. Et haec rotula praecipue tractat de ecclesia Wintoniensi, quomodo incepta aucta et variis temporibus a diversis habitatoribus, quandoque monachis quandoque secularibus canonicis, et refert etiam numerum annorum, quo tempore quisque rex tam Britonum quam Saxonicorum et Normannorum usque ad Henricum quintum cepit. Refert etiam originem academiae Cantabrigiensis, viz. originem tradens a Cantabro, et cetera et est illud volumen de quo doctor Caius scribit in libro suo de antiquitate Cantabrigise, quem tertium testem citat.”
“Item continentur in illo volumine omnes gratiae expediendae in curia Romana et dispensationes a sede apostolica tam pro matrimonio illicite contracto quam pro religiosis.” (Content authored by Nasmith)
Items(Content authored by Corpus Christi College) 8-23 form a volume in a largish sloping hand. The note at the beginning may be by Joscelyn
257
Incipit:
Britannia semper in fide Christi remansit
Also in Galba A. XV, Wharton Anglia Sacra I 179
9.
260-278
Thomas Rudbourne OSB, Epitome historiae maioris ecclesiae Wintoniensis(Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Liber historialis et antiquitatum domus S. Swithini Wintoniae scriptus per Iohannem Exceter ejusdem loci commonachum Anno Domini 1531 (Content authored by Nasmith)
260
Incipit:
Liber historialis et antiquitatum domus S. Swithini Wintoniae Johannis Exceter eiusdem loci Commonachi propriis manibus descriptus ao dominicae incarn. 1531
Ends p. 277
The autograph seems to be at All Souls' College (no. 114)
10.
279-284
Brief chronicle of English kings and their donations to Winchester abbey from Egbert to Henry VI (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Breve chronicon, in quo notantur dies coronationis mortis et locus sepulturae cujusvis regis Angliae ab Egberto ad Henricum VI. donationes quas fecerunt veteri monasterio Winton et nomina reginarum ibidem sepultarum, autore Willelmo Woddeson (Content authored by Nasmith)
279
Incipit:
Ex regno West Saxonum quod Gewiseorum dicitur
Ends
284
Explicit:
Hec Willelmus Woddeson propria eius manu scripsit
11.
285-287
A certain miracle of St Swithun (Queen Emma's ordeal by fire) (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
De quodam miraculo insigni gloriosi antistitis Swithuni (Content authored by Nasmith)
Continet historiam Emmae matris Edwardi confessoris, quae per novem vomeres candentes illaesa incessit(Content authored by Nasmith)
285
Incipit:
Gloriosissimus et sanctissimus rex Edwardus in Angliam veniens
12.
287-294
Charter of Edward I to the church at Winchester confirming the charters of John and Henry III (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Charta Edwardi I. concessa ecclesiae Winton confirmans cartas Iohannis et Henrici III. quae recitantur per inspeximus (Content authored by Nasmith)
13.
294-297
Bull of Pope Innocent IV confirming the privileges of St Swithun's Winchester (1254?) (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Bulla Innocentii papae confirmans privilegia ecclesiae Winton (Content authored by Nasmith)
14.
297-299
History of Winchester abbey from 987 AD (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
De ecclesia S. Swithuni Winton, quod vetus olim nominabatur cenobium; de quarta mirabili et ultima introductione monachorum ibidem facta anno gratias 967, temporibus Edgari regis pacifici et S. Dunstani archipresulis Cantuar. (Content authored by Nasmith)
15.
299-300
Charter of king Edgar to Old Minster Winchester of privileges in Chilcomb (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Carta Edgari regis pacifici pro renovatione terrae de Chiltecumbe et pro reintroductione monachorum (Content authored by Nasmith)
S 817 (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
16.
300-301
Bull of Pope John XIII for the provision of monks at St Swithun's Winchester, 964 AD (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Bulla Ioannis papae XIII. de introductione monachorum in ecclesiam S. Swithuni Wintoniae concessa Anno Domini 964 (Content authored by Nasmith)
17.
301-302
Charter of king Edward to the 'family' of Winchester cathedral of land in Hursbourne (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Carta de Hurs(t)bourne Edwardi senioris (Content authored by Nasmith)
S 384 (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
18.
302-302
Sentence of excommunication pronounced by Boniface of Savoy archbishop of Canterbury against those who despoiled St Swithun's Winchester, 1250 (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Sententia excommunicationis lata in aula Westmon. a Bonefacio archiepiscopo Cantuar. Anno Domini 1250, in eos qui ecclesiam S. Swithuni Winton spoliaverint, et cetera (Content authored by Nasmith)
19.
303-305
Agreement between John of Pontoise bishop of Winchester and the abbey of St Swithun's Winchester, 1284 (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Copia magnae compositionis factae inter Iohannem de Pontissara divina providentia episcopum Winton, et priorem et conventum S. Swithuni Winton, apud Kanaruam Anno Domini 1284 (Content authored by Nasmith)
20.
305-307
Confirmation of the privileges of the abbey of St Swithun's Winchester, issued by John Pontoise bishop of Winchester, 1284 (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Confirmatio privilegiorum prioris et conventus per eundem episcopum facta Anno Domini 1284 (Content authored by Nasmith)
21.
307-308
Confirmation of Edward I of the agreement between John of Pontoise bishop of Winchester and the abbey of St Swithun's Winchester (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Confirmatio regis Edwardi apud Kaneruam de compositione facta inter Ioannem de Pontissara episcopum Winton et priorem et conventum S. Swithuni (Content authored by Nasmith)
22.
308-313
Agreement between William Warham archbishop of Canterbury and Winchester concerning the churches at East Meon and Hambledon (Hampshire), 1531 (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Compositio facta inter Willelmum Warham archiepiscopum Cantuar. et priorem et conventum ecclesiae cathedralis Cantuar. et priorem et conventum ecclesiae cathedralis Winton de cura et custodia ecclesiarum de Estmenes et Hameldon sede Winton vacante Anno Domini 1531 (Content authored by Nasmith)
23.
314-358
Chronicle of English history from Lucius to Henry VI (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Chronicon in quo continetur historia Angliae presertim cenobii Winton a Lucio usque ad initium regni Henrici VI. (Content authored by Nasmith)
314
Incipit:
Future resurrectionis felicem peroptantes fruitionem
Many verses occur, some of which are also in Rudburne's Hist. Major
Ends
357
Explicit:
ad arbitros quosdam deuenit que adhuc indecisa manet. Hic finis huius historiae
It may be the Hist. Minor of Rudburne: query a copy of Nero A. XVII
24.
359-360
Letter from John Astely to Roger Ascham dated at Hatfield October 1552 (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Letter from John Astely to Roger Ascham, affectionately complaining of his absence, and desiring him to send him an account of the estate of affairs in Germany, dated Hatfield 9 October 1552 (Content authored by Nasmith)
Printed by Daye (n. d. ? 1570) and later, e.g. by Bennet 1761: last in Cambridge English Classics 1904, ed. W. Aldis Wright
25.
360-422
Letter of Roger Ascham to John Astely on the estate of Germany (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Ascham's answer to the foregoing letter, giving a long and particular account of the estate of Germany (Content authored by Nasmith)
Printed by Daye (n. d. ? 1570) and later, e.g. by Bennet 1761: last in Cambridge English Classics 1904, ed. W. Aldis Wright
26.
423-434
A discourse proving that priests may lawfully marry (Content authored by Nasmith)
27.
435-458
Historiola de primo statu Landavensis ecclesiae (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Copia primevae fundationis ecclesiae cathedralis Landavensis et diversorum privilegiorum ejusdem (Content authored by Nasmith)
435
Incipit:
Anno ab incarn. dom. 156 Lucius rex
Ends
448
Explicit:
tempore regis et comitis Willelmi et Walteri de Laci
Cf. Wharton Anglia Sacra II 667
From Vesp. A. XIV; Hardy II 87
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