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3117  
Call Number:  
EL 26 C 9
Folio:  
Chaucer cover
Description:  
Present binding of EL 26 C 9.



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3116  
Call Number:  
EL 26 C 9
Folio:  
Cover B4 restoration
Description:  
Former binding of EL 26 C 9.



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3073  
Call Number:  
EL 26 C 9
Folio:  
f. i verso
Description:  
Ownership notes of family members of Sir Robert Drury; also, “Thomas Calthorpp of” and "Edwarde Waldegrave"; the name and the phrase (also on f. iv verso), “Margery seynt John ys a shrew.”



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3074  
Call Number:  
EL 26 C 9
Folio:  
f. ii r
Description:  
Notes incl. “HD,” “per me Thomam Badbeye” and “1 Durum 5 Pati 68 R. North." The pressmark “Q.3” in the hand of John Egerton (1579-1649), 1st Earl of Bridgewater, corrected by John Egerton (1622-86), 2nd Earl of Bridgewater to “Q.3/3.”



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3075  
Call Number:  
EL 26 C 9
Folio:  
f. ii verso
Description:  
Rotheley, added verses, "Halfe in a dede sclepe not fully revyued."



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3076  
Call Number:  
EL 26 C 9
Folio:  
f. iv
Description:  
In the hand of the scribe, “per Rotheley.”



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3077  
Call Number:  
EL 26 C 9
Folio:  
f. iv verso
Description:  
Two sets of added verses, "From Ioue aboue a spendyng breath" (signed:) R. North; and "Retaine, refuse, no frend, no foe" (signed:) R. N.



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3111  
Call Number:  
EL 26 C 9
Folio:  
f. v r
Description:  
Two sets of added verses, "Thes worldly ioies, that faier in sight apeares" (signed:) R.N.; "In triflieng tales, by poets told" (signed:) R.N.



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3112  
Call Number:  
EL 26 C 9
Folio:  
f. vi r
Description:  
The note, “Thomas Newman yeve these with my hartie comendacions .”



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3113  
Call Number:  
EL 26 C 9
Folio:  
f. vi v
Description:  
“…Edmond Bedingfelde esquier at Wightoun ”; notes in the same hand adjacent to the pilgrim illustrations on ff. 34v and 179.



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3114  
Call Number:  
EL 26 C 9
Folio:  
f. vii v
Description:  
Added table of contents to the Canterbury Tales; an added motto, now erased, “de meuz en meuz” (de mieux en mieux?), also added to ff. ii verso and iii.



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3115  
Call Number:  
EL 26 C 9
Folio:  
f. viii r
Description:  
Chaucer, “Truth,” added, in the early 15th century.



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3078  
Call Number:  
EL 26 C 9
Folio:  
f. 1r
Description:  
Prologue to the Canterbury Tales; a grotesque in the decoration.



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3079  
Call Number:  
EL 26 C 9
Folio:  
f. 10r
Description:  
The Knight, in the gloss space, by the first artist; on the horse are 2 letters, possibly sixteenth century, a “y” (?) and a “m” (?); below the miniature, a crude sixteenth century ink sketch of the Knight; somewhat damaged.



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3080  
Call Number:  
EL 26 C 9
Folio:  
f. 34v
Description:  
The Miller, in the text and gloss space (the only miniature so positioned on a verso), by the first artist; sixteenth century note beside the miniature, “Robin with the Bagpype”; damaged.



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3081  
Call Number:  
EL 26 C 9
Folio:  
f. 42r
Description:  
The Reeve, within the text space, by the first artist.



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3082  
Call Number:  
EL 26 C 9
Folio:  
f. 47r
Description:  
The Cook, within the text space, by the first artist.



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3083  
Call Number:  
EL 26 C 9
Folio:  
f. 48r
Description:  
The notes “…William Sayer” (also occurs on f. 108), “John Neue de oxenborowe in comt. norff. salutem percipe quod et cetera,” “Rogse Smith [?],” and a note about Thomas, Duke of Norfolk (d. 1572).



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3084  
Call Number:  
EL 26 C 9
Folio:  
f. 50v
Description:  
The Man of Law, in a niche in the border decoration, by the first artist; damaged. Text laid out in stanza form with 42 lines per page.



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3085  
Call Number:  
EL 26 C 9
Folio:  
f. 54
Description:  
The note, “Thome Rdell nold Gregorye Nycholas Arnold.”
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