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Lawrence, University of Kansas, Kenneth Spencer Research Library,  MS D31
Description: ff. iii + 40 + iii - 17th[?] century, brown calf, border of daisies in gold on outside, blind inside, rebacked - "Anno Domini 1548 Mensis Julio" (f. 1r); "Sold by Thomas Baker, 1, Soho Square, London" (label on front pastedown); "Cranmere Kenrick" (f. iir)
Number of Parts: 1 - Number of Images Available: 7
Direct Link: http://ds.lib.berkeley.edu/MSD31_30
Language: English Country: England Century: 16th

Part 1: ff. 1-40v
Description: - Paper - 280 x 185 mm - 36-44 long lines; only head and foot horizontal lines ruled; full length horizontal and vertical margins done in red ink
Country: EnglandCardinal point:
Region: City:
Assigned Date: s. XVImedSearchable Date Range: 1540 - 1560
Dated by scribe: YesInscribed Date: 1548, July
Document: NoNumber of Scribes:
Script: Court hand
Figurative Decoration: 9 historiated penwork initials
Other Decoration: 3 penwork initials; each page within red rules; red line fillers at ends of sections; first words of each section in red italic; references and important words in text in red italic
Number of Texts: 4

Text 1: ff. 1-10v
Author: Bernardino Ochino
Title: Sermons of Barnardine Ochine of Sena, Godly frutfull and very necessary for all treue Christians translatid owt of Italian into Englishe Sermons
Language(s): English
Incipit: How answer is to be made at the judgment seat of god . . . A fellon or guylty parson, that cannot flye
Explicit: For whom be alwaye all honour, Laude, and glorye throughe Jesu Christ our Lorde
Notes: Bernardino Ochino (1487-1564) 
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f. 1r   Strapwork initial drawn in ink with figure of claw-footed fish

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Text 2: ff. 11-27v
Author: Christoph Hegendorf
Other Associate: Henry Reginalde, translator
Title: Conciones aliquot domesticae
Title: Christophorus Hegendorfyne Doctor of the Law to the right wyse and excellent man Lorde Thomas Reibin senator of francofort by syde oderani his singuler good patron wyssheth healthe
Language(s): English
Incipit: Of all the benefytes whiche we christians have receyued of our only sauiour chryst . . . Loving chyldren. S. paule, yea god the holy ghost, which speakith by paule
Explicit: not suffer your hands to be defylid withe the blood of your neyghbour, by our Lorde Jesus Christ so be it
Notes: Christoph Hegendorf (1500-1540) 
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f. 16r   Strapwork initial drawn in ink with eagles and a caricature and foliate pattern

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f. 19r   Strapwork initial with caricatures; elaborate ascender containing caricature

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f. 21r   Two dragons drawn in ink forming the initial 'T'

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f. 27r   Frame ruling in red ink; section titles and line enders in red

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Text 3: ff. 28-33v, 35-36v
Author: Joannes Oecolampadius
Other Associate: John Foxe, translator
Title: A sarmon of Ihon Oecolampadius to young men and maydens by a famose laborar in the Lordes vinyard among the Germans & switzars translatid owt of Lattin, into English by that paynfull & zealus servant of god, John foxe Sermon
Language(s): English
Incipit: Callinge to mynd that which I shall speak unto young mene
Explicit: The Lord lighten all our myndes with his grace that we maye do all thinges to his glory and to the edyfieng of his Catholike church
Notes: Joannes Oecolampadius (1482-1531) 
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f. 29r   Strapwork initial with eagle

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Text 4: f. 34r-v
Language(s): English
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f. 34v  

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