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Page 17, line 10, for Christo:' read. Christo' 36,

20, for existetread' existit' 37, 18, for'u[r]na' read 'una' 42, 19, for hec urna' read 'habet urnam' 44, § 9. This is printed in St Ambrose's Works. Migne, 11. 2 45, $ 19. This poem is by Bernardus Floriacensis, who flourished in the

x1 th century. See Fabricius, Bibl. Med. et Infim. Latin. It is printed without the author's name in Barthii Adversaria. Franc.

1624, col. 1432 46, line 19, for 'Ee. vi. 10, $ 4' read 'Ee. vi. 10, $ 10' 53, 13, 20, for 'recte' and 'humane' read rectæ' and humanæ' § 14. An English translation of this poem will be found in Neale's

Hierologus, p. 199
54, § 19. The first two leaves of this will be found in the Acta Sanctorum.

Mart. III. 127
129, line 8, for 'henede et henepanne' read 'hevede et hevedpanne'
144, 21, for pooóčov' read. opodočov'

25, for 'De Worde' read Caxton' 185, ult. for commorant'read.cormorante' » 250, § 3. This is one of St Augustine's sermons; Opp. Par. 1837. v. coll.

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256, line 4, for 'fueris' read' fueris :'

penult. for 'Edward 'read 'Edoward'
» 267, § 4. See ' Ee. vi. 6, § 5'
268, line 12, for Compunctions' read · Compunctionis'

13, for vi th' read' x th'

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15, for 'EVTHYMIUS' read 'EUTHYMIUS'
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6 from bottom, after '1651'insert'Vol. II.'
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14, for impii’ read “imperii'

13, for 'Pticuler' read Particuler' 355, 11, for oderunt,' read' oderunt.' 545,

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Catalogue of Manuscripts.

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Ee. I. 1. A folio, on parchment, consisting of 276 numbered leaves, written in Latin and French, in different hands, of the xinth and early part of the xivth century.

LEGAL AND HISTORICAL TREATISEs, collected for the use of the monastery of Luffield.

1. · Les diuinemenz de le jur de Nouel' (fol. 1 a).
2. • Le interpretaciun de Songes' (fol. 1 b, col. 1).
After this treatise two leaves have been cut out.

3. "Ici sunt escrites les leys et les custumes ke li reys Willame establit en Engleterre pus ke il aueit la tre conquise:' fresh hand.

After a summary, beginning “Tut al comencement comandat il ke...,' follows a table of 42 chapters, of which the last is described ‘ Des ancestres le rei Willame e de luy meismes e de suns ke apres luy regnerent en engleterre.'

There is in the text a 43rd chapter beginning on f. 8; and indeed after the 40th chapter the contents of ff. 8–11 may be described as an abstract of English history from the dissolution of the Heptarchy to the Conquest, and the succession of kings to Henry III. It concludes :

e tint le regne lvi, auz e xx iurs e murust egist a Wemuster de vant le haut auter. After this is a blank space in the column before the next treatise, as if for the record of Edward I.

On f. 3 is 'Ro. Cotton.'

4. "Tractatus de legibus et consuetudinibus regni Anglie tempore Henrici regis secundi compositus [per] Rad. Glanuill. tunc iusticiarium' (fol. 12 a).

The author died in 1190 : see, respecting his work, Tanner, p. 327. Of this MS. one portion, reaching as far as Lib. 11. c. xix. is in Latin ; the rest in French.

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5. • Statuta Scaccarii domini Regis ' (fol. 40 a): fresh hand. 6. Statutum pro clero ' (fol. 41 a, col. 1). 6 •

, 7. Memorandum respecting the 'curia de Wolverton' (ibid.)

8. Copious extracts from Bracton, de Legibus (fol. 41 6 to fol. 1276).

9. Summa Magna of Ranulphus Hengham.
Respecting the author, who died about 1310, see Tanner, p. 392.

10. On certain liberties of Luffield (fol. 135 b, col. 2): imperfect.

11. Other extracts from Bracton (fol. 136 a to fol. 143 b).

12. •Fet a sauoyr al comencement de chescun play' (fol. 141a to fol. 151 a).

13. Law Cases (fol. 151 a to fol. 153 b).

14. “Carta Johannis regis que vocatur Runnemede' (fol. 154 to fol. 156): fresh hand.

15. Magna carta Henrici regis’ (fol. 157).
16. «Prouisio de Marleberg' (fol. 158b, col. 2),
17. Statutum contra religiosos ’ (fol. 161 a, col. 2).
18. Magna sententia que data fuit apud Oxon' (fol. 161 6).

(b) 19. * Prima statuta regis Edwardi apud Westmonasterium' (fol. 162).

20. De iniustis districcionibus per vicecomitem,' &c. (fol. 167 b, col. 2).

21. Reconciliation of King Edward and the Count of Gloucester (fol. 168 b, col. 2).

22. Statuta de Merton' (fol. 169 b).
23. Carta Henrici regis de Foresta' (fol. 170 b).

24. “Statutum domini regis Eadwardi editum apud Westmonasterium in parliamento post pascha, anno regni sui xuur" (fol. 172 a).

25. Statute of Winchester le viii jur de Septembre le an nostre regne xmo (fol. 1926).

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26. Statuta Quo Waranto' (fol. 1936).

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