Cecil Papers
14th century

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E. Salisbury (editor)

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1915

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'Cecil Papers: 14th century', Calendar of the Cecil Papers in Hatfield House, Volume 13: Addenda (1915), pp. 2-3. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=112016 Date accessed: 25 July 2014.


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14th century

Treatises.
14th cent.Liber Questionum Scholasticarum.
Exceptiones proverbiorum ex libris philosophorum atque poetarum.
Breviss. compilatio ex dictis magistri Bernardi.
VII Sapient: Sententiae, septem versibus explicatae.
Ex vaticinio Sibyllae &c, de nomine Jesu Christi.
De numeris Sacris 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 & 7.
(279.)
Treatises.
14th cent.Summula Historiae Angliae ab Egberto ad Edwardum I.
Tractatus de cruce J. Christi, de poenitentia, de mirabile fine Judae Traitoris. De Statura et forma Domini J. Christi.
Quaestiones necessariae, per Robertum Pynke, F. de Ord. Pred.
Tractatus qui vocatur Pars Oculi.
Vita B. Jobi abbreviata a mag. Petro Blessensi exposita.
Meditationes B. Bernardi.
Lucidarius.
Miraculum de spiritu Guidonis Civis Civitatis Alesti canonizati, 1323.
Tractatus de Raptu Anime Tundali e ejus visione extractus de libro qui vocatur "Vincentius de Speculo Historiale."
Manuale Sacerdotum.
Libellus B. Augustini de cognitione vere vite.
(290.)
St. Gregory.
14th cent.Flores Psalterii a Beato Gregorio editi papa urbis.
(292. 1.)
Priory of St. Michael's Mount.
14th cent.Registrum Cartarum Prioratus Monasterii Montis S. Mich: in Cornubia, et Cellae Abbatiae S. Mich: de periculo maris in Normannia.
Vellum. (315.)
Chronicles of England.
14th cent., circ. Edward II.Gesta Anglorum ex Hist. Willielmi Malmesburgensis, Henrici Huntingdoniensis et Walteri Coventriensis descripta.
Vellum. (321.)
Gratian's Decretals.
14th cent.Liber Decretorum Gratiani cum apparatu Bartholomaei Brugensis.
2 vols. Vellum. (322–3.)
Richard Rolle's Version of the Psalms.
14th cent.The Psalms, and the hymns of Moses, Isaiah, Habakuk, &c., translated from the Latin by Richard Rolle, Hermit of Hampole.
(328.)