By Montague Rhodes James
M. R. James (1862-1936) is perhaps most sensible remembered as a author of chilling ghost tales, yet he used to be a good pupil of medieval literature and palaeography, who served either as Provost of King's university, Cambridge, and as Director of the Fitzwilliam Museum, and plenty of of his tales mirror his educational historical past. His certain descriptive catalogues of manuscripts owned through faculties, cathedrals and museums are nonetheless of price to students this present day. James' catalogue of the manuscript holdings of Pembroke university used to be first released in 1905. Now reissued, it will likely be welcomed via librarians and researchers alike.
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C. Johannis Damasceni sententiae (P. G. xciv. 789) . Capitula in 3 columns. In the 4th this rubric. Expl. capitula libri Johannis Damasceni numero centum et unum. Correxit autem dominus R. grosseteste lincolniensis ep. ueterem translacionem et inseruit etiam multa que transtulit ex greco exemplari que in ueteri translatione non habentur. Intitulatur autem liber iste S. Johannis damasceni uocati masur editio diligens de orthodoxa fide. Inc. lib. Joh. Dam. secundum correctam translationem domini R.
V. f. 66 b, ,, Lib. vi. f. 866 initial with much dark green. Lib. VII. f. 101 b, good initial. Lib. v m . f. 115, first leaf gone. Lib. ix. f. 139, initial gone. Lib. x. f. \6\b, initial gone. Ends imperfectly f. 175 £: Sicut illam laboriosa in. f. I 3b Not in Wren. 14. GREGORII MORALIA. \ ' ' ' 49 ^ I S . 2577 Vellum, 1 2 ^ x 8 £ , ff. 1 8 4 + 1 , double columns of 32 Cent, xii-xiii, in a clear narrow upright hand. Rebound, marks of staple in middle of last flyleaf. Possibly from Bury. On f. 1 is a mark (xv).
A . 2 0 8 2 S. p. 39 columns of 59 lines. Liber monachorum S. Edmundi in quo continentur Postille fr. Nicholai de lira super Genes. Exod. etc. Item questiones eiusdem de sacra scriptura et aliis. First leaf with pressmark gone. Collation: 1 flyleaf. I12 (wants 1) 2 12 -2i 12 228 | 2312 2412, 4 flyleaves. At the end are four leaves (the 4th mutilated) of a law MS. of cent. xiii. Contents: 1. 2. —iv Regum . . f. 1 Begins imperfectly near the end of the 1st Prologue. Prol. 2. Uidi in dextera sedentis super thronum.
A Descriptive Catalogue of the Manuscripts in the Library of Pembroke College, Cambridge by Montague Rhodes James