By Montague Rhodes James
M. R. James (1862-1936) is perhaps most sensible remembered as a author of chilling ghost tales, yet he was once a very good pupil of medieval literature and palaeography, who served either as Provost of King's collage, Cambridge, and as Director of the Fitzwilliam Museum, and lots of of his tales mirror his educational history. His special descriptive catalogues of manuscripts owned by way of faculties, cathedrals and museums are nonetheless of worth to students this present day. James' catalogue of the manuscript holdings of Pembroke university used to be first released in 1905. Now reissued, will probably be welcomed by way of librarians and researchers alike.
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R */r f C . M. A. 2135 I S0. 2577 A GREGORII MORALIA. \ Vellum, 13-^- x 9J, ff. 1 0 1 + 2 , double columns of 40 lines. Cent, xii, in a beautiful round minuscule. Old binding, flat boards and b a c k : chainmarks at top and bottom of first cover. Clasps gone, traces of a label on 2nd cover. Very probably from Bury, first leaf gone. On flyleaf TERTIA TARS and Tercia pars moralium Beati Gg. pape. Liber xxviii us Collation: 2 flyleaves. I 8 (wants 1) 28 (wants 4, 5) 38 (gap) 4 8 -8 8 (wants 5) 98 (gap) 108 u 8 (wants 4) 128 (wants 8) 138 144 (wants 3).
13. Jo. Sperhauke. Aug. in Joannem cum aliis sermonibus (W. thinks, written by himself) . . . . . . 136 Gorham in Lucam . . . . . 172 Origenis Homiliae in Pentateuchum . . . 196 Textum Ethicorum Politicorum etc. ) . . ? i4o i 4 . Hugo Damlet. Reductorium morale . . . . 197 Hugo de Vienna in Esaiam i84 lib. Sapient. . . . 185 Epistolas 186 Eusebius (? printed). 15. Walt. Stratton. Hugo de arra animae etc. . • . . 238 Practica Gilberti etc. 169 16, 17. Have no titles of books.
25 (Sermons). I. Vellum, 12§ x 8-f, ff. 8 (one quire of 8 leaves), double columns of 44 lines. Cent. xiii, very well written. 1. At top of f. 1 in a hand like that of Henry de Kirkstede which appears in several Bury M S S . : hie est finis illius notabilis summe que uocatur verbum abbreuiatum que quidem continet Cli capitula. It is rather more than half a column and ends immensum et inexplicable. 2. Inc. tractatus Mag" Alani Porrei ad Episcopum Nouionensem. Uidit iacob scalam a terra usque ad celum etc.