The Old Library is Magdalene’s collection of rare books and manuscripts which has evolved throughout the history of the College. The Pepys Library houses one of the great national library collections: 3000 volumes preserved as they were when Samuel Pepys bequeathed them.
The Old Library is Magdalene’s collection of rare books and manuscripts which has evolved throughout the history of the College.
Adams, H M 1967, Catalogue of the Books printed on the continent of. .Catalogue of the Pepys Library at Magdalene College, Cambridge, I, Printed Books, Woodbridge.
Adams, H M 1967, Catalogue of the Books printed on the continent of Europe, 1501–1601, in Cambridge Libraries, 2 vols, Cambridge. The Batailes of Crescey, and Poictiers under the leading of King Edward the Third of that name: and his sonne Edward Prince of Wales, named the Blacke, London. A Descriptive Catalogue of the Manuscripts in the Library of Gonville and Caius College, 3 vols, Cambridge. Reports of Heraldic Cases in the Court of Chivalry 1623–1732, London.
College, Cambridge by Pepys Library. Adams, D. Pepys Whiteley, 1978, . April 16, 2010 History. found in the catalog.
Catalogue of the Pepys Library at Magdalene College, Cambridge by Pepys Library. Catalogue of the Pepys Library at Magdalene College, Cambridge. 1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read.
Report on the Pepys Manuscripts Preserved at Magdalene College, Cambridge by. Samuel Pepys, Royal Historical Society (Creator). Pepys Library (Creator).
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152 (+ 2 unfoliated modern paper flyleaves at the beginning and at the end .
152 (+ 2 unfoliated modern paper flyleaves at the beginning and at the end; ff. 150-152 are medieval parchment flyleaves, ff. 1-2 are added parchment leaves from another manuscript). Presented to the British Museum by George II in 1757 as part of the Old Royal Library. Two East Anglian Picture Books : A Facsimile of the Helmingham Herbal and Bestiary and Bodleian Ms. Ashmole 1504, ed. by Nicholas Barker (London: The Roxburghe Club, 1988), p. 6. Dora Faraci, Il bestiario medio inglese (Ms Arundel 292 della British Library) (Rome: Japadre, 1990), p. 258. Anne Payne, Medieval Beasts (London: British Library, 1990), . 4.
Pepys's library has been, as he directed, preserved intact at his old Cambridge .
Pepys's library has been, as he directed, preserved intact at his old Cambridge college since 1724. Between 1978 and 1994 a complete catalogue was published for the first time. Concordances identify the Pepys books covered by STC, Wing, ESTC and other bibliographies. Dr CHARLES KNIGHTON gained his Ph D from Magdalene College, Cambridge. Keywords: Catalogue of Pepys Library Supplementary Series, Bibliography & Manuscripts, English & American Literature, Modern History.
In printing both these Registers the spelling of the original manuscripts has been followed for the names of ships, officers .
In printing both these Registers the spelling of the original manuscripts has been followed for the names of ships, officers, and stations. Elsewhere in these volumes, in accordance with the usual practice of the Society, the names of places are modernised, and the names of persons follow their signatures. In the Register of Me Royal Navy, where the use of red ink has any significance it has been represented by italic type.
No fewer than twenty-three of Pepys's thirty-eight medieval manuscripts contain Middle English texts, and date from the 14th and 15th centuries. Devotional tracts and religious poetry predominate, though there is also a corpus of secular poetry by Lydgate and Chaucer, and some scientific and medical material; a notable rarity is the Caxton Ovid.
Manuscript collections The Near and Middle Eastern manuscripts collection covers a wide range of texts in Arabic . J. F. Coakley: A catalogue of the Syriac Manuscripts in Cambridge University Library and College libraries acquired since 1910.
Manuscript collections The Near and Middle Eastern manuscripts collection covers a wide range of texts in Arabic (over 2500 codices), Hebrew (over 1000), Persian (over 1200), Syriac (around 300) and Turkish (around 450). A. E. Goodman: The Jenks collection of Syriac manuscripts in the University Library, Cambridge. Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society, 1939, p. 81-600 A233.