In Praise of Scribes: Manuscripts and Their Makers in Seventeenth-Century England

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Index of manuscripts cited

United Kingdom

ABERYSTWYTH
National Library of Wales
Castell Gorfod MS 1 65, 211-14, 269
NLW MS 775B 148,163 n. 45
NLW MS 776B 168-73,178 n. 69
Powis, 1959 deposit, Series II, Bundle XVI, No. 4 72 n. 12
Wynnstay MS 44 84 n. 25, 214

BRADFORD
Bradford Central Library
Hopkinson MSS, vol. 18275-6

CAMBRIDGE
Cambridge University Library
Add. MS 9276 64, 65, 82, 84-6, 214-15
MS Dd. 3. 8688 n. 28, 215-16
MS Dd. 6.43148 n. 6
MS Dd. 9. 2279, 216
MS Ee. 2. 32216-17
MS Ee. 4.18217
MS Ii. 5. 988 n. 28
MS Kk. 1. 3128 n. 39, 277-8
MS Mm. 6. 63218
Hengrave Hall MSS, 82 (4)-83 (1) 69 n. 12, 71
Gonville and Caius College
MS 195 67 n. 6
Magdalene College, Pepys Library
No. 1774 69 n.9
No. 2099 224, 272 n. 9
No. 2191 215
St John's College
MS L. 22 (James 374) 67 n. 6

CANTERBURY
Canterbury Cathedral
U210/2/2 38-57

CHESTER
Cheshire Record Office
DDX 255 88 n. 26
DLT/B8 124 n. 31, 278

CHICHESTER
West Sussex Record Office
Goodwood MS 1431/23, 29-3030 n. 90

COLCHESTER
Essex Record Office
D/DRg 3/3 82 n. 22, 88 n. 28
D/DRg 3/4 89 n. 29, 263

IPSWICH
Suffolk Record Office
HA 93/2/3174 3 n. 8
HA 93/10/125 72 n. 14

LEICESTER
Leicestershire Record Office
DG. 7/Lit.2 279

LINCOLN
Lincolnshire Archives Office
Anc 15/B/4 29 n. 87

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