By Montague Rhodes James, John Willis Clark
M. R. James (1862-1936) is perhaps most sensible remembered as a author of chilling ghost tales, yet he was once an excellent student 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 history. His distinctive descriptive catalogues of manuscripts owned through schools, cathedrals and museums are nonetheless of worth to students at the present time. James' catalogue of the manuscript holdings of Peterhouse, Cambridge, with an essay at the heritage of the varsity library by way of John Willis Clark, used to be first released in 1899. Now reissued, will probably be welcomed via librarians and researchers alike.
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Thome Tractatus eiusdem de esse et essencia 78 Lincolniensis de oculo morali Idem de cessacione legalium 79 Pharetra 8 0 Magister sententiarum 74 75 76 77 81 82 •2 3 4 83 84 s 6 85 86 7 8 87 88 9 89 Concordancie minores 9 0 Concordancie paruissime 9 1 Tabula questionum Henrici de Gandauo 9 2 Quartus sententiarum 93 Pars prime secunde Pars prime partis summe 94 Quaterni quatuor de sermonibus 95 Bokyngham super sententias 96 Excerpciones diuersorum librorum Augustini 97 Liber de oracionibus Anselmi Meditaciones eiusdem Sermo de S.
P. 455. xxxn INTRODUCTION. but at some subsequent period the others have been raised to a height of 11 feet, so as to touch the ceiling. The inserted portion has been cleverly made to correspond in style with the older work, but it may be readily detected by the deal lining. Each bookcase is 7 feet 2 inches long, by 2 feet 2 inches broad; and is divided into two compartments by a broad central pilaster. Professor Willis notes that the names of the books were written in the panels of each of these pilasters, but these lists no longer exist.