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date: 23 October 2019

(p. xi) List of Figures

(p. xi) List of Figures

  1. 2.1 University College Oxford MS 163, fol. 78v, showing a reading on c.2 of Westminster 6. Reproduced by kind permission of The Master and Fellows of University College, Oxford. 43

  2. 2.2 Cambridge University Library MS Ee.5.22, fol. 119. Reproduced by kind permission of the Syndics of Cambridge University Library. 44

  3. 2.3 Newcastle Manuscript, fol. 92v. Reproduced by kind permission of Northwestern University. 45

  4. 7.1 Guido Pancirolus, ‘Illustris Quaestoris’, Notitae utraque dignitatum (Lugudini: Gabiano, 1608) fol. 46v. Reproduced by kind permission of Peter Goodrich. 149

  5. 7.2 John Selden, Jani Anglorum facies altera (London: Helme, 1610). Reproduced by kind permission of Peter Goodrich. 150

  6. 7.3 Pancirolus, ‘Divina providentia’, Notitae utraque dignitatum. 153

  7. 7.4 Pancirolus, ‘Notitia comes domesticorum’, Notitae utraque dignitatum. 154

  8. 7.5 Pierre Coustau, ‘In permutationem Diomedis & Glauci’, Pegma cum narrationibus philosophicis (Lyon: Bonhomme, 1555). Reproduced by kind permission of the Rare Book Collection, Lillian Goldman Law Library, Yale Law School. 157

  9. 10.1 Huntington MS 4623, fols 32v–33r, showing poems by Sir Henry Wotton, Francis Davison and John Donne. Reproduced by kind permission of the Huntington Library. 202

  10. 10.2 Huntington MS 4623, showing poem, ‘a new years gift presented to my father and mother by my brother Thomas Calverly’. Reproduced by kind permission of the Huntington Library. 203

  11. 10.3 Huntington MS 4623, showing notes on English laws, here pertaining to felony, and to definitions of principal and accessory, and the making of indictments. Reproduced by kind permission of the Huntington Library. 204

  12. 20.1 Contract, Riddle, Prophecy. 402

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