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Explicit with initial and another note from St. Martin's.

Page of text with 1-line red and blue initials. Prickings clearly visible. Marginal note.

Text with note of ownership and warning by monastery of St. Martin of Tournai -- "Liber sancti martini tornacii servantii benedictio auferenti maledictio amen." Prickings clearly visible.

Explicit, final note and (last rule line) erased ex libris. 2-line initials with penwork, name of book in red and blue.

Small initials, and marginal note with names of Magi. Name of book in red.

Page of text with rubrics, placemarkers, small initials, content note and catchword.

Opening of text with large initial, rubric, full border design, small initials with penwork, placemarkers, name of book and chapter number in red and blue. Later note and library stamp.

Historiated initials, Hand II, of Joel talking to a group of people. Marginal note in blue ink directs reader to second prologue of Joel at the end, after Interpretations of Hebrew Names.

Page of text with red initial with blue penwork, book name and chapter number in red and blue, and marginal note about Jacob's children.

Opening of text, with large and small initials, rubric, placemarkers, name of book and chapter number in red and blue, note of ownership.

Opening of Genesis with large puzzle initial and elaborate penwork, placemarkers, 1-line initials, book and chapter number in red and blue, marginal note.

Large and small initial, placemarkers and rubrics, marginal note.

Hand 2, with placemarkers and marginal note.

Hand 3, with initial, placemarkers, marginal note, and catchword.

End of main hand; three note hands. Signature of Catesby.

Page of music, note written in at bottom.

Later note of ownership in left margin, "Henery foxe his book."

Middle English marginal note: "As it is often tymes seyn...."

End of hand 1, note hand.

Opening of "De bello Jugurthino." Large gold initial on blue field with white vinestem, capitals. Marginal note.

Opening of text, initials, marginal note.

Catchword, placemarkers, marginal note.

Page of text with note in Flemish.

Bibliographical note.

Marginal note, 3 columns of text, placemarkers.

Text in note hand, with dates.

Final page of volume in note hand, showing dates.

End of interpretation of Hebrew names with note of date.

End of Apocalypse with note of date.

Hand 2, note with date.

Hands 4 and 5; note about date?

Miniature of Christ, rubric, small initial, note of owner A.A. Smets in upper right corner.

Ownership note by early owner, "Debreuse."

End of hand 3, and note hand.

Page with modern note. Marginal note: psalmus.

Opening page of calendar with French note at bottom.

Ownership note of Marye de Cambrye, wife of Quentin de Tolnare (or de Tollnaire) in 1582, with promise to pay reward if the book were returned to her.

Towneley Lectionary [page with note by Wilberforce Eames, 1913]

Hathorne [Hawthorne], William, letter to the Right Honorable [William Morrice, Secretary of State]. Oct. 26, 1666. Copy in unknown hand, note in NH's hand.

Hathorne [Hawthorne], William, letter to the Right Honorable [William Morrice, Secretary of State]. Oct. 26, 1666. Copy in unknown hand, note in NH's hand.

Hathorne [Hawthorne], William, letter to the Right Honorable [William Morrice, Secretary of State]. Oct. 26, 1666. Copy in unknown hand, note in NH's hand.

Hathorne [Hawthorne], William, letter to the Right Honorable [William Morrice, Secretary of State]. Oct. 26, 1666. Copy in unknown hand, note in NH's hand.

Hathorne [Hawthorne], William, letter to the Right Honorable [William Morrice, Secretary of State]. Oct. 26, 1666. Copy in unknown hand, note in NH's hand.

Hathorne [Hawthorne], William, letter to the Right Honorable [William Morrice, Secretary of State]. Oct. 26, 1666. Copy in unknown hand, note in NH's hand.

Hathorne [Hawthorne], William, letter to the Right Honorable [William Morrice, Secretary of State]. Oct. 26, 1666. Copy in unknown hand, note in NH's hand.

Hathorne [Hawthorne], William, letter to the Right Honorable [William Morrice, Secretary of State]. Oct. 26, 1666. Copy in unknown hand, note in NH's hand.

Hathorne [Hawthorne], William, letter to the Right Honorable [William Morrice, Secretary of State]. Oct. 26, 1666. Copy in unknown hand, note in NH's hand.

Hathorne [Hawthorne], William, letter to the Right Honorable [William Morrice, Secretary of State]. Oct. 26, 1666. Copy in unknown hand, note in NH's hand.

Hathorne [Hawthorne], William, letter to the Right Honorable [William Morrice, Secretary of State]. Oct. 26, 1666. Copy in unknown hand, note in NH's hand.

Hathorne [Hawthorne], William, letter to the Right Honorable [William Morrice, Secretary of State]. Oct. 26, 1666. Copy in unknown hand, note in NH's hand.

A new map of the British Isles, shewing their ancient people, cities, and towns of note, in the time of the Romans.

Page of Greek text with small initials, note in lower border.

Prayers in note hand.

Prayers in another note hand.

Explicit of main text, and note hand.

Ownership note by John Peachey, 1785.

Change in hand? Hand 1 to hand 3? Also note pen flourishes in lower border.

Introduction to the note about Laura.

New Jersey bank note

New Jersey bank note

Connecticut bank note. Six shillings

Connecticut bank note. Six shillings

New York bank note. Five shillings and four pence

Franklin, William. Portrait and one shilling and six pence note issued by the colony of New Jersey

Franklin, William. Portrait and one shilling and six pence note issued by the colony of New Jersey

New York bank note. Five shillings and four pence

Beginning of extracts from Strabo. In line above, mark and note of addition. In lower right corner, quire letter and foliation.

New Hampshire. Three pound bank note

New Hampshire. Three pound bank note

Massachusetts Bay. Bank note. One dollar

Rhode Island. Bank note. Two dollars

Rhode Island. Bank note. Two dollars

Massachusetts Bay. Bank note. One dollar

1814, Aug. 1, Promissory note of Joseph C. Yates promising to pay Robert Fulton $300 for stock in Hudson River Steamboat Co.

1814, Aug. 1, Promissory note of Joseph C. Yates promising to pay Robert Fulton $300 for stock in Hudson River Steamboat Co.

Promissory note to Richard Smith

Promissory note to Richard Smith

Promissory note to Richard Smith

Promissory note to Richard Smith

To the editor," letter on the international copyright law, sent to various American newspapers. Holograph. Comprises note by Dickens signed and dated, April 27, 1842, and letters on the subject sent to him 1842

To the editor," letter on the international copyright law, sent to various American newspapers. Holograph. Comprises note by Dickens signed and dated, April 27, 1842, and letters on the subject sent to him 1842

To the editor," letter on the international copyright law, sent to various American newspapers. Holograph. Comprises note by Dickens signed and dated, April 27, 1842, and letters on the subject sent to him 1842

To the editor," letter on the international copyright law, sent to various American newspapers. Holograph. Comprises note by Dickens signed and dated, April 27, 1842, and letters on the subject sent to him 1842

To the editor," letter on the international copyright law, sent to various American newspapers. Holograph. Comprises note by Dickens signed and dated, April 27, 1842, and letters on the subject sent to him 1842

To the editor," letter on the international copyright law, sent to various American newspapers. Holograph. Comprises note by Dickens signed and dated, April 27, 1842, and letters on the subject sent to him 1842

To the editor," letter on the international copyright law, sent to various American newspapers. Holograph. Comprises note by Dickens signed and dated, April 27, 1842, and letters on the subject sent to him 1842

[Sketch of two men's heads with a holograph note on verso]

[Sketch of two men's heads with a holograph note on verso]

Davidson, F. L., [Note from Davidson of Water Valley, offering his slave blacksmith for hire. Top reads "Water Valley August 23, 1861..."]

Promissory note for hire of slave Cely and two children.

Publisher's note from Lieferung 1

Sister Mary Jane's top note

Sister Mary Jane's top note

Sister Mary Jane's top note

Sister Mary Jane's top note

Sister Mary Jane's top note

Sister Mary Jane's top note

Sister Mary Jane's top note

Sister Mary Jane's top note

"Moving" street scene; Patio of "Grand Hotel of the Cave", two dogs, interior court of hotel at Sante Rosalia, Mexico, dining room sign; After the ball, 6 a.m., hotel at Santa Rosalia, Mex.; Types, Mexican family and home near Eddy, N.M., note house drappery and "baby buggy", 1898.