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Et pra;terea Omeliarius, in corio cervino; qui sic incipit, Erunt aigna.

Et Martilogium, cum textu quatuor Evangeliorum, quod cantor habet.

De dono Roberti secundi,1 bonae memoriae, episcopi; Additions

T> . . f, , in time of

Kegistrum Greg.

Josephus.

Psalterium juxta glosaturam Gilleberti, sine textu.

Sententiae magistri Petri Lumbardi.

Duo volumina Sermonum. Quorum unum sic incipit, Vidit Jhems kominem,2 et cetera; et aliud sic, Homo quidam peregre.

Augustinus super Quinquagenam tertiam.

[Breviarium 8 suum, in duobus voluminibus partitum; quod Martinus thesaurarius, nepos ejus, adhuc tenet.]

Ecclesiastica Hystoria Eusebii.

Unum Collectarium valde bonum, ad opus magni altaris. Quod est in custodia thesaurarii, cum aliis Collectariis.

Hamo, frombishop Chesney.

Liber4 Aristotelis; ex dono .... Guarini de Hibaldestow, pro vi. (bo1.'p).

Liber de Sermonibus Augustini; (qui sic incipit), Propitia divinitate.

Beda5 super Cantica Canticorum; (qui sic incipit), Erant tin.

Later additions.

1 Robert de Chesney, bishop 1148-1166.

2 This seems to be the MS. vol. of sermons, C. 3, 6, still in the cathedral library. At least this volume so begins, and is in a 12th century

3 This entry has a line of erasure drawn through it It would seem as if the Breviary never found its way into the library, the treasurer Martin still retaining it

4 These entries are in the margin of the second column, alongside the

above list of books given by Robert
de Chesney. They are in a later
hand: they are frayed and illegible
at the edge of the leaf. I have
ventured to restore, within brackets,
some of the lost words, about which
there seems no doubt.

4 This is nowB. 2, 7 of the library.
In this volume Bede on the Song
of Solomon begins on the second
page of fol. 2. Before which, f. 1-
f. 2 b, is a homily on the six water-
pots at the marriage in ('ana, which
begins with "Erant ibi."

Other additions in Hamo's time.

Origines 1 super Cantica Canticorum; qui sic (incipit), Epitalamium.

Ieronimus contra Pelagianos et Ruffinum; qui (sic incipit), Non audaater.

Duodocim2 Omelia; Gregorii super Ezechielem; (quas sic) incip', Dilectissimo.

Septem volumina magistri Radulphi Nigri.
Octavum est op Abbatem de Toren ....

De dono Hugonis 3 archidiaconi Leecestriae; Decreta
Graciani, et Egesippus.

De dono Jordani thesaurarii; Hamo super epistolas
Pauli.

De dono magistri Reginaldi; Mathaeus glosatus.
De dono Rogeri4 praecentoris; Liber Scintillarum,
cum Solino de Mirabilibus Mundi, in unci volumine.
De dono Hamonis cancellarii;

Psalterium juxta glosaturam Gilleberti Porrete,5 simul cum textu, et cum rubea coopertura.

Sermones6 in ecclesia per totum annum legendi.

Et Martilogium novum, continens Regulam sancti Augustini, cum expositione ejusdem Regulae, cum aliis pluribus scriptis.

De dono magistri Radulfi medici;7 Liber Regum glosatus; Epistolae Pauli glosatae.

De dono David8 archidiaconi; Psalterium tripartitum, juxta glosaturam magistri Petri.

De dono magistri Petri de Melida;9

Ysaias glosatus, in uno volumine.

Paralippomcnon, Esdras, Neemias, in uno volumine.

1 This is probably C. 4, 9 of the library.

2 Probably A. 3,16 of the library.

3 Hugh occurs as archdeacon of Leicester in 1151: Hardy's Lc Neve.

4 A Roger held the office of precentor about 1148: Hardy's Le Neve.

5 GUbertus Porretanus, bishop of Poitiers, 1141-1154.

6 See the Obituary supra, June 6. 'Radulphus medicus is a 'witness

to the charter of Robert de Chesney, given by John de Schalby (Appendix E. infra) under Robert Bloet.

8 See supra, 154, n. 2.

9 See the Obituary supra, Oct. 3.

Tobias, Judith, Hester, Liber Sapientiae, Ecclesiasticum, in uno volumine.

Qui vero de cantu sunt, sub custodia sunt praB- Books" de centoris; sicut Antiphonaria, Gradalia, Troparia, et JSJJJ^" "J omnes libri de cantu. precentor.

De dono 1 magistri Roberti Blund; Psalterium glosatum, et Epistola; Pauli glosatoe.

De dono Hugonis 2 canonici; Liber Poenitentias.

De dono Ricardi3 prracentoris; xii. Prophetas glosati.

De dono4 Galteri Grossi; Sententiaj Lumbardi.

De dono Alexandri archidiaconi; Epistolce Pauli glosatas.

Later additions.

1 These entries are an after addition, in the bottom margin of the second column.

- See the Obituary supra, June 17.

2 Richard occurs as precentor in 1163 (Reg. Antiquiss., f. 155). In J Hardy's Le Neve he is called I

Richard d'Aumery, and is said to
have been precentor in 1156 and
1173.

4 The two last entries are in a
different, and later hand than that
of the others. There was an
Alexander, archdeacon of Bedford
in 1217.

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APPENDIX D.

The Leqenda Of St. Hugh, As To Be Read, Or Partly, On The Day Of His Obit.

Early Sanctae recordationis1 Hugo, quondam Lincolniensis

Hugh? °f episcopus, de remotis finibus imperialis Burgundiae non procul ab Alpibus extitit oriundus; nobilitate generis satis clarua, et originem ducens a parentibus ordinis militarist Qui ab annis teneris studio literarum addictus, cum decennium3 attigisset, monasterio traditus est disciplinis regularibus imbuendus. Factus autem canonicus regularis, adeo tam in scientia quam in vita profecit, quod cum sedecim esset annorum 4 ad regimen cujusdam cellae vocatus, ibi suscepit officium prioratus. Domus vero ipsius regimini deputata tempore administrationis ipsiuss tam in temporalibus quam in spiritualibus floruit eleganter. Domare tamen volens amplius carnem suam, et ejus motus lubricos fortius cohibere, elapso tempore modico, ad ordinem Cartusiensem, Domino disponent*, transivit. Ibi, Domino misericord iter ejus opera dirigente, claruit excellenter titulis merito

1 recordations] So T., B.: L. has, by mistake, " reconciliacionis." In H. the commencement is erased.

This first section Sancta .... vocatur, forms the first Lection in T.

1 ordinis mUitaris] So also H. B.: militaribus, T.

s decennium] See supra, 89, n. I.

4 sedecim esset annorum} So also H. T. B. Wendover has "post "circulum sedecim annorum," which perhaps gives the true date of Hugh's appointment to the cell.

I See supra (90, n. 2), and Mag. Vit.

j (19, n. 3).

I 6 ipsius] So also U.; ejus, T.

rum et incremento virtutum. Et quia cunctis, pnesertim extraneis,1 se benigimm et affabilem exhibebat, religionis gravitate servata, cum tempus modicum2 exfluxisset, domus curator est factus; quoniam apud eos susceptor hospitum et negotiorum domus procurator sic vocatur.

Interea8 rex Angliae illustris Henricus domum His coming quandam Cartusiensis ordinis construxit in Anglia, i°nd.Eng cujus promotionem ardenter optabat. Unde vix precibus multiplicatis optinuit, ut ad regimen domus illius curator Cartusiae vocaretur. Qui, cum officium illud fuisset adeptus, sanctitatem priorem de die in diem novis studuit meritis ampliare. Unde regis gratiam et favorem,4 qui frequenter ejus colloquio5 fruebatur, sanctae conversations merito non mediocriter optinebat.

Capitulum secundum.

Quoniam igitur idem rex 6 Lincolniensem ecclesiam He is made per multos annos in manu sua tenuerat, pastoris solatio Lincoln^ destitutam, redimere cupiens, sicut creditur, illud malum,7 sicut honeste potuit, procuravit ut per electionem canonicam vir supradictus ad regimen illius ecclesite vocaretur. Quo facto, cum ei fuisset8 electio nunciata, respondit quod pontificalis officii non susciperet dignitatem, nisi prioris9 Cartusiae praevenisset assensus. Qui cum fuisset optentus, non sine gravi labore sollempnium nunciorum, et nunciatus10 ei fuisset, dixit

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