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Cambridge, University Library, MS Kk.4.24 (B)

By Siegfried Wenzel

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This manuscript, of the early fifteenth century, presents a number of features that throw some light on how a sermon collection was made and actually utilized in the preaching in this period. I have examined these features in greater detail elsewhere, so that it will suffice here only to list them. The volume contains two separate and very different series of sermons: a unique copy of the Dominican Bromyard's Exhortationes and a random collection of ninety-three sermons, perhaps of Franciscan origin. The two series were copied into this volume by a single hand and provided with an index, all of which would make this a “mixed” collection. Other indications, especially in the numbering of quires and folios, allow us further to reconstruct the volume's genesis. In addition, a number of sermons are accompanied by marginal annotations, most of them erased but decipherable under ultraviolet light, that name some twenty villages and hamlets in southwestern Bedfordshire and eastern Buckinghamshire, around modern Leighton Buzzard. These annotations evidently form a kind of record of the localities in which the respective sermons were preached, though in what years and by whom we do not know. That the sermons in the second collection are close to actual preaching is further shown in such remarks as, “I firmly believe that from the beginning of the year until now you have not had any preacher with such a blank soul as I am” or “You were more fully told of these things in Lent.”

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For references to the collections with sigla (A, B/2, C, etc.), see the Index
Aberdeen, University Library, MS 154: sermons by Thomas de Lisle, 140, 148, 223, 256, 257, 261, 262, 517, 651, 655
Arras, Bibliothèque de la Ville, MS 254: collection Z
Cambridge, Corpus Christi College, MS 392: collection K
Cambridge, Corpus Christi College MS 423: sermons, 316, 387
Cambridge, Corpus Christi College, Gonville and Caius College, MS 52: priest's manual, including Speculum iuniorum, 218, 219, 221
Cambridge, Corpus Christi College MS 246: Jacobus de Voragine, sermons, 217
Cambridge, Corpus Christi College MS 334: works by Waldeby and collection CA; see also 41, 99, 172, 395, 413, 420
Cambridge, Corpus Christi College MS 356: collection C
Cambridge, Corpus Christi College, Jesus College, MS 13: collection J
Cambridge, Corpus Christi College, Pembroke College, MS 199: collection P1
Cambridge, Corpus Christi College MS 200: sermons, many shared with collection U, 8, 212–214, 598
Cambridge, Corpus Christi College MS 257: collection P2
Cambridge, Corpus Christi College, Peterhouse, MS 210: Holcot, sermons, 127, 130, 565, 638, 640
Cambridge, Corpus Christi College, St. John's College, MS 133: sermons and narrationes, some shared with Ross sermons, 173, 174
Cambridge, Corpus Christi College, Sidney Sussex College, MS 74: English sermons, 465
Cambridge, Corpus Christi College, Trinity College, MS B.1.45: miscellany, Latin and English, including sermons shared with Oxford, Merton College MS 112, 223
Cambridge, Corpus Christi College, University Library, MS Ee.6.27: miscellany, containing Chambron's sermon Quare rubrum, 126, 183, 412, 565, 595, 668
Cambridge, Corpus Christi College MS Gg.6.16: Middle English sermons, 65
Cambridge, Corpus Christi College MS Gg.6.26: collection G
Cambridge, Corpus Christi College MS Iⅰ.1.26: Pecham, Collationes dominicales, etc., 222
Cambridge, Corpus Christi College MS Iⅰ.3.8: collection A
Cambridge, Corpus Christi College MS Iⅰ.6.3: sermons by Michael of Hungary and others, 99
Cambridge, Corpus Christi College MS Kk.4.24: Bromyard's Exhortaciones and collection B/2
Cambridge, Corpus Christi College MS Additional 2943: Cistercian sermons, 284
Cambridge, Corpus Christi College MS Additional 3571: Woodford, commentary on Matthew, 114
Cambridge, Corpus Christi College MS Additional 5943: priest's notebook, 218
Charleville, Bibliothèque Municipale, MS 31: Cistercian sermons, 39
Dublin, Trinity College, MS 277: sermon Amore langueo, 87, 122, 416, 593, 598
Durham, Cathedral Library, MS Hunter 15: Peter Comestor and English works, 172
Gloucester, Cathedral Library, MS 22: sermons in English, including Felton, 57
Hereford, Cathedral Library, MS O.ⅲ.5: collection E
Hereford, Cathedral Library MS P. ⅰ.9: devotional works, 131
Lincoln, Cathedral Chapter Library, MS 10: collection RE, 357
Lincoln, Cathedral Chapter Library MS 68: materials for preachers including exempla, sermons, Robert Basevorn, etc., 249, 325
Lincoln, Cathedral Chapter Library MS 204: collection FE
London, British Library, MS Additional 9066: Gesta Romanorum in English, 243
London, British Library MS Additional 37677: English sermons, including some by Alkerton and Wimbledon, 606
London, British Library MS Additional 38818: Basevorn, Forma praedicandi and sermons, 36, 149, 220, 466, 636, 637, 651
London, British Library MS Arundel 47: De lingua, etc., 55
London, British Library MS Arundel 200: De lingua, etc., 55
London, British Library MS Cotton Titus C.ⅸ: monastic documents including a chapter sermon, 285
London, British Library MS Harley 52: Church legislation, including what to ask at visitation, 258
London, British Library MS Harley 206: Holcot, Convertimini, etc., 222
London, British Library MS Harley 331: collection H
London, British Library MS Harley 586: Simon de Hinton, Summa iuniorum, 221
London, British Library MS Harley 755: sermons by Jacobus de Voragine and others, 217
London, British Library MS Harley 1615: scattered Latin sermons, including some by a Wycliffite author, 4, 462, 528
London, British Library MS Harley 2247: Middle English sermons, 65
London, British Library MS Harley 2345: thirteenth-century sermons, including Bis in anno, 62, 63, 174, 222
London, British Library MS Harley 2346: priest's notebook, 218
London, British Library MS Harley 2385: Dominican notebook, 218, 453
London, British Library MS Harley 2388: collection I
London, British Library MS Harley 2977: Bury St. Edmunds, Rituale, 283
London, British Library MS Harley 3126: cycles of homilies, 358
London, British Library MS Harley 3130: theological dictionary, sermons, etc., 221
London, British Library MS Harley 3760: collection BR
London, British Library MS Harley 3838: John Bale's notes on Carmelite authors, 292
London, British Library MS Harley 4894: collection RY
London, British Library MS Harley 5275: De lingua, etc., 55
London, British Library MS Harley 5369: Holcot, Convertimini, etc., 223
London, British Library MS Harley 5396: Holcot, Convertimini, etc., 223
London, British Library MS Harley 5398: academic sermons, including sermones examinatorii, 153, 292, 299, 316
London, British Library MS Harley 7322: exempla, sermons, 219, 222
London, British Library MS Royal 5.C.ⅲ: theological miscellany, 17
London, British Library MS Royal 6.E.ⅴ: Grosseteste, Dicta and sermons, 19
London, British Library MS Royal 7.A.ⅷ: sermons by Richard Straddell, abbot of Dore, OCist. (+1346) and others, c. 1300, 284, 569
London, British Library MS Royal 7.B.ⅰ: sermons by Bertrand de la Tour, 292
London, British Library MS Royal 7.E.ⅳ: Bromyard, Summa predicancium, 29, 261, 324
London, British Library MS Royal 8.A.ⅴ: sermons by Richard Straddell, 284
London, British Library MS Royal 8.C.ⅱ: William of Pagula, Oculus sacerdotis, 233, 235, 238, 239, 352
London, British Library MS Royal 10.C.ⅹ: Bromyard, Tractatus iuris civilis, 137
London, British Library MS Royal 18.B.ⅹⅹⅲ: Middle English sermons edited by Ross, Latin sermons, 25, 173, 214
London, British Library MS Royal 18.B.ⅹⅹⅴ: Middle English sermons, 65
London, British Library, Lambeth Palace, MS 352: priest's notebook, including sermon Dilexit nos, 111, 222
London, British Library, St. Paul's Cathedral Library, MS 8: collection Y
London, British Library, University of London, MS 657: collection U
Longleat House, MS 4: English sermons, 358
Manchester, John Rylands Library, MS 367: collection M
Monte Cassino, MS 213: Franciscan sermons, 140, 506
Oxford, Balliol College, MS 149: collection S
Oxford, Balliol College MS 219: miscellany, containing Confitemini, 80, 144, 423, 521
Oxford, Balliol College, Bodleian Library, MS Auct. D. 4.18: theological works, 38
Oxford, Balliol College MS Auct. F. infra 1.2: collection F
Oxford, Balliol College MS Auct. F. infra 1.3: sermons thought to be Carmelite, 292
Oxford, Balliol College MS Barlow 24: collection N
Oxford, Balliol College MS Bodley 4: thirteenth-century sermons, 39, 262, 476
Oxford, Balliol College MS Bodley 50: sermon notes and sermons by Gorran, 2, 223
Oxford, Balliol College MS Bodley 110: theological works including a Latin Festial, 62
Oxford, Balliol College MS Bodley 123: Gesta Romanorum, and sermons also found in Royal 173, 214
Oxford, Balliol College MS Bodley 144: collection FI
Oxford, Balliol College MS Bodley 440: handbook for priests, 62, 63
Oxford, Balliol College MS Bodley 448: Floretum, 259
Oxford, Balliol College MS Bodley 649: collection O
Oxford, Balliol College MS Bodley 677: John of Limoges, aid for making visitation sermons, 260
Oxford, Balliol College MS Bodley 687: Fasciculus morum, one sermon by Felton, Waldeby's Novum opus dominicale, 41, 57, 481
Oxford, Balliol College MS Bodley 692: notebook of John Lawerne, 280, 299, 301
Oxford, Balliol College MS Bodley 830: Grosseteste, sermons and Dicta, 386
Oxford, Balliol College MS Bodley 857: pastoral manual including sermons by Aquavilla, Grosseteste, Confitemini, 79, 83, 144, 218, 317, 353, 395, 423–424, 521, 555, 556, 559
Oxford, Balliol College MS Bodley 859: theological miscellany including Bromyard's Distincciones and other sermons, 128, 137–138, 294, 323, 395, 424–426, 570
Oxford, Balliol College MS e Musaeo 86: determinations by John Hornesby and others, 242, 292
Oxford, Balliol College MS Greaves 54: English sermons, 61
Oxford, Balliol College MS Hatton 101: Continental sermons, 499
Oxford, Balliol College MS Lat. th. d. 1: collection Q
Oxford, Balliol College MS Laud misc. 77: collection WA
Oxford, Balliol College MS Laud misc. 200: collection L
Oxford, Balliol College MS Laud misc. 511: Dominican sermons thirteenth century, 161
Oxford, Balliol College MS Laud misc. 635: Repingdon's sermons, 357
Oxford, Balliol College MS Laud misc. 706: collection R
Oxford, Balliol College MS Rawlinson A.362: Speculum sacerdotale in Latin, saints sermons, 62
Oxford, Balliol College, Christ Church, MS 91: sermons, including Chambron's Christus passus est, 126, 129–130, 194, 395, 502, 593, 608, 668
Oxford, Balliol College, Corpus Christi College, MS 54: collection RE
Oxford, Balliol College, Lincoln College, MS 88: Jacobus de Voragine, Sermones de sanctis et de festis, 2
Oxford, Balliol College MS 116: sermons by Radulfus Ardens, including prologue, 197
Oxford, Balliol College, Magdalen College, MS 38: academic speeches, 301
Oxford, Balliol College MS 57: Grosseteste, commentary on Galatians, 101
Oxford, Balliol College MS 60: sermons by William Peraldus and moralized exempla, 100, 101, 102
Oxford, Balliol College MS 61: homiliary, 101
Oxford, Balliol College MS 67: Ancrene Riwle in Latin, 101
Oxford, Balliol College MS 77: St. Bridget, Revelations, 101
Oxford, Balliol College MS 79: collection DY
Oxford, Balliol College MS 91: William Peraldus, sermons on the Sunday gospels, 101
Oxford, Balliol College MS 93: collection T
Oxford, Balliol College MS 96: collection CO
Oxford, Balliol College MS 112: some scattered sermons, including Amice ascende superius, perhaps by Alkerton, 144, 161, 170, 183, 465, 523, 671
Oxford, Balliol College MS 113: commentary on the Psalms, 101
Oxford, Balliol College MS 141: treatises on the solitary life, 101
Oxford, Balliol College MS 145: Nicholas de Byard, Distinctiones, 102
Oxford, Balliol College MS 150: biblical exegesis, patristic, 101
Oxford, Balliol College MS 154: Thomas Docking, biblical commentary, 101, 113
Oxford, Balliol College MS 156: lectures on the gospels called homiliary, 31, 101, 112, 358
Oxford, Balliol College MS 176: Januensis, sermons de sanctis, 101
Oxford, Balliol College MS 177: Haymo of Halberstadt, biblical commentary, 101
Oxford, Balliol College MS 182: astronomical works, 101
Oxford, Balliol College MS 188: dictionary, 101
Oxford, Balliol College, Merton College, MS 112: theological works and sermons, some shared with Cambridge, Trinity College, MS 223
Oxford, Balliol College MS 216: sermons by Simon of Boraston, 2, 147, 631
Oxford, Balliol College MS 217: William of Pagula, Speculum prelatorum, with sermons, 219, 238, 259
Oxford, Balliol College MS 236: treatises and sermons by Francis of Meyronnes and others, 80, 215, 379, 540– 545
Oxford, Balliol College MS 248: sermons collected by John Sheppey, 26, 28, 87, 140, 177, 261, 517, 597
Oxford, Balliol College, New College, MS 88: Dominican sermons, 299
Oxford, Balliol College MS 92: collection SH
Oxford, Balliol College MS 192: notebook of Robert Heete, 300
Oxford, Balliol College MS 305: sermons by Januensis, Felton, and Confitemini, 80, 144, 217, 423, 521
Oxford, Balliol College, Oriel College, MS 10: Felton's sermons, 479
Oxford, Balliol College MS 15: academic sermons and quaestiones by FitzRalph and Holcot, 32, 484, 494
Oxford, Balliol College, St. John's College, MS 77: theological miscellany, 101, 111
Oxford, Balliol College, Trinity College, MS 7: pastoral manual, 353
Oxford, Balliol College MS 42: collection Ⅴ
Padua, Biblioteca Antoniana, MS 515: sermons, including several by Holcot and by Chambron, 125, 126–128, 131, 299, 327, 363, 395, 425, 565, 572, 595, 630, 638
Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, MS lat. 3804: material from Carolingian homiliaries, 173
Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale MS lat. 18195: Franciscan sermons, 141, 147, 149, 633, 634, 637, 638
Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, Bibliothèque de l'Université, MS 790: sermons by different authors including Rimington, 161, 462, 528
Philadelphia, University of Pennsylvania, MS Lat. 35: collection FE, 54, 481, 483
Siena, Biblioteca Comunale, MS F.ⅸ.15: anonymous sermons, 211, 496, 497, 498
Toulouse, Bibliothèque Municipale, MS 340: anonymous sermons, France, 496, 497, 498
Toulouse, Bibliothèque Municipale MS 342: collection D
Valencia, Biblioteca del Cabildo, MS 284: university sermons from Paris, 39, 475
Vatican, MS Borghese 166: Cistercian sermons, 39
Vatican MS Vat. lat. 11444: university sermons from Paris, 39
Winchester, Winchester College, MS 11: Odo of Cheriton, sermons, 217
Worcester, Cathedral Library, MS F.10: collection W
Vatican MS F.126: collection Ⅹ
Vatican MS Q.46: thirteenth-century university sermons, 27, 38, 477–478
Vatican MS Q.56: lectures on Luke and collations, 152, 610, 620, 622
Vatican MS Q.63: thirteenth-century sermons, 147, 149, 631

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