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Manuscripts

Aberystwyth

National Library of Wales, MS Peniarth 356B

Cambridge

Corpus Christi College, MS 41

Corpus Christi College, MS 140

St John’s College, MS E.34 (137)

Trinity College, MS B.14.39

University Library, MS Ff.1.5

Glasgow

University Library, Hunter MS 197

London

British Library, Additional MS 29729

British Library, Arundel MS 57

British Library, Cotton Nero MS D. iv

British Library, Cotton Otho MS C.i(1)

British Library, Cotton Vitellius MS E.xviii

British Library, Harley MS 1205

British Library, Lansdowne MS 348

British Library, Royal MS 17 A.xxvii

Wellcome Collection, MS 405

Manchester

John Rylands Library, MS Eng. 51

New York

Pierpont Morgan Library, Glazier MS 39

Oxford

Bodleian Library, MS Arch. Selden. B.10

Bodleian Library, MS Fairfax 16

Bodleian Library, MS. Gough Liturg. 19

Bodleian Library, MS Junius 121

Bodleian Library, MS Rawl. Poet. 138

Philadelphia

University of Pennsylvania Library, MS Codex 196

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