This prymer of Salisbury vse is se tout [sic] a long withhoutonyser chyng [sic], . with many prayers, [and] goodly pyctures in the kalender, in the matins of our lady in the houres of the crosse, in thes, vij. psalmes and in the dyryge.
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This finely illuminated manuscript was acquired in the early 17th century by Sir Thomas Lucy III and his wife Alice who were both book-lovers. It is a Book of Hours, a set of devotional texts used for saying prayers throughout the day.
 p. . ill.. (woodcuts) . 8vo.. Fairfax-Lucy. - Previous shelfmark: I.5.4.
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