BEINECKE RARE BOOK AND MANUSCRIPT LIBRARY
THE JAMES MARSHALL AND MARIE-LOUISE OSBORN
MEDIEVAL AND RENAISSANCE MANUSCRIPTS
H. N. (possibly Henrick Niclaes), Saluted oute of the Love; "A
discription of the upright Liefe and conversation of the Just, which
walk fourthe in the observation of all the precepts & Commandementes of
their God, trulie & faithfullie." England; June 27, 1586.
f. 1r a prayer
ff. 1r-10r Saluted oute of ye Love
ff. 10r-64r commentary on the Ten Commandments.
Paper. ii + 64 ff. 146 x 98 mm. 1 column, 20 lines.
I-IV (16). Catchwords on every page.
English cursive bookhand. Contemporary vellum binding.
Purchased from Percy J. Dobell in 1954. Bequest of James M. Osborn
Comment: The end is signed "H N In Junio Anno Domini 1586 vicesimo
septime die mensis [JB]." H. N. might be Henrick Niclaes (Henry
Nicholas), the founder of the Family of Love. All of his works were
signed H. N. and many were translated into English from Low German.
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