BEINECKE RARE BOOK AND MANUSCRIPT LIBRARY
THE JAMES MARSHALL AND MARIE-LOUISE OSBORN
MEDIEVAL AND RENAISSANCE MANUSCRIPTS
Modus Tenendi Parliamentum. England; sixteenth and seventeenth
century. Paper; iii + 64 + i ff.; 305-322 x 200-210 mm.; 1 column.
I (2), II (10), III-IV (2), V (16), VI (14), VII (2). Catchwords
on every page.
Cursive and italic scripts of varying dates. Headings in large
ornate script. Bound in Middle Hill boards with a vellum spine.
Sir Thomas Phillipps MS. 6832.
Comments: This is a collection of precedents for the summoning,
dissolving, and other proceedings in the High Court of Parliament.
Several of these items are in the hand of Robert Bowyer, clerk of
Parliament from 1610-1622. See also fa23.
To request this material for use in the Beinecke reading room, please go to Orbis, the Yale University Library catalog.