Notes in English and Latin, apparently for a course of sermons for Sundays throughout the year, by Anthony Higgin

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  • Reference
      GB 206 Ripon Cathedral MS 38
  • Dates of Creation
      ca.1587
  • Name of Creator
  • Language of Material
      English Latin Greek
  • Physical Description
      1 vol. (114 ff.) Modern pencil foliation. Ff.19-20, 24, 37-44, 47, 54-5, 59, 62-9, 79, 81, 92-8, 102-112 are blank. F.1r is inscribed "Thomas wirrall". Ff.101 to the end are damaged by damp. Rebound in boards ca.1820.
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Scope and Content

Contains: (1) f.6: in festo Matthaei, Matth.9.9; (2) f.8: Math.9.9. Euangelium on Mathews day 1587; (3) f.11: Dominica 1a post trinit. Luke 16 Dives and Lazarus; (4) f.12: Dominica 2a post trinit. Luke 14; (5) f.18: Sunday 15.Epist. Gal.6.14; (6) f.22: Dominica 17; (7) f.45: in festo Andreas Ro.10.9; (8) f.48: Dominica 1a post pasch.; (9) f.58: Dominica 2a adventus etc.; (10) f.75: Stephani festo

Administrative / Biographical History

Anthony Higgin (d. 1624), the son of Thomas Higgin of Manchester, was educated at St John's College, Cambridge, where he became a Fellow in 1574. In 1583 he became rector of Kirk Deighton near Wetherby in Yorkshire, and in 1608 he was appointed Dean of Ripon an appointment he held until his death. He collected books extensively throughout his life, and left them to the church at Ripon when he died. The surviving part of his collection, which numbers about 1250 volumes, is now preserved in Leeds University Library as part of Ripon Cathedral Library.

Conditions Governing Access

Access is unrestricted

Acquisition Information

From the library of Anthony Higgin, Dean of Ripon (1608-1624)

Note

In English and Latin, with a few phrases in Greek

Additional Information

Formerly shelved as XVIII.G.24