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51. England: end of the 13th century. Gradual, or musical services for the Mass, in Latin; four-line stave. [Add. MS. 12,194.]

52. England: 13th century. Breviary, in Latin; four-line stave. [Harl. MS. 5284.]

53. England: about A.D. 1300. Breviary, in Latin; four-line stave. Belonged, in 1521, to Hugh Whitehead, Prior of Durham. [Harl. MS. 4664.]

54. France: 13th century. "Liber de natura cantuum et forma": a treatise on music, in Latin. Examples on four-line stave. [Arund. MS. 25.]

55. France: 13th century. Missal, in Latin, of the use of the diocese of Evreux; four-line stave. [Add. MS. 26,655.]

56. France: about A.D. 1300. "Dicta" of Philippe de Grève, Chancellor of Paris: hymns, French songs, etc., set to music by Keignaut, Castellain de Coucy, Colard le Bouteillier, and others; five-line stave. [Eg. MS. 274.]

57. France: 14th century. Antiphonal, or musical services for the canonical hours, in Latin; four-line stave. [Add. MS. 30,072.]

58. Switzerland: 14th century. Breviary, in Latin; four-line stave. Belonged to the church of Bagnes, in the diocese of Sion, in Valais. [Add. MS. 15,413.]

59. Italy: A.D. 1400. Breviary, in Latin, of the use of the church of Ferrara; four-line stave. [Add. MS. 28,025.]

60. Netherlands: 13th century. Gradual, or musical services for the Mass, in Latin; four-line stave. [Add. MS. 26,884.]

61. Germany: 15th century. Gradual, or musical services for the Mass, in Latin; four-line stave. [Add. MS. 24,687.]

62. France: 12th-13th century. Proses, etc., in Latin; four-line stave. Belonged to Cîteaux Abbey. [Add. MS. 15,722.]

63. France: before A.D. 1234. "Danielis ludus": miracle-play on the history of Daniel, in Latin, acted in the cathedral church of Beauvais; set to music: four-line stave. [Eg. MS. 2615.]

64. England: late 12th century. Hymn, in Latin; two four-line staves, scored. Belonged to Thame Abbey, co. Oxon. [Burn. MS. 357.]