Digital Scriptorium
New York, Fordham University, Walsh Library, Archives and Special Collections,  MS 10
Description: ff. 10 - Rebound in modern cardboard folder, last leaf glued to cover at the threading; sewn. - Gift of Joseph Hopkins to Fordham University,1961.
Notes:-The binding has been sewn along the center bifolia in three different sections. Only the top and center threads remain.
Acknowledgments: - This description kindly prepared by Elizabeth Anne Keohane.
Number of Parts: 1 - Number of Images Available: 0
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Language: Latin Country: Germany Century: 16th

Part 1: ff. 1r - 10v
Description: - Paper - Bull head with cross and snake; similar to Briquet 15400 - 197 x 142 mm - 1 column, line count varies. After f. 3v, there is a blank folio, and then 6 more folios with text. Margins are ruled in ink, lines are not ruled. Ink is brown. F. 10v has been used later for pen trials.
Country: GermanyCardinal point: eastern
Region: SaxonyCity: Dresden
Assigned Date: s. XVI1Searchable Date Range: 1500 - 1550
Dated by scribe: NoInscribed Date:
Document: NoNumber of Scribes: 2
Script: Text: Secretary; Headings: Humanistic
Other Decoration: Spaces reserved for large initials. A large initial O has been lightly sketched on f. 3r.
Notes: Latin
Number of Texts: 3

Text 1: ff. 1r-3v
Author: Andres de Escobar, Bishop
Title: Modus Confitendi
Title: Modus confitendi optimus et compendiosus sive generalis confessio edita per reverendum in christo patrem et dominum andream hispanum
Language(s): Latin
Incipit: Quoniam itaque omni confitenti necessarium est generalem confessionem dicere et facere cuius tanta virtus est
Notes: See GW 1818. 

Text 2: ff. 4r-10r
Title: Sequuntur de confessione specialia quedam et primo de penitencia Confessional Manual
Language(s): Latin
Incipit: Penitencia secundum ambrosium est mala prime ditata plangere et plancta <?> non committere
Notes: Format is similar to John Myrck's Instructions for Parish Priests. 

Text 3: f. 10v
Title: Verses
Language(s): Latin
Incipit: Trium patite Iubilate, Psalmos vestros dekantantate, Christo nostro domino
Notes: Text is written later than the rest of the manuscript.