Hearne's text is taken from Horae printed by Wynkyn de Worde 1510, f. cli a, and is as follows.
These, with the exception of the last, which is not quite so common, occur in most Horae.
Horae Paulinae—mutual confirmations of Acts and Epistles; better, though one-sided.
They were used again, with some additions, in a Horae completed 20 October, 1531.
This form appears peculiar to the neighbourhood of the Rhone, Horae Ferales.
A Horae of May 8, 1492, substitutes floral borders for these little pictures.
The Horae, or Books of Hours, were the latest development of the service-books used at an earlier period.
Horae (Ho′rae) were the daughters of Sol and Chronis, the goddesses of the seasons.
There are more than two species of this curious genus, first published in the Horae Entomologicae.
There is thus, as in all editions, a great deal in the volume besides the Horae, from which the book takes its name.