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Addition to Alexander Stuart Watt: Notebooks and Papers

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Reference Code: GBR/0012/MS Add.10431
Content Description Three notebooks containing bibliographical notes on ecology from publications primarily in English and German language, first half of twentieth century. Two photocopies (one black and white and one colour) of a painting titled the Naturalists by L.J. Watson, depicting A.S. Watt. A.G. Tansley, C. Diver and E.B. Ford based on a tour of the Suffolk Heaths with the artist in 1949. The painting was exhibited at the Royal Academy exhibition at Burlington House in 1956 and purchased by the Nature...
Dates: 1949 - 1990
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Additions to Ware's Irish bishops

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Reference Code: GBR/0012/MS Add.8426
Scope and Contents

A transcript of additions to J.H. Todd's copy of Walter Harris' edition of The works of Sir James Ware concerning Ireland, 1745, vols 1-2, 'The bishops'.

Dates: 1869 (Circa)
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Address to Charles, 2nd Viscount Townshend

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Reference Code: GBR/0012/MS Add.6211
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An address by the University of Cambridge to Charles, 2nd Viscount Townshend, thanking him for his part in securing Bishop Moore's library for the University, 1715. There is a draft of Townshend's reply, an account of the expenses of foreign ministers of the British Crown, 1741, and an address from the University of Louvain to the University of Cambridge, 1919.

Dates: 1715-1919
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Adhmar de Saint-Venant: Papers on an article by G.G. Stokes

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Reference Code: GBR/0012/MS Add.8244
Scope and Contents Correspondence and notes, written in 1862, on G.G. Stokes' article 'On the theories of the internal friction of fluids in motion, and of the equilibrium and motion of elastic solids', read to the Cambridge Philosophical Society on 14 April 1845. The volume contains pages 241-414 of the Society's Transactions, vol. VIII, part III (Cambridge University Press, 1847), of which Stokes' article forms pages 287-319. The letters and notes are inserted into the volume next to the article, sections of...
Dates: 1847-1862
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Admiral Dicken: Memoirs and papers

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Reference Code: GBR/0012/MS Add.7351
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The principal part of the collection is comprised of Dicken's detailed hand-written memoirs, accompanied by related documents and photographs. The remaining items are a printed volume on the cruise of the Flying Squadron, 1869-1870, in which Dicken participated; a journal from his service on H.M.S. 'Alexandra' in the Mediterranean, 1883-1884; and assorted papers collected for the memoirs.

Dates: 1834-1937
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Admiral Henry Duncan Grant (1834-1896): Journal when Third Lieutenant on HMS Pearl with the Central American Squadron 1855-1857

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Reference Code: GBR/0012/MS Add.9531
Scope and Contents A daily journal kept on board HMS Pearl, December 1855 - August 1857, 234 pages. The daily journal begins with the ship’s fitting out and victualing at Woolwich and Spithead and later participation in the grand naval review at Portsmouth before Queen Victoria on 23 April 1856, on the occasion of the end of the Crimean War. The journal covers the voyage to Central America, where the Pearl cruised northwards from Panama to the coasts of Costa Rica, Nicaragua and Guatemala and southwards to...
Dates: 1855 - 1857
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Admission, Ashwell, Hertfordshire

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Reference Code: GBR/0012/MS Doc.841
Scope and Contents View of frankpledge and Court Baron of William Laude, Bp. of London, for Manor of Ashwell, before Charles Halloway, esq., 19 Apr. 1631. To the court comes Humphrey Mickley by his attorney John Clark, gent., and by virtue of a surrender...made on 22 Apr. 1629 sought to be admitted to a messuage lying in the west end of Ashwell and was admitted for life with remainder to Alice Pettitt, wife of Andrew Pettitt and their heirs etc...And he is admitted...Signed by Charles Halloway, steward, as...
Dates: 19 Apr. 1631
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Admission, Ashwell, Hertfordshire

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Reference Code: GBR/0012/MS Doc.842
Scope and Contents At a view of frankpledge and Court Baron held by Charles Halloway, Esq., steward, 3 Apr. 1635. To this court came Andrew Pettitt and Alice his wife who held by copy given at a view and Court held 19 Apr. 1632 (after the death of Humphrey Mickley, clerk) for the said Alice and her heirs one messuage...in the west end of Ashwell...(the said Alice having been examined by herself secretly), and they now surrendered the messuage to the use of John Shipman of Ashwell who is here and seeks to be...
Dates: 3 Apr. 1638
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Admission, Ashwell, Hertfordshire

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Reference Code: GBR/0012/MS Doc.845
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At a Court Baron of the manor of Ashwell, before Francis Dickens, esq., steward, 3 May 1727. John Payne came and surrendered by the hands of the steward, a messuage situated in the west end of Ashwell, formerly of Susanna Payne and before that, of John Shipman, to the sole use of John Cotton...And John Cotton comes...and is admitted. Signed by Francis Dickens.

Dates: 3 May 1727
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Admission, Ashwell, Hertfordshire

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Reference Code: GBR/0012/MS Doc.846
Scope and Contents At a Court Baron of the manor of Ashwell, before John Crowther, deputy steward of Francis Dickens, steward, 20 Apr. 1743. The homage found that on 3 Nov. 1739 John Cotton of Caxton, Cambs., yeoman, surrendered...by the hands of John Waller and Roger Walduck...his messuage in west end of Ashwell, held by the yearly rent of 8d, late of Susanna Payne and before of John Shipman which at a Court 3 May 1727 were surrendered to John Cotton by John Payne...To the use of Francis Barnard, of Caxton,...
Dates: 20 Apr. 1743
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Admission, Ashwell, Hertfordshire

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Reference Code: GBR/0012/MS Doc.848
Scope and Contents At a Court Baron held by John Crowther, deputy steward for George Gibson, Esq., 19 Apr. 1749. The homage finds that on 15 Apr. 1749, Francis Barnard, D.D., of Caxton, Cambs., surrendered by the hands of John Crowther, a messuage in the west end of Ashwell...formerly of Susanna Payne and before that of John Shipman...to the use of John Dixon, grandson and heir of John Dixon, yeoman, of Ashwell, Herts. and the said John comes and prays admission and because he is under 21 years of age, the...
Dates: 19 Apr. 1749
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Admission, Chatteris, Cambridgeshire

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Reference Code: GBR/0012/MS Doc.1678
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Admission before Isaac Strong, steward of the manor, of John Smith of Chatteris to messuages in Chatteris surrendered 10 Oct. 1772 by Edward Adams and William Parker (see MS Doc.1676).

Dates: 24 May 1773
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Admission, Chatteris, Cambridgeshire

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Reference Code: GBR/0012/MS Doc.1690
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On surrender made by [Robert] Grimditch, a trustee under the will of John Smith [of Chatteris, schoolmaster], John Stocker Freaks and Margaret his wife are admitted to lands in Hive End, Burnsfield at the Yard's End, and Croload, all in the manor of Chatteris Ramsey, to be held by them and the heirs of John Stocker Freaks for ever. Unattested copy from court roll, or possibly draft for court roll (see Doc 1692), endorsed with financial calculation.

Dates: 21 May 1787
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Admission, Chatteris, Cambridgeshire

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Reference Code: GBR/0012/MS Doc.1691
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Certifying that Robert Grimditch gent, is admitted to all property formerly held in copyhold by John Smith of Chatteris, schoolmaster, deceased, in the manor of Chatteris Ramsey, to hold in trust for the uses specified in Smith's will. Copy of court roll, examined by Isaac Strong, steward of the court; lords of the manor are John Carill Worsley esq and the heirs of Samuel Tarry esq, duty stamps.

Dates: 21 May 1787
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Admission, Chatteris, Cambridgeshire

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Reference Code: GBR/0012/MS Doc.1692
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Certifying that, Robert Grimsditch having surrendered the copyhold properties granted him that day (Doc 1691), the same are now granted to John Stocker Freaks and his wife Margaret at specified fines and rents upon the terms outlined in Doc 1690. Copy of court roll, examined by Isaac Strong, steward of the court; lords of the manor are John Carill Worsley esq and the heirs of Samuel Tarry esq, duty stamps.

Dates: 21 May 1787
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Admission, Chesterton, Cambridgeshire

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Reference Code: GBR/0012/MS Doc.864
Scope and Contents Before a Court Baron held by Richard Bentley, Professor of Divinity and Master of Trinity on 29 Apr. 1708, present also Rev. George Modd, Senior Bursar and D. Thomas Smith, Fellow, Richard Penson, steward. The homage declares that Richard Green, gent., had died since the last Court seised of 6 acres and that Christopher Green, sr., was his brother and heir, and further that Christopher Green, sr., has died and Christopher Green M.D. is his son and heir and is here in Court. He pays 2/6 and...
Dates: 29 Apr. 1728
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Admission, Chesterton, Cambridgeshire

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Reference Code: GBR/0012/MS Doc.865
Scope and Contents At a Court Baron of Richard Bentley, Lord of the Manor and Master of Trinity, on 23 Sept. 1728, before William Greaves, esq., steward. To the Court came Christopher Green, jr., M.D. and sought to be admitted as tenant to the 6 acres, 2 roods at Chesterton to which his father was admitted in 1708 (until his son should attain 21 years). And the said Christopher, jr. came to the Court and surrendered the premises into the hands of the steward to the use of himself and his wife or for the longer...
Dates: 23 Sep. 1728
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Admission, Chesterton, Cambridgeshire

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Reference Code: GBR/0012/MS Doc.866
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At a Court Baron of Robert Smith, D.D., Master of Trinity before William Greaves and Beaupre Bell, stewards. The homage finds that Christopher Green, M.D., the younger, and Mary his wife are both dead, and that Christopher Green, esq., is the eldest son and next heir, and he, by Robert Green, esq., his uncle and attorney, on his behalf desires to be admitted tenant of the 6 acres and 2 roods. And is admitted by his uncle and his fealty respited. Examined by William Mott, deputy steward.

Dates: 24 Oct. 1748
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Admission, Chesterton, Cambridgeshire

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Reference Code: GBR/0012/MS Doc.867
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Before the Court Baron of Robert Smith, D.D. Master of Trinity before William Mott, gent.: deputy steward of William Greaves and Beaupre Bell esq., chief stewards. The homage finds that Christopher Green, esq. had died seised of 6 acres, 2 roods and that Christopher Green is his son and next heir, who by George Harris, his attorney, seeks admission. And he pays the fine and is admitted by his attorney, but his fealty is respited. Examined by William Mott, deputy steward.

Dates: 21 Nov. 1763
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Admission, Chesterton, Cambridgeshire

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Reference Code: GBR/0012/MS Doc.868
Dates: 22 Feb. 1792
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Admission, Chesterton, Cambridgeshire

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Reference Code: GBR/0012/MS Doc.869
Scope and Contents At a general Court Baron of the Rev. William Lort Mansel, D.D., Master of Trinity, before Robert White, gent., chief steward. The homage finds that Edward Green, esq., customary tenant...has died...and that Edward Humphrys Green is his eldest son and heir who by John Brigham Wiles, gent., his attorney, seeks to be admitted to the lands formerly Christopher Green's, to which Edward Green was admitted...on the surrender of Susannah Green...and he is admitted, but because he is of the age of 8...
Dates: 20 Aug. 1807
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Admission (copy), Chatteris, Cambridgeshire

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Reference Code: GBR/0012/MS Doc.1700
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Certifying that Joseph Reade, a minor, is admitted to a tenancy in Sladefield, manor of Chatteris Ramsey, to be held by his father George Reade (snr) until he comes of age. Copy of court roll, examined by Robert Clarke gent, steward; Hannah Carrill, widow, being lady of the manor. The court was held at the Bell in Chatteris. Endorsed (by Clarke?) 'Joseph Reade'.

Dates: 26 Feb. 1675 (Either 1675 or 1676 (28 Charles II))
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Admission (copy), Chatteris, Cambridgeshire

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Reference Code: GBR/0012/MS Doc.1701
Scope and Contents Certifying that in his will dated 7 Oct 1679 the late George Reade (snr) bequeathed his eight acres of meadow ground in Old Hayes or Old Halse, manor of Chatteris Ramsey to his son Joseph Reade. Joseph having already been admitted to some of the property in question, he is now granted possession of a further quarter. Copy of court roll, examined by the steward; Malbon Carrill gent and Hannah Carrill, widow, being lords of the manor. The court was held before the deputy steward John Cra[m?]...
Dates: 12 Dec. 1679 (31 Charles II)
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Admission (copy), Chatteris, Cambridgeshire

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Reference Code: GBR/0012/MS Doc.1702
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Certifying that Joseph Reade and his wife Mary are admitted to a further quarter share of the eight acres in Old Halse, manor of Chatteris Ramsey. Copy of court roll, examined by Robert Clarke gent, steward; Malbon Carrill gent, and Hannah Carrill, widow, being lords of the manor. The court was held at the King's Head in Chatteris. Endorsed 'Jos' Reade et ux''.

Dates: 18 Sep. 1683
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Admission (copy), Chatteris, Cambridgeshire

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Reference Code: GBR/0012/MS Doc.1703
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Certifying that Richard Read gent, by the hands of John Gardner and in the presence of John Wright, has surrendered his copyhold tenement in Millfield, manor of Chatteris Ramsey, to the use of Joseph Read[e] and his heirs, and that the said Joseph may take possession. Copy of court roll, examined by Robert Clarke, steward; Malbon Carrill esq being lord of the manor. The court was held at the Bell and Chequer in Chatteris - John Cooper's house. Endorsed 'Joseph Read'.

Dates: 26 Oct. 1704 (3 Anne)
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