Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
De Valore Episcopatus Norwiciensis, a summary of the revenues of the see of Norwich, with first fruits and tenths
Statement of the accounts of the estate of Sir William Pole, written in various hands, 185 folios. There are indexes on fos 114-117. Attached to fo. 1 is a letter from W.H.H. Rogers to S.G. Perceval, 25 February 1888. Inside the front cover is the bookplate of Sektor Library, with the arms of Davidson of Curriehill, Co. Midlothian, and the writing 'Presented to the British Museum by Spencer George Perceval'. Fos 1v, 30-50, 62, 63, 70, 97-100 and 118-185 are blank.
Revenues of Charles I and Queen Henrietta in Lincolnshire, Nottinghamshire, Derbyshire, and Leicestershire; revenues of the Earl and Countess of Lennox in York, 1648 - 1649
A computus of the revenues of King Charles in the county of Lincoln, for the year ending at Michaelmas 1649. This is followed by nine similar accounts of the revenues of that king and of Queen Henrietta in the year 1648, in the counties of Nottingham, Derby, Lincoln and Chester; and of the possessions of the then lately deceased Mathew and Margaret Earl and Countess of Lenox in the county of York, for the year 1648.
The Portsmouth Collection is the principal collection of Isaac Newton's scientific and mathematical papers, including early drafts of the Principia, and his correspondence with Oldenburg, Halley Flamsteed and many of the other most prominent scientists of his day.