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Alphabetical index to latin terms compiled by Robert Stonehouse. Also used as a commonplace book by William Balam, Registrar of the Diocese of Ely. Includes drafts of copies of letters, some concerning land disputes in and around Ely.
Commonplace books, derived from the Latin locus communis, were a form of intellectual scrapbook where interesting facts and observations could be compiled by the author.
A bound verse commonplace book with the initials 'F.R.' on the cover.
Academic notes and a collection of contemporary verses by Henry King, Sydney Dodolphin and others, copied in Oxford.