Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
A personal memoir by Sir John Herbecq, covering circa 1922-2002, written between 1999 and 2002, 1999 - 2002
The memoir has a number of appendices which include the text of Herbecq's talk to the British Institute of Management dining club, 17 October 1978; and copies of letters from Herbecq to the Bishop of Chichester (Rt Rev Eric Kemp) relating to troubles experienced by the Church Commissioners, December 1993, and to Rt Rev Michael Turnbull, Bishop of Rochester, relating to "The Rochester Commission", May 1994
Michael Dalton, 'Breviary on the state of the Roman Church', an unprinted fifth-monarchist tract describing events from the foundation of Christianity to the 'discovery of anti-christ' in the 16th century, 88 folios: (fo. 2) title page; (fo. 3) text, beginning 'The 4th Monarchy (videlicet of the Romans)', and ending 'have the first place,&voyce etc.'; (fo. 86v) index; (fo. 88) list of papal schisms.
Comprises copies of various court rolls and other primary material on the history of Ely and Cambridgeshire, together with notes made by J.H. Crosby.
Various hands, including that of Durie.
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