Found in 379 Collections and/or Records:
Official: Colonial Office: Colonial Conference: printed minutes of proceedings., Apr 1907 - May 1907
Official: Home Office: Edward Mylius: correspondence relating to the prosecution of Edward Mylius for a criminal libel on King George V published in the Liberator., 1910 - 1911
Opinions of counsel and precedents of wills, conveyancing and pleas. The names of counsel are given. There are genealogical notes and monumental inscriptions on pages 155-62, 191-213, and 252-231 (reversing the volume), which, according to Ralph Griffin (fol. i r), are in the hand of Edward Hasted, the historian of Kent. However, his claim is not readily reconcilable with the dates of the legal material.
Notes and extracts from placita in parliament from the reign of King Edward I.
The papers comprise personal and biographical records; correspondence; academic records; and records of the International Commission for the History of Representative and Parliamentary Institutions.
12 folios: fo. 1: title-page; fo. 2: declaration by the king that the Cortes has granted him permission to sell rights in the cattle tax; fo. 3: conveyance to de la Fuente of income from cattle tax in the town of Añover, province of Toledo, to take effect from 1 January 1644; fo. 9v: signatures of witnesses.
Begins 'By the statute of anno 2 Eliz. 3 ...'; the pleadings and reports are all from the reign of Queen Elizabeth I.
Pleadings and speeches of the Lords upon giving sentence in the Star Chamber on Bonham Norton for slandering the Lord Keeper (Lord Coventry).
Political: Constituency: Oldham [Lancashire]: Correspondence and newspaper cuttings relating to the Trades Disputes Bill., 22 Apr 1903 - 22 May 1903
Correspondents include: John Clynes and A H Smethurst [Joint Secretaries of the Oldham Trade Union Law Committee](4).
Political: Constituency: Oldham [Lancashire]: correspondence and newspaper cuttings relating to WSC's attitude towards changes to Trade Union Law., 03 May 1902 - 31 Jan 1903
Correspondents include: John Clynes and A H Smethurst, Joint Secretaries of the Oldham Trade Union Law Committee (4).
Political: Constituency: Woodford [Essex]: correspondence with or on behalf of constituents, A-L., Apr 1949 - Aug 1949
The volume includes (fo. 135v) 'The True Briton's Answer to a farmer's letter, April 8th 1752', and (fo. 261) a treatise on communion. Recipes and accounts are also scattered throughout.
Details of proceedings in the Spiritual Court, before Dr George Oxenden, against Thomas Hastings, for adultery.
Proceedings under a commission of bankruptcy awarded against Thomas Neave of Norwich, hosier, 1666. Also proceedings against Mathew Attmur, of Hockham in Norfolk, grocer, 1667.
The case is between John Owsley and Robert Wilcox, relative to the will of Mary Owsley.
Public and Political: General: Private and Personal: Correspondence Su - Th., 17 Jan 1951 - 29 Oct 1960
A reading on the statute 23 Henry VIII cap. 5, and other laws concerning sewers. At the end is a copy of a letter from Sir John Popham to Sir Thomas Lambert, about the draining of the Isle of Ely, dated Littlecott, 7th [no month or year]. The reading may be Popham's, who served as chief justice of the King's Bench.
Readings and commentaries (called theoriæ and postillæ) on various portions of the canon law, by Martinus Navarrus.
Readings on various statutes delivered in the Middle Temple by Weston, Bowyer, Savyle, Ross, Johnson, Sherley, Harris, Agmundesham, Gibbes, Williams, Ewens, Marston and Phillips, all of whom, according to Dugdale, were the readers appointed between 1585 and 1596, which years correspond with the dates given in the manuscript. The pages of the last reading, according to a later note, are misplaced: 'This reading is continued at f. 87, and concluded at f. 78'.