Found in 463 Collections and/or Records:
Letter from Lord Randolph Churchill (Blenheim Palace) to "Jeannette" [Jennie Jerome, later Lady Randolph Churchill] including: his future journey to Paris [France] to see her; his joy at her father's [Leonard Jerome's] consent to their marriage; his duties as a magistrate at Woodstock [Oxfordshire]; Albert Edward, Prince of Wales' interest in them and Randolph's future visit to Paris.
Letter from Lord Randolph Churchill (Blenheim Palace) to Jennie [Jerome, later Lady Randolph Churchill) including: his duties as a magistrate; the indefinite postponement of a dissolution [of parliament] and his electoral prospects; and his visit to Lord and Lady Portarlington at Eastbourne [Sussex].
Letter from Lord Randolph Churchill (Blenheim Palace) to Jennie [Jerome, later Lady Randolph Churchill] including: his duties as a magistrate [at Woodstock, Oxfordshire] and his mother's [Frances, Duchess of Marlborough's] hope that she may meet Jennie in Paris [France].
After 7 leaves of index, follow 34 leaves of a transcript of Sir John Doderidge's work on law, 'The lawyer's light'. Then follow notes under various heads, not arranged alphabetically. A large part of the book is blank. On the back of the last leaf is a letter written to a lady, signed 'R. T.', son or daughter-in-law of Sir Thomas Myddleton.
Visus Computationum Firmariorum, Ballivorum, &c., Honoris de Penrithe cum Foresta de Inglewood, Com. Cumbr., quondam parcell' terrarum et possessionum Ricardi nuper Ducis Gloucestr'., pro duobus annis integris finitis ad Festum S. Michaelis, Anno Regis [Jacobi I.] xix, 1603 - 1625
Warrants of the lord treasurer and other commissioners for the disafforesting of lands.
Includes transcript of published articles including "Whose Finger?" about WSC's words on the possibility of nuclear war and that "only Russia or America was in a position to pull the trigger" and a series of articles about on WSC's possible policy of issuing a peace ultimatum to Stalin.Printed pamphlet.
The manuscript consists of two parts; firstly an unfinished copy of Littleton's treatise on tenures, extending only to 'Breve de intrusione'; secondly his treatise 'De natura brevium'.
(1) 'Of the courts of this realme'; (2) 'Certaine briefe noates and instructions necessarie for such as are towards practise of an attourney in the Comon Pleas or Court of Comon Pleas with the rules and orders incident to the same courte, and alsoe what manner of accons such an attorney may pleade'; this section is on leaves numbered 1 to 64, but appears to be supplementary to (1).
(1) An account of the persons that are noble, and their ranks; and a few remarks on heraldry; (2) 'A consideracion of the office and duty of a herauld in England drawn out of sundry observacions by John Doddridge the kinges Solicitor Generall at the instance of H. Earle of Northampton in August 1605'; (3) 'A catalogue of the nobility of England according to their creations, temp. Jac. I.'
(1) ‘Annotationes nonnullæ regulæ et feoda, Cameræ Stellatæ curiæ concernentes brevissime collectæ’; a short analysis, in English, of the forms of proceeding in the Star Chamber; (2) ‘An exact compendium of the whole course of the court of Starr Chamber’, apparently based on R. Crompton’s treatise on the jurisdiction of courts published in 1641.