Found in 463 Collections and/or Records:
(1) 'Francis Junius his lectures upon the prophet Jonah', with many corrections; it is apparently a translation of the Latin treatise, Opp. Genevæ, 1593, volume I, p. 1330; (2) notes taken at lectures on civil law, during the reign of King Charles I; (3) removed from the volume and described separately.
Cases and legal dicta, mostly written in a law-clerk's hand but some possibly written by Mr Golsborough. With indexes.
A running commentary on the various books and titlesof the Digest of Roman laws, illustrated from the early commentators. It commences 'De ratihabitione sic statuendum', and ends with Tit. 9, 'Pro legato'.
The first 80 pages of the volume form a commonplace book written in the seventeenth century. At the end of the book reversed are 11 leaves of writing of which six written in 1556 were intended to form part of a book of precedents; on f. 8 is 'An elegie upon the deathe of the righte worthye Sr Thomas Griffine, knighte', beginning 'I labor not to know why Griffine died...'; on ff. 9 and 10 are 'An indenture of mortgage of a manor', and on f. 11 are forms of conveyance dated 1611.
Commonplace collection containing religious poetry, copies of letters, cuttings, etc., including material relating to Byron and Napoleon, written in several hands, 269 folios. There is an index of contents on pp. iv-xi.
(1) ‘Compendium Græcæ grammaticæ Thomæ Wheeler’; the first five leaves contain ‘Regulæ generales scholæ, and mention the portions of grammar, etc., which the scholars are to learn daily; and are subscribed Thomas Wheeler, 1686 (see also MS Dd.11.68); (2) ‘Sir Edward Cooke’s treatise of baile and mainprise’, arranged into 12 chapters; see also MS Ii.05.09, no. 7.
Computa Ballivorum, Collectorum, &c., Caroli, Principis Walliæ, honorum, maneriorum, terrarum, &c., dicto Principi debita pro dimidio Anni finito ad Festum S. Michaelis, 17 Jacobi I., in Comitatibus Kant., Surr., Sussex., Oxon., Bark., Bedd., et Buck., 1603 - 1625
At the foot of the last mem. is the autograph Examinatur of 'Hen.Woodford, deput. Thomæ Neale, Mil., Auditor. 29 Martii, 1620.'
Computa Ballivorum, Firmariorum, &c., honorum, castrorum, &c., quorumcunque tam temporalium quam spiritualium, in comitatu Cumbr. in possessione Regis Jacobi; viz. a Festo S. Michaelis, 44 Elizabethæ, usque idem Festum, 1 Jacobi I.; per unum annum integrum, 1603 - 1625
The last mem. has the autograph signature of 'Geo. Snygg, Baron' [of the Exchequer].
Computa Ballivorum, Firmariorum, &c., honorum, castrorum, &c., quorumcunque temporalium; necnon rectoriarum, terrarum glebalium, emolument. ecclesiast. quorumcunque, in Comitatu Stafford., in possessione Reginæ Elizabethæ; viz. a Festo S. Michaelis, 40 Eliz. usque idem Festum, 41 Eliz., 1603 - 1625
At the end of the last mem. is the autograph signature of Tho. Flemyng.
Computa ministrorum Henrici Principis, infra Dom. Ducat. Cornub., in Comitatibus Essex., Hartf., Midd., Suff., et Cant.; viz. pro uno Anno integro finito ad Festum S. Michaelis, 8 Jacobi I, 1603 - 1625
At the foot of the last mem. is this note, with an autograph signature: 'I have made this Record by vertue of the warrant of Sr Edward Phelipps, Knt., Chauncellor to the Prince his highnes, dated the 24th of June, 1611. Per Hugonem Sexey, Auditorem. 23 July, 1611.'
Computa Ministrorum possessionum Coronæ in Comitatu Lanc., a Festo S. Michaelis, 11 Jacobi I. usque ad idem Festum, 12 Jacobi I, 1603 - 1625
Computa omnium et singulorum Ballivorum, Firmariorum, Collectorum, &c., omnium et singulorum honorum, castrorum, &c., quorumcunque temporalium; necnon omnium rectoriarum, terrarum glebalium, et emolumentorum ecclesiasticorum quorumcunque, in Comitatu Radnor., nuper in possessione Elizabethæ Reginæ, ac modo Regis Jacobi; viz. a Festo Michaelis, 12 Jacobi, usque idem Festum, 13 Jacobi, 1603 - 1625
At the foot of the last mem. is the autograph Examinatur of Edw. Bromley, Baron [of the Exchequer].
Computus Johannis Shalcrosse, Ar., Receptoris et Ballivi Alti Pecci [in Comitatu Derbiensi], a Festo S. Michaelis, 16 Caroli I. usque idem Festum, 17 Caroli I, 1625 - 1649
At the foot is the autograph Examinatur of Tho. Hanson, Auditor.
Computus Marmaduci Darell, Militis, Cofferarii et Custodis Magni Garderobæ Hospicii Dni Regis [Jacobi I.], computantis de exitibus Officii sui; viz. ab ultimo die Decembris, 19 Jacobi I. usque primum die Aprilis, 20 Jacobi I., scilicet per spatium dimidii unius anni integri, 1603 - 1625
John Sotherton, Baron [of the Exchequer], Thomas Hutton and Justinian Povey, clerks, Auditors. The sum total is £44756. 2s. 4d. ob.
A copy of the year-books from 40th to 50th Edw. III.
A collection of libels, sentences, depositions of witnesses, inhibitions, etc., in the Court of Arches and other ecclesiastical courts in the reign of Queen Elizabeth I.
(1) Courts held for the forest of Barnwood in Buckinghamshire, in the reigns of King Richard II, King Henry IV, King Henry V, King Henry VI and King Edward IV, and a few notes relating to the reign of Philip and Queen Mary I; (2) 'Extenta manerii de Borestall facta 15 Hen. VI' and 26 Hen. VI; (3) a perambulation of the king's forests in Buckinghamshire, 26 Edw. I.