Found in 463 Collections and/or Records:
The orders are from the time of Queen Elizabeth I; begins 'Thomas Egerton dominus custos magni sigilli Angliæ intr. sexto die Maii anno tricesimo octavo reginæ Eliz.'
Counterpart of an Indenture of Release by Charles Ashton, D.D., Master of Jesus College, Cambridge, sole surviving trustee of the Manor of Barton Burwych alias Wards, and of certain lands, tenements, etc., in the parish of Barton, in the County of Cambridge, to the Chancellor, Masters, and Scholars of the University of Cambridge, in whose behalf the trust had been created, 1744
Copy of the rolls of the court leete and court baron of the manor of 'Seynt Jamys juxta Bristoll', before Sir Nicholas Poyntz, steward of the priory of St James (Robert Cysseter being prior) from 27 to 38 Hen. VIII. Interspersed with these are records of the pleas in the court of pie-powder, before the same steward, from 30 Hen. VIII to 3 Edw. VI: 'Placita curie dni regis pedis pulverizati ville Bristol, secundum usum et consuetudinem eiusdem ville tempore quo non exeat memoria ...'.
Including papers of Masters, Professors and Fellows of Downing College, and gifts from past members. Includes academic administrative records but not estates correspondence.
Records of Classical Society, Cranworth Society, Debating Society, Doughty / Literary Society, Maitland Historical Society, Medical Society, Scientific and Danby Societies.
De Curiis Ecclesiasticis, quæ celebrantur auctoritate Reverendissimi Cantuariensis Archiepiscopi, intra Civitatem Londinensem, Beginning seventeenth century
On the back of the fly-leaf at the end is a memorandum of the sale, on 9 Apr., 1606, by Haydon Waterson to Will. Edwards of Little Walsingham, Norf., Apothecary, of a tenement in that parish.
English and French is given in parallel columns; the English entries run from 'Abate' to 'Yard land'.
Arranged alphabetically from 'Abatement' to'Waste'. The volumes are paged throughout, but irregularly, many leaves being interspersed unpaged, some blank, some bearing entries. At the end a table or alphabetical index has been begun, but only one page is completed.
'A discourse of the high court of parliament and of the authority of the same, collected out of the common lawes of the land and other good authors'. See also MS Ee.02.32, no. 3, where the work is attributed to Raphe Starkey.
(1) 'A discourse upon the comission of Bridewell'; (2) 'A treatise concernant le ley fait com suppose per Zouch'; (3) '30 queries of parsons and of parsonages'. The Zouch to whom the first portion is assigned has been tentatively identified as Dr Richard Zouch, regius professor of civil law at the University of Oxford.
'Divers and uncertayne discourses del ley', together with notes of several readings, from 2 March 1611 to 6 August 1614. On the first page is written 'By mee Thomas Wateridge'. About the middle of the book are 12 pages headed 'Joco seria. Of divers subts.'; these consist of anecdotes related by members of the Inn, in the year 1611.
Discourses on the marriage of Edward Seymour, earl of Hertford, and Lady Catherine Grey, Late sixteenth century
Doggett Rolls of the Court of Common Pleas, in the reign of Charles II, Mid to late seventeenth century
'Computa omnium et singulorum Firmariorum et aliorum ministrorum Jacobi Regis computabilium omnium et singulorum maneriorum, terrarum, &c., in dicto Dominio, a Festo S. Michaelis, 2 Jacobi, usque ad idem Festum, 3 Jacobi.'
Epitomes Juris Civilis, authore Constantino Harmenopulo, Judice Thessalonicensi, liber primus Latine redditus, Sixteenth century
Harmenopulus died at Constantinople A.D. 1383
Copies from the rolls of the time of King Henry III. Prefixed is a list of the editions of the ancient physicians in a hand similar to that of Richard Bentley.
'Expositio in Pandectas Justiniani': imperfect at the end, the last nine chapters of Book L. being wanting.
Extracts from the public rolls concerning pleas of the forest in the county of Oxford, taken before W. le Breton, 40 Hen. III.
Extracts from the rolls in the tower concerning the tenure of lands in the counties of Dorset and Berkshire, extending from the reign of King Edward II to Queen Elizabeth I.
The only article in English is the charter of King Edward the Confessor beginning 'Iche Edward kinge have given of my forest keepinge ...'. At the end of the volume is a folding leaf containing a table of the sovereigns of England from King Edward the Confessor to Queen Elizabeth I, giving the period of their respective reigns, date of their death, and location of their tomb.
A collection of forms of licences, citations, sequestrations and other instruments in the ecclesiastical courts; issued principally in the name of Robert King. The volume also contains a few notes of pleadings from the reign of King Charles I.
Many are in the name of John Whitgift, Archbishop of Canterbury. Incomplete.