Found in 379 Collections and/or Records:
Notebook of cases, Sixteenth century
Alphabetically arranged from 'Earle' to 'Wynes'. Apparently it is a portion only of the whole work, as it begins at f. 157. The paging extends to f. 272.
Notes concerning escheator's sessions, and other documents relating to landholding in Cambridgeshire, Early seventeenth century
Notes of cases in Star Chamber, Seventeenth century
Notes of grants, Late sixteenth and/or early seventeenth centuries
Dimissiones sub magno sigillo Anglie de anno primo dne Elizabethe regine': notes of the grants which have passed the seal, names of grantees, the premises demised, and the rents reserved, during the years 2-43 inclusive of the reign of Queen Elizabeth I.
Notes of petitions to chancery, with their answers, 1620s?
Covers petitions from July 1622 to May 1623. In the catalogue of John Moore's library the volume is said to be 'Archbishop Williams's original book of causes tryed before him when Lord Keeper'.
Notes of readings on tithes, Early seventeenth century
At the conclusion appears 'This last speech being ended, Mr Attorney Generall Sr Robert Heath being then present, answered the same, and was pleased in the name of the whole house to honour the reader much .... Trinioni deo gloria in æternum. John Wylde’. Sir Robert Heath was appointed Attorney-General in 1625.
Notes on Inheritance Laws and Mathematics, c 1665-c 1672
The Portsmouth Collection is the principal collection of Isaac Newton's scientific and mathematical papers, including early drafts of the Principia, and his correspondence with Oldenburg, Halley Flamsteed and many of the other most prominent scientists of his day.
Notes on the security for rent charge, Early seventeenth century
A collection of notes of 'The securitie for rent-charge', written in the time of King Charles I and incomplete at the beginning.