Found in 142 Collections and/or Records:
Includes certain papers relating to his post as Colonial Secretary, 1903-5.
A copy, in the hand of Thomas Corie, of 'Anarchy unveyled, or, animadversions upon a booke entitled, A treatise of monarchie, by J. H.'
An argument uppon the question of imposicions digested and divyded into sundry chapters by his ma’ties attorney generall of Ireland', Sir John Davies; begins (after the dedication to the king's most excellent majesty) 'The question itself is noe more but this ...'. See also MS Ff.03.17, no. 1. At the end of the treatise is written 'R. O. 10 Januar. 1637'. Two leaves follow containing lists of chests and other furniture brought in to Dover House.
Arguments for the liberty of free men and other political writings, including a parliamentary journal, Seventeenth century
Arguments for the succession of the kings of England to the kingdome of Fraunce, Seventeenth century
The manuscript has a dedication beginning 'Most excellent prince, and next unto our soveraigne lord and master. In perusinge some olde writings I lighted uppon a manuscript of auncient characterie …'; the title appears on p. 3 and is followed in another hand by three rough drafts of an oration, the third of which begins 'May it please your masterships, Mr Readers merritt yeildes soe much matter of report that store hath made me poore ...'.
This series contains correspondence, photographs, cuttings, and reports about the parliamentary delegation in 1945. Members of the group included Colonel Walter Elliott (Conservative MP), Mr Wilfred Roberts (Liberal MP), Lord Farrington, Mr Tom Fraser (Socialist MP), Mr PW Jewson (MP), Major RE Manningham Buller (Conservative MP), Mr John Parker (Socialist MP), Colonel CE Posonby (Conservative MP), and Commander Stephen King-Hall (Independent MP).
Collection of political tracts, chiefly relating to the Stuart succession, Late sixteenth and early seventeenth centuries
Letters received on resignation from the Colonial Office mostly from members of the House of Commons and from the House of Lords, with some replies from Oliver Lyttelton (110).
Copies of documents chiefly relating to trade negotiations with Denmark, Poland and the Hanseatic League, Late sixteenth century
(1) ‘Instruttione data da n. s. Urbino VIII. all’eminmo cardl. Ginetti suo legato de Latere per trattare la pace universale nel congresso di Colonia’; (2) ‘Breve relatione delle difficoltà frapostesi nel radunare il congresso in Colonia avanti l’eminmo sigr cardinl Ginetti legato di Latere 1637, 1638, 1639’. See also MS Ee.03.47.
Copies of documents respecting the condition of Flanders, Genoa and other places and their connection with England in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, Seventeenth century
Copies of legal, diplomatic and political documents from the reign of Queen Elizabeth I, Seventeenth century
Comprises: Preface; Chapter 1, Early Memories; Chapter 2, Into Parliament; Chapter 3, The House of Commons; Chapter 4, The Soviet Union; Chapter 5, Henry Moore, By-Election Songs, and Waterloo Bridge; Chapter 6, The Spanish Civil War; Chapter 7, Collapse of MacDonald's Government; and Chapter 8, Wartime.