Collections received during the second half of the 19th century and miscellaneous mss. acquired between 1695 and 1890

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Clarendon Press, 1905 - Manuscripts
 

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Page 593 - Eve," appeared in a now defunct paper entitled College Rhymes, and was often recited by the late Mr. Bellew with great success. On the installation of the Marquis of Salisbury as Chancellor of the University, in 1870, an ode by Mr. Weatherly was one of those selected for recitation in the theater; and, in the same year, he published his first volume of poems, entitled
Page 347 - A complete Catalogue of all the Discourses written both for and against Popery, in the time of King James the Second ; containing in the whole an account of four hundred and fifty-seven Books and Pamphlets...
Page 684 - VOCABULARIES, illustrating the Condition and Manners of our Forefathers, as well as the History of the forms of Elementary Education, and of the Languages Spoken in this Island from the Tenth Century to the Fifteenth.
Page 404 - Trials, 1813, vol. xvli. p. 619. Paper ; ff. 72. xvmth cent. Small folio. 374. MINUTES of the " Committee of the House of Commons appointed to draw up Articles of Impeachment against [Henry Dundas], Lord Viscount Melville," from the first day of its meeting, 5 July, 1805, to 12 July, when the Committee adjourned. The proceedings before the Committee are reported verbatim. Paper; ff. 178. Small folio. 375. COMMON-PLACE BOOK of parliamentary and legal precedents, etc. ; in several different hands....
Page 135 - The xu worshipfull Companies or Misteries of London, with the Armes of all them that have been Lord Mayors, for the space almost of 300 yeares, of each company perticulerly. Also most of the Sheriffs and Aldermen. Done Ano 1605.
Page 479 - MS. 940. A Collection of the most Remarkable Accounts that relate to the Families of Scotland, drawn up by Sir Geo.
Page 315 - The Character of Sir Martin Barnham, Knight, written by his son Sir Francis, who was the father of the Lady Salkeld, in whose closet it was found after her death...
Page 709 - ... translation somewhat altered and improved, and adapted to the stage. It was performed at the Duke of York's Theatre.
Page 93 - AN ESSAY Towards THE DESCRIPTION OF THE NORTH DIVISION OF WILTSHIRE By Me JOHN AUBREY, Of Easton Pierse. TYPIS MEDIO-MONTANIS, IMPRESSIT C. GILMOUR, 1838.
Page 774 - University, a fac - simile of an ancient Greek Inscription, on a gold plate, found in the ruins of the ancient City of Canopus ; and also a Book printed on board a ship of the line in the Mediterranean.

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