Transactions of the Royal Historical Society

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Society, 1897 - Great Britain
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"Transactions and publications of the Royal Historical Society" in each vol., ser. 4, v. 18-26.

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Page 204 - A storehouse of curious facts relating to the period of the Civil War. 8 and 9. Letters addressed from London to Sir Joseph Williamson while Plenipotentiary at the Congress of Cologne in the year 1673. Edited by WD Christie, C. B. Two vols.
Page 173 - thereof, the Council shall take the matter into consideration; and if the majority of the Members of the Council present at some meeting (of which and of the matter in hand such Fellow and every Member of the Council shall have due notice) shall decide by ballot to recommend that such Fellow
Page 205 - sample of the correspondence of a family of the higher classes in the seventeenth century. 24. Notes of the Debates in the House of Lords officially taken by H. Elsing, 1624 and 1626. Edited by SR Gardiner,
Page 165 - Ireland, Queen, Defender of the Faith, TO ALL TO WHOM these Presents shall come, Greeting; WHEREAS Our right trusty and well beloved
Page 174 - notice, at least, of the time when, and the object for which, every Special Meeting is to be holden shall be sent to every Fellow residing in the United Kingdom; and no other business than that of which notice has been thus given shall be entered upon or discussed at such Meeting.
Page 204 - Full of news from the Court of Charles II. 10. Account of the Executors of Richard, Bishop of London, 1303, and of the Executors of Thomas, Bishop of Exeter, 1310. Edited by the late Venerable WH Hale, MA, and the Rev. HT Ellacombe,
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Page 211 - WC Hazlitt. 5. Letters selected from the collection of Autographs in the possession of William Tite, Esq. 6. Sir Francis Drake's Memorable Service done against the Spaniards in 1587. By Robert Leng, one of his coadventurers. Edited by C. Hopper. 7. Inquiry into the Genuineness -of a Letter dated February 3rd, 1613, signed “Mary Magdaline Davers.”
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