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Page 545 - of Mainsforth, Esquire, the Author of the History of the County Palatine of Durham, and in accordance with his pursuits and plans; having for its object the publication of inedited Manuscripts, illustrative of the intellectual, the moral, the religious, and the social condition of those parts of England and " Scotland, included on the east between the
Page 547 - Cathedralis Dunelm. Catalogues of the Library of Durham Cathedral at various periods, from the Conquest to the Dissolution; including Catalogues of the Library of the Abbey of Hulne, and of the MSS. preserved in the Library of Bishop Cosin at Durham. 10s. Edited by Dr. Raine. The Preface by
Page 547 - Dunelmensis : necnon Obituaria duo ejusdem Ecclesiœ. 10s. Edited by Rev. J. Stevenson. 14. The Correspondence of Robert Bowes, of Aske, Esq., Ambassador of Queen Elizabeth to the Court of Scotland, lis. Edited by Rev. J. Stevenson.
Page 547 - Edited by Rev. J. Stevenson. 17. The Correspondence of Dr. Matthew Button, Archbishop of York. With a selection from the Letters of Sir Timothy Button, Knt.,
Page 550 - Letters, hitherto inedited, relating to the Outrages, Feuds, etc., on the borders of England and Scotland. 31. The Autobiography of Anne Countess of Pembroke, Dorset and Montgomery, with other Documents relating to the house of
Page 545 - VI.—Any vacancies in the offices of Secretary or Treasurers shall be provisionally filled up by the Council, subject to the approbation of the next general meeting.
Page 547 - de Coldingham, Robertus de Greystanes, et Willelmus de Chambre, with the omissions and mistakes in Wharton's Edition supplied and corrected, and an Appendix of 665 original
Page 551 - Sir John Dalberg Acton, Bart., Aldenham Park, Bridgenorth. 17th June, 1861. George E. Adams, Rouge Dragon Pursuivant of Arms, Heralds' College, London. 13th December, 1862. Rev. EH Adamson, MA, St. Alban's Parsonage, Gateshead. 14th December, 1860. The Advocates' Library, Edinburgh. 13th March, 1851. Edward Akroyd, MP, FSA, Bank Field, Halifax. 15th December, 1859.
Page 549 - 10. A Volume of Early Rituals, supplementary to those already published by the Society, to contain as many of the unpublished Pontificals as the Society can obtain access to, Including that of St. Dunstan In the Imperial Library at
Page 299 - Ita quod, super proximum profrum tuum ad Scaccarium nostrum, Thesaurarium et Barones nostros de eodem Scaccario possis inde plenius informare : et tu ipse in propria persona tua sis ad dictum Scaccarium super proximum profrum tuum ex hac causa, nisi tune licentiam a nobis habueris absens esse ; et tune per ilium quern super dictum profrum tuum pro te mittes ad Scaccarium