Henry VIII, King of England, 1491-1547

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Henry VIII (28 June 1491 – 28 January 1547) was King of England from 22 April 1509 until his death in 1547. Henry is best known for his six marriages, and for his efforts to have his first marriage to Catherine of Aragon annulled. His disagreement with Pope Clement VII about such an annulment led Henry to initiate the English Reformation, separating the Church of England from papal authority. He appointed himself Supreme Head of the Church of England and dissolved convents and monasteries, for which he was excommunicated.

Domestically, Henry is known for his radical changes to the English Constitution, ushering in the theory of the divine right of kings in opposition to Papal supremacy. He also greatly expanded royal power during his reign. He frequently used charges of treason and heresy to quell dissent, and those accused were often executed without a formal trial by means of bills of attainder. Henry was an extravagant spender, using the proceeds from the dissolution of the monasteries and acts of the Reformation Parliament. At home, he oversaw the legal union of England and Wales with the Laws in Wales Acts 1535 and 1542, and he was the first English monarch to rule as King of Ireland following the Crown of Ireland Act 1542.

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referencedIn POLITICAL and other papers, collected by the Rev. George Harbin; tempp. Hen. VIII.-Geo. II. The contents are:-1. Extracts from Cotton MS., Vitellius B. xiv., and Nicholas Harpsfield's treatise in MS. cccxi. of New College, Oxford, relating to the di..., 17th century-18th century British Library
referencedIn Paget Papers, 1502-[167-] Special Collections and Archives, Keele University
referencedIn TRAITÉ des différends entre les Roys de France et d'Angleterre, dedié au Roy Louis Xl. [par Jean Juvenal des Ursins?];-Pour monstrer que le royaume d'Escosse est feudataire de celuy d'Angieterre;-Traité de paix et alliance entre le Roy Charles VIII...., 1483-1572 British Library
referencedIn COLLECTIONS relating to the city of Canterbury, chiefly in connexion with its boundaries and franchises; consisting of original documents, copies, and extracts, extending in (late from A.D. 605 to A.D. 1782, the earliest original document being of te..., 14th century-19th century British Library
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referencedIn STATE of England: containing the fees of officers of the Exchequer, Customs, Courts of Law, the Household, etc.; a list of the Navy (f. 15) ; the musters of 1574, 1575 (f. 15 b); valuation of bishoprics and deaneries (f. 17); list of Peers (f. 18); n..., 1574-1591 British Library
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referencedIn Vol. II., 1576-1624 1. Joan[nes] Sturmius, Rector [of the Academy at Strassburg], to Edmund Grindal, Archbishop of Canterbury, on his appointment to that see; Argentorati [Strassburg], 20 March, 1576. Lat. Hologr. f. i. 2. Instructions from William, ..., 1576-1624 British Library
referencedIn DECLARATION by Sir Richard Weston, Under-Treasurer of England, of the receipts and payments of the Exchequer, Mich., 23 Hen. VIII. [1531]-Mich., 24 Hen. VIII. [1532]. Latin. Vellum; ff. 79. With the leaves at the beginning of the several divisions el..., 1531-1532 British Library
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referencedIn HISTORICAL, and other. tracts:-1. A discourse of Ireland, 1695. With note in the margin by Lord Sommers. "This paper was wrote by Sir William Temple." f. 3. 2. Bill in the Irish Parliament for establishing the Flax and Hemp Company of Ireland, in 16..., 17th century-18th century British Library
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referencedIn TRANSCRIPT of the Valor Ecclesiasticus of Derbyshire; 27 Hen. VIII. Lat. Paper; xixth cent. Folio.England, Ecclesiastical History: Valor ecclesiasticus of co. Derby, 1535.: 19th cent.: Copy.County of Derby: Valor Ecclesiasticus, temp. Hen. VIII.: 19t..., 19th century British Library
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referencedIn Memoranda (1852-1861) on the formation of the Aberdeen administration (1 852), ff. 60-71 ; details of Cabinet discussions on the Budget (1853), ff. 84-117 ; recruitment for the Civil Service (1854), ff. 157-163.includes:f. 1 Edward George Geoffrey ..., 1852-1861 British Library
referencedIn COLLECTION RELATING TO THEOLOGY AND MONASTIC DISCIPLINE: apparently compiled at Durham Cathedral Priory; mid 15th cent. Imperfect at beginning and end. Latin. Origin: England. This MS. and its relationship to Cotton MS. Vitel. E. XII is discussed in ... British Library
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referencedIn A (1) Accompts (1786-1794) of Rose as Surveyer and Receiver-General of the Green Wax in the Exchequer, together with other papers; 1786-1801. Followed (ff. 31, 33) by letters, 1805, 1811, to Rose as Keeper of the Records in the Receipt of the Excheq..., 1764-1814 British Library
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referencedIn Henry VIII of England: Grant of rent from the town of Calais: 1515. British Library
referencedIn COMMONPLACE-BOOK of Sir John Gibson (1606-1665), of Welburn, near Kirkby Moorside, co. York, a Royalist prisoner in Durham Castle, circ. 1653-1660. The compilation is dedicated, in a letter (f. 5 b) dated March, 1656, to his son John Gibson. Holograp..., approximately 1653-1660 British Library
referencedIn Vol. CCCXIX (ff. 233). Oct.-Dec. 1864.includes:f. 1 Constance Harriet Mahonesa Kerr, wife of William, 8th Marquess of Lothian: Letters to W. E. Gladstone: 1859-1892.f. 3 George John West, 5th Earl De La Warr; afterwards Sackville-West: Correspon... British Library
creatorOf SEAL of Henry VIII for an unidentified purpose, dated 1542, from a copper matrix found near Bristol.Henry VIII of England: Seal for unidentified purpose: temp. Hen. VIII. British Library
referencedIn WARDPOBE-ACCOMPT of Sir Andrew Wyndesore [K.B., lst Baron Windsor 15291, Keeper of the Great Wardrobe, for one year ending Michaelmas 4 Hen. VIII [1512]. Latin and English. The entries resemble those in Wyndesore's accompt for the previous year, whic..., 1506-1512 British Library
creatorOf Histoire ancienne jusqu'à César, part 3 of the second redaction, approximately 1330-approximately 1340 British Library
creatorOf INSPEXIMUS by Henry VIII of an inquisition post mortem at Chester, 8 Sept. 1500, on lands of Sir Thomas Cokesey (d.1498) at Maplas, Peckforton, etc., co. Chest.; 10 Feb. 1532. Latin. Purchased from J. L. M. Gulley, Esq., Jan. 1987. Seal of Henry VIII... British Library
creatorOf SIGNET WARRANT by Henry VIII, authorizing Walter Copynger to wear his bonnet in the King's presence; 24 Oct. 1512. Stamped sign manual. Formerly BM Loan MS. 8. Deposited on loan by the Rev. Henry Copinger Hill, rector of Buxhall, co. Suff., 9 March 1... British Library
referencedIn PAPERS relating to ecclesiastical jurisdiction, etc., tempp. Hen. III.-Jas. I., copied almost entirely from Cotton MS., Cleopatra F. 1. See Strype's Life of Whitgift, ed. 1822, VOL. II., -pp. 28, 397. 1. "A collection shewing what jurisdiccion the Cl..., 17th century British Library
referencedIn GLADSTONE PAPERS. Vol. DXCVI (ff. 469). 1 . Draft of an essay (cf. Add. MS. 44720, f. 34) " On the comparative rank of Philosophy and Poetry," read to the Essay Club at Oxford, 13 Feb. 1830 (cf. Add. MS. 44809, f. 26). f. 1. 2. An article, apparently..., 1830-1840 British Library
referencedIn "STANZE di Zanobio Ceffino, Cittadino Fiorentino, sopra l'eresie del Rè d'Inghilterra, e sopra la morte di Tommaso Moro, Gran Cancellero;" Rome, 11 May, 1536. Autograph. Paper. Octavo. British Library
referencedIn Vol. CCXXXIII (ff. 375). 1-9 Feb. 1835.includes:ff. 1, 2 Sir John Barrow, 1st Baronet; Second Secretary to the Admiralty: Corresponcence with Sir R. Peel: 1813-1845.f. 5 Joan Canning, Viscountess Canning 1828; wife of George Canning: Corresponden... British Library
referencedIn HARDWICKE PAPERS. Vol. CCCCXC. The principal contents are:-1. Contract of marriage between Mary, Queen of Scots, and James Hepburn, Earl of Bothwell; 14 May, l567. Copy. f. 17. 2. Account of the reception by the Emperor Charles V. at Bologna of Sir ..., 1559-1775 British Library
referencedIn ORIGINAL letters addressed chiefly to the Rev. George Harbin, a non-juror, chaplain to Francis Turner, Bishop of Ely, with other papers collected by the same; 1620-circa 1730. 1. Two letters to G. Harbin, unsigned, but the latter endorsed "Papers con..., 1620-approximately 1730 British Library
creatorOf MISCELLANEOUS HISTORICAL MATERIALS; mostly 16th cent. Partly Latin. Copies, late 16th cent. 1. ff. 2-15. Papers relating to religious reform; temp. Eliz. I. As follows: (a) Tract on the reform of religion, education, justice, etc. Beg. 'It is a lamen..., 1548-1599 British Library
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referencedIn Vol. iii. 1691-1695.James Butler, 2nd Duke of Ormonde: Papers relating to: 1690-1697.includes:f. 1 Jewels and Plate: Plate of the Duke of Ormonde: 1690. ff. 11, 13 Charles Dursley, Viscount Dursley; Envoy Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to the Sta..., 1691-1695 British Library
referencedIn Michel, Francisque, 1809-1887. Letter: 1871 Apr. 17, 377 Strand, London W.C., to David Laing / Francisque Michel. University of Edinburgh - Main Library, Edinburgh University Library
referencedIn Vol. DCLXXXI (ff. 215). 1882.includes:ff. 1-143 passim England; Parliament: Papers rel. to Commons procedure: 1871-1886.: Partly printed.f. 6 Sir Andrew Clark, Baronet; physician: Memoranda rel. to: [1873], 1882.ff. 14, 15 Richard de Aquila Gro..., 1882 British Library
referencedIn East Mersea, Essex: Deeds rel. to Reeves Hall manor in: 1546.Newmarket, Suffolk: Deeds rel. to: 1546, 1726.Enfield, Middlesex: Roll and deeds rel. to Honyland al. Honylane and Pentriches manors in: 1501, 1546.Henry VIII of England: Grants by, in Steb... British Library
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creatorOf Henry VIII, King of England, 1491-1547. Signatures to three documents : Greenwich and Windsor, to Sir Andrew Windsor, Keeper of the Great Wardrobe, 1513 Apr. 23 and Dec. 8, and 1514 Mar. 8. Pierpont Morgan Library.
referencedIn Henry VIII of England: First seal of Common Pleas: 1523, 1538.Court of CommonPleas: Seals of Edw. IV, Hen. VII and Hen. VIII for: 1473-1538.Rayne, Essex: Deeds rel. to: 1291-1757.Braintree, Essex: Deeds rel. to: 1371-1676.Bocking, Essex: Deeds rel. t... British Library
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referencedIn MISCELLANEOUS COLLECTION of historical papers; circa 1350-1631. Italian, Latin, and Spanish. Copies, 17th cent. The collection is separable into two parts. The first part (ff. 3-107v) relates to the Papacy and its relations with Savoy and other Itali... British Library
referencedIn Scott, David Dundas, fl. 1856-1874. Letter: 1872 Mar. 26, Briery Yards by Hawick, to David Laing / David D. Scott. University of Edinburgh - Main Library, Edinburgh University Library
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referencedIn COLLECTIONS for a history of the parish of Ecclesfield, co. York, with pedigrees, etc., by Joseph Hunter. Included are copies of-the will of John Tyas, vicar; 30 May, 1580, f. 8;-correspondence between John Wilson, of Bromhead, and Rev. John Watson,..., 19th century British Library
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referencedIn ORIGINAL petitions and papers relating to proceedings in the county of Kent in ecclesiastical matters ; 1639-1641. Included are letters addressed chiefly to Sir Edward Dering, M.P. for East Kent, from-George Strode; Squerries 2 Sept., 19 Oct. 1640, f..., 17th century British Library
creatorOf Henry VIII, King of England, 1491-1547. Document signed : Windsor, to Sir Andrew Windsor, Keeper of the Great Wardrobe, 1513 Nov. 25. Pierpont Morgan Library.
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referencedIn MISCELLANEOUS historical letters, etc.; 1375-1810. In two series, English or relating to England and (artt. 87-106) foreign. 1. Andrea Contarini, Doge of Venice, to Edward III. of England, desiring a safe conduct for merchant-ships about to be sent t... British Library
referencedIn HOUSEHOLD-BOOK Of Queen Elizabeth, with additional matter interspersed relating to the royal household, etc., during the reigns of Henry VIII., Edward VI., and Mary. The contents are:-1. " A calendar for venison " : statement of the number of deer t..., 1526-1603 British Library
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referencedIn MISCELLANEOUS papers, chiefly relating to the duchy of Cornwall; 1729-1739. Among the contents are-1. List of officers under Colonel Schutz, Warden of the Stannaries, etc., f.1. 2. Lists of "advowsons belonging to the Dutchy of Cornwal, antique poss..., 1729-1739 British Library
referencedIn Paper, in folio, ff. 436. xvi. Cent. Collections relative to the Divorce of Henry VIII., similar to those in Cott. Mss. Vitellius B. x-xiii. 1. Letter from Cardinal Wolsey to Sir Gregory de Cassalis and Peter Vannes, the King's orators in the Court o... British Library
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creatorOf DICTAMINAL TREATISES: collection of dictaminal treatises, etc., formerly belonging to Westminster Abbey; early-mid 13th cent. Latin. Origin: England. See M. Camargo, 'The English manuscripts of Bernard of Meung's Flores Dictaminum', Viator, xii (198... British Library
referencedIn PAPERS of Sir Edward Walker, Garter king of arms, relating to the order of the Garter; 1523-1677. In the later portion often autograph. They contain notes on procedure and ceremonials, lists of knights, investitures, fees, etc., and a few letters. Th..., 1523-1677 British Library
referencedIn "NOTES chiefly relating to the Clergy of Yorkshire," by William Paver; in alpliabetical order of names, with index. Folio.England, Ecclesiastical History: Notes on the clergy of co. York, by W. Payer: 1833-1858., 19th century British Library
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referencedIn MISCELLANEOUS ecclesiastical papers; 1636-1792. Among them are the following originals: 1. Letters of Richard Fitzherbert, Archdeacon of Dorset, instituting Richard Hooke rector of Durweston; dat. 2 July, 1636; with a seal. Lat. f. l. 2. Propositions..., 1636-1792 British Library
referencedIn SPEECHES in Parliament, etc.; 1558-1695. 1. "Queen Elizabeths speech (a) to her secretary [Sir W. Cecil] and other her Lords," 20 Nov. 1558. In a hand of the 18th cent. f. 1; -(b) to the two Houses, 12 Nov. 1586. f. 2. 2. "Answeres to the first part ... British Library
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creatorOf ROYAL MUSIC COLLECTION. The Baldwin Collection of Motets, etc.: circa 1600, unless otherwise dated. A volume in the script throughout of John Baldwin of Windsor (excepting ff. 87b-89), containing 203 motets, instrumental pieces, canons and contrapunt..., 1590-1606 British Library
referencedIn VOL. I. 1694-June 1703.Edward Southwell [Secretary of State in Ireland]; London, Dublin, etc., 27 Sept. 1694-12 June, 1703, ff. 1,7, 102, 142, 189, 212, 478, 486. [Charles Montagu, Earl, afterwards Duke, of] Manchester; 13 Jan. 1701[2], 9 June, 1702...., 1694-1703 British Library
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referencedIn ARMS, in trick, collected by William Burton (b. 1575, d. 1645), Leicestershire antiquary; 1597-1641. Imperfect (see below). Latin and English. Mostly autograph. Another work by him is 'Antiquitates de Lindley' (Add. MS. 6046) and a letter from him to..., 1537-1641 British Library
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referencedIn "CARTAS de Estado del Rey don Fernando el catolico escritas a los Reyes de Francia, Inglaterra, el Papa, y el Emperador, sobre cossas de grande importancia y que parecen las de la liga y guerras destos tiempos." Copies of state papers and tracts of t..., 1515-1628 British Library
creatorOf Henry VIII, King of England, 1491-1547. Autograph subscription and signature to letter : to Louis V, Count Palatine of the Rhine and Duke of Bavaria, 1519 May 11. Pierpont Morgan Library.
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referencedIn LETTER-BOOK of Thomas Dacre, 2nd Lord Dacre of Gillesland, warden of the Marches towards Scotland, preceded by original letters, warrants, etc., addressed to him; 2 June, 1523-24 Sept. 1524. There are also, at ff. 144, 148, two papers belonging to th..., 1503-1828 British Library
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referencedIn Vol. CCXXXII (ff. 340). 27-31 Jan. 1835.includes:f. 1 Archibald Allson, 1st Baronet; historian: 1852. Correspondence with Sir R. Peel: 1834-1842. f. 3 Henry Hervey Baber, philologist; Keeper of Printed Books, British Museum: Letter to Sir R. Peel: 18... British Library
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referencedIn England THE CREDITON CLAIM: a document purporting to record the augmentation of the number of bishops in England in 905; late 10th cent. Latin. Beg. 'Anno illo quo transacti sunt'. Ends. 'qui hoc salubre mutaret consilium'. The document, which was pr... British Library
referencedIn MOTIONS for a conference between the two Houses, in the presence of the Bishops and Judges, with a view to puritan reformations in the Church; followed by "Meanes of Unytye" endorsed, "Motions intended to have bynne moved in y Parlamente howse" [1575..., 1575 British Library
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referencedIn RECORD Of Proceedings at a Great Council held at Baccanceld [Bapchild, near Sittingbourne, co. Kent], presided over by Uuihtred, King of the Cantuarii, settling the privileges of the church with regard to the monasteries of Upmynster, Raculf [Reculve... British Library
referencedIn TRANSCRIPT of letters of Sir Ralph Sadler during his embassies to Scotland in 1539-1540 and 1543; with his instructions prefixed. Paper; ff. 207. From the Sunderland Libary. Printed in vol. i. of The State Papers and Letters of Sir Ralph Sadler (Edin..., 17th century-18th century British Library
referencedIn TRANSCRIPTS OF PAPAL BULLS, 1493-1531, from the papal registers; c. 1600. Latin. 17th-cent. contents list, f. v. Principal contents: 1. ff. 2-14. Pope Julius II, interdict against Venice; 27 April 1509. 2. ff. 16b-21b. Julius II, confirmations of the..., 1509-1605 British Library
referencedIn MISCELLANEOUS historical and other letters and papers, including correspondence, etc. of Sir William Clarke [ob. 1666], secretary to Gen. George Monck, and his son, George Clarke, Judge Advocate, Secretary at War, etc. [ob. l737]; 1556-1753 1. Warran..., 1556-1753 British Library
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referencedIn HARINGTON PAPERS. Vol. XVII (ff. 129). Six tracts on religious and ecclesiastical topics; 1687-1699. Printed and partly MS. Individual items are listed in the Index to the present Catalogue. Paper. Quarto. 1687-1699.includes:ff. 1-18b Dr Richard St..., 1687-1699 British Library
referencedIn Vol. VII. (ff. 277). 1 Sept.-31 Oct. 1543. 1. Secretary Sadler to Lord Parr; Edinburgh, the ffyrst/xxxth of August September, [1543]. With paper signet. f. 2. 2. The same to Henry VIII.; Edinburgh, 1 Sept. [1543]. Signed; with holograph postscript. f... British Library
referencedIn Cardonnel-Lawson, Mansfeldt de,. British autograph collection, ca. 1500-1899. Stanford University. Department of Special Collections and University Archives
referencedIn INDEX of names in the preceding volume, by William Paver. Paper. Quarto.England, Ecclesiastical History: Notes on the clergy of co. York, by W. Payer: 1833-1858., 19th century British Library
referencedIn Vol. II. (ff. 241). 1. History of Faction: on the circumstances of the Rye-House Plot. (Used by Roger North in his Examen.) f. 2. 2. "Notes out of the day papers of causes," of Chancery cases. f. 40. 3. "The speech of the Ld. Ch. Justice, who was mad... British Library
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referencedIn DOCUMENTS relating to ecclesiastical affairs, etc., 1521-1536, viz.:-1. Instructions to the Commissioners for making the Ecclesiastical Survey; [1535]. Signed by Henry VIII., and with an imperfect impression of the Great Seal. f. 1. Printed in Valor ..., 16th century British Library
referencedIn MEMORANDUM-BOOK of John Locke, Solicitor, father of the philosopher; 1623-1655. Among the contents are:-1 Forms of licenses, bonds, warrants, recognisances and other legal instruments, taken from proceedings at general sessions in co. Somerset; 1629..., 1623-1655 British Library
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referencedIn Vol. XXV. MISCELLANEOUS Political and State Papers; late l5th cent.-1648 [9]. Included are -1. Fragment of discourse on affairs in Portugal; late 15th cent. f. 1. 2. Rejoinder drawn up by order of Henry VIII. to the answer made by the Emperor Charle... British Library
referencedIn PAPERS of Thomas Sampson, Dean of Chichester 1552-3, a Protestant refugee at Frankfort and Geneva 1556-1558, Dean of Christchurch, Oxford, 1561-1565, when he was deprived for nonconformity (d. 1589). 1. " Thorder of common praier, the ministracion of..., 16th century British Library
referencedIn HOUSEHOLD-BOOK for the year ending 30 Sept. 24 Hen. VIII. [1532], being the accompt "Edmundi Peckham [knighted 1542, Master of the Mint 1546-1564], armigeri, Custodis Magne Garderobe siue Coferarii Hospicii," etc. In Latin. It comprises:-(1) "Recepta..., 1532-1534 British Library
referencedIn ACCOMPT BOOK of "Mr. William Derby, Remembrancer of the flirst fruits, from August, 1645, to the last of December, 1649 " (on the vellum cover), sc.: (1) Liber Primitarium Cleri receptarum ad usum Reipublicaae a 28 die Julii, 1648, usque ultimum diem... British Library
referencedIn MISCELLANEOUS LETTERS and papers; 16th cent.-1864. A Exhortation from R[ichard], Archbishop of Canterbury, to the Cistercian order, to pay tithes of their lands to the clergy ; [1179]. Lat. (See Hist. Littéraire, vol. xiv., p. 618). Copy, 16th cent. ..., 16th century-1864 British Library
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referencedIn Treaties: Writ of proclamation of peace treaty between England and France to the Lieutenant of Calais: 1510.Henry VIII of England: Writ of proclamation of peace treaty with France to the Lieutenant of Calais: 1510. British Library
referencedIn COLLECTIONS relating to the Crown regalia and jewels, viz.1. Extracts from the Patent Rolls, Wardrobe Accompts, and other public records, tempp. John-Hen. VI.; including (f. 11) a list of the jewels belonging to the shrine of St. Edward the Confessor... British Library
referencedIn RALPH STARKEY TRANSCRIPTSTranscripts of State Papers and political tracts made chiefly by Ralph Starkey (d. 1628), relating with few exceptions to the royal marriages of England; 1474-1624. Viz.:-(1) Covenant for a proposed marriage of Cicely, dau. ..., 1474-1624 British Library
referencedIn Grants of lands in Shropshire and Devon British Library
referencedIn Vol. IV.includes:f. 94 Elizabeth Stevenson, Prioress of Bungay: General pardon to: 1510.: Copy. f. 94 Henry VIII of England: General pardon to Bungay Priory: 1510.: Copy. f. 94 Bungay Priory; Stiff: General pardon to: 1510.: Copy. ff. 100-141 Bung..., 1402-1516 British Library
referencedIn Henry VIII of England: Appointment of a Lieutenant of Calais Castle: 1510. British Library
referencedIn "VALUATION of all livings in the County of Essex, made 20 Edw. I. anno 1293" (sic); being extracts from the "Taxatio Nicholai IV." (see ed. 1802, pp. 21-23, 18-19). Lat. In the hand of Philip Morant. Paper; ff. 8. Folio.County of Essex: Valuation of ... British Library
referencedIn COLLECTIONS for a "Monasticon of Wales," and [at f. 51] "from Statutes of English Cathedral Churches;" by the Rev. Mackenzie E. C. Walcott, B.D. Paper; xixth cent. Folio.Wales: Collections for a Monasticon of Wales, by M. E. C. Walcott: 1860.Edward C..., 19th century British Library
referencedIn POLITICAL, religious, and other tracts, by members of the Caryll family and others. Included are:-1. "Whether the late Parliament Oath [of Allegiance, 3 Jac. I., C. 4] may bee lawfully taken, or no," by F. R. G., f. 1. 2. "The Forme of Consecrating ..., 1687-18th century British Library
referencedIn INSTRUCTONS to Scottish Ambassadors; 1529-1590. 1. "Credence to be schawin in our name [James V.] be our cousing [John Stuart] ye duk of Albany till our brother and confederat ye maist cristin king of Fraunce" [Francis I.]; circa 1529, f. 2. 2. "Cred..., 1529-1590 British Library
referencedIn (ff. 94). HISTORICAL notes of successions of Bishops and Priors [afterwards Dean] to the time of the Reformation, in the sees of: Canterbury. f. 1 ;-Worcester. f. 17;-Durham. f. 27;-Norwich. f. 42;-Winchester. f. 50;-Rochester. f. 58;-Coventry and L... British Library
referencedIn Vol. V., 1677-1695:-1. Sir T. Higgons to Secretary Henry Coventry, on his negotiations; Venice, 15, 22 Jan., 19 Febr., 5, 12 March, 167,; 9 April, 1677. Hologr. ff. 1, 3, 22, 24, 26, 28. 2. Proceedings in the House of Lords on the re-assembling of P..., 1677-1695 British Library
referencedIn " REMEMBRANCES of Instrucciones necessarie to be embrasid for the policie of this and the time to comme," by Roger Edwardes. With a signed dedication to Queen Elizabeth, 8 March, 1568[9]. The original draft with many corrections and long passages era..., 1569 British Library
referencedIn MISCELLANEOUS TRACTS AND PAPERS, mostly relating to the Netherlands, Spain and Scotland; 1549-temp. Eliz. I. Copies, c. 1600-mid 17th cent. 1. ff. 2-5. 'Precedency of Englande in respect of the antiquitie of the Kingdome'; c. 1600. Part of a treatise... British Library
creatorOf Decretals of Gregory IX with gloss of Bernard of Parma (the 'Smithfield Decretals'), approximately 1300-approximately 1340 British Library
referencedIn Henry VIII of England: Seal of the supervisors of Crown lands. British Library
referencedIn Vol. CCCXIII (ff. 147). July 1823-Aug. 1842.,George IV of England: Correspondence and papers of the 2nd Earl of Liverpool: 1820-1827.includes:f. 1 Hon Francis Hely-Huchinson: Letter to his brother Lord Donoughmore: 1823. f. 3 Hon Charles William Ste... British Library
referencedIn Vol. VI. (ff. 459). Scray Lathe.Political Tracts: "Pelegrine": in defence of Henry VIII., by W. Thomas: 1547.Henry VIII of England: Pelegrine: a tract in defence of, by W. Thomas: 1547., 19th century British Library
referencedIn LEEDS PAPERS. Vol. LV (ff. 80). A collection of tracts and other papers, transcribed in the same hand, relating to currency, politics, etc., and including many by Sir Robert Bruce Cotton, 1st Bart.; 17th cent. (aft. 1638). (1) 'Of the Proceedings aga..., 17th century British Library
referencedIn Vol. III (11. 138). Correspondence, chiefly of George Bowes (d. 1760) of Streatlam, M.P., whose only child, Eleanor Mary, married John Lyon, 9th Earl of Strathmore; 1725-1817.includes:ff. 1, 15 Martin Bowes, of Bury St. Edmunds: Correspondence with..., 1725-1817 British Library
referencedIn HARDWICKE PAPERS. Vol. D. Documents relating to the Royal Household, temp. James I., viz.-1. "A true collection as well of all the Kinges Majesties offices and fees in any the Courtes at Westminster as of all the offices and fees of [his] Majesties ..., 1603-1607 British Library
referencedIn Chartaceus, in folio, ff. 185, sec. xv. et partim xvi. a Johanne Baptista Borrio de Labia exscriptus. 1. Johannis Archenden sive Estwode, ut videtur, libellus astrollogicus de conjunctionibus h et in triplicitate aquea: capita habet undecim. fol. 1. ... British Library
creatorOf Henry VIII, King of England, 1491-1547. Signature to a document : Westminster, to Sir John Heron, Treasurer of the Chamber, 1512 Nov. 13. Pierpont Morgan Library.
referencedIn Vol. I., 1087-1575 :-1. Transcript of the foundation charter of Battle Abbey; [1086-7]. Imperfect. (See Harl. Ch. 83 A. 12.) f. 1. 2. Ten leaves from a MS containing correspondence between the English and Papal Courts in the 12th cent. Lat. Vellum. ..., 1087-1575 British Library
referencedIn " THE APOLOGY Of the Church of England " : a translation of the " Apologia pro Ecclesia Anglicana " by John Jewel, D.D., Bishop of Salisbury, first printed in 1562. Paper; ff. 65. A.D. 1727. Belonged to George Bridges. Quarto.John Jewel, DD, Bishop o... British Library
referencedIn Vol. CCXII, 1874-1882includes:f. 47 Edwin Palmer, Archdeacon of Oxford: Letter to Lord Selborne: 1880.f. 53 Alfred Robinson, of New College, Oxford: Letter to Lord Selborne: 1880.: Printed.f. 63 Lady Laura Elizabeth Ridding, née Palmer; wife of..., 1874-1882 British Library
referencedIn "CHAOS:" miscellaneous papers and notes relating to English biography, heraldry, topography, antiquities, etc., by Joseph Hunter. Among the contents are -1. Biographical notices of literary men from Chaucer downwards, f 4. 2. Notices of reputed here..., 19th century British Library
referencedIn EXTRACTS FROM PUBLIC RECORDS, etc.,, 17th century British Library
referencedIn LIST of ecclesiastical benefices in England and Wales, with their yearly values and patrons, and in most cases the names of the incumbents and date of their institution; originally drawn up in 1622, butt having changes noted down to 1648. The earlies..., 1622-1648 British Library
referencedIn Willement, Thomas, 1786-1871. Collection of heraldic antiquities [manuscript] : copies of pedigrees, etc., mostly in British Museum, 1826. Folger Shakespeare Library
referencedIn Vol. CCCLXXVII (ff. 496). 1-15 Jan. 1845.includes:ff. 1, 2 Sarah Austin, translator: Correspondence with Sir R. Peel: 1845. f. 3 William Bradley, Perpetual Curate of Baddesley Ensor: Letters to Sir R. Peel: 1845. f. 7 William Challis, Town Clerk of B... British Library
referencedIn "RECORDA ab anno xij Henrici VIII. usque annum xxxviij ejusdem Regis": a register of royal letters, writs, and proclamations; memoranda of acts, ordinances, recognizances, etc., of elections of town officers, and minutes of proceedings at common coun..., 1520-1532 British Library
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creatorOf MISCELLANEOUS COLLECTION of relazioni, tracts, and financial accounts relating to the Papacy, Venice, France, Spain, Tunisia, Ethiopia, and England; circa 1532-1573. Italian and Latin. Copies. The MS. includes (ff. 231-232v) the final sentence pronou... British Library
referencedIn MISCELLANEOUS Original letters and papers, etc., l5th cent.-1869. Paper; ff. 304. Folio. British Library
referencedIn CHURCH HOUSE MANUSCRIPTS: Psalms, chants, hymns etc.; 16th-early 20th cent. Mostly copies, 18th-20th cent. Partly autograph. From the collection in the library of Church House, Westminster, originally made by the Rev. John Julian when compiling his D... British Library
referencedIn WRIOTHESLEY'S HERALDIC COLLECTIONS. Vol. IV. 'Writhe's Book of Knights': collections made apparently by John Writhe, Garter King of Arms 1478-1504, and his son Sir Thomas Wriothesley, Garter King of Arms 1505-1534, mainly consisting of lists of knigh..., 14th century-16th century British Library
referencedIn TRANSCRIPTS of ecclesiastical papers, comprising articles for church government, proccedings in Convocation, copies and extracts of letters of divines and members of the Privy Council, many of which are addressed to Archbishop Parker, and kindred pap..., 18th century British Library
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referencedIn TRANSCRIPTS Of State papers and political tracts; circ. 1565-1629. The contents are :-1. A conference between William Axton, minister of Morton-Corbet, co. Salop, and [Thomas Bentham] Bishop of Lichfield, Thomas Bickley, Chancellor of Lichfield, and... British Library
referencedIn STATE Letters; 1472-1538, viz.:-1. [Richard Croke, D.D., Greek reader at the King's, afterwards Christ Church College, Oxford] to [Thomas] Crumwell; [1531 or 1532]. Holograph; with seal. f. 1. 2. [John de Vere, 15tb Earl of Oxford], to [Thomas Cromw..., 1472-1538 British Library
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referencedIn PRESENTATION, by the "Custodes Libertatis; Anglie," of John Richardson, M.A., to the Rectory of Settrington, co. York; 1649. British Library
referencedIn HOUSEHOLD-BOOK Of Queen Elizabeth, with additional matter interspersed relating to the royal household, etc., during the reigns of Henry VIII., Edward VI., and Mary. The contents are:-1. " A calendar for venison " : statement of the number of deer t..., 1526-1603 British Library
referencedIn COLLECTION of transcripts of political tracts and poems, satires, lampoons, epigrams, ballads, etc., illustrating the history of the reigns of Charles II.-Anne, and more particularly the period of the Revolution, with a few pieces dating earlier in t... British Library
referencedIn MISCELLANEOUS DIPLOMATIC AND POLITICAL PAPERS, etc., chiefly concerning the right and title of the Kings of England; 1338-late 16th cent. Partly Latin. Copies, 17th cent. 1. f. 6. Pencil drawing for a church monument; 17th? cent. 2. ff. 8-10. Another..., 17th century British Library
referencedIn SHREWSBURY (TALBOT) PAPERS. Vol. IV (ff. 175). Correspondence, etc., of the Talbots and their relatives: circ. 1400-1858. The writers include the Giffards of Chillington, in Brewood, co. Staff., the Lyttletons of Frankley, co. Worc., and the Needhams..., approximately 1400-1858 British Library
creatorOf LETTERS PATENT of Henry VIII to Sir William Hussey of London granting him lands in Underwood and Newthorpe, both co. Nott., Bonby, co. Linc., Brymde [Brind, E.R.], co. York, and Cressing [Temple], co. Essex, formerly belonging to the Prior and Conven... British Library
referencedIn Vol. CCXXIV (ff. 347). Jan.-9 Dec. 1834.includes:ff. 1, 131 Philip Henry Stanhope, Viscount Mahon; 5th Earl Stanhope: Correspondence with Sir R. Peel: 1833-1850. f. 2 John Henry Manners, 5th Duke of Rutland: Correspondence with Sir R. Peel: 1834-1849... British Library
referencedIn COLLECION Of Miscellaneous papers relating to state affairs and ecclesiastical, local and other matters in the 17th century; followed by poetical pieces, mostly of an amatory character, but of which a few are on political subjects. The most important... British Library
creatorOf Exemplification of a fine dated 1539 between Thomas [Boleyn, 1st] Earl of Wiltshire and Ormond and Margaret Boleyn, widow, and William Baldwyn, Thomas Dygnam and William Vener, relating to manors in Aylesbury, co. Bucks, 2 June 32 Henry VIII [1540]. ... British Library
referencedIn SHREWSBURY (TALBOT) PAPERS. Vol. I (ff. 29). Royal letters (29) mainly to, or concerning, Sir Gilbert Talbot as Deputy Lieut. of Calais and beginning with the commission in 1495 for his installation as K.G. Henry VIII reappointed him to Calais at the... British Library
creatorOf Henry VIII, King of England, 1491-1547. Copies of documents relating to the town of Warwick, England, ca. 1305-1769 [manuscript], ca. 1780. Folger Shakespeare Library
referencedIn STATE PAPERS and correspondence relating to the affairs of Scotland, chiefly in connection with England; 1449-1594. Among the papers relating to Mary, Queen of Scots, are transcripts of the proceedings of the Commissions at York and Westminster in 15..., 1449-approximately 1594 British Library
referencedIn A COLLECTION of pieces relating chiefly to Normandy and other parts of France, whilst in the possession of the English, viz :-Despense faicte par Jehan Hardouin, argentier de Mons. le Duc d'Orléans, en achat des draps, etc., l'an 1441 ; -Inventaire d... British Library
referencedIn FIRST GREAT SEAL of Henry VIII. being the same as that of Henry VII. with the addition of a lion and a fleur-de-lis in the field ; in white wax. [xxxvi. 7.]Henry VIII of England: Impressions of the king's first and third great seals. British Library
referencedIn TRANSCRIPT of a register of acts and proceedings of the Privy Council; 10 Aug., 32 Hen. VIII. [1540]-28 Dec., 33 Hen. VIII. [1541]. Added at the encl are:-" A book made by the Earl of Nottingham [Heneage Finch], Lord Chancellor," treating of the King..., 18th century British Library
referencedIn Copies of documents relating to the Mint; 1492-1513. 1. Letters-patent of Henry appointing Robért Fenrother and William Reed, Goldsmiths, Masters of the Mint in the Tower; 10 May, A° 7 [1492]. Lat. f. 2. 2. Indenture between Henry VII. and the above ..., 16th century British Library
referencedIn Vol. CLIII (ff. 322). 1773-1777.includes:ff. 1, 2 Sir George Chetwynd, 1st Baronet Clerk of the Privy Council: Minute of oath of the 1st Earl of Liverpool as a Privy Councillor, deed by: 1773. f. 1 (oath, f. 2) Privy Council, The: Minutes of swearin..., 1773-1777 British Library
referencedIn STATE PAPERS, historical documents, and official and private letters from 1086-7 to 1760; formerly belonging to the family of Malet, Baronets, of Wilbury, co. Wilts., and chiefly collected by Sir Jolin Malet, M.P. temp. Chas. II. Interspersed are als..., 1087-1762 British Library
referencedIn 'THE BOOKE OF THE NEWE ORDYNARYE OF THE KINGS MOST HONERABLE HOUSHOLD'; 31 Hen. VIII (1539-1540), with additions down to 35 Hen. VIII (1543-1544) at f. 66). A collection of ordinances, declarations of bouche of court, lists of wages, bills of fare, e..., 1483-1544 British Library
referencedIn Vol. DCCXII (ff. 1129 + 18*, 347*). 1856-1862.includes:ff. 1-48, 1055, 1061, 1095, 1097, 1111 Customs and Excise: Papers rel. to: 1841-1897.: Partly printed.ff. 49, 993-1005 passim University of Oxford: Papers rel. to the Royal Commission, etc.: ..., 1856-1862 British Library
referencedIn MISCELLANEOUS THEOLOGICAL TREATISES including:-(1) Introduction and six chapters of a treatise on 'Pneumatology'. Imperfect. ff. 1-27. (2) 'The History of ye General Resurrection'; 1698. ff. 28-36. (3) 'Lettre à François de Voltaire' by Josiah Marti..., 17th century-18th century British Library
creatorOf Benvenuto da Imola, Romuléon, translated by Jean Miélot, 1480 British Library
referencedIn ORDINANCES of Henry VIII. " concerning the ordering and service of his chambers and the dueties of his officers and seruauntes belonging to the same"; made "by thadvise of his most noble Counsell," 4 Feb. a 17 [1526]. At the encl are forms of homage ..., 1508-1550 British Library
referencedIn Vol. CCCXXXII (ff. 347). 18-30 July 1842.includes:ff. 1, 3 Margaret Erskine Kennedy, wife of Archibald, 1st Marquess of Ailsa: Correspondence with Sir R. Peel: [1842?].ff. 5-9 Lieutenant Thomas Waghorn, RN: Letters to Sir R. Peel: 1835-1846.f. 11... British Library
referencedIn Vol. ccxvi. (ff. 553). General Correspondence Jan. 1760.George II of England: Correspondence of the Duke of Newcastle, Sec. of State, etc.: 1727 -1760.: Home and Diplomatic.includes:ff. 1, 17, 63, 140, 142, 184, 250, 255, 259, 335, 343, 403, 407, 45... British Library
referencedIn Vol. CV, 1884-May 1885includes:f. 18 Sir Edward Walter Hamilton, GCB; Secretary to W E Gladstone: Correspondence with C. S. Murdoch: 1883-1884.f. 18 Charles Stewart Murdoch: Correspondence with E. W. Hamilton: 1883-1884.ff. 18 b, 71 Charles Edw... British Library
referencedIn Sloane 1207Paper, in 4to, ff. 54, XVI century.1. Letter from Thomas Alwaye to [Anne Boleyn?] stating that the Cardinal [Wolsey] having heard of his purchasing an English Testament and other prohibited books, had committed him to the Tower for almost ... British Library
referencedIn ABERDEEN PAPERS. Vol. CLXI (ff. 310). Correspondence with:-(1) George Douglas Campbell, 8th Duke of Argyll; 1850-1860. ff. 1-176. (2) Robert Monsey Rolfe, Baron Cranworth, Lord Chancellor; 1852-1856. ff. 177-310b.includes:ff. 1-176 George Douglas..., 1850-1860 British Library
referencedIn Mucci, John C., 1953-. Henry's birthday : SATB chorus : for the 1992 Wilton Singers' Eliabethan feast / music and lyrics by John Mucci. New York Public Library System, NYPL
creatorOf Henry VIII, King of England, 1491-1547. Signature to a document : Greenwich, to Sir John Heron, Treasurer of the Chamber, 1511 Mar. 8. Pierpont Morgan Library.
referencedIn COLLECTION of anthems, in score, begun by R[ichard] Guise in 1768, and apparently in his hand. The composers are Henry VIII (?), W. Mundy, O. Gibbons, Tallis, Byrd, Tye, Bull, Child, Blow, R. Parsons, Weldon, Stroud, C. King, Jeremiah Clark, Church, ..., 1768 British Library
referencedIn Vol. CLXXVII (ff. 288). 1815, 1816.includes:f. 1 Arthur Wellesley, 1st Duke of Wellington: Negotiations for purchase of the Radley estate for: 1815. f. 1 Sir George Bowyer, 6th Baronet: Proposed purchase of his estate in Berkshire: 1815. f. 1 Radle..., 1815-1816 British Library
referencedIn Vol. I A (ff. 158). 1541-1608; 1628-1634.Accompts: Perceval family, Earls of Egmont and Barons Arden; private and estate accompts, etc.: 1632-1825.includes:f. 1 Anthony St Leger, Lord-Deputy of Ireland: Letter to, from Henry VIII,: 1541.: Copy 17th..., 1628-1634 British Library
referencedIn Vol. CCCXXII (ff. 286). July-Sept.1865.includes:ff. 1, 169, 207, 237, 243 Sir William George Anderson, KCB; Assistant Paymaster-General: Correspondence with W. E. Gladstone: 1852-1875.f. 3 Revenue: Papers rel. to the Budget: 1848-1883.: Partly p... British Library
referencedIn Catalogue of Knights of the Bath made at Henry VIII's Coronation, with Coats of Arms, 1650 Cambridge University Library, Department of Manuscripts and University Archives
referencedIn CAST of the rev. of the Great Seal of Henry VIII.Henry VIII of England: Cast of seal. British Library
referencedIn LETTERS of J. Cromwell, Chancellor, and the University of Cambridge, recognising Henry VIII. as supreme head of the Church of England; 23 Oct. 1535. Lat. With signatures. British Library
referencedIn MISCELLANEOUS political papers from the collection of Sir Richard Temple, K.B., 3rd Bart., of Stowe, M.P. for Buckingham 1658-1697; consisting of short notes and extracts relating to the political events of that period, including the questions of the... British Library
referencedIn Winchcombe Abbey; Gloucestershire: Grant of a manor formerly possessed by: 1540.Sir Thomas Pope: Grant to, of various manors etc.: 1540.Henry VIII of England: Grant of lands of dissolved religious houses: 1540.Bruerne Abbey; Oxfordshire: Grant of a g... British Library
referencedIn Vol. VI., 1700-1762:-1. John Locke to Edward Clarke, on private affairs; Oates, 23 Jan. 1699[1700]. f. 1. 2. "A Collection of the several Addresses in the late King James's time: Concerning the Conception and Birth of the pretended Prince of Wales";..., 1700-1762 British Library
referencedIn Vol. III. (ff. 276). 1. "A MEMORIALL, Occasioned by ye statute 25 Car. 2, for preventing dangers from Popish Recusants." f. 3. 2. "Authoritys concerning ye King's prerogative." f. 4. 3. "Of non obstantes." f. 15. 4. "Of ye King's prerogative." f. 16.... British Library
referencedIn William Sakevyle: Letters patent to: 1544.Henry VIII of England: Letters patent to W. Sakevyle: 1544.Caterham, Surrey: Grant of the manor and rectory of: 1544.Brentwood, Essex: Grant of " Thomas Bekettes " chapel in: 1544.Sackvulle family: Deeds rela... British Library
creatorOf Henry VIII, King of England, 1491-1547. [Excerpts from British Museum Add. MS. 31922. Containing compositions by Henry VIII, Thomas Faredyng, Fayrfax, W. Cornysche.]. Eastman School of Music
referencedIn A MORAL treatise, in Latin, by John Skelton, poet laureate, dedicated to Prince Henry, afterwards Henry VIII., and dated Eltham, 28 Aug. 150 1. Imperfect. Probably the MS. entitled "Methodus Skeltonidis laiireati," at one time in the library of Linco..., 16th century British Library
referencedIn COLLECTIONS, genealogical, legal, and historical. Sir Thomas Phillipps (see his Catal. Manuscriptorum under no. 3765, and Collectanea Topogr. et Geneal. vol. i, p. 20) regarded the collection as made by Robert Aske, whose name occurs several times. I..., 16th century British Library
referencedIn Vol. V. (ff. 111). Miscellaneous, but chiefly prominent historical figures. In narrative form, in Birch's autograph.includes:f. 1 Henry Stafford, 2nd Duke of Buckingham d 1483: Biographical notice: 18th cent.f. 5 Henry VII of England: Biographica... British Library
referencedIn includes:ff. 1-57 1049 Medicine: Charms and Receipts. Orationes et receptæmedica.: 10th-18th centt.f. 30b Henry VIII of England: A plaster for Qu. Anne of Cleves: 16th cent.ff. 58-61 (1606-1622) Medicine: Charms and Receipts. Orationes et recep... British Library
referencedIn Ireland: Letters and papers of Dr. E. Borlase, relating chiefly to the Rebellion of 1641.: 1608-1682.Edmund Borlase, MD, of Chester: Letters and papers, chiefly rel. to the Rebellion in Ireland: in 1641, late 17th cent.includes:f. 1 London PARISHES... British Library
referencedIn John, Lord Acton: Papers, 17th-early 20th century Cambridge University Library, Department of Manuscripts and University Archives
referencedIn Henry VIII of England: First seal of Common Pleas: 1523, 1538.Court of CommonPleas: Seals of Edw. IV, Hen. VII and Hen. VIII for: 1473-1538. British Library
referencedIn DE PRAESULIBUS ANGLIAE COMMENTARIUS (f. 3), by Francis Godwin, Bishop of Llandaff and (1617) of Hereford, being the Latin version of his Catalogue of the Bishops of England, 1601; 1616. The printed work (lacking the Appendix) interleaved and re-bound..., 1616 British Library
referencedIn "THE PARLIAMENT houlden att Westminster the fourth of February the third yeare of our Soveraigne Lord Kinge Henry the eigth" [1512]: a representation in colours of the procession of the King and the lords spiritual and temporal on their way to Parlia..., 16th century British Library
referencedIn Vol. DXXIII (ff. 237). 1868.includes:f. 3 William Jack, Professor of Natural Philosophy at Owens College, Manchester: Letter to W. E. Gladstone: 1868.ff. 8, 34, 49, 200, 212 Education: Papers rel. to proposed reforms: 1853-1885.: Partly printed.f..., 1868 British Library
referencedIn COPIES of political pamphlets, pieces in verse, prophecies, etc., chiefly relating to events of the reign of James I., and particularly to the proposed marriage between Charles, Prince of Wales, and the Infanta of Spain, about 1620-1625, and at subse..., 17th century British Library
creatorOf Henry VIII, King of England, 1491-1547. [Document, 1513 Nov. 13, Windsor Castle] / Henry Viii. Smith College, Neilson Library
creatorOf Bestiary and Lapidary ('the Rochester Bestiary'), approximately 1230-14th century British Library
referencedIn TRANSCRIPT of the instructions and correspondence of Sir Ralph Sadler, Ambassador to Scotland, during the years 1539 and 1543. See A. Clifford, State Papers, etc., of Sir R. Sadler, 1809, vol. i., pp. 3-351. Paper; ff. 116. Late xvith cent. Folio. British Library
referencedIn Henry VIII of England: Deeds rel. to livery of lands to J. Talbot: 1511, 1512.: Sign-manuals.William Troutbeck, d 1510 KB 1482: Deeds rel. to livery of lands late belonging to, to J. Talbot and his wife: 1511-1512.John Talbot, d 1611 of Grafton; son ... British Library
referencedIn Vol. I., 1087-1575 :-1. Transcript of the foundation charter of Battle Abbey; [1086-7]. Imperfect. (See Harl. Ch. 83 A. 12.) f. 1. 2. Ten leaves from a MS containing correspondence between the English and Papal Courts in the 12th cent. Lat. Vellum. ..., 1087-1575 British Library
referencedIn PRIVY purse expenses of Henry VIII., made up monthly, Nov. 1529-Dec. 1532. Signed by the King at the end of each month. Paper. In the original binding. Belonging to Sir Orlando Bridgeman in 1634. Folio. British Library
referencedIn 40166. MISCELLANEOUS FRAGMENTS, LETTERS AND PAPERS., 1100-1902 British Library
referencedIn Vol. DCXLIII (ff. 339). 1838-1839includes:ff. 2-336 passim Theology: Memoranda by W. E. Gladstone on theological subjects: [1829]-1894.ff. 4-339 passim Religion: Memoranda by W. E. Gladstone rel. to: 1832-1894.ff. 5-107 passim Poetry ENGLISH: V..., 1838-1839 British Library
referencedIn "JOURNAL of the Campaign in Portugal, by John Westcott, late Master of the Band, lst Battalion, 26th or Cameronian Regiment of Foot"; 1811-1812. Paper ; ff. 120. Small Quarto., 1811-1812 British Library
referencedIn Sloane 1465Paper, in 4to., ff. 235, XVII Century.Copies of various letters and papers, chiefly by Mr. John Dury, respecting the Church.1. 'A memoriall concerning Mr. John Dury.' f. 1.2. 'Copia Instrumenti Theologorum Britannorum, sive, Exemplar Liter... British Library
creatorOf England and Wales. Sovereign (1509-1547 : Henry VIII). Warrant from Henry VIII, King of England, York Place, to Sir Randolph Brereton, Chamberlain of the County Palatine of Chester [manuscript], 1529 November 8. Folger Shakespeare Library
referencedIn TRANSCRIPTS of historical letters, political tracts, and other papers, viz 1. Qu. Anne Boleyn to Henry Vlll.; " From my dolefull Pryson in the Tower," 6 May, [1536]. " Founde amonge Cromwell's Papers." Printed in Cabala, London, 1691, p. 1. f. 1. 2. ... British Library
referencedIn NOTES of the proceedings of the Parliamentary Sub-committee of Religion taken by Sir Edward Dering chairman; 23 Nov. 1640-12 Jan. 1641. Printed in the above-named volume of the Camden Society. Paper. Quarto. British Library
creatorOf Exemplification of a recovery relating to the manor of Aylesbury Berton, 12 Feb. 30 Henry VIII [1539]. Latin.Court of Common Pleas Seal of Henry VIII.Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire: Exemplification of a recovery of a manor in Aylesbury: 1539: Lat: Court ... British Library
referencedIn Vol. I. (ff. 293). A MISCELLANEOUS COLLECTION of short notes on a great variety of subjects, among which are:-(a) References as to judicature in Parliament (cf. vol. xiv.), and the phrase "placita parlementaria" in reference to the Concilium Regis. f... British Library
referencedIn HORÆ B. Mariæ. Virginis et Officia varia, scil. Calendarium, f 1.-"Quindecim oraciones ad dominum Jhesum Xpristum," f. 14;-Commemorationes de Sancta Trinitate, de S. Johanne Baptista, et de Sanctis aliis, f 22 ;-"Hore beate Marie Virginis, secundum ..., 1527 British Library
referencedIn MISCELLANEOUS TRACTS AND PAPERS, mostly relating to trade, coinage, etc.; 16th cent. Copies. Some titles by Beale. Contents list, ff. iv-vb. 1. ff. 1-18. 'The declaracion made by John Fortescu Knighte uppon certaine writinges sent out of Scotlande ag..., 1471-1599 British Library
creatorOf Jean Rotz, Boke of Idrography (The 'Rotz Atlas'), approximately 1535-1542 British Library
referencedIn TRANSCRIPT of the Valor Ecclesiasticus of Lincolnshire; 27 Hen. VIII. [l535]; from one of two copies in the First Fruits Office. Paper; xixth cont. Folio.Lincolnshire, county: Copy of the Valor Ecclesiasticus in 1535: 19th cent.England, Ecclesiastica..., 19th century British Library
referencedIn THORESBY PAPERS. Vol. I (ff. 309). Letters, etc., of Archbishops and Bishops arranged in alphabetical order of see; circ. 1551-1721. Latin and English. At the beginning are lists made by R. Thoresby of his collections of original letters and the sour..., approximately 1551-1721 British Library
referencedIn Miscellaneous treatises of Francis Bacon, Viscount St. Albans, Lord Chancellor, in various hands; 17th-18th centt. Artt. 1-11 are printed in The Works of Francis Bacon, 14 vols., 1857-1874, edited by James Spedding and others. (1) The use of the Law;..., 17th century-18th century British Library
referencedIn Boswell's Life of Johnson : including Boswell's Journal of a tour to the Hebrides and Johnson's Diary of a journey into North Wales, edited by George Birkbeck Hill, extra-illustrated, 1464-1897 (inclusive), 1724-1874 (bulk). Houghton Library
referencedIn Vol. CCCLXXVIII (ff. 469) 16-31 Jan. 1845.includes:f. 1 Reverend Armiger Sealy, of Bandon: Letter to Sir R. Peel: 1845.f. 3 Charles Cave, Chairman, W India Committee: Letters to Sir R. Peel: 1844-1846.: Signed.ff. 3-13 West Inches: Resolutions,... British Library
referencedIn 48988. MISCELLANEOUS LETTERS AND PAPERS. Paper and (artt. J,N,O.) vellum; ff. 92. Folio. XI-XX centt., 1000-1940 British Library
referencedIn Vol. 1. (ff. 267). 1. Legal and political notes copied from "a small book of ye Ld Guilfords............containing occasionall memorandums and reflexions, sans order, but most worthy to be preserved." f. 2. 2. "A charg given at a sessions of ye Mint ... British Library
referencedIn John Davis Batchelder Collection of Manuscripts, 1537-1944, (bulk 1800-1910) Library of Congress. Manuscript Division
referencedIn ORIGINAL papers of Richard Baxter, the Nonconformist, viz. :-1. Portions of a narrative of passages of his life and times; as found in Beliquiæ Baxterianæ, published by Matthew Sylvester in 1695, (pt. i., pp. 19-55, 84-86, 88-123; pt. ii., pp. 350-35..., 1659-1690 British Library
referencedIn TRESHAM PAPERS. Vol. III (ff. 214). Historical and theological collections. Included are :-1. Oath of allegiance taken by the Lords; 24 July 1455. Copy.16th cent. See J. H. Ramsay, Lancaster and York, ii, p. 187. f. 2.2. Notes from Sir Nicholas Throc..., 1455-1605 British Library
creatorOf Henry VIII, King of England, 1491-1547. Autograph signature to document, 1530 Jul. 21. Pierpont Morgan Library.
referencedIn "THE cathedrals of the United Kingdom. . . . .by Mackenzie Walcott, M.A., MDCCCLX." Printed; interleaved with MS. corrections and additions by the author. Paper. Small Octavo.Edward Charles Walcott, Precentor of Chichester Cathedral: Collections on c..., 19th century British Library
referencedIn Vol. XXXVII (ff. 302). Foliosize, Vol. ii. 1904-1908.includes:f. 1 William Henry Holland, 1st Baron Rotherham: Correspondence with Sir H. Campbell-Bannerman: 1904, 1907.f. 1 Sir John Tomlinson Brunner, 1st Baronet: Letters to Sir H. Campbell-Bann..., 1904-1908 British Library
referencedIn (I. ff. 451). 1720-1739.includes:f. 3 India, East; DUTCH EAST INDIA COMPANY: Bill to prevent British subjects from subscribing to: 1723. f. 12 London, England: Bill to regulate elections, etc., in the city: 1725. ff. 62, 72 Trade and Plantations; B..., 1720-1739 British Library
referencedIn GLADSTONE PAPERS. Vol. DCLXI (ff. 210). Memoranda on the Scottish Episcopal Church, Foreign Enlistment Act, etc., 1856-1857. Quarto.includes:ff. 1-4 Revenue: Papers rel. to the Budget: 1848-1883.: Partly printed.ff. 6-16 England, Ecclesiastical ..., 1856-1857 British Library
referencedIn TOWNSHEND PAPERS. Vol. I. Papers relating to religious questions, tempp. Eliz. Jas. I. A collection in various hands, evidently formed by a sympathizer with the Puritan party in the Church of England, probably Sir Edward Lewkenor of Denham, co. Suff...., 1558-1625 British Library
creatorOf Exemplification of a recovery of land in Stoke Maundevyle [Stoke Mandeville, co. Bucks], 6 Nov. 20 Henry VIII [1528]. Latin.Court of Common Pleas Seal of Henry VIII.Stoke Mandeville, Buckinghamshire: Exemplification of a recovery of land in Stoke Man... British Library
creatorOf ESTATE BOOK OF CHRIST CHURCH CATHEDRAL PRIORY; late 13th-early 14th cent. Latin and French, with some Anglo-Saxon. Origin: England. Compiled in the time of Prior Henry Eastry (1284-1331), with a small number of later medieval additions. Davis, Cartul... British Library
referencedIn SIR H. ELLIS AND H. J. ELLIS. Vol. II. Extracts by Henry John Ellis relating to religious houses, etc.; temp. William I-Henry VI, n.d. Partly Latin and printed. These notes were taken, circa early 20th cent., mostly from mediaeval chartularies and ch... British Library
referencedIn PLACITA coram Rege et in Communi Banco, 6 Ric. I. [1194], 9-27 Hen. III. [1224-1243], 6 Edw. I.-47 Edw. III. [1277-1373]; with index of contents. There are also a few copies of bulls of Popes Innocent IV., Clement V., Leo X., and Clement VII. f. 182;..., 17th century British Library
creatorOf Henry VIII, King of England, 1491-1547. Signature and autograph subscription to a letter : Greenwich, to the Emperor Charles V, 1531 Nov. 21. Pierpont Morgan Library.
referencedIn Vol. DXXIX (ff. 123). Mar.-June 1870.includes:f. 1 Bank of England: Papers rel. to its Government stock: 1837-1870.f. 7 (printed) Edward Cardwell, Viscount Cardwell: Memoranda by: [1868]-1870.f. 8 George Douglas Campbell, 8th Duke of Argyll: M... British Library
referencedIn BRIEF "memoirs of the archbishops and bishops of England and Wales," down to about the year 1854; by the Rev. Mackenzie E. C. Walcott, B.D. Imperfect at the beginning, wanting all the archbishops of Canterbury before Reginald Pole. Paper; xixth cent...., 19th century British Library
referencedIn Chappell, W. (William), 1809-1888. Letter: 1869 Mar. 15, Heather Down, Bracknell, Berkshire, to David Laing / Wm Chappell. University of Edinburgh - Main Library, Edinburgh University Library
referencedIn Sloane 2103Paper, in folio, ff. 265, XVI Century.1. 'An inventary made the xi day of Janyver 1547, in presence of the wurshipfull Mr. Emanuel Lucas, marchanttaillour, deputie unto the right wurshipfull fellawshipp of marchauntes adventurers in the ci... British Library
referencedIn ORIGINAL letters and autographs of royal and noble personages; 1452-1785. 1. Royal pardon for John Penycoke, Gentleman of the Royal Bodyguard, with monogram, R. H. [Henry VI.] at the top and signed at the foot by [Henry de Beaufort, 2nd Duke of] Some..., approximately 1450-1785 British Library
creatorOf England and Wales. Great Wardrobe. Warrants of the Wardrobe [manuscript], ca. 1480-1615. Folger Shakespeare Library
referencedIn MISCELLANEOUS historical and other pieces in prose and verse, viz.:-1. "The vii sages of Rome;" in verse. See the Catalogue of Romances. f. 3. 2. Lines on the words, "Memento homo quod cinis es et in cinerem reuerteris," beginning, "Wheune lyfe ys mo..., 15th century British Library
referencedIn Henry VIII of England: State papers, 1515-1525, relating to his foreign policy.: 17th cent.: Copies.includes:ff. 1, 13-25 Thomas Hannibal, Master of the Rolls: Letters to, as Ambassador at Rome, from Card. Wolsey: 1523.ff. 1, 13-25, 26-41 John Cl... British Library
referencedIn PEEL PAPERS. Vol. CCCCXXXVII (ff. 293). Correspondence of F. R. Bonham with [Edward Law, 1st Earl of] Ellenborough, [Anthony Ashley-Cooper, Lord] Ashley, [7th Earl of] Shaftesbury (1851), the philanthropist, and others whose names are given in the In..., 1832-1859 British Library
referencedIn VOCAL MUSIC; after 1530. Probably for three or four voices. The alto part, inserted in ink at the end of a printed collection of ‘xx sōges, ix of iiii partes and xi of thre partes’, by English composers, 1530. Purchased, 4 Apr. 1864.ff. 7. 143 x 191m... British Library
creatorOf England and Wales. Court of Augmentations. Copy of letters patent creating the Court of Augmentations, between ca. 1536 and ca. 1547 [manuscript], ca. 1600. Folger Shakespeare Library
referencedIn Vol. CCCLIV (ff. 456). 7-31 Oct. 1843.includes:ff. 1, 109 Francis Robert Bonham, Principal Storekeeper of the Ordnance: Correspondence with Sir R. Peel: 1829-1850. ff. 3, 7, 12-24 Captain Sir George Couper, 1st Baronet Comptroller of the Household of... British Library
referencedIn CORRESPONDENCE of the family of Pelham, of Sussex, consisting of official, business, and private and domestic letters; 1543-1722. The names of the writers will be found in the Index. Paper; ff. 204. Folio.Pelham family: General correspondence: 1543-1..., 1543-1722 British Library
referencedIn THE PENITENTIAL and other Psalms, in English verse [by John Croke, one of the six Clerks in Chancery, and afterwards, 1549-1554, a Master in Chancery]. The volume contains the "Veni Creator," the seven Penitential Psalms, and Psalms ix., xiii., xlii... British Library
referencedIn " THE PREVARICATION of Holy Church Libertyes ": the first five chapters of the work, as above (No. 113), ending with the death of Queen Mary. No general title is given, and the text varies in places from No. 113. The first chapter is headed " The law... British Library
referencedIn WRIOTHESLEY HERALDIC COLLECTIONS. Vol. II. Miscellaneous heraldic and historical material. Parts of the MS. are in Wriothesley's hand, as noted below. The contents are as follows:-(1) Documents (copies) mostly relating to the marriage of Mary, daugh..., 1217-1719 British Library
referencedIn S. Henry VIII., holding a roll [? the bull, dated 11 Out. 1521, which gave him the title "Defender of the Faith"] and supported by a Cardinal [? Wolsey] holding an open book [? Henry's book against Luther], is disputing with Charles V. before Pope Le..., 1513-1521 British Library
referencedIn HARDWICKE PAPERS. Vols. DXXIV.-DXXVI. Original Orders in Council addressed to Philip Yorke, 1st Earl of Hardwicke, while Attorney-General and Lord Chancellor; 21 Jan. 172 5/6-29 Oct. 1756. As law-officer he is chiefly consulted about bills of the Ir... British Library
referencedIn James IV of Scotland: Transcripts by Dr. R. Gray of original State papers, from 1513 to 1603, relating to Scottish History: 18th cent.Robert Gray, MD, of Newcastle-upon-Tyne: Papers relating to Scottish history, 1513-1603, collected by: 18th cent.inc... British Library
referencedIn 76877 A. Licence from Thomas [Cranmer], Archbishop of Canterbury to Henry Malett, rector of Howell, co. Linc., to hold an additional benefice, 14 Aug. 1537. Latin.Seal of Cranmer. Obverse. Design: includes Christ crucified with a scroll containing th... British Library
referencedIn Margaret, of Austria, Regent of the Netherlands, 1480-1530,. Letter signed from Margaretha of Austria, Regent of the Netherlands, Ghent, to Antoine Lebrun, receveur de l'artillerie du roi, 1520 May 15. Folger Shakespeare Library
creatorOf Henri VIII, roi d'Angleterre et d'Irlande, 1491-1547. Gentil prince de renom [Multimédia multisupport] / Attribué à Henry VIII d'Angleterre ; Denis Gasser, chant, claviers ; Yvon Guilcher, chant, hautbois rustique, cornemuse ; Jacques Dompierre, tambour, maracas. Bibliothèque nationale de France, BnF
referencedIn Henry VIII, Seal "ad causas ecclesiasticas," n.d. For a rather more complete example, see C. H. Hunter Blair, Catalogue of the Seals in the Treasury of the Dean and Chapter of Durham, vol. ii, no. 3057 and p. 429. (10056)Henry VIII of England: Seal "... British Library
referencedIn DIPLOMATIC CORRESPONDENCE AND PAPERS; 1508-1536. Latin, English, French and German. Partly drafts and copies. Contents list, f. i. 1. ff. 2-9b, 22-26. Instructions to Charles Somerset, Lord Chamberlain and 1st Earl of Worcester, and John Yonge, Maste..., 1508-1553 British Library
referencedIn VALUATIONS of all the ecclesiastical preferments in England and Wales; made in the reign of Henry VIII. Paper; XVIIIth cent. Folio. Presented by F. J. R. Smith, Esq., 18th century British Library
creatorOf England and Wales. Sovereign (1509-1547 : Henry VIII). Land grant, ca. 1510. Dartmouth College Library
referencedIn CORRESPONDENCE of Sir Robert Southwell, Clerk to the Privy Council (1664-1679), Envoy to Portugal (1665-1669) and Prussia (1680), and Chief Secretary for Ireland (1690-1702); 2 Oct. 1659-3 Aug. 1697. Prefixed (f. 1) is a copy of the conclusion of th..., 1659-1697 British Library
referencedIn ISOCRATIS oratio "de regno," et Luciani libellus "non facile credendum esse calumniæ;" Latine redditi a Joanne Boerio, et Principi Henrico [postea Henrico VIII., Regi Angliæ] dicati. At the end, "Ad eundem . . . Principem Joannis Boerii Endecasyllabu..., approximately 1505 British Library
creatorOf England and Wales. Sovereign (1509-1547 : Henry VIII). Great seal of Henry VIII, King of England [realia] Folger Shakespeare Library
referencedIn WARRANT from Henry VIII. to John Heron, "Treasurer of the Chamber," respecting Turkish alum stored at Southampton, and saltpetre, belonging to Antony Cavalari and Leonard Frescobaldi; Greenwich, 19 Mar. 1517. With the Kings signature. [See Brewers Ca... British Library
referencedIn " EPISTOLE Magistri Petri Blesensis ": sixty-six of the letters of Peter of Blois, Archdeacon of London, not arranged in the order given in Migne's Patrologiæ Cursus, vol. ccvii., but all included in that edition, excepting that numbered xlii in the ..., 13th century British Library
referencedIn Vol. DCCXI (ff. 229). 1831-1855.includes:f. 6 Newspapers Great Britain and Ireland: Nottingham Journal: 12 June 1835.f. 8 Newspapers W. Indies: Jamaica Despatch: 21 Mar. 1837.f. 10 Dundee, Forfar: Election Address of W. E. Gladstone: 1837.: Pr..., 1831-1855 British Library
referencedIn Tournay, Belgium: Sale of the city by England to France: 1519.: Lat.Francis I of France: Sale of Tournay to, by England: 1518.: Lat.Henry VIII of England: Sale of the city of Tournay to France: 1519.: Lat. British Library
referencedIn DROPMORE PAPERS (SERIES II). Vol. CCCXXXVIII A. Notes relating to churches, etc., by Charles Lyttelton, D.D., F.R.S., Bishop of Carlisle; 1758-1767. Bound volume.Charles Lyttelton, DD; FRS; Bishop of Carlisle: England, Ecclesiastical History: Notes r..., 1758-1767 British Library
creatorOf THE NEGOTIATIONS OF CARDINAL WOLSEY: transcripts of correspondence, etc., mostly between Cardinal Wolsey and various ambassadors, with short introductory comments; 1522-1525. Copy, 17th cent. Not to be confused with George Cavendish's life of Wolsey,..., 1518-1528 British Library
referencedIn CERTIFICATES OF PENANCE, etc., either for scandalous words or for immoral conduct, ordered by the consistory courts (a) of Westminster, 20 Mar. 1670-11 Jan. 1713. ff. l-24; (b) of Rochester, 17 July, 1768-16 Feb. 1772. ff. 25-43. The penances are to ... British Library
referencedIn GLADSTONE PAPERS. Vol. DCLXX (ff. 234). Memoranda on the Reform Bill, a conversation with Queen Victoria, an interview with Plus IX, etc., 1866-1867. Quarto.includes:f. 3 Joseph Timm, Solicitor to the Inland Revenue: Memorandum rel. to: 1866. f. 5 A..., 1866-1867 British Library
referencedIn includes:ff. 1-118b, 181-204b, 217-232b Medicine. Charms and Receipts: Orationes et receptæ medicæ.: 10th-18th centt.: Lat., Fr., Dutch, Engl., Germ., Ital., and Span.ff. 86-118 b Commonplace Books: : 17th cent.ff. 119-162 b Household, Royal: G... British Library
referencedIn DROPMORE PAPERS (SERIES II). Vol. CCCLV. 1. Miscellaneous correspondence; [1512?]-1784, n.d. 2. Political and miscellaneous papers; [after 1538]-1868, n.d. Including a late 16th-cent. copy of the submission to Henry VIII by the Prior, Subprior and el..., 1511-1868 British Library
referencedIn Vol. I. (ff. 248).Funerals: Ceremonies at the French court: 1285-1637.: Fr.includes:f. 184 James V of Scotland: Funeral ceremonies at the French Court for Mary of Lorraine, his widow: 1560. f. 194 b Henry VIII of England: Funeral ceremonies at the F... British Library
referencedIn 1. ORIGINAL letters addressed to Robert Beale, Clerk of the Privy Council, with papers relating to Mary, Queen of Scots, etc.; 1569-1593. 1. Letters to Robert Beale from:-Hubert Languet; Frankfurt, Antwerp, etc., 21 May, 1569-22 Apr. 1587. Lat. ff. ..., 1569-1593 British Library
referencedIn MISCELLANEOUS historical papers and original letters, 1452-1874, viz.:-A. 1. Extracts from the Flores Historiarum (Rolls Series ed., ii. pp. 190-221) relating to Hubert de Burgh. In a hand of the end of the l5th cent. f. 1. 2. Copy of proclamation ..., 1452-1874 British Library
referencedIn MISCELLANEOUS HISTORICAL MATERIALS; 12th-16th centt. Latin and English. Copies and extracts, late 16th cent. (unless otherwise described). 17th-cent. contents list, f. iv. 1. ff. 1-4. Extracts from Roger of Hoveden's chronicle relative to the descent..., 16th century British Library
referencedIn HEATH AND VERNEY PAPERS. Vol. IX (ff. 404). Miscellaneous papers relating to Rutlandshire, 1550-1683. The bulk of the volume consists of assessments for, and orders relating to levy of subsidies, warrants from J.P.'s to High and petty Constables, etc..., 1550-1683 British Library
referencedIn PAPERS RELATING TO FOREIGN AFFAIRS, etc.; 16th-17th centt. Some Latin, French and Italian. Partly copies. 1. ff. 4-43b. Tabular analysis of the state of Europe, showing military forces, religious and political affiliations, etc., with detailed accoun..., 16th century-17th century British Library
referencedIn Digby, Kenelm, 1603-1665. State letters from 1533 to ca. 1630 [manuscript], copied ca. 1650. Folger Shakespeare Library
referencedIn 1. "A CATALOGUE of Endowments, Appropriations, and other Ecclesiastical Deeds in divers public and private Repositories," f. 1. 2. "A List of the Monasteries with the dates of the first Ministers' accounts of them;" tempp. Hen. VIII.-Edw. VI., f. 38...., 19th century British Library
referencedIn Clement VII; Pope: Appointment of a nuncio to England: 1524.Henry VIII of England: Brief to, from Clement VII.: 1526. British Library
referencedIn POLITICAL, RELIGIOUS AND DIPLOMATIC PAPERS, etc.; 15th cent.-c. 1601. Some Latin and French. Copies, except where otherwise described. 1. ff. 1-3. Anon. political tract, beg. 'Monseig[neu]r encores que la bonne fortune conionte avec vostre diligence ..., 1400-1606 British Library
referencedIn DICTAMINAL TREATISES, theological works, etc., compiled at Reading Abbey and written by ' Abendone' (see artt. 18, 19, below); 15th cent. Latin.1. ff. 1-3b. Matteo de' Libri, the shorter 'Summa Dictaminis', beg. 'Cum summe plures et optime compilate ..., 15th century British Library
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referencedIn Vol. I. (ff. 240). 1. LETTERS of Smart Lethieullier, of Aldersbrook, co. Essex (ob. 1760), chiefly on Roman and Saxon antiquities, architecture, etc.; 28 Sept. 1743-1 April, 1760. ff. 1-105. Among the special subjects treated are:-The origin of buria... British Library
referencedIn Paper, folio, ff. 195, xv. Cent. A Book of Payments by the Treasurer of the King's Household from Candelmas day 29 Henr. VIII. to Midsummer day 33 Henr. VIII.Household, Royal: A Book of Payments by the Treasurer of the King's Household from Candlemas... British Library
referencedIn OFFICIAL LETTERS to Anne de Montmorency, Grand Master and Constable of France, from:-1. Louis de Perreau, Sieur de Castillon, French Ambassador in England (1537-1539), on the attempts to procure the marriage of the Princess Mary with a French Prince..., 1538-1540 British Library
referencedIn Paper, folio, ff. 75, xvi. Cent., formerly belonging to Sir Will. Detheck, Garter. 1. Letter from [Maximilian I.] King of the Romans to the inhabitants of the Duchy and County of Burgundy, in which he promises to come in a months time, to deliver the... British Library
referencedIn SONGS, ballads, and instrumental pieces, composed early in the reign of Henry VIII., and many of them by the King himself. The collection is made up of 112 pieces, of which 63 are vocal, generally for three or four voices, and 49 instrumental. Eighte... British Library
referencedIn BRIGHT PAPERS. Vol. X (ff. 193). Miscellanea, viz:-(1) Notes and extracts for use in speeches, viz:(a) At Manchester; 1849-1856. ff. 1-10;-(b) At Birmingham; 1861-1885. ff. 11-33;-(c) On Ireland; 1849-1869. ff. 33-57;-(d) Electoral Reform; 1858-187..., 1846-1885 British Library
referencedIn MISCELLANEOUS papers in French, viz.: 1. "Cest la substance de la credence donnee par [Charles] le Duc de Bourgongne à mess. Philippe de Comines, chevalier, pour dire et declairer à mons. [John, Lord] de Wennelok;" on sending an embassy to England on..., 1470-1559 British Library
referencedIn Vol. CCCXII (ff. 177). Mar. 1821-June 1823.William Smyth: Letters to the 2nd Earl.of Liverpool: 1821-1823.George IV of England: Correspondence and papers of the 2nd Earl of Liverpool: 1820-1827.includes:ff. 1, 7 Charles Chetwynd Chetwynd Talbot, 2nd ... British Library
referencedIn WARRANT of Henry VIII. for clothes for Sir Edward Nevill, Kt., and Nycholas Carew; dat. 14 Dec. a.r. 5 [1513]. With the King's Signature. [Add. Ch. 7,079.] British Library
referencedIn " THE BOOKE of Heraldrye and other thinges togither with the Order of Coronacions," etc.: a common-place book chiefly of heraldic and historical collections by Robert Commaundre (ob. 1613), Rector of Tarporley, co. Chester, and Chaplain to Sir Henry ..., 1525-1625 British Library
referencedIn 1. "REGNI Angliæ svb imperio. . . . . . .Reginæ Elizabethæ religio et gubernatio ecclesiastica;" by Richard Cosin, LL.D., Dean of the Court of Arches, etc. The title is within an engraved border by P. Bertrand. f. 1. 2. "Prima lineamenta præwsentis p..., 18th century British Library
referencedIn Flordon (Norfolk) : documents, [12--]-1533. Stanford University. Department of Special Collections and University Archives
referencedIn "L'HISTOIRE dela mort d'Aiine Boullene, royne d'Angleterre": poem in French decasyllabic couplets on the trial and death of Anne Boleyn, beg. "Les cas nouueaux et choses merueilleuses." The author dates his work from London, 2 June 1536, a fortnight ... British Library
referencedIn BLENHEIM PAPERS. Vol. CCCLXXXI (ff. 116). (1) Papers of Thomas Brudenell, 1st Earl of Cardigan, mostly relating to measures against recusants in Northamptonshire and the sequestration of Brudenell's estates; 1606-1654, n.d. Partly printed. Partly Lat..., 17th century British Library
referencedIn 'CATALOGUE OF THE LIBRARY OF KING HENRY THE EIGHTH [at Westminster], made in the 34th year of his Reign', transcribed by Thomas Astle from a Book (No. 160) in the Augmentation Office; divided into 2 parts, or alphabets; 18th cent., 18th century British Library
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referencedIn Vol. IV. (ff. 203). 1 Jan.-28 Febr. 154. 1. (a) Lord Lisle to the English Council; Alnwick Castle, 1 Jan. [154]. Signed; with paper signet. f. 2. Enclosed is (b) Sir G. Douglas to Lord Lisle; Berwick, 31 Dec. [1542]. Signed. f. 4. 2. Henry VIII. to t... British Library
referencedIn Sir Gilbert Talbot, son of Sir Gilbert Talbot, KG, Deputy Lieutenant of Calais: General pardons to: 1514, 1517.Henry VIII of England: General pardons by: 1509-1517.: Great Seals (fragm). British Library
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referencedIn VOL. I. T[homas Howard, 3rd Duke of ] Norfolk; 27 Aug. , f. 20; T[homas Wolsey], Cardinal Archbishop of York; 10 Aug. , f. 22; Henry VIII. of England; 10 Sept. [1527]-8 Aug. 1542, ff. 24 b, 26 b, 30 b, 32 b, 45 b, 47 b, 49 b, 53 b; David [Beaton, Abb..., 16th century-17th century British Library
creatorOf Exemplification of a judgement relating to land in Aylesbury, 7 Feb. 15 Henry VIII [1524]. Latin.Court of Common Pleas Seal of Henry VIII.Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire: Exemplification of a judgement rel. to land in Aylesbury: 1524: Lat: Court of Common... British Library
referencedIn Vol. I.includes:f. 9 Richard Wodehouse: Complimentary poem to R. Paston: 17th cent. ff. 11-67 Ralph Knyvett: Discourse on the harp, with poems: 1631. f. 28 b Thomas Pettus, of Rackheath, afterwards Baronet: Letter to T. Knyvett: 1638. ff. 68-73 He..., approximately 1520-1701 British Library
creatorOf Statutes and Ordinances of the Order of the Garter , 1522-approximately 1530 British Library
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referencedIn CLXXXIII. 2A, B. IMPRESSIONS, from a mould made for John Doubleday in 1833, of the obverse and reverse of the golden bulla used by Henry VIII to confirm the treaty of Anglo-French alliance, 1527, now preserved in the Archives Nationales, Paris. See W... British Library
creatorOf Henry VIII, King of England, 1491-1547. Copy of a letter : Camp before Tyrwin, to his brother-in-law James IV of Scotland, 1524 Aug. 12. Pierpont Morgan Library.
referencedIn Vol. VII (ff. 128). July 1676-1677.Accompts: Osborne family, Dukes of Leeds; official and private accompts: 1671-1835, n.d.includes:ff. 1, 59, 73 Edward Conway, 1st Viscount Conway; Secretary of State 1623: Correspondence with Lord Danby: 1675-1682... British Library
referencedIn COLLECTION Of extracts, copies of deeds, reports, counsels' opinions, etc., relating to fees and offices, crown grants, legal cases, and other matters. The contents are:-1. Scale of fees, gratuities, etc., on the election and instalment of a Knight ... British Library
referencedIn VOL. II. Transcripts from 1503 to 1682; chiefly in English. A large portion of the volume consists of private and business letters from noblemen, bishops, abbats and others, to officers of the Exchequer; and of papers relating to the Augmentation Off..., 1503-1682 British Library
creatorOf Cranmer, Thomas, 1489-1556. Copy of the original letter : Knoll, to Henry VIII, (1536) Nov. 18. Pierpont Morgan Library.
referencedIn Robert Wotton, Chief Porter of Calais; afterwards Knight: Commissions to, to receive instalments due under Treaty of Étaples: 1509, 1510.Sir John Wiltshire, Comptroller of Calais: Commissions to, to receive instalments due under Treaty of Étaples: 15... British Library
referencedIn Vol. II. (ff. 263). 16 Jan. 154½-30 Sept. 1542. 1. (a) Thomas Wriothesley, Secretary of State, to the Scotch Ambassadors in London; Westminster, Monday, ---. Holograph draft. Endorsed "16 Januarij 1541[2]." f. 2. Enclosed is (b) "The Kings Majestes a... British Library
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referencedIn WEST PAPERS. Vol. III. (ff. 365). Historical documents, extracts from records, naval and parliamentary papers, etc., many original; 1065-1759. Among them are:-1. "Homagium Malcolmi [ Malcolm III. Canmore] Regis Scocie et Edwardi filii ejus primogeni..., 1065-1759 British Library
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referencedIn Vol. XII (ff. 97). Jan.-Nov. 1688.Accompts: Osborne family, Dukes of Leeds; official and private accompts: 1671-1835, n.d.includes:f. 1 William Fryer, of Exeter: Letter to Lord Danby: 1688.f. 2 Daniel Finch, 2nd Earl of Nottingham; 7th Earl of Wi... British Library
creatorOf PAPERS RELATING TO FOREIGN AFFAIRS, PARLIAMENT, etc.; 1525-1624, n.d.. Partly Latin. Partly copies.1. ff. 1-85b. Original (unless otherwise described) correspondence of English ambassadors in France and Rome, etc.; 1530-1533, n.d. Not in LP Hen. VIII..., 1525-1625 British Library
creatorOf COLLECTION OF TRACTS, ETC.; 15th cent.-1623, n.d. Latin and English. Some copies and drafts. 1. ff. 4-11b. Treatise by Sir John Fortescue against the title of Edward IV to the throne of England; [1461-1463?] Latin. Copy. Probably written while Fortes..., 1400-1627 British Library
referencedIn " EXTRACTUM Registri in causa Anglie Matrimonialis (sic) coram R. P. D. Paulo Capisuccho, Sacri Palatii Apostolici Causarum Auditore ad referendum Sanctissimo Domino nostro Pape in eius Consistorio Secreto," etc. : a copy of the Papal register of pro... British Library
referencedIn THEOLOGICAL AND MISCELLANEOUS COLLECTION: tracts, sermons, verses, etc.; 14th cent. Latin, unless otherwise noted. Origin: England. Early 14th cent. contents list, f. 1v. Marginalia referring to the text throughout, 14th-15th cent. Financial memorand... British Library
referencedIn (III. ff. 371). 1727.Sir Robert Walpole, 1st Earl of Orford; Prime Minister: Warrants signed by, as Chancellor of the Exchequer: 1721-1733.George II of England: Warrants to Lord Hardwicke signed by: 1727-1760.William Clayton, 1st Baron Sundon; Commis..., 1727 British Library
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creatorOf Clement VII, Pope, 1478-1534. Letter : Rome, to Henry VIII, 1524 Sept 21. Pierpont Morgan Library.
referencedIn Vol. DXXVIII (ff. 187). Jan.-Feb. 1870.includes:ff. 8, 14 Education: Papers rel. to proposed reforms: 1853-1885.: Partly printed.f. 14 University of Cambridge: Papers rel. to Universities Test Bill: 1869-1870.: Printed.ff. 16-120 passim Irelan... British Library
referencedIn Vol. CCCXLIII (ff. 404). 13-26 Jan. 1843.includes:f. 1 Francis Robert Bonham, Principal Storekeeper of the Ordnance: Correspondence with Sir R. Peel: 1829-1850.f. 5 Robert Thurburn, formerly Consul al Alexandria: Letters to Dr. J. Bowring: 1842, ... British Library
referencedIn DEED whereby Henry VIII., in view of his marriage with Lady Anne, sister of William, Duke of Juliers, Gueldres, Cleves, etc., grants to her, in part satisfaction of dower and jointure, the manors of Waltham Magna, Maysbury, Dunmowe, Lighes Magna, Bad..., 1539 British Library
referencedIn "RELATIONE d'Inghilterra": account of England and its political condition, by Cardinal Guido Bentivoglio, Papal Nuncio in the Spanish Netherlands; with an introductory letter to Cardinal Borghese, dat. Brussels, 31 Jan. 1609. Italian. Followed by (a)..., 17th century British Library
referencedIn STATUTES AND TREATISES. 1. f. 1. Chapters of 'Quoniam attachiamenta', numbered lxxxj-lxxxiii, as 48032, f. 235. Latin.2. ff. 1b-5. 'Incipit quoddam notabile de maritagio. Tractatus immediate post Regiam Maiestatem.', in 18 chapters. Latin and Scots. ..., 1184-1599 British Library
referencedIn DECLARATION against the papal supremacy in England in these words: "Romanus episcopus non habet maiorem aliquam iurisdictionem collatam sibi a deo in sacra scriptura in hoc regno Angliae quam alius quiuis externus episcopus," signed by both the Archi..., 1534 British Library
creatorOf Pandolfo Collenuccio, Apologues and Lucian of Samosata, Dialogues, 1509-approximately 1517 British Library
referencedIn TREATY of peace and alliance between Henry VIII. of England and Charles I. of Spain ; with the commissions of the ambassadors on either part. Dat. Brussels, 19 Apr. 1516. Under the signatures and seals of Sir Edward Ponynges, K.G., Comptroller of the... British Library
referencedIn GRANT by Henry VIII to John Brocket, John Alwey and Nicholas Bristowe, of the manor of Holmes al. Cannons, in Shenley, the manor and advowson of Ayot St Lawrence, and lands in Sandridge, etc., co. Hertf., 25 July, 35 Hen. VIII [1543] (Letters and Pap... British Library
referencedIn Vol. XXXVI (ff. 265). Folio size, Vol. i. 1871-1903.includes:ff. 2-21, 136-140 Army; England: Papers rel. to organisation: [1871?]-1892.: Partly printed.f. 22 Dunfermline, Fifeshire: Resolutions of Town Council rel. to Sir H. Campbell-Bannerman: ..., 1871-1903 British Library
referencedIn Paper, folio, ff. 333, xvi. Cent. 1. "A Treatise conteyning the life and maner of deathe of that most holy prelate and constant martyr of Christ, Johne Fyssher, Bisshop of Rochester and Cardinall of the holy churche of Rome." fol. 1. Printed, with co... British Library
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referencedIn Vol. XIII. (ff. 634). July, 1852-July, 1854.includes:ff. 1, 67, 91, 180, 518, 562, 594, 600, 623 Sir Thomas Phillipps, Baronet; of Middle Hill: Yetters to Rev. P. Bliss: 1820-1857. ff. 3, 314, 392 Albert Way, FSA: Letters to Rev. P.-Bliss: 1844-1855... British Library
referencedIn (ff. 494). 1. " RELATION de cc qui fut négotié en l'an 1525 [1527] avec Henry VIII., Roy d'Angleterre, et le Cardinal [Thomas Wolsey, Archbishop] d'York, par [Gabriel de Grammont] l'Evesque de Tarbe, [François] le Vicomte de Turenne, et le Président ... British Library
referencedIn Vol. DCXLVIII (ff. 175). Sept.-Dec. 1843.Trade and Plantations; Board of Commissioners for: Papers of W. E. Gladstone as Vice-President and President: 1841-1845.includes:ff. 1, 16 Customs and Excise: Papers rel. to: 1841-1897.: Partly printed.ff. ... British Library
referencedIn Royal Greenwich Observatory. William Henry Mahoney Christie Papers, 1878-1940. American Institute of Physics, Niels Bohr Library
referencedIn HISTORICAL papers relating to the invasion of England by the Spanish Armada, and to the war in the Netherlands; from 1585/6 to 1599: 1. "Discorso sopra le potenti ragioni che debbono spingere il Re Cattco piu tosto all' impresa de Inghilterra che a q..., 1586-1599 British Library
referencedIn COLLECTIONS relating to conventual and church architecture in England, by Mackenzie E. C. Walcott, B.D., F.S.A., Precentor and Prebendary of Chichester; consisting chiefly of MS. plans of Religious Houses and of printed papers published orignally in ..., 19th century British Library
referencedIn Way, Albert, 1805-1874. Letter: 1867 May 13, Wonham Manor, Reigate, to David Laing / Albert Way. University of Edinburgh - Main Library, Edinburgh University Library
referencedIn " REPERTORIUM sive Elenchus Parliamentorum," tempp. Edw. III. -Edw. IV. : an alphabetical index of subjects. At the end (f. 41) is a copy of the recantation by Edward Spence, on 6 Nov. 1686, of a sermon preached by him before the University at St. Ma... British Library
referencedIn Liturgies LATIN: Horae B. Mariæ Virginis: 14th-16th cent.: Lat. and Fr.: Fragm.includes:f. 72 Henry VIII of England: Holograph inscription in a book of Prayers: post 1509.f. 74 b Thomas Wolsey, Cardinal; Archbishop of York: Inscription in a book ... British Library
referencedIn Vol. DL (ff. 184). 1888-1895.includes:f. 1 Taxes: Papers rel. to probate and legacy duties: 1851-1888.: Partly printed.ff. 6, 12, 14, 16 Torquay, Devon: Addresses from Liberal Associations: 1889.f. 9 Romsey, Hampshire: Address from the Corporat..., 1888-1895 British Library
referencedIn Sir Gilbert Talbot, KG; Deputy Lieutenant of Calais: Petition for pardon to Henry VIII: circ. 1517.: Draft.Henry VIII of England: Petition for pardon by Sir G. Talbot: circ. 1517.: Draft. British Library
referencedIn Qu. Catharinc of Aragon.Henry VIII of England: Cast of seal of Qu. Katharine of Aragon. British Library
referencedIn THE latter part of the printed edition of Le Neve's Fasti (ed. 1716) beginning with the diocese of Winchester (p. 283); with numerous MS. additions on the margins and interleaves. Among some papers at the end are: Lists of the Vicars of Lewisham, co...., 18th century British Library
referencedIn ALPHABET OF ARMS, in blazon, and many also in trick; according to a note by John Anstis (f. 1), "in the hand of Sr Christopher Barker, Garter [1536-1549], with his grants at the end of each letter." Included also are copies of:-1. Acquittance by Sir... British Library
referencedIn Vol. CCCXLV (ff. 283). Mar. -May 1871.includes:f. 1 Sir Frederic William Burton, artist: Letters to W. E. Gladstone: 1871-1893. f. 3 Freshfields; Messrs.; solicitors: Correspondence with W. E. Gladstone: 1840-1891. f. 5 Vernon Lushington, QC; Second... British Library
referencedIn Vol. CCCLXXIII (ff. 422). 25 Oct.-13 Nov. 1844.includes:ff. 1, 308 Andrew Bonar, merchant, of London: Letters to Sir R. Peel: 1844.f. 3 Athens: Letter from the Archaeological Society to A. Bonar: 1844.: Transl.ff. 4, 6 Alexander Pringle, MP; Co... British Library
referencedIn England and Wales. Sovereign (1509-1547 : Henry VIII). Letters patent and graunts of mannors and land by King Henry the Eight in the XXXVIIth yeere of his Raygne (1546-47), [ca. 1625]. Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library
creatorOf ROYAL LETTERS AND WARRANTS signed by Henry VIII, Mary of Guise, Queen Consort of James V, James VI and I, Charles II, William III and George III; 1542-1783. Presented, with Add. Ch. 75501, 75502 and 75844, by Norwich Museums Committee through R. R. C..., 1542-1783 British Library
referencedIn MISCELLANEOUS historical, heraldic, and other papers, 16th-18th centt., viz.:-1. Treatise on the Revenues of France, composed shortly before the outbreak of the Revolution. f. 2. 2. Copy of a letter from Charles Delafaye, Under-Secretary of State, t... British Library
referencedIn Vol. CCCXXXIX (ff. 323). Jan.-16 Feb. 1870.includes:ff. 1, 200 England, Ecclesiastical History: Correspondence of the Ecclesiastical Commissioners with W. E. Gladstone: 1864-1871.f. 3 Lord Ronald Charles Sutherland-Leveson-Gower, son of George, ... British Library
referencedIn 30,170 A-0. MISCELLANEOUS papers. Paper and Vellum; ff. 57. Folio., 1321-1834 British Library
referencedIn HISTORICAL COLLECTIONS of the Rev. George Harbin (d. 1744), nonjuror, concerning the institution, ordination, etc., of Archbishops, Bishops and priests, and also on liturgies (ff. 22-23, 110-129b, 131b, 134), the authority of Councils (ff. 87-109), o... British Library
referencedIn " INDEX to Church Goods and Monastic Inventories in the Public Record Office, by Mackenzie E. C. Walcott, B.D., F.S.A." Paper; ff. 89. xixth cent. Octavo. Presented by Rev. M. E. 0. Walcott., 19th century British Library
creatorOf Henry, VIII, King of England, 1491-1547. Autograph signature to order : Windsor, to Lord Windsor, 1534 Aug. 13. Pierpont Morgan Library.
referencedIn Vol. DVII (ff. 175). Jan.-Apr. 1861.includes:ff. 1, 2, 86, 162 Charles Pressly, KCB1866 Secretary to Commissioners of Stamps and Taxes: Correspondence with W. E. Gladstone: 1853-1869.ff. 4-174 passim Customs and Excise: Papers rel. to: 1841-1897.... British Library
referencedIn " A BRIEFE DECLARATION of the number of all promotions ecclesiasticall of whatsoeuer name or title at the taxation of firste fruites and tenthes, with the yearelie value of eache bushoppricke deanery, and archdeconrie, and the tenthe of the cleargie ... British Library
referencedIn JOHN STOW (d.1605): list of English and Welsh parish livings and religious establishments; circa 1541. Autograph. This work, which was compiled late 16th cent., is based on an unidentified source to which Stowe appears to allude in a note (f. 14v), a..., approximately 1541 British Library
referencedIn Halliwell-Phillipps, J. O. (James Orchard), 1820-1889,. Autograph letter signed from J.O. Halliwell-Phillipps, Islip, Oxfordshire, to Henry Colburn [manuscript], 1845 March 29. Folger Shakespeare Library
referencedIn THREE declamations in French by Jean de Luxembourg, Abbot of Ivry, Bishop of Pamiers 1540-1548, third son of Charles, Comte de Brienne. His name " Jehan de Luxembourg " is appended to each. Contents:-1. " Remonstrance faicte par la seur du due de Ju..., 16th century British Library
referencedIn Whittow, B. (Benjamin). [Engraved copper printing plates for twelve portraits in Thane's British autobiography] [realia] Indiana University
referencedIn Commission issued by Henry VIII. to Sir Giles Strangways, Sir Thomas Trenchard and others for the valuation of ecclesiastical property iii co. Dorset; 30 Jan. 36 Hen. VIII. [1545]. With signed instructions attached. The names of the commissioners are... British Library
referencedIn Vol. III. (ff. 243). 1 Oct.30 Dec. 1542. 1. [The English Privy Council] to the Duke of Norfolk and his colleagues; n.d. Draft. Endorsed "Prima Octob. a° xxxiiij° [1542]. f. 2. The original letter is in Harl. 6,989, f. 101. 2. [The same] to the same; ... British Library
creatorOf Henry VIII, King of England, 1491-1547. Contemporary copy or draft of a letter : to his sister, Margaret, Queen of James IV of Scotland, [n.d.]. Pierpont Morgan Library.
referencedIn ORIGINAL LETTERS and documents, written or signed by the following persons, viz. [Walter, Lord] Hungrefforde, H[umphrey Plantagenet, Duke of] Gloucester, H[enry Chicheley], Archbishop of Canterbury, P[hilip Morgan], Bishop of Ely, J[ohn Stafford], Bi..., 1433-1817 British Library
creatorOf Henry VIII, King of England, 1491-1547. Document issued under the great seal : Westminster, 1536 Jun. 7. Pierpont Morgan Library.
referencedIn MISSAL, OF YORK USE; early 15th cent. The contents and text agree substantially with those printed, from other sources, by W. G. Henderson,Missals ad Usum Insignis Ecclesiae Eboracensis, 2 vols., Surtees Soc., vols. lix, lx, 1874 for 1872, to whom th... British Library
referencedIn HISTORICAL COLLECTION to illustrate the times of Henry V, made by Robert Sanderson (d. 1741), Clerk of the Rolls, one of the editors of Rymer's Fædera. It consists of extracts and copies of documents relating chiefly to the French war, the Lollards, ..., 18th century British Library
referencedIn Francis I of France: Treaty with England respecting the tribute of salt: 1530.Henry VIII of England: Treaty with France respecting the tribute of salt: 1530. British Library
referencedIn 'AFFLICTIONS THE LOTT OF THE GODLY': religious tract by an unidentified woman writer; mid-17th cent. Calligraphic fair-copy. The sub-title (f. 2) describes it as 'Some few pious meditations and observations Collected by a truly pious and religious ge... British Library
referencedIn " LIBER taxationum omnium beneficiorum in Anglia anno 20mo regis Edwardi 1mi [1291-2] factus, Nicholao papa iv. jubente." A copy by John Ecton, with the note by him (f. 4), " This book is taken from a copy made by Mr. [Stephen] Hurman, B.D. [1692], o... British Library
creatorOf Campeggi, Lorenzo, 1474-1539. Copy of Extract from a speech by Lorenzo Campeggi addressed to Henry VIII, 1519, [early 17th century]. Folger Shakespeare Library
referencedIn Vol. XI. (ff. 247). 1 Nov. 1544-6 Sept. 1545. 1. Lord Shrewsbury, the Bishop of Durham, and Sir R. Sadler to the English Privy Council; Darneton, 1 Nov. [1544]. In Sadler's hand. Signed; with paper signet. f. 2. 2. The English Privy Council to Lord S... British Library
creatorOf PAPERS CONCERNING RELATIONS BETWEEN ENGLAND AND THE HANSEATIC LEAGUE; temp. John-1587. Latin, English, French and German. Copies, late 16th cent. The manuscript is annotated by Beale throughout and may have been compiled on his instructions in or aro..., 1409-1599 British Library
referencedIn Vol. CLXXX (ff. 379). 1819 (undated), 1820.George IV of England: Correspondence and papers of the 2nd Earl of Liverpool: 1820-1827.includes:ff. 1-35 Bank of England: Papers rel. to the restoration of cash payments: 1819, n d. ff. 36, 139, 157, 158, ..., 1819-1820 British Library
referencedIn POLITICAL and other papers, partly in the handwrtings of Henry and Richard Oxenden; 1621-1641:-1. Proceedings in parliament against Lord Chancellor Bacon; 1621, f. 1. 2. "The deliuerie [to James I.] of the 2 declaracions of both houses of parliament..., 1621-1641 British Library
referencedIn Vol. DCLII (ff. 224). 1848-1849.includes:ff. 1-221 passim Theology: Memoranda by W. E. Gladstone on theological subjects: [1829]-1894.ff. 3-10 Kathrine Panton, of Fraserburgh: Papers rel. to the Panton Trust: 1848.ff. 12, 63, 64, 72, 73 Religio..., 1848-1849 British Library
referencedIn MISCELLANEOUS BIOGRAPHICAL AND LITERARY MEMORANDA by Thomas Birch; 18th cent. Latin, French and English. Included are:-(a) notes and lists of learned women. ff. 21-24;-(b) abstract of observations by Philip Yorke on the State Paper Office; 1746. ff...., 18th century British Library
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referencedIn TRESHAM PAPERS. Vol. II (ff. 250). Correspondence and papers ; 1598-1605. Included are :--1. " Whether ye innocentt husbande may by law be bound to pay for his wyfe's recusancye." In Tresham's hand. An unascribed memorandum on this subject is calend..., 1598-1605 British Library
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referencedIn MISCELLANEOUS COLLECTION of papers, tracts, copies of letters, etc., 15th-18th centt., written in many different hands, as follows:-1. List of State Papers and Letters relating to England and her dealings with the Netherlands, France, etc., tempp. H... British Library
referencedIn COPIES of historical letters, and other papers, of the XVIIth cent., viz.: 1. "Sir Walter Rawleighes letter to his Maiestye after the Retorne of his voyage from Guyana," f. 3. 2. "King James his extemporary speech at the first touchinge of a diseased..., 17th century-18th century British Library
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referencedIn Commission issued by Henry VIII. to Sir Giles Strangways, Sir Thomas Trenchard and others for the valuation of ecclesiastical property iii co. Dorset; 30 Jan. 36 Hen. VIII. [1545]. With signed instructions attached. The names of the commissioners are... British Library
referencedIn " A TREWE STORIE of the Catholicke prisoners in Yorke Castle their behaviour and defence of yecatholicke Religion when they were hail'd by force to the Protestantes sermons, anno domini 1600, with a confutation of Cooke the Ministers sermon by C. J. ..., 17th century British Library
referencedIn Copy of the Act of Resumption, 6 Henry VIII. [1514];-Entries of' bonds and obligations of debt to the Crown, 2 Hen. VII.-10 Hen. VIII. ;-Inrolment of letters patent and other warrants for the payment of fees and wages, from the Crown, 1-15 Hen. VIII...., 19th century British Library
referencedIn Charles II of England: Register of writs of Privy Seal, royal warrants and other State papers.Sir Edward Walker, Garter King at Arms: Warrant to, for augmentation of the arms of F. Wolfe: 1660.Sir John Nicholas, Clerk of the Privy Council: Register o... British Library
referencedIn A VOLUME of the Collections made by Sir Julius Caesar, Judge of the High Court of Admiralty, and Master of the Rolls, temp. James I containing the following Papers and LettersNotes and accompts of the charges for works, etc. at the various Royal hous... British Library
referencedIn Henry VIII of England: Grant of wardship of lands late bel. to W. Aske: 1514.Sir William Bulmer: Royal grant to: 1514.William Aske: Grant of wardship of lands late bel. to: 1514.Aske, North Riding of Yorkshire: Deeds rel. to: circ. 1319-1561. British Library
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referencedIn ECCLESIOLOGICAL COLLECTIONS made by John Thomas Micklethwaite, F.S.A., architect of Westminster Abbey (d. 1906). six volumes. Vols. I.-IV. Miscellaneous subjects. Vols. V., VI. Saxon churches. Vol. VII. Ground-plans of Saxon churches. Presented by So... British Library
referencedIn Commission of Henry VIII. for provision for the royal household in cos. York and Lincoln; 1544.Henry VIII of England: Commission for provisions for the royal household: 1544. British Library
referencedIn "NOTICES of ministers ejected from benefices in the county of York. Derived from Dr Calamy's Nonconformists Memorial; with genealogical and other additions, by William Paver, A.M." Small Quarto.England, Ecclesiastical History: Notes on the clergy of ..., 19th century British Library
referencedIn Vol. DCLXVI (ff. 344). 1861-1866.includes:f. 8 Navy; England: Papers rel. to the estimates: 1844-1894.ff. 12-128 passim Taxes: Papers rel. to probate and legacy duties: 1851-1888.: Partly printed.ff. 14, 42 Charles Cecil Trevor, Controller of ..., 1861-1866 British Library
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referencedIn PAPERS relating to church architecture and history, etc., by Mackenzie E. C. Walcott, B.D., F.S.A. The subjects are:-Westminster Abbey, 1851, f. 1;-St Paul's Cathedral, London parishchurches, etc., f. 134;-The bishops of Bath and Wells, f. 165;-York..., 19th century British Library
referencedIn Sloane 1585Paper, in small 8vo, ff. 57, XVI Century, bound with the preceding number.A collection of medical receipts, prescriptions, etc. ff. 1-57. Amongst them is the receipt for dying velvet in different colours.Thomas Darcy, Baron Darcy of Chiche... British Library
creatorOf Henry VIII, King of England, 1491-1547. An indenture of covenant of assurance for the grant under a Privy Seal by Henry VIII to Thomas Grey, 2nd Marquess of Dorset and Margaret his wife of the manors of Loughborough and Sheepshead, Leicestershire, in exchange for a grant to the King by the Marquess of the manors of Grafton and Hertwell in Northamptonshire. Signed by the King, by Cardinal and Archbishop of York Thomas Wolsey and by Sir Thomas More, June 29, 1527. Huntington Library, Art Collections & Botanical Gardens
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creatorOf Henry, VIII, King of England, 1491-1547. Signature to document : Woodstock, 1539 Aug. 24. Pierpont Morgan Library.
referencedIn TRANSCRIPTS by Dr. Gustav Bergenroth of state papers in the public archives at Simancas and private collections in Spain, and in the public archives of Paris and Brussels, intended as material for a History of the reign of the Emperor Charles V., and..., 1437-1558 British Library
creatorOf Dowland, John, 1563?-1626. Collection of songs and dances for the lute, ca. 1594-ca. 1600. Folger Shakespeare Library
creatorOf Maximilian I, Holy Roman Emperor, 1459-1519. Letter : to Henry VIII King of England : manuscript, 1516. Houghton Library
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referencedIn DRAWINGS, inartistically executed in indian ink, of the churches of Northamptonshire, by Gilbert Flesher, of Towcester, with notes in most cases of the patron, incumbent, valuations, etc.; 12 April, 1807-16 Jan. 1812. Three volumes. Prefixed to each ... British Library
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referencedIn ORIGINAL LETTERS illustrative of the History of England and Spain, namely:-Letter from Richard II. to the King, of Arragon, [Peter IV.] dat. Westminster, 26 Aug. [circ. 1386], Lat. on vellum;-Letter from Henry VII. to Francesco de Rojas, the Count de..., approximately 1386-1662 British Library
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creatorOf Henry VIII, King of England, 1491-1547. Signature to a document, 1534 Feb. 22. Pierpont Morgan Library.
referencedIn Sir Gilbert Talbot, KG; Deputy Lieutenant of Calais: Miscellaneous grants, etc., to: 1479-1517.Henry VIII of England: General pardons by: 1509-1517.: Great Seals (fragm). British Library
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