Bateson, Thomas

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Epithet: organist of Chester Cathedral

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Epithet: Captain; M P for Londonderry

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Epithet: of Egerton MS 995

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referencedIn (VI. ff. 516). 21 May-6 June, 1852.includes:f. 4 Colonel Hon James Lindsay, MP: Letter to P. Dickson: 1852. ff. 7, 503 Lewis William Buck, MP: Letters to P. Dickson: 1852. f. 9 William Henry Gore-Langton, MP: Letters to P. Dickson: 1852. ff. 15, 1... British Library
creatorOf (1-4.). ROYAL MUSIC COLLECTION. Vocal music; 18th century. Bassus partbook [for the cantus see R.M.24.h.7., the altus R.M.24.h.8., and the tenore (which has an index) R.M.24.h.9.].Paper.1. 10 ff. Farmer (John): The first sett of English Madrigals to ..., 18th century British Library
referencedIn Hardwicke, Charles Philip Yorke, 4th Earl, 1799-1873. General Post Office Papers, IX, 11-31 July, 1852. British Library
referencedIn (XVIII. ff. 544). 13-30 Nov. 1852.includes:f. 1 Hon Eliot Thomas Yorke, MP: Letters to P. Diekson: 1852. f. 3 James Brownlow William Cecil, 2nd Marquess of Salisbury: Letters to the 4th Lord Hardwicke: 1852. f. 5 Captain Thomas Bateson, M P for Lon... British Library
referencedIn A collection of English madrigals, made about the time of James I, in which the names of the following composers occur: Gianetto Palestina, Luca Marenzio, Thomas Bateson, Orlando di Lasso, William Byrde, Alfonso Ferabosco, Battista Mosto, Stephano Fe... British Library
creatorOf (1-4.). ROYAL MUSIC COLLECTION. Vocal music; 18th century. Tenore partbook (with an index) [for the cantus see R.M.24.h.7., the altus R.M.24.h.8., and the bassus R.M.24.h.10.].Paper.1. 11 ff. Farmer (John): The first sett of English Madrigals to Four..., 18th century British Library
referencedIn Vol. CCCXCV (ff. 450). 1-16 Oct. 1845.includes:f. 1 James Bernard, Viscount Bernard; 2nd Earl of Bandon 1830: Letters to Sir R. Peel: 1812-1845.ff. 5-15 Francis Robert Bonham, Principal Storekeeper of the Ordnance: Correspondence with Sir R. Peel... British Library
referencedIn 1. THIRTEEN motets for five voices, by Palestrina. f. 1.2. Seven madrigali spirituali, by the same. f. 38. 3. Seven madrigals in four parts, by the same; the words (except in one instance imperfectly) not being filled in. f. 52. 4. The 33rd Psalm set..., 1761 British Library
creatorOf (1-4.). ROYAL MUSIC COLLECTION. Vocal music; 18th century. Altus partbook [for the cantus see R.M.24.h.7., the tenore (which as an index) R.M.24.h.9., and the bassus R.M.24.h.10.].Paper.1. 12 ff. Farmer (John): The first sett of English Madrigals to ..., 18th century British Library
referencedIn (II. ff. 511). 16-31 Mar. 1852.includes:f. 1 Sir John Buller Yarde-Buller, 3rd Baronet; and (1858) 1st Baron Churston: Letters to the Postmaster General: 1852. ff. 2, 421, 504 General Beaumont Hotham, 3rd Baron Hotham: Letters to the 4th Lord Hardwi... British Library
referencedIn (IV. ff. 489). 16 Apr.-3 May, 1852.includes:ff. 3,184 Sir Edmund Filmer, 8th Baronet; MP: Letters to P. Dickson: 1852. f. 5 William Miles, MP: Letters to P. Dickson: 1852. ff. 12, 16, 331 Colonel Hon Henry Cecil Lowther, MP for Westmorland: Letters... British Library
referencedIn (VII. ff. 449). 7-20 June, 1852.includes:f. 1 William Rogers, of Red Lodge, near Southampton: Letters to P. Dickson: 1852. f 3 Bradley, Derbyshire: Memorial to the Postmaster-General: 1852. ff. 5, 7 Gregory Benstead: Letters to the Postmaster-Gener... British Library
referencedIn 31,812. MISCELLANEOUS vocal music. Paper; ff. 161. xviiith. xixth centt. Quarto., 18th century-19th century British Library
creatorOf ROYAL MUSIC COLLECTION. Catches, Canons and Madrigals; 18th century. A collection, in the same hand throughout, of 205 pieces, in score and with words, by Morley, Byrd, Immyns, Ives, Le Jeune, Mouton, Torri, Ferrabosco, Seymour, Ford, Purcell, Hilton..., 18th century British Library
referencedIn (XIX. ff. 405). 1-9 Dec. 1832.includes:f. 1 Louise D'Egby: Letters to the 4th Lord Hardwicke: 1852. f. 3 George Guy Greville, 4th Earl of Warwick: Letters to P. Dickson: 1852. f. 5 Captain Sir Andrew Atkins Vincent, RN; KH: Letters to the 4th Lord ... British Library
creatorOf (1-9.). ROYAL MUSIC COLLECTION. Vocal music; 18th century. In score.Paper.1. 13 ff. Anon: Tonat coelum. Sacred composition for 2 voices; with symphonies and accompaniment for instruments and an unfigured bass. ‘To His Royal Highness the Prince of Wal..., 18th century British Library
referencedIn THE TREGIAN ANTHOLOGYCollection of madrigals, motets, fantasias, etc., mostly by Italian and English composers of the 16th and early 17th centuries, transcribed in score by Francis Tregian (d. 1619), the compiler of the Fitzwilliam Virginal Book.The ... British Library
creatorOf (1-4.). ROYAL MUSIC COLLECTION. Vocal music; 18th century. Cantus partbook [for the altus see R.M.24.h.8., the tenore (which as an index) R.M.24.h.9., and the bassus R.M.24.h.10.].Paper.1. 18 ff. Farmer (John): The first sett of English Madrigals to ..., 18th century British Library
creatorOf NOVELLO COLLECTION. Vol. CXI. 'Miscellaneous Pieces' composed and adapted by Vincent Novello; 1841. In the hand of Vincent Novello, with a printed press cutting relating to 'The Fairies' Meeting'. ff. i+51. 230 x 300mm. 1. ff. 4v-8. Vincent Novello: ..., 1839-1841 British Library
creatorOf THOMAS BATESON: Quintus and tenor parts of madrigals; 18th cent. Copies, added in manuscript to complete a defective set of printed partbooks of Bateson’s The first set of English Madrigales: to 3. 4. 5. and 6. voices (Thomas Este, 1604). The additio..., 18th century British Library
referencedIn (XX. ff. 485). 10-20 Dec. 1852.Theology: Tracts: 15th-16th cent. Lat.includes:ff. 1, 354 Sarah Anne MacDonnell, widow of J A MacDonnell: Letters to the Postmaster General: 1852. f. 8 Sir John Villiers Shelley, 7th Baronet; of Michelgrove: Testimonia... British Library
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Birth 1570

Death 1630-03

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