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Epithet: volunteer, 3rd Foot

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Epithet: brother-in-law of Sir J Cæsar

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Epithet: Admiral

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Epithet: Captain; RN

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Epithet: of St. George's, Grenada

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Epithet: Chief Clerk to the Commissioners in Lunacy

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Epithet: of Stowe Ch 204

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Epithet: of Sloane MS 3323

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Epithet: of Hanover Square Rooms

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Epithet: Minister of Langholm

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creatorOf PSALTER, with calendar of Sarum use. The contents are: "Oracio de sancta Trinitate" (beg. "Domine deus omnipotens qui es trinus et unus qui es semper in omnibus") and other prayers. f. 1 ; Calendar, witli numerous English saints and the Sarum feast o... British Library
creatorOf "EXTRACTS from the Court Rolls of the several manors belonging to the Earls of Oxford in the counties of Essex, Hertford, Huntingdon, Buckingham, Middlesex, Cambridge, Norfolk and Suffolk," tempp. . Hen. III. -Edw. IV.; made early in the 16th cent. L... British Library
referencedIn Vol. LXI (ff. 264). Oct. 1864-June 1866.John Sutherland, MD; sanitary reformer: Drafts, etc., prepared for Florence Nightingale: 1857-1874.includes:f. 1 E. B. Elliott: Letter to Florence Nightingale: 1864.ff. 3, 18, 35, 46, 166, 235 John Edward M... British Library
creatorOf SERMONS ON THE PSALTER, in Latin, by Philippus, Chancellor of Notre-Dame at Paris (d. 1236), beg. 'Exurge psalterium et cythara'; see Histoire littéraire de la France, 1733-1847, xviii, pp. 189-190, Notices et extraits des manuscrits de la bibliothèq..., 13th century British Library
referencedIn MISCELLANEOUS, 7th century-1891 British Library
referencedIn Vol. VII. (ff. 216). CORRFSPONDENCE with various persons, chiefly on antiquarian subjects; 20 Feb. 174-29 Oct. 1770, and n. d. At the end (f. 210) is a letter from Elizabeth Collignon to Mrs. Astle, 10 Jan. 1786; and one from Charles Gray Round, M.P.... British Library
creatorOf Deed to Francis Jerdone, 1752 Mar 24 John D. Rockefeller, Jr. Library, Colonial Williamsburg Foundation
creatorOf Letter book; 1846-49. In the hand of William Watts, 1846-47, and of George William Budd, 1847-49.ff. 115. 222 x 185mm.includes:f. 1 Sir Michael Costa, composer: William Watts, Secretary, Philharmonic Society: Copy of a letter to Sir Michael Costa f..., 1846-1849 British Library
creatorOf THE ARCADIA of Sir Philip Sidney, in the original form known as the "Old Areadia," in five books or "acts," divided by eclogues. There is no title or colophon. The text begins: "Arcadia, amonge all the Provinces of Greece, was ever had in singular re... British Library
creatorOf WARDROBE ACCOUNTS: accounts for the King's Wardrobe, 25 Edward I; 20 Nov. 1296-20 Nov. 1297. Latin. Origin: England. John Droxford was Keeper of the Wardrobe and John Benstead Controller. Wardrobe books and other surviving records for 1285-1289, chi... British Library
referencedIn "AN Index to the, Evidences in the Muniment Room at Eton College, 1724," by, Thomas Martin, of Palgrave; transcribed by his clerk, Thomas Gooch. An autograph signature and notes by the author are on f. 1 b. Paper. Small Quarto., 1724 British Library
creatorOf "A DISCRIPTION of the towne of Dunwich [co. Suffolk] and of the coynes in Kinge Athelstanes tyme, Anno Dom. 924," continued down to 31 Aug. 1590; with copies of charters, etc., and a list of mayors and bailiffs, 17 Joh.-24 Chas. I. [1215-1649]. Paper..., 16th century-17th century British Library
referencedIn WEST PAPERS. Vol. VII. (ff. 350). Private and business correspondence of James West (ob. 1772) and members of his family, with a few papers appended; circ. 1702-1813. The names of the writers will be found in the index. Following the undated letters ..., approximately 1702-1813 British Library
creatorOf LESSONS from the Four Gospels, in Latin, containing the narratives of the Nativity, Baptism, and Passion, from the Synoptists, and the whole of the Gospel of St. John except the portion from ch. xx. 19 to the end, which is lost. The Lessons occupy se... British Library
referencedIn Smithsonian Institution. Office of the Secretary. Correspondence, 1863-1879 Smithsonian Institution Archives
referencedIn Vol. III.Bookplates and Book-stamps: Fenn (Sir John), editor of the Paston Letters; d.: 1794.Sir John Fenn, editor of the Paston Letters: Bookplates of arms.includes:ff. 4-32 passim Sir John Paston II, eldest son of J Paston I: Correspondence with ... British Library
referencedIn TWO IMPRESSIONS of Suffolk seals; n.d. British Library
creatorOf EXTRACTS from the Pipe Rolls, made by Peter le Neve, Norroy, as follows:-1. Extracts relating to Sheriffs' accompts, scutage, fines, etc.; from the Pipe Roll, 3 John [1201-2]. "This Pipe Roll lyes in the Talley Court in the Exchequer . . . 1702." f ... 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 miscellaneous Papers and Letters, for the most part Originals: Papers respecting the petition... British Library
referencedIn Vol. X. (fr. 459). Mans-Mu.includes:f. 1 Captain George Mansel, RN: Biographical notes: 1844.ff. 2-7 Comm. Bonamy Mansell, RN: Biographical notes: 1845.f. 4, 40 Comm. William Murley, RN: Biographical notes: 1844.ff. 8-14 Captain Sir Thomas Ma... British Library
creatorOf CHAMBER RECEIPT AND ISSUE BOOK OF HENRY VIII; Michaelmas 1543 -Michaelmas 1544. Contained are (ff. 1-32) the monthly receipts into and (ff. 43-150) monthly payments from the Chamber. Owned by Thomas Martin of Palgrave (his signature, f. iii) and Cra..., 1543-1544 British Library
referencedIn ANTIQUARIAN COLLECTIONS relating to the borough of Ipswich, co. Suffolk, viz.:-(1) Extracts from royal charters from 1199 to 1518; 18th cent. f. 1;-(2) Original accompts of Edward Cage, Borough Treasurer, for the year ending Michaelmas, 1588. f. 5;-... British Library
creatorOf TRANSCRIPTS Of State Papers, 1618-1679, with other pieces:-1. " Brief observations in Chancery Practice." f 3. 2. Proclamation of James I. on the subject of Sunday recreation; Greenwich, 24 May, ao 16 [1618]. f. 4. 3. " The grounds of unity in Relig... British Library
creatorOf TRANSCRIPTS Of papal bulls relating to England, 1476-1533, most of the originals being now Stowe Charters 580-600 (see below). According to a note on f. 2, these transcripts were collated by Peter Le Neve, Norroy, in 1717, with the originals then in ... British Library
creatorOf ACKNOWLEDGEMENT by Edmund [de La Pole], Earl of Suffolk, of the homage of Robert Reynberd, of Bakton [Bacton], co. Suff., for lands held of him by knight-service in Bakton, of the domain of Wyverston [co. Suff.] as of the honour of Eye. Dat. at Westh... British Library
creatorOf REFERENCES to grants of land in the Patent, Close, Charter, Fine, and Oblata Rolls, of the time of King John. Paper; XVIIth cent. Belonging to Peter Le Neve in the year 1704; subsequently to Thomas Martin, of Palgrave. Quarto. [Add. 18,294.], 17th century British Library
referencedIn "COLECTIONS OUT OF THE CHAPELL and Muniment Room at Eton College, 1724," by Thomas as Martin, of Palgrave, containing .-1. Monumental inscriptions, f. 4. 2. Abstracts and copies of charters and papal bulls; with drawings of seals; extracts from bursa..., 1724 British Library
referencedIn James J. Robinson papers, Robinson (James J.) papers, (bulk 1945-1950), 1930-1977 John Hay Library, Special Collections
creatorOf REGISTER of the College of St. Mary, Mettingham, co. Suffolk, containing:-(1) Surveys of the several manors belonging to the College, taken at various times from 1461 to 1508. f. 5;-(2) Royal charters from 1343 to 1489, followed (f. 169 b) by two bul... British Library
creatorOf NOTES from the Journals of Parliament, tempp. Eliz.-Jas. I, with a few of an earlier date at the end; by Robert Brady, M.D., Master of Caius College, Cambridge, Keeper of the Records in the Tower, etc. (ob. 1700), author of A Complete History of Engl... British Library
creatorOf A CATEGORY of Offences against the Church, appaently intended for the instruction of a bishop's officers in visitations. Vellum roll; 16 x 4 inches; xvth cent. Belonged to Thomas Martin of Palgrve, whose signature is affixed., 15th century British Library
creatorOf SOUTHWARK CHARTULARY: fragments from a chartulary of the Augustinian Priory of St Mary Overy, Southwark; 13th-14th cent. Latin. Origin: England. See Davis, Cartularies, no. 908. For another register of this house, see Cotton MS. Faustina A.VIII. The... British Library
referencedIn "ORIGINAL COLLECTIONS relating to the borough of Dunwich, co. Suffolk. From the papers of the learned Peter le Neve, Esqr. [Norroy king at arms, ob. 1729], and Mr. Th: Martin" [of Palgrave, ob. 1771 ] ; with an index (f. 2 b) and some additions by Ph..., 14th century-19th century British Library
referencedIn Vol. XIX (ff. 292). Jan. 1774-Mar. 1776.Ireland: Correspondence of the 1st Earl of Liverpool as Vice-Treasurer of, etc.: 1772-1775.John Robinson, Secretary to the Treasury: Correspondence with the 1st Earl of Liverpool: 1761-1802.includes:ff. 1, 25 ... British Library
referencedIn Berkeley House collection, 1881-1895, undated, (bulk 1884-1895) Newport Historical Society
referencedIn James Russell Lowell additional papers, 1802-1898. Houghton Library
creatorOf WARDROBE ACCOUNTS: accounts for the King's Wardrobe, 29 Edward I; 20 Nov. 1300 -20 Nov. 1301, with additional material for 1302. Latin. Origin: England. John Droxford was Keeper of the Wardrobe and John Benstead Controller. For a modern edition of ... British Library
creatorOf INDENTURE in the form of a book, between the Prior and Convent of SS. Mary and James of Olde Bokenham [Buckenham], co. Norfolk, on the one part, and Sir John Sherpe, Kilt., and others, determining the boundaries of the manors of Meldynghale and Broke... British Library
creatorOf COLLECTIONS relating to Serjeants at Law, comprising ceremornals for the call of serjeants in 1577 and 1640 (ff. 25, 44) and accompts for the feasts, liveries, rings, etc., on several such occasions, 1552-1580. At the end are lists of serjeants 1692-..., 16th century-18th century British Library
referencedIn The Bruno Walter papers, ca. 1887-ca. 1966 The New York Public Library. Music Division.
referencedIn Poetry LATIN: Versus "An cælum agit in animam humanam": 18th cent.Sir Hans Sloane, Baronet: Collection by, of papers relating to natural history, medicine, etc.: 18th cent.includes:f. 33 Jean Astruc, Physician to Louis XV: Dissertatio de petrificat... British Library
creatorOf Letter book; 1850-58.ff. 179. 225 x 184mm.includes:ff. 2, 10, 34, 54, 56, 60v, 75r, 75v, 77, 95, 96, 97 Sir Michael Costa, composer: George Hogarth, music critic and composer; Secretary, Philharmonic Society: Letters to Sir Michael Costa from Georg..., 1850-1858 British Library
referencedIn (XV. ff. 191). 4 May-5 Dec. 1747.includes:f. 1 Michael Blount: Suit v. Doughty: 1742-1747. f. 1 Richard Rideout: Suit v. Payne: 1746, 1747. ff. 4 b, 10 b Barrington Read, Schoolmaster: Suit v. Mayor, etc., of Stamford: 1739, 1747. ff. 4 b, 10 b St... British Library
creatorOf REGISTER OF EYE PRIORY, co. Suff., a Benedictine house founded circ. 1080 by Robert Malet, as a cell of Bernay Abbey in Normandy, and after 1385 independent; 13th-15th centt. Lat. A composite volume containing rentals, custumaries, lists of tithes an..., 13th century-15th century British Library
creatorOf TERNARIUM Prioratus Norwici: a rental of Norwich Priory from lands in the following places in co. Norfolk, viz. Hindringham (f. 1), Hindolveston (f. 9), Newton (f. 15), Eaton St. Andrew (f. 22 b), Taverham (f. 27), Elmham (f. 30 b), Catton (f. 33), P... British Library
creatorOf WILLIAM FOX NOTEBOOKS. Vol. I. 'Alphabet Book I of Armes & Genealogical Gatherings In the Noble Science of Heraldry'; 1775-1777. With integral index, ff. 2-10. ff. i+136 + 60a. 200 x 123mm. Contents as follows: : 1. ff. 11-35. Arms and seals of citie..., 1775-1777 British Library
referencedIn Vol. XVIII (ff. 359). July, 1771-Dec. 1773.Ireland: Correspondence of the 1st Earl of Liverpool as Vice-Treasurer of, etc.: 1772-1775.John Robinson, Secretary to the Treasury: Correspondence with the 1st Earl of Liverpool: 1761-1802.includes:ff. 1, 9... British Library
creatorOf GRANTS of lands, court-rolls of manors, and other documents relating to cos. Surr., Norf., Suff. and Hertf.; tempp. Hen. III.-Eliz. British Library
creatorOf WARDROBE ACCOUNTS FOR AQUITAINE: accounts of Nicholas Huggate, who acted as Keeper of the King's Wardrobe in Aquitaine; [1 March 1324-31 May 1326]. Latin. Origin: England. The accounts cover receipts and expenses, in particular wages of troops and s... British Library
creatorOf Vol. I. (ff. 283). 1628-1651. 1. Message of the King to the House of Commons concerning liberty of speech; [? circ. 1628]. Copy (18th cent.). f. 1. 2. Privy Council to the " Chiefe officers of the Towne of Colchester," commanding them to assist the o... British Library
referencedIn ANTIQUARIAN NOTES and references concerning Bedfordshire, Berkshire, and Cambridgeshire, in the hand of Thomas Martin of Palgrave (ob. 1771). Paper; ff. 16. Duodecimo.Thomas Martin, of Palgrave: Antiquarian notes concerning cos. Bedf., Berks and Camb... British Library
creatorOf Vol. IX (ff. 212). Sept. 1856-Mar. 1857.includes:ff. 23, 79 Count Anton Franz Prokesch-Osten, Count Prokesch von Claten; Austrian diplomatist: Letters to Lord Lyons: 1856: Fr.f. 24 Baron Victor Petrovich Balabine,; Russian diplomatist: Despatch t... British Library
creatorOf EXTRACTS from assart-rolls, perambulations, etc., relating to the royal forests in co. Rutland, tempp. John-Hen. VIII. Paper; ff. 20. A.D. 1662 (see f 20). Inside the cover is the monogram of Thomas Martin of Palgrave (ob. 1771). Folio.County of Rutl... British Library
creatorOf CHARTULARY of West Dereham Abbey, co. Norfolk, founded in 1188 by Hugh Fitzwalter, Dean of York [Archbishop of Canterbury, 1193]. Latin. By far the greater part of the deeds refer to lands in Wiggenhale St. Mary Magdalene. The MS. is stated on f. 1 t... British Library
referencedIn Vol. IV.includes:f. 1 John Paston I, son of William Paston I: Letter to, from J. Payn: 1465.f. 1 John Payn, servant to Sir J Fastolf: Letter to J. Paston: 1465.f. 2 James Gresham, of Holt, county Norfolk: Letters to J. Paston I: 1455-1461.f. 2 ... British Library
creatorOf Letter book; 1831-44. All in the hand of William Watts.ff. 197. Largest size 230 x 185mm.includes:ff. 1, 64 William Watts, Secretary, Philharmonic Society: Pierre François Laporte, actor and impresario: Letters to Pierre François Laporte from Willi..., 1831-1844 British Library
creatorOf RETURN, made soon after 11 Chas. I. [1635], of debts due to the Court of Wards and Liveries, including arrears as far back as temp. Hen. VIII. The return consists of a series arranged under counties (ff. 4-129), and a series arranged under the headin..., approximately 1636 British Library
creatorOf COLLECTANEA de Forestis; made in the time of Elizabeth. The principal contents are:-(1) Definition of a forest. ff. 4, 11, 45 b, 172 b, 205 b;-(2) Authority of the Court of Attachment. ff. 5,1 6, 68, 245;-(3)OntheWoodwardandother officers of a forest... British Library
referencedIn Vol.VI. xvii-xix centt.includes:f. 391 Thomas Martin, of Palgrave: Catalogue of registers and deeds of Bury St. Edmunds: 18th cent.f. 391 Catalogues of Libraries, etc: Archives of the abbey and town of Bury St. Edmunds, by T. Martin: 18th cent., 17th century-19th century British Library
referencedIn N. Seven letters of Andrew Ducarel, D.D., to Thomas Martin, of Palgrave; Doctors' Commons, n.d., 23 Feb., 23 Mar., 4 June, 1754, 30 July, 1764; Paper Office, 13 Feb. 1765, ff. 53-61.includes:ff. 53-61 Thomas Martin, of Palgrave: Letters to, from Dr.D... British Library
creatorOf HISTORICAL documents, viz.: 1. A complaint made to King Henry the VI by [Humphrey] the Duke of Gloucester upon [Henry Beaufort] the Cardinal [Bishop] of Winchester, Jan.-Feb. 1440. Beg: "Thes bene in partie the poyntes and articles." These articles, ..., 15th century British Library
creatorOf MISCELLANE0US EXTRACTS from Records in the Tally Court. In two volumes. Amongst them are:-Vol. I. " Valores omnium castrorum, dominiorum, maneriorum, terrarum et tenementorum prenobilis viri Johannis Tuchett, militis, Domini de Audelay . . . ut patet... British Library
referencedIn CHARTULARY of the estates of John de Vallibus or Vaux (ob. 16 Edw. I.) and of his daughter Petronilla and her husband William de Nerford, in Wissett, co. Suffolk, and Thurton (" Therstone") Shottesham, Holt and Cley, and Narford, co. Norfolk; tempp H... British Library
referencedIn Vol. II (ff. 367). 31 Jan. 1807-29 Dec. 1811.includes:ff. 1-352 passim Wilhelmina Malcolm, daughter of George Malcolm of Burnfoot: Correspondence with Sir C. W. Pasley: 1797-1832.ff. 3-241 passim Jean Pasley, afterwards Briggs; daughter of Charle... British Library
creatorOf MAP OF GUNTON, CO. SUFFOLK: a map of the manor showing Lowestoft and neighbourhood, apparently executed for use in a case between John Hoo, tenant of Lowestoft manor, and Robert Wroote, owner of the manor of Gunton (see below); [1579-1580]. Scale: hi..., 1579-1580 British Library
creatorOf 128. "LIBER TAXACIONUM : ex antiquissimo libro communiter verèque vocato Doome-Booke Ecclesiæ Cathedrali Sanctæ Trinitatis Norwicensis pertinente, transeripta, necnon alia, quoad Lynne Regis com. Norff., ex aliis libris (eandem Ecclesiam Cathedralem ... British Library
creatorOf CHANTRY RECORDS: foundation records of a chantry in the parish church of St Helen, North Wingfield, co. Derby; circa 1500 (aft. 1 July 1495). Origin: England. See J. C. Cox, Notes on the churches of Derbyshire, i (1875), pp. 418-420. Damage to f. 2 w..., 17th century British Library
referencedIn Nicolas Slonimsky Collection, 1873-1997, (bulk 1920-1990) Library of Congress. Music Division
creatorOf Miscellaneous official papers; 1813-1925.ff. 152. Various sizes.As follows:—1. ff. 1-55. Correspondence, notes, etc., chiefly relating to resolutions, hire of rooms, tickets, accounts, investments, the library; 1813-1925, n.d.2. ff. 56-75. Notes rela..., 1813-1925 British Library
referencedIn COLLECTION of MS. fragments, 1lth-15th centt., and of facsimiles of MSS. Contents:-1. Leaf from the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle containing the genealogical and chronological preface found also in the Parker MS. ( ) at Corpus Christi College, Cambridge, an..., 11th century-15th century British Library
referencedIn Vol. XXIX. (XXVIII. ff. 337). 17 June-31 Aug. 1805.includes:f. 1 Samuel Gambier: Letters, as Navy Commissioner, to Lord Nelson: 1803-1805. f. 1 Henry Duncan: Letters, as Navy Commissioner, etc., to Lord Nelson: 1803-1805. f. 1 Sir Francis John Hart... British Library
referencedIn ORIGINAL LETTERS and documents, official and private; 1513-1839. Arranged in two series, English and Foreign, as follows:-I. English Series:-1. Warrant of Henry VIII. to [George Talbot, 4th] Earl of Shrewsbury, " Steuard of our houshold and Lieute..., 1513-1839 British Library
creatorOf CHARTER OF KING STEPHEN confirming the Benedictine Priory of Eye, co. Suff., in all its possessions; circa Dec. 1137-March 1138. Latin. The properties are enumerated in detail. Regesta Regum Anglo-Normannorum, iii (1968), no. 288. A copy made from th... British Library
creatorOf "STATUTES for the government of the Metropolitan Cathedral Church of Canterbury," made by Archbishop Laud, and confirmed by Charles I. by letters-patent dated Westminster, 3 Jan. 1636 [7]. At the end is a letter from Laud to the Dean and Chapter; Lam... British Library
creatorOf ORIGINAL Household-book of Henry VII., as kept by John Heron, Treasurer of the Chamber, 1499-1505, showing the royal receipts and disbursements, arranged under the following heads: privy purse expenses, f. 2; "reuenues," f. 32; "recoignisances," 41; ..., 1499-1505 British Library
creatorOf CUSTOMS, etc., of the city of London and of the borough of Bishhop's Lynn, now King's Lynn, co. Norfolk. The first part of the MS., a copy, in one hand of the first half of the 14th cent, of ordinances, etc., relating to London tempp. Hen. III.-Edw. ..., 14th century British Library
creatorOf WARDROBE ACCOUNTS: summary roll of expenses of Ralph de Stokes, clerk of the Great Wardrobe, and others, for wax and spices for the households of the King, the Queen, the Prince of Wales, etc., 29 Edward I; 20 Nov. 1300-20 Nov. 1301. Origin: England.... British Library
referencedIn Vol. I (ff. 348). A-C.includes:ff. 1-14 Lancelot Addison, Dean of Lichfield: Biographical notice: 18th cent.: Fr.ff. 9b, 15 Joseph Addison, dramatist and essayist: Biographical notices: 18th cent.: Fr. and Engl.f. 17 Reverend Michael Ainsworth,... British Library
referencedIn Records of the Adjutant General's Office. 1762 - 1984. Carded Records Showing Military Service of Soldiers Who Fought in Volunteer Organizations During the Spanish-American War. 1899 - 1927. Compiled military service record of Thomas Martin, documenting service in the 1st U. S. Volunteer Cavalry (Rough Riders) during the Spanish American War.
referencedIn ACCOMPT AND MEMORANDUM Book of Sir John Howard, of Stoke by Nayland, co. Suff., Constable of Colchester and Norwich castles, Commissioner for the Peace, and of Array, for cos. Suff., Norf., Berks, etc., Sheriff of cos. Oxon and Berks 1467-1468, Trea..., 1462-1469 British Library
referencedIn 1. GENEALOGICAL History of England from William I. to James 2. "A breefe Description of England and Wales with some collections out of the English Chronicles," to the death of Richard III.; with a prefatory notice by Thomas Martin, of Palgrave, f. 22..., 17th century British Library
creatorOf Miscellaneous official papers; 1813-1925.ff. 152. Various sizes.As follows:—1. ff. 1-55. Correspondence, notes, etc., chiefly relating to resolutions, hire of rooms, tickets, accounts, investments, the library; 1813-1925, n.d.2. ff. 56-75. Notes rela..., 1813-1925 British Library
referencedIn Vol. CLXX (ff. 255). 17-31 Aug. 1822.includes:ff. 1, 5 James Stephen, MP; Master in Chancery: Correspondence with Sir R. Peel: 1822, 1825.f. 7 James Burnie, Provost of Kirkcudbright: Letter to Sir R. Peel: 1822.f. 9 M-Diedriche Eichbaum: Lette... British Library
creatorOf "SCUTUM BEDE. Collectivvs Gaufridi de Vfford": a collection of Latin treatises, moral, grammatical, and historical, in mixed prose and rhyming verse, viz.: — 1. List of vices, tabulated in four classes, with the reason why each should be avoided, e.g... British Library
creatorOf PRECEDENTS concerning the royal Prerogative: a collection of extracts from proclamations, writs, statutes, ordinances, etc. The first entry is from the coronation service of Edward II.; but the other extracts, which are in no chronological order, ran... British Library
creatorOf MISCELLANEOUS PAPERS, chiefly legal and constitutional:-1. Treatise on Parliament, entitled "Modus Parliamenti," beg. "In the oulde order and first institution." f. 2. 2. The antiquity, power, order, state, manner, persons, and proceedings of the hi... British Library
referencedIn Wendell family papers, 1620-1921 Houghton Library
creatorOf CECIL CALENDAR: astronomical calendar with tables for finding Easter, later owned by Sir William Cecil, 1st Baron Burghley; 1463. Latin. Origin: England. February (part), March and April (part) missing between ff. 5-6. Owned by: (a) Sir John Cheke, ... British Library
creatorOf ‘Original letters’: MacMurdie – Martuicci (ff. 229); 1837-1910, n.d.includes:f. 1 C[arl] Klingemann, author and librettist: Jakob Ludwig Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy, composer: George William Budd, music publisher; Secretary, Philharmonic Society: J..., 1837-1910 British Library
referencedIn POLITICAL pieces: the collections of Oliver and Peter Le Neve and Thomas Martin, of Palgrave, comprising religious, political, lyrical, and other compositions. Three volumes. Paper; xviith and xviiith centt. Quarto and Folio., 17th century-18th century British Library
referencedIn United States Sanitary Commission records. Army and Navy Claim Agency archives, 1861-1870 New York Public Library. Manuscripts and Archives Division
referencedIn Vol. XVII (ff. 237). 1-26 Jan. . 1763.includes:ff. 1, 22, 51, 76, 84, 102 Colonel Bigoe Armstrong, 83rd Foot; General 1783: Correspondence with Lord Loudoun: 1762-1763.f. 3 Charles Bembridge, Deputy Paymaster in Portugal: Correspondence with Lord... British Library
creatorOf THE VISION OF PIERS THE PLOWMAN, by William Langland [circ. 1332-1400]. The last 42 lines of the poem are wanting. The text is according to the third recension (Skeat's C-text: see The Vision of William concerning Piers the Plowman, by W. W. Skeat, O... British Library
referencedIn MISCELLANEOUS historical and other papers, being contemporary or recent copies, some of them in the handwriting of Thomas Martin, of Palgrave, and others having notes or endorsements by him or Sir John Fenn. The most important are :-1. Extract from ..., 17th century-18th century British Library
creatorOf EXTENTS, accompts, etc., of the estates of Sibton Abbey, co. Suffolk, in Latin, as follows:-1. Extents of the lands belonging to the Abbey in Wenhaston, Cookley, Linstead, "Fengesmille" [in Mendham], "Jurdiz" in Peasenhall, Rendham, "Grange del Sout..., 14th century British Library
creatorOf TERRIER of East Carlton and Hethel, with parts of Bracon-Ash and Mulbarton, co. Norfolk; taken in May, 1571. Latin. Paper; ff. 252. Inside the cover is the signature of Thomas Martin of Palgrave, with a note that the book was given him by John le Gry... British Library
creatorOf Thomas Martin: Cambridgeshire Notes, 18th century Cambridge University Library, Department of Manuscripts and University Archives
creatorOf "The, Gouldesmytthes Storehouse, wherein is laide vpp many hidden secretes of ingenious mistery, compiled, made, and drawen into this Methode by H. G., Cittizen and Gouldsmith of London, Anno salutis 1606." In two books; the first treating of weights..., 1606 British Library
creatorOf WILLIAM FOX NOTEBOOKS. Vol. III. Miscellaneous notes, arms and pedigrees, partly in the hands of Peter Le Neve and others; 1774-1775. ff. i+37 + 32*. 157 x 195mm.includes:ff. 8-36 passim Peter Le Neve, Norroy King of Arms: Genealogical notes, etc.,..., 1774-1775 British Library
creatorOf NARRATIVE POEM in old English verse relating the revelation to St. Methodius of the history of the world from the Creation to the Day of Judgment. Begins:-"Sum tyme was there a man of state That was clepyd Methodius, An holy byshop, a gret prelate, A... British Library
creatorOf PERAMBULATIONS of Royal Forests in cos. Huntingdon and Gloucester and several other counties, made tempp. Hen. III.-Edw. I. Lat. and Fr. At the end are copies of :-(a) Charter of Edward the Confessor concerning the endowment of Westminster Abbey, 5 ... British Library
referencedIn GRANT from William fil. Willelmi Fyz, of Ringelond [Ringland, co. Norf.], to Thomas Sparke, of the same, citizen of Norwich, of land in Ringelond. Witn.: Thomas Azelwald, Ernald Lyon, Thomas Martin, Robert Momerray, etc. Dat. at Ringelond, on Sunday ... British Library
referencedIn Vol. LXXXIV (ff. 332). 20 Mar.-Apr. 1817.includes:f. 1 Captain John Wilde, Adjutant, 2nd Royal Lancashire Militia: Memorial to Lord Whitworth: 1817.f. 2 Edward Smith-Stanley, 13th Earl of Derby; Lord Stanley: Correspondence with Sir R. Peel: 1817... British Library
creatorOf STATUTES of Norwich Cathedral, granted by Queen Elizabeth In a hand of the period, with marginal corrections. Followed (f. 17) by a transcript of the same by Francis Blomefield, from whom the volume appears to have descended (see f. 1) to Thomas Mart... British Library
creatorOf Letter book; 1859-66.ff. 91. 226 x 187mm.includes:f. 1 Robert Addison, music publisher: George Hogarth, music critic and composer; Secretary, Philharmonic Society: Letters to Robert Addison from George Hogarth: 1851, 1854, 1858: Copies. ff. 1, 12v, ..., 1859-1866 British Library
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correspondedWith Henry, Joseph, 1797-1878 person
associatedWith Hilhouse, James. person
associatedWith Hill, Humphrey. person
associatedWith Jerdone, Francis, 1721-1777 person
associatedWith King, LeRoy person
correspondedWith Lowell, James Russell, 1819-1891 person
associatedWith Martin Family. family
associatedWith Martin Thomas fl 18th century person
associatedWith Mason, Daniel Gregory, 1873-1953 person
associatedWith Miller, Robert. person
associatedWith Norton, John, 1719-1777 person
associatedWith Robinson, James J., 1893-1980 person
associatedWith Robinson, John, Jr. person
associatedWith Slonimsky, Nicolas, 1894-1995 person
associatedWith United States Sanitary Commission corporateBody
associatedWith Virginia. General Court. corporateBody
associatedWith Waller, Benjamin, 1716-1786 person
associatedWith Walter, Bruno, 1876-1962 person
associatedWith Webb, George, d. 1758 person
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Little Chart, Kent
Howe, Norfolk
Quainton, Buckinghamshire
Yarmouth, Norfolk
Carriacoio, Isle of Grenada
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Wissett, Suffolk
Eye, Suffolk
Clare, Suffolk
Bacton, Suffolk
New England, America
Oxford, Oxfordshire
Knowle, Kent
Linstead, Suffolk
Fotheringhay, Northamptonshire
Preston, Lancashire
Bracon-Ash, Norfolk
Peasenhall, Suffolk
South Lynn, Norfolk
Kingston-on-Thames, Surrey
Mendham, Suffolk
Bologna, Italy
Boston, Massachusetts
Prussia, Germany
Ilketshall, Suffolk
Raveningham, Norfolk
Buckinghamshire, England
East Carlton, Norfolk
Ireland, Europe
Mardike Canal, Dunkirk
Lynn Regis, Norfolk
Wiggenhall St. Mary Magdalen, Norfolk
Ireland, Europe
Strasburg, France
London, England
Hoxne Hundred, Suffolk
Silchester, Hampshire
Wenhaston, Suffolk
Lynn Regis, Norfolk
Bedfordshire, England
Ireland, Europe
Shottesham, Norfolk
Southwold, Suffolk
London, England
Croxton, Norfolk
Thurton, Norfolk
Liverpool, Lancashire
Hethel, Norfolk
Exeter, Devon
Philippsburg, on the Rhine, Germany
Coventry, Warwickshire
Edinburgh, Scotland
Reading, Berkshire
Lancashire, England
Jamaica, Central America
Ireland, Europe
Needwood Chase, Staffordshire
Buckinghamshire, England
Burston, Norfolk
Sternfield, Suffolk
Edwardstone, Suffolk
Banbury, Oxfordshire
Yalding, Kent
Cannock, Staffordshire
Cley, Norfolk
Marseilles, France
Cambridgeshire (England) History
Maldon, Essex
Mulbarton, Norfolk
Pickering, North Riding of Yorkshire
Woodstock, Oxfordshire
Huntingdonshire, England
London, England
Mettingham, Suffolk
Guernsey, Channel Islands
Wexford, Wexford
London, England
Windsor, Berkshire
Dudley, Staffordshire
Gravesend, Kent
Cambridge, Cambridgeshire
India, Asia
Rhé, Brittany
Ringland, Norfolk
Genoa, Italy
Dunwich, Suffolk
Vesuvius, Italy
Cadiz, Spain
Weymouth, Dorset
Narford, Norfolk
India, Asia
Islington, Middlesex
Faversham, Kent
Norwich, Norfolk
Cheshire, England
Hinckley, Leicestershire
Rendham, Suffolk
Cransford, Suffolk
Ireland, Europe
Essex, England
Gunton, Suffolk
Amsterdam, Netherlands
St. George, Island of Grenada
Dunwich, Suffolk
Boutonnet, Montpellier
Boston, Massachusetts
Shipmeadow, Suffolk
Basing House, Southton
Colchester, Essex
Shotover Forest, Oxfordshire
Bunwell, Norfolk
Perpignan, France
Ireland, Europe
North Wingfield, Derbyshire
Yoxford, Suffolk
Holt, Norfolk
Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire
Lowestoft, Suffolk
Stowood Forest, Oxfordshire
Rockingham, Northamptonshire
Salisbury, Wiltshire
London, England
Dover, Kent
Berkshire, England
Scotland, Kingdom of, United Kingdom
Mells, Suffolk
Nottingham, Nottinghamshire
Kent, England
Rutland, England
Mitcham, Surrey
Winterton Nesse, Lincolnshire
Melcombe Regis, Dorset
Cookley, Suffolk
Hereford, Herefordshire
Cambridge, Cambridgeshire
Virginia, U.S.A.
Ipswich, Suffolk
Stamford, Lincolnshire
Bramfield, Suffolk
Walberswick, Suffolk
Highgate, Middlesex
Suffolk, England
Venice, Italy
Lyng, Norfolk
Bayeux, France
Luston, Herefordshire
Jersey, Channel Islands
Grenada, the W. Indies
London, England
Netherlands, Europe
Blything, Hundred of, Suffolk
Barne Elmes, Surrey
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