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Epithet: of Egypt; of Sloane MS 2569

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Epithet: of Paris

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Epithet: Banker in Paris

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Epithet: Princess Royal, wife of Henry

Title: 6th Earl of Harewood

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Epithet: sixth daughter of King Edward I by Eleanor of Castile; born in 1279, a nun of Ambresbury, in Wiltshire, afterwards of Fontevraud, in Anjou

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Epithet: of Egypt; of Egerton MS 3130

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referencedIn James Stewart, natural son of James V, Prior of St. Andrews, afterwards Earl of Moray and Regent of Scotland: Legitimatization of: 1561.Mary of Scotland: Legitimization of James, Earl of Murray: 1562.: Great and Privy Seals. British Library
referencedIn Francis, King of the, French, and his consort Mary, Queen of Scots, 1559.Mary of Scotland: Seals of her and Francis II., her husband: circ. 1550, 1559.Francis II of France: Casts of seals of him and Mary, his wife: circ. 1550, 1559. British Library
referencedIn Vol. I. (ff. 321). 1247-1648.Elizabeth I of England: List of Commissioners to try the Queen of Scots: 1586.William i. Moreton, son of John Moreton, of Moreton, county Cheshire: Bonds, acquittances, etc., to and from: 1599 -1654.includes:f. 1 Robin H..., 1247-1648 British Library
referencedIn 1. " A TREATISE touchinge the right, title, and interest of the moste excellente princesse Marie, Queene of Scotland, and of the moste noble Kinge James, her Graces sonne, to the succession of the crowne of Englande . . . compiled and published befor... British Library
referencedIn DICTIONARY of Scottish law, by David Chalmer, Chancellor of Ross, 1566; with a dedication to Mary Queen of Scots. At the end is a note: "Regina Magdelina [daughter of Francis I. of France and wife of James V.] advenit huic regno primo Junii anno 1537..., 16th century British Library
referencedIn Vol. II. (ff. 294). 3 Nov. 1559-4 April, 1560. 1. Cecil to Sadleir and Croft; The Court, 3 Nov. 1559. f. 1. 2. Randolph to the same; Edinburgh, 3 Nov. 1559. Copy. In cipher, deciphered. f. 3. 3. (a) Sailleir and Croft to Randolph; n. d. Draft. Endors..., 1559-1560 British Library
referencedIn TRANSCRIPTS Of State-papers, letters and tracts; tempp. Eliz.-Charles 1. The contents are:-1. Form of oath taken by Sir Walter Mildmay on his admission to the Privy Council, 7 July, 1566. f. 1. 2. "The opinion of Civilians touchinge the Priviledges..., 17th century British Library
referencedIn MS Mus. 1646. Vol. xxi. MacDonald-Rodrigo.ff. 214. 310 x 235mm.includes:ff. 1-2. Harriet Cohen, CBE; pianist: Alister G. MacDonald, Chairman of the 1917 Club: Letter from Alister G. MacDonald to Harriet Cohen: 1937-1938.ff. 3-16. Harriet Cohen, C... British Library
referencedIn TRUMBULL PAPERS. Vol. CXLVI (ff. 163). Papers concerning English relations with France (ff. 1-30), Spain (ff. 31-107) and the Spanish Netherlands (ff. 108-163); 1557-1631, n.d. Included are papers relating to the Spanish match, circa 1623-1625, for w..., 1557-1631 British Library
referencedIn Mary of Scotland: Brief to her, from Pius IV.: 1561.Pius IV; Pope: Brief to Mary, Qu. of Scots, to send orators to the Council of Trent: 1561. British Library
referencedIn LAUDERDALE PAPERS. Supplement to the collections in Add. MSS. 23,108-23,138, 23,242-23,251, etc., of which selections were published by O. Airy (Camden Soc., 1884). Besides original official correspondence, etc., of John Maitland, 2nd Earl and 1st Du..., 1532-1698 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 ROYAL order for payment to Card. de Gramont of his expenses on his embassy to Rome; 22 Apr. 1531 British Library
referencedIn POETICAL pieces, viz.:-1. The sad Complaint of Mary, Queen of Scots; in 186 seven-line stanzas. f l b. 2. Psalms and hymns, most of which are signed by Thomas Wenman. f. 3 3. 3. The Lamentation of a Sinner; in 61 six-line stanzas. f. 38. Reversing t... British Library
referencedIn LIVES OF SAINTS, etc.,in Latin, viz.:-1. " Vite sanctorum patrum ": the " Verba Seniorum," attributed to Rufinus, with the prologue " Vere mundum quis dubitet," etc., and the colophon " Explicit liber ii. de vitis sanctorum patrum." Both in matter a... British Library
referencedIn 1. " ORIGINAL LETTERs of Mary, Queen of Scots, to James, Earl of Bothwell " : a transcript of eleven love-letters so entitled, each having a short explanatory introduction. They are not identical, either in number or contents, with the " Casket Lette... British Library
referencedIn MISCELLANEOUS COLLECTIONS, chiefly tempp . Eliz.-Jas. I.:-1. "The order of the queenes goinge to the Perlament." f. 2. 2. Letter from James I. to Robert "Lye" [Lee], Lord Mayor, and the Aldermen, etc., of London, on his accession; Holyrood, 28 Mar. ... British Library
referencedIn Francis and Mary, Privy Seal, c. 1550.Mary of Scotland: Seals of her and Francis II., her husband: circ. 1550, 1559.Francis II of France: Casts of seals of him and Mary, his wife: circ. 1550, 1559. British Library
referencedIn Mary of Scotland: Expenses in France: 1550-1552.Charles IX of France: Household expenses as Duke of Orleans: 1550-1552.Henry II of France: Household expenses of Princesses Elizabeth and Claude: 1550-1552. British Library
referencedIn MISCELLANEOUS papers concerning England, chiefly in relation to Holland and other, countries, and comprising, papers on political matters, trade, finance, etc., from 1674 to 1772; and copies of diplomatic correspondence during the years 1747 to 1757...., 1685-1756 British Library
referencedIn Vol. III, ff. 10, 30 Nov. 1793-6 March, 1794.includes:f. 15 Mary of Scotland: Commission to D. Paniter and J. Hay, ambassadors to France: 1547. British Library
referencedIn A COLLECTION Of miscellaneous political and other tracts, etc., in different hands; 1572-1635. 1. Star Chamber cases, viz. :-(a) Judgments against Thomas Howard, Earl of Suffolk, late Lord Treasurer, Catherine, his wife, and Sir John Bingley, for tak... British Library
referencedIn HENRY STANLEY, 4TH EARL OF DERBY: collection of letters and papers on affairs of state, etc.; circa 1583-1589. Copies in the hand of a secretary in Derby's household. A description of the manuscript, including a number of items now missing from leave..., 1578-1589 British Library
referencedIn Vol. V. (ff. 271). 1 March 154.2/3-circ. 25 May, 1543. 1. (a) The Council of the North to the English Privy Council; Newcastle, 1 March [154.2/3]. Signed by the Duke of Suffolk, the Bishop of Durham, Lord Parr, and Sir R. Sadler. With paper signet. f... British Library
referencedIn COMMONPLACE-BOOK of Sir Edward Hoby, containing entries relating to America, Parliament, the Isle of Sheppey, the siege of Calais (1346-1347), Mary, Queen of Scots, Sir E. Hoby himself, and various other subjects. At the beginning (ff. i-iii), taken ..., approximately 1582-approximately 1596 British Library
creatorOf TREATIES AND RELATED DOCUMENTS, chiefly concerning England; 1043-1654. Latin, English, French and Portuguese. Copies, mid 17th cent.: main text written after June 1646, see the latest dated item in the main hand, ff. 341-341b. One item bears a margin... British Library
creatorOf CHARNWOOD AUTOGRAPHS. Vol. I. English historical autographs, etc., circa 16th-20th cent. Included are Henry VII, Charles I, Oliver Cromwell, William III, Anne, and George II; Sir Philip Sidney, Thomas Wentworth, 1st Earl of Strafford, Thomas, 3rd Bar..., approximately 16th century-20th century British Library
referencedIn Mary of Scotland: Deed bequeathing Scotland to France: 1557.Henry II of France: Bequest of Scotland to, by Mary, Qu. of Scots: 1557. British Library
referencedIn Vol. CXVII (ff. 209). 17 July, 1775-21 July, 1779.Jeffrey Amherst, 1st Baron Amherst: Correspondence with the 1st Earl of Liverpool: 1779-1794.M-Pierrepont, Secretary to the 1st Earl of Liverpool: Letter-books of the same written by: 1775-1783.inclu... British Library
referencedIn Vol. VI. (ff. 299). 3 June-31 August, 1543. 1. Secretary Sadler to the Duke of Suffolk, Lord Parr, and the Bishop of Durham; Edinburgh, 3 June, [1543]. Signed. f. 2. (Printed in Sadler's State Papers, Vol. I. p. 209.) 2. The same to Henry VIII.; Edin... British Library
referencedIn RECENT Impression of the signet of Mary, Queen of Scots. Presented by J. Hewett, Esq. [xxxvi. 235.]Mary of Scotland: Impression of her Signet.Donors of Mss: Hewett (J.). British Library
referencedIn 33,252. TRANSCRIPT of the instructions and correspondence of Sir Ralph Sadler, Ambassador to Scotland, during the years 1539 and 1543. See Eg. MS. 2430. Paper; ff. 188. Late xviith cent. Small Folio.James V of Scotland: Transcript of correspondence o... British Library
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 Vol. DCXL (ff. 316). Nov.-Dec. 1835.includes:ff. 1-288 passim Philosophy: Memoranda by W. E. Gladstone on: 1833-1886.ff. 2-296 passim Metaphysics: Memoranda by W. E. Gladstone on: 1835-1836.ff. 35, 133, 136 Religion: Memoranda by W. E. Gladston... British Library
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 Vol. VIII. (ff. 300). 1 Nov. 1543-28 Febr. 154¾. 1. Sir R. Sadler to the Duke of Suffolk; Edinburgh, 1 Nov. [1543]. With paper signet. f. 2. 2. Sir T. Wharton to the same; Wyrkynton [Workington, co. Cumberl.], second, third of Nov. [1543]. Signed. f.... British 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
referencedIn HARDWICKE PAPERS. Vol. CCCCLXXXIII. Miscellaneous State letters, etc. Vol. II., 1562-1599. The volume opens with the copy of a letter from Mary, Queen of Scots, who had safely reached Scotland in August, 1561, to Queen Elizabeth. Throckmorton's corre..., 1562-1599 British Library
referencedIn TRANSCRIPTS Of instructions to Ambassadors and other similar state-papers; tempp. Hen. VIII.-Eliz.[between 1509-1603]:-1. Instructions to Sir Anthony St,. Leger, K.G., Lord Deputy, and others " whome his majestie hath appointed to be of his Highnes ..., 1509-1603 British Library
referencedIn MISCELLANEOUS LETTERS, papers, etc., 1554-19th century British Library
referencedIn COMMONPLACE book and papers of Sir John Harrington, the poet, with additions. Mostly autograph. The contents are:-1. Warrant of T[homas Howard, 3rd duke of] Norfolk, to Sir John Harrington, vice-tresurer to the vanguard of the army in France, for pa..., 16th century-17th century British Library
referencedIn OFFICIAL PAPERS and correspondence relating to the transactions between England and Scotland carried on through the agency of Sir Ralph Sadleir, Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster. They embrace three several periods, viz., Aug. 1559-April, 1560; No..., 1554-1585 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 Copies and drafts of papers and letters to Scotland; 1189-1669, viz.: 1. "Copia scripture facte per Richardum Primum Regem Anglie Guilielmo Regi Scocie, anno ejus prima" [l189], f. 2. 2. "Responsio Cesaris [Charles V.] ad foederatorum proposita, 12 ..., 1189-1669 British Library
referencedIn MISCELLANEOUS LETTERS AND PAPERS.Paper and vellum; ff. 166. British Library arrangement.A. Letter of George Eliot to Frederick Lehmann; 19 April [1866]. Extracts from this letter are printed in G. S. Haight, The George Eliot Letters (1954-1955), iv, ..., 1353-1999 British Library
referencedIn MISCELLANEOUS tracts, in French, viz. :-1. " Des fondemens de l'estat et des moiens de regner, traduict d'Italien en Francois." f. 2. 2. Gencalogies of noble families of France. f. 12. 3. " Advis de Mr. de Vill." [Nicholas de Neufville, Seigneur de V..., 17th century-18th century British Library
referencedIn MISCELLANEOUS autograph letter; 1641-1797. 1. Marie [de' Medici, widow of Henry IV. of France] to [Frederic Henry] Prince of Orange; London, 2 June, 1641. Fr. Signed with seals. f. 1. 2. Charles [II. of England] to Sir William Davison; Cologne, 22 Oc..., 1641-1797 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 A COLLECTION of forgeries; of Shakespeare autographs, etc., by William Henry Ireland, presented by him, as specimens of what he calls "my Shaksperian fabrications," to William Till in 1834. The contents are:-1. Letters of W. H. Ireland to W. Till; 2..., 1834 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 Mary of Scotland: Order of Qu. Elizabeth for payment of her debts: 1568. British Library
referencedIn Vol. IX. (ff. 223). 1 March, 154¾-28 May, 1544. 1. The Duke of Suffolk and the Bishop of Durham to the English Privy Council; Darnton, 1 March, 154¾. Signed; with paper signet. f. 1. 2. The same to the same; same date. Signed; with paper signet. f. 3... British Library
referencedIn COLLECTION Of political tracts, state letters and papers relating to Home and Foreign affairs, chiefly in the reigns of Qu. Elizabeth and James I., many of them having been transeribed from original documents; 1509-1628. Other copies of artt. 2, 3, 1... British Library
creatorOf Vol. XV (ff. 209). 21 Aug. 1886-1887.includes:ff. 1, 72 Rev. Francis Ed[ward?] Belcombe, of Edinburgh: Letter to Lady Cross: 1886. f. 2 Margaret Arnold Fearon, daughter of Professor Bonamy Price: Letter to Lady Cross: 1866. f. 4 Harvey Goodwin, Bisho... British Library
creatorOf AIRLIE PAPERS. Vol. II A (ff. 122). Correspondence and papers of Lady Airlie; 1861-bef. 1956. 1. ff. 1-43. Correspondence with Queen Mary and other royalty; 1885-1954. The autograph copy by Queen Mary (ff. 14-15b) of her letter to Lady Airlie, 24 Nov..., 1861-1956 British Library
referencedIn ANTHEM on Psalm xcv. for two choirs of eight voices; 16 Feb. 1785. Full score. Paper. Oblong Folio.John Wall Callcott, composer: Musical compositions: 1785-1812.includes:f. 53 James II of England; Mary of Modena: Letter to, from Princess Anne: 1688.:... British Library
referencedIn ROTHSCHILD BEQUEST. Vol. XV. Drawings, mostly in Indianink (artt. 5, 7, coloured), of funeral processions:-(1) "Funeral processions of a Knight of the Garter and a Duchess." f. 1;-(2) Anne of Cleves, wife of Henry VIII. (ob. 1557). f. 7;-(3) Sir Chri... British Library
creatorOf Francis Chagrin: Shorter orchestral works, 1941-1957, 1941-1957 British Library
referencedIn Vol. CCCXCVIII (ff. 371). 9 Aug.-5 Nov. 1883.includes:f. 1 John Alexander Beith, merchant: Letters to W. E. Gladstone: 1883.f. 5 Hugh Culling Eardley Childers, PC; MP: Minutes by: 1865-1886.ff. 6, 31 Margaret Lindsay, widow of Alexander, 25th E... British Library
creatorOf JOHN LESLIE, Bishop of Ross, 'Tranquilitatis animi praeservatio et munimentum ad serenissimam principem D. Mariam Scotorum Reginam'; 1573 (title and date, f. iv). Latin. Autograph (see Cotton MS. Caligula C.III, ff. 4 sqq.). Composed while Leslie was..., 1573 British Library
creatorOf PAGET PAPERS (3RD SERIES). Vol. VI (ff. 213). Letters from, or on behalf of:– 1. ff. 1-21. George V, partly as Duke of York and Prince of Wales; 1884-1919. 2. ff. 22-60b. Queen Mary, partly as Duchess of York and Princess of Wales; 1886-1918. 3. ff. ..., 1877-1919 British Library
referencedIn 1. LETTERS of Maria Beatrice, Queen of James II., written after the abdication of the King, and addressed to M. Gualterio, when Papal Nuncio in France, and in subsequent years; dated from St. Germain and Chaillot, 22 Jan. 1701-28 Feb. 1718. Italian a... 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 Vol. LXVI (ff. 201).1828-May 1829.includes:ff. 1, 79, 80 Charles Augustus Ellis, 6th Baron Howard de Walden: Letters, partly on behalf of G. Canning, to Prince Lieven: [1825?] -[1826-1834].: Partly Fr.ff.2,94 Prince Ivan Alekseevich Potemkin,; R... British Library
referencedIn CASSIOBURY PAPERS. Vol. V. Miscellaneous State-papers and letters, etc., viz.:-1. Valuation of Peterborough Abbey: "Valor tocius nuper monasterii ibidem de anno r.r. Henrici viijui xxxjmo" [1539]. Amount 2003l. 13s. l.5/8d. gross, 1746l. 15s. 3 3/8d..., 1539-1688 British Library
referencedIn EXTRACTS from public records and other sources relating to the Crown jewels, plate, etc., tempp Hen. VIII.-Anne. Included also (ff. 7-24) is "The manner of the coronation of the Kinge and Queene of England," temp. Chas. 1. ; and (:W. 2 7-37) " The in... British Library
referencedIn ORIGINAL correspondence, chiefly official, of Francis Godolphin Osborne, Marquess of Caermarthen, and 5th Duke of Leeds, Secretary of State, etc.; Vol. III.Charles Lennox, 3rd Duke of Richmond and Lennox: Letters to Lord Carmarthen: 1785-1790.William..., 1783-1798 British Library
referencedIn Vol. X. (ff. 254). 1 June-31 Oct. 1544. 1. "Aduertisementes out of Scotlande"; n.d. [circ. 1 June, I544]. f. 2. 2. Lord Hertford, Francis [Talbot, 5th Earl of] Shrewsbury, the Bishop of Durham, and Sir R. Sadler to the English Privy Council; Dernton ... British Library
referencedIn MISCELLANEOUS papers,chiefly political; 1559-1705. Included are:-1. [Pietro Paolo] Vergerio [the younger, Italian reformer] to Queen Elizabeth; Heidelberg, 29 Oct. 1559. Ital. Copy. f. 1. 2. Answer of Queen Elizabeth in council to the Spanish ambass..., 1559-1705 British Library
referencedIn LETTERS of [Benoit] de Maillet [French Consul-General at Leghorn] to Card. Gualterio; Leghorn, Marseilles, etc., 30 Aug. 1713-29 Sept. 1726. Fr. Chiefly signed, but, a few holograph. Among the enclosures are 1. Letter of [Joseph Emmanuel] Card. de la... British Library
referencedIn Sloane 1252Chartaceus, in 4to. minori, ff. 104, Sec. XVII.1. Vocum quarundam in S. Scriptura expositio, etc. ff. 1-98.2. 'Collecta ex institutionibus juris canonici.' ff. 98b-104.includes:ff. 1-98 Theology: Exposition of theological terms: 17th cen... British Library
referencedIn MISCELLANEOUS LETTERS AND PAPERS. Paper; ff. 126. British Library arrangement. A. Two letters; 1843, 1856. Transferred from the Department of Printed Books, 9 Feb. 1967. ff. 1-4. 1. ff. 1-2. John Pye Smith, nonconformist divine, to? Rev. Dr Joseph Bo..., 1673-1946 British Library
referencedIn A COLLECTION of miscellaneous papers in Spanish and Latin, viz.: 1. "Avisso de Paris de la vida y martirio de la Serinissima Reyna Maria de Escocia, lo qual acontecio a 18 Frebrero de 1587," f. 3. 2. "Memorial al Rey sobre los inconvenientes de vende..., 17th century British Library
referencedIn Owners of Manuscripts: Guide, Family of.includes:ff. 3-18 Theology: Analecta de studio theologiæ: 17th cent.ff. 19-32 Theology: "Of high power": 17th cent.f. 32 Accompts: Memoranda respecting provender for horses: 1686.ff. 37-43 Plotinus: Exc... British Library
referencedIn COPIES of letters, speeches, etc., 1545-1579; collected as models or precedents, and arranged under the heads of "Advice," "Answers to petitions," "Commendatory," "Consolatory," "Expostulatory," "Orations," "Narratory," and "Supplicatory." The conten..., 1545-1579 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
referencedIn HARDWICKE PAPERS. Vol. CCCCLXXXII. Miscellaneous State letters, etc. Vol. I., 1425, 1553-1561. The correspondence of Sir Nicholas Throckmorton with Queen Elizabeth and Secretary Cecil, which forms the most important part of this volume, consists of d..., 1425-1561 British Library
referencedIn HISTORICAL and archæological notes and extracts, the principal being as follows:-1. "Notes of correspondence of the Montforts, Darleys, Mirfields, &c., of Filnhurst" [co. York], f. 12. 2. The trial of Mary Queen of Scots; 12 Oct,. 1586, ff. 20, 76. ..., 19th century British Library
referencedIn Vol II. 1. Two copies of a report of . . . . [Grand Vicar of the diocese of Soissons] to Mary of Modena, on his conduct in respect to the oath of fidelity required of Roman Catholics in England; Rome, 28 Jan. 1717. Fr. f. 1. 2. "Copie de la lettre de..., 1716-1719 British Library
referencedIn VOL. I. 15 Oct. 1706-24 Dec. 1712. Among the enclosures are-1. Petition of Taddeo Schiauina, "gentilhuomo di Cesena," to Card. Gualterio; n.d. Ital. f. 98. 2. "Copie d'une lettre écrite a Tudela, par un officier de l'armée d'Espagne, le 29 Aoust, 17... British Library
referencedIn James B. Pinker letters concerning the James family, 1900-1934 and undated. Houghton Library
referencedIn COLLECTIONS relating to the Court, and office of the Earl Marshal, comprising extracts from records; lists of the Marshals; the manner of exercising the office at coronations; treatises on duels by Sir Edward Coke, Sir Robert Cotton, and others; pape..., 17th century British Library
referencedIn Benjamin Franklin Papers Part 5 -- Letters to Franklin, 1779 December-1780 December American Philosophical Society
referencedIn AUTOGRAPHS of royal persons; 1443-1791, viz.: 1. Letter signed by Isabel [of Portugal, wife of Philip the Good, Duke of Burgundy] to Nicolas de Cerilly, Receiver of Aids at St. Quentin; Bruges, 6 Oct. 1443. Fr. f. 1. 2. John, Count of Angoulesme, to ..., 1443-1791 British Library
creatorOf TRUMBULL JOURNALS. Vol. II (ff. i+38). 'A Short Acct of my Negotiation att ye Court of Florence 1687' (f. 17) seeking unsuccessfully to arrange a marriage between Queen Mary's brother, Francesco, and the Grand Duke's daughter, Anna. Partly Italian an..., 1687 British Library
referencedIn ENGLISH part songs for five voices, each part in a separate volume. Among them are laments on the deaths of Sir Philip Sidney, Thomas Tallis, Queen Mary, Mary Queen of Scots, Queen Elizabeth, and Henry Prince of Wales. Five volumes. Paper; xviith cen..., 17th century British Library
referencedIn A COLLECTION of solos for the viola da gamba transcribed into modern staff notation from the original (17th cent.) tablature of a MS. belonging to the Corporation of Manchester, under the supervision of Dr. Thomas Lea Southgate, who has written a pre..., 1913 British Library
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
referencedIn MISCELLANEOUS COLLECTION Of papers relating to the history of Scotland, and more particularly to the Jacobite risings of 1715 and 1745:-1. Award "concerning sundry disputes" between William, Bishop of Orkney and Shetland, and Haco Johnson; Kirkwall,... British Library
referencedIn TRANSCRIPTS of State Papers relating to Scotland, viz.:-1. Papers and correspondence concerning internal affairs and relations with England ; 1558-1560. (See Calendar of Foreign State Papers.) ff. 2-103. 2. Correspondence of English officers and oth..., 1703 British Library
referencedIn Miscellaneous photostatic and photographic reproductions of manuscripts, circa, 1900-1999 Houghton Library
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 STREATFEILD COLLECTIONS. Vol. XLV1I. Original documents, most of which relate to the affairs of, or are written by residents in, the county of Kent; 1493-1810. Amongst them are the following :-1. Acquittance by William Warham [Archbishop of Canterbu..., 1493-1810 British Library
referencedIn THEOLOGICAL treatises, etc.,.in Latin. 1. "Expositio Bode presbiteri in parabolis Salomonis," f 3. 2. "Versvs domni Bed presbiteri de penis:" the first 47 lines of the "Hymnus de die judicii," Migne, vol. xciv. 633, f. 59. 3. Versus de baptismo et eu..., 12th century British Library
creatorOf MORGAN-GRENVILLE PAPERS (SERIES II). Vol. III. The Stowe Visitors' Book containing signatures of visitors to Stowe; 16 Oct. 1868-16 Sept. 1920. Begun by Caroline, first wife of the 3rd Duke. Includes signatures of members of the Royal Family, politic... 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 Vol. I (ff. 140). Papers, chiefly of Sir George Bowes (d. 1580), relating for the most part to his activities in repressing the Northern Rebellion of 1569-1570, and comprising letters received, drafts and copies of his own letters, accomptes returns ..., 1484-1691 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 Grant from Francis II. and Mary, King and Queen of Scots, to J. Carmichael, of Meadowfleet, of the Barony of Crawfurd-Lindsay, co. Lanark; 1558.Mary of Scotland: Grant from her and Francis II., as King and Queen of Scotland, to J. Carmichael: 1558.Cr..., 1558 British Library
creatorOf BALFOUR PAPERS. Vol. IV (ff. 202). 1. ff. 1-150. George V, partly as Prince of Wales; 1900-1928. 2. f. 151. Letter from Balfour to Queen Mary, as Princess of Wales; 1904. Copy. 3. ff. 153-202. Other members of the Royal Family, including the Duke and..., 1887-1929 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. II (ff. 135). Poems, chiefly of the peroid 1878-1904, a number of school compositions and the Essay on Mary, Queen of Scots. Mainly autograph.1. School compositions. Swinburne was at Eton from 1849-1853. (a) Latin elegiacs on "Arminius." The tu..., 1878-1904 British Library
referencedIn LETTERS of James Edward, son of King James II., and known as "the Pretender," and "the Chevalier of St. George," with enclosures; 25 Jan. 1706-23 Jan. 1728. French. Holograph or signed; with a few copies. They occur in the following order, viz.: 1. "... British Library
referencedIn Mary of Scotland: Deed bequeathing Scotland to France: 1557.Henry II of France: Bequest of Scotland to, by Mary, Qu. of Scots: 1557. British Library
referencedIn ORIGINIAL letters addressed to Mary Beatrice d'Este, Queen of James II., by foreign sovereigns, princes, cardinals, and others, on the King's accession, the death of her mother, the birth of the Prince of Wales, etc.; 1685-1688. Chiefly in Italian. S..., 1685-1688 British Library
referencedIn Sloane 1600Paper, in 8vo, ff. 68, XVII Century; bound with No. 2625.A collection of prescriptions, receipts in cookery, etc. ff. 1-67.Receipts: Miscellaneous receipts: 17th cent.Medicine: Charms and Receipts. Orationes et receptæmedica.: 10th-18th ce... British Library
referencedIn ORIGINAL letters of Scotch noblemen:-1. Letters of pardon from Mary Queen of Scots to the retainers of Patrick, Lord Gray, for absence from her army, at the siege, of St. Andrew's; dat. St. Andrew's, a.r. 4 [1546]. Sealed with the Queen's signet, an..., 1546-1680 British Library
referencedIn 1. OFFICIAL copies of briefs of Pope Clement Xl. [Giovanni Francesco Albani] to James Edward, the Pretender, son of James II. of England; 23 April, 1712-16 Sept. 1719. Lat. f. 1. Amongst them is the copy of a letter from [Count?] Castelblanco to the ... British Library
referencedIn Mary of Scotland: Extracts relating to her reign, from Montaigne's "Histoire de l'Europe," livre ix.: 17th cent.Jacques de Montaigne, President et Garde des sceaulx à Montpellier: Le neufiesme livre de son "Histoire de l'Europe": 17th cent.: Extract.... British Library
creatorOf PAPERS RELATING TO SCOTLAND AND MARY, QUEEN OF SCOTS; 1565?-c.1600, n.d. Latin, English and French. Partly copies and drafts. Endorsements, memoranda and drafts in Beale's autograph, passim from f. 104b. Included is correspondence, etc., concerning n..., 1560-1605 British Library
referencedIn TRANSCRIPTS of political and other letters and papers, collected for Sir Francis Fane, cr. Earl of Westmoreland in 1624, to whom and to whose family and estates, especially in co. Kent, many of the documents refer. The contents, which relate chiefly ..., 17th century British Library
referencedIn INDEX of the same. Paper; ff. 12. Late xviith cent. Small Folio.James V of Scotland: Transcript of correspondence of Sir R. Sadleyr, English ambassador: 1539 -1540.Mary of Scotland: Transcript of correspondence of Sir R. Sadleyr, English ambassador:... British Library
referencedIn LIVES OF FEMALE SAINTS and other theological works, etc., in Latin prose and verse. As follows:-(1) 'Breuiloquium fratris Bonauenture supra totam sacram scripturam': Breviloquium of St Bonaventura, Cardinal-bishop of Albano (d. 1274), beg. 'Flecto ge... British Library
referencedIn VOL. VII. Correspondence, excerpts, and other papers, among which are:-1. "De adventu Jacobi apostoli Majoris in Hispaniam disputatio," by Mariana, with autograph corrections, f. 70. 2. S. Isidori "Liber differentiarum;" with collations by Mariana, ... British Library
referencedIn ORIGINAL LETTERS of sovereigns and noblemen, actors, artists, and authors; arranged in each class, according to the nationalities of the writers, under the beads of England, Flanders, France, Germany, Italy, Poland, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, and th..., 16th century-19th century British Library
referencedIn Vol. II.Prince James Francis Edward Stuart,; the 'Old Pretender': Correspondence with Card. Gualterio: 1702-1728.: Ital and Fr.James II of England; Mary of Modena: Letters to, from Card. Gualterio: 1702 -1718.: Ital. and Fr.includes:f. 233 Francesco..., 1702-1728 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 Letters, most of which are originals, relative to Scottish Admiralty Causes, Londo... British Library
referencedIn 1. THE Psychomachia of Aurelius Prudentius; with interlinear and marginal glosses; illustrated with pen-and-ink drawings, sometimes slightly tinted, f. 2. 2. In a different hand; "Versions hildeberti cenomanensis opiscopi in expositionem inisæ;" foll..., 10th century-16th century British Library
referencedIn MISCELLANEOUS original letters, etc.; 1495-1844:-1. Philippe de Commynes [Comines, Sire d'Argenton] to [Ludovico Sforza, il Moro], Duke of Milan, assuring him of the gratitude of Charles VIII. of France for his services in Italy; Venice, 9 Mar. [149..., 1495-1844 British 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
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 HARDWICKE PAPERS. Vol. CCCCXCVI. Historical collections relating to Scotland, 1500-1600, consisting of transcripts of tracts letters, etc., from MSS. in the British Museum, the Advocates' Library, Edinburgh, and elsewhere. Among them are:-1. "Histor..., 1500-1600 British Library
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 ORIGINAL letters of James VI. of Scotland, and others; 1567-1595: 1. Proclamation of Mary, Queen of Scots, when besieged in Borthwick Castle; Borthik, 11 June, 1567. Signed; with seal. Followed by a copy. f. 1 b, 3 b. 2. Letters of James VI. to Sir ..., 1567-1595 British Library
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
referencedIn "CONTRACTS et Traités de Mariages entre Roys et Princes," 1533-1721: viz., Henry II., of France, and Catherine de Medicis; 1533, f. 3; Francis II. and Mary of Scotland; 1558, f. 10; Emanuel Philibert Duke of Savoy, and Marguerite de France, Duchess o..., 17th century-18th century British Library
referencedIn John Leslie, Bishop of Ross: Correspondence with Mary, Queen of Scots, Rudolph II., and others: 1576, 1578.: Lat.: Copies.includes:ff. 1, 1 b. 2 Mary of Scotland: Letters to the Bishop of Ross,: Jan., April and July, 1578.: Lat.: Copies.f. 2 John... British Library
creatorOf MISCELLANEOUS COLLECTION of relazioni, letters, manifesto, and peace treaties relating to the Papacy, Spain, Malta, England, France, the Council of Trent, Austria, Venice, the German Empire, Turkey, and Scotland; circa 1458-1570. Latin and Italian. C... British Library
referencedIn OFFICIAL Papers and Documents, some of which are originals, collected by, and partly in the handwriting of, Robert Beale, viz.:-Papers, chiefly in French and Dutch, relating to the negotiation carried on at Middleburg by the Queen's Commissioners, S..., 16th century British Library
referencedIn TRANSCRIPTS of various Historical Papers in a hand of the xviith cent. viz. Letter of Richard III. to the Mayor of Windsor, to arrest utterers of seditious writings, dat. Westm. 6 Dec. [1485 ?];-Letter of Henry, Earl of Richmond, before he was King, ..., 17th century British Library
referencedIn James Stewart, natural son of James V, Prior of St. Andrews, afterwards Earl of Moray and Regent of Scotland: Legitimatization of: 1561.Mary of Scotland: Legitimization of James, Earl of Murray: 1562.: Great and Privy Seals. British Library
creatorOf MISCELLANEOUS TRACTS AND LETTERS, ETC., relating to English affairs, domestic and diplomatic, with some legal papers, etc.;circa 1571-1626, n.d. Copies, circa 1626-1633. The Ralegh material (no. 2 below) comprises eleven letters, etc., 1603-1612, n.d..., 1571-1633 British Library
referencedIn Vol. I, ff. 303, XIXth cent. Quarto.James I of England: Transcripts of State papers of his reign, by J. Bruce and S. R. Gardiner: 19th cent.includes:ff. 7-11 Recipes: Copies of medical recipes: 15th cent. ff. 12-15 Wing, Rutland, or county Buckingha..., 19th century British Library
referencedIn Vol. I.Prince James Francis Edward Stuart,; the 'Old Pretender': Correspondence with Card. Gualterio: 1702-1728.: Ital and Fr.James II of England; Mary of Modena: Letters to, from Card. Gualterio: 1702 -1718.: Ital. and Fr.includes:f. 1 Prince James..., 1702-1728 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 British Library
creatorOf POLITICAL TRACTS, etc.; 1558-c. 1579, n.d. Partly Latin and French. Copies, except where otherwise described. Partial contents list, f. v. Notes and titles by Beale passim. 1. ff. xvb, 1-9b. Treatise in answer to John Knox, The First Blast of the Tru..., 16th century British Library
referencedIn 1. PERCEVAL le Gallois, or the Conte du Graal, a poem left unfinished by Chrestien de Troyes, and continued by various writers; in about 32000 octosyllabic lines. French. f. 4. Begins with the usual prologue " Qui petit seimme petit queut," etc., in ..., 13th century British Library
referencedIn INTERCEPTED Jacobite and other letters; 14 Nov. 1696-circa Jan. 1702, viz.:-1. [John Ellis] to [Sir W. Trumbull, Secretary of State] on the designs of the Jacobite party; 14 Nov. 1696. Unsigned. f. 1. 2. [John Daniel] to [Mary, daughter of William He..., 1696-approximately 1702 British Library
referencedIn Tennessee Williams correspondence and other papers, 1918-1980. Harvard Theatre Collection, Houghton Library, Harvard College Library, Harvard University.
referencedIn Vellum, folio, ff. 78, xv. Cent. 1. "Les cronicles qe Frere Nichol Tryuet escript a dame Marie la fille Mounseignour le Roi Edward le fitz Henri," being annals from the creation to the 7 Edw. II. fol. 1. 2. Versus Sibyllini 27 de die judicii. fol. 78... British Library
referencedIn VITAE PATRVM and a few other lives of saints, in Latin. The MS. originally consisted of artt. 2-7 and 13-24. The missing conclusion of art. 7 with other matter was then added by a contemporary hand, cancelling part of f. 86 and adding artt. 8-12. The... British Library
referencedIn HARRINGTON PAPERS. VOL. I (ff. i + 126). 'Prose No. I', comprising copies of petitions, tracts, etc., circ. 1560-1580, arranged largely in chronological order. Two main hands may be distinguished (cf. ff. 1-78 and 82b-119b). The contents are as follo..., 1555-1580 British Library
referencedIn AUTOGRAPHS OF ROYAL PERSONAGES of England and Scotland, viz. Warrant to the Keeper of the Wardrobe, signed by Henry VI., no date, on parchment;-Warrant to the Keeper of the Wardrobe, signed by Henry VIII., and countersigned by Wolsey, as Bishop of Li..., 1422-1838 British Library
referencedIn Kirk of Scotland: Tracts chiefly relating to the disputes in the church and to the abolition of Episcopacy by the General Assembly: 1636-1638.includes:f. 39 Sir John Hamilton, of Orbiston, Lord Justice Clerk of Scotland: Instructions to, from his M... British Library
referencedIn Sloane 1427Paper, folio, ff. 101, XVII century.1. "A breife discourse conteyning a true declaration of the friendly and honest parte kept at all tymes by the Bishopp of Rosse (John Lesley) towardes the righte honorable Lord the Duke of Norfolk and ot... British Library
referencedIn Codex membranaceus, in 4to., ff. 138, sec. xiv., quondam Carthusiensium prope Moguntiam. 1. Notationes in varios S. Scripturæ locos, ad initium et finem mutilatæ. fol. 1. Incip. per verba, "carnern Domino sacrificat." Deficit per verba, "da animam et... British Library
referencedIn ORIGINAL letters and papers, chiefly relating to Mary, Queen of Scots, in connection with the Babington conspiracy; 1572-1588:-1. “The severall Crimes, wherewith the Scottishe Queene is charged by the Bill" in Parliament; [May 1572], f. 2. See Cotto..., 16th century British Library
creatorOf TRUMBULL PAPERS. Vol. CLXXIII (ff. 113). Miscellaneous tracts and papers relating to the crown and to Scottish and Irish affairs, etc.; circa 1562-1634, n.d. Partly French. Partly copies, imperfect. Paper: ff. 113. From Add. 5, 7, 8, 11, 37 42. As fo..., 1509-1634 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 autograph letters, etc. :-A. Alfred Tennyson [Baron Tennyson 1884], Poet Laureate, to W. C. Bennett, with sketch of a pyramid of correspondence, signed yours ever tho' penny post-maddened"; Farringford, 22 Oct. 1864. f. 1. B. Jonathan S..., 1545-1864 British Library
referencedIn (ff. 302). PAPERS relatinog principally to the affairs of Scotland 1229-1612. Amongst them are:-1. Treatise on the government of Scotland. f. 3. 2. Contract of marriage of Mary, Queen of Scots, with James, Earl of Bothwell, 1567. f. 18. 3. " Traictéz... British Library
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
referencedIn ORIGINAL letters and papers chiefly relating to the affairs of Scotland; 1541-1630. 1. D[avid Beaton], Cardinal [Archbishop] of St. Andrew's, to "my lord secretare;" Paris, 26 Nov. [1541 ?]. Signed. f. 1. 2. Letters of Mary [of Lorraine], Queen Dowag..., 1541-1630 British Library
referencedIn TRANSCRIPTS of official correspondence and state papers relating to transactions between England and Scotland; 1543-March, 1545. See the originals in Add. MSS. 32,646-32,657. Three Volumes. Paper; ff. 284, 209, 251. End of xviith cent. Folio. British Library
referencedIn Membranaceus, in 4to., ff. 195, ex variis codicibus compositus, sec. xiv., olim fratrum Carthusiensium prope Moguntiam. l. Passionale, seu Compendium de vitis et moribus Martyrum aliaque legenda in festis totius anni; in eo-Prologus. fol. 1. Incip. "... British Library
creatorOf PAPERS RELATING TO THE CHURCH OF SCOTLAND, etc.; 1563-1598, n.d. Partly Latin. Copies, unless otherwise described. 1. ff. 2-8. 'Of Discipline in the Church of Scotlande', a short tract followed by answers to James VI's questions (for which see art. 1..., 1560-1599 British Library
referencedIn Vol. iv. (ff. 453). Jan.-July, 1778.British America, and United States: Proceedings of the Commissioners sent out to treat with: 1778.British America, and United States: Papers, etc., relating to the war and public affairs: 1776-1781.includes:ff. 3, ... British Library
referencedIn Vol. I. (ff. 300). ANGLO-GALLICA, or negotiations and treaties between England and France; 1359, 1525-1654. 1. " Traicté entre le Roy de France et le Royaume d'Escosse pour la delivrance du Roy d'Escosse, prisonnier en Angleterre " ; Paris, July, 135... British Library
referencedIn Lieutenant Gedeon Bonnivert, son of Paschall and Judith Bonnivert of Sedan in Champagne: Papers and collections of, in prose and verse: 15th-17th centt.includes:ff. 2-16 b Theology: On penance and confession, tribulation and temptation, contemplati... British Library
referencedIn Copyright documents, 1729-1750/1. Houghton Library
referencedIn Nell Blaine diaries and correspondence, ca. 1947-2002. Houghton Library
creatorOf GILBERT PAPERS. Vol. LV (ff. 234). P-Z, etc.includes:f. 1 Mrs B. Page-May: Letter to Lady Gilbert: 1911.f. 3 Stella Pain, [daughter of Barry Pain?]: Letter to Lady Gilbert: 1911.f. 5 Mrs Catherine Parker, of Stanmore: Letter to Lady Gilbert: 19... 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
referencedIn ORIGINAL letters from James II. of England and his Queen, Mary Beatrice d'Este, to John Caryll [titular lord Caryll], Secretary to the Queen, consisting of four letters from the King and nineteen from the Queen; Chaillot, Fontainebleau, Boulogne, La ..., 1692-1710 British Library
referencedIn Vol. Xll. (ff. 226). 30 May, 1547-27 May, 1590. 1. The Bishop of Durham to [Edward Seymour, Duke of Somerset,] Lord Protector; Aukland, [co. Durham], 30 May, 1547. Signed; with paper signet. f. 2. 2. [Sir] James Wylford to the Lord Lieutenant of the ... 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 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 HORÆ Beatæ Mariæ Virginis, etc.:-1. Kalendarium, f. 1 b. 2. Cursus Evangeliorum, f. 5. 3. Horæ B. Mariæ Virginis, f. 11 b. 4. Psalmi poenitentiales, f. 40 b. 5. Litania, f. 44 b. 6. Horæ S. Crucis, f. 48. 7. Horæ S. Spiritus, f. 49 b. 8. Officium Mo..., 16th century British Library
referencedIn Louisa May Alcott additional papers, 1839-1888. Houghton Library
referencedIn A THIN volume of Scottish state papers; 1562-1613. Amongst them:-1. Draft of a letter from Mary, Queen of Scots, to the Cardinal of Lorraine and the Duke of Guise, relating circumstances of her recent progress to the North of Scotland, the seizure o..., 1562-1613 British Library
referencedIn ORIGINAL letters of Royal and other personages, principally English; 1596-1844. 1. Queen Elizabeth to Henry IV. of France; n.d. [Sept. 1596]. Fr. Holograph; with modern transcript. ff. 1, 3. 2. [Sir] Thomas Chaloner, tutor to Prince Henry, son of Jam... British Library
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 ORIGINAL letters of Cardinals and others to Mary of Modena, Queen of James II.; 1713-1717, viz.: Cardinal Francesco Acquaviva, f. 2. Cardinal Ferdinando d'Adda (two letters), ff. 3, 4. Cardinal Nicolo Acciaioli (two letters), ff. 5, 6. Emilio Altieri..., 1713-1717 British Library
referencedIn "A BOOKE of Warrantes to the great Guarderobe, Tempore Regine Elizabeth, towchyng her Maiesties Roobes and Appareill": a register of warrants addressed to John Fortescue, Master of the Great Wardrobe for payments for materials and workmanship, as wel..., 1568-1589 British Library
referencedIn TRACT AGAINST MARY, QUEEN OF SCOTS by? Thomas Norton; April-May 1571. Corrections and part of the text are in Norton's autograph, eg. ff. 1, 12-13, 21b-22. For another copy of the text with minor variations, see Add. 48049, art. 6. The name 'Antonie ... British Library
referencedIn Vol. I. (ff. 257). 9 May, 1554-31 Oct. 1559. 1. Qu. Mary to Sir R. Sadleir; St. James Manor, 9 May, 1 year [1554]. Signed with stamp; with paper signet. f. 1. 2. The same and King Philip to the same; Hampton Court, 20 April, 1 & 2 years [1555]. Signe..., 1554-1559 British Library
creatorOf PAPERS AND CORRESPONDENCE CHIEFLY RELATING TO MARY, QUEEN OF SCOTS and the conspiracies and plots involving her; 1559-1594, n.d. Some Latin, French and Spanish. Mostly contemporary copies. Further official copies of many of the items are in Cotton MS..., 1558-1626 British Library
referencedIn " AN ANSWER to a discourse of John Lesley, Bishop of Rosse (see above, No. 272, art. 1), intended to prove that Mary, Queen of Scots, was intitled to the crown of England in preference to Queen Elizabeth, because the Pope had deposed her, and that he... British Library
creatorOf Vol. xviii (ff. 120). Martin, Sheelah – Mitford, Diana.includes:f.1 Evelyn Arthur St John Waugh, novelist: Sheelah Martin, mother of Giles Fitzherbert, son-in-law of Evelyn Waugh: Letter to Evelyn Arthur St John Waugh from Sheelah Martin: 1962.ff.... British Library
referencedIn Vol. I. (ff. 290). 7 March 153-31 Dec. 1541. 1. "Memoriall credentiall geven by [Henry VIII.] to [Thomas Hawley], Carlisle herald, of certain things to be shewed to his nephieu [ James V. ], the King of Scotts "; [ 7 March, 153½]. Unsigned. f . 2. 2.... British Library
referencedIn HARDWICKE PAPERS. Vol. CCCCXCV. "Memoirs of the affairs of Scotland, or a Journal of the most remarkable occurrences in the reigns of Queen Mary and of her son King James, from the day of her marriage with the Dauphin of France to her son's accession..., 1558-1572 British Library
referencedIn VOL. I. 1. Letter of Lord Caryll to [Card. Gualterio]; St. Germain, 2 Oct. 1701; enclosing copies of a Latin letter from James, the Pretender, to the Pope, dat. St. Germain, 2 Oct. 1701; and of the will of James II., 8 Sept. 1701. Fr. f. 1. 2. Letter..., 1701-1716 British Library
referencedIn IMPRESSION, in red sealing wax, of the signet of Mary, Queen of Scots. From Add. MS. 31,837.Mary of Scotland: Signet seal. British Library
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Paris, France
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Maidstone, Kent
Netherlands, Europe
Seville, Andalusia
Netherlands, Europe
London, England
Lisbon, Portugal
Wiltshire, England
Prussia, Germany
London, England
Ireland, Europe
Ireland, Europe
Nieuwpoort, Flanders
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South Africa, Africa
Netherlands, Europe
Scotland, Kingdom of, United Kingdom
Cornwall, England
London, England
America, North America
Kent, England
Carlisle, Cumberland
Wolsingham, Durham
Netherlands, Europe
Breda, the Netherlands
Belgrade, Serbia
Berwick, Berwickshire
Scotland, Kingdom of, United Kingdom
Kinsale, Cork
Genoa, Italy
Saxony, Germany
Gariauch, Aberdeenshire
Netherlands, Europe
Bruges, Belgium
Netherlands, Europe
Ypres, Belgium
Culloden, Invernesshire
Edinburgh, Scotland
Astbury, Cheshire
Veere al. Campfer, Isle of Waicheren
Melfi, Italy
Whittlewood Forest, Oxfordshire, and Buckinghamshire
Hainault, Province of, France
Shetland Islands, Scotland
Paris, France
Scotland, Kingdom of, United Kingdom
Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire
Lauther Castle, Berwickshire
Laughton, Sussex
Edinburgh, Scotland
Liddisdale, District of, Roxburghshire
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Norham Castle, Durham
Netherlands, Europe
London, England
Tantallon Castle, Haddingtonshire
Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland
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Hamilton, Lanarkshire
Culloden, Invernesshire
Banffshire, Scotland
St. Andrews, Fifeshire
Borrowstonness, Linlithgow
Malta, Europe
Mickleton, North Riding of Yorkshire
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Scarboroagh, Yorkshire
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Orkney Islands, Scotland
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Spain, Europe
Holland, the Netherlands
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Surinam, South America
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North America, America
Dort, Holland
Neuburg, Meissen
Rostherne, Cheshire
Rye, Sussex
Cambrai, France
Montreuil, France
Normandy, France
Brussels, Belgium
Embden, Hanover
Netherlands, Europe
Southampton, Hampshire
Roxburgh, Roxburghshire
Sédan, France
Perth, Perthshire
Scotland, Kingdom of, United Kingdom
Scotland, Kingdom of, United Kingdom
Clun, Shropshire
Bellerby, North Riding of Yorkshire
Cocklaw, Teviotdale
Guernsey, Channel Islands
Preswen, Cumberland
Flanders, Belgium
Brunswick, Lower Saxony
Home Castle, Berwickshire
Wark Castle, Northumberland
Harty, Kent
Turkey, Asia Minor
Aldwinkle, Northamptonshire
Lille, Nord
New Plymouth, N. America
Harrington, Northamptonshire
London, England
Stirling, Scotland
Solway Moss, Cumberland
Venice, Italy
East Hang, North Riding of Yorkshire
Ireland, Europe
Buchan, Aberdeenshire
Amsterdam, Netherlands
London, England
London, England
Morocco, North Africa
Ireland, Europe
Friesland, Province of, the Netherlands
Netherlands, Europe
Wirksworth, Derbyshire
Ireland, Europe
Rouge Cloître al. Roode Kloster, Belgium
Ireland, Europe
Fotheringhay Castle, Northamptonshire
Mereworth Castle, Kent
Northamptonshire, England
Fontenoy, Belgium
China, Asia
Wing, Rutland
Netherlands, Europe
York, Yorkshire
Antwerp, Belgium
London, England
Peel Castle, Isle of Man
Germany, Europe
Shetland Islands, Scotland
Cliffe Regis, Northamptonshire
Elmley, Kent
Ireland, Europe
Scotland, Kingdom of, United Kingdom
Crawford-Lindsay, Lanarkshire
Streatlam, Durham
Daventry, Northamptonshire
Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland
Vercelli, Piedmont
Tangier, Morocco
Herculaneum, Italy
Merse, Scotland
Watford, Hertfordshire
Ettington Park, Warwickshire
Ratisbon, Bavaria
Brussels, Belgium
Netherlands Southern Provinces, the Netherlands
Ashby-de-la-Zouch, Leicestershire
Scotland, United Kingdom
Canterbury, Kent
Frankfurt-am-Main, Germany
Queenborough, Kent
Stirling, Scotland
Dingwall, county Ross
Kent, England
West Malling, Kent
Compiègne, France
Cadiz, Spain
Hamburg, Germany
Melton-Mowbray, Leicestershire
Persia, Asia Minor
Uxbridge, Middlesex
Wales, United Kingdom
Poissy, France
Cambridge, Cambridgeshire
Bruges, Belgium
Guiana, South America
Scotland, Kingdom of, United Kingdom
Waterloo, Belgium
Kent, England
Leith, Scotland
Wales, United Kingdom
Davenport, Cheshire
Roxburgh Castle, Roxburghshire
Middelburg, Zeeland
Strathbogy, Aberdeenshire
Netherlands, Europe
Isle of Grain, Kent
Coventry, Warwickshire
Emden, East Friesland
Bradbury, Durham
Calais, France
Rushen Castle, Isle of Man
Dunfermline, Fifeshire
Italy, Europe
Scotland, Kingdom of, United Kingdom
Gillingham, Kent
Odd-Rode al. Rode in Astbury, Cheshire
Ireland, Europe
Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland
Southwark, Surrey
Milton, Hundred of, Kent
Liege, Belgium
Norham Castle, Durham
Leghorn, Italy
Boulogne, France
Sherborne, Dorset
Windsor, Berkshire
Glasgow, Scotland
Mar, Aberdeenshire
Ireland, Europe
Netherlands, Europe
Netherlands, Europe
Maidstone, Kent
Ireland, Europe
Netherlands, Europe
Orton, Northamptonshire
Metheringham, Lincolnshire
Scotland, United Kingdom
Cascaes, Portugal
Tindale, Northumberland
Solway Moss, Cumberland
Carlisle, Cumberland
Lothian, Scotland
Ireland, Europe
Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland
Channel Islands, United Kingdom
Bruges, Belgium
York, Yorkshire
Norwich, Norfolk
Edinburgh, Scotland
Wickham, Lincolnshire
Brenchley, Kent
Narva, Russia
Portugal, Europe
Ludlow Castle, Shropshire
Newmarket, Suffolk
Siena, Italy
South Africa, Africa
Lancashire, England
Ireland, Europe
United States of America
Wiltshire, England
Sherrington, Buckinghamshire
Hilton, Durham
United States of America
Banstead, Surrey
Canary Islands, Spain
Yarmouth, Norfolk
River Norumbega, North America
Bass Rock, Scotland
Chenies, Buckinghamshire
Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland
Château Cambresis, Pas-de-Calais
Tremiti Islands, Italy
London, England
Liddesdale, Roxburghshire
Dover, Kent
Somerset, England
Cadiz, Spain
Portugal, Europe
Canterbury, Kent
Spain, Europe
Dettingen, Germany
Lancerota, the Canaries
Yorkshire, England
London, England
Suffolk, England
Bannockburn, Stirlingshire
Trigueros, Andalusia
Carlisle, Cumberland
Kirkby Moorside, North Riding of Yorkshire
Scotland, Kingdom of, United Kingdom
Midlothian, Scotland
Wales, United Kingdom
Diamond Hill, the Transvaal
Calais, France
Greece, Europe
Naples and Sicily, Kingdom of, Italy
Stowe House, Buckinghamshire
Haddington, E. Lothian
Elbing, Poland
Ireland, Europe
Edinburgh, Scotland
Harrow, Middlesex
Ireland, Europe
Ireland, Europe
Buckinghamshire, England
Dover, Kent
Ferrara, Italy
Dublin, Ireland
Northampton, Northamptonshire
Scotland, Kingdom of, United Kingdom
Sollers-Hope, Herefordshire
Coimbra, Portugal
Isle of Man, England
Hamburg, Germany
Edinburgh, Scotland
Scotland, United Kingdom
Scotland, Kingdom of, United Kingdom
Windsor, Berkshire
Scotland, Kingdom of, United Kingdom
Benefield, Northamptonshire
Essex, England
Hartlepool, Durham
Northamptonshire, England
Calais, France
Isle of Man, England
Cambridge, Cambridgeshire
Winchester, Hampshire
Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland
Barnard Castle, Durham
England, United Kingdom
Congleton, Cheshire
Edinburgh, Scotland
Isle of Wight, England
Lubeck, Germany
Scotland, Kingdom of, United Kingdom
Guiana, South America
Huntingdonshire, England
Carmona, Spain
Bowdon, Cheshire
Isle of Sheppey, Kent
Hereford, Herefordshire
Havre-de-Grace, France
Rockingham Forest, Northamptonshire
Whitby, North Riding of Yorkshire
Eyemouth Cantle, Berwickshire
Danzig, Germany
Bayonne, France
Mantes, France
Siam, Kingdom of, Asia
Gelderland, the Netherlands
Scotland, United Kingdom
Norberne, Norway
Netherlands, Europe
Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire
Cayenne, French Guiana
Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland
Teviotdale, Roxburghshire
Great Kimble, Buckinghamshire
Cévennes, France
Drumclog, Lanarkshire
Perth, Perthshire
Stanhope, Durham
Troyes, France
Toledo, Spain
Linlithgow, Linlithgow
Netherlands, Europe
Netherlands, Europe
London, England
Spanish Netherlands, Europe
Great Houghton, Northamptonshire
Ireland, Europe
Fast Castle, Berwickshire
Hume Castle, Berwickshire
London, England
Luxemburg, Europe
Dublin, Ireland
Shavington, Cheshire
Brockhall, Northamptonshire
Twyford Hundred, Kent
London, England
Hampsthwaite, Yorkshire
Newton, Lancashire
Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland


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