Collection of historical papers, ca. 1555-1577 [manuscript], compiled 1577.

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Kinwelmersh, Francis, d. 1580?. Collection of historical papers, ca. 1555-1577 [manuscript], compiled 1577.

Collection of historical papers, ca. 1555-1577 [manuscript], compiled 1577.

Many of the documents are connected with Oxford University. They include letters from Jerónymo Osório to R. Ascham, October 27, 1561, from Laurence Humphrey and [Thomas Sampson] to the bishops, and to the Queen concerning the Vestiarian controversy, [1565], from [the Commissioners for Queen's College, Oxford?] to Edmund Grindal [1561], from Roger Marbeck to the Queen, the Earl of Leicester, Thomas Thornton, [Thomas Young, Matthew Parker], the bishop of Salisbury, John Dolbeare, Henry Blageus, William Clerk, Reginald Pole, Dom. E. Rosse, and [Thomas?] (Barnard), canon of Christ Church, Oxford, [1561?-1564]; a speech delivered by Tobie Matthew before the Earl of Leicester, 1570; a letter from Matthew to the Earl 1577, and his prayer; speeches by Marbeck, Nicholas Balgay, John Rainolds, Peter Wentworth (in Parliament, [February 8, 1576]), and a speech castigating Richard II; sermons by Rainolds, 1576; petitions of Christ Church, Oxford, to the Queen, the Earl of Leicester and Lord Burghley, July 10, 1575, signed by Robert Dorset and Thomas Thornton; two discourses of Sir Thomas Smith touching the succession and the Queen's marriage, ca. 1560; reasons for the Queen to proceed with severity in the case of the Queen of Scots; ["articles" of religion "delivered unto Master Edward Dering ... " 1573?], beginning in the middle of his answer to the 7th Article; [Edward Waterhouse's] account of the death of the Earl of Essex, 1576, with the song he sang before he died, beginning, O heavenly God O father dear, [attributed to F. Kinwelmarsh]; a poem by the Queen, beginning, The doubt of future foes; the address of the French besieged in La Rochelle to the Queen, [1573] -- incomplete; and a petition of the Poles to the French king, September 18, 1574.

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