onicis et Anglis ex Ailredo Rievallenfi Gildâ
Wells and Tho de La Launde 10 Edw IV 206
Etheldredo Willielmo c aliifque regibus Saxonicis
Textu Roffenfi Saxon
Scarfdale Bushey Cottingham et villa de Scard
comitis Weftmorlandiæ 4 Hen VI
comitiffe Weftmorlandiæ 19 Hen VI 278
Somerfet de alta proditione attincti 8 Edw IV
the foreft of Galteres
tionibus factis temporibus R R Edw I et II
peditione contra Scotos A R 22
fpeximus Edw I Item perambulatio foreſtæ
bridge and of Alice Countess of Saliſbury 1 Edw IV
et alios querentes et Radulphum Nevil et Ifa
feodis non folvendis
de ordalio incantatione de recuperanda re furto
bury fent to K Edw III about his obftructing
Com Eborac Northumbr Cumberl ct Weft
IV Fr Reg per J Calp Gevarrum
Commons in Parliament concerning the inheritance
fc de teriis monaft Abendon pertinentibus
Codex membranaceus in 4to majori conftans
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iv ページ - GEORGE R. George the Third, by the Grace of God, King of Great Britain, France and Ireland, Defender of the Faith, &c., to our Trusty and well-beloved William Tryon, Esq., greeting.
vi ページ - Presents will and ordain that this Our Commission shall continue in full force and virtue, and that you Our said Commissioners, or any three or more of you, may from time to time proceed in the execution thereof, and of every matter and thing therein contained, although the same be not continued from time to time by adjournment : And...
xiii ページ - ... All possible endeavours have been used to ascertain the dates of the Letters and State Papers, where (as has but too often been the case in the last and the preceding century) the writers have omitted them ; and even approximations, with marks of interrogation, have been inserted, where the exact dates could not be obtained. The folio of each article has been entered ; and the number of folios in each volume has been noted, both in the Catalogue and at the end of the volume, in hopes thereby...
v ページ - Pleasure in the said inquiry may be duly prosecuted, and with expedition, We further, by these presents, will and command, and do hereby give full power and authority to you, or any three or more of you, to nominate and appoint such several persons of ability as you may think fit to be...
iv ページ - Court) had been prefented to his Majefty -, and that his Majefty had commanded him to acquaint this Houfe, That his Majefty would give the neceffary Orders according to the Defire of this Houfe.
v ページ - That it becomes highly important therefore, and beneficial to the Public Service, that the Records and Papers contained in many of the Principal Offices and Repositories, should be methodized, and that certain of the more ancient and valuable among them should be printed.
viii ページ - In 1599 he accompanied his friend William Camden in a journey to the north of England, where they jointly explored the whole extent of the Picts...
x ページ - In 1700 an act of parliament was made for the better securing and preserving that library in the name and family of the Cottons, for the benefit of the public ; that it might not be sold, or ottu rwise disposed of and embezzled.
xii ページ - ... to prepare a new and more accurate Catalogue without delay. The following account of the manner in which the keeper endeavoured to acquit himself of this task will, at the same time, convey the best idea that can be given of the present state of the library. This library, which originally consisted of 958 volumes, was by the above-mentioned fire, in the year 1731, reduced to 861 volumes, of which, when brought to the Museum, 105 were damaged bundles preserved in cases. Many of the volumes in...