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Leaf from a MS on canon law, formerly part of a binding
Leaf from a MS on canon law, formerly part of a binding
Copy of the court roll of the manor of Fulmodeston cum Croxton, Norfolk, recording the admission of John Backe to 1½ roods of land surrendered out of court by Thomas Umphery or Umphrey
Copy of the court roll of the manor of Fulmodeston cum Croxton, Norfolk, recording the admission of John Backe to 1½ roods of land surrendered out of court by Thomas Umphery or Umphrey
Note of a fine, relating to places in Norfolk
Note of a fine, relating to places in Norfolk
Indented deed (incomplete), apparently between (A) John Bleverhaysset, on behalf of Thomas, Duke of Norfolk, and (B) Thomas Cobbe, relating to lands in Castle Rising and Congham, Norfolk
Indented deed (incomplete), apparently between (A) John Bleverhaysset, on behalf of Thomas, Duke of Norfolk, and (B) Thomas Cobbe, relating to lands in Castle Rising and Congham, Norfolk
Account of the death of King Philip II of Spain, headed ‘Relacion de la muerte del Rey Phelipe segundo’
Account of the death of King Philip II of Spain, headed ‘Relacion de la muerte del Rey Phelipe segundo’
Bond between (A) John Freshwater of Heybridge, Essex, gentleman, and (B) Edward Stillingfleet, Dean of St Paul's Cathedral, and the Chapter of the same, for the performance of covenants, etc., in indentures of the same date
Bond between (A) John Freshwater of Heybridge, Essex, gentleman, and (B) Edward Stillingfleet, Dean of St Paul's Cathedral, and the Chapter of the same, for the performance of covenants, etc., in indentures of the same date
The Daily Courant, containing a ‘character’ of the King of Sweden (Charles XII)
The Daily Courant, containing a ‘character’ of the King of Sweden (Charles XII)
Extract from a letter containing a description of King Charles XII of Sweden
Extract from a letter containing a description of King Charles XII of Sweden
Account of work on the buildings and in the gardens of Blenheim Castle
Account of work on the buildings and in the gardens of Blenheim Castle
Engraving of King Charles XII of Sweden, by R. Smith senior, cut from a book or journal
Engraving of King Charles XII of Sweden, by R. Smith senior, cut from a book or journal
Receipt issued by the Bureau of Bayeux to Maître Mallouin du Breuil for 40£ 40s. paid in charges (droit d’aydes, d’octroy, etc.) for 570 jars (pots) of cider
Receipt issued by the Bureau of Bayeux to Maître Mallouin du Breuil for 40£ 40s. paid in charges (droit d’aydes, d’octroy, etc.) for 570 jars (pots) of cider
Certificate recording the presentation of Maître Loisel, attorney, at the Office of Presentations at Caen as the representative of Laurent David, adjudicataire des fermes, plaintiff, against Blocher, innkeeper, and his wife; signed Torcapel
Certificate recording the presentation of Maître Loisel, attorney, at the Office of Presentations at Caen as the representative of Laurent David, adjudicataire des fermes, plaintiff, against Blocher, innkeeper, and his wife; signed Torcapel
Receipt from Pierre Hallez of Saint-Thomas de Touques, husband of Françoise Grandin, to Malouin Dubreuil and his mother, of Caen, for 70 livres, in part payment of the annual rent due to his wife
Receipt from Pierre Hallez of Saint-Thomas de Touques, husband of Françoise Grandin, to Malouin Dubreuil and his mother, of Caen, for 70 livres, in part payment of the annual rent due to his wife
Warrant, signed by King George III, for the payment of £12,957 5s. 8¾d. to Lieutenant General Charles, Lord Southampton, for the pay of the 3rd or King’s Own Regiment of Dragoons for a year to 24 Dec. 1791
Warrant, signed by King George III, for the payment of £12,957 5s. 8¾d. to Lieutenant General Charles, Lord Southampton, for the pay of the 3rd or King’s Own Regiment of Dragoons for a year to 24 Dec. 1791
Certified copy of a contract between Louis Arcambal, Vice-Consul of the French Republic, and Francis Lewis Taney, merchant of New York, for the supply of 200,000 lbs of sole leather
Certified copy of a contract between Louis Arcambal, Vice-Consul of the French Republic, and Francis Lewis Taney, merchant of New York, for the supply of 200,000 lbs of sole leather
Petition by Tiphagne to the administrators of the Department of Calvados and the Executive Directory, with a memorandum signed by the administrators
Petition by Tiphagne to the administrators of the Department of Calvados and the Executive Directory, with a memorandum signed by the administrators
‘T. Gracchus de patriâ suâ non bene meruit’, a Latin declamation by J. H. Batten
‘T. Gracchus de patriâ suâ non bene meruit’, a Latin declamation by J. H. Batten
‘Edward the 3d did not consult the Interest of England, in pretending to the Crown of France’, an English declamation by J. B. Cambel
‘Edward the 3d did not consult the Interest of England, in pretending to the Crown of France’, an English declamation by J. B. Cambel
‘The death of Richard the third was not to be regretted by the English’, an English declamation by Charles Brown
‘The death of Richard the third was not to be regretted by the English’, an English declamation by Charles Brown
Wrapper, docketed ‘Acco[unt] of the Court of Sweden. Aprill. 1707 being a Voyage to Leipsick’
Wrapper, docketed ‘Acco[unt] of the Court of Sweden. Aprill. 1707 being a Voyage to Leipsick’
‘The Misfortunes of Charles the first were more owing to the temper of the Times, than to his own Misconduct’, an English declamation by Lord Althorp
‘The Misfortunes of Charles the first were more owing to the temper of the Times, than to his own Misconduct’, an English declamation by Lord Althorp
‘Charles the first was not justified in putting to Death the Earl of Strafford’, an English declamation by Lewis Bowerbank
‘Charles the first was not justified in putting to Death the Earl of Strafford’, an English declamation by Lewis Bowerbank
‘The Persecutions under Mary were more prejudicial to the interests of England than the Fanaticism in the time of Charles the 1st’, an English declamation by J. P. Brandreth
‘The Persecutions under Mary were more prejudicial to the interests of England than the Fanaticism in the time of Charles the 1st’, an English declamation by J. P. Brandreth
‘Alfred was a greater benefactor to Great Britain than Elizabeth’, an English declamation by C. A. Caldwell
‘Alfred was a greater benefactor to Great Britain than Elizabeth’, an English declamation by C. A. Caldwell
‘The Character of Alfred the great is superior to that of the Czar Peter of Russia and his Virtues were more advantageous to his Country’, an English declamation by Joseph Acomb
‘The Character of Alfred the great is superior to that of the Czar Peter of Russia and his Virtues were more advantageous to his Country’, an English declamation by Joseph Acomb
‘Oliver Cromwell would have consulted his interest by accepting the Crown’, an English declamation by James Cairncross
‘Oliver Cromwell would have consulted his interest by accepting the Crown’, an English declamation by James Cairncross
‘The Reign of Henry 5th was more beneficial to England than that of Henry 7th’, an English declamation by William Bolland
‘The Reign of Henry 5th was more beneficial to England than that of Henry 7th’, an English declamation by William Bolland
‘Cromwel [sic] would not have consulted his interest by accepting the Crown’, an English declamation by Augustus Campbell
‘Cromwel [sic] would not have consulted his interest by accepting the Crown’, an English declamation by Augustus Campbell
Statement by Adrian Philippe Marais, bailiff (huissier) to the civil tribunal of Caen, regarding the seizure of goods belonging to Charles Le Val of Norey (Norrey-en-Bessin), in connection with rent owed to Nicolas Saillenfest
Statement by Adrian Philippe Marais, bailiff (huissier) to the civil tribunal of Caen, regarding the seizure of goods belonging to Charles Le Val of Norey (Norrey-en-Bessin), in connection with rent owed to Nicolas Saillenfest
‘The Introduction of [th]e Feudal System into Europe was not attended with beneficial consequences’, an English declamation by H. F. Ainslie
‘The Introduction of [th]e Feudal System into Europe was not attended with beneficial consequences’, an English declamation by H. F. Ainslie
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