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On the front is stamped ‘ORIGINAL DOCUMENTS & PAPERS.’ The docu-ments are accompanied by folded sheets of blue paper bearing descriptions of the documents, in which they were evidently kept before they were bound.

Sandars, Samuel (1837–1894), librarian and benefactor

Note of a fine, relating to places in Norfolk

Note of a fine between (A) John Hastynggis, son of Edward Hastynggis, knight, John Heydon, Richard Suthwell, Henry Spelman, and William Stather, clerk, plaintiffs, and (B) Roger Drury, esquire, and his wife Anne, deforciants, of the manors of Yaxham, ‘Cursones’, ‘Gerbrigges’, ‘Reppes’, and ‘Ilneys’, in Yaxham, East Dereham, Westfield, Whinburgh, Garveston, and Mattishall, and three tofts, 100a. of (arable) land, 10a. of meadow, 15a. of pasture, 5a. of wood, and 11s. of rent in Yaxham, all in Norfolk.

(The correct term for this document is uncertain, but Halliwell-Phillipps uses the term ‘note of a fine’ to describe two similar documents in Outlines of the Life of Shakespeare, 10th ed. (1898), ii. 11, 25; and ‘The note of the fine, or, abstract of the original contract’ is the fourth of the five parts of a fine enumerated by Jacob in his New Law Dictionary (1772), sig. 5C3.)

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Inter Iohannem Hastynggis filium et heredem Edwardi Hastynggis Militis Iohannem Heydon’ Ricardum Suthwell’ Henricum Spelman’ et Willelmum Stather Clericum querentes et Rogerum Drury Armigerum et Annam vxorem eius deforciantes de Maneriis de Yaxham Cursones Gerbrigges Reppes et Ilneys cum pertinencijs in Yaxham Estderham Westfeld’ Whynbergh’ Gerston’ et Mateshale ac de tribus toftis Centum acris terre decem acris prati quindecim acris pasture quinque acris bosci et vndecim solidatis redditus cum pertinencijs in Yaxham vnde placitum conuencionis summonitus fuit inter eos et cetera Scilicet quod predicti Rogerus et Anna recognouerunt predicta Maneria et tenementa cum pertinencijs esse jus ipsius Willelmi vt illa que ijdem Willelmus Iohannes Iohannes Ricardus et Henricus habent de dono predictorum Rogeri et Anne Et illa remiserunt et quietumclamauerunt de ipsis Rogero et Anna et heredibus ipsius Anne predictis Iohanni Iohanni Ricardo Henrico et Willelmo et heredibus ipsius Willelmi imperpetuum Et preterea ijdem Rogerus et Anna concesserunt pro se et heredes ipsius Anne quod ipsi warantizabunt predictis Iohanni Iohanni Ricardo Henrico et Willelmo et heredibus ipsius Willelmi predicta Maneria et tenementa cum pertinencijs contra omnes homines imperpetuum Et pro hac recognitione remissione quietaclamancia warantia fine et concordia ijdem Iohannes Iohannes Ricardus Henricus et Willelmus dederunt predictis Rogero et Anne ducentas marcas Argenti

[In the margin:] Norff’
De Crastino purificationis beate Marie Anno regnorum Edwardi Regis Anglie et Francie quarti A conquestu sextodecimo {1} [braced to] Ingr’

Dies datus est eis de Capiendo cyrographo suo A die pasche in xv dies Anno xvijmo {2}

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The original capitalisation has been retained. Most abbreviations have been expanded.

{1} 3 Feb. 1477.
{2} 20 Apr. 1477.

Manuscripts in Wren Class R

  • R.
  • Fondo
  • 16th–20th c.

Class R is the Wren Library repository of manuscripts for all those works which could not be classed as theological. As a consequence, the class is a miscellaneous assortment representing many fields, particularly history, poetry, philosophy, law, natural science, medicine, and music. The contents of Class R were described in 1901 by M. R. James in the preface to volume II of his catalogue of Western manuscripts in Trinity College Library, which may be viewed online: https://mss-cat.trin.cam.ac.uk/manuscripts/uv/view.php?n=vol.2#?c=0. A searchable version of the James catalogue may be found online: https://mss-cat.trin.cam.ac.uk/

The manuscripts listed in this catalogue are those modern manuscripts in R with strong connections to materials housed elsewhere in the library, particularly in Additional Manuscripts. Where James did not provide a description in his catalogue, a description has been provided. Where the James catalogue entry is detailed, a pointer record has been created in this catalogue to highlight the entry in the James catalogue. It should be noted that there are gaps in the numbering scheme of items on the shelves, and that the cataloguing of these materials is a work in progress.

Trinity College Library, Cambridge

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

Transcript

[In the margin:] Fulmodeston cum Croxton
Ad curiam
Baronis generalem cum Leta ibidem tentam die Sabbati scilicet vndecimo die Ianuarii Anno Regni domini nostri Caroli dei gratia Anglie Scotie Francie et Hibernie Regis fidei defensor etc: Decimo quinto Annoque domini 1639.

Et quod Thomas Vmphery natiuus tenens huius Manerij extra Curiam scilicet decimo Nono die Nouembris Anno domini Millesimo Sexcentensimo tricesimo octauo {1} secundum consuetudinem huius Manerij Sursum reddidit in manus dominorum istius Manerij per manus Thome Alford natiui tenentis dicti Manerij in presencia et testimonio Iacobi Ieruis et Iohannis Howman consimiliter natiuorum tenentium eiusdem Manerij vnam peciam terre continentem vnum† rodam iacentem in Clauso Iohannis Backe et abuttantem super terram dicti Thome Vmphery tam versus orientem quam uersus occidentem et iacet inter terram dicti Iohannis Backe tam versus boream quam versus austrum, Necnon vnam aliam peciam terre iacentem in alio Clauso dicti Iohannis Backe continentem per estimacionem dimidium vnius rode existentem inter parcellam vnius acre que fuit inclusa per dictum Thomam Vmphery et abuttat super terram dicti Iohannis Backe versus austrum Et super viam ducentem a Fulmodeston ad Croxton versus borream Ad opus et vsum Iohannis Backe et heredum suorum Superquo† ad hanc Curiam venit predictus Iohannes Backe et petit se ex gracia dominorum admitti tenens ad predicta premissa Quam quidem rodam inde vt parcella octodecem acrarum et trium rodarum terre natiue quondam Iohannis Bond quamque dimidiam rodam inde vt parcella vnius rode terre natiue interalia† predictus Thomas vmphrey simulcum Margareta vxor eius ceperunt ex sursum redditione Thome Vmphrey et Katherine vxoris eius ad Curiam baronis generalis cum Leta ibidem tentam die Marcurij† duodecimo die Octobris Anno Regni domini nostri Caroli nunc Regis Anglie etc’ septimo Millesimo Sexcentesimo tricesimo primo {2} prout in Rottulis eiusdem Curie patet Et admittitur dictus Iohannes Backe, Cui liberta est inde seisina per virgam Tenendum sibi et heredibus suis ad voluntatem dominorum secundum consuetudinem huius Manerij per redditus servicia et consuetudines inde prius debita et de Iure consueta Saluo Iure etc’ Et dand’ est de fine etc’:/ Et fecit proinde fidelitatem etc’:/

Examinatur per me Car: Turner [paraph] senescallum ibidem

[Endorsed:] Tho: vmphrey to Io Back of 1ac & 2 roods:/ And Io: Back to his wife for life of: 6ac 2r.

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The original capitalisation has been retained. Most abbreviations have been expanded. A few errors (‘Sexcem’mo’ for ‘Sexcenmo’, ‘dnorum’ for ‘d’norum’, and ‘Millimo’ for ‘Mill’imo’) have been silently corrected. Words written in a large hand in the original are in bold type.

{1} 19 Nov. 1638.

{2} 12 Oct. 1631.

† Sic.

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 seal is wanting.)

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Nouerint vniuersi per presentes me Iohannem Freshwater de Heybridge in Comitatu Essex’ generosum teneri et firmiter obligari venerabili viro Edvardo Stillingfleet sacrae Theologiae Professori Decano Ecclesiae Cathedralis sancti Pauli London’ et eiusdem Ecclesiae Capitulo in Ducentis libris bone et legalis monete Angliae solvendis eisdem Decano et Capitulo aut eorum certo Attornato Successoribus vel assignatis suis, Ad quam quidem solucionem bene et fideliter faciendam obligo me heredes executores et administratores meos firmiter per presentes Sigillo meo sigillatas Dat’ Vicesimo die Februarij Anno regni Domini nostri Iacobi secundi dei gratia Angliae etc’ primo Annoque Domini 1684

Sigillat’ et deliberat’ in presencia | Js: Harrison | Cha: Jaques | John Freshwater

[Endorsed:] The condicion of this obligacion is such that if the within bounden Iohn Freshwater his executours administratours and assignes doe and shall from time to time and at all times hereafter for his and their parts well and truly pay obserue performe fulfill and keepe all and every the rents payments covenants condicions and agreements mencioned and conteyned in one paire of Indentures bearing date the day and yeare within written made between the within named Deane and Chapter of the one part and the said Iohn Freshwater of the other part, in all things according to the purport and true meaning of the said Indentures, then this obligacion to be voyd or els to remain and be in full force and vertue./

[Seal wanting.]

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The abbreviations have been expanded.

Miscellaneous tide tables

Includes notes on "Average hourly rise & fall of the tide in the Shoots ... given by Capt. White" and a sheet of tides taken April 1772 by William Hutchinson.

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

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Jai Soussigné pierre hallez demeurant En Laparroisse dest thomas de touques ayant Épouze francoisse grandin; reconnois avoir reçu de monsieur maloüin Dubreüil; Ainsi que de madame sa mére demeurant acaën Vis avis des casernes parroisse de vaucelle; La Somme de Soixante et dix Livres pour vne partie de rente qu’ils sonts obligés de faire à mon Épouze par chacun an. Laquelle chüe du huit juin dernier passé Et Sur icelle Somme je Leurs áit rabatu Les déniers royäux ou nationneáux me réservant alavenir fait à touques parroisse s[ain]t Thomas Lieu de mon domicille ce Sept juillet Mil Sept cens quatre Vingt douze quitte pour le passé.

Hallez

English and Latin declamations at Trinity College, Cambridge

On the spine is stamped ‘DECLAMATIONES | — | TRIN. COLL. CANTAB. | TOM. | I. | 1799–1809’, and inside the front cover is written, ‘Declamationes in Coll. S.S. Trinitatis Cantabrigiae | habitae | Tomus. I. | 1799–1809’. The dates in these titles do not match those of the contents. The manuscripts in the volume appear to be autograph.

Renouard, John Henry (1758–1830), college teacher

Petition by Tiphagne to the administrators of the Department of Calvados and the Executive Directory, with a memorandum signed by the administrators

(i) Refers to his tender of 13 July 1796 for an acre of land at Norey (Norrey-en-Bessin) formerly belonging to the abbey of St Etienne at Caen, asking the administrators either to remove the obstacles to his enjoyment of the same or to restore his money to him.

(ii) The municipal administration of the Canton of Bretteville l’Orgueilleuse have been asked to provide more information.

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[Petition:]

Aux Citoyens administrateurs du Departement du Calvados et au Commissaire du Directoire Executif Près l’administration Centrale.

Citoyens.

Je Vous Represente que le 25. Messidor an 4. Je fis ma Soumission sous le No 4337., d’acquerier, {1} Conformement aux lois, Rendues sur la Vente des domaines Nationaux, une acre de terre ou Environ ayant appartenu a la Cidevant abbaye de Sainte Etienne de Caen située à Norey delle des fosses Vernieres; {2} Je Vous presenta ma petition le 5. Nivose an 5e pour M’en procurer Jouissance ayant Satisfait à tous les payements & Je suis Encore aussi avancé que le 1r Jour de ma petition.

Je Vous prie, Citoyens, de faire Cesser toutes les Entraves que l’on apporte pour m’expulser de mon acquisition où d’ordonner que mes fonds mes Seront Remis si l’objet de ma Soumission N’est pas alienable.

Presenté le 13. Nivose an 6e de la Republique.

Tiphagne

[Memorandum:]

Registré ausecretariat du Canton No 2741 [On the right hand side:] No 1681

Renvoyé la presente aux Membres de l’administration Municipale du Canton de Bretteville l’orgueilleuse pour nous une {3} decade donner des renseignements sur l’objet soumissionné par le reclaimant

Par nous administrateurs du Departement du Calvados en seance à Caën a 17 Nivose an 6 de la republique

[…] {4} | Mesail | Bonne

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The petition occupies the right hand halves of the face and dorse of a small sheet of paper. The official memorandum is written on the face on the left hand side. Most abbreviations have been expanded, with the supplied letters in italics.

{1} This is the apparent reading.

{2} ‘delle des fosses Vernieres’ is the apparent reading, but the meaning is unclear.

{3} Reading uncertain.

{4} This name is indistinct.

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