The Manuscripts of J. Eliot Hodgkin, Esq., F. S. A. of Richmond, Surrey, Volume 15,Parte 2
H.M. Stationery Office, 1897 - 409 páginas
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The Manuscripts of J. Eliot Hodgkin, Esq., F.S.A., of Richmond, Surrey
Samuel Pepys,John Eliot Hodgkin,Bernard Gascoigne
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Página 405 - EIGHTH REPORT, WITH APPENDIX AND INDEX. PART I. Contents:— List of collections examined, 1869-1880. ENGLAND. House of Lords; Duke of Marlborough; Magdalen College, Oxford; Royal College of Physicians; Queen Anne's Bounty Office; Corporations of Chester, Leicester, &c.
Página 403 - ... for the inspector to make a selection therefrom at the place of deposit and to obtain the owner's consent to remove the selected papers to the Public Record Office in London or in Dublin, or to the General Register House in Edinburgh, where they can be more fully dealt with, and where they...
Página 405 - Contents : — ENGLAND. House of Lords ; Oxford and Cambridge Colleges ; Lambeth Palace ; Black Book of the Archdeacon of Canterbury ; Bridport, Wallingford, and other Corporations ; Lord Lecoufield, Sir Reginald Graham, Sir Henry Ingilby, &c. SCOTLAND. Duke of Argyll, Earl of Moray, &c. IRELAND. Marquis of Ormonde. DITTO. PART II. INDEX SEVENTH REPORT, WITH APPENDIX. PART I.
Página 403 - Majesty, appointing certain Commissioners to ascertain what unpublished MSS. are extant in the collections of private persons and in institutions which are calculated to throw light upon subjects connected with the Civil, Ecclesiastical, Literary, or Scientific History of this country ; and to appoint certain additional Commissioners for the same purposes.
Página 408 - , [C.6338] 1 0 1891 (9.) APPENDIX AND INDEX The Duke of Beaufort, KG, the Earl of Donoughmore ; JH Gurney, W. WB Hulton, RW Ketton, GA Aitken, PV Smith, Esqs. ; Bishop of Ely ; Cathedrals of Ely, Gloucester, Lincoln, and Peterborough ; Corporations of Gloucester, Higham Ferrers, and Newark ; Southwell Minster ; Lincoln District Registry.
Página 404 - Contents: — ENGLAND. House of Lords; Cambridge Colleges ; Abingdon and other Corporations, &c. SCOTLAND. Advocates' Library, Glasgow Corporation, &c. IRELAND. Dublin, Cork, and other Corporations, &c.
Página 404 - ENGLAND. House of Lords ; Cambridge Colleges ; Oxford Colleges ; Monastery of Dominican Friars at Woodchester, Duke of Bedford, Earl Spencer, &c.
Página 408 - ER Wodehouse, MP, J. Dovaston, Esqs., Sir TB Lennard, Bart., Rev. WD Macray, and Earl of Dartmouth (Supplementary Report). [C.6810] 2 4 1892 (5.) APPENDIX AND INDEX. House cf Lords, 1690-1691 „ [C.6822] 2 4 1893 (6.) APPENDIX AND INDEX.
Página 92 - No, I will have this,' and began working it, as it is, upon the harpsichord. 'Well, go on.' 'I will bring you more tomorrow.' 'No, something now.' 'So fall thy foes, O Lord - ' 'That will do,' and immediately carried on the composition as we have it in that most admirable chorus.
Página 403 - Commission is the discovery of unpublished historical and literary materials, and in all their proceedings the Commissioners will direct their attention to that object exclusively. In practice it has been found more satisfactory, when the collection of manuscripts is a large one, for the inspector to make a selection therefrom at the place of deposit and to obtain the owner's consent to remove the selected papers to the Public Record Office in London...