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Recüeil de tous les actes concernant les ducs et pairs de france. Ensemble l'origine de la pairie d'Angleterre et des grands d'Espagne. Depuis l'an 900 jusqu'en 1660. Tome premier

  • MS049a
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  • [16--/17--?]

Translation of Title: Collection of all the acts concerning the dukes and peers of France. The complete origin of the Peerage of England and the Grandee of Spain. Since the year 900 until 1660. First volume.

Fair copy in several unknown hands. Stamped on spine: Origine des ducs et pairs. Tom I.

Recüeil de tous les actes concernant les ducs et pairs de france. Ensemble l'origine de la pairie d'Angleterre et des grands d'Espagne. Depuis l'an 900 jusqu'en 1660. Tome quatrieme.

  • MS049b
  • Item
  • [16--/17--?]

Translation of Title: Collection of all the acts concerning the dukes and peers of France. The complete origin of the Peerage of England and the Grandee of Spain. Since the year 900 until 1660. Fourth volume.

Fair copy in several unknown hands. Stamped on spine: Origine des ducs et pairs. Tom. IV.

Catalogue of the Earl of Wicklow's library

  • MS051
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  • c.1818

Contained in the binding is:
A Catalogue of the Earl of Wicklow's library, 18--, 95 p.;
A list of Lady Wicklow's books at Castleforward, 1818, 4 p.;
A catalogue of books of prints, etc., 18--, 6 p.

Steuarta Cosgrove collection

  • MS052
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  • 1836

A collection of hymns and psalms carefully selected from the best composers arranged for public worship compiled by Steuarta King. Contains musical scores.

Tunes for the Violin by Sam Thompson

  • MS054
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  • 1823-1828

Bound manuscript of musical scores. Also contains the will of George Thomson, 5 May 1824.

HMS Amethyst log

  • MS055
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  • 1859-1860

The fonds consists of the log of H.M.S. Amethyst, covering the period 9 November 1859 to 22 December 1860. It contains 93 pages of text, drawings, and maps which are listed below. The log begins with the ship at anchor at Mazatlan, Mexico. On 21 June the ship leaves Mexico for Panama, and proceeds on to Valparaiso, Chile, and then Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The ship then returns home to England, arriving at Plymouth, and then going on to Margarte, and finally Chatham. The final entry in the log is: "put ship out of commission".

Grenfell, Sidney (1806-1884)

Agricultural Accounts

  • MS058
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  • 1672-1768

Bound manuscript in several different hands. Many leaves have been left blank. Title stamped on spine: "Mss. Account Book". The first four leaves are different in appearance and out of chronological order. They presumably were added at the time of binding.

Ten Sermons

  • MS060
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  • 1690

Stamped on spine: Sermons. Mss. The only sermon that is dated is sermon no. 7, preached at Seaham on 13 April 1690. A reader on 27 Oct. 1847 noted the following: "Curious and contains some good things. The writer is neither Puritan nor Papist".

Commonplace book

  • MS062
  • Item
  • 18--

The first half of the book centers on the theme of death, including obituaries, mathematical predictions of life expectancy, and related items copied from newspapers. The latter half expands to include poetry, epigrams, and other material.

Field book

  • MS064
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  • 1795

W.G. Meredith journal, 1828

  • MS066
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  • 1828

This journal covers the period June 1828 to 29 August 1828. It concerns the author's journey, by sailing yacht, from England to other countries, including Sweden, Denmark and Germany. The manuscript is bound, illustrated by drawings, 68 pages in length, with some leaves left blank.

Meredith, William George

W.G. Meredith journal, 1829-30

  • MS067
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  • 1829-1830

This journal covers the period 5 June 1829 to 9 March 1830. It contains descriptions of the author's attendance at concerts, operas, and lectures at the Royal Institution, as well as his first viewing of a steam carriage, and reflections on his reading. The manuscript is bound and 80 pages in length.

Meredith, William George

Chronicon preciosum, or an account of English gold and silver money; the price of corn and other commodities; ... for six hundred years last past ... a fellow, who has an estate in land of inheritance ... vacate his fellowship on such condition, by Bishop Fleetwood

  • MS070
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  • 17--

This is a fair copy of Chapters 1-4 and the beginning of 5 of Fleetwood's book. It is presumed that it is copied from the 1745 edition and not the anonymous 1707 edition.

Fleetwood, William

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