Calendar of the Carew Manuscripts, Preserved in the Archiepiscopal Library at Lambeth ...: 1589-1600

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John Sherren Brewer, William Bullen
Longman, Green, Reader, & Dyer, 1869 - Ireland
 

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Page 21 - The two English translations, which are printed with the original Latin, afford interesting illustrations of the gradual change of our language, for one was made in the fourteenth century, the other in the fifteenth.
Page 7 - State, grants of money and pensions, appointments to offices, remissions of fines and duties, &c., are calendared in this volume. They illustrate civil and military events, financial and other matters, the administration in Ireland and the Colonies, &c., and afford information nowhere else recorded. CALENDAR OF THE CAREW PAPERS, preserved in the Lambeth Library. Edited by JS BREWER, MA, Professor of English Literature, King's College, London ; and WILLIAM BULLEN, Esq.
Page 5 - JOHN THORPE, Esq., of St. Edmund Hall, Oxford. 1858. Vol. I., the Scottish Series, of the Reigns of Henry VIII., Edward VI., Mary, and Elizabeth, 1509-1589.
Page 19 - this Alexander in many things wrote what was true and useful ; " but he neither can nor ought by just title to be reckoned among authorities.
Page 31 - ... Stafford, Surrey, Sussex, Warwick, Wilts, Worcester, and York. The second volume, in quarto, contains the counties of Essex, Norfolk, and Suffolk. Domesday Book was printed verbatim et literatim during the last century, in consequence of an address of the House of Lords to King George III. in 1767. It was not, however, commenced until 1773, and was completed early in 1783. In 1860, Her Majesty's Government, with the concurrence of the Master of the Kolls, determined to apply the art of photozincography...
Page 18 - Year Books " contain reports in Norman-French of cases argued and decided in the Courts of Common Law. They may be considered to a great extent as the " lex non scripta " of England, and have been held in the highest veneration by the ancient sages of the law, and were received by them as the repositories of the first recorded judgments and dicta of the great 31575.
Page 19 - ENGLAND ; being a Collection of Documents illustrating the History of Science in this Country before the Norman Conquest. Vols. I., II., and III. Collected and edited by the Rev. T. OSWALD COCKAYNE, MA, of St. John's College, Cambridge. 1864-1866. This work illustrates not only the history of science, but the history of superstition. In addition to the...
Page 17 - Walsingham's work is printed from MS. VII. in the Arundel Collection in the College of Arms, London, a manuscript of the fifteenth century, collated with MS. 13 E. IX. in the King's Library, in the British Museum, and MS. VII. in the Parker Collection of Manuscripts at Corpus Christi College, Cambridge In the third volume is a Chronicle of English History...
Page 31 - Domesday Survey is in two parts or volumes. The first, in folio, contains the counties of Bedford, Berks, Bucks, Cambridge, Chester and Lancaster, Cornwall, Derby, Devon, Dorset, Gloucester, Hants, Hereford, Herts, Huntingdon. Kent, Leicester and Rutland, Lincoln, Middlesex, Northampton, Nottingham, Oxford, Salop, Somerset, Stafford, Surrey, Sussex, Warwick, Wilts, Worcester, and York.
Page 17 - III. Vol. I., 1216-1235. Vol. II., 1236-1272. Selected and edited by the Rev. WW SHIRLEY, DD, Regius Professor in Ecclesiastical History, and Canon of Christ Church, Oxford. 18621866.

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