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LONDON (Manuscripts). John de Crepelgate, citizen of London, confirms to Matilda de Wyght

of London, the tenement which he bought of Juliana de Brunne and the executors of the will of Robert Motoun, in St. Clement's lane next Candlewyk street

.. . 1354 Sir Mathew Turkeseye, rector of Naseby, and others, confirm to

William Cherchegate and Catherine his wife a tenement with the buildings thereon, in St. Clement's lane next Candlewick street,

London. [Two Seals, both nearly perfect.] .. . 1362 William Selby and Ralph Lude, capellans, confirm to Robert Little,

citizen and Fishmonger of London, the shop with “ solars" built thereon, in which they were enfeoffed by John Little, father of said Robert, in Bridge street in the parish of St. Magnus at Bridge, London. [Two fine Seals, both nearly perfect.]

1380 Isabella, prioress of St. Mary of Cheshunt, receipt to Robert Forster,

citizen and Grocer of London, for 40s. of yearly rent of a tenement in St. Botolph, Billyngesgate, London. [Fragment of fine Seal.] :: . . ..

1477-8 John abbot of Chertsey, receipt to Robert Morton, gentleman, for

10s. quit-rent out of a tenement, late Robert Quarterman's, in the parish of St. Nicholas Olef, London. [Large portion of the fine Seal.]


1519 John abbot of Chertsey, receipt to Robert Morton, gentleman, for

10s. quit-rent, annually issuing out of a tenement, late Robert Quarterman's, in the parish of St. Nicholas Oleff, London. [Large portion of the very beautiful Seal.] ..


Common Place Book; containing forms of oath, orders in council,

petitions, warrants, letters, &c., many relating to the city of London ; a complaint of the lord mayor riding in coaches instead of on horses to Westminster, and of their departing from ancient custom, in order not to wet their gowns in rainy weather; also relating to the river Thames and London Bridge, Goldsmiths' row

in Cheapside, &c. folio i. . . . . 1623–34 A System of Physicks. 4to Herbert (William), Ancient MS. Plans of London. 2 vol. fo. n. d.

n. d.


Parliamentary, Constitutional, and Political Documents

and Records.

JOURNAL of the House of Lords for 1860.
Journal of the House of Commons for 1860.
Reports of the Select Committee of the House of Commons on pub-

lic Petitions, and Appendixes, for 1860. 3 vol. folio. Votes and Appendixes of the House of Commons for 1860 and 1861.

3 vol. folio. Divisions of the House of Commons for 1860–61. 2 vol. folio. Private business of the House of Commons for 1860–61. 2 vol.

folio. Notices of Motion, 1860–61. 2 vol. folio. Parliamentary History and Debates, from 1854 to 1856. By Luke Hansard. 26 vol. 8vo ..

Lond. 1854-61 Private Acts of Parliament, with MS. Indexes, from 1761 to 1861. 121 vol. folio ..

Lond. 1761-1861 Reports of the Commissioners appointed to enquire concerning Cha

rities in England and Wales. Vol. XVIII. to XXX., and Index. 22 vol. folio . . . .


1828-40 Reports of the Commissioners appointed to enquire into the state of

Popular Education in England. 6 vol. 8vo .. Lond. 1861

Political and Constitutional Works.

ALLEGIANCE. A knot untied: or allegiance sworn to the King no breach of allegiance due unto God. 4to

Lond. 1660 Anabaptists, An Order of the Lords assembled in Parliament for the

punishment of, and Sectaries, that shall disturbe the ministers in their publicke exercises. 4to

. Lond. 1646 Apology, The Regall; or the declaration of the Commons, Feb. 11,

1647, canvassed ; wherein every objection and their whole charge against His Majesty is cleared and for the most part retorted. 4to . . . .

.. Lond. 1648 Army. An Ordinance of the Lords and Commons for raising moneys

to be employed for the maintenance of the forces under the command of Sir Thomas Fairfax, knt. 4to . Lond. 1647

Political and Constitutional Works.

Combats. A publication of His Majestie's edict and severe censure

against private combats and combatants, whether within or without His Highnesse dominions, with their seconds and adhærents. 4to

Lond. 1613 Cromwell, Oliver, Arbitrary Government displayed to the life, in the

tyrannic usurpation of a junto of men called the Rump Parliament, and more especially in that of the tyrant and usurper. 8vo

Lond. 1682 Gloucester, The case of the citizens of, as respects the suspension of their electoral franchise. 8vo .

Gloucester, 1861 Ireland, A Letter sent from the Lords of the Council in, to the Parliament, delivered by Lord Dungarvan, 15 March, 1641. 4to

Lond. 1641 Parliament, A declaration of the true cause which moved His Ma

jestie to assemble and afterwards enforced him to dissolve the two last meetings in. 4to

.. Lond. 1626 Parliament, Order and course of passing Bills in. 4to Lond. 1641 Parliament, A declaration of the, assembled at Westminster. 4to

Lond. 1659 Present Affairs, Three Letters of publick concernment as to the, and

also concerning the late publication of the Covenant in all churches. 4to

.. Lond. 1660 Settlement. «England's Settlement mistaken ; or a short survey of a

pamphlet called England's Settlement upon the two solid founda

tions of the people's civil and religious liberties. 4to Lond. 1660 Starre Chamber, His Majestie's Speach in, xx. June, 1616. 4to

Lond. 1616 York. Thorpe, Serjeant, judge of Assize for the Northern Circuit,

his Charge to the grand jury at, 20 March, 1648, epitomizing the statutes belonging to this nation, which concerns (and, as a golden rule, ought to regulate) the severall estates and conditions of men. 4to ..

Lond. 1649

British and Irish History.

*BUCKINGHAM and Chandos (The Duke of), Memoirs of the Courts

and Cabinets of William IV. and Victoria, from original family documents. 2 vol. 8vo .

.. Lond. 1861 *Buckle (Henry Thomas). History of Civilization in England. Second vol. 8vo

.. .. Lond. 1861 *Florence of Worcester, The Chronicle of, with the two continu.

ations; comprising annals of English history from the departure of the Romans to the reign of Edward I. Translated, with notes,

&c., by Thomas Forester, A.M. 8vo .. Lond. 1854 *Guizot (F.), History of the English Revolution of 1640, from the

accession of Charles I. to his death. Translated by William Hazlitt. Svo ..

Lond. 1856

British and Irish History.

*Ince (Henry), M.A., and Gilbert (James), English History; with

very copious notices of the customs, manners, dress, arts, com

merce, &c., of the different periods. 8vo i Lond. 1860 *Matthew Paris, English History from the year 1235 to 1273.

Translated by the rev. J. A. Giles, D.C.L. 2 vol. 8vo Lond. 1852 *Matthew of Westminster, The Flowers of History, especially such

as relate to the affairs of Britain, from the beginning of the world to the year 1307, collected by. Translated from the original by

C. D. Yonge, B.A. 2 vol. 8vo . .. Lond. 1853 *Philp (Robert Kemp), The history of Progress in Great Britain. 2 vol. 8vo ..

.. Lond. 1859-60 *State Papers, Calendar of (Domestic series), of the reign of Charles I.,

1661-62. Edited by Mrs. Mary Ann E. Green. 8vo Lond. 1861 *State Papers, Calendar of (Colonial series), 1574-1660. Edited by W. Noël Sainsbury. Svo

.. Lond. 1860 *State Papers, Calendar of (Foreign series), of the reign of Mary,

1553–58. Edited by William B. Turnbull. 8vo Lond. 1861 Taylor (John Robert), The rise and progress of Mechanics’ Insti

tutes in England, and Address delivered at St. Pierre-les-Calais, France. 8vo ..

.. Lond. 1860 *Thierry (Augustin), History of the Conquest of England by the

Normans ; its causes, and its consequences in England, Scotland, Ireland, and on the Continent. Translated by William Hazlitt. 2 vol. 8vo

.. Lond. 1861 *Vaughan (Robert), D.D., Revolutions in English History. [Revolutions in Religion.] Vol. II. 8vo

.. Lond. 1861 Willis (Browne), Notitia Parliamentaria ; or an history of the coun

ties, cities, and boroughs in England and Wales. Second edit. 8vo

Lond. 1730-50

British and Irish Antiquities and Topography.

ARCHÆOLOGICAL Journal. 2 vol. 8vo .. Lond. 1859-60 Aungier (George James), The History and Antiquities of Syon

Monastery, the parish of Isleworth, and the chapelry of Hounslow. 8vo ..

.. Lond. 1840 Brayley (Edward Wedlake), F.S.A., A Topographical history of

Surrey; the geological section by Gideon Mantell, LL.D., F.R.S. Svo

.. Lond. n. d. British Archæological Association, The Journal of. 2 vol. 8vo

Lond. 1859-60 Buckler (J. C. and C. A.), A history of the Architecture of the

Abbey Church of St. Alban, with especial reference to the Norman structure. 8vo .

.. Lond. 1847 *Chambers (Robert), Edinburgh Papers by. 8vo

Lond. and Edinb. 1861


British and Irish Antiquities and Topography.

Cowper (B. H.), A descriptive, historical, and statistical account of

Millwall, commonly called the Isle of Dogs. 8vo Lond. 1853 Erdeswick (Sampson), A Survey of Staffordshire; containing the

antiquities of that county. Collated with manuscript copies, and with additions, &c., by the rev. Thomas Harwood, D.D., F.S.A. 8vo

.. Lond. 1844 Fairbairn's Crests of the Families of Great Britain and Ireland,

revised by Laurence Butters. Edited by Joseph Maclaren. 2 vol. 8vo

.. Edinb. and Lond. 1860 *Gilbert (J. T.), A History of the city of Dublin. 3 vol. 8vo

Dublin, 1854-59 *Halliwell (J. O.), Notes on Family Excursions in North Wales, taken chiefly from Rhyl, Abergele, Llandudno, and Bangor. 4to

Lond. 1860 Liverpool, Ceremonies connected with the opening of the building

for a Free Public Library and Museum, presented by William

Brown, esq., to the town of. 8vo .. Liverpool, 1861 Masters’s History of the College of Corpus Christi and the Blessed

Virgin Mary in the University of Cambridge ; with a continuation by John Lamb, D.D. 4to

.. Lond. 1831 *Phillips (John), M.A., F.R.S., The Rivers, Mountains, and Sea

coast of Yorkshire; with essays on the climate, scenery, and ancient inhabitants of the county. Second edition. 8vo

Lond. 1855 *Roberts (George), The Social History of the People of the Southern

Counties of England in past centuries. 8vo .. Lond. 1856 *Russell (Rev. F. W.), F.S.A., Kett's Rebellion in Norfolk. 4to

Lond. 1859 Steinman (G. Steinman), F.S.A., F.L.S., A History of Croydon.

.. Lond. 1834 Tanswell (John), The History and Antiquities of Lambeth. 8vo

Lond. 1858 Tighe (R. R.) and Davis (J. E.), Annals of Windsor; being a

history of the castle and town, with some account of Eton and places adjacent. 2 vol. 8vo

Lond. 1858



*CARLYLB, the rev. Dr., Autobiography of; containing Memorials of the Men and Events of his time. Second edition. Svo

Lond. 1860 *Cooper (Charles Henry), F.S.A., and Thompson Cooper, F.S.A., Athena Cantabrigienses. Vol. II., 1586–1609. Svo

Cambridge, 1861 *Dixon (William Hepworth), Personal history, of Lord Bacon, from unpublished papers. 8vo

.. Lond. 1861

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