Collections towards the history of the baronage, Written in and after 1677 by Sir William Dugdale
MS. Dugdale 27
Collections towards the history of the baronage, comprising:
- Fol. 2. an alphabetical catalogue of barons with references to the regnal years in which they were (?) summoned to Parliament
- Fol. 32. 'a true copie of an antient roll in velome, of the names of the lords spirituall and temporall, which sate in the Parliament holden at Westminster in Hillary Terme 31 Hen. 8 (wherein their armes and crests are lively depicted) remayning in the custody of the right honourable Arthur earle of Anglesey, lord Privy Seale'
- Fol. 34v. a list of lords who sat temp. Hen. vii to 1 Eliz. from manuscripts in the Office of Arms
- Fol. 44v. 'A catalogue of the eldest sons of such peeres of this realme, of severall degrees, as had summons to parliament in their father's life-time, and sate according to the seniority of those titles whereof they were so summoned'
- Fol. 45v. 'A Catalogue of such noble persons as have had summons to parliament and there sate in right of their wives'
- Fol. 48. 'The argument of Sir William Jones, kt., the king's attorney-general, June 5, 1678, in the viscount Purbeck's [i.e. Robert Villiers or Danvers] case', beg. 'This is a matter', and (fol. 53) the earl of Shaftesbury's argument
(fols. 55v-70v are blank)
- Written in and after 1677 by Sir William Dugdale
Language of Materials
MS. Dugdale 27
Other Finding Aids
Falconer Madan, et al., A summary catalogue of western manuscripts in the Bodleian Library at Oxford which have not hitherto been catalogued in the Quarto series (7 vols. in 8 [vol. II in 2 parts], Oxford, 1895-1953; reprinted, with corrections in vols. I and VII, Munich, 1980), vol. II, no. 6517
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