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4 'Italian Soneta's for 3: two Trebles and a Base with a Through Base. 4 Bookes'

4 anonymous sonatas for three string instruments and basso continuo, probably all by Italian composers, [1670-1682].
Shelfmark: MS. Mus. Sch. c. 79
Extents: 1 box
Dates: [1670-1682]
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10 sonatas for two violins, bass, and continuo, by Lelio Colista and C.A. Lonati

10 sonatas for two violins, bass and continuo, 4 by Lelio Colista and 6 by Carlo Ambrogio Lonati, copied for or by James Sherard, late 17th cent.
Shelfmark: MS. Mus. Sch. d. 256 (Former reference: Music School B. 4. 16)
Extents: 1 box
Dates: late 17th cent.
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12 fantasias for two bass viols and organ by Giovanni [John] Coperario

John Coperario: String parts of 12 fantasias for two bass viols and organ, middle to late 17th cent.
Shelfmark: MS. Mus. Sch. c. 92
Extents: 1 box
Dates: middle to late 17th cent.
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12 'Sonate à 2 Violini', op. 2, by Giovanni Battista Vitali

12 'Sonate à 2 Violini', op. 2, by Giovanni Battista Vitali, 2nd half of 17th cent.
Shelfmark: MS. Mus. Sch. d. 257 (Former shelfmark: Music School B. 4. 17)
Extents: 31 Leaves
Dates: 17th cent., 2nd half
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17th century sermons repeated by Henry Turner, rector of Lathbury, Buckinghamshire, at Lathbury and elsewhere

17th century sermons repeated by Henry Turner, rector of Lathbury, Buckinghamshire, at Lathbury and elsewhere, 1704-1750.
Shelfmark: MS. Eng. th. f. 51
Extents: 124 Leaves
Dates: 1704-1750
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37 short pieces for bass viol (companion volume to MS. Mus. Sch. f. 573)

Companion volume to f. 573, mainly copied by the third hand, and containing two of the same pieces by P. Hacquart, [date].
Shelfmark: MS. Mus. Sch. f. 574 (Former reference: Music School A. 3. 28)
Extents: 1 box
Dates: Date not recorded at time of cataloguing
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381 coats of arms in trick, from the Visitation of Cornwall of 1620, followed by a few pedigrees

381 coats of arms in trick, from the Visitation of Cornwall of 1620, followed by a few pedigrees, written perhaps in the second quarter of the 17th century.
Shelfmark: MS. Top. Cornwall c. 1
Extents: 69 Leaves
Dates: written perhaps in the second quarter of the 17th century
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'1700... A List of his Majestyes Royal Navy'

'1700... A List of his Majestyes Royal Navy', giving names, kind, dimensions, tonnage, guns, and date, etc. of construction.
Shelfmark: MS. Bodl. 981
Extents: 30 Leaves
Dates: written in A.D. 1700
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About 1650 signatures, cut from letters and documents

About 1650 signatures, cut from letters and documents
Shelfmark: MS. Autogr. c. 11
Extents: 27 Leaves
Dates: Written in the 16th-19th century
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'An Abridgement of the Life and Death of Julius Cæsar. London. Written by Io. Raymond Anno: MDCXLIX'

'An Abridgement of the Life and Death of Julius Cæsar. London. Written by Io. Raymond Anno: MDCXLIX'
Shelfmark: MS. Fairfax 39
Extents: 96 pages
Dates: Written in 1649 by J. Raymond
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'An Abstract of the Names of the People called Quakers lately convicted as Popish Recusants...'

'An Abstract of the Names of the People called Quakers lately convicted as Popish Recusants...'
Shelfmark: MS. Eng. misc. b. 1 (R)
Extents: 1 roll
Dates: Written about A.D. 1660-1670
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An Accompt of all the Deeds, Evidences, & other Instruments in Writing, that ... relate to the Lands and Tenements in ... Ensham...'

An Accompt of all the Deeds, Evidences, & other Instruments in Writing, that ... relate to the Lands and Tenements in ... Ensham...,' written chiefly in A.D. 1691.
Shelfmark: MS. Top. Oxon d. 3
Extents: 77 Leaves
Dates: written chiefly in A.D. 1691
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Account and Day Books of John Redwood and John Wolston, Merchants, of Exeter, Devon

Account and day books of John Redwood and John Wolston, merchants, of Exeter, Devon comprising: account book, called 'post book', apparently of John Redwood of Exeter, in partnership with John Wolston his brother-in-law, 1676-1721 day book of the same concern, 1723-25, with (fols. 1-5) some earlier entries copied in. A partial index of customers is at fols. i-xii.
Extents: 2 shelfmarks
Dates: 1676-1725
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Account book of Hashabia Horsnell, curate of Pirbright and Frimley

Account book of Hashabia Horsnell, curate of Pirbright and Frimley, 1686-1701, with notes by a lawyer, 1733.
Shelfmark: MS. Top. Surrey f. 2
Extents: 37 Leaves
Dates: 1686-1701, 1733
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Account book of Mary Gofton

Account book of Mary Gofton, 1645-1649.
Shelfmark: MS. Eng. e. 3651
Extents: 119 Leaves
Dates: 1645-1649
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Account book of Richard Belsire, gent., of Yate

Account book of Richard Belsire, gent., of Yate, 1678-1684.
Shelfmark: MS. Top. Glouc. f. 3
Extents: 185 Leaves
Dates: 1678-1684
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Account book of William Webster, merchant of Stockton-on-Tees, 1681-91, with a few later additions

Account book of William Webster, merchant of Stockton-on-Tees, 1681-91, with a few later additions
Shelfmark: MS. Eng. misc. c. 205
Extents: 157 Leaves
Dates: 1681-1691
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An account by sir Thomas Bodley of his negotiations in the Netherlands

An account by sir Thomas Bodley of his negotiations in the Netherlands
Shelfmark: MS. Bodl. 11
Extents: 24 Leaves
Dates: Written about 1600
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Account by Sir Thomas Twisden, 3rd Bart., of Bradbourne, Kent, of travels on the Continent, 1693, and (fols. 57v-60v) of a journey to Paris, 1698

Account by Sir Thomas Twisden, 3rd Bart., of Bradbourne, Kent, of travels on the Continent, 1693, and (fols. 57v-60v) of a journey to Paris, 1698
Shelfmark: MS. Eng. misc. c. 206
Extents: 65 Leaves
Dates: 1693-1698
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Account by Thomas Peckham detailing the disclosure of the Rye House Plot by Josiah Keeling to Secretary of State, Sir Leoline Jenkins, in the presence of Lord Dartmouth at Hampton Court

Account by Thomas Peckham detailing the disclosure of the Rye House Plot by Josiah Keeling to Secretary of State, Sir Leoline Jenkins, in the presence of Lord Dartmouth at Hampton Court
Shelfmark: MS. Eng. e. 3650
Extents: 14 Leaves
Dates: Jan. 1684

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17th century 1468
18th century 590
19th century 373
16th century 322
20th century 181
Literature 130
Letters 119
Humanities 115
Music 112
Parishes -- England -- Oxfordshire 108
Religion 99
x - 15th century 86
Antiquarians 75
Oxfordshire (England) 73
Theology 72
Sermons 69
Music -- Manuscripts -- 17th century 66
14th century 53
Poetry 51
History 46
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13th century 45
Genealogy 40
Politics and Government 36
Legal documents 35
Royal family 35
Correspondence 33
x - 12th century 32
Heraldry 31
Berkshire (England) 29
Accounts 28
Great Britain -- History -- Civil War, 1642-1649 27
Oxford (England) 26
Nobility -- Great Britain 25
Buckinghamshire (England) 24
Suites 24
Chamber music 23
Great Britain -- Topography 22
Local history 22
Maps -- Great Britain 22
Commonplace-books 20
Manors -- England 20
Music -- Manuscripts -- 18th century 19
Universities and colleges 19
Diaries 18
Manuscripts 18
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Deeds -- England 17
x - 11th century 17
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House of Commons -- Parliament -- Great Britain 14
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Great Britain -- Politics and Government -- 17th century 13
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x - 10th century 13
Account books 12
Bodleian Library 12
Church of England -- Clergy 12
Courts, manorial 12
England 12
Literature -- Translations 12
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Authors, Classical 9
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Church records and registers 9
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English poetry -- 17th century 9
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Mathematics 9
Political satire 9
Religious literature, English 9
Sussex (England) 9
x - 9th century 9
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Indexed names
Goadby | Frank Reginald Lindsay | 1899-1985 | Brigadier Historian of Standlake 74
University of Oxford 27
Jenkins | John | 1592-1678 | composer 17
Lowe | Edward | 1610-1682 | composer, music copyist, organist and writer on music 16
Simpson | Christopher | c 1602/1606-1669 | composer 12
Blow | John | 1648-1708 | composer 10
Lawes | William | 1602-1645 | musician and composer 10
Dugdale | Sir | William | 1605-1686 | Knight | antiquary and herald 9
Purcell | Henry | c 1659-1695 | composer 9
Charles II | 1630-1685 | King of England, Scotland and Ireland 8
Gibbons | Orlando | 1583-1625 | composer 8
Hyde | Edward | 1609-1674 | 1st Earl of Clarendon | Lord Chancellor 8
Charles I | 1600-1649 | King of England, Scotland and Ireland 7
Society of Genealogists 7
Tanner | Thomas | 1674-1735 | Bishop of St Asaph and antiquary 7
Wallis | John | 1616-1703 | Mathematician 7
Watts | C G | Parish Registrar 7
Wood | Anthony | 1632-1695 | Antiquary 7
Bodley | Sir | Thomas | 1545-1613 | Knight | diplomat, scholar, and founder of the Bodleian Library 6
Butler | James | 1610-1688 | 1st Duke of Ormonde | soldier and statesman 6
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Elizabeth I | 1533-1603 | Queen of England and Ireland 6
England and Wales | Parliament 6
Hearne | Thomas | 1678-1735 | Antiquary and Nonjuror 6
Baltzar | Thomas | 1631-1663 | violinist and composer 5
Bassani | Giovanni Battist | c 1650-1716 | composer 5
Bodleian Library 5
Byrd | William | c 1540-1623 | musical composer 5
Carissimi | Giacomo | 1605-1674 | composer 5
Fairfax | Thomas | 1612-1671 | 3rd Baron Fairfax | politician, general, and Parliamentary commander-in-chief during the English Civil War 5
Gibbons | Christopher | bap 1615-1676 | composer and organist 5
James VI and I | 1566-1625 | King of Scotland, England and Ireland 5
James | Thomas | ? 1573-1629 | Bodley's Librarian and Sub Dean of Wells 5
Locke | John | 1632-1704 | philospher 5
Neve | Peter Le | 1661-1729 | herald and antiquary 5
Oxford University | New College 5
Sancroft | William | 1617-1693 | Archbishop of Canterbury 5
Selden | John | 1584-1654 | Jurist, MP, and Antiquary 5
University of Cambridge 5
Barlow | Thomas | 1607-1691 | Bishop of Lincoln 4
Burnet | Gilbert | 1643-1715 | Bishop of Salisbury and Historian 4
Carte | Thomas | 1686-1754 | historian 4
Cecil | William | 1520-1598 | 1st Baron Burghley | Statesman 4
Charlett | Arthur | 1655-1722 | Master of University College Oxford 4
Clark | Andrew | 1854-1922 | Clergyman and Antiquary 4
Clayton | Sir | Robert | 1629-1707 | Knight | Banker and politician 4
Cotton | Sir | Robert | 1571-1631 | 1st baronet | Antiquary and politician 4
Dodwell | Henry | 1641-1711 | Scholar and Theologian 4
Donne | John | 1573-1631 | Dean of St. Paul's and poet 4
East India Company 4
Fell | John | 1625-1686 | Bishop of Oxford 4
Gough | Richard | 1735-1809 | antiquary 4
Henry | Philip | 1631-1696 | Nonconformist Minister and Diarist 4
Oxford University | Lincoln College 4
Sheldon | Gilbert | 1598-1677 | Archbishop of Canterbury 4
Sherard | James | 1666-1738 | apothecary, botanist and amateur musician 4
Tallis | Thomas | c 1505-1585 | composer 4
Wagstaffe | Thomas | 1645-1712 | bishop of the nonjuring Church of England 4
Ward | John | c 1589-1638 | composer 4
Withy | Francis | c 1645-1727 | cathedral singer, string player, music copyist, teacher and composer 4
Aldrich | Henry | 1648-1710 | composer 3
Alfonso Ferrabosco | c 1575-1628 | composer and viol player 3
Anstis | John | 1669-1744 | herald, antiquary, and MP 3
Ashmole | Elias | 1617-1692 | Antiquary and Astrologer 3
Aubrey | John | 1626-1697 | antiquary and biographer 3
Baker| David | 1575-1641 | name in religion Augustine | Benedictine monk and mystical writer 3
Ballard | George | 1705-1755 | Antiquary 3
Blathwayt | William | bap.1650-d. 1717 | Government official 3
Camden | William | 1551-1623 | antiquary herald schoolmaster 3
Carew | Thomas | 1594-1640 | Poet 3
Child | William | 1606/1607-1697 | composer 3
Clarke | Jeremiah | c 1743-1809 | composer 3
Coffyn | John | fl. 1668-1699 | surveyor 3
Coprario | John | c 1570/1580-1626 | composer 3
Corelli | Arcangelo | 1653-1713 | composer and violinist 3
Digby | George | 1612-1677 | Politician 3
Dodsworth | Roger | 1585-1654 | Antiquary 3
Donne | John | 1573-1631 | Dean of St Paul's, poet 3
England and Wales | Exchequer 3
England and Wales | Ordnance Office 3
Eustace| E | fl. 1980 3
Ferrabosco | Alfonso | 1543-1588 | composer 3
Ferrabosco | Alfonso | c 1575-1628 | composer and viol player 3
Finger | Gottfried | c 1660-1730 | viol player and composer 3
Handel | George Frederick | 1685-1759 | musical composer 3
Harcourt | Edward William | 1825-1891 | politician 3
Harcourt | Edward | 1757-1847 | formerly Venables-Vernon | Archbishop of York 3
Harcourt | Family | Nuneham Courtenay 3
Harcourt | Family | Stanton Harcourt 3
Harcourt | George Granville | 1785-1861 | formerly Venables-Vernon | MP, Barrister 3
Harcourt | George Simon | 1736-1809 | 2nd Earl Harcourt 3
Harcourt | Simon | 1714-1777 | 1st Earl Harcourt | politician 3
Harcourt | Simon | c 1661-1727 | 1st Viscount Harcourt | Lord Chancellor 3
Harcourt | William | 1743-1830 | 3rd Earl Harcourt | Field Marshal 3
Harcourt | William | Venables Vernon | 1789-1871 | Canon of York, chemist 3
Hickes | George | 1642-1715 | Dean of Worcester, nonjuror, philologist and antiquary 3
Hickes | George | 1642-1715 | Dean of Worcester, nonjuror, philologist, and antiquary 3
House of Commons 3
James II | 1633-1701 | King of Great Britain and Ireland 3
Jonson | Benjamin | c. 1573-1637 | poet 3
Laud | William | 1573-1645 | Archbishop of Canterbury 3
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Language
Latin 246
French 60
Italian 48
Greek, Ancient (to 1453) 20
Greek, Modern (1453-) 20
German 13
Spanish; Castilian 10
English, Old (ca.450-1100) 9
Dutch; Flemish 9
Hebrew 9
Welsh 9
Arabic 6
English, Middle (1100-1500) 6
Portuguese 6
Russian 5
Irish 4
Multiple languages 4
Scots 3
Coptic 2
Cornish 2