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Autograph works of John Taylor the Water-Poet

Autograph works of John Taylor the Water-Poet, written in 1643-1645.
Shelfmark: MS. Add. C. 209
Extents: 33 Leaves
Dates: written in 1643-1645 by J. Taylor
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Autographs and letters, 17th-19th century, collected by William Spence, and continued by George Lawton

Autographs and letters, 17th-19th century, collected by William Spence, and continued by George Lawton.
Extents: 0.20 Linear metres (2 boxes)
Dates: 17th-19th century
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Autographs, letters and portraits collected by Charlotte, Comtesse de Tebay

Autographs, letters and portraits collected by Charlotte, Comtesse de Tebay, 16th-18th century, including royal documents of England, France and Prussia.
Extents: 0.55 Linear metres (5 boxes)
Dates: 16th-18th century
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Autographs of politicians who held office in the Treasury, 18th century, and licence of non-residence for John Ramsden

Autographs of politicians who held office in the Treasury, 18th century, and licence of non-residence for John Ramsden, 1804.
Shelfmark: MS. Autogr. d. 29
Extents: 35 Leaves
Dates: 18th century, 1804.
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Badger Deeds

Thirty one charters, and one roll, relating to property in Shropshire and Herefordshire.
Extents: 32 shelfmarks
Dates: 12th cent.-1662
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Ballard Collection

George Ballard's manuscript collection.
Extents: 8.36 Linear metres (76 boxes)
Dates: 16th-18th century
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Barlow Manuscripts

Thomas Barlow's manuscripts collection.
Extents: 6.05 Linear metres (55 boxes)
Dates: 10th-17th century
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Bernard Collection

Bernard Collection
Extents: 18.04 Linear metres (164 boxes (need missing Or sm's)))
Dates: 10th-17th century
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'Biathanatos. A Declaration of that Paradoxe or Thesis, that Selfe-homicide is not so naturally Sinne that it may neuer be otherwise...' by John Donne

'Biathanatos. A Declaration of that Paradoxe or Thesis, that Selfe-homicide is not so naturally Sinne that it may neuer be otherwise...' by John Donne
Shelfmark: MS. e Mus. 131
Extents: 264 pages
Dates: Written about A.D. 1619
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Bibliographical and Genealogical Collections of W.H. Allnutt

Bibliographical and Genealogical Collections of W.H. Allnutt
Extents: 0.48 Linear metres (6 boxes)
Dates: c. 1624-1896 (predominantly 19th cent.)
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Biographical notes by John Aubrey

Biographical notes by John Aubrey.
Shelfmark: MS. Eng. c. 7903, fols. 22-23
Extents: 1 leaf
Dates: 1689
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Bliss Manuscripts

Eleven manuscripts, and printed books with manuscript notes, of Philip Bliss, 17th-19th century.
Extents: 1.31 Linear metres (12 boxes)
Dates: 17th-19th century
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Bodleian Library Records

Administrative records generated by the Bodleian Library, 1600-1985.
Extents: 592.35 Linear metres (5385 physical shelfmarks)
Dates: 1600-1985
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A book containing certificates by the officers of the Ordnance

A book containing certificates by the officers of the Ordnance
Shelfmark: MS. Eng. hist. c. 14
Extents: 88 Leaves
Dates: Written in 1645-1646
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A book inscribed on the cover 'Divisions for the Bass Violl, Decemb. 3d. Anno Domini 1687'

Divisions, sonatas and musical examples used for teaching, written in score by Francis Withy, 1688-1697.
Shelfmark: MS. Mus. Sch. c. 61 (Former reference: Music School B. 6. 39)
Extents: 92 pages
Dates: 1688-1697
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Book of arms in trick

Book of arms in trick, 17th century.
Shelfmark: MS. Top. gen. d. 24
Extents: 228 pages
Dates: 17th century
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A book of magical charms

A book of magical charms
Shelfmark: MS. e Mus. 243
Extents: 86 Leaves
Dates: Written in A.D. 1622
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'A booke containeing the knowledge of diuers Precious Stones & Druggs'

'A booke containeing the knowledge of diuers Precious Stones & Druggs,' written in about A.D. 1640-1643 by N. Buckeridge.
Shelfmark: MS. Bodl. 51
Extents: 46 Leaves
Dates: Written in about A.D. 1640-1643 by N. Buckeridge
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'A Booke of Psalme Tunes...'

'A Booke of Psalme Tunes with directions by the Rull how to sing them...', [c 1700].
Shelfmark: MS. Mus. f. 38
Extents: 33 Leaves
Dates: [c 1700]
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Bound collection of Poor Robin and Dade almanacks annotated by Frances Wolfreston

Bound collection of Poor Robin and Dade almanacks annotated by Frances Wolfreston.
Shelfmark: MS. Don. e. 246
Extents: 1.0 volume
Dates: 1666-1679, 1690, 1693, 1702-1705

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17th century 1607
18th century 663
19th century 434
16th century 356
20th century 222
Humanities 186
Letters 140
Religion 137
Literature 131
Music 113
Parishes -- England -- Oxfordshire 108
Oxfordshire (England) 98
x - 15th century 86
Antiquarians 76
Theology 73
Sermons 70
Music -- Manuscripts -- 17th century 67
14th century 53
History 53
Poetry 52
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13th century 45
Church records and registers 45
Genealogy 42
Politics and Government 41
Royal family 39
Legal documents 35
Accounts 34
Correspondence 33
Heraldry 32
x - 12th century 32
Berkshire (England) 29
Great Britain -- History -- Civil War, 1642-1649 28
Oxford (England) 26
Local history 25
Nobility -- Great Britain 25
Buckinghamshire (England) 24
Suites 24
Chamber music 23
Great Britain -- Topography 22
Law 22
Maps -- Great Britain 22
Manors -- England 21
Commonplace books 20
Parishes -- England 20
Diaries 19
Manuscripts 19
Music -- Manuscripts -- 18th century 19
Universities and colleges 19
Deeds -- England 18
Poems 18
x - 11th century 17
Yorkshire (England) 16
Great Britain -- History 15
Motets 15
Norfolk (England) 15
Church 14
Courts, manorial 14
Essex (England) 14
House of Commons -- Parliament -- Great Britain 14
Ireland 14
Account books 13
Anthems 13
Essays 13
Great Britain -- Politics and Government -- 17th century 13
Kent (England) 13
Lincolnshire (England) 13
London (England) 13
x - 10th century 13
Church of England -- Clergy 12
England 12
English literature 12
Literature -- Translations 12
Manors -- England -- Oxfordshire 12
Medicine 12
Poets 12
Bodleian Library 11
France 11
Libraries 11
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English poetry 10
Mathematics 10
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Surrey (England) 10
Authors, Classical 9
Charters 9
Cheshire (England) 9
Church records and registers -- Oxfordshire 9
Classical literature 9
Courts 9
English poetry -- 17th century 9
Gloucestershire (England) 9
Philosophy 9
Political satire 9
Religious literature, English 9
Speeches, addresses, etc. 9
Sussex (England) 9
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Indexed names
Goadby | Frank Reginald Lindsay | 1899-1985 | Brigadier Historian of Standlake 76
Church of England 38
University of Oxford 28
Jenkins | John | 1592-1678 | composer 17
Lowe | Edward | 1610-1682 | composer, music copyist, organist and writer on music 16
Hyde | Edward | 1609-1674 | 1st Earl of Clarendon | Lord Chancellor 12
Simpson | Christopher | c 1602/1606-1669 | composer 12
Blow | John | 1648-1708 | composer 10
Charles II | 1630-1685 | King of England, Scotland and Ireland 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 I | 1600-1649 | King of England, Scotland and Ireland 8
Gibbons | Orlando | 1583-1625 | composer 8
Butler | James | 1610-1688 | 1st Duke of Ormonde | soldier and statesman 7
England and Wales | Parliament 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
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Wood | Anthony | 1632-1695 | Antiquary 7
Bodley | Sir | Thomas | 1545-1613 | Knight | diplomat, scholar, and founder of the Bodleian Library 6
Elizabeth I | 1533-1603 | Queen of England and Ireland 6
Fairfax | Thomas | 1612-1671 | 3rd Baron Fairfax | politician, general, and Parliamentary commander-in-chief during the English Civil War 6
Harris | C. G | Oxfordshire Family History Society 6
Hearne | Thomas | 1678-1735 | Antiquary and Nonjuror 6
Oxford University | New College 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
Gibbons | Christopher | bap 1615-1676 | composer and organist 5
James II | 1633-1701 | King of Great Britain and Ireland 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
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
Laud | William | 1573-1645 | Archbishop of Canterbury 4
Oxford University | Lincoln College 4
Sheldon | Gilbert | 1598-1677 | Archbishop of Canterbury 4
Sherard | James | 1666-1738 | apothecary, botanist and amateur musician 4
Southwell | Sir | Robert | 1635-1702 | Knight | Diplomat 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
Ashton | Matthew | fl. 1681-1685 | Merchant in Leeds 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
Coke | Sir | Edward | 1552-1634 | Knight | lawyer, legal writer, and politician 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
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Language
Latin 246
French 62
Italian 49
Greek, Ancient (to 1453) 20
Greek, Modern (1453-) 20
German 14
Spanish; Castilian 11
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