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Additional papers of Sir Cecil Clementi

Official and personal papers of Sir Cecil Clementi (1875-1947), colonial governor, with papers of his wife, Lady Penelope Clementi (1889–1970) and other family members.
Extents: 17.0 Linear metres (107 physical shelfmarks)
Dates: 1871-2013
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The Carte Calendar

A calendar of the Carte collection of historical papers, written in 1877-1883 by Edward Edwards.
Extents: 8.25 Linear metres (75 boxes)
Dates: 1877-1883
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Carte Papers

Papers accumulated by the historian Thomas Carte (1686-1754), comprising mainly original papers of James Butler (1610-88), 1st Duke of Ormond, Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, with papers of Sir William Fitzwilliam (1526-99), Lord Deputy of Ireland; Sir John Davies (1569-1626) Attorney General of Ireland; Edward Montagu (1625-72) 1st Earl of Sandwich; Charles Middleton (c.1650-1719), 2nd Earl of Middleton; David Nairne (fl.1720), Secretary to the Pretender; Philip Wharton (1613-96), 4th Baron…
Extents: 30.69 Linear metres (279 physical shelfmarks)
Dates: 16th-18th century
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Collection of verse in Latin, Greek and English

Collection of verse in Latin, Greek and English, 1744-67, mainly by Charles Weston of Christ Church, Oxford.
Shelfmark: MS. Lat. misc. e. 53
Extents: 1 box
Dates: 1744-1767
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A Commissio Ducalis appointing Francisco Mazipetro to be governor of the castle, town and district of Noale (Anoalum) near Treviso

A Commissio Ducalis appointing Francisco Mazipetro to be governor of the castle, town and district of Noale (Anoalum) near Treviso, written in about A.D. 1548-1550 at Venice.
Shelfmark: MS. Add. C. 23
Extents: 95 Leaves
Dates: written in about A.D. 1548-1550 at Venice
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A commission from the Doge of Venice to the Governor of Treviso regulating his authority and privileges

A commission from the Doge of Venice to the Governor of Treviso regulating his authority and privileges, written in about A.D. 1573 at Venice.
Shelfmark: MS. Add. A. 189
Extents: 168 Leaves
Dates: written in about A.D. 1573 at Venice
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Copies of letters and papers on state affairs

Copies of letters and papers on state affairs
Shelfmark: MS. e Mus. 55
Extents: 155 Leaves
Dates: Made up of various pieces, written late in the 16th or early in the 17th century
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Copies of Public Records

Copies or abstracts of selected public records, chiefly Patent Rolls, relating to conveyances of land in England, 1483-1684.
Extents: 4.29 Linear metres (39 boxes)
Dates: 17th century
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Copies of writs of Summons to Parliament

Copies of writs of Summons to Parliament, from 15 John to 22 Edw. 4, 1213-1482/1483, written in the 16th century.
Extents: 0.22 Linear metres (2 boxes)
Dates: 16th century
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Eulogy of James II dedicated to pope Clement XI

Eulogy of James II dedicated to pope Clement XI, written early in the 18th century in Italy.
Shelfmark: MS. Add. C. 266
Extents: 106 pages
Dates: written early in the 18th century in Italy
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Extracts by Mifanwy Rhys from the account of the King's Remembrancer of the Exchequer (Army, Navy and Ordnance)

Extracts by Mifanwy Rhys from the account of the King's Remembrancer of the Exchequer (Army, Navy and Ordnance).
Shelfmark: MS. Lat. hist. e. 5
Extents: 103 Leaves
Dates: 1401-1405
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Letters, correspondence, and poems collected by Professor C. H. Firth

Letters, correspondence, and poems collected by Professor C. H. Firth
Extents: 0.55 Linear metres (5 boxes)
Dates: 17th-19th century
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Massey Manuscripts

Miscellaneous manuscripts collected by Richard Middleton Massey, 15th-17th century.
Extents: 1.54 Linear metres (14 boxes)
Dates: 15th-17th century
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Microfilms of Acts of Parliament

Microfilms of Acts of Parliament, 1497-1702.
Extents: 14 shelfmarks
Dates: 20th cent.
Collection

Microfilms of House of Lords Main Papers

Microfilms of House of Lords main papers, May 1499-April 1704, including protestations 1641/2.
Extents: 132 shelfmarks
Dates: 20th cent.
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The Monk Bretton Papers

Personal papers of three generations of the Dodson family; Sir John Dodson, John George Dodson and John William Dodson, 1568-1930 (predominantly 1807-1930).
Extents: 11.5 Linear metres (115 physical shelfmarks)
Dates: 1568-1932 (predominantly 1807-1930)
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'Notabilia in 1m [librum] Sententiarum [Petri Lombardi]..'

'Notabilia in 1m [librum] Sententiarum [Petri Lombardi]..'
Shelfmark: MS. e Mus. 156
Extents: 460 Leaves
Dates: Written in A.D. 1567 by Patricius de Petra at Cuenca in Spain
Collection

Photocopies of Acts of Parliament

Positive photocopies of the original manuscripts of five Acts of Parliament, 1559-1832: Acts of Uniformity, 1559, 1662 Habeas Corpus, 1679 Bill of Rights, 1689 Reform Act, 1832
Extents: 5 shelfmarks
Dates: 20th cent.
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The private letter-book of Francis Seymour Larpent as chairman of the Audit Board in London

The private letter-book of Francis Seymour Larpent as chairman of the Audit Board in London
Extents: 0.10 Linear metres (2 boxes)
Dates: Written in 1827-1842 by F. S. Larpent
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Rawlinson Manuscripts

Rawlinson's manuscripts, consisting of: Rawlinson A: English history Rawlinson B: English history Rawlinson C: History, theology Rawlinson D: Miscellaneous Rawlinson E: Sermons Rawlinson F: Poetry Rawlinson G: Classics Rawlinson H: Letters Rawlinson I: Mainly theology …
Extents: 5122 shelfmarks
Dates: 8th-18th century

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16th century 11
17th century 10
Politics and Government 8
18th century 7
19th century 5
20th century 5
Great Britain -- Politics and Government -- 17th century 5
Great Britain -- Politics and government -- 16th century 4
Great Britain -- Politics and government 3
Great Britain -- History 3
Great Britain -- History -- Civil War, 1642-1649 3
Great Britain -- Politics and government -- 15th century 3
Great Britain -- Politics and government -- 18th century 3
Ireland 3
Ireland -- Politics and government -- 17th century 3
Literature 3
Poetry 3
Great Britain -- Politics and government -- 19th century 2
Ireland -- Politics and Government -- 16th century 2
Irish Confederation, 1642-1648 2
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21st century 1
Anabaptists 1
Authors, Classical 1
Bible 1
Bible -- O.T. -- Psalms 1
Buckingham (England) 1
Buckinghamshire (England) 1
Cathedrals 1
Classical literature 1
Colonial administrators 1
Constitutions 1
Conveyancing 1
Diaries -- 18th century 1
Diplomatic and consular service -- British 1
Dissenters 1
Dorset (England) 1
Drama 1
Durham (England: County) 1
Ecclesiastical courts 1
England and Wales -- Parliament -- Committee for the Relief of Plundered Ministers 1
English literature -- 17th century 1
Essex (England) 1
Eulogies 1
Flanders (Belgium) 1
France 1
Genealogy 1
Great Britain -- Political and Government -- 17th century 1
Great Britain -- Politics and Government 1
Great Britain -- Politics and government -- 1558-1603 1
Great Britain -- Politics and government -- 1603-1714 1
Great Britain -- history -- Charles I, 1625-1649 1
Great Britain. Parliament -- Rules and practice 1
Guyana -- Politics and government -- 20th century 1
Hearth-money 1
Heraldry 1
Hong Kong (China) -- Politics and government -- 20th century 1
House of Commons -- Parliament -- Great Britain 1
Ireland -- Politics and government -- 18th century 1
Italy 1
Italy -- Description and travel 1
Italy -- History 1
Law 1
Letters 1
Liturgies 1
Local history 1
London (England) 1
Malaya -- Politics and government -- 20th century 1
Manuscripts, Latin 1
Mysteries and miracle-plays, English -- England -- Chester 1
Nonjurors 1
Numismatics 1
Oxford (England) 1
Oxford (England) -- History 1
Oxfordshire (England) 1
Papal medals 1
Protestantism -- France 1
Public records -- Great Britain 1
Religion 1
Royal family 1
Sermons 1
Sri Lanka -- Politics and government -- 20th century 1
Statutes 1
Straits Settlements -- Politics and government -- 20th century 1
Sussex (England) 1
Sweden 1
Theology 1
Travel 1
Treaty of Utrecht 1
Venice (Italy) 1
x - 15th century 1
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Indexed names
Wharton | Philip | 1613-1696 | 4th Baron Wharton 3
Attorney General of Ireland | Ireland 2
Butler | James | 1610-1688 | 1st Duke of Ormonde | soldier and statesman 2
Carte | Thomas | 1686-1754 | historian 2
Davies | Sir | John | 1569-1626 | Knight | Attorney General of Ireland and Poet 2
Firth | Sir | Charles Harding | 1857-1936 | Knight | historian 2
Fitzwilliam | Sir | William | 1526-1599 | Knight | Lord Deputy of Ireland 2
House of Lords Record Office: the Parliamentary Archives 2
Lord Deputy of Ireland | Ireland 2
Lord Lieutenant of Ireland | Ireland 2
Middleton | Charles | c. 1650-1719 | 2nd Earl of Middleton | statesman 2
Montagu | Edward | 1625-1672 | 1st Earl of Sandwich | admiral 2
Nairne | David | fl 1720 | Secretary to the Pretender 2
Wharton | Thomas | 1648-1716 | 1st Marquess of Wharton 2
Aquinas | Thomas | ? 1225-1274 | Saint 1
Aristotle | 384-322 BC | Greek philosopher 1
Beaumont | fl 1688-1730 | Nonconformist 1
Bracton | Henry de | c 1210-1268 | Judge, Chancellor of Exeter Cathedral 1
Carrington | Mary Townsend | 1892-1980 | nee Eyres 1
Chaucer | Geoffrey | c 1340-1400 | Poet 1
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Church of England | Diocese of London | Consistory Court 1
Clementi | Augusta Mildred Warren | 1878-1969 | nee Graham 1
Clementi | Cecily Joyce | b 1915 1
Clementi | Cresswell Montagu | 1918-1981 | Air Vice-Marshal 1
Clementi | Dione Rose | 1914-2010 | lecturer in history 1
Clementi | Isabel | 1850–1930 | nee Collard 1
Clementi | Lockhart | 1881-after 1917 | Captain 1
Clementi | Marie Penelope Rose | 1889–1970 | nee Eyres | known as Penelope Clementi 1
Clementi | Montagu | 1839-1919 | Colonel, Judge Advocate-General in India 1
Clementi | Sir | Cecil | 1875-1947 | Knight | colonial governor 1
Clementi | Winifred Dorothy | d 1966 | nee Hobson | known as Dorothy Clementi 1
Dodson | Family | Barons Monk Bretton 1
Dodson | John George | 1825-1897 | 1st Baron Monk Bretton | Politician 1
Dodson | John William | 1869-1933 | 2nd Baron Monk Bretton 1
Dodson | Sir | John | 1780-1858 | Knight | Dean of the Arches 1
Edwards | Edward | 1812–1886 | librarian and writer 1
England and Wales | Exchequer 1
England and Wales | House of Lords 1
England and Wales | Royal Navy 1
England | House of Lords 1
Eton College 1
Eyres | Cresswell John | 1862-1949 | Admiral 1
Eyres | Rose Nankivell | 1863-1940 | nee Townsend 1
Fanshawe | Sir | Richard | 1608-1666 | 1st Baronet | Diplomat and Author 1
Fitzwilliams | John | fl 1600-1699 | Nonjuror 1
Fleming | Robert | ? 1660-1716 | Presbyterian Minister 1
French Protestant Church 1
Great Britain | Colonial Administrative Service 1
Great Council of Venice | 1172-1797 | political intitution 1
Grenville | Denis | 1637-1703 | Jacobite Archbishop of York | also known as Denis Granville 1
Gronovius | Jacobus | 1645-1716 | classical scholar 1
Gunning | Peter | 1614-1684 | Bishop of Ely 1
Hawes | Samuel | fl 1694-1700 | Nonjuror 1
Hearne | Thomas | 1678-1735 | Antiquary and Nonjuror 1
Holman | William | d 1730 | Essex Antiquary Congregational Minister 1
James II | 1633-1701 | King of Great Britain and Ireland 1
Jenkins | Sir | Leoline | 1625-1685 | Academic and diplomat 1
L'Estrange | Hamon | 1605-1660 | theologian and historian 1
Larpent | Francis Seymour | 1776-1845 | Civil servant 1
Lewis | John | c 1700-1799 | Minister of Margate 1
Livius | Titus | ? 59 BC-AD 17 | Roman historian 1
Locke | John | 1632-1704 | Philosopher 1
Mandeville | Sir | John | d 1372 | travel writer 1
Massey | Richard Middleton | 1678-1743 | Physician 1
Mazipetro | Francisco | fl. c.1548-1550 | governor of the castle, town and district of Noale (Anoalum) near Treviso 1
Merris | John | 1877-1942 | formerly Clementi | Colonel 1
Mocenigo | Alvise | 1507-1577 | also Alvise I Mocenigo | doge of Venice 1
Nedam | James | fl 1532-1543 | Royal Surveyor of Works 1
Neve | John Le | 1679-1741 | Antiquary 1
Ovenell | Alwin Isabel | 1923-2010 | nee Clementi 1
Ovidius Naso | Publius | 43 BC-AD 17 | Roman poet 1
Pepys | Samuel | 1633-1703 | MP, Diarist, Public Servant, Antiquary 1
Price | Daniel | fl 1685-1706 | Dean of St Asaph 1
Rawlinson | Richard | 1690-1755 | Antiquary and Nonjuror 1
Rhys | Mifanwy | fl. 1401-1405 1
Roach | Richard | 1662-1730 | Anglican clergyman 1
Robinson | John | 1650-1723 | Bishop of London 1
Sallustius Crispus | Gaius | ? 86-? 34 BC | Roman historian 1
Samber | Robert | fl 1710-1729 | Poet 1
Sancroft | William | 1617-1693 | Archbishop of Canterbury 1
Selden | John | 1584-1654 | Jurist MP Antiquary 1
Smith | Thomas | 1638-1710 | Nonjuror Historian and Librarian 1
Spencer | Lord | Charles | 1740-1820 | politician 1
St Paul's Cathedral 1
Stanton | William | fl 1697-1704 1
Swadlin | Thomas | 1600-1670 | Royalist divine 1
Terentius Afer | Publius | ? 195 BC-? 159 BC | Roman comic dramatist 1
Thurloe | John | 1616-1668 | Secretary to the Council of State 1
Tullius Cicero | Marcus | 106-43 BC | Roman orator and statesman 1
Turner | Francis | ? 1638-1700 | Bishop of Ely 1
Turner | Thomas | 1645-1714 | President of Corpus Christi College Oxford 1
University of Cambridge 1
University of Oxford 1
Warner | Dorothy Cresswell Lee- | 1897-1928 | nee Eyres 1
Wentworth | Thomas | 1593-1641 | 1st Earl of Strafford | Nobleman 1
Weston | Charles | d. 1801 | Church of England clergyman 1
Weston | Edward | 1703-1770 | government official and author 1
Wilkinson | Thomas | fl 1600-1699 | Anglican clergyman 1
Williams | John | fl 1709-1726 | Poet 1
Williamson | Sir | Joseph | 1633-1701 | Government official 1
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Language
Chinese 1
Dutch; Flemish 1
English 18
French 5
German 1
Greek, Ancient (to 1453) 2
Greek, Modern (1453-) 2
Hebrew 1
Italian 6
Japanese 1
Pushto; Pashto 1
Turkish 1
Welsh 2