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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Editorial note

    to Sir Charles Dilke, Bart., M.P., LL .M., etc., for suggestions regarding the article on Forestry, and to Mr. H. J. Ellis of the British Museum for valuable information relating to the histories of the Religious Houses of the county.

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    impossible to complete the remaining sections. Work was resumed on these as soon as the Public Record Office and British Museum were functioning again, but delay from this cause and other post-war conditions has been inevitable. Thanks are due to

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    class of documents at the British Museum here cited as ' Norris Deeds ' has been re-named ' Aston Hall Charters.' The Towneley Manuscripts denominated G G and R R are in the British Museum ; C C is in

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    Nicholas de Warthill was prior of the same place in 1387 , as stated in a charter at the British Museum . During the time of the preparation of this volume death has removed two esteemed colleagues-the Rev. H. A.

    Hospitals Lambourn

    of Parliament in 31 Elizabeth . 27 There is a cast of the seal of this hospital at the British Museum . 28 The Holy Trinity is represented under a heavy canopy, with a kneeling figure of the founder and

  • * British History Online * *

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    The Diary of Thomas Burton, 6 March 1656-7, 06 March 1657-06 March 1657

    connected with its proceedings. The article which will occupy the four following pages, I copied verbatim , at the British Museum , from the volume of MS., described supra , p. 370, note † . After every examination in my

    Marginal references

    (Queen of Scots), 1568 87 MS. All others to the British Museum Collections. C.P., Vols. I. IV. State Papers (Scotland), MS. Volumes. Nos. of Text. Numbers of Vol. I. (1547 63). Reigns. Nos. 1 117 Correspond to the Documents of. Subscribers-only content

    Introduction, The documents

    which still survives concerning the revived Spanish Company of 1604 6. The Register Book, now in the British Museum, is a folio volume written in a large, clear hand, with only a few corrections. Its first entry is for 16

    Manual references explained

    Add. MSS., i.e ., Additional MSS., British Museum. Cott. Calig., " Cottonian MSS. Caligula, do. Eg. MSS., " Egerton MSS., do. Harl. MSS., " Harleian MSS., do. Lansd. MSS., " Lansdowne MSS., do. F d., " Rymer's F dera. Sc. Subscribers-only content

    Table explaining numbers

    Scotland (Elizabeth)," public Record Office. C.P. Refer to "State Papers, Scotland (Mary, Queen of Scots)," Public Record Office. S.P. Dom. Eliz. Refer to the "State Papers, Domestic, Elizabeth," Public Record Office. All other Documents are preserved in the British Museum. Subscribers-only content

  • * Science in the Nineteenth-Century Periodical *

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    Anon, 'Royal Library', Wesleyan Methodist Magazine 3rd ser. 2 (1823) p.184

    Wesleyan Methodist Magazine 3rd ser. 2 (1823) 184 Royal Libr ary Anon U Introduction; Extract, Letter King George IV Libraries, Patronage British Museum

    Anon, '[2] A New Stalactite Cave', Academy 1 (1869–70) p.17–18

    Anon U Regular Feature, News-Digest [1 ] The Dragon of Lyme Regis Palaeontology, Geology William Buckland Richard Owen British Museum Buckland 1836 [2 ] A New Stalactite Cave Geology, Human Species [2 ] 13 November 1869 General Literature and Art

    Anon, 'Punch's Table-Talk', Punch 50 (1866) p.49

    Punch 50 (1866) 49 Punch's Table-Talk [15/16 ] Anon U Serial, Notes, Drollery Zoology, Extinction, Representation, Railways, Medical Treatment, Medical Practitioners, Accidents Includes the claim that Richard Owen has obtained bones of the dodo 'which enable him to say

    Anon, 'Ditties for Donkey-Easters', Punch 35 (1858) p.171

    Geography Considers it as likely that the Paris-based society for donkey eating ('a sort of Cannibal Society for Eating Ass-flesh') will become popular, as that 'the Comet's tail' will be 'deposited in the British Museum '. 903 30 October 1858

    Anon, '[4] Pangenesis', Academy 2 (1870–71) p.268–69

    Reproductive Capsules Invertebrate Zoology, Sex, Discovery John Hopkinson [2 ] The Zoological Collection of the British Museum Museums, Architecture, Display, Invertebrate Zoology British Museum [3 ] Stone Implements in Cuba Archaeology, Palaeontology, Human Species, Controversy [4 ] Pangenesis Breeding, Experiment,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Gwnaeth :ddarganfyddiadau bynod. Cafodd dros 20,000 o gloddolion-aur, arian, pres, plwm, a llestri: priddion. Y mae Mr.' Newton, e'r British Museum, wedi eu gweled, acqy mae ei farn yn ffafriol iddynt. Y mae y-l)r wedi dweyd yn hyf, " Mi Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Doctor, tre yn y wied hon, yn gallu adnabod y soko wrth edrych ar y gorilla sydd yn y British Museum, tra yr hnerent fod y soko yn Hawn cymaint, ac hefyd yn hawn mor gryfed yn edrych a'r gorilla. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a roddasocb yn y rhifyn diweddaf fod y cynygiad a wnaed i gael awdurdod y Llywodraeth i agor y British Museum, a lleoedd o'r fath, ar ddydd yr Arglwydd, wedi ei wrthod gan fwyafrif o 142. Ond credwyf mai gofidus Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LLUNDAIN. AGOBIAD Y "JEWIN NEWYDD," CAPEL Y Li, Ba METHODISTIAID CALFINAIDD YN Y CITY. Ed (ODDIWRTH BIN GOHEBYDD NEILLDUOL.) Th Cyn dechreu ar ein gwaith o gofnodi y gweithred- dei iadau pellach ynglfai Ag agoriad y capel uchod, yr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ;GEKEDLAETHfoL.' Xid ydyw Cytuh amor belied ag y ddrm)-hy ynxhyt yn meddI llyMergell getredlaethol., -Y ma gan Prydain ei British Museum' gan:Piris ei Biblia theque National, a ohan Rhufain, 'erlin, Brussels, a Vienna, a Ilawer o ddintasoedd 1all en nidti Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    GRAY, Charles (1696-1782), of Holly Trees, Colchester.

    1755 Colchester 1761 1780 Ofifces Held Alderman, Colchester, 1734, recorder, Ipswich 1761-76; trustee of British Museum. Biography The son of a prosperous Colchester glazier, Gray acquired by marriage a substantial estate in Colchester, together with Colchester castle; practised successfully as

    CADOGAN, Hon. Charles Sloane (1728-1807), of Caversham, Oxon.

    the King’s gardens 1764-9; master of the mint 1769-84; clerk of the venison warrens 1769-78; Sloane trustee of the British Museum 1779-d. Biography Cadogan was returned on the interest of his father-in-law, Lord Montfort, for Cambridge, which he represented, with

    HARLEY, Edward, Lord Harley (1726-90).

    11 Apr. 1755 Ofifces Held Harleian trustee of British Museum 1755-d.; high steward, Hereford 1755-d.; ld. of the bedchamber to George III 1760-d.; ld lt. Rad. 1766-d. Biography In 1747 Harley was adopted as one of the Tory candidates for

    BURRELL, William (1732-96), of Deepdene, nr. Dorking, Surr. and West Grinstead Park, Suss.

    cases decided in them, 1766-74, were published in 1885. His collections for the history of Sussex[footnote] are in the British Museum, Add. 5670-5711. William Cole, the antiquary, described him as ‘an active, stirring man; a good antiquary’. ‘He is rather

    LONG, Charles (1760-1838), of Bromley Hill Place, Kent

    5 Oct. 1805; jt. paymaster-gen. Apr. 1807-Aug. 1817, paymaster-gen. Aug. 1817-July 1826. Ofifces Held Dir. Greenwich Hosp. 1799-1829; trustee, British Museum 1812-d., National Gallery 1824-d. Ofifces Held Lt.-col. commdt. Lewisham and Lee vols. 1803. Biography By 1820 Long was comfortably

  • * John Johnson Collection of Printed Ephemera * *

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    The British Museum

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    The British Museum or late Montague House

    [British Museum, Museums, Views] ^he^BritiihMUSEUM.or^lateMoiitagueHou^^ Subscribers-only content

    Egyptian Room, British Museum

    [British Museum, Museums, Views] EGYPTIAN ROOM, BRITISH MUSEUM, Subscribers-only content

    British Museum. Reading-Room

    The use of the Reading-Room is restricted to the purposes of study, reference, and research) [British Museum, Museums, Reading rooms, Regulations, reading room] BRITISH MUSEUM. BEADIItTG-ROOm. 1 . The use of the Reading-Room is restricted to the purposes? of study, Subscribers-only content

    British Museum. Reading-Room

    to the purposes of study, reference, and research) [British Museum, Museums, Reading rooms, Library rules and regulations, Regulations, reading room] t- o 1 ^i.-+ 5* ig-hoi i -o T) 2 3' r?* 0 1 =^ 2. ¦ 5 3 '1 Subscribers-only content

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    London, British Museum

    Place London, British Museum London, British Museum, England The British Museum expanded its holdings in the nineteenth century, and new buildings needed to be constructed. By 1857, the main quadrangular building and the Reading Room had been completed, and Queen

  • * British Museum Image Collection Database *

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    The Hall and Staircase. British Museum, 1808

    The Hall and Staircase. British Museum [interior] View of groups of figures on the staircase of the old British Museum, Montagu House, under ceiling decorated with paintings; light entering through arched windows at right. 1808Hand-coloured etching and aquatint

 

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