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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The Bodleian library

    (Cf. Letters Bodley to James , 199, n. 2.) Hanson, 260. ' Sir Henry Sauiles is to me, as the iudgement of a mason', Letters Bodley to James , 210. Letters Bodley to University , 6. Letters Bodley to James

    Editorial note

    M. Jones ; Mr. K. B. McFarlane; the Revd. R. L. P. Milburn ; Mr. J. N. L. Myres , Bodley 's Librarian; Mr. W. A. Pantin ; Mr. R. L. Rickard ; Mr. A. L. Rowse ; Mr. Lawrence

    Editorial note

    the preamble to the list of illustrations, but it is right to offer here special thanks for wide-ranging help from Bodley 's Librarian and the staff of the Bodleian Library, the Oxfordshire County Archivist and her staff, the Librarian and

    Oxfordshire V.C.H. committee

    , Esq., d.litt. 2 Miss K. Major, Principal of St. Hilda's Colleg e 2 J. N. L. Myres , Esq., Bodley 's Librarian 2 Sir Michael Oppenheimer , Bt. 2 R. B. Pugh , Esq., Editor, Victoria History of the

    Editorial note

    others are named in the preamble to the lists of illustrations and maps, but special thanks are rendered here to Bodley 's Librarian and the staff of the Bodleian Library, to the Oxfordshire County Archivist and his staff, the Oxfordshire

  • * British History Online *

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    DESPOTINE, Jasper or Gaspar

    Address Bury St Edmunds c.1640 Other notes Unlicensed, but summoned in error 1632. Warned. Raach p.205 (Letters of Denization XVIII.24; Bodley, Tanner MSS). Censorial hearings 2 Nov 1631 Entry D in list of 'practitioners without licence to bee convented'. Attitude

    Elizabeth, June 1589, 16-20, 16 June 1589-20 June 1589

    20 [June 16. ] The Privy Council to Bodley. 1 Her Majesty finds that the Commissioners lately sent over by the States General have, contrary to her expectation, no authority to deal in any matters of weight, such as the

    HOBS, Thomas

    St Michael Queenhithe Ward Queenhithe Date 1600 Censorial hearings 8 March 1588 Entry H, formerly the servant of Pumfret and Bodley, confessed that he had given pulvis sanctus to Tom (or Tan?) Field. He asked for mercy and was treated

    Index, U, 01 January 1589-31 July 1589

    to send deputies, 155; sends them, 157; Bodley offered to aid, 155; Willoughby offered to aid, 169; asks Bodley to go thither, 194; revokes this, 195; account of dealings with the town, 206; Bodley to deal with, about it, 213.

    Index, O, 01 January 1589-31 July 1589

    to, 11, 114. Bodley meets, 11; Bodley confers about oath with, 31; Bodley's opinion of, 51; wrote States' reply to Bodley, 79, 116; Bodley's proposals about, referred to, 116; Bodley cannot win over, 117; overtures to Bodley by, 218 9.

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BODLEY, Thomas (1545-1613), of London.

    merchant of Exeter, where Bodley was born. After Mary’s accession, the family (of known protestant views) went into exile, first to Wesel, then to Frankfurt and finally to Geneva, where, at the age of twelve, Bodley heard lectures by Anthony

    COTTON, Robert Bruce (1571-1631), of London and Connington, Hunts.

    COTTON, Robert Bruce (1571-1631), of London and Connington, Hunts. Constituency Dates Newtown IoW 1601 Huntingdonshire 1604 Old Sarum 1624 Thetford 1625 Castle Rising 1628 Ofifces Held Member, Antiq. Soc. c. 1591; j.p. Hunts. 1601. Biography Cotton’s parliamentary career belongs

    LYTTON, Rowland (1562-1616), of Knebworth, Herts.

    and the subsidy (15 Nov.).[footnote]Lytton’s house at Knebworth became the centre of a group of scholars, such as (Sir) Thomas Bodley, William Camden and (Sir) Henry Savile II, and of promising young diplomats and politicians who formed a protestant, anti-Spanish

    MORTON, George (b.c.1540), of East Stour, Chilham, Kent.

    year, it is a fair assumption that this was the same man who certainly was returned in 1584 after Thomas Bodley had preferred Portsmouth. By this time Morton had been able to buy (how does not appear) the East Stour

    GREYNDORE, Sir John (c.1356-1416), of Abenhall, Glos.

    1404-Nov. 1413. Ofifces Held Steward of Usk and Caerleon 29 Mar. 1406-aft. 1413, of Monmouth 11 Jan. 1412-d. , of Bodley and Minsterworth, Glos. Dec. 1413-June 1416. Ofifces Held Justice itinerant, S. Wales 1415. Biography Sir John Greyndore was a

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Co. Edinburgh; Heltershead and Ca. fanshestter. Anothe. nriesj Company, Glsogew; Baimeo and Ca. Lovarpeoal ielton and Co. York; Mander rand Bodley, Welverhaonsaa.uri Agenxts ir every T,"owln Xinte Untlrite d~u ltngono.eea W b& :== r LAZENBY and SON, having numerous . Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    her affections, to those she loved.' These words accompany the copy of a carefully treasured letter he sends his friend Bodley :-' written by my Dear Mother, who is now in Heaven, and wthom I hope one day to join.' Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    TOWN AND COUNTRY TALK. Dr Bandinell, Bodley's Librarian at Oxford, will resign his office' on the 29th of this month. It is intended by the University to grant, in addition to the pension to which he is by statute Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    TOWN AND COUNTRY TALK. It is said that the vacant space at the end of Cannon street in bt Paul's churchyard, is to be appropriately occupied by a statue of Sir Christopher Wren, with the motto of C' ircumspice." Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    VI. had destroyed, without examination, all DMSS. of Roman Catholic tendency, and left the remainder for public depre- dation. Thomas Bodley, once an undergraduate at Magdalen College, afterwards engaged on diplomatic service, but "' concluding at last to set up Subscribers-only content


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