Calendar of the Carew Manuscripts, Preserved in the Archiepiscopal Library at Lambeth ...: 1601-1603
Longman, Green, Reader, & Dyer, 1870 - Ireland
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Addressed army arrived assure camp Captain castle cause CECIL to SIR charge chief command companies Connaught Copy Cork Cormock Court Deputy and Council desire Desmond despatch divers doth doubt Dublin Earl of Desmond Earl of Thomond Edited Endd Endorsed by Carew enemy England English Exchange favour foot forces garrisons give hand hath Henry VIII hither honour hope horse Ireland Irish King kingdom Kinsale lands late Leinster letter LORD DEPUTY MOUNTJOY Lord President Lymericke Majesty Majesty's March merchants MOUNTJOY to SIR munition Munster night O'Donnell officers opinion ordnance pray present PRIVY COUNCIL province Queen realm reason rebellion rebels received ships SIEGE of KINSALE Signed SIR G SIR GEORGE CAREW Sir Henry Sir John SIR ROBERT CECIL soldiers Spain Spaniards Spanish sterling taken things town traitors Tyrone Ulster unto your Lordship victuals Waterford wherein whereof write
Page 6 - Appendix contains several illustrat;-">. documents connected with the previous narrative. 17. BRUT Y TYWYSOGION ; or, The Chronicle of the Princes of Wales. Edited by the Rev. JOHN WILLIAMS AB ITHEL, MA 1860. This work, also known as " The Chronicle of the Princes of Wales," has been attributed to Caradoc of Llancarvan, who flourished about the middle of the twelfth century.
Page 4 - CANTUARIENSIS, by THOMAS OF ELMHAM, formerly Monk and Treasurer of that Foundation. Edited by CHARLES HARDWICK, MA, Fellow of St. Catharine's Hall, and Christian Advocate in the University of Cambridge.
Page 571 - II., the Scottish Series, of the Reign of Elizabeth, 1589-1603 ; an Appendix to the Scottish Series, 1543-1592; and the State Papers relating to Mary Queen of Scots during her Detention in England, 1568-1587.
Page 10 - Egwin, about 690, to the year 1418. Its chief feature is an autobiography, which makes us acquainted with the inner daily life of a great abbey, such as but rarely has been recorded.
Page 9 - In the first two volumes is a History of England, from the death of Henry III. to the death of Henry V., by Thomas Walsingham, Precentor of St. Albans, from MS.
Page 3 - Westmonasterinm requiescit. Edited by HENRY RICHARDS LUARD, MA, Fellow and Assistant Tutor of Trinity College, Cambridge. 1858. The first is a poem in Norman French...
Page 21 - HISTORICAL NOTES RELATIVE TO THE HISTORY OF ENGLAND ; from the Accession of Henry VIII. to the Death of Queen Anne (1509 — 1714). Designed as a Book of instant Reference for ascertaining the Dates of Events mentioned in History and Manuscripts. The Name of every Person and Event mentioned in History within the above period is placed in Alphabetical and Chronological Order, and.
Page 24 - FAC-SIMILES OF NATIONAL MANUSCRIPTS, from WILLIAM THE CONQUEROR to QUEEN ANNE, selected under the direction of the Master of the Rolls and Photozincographed, by Command of Her Majesty, by Colonel Sir HENRY JAMES, RE, FRS, DIRECTOR-GENERAL of the ORDNANCE SURVEY, and edited by \V. BASEVI SANDERS, an Assistant Record Keeper. Price, each Part, with translations and notes, double foolscap folio, 16«.
Page 3 - None of these have been before printed. 5. FASCICULI ZIZANIORUM MAGISTRI JOHANNIS' WYCLIF CUM TRITICO. Ascribed to THOMAS NETTER, of WALDEN, Provincial of the Carmelite Order in England, and Confessor to King Henry the Fifth. Edited by the Rev. WW SHIRLEY, MA, Tutor and late Fellow of Wadhain College, Oxford.
Page 2 - ... ancient chronicles and memorials of the United Kingdom, and it was adopted accordingly. In selecting these works, it was considered right, in the first instance, to give preference to those of which the manuscripts were unique, or the materials of which would help to fill up blanks in English history for which no satisfactory and authentic information hitherto existed in any accessible form.