2 edition of Third Book of Remembrance of Southampton, 1514-1602. found in the catalog.
Third Book of Remembrance of Southampton, 1514-1602.
|Statement||edited by A.L. Merson.|
|Series||Southampton Records Series -- Vol.3|
|Contributions||Merson, A. L.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||200|
Third Remembrance Book. See T.B. James (ed.), The Third Book of Remembrance of Southampton , Southampton Record Series, , - SC15/ draft petitions to be made to the Council for the relief of Southampton, involving landing of trade at Southampton,?mid sixteenth century. - SC5/4/ University of Southampton. Oilthigh Southampton VIAF ID: (Corporate) Permalink:
Southampton in and the Mayflower: an exhibition of documents by the Southampton City Record Office to celebrate the th anniversary of the sailing of the Mayflower from Southampton in , held in the Maritime Museum, Southampton, July-September, Author Southampton (England). Record Office. Published A.L. Merson (ed.), The Third Book of Remembrance of Southampton , 4 volumes (Southampton Records Series, ). Ad Meskens, ‘Michiel Coignet’s nautical Instruction’, Mariner’s Mirror, 78 (), A.M. Millard, Records of the Worshipful Company of Carpenters, VII, Wardens’ Account Book (London, ).
JAMES AND MERSON - The Third Book Of Remembrance Of Southampton - Volume IV (4) - JAMES, P.D. - Devices And Desires JAMES, D.G. - The Romantic Comedy JAMES, LOUIS - Print And The People JAMES, T.G.H. - An Introduction To Ancient Egypt. ‘The Corporation of Southampton: Letters and Loose Memoranda’, in Historical Manuscripts Commission, Eleventh Report, Appendix, Part III: The Manuscripts of the Corporations of Southampton and King’s Lynn (London, ), ; The Third Book of Remembrance of Southampton, –, i, –, ed. A. L. Merson (Southampton Cited by: 7.
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Southampton (England). Third book of remembrance of Southampton, Southampton, The University, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors 1514-1602. book Contributors: A L Merson; T B James; Southampton (England). The Third Book of Remembrance of Southampton, – Vol. III, – Edited by A.
Merson. Southampton: The University Press, Pp. xxi, £2 Author: Edward Miller. The third book of remembrance of Southampton,Vol. III.Southampton Records Series, 8 () Welch, E., Southampton maps from Elizabethan times: an introduction to 24 facsimiles. No Jacket. First Thus. Hardback. The Third Book of Remembrance of Southampton.
Volume I (). Slight foxing to top edge. Blue cloth with gilt lettering. The text of this volume reproduces the first 45 folios of a manuscript book belonging to Southampton Corporation and now kept in the Civic Centre in the custody of the Town Clerk. Southampton (England), 9 books June Tate, 7 books Barry N.
Third Book of Remembrance of Southampton, 6 books Southampton (England). Port Health Authority, 5 books Patterson, A. Temple, 3 books T. James, 3 books Hampshire County Library., 2 books Alfred Temple Patterson, 2 books Southampton, Eng.
Record Office., 2 books Colin Platt, 2 books David Alban Hinton, 2. The Expansion of Elizabethan England. By A. Rowse. New York: St. Martin's Press, Pp. xiii, 27 plates. $Elizabethan Copper: The History of the Author: Syliva Thrupp.
The third book of remembrance of Southampton, by Southampton (England) (Book) 6 editions published between and in English and. The Third Book of Remembrance of Southampton Vol. II (). (Southampton Records Series. Vol. III. I 25s.) There are three series of Remembrance Books extant at Southampton.
The first, edited by H. Gidden, is already in print; the second still awaits its editor; the third, to be published in three volumes, has now reached. - The Southampton Mayor's book - - The Third book of remembrance of Southampton - Volume IV ( - ) - Faculty office registers - A Calendar of the first two registers of the Archbishop of Canterbury's faculty office, edited with an introduction by D S Chambers.
early modern: the third book of remembrance of southampton – vol. edited by t. james. early modern: the reign of mary tudor: politics, government, and religion in england – by d. loades. early modern: philip ii. by geoffrey parker. early modern: the huguenot struggle for recognition. by n. sutherland.
The following istaken from "The Third Book of Remembrance of Southamptonvolume IV" - ' John Parker, burgesswas a merchant and blacksmith who lived in St Michael's with St John ward from cbut moved to St Lawrence'sinhis former place being taken over by Henry Parker, blacksmith.
For an example of Spinola's business interests in Southampton, see Merson, A. (ed.), The Third Book of Remembrance of Southampton, (Southampton, ), II, n.
The draft list with the names of the investors dated March 3,can be found in BM, Lansdowne Manuscripts, VI, ff. and f. A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the : Asma Ounnas.
Transcription from The Third Book of Remembrance of Southampton edited by 22(?) May The xxii th of May A o Andro Monamy came before Mr. John Crooke mayor, Mr. William Stavely, Nicholas Caplin & William Jefferis, & confesyd that in Marche laste he had sold unto Nicholas Whitoke xi fardells of canvas & taken his oblygacion for the.
The Expansion of Elizabethan England by A. Rowse; Elizabethan Copper: The History of the Company of Mines Royal, by M. Donald; The Third Book of Remembrance of Southampton, Vol.
II, by A. Merson (pp. The Southampton Burgess Book of the Sixteenth Century. By the Tudor period, a sophisticated town administration had developed in Southampton with the mayor and his assistants at its core.
These men, responsible for both trade and government, were drawn from the burgess group as admission to the burgesship was a prerequisite for election to municipal office. Le Relazioni Diplomatiche fra il Regno di Sardegna e la Gran Bretagna. Third Series, – Volume III (1 Gennaio –28 Febbraio ); Volume IV (1 Marzo –3 Novembre ).
The electronic version of this book has been prepared by scanning Group IV TIFF dpi images of the pages of the book as a part of work done by ULS staff and students in / Scanning was Author: Jacey Heldrich. St Lawrence's Cross A stone cross that stood on the High Street immediately in front of St.
Lawrence's Church door and around which a market for butter, eggs, etc was held. The market was removed in to the Audit House at Holyrood Church, as the St Lawrence site offered no protection from the weather and the market annoyed worshippers in.
The third book of remembrance of Southampton, A true copy of the poll, for the election of two burgesses to serve in Parliament, for the town and county of Southampton: Taken at the Guild-Hall of the said town, on Friday the 3d day of July, ; and thence adjourn'd to the old Proclamation-House.
The Third Book of Remembrance of Southampton, – Vol. III, – Edited by A. L. Merson. Southampton: The University Press, Author: Edward Miller.The Third Book of Remembrance of Southampton, – (Southampton: The University, –), 4 vols.
Jobson, Richard, The Golden Trade: Or, A Discovery of the River Gambra, and the Golden Trade of the Aethiopians (London: Nicholas Okes, ).Quarr John Mill.
John Mill, Town Clerk of Southampton from and Recorder from 1 Rich merchant in shipping and brewing became bailiff and receiver for Newnham, the manor of Arreton, the tithes of Arreton Church, the manors of Shalcombe, Luccombe and Hamstead with stipends amounting in all to £5 paying over his receipts to Sir Richard Paulet.
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