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rt on the manuscripts of F. W. Leybourne-Popham of Littlecote, Co. Wilts..
|Contributions||Leybourne-Popham, F. W., Great Britain. Royal Commission on Historical Manuscripots.|
Born in Hunstrete, Somerset, UK on 6 Sep to Edward William Leybourne Popham and Elizabeth Andrew. Edward William Leyborne Popham passed away on 24 Jan in Littlecote Place Of Birth: Hunstrete, Somerset, UK. Compositors' names and gathering-signatures (in red pencil) show that the manuscript was used as printers' copy; the signatures (see 33 d on f. 27, 48 e on f. 43, and 65 f on f. 58), however, indicate that it was not used for the text of the Library Edition published posthumously in (vol. xxii), its first recorded publication, but point to.
EARLY MUSIC. Part 2: Music Manuscripts, , from the National Library of Scotland REEL 1. Adv. Ms. The Scone Choir Book, first half of 16th century. File:Colonel Alexander Popham, of Littlecote, Wiltshire, by Abraham Staphorst (circa ).jpg.
1p., 4to, giving a list of the Provisional Committee and setting out the proposals, conjoint leaf with application form for Shares. On verso of the first page is a manuscript note of six subscriptions, including The Rt. Hon. Lord Polvarth with 40 Shares (£). Folds. 29th January £ Satanstoe, or the Littlepage Manuscripts: A Tale of the Colony. by James Fenimore Cooper. 30 Ratings 3 Reviews published 80 editionsAuthor: James Fenimore Cooper.
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Wilts. [Francis William Leyborne-Popham; Edward Popham; William Clarke, Sir; George Clarke; John Collins; S C Lomas; Great Britain. Royal Commission on Historical Manuscripts.]. POPHAM, Edward (?), of Littlecote, Wilts. Published in The History of Parliament: the House of Commonsed.
Sedgwick, Available from Boydell and Brewer. Published in The History of Parliament: the House of Commonsed.
Hayton, E. Cruickshanks, S. Handley, Available from Boydell and Brewer. Also of note are two contrasting manuscripts of a glossed Gospel from the twelfth century, one from Italy, and the other from England, possibly the West Country.
From a later date, but also interesting from the point of view of its fine pen-flourishing is a Spanish fifteenth-century copy of the letters of. Family and Education. c, o. of Sir Francis Popham† of Littlecote Park by Helena, da. and h. of Hugh Rogers of Cannington, Som.
educ. travelled abroad. The reign of James I brought another important acquisition of medieval manuscripts into the Old Royal library and a creation of a new library space. In the King granted his oldest son, Henry Frederic (b.d.
), the palace of St James for his residence. The young Prince was a committed. Sir John Popham bought the reversion of Littlecote, and succeeded to it in ; he built the present Elizabethan brick mansion, which was completed in James I, Charles II, and William of Orange stayed there, William on his march from Torbay to London in the Glorious 's descendants, the Pophams and (from ) the Leyborne Pophams owned the house until the ectural style: Elizabethan mansion.
Escheator, Hants and Wilts. 7 Nov. Nov. Sheriff, Wilts. 1 Dec. Nov. Biography. From his father, a member of an old Wiltshire family, Calston inherited the manor of Littlecote, along with the advowson of the chapel and annual rents of £10 from property in Ebbesbourne Wake and Little Durnford.
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BBC Wiltshire website, Broadcasting House, Prospect Place, Swindon, Wilts, SN1 3RW Telephone: | e-mail: [email protected] T. Hanson, 'Edwards of Halifax, bookbinders', Book Handbook 1 (/51) Harding, Walter Newton Henry, Born in London and retained British nationality, but lived in Chicago and pursued a career as a music-hall pianist and cinema organist.
Apogee: top In the following year,a dramatic change took place in Burney’s pattern of collecting. At the sale of the manuscripts of John Towneley, Burney made not only his most famous purchase, the Townley Homer (), but also began paying prices the like of which he had never approached before this gh limited to four purchases, Burney now spent a total of £.
A considerable number of Clarke’s papers are now in the possession of Mr. F. W. Leyborne-Popham, of Littlecote, Wilts, and a few of these were printed by his permission in the second volume of this series of Clarke Papers (ii.).Manuscript of the Revd Robert King The Little Red Book of the Holy Catholic Church in Ireland (Dublin ).
46 ff 11 GRAVES, James () Treasurer of St Canice's Cathedral, Kilkenny, Notes, mostly extracted from the Irish memoranda and plea rolls, by the Revd James Graves rel.
mainly to the medieval diocese of Ossory. 3 volsFile Size: 1MB.Manuscript, 29 lines, with docket title as above, to authorise a survey to be made of Whitsand Bay, and Por-de-nac Point near Lands End and an Estimate of the charge of making an Harbour and Lighthouse there. Manuscript, 1p., folio, traces of folds, paper browned, light grey spotting in bottom half of sheet, not affecting legibility.