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Registrum Annalium Collegii Mertonensis, 1603
J. R. L. Highfield
November 18, 2006 by Oxfordshire Historical Society .
Written in English
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Free shipping for many products. Get this from a library. Registrum annalium Collegii Mertonensis, [J R L Highfield; Merton College.] -- Part of the series of "Merton Annals", this volume, dealing with the main part of the 17th-century, contains both a transcript of the (mainly Latin) register, and an introduction discussing college.
Full text of "Registrum Collegii er of the rectors, fellows, and other members on the foundation of Registrum Annalium Collegii Mertonensis college, Oxford.
With a history of the college and illustrative documents". This volume continues the series of Merton annals published by the Oxford Historical Society, beginning in This volume, dealing with the main part of the seventeenth century, contains both a transcript of the (mainly Latin) register, and a long int.
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Registrum Annalium Collegii MertonensisJ.R.L. Highfield, ed., The Boydell Press () The Boydell Press () Biographical information on members of both Merton and St Alban's Hall. John Roger Loxdale Highfield (14 February – 13 April ) was an English historian of medieval Europe and fellow of Merton College, University of : 14 February Volume XXV/1 of History of Universities contains the customary mix of learned articles, book reviews, and bibliographical information, which makes this publication such an indispensable tool for the historian of higher education.
Its contributions range widely geographically, chronologically, and in subject-matter. The volume is, as 1603 book, a lively combination of original research and. Formularies which Bear on the History of Oxford, c Vol. I: 1st of 2. 0 52 5. Registrum Annalium Collegii Mertonensis, Registrum Annalium Mertonensis S.
Walker and J. Munby. Registrum Collegii Exoniensis: Register of the Rectors, Fellows, and Other Members on the by Charles William Boase, Exeter College (University of Oxford)Pages: The copy found in Merton College’s Register is reprinted in Registrum Annalium Collegii Mertonensis –, ed.
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Registrum Annalium Collegii Mertonensis, – Edited by John M. Fletcher (Oxford Historical Society, N.S., xxiv). xxiv + Oxford: Clarendon Press (for. Book Description This register, compiled in the thirteenth century, was considered one of the most important early documents from Salisbury and contains texts relating to, or used by, St Osmund.
This two-volume edition was published between and Author: W. Rich Jones. Edinburgh: Bannatyne Club,Book 4 p., xlviii, 5, iii-xxiv,xl p., 2 plates: double map, facs (part fold) ; 28 cm. The Register of the Bihopric of Moray, Scotland. Measure 8 1/2 X 10 3/4 X 2 1/4 inches. Preface is in English, most of book is in LatinAuthor: Cosmo Innes.
Fletcher, John M. Registrum Annalium Collegii Mertonensis — Edited by J. Fletcher. Oxford: Clarendon Press for the Oxford Historical Society, xxiv + pp. 22 cm. (OxfordAuthor: Sarah Newton. College Registers, 2 vols. – ('Records' ,3): business of the governing body, incl.
granting of leases; the text to has been edited as Registrum Annalium Collegii Mertonensis by H. Salter (Oxf. Hist. Soc. 76, ) and John M. Fletcher (Oxf. Hist. Soc. n.s. 23–4, and ); there is a MS index to the later contents of.
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Registrum annalium collegii Mertonensis by John M. Fletcher. Registrum annalium collegii Mertonensis by John M. Fletcher (p. ) Minute Book of the Men's Meeting of the Society of Friends in Bristol, by Russell Mortimer. The book contains hardly any speculation, and Greaves therefore cannot be recruited into the later occult tradition of “pyramidology.” Highland, J.
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For a particularly interesting connection to the Earl of Essex, a copy of the oration is also included in Merton's Register, and Henry Savile, a prominent figure in. Perhaps this is not too surprising, since these were the most notable, and important, buildings at the time.
The effects on houses are often only hinted at, as in the passage from Fleming () already quoted, and the remark of Wood (), quoting from Registrum Annalium Collegii Mertonensis (Fletcher, ), that "the foundations of houses Cited by: To Mauricius Augustus.
Gregory to Mauricius, etc. Our most pious and God-appointed lord, among his other august cares and burdens, watches also in the uprightness of spiritual zeal over the preservation of peace among the priesthood, inasmuch as he piously and truly considers that no one can govern earthly things aright unless he knows how to deal with divine things, and that the peace of the.
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Vetus Registrum Sarisberiense Alias Dictum Registrum S. Osmundi Episcopi The register of St Osmund (d. ), compiled in the thirteenth century, contains documents collected during his earlier episcopacy at Sarum (now Salisbury).
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Seven surviving photographs of the gospel book, which was last held in Aschaffenburg and whose whereabouts are unknown, reveal little variation in the depiction of the. This is the first book and part of the second book of the original Latin text written c. by Saint Adamnan (c. Columba (), known in Gaelic as Colum Cille, was to Scotland as Saint Patrick was to Ireland, more or less.
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