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1 SUMMARY CATALOGUE OF MANUSCRIPTS IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY RELATING TO THE CITY, COUNTY, AND UNIVERSITY OF OXFORD ACCESSIONS FROM 1916 TO 1962

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3 SUMMARY CATALOGUE OF MANUSCRIPTS IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY RELATING TO THE CITY COUNTY AND UNIVERSITY OF OXFORD ACCESSIONS FROM 1916 TO 1962 By P. S. SPOKES BODLEIAN LIBRARY OXFORD 1964

4 THIS VOLUME IS ALSO ISSUED BY THE OXFORD HISTORICAL SOCIETY AS NEW SERIES, VOL. XVII Bodleian Library, Oxford, I964 PRINTED IN GREAT BRITAIN

5 PREFACE THE formation of a collection of manuscripts relating to the City, County, and University of Oxford under the name of MSS. Topographical Oxfordshire (MSS. Top. Oxon.) goes back to The contents of the collection up to 1890 were described in vol. V of the Summary Catalogue, and from then onwards to 1915 in vol. VI. The plan of these volumes was to describe the collections in chronological order of accession. Thus the descriptions of MSS. Top. Oxon. have to be looked for under each year and were not collected together. The First World War made impossible the continuance of the publication of a catalogue of accessions year by ycar, and it has seemed sensible to describe all the accessions of MSS. Top. Oxon. from 1916 onwards together in one volume. The contents of the volumes speak for themselves, but it may be useful to add some brief notes on the more important individual collectors: MORRELL. Members of this family have played an active part in the affairs both of the City and of the University since the foundation of the firm of solicitors, Morrell, Biddle, and Hawkins (now Morrell, Peel, and Gamlen) in The two collectors of books and manuscripts relating to local affairs were Frederick Joseph Morrell (18II-82), solicitor to the University and clerk to the Local Board, and his son Frederick Parker Morrell ( ), registrar of the Chancellor's Court in the University, clerk to the Local Board, and Mayor of Oxford (1899). They were both of Broughton Grange and of Black Hall, Oxford. The manuscripts from this collection were bought at the sale held on 28 April 1925 by the executors of the widow of F. P. Morrell. In the same year members of the family joined together to give the records of the Oxford Companies and Trade Guilds, which had come into the possession of F. P. Morrell. MANNING. Percy Manning ( ) was a member of New College who, after taking his degree, settled in Oxford and devoted himself to archaeological and historical research. He bequeathed his collection of printed books, manuscripts, prints, drawings, and maps relating to the University, City, and County of Oxford to the

6 vi PREFACE Library in His most original contribution was the set of ordnance survey maps on which he marked archaeological sites; these maps were transferred to the Ashmolean Museum in 1919 where they have been constantly in use and kept up to date. His survey of archaeological material was completed up to the end of 1921 and published by E. T. Leeds in Archaeologia, lxxi (1920-1), A brief memoir of Manning by H. E. Salter was printed in Surveys and Tokens (O.H.S., lxxv 1920), pp. 85 f., as an introduction to Manning's article on 'Sport and pastime in Stuart Oxford' (ibid ). MADAN. In 1917 Falconer Madan ( ), then Bodley's Librarian, gave 'forty-eight MSS. mainly connected with Oxford'. So runs the laconic entry in the Annual Report of the Library for that year. But it deserves some proininence since it includes the fundamental collection of Oxford prize poems and essays, and the well-known Hawksmoor drawing of his proposed new university buildings. MSS. Top. Oxon. also include the work of local historians. The three most important in this volume are: W. J. OLDFIELD. Canon Oldfield ( ) came to Oxford diocese in 1905 after serving abroad and in Lincolnshire. He was vicar of Culham from 19II to 1917 and of Shipton under Wychwood from 1917 to 1919 before he retired to Abingdon. He sorted and arranged the Buckinghamshire archdeaconry records and the earlier Oxford diocesan records. He compiled a series of indispensable indexes and calendars of these and othedocal ecclesiastical papers. His 'Clerus' is a complete index of all references to clergy in the Oxford bishops' registers from 1542 to He also sorted and calendared the Oxfordshire Quarter Sessions rolls from 1687 to 1830; this calendar was transferred to the County Record Office in 1935, but the Library now has a typescript copy of it. He wrote an agreeable clear hand and his work is remarkable for its thoroughness and accuracy. H. E. SALTER ( ). His collections are described in a special section, below, pp On his work there is no need to say more than to refer the reader to the memoir by W. A. Pantin in Proceedings of the British Academy xl (1954), and reprinted in O.H.S., N.S. xiv, pp. xi-xxxii.

7 PREFACE H. MINN. His collections are also described by themselves, but only in part, since they did not reach the Library until the present volume was in the press. Henry Minn's (I87crI96I) great service to the study of local history was the formation of a photographic record of the older parts of the city. A notice of him will be found in Bodleian Library Record vii The catalogue is the work of Mr. P. S. Spokes. He has been assisted by members of the staff of the Department of Western Manuscripts, especially by Dr. D. M. Barratt. He has also received much help in checking the index from Miss M. Wheeler. R. W. HUNT vii..

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9 CONTENTS PREFACE CONSPECTUS OF SHELF-MARKS NOTE ON SHELF-MARKS v xi xiii CATALOGUE Notes and collections of H. E. Salter 121 Bertie papers 136 Topographical collections of H. Minn 141 Records of Oxford Companies and Trade Guilds 142 GENERAL INDEX I~ INDEX OF OWNERS AND DONORS 203

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11 CONSPECTUS OF SHELF-MARKS THE shelf-mark is given in heavy type, followed by the page number in the present catalogue. For the earlier numbers in the series see Summary Catalogue, i MSS. Maps Berkshire (Berks.) a. 8 (R) (p. 135). Oxfordshire (Oxon.) (p. 134). Staffordshire a. I (R) (p. 135). b. I (S.C. 369II) (p. 135). MSS. Morrell I (p. 145), 2-5 (p. 142), 6-7 (p. 143), 8-c) (p. 144), IO-Ia (p. 142), I3-IS (p. 143), I6-I8 (p. 144), I9 (p. 145), 20 (p. 143), :U-2Z (p. 144), Z3-24 (p. 143), zs (p. 144). MSS. Topography (Top.) Berkshire (Berks.) a. 5 (p. 139). b. IZ (p. 139), b. I6-39 (p. 139). c. ZI-ZZ (p. 140). c. Z7 (p. 135), c (p. 139), c (p. 140), c. 46 (p. I3j). '+ d. zs-z6 (p. 140). ecclesiastical (eccl.) c. IO (p. 135). MSS. Top. Oxon. a. Ig-2I (p. 1), a. zz (R) (p. 2), a (p. 2), a. 25 (Now Gough Adds. Oxon. a. 8), a. 2M7 (R) (p. 2), a. z8-z9 (p. 3), a. 30 (R) (p. 3), a. 3I-33 (p. 3), a. 34 (R) (p. 4), a (p. 4), a. 4I (R) (p.4),a.4z (p. 4),a (R) (p.4),a.45 (R) (P.I3I),a.46-47(P. 136), a. 48 (p. 5), a (R) (p. 6), a. SI-54 (R) (p. 125), a (R) (p. 126), a. 6I (p. 6), a. 6z (R) (p. 6), a (p. 7), a. 70 (p. 58). MSS. Top. Oxon. b. 4Z (p. 7), b.43-8i (See S.C. I, p. 43), b. 82 (p. 7), b (p. 8), b (p. 1), b. 94 = a. 21, p. 1, b. 9S-Ioo (Vacant), b. IOI (p. 9), b. Ioa (olim c. 41) (S.C ), b. I03 (p. 9), b. I04-9 (p. 9), b. no-u (p. 9), b. U2 (p. 10), b. U3-I7 (p. II), b. u8 (p. 12), b. U9 (Transferred to Oxon. County Record Office), b. IZO (p. 12), b. IaI (p. 139), b. IaZ (p. 12), b. I23-4 (p. 13), b. IaS-6 (p. 14), b. Ia7 (S.C ), b. Iz8 (p. 14), b. I29-39 (p. 14), b. I40-63 (p. IS), b. I64-8 (p. 16), b. I6g-?O (p. 17), b. I7I-S (p. 18), b. I76 (R) (p. 18), b. I77 (p. 139), b. I78-83 (p. 136), b. I84-93 (p. 137), b. I94 (Now MS. Top. Berks b. 38), b. I9S (Now MS. Top. Berks b. 39), b. I96 (p. 1Yl), b. I97-9 (p. 136), b. 2OG-IS (p. 137), b. :u6 (p. 138), b. 2I7-I8 (p. 19), b. ZI9 (R) (p. 19) b. 220 (p. 19), b. 22I-2 (p. 20), b. 223 (p. 122), b. 224 (p. 20), b. zzs-6 (R) (p. 126),'b. 2Z7-4O (R) (p. 127), b. 24I-7 (R) (p. 128), b. 248 (p. 20), b. 249 (p. 21), b (p. 22). MSS. Top. Oxon. c (p. 131), c. z08 (S.C ), c.209 (p. Z2), c. ZIo-I6 (p. 23), c. ZI7-I8 (p. 26), C. ZIg-20 (p. 27), c. ZZI-7 (p. 28),,? zz8-30 (p. 29), c. Z3I-4 (p. 30), c. z3s-6 (p. 31), c. Z37-44 (p. 32),!

12 xii CONSPECTUS OF SHELF- MARKS c. 245 (pp. 33 and 131), c (p. 33), c (p. 34), c (p. 35), c. 265 (P' 36), c. 266 (p. 37), c. 267 (p. 9), C (p. 37), c (p. 38), c (p. 39), c (p. 40), c. 288 (Transferred to Oxon. County Record Office), c. 289(P. 13), c. 290 (p. 40), c (Transferred to Oxon. County Record Office), c (p. 41), c. 297 (p. 38), c (p. 41), C. 301 (R) (p. 42), C. 302 (p. 42), c. 303 (p. 38), c. 304 (Now MS. Facs. c. 2), c (p. 42), c. 309 (p. 43), C. 310 (S.C ), c. 3II-19 (p. 44), C (p. 15), c (p. 44), c (p. 47), c. 334 (p. 136), c (p. 48), c (p. 49), c. 346 (p. 49), c (p. 49), C (p. 50), c. 353 (p. 123), c (p. 50), c. 357 (p. 51), c. 358 (R) (p. 51), c. 359 (p. 51), c (R) (p. 51), c. 368 (p. 51), c (p. 52), c (p. 53), C. 381 (p. 136), C. 382 (p. 139), c. 383 (p. 137), c (p. 138), c. 389 (p. 139), C. 39Q-I (p. 54), C (p. 123), c (p. 124), c. 404 (p. 132), c (p. 54), c (p. 19), c. 409 (p. 54), c (p. 55), C (p. 121), c (p. 122), c. 436 (p. 134), c (p. 124), c. 446 (p. 134), c (p. 133), C (p. 55), C. 452 (p. 20), c (p. 56), c. 455 (p. 133), c (p. 122), c (R) (p. 128), c (R) (p. 129), C (p. 56), c (p. 57), c (p. 21), c. 479 (p. 57), c. 480 (p. 58), C. 481 (p. 21), c (p. 58), c (Reserved), c (p. 58), C. 5II-X2 (p. 59), c (R) (p. 59), c (p. 59), c. 517 = d. 477 (p. 94), c. 518 (p. 21), c. 519 (p. 59), C. 520 (p. 60). MSS. Top. Oxon. d.95/3 (p. 60), d (See S.C. I, p. 44), d (p.60), d (S.C ), d (p. 60), d (p. 61), d. 163 (p. 62), d (p. 63), d (p. 64), d (p. 65), d (p. 66), d (p. 33), d (Transferred to Printed Books), d (p. 67), d. 220 (p. 65), d (p. 33), d. 224 (p. 67), d (p. 68), d (p. 34), d (p. 68), d (p. 69), d (p. 69), d (p. 70), d. 244 (p. 71), d. 245 (p. 38), d. 246 (Vacant), d (p. 71), d (p. 72), d. 254 (In a. 31 fols ) (p. 3), d. 255 (p. 133), d. 256 (Now MS. Facs. d. 21), d (p. 72), d (Transferred to Oxon. County Record Office), d. 271 (p. 72), d (p. 73), d. 276 (S.C ), d. 277 (S.C ), d. 278 (p. 73),. d (p. 74), d (p. 75), d (p. 76), d. 292/1-7 (p. 76), d (Vacant), d (p. 76), d (p. 77), d (p. 78), d. 31I (Transferred to d. 292/4) (p. 76), d. 312 (p. 78), d. 313 = MS. Welsh d. 1, d. 314 (p. 78), d (p. 80), d. 327 (p. 81), d (p. 81), d (p. 49), d (p. 81), d (p. 82), d (p. 83), d (p. 84), d. 352 (p. 132), d (p. 84), d (p. 85), d (p. 53), d. 370-'7 (p. 86), d (p. 138), d (p. 86), d. 383 (p. 87), d. 384 (p. 124), d (p. 87), d. 387 (S.C ), d. 388 (R) (p. 87), d.389 (p. 87), d (p. 88), d. 397 = c. 413 (p. 55), d. 398 (p. 88), d (p. 89), d. 402 (Reserved), d. 403 (p. 89), d. 404 (p. 121), d (p. 122), d (p. 124), d. 410/1--% (p. 132), d. 410/3 (p. 133), d. 4II-13 (p. 89), d. 414 (p. 20), d.415 (p. 89), d %0 (p. 90), d (R) (p. 129), d (R)

13 CONSPECTUS OF SHELF-MARKS xiii (p. 130), d. 439 (p. 57), d. 440 (Reserved), d. 441 (p. 91), d. 442 (p. 91), d (p. 20), d (p. 91), d. 44cr55 (p. 91), d {po 92), d. 45lH) (p. 21), d. 460 (p. 145), d (p. 92), d x (p. 93), d (p. 94), d. 476 (p. 59), d. 477 (p. 94), d (p. 95), d. 48cr 509, (p. 141). MSS. Top. OXOD. e. x42-3 (p. 95), e. x44-57 (See S.C. I, p. 44), e (p. 96), e. x65-9 (p. 97), e. x70 (p. 98), e. 171 (Vacant), e. X72-5 (p. 98), e (p. 99), e. x84-'7 (p. 100), e. x8lh) (S.C ), e. x90-3 (p. 33), e. 194 (p. 34), e. x95-6 (p. 100), e (p. 95), e (p. 101), e (p. 71), e. 206-xo (p. 38), e. 2IX = c. 297 (p. 38), e. 212 (p. 38), e. 213 (p. 101), e (p. 102), e. 220 (p. 103). e. 221 (Now MS. Facs. c. 2), e. 222 (Now MS. Facs. d. 21), e (p. 103), e. 232 (p. 104), e. 233 (p. 104), e. 234 (S.C ). e (p. 104), e (p. IS), e (p. 16), e (p. 105), e (p. 106), e (p. 76), e. 269-'72 (p. 106), e. 273 (p. 132), e. 274 (p. 133), e (p. 107), e (p. 108), e (p. 109), e (p. 1I0), e. 291 (p. 53), e (p. 110), e. 294 (p. I II), e. 295 (p. 133), e (p. III), e. 299 (p. 136), e (p. 138), e (p. III), e (p. 125), e (p. 112), e (p. 122), e (p. 125), e (p. 131), e (p. 112), e. 343 (p. 20), e. 344 (p. 112), e (p. 113), e. 349 (p. 90), e. 350 (p. 113), e (R) (p. 130). e (R) (p. 131), e. 361 (p. 113), e (p. 21), e (p. 114), e. 36lH) (p. 115), e. 370 (p. 94), e (p. 115), e (p. 59), e (p. lis), e (p. 116), e. 381 (p. 117). e. 384 (p. 141). MSS. Top. OXOD. f (p. 117), f. 38 (p. 30), f. 39 (p. 117), f (p. 118), f (p. 119), f. 49 (p. 108), f (p. II9), f. 53 (p. 120), f. 54 (p. 125), f. 55 (p. 21), f (R) (p. 131), f. 60 (p. 93), f. 61 (p. 120). NOTES ON SHELF-MARKS THE fonn of shelf-mark used consists of three elements, the name of the collection (MS. Top. Oxon), a small letter indicating the size of the volume measured by its longer side, and a running number in each size. The size-divisions used are as follows: a, over 20 inches; b, inches; c, inches; d, 9-12 inches; e, 7-9 inches; f, 5-'7 inches. It should be noted that this system is only a rough guide to the size of a document where a volume is made up of loose papers of varying sizes bound up together, e.g. MSS. Top. Oxon. a. 48, b. 42, b. III.

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15 CATALOGUE MS. Top. Oxon. a. 19. Plans, elevations, and detail drawings of the New Schools at Oxford by Sir Thomas Graham Jackson, At fol. 47 is a design for the mural monument to Sir Thomas Dyke Acland, 1902, to be placed in the Schools. ii leaves. Given by Sir Thomas Graham Jackson, MS. Top. Oxon. a. 20. Six decorative paintings formerly in the Bodleian picture gallery including: a (fol. 2) Painting of a brass of Dr. Thomas Spare [reete Sparke] (d. 1616), Fellow of Magdalen College, Oxford, and Rector of Bletchley, still existing in Bletchley church (no. 172 in Thomas Hearne's list of heads painted on the wall of the gallery, in A Letter Containing an Account of some Antiquities, 1725, p. 42, as 'Thos. Sparkes'); b (fol. 9) Drawing of a sea-fight, probably part of the 'Map or draught of all the battles fought in England from the landing of William the Conqueror to the reign of Queen Elizabeth, in 16 sheets done with a pen by John Norden' (op. cit., p. 34); c (fol. II) Title-pages of a volume of J. Tillotson's Works, 1722, of A. Boyer's Reign of Queen Anne, and of Nicholas Rowe's translation of Lucan's Pharsalia, 1718, stuck on canvas and surrounded by decorative painting. Found in the Library, MSS. Top. Oxon. a. 21, h. 89~3. Drawings and sketches of Oxford and the neighbourhood with index of contents by W. P. Ellis, kept in MSS. Top. Oxon. c a drawings, , with table of contents at fol. 1. i+ 51 leaves. b drawings, mainly by Joseph Fisher, , with table of contents at fol. 1. ii leaves. b drawings, , indexed at fol. 2. ii+95 leaves. b drawings, , with table of contents at fol. 1. ii+375 leaves. b. 92. Sketches of academical costumes by Thomas Uwins (fol. 2), followed by the Nine Muses (fol. 13) and caricatures by O. R. Dawson offellows of Corpus Christi College in about (fol. 24) and other sketches of University life (fols. 31 and 49) and of costume (fol. 61). ii+76 leaves. b drawings by Jean-Baptiste Malchair ( ) and his pupils and (fol. 39) 23 by [John] C[laude] Nattes, 1804, of scenes in Oxford. ii+65 leaves. Percy Manning bequest, 1917, except a. 21, fols , and b , which did not form part of the bequest, and which were bought in the same year. B 8972 B

16 2 CATALOGUE OF MSS. TOP. OXON. MSS. Top. axon. B. aa/i-16 (R), B. 703/1-13 (R). Plans of University buildings at Oxford made in 1848 by James King, surveyor, on a scale of 20 ft. to I in. a. 22 (R). I. Wadham, 2. Queen's, 3. Brasenose, 4. Lincoln,s. Pembroke, 6. Exeter, 7. St. Alban Hall, 8. New Inn Hall, 9. Corpus Christi, 10. St. Edmund Hall, II. University College, 12. Jesus, 13. All Souls, 14. Oriel with St. Mary's Hall, IS. Magdalen Hall, 16. University Printing Office. A. 23 (R). I. Christ Church, 2. New College, 3. Oxford City (copy of plan published in 1817 by Pearson; scale 3 chains to I in.), 4. Trinity, 5. Balliol, 6. Magdalen, 7. Worcester (scale 40 ft. to I in.), 8. St. John's, 9. Merton, 10. Magdalen Grove, II. Botanic Garden, 12. Church of St. Mary the Virgin and the Schools and Radcliffe Camera, 13. The Taylor and Randolph Galleries. Transferred from the University Archives, MS. Top. <hon. B.704. Ground plans, maps, and architectural sketches of buildings and sites in Oxford and the neighbourhood written and drawn about and partly made by Percy Manning or copied from older plans, by him, partly originals. At fols. 43 and 44 are site plans for Hawksmoor's scheme, c. 17x,o, for the Printing House and Brasenose College, partly in his hand and prepared by H. Joynes; the plan at fo1. 45 is not in Hawksmoor's hand but is connected with another scheme for the site. At fo1. 46 is another plan for the site with 'Harry Joynes' in Hawksmoor's hand thereon. i+ 170 leaves. Percy Manning bequest, MS. Top. Oxon. B Now Gough Adds. Oxon. a. 8. MS. Top. Oxon. a. 706 (R). 'Accademia Oxoniensis amplificata et exornata. Regio Prima.' By N. Hawksmoor. Brown ink and pencil plan with some grey wash. c , showing proposed 'Capella Universitatis' east of the 'Schools Court' and north of the 'garden of All Souls' and on the south 'Forum etc Universitatis'; also a 'Forum Civitatis' at Carfax and the rebuilding of the North Gate and East Gate; 2 sites for the Radcliffe Library are indicated. Cf. MS. Top. Oxon. a. 24, fols ; see B.Q.R. ii (1918), 181; Oxf. Hut. Soc. Iii (1909), Plates 16, 19 and xiii N.S. (1953-4),.152; Architect. Ref). civ (1948), ; H. M. Colvin, Biograph. Dict. Engl. Architects, Eight sheets pasted as one cm. Given by F. Madan, MS. Top. Oxon. B. 707 (R). Block plan of the site of the municipal buildings, Oxford, taken down in Drawn in ink and coloured. The scale is not indicated. Given by Miss Hurst, 1923.

17 IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY 3 MS. Top. OltOn. a. 28. Letters, papers, and accounts, relating to the building of the Church of SS. Philip and James, Oxford, by George Edmund Street, leaves. Morrell collection. Bought, MS. Top. Oxon. a. 29. Miscellaneous papers, printed and manuscript, and some drawings, relating to the City and University of Oxford and to the neighbourhood. The papers are arranged in chronological order according to their contents, leaves. Morrell collection. Bought, MS. Top. Olton. a. 30 (R). Petition from the freemen of Oxford to the mayor and corporation concerning the lease of certain meadows, formerly part of Port Meadow, c Morrell collection. Bought, MS. Top. Olton. a. 31. Drawings of Oxford and of the neighbourhood, chiefly by William Turner, Atfol. 5 have been inserted 3 drawings of Oxford ascribed to William Delamotte. At fo1. 12 is a pencil drawing of The Weirs, St. Aldates, and at fol. 13a is a pencil and wash drawing of Botley Mill, both signed O'Neil. 17 leaves. Bought at Morrell sale, 28 Apr. 1925, with exception of the Delamotte drawings which were bought from Messrs. Parker, 30 May MS. Top. Olton. a. 32. Five sepia sketches by F. Mackenzie, c (fols. 1-5), and one by J. C. Buckler, early 19th cent. (fol. 6), the originals for the engravings in plates 143,151,153,154, 157ofJ.Skelton, Oxania antiqua restorata, 1823, followed by 18 water-colour sketches by J. C. Buckler (fol. 7) of colleges (Christ Church, St. John's, Merton) and churches in Oxford (St. Aldate's, St. Ebbe's, St. Giles', St. Mary Magdalen's, St. Peter's in the East, Holywell) and Oxfordshire (Henley), together with one (fo1. 7) of Duke Humfrey from Selden End. 24 leaves. Bought, MS. Top. Olton. a. 33. Miscellaneous caricatures of Oxford men (clerics, professors, heads of houses, &c.) by F. H. Hill [or? F.L.H. on fo1. 2], of University College, and others, drawn for the most part about There are keys to most but not all ofthe drawings. ii + 15 leaves. Bought, 1929.

18 4 CATALOGUE OF MSS. TOP. OXON. MS. Top. Oxon. a. 34 (R). Four sketches by Thomas Graham Jackson of the pinnacles of the Church of St. Mary the Virgin, Oxford, Lithographs will be found in G.A. Oxon. a. 68, pp Transferred from the Proctors' Office, (~~ /tift.) MSS. Top. Oxon. a 'Drawings in Oxfordshire.' SIJvolumes containing for the most part prints with a considerable nu~~r (over 300) of pencil and other drawings interspersed, done by various hands in 18th and 19th cent. The subjects are almost exclusively buildings and architectural details. There is an index to the drawings only of all 6 volumes in Vol. I, from which it appears that they are chiefly from the hands of T. Fischer and A. Pugin, together with a number for Blenheim Palace by Sir J. Vanbrugh. a Drawings of Oxford City, arranged in several alphabets (colleges, halls, public buildings, churches, &c.). 184 and 167 leaves. a. 37. Drawings of towns and villages alphabetically arranged, A to Ble. 125 leaves. a Drawings, elevations, plims, and details of Blenheim Palace by Sir John Vanbrugh. ii+35 leaves. a. 38. Drawings of towns and villages alphabetically arranged. Blo to H. 149 leaves. 'J I,;rIA a. 39. The same. I to Y. 182 leaves. j-o. ""(MIS ~ I'J!'I. The ~ 9f tlh6 collection was forped~by William Upco~t. See j... B.Q.R. vi ( :J. 6. p,i Ite SIt/e «/(,~ { k %If ~ /f'f.lflttlt~,...",. Bought at SothebY''Z,sale 22 Oct. 1928, lot. N.81. I MS. Top. Oxon. a. 40. Card index of names in MS. Twyne 23, which contains collections about Oxford from the Public Records and elsewhere. See Oxf. Hist. Soc. xxx (1895), ,064 cards. Given by the Oxford Architectural and Historical Society, MS. Top. Oxon. a. 41 (R). 'A plan of the parish. of Cassington and hamlet of Worton as inclosed in the year 1804.' Copy, drawn and written by H. Minn in The original map, with the Award, belongs to the parish council of Cassington. Given by H. Minn, MS. Top. Oxon. a.p. Sketches and water-colours of buildings and places in Oxfordshire, 18th and 19th cent. See also a. 21, a , b zleaves. Bought, MSS. Top. Oxon. a (R). Gothic designs for New Examination Schools consisting of (a. 43 (R» II plans and drawings by John Oldrid Scott, and (a. 44 (R» amended draft, c Found in the Library, 1942.

19 IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY 5 MS. Top. Oxon. a. 48. A guard-book containing: a Thirty-four drawings, I engraving, I etching, and 2 photographs of places in Oxfordshire including drawings of Bloxham church probably by Frederick Mackenzie (fol. I), Blenheim Palace, Woodstock (3) by William Delamotte (fol. 3), and Cowley church by Henry Nelson O'Neil (fol. 7). Bequeathed by S. A. Warner, 1948; b (foi43) Drawings and plans of Middleton Stoney parsonage by Henry Hakewill, 1812; C (fol. 49) Sketch of a drawing of the Old House at Middleton [Stoney] Park; d (fol. 50) Various plans and elevations of rooms in Middleton Park House [probably early 19th cent.]; e (fol. 61) Three water-colour drawings of entrance to (one) and interior of (two) a chapel [probably that on north-east of Middleton Stoney church] and indicating position of painted shields of arms; f (fol. 64v) Plans, elevations, and sections of the church of St. Mary the Virgin, Henley. Given by C. B. Wilcocks, 1949; g (fol. 68) Photographs of 2 drawings of Grays Court from water-colours owned by Sir Miles Stapylton, '1715' and '1760', actually mid-19th century; h (fol. 69) Drawing, in Indian ink and wash, of the Market Place, Witney [from the south], 1832, unsigned. Given by R. G. Neave 1950; i (fol. 70) Photograph of drawing of the Market Place, Witney [from the north], by Paul Sandby. Given by E. B. Taylor, The original watercolour is in the Victoria and Albert Museum; j (fol. 71) Drawing in Indian ink of church, village cross, and cottages at Marston, from northwest, by (?) Fisher [c. 1830]. Given by the executor of the late A. E. Greening Lamborn, 1951; k (fol. 73) Drawing in sepia ink of 'Country House atcaversfield Oxfordshire for F. J. Staples Browne Esquire' by W. Wilkinson, architect, Oxford. Cf. W. Wilkinson, English Country Houses, 1875, plate 13 [Brashfield House]. Given by H. Minn, 1952; I (fol. 74) Design in Indian ink and wash for steeple of 'All Hallows Oxon', by N. Hawksmoor. Transferred from MS. Top. Oxon. c. 77, fol. 14, in 1953; m (fol. 75) Water-colour drawing of the north-west view of the houses adjoining the Church of St. Mary Magdalen, Oxford, c. 1810; n (fol. 76) Twenty-three water-colourdrawillgs of places mainly in Oxfordshire by Miss Alice Dashwood, 19th cent., including drawings of Adderbury Manor (fol. 76), interior Duns Tew church from southeast (fol. 77), the same, from west (fol. 78), Duns Tew Village (fol. 79), River Cherwell from Washford (fol. 81), Kirdington Village (fol. 82), the same (fol. 84), part of exterior of manor-house, Kirdington (fol. 85), view of the Long Plantation, Kirdington (fol. 86), Tulip Tree, Kirdington (fol. 87), Otmoor from Kirdington Park (fol. 88), View of Kirdington Park (fol. 89), Lower Heyford (fol. 90), North Aston rectory (fo1. 92), Blacksmith's House, Kirdington (fol. 93), Oxford from Headington (fol. 96), Sandford [St. Martin] Cross, Oxon. (fol. 98). Given by Hon. Mrs. P. V. Mahaffy, 1957; 0 (fol. 99) Drawing of Chadlington House, by W. Wilkinson, 19th cent. Given by H. M. Colvin, 1957; P (fol. 100) Pencil drawing (wrongly described as Ewelme rectory) by W. Turner,? 19th cent.; q (fol. 101) Two photostat copies of plans of Stonor Park, late 18th cent. and early 19th cent.; T (fol. 103) Two photographic copies of water-colour drawings

20 6 CATALOGUE OF MSS. TOP. OXON. of z rooms at Kirtlington Park made by Miss Alice Dashwood, 19th cent. Acquired at various dates, MS. Top. Oxon. a. 49 (R). Pedigree of Pittaway family, stonemasons, of Taynton, by Mrs. M. Sturge Gretton, written c leaves. Given by Mrs. M. Sturge Gretton, MS. Top. Oxon. a. 50 (R). Four plans of the garden and park layout of Blenheim Palace drawn by Henry Wise, Superintendent of gardens to Queen Anne. Plan A. Coloured, unsigned, and drawn probably before A duplicate, on a smaller scale, of a large plan now in the possession of the Duke of Marlborough, showing the foundations of Blenheim Palace with, on the south, the 'Great Parterre and Woodwork and, on the north, the Grand Bridge (plan) and the Battle of Blenheim plan for the Great Avenue. The office wings are shown without their courts. Plan B. Similar to Plan A but shows, the office wings with their courts, plan of the bridge, and the site of 'Woodstock manor-house. Drawn probably about / Plan C. Drawn in ink and unsigned. Shows the two principal beds of the Great Parterre in relation to the south front of the palace. One corner, on the north-west, has been torn away and is missing. Plan D. Drawn in ink and unsigned. Shows the causeway leading from the Great Court of the palace on the north to the Grand Bridge. This plan is marked on the back 'Woodstock N. 9'. These plans are described and Plan B illustrated (fig. 8), in Country Life, 9 Jan. 1948, p. 81, and is discussed in D. Green, The History of Blenheim Palace, 1951, p. 68. Given by David Green, MSS. Top. Oxon. a. 51 (R)-60 (R). See p. 125: MS. Top. Oxon. a. 61. Topographical drawings c [by Joseph Wilkins of Deddington] of churches at Adderbury(fols. 1,8), Cornwell (foi. z), Deddington (fols. 3, 4), Steeple Aston (foi. 5), Steeple Barton (fols. 6, 7), Banbury (fol.9), and Hopcroft's Holt Inn in Steeple Aston (foi. 10). Given by H. M. Colvin (fols. Z-3, 6-7) and bought (fols. I, 5), MS. Top. Oxon. a. 6z (R). Plans of colleges. a (foi. I) Plan of Christ Church measured by members of the Oxford School of Architecture, and drawn by A. G. Smith, D. L. T. Serjeant, and Miss Sheila Claydon, July 1946-Jan Scale 11r. in. to I ft.; b (fols. z-5) Plans and elevations of Somerville College, Given by the Governing Body of Christ Church, 1953.

21 IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY 7 MS. Top. Oxon. a. 63. Enclosure award and map for Deddington and Great Barford [Barford St. Michael], Oxon., i+l0l leaves. Given by the Hon. E. H. Wyndham, MSS. Top. Oxon. a A collection of 625 Indian ink and 19 watercolour drawings of churches and buildings in Oxfordshire by J. C. Buckler, An index to the collection is in MS. Top. Oxon. e 342. a. 64. Nos a. 65. Nos. 2(}-152. a. 66. Nos Bought, MS. Top. Oxon. a. 70. See c. 507 on p. 58. a. 67. Nos a. 68. Nos a. 69. Nos MS. Top. Oxon. h. 42. Miscellaneous Oxfordshire documents. a-d; see S.C and vol. v, p e (foi. 13) Will of Rodolph Warcuppe, Given by the Rev. H. A. Wilson, 1914;/(fol. 18) Papers relating to the sale of the New Inn, St. Aldates, Oxford, in 1881 including (fol. 24) an abstract of title, (fol. 18) a copy of the will of Walter Pratt of 1844, a former owner of the Inn, and (foi. 46) a sale catalogue; g (foi. 53) Copy of the grant of Bicester Priory to the Duke of Suffolk, 1538; h (fol. 63) Will of John Schawe, Alderman of Oxford, 1429; i (foi. 64) Address to the Rev. A. M. W. Christopher, Rector of St. Aldates, signed by heads of houses and other members of the University, Given by Mrs. Ryman-Hall, 1943; j (fol. 65) Draft by Robert Bridges of a manifesto to Professors of the Art'! and Sciences and to members of the universities and learned societies in Germany and Austria, together with the revised form in print, 1920; k (fol. 67) Letters of John Kynaston to Daniel Prince, bookseller in Oxford, ; 1 (fol. 91) Brief for men of Drayton [St. Leonard] and Stadhampton accused of machine breaking, 1831; m (fol. 97) Notes on the procedure of disputations, late 17th or early 18th cent. Given by the President and Scholars of St. John's College, Oxford, 1953; n (foi. 98) Water-colour drawing by M. J. Trinder, 1953, of a medieval stained-glass roundel of a human head found in Bicester and now reset in a window in the Burne Ceaster Cafe, 13 Market Square, Bicester. Given by the artist, 1953 MS. Top. Oxon. h. 8z. Miscellaneous papers and letters mainly connected with Oxford University written in 18th cent. Among other acts of Convocation are 2 discommonsings (fols. 6--7). Fols contain 4 letters (19 Nov., 16 Dec. 1708; 17 [Feb.] 1725; 5 Jan. 1726) from Thomas Rowney, M.P. for Oxford in leaves. Given by Rev. B. W. Bradford, 1916.

22 8 CATALOGUE OF MSS. TOP. OXON. MS. Top. Oxon. h. 83. Powers of attorney, many with seals attached, granted by inhabitants of, or residents in, Oxford and Oxfordshire to deal in South Sea Company's stock, together with a few assignments of dividends, ' MS. Eng. misc. b. II is a similar collection of 8 documents. 84 leaves. Given by Rev. B. W. Bradford, MS. Top. Oxon. h. 84' Pedigree of Sir Thomas Bodley by Col. J. L. Vivian. This pedigree is criticized by Mrs. Frances Rose Troup in Transactions of the Devonshire Association, xxxv (1903), th cent. I leaf. Inscribed 'J. Brooking-Rowe', 'Mrs. Rose-Troup'. Bought, MS. Top. Oxon. h. 85; The minute book of the Oxford Etonian Club, i+280 leaves (lis-end blank). Given by A. E. Hunt, MS. Top. Oxon. h. 86. Papers relating to Hampton Poyle, including: a (fol. I) Terrier of property at Hampton Poyle, 1547; b (fol. 8) Will of James Bury, 1556; c (fol. 9v ) Court-rolls of Hampton Poyle for the years 1549, , 1562, 1564, 1568, and iii+24 leaves (18-end blank). Percy Manning bequest, MS. Top. Oxon. h. 87. Papers relating to Hampton Poyle, including: a (fol. I) Miscellaneous papers chiefly relating to the affairs of the family of Crooke or Croke and of John West, successive holders of the manor, 1638-cJ9; b (fol. 123) Terrier of the manor apparently written between 1624 and 16#; c (fol. 153) Two copies of 'an abstract of John West Esq. his title to Hampton Poyle', 1698; d (fol. 165) Two books of evidences relating to the manor, i+238 leaves. Percy Manning bequest, MS. Top. Oxon. h. 88. Transcript, made in about 1864, of an exemplification of letters patent of inspeximus of Philip and Mary, 2 July 1555, of letters patent of Henry VIII, 4 Nov. 1546, re-establishing the bishopric of Oxford at St. Frideswide's, in Oxford. uleaves. Given by Mrs. W. H. Allnutt, MSS. Top. Oxon. h See a. :'21, p. I. MS. Top. Oxon. h. 94 = a. ::n. MSS. Top. Oxon. h are vacant.

23 IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY 9 MS. Top. Oxon. h Notes of payments received by the bursars of New College, Oxford, and tradesmen's bills due from the college in (fols ), 1570 (fols ), and 1585 (fols ). i+343 leaves. Given by the Rev. G. J. Chester, MS. Top. Oxon. h. 10Z (olim c. 41). See S.C MS. Top. Oxon. h Papers, manuscript and printed, relating to the elections of burgesses on several occasions between 1857 and 1895 to represent the University of Oxford. Included are the appointment of agents, election procedure, poll clerk's oath, declarations of the Vice Chancellor as returning officer, and draft letters of thanks to John Ruskin, 1861, and to F. W. Hope, 1862, for gifts and benefactions, and papers relating to the candidature of W. E. Gladstone, leaves. Given by the University Registrar, MSS. Top. Oxon. h c Evidence before the Royal Commission on Oxford and Cambridge Universities, h Memoranda with regard to reforms at Oxford. 264 leaves. h Memoranda with regard to reforms at Cambridge. 194 leaves. b Memoranda with regard to reforms at both Oxford and Cambridge. 39 leaves. h Memoranda on the needs of individual faculties, societies, &c. at Oxford. 382 leaves. b Memoranda on the needs of individual faculties, societies, &c. at Cambridge. 182 leaves. h Oral evidence given before the Commission. 601 leaves. c Typescript index of documents (MS. Top. Oxon. b ) deposited for inspection by the public relating to the above Commission. 13 leaves. See Report and Appendices of the Royal Commission on Oxford and Cambridge Universities, I922 (Cmd. 1588). For b. 104 see Appendix I (ii) (a). For b. 105 see Appendix I (ii) (e). Given by C. L. Stocks, secretary to the Royal Commission on Oxford and Cambridge Universities, MS. Top. Oxon. h Index editionum principum vel saec. XV in bibliotheca Bodleiana, a slip index compiled by Dr. Bulkeley Bandinel, arranged in alphabetical order of authors and mounted. 201 leaves containing 1,404 items. MS. Top. Oxon. h. III. Miscellaneous papers ( ) relating to the Church of St. Giles, Oxford, including; a (foi. 3) Assignment of a seat in the church to Ann Cross of Blackhall, 9 May 1696; b (foi. 4) Warrant to make inquisition of the property of Elizabeth Slatter, condemned for murder, 1813; c (foi. 12) Assessment for the land-tax, 1798; d (fols. 18,22) Copy of minutes of vestry, 1829, 1837; e (foi. 2Iv) Plan

24 10 CATALOGUE OF MSS. TOP. OXON. of pews with names of occupiers, 1835;/ (fols v) Specification and drawings for alterations and repairs, 1838, Henry Jones Underwood, architect, and Daniel Evans, contractor; g (fol. 37) Copy of minutes of vestry, 1838; h (fol. 44) Bills and subscription list for repairs to church [c. 1839];j (fol. 47) Copy of minutes of vestry, 1839; k (fol. 49) Draft churchwardens' accounts, , for repairs and alterations; I (fols. 52, 62, 68) Correspondence with and accounts of Thomas Ward, glasspainter, for glazing windows, 1840, 1842; m (fols. 75, 79) Copy of minutes of vestry 1843, 1844, and 1849; n (fol. 81) Survey of bells and estimate for repairs, , by Messrs. W. & J. Taylor and H. J. Underwood, architect; 0 (fol. 125) Memorial to H.M. the Queen on Papal encroachments, 1850, signed by members of the parish, and sundry pamphlets thereon, 1850; p (fol. 138) Specification for repairs to south aisle of chancel, by H. J. Underwood,architect, 18S0;q(fol. 141) Correspondence and accounts concerning repairs to chancel, 1851, H. J. Underwood, architect; r (fol. ISS) Minutes of vestry, 1851; s (fol. 168) Design for colouring reredos by T. Goodwin [probably 1851]; t (fol. 17Sv) Draft churchwardens' accounts, ; u (fols. 185, 235) Correspondence with St. John's College and copy of vestry minutes concerning site for new church [SS. Philip and James], 1856, 1858; v (fol. 216) Draft churchwardens' ~ccounts, ; w (fol. 216v) Correspondence with Messrs. M. and A. O'Connor about, and design for, stained glass in east window, 1857; x (fol. 218v ) Vestry minutes and subscription list concerning the lighting of church by gas, 1857; y (fol. 275r) Parochial list and accounts, Mar. 1859; z (fol. 284) Plan for alteration of church by George Edmund Street, architect, 1860; aa (fol. 297) Designs by C. Buckeridge, architect, for additions to organ [c. 186o]; bb (fol. 301r) Draft churchwardens' accounts, 1861; cc (fol. 306v) Draft tithe award apparently never executed, 1861; dd (fols. 310, 353) Correspondence and design and account of John R. Clayton and Alfred Bell, glass painters, concerning stained-glass windows for chancel, ; ee (fol. 324) Copy of minutes, 1862, concerning consecration of the Church of SS. Philip and James, building accounts thereof and provision of stained-glass windows by Messrs. J. R. <::layton and A. Bell; ff (fol. 369) List of presentations to the vicarage, ; gg (as end paper) Printed list of vicars, Morrell collection. Bought, MS. Top. Oxon. b. IIZ. The correspondence, contract, 22 Mar. 1841, and business papers of the Martyrs' Memorial Committee, , including letters of George Gilbert Scott and William Bonython Moffatt, architects, and of the contractor Charles Kirk (fol. 7), and prints of the memorial and the martyrdom (fols. 2v, 58). 62 leaves. Morrell collection. Bought, 1925.

25 IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY MS. Top. Oxon. b. II3. Papers, written and printed, relating to the parliamentary representation of the City of Oxford, ii + 78 leaves. Morrell collection. Bought, MS. Top. Oxon. b. II4. Papers, mostly transcripts written in the 17th-19th cent., relating to trade and taxation in Oxford. At fol. 32 are some papers in the hand of John Wallis. 57 leaves. Morrell collection. Bought, MS. Top. Oxon. b. lis. Papers relating to the University and City rating in Oxford in 1848, including a survey of colleges and halls by Thomas Mallam for valuation of lighting and paving rates. 95 leaves. Morrell collection. Bought, MS. Top. Oxon. b. II6. Miscellaneous collections, made in the 18th and 19th cent., relating mainly to civil affairs and the topography of the City and neighbourhood of Oxford, arranged in roughly chronological order of subject-matter, with an alphabetical index of subjects at fol. 167, containing notes on inter alia: a (fol. 6) City franchises; b (fol. 8) Binsey; c (fol. 15) The election and privileges of the Mayor of Oxford, and his claims at the coronation; d (fol. 52) St. Scholastica's day; e (fol. 65) The architecture of Carfax Conduit; f (fol. 68) The Marian martyrs; g (fol. 99) Tradesmen's tokens; h (fol. 127) Long-lived persons in Oxford and the neighbourhood, ; i (fo1. 135) List of notes relative to Oxford and Oxfordshire published in The Gentleman's Magazine. 173 leaves. Morrell collection. Bought, MS. Top. Oxon. b. II7. Miscellaneous papers relating to Shotover and Stow Wood including: a (fols. 26, 42, 56, 68) Papers relating to the survey and deforestation of Shotover, 17th cent. j b (fo1. 9) 19th-cent. transcripts of evidence from the public records relating to Shotoverj c (fo1. 137) Printed copy of the Act of 1819 for allotting lands in the parish or liberty of Shotoverj d (fo1. 154) Copy pedigree of the family of Schutz of Shotover; e (fol. 156) Printed particulars of auctions of Shotover House and estate in 1854j f (fo1. 163) Order to Guardians of the Poor of Headington Union, 15 Sept. 1862j g (fol. 165) Engraving II

26 IZ CATALOGUE OF MSS. TOP. OXON. of 'Shotover House and Garden' by George Bickham, 1750; h (fo1. 166) Bill of Complaint, 16 Aug. 1872, Magdalen College v. Bateman and others concerning lands in parish of Headington; i (fo1. 176) Printed particulars of auctions of Shotover House and estate in i+189 leaves. Morrell collection. Bought, MS. Top. Oxon. b Transcript, written about 1700, of an inspeximus of a petition from the inhabitants of Horton, Studley, Stanton St. John, Worminghall, Brill, and Oakley against the inclosure of the common of Stonehurst, 'This is a true copy of the record remaining in the chapel of the Rolls having been examined by me Henry Rooke clerk of the Rolls'; '25th April 1746: Examined this copy with the record remaining in the chapel of the Rolls. Charles Pryor' (fo1. 25). 27 leaves. Morrell collection. Bought, MS. Top. Oxon. b Transferred to Oxon. County Record Office. MS. Top. Oxon. b Copy of the decree in chancery 1662 for the enclosure of the manor of Marston, written about leaves. Morrell collection. Bought, MS. Top. Oxon. b See p MSS. Top. Oxon. b. IU, c b Legal papers, mainly relating to Forest Hill, including: a (fol. 12) 'Particulars of Mr. John Ferrers estate of Great Marlow in the county of Bucks', 17th cent.; h (fo1. 19) 'Terrier of Lands in Forrest Hill', July 1670; C (fol. 48) 'Writings concerning Mr. Powell's Title to Forrest Hill', 28 Aug. 1652; d (fol. 55) Rents due from Forest Hill in 1670 and other dates up to 1680; e (fol. 106) Memorandum of a covenant dated 28 Apr between Richard Powell and Richard Hitchcock, both of Forest Hill;J(fol. 107) Receipts signed by Anne Barton, 1700; g (fol. 142) Record of Forest Hill manor court, 30 Sept. 18 Charles I, followed by other miscellaneous documents connected with courts held at other dates, presentments and list of copyholders and leaseholders; h (fol. 219) Copy of the wills of Sir Christopher Brome of Halton, undated, and of Alexander Prescott, citizen and alderman of London, 10 Aug. 1616; i (fol. 233) 'The answeare of Edmunde Broome, gentleman defendaunte to the bill of Complaynte of George Broome Esquer complaynante', 15 Oct. 1597; j (fol. 254) Complaint of Richard Powell to Lord Keeper Coventry about Edmund Brome; k (fol. 259) The replication of George Brome to the answer of Edmond Brome; 1 (fol. 265) Elevation and plans of the tower of Oxford

27 IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY 13 Castle, 1881; m (fol. 267) 'Lamp Book' of the commissioners for lighting Oxford city lamps, ; n (fol. 282) Printed notice of sale in 1820 of building materials from buildings on the north of St. Mary Magdalen Church, Oxford, with plan; 0 (fol. 285) Notes on Oxford Almanacs; p (fol. 304) Agreement about Garsington Common, 1745, with other papers relating to Garsington of various dates up to leaves. c Papers, letters, deeds, &c. relating to Forest Hill and to the family of Powell, of which Milton's first wife Mary Powell was a member, arranged for the most part in chronological order and including inter alia: a (fol. 10) Extracts from Domesday and the Hundred Rolls; b (fol. 17) Revenues of the abbey of Abingdon in Oxfordshire (sic); c (fol. 29) 'A note of the landholders in Forresthill', 1638; d (fol. 41) Decree in a suit between Sir Thomas Whorwood and dame Ursula his wife against Richard Powell, 1634; e (fol. 49) Copy of the will of Richard Powell (of which Milton was a witness), 1646;/(fol. 66) Three epitaphs on Laud; g (fol. 92) Terrier of lands held by Richard Powell on lease from the Queen, 1681; h (fol. 102) Richard Powell's promise to convey to Sir William Powell, All Souls College, lease of lands in Wheatley, 1663; i (fol. 108) 'mr Powell's title unto fforesthill in the county of Oxford, from mr Edmond Brome'; j (fol. 110) Notebook of memoranda on Forest Hill manorial court customs, 1667, with later notes by Powell; k (fol. 139) letter of Lord Chandos from Pera of Galata on Mr. Powell's leaving his service, 1681; 1 (fol. 142) Marriage settlement between Richard Powell and Katherine Frothingham, 1680; m (fol. 148) Papers relating to a suit between Anne Powell and Charles Frothingham and others with regard to the jointure of Katherine Symonds, formerly Powell, formerly Frothingham, after her remarriage, 1685; n (fol. 164) Assessment of Forest Hill for the aid granted by I W. and M. cap. I, 1689; 0 (fol. 178) Terrier and rental of the manor of Forest Hill, 1718; P (fol. 192) Survey of the manor, 1721; q (fol. 216) Letter of attorney concerning a benefaction to the poor of St. Nicholas's parish, Newcastle upon Tyne, to be paid from the manor of Forest Hill, There is a rough list of contents on fol leaves ( blank). There are blank leaves of modern paper interspersed sporadically. Morrell collection. Bought, MS. Top. Oxon. h A collection of sketches of Oxford, original and copied, by various artists, 18th and 19th cent. There is an index on fol. I. 113 leaves. Morrell collection. Bought, MS. Top. Oxon. h 'Bodicote near Banbury, Oxon. Notes and extracts from printed books, but with copies of inscriptions in the church and of the parish registers by Cyril William Hurst, :

28 14 CATALOGUE OF MSS. TOP. OXON. intended for a village history' (foi. i). There is an index of names and subjects at foi. ii. vi + 88 leaves. Given by C. W. Hurst, MS. Top. Olton. h Poor rate-book of St. Peter Ie Bailey parish, Oxford, Some miscellaneous biographical notes have been inserted after foi. Il leaves. Card of 'Mrs. Henry High' (foi. 166). Given by H. Paintin, MS. Top. Olton. h Rate-book for relief of the poor and accounts of disbursements of the parish of St. Peter Ie Bailey, Oxford, ii+195 leaves. Given by H. Paintin, MS. Top. Oxon. h See S.C MS. Top. Olton. h Register of the members of the Oxford University Volunteer Corps, containing a list of names covering the years '73 (p. v), and a series of entries of enrolments, promotions, &c., covering the years (p. ccix), which is indexed by first letters (P 399) ccxi+456 pages. Given by the Adjutant, O.U.O.T.C., MSS. Top. Olton. h. 129"'"63, C , e Oxford police records, 182g-69. Transferred from the Proctors' Office, b Thirty-four volumes containing reports entered nightly by the inspectors ofthe Oxford Police between 5 Oct and I Jan. 1869, relating to the condition of their men and the occurrences on the various beats. The entries refer mainly to the hours up to which public houses are open, the presence of common women on the streets, and cases of rowdy behaviour. Most of the volumes have at the end a list of public houses reported and many of them the names and numbers of the policemen. b No. I. 5 Oct. 182g-6 Jan leaves. b No.2. 7 Jan Apr leaves. b NO.3. 5 Apr Jun leaves. b NO Jun Jun leaves. b NO Jun Oct leaves. b No.6. II Oct Mar leaves. b NO.7. 9 Mar Apr leaves. b No Apr Apr leaves. b NO.9. I May Jun leaves. b No Jun Jui leaves. b No. II. 13 Jui '] Jui leaves.

29 IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY b No JuI Jun leaves. b No Jun Aug leaves. b No Aug JuI leaves. b No JuI Jan leaves. b No. 16. I Jan Aug leaves. b No Aug Nov leaves. b No Nov Mar leaves. b No Mar Feb leaves. b No Feb Jan leaves. b No. 21. I Jan Mar leaves. b No Mar Aug leaves. b No Aug Jan leaves. b No. 24. I Jan Jun leaves. b No Jun Feb leaves. b No Feb Aug leaves. b No Aug Jan leaves. b No. 28. I Jan Jun leaves. b No Jun Jun leaves. b No Jun Dec leaves. b No Dec Nov I II leaves. b No Nov Oct leaves. b No Oct Sept leaves. b No Sept Jan leaves. b Oxford University police record of prostitutes, showing name, parish, date of committal, sentence, date of discharge, and amount of allowance for support (i.e. during imprisonment, at 10d. per diem). This allowance was made by the Vice-Chancellor under a decree of Convocation of 13 Feb Written between 1827 and leaves. c An account book covering the period 5 Oct Sept. 1831, showing weekly payments made to Oxford policemen, s"ilpernumeraries, inspectors, and matron. 107 leaves. c Police records of prostitutes, 20 Nov June 1868, showing name, name and number of policeman, date, place where found, and time when ordered home. 102 and 106 leaves. e Six volumes written by Proctors and Pro-Proctors and containing entries in roughly alphabetical order relating to the caution, detention, and committal of prostitutes. e Oct Feb leaves. e Mar ct leaves. e leaves. e leaves. e leaves. e leaves. e Six alphabetical registers, written mainly by Abner Savage, police inspector, , of persons reported to or detained by the University Police. The last four volumes (e ) also contain records of policemen on duty and miscellaneous notes on robberies, the state of the weather, Oxford elections, &c. 15

30 CATALOGUE OF MSS. TOP. OXON. e ']. 45 leaves. e leaves. e leaves. e leaves. e leaves. e leaves. e An account book written by Moses Holliday covering the period 6 Oct Oct. 1836, showing the weekly ordinary and extraordinary payments made for police expenses by the Vice-Chancellor. 190 leaves. e a (fol. 2v) A record of fines, covering the period 3 Jan Dec. 1855, imposed by the Oxford police magistrates; b (fol. 42v reversed) An account covering the period 28 Oct Sept. 1843, showing the division of fines among the police. Written mainly in two hands, leaves. MS. Top. Oxon. b A printed copy of the Rev. William Tuckwell's Reminiscences of Oxford', the pages inlaid and many illustrations and much other additional matter added in the margins and at either end. The additions may be roughly classified as illustrations (photographs, drawings, &c.) of Oxford (buildings, places, persons) (fol. I), newspaper cuttings (chiefly reviews) (fol. 326v), letters (containing thanks, corrections, and additions, &c.) (fol. 348d). About leaves. Given by Miss G. M. Tuckwell, MS. Top. Oxon. b A miscellaneous collection including monumental inscriptions in churchyards of Drayton [ near Banbury], Oxon., 1826, and of Wroxton, Oxon. (fol. 6), and extracts from the parish registers of Adderbury (fol. 8), and a few notes, letters, and brassrubbings, and many prints and drawings relating principally to the County and City of Oxford. Written in 18th and 19th cent. 599 leaves (many blank). Belonged to Charles Duffell Faulkner, F.S.A., of Deddington. Bequeathed by G. J. Dew of Lower Heyford, MS. Top. Oxon. b Accounts, chiefly rent rolls, relating to Shiplake (with other Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire manors) for various years between 1615 and leaves. Given by the Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Society, MS. Top. Oxon. b. I&]. Sir Bernard de Gomme, plan of Oxford fortifications, 13 Nov See Oxoniensia, i (1936), 161. Bought, MS. Top. Oxon. b A collection of 348 items which appear to be Tellers' Bills of the Exchequer recording the receipt of payments of all types to the Crown from Oxfordshire. Each bears a date, a narration,

31 IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY 17 including the name of one or more persons with matter which in all cases appears to relate to payments due to the Crown and the amounts. Each is marked 'Recordatur' and shows evidence of having been put upon a file arranged in chronological order, leaves. Bought, MS. Top. Oxon. b Legal papers, mainly abstracts of titles to manors, relating to Adwell, Ambrosden, Aston [Bampton], Bampton, Banbury, Bicester, and Blackbourton. a (fol. I) Abstract of title of manor of Adwell, ; b (fol. 3) The same for Ambrosden, ; c (fol. II) The same for the same, ; d (fol. 17) Draft assignment of a bond for performance of covenant, Ambrosden, 1670; e (fol. 25) Abstract of title of manor of Aston [Bampton), ; / (fol. 26) Abstract of the Earl of Shrewsbury's title to part of the manor of Bampton, ;g (fol. 29) Indenture in connexion with the manor of Bampton, 1657; h (fol. 43) Draft assignment of manor of Banbury in trust, 1657; i (fol. 50) Abstract of title to land of the late priory in Bicester, 1629; j (fol. 52) The same of a grange and land in Bicester, 1538/9; k (fol. 54) Commissioners' report on petition concerning the site of the late priory, manor, and rectory of Bicester, 1652; l (fol. 62) Draft indenture concerning the manor of Bicester and land and site of the late priory there, 1654; m (fol. 72) Draft indenture concerning lands in Blackbourton, leaves. These are part of the papers of Sir Thomas Clayton sold at Hodgson's, IS Aug. 1929, Lot No. 594 (part). Bought, MS. Top. Oxon. b Papers of John Randolph, Bishop of Oxford, Bangor, and London (d. 1813) and of his son, Thomas Randolph, Rector of Much Hadham, comprising: a (fol. I) In two hands, verses and ballads, of which a few are published, mainly temp. George I; b (fol. 24) Verses in honour of Lord Portland, Chancellor of Oxford University, about 1792; C (fol. 30) Copy of Latin verses by Cyril Jackson, Dean of Christ Church, about 1809; d (fol. 31) Letters to John Randolph on his promotion to the see of London, 1809: note from Charles Manners Sutton, Archbishop of Canterbury, with Randolph's reply: (fol. 34) letters from Lord Portland; e (fol. 40) Letter from Mgr. D'Albignac, Bishop of Angouleme on behalf of French refugees in England,s Mar. 1810;/(foI.42) List of 'fees paid on the translation to the see of London' ; g (fol. 44) Papers relating to the foundation of the National Society for Education, with notes taken by Randolph at the first meeting, 181 I; h (fol. 53) Copy of Randolph's will, 1798; i (fol. 55) Draft of another in his hand, 1785;j (fol. 56) Copies in his hand of his father Thomas's, and of his uncle Francis Randolph's wills; k (fol. 62) Letters to Thomas Randolph: fragment of letter from Lord Gower, n.d.; (fol. 64) Letter from Charles Blomfield, Bishop of London, about 1828; (fol. 66) B 8972 c

32 IS CATALOGUE OF MSS. TOP. OXON. Two letters from Cyril Jackson, 1814, 1815, concerning the promotion of Charles Randolph in the Royal Navy; (fol. 70) letters from Archbishop Charles Manners-Sutton, Ffolliott Cornwall, Bishop of Worcester, Lord Onslow, Shute Barrington, Bishop of Durham, William J admon, Bishop of Oxford, Lord Grenville, Isaac Hawkins Browne, 1815, concerning Randolph's gift of a portrait of Bishop John Randolph; (fol. 93) letter of his father, Bishop Randolph; (fol. 95) letters of his mother; (fol. 101) letter of Bishop Blomfield, 1833, on reviving the office of rural dean. See also d and MSS. Oxf. dioc. papers c ii leaves. Given by G. Randolph, MS. Top. Oxon. b. J7J. Forest Hill manor court records: court roll for 6 Apr. 1629; records of court proceedings, 1624, 1629, 1632, 1633, 1634, 1635, 1640, 1642; estreats of fines, &c., 1622, 1624, 1629, and 1674' 41 leaves. Given by J. C. B. Gamlen, MS. Top. Oxon. b. J7", Oxford local government papers: 1 (fol. I). Papers of the Paving Commissioners, (fol. 20). Papers relating to the Thames and Severn Canal Navigation Bill, (fol. 41). Reports of committees of the Oxford Local Board, (fol. 60). Eight orders signed by the Vice-Chancellor of the University of Oxford, committing common prostitutes to the House of Correction, 1850 i + 68 leaves. See also e Given by Oxford City Council, MSS. Top. Oxon. b. J73-4' Papers relating to St. Clement's Turnpike Trust, , mainly concerned with the interests of the bondholders. i+2s1 and i+42 leaves. See also e Given by Oxford City Council, MS. Top. Oxon. b. J75. Abstract of the late Sir James Dashwood's Title to the manor of Wickham and divers freehold estates in and near Wickham [in Banbury]. 19th cent. i+6zleaves. Phillipps MSS and Bought, MS. Top. Oxon. b. J76 (R). Grant of arms and crest to Josiah Key of Milcombe, Given by Lt.-Col. C. M. Thornycroft, 1947.

33 IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY 19 MSS. Top. Oxon. b See a , pp. 136 & 139. MSS. Top. Oxon. b. 194, b Now MSS. Top. Berks. b. 38, b. 39. MSS. Top. Oxon. b. 196-:u6. See a , p MS. Top. Oxon. b Papers, partly printed, relating to the Fane family of Worms ley, including letters, with two from Benjamin Disraeli (fol. 114), newspapers, largely about the Wormsley tournament, and notes on the pictures, i+209ieaves. Given by Major A. G. C. Fane, MSS. Top. Oxon. b. 7.18, c Account books of William Turner (and son) of Stanton St. John, wheelwrights. b i+120 leaves. c leaves. C ii+381 leaves. Given by Henry Turner, MS. Top. Oxon. b (R). 'The Genealogie, or Descent of the Family, of Saunders of Berksheire, who, originally descended from that antient, and worthy family of Saunders of Northamptonsheire, exactly continued to Thomas Saunders of Mungwell in the County of Oxford Esq. N D ' Signed by William Ryley, Clarencieux, and giving descent from John Saunders,jl. 23 Ric. II, Heraldic roll, with 51 shields of arms and one achievement of arms, crest, and mantling of Saunders (Per cheveron sable and argent three elephants' heads counter coloured, tusks of gold and tongues of gules, a crescent gold for difference. Crest: an elephant's head razed per chevron argent and sable. Mantling: Gules and argent). Bought, MS. Top. Oxon. b 'Monumental Inscriptions with Drawings of various Churches and Chapels, and Sepulchral Monuments in the County of Oxford. And other Antiquarian and Topographical Notices.' Written about The index (fol. 2) contains the names of 110 Oxfordshire churches. The notes include extracts from Wood's MSS., Hearne's MSS., Rawl. B. 397, Leland's Itinerary, the parish registers and account books. They are accompanied by drawings, in ink and wash and water-colour, of churches and their contents (including brasses and tricks of arms) and of buildings in the various parishes. Inscribed, in pencil, on title 'By J. E. Robinson, Chieveley Vicarage, Berks. Written about 1840, Query 1820; the Berkshire Volume probably earlier.' Robinson, b. 1808, was Vicar of Chieveley This volume is not written in his hand, but in that of an unknown amanuensis working in Oxford in the first half of the 19th cent. The same hand is

34 zo CATALOGUE OF MSS. TOP. OXON. found in MSS. Top. Oxon. c. 16, ,326; d. 247 and G.A. Oxon. a.88b 284 leaves (253-end blank). Morrell collection. Given by J. F. R. Peel, MS. Top. Oxon. b. UI. Photographs of boat races at Oxford, late 19th cent. 61 leaves. Formerly belonged to H. W. Taunt. Bought, MS. Top. Oxon. b Twenty-eight water-colour drawings of Oxford by J. M. Malchair, , numbered in a contemporary hand '1-33' of which 4, 5, 19, 24, and 28 are missing; see B.L.R. iv. 52. Formerly belonged to the Rev. George Cooke of Oriel (matriculated 1777)' Given by Mrs. Isa Rees-Jones and the Rev. G. C. R. Cooke, MS. Top. Oxon. b See p MS. Top. Oxon. b Copies of 4 leases given by the trustees of Stone's Hospital, , and a plan of 2 meadows 'called the Vice Chancellor's in St. Giles Oxford' [? late 18th cent., on east side of Banbury Road]. iii+23 leaves. Given by Messrs. Morrell, Peel, and Gamlen, MSS. Top. Oxon. b. 225 (R)-b. 247 (R). See c. 414, p MSS. Top. Oxon. b. 248, c. 452, d. 414, 443-4, e , 363. f. 55. Collection of papers and drawings relating to Littlemore made by Miss E. D. Herschel, 19th and 20th cent. b Drawings and photographs of Littlemore and Littlemore people made about , with papers about village entertainments, and water-colours of Garsington (fol. 71) and Rycote (fol. 72), leaves. c Morris-dance tunes and steps in the Oxfordshire tradition, collected about There are 2 photographs of groups of actors (fol. 1) and of dancers (fol. 12). 54 leaves. d Notes on Oxfordshire pronunciation and Littlemore dialect; collected ii+s2ieaves. d 'The Chronicles of Littlemore': an illustrated account of family and village life, largely dealing with excursions, temperance, and local politics, 1885 and i+il5 and 72 leaves. e Notes on the jubilee celebrations at Littlemore [ At fol. 37

35 IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY 21 is a letter, undated, describing scenes on the route of the Queen's jubilee procession in London. 42 leaves (24-36 blank). e 'Peterkin', a play for boys. i+32 leaves. e 'The Queen of Hearts', a play for village performance. 32 leaves. f. 55. Descriptions of steps of 16 Morris dances. 29 leaves. c. 452, d. 414, e. 343, and f. 55 given by Miss E. D. Herschel, b. 248, d , and e given by Miss Caroline Herschel, MS. Top. Oxon. h c ,.,.sI, 518, d. 458-«). Notes and collections made by the Rev. J. C. Blomfield for his printed History of the Deanery of Bicester ( ). Supplementary Notes. Written before b Merton. i+loo leaves. c Godington (fols. i-ii, 1-28) and Wendlebury (fols ). ii+88 leaves. c Kirtlington. ii+134 leaves. c Copy of History of the Deanery of Bicester (1882). 84 printed pages, with 14 leaves of additional MS. notes inserted. ii+ 59 leaves. d Copy of History of Bicester (1884), interleaved by the author. 212 printed pages with 41 leaves inserted. d Copy of History of Cottisford, Hardwick, and Tusmore (I887), interleaved by the author. 95 printed pages with 29 leaves inserted. Collections. c Collections for the history of Bicester deanery including: a (fol. I) Proof copy with corrections of his History of Fritwell and Souldern, 1893; b (fol. 34) Transcript of documents at Westminster Abbey relating to Launton; c (fol. 222) Transcripts of a grant by Edward IV to his mother, Cecily, Duchess of York, of lands including the manor of Finmere, dated I June [1461], from British Museum Add. MS. 6693, p. 57. See Calendar of Patent Rolls Edward IV '1 (1897), 131; d (fol. 236) Papers relating to Bucknell, Oxon., including (fol. 236) a transcript of a terrier of the rectory, 1634, from MS. Archdeaconry Papers Oxon. b. 40 fol. 79, (fol. 241) a transcript of collections on briefs in the church, , (fol. 249) and a printed appeal for a church restoration fund c. 1894; e (fol. 250) Transcript of New College deeds: 3 grants of corn from the manor of Upper Heyford to Bicester priory, c. II Translated in his History of Upper and Lower Heyford: Deanery of Bicester, Part VI, pp. 2-3, 5; f (fol. 251) Grant of land in Upper Heyford by William Snareston to Margery Avener [1475]; g (fol. 252) Final concord between Alice de L'Isle and others, and Robert de L'Isle for the manors of Pishiobury, Herts. and Upper Heyford [1339]; h (fol. 253) Quitclaim of Margery de Crek to Robert de L'Isle of land in Barford St. Michael [c. 13II-21]. See his History of Upper and Lower Heyford, p. 14. All the above with the exception of c. 518 were formerly owned by the Rev. E. R. Massey and G. J. Dew. Given by Miss D. B. Dew, 1953.

36 CATALOGUE OF MSS. TOP. OXON. MS. Top. Oxon. b. aso. Drawings of Oxford houses by C. Maresco Pearce, leaves. Given by the artist, MS. Top. Oxon. b Account book of R. Thomas of Oxford, plumber and decorator, Included are details of work done in University buildings and colleges. ii+211 leaves. Given by L. Franks, MS. Top. Oxon. b Printed list of members of the University of Oxford, 1809, used as an interleaved 'Canvass book' in the election of a Chancellor in that year. On the interleaves an agent or member of the committee supporting Lord Grenville recorded the names of those who had pledged their "votes to him, to' Lord Eldon, or to the Duke of Beaufort, together with those still 'doubtful' or 'neutral'. (See Horace Twiss, The Life of Lord Eldon (1844), vol. ii, pp. 114, 115.) ii+176 leaves. Bought, MS. Top. Oxon. c Miscellaneous papers relating to the University of Oxford, in various 17th- and 18th-cent. hands: a (fol. I) Seven letters in Latin written by candidates for a fellowship at All Souls College, apparently about the middle of the 17th cent.; b (fol. 8) Papers relating to a disputed election to a Gunsley exhibition at University College, 1723; c (fol. II) Arrangements for King William Ill's visit to Oxford in 1695 and Queen Anne's in 1702; d (fol. 14) Counsel's opinion in a dispute between the official to the Archdeacon and the Bishop of Oxford, 1738; e (fo1. 18) Mr. Mitchell's benefaction at the Queen's College; f (fo1. 20) Counsel's opinion relating to Sir E[dward] T[urner, Bt.],s qualification to represent the University in Parliament, 1750; g (fo1. 23) Request for a testimonial addressed to the Rev. Dr. Niblett, Warden of All Souls, 1752; h (fol. 24) Letter from Penysto~e Powney, M.P. for Berkshire, about proceedings in Parliament, 1753; i (fol. 25) Letter from Peregrine Palmer, M.P. for Oxford University, describing a speech on Jacobitism in the House of Commons, 1754;j (fo1. 27) 'Considerations' by Sir William Blackstone, written in his own hand, 'on the power of the University to make, alter, or repeal Statutes, without any royal Licence'; k (fol. 29) Mr. Justice Foster's communication to Sir W. Blackstone of the certificate in the case of the King's Printer versus the University of Cambridge, 1758; 1 (fol. 31) 'The state of the Bodleian Library', a communication to members of Convocation, [1788]. iii + 37 leaves. Contains bookplate of Philip Bliss and is said to have belonged to Dr. White of All Souls College, Vicar of New Romney (fot i). Given by Rev. B. W. Bradford, 1916.

37 IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY 23 MS. Top. Oxon. c A volume of letters, being for the most part the business correspondence of Oxford with London booksellers, principally John Nourse, between 1731 and leaves. Given by the Rev. B. W. Bradford, MSS. Top. Oxon. c 'Sketches chiefly Oxford', 2 volumes of drawings, prints and the like, depicting for the most part Oxford characters of the early 19th cent., collected by W. F. Thurland. According to notes in the covers by W. P. Ellis, the drawings were executed and some of them engraved by W. and I. Matthews, father and son. Both volumes are indexed. 2II and 177 leaves. Bought, MS. Top. Oxon. c 'Report on a sketch of ground made in the neighbourhood of Oxford', a description from a military point of view of the country on the-east side of the City of Oxford. Written in 1849 by Lt. G. Rigaud. v+48 pages. Given by F. Madan, MS. Top. Oxon. c Receipts signed by Thomas Webster (and in one case by Ann Hoyle) for sums received under the orders of the Visitors appointed by Parliament to reform the University and colleges, for the use of heads of Oxford colleges in Mar leaves (8-end modern blank paper). Given by F. Madan, MS. Top. Oxon. c Transcripts made in 1910 from State Papers, Domestic Series, of 2 orders, 20 Nov and 26 Feb. 1644, to pay William Legg, Master of the King's Armoury, sums of money to erect a mill at W olvercote for the grinding of swordblades, as also for forges at Gloucester Hall, and to provide swords and belts..ii leaves. Given by F. Madan, MS. Top. Oxon. c Poems composed between 1770 and 1802, mainly the successful (and a few unsuccessful) poems submitted for the Chancellor's Prizes for Latin Verse and the Newdigate Prize at Oxford, all of which have been printed. In addition are Christ Church poems, compositions by Cambridge men, including some written in the Tripos and some submitted for Sir William Browne's medals, verse by Eton boys, and a few miscellaneous pieces, mainly copies in contemporary hands. I (fol. I) Religio Bramae, Unsuccessful. Cf. MS. Top. Oxon. e. 166; 2 (fol. 4) Vis magnetica. By J. E. Rathbone, 1798; 3 (fol. 6) Classis

38 CATALOGUE OF MSS. TOP. OXON. Britannica. By G[eorge] Baker, 1795; 4 (fo1. 9) Hortus Anglicus. By E[dward] Cooper, 1791 (another copy is at fo1. 43); 5 (fo1. 12) Howardus humanitatis causa peregrinans. By T[homas] Penrose, 1790; 6 (fo1. 15) Ars Chemiae. By P[eter] Vaughan, 1788 (another copy is at fo1. 39 below); 7 (fo1. 17) Paulus Apostolus ad Athenienses. By [E. B.] Impey, First Ch. Ch. Prize Poem; 8 (fo1. 19) Conquest of Quebec. By M[iddleton] Howard, 1768; 9 (fo1. 21) The beneficial effects of inoculation, By W[illiam] Lipscomb, 1772; 10 (fol. 23) Ars medendi. [By W[illiam] Jackson, 1770]; II (fo1. 25) Rei nauticae incrementa. By T. H. Lowth, 1773; 12 (fo1. 27) [Botany, 1776? Unsuccessful Latin Verse]; 13 (fo1. 29) Vis Electrica. By W. W. Grenville, 1779; 14 (fo1. 31) In Mortem Jacobi Cook. By Richard Viscount Wellesley, 1780; 15 (fo1. 33) Iter ad Meccam. By G[eorge] Canning, 1789; 16 (fo1. 35) Columbus. by Hohn] James, 1782; 17 (fo1. 37) Globus Aerostaticus. By C. Abbott, 1784; 18 (fo1. 41) Rex a Violenta Regicidae Manu Ereptus. By G. Richards, 1787 (another copy is at fo below); 19 (fo1. 45) Globus Aerostaticus. Unsuccessful, 1784; 20 (fol. 47) Platonis Systema Mundanum. By Robert Smith, Camb. Tripos, 1791; 21 (fo1. 48) Cartesii principia. By Robert Smith, 1789; 22 (fo1. 49) Newtoni. systema mundanum. By Robert Smith, 1792; 23 (fo1. 51) Phaebe veni. By J. Whishaw, 1785; 24 (fo1. 51v) Cantiuncula Auctore [Thoma] Percy '0 Nancy wilt thou' &c. By J. Pemberton; 25 (fo1. 52) Valete et Plaudite. By Wellesley, Eton; 26 (fo1. 53) Carmen Seculare. By R. Heber, 1801; 27 (fo1. 55) Studio fallente laborum. By Montague, Eton; 28 (fo1. 55v) In Muscam. By Lyne, Eton; 29 (fo1. 55v) Ad Genium Loci. By Wellesley, Eton; 30 (fo1. 56) In Nonas Novembres. By Wellesley, Eton; 31 (fo1. 57) Chloe senescens: Ad Venerem. By Cole, Eton; 32 (foi. 57v) Vota in horto. By [John] Lens, Eton; 33 (fo1. 58v) Ad Imbrem. By J. Wishaw [Whishaw], Trin. Coll. Camb. [cf. MS. Top. Oxon. d. 163, fols. 197 and 199]; 34 (foi. 58v) Ad Somnum; 35 (fo1. 59) 0 Nancy wilt thou gang wi' me, &c. By [J.] Whishaw; 36 (foi. 59v) Epitaph on Milton in Westminster Abbey. By Dr. [William] George, Provost of Eton; 37 (fo1. 59v) Translation of epitaph into Greek iambics.q BEINE. By [Richard] Porson of Trinity College, Cambridge. It gained him the Craven scholarship in 1781; 38 (fo1. 60) Greek verse 'Ev8a Ka, b8a. By.[William] Tilt, Eton, 5th Form [c. 1790]; 39 (fo1. 60v) Tristia Pompeii. By B[enjamin] Way, Ch. Ch. 1790; 40 (foi. 61) Qualis frugiferas flumine prodigo. By Wellesley, Eton; 41 (foi. 61v) In his ipsis rebus. By Wellesley, Eton;42 (foi. 62) Ne crede colori. By Pepys, Eton; 43 (foi. 62v) Ad somnum. By Warre, Eton; 44 (fo1. 63) The Suicide. Nudate fagi subter. Translation of Ode VI by Thomas Warton; 45 (foi. 65) Tu qui solerti monumenta. By Aubry [Jacques Philippe, Author of Oxonii Dux Poeticus, 1807], sometime of the University of Paris; 46 (foi. 67) Mare Liberum. Poem beg: 'Primo Creator'. By Robert SInith, 1790; 47 (fo1. 68) Qua Cami flexus et lenta volumina felix. By Hohn] Wishaw [Whishaw] 1786; 48 (foi. 70) Ev 8' pu;, poem begins Liberate nova lotos. By [William] Taddy, [St. John's Coll.] Cambridge, 1792; 49 (fo1. 71) Georgium SUius. Cambridge, 1787; 50 (foi. 72) De Natura Sanguinis. By [William] Tighe

39 IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY [d. 1816], 1787; 51 (fol. 74) On 'Romanis Solemne Viris opus'. Cambridge, 1791; 52 (fol. 75) Bellum, pax rursum. Cambridge, 1791; 53 (fol. 76) Meyas ovpavos OVAVJL1TOGTfi. Poem beg: Qui primus populos. [? Cambridge], 1793; 54 (fol. 77v) 0 1TPW 1TaAa,os. Poem beg: Heu! quianam fletu. By [? John] Keate, Cambridge, 1793; 55 (fol. 79) In memoriam Gulielmi Browne Equitis, M.D. By Edward Cooke, King's ColI. 1775; 56 (fol. 80) Sors misera Servorum in Insulis Indiae Occidentalis. Poem beg: Q UKOTW 1TvAas. By [Samuel Taylor] Coleridge, Jesus College, Cambridge, 1792; 57 (fol. 82) Laus Astronomiae. By [Samuel] Butler, St. John's College, Cambridge, 1793; 58 (fol. 84) Italia vastata. By [John Higgs] Hunt [Trinity College, Cambridge], 1797; 59 (fol. 86) Graiis ingeniurn. Poem beg: EaJLfipOV GTaJLfiV U 1Tap' GTq. XPTJ. By Sam[ uel] Butler, St. John's College, Cambridge, 1794; 60 (fol. 87) Commercii Laus. Poem beg: KaM,v'KoV OJ 1TOTaJLWV dwtov. By J[ohn] Keate, King's College, 1795; 61 (fol. 88v ) Classis Indiae Occidentalis tempestate dispersa. Poem beg: 'El1T T' OJ AaJL1TpaupAoy S o?jpavow. By George Strachey, Trinity College, Cambridge, 1796; 62 (fol. 90) Astronomiae Laus. Poem beg: ' Hv,3' ws 'EPPTJg 3t alb p' 'AwS'. By [John] Keate, King's College, 1793; 63 (fol. 92) Penitus toto divisus orbe Britannus. By [Pelham] Warren, Trinity College, Cambridge, 1798; 64 (fol. 94) Thamesis. By Cyril Jackson; 65 (fol. 97) Ganges. By [George Howard, Viscount] Morpeth, Ch. Ch., 1791; 66 (fol. 99) Ganges. By B[enjamin] Way, Ch. Ch., 1791; 67 (fol. 101) Britanni Africa Exploratores. By C[hristopher] Puller, Ch. Ch., 1793; 68 (fol. 104) Britanni Africa Exploratores. By W[illiam] Way, Ch. Ch., 1793; 69 (fol. 106) Howardus humanitatis causa peregrinans [1790]; 70 (fol. 109) Vis Magnetica. By [John Egerton] Rathbone, New ColI., 1798; 71 (fol. III) Fodinae, [1802]; 72 (fol. II3) Petrus Magnus. By [Charles] Abbot, Ch. Ch., 1777; 73 (fol. lis) Vis Electrica. By [William Wyndham] Grenville, Ch. Ch., 1779; 74 (fol. II8) In Mortem Jacobi Cook. By [Richard Viscount] Wellesley, Ch. Ch., 1780; 75 (fol. 120) Calpe Obsessa. By [William Lisle] Bowles, Trinity College, Oxford, 1783; 76 (fol. 125) Roma ab Alarico, Gothorum Rege, Spoliata. By [William] Benwell, Trinity College, Oxford, 1785; 77 (fol. 127) Fodinae. By [Christopher] Lipscomb, New ColI., 1802; 78 (fol. 129) Georgium Sidus. Poem beg: TaAoB v TO CP YYOS' dyautov opcpvas'. By Abr[aham] Moore, King's ColI., 1787; 79 (fol. 131) Bastilia expugnata. Poem beg: MQEA. d Ea1TcpwS' al S'. By [Edward] Maltby, Pembroke ColI., Cambridge, [1790 or 1791]; 80 (fol. 133) In Obiturn Jacobi Cook. Poem beg: NaVU'KA 'Ta JLaTEp dvauua 1TOVTOV. By [John Henry] Michell, King's ColI., 1780; 81 (fol. 134) Strages Insulis occidentalis Indiae nuper illata. Poem beg: KaMW'KOV MAOT' d,3, Mo,ua. By Joseph Goodall, King's ColI., 1781; 82 (fol. 135v) In Naufragium luctuosum Richardi Pierce. By A[braham] Moore, King's ColI., 1786; 83 (fol. 137) In obitum Jacobi Cook. By [Charles] Hayes, King's ColI., 1780; 84 (fol. 138) Parentalia Handeliana. By J[onathan] Raine, Trinity ColI., Cambridge, 1785; 85 (fol. 139) Mare liberum. By Robert [Percy] Smith, King's ColI., 1790 [1791]; 86 (fol. 140v) Graiis ingenium Graiis dedit ore rotundo Musa loqui. By [John) Keate, King's ColI., 1794; 87 2S

40 36 CATALOGUE OF MSS. TOP. OXON. (fo1. 142) Georgium Sidus. By [George] Selwyn [St. John's Coll., Cambridge], 1787; 88 (fol. 143) YO"T pov 7TPOT pov. By Uohn] Keate, King's ColI., 1793; 89 (fo1. 143v ) O~ TO p. ya. ~ lo"tl, TO 8 v p.eya. By [Francis] Wrangham, [Magdalene ColI.], 1787; 90 (fo1. I#) Ut res dant sese, ita magni atque humiles sumus. By [Jonathan] Raine, Trinity ColI., Cambridge, 1785; 91 (fol. I#v) Purpura vendit causidicum. [By? John Belcher] Clare ColI., 1792; 92 (fo1. 145) Simplex Munditiis. By George Caldwell, Jesus ColI., Cambridge, 1794; 93 (fo1. 145v) XP1J u yav, 7} ICp Uuova U ')'1JS A YEW. By William Frere, Trinity ColI., Cambridge, 1796; 94 (fol. 147) Lines on the dismissal of the Porter's wife or some such female from All Souls College (watermark 1801); 95 (fols. 141)-64) 6 exercises in Latin and I in English verse; 96 (fo1. 167) List of awards of Sir William Browne's Medals at Cambridge University with names of authors, and in some cases the titles, of Greek and Latin Odes and epigrams. ii+169 leaves. Given by F. Madan, 19i7' Formerly no in the auction catal. of the Heber Library and no in Sir T. Phillipps's library. Bought by Parker as lot 600 at Sotheby's, 21 June 1893 and from him by F. Madan in See also MSS. Top. Oxon. c. 219; d. 158, d. 162, d. 163; and e MS. Top. Oxon. c 'De academiis Oxon et Cantab', collections relating to the history of the Universities of Oxford and Cambridge made in the first half of the 18th cent., very largely (as a letter by H. Rashdall at fo1. ii states) taken from printed sources, such as Antony 11 Wood's History of Oxford. vi+49 leaves (32-end blank). Given by F. Madan, 1917, MS. Top. Oxon. c A collection of papers relating to Jacob Bobart and his family. a (fo1. 16) Lease dated 16 Apr of the Oxford Physic Garden by the Earl of Danby to Jacob Bobart with a transcript (published in The Morisonian Herbarium (1914),PP. xvi-xvii, by S. H. Vines and G. C. Druce); b (fo1. 20 a) Bobart pedigrees and biographical notes; c (fo1. 37) 'Copyes of Letters relateing to the Works at Blenheim in 1709 and 1710' written by the Duchess of Marlborough to [Tilleman] Bobart as clerk of the works between 1709 and 171 I; d (fo1. 58) Extracts taken from a cash book of Tilleman Bobart relating to the gardens at Blenheim, ; e (fol. 62) Copy of Tilleman Bobart's accounts (the original of which is MS. Top. Oxon. e. 294) for relating to the building and gardens at Blenheim; f (fol. 99) Biographical and genealogical notes on the Bobart family. Former owners were Prof. J. O. Westwood and Miss Swan. Inscribed on fol. I, 'chiefly Mr. Charles Richards' Collections' [in F. Madan's hand]. Given by F. Madan, 1917.

41 IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY 2' MS. Top. Oxon. c A Commonplace book started by John Watson of Brasenose College, Vicar of Prestbury, co. Chester (d. 1816) with a few later additions and some annotations by John Eglinton Bailey of Manchester (d. 1888). A series of the Chancellor's Prize poems and essays by Oxford men: a (p. I) On architecture [By Thomas Henry Lowth, Fellow of New ColI., 1776] (cf. MS. Top. Oxon. d. 163, fol. 92); b (p. 12) Calpe obsessa. By William Lisle Bowles, Trinity ColI. 1783; c (p. 17) On the affinity between painting and writing in point of composition. By [Henry] Addington [Visc. Sidmouth], Brasenose ColI., 1779; d (p. 27) The beneficial effects of inoculation. By [William] Lipscomb, C.C.C., 1772; e (p. 31) On sculpture. By John Grattan, New ColI., 1775; f (p. 43) Globus Aerostaticus. By James Pemberton, Brasenose ColI., Unsuccessful; g (p. 50) On the study of Antiquities. By Thomas Burgess, C.C.C., 1780 (all the above with the exception off have been printed: a, c, e, and g in Vol. I The Oxford English Prize Essays, pubished by D. A. Talboys, 1830; b in Vol. I Poemata in Theatro Sheldoniano recitata, published by J. Munday, 1810; d in Oxford Prize Poems, 7th ed. 1826); h (p. 67) Extract from the Morning Chronicle, Saturday, 7 June 1788, on Mr. Sheridan's speech at the trial of Warren Hastings; j(p. 72) 'On the death ofdr.lowth,bishop of London, from the Newspaper, called the World, Nov. 15th 1787'; k (p. 76) 'A sermon preached at the Cathedral Church of St. Paul, London before his Majesty and both Houses of Parliament on Thursday, April 23rd 1789 being. a general Thanksgiving, by Beilby Porteus, Lord Bishop of London'; 1 (p. 89) 'Ode on no Ode, by Peter Pindar Esq. 1790'; m (p. 90) 'The Proxy. Eng: Ch: Novr. 1793'; n (p. 93) 'Mr. Pitt's Will' [extracts], 1806; 0 (p. 94) The Prince of Wales's Letter after his dining with the Mayor and Corporation of Liverpool, 1806; p (p. 96) 'Delineation of Mrs. Legh's character'; q (p. 99) Yorkshire election. Final state of the Poll., 1807; r (p. 100) Extract from the Morning Chronicle 9 May 1808 on a 'learned gentleman who has just been elevated to the high office of a Privy Councillor': [a squib]; s (p. 270 rev.) A catechism for the Church of England 'Donum [Robert] Farington Soc. Aen. Nas. Oxon.' [M.A. 1784]. There are also some scattered epigrams and short pieces. vi+272 pages ( blank). Given by F. Madan, At one time owned by J. E. Bailey and after him by an unknown owner (p. 272 rev.). See also MS. Top. Oxon. c. 216, d , and e MS. Top. Oxon. c Miscellaneous poems, written in 18th cent., by Charles Brinsden of BaHiol College (B.A. 1729) (p. 29), the rest anonymous, viz., 'Knowledge, a poem most humbly presented to Mr. Auberry' (p. I), 'On the Prince [i.e. George II] not going in mourning for the Queen' (p. 14), 'On the Divine veracity' (p. 17), verses on a skull (p. 21), 'The Church, a Religious Satire' (p. 26). At p. 33 is an account of the riots in Oxford on 20 Sept

42 a8 CATALOGUE OF MSS. TOP. OXON. 34 leaves. Formerly Phillipps MS Given by F. Madan, MS. Top. Oxon. c. UI. Now MS. Top. Berks. c. 45. MS. Top. Oxon. c. zzz. 'Index to the Registers [which cover the years ] of the Parish of Culham.. and other notes relative to the Church and Parish' compiled by the Rev. W. J. Oldfield, Vicar of Culham (19II-17) and Prebendary of Lincoln. xix+709 leaves ( blank). Given by W. J. Oldfield, MS. Top. Oxon. c. zz3. 'A Roll' of 'persons who are willing to serve in the Bicester Volunteer. company of Infantry', I leaf. Bought, MS. Top. Oxon. c. zz4. Miscellaneous Oxfordshire legal papers, , including: a (fol. 26) (preceded by (fol. I) A summary by Percy Manning of the contents of) papers relating to the family of Wright of Oxford; b (fol. 95) Papers relating to the Curson family; c (fol. 117) Papers relating to Magdalen College land at Tubney, Berkshire, and at Cowley, Oxon. i leaves. Once owned by Philip Bliss and Sir Thomas Phillipps (MS ). Percy Manning bequest, MS. Top. Oxon. c. zz5. Receipts, letters, and accounts, written and relating to the estate of Charles Prickett, yeoman of Oxford (d. 1839). 32 leaves. Percy Manning bequest, MS. Top. Oxon. c. zz6. 'A translation oft[homasj Cole's collection of 16th and 17th cent. escheats for Oxfordshire... now forming nos. 756, 757, 758, 759, 760, 410 and 41 I of the Harleian MSS. deposited in the British Museum' with an alphabetical index of names at fol. 2. Written about xv+47 leaves (fols. iiv-xv, 31--end blank). Formerly 'Caley MSS. Catal. 2235' (fol. ii), Phillipps MS 'From Mr. Dunkin's of Bromley Collection' (fol. xvv). Percy Manning bequest, MS. Top. Oxon. c. zz7. Papers, printed and written in , relat~ ing to the Star, Angel, and King's Head inns, Oxford, including (fol. 9) ground plans of the Star and King's Head and of the Angel in r829 and

43 IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY 29 (fol. 30) a printed ground-plan of the Angel included in a prospectus of its sale in ii+37 leaves. Percy Manning bequest, MS. Top. Oxon. c The rental book of the estates of the Draper family in Deddington, Adderbury, and Nether Worton, with the names of tenants, farms, rents paid, &c leaves. Formerly Phillipps MS Percy Manning bequest, MS. Top. Oxon. c A collection of papers, including a (fol. I) Papers relating to the appointment and fees of apparitors in the Diocese of Oxford, ; b (fol. 25) Letter of Edward Pearson, 2 Aug. 1766, concerning the appointment of John Hume [Bishop of Oxford ] to the bishopric of Salisbury; c (fol. 27) Nomination of John Winter as curate of Hook Norton by Hender Mounsteven, 21 May 1767; d (fol. 29) Order of the Attorney-General concerning financial matters in dispute between the minister and churchwardens of Stanton St. John and Sir Thomas D'Oyly and others, I Feb. 1748; e (fol. 30) Petition and order concerning removal of Moss Bradford his wife and children from Hanwell, Middlesex to East Adderbury 20 Feb. 1817; f (fol. 32) Copy of depositions in case between George Owen of W olvercote and the commonalty of Oxford concerning common pasture called Cripley and Port Meadow, 20 Sept. 1523; g (fol. 33) Printed copy of oath of freeman of Oxford, Thomas Bardgett, 14 May 1768; h (fol. 37) Admission of John Purnell as Warden of New College and Act of Admission of same, 13 Sept. 1740; i (fol. 40) Draft letter of resignation of Shute Barrington as Canon of Christ Church, 1768; k (fol. 43) Draft letter of resignation of Henry Bathurst as Canon of Christ Church, 1795; I (fol. 46) Petition of William Henchman [Vice-President of Magdalen College, 1745] against the refusal of the college to elect him bursar; m (fol. 51) Draft consent of the Visitor of Corpus Christi College [Benjamin Hoadly] to arrangements for leave of absence of Disciple-Masters, 19 July 1755; n (fol. 52) Papers concerning the inclosure at Hook Norton, , including (fol. 74) an annotated copy of the printed Bill; 0 (fol. 92) land in Mongewell sold to [Shute Barrington] Bishop of Durham, 1805; p (fol. 97) Signed order of John Townsend, Mayor of Oxford, for removal of a woman from Oxford to Knowle, Warwickshire, 4 May 1694; T (fol. 99) Agreement between John Patterson and Samuel Paget, junior to sell a brewery and public houses in Yarmouth, 7 Jan i+ioi leaves. Percy Manning bequest, MS. Top. Oxon. c Detailed accounts of the sums 'Paid by Mr.

44 30 CATALOGUE OF MSS. TOP. OXON. Henry Joynes' at Blenheim 'Castle' [palace] on building, landscapegardening, &c., Oct.-Dec At fo1. 15 are Latin and English copies of the inscription on the Blenheim obelisk. i+47 leaves. Percy Manning bequest, MS. Top. Oxon. c Certificates, indentures, and other papers relating to the administration of the poor law in the parish of Ewelme, Oxfordshire, being mainly poor law certificates issued by the churchwardens and overseers of the poor and signed by justices of the peace, ' i+52 leaves. Given by the Rev. J. A. Dodd, Rector of Ewelme, MSS. Top. Oxon. c. 232, f. 38. Collections relating to the Allnutt family made by W. H. Allnuq in the second half of the 19th cent. c Genealogical tables, letters, press cuttings, &c. about the Allnutt family of Ipsden, Oxon. and Sutton Courtenay, Berks., derived from parish registers, deeds, grants, charters, &c. 493 leaves. f. 38. Extracts mainly from printed sources relating to the genealogy of the Allnutt family. i+iio leaves. See also MS. Eng. Inisc. f. 31, Notebook of W. H. Allnutt containing material for history of the Allnutt fainily and MS. Eng. hist. c. 122, extracts from Cal. State Papers and notes from India Office records relating to Richard Allnutt's voyages to the East Indies, Bought MS. Top. Oxon. c Transcripts made about 1918 by Lord Moreton and the Rev. R. Colquhoun Faithfull, Rector of Peakirk, Peterborough, of the Sarsden parish register (fols. 8-41), and register of marriages (fols ), and of the Churchill parish register (fols ). ii leaves. See also MSS. Top. Oxon. d and d Given by the Rev. E. J. F. Johnson, Rector of Saisden cum Churchill, 1918 MS. Top. Oxon. c Extracts from Balliol College archives and MS. Twyne 4, made by Dr. Charles Shadwell, H. E. Salter, and others, c , relating to the foundation of the Divinity School at Oxford in 1427 and the question of its site: together with a note on its dimensions and 3 ground plans. ii+14 leaves. Given by Dr. Charles Shadwell to F. Madan 1909 and by him to the Library, See also Oxoniensia, xxi (1956),

45 IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY 31 MS. Top. Oxon. c The accounts of an Oxford tavern, written about 1506 and beginning 'ista servisia erat portata die Marcurii (m) prox. post f[estum sa]ncti Bartholomei apostoli', and giving names of customers with those of heads of colleges and halls in a separate column. Among these occur such entries as 'My llorde off london' (fol. 3, &c.) and 'My lorde of harford' (fol. 3, &c.). i+161eaves. Formerly the binding of EE. 2 Art Seld. MS. Top. Oxon. c Oxford University miscellanea, printed and manuscript, , including a (fol. I) Fragment of battel book of Oriel College, c ; b (fol. 2) A bill for horse harness, c. 1685, passed for payment by Robert Say (d. 1691), Provost of Oriel; c (fol. 5) 'A Catalogue of the Philosophical Apparatus belonging to the Revd. Dr [Thomas] Hornsby of Oxford' [reader in Experimental Philosophy, ] made for valuation by Edward Nairne, 10 Nov. 1790; d (fol. 13) Verses spoken by Lord John Beresford, Christ Church, at the Encaenia 4 July 1793, written by [George] Canning [B.A., Ch. Ch., cf. MS. Top. Oxon. d. 163, fol. 27Sv]; e (fol. 15) Verses intended to have been spoken at the Encaenia by the Duke of Portland [as Chancellor, 1793] (but suppressed), by [William] Crowe, New College; f (fol. 16) Verses by Cyril Jackson, Dean of Christ Church, endorsed 'Oxford Encaenia 1793'; g (fol. 18) Verses spoken by the Hon. [Thomas James] Twisleton [St. Mary Hall] at the installation of the Duke of Portland [as Chancellor], July 1793 (cf. MS. Top. Oxon. d. 163, fol. 282v); h (fol. 20) Note on the exclusion of Mathematics from the examination in fitms humanioribus, [1809] and the institution of classes;j (fol. 2 I) Letter of Rev. Hames] Bordman [Fellow of Oriel College, ] of Ickham Rectory, Wingham, Kent, to Rev. Edward Hawkins [Fellow and subsequently Provost] of Oriel College concerning payment of debt owed to the college, 7 Apr. 1818; k (fol. 23) Letter of B[aden] Powell [Savillian professor of Geometry] to the Provost of Oriel concerning mathematical studies, 2 Nov. 1833; 1 (fol. 25) Papers and letters addressed to Dr. Charles Shadwell, Provost of Oriel College relating to clerical restrictions on college fellowships, 1880; m (fol. 62) Extract from will of Rev. Albert Watson, Fellow of Brasenose College (d. 1904); n (fol. 71) Letters and printed papers of 1907 on 'The Needs of Oxford University' including (fol. 72) a statement of the defects and requirements of the Bodleian Library; 0 (fol. 83) Letters and notes of 1908 collected by Dr. Charles Shadwell, Provost of Oriel College, relating to the arms of the City of Oxford with photographs of the old and new arms; p (fol. 107) Table of moveable feasts calculated for Clarendon Press, ;q(fol. IIO) Plan(t- scale) of muniment room in town hall, Oxford, i + II 3 leaves. Given by Rev. L. R. Phelps, Provost of Oriel College, 1918.

46 32 CATALOGUE OF MSS. TOP. OXON. MS. Top. Oxon. c Collections, consisting largely of letters from G. O. Bellewes to P. Manning, on the Oxfordshire family of Goodwin, 1904-S iii+ 69 leaves. Percy Manning bequest, MS. Top. Oxon. c Papers relating to the blue-coat school at Banbury, : a (fol. 1) Accounts from 1797; b (fol. 41) Receipts for purchases of government annuities, accounts, &c., ; c (fol. 66) Letters, ; d (fol. 80) Bills and receipts, ; e (fol. 109) Printed and MS. indentures of apprenticeship of boys leaving school, i+1sl leaves. Given by the Rev. B. W. Bradford, MS. Top. Oxon. c A copy made by C. W. Hurst in 1914 of a transcript from the original parish register of Fritwell, ISS8-1681, made in 1908 by H. Hurst. i + 49 leaves. Given by C. W. Hurst, MSS. Top. Oxon. c An index to the parish registers of Shiptonunder-Wychwood, , compiled by the Rev. W. J. Oldfield, Vicar of Shipton, c. 1919, and arranged as follows: c vol. 1 Alice-Hartley. =+734 pages. c vol. 2 Heal-Stampe. ii+820 pages. c vol. 3 Toms-Younge (pp ) followed by historical notes on the vicarage, church, parish, and neighbourhood of Shipton, to which there is an index at the beginning of vol. I. ii+816 pages, 698-end blank. Given by Canon W. J. Oldfield, MSS. Top. Oxon. c (= R ). Catalogue of prints and drawings in the Bodleian Library relating to Oxford and Oxfordshire, Berkshire, and Buckinghamshire, compiled by W. P. Ellis, c The City and University, with a table of contents and list (fol. iii) of principal volumes indexed. xiv+410 pages. The contents of this volume, except some items on pp and (caricatures), are incorporated in the card-index of Oxford views. c The diocese: Oxfordshire (fol. 1), Berkshire (fol. 77), Buckinghamshire (fol. 144), with a list (fol. iv) of the principal volumes indexed. i+192 leaves. This catalogue has been largely superseded by the card-index of drawings of Oxfordshire, Berkshire, and Buckinghamshire begun in Given by W. P. Ellis, 1919.

47 IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY 33 MS. Top. Oxon. c. z45. Extracts from the Lincoln episcopal registers of institutions in Oxford archdeaconry, , copied by 'A. Go', 1889, with some additional notes made by C. M. Wadsworth in about 1894 (fo1. 207). i+210 leaves. Given by the Rev. H. E. Salter, MSS. Top. Oxon. c. Z46, d. ZOI-4. Collections written and made, mainly in early 20th cent., by P. Manning on sports and pastimes in Oxford and neighbourhood. c a (fols. I, 25, 107) Three drafts of an essay by P. Manning on sports and pastimes in 17th-cent. Oxford, the last printed in Oxf. Hist. Soc.lxxv (1923),85-135; b (fo1. 175) Paper by Professor C. H. Firth on 17th-cent. undergraduates, partly printed in Oriel Record, ii ( ), , i+207 leaves. d Sports and pastimes pursued in Oxford and neighbourhood down to about 1850, arranged alphabetically: Angling-Cocking. i+489 leaves. d The same. Coursing-Tennis and (fol. 464) miscellanea. i+494 leaves. d The same. Hunting and (fo1. 183) Horse-racing. ii+4131eaves. d Draft of an essay on 17th-cent. sports in Oxfordshire. i+84 leaves. Percy Manning bequest, MSS. Top. Oxon. c , d. ZZI-3, e Eleven volumes relating to the work of the Belgian Refugee Committee, , in providing for expatriated Belgians at Oxford during the First World War. c A register giving the names and occupations of Belgian women and notes of their employment in Oxford in Indexed at fo1. I. i+l051eaves. c The same of Belgian men. Index at fo1. I. ii+131 leaves. c Papers relating to the registration (fo1. I) and repatriation of the refugees, composed of printed forms (fo1. 22), photographs, and correspondence (fo1. 117). i+431 leaves. d Minutes of the committee's meetings, 3 Jan Nov (Minute book III). 124 leaves (33-50 and 53-end blank). d Do., 31 Dec Feb (Minute book IV). i+95 leaves (33-50 and 53-end blank). d Day-book of the committee, 10 Nov Jan ii+ 212 leaves. e Minutes of the meetings of a sub-committee for education, 19 Jan Dec ii+80 leaves (38-end blank). e An index of the minutes of the committee, with miscellaneous notes at fol. 83v 85 leaves (many blank). e Minutes of the meetings of a sub-committee for lodgings and houses, 2 Nov Sept i+131 (80-end blank). e Minutes ofthe committee's meetings, 9 Sept Mar (Minute book I). ii+i26 pages. B 8972 D

48 34 CATALOGUE OF MSS. TOP. OXON. e Do., 26 Mar Jan (Minute book II). I II leaves. Given by Miss E. Price, MS. Top. Oxon. c. 250 (= R. Top. 726). 'Index to the Clergy whose Ordination, Institution, Resignation, Licence or Death is recorded in the Diocesan registers of the Diocese of Oxford from the foundation of the See in 1542 to the end of July 1908, by William John Oldfield D.D., Prebendary of St. Mary Crackpool in Lincoln Minster and Vicar of Culham in this Diocese 1915' (fol. 7), followed by 'Index to the Parishes in the County and original Diocese of Oxford with list of Incumbents of each from the foundation of the see in 1542 so far as they are recorded in the Diocesan Registers' (fol. 400). 554 leaves (508-end blank). Given by the compiler, MSS. Top. O:x:on. c. 251-'], d (= R. Top ). Volumes of extracts, mainly from printed sources, made in by C. M. Neale and arranged chronologically with a large number of notes and appendixes relating to the history and antiquities of Oxford. Each of the first 5 volumes has a short index. c Annals from A.D. 700 to IlOO. Ixxii+216 pages. c Annals, IlOI pages. c Annals, pages. c Annals, pages. c Annals, pages. c Annals, pages. c Annals, pages. d Two notebooks bound together, being extracts from printed sources made for the volumes c : a 'Head Notes', b 'Chronological Abstract', pages ( blank). d Extracts from printed sources (Hearne's Diaries, Gentleman's Magazine, &c.) pages. Given by the executors of C. M. Neale, MS. Top. Oxon. c Two papers on the history of Oxford by Maj. Gen. G. Rigaud, : a (fol. I) 'The University and City'; b (fol. 8) 'Butler Service at the Coronation of the Kings of England by the Mayor of Oxford'; c (fol. 23) Article by Rigaud on 'Dr. Demainbray and the King's Observatory at Kew' in The Observatory, 2 Oct leaves. Belonged to the Rev. W. D. Macray. Bought, MS. Top. Oxon. c A. (fol. I). Fragments in Latin, written in 17th cent. and partly relating to the Chancellor's and Vice-Chancellor's courts. B. (fol. 10). Latin speeches of public orators presenting the following for honorary degrees: Charles Moore, 6 July 1768 (fol. 10); Friedrich

49 IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY 35 Wilhelm, Crown Prince of Wiirtemberg, Carl Graf von Zeppelin, and Ernst Eugen, Baron von Goerlitz, 2 May 1797 (fol. 12); George, Earl of Macclesfield and John Fane, M.P., 28 June 1797 (fol. 16). iii+25 leaves (fols. I8-end blank). Given by F. Madan, MS. Top. Oxon. c Yearly lists of members of Jesus College, Oxford, , compiled from the buttery books by the Rev. Andrew Clark, c leaves (57-72, 81-end blank). Given by the executors of the Rev. A. Clark, MS. Top. Oxon. c A lecture given to an Oxford audience on II Mar by 'Dr Emil Busch' (George Edinger of Balliol College) on 'Freud and the new psychology'. i + II leaves. Presented by D. Macgregor, MS. Top. Oxon. c A copy (mainly in one hand of the early 17th cent.) of the visitation of Oxfordshire made in 1574 by Richard Lee, Portcullis, more or less as printed in Harleian Soc. v (1871), followed by miscellaneous 17th-cent. additions (fol. 60v), the pedigrees of the Irish family of Lench, of Poynitz (fol. 66v), of Doyley (fol. 70), and the coats of arms in trick of a number of Oxfordshire families (fol. 73). At fol. viii there is John Speed's map of Oxfordshire, 1605, at fol. x an alphabetical index of family names, and at fol. 149 an ordinary of arms. xvi+154 leaves ( blank). Fols appear to be almost identical in contents with MS. Rylands c. 6, fols and with MS. Rylands c. 16, fols. 3-71, and in part with MS. Wood D. 7(4). Bought at Sotheby's sale, Lot 344, 10 July Bookplate of Sir C. G. Young, Garter, who has written a note (fol. iv) giving S. Martin Leake, Garter, and his son J. Martin Leake, Chester, as previous owners. MS. Top. Oxon. c. 263' Correspondence connected with the Roger Bacon Commemoration, The printed papers are contained in G.A. Oxon. c i leaves. Presented by F. Madan, MS. Top. Oxon. c Caricatures drawn in about 1890 by Max Beerbohm of Arthur Sidgwick, Ingram Bywater, the Hon. G. C. Brodrick and the Very Rev. H. G. Liddell. At fol. 5 have been added photographs of caricatures by Max Beerbohm of G. R. Scott and the Rev. G. N. Freeling. 6 leaves. Found in the Library, 1923.

50 CATALOGUE OF MSS. TOP. OXON. MS. Top. Oxon. c A guard-book, including inter alia: a (fol. I) Papers relating to the siege of Oxford, ; b (fol. 10) Notes on the county borough of Oxford by Alderman the Rev. J. Carter, 1922; c (fol. 24) Determination by referees, Vincent Barry and Richard Crooke, of a cause in the High Court of Chancery between Lincoln College and the parishioners of All Saints in Oxford concerning the leases of the Maidenhead and Swanborne Inns, 19 Sept. 1655; d (fol. 26) Letter signed by [Henry Hastings, Earl of] Huntingdon addressed to the Mayor and Aldermen of Oxford concerning the hearing of a case before the King's Bench, 10 Apr. 1627; e (fol. 28) Letter from Francis Walsingham to the Dean and Chapter of Christ Church, Oxford, extending the licence of [Peter] Copley student of Christ Church to remain overseas, 1581;f (fol. 30) Letter from J. Conybeare, when Dean of Christ Church, about a visit from the Prince of Orange, I Mar. 1734; g (fol. 32) Letter from John Kent of Christ Church about the soldiers in Oxford, 10 May 1659; h (fol. 33) Notes on St. Peter'sin-the-East by John Gutch; j (fol. 36) Letter from W. Low of Speen, Apparitor to P. Walsh, Registrar, re"cording the death of Rev. George Wyld, Vicar of Chieveley, Berks., 2 Jan. 1837; k (fol. 38) Ink and wash drawing of mural monument to Mirabella Houlton in Witney church, 1750; I (fol. 39) Water-colour drawing of mural monument to Anthony Wood in Merton College chapel, 1695 [cf. Oxf. Hist. Soc. xxvi (1894),499 and frontispiece]; m (fol. 44) Songs for the Oxford Act, c. 1700, the Latin song beg: 'Jam resurgit divus', and the English song beg: 'Ormond's glory, Marlborough's arms' (cf. MS. Mus. Sch. c , e. 452); n (fol. 48) Letter of recommendation to [John Henry] Newman of a Roman Catholic student coming to Oxford from New Zealand, 22 June 1866; 0 (fol. 49) Copy of certificate granting M.A. by decree of Convocation to William Wyndham Bradley, demy of Magdalen College [1848]; P (fol. 52) Letter to the Vice-Chancellor from the Chancellor, Lord Grenville, giving consent for John Mitford of New College to proceed to the degree of B.A., 8 June 1825; q (fol. 54) Act Letter to the Vice-Chancellor from the Chancellor, Lord Grenville, giving dispensation from holding the Public Act, 14 Apr. 1828; r (fol. 56) Transcript of a letter from Humphrey, Duke of Gloucester, to Alphonso V of Aragon, 1445, from MS. Vat. lat. 5221, fol. 131v; S (fo!. 58) Notes on early drawings and engravings of Christ Church by W. H. Black; t (fol. 59) Note relating to the Clarendon Press, c. 1720; U (fol. 60) Note on proposal to add new rooms and provide funds for the conservation and increase of the collection in the Ashmolean Museum, initialed P. B. D[uncan, Keeper ]; v (fol. 64) Summons to elect a Chaplain Fellow of Balliol College, 1754, with the seal of the college; w (fol. 66) Papers relating to the building of Blenheim and to work in the gardens, ; x (fol. 91) Record of case before King's Bench, Easter Term, 36 Charles II [1684] 'information against William Wright, alderman of Oxford, for libel', incomplete, with a rough and imperfect transcript; y (fol. 144) Papers relating to instruction in physiology in Oxford, 1884; z (fol. 148) Act Letter to the Vice-Chancellor from the

51 IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY 37 Chancellor, Duke of Wellington, giving dispensation from holding the Public Act, 8 Apr. 1839; aa (fol. 150v) Pedigrees of Simeons or Simons and Weld; bb (fol. 152) Proceedings of the court of the Manor of Minigrove [Maidensgrove near Watlington] belonging to Thomas and James Weld (cf. MS. Top. Oxon. d. 238, fo1. 52); cc (fo1. 158) 'Isocrates', a Greek oration delivered by A. B. Poynton in University College, 25 Jan. 1928; dd (fol. 181) Agreement of James Miller with his publishers in respect of his comedy 'The humours of Oxford', 1729; ee (fol. 183) Letters from the University of Oxford congratulating the Royal College of Medicine on its tercentenary, 1928, and condoling with the University of Cambridge on the death of its Chancellor, the Earl of Balfour, 1930, and an oration presenting the Duke of York for an honorary degree, 1928, all composed by A. B. Poynton, public orator;!f(fol. 188) Chancellor's Latin prize poem for 1782, 'Columbus', by John James of The Queen's College (cf. MS. Top. Oxon. c. 216, fol. 35, Bliss B. 418(13), and Oxf.Hist. Soc. ix(1887), 206 and 28);gg(fo1. 193) 'Typographeum Clarendonianum', a Latin poem signed 'Yalden' [Edmund Yalden of Corpus Chris1i College, c ] addressed on the outside to John Napleton, [Probationer-] fellow of the same college [1715]' i+195 leaves. Bought, MS. Top. Oxon. c Collections relating to Cowley, Oxon. At fo1. 2 are 'plates by W. Plowman after Herbert Hurst' [drawings of Cowley church], and 2 drawings of Temple Cowley manor by J. V. Richardson, and at fol. 33 notes by Herbert Hurst and W. Plowman. 19th cent. 109 leaves. Bought, MS. Top. Oxon. c See h , p. 9. MSS. Top. Oxon. c , c. 297, c. 303, d. 245, e , e Papers relating to the cholera epidemic in Oxford, There is a brief inventory of these papers in c. 268 at fo1. 3. c Reports of cases of cholera by medical men, and payments: a (fol. 98) Accounts of expenditure of the cholera hospital; b (fol. 201) Accounts of expenditure of the observation house. 369 leaves. c Inventories of goods at the cholera hospital; a (fo1. 43) Lists of doctors, nurses, litter-bearers, &c., and of the hospital and observation house committees; b (fo1. 95) Miscellaneous correspondence; c (fol. 138) Reports of Dr. Twycross to the board of health; d (fo1. 159) Proceedings against offenders, and other papers. 206 leaves. c General account book of the hospital and of the observation house. 50 leaves. c Minute-book of the Oxford board of health, 8 Nov July leaves. c Minute-book of the Oxford board of health, 8 July Mar leaves.

52 CATALOGUE OF MSS. TOP. OXON. c Daily returns of cholera cases made by medical men to the Oxford board of health during the epidemic of leaves. c Tabular view of the cases of cholera morbus under the superintendence of the Oxford board of health, 24 June-28 November leaves. d Papers, 1832, including: a (fol. I) Receipted bills of St. Bartholomew's convalescent hospital; b (fol. 96) Account of expenditure on lime washing; c (fol. 147) Nursing accounts; d (fol. 240) Funeral expenses; e (fol. 321) Goods destroyed; f (fol. 358) Payments to litterbearers, &c.; g (fol. 413) Miscellaneous accounts; h (fol. 472) Printing accounts. 510 leaves. e 'Subscriptions in aid and furtherance of the measures necessary for the preventing (under God's blessing) of the spreading of spasmodic cholera in Oxford and the suburbs and generally for the protection of the public health.' 36 leaves (fols blank), 38 leaves (fols blank), and 37 leaves (fols blank). e 'Account of nuisances removed or abated'; sanitary precautions in the various Oxford parishes. IIS leaves. e 'Register of deaths and recoveries from 30 June 1832 to 28 Nov ' 44 leaves (fols blank). c Daily numerical returns of cholera cases made by the Oxford board of health to the Central board, 2 JulY-28 Nov leaves. Given by the Committee of the Radcliffe Infirmary, MSS. Top. Oxon. c 'Mr. T. Blowfield's admeasurement of the streets and lanes' of Oxford, giving the names of occupiers or owners and their premises, with assessment of rates for paving and lighting, c.i77o-80. c leaves (33-43 blank). c leaves (35-46 blank). Morrell collection. Bought, MSS. Top. Oxon. c Account books of the supervisors of the Oxford highways, 3 volumes. c leaves. c leaves (IIS-20S blank). c leaves ( blank). Morrell collection. Bought, MS. Top. Oxon. c Acts of the Oxford street commissioners, 1771-f), with miscellaneous papers relating to the cleansing (fol. 262) and lighting of the streets. 272 leaves. Morrell collection. Bought, 1925.

53 IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY 39 MS. Top. Oxon. c Accounts and other papers relating to repairs to Magdalen Bridge and to the improvement and maintenance of the eastern approaches to Oxford, , 101 leaves. Morrell collection. Bought, MS. Top. Oxon. c Miscellaneous papers, for the most part relating to the parliamentary representation of the City of Oxford, contributions of parliamentary representatives to Oxford charities, &c., and their expenses at the Oxford races, leaves. Morrell collection. Bought, MS. Top. Oxon. c Miscellaneous papers relating to the election of John Atkyns Wright as a Member of Parliament for the City of Oxford in leaves. Morrell collection. Bought, MS. Top. Oxon. c Papers relating to the administration of the poor law in Oxford including inter alia: a (fo1. 3) Printed copy of the Act of I I Geo. III for better regulating the poor within the City of Oxford; b (fo1. 27) 'A plan for establishing an insurance office by the corporation of guardians of the united parishes in Oxford', 18th cent.; c (fo1. 36) Printed copy of the Act of 17 & 18 Viet. repealing a; d (fo1. 56) Extract (pp of The Builder, 4 Feb. 1865) concerning the building of 'Oxford New Workhouse', on north side of Cowley Road, with plan and perspective view, W. Fisher, architect. 170 leaves. Morrell collection. Bought, MS. Top. Oxon. c An alphabetieallist of persons made free of the City of Oxford, , showing the mayoralty in whieh they were made free. At fo1. 56 is an additional list of noblemen and gentlemen made freemen, leaves. Morrell collection. Bought, MS. Top. Oxon. c Transcripts, written in the 18th cent. and inaccurate, of documents relating to Port Meadow and (fo1. 26v) of wills

54 CATALOGUE OF MSS. TOP. OXON. and deeds of gift of benefactors to the University and City of Oxford. The fiy-ieaves are part of a lease of the Star and Garter, Oxford, leaves (56-70 blank). Morrell collection. Bought, MS. Top. Oxon. c Audits of expenditure of the City of Oxford , followed by the rent-roll of the University and City, 1802 (fol. 73), and notes of benefactions to Oxford charities, and other papers (fol. 86). 109 leaves. Morrell collection. Bought, MS. Top. Oxon. c Papers relating to the Royal Commission for inquiring into the University of Oxford (1850): a (fol. 3) copies of questionnaires issued by the Commissioners; b (fol. 13) Notes of acts of the Crown, of the Archbishop of Canterbury, of the Bishop of Lincoln, and of the Papal Legate in regard to the University of Oxford; c (fol. 67) Notes of compilations of the University statutes; d (fol. 69) Index to records in the appendix to John Ayliffe's The Ancient and Present State of the University of Oxford, 1714, vol. 2. (See Report of Oxford University Commission, 1852 (R. 6. fol. 9).) 77 leaves. Morrell collection. Bought, MS. Top. Oxon. c Transcripts of charters and acts relating to Brasenose College, Oxford, leaves. Morrell collection. Bought, MS. Top. Oxon. c Transferred to Oxon. County Record Office. MS. Top. Oxon. c See b. 122, p. 12. MS. Top. Oxon. c A miscellaneous collection of papers relating to Oxfordshire, , including inter alia: a (fol. 8) 'Horses entered to run on Seven Downs near Burford', 3-6 Sept (printed); b (fol. II) Muster roll of the Watlington division of the Oxfordshire gentlemen and yeomanry cavalry, I Apr. 18 5, of the Pyrton Hundred company of volunteer infantry, 1805 (foj. 14), and of the Oxfordshire yeomanry, 1805 (fol. 21); C (fol. 18) Commissions to Charles James Preedy, 1830, and to Thomas Robert Winter, 1831 (fol. 24), as lieutenants in the Oxfordshire militia; d (fol. 33) Printed lists of the acting ma&istrates of the County of Oxford, 1873, of persons exempted from

55 IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY 41 service on juries, 1866 (fol. 38), of benefactions to the county prison, 1872 (fol. 41), and of inclosure awards, 1869 (fol. 57). 93 leaves. Morrell collection. Bought, MSS. Top. Oxon. c Transferred to axon. County Record Office. MS. Top. Oxon. c 'The booke of the expenses of D. Cranmer, Latymer, and Ridley, for the tyme of their imprysonment in Oxford and of their execution' transcribed from Cambr., C.C.C. MS. 128, pp iii+72 leaves. Morrell collection. Bought, MS. Top. Oxon. c Papers, of which most contain references to Joseph Chapman, President of Trinity ( ), and Vice-Chancellor (1784-8): a (fol. 3) Account of a visit of George III to Nuneham, Oxford, and Blenheim, Aug. 1786; b (fol. 16) Extract from The Musical Tour of Mr Dibdin (Sheffield, 1788); c (fol. 21) Miscellaneous verses, some by members of Trinity College, and including 3 by Richard Mant ( ) afterwards Bishop of Down, Connor, and Dromore, c (fols. 21, 27, and 29), and 1 by William Benwell, fellow, 1793 (fol. 25). 54 leaves. Morrell collection. Bought, MS. Top. Oxon. c See c ,]2, p. 37- MS. Top. Oxon. c Fragmentary Visitation of Oxfordshire, in narrative form, with' arms in trick, iv+36 leaves (24-end blank). Armorial bookplate of F. A. Crisp. Bought, MSS. Top. Oxon. c The Antient and Present State of the City of Oxford.. by Mr Anthony a Wood; with Additions by the Rev. Sir J. Peshall, bart. (London, 1773), in 2 volumes, extra-illustrated and with many MS. additions, and an appendix of prints, drawings, transcripts of inscriptions, &c. Printed and written in the 18th and 19th cent. There is an index to the contents of both volumes at vol. I, fol. I, 332 and 246 leaves. 'J. E. Robinson, Chieveley vicarage, Berks. 1848'. Morrell collection. Bought, 1925.

56 42 CATALOGUE OF MSS. TOP. OXON. MS. Top. Oxon. c. 301 (R). Drawing of 'the south-east prospect of the university and city of Oxford'. In pen and wash by S. Buck in 18th cent. Bought, MS. Top. Oxon. c Transcripts of passages relating to the University of Oxford in the following MSS.: Brit. Mus. Cotto Cleop. E. ii, Faust. A. V. and C. vii, Tib. A. x, Vitello E. x, Harl. 4383, Roy. 10 B. ix and 12 D. xi, Lambeth 2II, 221, and 245, P.R.O. Ancient Correspondence, &c., York Reg. Melton, Vatican Reg. Lett. 158 and Lord Harlech's MS. 'Liber epistolaris Ricardi de Bury'. 20th cent. 235 leaves. Partly bought, 1925, and partly given by S. Gibson, MS. Top. Oxon. c See c , p. 38. MS. Top. Oxon. C Now MS. Facs. C. 2. MS. Top. Oxon. C Collections for the history of Godstow Nunnery made in the 18th-20th cent., including photographs prints, transcripts, extracts from printed books and printed pamphlets. At fol. 114 are notes by Herbert Hurst, Dec. 1886, relating in part to the excavations at Godstow in leaves. Bookplate (with crest) of William Plowman on inside cover; stamp of F. Madan (fol. I). Bought, MS. Top. Oxon. c Transcript of the churchwardens' accounts of Bodicote, , with indexes, by C. W. Hurst. xxii+163 leaves. Given by C. W. Hurst, MS. Top. Oxon. c Collections made by Sir John Peshall, chiefly from printed books but with some references to the Dodsworth MSS. (S. C ), for the history of the parishes of Steeple, Middle and North Aston, Somerton, Fritwell, Hardwick cum Tusmore, Souldern, Weston on the Green, Hethe, Ardley, Stoke Lyne cum Bainton and Bucknell cum Saxinton. 18th cent. ii+i67 leaves. Bought, MS. Top. Oxon. c. 308 a, h. Transcript of Registrum Aaa of the Oxford University Archives, in 2 volumes, written by G. Parker, C ii+247 and leaves. Given by S. Gibson, 1927.

57 IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY 43 MS. Top. Oxon. c Papers of Mountague Bernard, Professor of International Law in the University of Oxford, relating to: a (fo1. 2) The 1866 Ordinance concerning Christ Church; b (fo1. 33) The foundation of the professorship of international law and diplomacy in Oxford; c (fo1. 63) The question of University Extension, and a few other miscellaneous pieces. 78 leaves. Given by F. Madan, MS. Top. Oxon. c. 310 (= R ). See S.C MS. Top. Oxon. c. 3II. The Burford Script, papers put together by Francis Naish, , containing messages obtained by use of a magic circle, purporting to come from Simon Wisdom, founder of Burford grammar school, Anthony Sedley, a prisoner in Burford in 1649, and others, together with notes on them. 82 leaves. Given by F. Naish, MSS. Top. Oxon. c Two volumes of sketches to illustrate old Oxford, collected by Herbert Hurst about See F. Madan's note in B.Q.R. v (1928), 283-4' c a (fo1. 2) Mainly 'Houses in Oxford'; b (fo1. 25) Buildings 'in the neighbourhood of Oxford'; c (fol. 79v) 'Rough sketches of buildings in Oxford collected for an architectural history of Old Oxford'. 213 leaves. c Continues c. 312, mixing with them similar sketches of buildings in the neighbourhood of Oxford. There is an index to the 2 volumes at fo leaves. Given by C. Hurst, and Miss Gladys Hurst, MS. Top. Oxon. c Miscellaneous Oxford University accounts, including matriculation and degree fees, Bodleian expenditure, Registrar's account, accounts with printers, plumbers, mainly for the years A letter from Richard Hewitt, the last surviving member of the first Hertford College, 17 Oct. 1825, is at fo leaves. Given by Dr. R. W. Chapman, MSS. Top. Oxon. c b. Six volumes containing New College bursary papers, bills, and receipts relating partly to rents and dues, partly to emoluments and trust funds, but mainly domestic accounts, e.g. for services, materials, upkeep, &c. c. II5. (Vol. 1) leaves. c. 1I6. (Vol. 2) leaves. c. 1I7. (Vol. 3) At fo are some bills for military uniforms purchased by members of the college. 279 leaves. c. 1I8. (Vol. 4) leaves.

58 44 CATALOGUE OF MSS. TOP. OXON. c (Vol. 5) leaves. c. 119b. (Vol. 6) III leaves. Given by the Rev. J. G. Chester, MSS. Top. Oxon. c See b. 129""62, p. 14. MS. Top. Oxon. c. 323 (= R ). 'Parochial index (Oxfordshire) to some manuscripts in the Bodleian Library', namely to certain classes of documents in MSS. Oxford Diocesan Papers, Top. Oxon., and Archdeaconry Papers Oxon. It also includes material in MSS. Archdeaconry Papers Bucks. relating to Oxfordshire peculiars. Compiled by Canon W. J. Oldfield in 1929, and subsequently added to. 408 leaves (6-13 and 348-end blank). Given by Canon W. J. Oldfield, MS. Top. Oxon. c 'List of drawings of buildings in Oxford and places in Oxfordshire' contained in the Buckler collection in the British Museum (Add. MSS , , ), with an alphabetical index of place names (fol. IIo), compiled by S. Walrond, ii leaves. Given by W. H. Buckler, MS. Top. Oxon. c A collection of papers written between 1681 and 1702, relating to the University, City, and County of Oxford. The greater part consists of letters addressed to (or making interest with) or written by James [Bertie], 5th Lord Norris and 1st Earl of Abingdon, Lord Lieutenant of Oxfordshire and High Steward of the University. The subjects are miscellaneous and largely personal (e.g. a number of letters from Alderman William Wright, appealing for the Earl's protection), but there may be noticed papers relating to the City charter (fols. 20 and 92), and, in aletterfrom John Fell, Bishop of Oxford, to the 'disturbances in the west', i.e. Monmouth's rebellion (fol. 41). Fols are later than the rest, which are dated between 1681 and 1695, and were among the papers of Montague, 2nd Eat! of Abingdon. 109 leaves. The papers contained in this volume are catalogued in some detail, along with others that throw light on them but are no longer with them, in Thorpe's catalogue of Autograph Letters, 1835, art. 436 on pp They were apparently bought in 1836 by Sir Thomas Phillipps in whose collection this volume was no Bought at Sotheby's Sale, 4 Apr. 1930, lot no MS. Top. Oxon. c A guard-book containing inter alia: a (fols. I, 13) Latin speeches made on various occasions by the public orator of the University, A. B. Poynton. Presented by himself, 193 I; b (fol. 9) Letter from Sir William Godolphin to [George Morley], Bishop of Winchester, about a disputed election to a fellowship at Magdalen College, 18 Aug.

59 IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY ; c (fol. II) testamur signed by Obadiah Walker, Master, and four fellows of University College, 27 Jan. [16]82-3; d (fol. 15) Petition to the king, from the prisoners confined for debt in Oxford jail, 24 Apr. 1794, preceded by a covering letter from the same to the Rt. Hon. Henry Dundas asking him to present the petition; e (fol. 19) 'The Oxford nosegay or the Pinks and Belles of Oxford city': a poem, signed 'Floris Valciphilus', comparing 'various young Oxford ladies' with flowers, 6 May d and e are from the bequest of G. J. Dew, 1931 ;/(fol. 21) Introduction by Public Orator [A. B. Poynton] of Prebendary Edward de Montjoie Rudolf for Hon. M.A., 1932; g (fol. 22) Creweian oration by A. B. Poynton, and introductory speeches, 1932; h (fol. 29) Transcript of James Wright's adverse criticism of Anthony Wood's Athenae Oxonienses of Given by A. Hawley, 1932; i (fol. 35) Proposals made by the Public Orator [A. B. Poynton] concerning procedure on voting honorary degrees, 1928; j (fol. 36) Speech by the Public Orator [A. B. Poynton] introducing Cyril Bailey for degree of Hon. D. Litt., 1934; k (fol. 38) Copy of letter 'The effects of the war on Oxford', addressed to the Yale News by A. B. Poynton, 10 Nov. 1914; I (fol. 44) Case concerning two tenements, one of which is the White House [No. 62 St. Giles's] in the parish of St. Mary Magdalen in the suburbs of Oxford, 17th cent. Given by the Rev. Dr. H. E. Salter, 1935; m (fol. 46) Copy of a University decree concerning a bond for payment by Sir John Benet of 750. IS. old., a remainder of the estate of Sir Thomas Bodley deed. as one of his executors, 28 June 1624; n (fol. 48) Petition of Dean and Canons of Gloucester, to Keeper of the Great Seal, 8 June 1683, concerning presentation of Mr. Redrobe as Vicar of Chipping Norton. See Oxoniensia, x (1945), Given by J. Daniell, 1939; a (fol. 50) Letter of E. B. Pusey to Dr. [Alexander] Nicoll, 1827, concerning, inter alia, the plan adopted by the Curators of the Bodleian with reference to the Oppenheimer collection; p (fol. 52) Oxford poems, Given by F. C. Wellstood, 1942; q (fol. 60) Note on bells in general and inscriptions on, and details of, bells at Oxford, Glasgow, New Windsor, and Worcester. Written in early 19th cent. Given by J. C. B. Gamlen, 1942; r (fol. 61) Letter of Hastings Rashdall, on his appointment as Dean of Carlisle in 1917, to H. E. D. Blakiston, President of Trinity College, Oxford, 19 May Given by Rev. Dr. H. E. D. Blakiston, 1942; s (fol. 63) Letters in Latin to Sir Henry Savile, the first from Joseph Scaliger, 25 Mar. 1595, concerning Savile's animadversions on Scaliger's Cyclometrica elementa duo (Leiden, 1$94), the second unsigned, Altorf (31 Dec.) Transferred from Umversity Archives, 1930; t (fol. 66) Miscellaneous parish records of Great Barford [St. Michael], , including certificates for burial in woollen, terrier of the perpetual curacy of Barford St. Michael, 1806, and a specification for the alteration of Barford bridge, Given by the British Records Association; u (fol. 104) Receipts from Thomas Widdowes of Oxford for 302, 20 Nov. 1674; v (fol. 106) Deposition, made to the Mayor of Oxford and justices of the peace by Mary Price, IS Oct. 1742, concerning an assault made on her; (fol. 107) medical

60 CATALOGUE OF MSS. TOP. OXON. evidence on the said assult given by John Wood, surgeon and man midwife, 15 Oct. 1742; W (fol. 108) Record of the conviction before the Vice-Chancellor of University of Oxford of Sarah Faulkner as being a rogue and vagabond and of her committal to the House of Correction, 21 Oct Items u-w given by H. Minn, 1950; x (fol. 109) Mock speech, in Latin, put in the mouth of the Duke of Wellington on his taking up the office of Chancellor in Given by Miss M. Tait, 1952; Y (fol. IIo) Account of Rev. Thomas Round and Rev. Robert Alder Thorp, Proctors of the University from 29 Apr to 29 Apr Transferred from Essex County Record Office, 1952; Z (fols. II2-15) Receipts for wood, tithes, 1688, hearth tax, 1689, from Ditchley. Given byw. G. D. Thompson, 1952; aa (fol. 116) Paper endorsed 'Mr. Baker's Answer and Defense. Pembroke College' concerning the action brought in the Vice-Chancellor's Court by Samuel Baker against Robert Coucher for recovery of debt to Pembroke College [c. 1690]. Given by St. John's College, 1953; bb (fol. 117) Official declaration of execution of Edward Roberts for murder, carried out in Oxford prison, 18 Mar. 1872, signed by II witnesses; cc (fol. II9) Surgical certificate of examination of body of Edward Roberts executed in Oxford prison, 18 Mar. 1872, signed by John Briscoe, surgeon of the prison. Items bb and cc removed from GA. Oxon c. 317/24; dd (fol. 121) Preliminary note on the Nowers tomb in Christ Church Cathedral [by M. Maclagan]; ee (fol. 125) Letter from William Laud, Bishop of London, to Dr. Pinke, Warden of New College, 6 Sept. 1633;jf (fol. 127) Certificate of health and residency at Christ Church of Willoughby Hickman, son of Sir Willoughby Hickman of Gainsborough, bt., signed by Henry Aldrich, Dean of Christ Church, Richard Newton, and Hugh Hutchin, 27 Aug. 1706;gg(fal. 128) Signed warrant of Charles I to Francis Mildmay and Hugh Gore, dated II Feb. 1644/5, for improving the navigation of the rivers Cherwell, Otmoor, and Ray between Bicester and Blackthorn; hh (fol. 129) Petition of resident bachelors and undergraduates of the University of Oxford to the House of Commons against the Reform Bill [1832]; ii (fol. 130) Order of the Council of State to the Governor of Oxford [Colonel William Draper], I July Printed C.S.P. domestic ser., 1651, p Given by A. N. L. Munby in memory of J. W. Hely-Hutchinson, 1956; jj (fol. 132) Terriers for Ambrosden (fol. 133), Barnwaad forest (fal. 135), Bicester (fol. 138), and Middle Aston (fal. 139), mid-17th cent.; kk (fol. 143) Payments and disbursements of Richard Lybbe of Hardwick, Oxon., executor of Sir Thomas Vachell, c. 1650; II (fol. 145) Discharge from sequestration of Anthony Libb of Goring, Oxon., 7 Apr 'By the Commissioners for Advance of money' at Haberdashers Hall, London (cf. P.R.O. Calendar Proc. Committee for Advance of Money, iii (1888),1271); mm (fol. 146) Discharge from sequestration of Anthony Lybb, 14 Apr. 1646, by 'the Committee of Berks. sitting at Reading Abbey'; nn (fol. 148) Information against Anthony Libb of Goring, having been in arms for the King,s Oct. 1649; 00 (fol. IS0) Acquittance for 5 due to the King from Anthony Lybbe of Hardwick for 5 years quit rent on Purley MarHngs farm, 10 Jan. 1671;PP (fol. 151) Declara-

61 IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY 47 tion of Richard Lybbe of Hardwick, 1646, concerning financial arrangement with Lady Vachell and Tanfield Vachell; qq (fol. 153) Declaration by the Commissioners for Advance of Money concerning the sequestration of estate of Anthony Libb of Goring made at Haberdashers Hall, London, 31 Jan Acquired at various dates, MS. Top. Oxon. c The account book of W. H. Butler, election agent of W. Hughes Hughes, who unsuccessfully contested the City of Oxford at the general election of June The accounts show payments to voters, with signatures of the payees (fol. I), payments to constables and assistants, payments for entertainments tickets, with similar signatures (fol. 21 v, reversed), tradesmen's bills (fol. 16v, reversed), summary statement of expenditure under the above heads (fol. 14v, reversed), miscellaneous payments (fol. 13v, reversed). vi + 22 leaves. Given by G. W. Colenutt, Formerly belonged to R. Colenutt. MS. Top. Oxon. c. 328/1-4. Transcripts of the title deeds, &c. of the manor of Hampton Gay, Oxon., in 4 volumes: , , , Typewritten. The original deeds are MSS. DD. Barry a. I-2(P). 117 and 132 and 150 and 161 leaves. Given by Col. S. L. Barry, MSS. Top. Oxon. c Collections of printed and written papers of the 18th and 19th cent., made by Rev. Philip Bliss: c Miscellaneous papers, including letters, notes (chiefly biographical), printers' proposals, &c. i leaves. c Miscellaneous papers relating to University business, including agenda for Congregation, lists of delegates of privileges and of regent masters, supplicats, &c. arranged in roughly chronological order in 2 volumes, and i+69 and i+78 leaves. Transferred from the University Archives by the Keeper, MS. Top. Oxon. c Documents and correspondence relating to the Gay trust for an afternoon service at St. Andrew's Church, Oxford, leaves. Given by R. H. Bowdler, MS. Top. Oxon. c Notes and extracts, relating chiefly to charitable trusts in the parish of Bampton, collected apparently by William Holloway (see fol. 116v ) in the late 18th and early 19th cent. 152 leaves. Given anonymously, 1933.

62 48 CATALOGUE OF MSS. TOP. OXON. MS. Top. Oxon. c See p MS. Top. Oxon. c Miscellaneous papers, mainly relating to Shiplake with Lashbrooke and other Oxfordshire manors. The chief are: a (fo1. 2) Accounts and letters relating to Lashbrooke estate, ; b (fo1. 66) Receipts for quarterly payments of an annuity, ; c (fols. 168, 199) Letters about Shiplake manor and its court, ; d (fo1. 187) Quit-rent receipts, Written in various years between 1614 and leaves. Given by Wiltshire Arch. and Nat. Hist. Soc., MS. Top. Oxon. c Collections for Oxfordshire, entitled 'Oxonia Restaurata, or a chorographical, historical, natural, architectural, monumental, and heraldic survey of the County of Oxford. 1801', made by Sir Samuel Rush Meyrick ( ), the lawyer and antiquary when at Queen's College, Oxford, whence he matriculated in 1800, aged 16. The notes and descriptions are taken mainly from printed sources (e.g. Camden, Stukeley, and Plot) and are incomplete and unfinished for the county as a whole. They comprise a (fol. 4) History and antiquities; b (fo1. 26) Boundaries, extent, and geography of the county; c (fol. 29) Notes on the nobility, gentry, and worthies, with a few marginal tricks of arms; d (fol. 34) A list of places showing in which hundreds and deaneries they are located with the valuation in the King's books; e (fol. 42v) Parochial descriptions arranged by hundreds, incomplete, but including Caversham (fol. 42), Shiplake (fol. 64), Rotherfield Peppard (fol. 90v), Rotherfield Greys (fol. 99), Henley (fol. 110), Mapledurham (fo1. 165), Whitchurch (fol. 175v), and North Stoke (fol. 232). iii leaves (of which 253 are blank). Given by Sir Basil Blackwell, MS. Top. Oxon. c Account book of the overseers for the poor for Stoke Lyne, The accounts for are deposited in the County Record Office. 143 leaves. Found in the Library, MSS. Top. Oxon. c ; d Notes and transcripts illustrative of the history of the manor and parish of Combe, by the Rev. S. S. Pearce. Written and printed in 20th cent. c Transcripts of wills, i+272 leaves. c Transcript of registers of births, deaths, and marriages, ii+73 leaves (53-73 blank). c Excerpts from churchwardens' and overseers' books, with notes on parish clerks, parish stocks, Peagles wood, tithe-rent charge payable to Lincoln College, Combe briefs, and church houses. There is a table of contents atfol. ii. ii+69 leaves.

63 IN 'THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY 49 c Extracts from public records with table of contents at fol. iv, wills (fol. 31), MS Rawlinson B. 400c (fol. 33), Acts of the Court of the Bishop of Oxford (fol. 35), Oxford Archdeaconry papers (fols. 42 and 64), State Papers Domestic, Charles II (fol. 59). iv+83 leaves. c Relations with Lincoln College, extracts from Lincoln College 'Fine Books' (fol. 7), 'plan' [map] of Lincoln College property in Long Combe (fol. 8), and various printed works, list of wills of Oxfordshire clergy (fol. 69). ii+78 leaves. c Relations with Lincoln College: extracts from College register book (fol. I), from 'documents from the Long Combe drawer' (fol. 26) and Eynsham chartulary (fol. 58). ii+ 105 leaves. c Extracts from State Papers Domestic, Charles II (fol. I), Close Rolls of Henry III (fol. 20), and a survey of Combe manor, 1606, of which another copy is in c. 348, (fol. 27v). ii+70 leaves. c Extracts from Woodstock manor court enrolment books, (fol. 4), and notes on the Pokins family from the Woodstock manor rolls, &c. (fo!. 36). 48 leaves. c A partly completed draft of the history of Long Combe, the church (fol. 8), and an account of the incumbency of Rev. S. S. Pearce, vicar, (fol. 69). At fol. i is a letter, 1906, from Francis A. [Cardinal] Gasquet. iii leaves. c Transcript of survey of manor of Combe Longa made 26 July 1606 (fol. i), and notes on the history of the church (fo!. 46). 61 leaves. d Combe in Domesday Survey and part or parcel of the ancient demesne of the Crown (fol. I), survey of the manor from the Hundred Rolls (fol. 23), Combe and Wychwood Forest (fo!. 38), history of the church (contd.), the Reformation (fol. 89), Woodstock deanery and the Elizabethan settlement (fol. 127). 173 leaves. d Extracts from the Richardson MSS. (fol. I), contents of the parish chest, Combe (fol. 84), various notes (fol. 131), notes on Combe rectory house (fol. 164), and inscriptions on Combe tombs and headstones (fol. 212). i+235 leaves. Given by the Rev. F. E. Gmelin, MS. Top. Oxon. c Papers relating to Combe, a (fol. 6) Poor Law papers, , with list at fol. I; b (fol. 81) Miscellaneous notes; c (fol. 82) List of notebooks on Long Combe by Rev. S. S. Pearce; d (fols. 86, 89) Pedigrees of Busby; e (fol. 88) Pedigree of Forest; f (fol. 93v) Pedigree of Richardson; g (fol. 94) Notes on parish clerks; h (fol. 96) The services in church;j (fol. 102) Note by Andrew Clark on a MS. occupying pp of a folio volume, lettered 'Miscell: Divin: MS. in the possession of F. Madan... written about A.D. 1690' (now MS. Eng. tho C. 48) and being an account of the dedication service at Lincoln College chapel which is printed in Oxf. Hist. Soc. xlvii (1905), 14I~S5 Written and printed in the 18th, 19th, and 20th cent. 109 leaves. Given by Rev. F. E. Gmelin, B 8972 E

64 50 CATALOGUE OF MSS. TOP. OXON. MSS. Top. Oxon. c See c , p. 48. MS. Top. Oxon. c Minutes, &c. of the Herculaneum Committee, I8II-13 i+72 leaves. Given by the Delegates of the Clarendon Press through Dr. R. W. Chapman, MS. Top. Oxon. c Two letters of H. Beaver, 1748, about the election of Dr. Thomas Randolph as president of Corpus Christi College. ii + 13 leaves. Given by F. F. Madan, MS. Top. Oxon. c Papers relating to Woodstock, 1602-C. 1835: miscellaneous documents in chronological order (fo1. 2), the borough and church (fo1. 57), Blenheim Park (fo1. 204), Fair Rosamond (fo1. 244), and 'Miscellanea extranea' (fo1. 269). i+279 leaves. Formerly in the possession of Prof. J. O. Westwood and given by F. F. Madan, MS. Top. Oxon. c A collection of papers, written and printed, by C. F. Bell in 1904 on 'The Oxford Almanacks' leaves. Given by F. F. Madan, MS. Top. Oxon. c See p MS. Top. Oxon. c Transcripts made by Miss A. F. Parker for Hastings Rashdall in 1900 and 1901 from the Register of Robert Horne, Bishop of Winchester, on the visitations of New College in , , and See Rashdall and Rait' s New College (College Histories series), London, 1901, pp. II Two leaves of the transcript are missing between fols. 42 and leaves. Given by Mrs. Rashdall, MS. Top. Oxon. c Documents of the parish of St. Giles, Oxford, mainly concerned with poor-law administration, ii+26 leaves. Given by the Vicar of St. Giles, through W. H. B. Somerset, MS. Top. Oxon. c 'A Catalogue of all Printed Books and Papers... connected with the County, City and University of Oxford, from

65 IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY 51 the discovery of Printing until this present time by William Henry Turner.' The last date is leaves. 'Lord Hawkesbury, Private' stamped on binding. Given by J. C. B. Gamlen, MS. Top. Oxon. c Court book of the manor of South Stoke, 9 May Sept Part of indenture mentioning Monk Sherborne (Hants.) has been used for the binding. 78 leaves. Given by J. C. B. Gamlen, MS. Top. Oxon. c.358 (R). Oxford Paving Act (Local Act I I George III cap. 19) and Roll of those qualified to act as commissioners, membranes. Given by J. C. B. Gamlen, MS. Top. Oxon. c Latin exercises in verse, written by pupils of John Randolph, tutor of Christ Church, The names are Abbot, Bruce, Colmore, Drummond, Feilde, Frankland senior, Freind senior, Hall, Hind, Jackson, Tyrwhitt-Jones, Legge, Lewis, Murray, Randolph, Sawkins, Skinner, Western. The earliest seems to be Hind (Thomas or John), matric or 1773, and the latest [the Hon. James] Bruce, matrie leaves. Given by George Randolph among the Randolph papers, MSS. Top. Oxon. c (R). Rolls of Accompts of the Oxford Company of Mercers and Woollen Drapers, , amalgamated with the Grocers' Company between 1759 and 1769, for the following years: c. 360 (R) , with and 1655 missing. c. 361 (R) , with 1665 and 1668 missing. c. 362 (R) and c. 363 (R) , with 1691 missing. c. 364 (R) c. 365 (R) c. 366 (R) , with 1738 missing. c. 367 (R). 1759, , , See B.L.R., ii (1942), 55, 56. Given by the Oxford City Council, MS. Top. Oxon. c Student's notebook written in Latin and containing tables of philosophy. On fol. I 'Sum ex libris Thomae Dickenson, anno domini 1689', probably Thomas Dickenson of Pembroke College, Rector of Oddington, Oxon., leaves. Given by the Oxford Book-salvage Drive Committee through the City Librarian, 1943.

66 13;;,,!; N (i~ r~,~~ 502 CATALOGUE OF MSS. TOP. OXON. MS. Top. Oxon. c Letters to Miss May Morris, , about the William Morris memorial at Kelmscott, list of subscribers, and notices of the opening ceremony, including letters from L. Binyon (fo1. 20), R. A. Bell (fo1. 34), Selwyn Image (fo1. 48), Stanley Baldwin (fo1. 50), ~ B!?JY;-t\ich.2~fo1. 51), W. de la Mare (fo1. 53), W. B. Yeats (fol 54),.. ynes ), L. R. Farnell (fo1. 56). \ ii+95 leaves. J Given by Robert Steele through the British Museum. MS. Top. Oxon. c 'A Catalogue of the plate of University College, Oxford... with an introductory note, and a record of the academic career of each donor.' By H. Clifford Smith. xiii+87 leaves. Given by the compiler, MS. Top. Oxon. c Eleven wash drawings by Bartholomew Howlett, , of Oxfordshire monastic seals from the collection of drawings made for John Caley and sold after his decease by Thomas Thorpe. They are as follows: Bicester Priory, probably 14th cent. and 1534; Bruern Abbey, 1493; Clattercote Priory, 1345; Dorchester Abbey, 1534; Eynsham Abbey, 1539; Goring Nunnery, 1492; Oseney Abbey, 1534; Rewley Abbey, 1431; Studley Nunnery, 1540; Thame Abbey; See Catalogue (1835) of drawings from British seals by Howlett, on sale by Thomas Thorpe, Nos , 917, leaves. Bound in green morocco with gilt-tooled border by J. Mackenzie. Bought, MS. Top. Oxon. c 'Crowell in the County of Oxford. An index to the Registers with historical notes and illustrations', compiled about 1917 and transcribed in 1926 by F. N. Davis, including: a (fo1. 5) Index to parish registers; b (fo1. 79) Notes on some of the names in the parish registers and copies of other documents referring to the history of the parish; c (fols. 133, 149) Pencil drawings of the font, chalice, and paten; d (fols. 139, 163) Pencil drawing of rectory (?); e (fo1. 161) Pen-and-ink drawing of side and back of manor-house, Crowell, 1908; f (fol. 165) Ground-floor plan of manor-house, There is a table of contents of the volume at fol. 2. ii+88 leaves. Deposited 1939 and given 1945, by the Rev. F. N. Davis. MSS. Top. Oxon. c d , e Lists of Oxfordshire incumbents alphabetically arranged. c A-K. Also contains the pedigrees of the earls of Abingdon (p. 182) and of the Musgraves, patrons and rectors of Chinnor (p. 183). iii+457 pages (184-end blank).

67 IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY S3 c L-Z. Also contains supplementary notices of incumbents (pp ). i+453 pages (164-end blank). d Oxfordshire incumbents arranged under parishes. ii+49, 59 (33-end blank), i+ii6, i+ii7, i+5z, iii+54, and i+98 leaves. c Supplementary list, H-Y. ii+z7ieaves. e Oxfordshire incumbents arranged under 'parishes newly formed'. i+29 leaves. Compiled by the Rev. F. N. Davis, Deposited, 1939 and given by the compiler, MS. Top. Oxon. c Papers relating to the Oxford extension of the Wycombe railway i+46 leaves. Given by Oxford City Council, 194z. MS. Top. Oxon. c Register of the Oxford Literary Society, iih 144 leaves ( blank). Given by John Sparrow, MS. Top. Oxon. c Chronicle of the Kings of England and a diary of events, written before 1649 by Thomas Wyatt, Rector of Ducklington: a (p. I) Chronicle of the reigns of Kings of England, William I to James I; b (p. 234) Description of events in the reign of Charles I elaborated to include happenings in sundry places in Oxfordshire, e.g. Nuneham Courtenay (p. 355), Witney (p. 397), and Ducklington (pp. 302, 359, 367, 40 7, and 409), where the writer lived. Included are many particulars of billeting and troop-movements during the Civil War in Ducklington and neighbourhood. There are observations on the local climate and weather and on the prices of barley, wheat, &c.; c (p. 410) Geographical notes on England and Wales; d (p. 494) List of bishops of sees in Wales and in England from the end of the 16th cent. to the Civil War. xxii pages. Belonged to Richard Frank in 1756, probably a part of his collection of the papers of Dr. Nathaniel Johnston. See Hist. MSS. Comm. 6th Report, App. p. 458b. Bought, with the help of N. R. Ker, MS. Top. Oxon. c Extracts from court rolls of the manor of Bensington ' Early 19th cent. 8 leaves. Formerly Phillipps MSS and Bought, MS. Top. Oxon. c Papers of the Fermor family of Tusmore, Oxfordshire. Early 16th cent Printed in Oxfordshire Record Society, xx (1939), Nos. 3, 4, 5, 15, 23, z.s, 26, 27, 28, z9, 31 and 35.

68 54 CATALOGUE OF MSS. TOP. OXON. 44 leaves. Given by F. J. Varley through Friends of the Bodleian, MSS. Top. Oxon. c ). See pp MS. Top. Oxon. c Account book of Thomas Taylor of Shiptonunder-Wychwood, publican, dealer, and chapman, Papers relating to his bankruptcy are in MS. Top. axon. c leaves. Bought, MS. Top. Oxon. c Marriage bonds and affidavits accumulated by Thomas Brookes, Vicar of Shipton-under-Wychwood, surrogate, in issuing licences on behalf of the Bishop and Archdeacon of Oxford: a (fo1. I) Diocesan, ; b (fo1. 26) Archdeaconry One party to each bone! was either of Shipton or of the adjacent parishes, Ascot-under-Wychwood, Idbury, Kingham; c(fo1. 4-3) Papers relating to bankruptcy of Thomas Taylor of Shipton-under-Wychwood, (cf. MS. Top. axon. c. 390); d (fo1. 46) Four miscellaneous bonds, 17Il-1823; e (fo1. 53) Three apprentice indentures, , witnessed by Thomas Tipping of Stow-on-the-Wold. 55 leaves. Bought, MSS. Top. Oxon. c. 39Z-403. See pp ' c See p MS. Top. Oxon. c. 'los. Transcript of the decree in the suit of Croke contra Whorwood, on enclosure of Marston fields, 1662, from Chancery Decree Roll 586, no. I, written about 1927, printed in abridged form by G. N. Clark, 'Enclosure by Agreement at Marston, near Oxford', English Historical Review, xlii (1927), I + 18 leaves. Given by Sir George Clark, MS. Top. Oxon. c Oxford ske!ches by C. E. Lloyd, mostly dated iv+36 leaves. Given by the Rt. Rev. the Bishop of Oxford, MSS. Top. Oxon. c. 40']-8. See h. 218, p. 19. MS. Top. Oxon. c Twelve pencil sketches of Oxford buildings, some by Bartlett and [F.] Mackenzie, , including the crypt of the Church of St. Peter in the East and architectural drawings of the Cathedral. uleaves. Formerly Phillipps MS Bought, 1950.

69 IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY 5S MSS. Top. Oxon. c Two volumes of personal papers of Harry Paintin of St. Clement's, Oxford, including newspaper cuttings and letters written to him, mainly by Oxford people, and 126 leaves. Given by H. Paintin, MS. Top. Oxon. c Papers concerning the conferment of the Degree of Doctor of Civil Law by the University of Oxford upon the Honourable Franklin D. Roosevelt, President of the United States: a (fo1. i) Letter of the Earl of Halifax, Chancellor of the University, 2 Apr. 1951; b (fol 1) Message of the President [of the United States] to the Special Convocation of the University of Oxford held at Harvard Commencement, Cambridge, Massachusetts, on 19 June 1941, signed by him, with a note, and read by Major-General Edwin M. Watson, U.S.A.; c (fo1. 4) Printed copy of 'A Convocation of the University of Oxford to be holden in the precincts of Harvard University, June 19, 1941'. i+7 leaves. Given by Mrs. Edwin M. Watson, 1951, through the Earl of Halifax. MS. Top. Oxon. c Court book of the View of frankpledge and court baron of Charlbury, Foliated in a contemporary hand and preceded by an index of the names mentioned in each year written by Thomas Tanner. iv+161 leaves. Given through W. O. Hassall, MSS. Top. Oxon. c See Salter, Notes and Collections, p MS. Top. Oxon. c See p MS. Top. Oxon. c See p MS. Top. Oxon. c See p MS. Top. Oxon. c See p MS. Top. Oxon. c Christ Church in the Dictionary of National Biography (up to and including 20th cent., ), a list of names compiled by the Rev. Ronald Park, 195I. iv+62 leaves. Given by the compiler, MS. Top. Oxon. c Reports on camps organized by the Oxford branch of the Universities Council for Unemployed Camps, , and on special areas malnutrition scheme, (fo1. 73). 82 leaves. Given by A. B. Emden, 1951.

70 S6 CATALOGUE OF MSS. TOP. OXON. MS. Top. Oxon. c. 4Sz. See b. Z4S, p. 20. MS. Top. Oxon. c Account book ofw. Baker, tailor and outfitter of 59 Parsons St., Banbury, leaves. Given by Miss A. C. Baker, MS. Top. Oxon. c 'This Boke. Conteyneth. A. trew. Survey. and. Terror. of. all. Tenementes. closes. landes. leys. medowes. commens. and. pastures within the Lordshipp. of Neithropp and Cowthropp. parcell of the Inheritance and. possessions of Anthony Cope of Hanwell. in the countie of Oxford Esquier. Made sene and surveid by William Weston. James Sawbridg Robert Sowtham and the. rest of all the Tennants. As herafter more planly Appeareth. Aprilis Regine Elizabethe. decimo Septimo.' There is a library catalogue at fol. 2I1V. Described in HistoricallYISS. Commission, Third Report (1872), App. p. 243 (no. xxxi). iii+218 leaves ( and blank). Sotheby's sale, IS July 1952, lot 299. Purchased, MS. Top. Oxon. c See p. 13J. MSS. Top. Oxon. c See l 122. MSS. Top. Oxon. c. 459 (R)-c. 469 (R). See p MS. Top. Oxon. c Drawings in pen and pencil by Charles Barry of architectural details of buildings and of one landscape view in and near Oxford, 1841 and 1844: a (fol. I) Oriel window at Balliol College; b (fol. 2) Entrance doorway of Divinity School; c (fol. 3) Buttress, &c. of Divinity School, 1841; d (fol. 4) Door and windows of Divinity School, 1841; e (fol. 5) Exterior details of Dorchester church, 1841; f (fol. 6) Interior details of Dorchester church, 1841; g (fol. 7) Window tracery of Ducklington church, 1844; h (fol. 8) Details in Kiddington church; i (fol. 9) Mouldings in chantry in North Leigh church, 1844; j(fol. 10) Unidentified and unsigned [window in chantry in North Leigh church]; k (fol. II) [? Perrotts] Hill Farm, North Leigh, 1844 [cf. Plate XIII, Oxoniensia, xi and xii (1946-7)] ; I (fol. 12) Northleigh church and village, from Hill Farm, 1844; m (fol. 13) Tower buttress of St. Mary's Church, Oxford, 1841; n (fol. 14) Details from Stanton Harcourt church, leaves. Purchased; MSS. Top. Oxon. c. 471-z. Records of the Borough of Chipping Norton, Oxon. c Records of the Old Corporation including transcripts of the minutes of the Common Council, 1' , the charter of James I, and a list of expired leases, compiled by W. Bliss, c i+65 leaves. c Notes on Chipping Norton, by Charles Holmes, 1854, including

71 IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY 57 by-laws, election of, and oaths taken by, officers of the corporation and freemen, chronicle of the town, history of the manor and church, descriptions of buildings, charities, and archaeology. xlii pages. Given by Miss C. M. E. Burrows, MS. Top. Oxon. c A guard-book containing copies of University lectures received in accordance with the statutes: a (foi. I) Arnold Joseph Toynbee, Democracy in the atomic age (Herbert Spencer Lecture, 1952); b (foi. 21) Sir Douglas Copland, The full employment economy, with special reference to wages policy (Sidney Ball Lecture, 1953); c (foi. 43) W. J. M. Mackenzie, The export of electoral systems (Sidney Ball Lecture, 1957; d (foi. 69) Kenneth Younger, Trained manpower for new states. The scope forinternational action (Sidney Ball Lecture, 1959). Acquired at various dates, MSS. Top. Oxon. c. 474, d A.R.P. Warden's post log-books, Post C. 31 at St. Hugh's College, Oxford, ii+87 and 76 leaves. Given by P. S. Spokes, MS. Top. Oxon. c Copies made in by a pupilofj. Malchair or Dr. W. Crotch of topographical drawings made chiefly between mostly of Oxford and Headington and including Woodperry, 1797, 1799, 1804 (fols. 35, 54, 59), Barton near Headington, 1799, 1804 (foi. 48), and Wytham, 1798, 1804 (fo1. 76) but also of Cambridge, 1798, (fols. 1,70), Norwich, 1792, 1798, 1804 (fols , 77), Yarmouth, 1798, 1804 (fol. 25), and Hemingford Grey, Hunts., 1798, (fols. 2, 38). Fols are from landscapes ascribed to Rubens, G. Poussin, [R.?] Wilson, and Claude at Heathfield Park, Sussex inscribed W[illiam] C[rotch], Sept and C[atherine] S[harpe?], Dec iii+ii21eaves. Bought, MS. Top. Oxon. c Visiting book of the St. Giles's Benevolent Society , 1842, giving tabulated particulars of cases of distress. 225 leaves (155v-end blank). Formerly owned by Thomas Giles of Little Clarendon Street, Oxford (d. c. 1883). Given by Mrs. Norah Cambridge, MSS. Top. Oxon. c See b. 249, p. 21. MS. Top. Oxon. c. 479 (= R ). Queen's College Library: Additions to the MSS. since Coxe's Catalogue of Transcript, i + 13 leaves. Given by R. Drummond Hay, 1955.

72 S8 CATALOGUE OF MSS. TOP. OXON. MS. Top. Oxon. c Ledger of R. Thomas & Son, Oxford, Ltd., Holywell Street, Oxford, painters, decorators, and paper hangers, There is an index of names, fol. i. xiv leaves. Given by Councillor L. Franks, MS. Top. Oxon. c See h. 249, p. 21. MS. Top. Oxon. c Extracts made in 1821 by John Caley from the Audit Rolls of Bicester Priory, 13th, 14th, and 15th cent., in the archives of Trinity College, Oxford. At fol. I is a list of the bursar's accounts dating from 5-6 Edw. I to 20 Edw. IV in the British Museum and the Public Record Office with details of where they are printed. iv+16 leaves. r Transferred from G. A. Oxon. a. II7, p. 16. MSS. Top. Oxon. c Photographs of Oxfordshire and Oxford buildings 'Listed' by Ministry of Housing and Local Government and supplied by the Oxfordshire Architectural Record via Oxfordshire Rural Community Council. Arranged by parishes, 1956 onwards. c A c H c P, Q c B c I, J c R c C c K c S c D c L c T c E c M c. S0l. U, V c F c N c W c G c c X, Y, Z Bought, MSS. Top. Oxon. c (Reserved). MS. Top. Oxon. c Bodleian Orations, MSS. Top. Oxon. c. 507, a. 70. A. E. Gerrard. The development of wrought ironwork in Oxford. Thesis for the R.I.B.A. final examination, 1937 ii+73 leaves and 10 measured drawings. Given by the author, MS. Top. Oxon. c Transcript of the Hundred Rolls for Wootton, Bullingdon, and Ewelme. 17th cent. ii+181 leaves. Given by H. Dansey, MSS. Top. Oxon. c (= R ). Reports on the contents of Oxfordshire parish chests made for the National Register of Archives. Vol. I Parishes A-I. i+ 199 leaves. Vol. II Parishes K-Y. i+230 leaves. Given by Oxfordshire National Register of Archives Committee, 19,5.8.

73 IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY 59 MSS. Top. Oxon. c. 5II-I2. Papers, including pedigrees and photographs, concerning the genealogy of the D'Oyley family collected from manuscript and printed sources by Miss E. D'Oyley, and 41 leaves (29-end blank). Given by Miss E. D'Oyley, MSS. Top. Oxon. c (R). Photostat copy of plans of ground, first, and second floors of Cuddesdon Palace, made for the Church Commissioners, Two sheets, scale 16 ft. to I in. Given by the Church Commissioners, MS. Top. Oxon. c A collection of histories of, and notes on, Oxfordshire parishes. Written in 20th cent.: a (fol. I) Bucknell, by Miss L. N. Leach, 1933, with additions in ; b (fol. 40) History of Burford and Upton and Signet, by B. E. A. Batt, 1954; c (fol. 50) Transcript of part of the Churchwardens' Accounts for Epwell, ; d (fol. 59) Transcript of the parish registers of Epwell, ; e (fol. 86) Thirty-nine years in an Oxfordshire country parish [Kidlington], ;f (fol. 122) A village survey [of South Stoke], 1942, compiled by the Women's Institute; g (fol. 130) Extracts from the parish registers of the parish of Wilve1cote, alias Wi1cote, , made by D. H. Allport, 1958; h (fol. 135) The gcnealogy of the family of Ashhurst. Acquired at various dates, MSS. Top. Oxon. c. 516, d. 476, e ' Records of the Oxford Exiles Rugby Football Club. d Minute book ofthe committee and of special meetings, , and minutes of the Annual General Meetings of i+194 leaves. c Minute book no. IV of the committee, (fol. I) and minutes of the Annual General Meetings of 1955 and 1956 (fols. 46, 82) and of a special general meeting, 2 Nov (fol. I01v). xvi+ 123 leaves (lo6-end blank). e Han. Secretary's Annual Reports, to Atfols. 46v and 47v are lists of officers of the Club, to ii.+47 leaves (37-45 blank). e Minute book of the Social Sub-Committee, leaves (38-end blank). Given by G. W. Savins, MS. Top. Oxon. c See d. 477, p. 94. MS. Top. Oxon. c See b. 249, p. 21. MS. Top. Oxon. c Markbook of Claude Jenkins when an assistant master at Magdalen College School From the papers of the late Canon Claude Jenkins, i+67 leaves.

74 60 CATALOGUE OF MSS. TOP. OXON. MS. Top. Oxon. c. szo. Guardbook containing Newdigate Prize poems. Depositetin accordance with new clause (3) added in 1960 to Statt. Tit. VII, 13. a (fo1. I) 'Words and Wings' by John Leopold Fuller, 1960 MS. Top. Oxon. d. 9S/3. Minute-book of the 'Mardets' Society of University College, vol. iii, 26 Jan June 1923; continued from no iii+17ieaves. Given by R. H. King, MS. Top. Oxon. d A small 19th-cent. collection of 31 Oxfordshire shields of arms in 'trick', made, according to a note on the fly-leaf, 'probably by William Upcott', but not in his hand. 35 leaves. Given by Rev. B. W. Bradfield, 'Purchased at Sale of James Newman's Liby ' MS. Top. Oxon. d Three letters from Dante Gabriel Rossetti to Alexander Gilchrist, 1861, 'on Benjamin Woodward and the mural painting in the Hall of the Oxford Union Society'. 27 leaves. Given by W. E. Mos~, MSS. Top. Oxon. d. I4S-Sz. See S.C MS. Top. Oxon. d. IS3. 'Oxford in 1913 (described for outsiders)" the article on Oxford (by A. Clark) in Chambers's Encyclopaedia pasted up and brought up to date by the original writer. From p. 79 the material seems to be largely new. At p. 127 there begins a series of notes in alphabetical order: Acland Nursing Home, Almanacs, Archives, Athletics, &c. There is a list of contents at p. ISS. vii leaves. Given by the Rev. Andrew Clark, MS. Top. Oxon. d. IS+ A copy by Edward Goodall, 1794, of the orders, constitutions, &c., of the Oxford Cordwainers' Guild drawn up in leaves. Bought, MS. Top. Oxon. d. ISS. A list of halls, churches, colleges, hospitals mentioned in MS. AAAl of the University Archives ( ) with an alphabetical index of the same at fol. 25. ii+43 leaves (29 to 43 blank). Given by F. Madan, 1917.

75 IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY 61 MS. Top. Oxon. d A letter on public education in England written in 1815 by E. Goodenough of Christ Church to a French (?) correspondent. xi+ 15 leaves (iii-xi and 6-end blank). Given by Horace Hart, 1897, to F. Madan who gave it, MS. Top. Oxon. d 'Acts of the University Commissioners from II Sept to 24 July 1662', a transcript made by F. Vere Bayne before 1887, of the MS. in the University Archives referenced S.P. I. vi+181 pages (133-end blank). Given by Messrs. Blackwell in 1911 to F. Madan who gave it, MS. Top. Oxon. d A Latin poem by George Richards of Trinity College on the visit of George III to Oxford after his escape from assassination in Aug Cf. MS. Top. Oxon. c. 216, fols. 41 and leaves (19-44 blank). Given by F. Madan, MS. Top. Oxon. d The account book for of James Wilding of St. Mary Hall and afterwards of Merton College, together with a list of his books (fo1. 25v rev.), followed by an edition of the same by E. G. Duff from the Oxf. Hist. Soc. v (1885), Collectanea (1st series). 40 leaves. Given by F. Madan, The MS. part bought by E. G. Duff from Parker in MS. Top. Oxon. d ' "Oxford in the 19th century" with special reference to 25 Nov By Pacificus', a MS. copy (slightly differing from the printed version entitled The Greek Professorship, vid. G.A. Oxon. b. II3 (141» of a skit by C. G. H. Shorting of Balliol, Corpus, and New Inn Hall, relating to the dispute about the emoluments of Jowett as Regius Professor of Greek. 29 leaves (17-29 blank). Given by W. H. Timberlake in 1896 to F. Madan who gave it, MS. Top. Oxon. d Notes, made for F. Madan by G. Parker in 1905, of documents in the Oxford City archives having reference to Oxford charity schools. There are also (fols. 4, 42, 48) letters from H. Hughes to F. Madan about documents missing from the City archives. i+ 50 leaves (23-37 blank). Given by F. Madan, MS. Top. Oxon. d Copies of poems submitted for Oxford Prizes, Ji8th-19th cent.: a (fol. 3) Ludi Scenici, by C. Puller, Christ Church, awarded Chancellor's Prize, 1794, pro in Poemata recitata II (1810), 57-66; b (fo1. 21) The Prophecy of Ishmael; c (fo1. 27) Religio Bramae.

76 CATALOGUE OF MSS. TOP. OXON. \ Unsuccessful, 1810; d (fol. 43) Brahmae Religio. Unsuccessful, 1800; e (fol. 83) The Coliseum. Unsuccessful; submitted for the Newdigate English Prize Verse, i+89 leaves. Given by F. Madan, a-d were formerly Heber MS and Phillipps MS. 83 5, being lot 600 in the Phillipps Sale, ZI June 1893, and were given by F. Madan, 1917; e was purchased, d is inscribed 'Simmons's Copy Thomas Boswell from the Authour'. Cf. MS. Top. Oxon. c. z16, c. Z19, d. 163, and e MS. Top. Oxon. d. 163' A collection of 15 notebooks bound together, containing Oxford English essays and poems, Cambridge Latin theses, and other short pieces: a (fol. z) Beneficial effects of Inoculation, by W. Lipscomb, 177z, Prize Poem, pro in Talboys's Oxford English Prize Poems (18z8), 17-Z3; h (fol. 16) Ars musica, by J. Milles, 1773, Prize Essay: c (fol. 49) Another copy of h; d (fol. 66) [Satire on Oxford]. English verse; e (fol. 7zv) Poetical epistle from Lord [John1 Boringdon to Lord G. Leveson-Gower, 1790; f(fol. 7r) Verses on the death of Tom Corbett, 1773; g (fol. 74v) Fragment 'by the author of Lewesdon Hill' [i.e. William Crowe ( z9), poet and divine]; h (fol. 75v) Lines intended... in honour of Duke of Portland as Chancellor [179Z] by 'Mr. Canning' [? George Canning, Student of Christ Church, 1789]; j (fol. 76) Lines 'addressed to Sr. W. W. Wynne, on his coming of age, by his brother'; k (fol. 77v) Monumental inscription to Thomas Puller, 1793; I (fol. 9Z) An essay on architecture, by Thomas Henry Lowth, Fellow of New College, Prize Essay, 1776; in Talboys's English Prize Essays, i (1830), zoi-z4, cf. MS. Top. Oxon. c. Z19, fol. I; m (fol. I17) An original composition by Abram Robertson, chaplain of Christ Church, Prize Essay, 178z; in Talboys's English Prize Essays, i (1830), 43-58; n (fol. 136) On the use and abuse of satire, by Charles Abbott of Corpus Christi College [afterwards Lord Tenterden, L.C.J.], Prize Essay, 1786; in Talboys's English Prize Essays, i (1830), z91-317; 0 (fol. 166) On Refinement, by William Roberts, Corpus Christi College, Prize Essay, 1788; P (fol. 194) Eight pieces of Latin prosc two of which (fols. 197, 199) were submitted for Cambridge Members' Prizes by [John] Whishaw, Trinity College, Cambridge, cf. MS. Top. Oxon. c. z16, fols. 58v, 68, 1789 and At fol. z05 'An morum virtutis...' cf. MS. Lat. misc. d. 33 (33407) by J. H. Frere, Cambridge Members' Prize, 179z, is printed in The works of John Hookham Frere i (187z), 40-47; q (fol. ZZ4) Popularity. Unsuccessful work for English Prize Essay, 1793; r (fol. 268) Copies of 16 Latin and English Oxford poems mostly described as being composed by one person and recited (? at the Encaenia) by another, between 1790 and 1795: two, fols. z73v and z75v, were composed by George Canning (I770-18z7), Prime Minister; s (fol. 295) Lines on the death of the Rev. William Benwell [Fellow of Trinity College, d. 1796]. By W[illiam] L[isle] Bowles [poet, Trinity

77 IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY College]; t (fol. 298) An essay on the influence of climate on national character and manners, by Robert Goodenough, Christ Church, spoken in the Theatre, 28 June 1797 [Prize Essay]; u (fol. 332) [Another unsuccessful work for the same Prize Essay, 1797]; v (fol. 360) Chivalry, by Joseph Phillimore, Christ Church, Prize Essay, 1798, pro in Talboys's Oxford English Prize Essays, ii (1830), ; w (fol. 401) Travels of discovery into the interior of Africa, by [Sir Henry Allen] Johnson [Bt.], Christ Church, Prize verse, 1806; x (fol. 408) Blank verse on the Crusades (?); y (fol. 420) Short Latin catechisms on 'Optica'. 433 leaves. Given by F. Madan, The following were in the Heber and Phillipps collections: b (8432), d (8431), P (8422), t (821 I), u (8426), v (8430), x (8436), Y (8446), being Lot 600 in the Phillipps sale, 21 June r was in the library of the Rev. Philip Bliss and belonged to Richard Hooper. See also MS. Top. Oxon. c. 216, c. 219, d. 162, and e MS. Top. Oxon. d Abstract made in 1908 by F. Madan of a general pardon granted to Robert Barber of Headington, 1626, from a Latin original in private hands. 5 leaves. Given by F. Madan, MS. Top. Oxon. d. 165 (= R. Top. 60). Extracts mainly from Jackson's Oxford Journal illustrating Oxford history, , chronologically arranged by W. Paterson Ellis (p. 23). Pp contain earlier notes, , and pp notes in alphabetical order of subjects. The whole was compiled in the early 20th cent. and is indexed at p pages. Bought, MS. Top. Oxon. d. 166 (= R. Top. 724). Survey of Oxford in I edited by Rev. H. Salter (1912) with a large number of MS. additions by W. P. Ellis taken from the Oxford Journal from 1753 onwards. These additions consist mainly of lists of inns and coffee-houses with their keepers, indexes of Oxford residents, and the like. 129 pages. Bought, MS. Top. Oxon. d Notes, written in the first half of the 19th cent., of benefactions to the church and town of Chipping Norton, and (p. 12) of the inscriptions in the church, with arms in colour. i+45 pages. Formerly Phillipps MS Percy Manning bequest, 1917.

78 64 \ CATALOGUE OF MSS. TOP. OXON. MS. Top. Oxon. d Papers read to the Oxford Architectural Society, , and notes for contributions to the society's publication A Guide to the Architectural Antiquities in the Neighbourhood of Oxford (Oxford, 1842), including: a (fol. 2) Extracts translated from an essay on the study of architecture by C. Rathgeber; b (fol. 8) 'Cumnor church' by William Grey; c (fol. 31) Notes on and a description of Horspath Church by William Grey, used in the Architectural Guide, pp. 348 If.; d (fo1. 47) Paper on the church of Combe in Teignhead, Devon, by William Grey; e (fol. 67) Description of Stanton St. John church by T. Simpson, used in the Architectural Guide, pp. 223 If. ;f(fols. 86, 116) Notes on Ewelme; g (fol. 90) Description of Garsington church by William Grey, used in Architectural Guide, pp. 333 If.; h (fol. 120) Description of Wootton church, Berks., and South Hinksey church, Berks., by William Grey, intended for the section (never published) of the Architectural Guide dealing with the deanery of Abingdon; i (fol. 132) Descriptions of churches-in the hundred of Plough ley, perhaps used for The Ecclesiastical and Architectural Topography of England; Diocese of Oxford (Oxford, 1850). 148 leaves. Percy Manning bequest, MS. Top. Oxon. d Survey of the manor of Shipton-under Wychwood belonging to Sir Rowland Lacye, taken by Henry Bransbye, At fol. iv is a survey of the manor of Langley [in Shipton] of 1610, and at fol. vi a copy of a lease from the Crown of lands previously belonging to St. Mary's Guild, Burford, At fol. 105v are copies of documents relating to Chadlington hundred, including (fol. 107) a list of 'free suitors to the hundred Court... holden everie 3 weekes & their suit fynes', n.d., in the same hand as (fol. 108v) a list of rents due to Rowland Lacy from places within the hundred, At fol 1 13v rev. is a list of deeds of the Buckinghamshire properties of the Fettiplace family 'remayning in my Closett in the dubble cubberd', and at fol. 109v in the same hand a list of Oxfordshire deeds headed 'In the boxe at Comburye deedes lefte', n.d., probably c when Combury was sold by Sir Francis Fortescue. vii leaves. 'Ex bibliotheca Broadley' [Phillipps cat.], formerly Phillipps MS Bought at the Phillipps sale, Mar. 1895, by Percy Manning (fol. ii). Percy Manning bequest, MS. Top. Oxon. d Twenty-eight deeds, , principally relating to property in Kidlington (fol. 9), Minster Lovell (fol. 29), North Leigh (fols. 48, 65), Garsington (fol. 50), and Warborough (fol. 52), with an index and summary at fol. 2 by Percy Manning. At fol. 63 is a copy of a confirmation of arms, 1549, by Sir Gilbert Dethicke, Garter, to George Perrott. 77 leaves.

79 IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY 65 'Purchased by Pickering at a sale at Puttick's 1850' note in the hand of Philip Bliss (fol. 7a). Bought by Sir Thomas Phillipps from the library of Philip Bliss (Phillipps cat.). Phillipps MS Bought at the Phillipps sale, March 1895, by Percy Manning (fol. I). Percy Manning bequest, MSS. Top. Oxon. d Three volumes of topographical and historical collections on Oxfordshire made by Charles Richardson (d. 1827), the first being arranged by hundreds, excluding Wootton, the second relating to Wootton hundred, with some notes on fo!' 271 on the City of Oxford, and the third to Woodstock and Blenheim Palace. For correspondence addressed to Charles Richardson see MS. Eng. misc. d. 92 and for pedigree of Richardson see MS. Top. Oxon. c. 346, fo!' 93v. iii+380, ix+299, and i+348 leaves. Percy Manning bequest, MS. Top. Oxon. d Extracts from Oxford and London newspapers, copies of letters and documents, &c., relating chiefly to Oxford and Woodstock, leaves. Puttick and Simpson's sale, 14 Dec. 1849, part oflot 615. Phillipps MS. No Percy Manning bequest, MS. Top. Oxon. d 'A list of patents granted under the old law, 1617 to 1852, to persons resident in Oxfordshire', compiled from the official indexes, with printed title-page and preface, and indexed at fo!' 3S, by Richard B. Prosser. (For a similar list for Buckinghamshire, see MS. Top. Bucks. d. 5.) At fo!' 42 are two lay subsidies of the City of Oxford, , copied in 1915 by Constance H. White from documents in the P.R.O., preceded by correspondence relating to them. i+53 leaves (17Y-32v, 33v-37 blank). Bought, MSS. Top. Oxon. d , 220. Four volumes of transcripts, made in 1919 by the Rev. E. J. F. Johnson, Rector of Sarsden, of the registers of the parishes of Churchill: d Marriages 1754 to IS37. iv+ 110 leaves. d Baptisms and burials 1765 to IS12. iv+67 leaves. d Baptisms leaves; and of Sarsden: d. 17S. Baptisms ISI3 to Burials ISI3 to IS69. Marriages IS37 to See also MS. Top. Oxon. c. 233, p. 30 in this Catalogue. H-160 leaves. Given by the transcriber, B 8972 F

80 66 CATALOGUE OF MSS. TOP. OXON. MSS~ Top. Oxon. d Oxford collections of Percy Manning in 23 volumes, formed in late 19th and early 20th cent. except d Historical and antiquarian collections relating to the City and University of Oxford, consisting of press-cuttings, leaflets, and MS. notes, some descriptive oflocal events of about , arranged alphabetically in 6 volumes. d Academic halls-doctors. i+298 leaves. d Earthquake-Knucklebone floors. i+324 leaves. d Lady in the wall-oxfordshire regiment. i+314ieaves. d Pargetting-Royal visit. i+268 leaves. d Saddler-Swyndlestock Inn. i+318leaves. d Tackley's Inn-Yarnton and an appendix. i+287 leaves. d Collections on St. Michael's Church, Oxford, with printed extracts from the parish magazine and from newspapers of i+188 leaves. d Collections on Oxford artists, alphabeticallyarranged.i +77leaves. d Survey of the parish of St. Mary the Virgin in Oxford, being mainly abstracts of deeds, 1I , relating to house properties in the parish: with a table of contents at fol. I. i+472 leaves. d Notes of adjoining properties in St. Mary's parish. i+61 leaves. d Collections relating to the industries of Oxford, Woodstock, Witney, and the neighbourhood. i+194 leaves. d Collections on Oxfordshire folk-lore arranged alphabetically, with a list of contents at fol. I. i+336 leaves. d Do. i+372 leaves. d. 191a. Do. i+217 leaves. d a (fol. 2) Notes on the recording of folk-lore; b (fol. 45) Folk-lore collections by correspondents of Percy Manning; c (fol. 295) Descriptions of Stanton Harcourt by George, 2nd Earl Harcourt in 1808, and by W. R. Halliday in 1909; d (fol. 331) Titles of ballads and broadsides issued during Oxfordshire parliamentary elections, ; e (fol. 368) List of publications of the Oxford Architectural Society. i+405 leaves. d Collections relating to Oxfordshire village life in the 19th cent. i+ 151 leaves. d Tracings and drawings of encaustic tiles in Oxfordshire and elsewhere. i+170 leaves. d Notes on monumental brasses in Oxfordshire, arranged alphabetically under localities: Adderbury-Goring. i+453 leaves. d Do. Hampton Poyle-Yarnton. i+455 leaves. d Do. in Oxford churches and college chapels. i+373 leaves. d Cuttings from the Oxford Times on bells and bell-ringing in Oxfordshire (fol. I), and rubbings of inscriptions upon Oxfordshire church bells, arranged in an alphabetical order of places (fol. 25). i + 63 leaves. d Collections on the celebration of seasonal feasts in Oxford University, City, and County (fol. I) and on mumming, with 13 photor'lphs (fol. 279). i+373 leaves.

81 IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY d Collections on Morris dancing and Whitsuntide celebrations in Oxfordshire. ii+269 leaves. Percy Manning bequest, MSS. Top. Oxon. d See c. 246, p. 33. MSS. Top. Oxon. d Transferred to Printed Books. MSS. Top. Oxon. d. 201)-18. Collections, made in the 19th cent. by W. Langford of Eynsham on the history of Witney, consisting largely of transcripts of original records, but also including press-cuttings and other printed matter. d Witney collections. Vol. 1. A.D ' iii+132 leaves. d Do. Vol. II leaves. d Do. Vol. III leaves. d Do. Vol. IV i+ II3 leaves. d Do. Vol. V leaves. d Do. Vol. VI leaves. d Extracts and notes on the history of England (fols. 4, 55), Winchester (fol. 26), Lincoln (fol. 31), and Oxfordshire (fol. 43). Extracts from John Wesley's Journals, (fol. 57), list of Acts of Parliament for Turnpikes, &c., (fol. 63), Jackson's Oxford Journal (fol. 64), Witney court records, (fol. 70), and miscellaneous notes on Witney (fols. 133, 157), and Stanton Harcourt (fol. 150). 164 leaves. d Account of St. Mary's Church, Witney, with sketches and drawings of the exterior. i+131 leaves. d Do. Survey of the interior, with sketches. 152 leaves. d Collections for the history of parishes within the rural deanery of Witney, illustrated by sketches. ii.+282 leaves. See also MS. Top. Oxon. d Purchased from the compiler by Mr. James Mason of Eynsham Hall and presented to the rectors of Witney. Given by Witney Parochial Church Council, MS. Top. Oxon. d Minutes of the general meetings and committee meetings of the Oxford Graduates Missionary Association, ; written from both ends of the book. i leaves. Given by the Rev. C. F. H. Johnston, MS. Top. Oxon. d See d , p. 65. MSS. Top. Oxon. d See c , p. 33. MS. Top. Oxon. d A record of the campaigns of the 52nd (Oxfordshire) Light Infantry since its formation in 1755 till 1822, printed, for the most part, in W. S. Moorsom, Historical Record of the 52nd Regiment (1860). 119 leaves.

82 68 j CATALOGUE OF MSS. TOP. OXON. On the inner front cover is the ticket of 'J. Hackett, Printer Bookseller &c. Clonmel'. Bought, MS. Top. Oxon. d 'Oratio habita in domo Convocationis a Vice Cancellario Herberto E. D. Blakiston, S.T.D., A.D. x. Id. Oct. anno Dom. MCMXX'. ii+14 pages. Given by the author, MS. Top. Oxon. d. 226 (= R. Top. 732). Extracts from the British Museum Class Catalogue of MS. material relating to the City, University, Diocese, and County of Oxford, but omitting references to individual parishes: a (fo1. I) Oxfordshire; b (fo1. 8) The Diocese; c (fo1. II) The University; d (fo1. 39) The Colleges; e (fo1. 84) The City; f (fo1. 93) Religious Houses. iii leaves. Purchased, MSS. Top. Oxon. d See c. 251-'], p. 34. MSS. Top. Oxon. d Transcripts and a few translations from the Hustengs court rolls, now in Oxford City archives, made by W. P. Ellis, c d Oct Oct leaves (98-end blank). d Oct Oct leaves. d Oct Nov leaves. (Cf. MS. Top. Oxon. c. 439 on p. 124.) Given by W. P. Ellis, MS. Top. Oxon. d A chronological list of buildings of the University and City of Oxford compiled by W. P. Ellis from a printed chronological table of foundations, historical events, and buildings of Oxford, , by James Parker (fo1. 2) and, after 1861, from the annual reports of the Oxford Journal and Oxford Times. There is an index at fo1. 8. At fo1. 89 are rotographs of tables of the titles and of an outline of the descent of Parker & Son, booksellers, of Oxford. i+92 leaves. Given by W. P. Ellis, MS. Top. Oxon. d An alphabetical index to the burial registers of Adderbury, Oxon., ' ii+l44 leaves. Bought, MSS. Top. Oxon. d Lincoln College, Oxford, bursar's yearly accounts, transcribed with notes by the Rev. Andrew Clark.

83 IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY d Accounts for the years 1456, 1476, and leaves. d Accounts for the years 1477, 1479, 1488, 1492 (?), and leaves. d Accounts for the years 1495, 1503, and leaves (38-end blank). Given by the transcriber, MS. Top. Oxon. d 'Early closing in Oxford': minute-book of the Early Closing Committee, , with a preface by H. Paintin. 83 leaves. Given by H. Paintin, MS. Top. Oxon. d A guard-book containing inter alia: a (fol. I) Photograph of the mark of ownership in the Cambridge University Library MS. Ii , formerly the property of Balliol College, late 15th cent.; b (fol. 2) Letter as from Messrs. Treuttel [and Wurtz], London, to Joseph Skelton, 18 Oct. 1828, concerning the engraving of plates; c (fol. 4) Transcript of a fragment of a printed indulgence. A similar one is St. John's College, Oxford, MS. 253, fol. IS; d (fol. 7) Account of leases and licences at Brasenose College, ; e (fol. 13) Letter of J. N. Tilson, Receiver General, Oxfordshire, to Sir William Elias Taunton [d. 1835, Justice of the King's Bench], 27 Dec. 1823, concerning payment of arrears of land and assessed taxes in Oxford; 1(fol. 17) Letter of Rev. C. C. Inge, Vicar of St. Giles's Church, Oxford, to [John] Barclay, Oct. 1921, about the vault containing the coffin of Richard Rawlinson; g (fol. 19) Notes on Oxford halls [by Andrew Clark]; h (fol. 28) Six ink drawings of some 'of the twelve Caesars, Sheldonian Theatre' by E. B. Price, 1845; j (fol. 32) Address to Queen Elizabeth, 'vera copia est... at Ricot 1576'; k (fol. 37) Letter of James Parker to J. Theodore Dodd, 3 Dec. 1907, concerning the date of Littlegate or Watergate in Oxford; I (fol. 43) Oration on Dr. Robert Plot given by A. B. Poynton, 17 May 1927, on the presentation of a window commemorating the first Keeper of the Ashmolean; m (fol. 48) Bill for books of Edward White to Mr. Crossley [bookseller in London and Oxford, ], 1604; n (fol. 50) Letter [written between 1755 and 1772] from J. Bretherton to William Haley about Oxford portraits: o (fo1. 52) Court baron of Sir Edward Simeon, lord of the manor of Britwell 1754, 1766, and of Minigrove, 1759, 1763 (cf. MS. Top. Oxon. c. 265, fo1. 152); P (fol. 79) Latin speech [by A. B. Poynton] presenting Amanulla, King of Afghanistan, for diploma of D.C.L., Mar. 1928; q (fo1. 80) Note by Philip Bliss on MSS. of Suetonius in the Bodleian Library; r (fol. 79) Letter of Dr. M. J. Routh to Mr. Dyer, 22 Nov. 1825; s (fol. 85) Letter of Thomas Hunt [Laudian Professor of Arabic], 16 Aug. 1738, concerning Aethiopic types of alphabet in the Printing House; t (fol. 86) Letter of W. E. Gladstone to E. A. Freeman, 14 Feb. 1884, about the latter's appointment as Regius Professor of Modern History; u (fol. 89) Letter of James Moore to Mr. Townsend, 13 Apr. 1723, endorsed by a note signed by S[arah, Duchess of] Marlborough

84 70, CATALOGUE OF MSS. TOP. OXON. concerning 'Statuary Marble' for Blenheim; v (fol. 91) 'Parliament and the Economic Problem' by Winston Churchill, the Romanes Lecture, 1930;!II (fol. III) Jottings of Greek aphorisms [1828] on the back of a summons to a meeting addressed to the Master of Pembroke College [George William Hall]; x (fols. 113, 178) Copies of letters of F. Barnes, sub-dean of Christ Church, 18 June and 18 Sept. 1814, about the visit of the Prince-Regent and BlUcher, &c. to Oxford; y (fol. 116) Minutebook, accounts, &C. of St. Giles's national Kitchen, ; z (fol. 180) Summary account of the Dunkin Oxfordshire MSS. [Owned by the Guildhall Library, London, and now Dep. d ], so far as concerns Oxford, i+190 leaves. MS. Top. Oxon. d Minute-book of the Oxford Anglo-German society, At fol. i are 2 letters from Dr. R. W. Macan. iii+132 leaves (86-end'blank). Presented by Dr. R. W. Macan. MS. Top. Oxon. d List of 'Oxford students before 1500' including members of religious houses in Oxford, &c. compiled from various sources in 19th and 20th cent. by F. Madan and others. ' 159 leaves. Given by F. Madan, MS. Top. Oxon. d Three addresses in verse by Thomas Creech, spoken at the Sheldonian Theatre, Oxford, on the occasion of the visit of the Duke and Duchess of York and the Lady Anne, 22 May leaves (4-end blank). Bought, MS. Top. Oxon. d Minute-book of the Old Mortality Club, an Oxford University literary society, There is a printed list of members, , on fol. 134, and a photograph on fol. 135 taken in 1860, which includes A. C. Swinburne, J. Bryce, T. H. Green, A. V. Dicey, and J. Nichol (who founded the club). 135 leaves (52-67, , blank). See Memorials of Albert Venn Dicey by R. S. Rait, Given by Mrs. Lucy Jack, MS. Top. Oxon. d A transcript of a Dutch pamphlet [now Antiq. f. B. 1552/1] on the birth of a double-bodied child at Middleton Stoney in 1552, with an English translation and notes preceded by some papers relating to the same matter and followed by a bibliographical note (fol. 23). 29 leaves (6-6v, 8-8v, 10-14, 16, 20, 21, V, 24v-end blank). Given by C. J. Parker, 1924.

85 IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY MSS. Top. Oxon. d. 244, e e The history and antiquities of Chipping Norton, by C. Holmes, 1908, vols. I-III. ii+24ib, 241C--450, and pages. d Historical notes on the neighbourhood of Chipping Norton, by C. Holmes, 1908 [vol. IV] pages. Given by M. K. Pearson, MS. Top. Oxon. d See C. 268-']2, p. 37. MS. Top. Oxon. d Now c. 303, p. 37. MS. Top. Oxon. d Diary of events in Oxford from the winter 1739/40 to 18 Mar. 1817; there is an index at fol. 286v This volume can be used as an index to Jackson's Oxford Journal, leaves ( blank). Morrell collection. Bought, MS. Top. Oxon. d Notes relating to the Chancellor's court in Oxford: a (fol. 3) 'Cognizance of the University court in all causes in which a priviledged person is concerned' probably c. 1820; b (fo1. 7) 'Early instances of the practise of discommoning in the university of Oxford collected from the registers of the university, 1821' by Philip Bliss; c (fol. 27) 'Mr Hughes's account of the privileges and practice of the Chancellor's court, April 9th 1835'. 64 leaves (39-end blank). Morrell collection. Bought, MS. Top. Oxon. d Accounts of Samuel Dennis, Vice-Chancellor, , and of Joseph Chapman, Vice-Chancellor, leaves. Morrell collection. Bought, MS. Top. Oxon. d Bursars' accounts for the Queen's College, Oxford, I Aug Aug leaves (38-end blank). Morrell collection. Bought, MS. Top. Oxon. d Election addresses, songs, and letters relating to the Oxford city election of a Member of Parliament, leaves. Morrell collection. Bought, 1925.

86 770 C I'ALOGUE OF MSS. TOP. OXON. MS. Top. Oxon. d. as2. Minutes of the sub-committee for the relief of the poor in Oxford 21 Jan Mar. 1838, and minutes of the general committee (fol. 49 rev.-28 rev.) 21 Jan Jan. 184 ' 49 leaves. Morrell collection. Bought, MS. Top. Oxon. d 'Liber niger sive registrum nebulonum' a transcript of the Proctors' black book down to 1734, with several additions. At fol. i is a letter from C. Leudesdorf, senior Proctor 1888, about the relation of this transcript to the original. 18th cent. 70 leaves. 'From the books and papers of the Rev. Joseph Chapman D.D. president of Trinity college' (inside cover). Morrell collection. Bought, MS. Top. Oxon. d Incorporated in a. 31 (fols ). MS. Top Oxon. d See p MS. Top. Oxon. d. as6. Now MS. Facs. d. 21. MS. Top. Oxon. d Collections for the history of the Oxfordshire regiment of volunteers, by A. D. Godley and others, leaves. Given by Mrs. A. D. Godley, MS. Top. Oxon. d 'Oxfordia Britanica [sic] or the duke of Clarance' [sic], a romance illustrated by water-colours and pen and ink sketches. Written On p. iii appear the initials 'C.M.S.' and 'G.R.S.' on scrolls flanking the drawing of the frontispiece and title. iv+2u pages (163-end blank). Bought, MSS. Top. Oxon. d Transferred to Oxon. County Record Office, MS. Top. Oxon. d. a71. Historical, genealogical, and architectural notes relating to the parishes. and churches of Ducklington, Cokethorpe, Clanfield, and Fulbrook, compiled, c. 186o-go, by William Langford, by whom there are numerous sketches (1873-6). These are followed by

87 IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY 73 a series of papers on local antiquities read by Langford to the Natural History and Literary Society at Witney (fol. 43). i+216 leaves. Part of the Langford Witney collections, MSS. Top. Oxon. d Restored by W. J. Monk, MS. Top. Oxon. d Collection of 3 manuscripts written in the 18th and 19th cent. A. (p. 20) Transcripts, with translations, of charters and copies of letters relating to the City of Oxford, 12th to 17th cent. Written c Inserted at p. 541 are three original letters, I June 1835, 20 Jan. 1847, 4 Mar. 1847, to William Joy, perhaps the compiler. B. (p. 570) Notes on the public expenditure of the City of Oxford, , and (p. 595) of St. Mary Magdalen parish, C. (p. 611) Excerpts from John Ayliffe's The Ancient and Present State of the University of Oxford, pages, many blank. Bought, MS. Top. Oxon. d The proceedings against the Fellows of Magdalen College, leaves. Inscribed '1st Bundle NO.5' (fol. i) and 'Pretium 20S' (fol. 4). This MS. does not exactly agree with any of the versions printed in Magdalen College and King James II (Oxf. Hist. Soc. vi (1886» but does not appear to contain any material not in it. Bought, MS. Top. Oxon. d Typescript of speeches by Dr. H. Boyd, Vice Chancellor, ii+37 leaves. Given by Mrs. Poynton, MS. Top. Oxon. d 'Oxford within the walls' by Herbert Hurst; a topographical dictionary of colleges, halls, streets, &c., A-La Lavandrie. Written in the 19th cent. and unfinished because 'This undertaking grew too large and health failed.' 401 leaves. Given by H. Paintin, MS. Top. Oxon. d. 276 (= R ). See S.C MS. Top. Oxon. d. 277 (= R ). See S.C MS. Top. Oxon. d A coliection of letters mostly addressed to the Rev. A. C. Headlam and the Rev. Ll. J. Bebb, referring to the support of W. Sanday's candidature for the Lady Margaret professorship

88 74 s;.atalogue OF MSS. TOP. OXON. of divinity, A letter from Charles Lutwidge Dodgson, 13 May 1895, is included. 233 leaves. Given by F. Madan, MS. Top. Oxon. d Minute-book of the Oxford University Cambrian Society, iii pages. Given by the secretary of the society, MS. Top. Oxon. d 'Catalogue of drawings & engravings, including portraits illustrative of the county of Oxford. Collected between the years 18I2 & 1836 by William Upcott.' There is an alphabetical list of the contents at fo1. vi. xv+266 leaves. Bought at Sotheby's sale, 22 Oct. 1928, lot No. 81. MSS. Top. Oxon. d Topographical collections in 2 volumes made about 1780 by the Rev. John Pridden, of Queen's College, Oxford, relating to 'Oxford university and city' and 'Oxford city parishes and country parishes', arranged as follows: d a (fo1. 12) Short notes, largely copies of funerary inscriptions and arms, and illustrations, partly engravings, partly pen or pencil drawings, of colleges. The only set of any length refers to Queen's (fo1. 54) and includes Pridden's accounts and collections for the history of the college; b (fo1. 106) Notes and illustrations of the remains of the abbeys, the castle, the Bodleian, and Schools, &c. followed by a miscellaneous lot of printed pieces relating to the University (fo et seqq., anthems by Philip and William Hayes, fo1. 184, poems by S. Harding) and scattered MS. memoranda, largely but not entirely referring to Oxford. 222 leaves. d a (fol. 9) Notes and illustrations, similar to the first part of Vol. I, of the Oxford City parishes, especially St. Martin's, St. Mary the Virgin's, St. Michael's, and St. Peter's in the East; b (fo1. 66) Three general descriptions of Oxfordshire (printed); c (fo1. 144) Notes and illustrations of Oxfordshire towns and villages, alphabetically arranged, similar to a. 267 leaves. Bought, MS. Top. Oxon. d Transcript of the parish registers of Harpsden, a (fol. 7) Burials, christenings, and weddings, 4 June July 1610 with some notes of births, ; b (fo1. 32) Christenings, 4 June Sept No entries for inclusive; c (fo1. 79) Weddings, 22 June Jan No entries for inclusive; d (fol. 99) Burials, 4 June Dec. 1792; e (fol. 139) Christenings, 16 Dec Oct. 1837; f (fol. 160) Burials, 17 Jan.

89 IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY May 1837; g (fol. 167) MaIriages, 23 Oct Aug Memoranda occur relating to progresses of bounds of the parish in 1656, 1663, and 1672 (fols. 3 and 135-6), to acts of theft and violence (fols. II3, II6), and to mortuary fees (fo1. 133). Typescript. 175 leaves. Given by the Rev. R. Hartley, Rector of Harpsden, MSS. Top. Oxon. d Records of the parish of St. Clement, Oxford, partly collected and partly written by Harry Paintin in about 1929, in 3 volumes. d Vol. I. a (fo1. 7) The manor; b (fo1. 108) Roads and highways; c (fo1. 144) Magdalen and Milham bridges; d (fo1. 181) Temple Mill and bridge; e (fo1. 195) The Boundary Cross and St. Clement's well; /(fo1. 209) Poor Law administration in the 18th cent.;g (fo1. 280) Trades and traders; h (fo1. 302) Census and assessments, ; i (fo1. 345) The Loe or Lowe family; j (fo1. 354) Thomas Wentworth (d. 1628). 359 leaves. d Vol. II. a (fol. 3) The parish church; b (fo1. 34) Population in the 18th and 19th cent.; c (fo1. 40) Obits and lights; d (fo1. 66) Benches and pews; e (fol. 77) Church goods, including bells;/(fol. 131) The rectors; g (fol. 152) Notes on some rectors; h (fol. 205) The 'Oxford Wonder' Henry Watts, 'minister of St. Clement's parish', c. 1658; i (fol. 228) Churchwarden's expenses; j (fol. 260) Parish privileges; k (fol. 283) Analysis of the parish registers; l (fol. 344) Dawson's charity; m (fol. 470) Stone's almshouses; n (fol. 479) Cutler-Boulter's almshouses and dispensary; 0 (fol. 493) William James's charity; p (fol. 510) The Roman Catholic mission; q (fol. 525) Some literary associations of the parish. 547 leaves. d Vol. III. a (fo1. 2) Illustrations; b (fol. 61) Miscellaneous notes and letters; c (fol. 80) Miscellaneous 'Paintiniana'. 98 leaves. Given by H. Paintin, MS. Top. Oxon. d 'Shepilinda's Memoirs of the City and University of Oxford Janry 7th For Dear Scrippye' (fo1. 9). A series of short accounts of the contemporary state and the foundation of Oxford colleges and halls, followed (fo1. 45) by a collection, incomplete at the beginning, of topical verse from the same to the same. There is a dedicatory letter signed 'Altamira' at fol. 80. Written in about , with later additions, some in another hand. The authoress, as appears from references on fols. 10, 40, 43, was Elizabeth, daughter of William Sheppard of Hart Hall. 82 leaves (54-80 blank). Given by the Rev. J. R. Magrath, Provost of Queen's, Previously belonged to N. Egerton Leigh. MS. Top. Oxon. d Transcript made by W. H. Challen of the parish registers of the Church of St. Michael at the North Gate in 7S

90 jiatalogue OF MSS. TOP. OXON. Oxford. Marriages: (with gaps); Baptisms: (with gaps); burials: (with gaps). Typescript, c ii+24j leaves. Given by W. H. Challen, MSS. Top. Oxon. d Transcripts made by W. H. Challen of the parish registers of the following Oxfordshire churches: d Adwell (fo1. I) with gaps, ; Marriages to Aston Rowant(fo1. 23), Baptisms and Burials , Marriages ; there is a gap Typewritten. ii+200 leaves. d Lewknor (fo1. I), Marriages , Baptisms , Burials Chinnor (fo1. 50), Baptisms , , ; Marriages , ; Burials , Crowell (fo1. 158), Baptisms ; Marriages ; Burials Emmington (fo1. 190), Baptisms , ; Marriages ; (but bans continued to 1869); Burials , South Weston (fo1. 235), Baptisms ; Marriages ; Burials Typewritten. 269 leaves. Given by W. H. Challen, MS. Top. Oxon. d Revised proof of W. Tuckwell's Pretractarian Oxford, 1908, the leaves inlaid and many letters, cuttings added. The additional matter mainly consists of letters relative to the publication and sale of the book (fols. 3, 214, 246), letters of thanks (fols. 15, 208), and reviews (fols. 21, 177). 282 leaves. Given by Miss G. Tuckwell, MSS. Top. Oxon. d. 292/1-7, e Minute-books of the Stubbs Society, an Oxford University historical society. d. 292/1. 1 Oct Dec leaves. e leaves. d. 292/2. 27 Jan. IR99-7 May i+132 leaves. e ii-t-261 leaves. d. 292/3. 17 Feb Mar i+321 leaves. d. 292/4. 28 Apr Mar xxvii+255 pages. d. 292/5. 28 Apr June i+134 leaves. d. 292/6. 27 Oct. 193a--, Mar leaves. d. 292/7. 27 Apr Nov leaves. Given by J. B. Cartland, 1932 and MSS. Top. Oxon. d Left blank. MSS. Top. Oxon. d Minutes of the Oxford University Labour Club, , , and and 97 and 142 leaves. Given by F. M. Hardie, 1932.

91 IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY 77 MS. Top. Oxon. d. z99. Transcript made by W. H. Challen in 1932 of the parish register of St. Giles, Oxford. Baptisms: ; Marriages: ; Burials: Typewritten. ii+135 leaves. Given by W. H. Challen, MS. Top. Oxon. d Acts relating to the University of Oxford done by the Crown (fol. 2), by the Archbishop of Canterbury (fol. 54), by the Bishop of Lincoln (fol. 63), by the Archdeacon of Oxford (fol. 68), by Parliament, &c. (fol. 69). Abstracts of certain charters granted to the University (fol. 88), and index to records in the appendix to John Ayliffe's The Ancient and Present State of the University of Oxford, vol. 2, 1714 (foi. 212). Written in the 19th cent. by J. R. Kenyon. i+223 leaves. Given by Major-General E. R. Kenyon, MS. Top. Oxon. d Alphabetical list of New College members of Convocation (fol. 14), preceded by a list of subscriptions received on account of the Testimonial to Sir Robert Inglis, M.P. for the University, leaves (36-end blank). Transferred from Archives, MSS. Top. Oxon. d. 30z-3. Printed catalogue of members of the University from 1659 to 1800, interleaved with MS. notes chiefly biographical. Written in early 19th cent. Inserted is a letter of Richard Bligh to Baxter, printer, Oxford, dated 'London, 21 Sept.' [? early 19th cent.] (fol. 6). Pp of the printed catalogue of the letter 'M' are missing. d A-L. 342 leaves. d N-Z. 254 leaves. Bliss papers transferred from Archives, MSS. Top. Oxon. d Printed catalogue of members of the University for 1815, interleaved with MS. notes, chiefly biographical. Written in early 19th cent. A-J, 350 leaves, J-Z, 305 leaves. Bliss papers transferred from Archives, MSS. Top. Oxon. d Collections of miscellaneous notes and newspaper cuttings, chiefly historical or topographical, relating to Oxford and its neighbourhood, made by John Gilbert in the 19th and 20th cent. 133 and 92 leaves. Given by Mrs. J. Yockney, 1932.

92 ,8,...cATALOGUE OF MSS. TOP. OXON. MS. Top. Oxon. d 'Map of the franchises', a transcript made by Lady Stainer in the 19th cent., from the report of the committee appointed to investigate the boundary of the City of Oxford, 22 July Part of this report was used by G. P. Hester, see d leaves (2o-end blank). Given by C. L. Stainer, MS. Top. Oxon. d 'Going the Franchise, 1851', being a copy by H. Minn, 1933, of an almost complete transcript made and annotated by George P. Hester, town clerk of Oxford, 1851, of the 'report of the committee appointed to ascertain the extent of the city jurisdiction... July 22, 1800', accompanied by maps and by Minn's accounts of 'Going the Franchise' in 1860, 1892, and 1931, that of 1892 being illustrated with photographs. 43 leaves. Given by H. Minn, MS. Top. Oxon. d Letters relating to University affairs addressed to Sir William Anson, Warden of All Souls College, leaves. Transferred by the Secretary of Faculties, MS. Top. Oxon. d. 3I1. Transferred to d. 292/4. See p. 76. MS. Top. Oxon. d Minutes of the annual meeting of the Oxford City Mission, , together with some printed accounts of expenditure and a few other papers, written between 1907 and leaves (41-end blank). Given by the Rev. Dr. Bradyll Johnson, MS. Top. Oxon. d. 313 (= MS. Welsh d. I). MS. Top. Oxon. d A guard-book containing: a (fol. I) Fell's Speech by Charles Sawkins, Given by Rev. B. W. Bradford, 1935; b (fol. 25) Drawings of a chalice and paten at Forest Hill, Oxfordshire. Given by Canon E. H. Goddard, 1935; c (fol. 27) Letter of Sir Robert Newdigate, 13 Feb. 1755; d (fol. 29) Three letters of William Levett to Henry Hyde, 2nd Earl of Clarendon, ; e (fol. 35) Letter of Ambrose Lancaster, Vicar of Watlington ( ). Given by Cheltenham Public Library, 1945;1 (fol. 36) Poem against Samuel Wilberforce, Bishop of Oxford; g (fol. 38) Letter of Herbert Edward Salter, 25 Jan. 1947, about John de' Edgcombe, Mayor of Oxford. Given by E. A. Greening Lamborn, 1947; h (fol. 39) Carmen ad Festum divae Catherinae V.M. Novbris 25 A.D habitum, by J. Nixon. Given by S. Gibson, 1949; i (fol. 41) Letter of Sir Leoline Jenkins to James Bertie, 3rd Baron Norreys of Rycote, Lord Lieutenant of Oxfordshire, 4 Oct Given by C. Roth, 1950; j (fol. 43) Receipt from Morris and Cooper, cycle

93 IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY 79 makers, Given by Rev. Noel E. Hope, 1950; k (fol. 44) 'The arms of Bishop Nicholas Ridley' [by Michael Maclagan, 1950]. Given by the author, 1951; 1 (fol. 51) Vice-Chancellor's permission to the Oxford University French Club to play Moliere's 'L'Ecole des Femmes' and 'L'Anglais tel qu'on Ie parle' by Tristan Bernard on 18 May 1914; m (fol. 52) Two programmes of the same. I and m given by E. Underwood, n (fol. 54) Letter of Samuel Goodenough ( , later Bishop of Carlisle) to Rev. G. H. Glasse of Hanwell, Middlesex, 30 Dec. 1806, concerning George Henry [Glasse] becoming a commoner at Christ Church; 0 (fol. 56) Letter of Joseph Blanco White to Edward Hawkins, Provost of Oriel College, 23 July 1828; P (fol. 60) copy of letter of A. T. Gilbert, Principal of Brasenose College, to R. Dawson, 3 Feb Given by Mrs. R. W. Jeffery, 1954; q (fol. 64) Letter of W. E. Gladstone to Archeacon [Benjamin] Harrison, II Mar. 1854, about reform of Oxford University; T (fol. 66) Address written by Mr. Alan H. Mackinnon and read by Mr. Bouchier [? to the Oxford Philothespian Society,? c. 1882] concerning the future Oxford University Dramatic Club. Transferred from MS. Top. Oxon. d. 372; s (fol. 69) Letter [1836?] of Hames] H[aughton] Langston [M.P. Oxford and ] to Mr. [Alderman] Browning of Oxford concerning the Oxford Commission of Magistrates; t (fol. 71) Letter of Charles L[loyd, Regius Professor of Divinity, 1822, and Bishop of Oxford] to the Rev. Hohn] W[illiam] Whittaker [Fellow of St. John's College, Cambridge, and Vicar] of Blackburn ( ),24 June 1825, concerning disciplinary action against a member of Christ Church; u (fol. 73) Letter of Thomas Greenwood [of St. John's College, Cambridge, and Gray's Inn] to the same Rev. J. W. Whittaker, 2 May 1828; v (fol. 75) Francis Flemyng authorizes Stephen Bull to receive the rest of his fee from Master Brickam, 8 May 1556; 'l9 (fol. 76) Receipt by Thomas Hayoke for 10 paid by Mr. Brigham for the use of [William] Aubrey 'for the redynge of the cyvilliesson at Oxforth', 21 June 1557; x (fol. 77) Copy of a letter of institution from William Gray, Bishop of Lincoln, for Nicholas Ridell to the rectory of Tusmore, 24 Aug Printed Tusmore Papers ed. L. G. Wickham Legg, 1939, page 2; y (fol. 78) Statement made in accordance with a Royal Proclamation of Jan by John French, Fellow of Merton, with notes added by Peter Turner, Savilian Professor of Geometry, ; z (fol. 79) Letter from Thomas Barlow, Bodley's Librarian to (Sir R[ ] B[ ]) 25 Mar. 1658; aa (fol. 80) Address given by the Bishop of Oxford [H. J. Carpenter] to the Oxford Diocesan Conference, 7 Nov. 1956; bb (fol. 86) Address given by the Bishop of Oxford [H. J. Carpentcr] to the Oxford Diocesan [Conference, 6 June 1956, given by J. Owen, 1956; cc (fol. 94) Abstracts of P. C. C. Wills and one Chancery Proceeding. (i) John Tolson, Provost of Oriel, 1638 (P.C.C. 10 Twisse), (ii) Francis Newman, Fellow of All Souls, 1649 (P.C.C. 185 Fairfax), (iii) Edmund Highfield, Rector of Steeple Aston, 1654 (P.C.C. 73 Alchin), (iv) John Stanley of Canterbury, clerk, 1657 (P.C.C. 285 Wootton), (v) John Cave of Cold Overton, Leics., 1695 (P.C.C. 172

94 80... CATALOGUE OF MSS. TOP. OXON. Irby), (vi) Bill of complaint of John Cave of Great Milton, Given by A. G. Matthews, 1957; dd (fol. 109) Letter, 8 Feb. [1682-3], from Bishop John Fell to Henry Thynne recommending [Robert] Harsnett to the Lord Keeper as rector of St. Clement's, Oxford, in place of [Humphrey] Prideaux, preferred to Woodstock. Given by J. S. G. Simmons, 1957; ee (fol. III) Water-colour drawing of Holton House, Given by G. W. T. Tyndale Biscoe, 1958;ff. (fol. 112). Journal kept by Emily E. Eliot on a visit to Oxford in June Given by S. E. Morison, 1957 (Printed in B.L.R. vi (1960),551-8); gg (fol. 129) Photostat copy of 'Ditchley House, Oxfordshire. Circa A.D From a painting on panel.' Given by R. T.Lattey, 1958; hh(fol. 133) Note from Dr. Bulkeley Bandinel to the executor of Mr. Bohte, Given by Howard S. Mott, 1959;jj (fol. 136) Two letters from Sir Walter Raleigh, one to the Vice-Chancellor and Hebdomadal Council and one to Professor D. Nichol Smith, Given by Professor D. Nichol Smith, 1959; kk (fol. 146) Three letters from F. Madan to F. C. S. Schiller, 1929, about a proposed publication, Talebearers, with a list of Oxford 'Narranda', 13th-19th cent. Bequeathed by Col. C. H. Wilkinson, MS. Top. Oxon. d Collection of academic orations, including a (fol. 17) Oratio Eglesfeldiana; b (fol. 31) In obitum. Jacobi Cook, 1780, by Richard Colley Wellesley, Marquis Wellesley; c (fol. 37) Oratio Felliana, by Dr. Henry Wellesley; d (fol. 57) Oratio Bodleiana, 1821, by the same; e (fol. 81) List of Bodleian orators, At the beginning is a collection of poems and prose exercises, mainly in Latin, 18th cent. 96 leaves. Given by Rev. B. W. Bradford, MSS. Top. Oxon. d A collection of 12 volumes of letters and notices, , 'relating to the Oxf{)rdshire Natural History Society (known as the Ashmolean Natural History Society from 1901) and to the Midland Nat. Hist. Societies', which had been preserved by F. A. Bellamy for record purposes; it formed the material upon which he wrote the historical account of the society, The volumes are numbered II to 13; vol. I, which was also used by F. A. Bellamy and contained mostly letters, notices, &c., 188<>-7, was returned to G. C. Druce. The order is intended to be chronological. d Vol. II v+151 leaves. d Vol. III '7.lxi (blank}+199 leaves. d Vol leaves. d Vol Sept leaves. d Vol Sept leaves. d Vol Jan.-31 Dec leaves. d Vol. 8. I Jan.-30 June leaves. d Vol. 9. I JulY-31 Dec leaves. d Vol. 10. I Jan.-31 May leaves. d Vol. II. I Jun.-31 Oct leaves. d Vol. 12. I Nov.-31 Dec leaves.

95 IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY 81 d Vol Jan Feb leaves. A note on p. 1 of Vol. II by F. A. Bellamy states 'I fully intended to give the whole collection, for preservation, to the Ashmolean Natural History Society; but owing to gross insults from the two librarians. aided by the Hon. Sec... I decided either to offer the collection to the Bodleian Library or to destroy the whole.' Given by F. A. Bellamy, MS. Top. Oxon. d. 328/1-3. c Minute books of the Oxford University Scout Club, 19I<)-27, , and minutes of the committee, iii+290, iii + 183, and ii+145 leaves xxvii+357 pages. Given by the O.U. Scout Club, 1936, MS. Top. Oxon. d. 329/1-2. A thesis on a complete series of the proclamations issued by Charles I during the years , both during his progress to Oxford and his residence there until the surrender of the City in 1646, relating especially to Oxford and neighbouring counties, by E. J. S. Parsons. The proclamations are arranged in the following classes: (I) the Royal Army, (2) Pardons, (3) the claim to judicial and constitutional authority, (4) finance, (5) the navy, (6) trade and communications, (7) religion, and (8) Oxford There is a list index at fol. iii of Vol. II; see also Supplement to B.Q.R. viii, no. 90 (1936). Vi+218 and x+389 leaves. Given by E. J. S. Parsons, MSS. Top. Oxon. d See c p. 48. MS. Top. Oxon. d Library register of University College, leaves. Given by E. F. Carritt, MS. Top. Oxon. d Abstracts of the Crown cases, with verdicts and sentences, in the assizes of the Oxford circuit from the assizes at Reading, 21 Feb to the assizes at Stafford, 12 Aug. 1642, with original notes in the hand of Zachary Babington. The autumn circuit of 1639 and the spring circuit of 1641 are omitted. iv+67 leaves. See also MS. Top. Oxon. f. 47. Purchased, MS. Top. Oxon. d Transcripts of the parish registers of Horspath, , transcribed by the Rt. Rev. F. J. Western, Bishop of Tinnevelley, c Baptisms. a (fol. I) ; b (fol. II) ; c (fol. 24) 1729-')8; d (fol 34) Copied from the Bishop's transcripts, ; e (fol. 36) ' B81172 G

96 82 CATALOGUE OF MSS. TOP. OXON.... Mam'ages. f (fol. 47) ; g (fol. 49) ; h (fol. 50) ; i (fol. 52) ; j (fol. 53) ; k (fol. 57) ; Burials. I (fol. 60) ; m (fol. 66) ; n (fol. 67) ; o (fol. 75) ; P (fol. 83) Copied from the Bishop's transcripts, u; q (fol. 85) ; T (fol. 90) Note on parish-register transcripts; s (fol. 91) Signatures of clergy and other notes and memoranda; t (fol. 97) Index of names and u (fol. 110) of places. Vi+1I2 leaves. Given by Rt. Rev. F. J. Western, Bishop of Tinnevelly, MS. Top. Oxon. d 'The Amery Gallery, B.N.C ' An album of drawings, &c. mainly of Brasenose College and its members leaves. Formerly owned by J. W. Cobb, B.N.C. Given by F. F. Ma9,an, MS. Top. Oxon. d 'The Anti-Newdigate. Dedicated to members of the University by the author and may be obtained at her residence, Taplin's, St. Clements, 10 Oct ' V+21 leaves. From Dr. Wellesley's MSS Given by F. F. Madan, MS. Top. Oxon. d Dr. William Hayes's History of the Music Room. Written probably in At fol. Iv is an engraving of the south elevation of the Music Room in Holywell Street, Oxford. Included are a list of subscribers (fol. 4) and some accounts of receipts and expenditure (fol. 5v ). ii + 12 leaves. Given by F. F. Madan, MS. Top. Oxon. d Letters from William Schomberg of University College, Oxford to John Davidson of Redland House near Reading, and 7 Figtree Court, Inner Temple, 1773 to 1778, relating chiefly to the lesser literary figures of the day and to a few of the clubs in Oxford and London. i+26 leaves. Formerly Phillipps MS Given by F. F. Madan, MS. Top. Oxon. d Brasenose College Chapel: a few facts in connexion with its building mainly based on a 'Booke of Accounts for the New Buildings in Brasenose College in Oxford Begun Anno Dni. 1656', a book in the college bursary. The extracts were taken

97 IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY by, or for, W. T. Coxhill, 4 Dec. 1907; see B.N.C. Monographs, III, Oxf. Hist. Soc. Iii (1909). iii+13 leaves. Given by F. F. Madan, MSS. Top. Oxon. d Two interleaved volumes of A. Wood's Antiquities of Oxford (1786) with several hundred drawings, some in water-colour, portraits, arms, brasses, old plans, &c., with MS. additions, written and printed in 18II and before. viii+429 and ii+s22 leaves. Formerly owned by Rev. W. Dyke (Vice-Principal of Jesus College 1844, died 1880) and F. Madan, Given by F. F. Madan, MS. T~p. Oxon. d Early history of Ipsden and its neighbourhood [by Edward Anderdon Reade]. IS4leaves, II6--end blank. Given by E. B. Reade, MS. Top. Oxon. d History of North Stoke, Ipsden, and Newnham Murren, written in 19th cent. [by E. A. Reade]. 31 leaves. Given by E. B. Reade, MS. Top. Oxon. d 'Letters of advice to a young Gentleman upon his first Admission into a Colledge in the University of Oxford.' Written in ii+s6ieaves. From the library of the Duke of Newcastle. 'No. 644.' Bought, MS. Top. Oxon. d Transferred to d. 292/6. See p. 76. MS. Top. Oxon. d Abstracts of 14th-17th cent. rentals, deeds and court rolls relating to the manor and advowson of Glympton made. by J. A. C. Vincent in leaves. Given by S. A. Warner, MS. Top. Oxon. d Correspondence, 189S-6, on repairs to the substructure of Kelmscott House, and records of owners. Typed list of papers (fo1. i); letter from Philip Webb to Hughes, builder (fol. i); letter from Morris to Webb with plan of Kelmscott (fo1. 2); 3 sketch-plans of Kelmscott ground floor and substructures (fo1. 4); correspondence between Webb and Hughes (fo1. 7); letter from Mrs. Morris to Hughes (fol. 9); correspondence between Webb and Hughes

98 CATALOGUE OF MSS. TOP. OXON. and the Acme Wood Flooring Co. (fol.lo); letter from Mrs. Morris to Webb (fol. 35), accounts and receipts trol. 36); 'list of deeds referring to Kelmscott handed over from W. Haines, Farringdon, to the late Mr. C. Hobbs of Maiseyhampton' (fol. 39). ii+44 leaves. Given by Robert Steele, MS. Top. Oxon. d Papers of Dr. Hastings Rashdall, written and typed c. 1900: a (fol. I) Essay without title, on the Nihilianist controversy of the 12th cent. and its relation to later views on the humanity of Christ; b (fol. 15) 'The study of the Classics in the Middle Ages'; c (fol. 36) 'Principles to be observed in compilation of an Oxford Chartulary' ii+42 leaves. Given by Mrs. Rashdall, MSS. Top. Oxon. d Oxford University Gymnastic Club, minute book and account book, ' 138 (Is-end blank) and 146 leaves (8-end blank). Given by Lieut. W. E. Charles, MS. Top. Oxon. d Commission of inquiry respecting lands of Popish recusants in Oxfordshire and minutes taken by the Commissioners concerning such lands in Somerton, Souldern, [Steeple] Barton, North Aston, Kiddington, [Great] Milton, Waterperry, and Sandford [on Thames] (fol. 10). Written in Modern transcript (fol. 19). 81 leaves (39-80 blank). See Oxoniensia, xiii (1948), Given by Dr. John Johnson, MS. Top. Oxon. d See p MSS. Top. Oxon. d Letters of John Randolph, Rector ofewelme 1783, canon of Christ Church and Regius Professor of Divinity, , Bishop of Oxford , of Bangor 1806-g, of London , to his brother-in-law, the Rev. Thomas Lambard, Rector of Ash, Kent, See also b d. 353/1. Vol. I, i+73 leaves. d. 353/2. Vol. 2, 1788-g3. i+75 leaves. d. 354/1. Vol. 3, i+61 leaves. d. 354/2. Vol. 4, 1796-g. i+83 leaves. d Vol. 5, i+123 leaves. d Vol. 6, i+146 leaves. Given by George Randolph, MSS. Top. Oxon. d Lectures by Edward Nares, Regius Professor of Modern History, in 2 volumes consisting of II notebooks.

99 IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY 85 d Five lectures on political economy given in Merton Hall in 1817 and again in ii+139 leaves. d a (fol. 1) Five lectures on political economy given in Merton Hall in 1817 and again in 1820; b (fol. 138) Terminal lecture on British constitutional history given in the Natural Philosophy School, 23 Feb i+ 161 leaves. Given by Miss Agatha M. White, great-granddaughter of Edward Nares, through H. W. Garrod, MS. Top. Oxon. d. 359/1, 2. Minute books of the Jowett Society, , i+226 and i+ 157 leaves. Given by the Secretary of the Jowett Society, 1942, MS. Top. Oxon. d Guard-book containing copies of University lectures received in accordance with the statutes: a (fol. I) Harold Edward Dale, The personnel and problems of the Higher Civil Service (Sidney Ball Memorial Lecture, 1943), printed in Barnett House papers no. 26 (1943); b (fol. 33) A. D. Ritchie, Scientific method in social studies (Herbert Spencer Lecture, 1943); c (fol. 60) John Laird, Political liberty and human wellbeing (Herbert Spencer Lecture, 1944); d (fol. 85) John Boyd Orr, The third major transition phase of civilization (Herbert Spencer Lecture, 1949); e (fol. 118) Edouard Dolleans, Three pointll of contact between France and Great Britain ; outstanding moments in the history of the worker movement (Sidney Ball Memorial Lecture, 1949); f (fol. 155) Sir W. H. Fyfe, Herbert Spencer (Herbert Spencer Lecture, 1951); g (fol. 183) J. B. S. Haldane, Time in Biology (Herbert Spencer Lecture, 1955); h (fol. 218) Morris Ginsberg, Social Change (Herbert Spencer Lecture, 1958); i (fol. 271) Sir Charles Darwin, The increasing numbers of mankind (Herbert Spencer Lecture, Nov. 1958);j (fol. 309) Baroness Wootton of Abinger, The Arbitrator's task (Sidney Ball Memorial Lecture, 1958); k (fol. 330) Noel Annan, Three Sociologists in English Literature (Herbert Spencer Lecture, 1960). Acquired at various dates, MS. Top. Oxon. d Minute book of the debating society called The Hermes, There is an index on p ix+ 509 pages ( blank). Given by Canon F. J. Meyrick, MS. Top. Oxon. d Oxford Historical Society. Correspondence and papers relating to the appeal for new members made in 1936 on the occasion of the publication of the society's hundredth volume. 75 leaves. Transferred from the Department of Printed Books, 1944.

100 86 CATALOGUE OF MSS. TOP. OXON. MSS. Top. Oxon. d See p. /3. MS. Top. Oxon. d The Grey Friars in Oxford, by A. G. Little (Oxford Historical Society, xx, 1891). The author's working copy with many additional notes and corrections. Bequeathed by A. G. Little, MS. Top. Oxon. d Papers (a few printed) relating mainly to the building of the Church of St. George the Martyr, Chapel of Ease in the parish of St. Mary Magdalen, Oxford, 1847-' leaves. Given by the Rev. B. S. Hack, Vicar of St. Mary Magdalen Church, MS. Top. Oxo'n. d. 37z. Minute book of the Oxford Philothespian Society, 187<)-82. Inserted throughout are printed programmes, photographs, and printed press notices. 107 leaves. Given by Miss Counsell, MS. Top. Oxon. d Account book of the commissioners of the turnpike road from Ryton Bridge to Banbury, iii+173 leaves (133-end blank). Given by E. R. C. Brinkworth, MS. Top. Oxon. d. 374/1-4, 6-9. Minute books of the Origen Society, , , ,1925-9,1933-7, ,1945-8, i+250 leaves, i+296 leaves, vi+710, xxix+305, xxix+303, xxix+305, xix+265 pages and 192 leaves. Given by the Origen Society, MSS. Top. Oxon. d. 375-'7' Minute books of the Strafford Club, Oxford, 17 Oct Mar. 1892, 27 Apr Dec. 1904, and 25 Jan June 1909 respectively. 232 leaves, iv+546 pages, and i+186 leaves. Given by the Rev. R. H. Lightfoot, MSS. Top. Oxon. d See p MS. Top. Oxon. d Three letters of Edward Copleston, Provost of Oriel College, Oxford, to Mr. Vulliamy, clockmaker, iii+50 leaves (17-50 blank). Bought, MS. Top. Oxon. d. 38z. List of Franciscan D.D.s of Oxford, Cf. MSS. Eng. hist. c I2zleaves. Bequeathed by A. G. Little, 1946.

101 IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY MS. Top. Oxon. d Daily journal of W. Tredwell, an Oxford schoolboy, 183Z pages. Bought, MS. Top. Oxon. d See p. U4. MS. Top. Oxon. d Box containing 8 bundles of Ashhurst papers including: a (fol. II) Sir Henry Ashhurst's papers about Robert Boyle's trustees, and (fol. z8) about a building dispute, 1701; b (fol. 89) Nine letters between Alexander Lindsay, 6th Earl of Balcarres and Sir William Ashhurst, 1786; c (fol. 117) Sir Adam Ottley's report on a case about the debts of the late Sir George Croke, 4 Nov. 169Z; d (fol. 140) Letters relating to the sale of the Baldon estate to Sir Charles Willoughby, 1798; e (fol. 163) Receipt for reward for reporting buried treasure, 1700; f (fol. 166) Two letters from Thomas Hunt, stockbroker, 1705; g (fol. 171) 'The Queene of Hungary's water', a receipt from Thomas Ashhurst esq.; k (fol. 174) Papers relating to the manor and tithe of Waterstock, c The box also contains deeds relating to Brill and Risborough (Bucks.), Purleigh (Essex), Hadlow (Kent), Lancaster, Liverpool, Manchester, and Porston (Lancs.), Chalgrove, Draycot, Emmington, and Waterstock (Oxon.), and Ipswich, New England, described in the slip calendar of deeds. See also MSS. ch. Bucks. 873, 874, Lancs. Zo-Z3, London and Middlesex 434,435, Oxon. 4095, , 4z55-8. Recovered from salvage, MS. Top. Oxon. d The parish church of W roxton and the chapelry of Balscote. Historical notes edited and arranged by the Rev. Ronald Cameron West, A.K.C., Vicar of Wroxton. Typescript, iv+98 leaves. Given by the Rev. R. C. West, MS. Top. Oxon. d See S.C. z8694. MS. Top. Oxon. d.388 (R). Account of Abbot John Burton as receiver of Oseney Abbey z5 Mar., zo Hen. VIII (15Z9). For earlier 16th-cent. rolls in the same series see 'Cartulary of Oseney Abbey', ed. H. E. Salter, vi. z08 (Oxf. Hist. Soc. ci (1936». I I membranes. Given in 1950 by Messrs. Hinckley, Birch, and Crarer Lichfield per P. Laithwaite. MS. Top. Oxon. d. 389' 'Corn book 1601' of Corpus Christi College, Oxford, listing rents in money, corn, and malt from the college estates

102 88 CATALOGUi OF MSS. TOP. OXON. in Hampshire, Oxfordshire, incolnshire, Kent, 'Gloucestershire, Bedfordshire, Berkshire, Devon, and Buckinghamshire. 33 leaves. Given by the Oxford City Engineer, MS. Top. Oxon. d Additions to Joseph Foster's Alumni Oxonienses, Part I, by A. G. Matthews. Most of these give further biographical information about clergy of the mid-17th cent. (other than those included in Cammy Revised, 1934 and Walker Revised, 1948) from Lambeth Palace Library, Public Record Office, diocesan and parochial records. For explanation of the abbreviations used see Calamy Revised, pp. lxii-lxvi. Graduates A-D. i+150 leaves. The additions are continued on a card index. Given by A. G. Matthews, MS. Top. Oxon. d 'A survey of An Estate Belonging to the Rt. Honble Geo: [Talbot, 14th] Earl of Shrewsbury at Heythrop in Oxfordshire 1759.' 44 leaves. Bought, MSS. Top. Oxon. d. 39M. 'Praelectiones academicae', an incomplete series of lectures by J. J. Conybeare given while Professor of Poetry at Oxford, , on classical authors, chronologically arranged, and bound, with many blank leaves, in contemporary vellum in 5 volumes numbered 3--'7. d vol. 3. 'Praelectio tertia lat: Oct: ' on Naevius and Livy and 'Praelectio 5to De Ennio' (fol. 155), i+238 leaves. d vol. 4. Six praelectiones on Lucretius, iv+i45 leaves. d vol. 5. Three praelectiones on Catullus, i+164 leaves. d vol. 6. Five praelectiones mainly on Greek poetry, especially Hesiod, v+l44 leaves. d vol. 7. Six praelectiones on Greek poetry, especially Homer and Hesiod, including the Homeric hymn to Dionysos (fol. 6) ii+132 leaves. Bought, MS. Top. Oxon. d. 397=c p. 55. MS. Top. Oxon. d Notes and collections made by H. Paintin, , relating to: a (fol. I) Christopher Kempster of Burford, a mason associated with Sir Christopher Wren, comprising a short account of Kempster and of the discovery of his memorandum book, which is transcribed (fol. 15), and photographs of objects and places ccjnnected with Kempster (fol. 40); part of the contents of the memorandum book

103 IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY has been printed in 'Tom Tower', Christ Church, Oxford (1923), annotated by W. D. Caroe; b (fol. 54) The church and parish of Holton; c (fol. 83) Burford. At the end of the volume (fol. II2v) are miscellaneous jottings, a considerable proportion of them referring to the subject of architecture. ' 135 leaves. Given by H. Paintin, MSS. Top. Oxon. d Records of the meetings of the Oxford Clerical Association (later Society), (vol. xxiii), , and , 68, and 130 leaves. For earlier volumes see S.C , Given by the Rev. G. Barrington-Baker, MS. Top. Oxon. d (Reserved.) MS. Top. Oxon. d Cyril Dean Darlington, The Coming of Genetics (Herbert Spencer Lecture, 1950). 122 leaves. Received from the University Registry in accordance with the statutes, 1951 MSS. Top. Oxon. d /1-3' See c p MS. Top. Oxon. d Minute book of the Mrica Society at Oxford University, ii+147 leaves ( blank). Given by A. B. Emden, MS. Top. Oxon. d Papers of Charles Dyson: a (fol. I) A sermon on I Peter i ; b (fol. 14) A paper on miracles; c (fols. 17,60) Two lectures written as Rawlinson Professor of Anglo-Saxon at Oxford, See J. T. Coleridge, A Memoir of the Rev. John Keble, 3rd ed. (1870), p. 37. i + 98 leaves. Given by the Pilgrim Trust, 1951, together with a collection of papers of the Coleridge family. MS. Top. Oxon. d Notes on the parish histories of HRey, Littlemore, and Cowley. Compiled by Mrs. O. P. Wood and being mainly a study of medieval families and estates. i + 42 leaves. Given by Mrs. O. P. Wood, MS. Top. Oxon. d See b. 248, p. 20. MS. Top. Oxon. d List of letters, diaries, bills, lists, and accounts in the Mapledurham library in 1923, made by Caroline Elizabeth, wife

104 90 CATALOGUE OF MSS. TOP. OXON. of Edward Francis Ridd~l-Blount, and copied in 1952 by Miss K. Fitzgerald. References are added to the shelfmarks of the documents so far identified among those deposited in the Bodleian Library in A copy of the handlist is at fo ii.+78 leaves. Given by Miss K. Fitzgerald in MS. Top. Oxon. d Accounts, , of the Rev. James Thomas Round ( ) of emoluments and payments as Fellow of Balliol College, leaves. Transferred from the Essex Record Office, MS. Top. Oxon. d Suggestion Book of the Oxford University German Club, i+60 leaves. Given by E. Underwood, MS. Top. Oxon. d A collection of press cuttings relating to the Oxford University Co-operative Society, leaves. Given by E. Underwood, MSS. Top. Oxon. d. 419, e Collection of photographs, newspaper cuttings, &c. made by William Newcome Waller who matriculated from Christ Church in January 1860 and died in d Book containing 18 photographic portraits of members of the University, mainly of Christ Church, of Loders Club, , views of Oxford, newspaper cuttings, ii+74 leaves. e Book containing 49 photographic portraits of undergraduate members of the University, mainly of Christ Church, and of the Royal Family, statesmen, and other notabilities. ii+26 leaves. Given by Mrs. Ella M. Craig Waller, MS. Top. Oxon. d The Draconian. A subject-index for the years 188g-1950' viz. Nos. 1 to 189, by H. G. Dixey, pages. Given by the compiler, MSS. Top. Oxon. d. 421 (R)-d. 438 (R). See p MS. Top. Oxon. d See c. 474, p. 57 MS. Top. Oxon. d (Reserved.) MS. Top. Oxon. d. 441/1, 3, 4, 5 (= R ). Typescript of the Calendar of the Oxfordshire Quarter Sessions Rolls by W. J. Oldfield copied from the originals in the County Record Office.

105 IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY d. 441/1. Vol. I. Easter 1687-Michaelmas 1713, i+286 leaves. d. 441/3. Vol. II. a. Easter 1783-Trinity ii+301 leaves. d. 441/4. Vol. II. b. Michaelmas 1807-Epiphany ii+301 leaves. d. 441/5. Vol. II. c. Easter 1822-Michaelmas 1830' i+280 leaves. Given by Miss K. Fitzgerald, 1953, 1954, MS. Top. Oxon. d J. F. Bright, Lectures on English constitutional history since Notes taken by A. F. Pollard, Jesus College, c. 1890' i+80 leaves. Given by Graham Pollard, MSS. Top. Oxon. d See p. 20. MSS. Top. Oxon. d. 44S-8. Records of the Oxford and County Club, d Minute book, V+229 leaves. d Minute book, i leaves. d Minute book, leaves ( blank). d Candidates book, leaves ( blank). Given by the Club, MSS. Top. Oxon. d. 449-So (= R. Top. 66S). Catalogues of muniments of Christ Church, Oxford by E. G. W. Bill d Manorial records. ix+280 leaves. d Maps, plans, and drawings. vii leaves. Given by the Governing Body of Christ Church, MSS. Top. Oxon. d. 4S1-S. Lecture notes of Owen Surtees Phillpotts of Worcester College, reading Literae humaniores, d Plato, Republic, I-IV, by R. L. Nettleship, Trinity Term, i+u3 leaves (6o-end blank). d Aristotle, Politics [? by A. H. J. Greenidge, Michaelmas Term, 1891 or D. G. Ritchie, Trinity Term, 1891] (fol. 6v ) and Roman agrarian laws [? by W. W. How, Trinity Term, 1891] fol. 74v rev.). 75 leaves. d Introduction to Greek philosophy, Trinity Term, 1891 (fol. IV) and Outlines of moral philosophy, Michaelmas Term, 1891 (fol. 26v) by W. H. Hadow; Bacon, Novum organum, by T. Case, Hilary Term, 1892 (fol. 93v). i+121 leaves. d.454. [Constitutional history of the Roman republic, by H. F. Pelham, Trini,ty Term, 1892] (fol. 3); Political philosophy [? by D. G. Ritchie or W. G. Smith, Michaelmas Term, 1891] (fol. 107 rev.). 108 leaves. d The philosophy of Aristotle, Michaelmas Term, 1892 (fol. I) and Metaphysical questions of causation, time, space, and the external world, Trinity Term, 1893 (fol. 71v) by T. Case; Logic by J. Cook Wilson, Hilary Term, 1893 (fol. 164 rev.). At fol. 171 rev. is an 'Index to [C.] Cannan's Lectures on Aristotelian Logic May 1892.' i+184 leaves ( blank). Given by D. Buxton, 1954.

106 92 CATALOGUE OF MSS. TOP. OXON. MS. Top. Oxon. d. 45J. IfHey school log book, xiii+ 501 pages. Given anonymously through the V.C.H. Oxfordshire committee, MS. Top. Oxon. d Two papers read before the Oxford Architectural Society and one paper before the Cambridge Architectural Society and written by N[orris] D[eck]. On legendary coat armour, read 30 May 1849 and illustrated by Francis Comyn and James Parker with water-colour drawings of shields of arms (fol. I); on rebuses, read 21 Nov (fol. 35) and on the connexion between heraldry and ecclesiology, read 12 May 1852 (fol. 66). v+87 leaves. Given by Miss E. M. Lamborn, MSS. Top_ Oxon. d See b. 249, p. 21. MS. Top. Oxon. d See p MS. Top. Oxon. d. 461/1, 2. (= R. Top. 683). Calendar of Oxfordshire records at Merton College by W. H. Stevenson. d. 461/1. (a) Oxford, college and city, c ; (h) Holywell, St. Peter's in the East deeds, (fol. 124), rentals, ; rolls oflegal proceedings, ; court rolls, ; (c) County of Oxford (fol. 185): Chalgrove, Cuxham, Haseley, Latchford, Hampton Poyle and Hampton Gay, Britwell, Stokenchurch, Watlington, Aston Rowant, and Ibstone deeds, , Cuxham manorial accounts, (fol. 231), rentals, (fol. 232), and court rolls, (fol. 235), Wolvercote accounts, (fol. 243), proceedings about Witney rent charge (fol. 243), and Hensington terriers, (fol. 243), with deeds about Chipping Norton and Over Norton (fol. 245), Yarnton (fol. 245), and Eynsham (fol. 246). Typescript. i+250 leaves. d. 461/2. (fol. I) Warden's accounts, ; (fol. 4) Bursars' rolls, ; (fol. 27) Subwardens' rolls, ; (fol. 34) Accounts of chaplains, proctors and supervisores operum, c ; (fol. 40) Accounts of supervisors of pueri de genere fundatoris, c ISIS; (fol. 42) accounts of the master of the boys of Wyliot's Foundation, 138o-c. 1550; (fol. 45) calendar of college accounts, ; (fol. 52) various accounts, &c. relating to the college, Typescript. i+ 57 leaves. Given by Miss K. Fitzgerald, MS. Top. Oxon. d Transcript of the entries for concerning Williamscott School from the School Book of the founder, Walter Caleott, in the possession of T. Loveday, Williamscott, Banbury. Typescript. i+22 leaves. Given by T. Loveday, 1955.

107 IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY 93 MS. Top. Oxon. d Index to the earliest parish register of Cuddesdon (including Wheatley), Oxon. comprising christenings, marriages, and burials from 1541 to 1739, excluding christenings from i+197 leaves. Given by V. L. Palmer, MS. Top. Oxon. d. 464 (= R ). List of MSS. belonging to Worcester College, Oxford, not described in Coxe's Catalogue. Typescript. 23 leaves. Copied from the list in Worcester College library, MSS. Top. Oxon. d , f. 60. Oxford University Fabian Society, d Minute book, ii+198 leaves. d Minute book, leaves (99 blank). d Minute book of the Balliol Fabian Group, ii+ii4 leaves (96 blank). f. 60. Account book, i+99 leaves (67-end blank). Given by T. Chaundy, 1956, MSS. Top. Oxon. d (= R & R ). St. John's College, Oxford. Summary Catalogue by H. M. Colvin of MSS , being a supplement to H. O. Coxe's Catalogue of Oxford College Libraries, leaves. Given by H. M. Colvin, MS. Top. Oxon. d 'Notes on certain College Edifices', mainly relating to college chapels in Oxford and Cambridge, Eton and Winchester, and to St. George's Chapel, Windsor. Included is a discussion on the origin and evolution of the Oxford type of 1:o11ege gateway and the genesis of the separate room and separate staircase in Oxford and Cambridge. Written by J. E. Morris, 1939-c Typescript. ii + 2 I 6 leaves. Given by Mrs. J. E. Morris, MS. Top. Oxon. d Notes relating to Oxford and Oxfordshire: a (fol. I) Waterstock. Compiled from a family pedigree by Margaret Deneke, 1947, and given by her, 1953; b (fol. 6) Waterstock Rectory: 50 years ago. By Gladys Ashhurst, 1947; c (fol. 21) Our parish of Cottisford, Oxfordshire, and its church. By Rev. C. Rayner-Smith, rector. Picture of Cottisford church Given by Rev. C. Rayner Smith, 1955; d (fo1. 44) Copy of a short account of the Oxford Middle Class Day School for Girls, St. Denys School, Winchester Road, Oxford. Probable date, Summer Given by Miss M. G. Hargrave, 1956; e (fol. 50) Notes on Middleton Stoney. By R. Elkerton, Cambridge, Given by the author, 1956;J(fol. 134) A copy of notes on

108 94 CATALOGUE OF MSS. TOP. OXON. 'Bicester in the 1870's/written in 1952 by Fred. Hudson ( ). Given by C. H. Hudson, leaves. MSS. Top. Oxon. d. 472/1, 2, e Minute books and suggestions book of the Oxford Carlton Club.. d. 472/1. Minutes of General Meetings, 21 May 1919 to 5 Feb ii+136 leaves (I14--end blank). d. 472/2. Minutes of the Committee, 18 May 1914 to 20 June 1955 (fol. I); Minutes of the Finance Sub-Committee, I Feb. [? 1948] fol ii+788 pages ( , 655--'745 ; blank). e Members' Suggestions Book, Apr leaves (152--end blank). Given by F. M. H. Markham, MS. Top. Oxon. d 'The Oxford branch of Galpins. Their origin and brief accounts of incidents connected with them. Visits to Dorset and meetings with my kinsfolk. Recorded by Sydney Galpin, the last male descendant with the name of Galpin living in Oxford of William Galpin the founder of the Oxford branch.' Written, vi+3171eaves. Given by S. Galpin, MS. Top. Oxon. d Newdigate Prize poems, Oxford; a (fol. I) 'Palestine', by Reginald Heber, 1803, pro separately, n.d.; and in Oxford Prize Poems, p. 65; and in Heber's Poems and Translations, 1812, &c.; b (fol. 21) 'Travels of Discovery into the Interior of Africa', by Henry Allen Johnson, Copied in two contemporary hands. iii+27 leaves. Owned by H. Maria Sparrow, 12 Nov Given by F. H. Parker, MS. Top. Oxon. d History of Filkins, written and completed in 1958, by George Swinford. I13 leaves. Given by the author, MS. Top. Oxon. d See c. 516, p. 59. MS. Top. Oxon. d. 477 (= R ). Index of books in the Bodleian Library annotated by E. A. Greening Lamborn, chiefly relating to the topography of the Oxford Region. Typescript. 131 leaves. Compiled in the Library, 1958.

109 IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY MS. Top. Oxon. d The MS. of John Dunkin's History and Antiquities of Bicester, I8I6. Early 19th cent. xii+261 leaves. Bought, MSS. Top. Oxon. d. 471)-81. Author's autograph MS. of Historical Notices of the Parishes of Swyncombe and Ewelme in the County of Oxford, by the Hon. and Rev. H. A. Napier, M.A., Rector of Swyncombe. Printed Oxford, It is the copy sent to press. d Chapters pages. d Chapters pages. d Appendix pages. The illustrations in the printed text on pp. vii and x, 55, 55c, 68, 139, 175, 224, 237, and 246 are missing. There are 8 illustrations of Swyncombe church which were not included in the published volume. Bought, MS. Top. Oxon. d Letters from William Osborne Maclaine, an undergraduate of Wad ham College, Oxford, to his parents, Lieutenant Colonel and Mrs. Hector Maclaine of Thornbury (Glos.), 20 Oct July leaves. Bought, MS. Top. Oxon. d Volume of programmes (some in manuscript) and notes relating to the Oxford Choral Society, 1861}-83. Collected by W. Howell Allchin. iii leaves. Given by Miss G. M. Allchin, MSS. Top. Oxon. e Collections for Jesus College, Oxford, made in 1914, by the Rev. Dr. Andrew Clark, vols. XV-XIX (cf. S.C MSS. Top. Oxon. e ). e Vol. xv. Lists of members battling, , (fol. 48v) explanatory notes, (fol. 50) notes from the buttery books, leaves. e Vol. xvi. Lists of tradesmen and notes of miscellaneous disbursements, , (fol. 56) miscellaneous notes from the buttery books, , (fol. 79) tables of numbers of members, , accessions, , and provenance of members, leaves. e Vol. xvii. Lists of members occurring in the books in the years leaves (1l}-end blank). e Vol. xviii. Yearly lists of members, , even years. 95 leaves (27-end blank). e Vol. xix. Do., , odd years. 96 leaves (2~nd blank). Given by the executors of Rev. Dr. Andrew Clar~, MSS. Top. Oxon. e are described in S.C. VI. 9S

110 96 CATALOGUE OF MSS. TOP. OXON. MS. Top. Oxon. e. 15~. List of titles of 'Oxford and Cambridge verses on publick occasions', the earliest 'Peplus Illustrissimi viri D. Philippi Sidnaei 8upremis honoribus dicatus. axon: 1587', the latest 'Gratulatio Academiae Cantabrigiensis in pacem Georgii III. auspiciis Europae feliciter restitutam. Anno 1763'. 20 leaves. Given by F. Madan, On inner cover: 'James Bindley 1783', 'Lilly', 'B ', Phillipps MS MS. Top. Oxon. e Rules of the Brazen Nose Chess Club (fol. 7), with the minutes of its meetings, I (fol. 57v Tev.), part of which (fol. 52v Tev.) are printed in OuT Memories, no. 13 (fol. 3). 57 leaves (29-50 blank). Given by F. Madan, Formerly owned by two W. Tuckwells, whose bookplates are in the front and back covers. MS. Top. Oxon. e A 17th-cent. copy of the statutes of Balliol College drawn up in 1507, as printed in vol. I, p. I of the Statutes of the Colleges of Oxford, ii+36 leaves (17-end blank). Given by F. Madan, MS. Top. Oxon. e 'An abstract of writings belonging to the University being cheifly former and present leases' covering the years leaves. Given by F. Madan, Thrown out of the University Archives in 1891 or MS. Top. Oxon. e. 1M. Rules and 'Register of General Meetings of the University Reading Room', leaves (14-36 blank). Given by F. Madan, MS. Top. Oxon. e 'Names of members of the University Reading Room', leaves. Given by F. Madan, MS. Top. Oxon. e Letters from Herbert Hurst to F. Madan, Bodley's Librarian, '], about a transcript (MS. Top. axon. d. 72) of the Oxford Collections of Nicholas Bishop. Cf. MS. Top. Oxon. e. 96 for photographs of part of the original MS. 3;leaves. Given by F. Madan, 1917.

111 IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY 97 MS. Top. Oxon. e The Oxford Argo, a short satirical poem on the Oxford Movement, attributed, according to a note by Henry Gough on p. I, to the Rev. H. B. Bulteel, but really by Richard Burdon, [1845]. iv+20 pages. Given by F. Madan, MS. Top. Oxon. e Oxford Prize poems: a (fol. 2 and fol. 49) Two copies of Reginald Heber's Carmen Seculare which gained the Chancellor's Prize for Latin verse, 1801, both with autograph additions and alterations by the author; b (fol. 27) Copy of J. J. Conybeare's Bramae Religio which gained the Chancellor's Prize, 1800, with autograph inscription 'J. Boswell from the Authour'. Both poems are printed in Poemata in Theatro Sheldoniano recitata, Cf. MS. Top. Oxon. c. 216, c. 219, d. 162, d i+72 leaves. Given by F. Madan, Formerly Heber MS and Phillipps MS. 8305(2). Lot 600 in the Phillipps sale, 21 June MS. Top. Oxon. e 'Strephon's Revenge, A Satire on the Oxford Toasts' by Nicholas Amhurst, as first printed in 1718, followed by the 'Miscellaneous works of Mr. Lewis Jones A.B. of Jesus College, Oxon' (fol. 24), two poems which are repeated at fol leaves. Given by F. Madan, MS. Top. Oxon. e A paper in Latin on the fourth eclogue of Virgil read before the Provost and Fellows of Worcester College, 3 June leaves. Given by F. Madan, MS. Top. Oxon. e A collection of Latin verse, very largely written by Christ Church men, along with a few prose epitaphs. The bulk of the book is made up of Carmina quadragesimalia, as printed in vol. I, 1723, pp Similar but apparently unpublished pieces are at pp and In addition there are: a (p. I) Musica Incantans by Robert South; b (p. 21) Verses by Westminster scholars on the death of William, Duke of Gloucester, 1700; C (p. 63) Verses on the death of George, Prince of Denmark, 1708; d (p. 71) Epitaphs of Dean Henry Aldrich, Richard Busby, John Philips the poet, Cardinal Mazarin, and others; e (p. 265) Muscipula by Edward Holdsworth;f(p. 285) Nundinae Sturbrigienses by Thomas Hill of Trinity College, Cambridge, and (p. 299) J. Howlett of the same college; g (p. 317) A series of epigrams in elegiacs (resembling those in Musae Cantabrigienses, 1810); and a number of other shorter pieces. vi+453 pages (352-end blank). Given by F. Madan, Formerly Phillipps MS B 8972 H

112 98 CATALOGUE OF MSS. TOP. OXON. MS. Top. Oxon. e. 17o!Papers and notes relating to the celebrations at Wheatley of the coronations of Kings Edward VII (fol. 2) and George V (fol. 32v). 75 leaves. Formerly owned by Frederick Howard Alden of Wheatley. Given by J. G. Wiblin, MS. Top. Oxon. e Vacant. MS. Top. Oxon. e Critical notes on Christopher Smart's Tripos Verses for the years and on Francis Fawkes's English translations of them, both printed in Fawkes's Original Poems, 1761 (fol. I). The rest of the volume is a commonplace book made up of pieces of Latin taken from Exercitia Etonensia, fols. 41 seq., and of English verse taken from printed sources, such as Musae Etonenses (fols. 41 seqq.), Carmina Oxoniensia (fols. 54v seqq.), Cambridge Triposes (fols. 60 seqq.), Robert Lowth's de Sacra poesi Hebraeorum (fols. 67 seqq.), and the like. The initials of the compiler may have been J. A. (fol. 78). viii+88 leaves. Given by F. Madan, MS. Top. Oxon. e An index to marriages in vol. II of Oxfordshire parish registers (vol. 160 of Phillimore's parish register series), made by Canon W. J. Oldfield. v+617 leaves. Given by Canon W. J. Oldfield, MS. Top. Oxon. e. i74. Notes, written in early 19th cent., of the inscriptions and arms in the churches of Enstone (p. 85) and 15 neighbouring parishes with a table of the lords of each manor and numbers of seats of each parish at p ii+ 122 pages (102-end blank). Percy Manning bequest, Bought from Evans in 1834 by Sir Thomas Phillipps, in whose library it was MS MS. Top. Oxon. e Notes made early in 19th cent. by Percy Manning on sources for Oxfordshire topography including: a (fol. I) A list of monumental inscriptions in Oxfordshire recorded in certain MSS. in the Wood and Rawlinson collections, and the Harleian and Additional MSS. in the British Museum; b (fol. 67) Notes from Hearne's collections on the Roman remains at Stonesfield, with notes on Mary Hill's grave near Fawler, on Lee's Rest near Charlbury, on Gallow Hill, and on Watts Well in Kiddington; c (fol. 130) List of drawings, photographs, &c., in the Bodleian and in the British Museum, relating to Oxfordshire topography; d (fol. 203) Materials for Oxford-

113 IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY 99 shire topography in the King's Library and Print Room of the British Museum and in the Victoria and Albert Museum; e (fol. 25S) Three printed pieces including 'Manuscript materials for the Topography of Oxfordshire in the library of the Society of Antiquaries, London,' by Percy Manning. i+277 leaves. Percy Manning bequest, MS. Top. Oxon. e A line-for-line transcript, made in 19th cent., of part of MS. Top. Oxon. f. 36 (Collections relating to North Leigh), of pp. IV of inside cover-s, and pp viii pages (<)-59 and 70-end blank). Percy Manning bequest, MSS. Top. Oxon. e Two score-books of the Magadalen (i.e. the Oxford University) Cricket Club, kept by David Hodgkins, groundsman, IS42-6 and IS ii+74 and 65 leaves. Percy Manning bequest, Bought c. IS95 from the family of David Hodgkins by Percy Manning. MS. Top. Oxon. e 'A plan of Whichwood Forest and Blandford Park.. taken by Order of his Grace the Duke of Marlborough, Lord Warden of the Forest. Drawn by J. Underwood, ISI3. From Pride's Survey 1770" on a scale of 4'3 in. to the mile. Percy Manning bequest, Formerly in the possession of Captain Henderson and of F. Madan. MS. Top. Oxon. e 'Inventory of Furniture, Fixtures, China, Plate, Linen and Stock of Mr. Jackman, Three Goats Inn, Corn Market [Oxford], Valued to Mr. Thos. Bishop, August 25, 1834.' ii + 22 leaves. Percy Manning bequest, MS. Top. Oxon. e Copy of the indenture between Deborah Bodley, Edward Warland, and William Bodley of Oxford, 1678, the original itself being MS. ch. Oxon ii+i2 leaves (S-end blank). Given by the Rev. W. D. Macray, c MSS. Top. Oxon. e 'Oxford in Term-time. A Journal of the Easter and Trinity Terms 1890', by Beatrice Batty. 59 and 67 leaves. Given by the authoress, 1915.

114 100 CATALOGUE OF MSS. TOP. OXON..J MS. Top. Oxon. e. 184' Notes and transcripts, made in early 20th cent. by Percy Manning, of leases and other 14th-18th-cent. documents, relating to Eynsham (fo1. 10), Nether Worton (fo1. 30), and North Leigh (fo1. 41). At fo1. 57 is a copy of a court-roll of Tadmarton (1614), now MSS. Rolls Oxon (MS. Phillipps 29185). i+69 leaves. Percy Manning bequest, MS. Top. Oxon. e Statements of sums of money received between 1631 and 1635 by John Gould, steward to Nicholas Hampson of Broadwell manor, Oxfordshire. ii+8 leaves. Percy Manning bequest, MS. Top. Oxon. e Accounts of estates, in various counties, including Wardington and Kingham, Oxon., belonging to New College, Oxford, ; at fo1. 42v rev. are lists of University delegates of ' 74 leaves (7-40 and blank). Given by Rev. Greville J. Chester, MS. Top. Oxon. e Letters and other papers relating to the contest between Edward B. Cowell, Monier Williams, and Max Milller for the chair of Sanskrit at Oxford University in 1860; the majority being addressed to the Rev. W. E. Buckley who canvassed for Williams in the election. ii leaves. Bought by F. Madan at a sale of the Rev. W. E. Buckley's papers in 1894 and given by him, MSS. Top. Oxon. e See S.C ' MSS. Top. Oxon. e. 11)0-4' See c , p. 33. MS. Top. Oxon. e 'The Oxford Ancient History Society, 1884: Minute Book etc.' , containing: a (fo1. iv) Rules; b (fo1. 3) Lists of members (mainly autographs); c (fo1. 10) Minutes of meetings; d (fo1. 80v) Accounts, in addition to much printed matter. Written mainly by [Sir] Charles W. C. Oman. 88 leaves. Given by J. Wells, Warden of Wadham, MS. Top. Oxon. e Extracts on the history of Oxford collected c by John Richard Green from printed sources. 96 leaves (IIv-IS, 62-94v blank). Given by Mrs. J. R. Green per Robin Flower, 192 I.

115 IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY MSS. Top. Oxon. e See e , p MS. Top. Oxon. e Accounts of the Oxford Choral and Philharmonic Society, leaves. Given by Mrs. Gerrans, MS. Top. Oxon. e 'Ducklington; Register of Epitaphs in the old churchyard and Church' compiled by Malcolm Charles Macray, leaves. Bought, MS. Top. Oxon. e A commonplace book written in the late 17th cent. principally containing speeches and poems, including: a (fo1. I) Terrae filius speeches made by [Henry] Gerhard of Wadham in 1669, and (fo1. 105) John Rotheram of Christ Church in 1671, and (fo1. 15) music speeches by Thomas Lawrence of University in 1669, and anonymous in 1663; b (fo1. 43) Two odes by Sprat, and poems by Waller, Dryden, &c., followed by (fo1. II4) further poems by Dryden, Buckingham, &c.; c (fo1. 87) 'A speech made in the house of peers by the Lord Lucas, Feb '; d (fo1. 92) 'The earle of Strafford's letter to his Majestie 1641 desiring him to passe the bill of Attainder'; e (fo1. 95) 'A catalogue of books printed at Oxon. 1666'; f (fo1. 124) 'A speech made to their Majesties Saturday August at their first entrance into Bath, by my lord Hawly recorder....' 235 leaves (131-end blank). Bought, MSS. Top. Oxon. e See d p. 71. MSS. Top. Oxon. e See C. 268-,]2, p. 37. MS. Top. Oxon. e. 2II. Now c. 297, p. 38. MS. Top. Oxon. e See c , p. 37. MS. Top. Oxon. e Minutes, accounts, and other memoranda relating to a soup kitchen and other Oxford charities. Written and printed about At fo1. 62 is a printed copy of A List of the Several Charities of the City of Oxford, leaves. Morrell collection. Bought, 1925.

116 102 CATALOGUE OF MSS. TOP. OXON. MS. Top. Oxon. e. zi/verses to be recited at the Oxford Act, 1733, preceded by printed papers relating to the Act, and followed at fol. 64 by a printed speech and by 2 printed sermons for Act Sunday. 98 leaves. Morrell collection. Bought, MS. Top. Oxon. e Account of money received by the Bodleian Library, chiefly fees payable by members of the University on graduation, largely in the hand of John Price, Bodley's librarian. At fol. 34 is a list of 'Books lent by me [John Price] to different gentlemen'. Written leaves. Morrell collection. Bought, MS. Top. Oxon. e. z16. Transcript of the statutes of Merton College and (fol. 15) of Laud's injunctions, followed (fol. 29) by notes on the founder and the college. Written about leaves (3g-end blank). Inscribed on fol. 3 'Jo: Cocks ' Morrell collection. Bought, MS. Top. Oxon. e. Z17. Accounts of Joseph Chapman as President of Trinity College, , and (fol. 92 rev.) account of tithes paid to him as rector of Garsington and Daglingworth (Glos.), leaves (35-60 blank). Morrell collection. Bought, MS. Top. Oxon. e. z18. Copies of legal forms issued by the lieutenants and magistrates of Oxfordshire, At fol. 26v rev. is a surveyor's account, Written c leaves. Morrell collection. Bought, MS. Top. Oxon. e. ZI9. Assessments for rates and taxes in the liberties of Upton and Signet in the hundred of Bampton, leaves (48-85 blank). Morrell collection. Bought, 1925.

117 IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY 103 MS. Top. Oxon. e Notes on Filkins and other places in the neighbourhood collected from oral tradition by Thomas Banting, apparently a farmer of Filkins. Written c leaves (17-end blank). 'This MS. was given to me by Mr. Thomas Banting of Filkins, 30 years ago... His ancestors had dwelt in Filkins and the neighbourhood for centuries and all the records that are here given are the results of conversations he had heard from his forbears... William J. Monk July ' Given by W. J. Monk, MS. Top. Oxon. e. 2:U. Now MS. Facs. c. 2. MS. Top. Oxon. e Now MS. Facs. d. 21. MSS. Top. Oxon. e ' A history of Oxford from the earliest times until the end of the eighteenth century, in 2 volumes. Written in the 19th cent. iv+185 and ii+191 (104-end blank). Bought, MS. Top. Oxon. e 'Lectures in divinity read by Edward Bentham D.D., R.P.D.' [Regius Professor of Divinity and Canon of Christ Church]. There is a printed summary of these lectures in Bentham's Reftexions upon the study of Divinity, Written in the 18th cent. i+ 135 leaves. Inscribed on fo1. i 'H. Hall Queen's' [matric. 1768, B.D. 1792J. Bought, MS. Top. Oxon. e Lectures in ecclesiastical history, apparently delivered in Oxford. Written in the 18th cent. ii+136 leaves. Inscribed on fo1. i 'H. Hall Queen's' [matric. 1768, B.D. 1792]. Bought, MSS. Top. Oxon. e Minutes of the Oxford branch of the National Service League: e ii+82 leaves (12-end blank). e iii+62 leaves. e , including letters from the central branch. ii+ 59 leaves (45-end blank). Given by Dr. J. Wells, MSS. Top. Oxon. e Minute-books of the Ambarum Club, a dining-club for members of the Universities of Oxford and Cambridge. e i+91 leaves ( blank). e ii+82 leaves (l9-end blank). Given by P. E. Matheson, secretary of the club, 1927.

118 104 CATALOGUE OF MSS. TOP. OXON. MS. Top. Oxon. e. z3z. A contemporary copy of 'The Whippiad', a humorous poem written in heroical style by Reginald Heber, afterwards Bishop of Calcutta, Inscribed 'T. Winfield' (fo1. 1), who matriculated at Brasenose College, 1800, and on fo1. 2 is a silhouette portrait. There is another and later copy in MS. Eng. poet. d. 41. The poem was printed in Blackwood's Magazine, liv (July 1843),100-6, and again, with an introduction, by H. J. Ram in The Brazen Nose, i (Nov. 1910), 101-IZ. 21 leaves. Bought, MS. Top. Oxon. e. Z33. A collection of drawings, nearly all of Oxford or the neighbourhood, made in 1835 by W. A. Delamotte (fo1. 9) and F. Mackenzie (fo1. 29), some of which were used to illustrate J. Ingram's Memorials of Oxford, Vol. II. At fo1. 40 are 13 additional drawings by F. Mackenzie which were also used to illustrate Ingram's Memorials. 57 leaves. Bought, 1928; the 13 additional drawings, bequeathed by S. A. Warner, were added in MS. Top. Oxon. e. z34 (= R. 6. z4o). See S.C MSS. Top. Oxon. e. z35-9. Fives volumes of minutes of the Oxford branch of the Church Association of School Managers and Teachers. e Minutes of the Committee, leaves (II8-82 blank). e Minutes of meetings, i+l04ieaves. e Do leaves. e Do leaves. e Do leaves (51-89 blank). Given by the Rev. G. H. Hodge, MS. Top. Oxon. e. z40. 'Origin, History and Description of Summer Town; written in the Autumn of 1832, Inscribed to the Revd. Wm. Birkett Allen, D.C.L. (the first appointed minister), by J. Badcock' (fo1. 6), with a detailed table of the inhabitants, showing the date of their house, number in family, parish, trade, ability to read and possession of a bible (fo1. 39v). At the end (fo1. 87) is a copy of a farewell address to Allen, dated 21 Sept (See H. Minn in Oxoniensia, xi and xii (1946-7), ) i+96 leaves (64-86 blank). Given by T. W. Hodges, MS. Top. Oxon. e. z4i. Minutes, covering the period Apr to June 1801, of the meetings of two bodies of inhabitants of Oxford and

119 IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY the neighbourhood and their committees, which eventually became 'The Corps of Oxford Loyal Volunteers', a body formed to assist the authorities in their prosecution of the war with France. There is a summary index at fol. 59. ii+62 leaves. Given by T. W. Hodges, MSS. Top. Oxon. e See h p. 14. MS. Top. Oxon. e Account book of private expenses of William Deedes, C.C.C., matriculated 5 Mar (fol. 80), viii leaves. Given by Mrs. Gardner-Waterman, MS. Top. Oxon. e Letters, &c. addressed to W. H. Turner relative to his work in the Bodleian Library, ; supplementary to S.C They are arranged chronologically but the undated letters (fol. 435) are in alphabetical order of signature. 517 leaves. Bought, MS. Top. Oxon. e A list of the principal prmted works containing engravings, woodcuts, lithographs, &c., of Oxford, 1575 to c. 1850, compiled by H. Minn, The list is arranged in chronological order. There is an alphabetical index of engravers, &c., at fol leaves. Given by the compiler, MS. Top. Oxon. e 'The number and admeasurement of the timber trees cut down upon the estates of William Fermor Esq., at Tusmore, Hardwick, Cottisford and Fritwell in the county of Oxford', followed by William Fermor's accounts with Messrs. Hopcraft & Son, timber merchants, iv+178 leaves (156-end blank). G. J. Dew bequest, MS. Top. Oxon. e A record kept by Charles Wesley King, lettercarrier of Somerton, Oxon., of preachers at the Wesleyan chapel at Somerton, 5 Jan Jan. 1910, and of the texts from which they preached. x+133 leaves (121-end blank). G. J. Dew bequest, MS. Top. Oxon. e A record of the properties used at funerals managed by J. Thorp, Oxford undertaker, 2 Nov Sept. 1848, with an alphabetical index at page iv. xxix+267 leaves. G. J. Dew bequest, 19JI. los

120 106 CATALOGUE OF MSS. TOP. OXON. MS. Top. Oxon. e Church notes for Oxfordshire, Berkshire, Buckinghamshire, and Northamptonshire of which there is an alphabetical index of places on p. ix and of family names on p It appears to be a copy written in the late 18th cent. or early 19th cent. and to be almost entirely derived from Nafuaniel Greenwood's Notes, , MS. Top. Oxon. e xvi+366 pages (35o-end blank). Armorial bookplate of R. E. Burrowes. G. J. Dew bequest, MS. Top. Oxon. e Oxfordshire collections, in the same hand as e. 262, containing: a (fol. II) Oxford church notes, including notes on coats of arms in stained glass in the Divinity School and in the Bodleian Library; b (fol. 60) An account of Dorchester 'copied from a transcript of a manuscript of T. Hearne's in the Bodleian Library..' [now Rawl. MS. B E, fol. 32]; C (fol. 102) Notes on the almshouses at Ewelme, with a copy of their statutes. At fol. 151v is a note signed 'JanY T.B.R'. 158 leaves (many blank). Armorial bookplate of R. E. Burrowes. G. J. Dew bequest, MSS. Top. Oxon. e. 264~' Transcripts made in the 20th cent. from the parish registers of Bicester: e Marriages, , ii+86 leaves. e Marriages, leaves. e Baptisms, i+77 leaves. Given by the Rev. G. P. Crawfurd, MSS. Top. Oxon. e See d. 292, p. 76. MSS. Top. Oxon. e Commonplace books containing miscellaneous notes, mainly of Oxford interest, written in the 19th cent. by Philip Bliss. i+62 (27-end blank) and ii+ii4leaves (57-end blank). Transferred from the University Archives, MS. Top. Oxon. e 'Memoranda relative to the Oxford Press mainly of the 17th cent.' Written by Philip Bliss in 19th cent. i leaves (42-99 blank). Transferred from the University Archives, MS. Top. Oxon. e Coloured copies and one photograph of the frescoes formerly in St. Andrew's Church, Old Headington, with commentary by Herbert Hurst. 16 leaves. Given by C. L. Stainer, 1933.

121 IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY MS. Top. Oxon. e See p MS. Top. Oxon. e See p MS. Top. Oxon. e 'List of graduates and others of the University of Oxford from October ' in alphabetical order A-P, with additions and corrections up to leaves. Found in the Library. MS. Top. Oxon. e Transcript of Cassington parish register, , made by H. Minn, i+loo leaves. Given by H. Minn, MS. Top. Oxon. e I (fo1. 2) Receipts made out by the Senior Proctor of the University of Oxford for the time being to the master and wardens of the Tailors' Company of Oxford, for 6s. 8d. due as a fee farm rent, on consideration of the University's having agreed in 1604 not to allow unauthorizcd tailors to ply their trade in the colleges, 30 June 1665 to 14 July (fo1. 148v rev.) Receipts made out by the Vice-Chancellor and Senior Proctor for the time being to the master and wardens of the Tailors' Company of Oxford for 8s. and 41. respectively, due for the admittance of 'foreigners' to the said company, 15 Oct to 21 Mar leaves ( blank). Given by the master and wardens of the Merchant Tailors' Company of London A note inside the front cover dated 31 Dec shows that the book came into the possession of George P. Hester, steward of the Tailors' Company, when the company broke up, and was by him presented to William Thorp. MS. Top. Oxon. e A description of Tischendorf's visit to Oxford and to Corpus Christi College, 14 Mar. 1865, from the diary of H. O. Coxe, Bodley's Librarian. Printed by the Rev. Hilgrove Coxe in The Pelican Record, xix (1929), leaves (15-end blank). Given by the Rev. H. Coxe, MS. Top. Oxon. e Bampton terrier of titheable lands. Written in and before i+ 1I2 leaves. On inside back cover is written 'John Withers 1768'. Bought, MS. Top. Oxon. e Late 17th-cent. commonplace book with music speeches (fo rev.), spoken by Mr. [EmmanuellLangford at Christ

122 108 CATALOGUE OF MSS. TOP. OXON. Church, 1683, by Mr. Smith, of University College, 1693, and by Mr. [Henry] Walbank, of Trinity College, At fol. 678 rev. is a poem beg. I'm vext to see my muse so angry grown. i+705 pages (many blank). Bought, MSS. Top. Oxon. e. Z8I, f. 49. Books of the Red Herring Club at Oxford, e. z8i. Accounts and memoranda, (fol. IV); list of members, (fol. 136v rev.); Articles agreed upon, 1714 (fol. 133v rev.) with additional resolutions up to 1740, record of election of members and other memoranda, (fol. 124v rev.); register of attendances, (fol. 109 rev.). 138 leaves (15-92 blank). Lot 1029 in Heber sale, part XI (MSS.), 18 Feb and lot 145 in Henry Wellesley sale, 3 Aug On fo!' 136v rev. is the library stamp of F. Madan, B.N.C. Oxford, f. 49. List of members, (p. 3); Articles agreed upon, 1714 (p. 9) with additional resolutions up to 1740 (p. 12); memoranda, (p. 19); register of attendances, (p. 60); accounts and memoranda (p. 292 rev.). 292 pages. Formerly Phillipps MS On p. I is the library stamp off. Madan, B.N.C. Oxford. Given by F. F. Madan, MS. Top. Oxon. e. 28z. Lectures on the history and topography of Oxford written by Gen. Gibbes Rigaud for delivery before the Cooperative Society at Oxford in leaves. A note on p. i states that the volume was given to W. D. Macray by the Rev. J. Rigaud, the writer's brother. It belonged to W. D. Macray in MS. Top. Oxon. e New College statutes, written during the wardenship of Michael Woodward ( ). XX+224 pages. On fol. I 'Mich: Woodward custos' (d. 1675). The scribe writes in a German type of hand. Given by the Rev. H. E. Saiter, MS. Top. Oxon. e 'The Record Book of "The Old Mortality Junior",' an Oxford undergraduate society, Photographs of the members of 'Old Mortality Senior', and of the 'Old Mortality Junior' on fols. IV and 3v II4 leaves (39-II4 blank). Given by the Rt. Hon. H. T. Baker, formerly president of the society, 1942

123 IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY 109 MS. Top. Oxon. e. z8s. Survey of land in St. Giles, Oxford 'Anno Domini This Book contains the plan and Measurement of Several pieces of Land in the Common Field of Saint Giles, Oxford, Now in the Occupation of Mr. Richard Ward, Surveyed and Planned By Richard Lee, Feb. 8th.' (fo1. i). i+25 leaves. Given by J. C. B. Gamlen, MS. Top. Oxon. e. z86. Nathaniel Greenwood's description of 'The monuments, epitaphs and arms in ye windows of ye parish churches and colledge chappells and halls ofye Citie and University of Oxford, as they were in ye yeare of Our Lord 1658' (fo1. 2) and 'Arms, inscriptions and monuments collected out of churches and other places in or nigh adjacent to Oxfordshire' [in ] (fo1. 80). There is an index of 352 names (fo1. 140) and 58 places (fo1. 143v). The book is inscribed on the cover, in an 18th-cent. hand, 'S[ervington] Savery' and is a companion volume to Greenwood's 'Epitaphs and Monuments' (MS. Top. Gen. e. 1 (29471» which is similarly inscribed. On fo1. 1 is 'Nathaniel Greenwood, his booke' and 'Jno Jones' [sublibrarian, 1770] and, in another hand, 'who gave this Book to J. Price' [Bodley's librarian, ] and, in another hand, 'who gave it to B. Bandinel 1812' [Bodley's librarian, ] and, in another hand, 'at the sale [in 1862] of Dr. B's library, it was purchased by C. F. W. [probably Rev. Charles Francis Wyatt, vicar, ], Forest Hill, Oxon'. In J. Price's hand is 'This is a Transcript from Dr. Hutton's Collections of Arms and Monuments in Oxford and Oxfordshire vid. MSS. Rawlinson in Bib1. Bod1., No. II63' [now MS. Rawl. B. 397 (II736)]. Greenwood was a fellow of B.N.C., , and a friend of Anthony Wood who cited these notes once (MS. Wood E. I, fol. 100b). The statement by Price that Greenwood derived his notes from Hutton is wrong, for Greenwood's notes comprise 15 churches in Oxfordshire and 4 in Buckinghamshire which are not included in Hutton. Other partial copies of Greenwood's notes are British Museum MS. Har , early 18th cent. and MS. Top. Oxon. e. 262, 18th-19th cent. q.v. 144 leaves. Given by N. R. Ker, MS. Top. Oxon. e. z87' Student's notebook written by Thomas Dickenson, 1690, and containing 'Quaestiones theologicae' with list of contents. On fo1. i 'Thomas Dickenson me suis addidit Marc ', probably Thomas Dickenson of Pembroke College, Rector of Oddington, Oxon. See also MS. Top. Oxon. c iv+i88 pages.

124 IIO CATALOGUE OF MSS. TOP. OXON. The owner of this MS. also possessed MS. Top. Camb. e. 5 and MS. Eng. misc. e. 246, and this MS. and Top. Camb. e. 5 were bound by Whitehead and Morley of Land's Lane, Leeds. Given by the Oxford Book-salvage Drive Committee through the City Librarian, MSS. Top. Oxon. e ' Diary written by H. W. B. Joseph, Fellow of New College. e Aug to 12 Nov. 1918, kept 'because hereafter any account of the way in which an ordinary citizen was affected by a war of such huge extent... may prove interesting'. ii+408 pages (309-end blank). e Sept July 1942 in which he hopes to 'note the little details of change, hardship and inconvenience'. 144 pages. Given by E. Joseph, MS. Top. Oxon. e A guard-book containing: a (fol. I) 'A week at the University, or recollections of Oxford by an M.D. and B.D. and S.D. and Hy. S.D., May 1853.' An account of a visit to Oxford by the daughters of William Dalby, Rector of Compton Bassett, formerly Subrector of Exeter College. Given by Mrs. B. C. Landauer, 1945; b (fol. 15) Letter from Arthur Wellesley, 1st Duke of Wellington, to Philip Wynter, Vice-Chancellor of the University of Oxford, 29 Oct. 1841; c (fol. 17) Letter from Albert, Prince Consort, to Spencer Walpole concerning the Report of the Oxford Commission, 14 May 1852; d (fol. 19) Letter from Sir Charles Firth to [Sir Richard] Livingstone, 22 Oct. 1921; e (fol. 21) Photograph of water-colour drawing 'Pulled down Old Tithe Barn [at Wheatley] now part of The Elms Garden' [Now (1956) known as Mulberry Court] 19th cent.; f (fol. 22) Letter from Annie M. A. H. Rogers, Fellow of St. Hugh's College, to L. H. D. Buxton, Secretary to the Curators of the University Parks, 12 Sept Given by Mr. T. K. Penniman, 1958; g (fol. 24) Photograph of water-colour drawing of south-east view of Yarnton church by J. Buckler, Acquired at various dates, MS. Top. Oxon. e See c p. 53. MS. Top. Oxon. e Rough minutes of the meetings of the Commissioners elected under the Oxford Paving Acts and St. Clement's Turnpike Acts, See also b. 172, b i+ii6 leaves. Given by Oxford City Council, MS. Top. Oxon. e Copy of the register of the parish of Fritwell, Oxon., vol. i, , made by H. Hurst. On fol. 117 is a letter of H. A. Wilson on the date of birth of John Hampden, dated 9 Oct leaves. Given by C. W. Hurst, 1946.

125 IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY MS. Top. Oxon. e Account book of T[ilman] Bobart, , with a few entries in a later hand. The accounts include 'Money Received by the direction of his Grace my Lord Duke of Marlborough upon Account of the Building & Gardens at Blenheim. Anno 1716' (fol. I). i+is41eaves (14-15, 25-26, 30-31, blank). There is a copy of these accounts in MS. Top. Oxon. c. 218, fol. 62. Formerly Phillipps MS Lot 62 at Sotheby's Sale, II Nov MS. Top. Oxon. e.295. See p MS. Top. Oxon. e A handlist of Oxfordshire Enclosure Acts in the Bodleian and elsewhere, , by W. E. Tate. 106 pages.. Given by W. E. Tate, MS. Top. Oxon. e 'Copies of University documents and statutes': a (fol. I) Formulary, consisting of fifty-two numbered examples bearing dates bctween 1520 and 1644; b (fol. 25) Statutes, ; c (fol. 63) Privileges, '15. Written in the first half of the 17th cent. ii+96 leaves. Formerly in the library of E. P. Shirley; brought as lot 325 in Sotheby's Sale, 29 Apr MS. Top. Oxon. e. 29B. Guarantors of the Oxford Historical Pageant, 1907; chiefly printed forms with signatures. i+368 leaves. From the library of G. C. Druce. Transferred from the Department of Botany, MSS. Top. Oxon. e See c. 381, p MS. Top. Oxon. e Minute book of the Oxford University Girl Guide Club, leaves. Given by Miss E. Berry, MS. Top. Oxon. e Arms in windows of colleges at Oxford, preceded by miscellaneous tricks of arms and followed by an armory of families arranged alphabetically, 17th-18th cent. vii+91 leaves. Belonged in 1807 to John Brand. Bequeathed by S. A. Warner, III

126 112 CATALOGUE OF MSS. TOP. OXON. MSS. Top. Oxon. e See p MS. Top. Oxon. e Minute book of an Oxford theological group, kept by the Rev. J. M. Thompson, vii pages. Given by the Rev. J. M. Thompson, MS. Top. Oxon. e Transcripts by the Rev. William Parry, the calligrapher, written in 1749 for the Rev. Morgan Leyson, of 15 Latin pieces relating to Oxford, including verses by T. Owen (Isis navigata and Cato Solus), T. Holland (Sherwinus Pyrophagus, Cursus Equorum in Port-Mead, Splendens Solidus and Pugna Gallorum Gallinaceorum), and Tomkins (In Paradisum amissum), and academic orations. viii+56 pages. Bought, MSS. Top. Oxon. e H. F. Tozer, Notes for lectures. e. 31o--II. Philology. e Comparative philology. e Etymology. e Syntax. ii+122, ii+98, ii+98, iv+92, 102, and i+97 leaves. Given by Mrs. P. S. Allen, MSS. Top. Oxon. e See pp. 122, 125, & 131. MSS. Top. Oxon. e Minute book of the Oxford University Bible Union, e Minutes of committee. 67 leaves. e Minutes of meetings. i+94 leaves. Given by A. B. Emden through Friends of the Bodleian, MS. Top. Oxon. e An index of J. C. Buckler's indian-ink drawings and water-colours of Oxfordshire churches and buildings, (MSS. Top. Oxon. a ). 30 leaves. Given by Miss Bradford, MS. Top. Oxon. e See h. 248, p. 20. MS. Top. Oxon. e Cambridge student's notebook, temp. Charles II. Probably written by James Monson (d. 1683, 9th son of Sir John Monson, second baronet) whose name is on fo!' 179v. The contents are: a (fo!. I) 'Principia C[ar]tesiana Tyronum captui accommodata'; b (fo!. 176v rev.) 'Canones Logicae'. propositions extracted from 33 chapters; c (fo!. 160v rev.) Act Speech of 'Ds. [Knightley] Chetwood [of King's] 1677'; d (fo!. 156v rev.) Praevaricator speech

127 IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY 113 by Charles Darby [of Jesus, 1660], printed in the Surtees Society, xvii, 1843, The Hutton Correspondence, pp. x-xvi (from a copy at Durham, MS. Hunter 44.9); e (fol. 149 rev.) Oxford Act speeches: (i) 'spoken in the play-house at an Oxford Act' beg. You need not wonder; (ii) Music Act Speech, 1669, beg. Bless me! what sight is this, by [Thomas] Laurence of University College; (iii) 'A Musick Speech', in prose attributed in MS. Add. A. 368, fol. 21, to 'Mr. Tollice [=? R. Tillesley] of St. John's, Oxford;J(fol. 137 rev.) Verses on James I's visit to Cambridge, Mar. 1614/15: (i) 'It is not yet a fortnight...', by R. Corbet; (ii) 'Cambridge Answer', beg. A Ballad late was made. Owned by the Monson family: bookplate of 'The Right Honb1e Lord Monson, Burton Library;' probably William John, 6th Baron Monson. Stamped on spine 'Monson MSS. CLXVI.' ii+ 182 leaves (fols are blank). Bought, MS. Top. Oxon. e 'Oxford University Boat Club. Trial Eights 1876' a training notebook of J. C. Edwards-Moss, B.N.C., with an account of the 'dead heat' with Cambridge in 1877 and an abstract of the training diary for leaves. Given by C. D. P. Nicholson, MSS. Top. Oxon. e Account books kept by the Rev. J. T. Round, Bursar of Balliol College. e General Account, Oct. 1827, with the Master, Fellows, Snell's Exhibitioners, and other persons. 45 leaves. e 'Battels', Included is a list of 'Arrears', leaves. e 'Battells', Oct to Oct Included is a list of arrears (p. 48) and accounts relating to Snell's Exhibitioners (p. 76). ii + 87 pages. Transferred from Essex County Record Office, MS. Top. Oxon. e See d p. 90. MS. Top. Oxon. e Notebook of Sir Frederick George Kenyon as member of the Bodleian Library Commission, 1930, containing notes on Oxford libraries (fol. I) and on foreign libraries visited (fol. 15). i+79 leaves. Given by Miss Kathleen Kenyon, MSS. Top. Oxon. e. 351 (R)-e. 360 (R). See pp MS. Top. Oxon. e Minutes of an Oxford book club, 29 Mar to 29 June In the hand of [Michael] Marlow, secretary of the club, Fellow (1779) and President ( ) of St. John's College leaves. Given by St. John's College, B 8972

128 II4 CATALOGUE OF MSS. TOP. OXON. MSS. Top. Olton. e See b. :z,..s, p. 21. MS. Top. Olton. e Notebook kept by Robert Francis Walker as an undergraduate of New College, Oxford, c , containing mainly extracts from devotional works, sermons, and religious poetry, with notes on geographical and geological subjects (fo1. 125). Verses and a few short pieces of prose by Walker are scattered throughout the volume. The verses on fols. 62, 88, 97, 97vare printed in T. Pyne, A Memoir of the Rev. Robert Francis Walker (1855), pp ; the printed text differs somewhat from the MS. On fo1. 50 is 'An Elegy of the Death of Mr. Swift, Surgeon, of Oxford. Written by Mr. Bull, Coal Merchant', and on fo a sonnet 'composed under the shadow of Joe Pullen, a tree on Headington Hill' by John Marriott, iii+135 leaves. Bought, MS. Top. Oxon. e Oxford Antiquities, being mainly copied in about 1710 from Gerard Langbaine's 'Foundation of the University of Oxford', The additions include: a (p. 24) A list of Professors 'with the times of their Severall Readings' (with which compare similar lists in 'Oxford Almanack' for 1703 (Gough Oxford 31) and Pointer's 'Oxoniensis Academia', 1749 (Gough Oxford 15»; b (p. 31) Notes on the foundation of Cambridge University and the history of the colleges there; c (p. 61) Notes on the Pomfret statues given in 1735; d (p. 72) Numbers of students at Oxford in 1634 and Written in 18th cent. ii+78 pages. Once owned by C.F.W. [i.e. Rev. Charles Francis Wyatt, vicar, ], Forest Hill, Oxon., who purchased it at the sale of Dr. Henry Wellesley's MSS., Lot No. 148 at Sotheby's sale, 3 Aug Given by J. M. Osborn, MS. Top. Oxon. e Oxford University Declamations for the degree of M.A. (v. Statute VI, Sect. II, 13, addenda 17 Nov and 22 Dec. 1662). Fair copies, each written on a half sheet of paper folded once, and in almost all cases signed by the author. The name of his college or hall is sometimes given, and in two cases a date: 'Oct: 22d 1700' [Tuesday], fo1. 189, and 'Oct. 29', fo1. 171v. Candidates are represented by one, two, or rarely three declamations. The majority became Masters of Arts during the years : a small number are not recorded as Masters, and two names (Leadbetter, fo1. 82, and Pollexfen, fo1. 139) have not been traced as Bachelors at these dates. An index in the hand of a user of the collection-leigh-is atfo See B.L.R. v (1954-6), leaves. Purchased, MS. Top. Oxon. e Minute book of the TheologicalDinner, leaves. Given by the Rev. T. M. Parker, 1955.

129 IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY 115 MS. Top. Oxon. e Reports by W. H. Giles, constable of Nettlebed, with verdicts and sentences, , of local criminal cases. iv+125 leaves. Presented by W. H. Giles, last constable of Nettlebed, to F. Sanders of the Nag's Head, Nettlebed. Given by J. W. Court, July MS. Top. Oxon. e. 369/1-2. e. 369/1. Minute books of the Philosophical Society. Vol May 1898 to 16 Feb i+70 leaves. e. 369/2. Vol Mar to 8 June i+79 leaves. Vol. I given by Mrs. Kneale, Vol. 2 given by B. F. McGuinness, 1957 MS. Top. Oxon. e See d. 472, p. 94. MS. Top. Oxon. e A history of the Oxford Blue Coat School, , by Henry Hughes, Master of the School. See also MSS. Ch. Oxon viii+139 leaves. Given by W. H. Lyster through F. I. Venables, MS. Top. Oxon. e Extracts by Humphrey Owen, Bodley's Librarian, from Bodleian Library accounts, At p. 59d is a list by Owen of Vice-Chancellors of Oxford University, xiv+372 pages (i-xiii, blank). Bookplates of J. P. R. Lyell and A. Ehrman. Bought, MSS. Top. Oxon. e See c. 516, p. 59. MSS. Top. Oxon. e Three essays, one, e. 375, 'written by Jer. Milles, A.B. of Queen's College, Oxford'. e Ars musica. The Chancellor's Prize, English Essay, (Cf. MS. Top. Oxon. d. 163, fol. 16 and fol. 49.) ii+32 leaves (18-end blank). e The Origin of Geometry. 62 pages. e The Grecian Dialect. 66 pages. Once owned by George Clinch. Given by J. J. Edmonds, 1959, on behalf of the late Edward Yates. MS. Top. Oxon. e Notes taken at the lectures of J. F. Bright, 'Social history of England till the Conquest', W. Stubbs, 'Early history of Germany and the Empire' and 'German history from 1272 [to 1400)', and A. L. Smith, 'Select Charters', by E. W. Watson, i+90 leaves (65-90 blank). Bequeathed by Dr. Claude Jenkins, 1960.

130 1I6 CATALOGUE OF MSS. TOP. OXON. MS. Top.Oxon. e Oxford undergraduate's notebook, second quarter of the 18th cent., intended as an alphabetical vocabulary book (fols. 122 V rev.-157 rev.). Other contents include: a (fols ) 'Notes on [professor James] Bradeley's Course of Mathematicall Lectures & Experiments'; b (fols ) Latin verses on the Orrery, beg. Naturae arcanas vires, atque abdita rerum; c (fols. 1-17v) English verse and prose, for the most part also found in MS. Eng. poet. f. 12, i.e. 'The Gun-powder-plot', fols. 1-3v; 'An Epistle from Oxon' [really Cambridge, by E. Littleton] fols. 4-5v; 'The Birch Tree,' fol. 5v; 'The Loss of an eye by a Tennis ball', fol. 6; 'The Lass of Ilsworth Mill,' fols. 6v-7; 'On a Spider,' fols. 7v-8; 2 poems on Nancy Brickenden, fols. 8-(y; and 'Observations on the Description of Japis' in Aeneid xii by Dr. Atterbury, with variants from the text pro London Magazine, Jan. 1738, fols On fol. 16 is a poem 'On the 5th of November' beg. When Heav'n the Guardian. On fol. 101 rev. is 'Memorandums about Lands bought by my Granfather Allen in Stantons Parish'; fol. 42 is a page from an account book, June-Sept leaves. Bought, MS. Top. Oxon. e Notebook of Matthew Crosse, Oxford University bedell oflaw, containing: a (fols. ii, 1-34v, ,249) Medical recipes of an apothecary working in and around Oxford, possibly Ellis Crosse, father of Matthew Crosse, C (fol. 27)-c (fol. 26v). Some of the recipes are for named patients, including (fol. 6) Sir Tobie Matthew, 18 Dec and (fol. 144) Dr. [Arthur] Lake. There is an incomplete index of fols at fol. 250, in the same hand as most of the recipes; b (fols ) A glossary of English, Latin, Greek, French, German, Dutch, Spanish, and Italian names of medicinal plants, A-Be. only, in a different hand from either a or c; c Extracts from Oxford University records, interspersed from fol. 175v with poems, all in the hand of Matthew Crosse, written after The University records comprise (fols , , 200v) extracts from statutes; (fols , 176v, 177v-80) lists of University officials, to 1620; (fols v, 246-9) lists of the fees laid down by University Statute, The poems include (fols. 175v, ) 2 by Henry King; (fols. 177v, 180v, 185) [Thomas] 'Randolphs payeing his Creditors'; (fols ) 1 by Waller headed 'Ofloue: N.L.'; and (fols. 199v-200) I by Carew; all found in their printed works, 17th cent. ; and (fols. 17 5Y-6) 46 lines by Sir Simeon Steward beg. 'On a time the fayry elues', mostly printed in A Description of the King and Queene of Fayries, At fol. 245 in the hand of Matthew Crosse are thoughts of William Goodwin, Dean of Christ Church, on the uncertainty of the time of his death, 17 Dec MS. Rawl. D fol. 55 contains another, undated, copy of these thoughts. iii+ 141 leaves. Bequeathed by Dr. Claude Jenkins, 1960.

131 IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY 117 MS. Top. Oxon. e Notebook relating to 'The Club', a dining club 1862 or 1863 to Printed lists of members, &c. are in G.A. Oxon ii+92 leaves (2-92 blank). Given by the executors of C. H. Wilkinson, MSS. Top. Oxon. f Two notebooks containing short notes made in 19th cent. by E. W. B. Nicholson in alphabetical order, largely referring to Bodleian manuscripts. II6 and 131 leaves. Bought, MS. Top. Oxon. f. 36. Collections, written about 1675, relating to North Leigh: Extracts from a copy of a survey of the parish and manor of North Leigh made in 158 I by Simon Perrott: a (p. 1) Survey with names oflandholders in 1581 and in 1655; b (p. 62) Lists of copyholders, &c.; c (p. 68) Ancient usages and customs. At p. 69 is the following note: 'All these things forewritten I have transcribed out of a copy of the book of survey made by Simon Perrott, which copy was taken by my uncle Poole by the appointment of my grandmother in her life tyme; and to the survey I have added the names of the present owners in the years [sic] 1655.' There are also miscellaneous notes including (p. 73) a rate of the inhabitants of North Leigh, 1657 and (p. 91) extracts from the churchwardens' accounts, MS. Top. Oxon. e. 176 is a partial transcript. v+ii9 pages. 'John Price Trinity College Oxford 1807' (inside cover). Phillipps MS. II 300. MS. Top. Oxon. f. 37. Notebook of baptisms and burials, , performed in the parish of Kidlington. Cf. MS. Oxf. Dioc. Pprs. d leaves. Percy Manning bequest, MS. Top. Oxon. f. 38. See c. 232, p. 30. MS. Top. Oxon. f. 39. The notebook of Thomas Newman, an undergraduate (probably of Exeter College), c. 1624, written from both ends, consisting mainly of Latin exercises and disputations with some proverbs, epigrams, English poems, and (fo1. 86 rev.) notes on Aristotle. IIO leaves. 'Thomas Newmanus est verus possessor huius Libri. Testis est Joannes Greene' (fo1. 2). Bought, 1920.

132 118 CATALOGUE OF MSS. TOP. OXON. MS. Top. Oxon. f. 40. A collection of printed pamphlets, &c. by the Rev. J. W. Hewett, founder of Bloxham School, followed at fol. 137 by letters from him to the Rev. W. D. Macray, , and other papers relating to him. 201 leaves. 'W. D. Macray, 1886' (fol. I). Bought, MSS. Top. Oxon. f Papers relating to the cholera epidemic in Oxford: f. 41. Pass-book of the Rev. Vaughan Thomas as chairman of the Oxford board of health leaves (6-16 blank). f. 42. Account of payments by W. Thorp, secretary of the Oxford board of health leaves. Presented by the Committee of the Radcliffe Infirmary, MS. Top. Oxon. f. 43. Printed almanack, 'An Almanack for The Jewish Kalendar' (Oxford, 1699), containing at either end the accounts of Charles Blake, Fellow of St. John's College, leaves. Morrell collection. Bought, MS. Top. Oxon. f. 44. 'Ordo et formula comitiorum sive generalis inceptionis in singulis facultatibus quae publice habita fuit Oxonii. A.D. 1733',followed at fol. 22 by an account of the dispute about the election of a public orator in The volume is in the hand of James Edgcumbe, Junior Proctor 1733 and later Rector of Exeter College. 43 leaves. Morrell collection. Bought, MS. Top. Oxon. f. 45. The treasurer's book of the Oxford branch of the church association of school managers and teachers, containing lists of members and payments for the years leaves. 9iven by the Rev. G. H. Hodge, MS. Top. Oxon. f. 46. 'Exercitia tria praestita in susceptione duorum graduum per me Gualterum Stonehouse' (fol. ii), scholar of Wadham and afterwards fellow of Magdalen; one for M.A. 10 July 1620, two for B.D., 28 Nov They are followed (fol. 21) by a prayer composed c and a sermon apparently delivered in Oxford. iii+ 53 leaves. Bought, 1931.

133 IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY II9 MS. Top. Oxon. f. 47. A notebook of verdicts and sentences in crown cases of the Oxford circuit, from the Berkshire summer assizes, 10 July 1656 (fol. 3), to the Stafford assizes, 19 Apr (fol. 55v), with a list of judges arranged chronologically by assizes (fol. 2) in the hand of Zachary Babington, LL.D., an associate in the Oxford circuit, and author of Advice to Grand Jurors in Cases of Blood. At fol. 56v, in various hands and dates up to 1701, is a terrier of unidentified land in which the name of Babington occurs, followed by a list of synonyms (fol. 63v), notes on farming stock (fols. 64, 68v), sentences from Bishop [Joseph] Hall (fol. 67), and 'The usual Convention between the High sherif and his under-sherrif' (fol. 69v). (Cf. MS. Top. Oxon. d. 333.) ii+88 leaves. Bought, MS. Top. Oxon. f. 48. Copy of a letter [made in 19II] from Thomas Hyde, Bodley's Librarian, to the Secretary of State, Sir Joseph Williamson, 14 Sept The original is in the Public Record Office, State Pap. Dom. Ch. II, 29/373 no ii+14ieaves. (See B.L.R. iii ') Given by F. F. Madan, MS. Top. Oxon. f. 49. See e. 281, p MS. Top. Oxon. f. 50. Notebook of the Rectors of Lower Heyford, Oxon., begun by the Rev. Thomas Leigh, 12 June 1730, and continued by successive rectors until I Oct The notebook includes notes of those attending sacraments, benefactions to the poor, levies and tithes, highway robberies, briefs, outbreaks of smallpox, and two lists of inhabitants of Lower Heyford in 1742 and 177I. There is a contemporary index (p. xv). xvi+406 pages (368-end blank). The armorial bookplate ofw. Harrison, D.D., Fellow of Corpus Christi College, Oxford, 'added to the volume June ' is on p. xiii. Given by Miss M. Dew, MS. Top. Oxon. f. 51. 'List of the parishioners of St. Mary Magdalen Oxford, This is a book of the dues of the Minister and parish clerk; see the account for Michaelmas 1843.' 100 leaves. Given by the Rev. H. E. Salter, MS. Top. Oxon. f. 52. Two sermons (fol. I) of which the first was preached at Oxford, 16I<r-20 or , possibly by Thomas Anyan, President of Corpus Christi College. Fols were used for accounts by a later hand.

134 120 CATALOGUE OF MSS. TOP. OXON. 42 leaves. (See B.L.R. ii. 67.) Contemporary stamped Oxford binding of brown calf with G Kroll. (See S. Gibson, Early Oxford Bindings (1903), lz and PI. xxv.) Bought, 19"f.I. MS. Top. Oxon. f. 53. Oxford Sermons probably written out by an Oxford divinity student, c. 1596: a (foi. I) On Good Friday by Robert Wilson, Christ Church; b (foi. 8) Easter Sunday by Edmund Lilie, Vice Chancellor; c (foi. 18a) Easter Monday by Thomas Carwardine (or Cardwarden) dated 1596; d(foi. zga) Easter Tuesday by John Spratt (or Sprott) St. John's College, dated 1596; e (foi. 39) Prayer followed by anonymous sermon on z Sam. xii. 13. Beginning of an index of 'texts explained' on foi. 6zr ; foi. 63 is part of a leaf used for writing exercises. Written in a skilful, small, secretary hand. Original parchment cover. 63 leaves. Bought, MS. Top. Oxon. f. 54. See p MS. Top. O:&:on. f. 55. See h. z..s. p. ZI. MSS. Top. Oxon. f. 56 (R}-f. 59 (R). See p. 131 MS. Top. O:&:on. f. 60. See d. 465-'7. p. 93. MS. Top. Oxon. f. 61. Notebook of Nathaniel Bridges (c ), whilst a demy of Magdalen College, , containing: a (foi. II9 rev.) 8z 'Theses, sive Lusus Poetici a D. Magistri Badger Nov. Colleg. Collectaneis transcripti'; i.e. James Badger, Master of New College School, d. 1700; b (foi. 1) Italian vocabulary; c (foi. 54) French vocabulary. i+lzzleaves (27 blank). Bought, 1958.

135 NOTES AND COLLECTIONS OF THE REV. H. E. SALTER ( ) CHIEFLY GIVEN BY MRS. G. N. SALTER IN 1951, WITH THE EXCEPTION OF CERTAIN ITEMS GIVEN BY DR. SALTER IN HIS LIFETIME 1. CITY OF OXFORD A. Chronicle c 'Oxford Chronicle', being a series of extracts of deeds, documents and other original material, chronologically arranged. Years 1067 to 1139 (pp ) and 1154 to 1455 (pp )' xxvi+356 pages. d a (fol. I) Notes on happenings in Oxford University, chronologically arranged by year, month, and day, For the later years the entries are intermittent; b (fol. 86v ) Copy ofthe will of William Archard alias Mason, 1503; c (fol. 93 rev.) Sketch pedigrees and notes on the families of Brudenell and Scrope, both of Wormsley; d (fol. 98 rev.) Extracts from J. K. Hedges, A Short History of Wallingford (1893). 93 leaves. B. Survey c Survey of North Oxford. Made in 1939 after the issue of the map of Medieval Oxford and based on a survey of 1279 printed in 'Rotuli Hundredorum'. ii+192 leaves. c Survey of the North-east Ward. The order of the survey of 1772 is followed. Vol. I, 98 leaves; Vol. II, 89 leaves; Vol. III, 95 leaves (54-end blank). c Survey of the South-east Ward. The order of the survey of 1772 is followed. Vol. I, 94 leaves; Vol. II, 93 leaves. c Survey of the South-west Ward, made in 1917 before the map of medieval Oxford was issued. The order follows that in the Hundred Rolls. ii+219 leaves. c Survey of the North-west Ward. The order follows that in the Hundred Rolls. i+89 leaves. c Transcripts and notes for a survey of North Oxford. 194 leaves. c Transcripts and notes for a survey of the North-east Ward. 185 leaves and 252 leaves. c Transcripts and notes for a survey of the South-east Ward. 151 and 152 leaves. c Transcripts and notes for a survey of the South-west Ward. 116 and 116 leaves. c Transcripts and notes for a survey of the North-west Ward. 280 leaves.

136 IU CATALOGUE OF MSS. TOP. OXON. c Typed copy of survey of the North-east Ward. 327 leaves. (Kept as R /1.) Printed in OxJ. Hist. Soc. xiv (1960). c Typed copy of survey of the South-east Ward. i+224 leaves. (Kept as R /2.) Printed in Oxf. Hist. Soc. xiv (1960). c Typed copy of survey of the South-west and North-west Wards. 359 leaves. (Kept as R /3.) C. Notes c Transcripts concerning the monastery of St. Frideswide. 129 leaves. c Transcripts concerning Oxford colleges and ecclesiastical foundations, including Oseney Abbey. 189 leaves. c Transcripts, notes, and printed papers concerning St. John's College. 242 leaves. c a (fol. I) Notes on the parish of St. Mary the Virgin; b (fol. 9) Notes and transcripts relating to the parish of St. Peter in the East; c (fol. 29) Notes and transcripts relating to the parish of St. Michael; d (fol. 46) Notes on Oxford inns. 58 leaves. d a (fol. I) Notes on Bocardo, and on the City wall, , copied from P. Manning's extracts; b (fol. 16) Extracts from 'Jackson's Oxford Journal', , relating to buildings and street names. i+131 leaves ( blank). d a (fol. I) Notes on owners or tenants of properties, mainly medieval; b (fol. 62) Diary of discoveries of facts including comment on the Oxford Domesday; c (fol. 65) Notes on properties on the site of Black Friars, ; d (fol. 66) Extracts of Mr. Blackwell's title deeds, 1773 and 1795; e (fol. 140 rev.) Notes on St. Michael's Church, the candles, bells, accounts of payments, and tenements of the church; f (fol. 131 v rev.) List of plans and maps of City properties, being extracts from the City Vellum Book, items 1-231; g (fol. 118 rev.) Schedule of City properties and rentals made in 1855, arranged by parishes and including extracts of 'Notes by Mr. Cleaver, 1896'. 140 leaves (18-61 and blank). e Notes on 'Oxford Parishes'. 82 pages. e Extracts from various deeds relating to properties in the parish of St. Mary the Virgin. 40 leaves. e Notes concerning: a (fol. 2) Oseney; b (fol. 4) The castle; c (fols. II, 17) The coming of the Friars; d (fol. 14) Extracts from the Queen's College Long Rolls; e (fol. 23) On the map of, and other matters concerning, Oriel College and St. Mary's Hall. 80 leaves (30-78 blank). e Notes on the guilds and names of trades. i+51 leaves. e a (fol. I) Archaeological and Historical notes; b (fol. 34 rev.) Brief notes for 9 lectures on Oxford. 37 leaves. D. Transcripts and extracts from records b Transcripts of documents in the Public Record Office: a (fol. I) Inquisitions ad quod damnum about tenements in Oxford, numbered

137 IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY , and held between 1284 and 1460; b (fo1. 20) Exchequer, various accounts, Bundle 582, No. I, No. 42, and No. 43 relating to Oxford Castle and Irish scholars in custody, c. 1230; c (fo1. 20v) Tenants of All Souls College properties in 32 Hen. VI (1454); d (fol. 21) Lay Subsidy Oxon. 162/ Nov., 35 Hen. VIII (1543), arranged by wards of Oxford; e (fo1. 23v) As d, for 1544;! (fo1. 26v) Notes on the family of Wormenhale. 52 leaves (27-end blank). c List of officers of the town of Oxford, pages. c a (fo1. I) Ancient correspondence, , of which some has been printed by J. Boussard, Revue historique, clxxvi, 226R and 231R; b (fol. 10) Ancient indictments, a record of the Oxfordshire county court, 1371; c (fo1. 12) Early chancery proceedings, 15th cent.; d (fo1. 55) A lay subsidy of 1524; e (fo1. 70) Wills ( ) relating to Oxford City;! (fo1. 108) Transcripts made for Mr. John Wickham Legg, senior, of the forms of consecration of the chapels of St. Edmund Hall and Exeter College; g (fo1. 136) Extracts from Plea Rolls, leaves. c Charters mainly relating to Langford, Oxford, Wroxton, Abingdon, Sandford St. Martin, Gatehampton, Checkendon, Shiplake, Brightwell Baldwin, Weston on the Green, Clanfield, Kidlington or Shipton on Cherwell, Goring, Nethercot, Stokenchurch, Wallingford, Adderbury, Kingham, Asthall and Asthall Leigh, from various collections. i+76 leaves. c Medieval ecclesiastical records for Oxfordshire: a (fo1. I) Clerical subsidy list of perhaps 1460, Lincoln Misc. Roll. V; b (fo1. 34) Court book, , from Lincoln Dean and Chapter muniments relating to their peculiars; c (fo1. 130) Clerical subsidy list of 1523; d(fo1. 180) Extracts from episcopal registers relating to chantries and to Lollards and other notes from the registers in chronological order; e (fo1. 221) Visitations of Oriel and Lincoln Colleges, Printed in Lincoln Record Soc. xxxvii, except for the injunctions;! (fo1. 246) Proceedings against the Abbot of Bruern in 1532, found at Lincoln in a box of old papers about Not printed, but this transcript is referred to in Lincoln Record Soc. xxxv i+258 leaves. c Deeds relating to Oxford properties at All Souls. 174 leaves. c Deeds relating to. Oxford properties at Lincoln College with Oxford wills. i+36i. c Oriel treasurer's accounts for St. Mary the Virgin Church, i+71 leaves. c Charters of Littlemore, Studley, Clattercot, and Bicester. 174 leaves. c Charters relating to St. Aldate, St. Ebbe, St. Martin, St. Mary Magdalen, St. Michael (North and South), and St. Peter Ie Bailey, Oxford, and to Oxford chantries. 144 leaves. c Charters and accounts at and relating to All Saints, Oxford. 59 leaves. c Extracts from Lincoln College rentals ( ) relating to the weekly oblations and profits of All Saints and St. Michael's (North). i+169 leaves.

138 CATALOGUE OF MSS. TOP. OXON. c a (fo1. I) Confirmacio Willelmi Regis Anglie de bonis in Anglia of the abbey of Bec from Liber albus p. 153 at St. George's, Windsor; b (fol. 6) Rentals of the chantry of St. Mary in the church of St. Mary Magdalen. 66 leaves. c Churchwardens' accounts of St. Peter in the East, with introduction and index, , and some New College charters about the parish. 102 leaves. c Conspectus of feet of fines for Oxfordshire (John-Henry III) and for Oxford (2 Edw Chas. I). 73 leaves. c Transcripts of Inquisitions ad quod damnum in the Public Record Office. For a fair copy see MS. Top. Oxon. b. 223, fo1. I. 184 leaves. c Transcripts and typed copies in triplicate of part of the Rolls of the Hustengs Court in Oxford town archives, ' 246 leaves. c a (fo1. I) Transcripts of Rolls of Court of mayors of Oxford, Twyne 23 and 24, and including list of mayors and provosts; b (fol. 238) Transcript of window tax, 1696, Oxford City Muniments P ; c (fo1. 257) Transcript of Languables, , Oxford City Muniments P. 3. 9; d (fo1. 265) Transcript of Loyal Address to George III, Oxford City Muniments 'Ledger ', D , fo leaves. c Transcript of the Red Book. From Twyne MS. 4, 321, &c. 131 leaves. c a (fo1. I) Transcripts of Nicolas Bishop, mainly Top. Oxon. d. 72 (S.C ); b (fol. 62) Notes and extracts from Twyne, mainly on taxation in Oxford, with extracts of MSS. 9 and 21 ; C (fo1. 142) Extracts from the University Archives, 1681, Michaelmas. Papers of Vice Chancellor's Court about buildings; d (fo1. 148) Transcripts and extracts from various University Archives. 208 leaves. c Transcripts of deeds a (fo1. I) of Christ Church; b (fo1. 55) of Merton College; c (fo1. 68) of Oriel College; d (fo1. 90) of Jesus College; e (fo1. 104) of All Souls. 107 leaves. c Transcripts of deeds of New College relating to properties in Oxford and elsewhere. 158 leaves. c Transcripts of deeds of University College. 188 leaves. d Churchwardens' accounts of St. Mary the Virgin, , with extracts to i+63 leaves. d Extracts of documents of the Mayor's Court 'Tw[yne] to Tw[yne] ', ii+234 pages. d'408. Extracts of documents of the Hustengs Court 'Tw[yne] to Tw[yne] ', 1324-c ii+ 193 leaves. d Extracts of: a (foi. I. c.) Book of Wills, temp. Hen. VII and Hen. VIII and numbered 'foil '; b (fo1. 3) Balliol College deeds, th cent., including a list of plans; c (foi. 7) Book of Wills lemp. Edw. III-Eliz.; d (fol. 16) Twyne 22, pp , being archaeological, topographical, and historical notes; e (foi. 28) Twyne 23; f (foi. 34) Wood D. 2, pp ; g (foi. 38) Twyne 23, 259 relating to the parishes

139 IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY of St. Martin and St. Michael, Southgate; h (fol. 39) Magdalen College charters, including some relating to I I parishes in Oxfordshire; i (fol. 49) 'Shadwell, Fasciculus V', relating to properties in High Street; j (fol. 52) Twyne 23, I-II; k (fol. 65v rev.) Register of St. Augustine's Abbey, Canterbury, numbered 236L54 and [Printed in 'The Register of St. Augustine's Abbey, Canterbury, commonly called the Black Book', Part I (1915) and Part II (1924) for the British Academy]. 68 leaves. e Deeds relating to Oxford properties at Merton College. 72 leaves. e Deeds relating to Oxford properties at Lincoln College. 33 leaves. e Oxford City Records. Extracts of deeds, list of mayors, and 'Consilium maioris'. 24 leaves. e Oxford City Records. Extracts of deeds, formularies, taxation returns, and Wills, 14th-17th cent. 24 leaves. e. 322". Extracts from various sources relating to the customs and rules of the medieval church. 40 leaves (6-33 blank). e Transcripts of Twyne leaves and 277 leaves. e Transcripts of Twyne 23 and 24. Mayor's Court, 1385-c i+52 leaves. e Transcripts of Twyne leaves. e Transcripts of Twyne and 175 and 192 leaves. e Transcripts of Twyne 2, and 3, 5, 6, leaves. e Transcripts of Twyne leaves. e Transcripts of deeds of New College relating to properties in Oxford and elsewhere. 124 and 168 leaves. e Extracts of deeds at St. John's College and, in another hand, of charters at Christ Church. 40 leaves. f. 54. Deeds at Queen's College relating to Oxford properties. 12 leaves. E. Tracings of maps and plans of sites and properties a. 51 (R). Plan of houses built by Mr. Chillingworth in 1794 on ground belonging to Balliol College in Little Field, nearly opposite St. Giles's Church, together with land in Great Field, the southern part of Great Field and in Burgess Mead. This was bounded on north and south the whole way by land of University College. a. 52 (R). Two plans and elevations of Balliol College properties [in St. Giles's; see Oxf. Hist. Soc. lxiv (1913), ]; a 'Copied from A. I. 64'; b 'from A. 1.75'. a. 53 (R). Map, c. 1872, to show house and garden [bounded on west by St. Giles's] purchased from Mrs. Morrell by Balliol College. a. 54 (R). Plans of tenements of Magdalen College on 10 sites; a 16 Merton Street from lease 1425 to Robert James, 1841; b 17 Merton Street from lease 1426 to J. Simmons, 1855; c 18 Merton Street from lease 1427 to William King, 1854; d Tenements in Ram Alley from lease 848 to Elizabeth and William Cooke, 1837; e 18 King Street, from

140 126 CATALOGUE OF MSS. TOP. OXON. lease 1429 to John Gardener, 1831; f Drawda Hall, 33 High Street; g Six tenements in Ram Alley from lease 7II, 1835; h Cornmarket Street from lease 738, 1837 [Roe Buck Inn on north boundary]; i The Nag's Head from lease 1227 to Edward Micklem, Nov. 1861; j Tenementin Broad Street from lease 699,1835 [bounded on north by Trinity College gardens, on east by John Thorpe, on south by Broad Street and on west by James Hunt]. a. 55 (R). Plans of tenements of Magdalen College on 10 sites; a 5 and 6 Magdalen Street from lease ofi882 in Ledgeri, p. 312; b 105 and 106 St. Aldates from lease 840 to Charles Baddock, 1840; c Grove Street from Ledger i, 607 in 1885 including St. Mary the Virgin Church charity; d Property in Castle Street, between the Sherborne Arms and the Oxford Cafe from lease in Ledger i, p. 231 in 1882; e Property in St. Aldates from lease 820 to John Bennett, 1840;fProperty on south side of High Street, The Angel Inn, from lease 542 to S. Y. Griffith, 1830; g Property in St. Aldates adjacent to Pennyfarthing Street from lease 777 to 'Richard Green, 1838; h Property in St. Aldates, the Old Swan, from lease 970 to C. L. Parker, August I846;j Tenement in All Saints from lease 860 to Henry Ward; k Property in Merton Street between Tennis Court on west and Logic Lane on east from lease 757 B, a. 56 (R). Plans of tenements, &c. on 10 sites mainly belonging to BaIliol College; a Tenement in St. Peter Ie Bailey, 1816 (the original has more detail); b Tenement next north of the Lamb from lease of 1833; c Tenement in St. Giles's of 2 houses leased to Chillingworth, 1794; d Hart Hall from a lease, 1792; e Land bought by Balliol College at back of I St. Giles's in 1906; f Tenement in Brewer's Lane, 1802; g Tenement in - St. Aldates, 1795; h Tenement to south-east of Micklem Hall, 1895; i 13 St. Giles's, Sept. 1867; j 14 St. Giles's from a lease of a. 57 (R). Plans of property of St. Michael's in Cornmarket Street including the site of Wicks and the Oriental Cafe, from books of leases in the possession of Messrs. Walsh. ~ a. 58 (R). Plan of Oxford outside the East Gate in 1771 by J. Gwynne DI \ showing 'Magdalen Bridge as at present'. [Printed in OxJ. Hist. Soc. \ \\I)I'll11 lvi (1914), Plan I.] Co~"l'. a. 59 (R). Map of Holywell [? 17th cent.] bounded on north by St. IJ Giles's Field, on east by King's Mill, the Angel Mead, and Marston MW\'I\ (o~ Meads, on south by High Street, and on west by All Souls College, and, " the Groves of Trinity and St. John's College. Ktft!.(.\ L a. 60 (R). Map of the site of Oxford Castle bounded on west by the J Thames, on north by the Castle, on east by St. Ebbe's Church, and on south by Trill Mill. h. 225 (R). Plans of properties of Hospital of St. John in All Saints parish north of High Street near the church [Printed in Oxf. Hist. Soc. lxviii (1915), I]. h. 226 (R). 'Plan of Bocardo and parts adjacent' by J. Gwynn, 10 Jan. 1771, in B. M. King's Library K. XXXIV. 33. Bounded on north by St. Giles's, on east by Balliol College, on south by Ship bsftd and New : {(lg;t,.

141 IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY 127 Inn Lane, on south-west by George Lane. [Printed in Oxf. Hist. Soc. lxxv (1920),9 and 72.] (See also MS. Top. Oxon. d. 426 (R).) h.27.7 (R). Plan of Mr. Clarke's house, &c. held under lease of New College, abutting on Cornmarket Street, Bounded on north by the Cross Inn, on east by City House, on south by High Street, and on west by Cornmarket Street. The site of 'Conduit' market. h. 228 (R). Three plans preserved at New College, 2 of the Cross Inn at different times, the third being of the stables at the east end of the parish. h. 229 (R). Two plans of 3 tenements on the south side of Queen Street sold to William Cock in h. 230 (R). Plan of properties on west side of Cornmarket Street, probably Bounded on north by Shoe Lane, on south by part of the Crown Inn and on west by Crown stable and Mr. Chesterman's garden. h. 231 (R). Map showing properties of Magdalen College in Longwall Street, 1780, the original being MS. Top. Oxon. b. 30 (S.C ). Bounded on north by New College, on east by City wall, on south by High Street, and on north-west by chapel of St. Edmund Hall. h. 232 (R). Plans of properties in Merton Street; a No. 13 from lease 1422 of 6 Dec. 1855; b No. 14 from lease 1423 of 6 Dec to Thomas Walker; c No. 15 from lease 1424 of Dec to Charles Skinner. h.233 (R). Map of site of St. Aldates Brewery, 1818, the original being in New College, and drawn by William Fisher, Oxford. On west side, of St. Aldates, bounded on south by the river at Folly Bridge, on west by the river, and on north by Shire Lake. h. 234 (R). Map of turnpike road between Oxford, Botley, and Chawley and showing villages to the west, being a copy of Gough Maps Oxon. 26 (S.C ). h. 235 (R). Two maps: a 'The Mapp of the Linch. Munim. V. 2', bounded on north by Marston Meads East, on east by Wellheads ham, on south by Charwell Closes, and on west by Edgerlye's hawkwell piece; b 'Terriers of Oxclose or Oxlease, Widecroft, Lambleaze, &c. in the parish of Wolvercot, but in the manor of Walton, delivered by Mr. John Howell, tenant of the Premises'. h. 236 (R). Plan of II Turl Street properties, c. 1770, showing how the north end was widened. Bounded on north by Broad Street and on south by Ship Lane. h. 237 (R). Two plans: a Properties (including Cross Inn, Roe Buck, and Crown tavern) 'Taken by Mr. Man, S. Warden July 21st, 1628'. Bounded on north by Roe Buck, on east by King's Head Tavern, and on west by Cornmarket Street; b 'Oxford Cross Inn Cornmarket'. h. 238 (R). Plan, by Field and Castle, of a tenement bought by Balliol College, 1872, and bounded on south by St. Giles's Street. h. 239 (R). Plan (collotype, 1913) of 'The Tude' and adjacent houses, c. 1780, from original in University Archives (N.W. 15 and W.P. a. 5). Bounded on north by Broad Street and on south-west by Ship Lane. h.240 (R). Three plans: a and b Apparently of Walerand's shops in Cornmarket in front of the Cross Inn, no date. The originals are at

142 128 CATALOGUE OF MSS. TOP. OXON. New College. c Three tenements: Dewe's House, New College House leased to Shipton (including Lamb's tenement sold to Shipton, 1786), and Shipton's House. Bounded on west by Cornmarket Street and on south by High Street. b. Z41 (R). Map in Twyne including the site of Beef Hall. Bounded on north by Beef Hall Lane (olim King's Street), on east by Mutton Hall, on south by The Lane leading from Little Gate to South Gate and on west by Little Gate. b. z.p (R). 'Map at B.N.C. probably about 1800 showing land which B.N.C. acquired from the Sheards.' Bounded on north-west by Lincoln College, on north-east by B.N.C. brewhouse, on south by High Street and on west by passage from High Street. b. z43 (R). Map of land lying on Bartlemas and Wallingford highway and bounded on north and west by the river Cherwell. b. z44 (R). Plan, undated, of properties on approaches to Magdalen Bridge. Bounded on north by Magdalen Hall, 'Mr. Brown' fourth tenement east of Longwall, on east by Magdalen Bridge and on south by Professor's House, entrance to Physic Garden and Coach and Horses Lane. b. z45 (R). 'Plan of the Parish House lying between the Theatre and the New Printing House in St. Maries Parish in Oxford. Surveyed and Drawn January Anno Dom. 1712/13 by Benjamin Cole.' b. Z46 (R). Undated lithograph of map in the University Archives of properties on the corners of High Street, King Street, and Merton Street. b. z47 (R). Plan of Stodeley's Inn and houses and opposite All Saints Church. Bounded by 'The Swane Lane Southward' and by 'Bare Lane westwards' c. 459 (R). Plan, in Wood 276. b. fol. xvi, inscribed 'The description and cituation of Waram Banck with the rivers, bridges, buildings on each side' and 'By the hand which made a plan of Beef Hall, now in Twyne Vol. 3 (or 5) c. 1620, and a plan of the north end of Cat Street, now in Archives, c. 1620'. Includes St. George's Church, Hythe Bridge, and Quackes Bridge. c. 460 (R). Plan of 'Town Hall and County Hall' (from B. M. King's Library Maps and Plans K. XXXIV. 32. b) built in or after c.461 (R). a Plan of properties of the Hospital of St. John in St. Ebbe's on the north of the church and of Pembroke Street; b Printed copy of same facing p. 212 of Oxf. Hist. Soc. lxviii (1915). c.46:1 (R). Three plans of tenement: a Of Stodley's Inn, at New College, Bounded on north by High Street, on east by Mr. Gunn, on south by Blue Boar Lane, and on west by Bear Lane and Bear Inn; b Of the Three Tuns in St. Peter Ie Bailey, 1780; c Of house in Cornmarket Street held by Mr. Clarke, Bounded on north by the Cross Inn, on east by City House, Jas. Radford tenant, on south by High Street, and on west by Cornmarket Street. c. 463 (R). Map of properties on north-east corner of Carfax including the Bull Tavern, Cross Inn, and the Roebuck.

143 IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY 129 c. 464 (R). Plan of Stodeley's Inn on south side of High Street opposite All Saints Church; preserved in New College, being a drawing of about 1650 of the original made before c. 465 (R). Plan of properties on west side of Cornmarket, 1812; preserved in New College. Bounded on north by Star Inn, on east by Cornmarket, on south by 'Hunt 1756', and on west by the back way to Crown Inn. c. 466 (R). Plan of New College property on west side of St. Aldates and adjacent to Folly Bridge and being on the site of the present Thames and Isis Streets. c. 467 (R). Plan of the garden of the Crown Tavern bought by New College, Bounded on north by the Cross Inn Garden, on east by Mr. Townesend's House, and on west by The Tavern. c. 468 (R). Plan of houses opposite All Saints Church, undated; the original being in New College. Bounded on north by High Street, on south by Blue Boar Lane, and on west by Bear Lane. c. 469 (R). Plans of a 4 houses in Cornmarket Street, 1784, bounded on north by Shoe Lane and on south by the Duke of Marlborough's property; b 'College Estate in St. Aldates, 1818', near Folly Bridge and on (?) west side of St. Aldates. d'4zi (R). Three plans of an exchange, 1845, of properties between Magdalen College and the City of Oxford: a In St. Mary the Virgin parish (?) north side of High Street; b In All Saints parish on (?) north side of High Street; c In All Saints parish next to Town Hall site. band c are printed in Oxf. Hist. Soc. lxviii (1915) facing p. 39. d. 4Zz (R). Map at New College showing the position of the garden plot acquired by New College, c Bounded on north by Cross Inn garden, on east by Mrs. Susan Townesend's house, on south by three tenements [? on Cornmarket Street], and on west by The Tavern. d'4z3 (R). a Map of properties of the Hospital [of St. John] in Broad Street; b Printed copy of same which appears facing p. 319 of Oxf. Hist. Soc. lxviii (1915)' d. 4Z4 (R). Plan in 'Ledger G. p ' [of? Magdalen College] of site bounded on north by Mr. Plowman's premises and on east by Logic Lane. d. 4Z5 (R). Plan, 1633, of properties on west side of Cat Street, on the site of the Bodleian, in University Archives W.P.B.,843. d. 4Z6 (R). 'Plan of Bocardo and parts adjacent' by J. Gwynn, 10 Jan. 1771, in the B.M. King's Library K. XXXIV. 33. Bounded on north by St. Giles's, on east by Balliol College, on south by Ship Lane and New Inn Lane, on south-west by George Lane. Printed in Oxf. Hist. Soc. lxxv (1920),9 and 72. See also MS. Top. Oxon. b. 226 (R). d. 4Z7 (R). Plan of land on west side of Queen's College, c. 1710, 'Magd. Misc. 373'. Now 37 and 38 High Street. d. cps (R). Plan, undated, of site on corner of St. Giles's and Beaumont Street. Bounded on north by 'Balliol tenement No. 65', on east by St. Giles's, on south by Beaumont Street. It shows tenements of BaHiol and Exeter Colleges and Wyatt's yard. B8972 K

144 130 CATALOGUE OF.MSS. TOP. OXON. d. -P9 (R). Plan of front quadrangle of Queen's College, showing the site of the old chapel. 'From an engraving at Queen's ColI. Press mark 355. A date about 1720.' d. 430 (R). Plan of tenements, bounded by 'End next the Bridge' [? Folly Bridge] and 'Shire Lane'. d. 431 (R). Reproduction of 'Terrier of Holywell 1666 from Merton College'. Redrawn by Henry W. Taunt. Bounded on north by St. Giles's Field, on east by King's Mill and the Angell Mead, on south by the street to West Gate and Way from East Gate to St. Clement's, and on west by Cat Street. d. 432 (R). a Plan of 'No.3 Castle Street (traced from the lease of December 6, 1862)'; b Printed copy of same which is at p. 252 of Oxf. Hist. Soc. lxviii (1915). d. 433 (R). Plan of tenements, 'Ledger H. p. 369, 1879'. Bounded by St. Aldates, St. Aldates Glebe, Magdalen College, and Leadenhall Inn, Magdalen College, and R. Badcock, lessee. d. 434 (R). Plans of a 'The Three Cups' [in St. Martin's] belonging to All Souls College; b Alderman White's house belonging to Magdalen College, Magd. Misc. 373'. d. 435 (R). 'Plan of cellarlevel of Leopold Arms, 1905, by P. Manning' [on west side of Cornmarket Street and north of St. Michael's Street]. d. 436 (R). Plan of tenements on the site of the Taylor Institution and the Randolph building, 10 June 1839, Archives W.P. as. d. 437 (R). a Plan of 'Wild's Tenement', on north side of Brewer Street; b Printed copy of same which is at p. 221 of Oxf. Hist. Soc.lxviii (1915). d'438 (R). a Plan of 'Properties of the Hospital [of St. John] in Grampound' on east side of St. Aldates; b Printed copy of same which is at p. 199 of Oxf. Hist. Soc. lxviii (1915). e. 351 (R). Plan of tenements on north side of High Street and west of the Mitre Hotel. Bounded on north by Jesus College Lane. e. 352 (R). Plan, 8 Nov. 1866, of site of buildings of the Angel Inn in High Street. From the conveyance in the University Archives. e. 353 (R). Plan of part of the site of Hertford College being of 'Three houses and a plot of ground lying south thereof containing 2693 square feet', Bounded on north by New College Lane, on south by (?) Cat Street. e. 354 (R). Plan of tenements, 'Ledger G. p '. Bounded on north by High Street, on east by premises of Queen's College, on south by Merton Street, and on west by Logic Lane. e. 355 (R). a 'Plan to illustrate tenements 4, 5, 7-10' [of Hospital of St. John] on the comer of St. Aldates and north side of Pembroke Street; b Printed copy of same which is at p. 145 of Oxf. Hist. Soc. lxviii (1915). e. 356 (R). a Plan of properties in High Street being an exchange between Magdalen College and City of Oxford, I Feb. 1845; b The same showing part of Town Hall premises; c Printed copy of a and b which is at p. 39 of Oxf. Hist. Soc. lxviii (1915). e. 357 (R). Plan of properties, 35 and 36 High Street, 'Ledger G. p. 437.

145 IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY '. Bounded on north by Queen's College, on east by tenement of Miss Green, on south by High Street, and on west by premises in occupation of late William Bulley. e. 358 (R). a Plan of 'No.4 Magdalen Street (from a modern lease)'; b Printed copy of same which is at p. 279 of Oxf. Hut. Soc.lxviii (1915). e. 359 (R). Plan of 'The Site of the Taylorian, from a document in the Archives, 1839'. e. 360 (R). Plan of properties on west side of Queen's College, 'Ledger H. p '. f. 56 (R). Plan of tenements, 'Ledger G. P '. Bounded on north by premises in occupation of Mr. Plowman, on east by stables of Angel Inn, on south by Merton Street, and on west by Logic Lane. f. 57 (R). Plan of the Queen's Arms, 'Ledger H. p '. Bounded on north by St. Edmund Hall, on east by three properties including part of the Coach and Horses public house, on south by High Street, and on west by Misses Dry, Frederick Cooper, and St. Edmund Hall, part. f. 58 (R). Plan of Link Lodgings in High Street, 'Ledger G. p '. Bounded on north by St. Edmund Hall, on east by John Clements and Wm. Bayne, on south by High Street, and on west by Wm. Graham and the principal of St. Edmund Hall. f. 59 (R). Plan of properties in High Street, 'Ledger G. p '. Bounded on (?) north by Wm. Rusher, on (?) west by the tenure of Wm. Bartlett, on (?) south by High Street. II. COUNTY A. General a. 45 (R). Tables showing pedigrees of Spier of Huntercombe [in Nuffield], Spier of Forest Hill and Drayton [St. Leonard], and Spier of Brightwell Baldwin, 16th and 17th cents. 3 sheets. c Extracts from the Lincoln episcopal registers of institutions for Oxford archdeaconry , copied by 'A. G.', 1889 with some additional notes (foi. 207). Made by C. M. Wadsworth in about i+210 leaves. e Five booklets of extracts from Lincoln episcopal registers about Oxfordshire parishes. e O. Sutton, year I. (1290), Dalderby memoranda (1300) (fo1. 10) and Sutton memoranda (1294) (foi. 12). 22 leaves. e O. Sutton (1291-8). 36 leaves. e R. Dalderby (130<>-9, ). 36 and 35 leaves. e H. Burghersh ( ). 35 leaves. B. ShiTburn and Pyrton c. :zo6-7. (S.C ) Type-written materials collected for the history of Shirburn from the originals at Shirburn Castle (36936) and of

146 132 CATALOGUE OF MSS. TOP. OXON. Pyrton from originals in the possession of Mrs. Hamersley of Pyrton, now deposited in the Bodleian Library (36937). iii+301 and ii+234 leaves. C.404. Materials for a history of Pyrton (fol. I) and Shirburn (fol. 131) and other notes supplementary to MSS. Top. Oxon. c based on muniments of the Hamersley family, now deposited in the Bodleian Library, and of the Earl of Macclesfield. They also include extracts from wills relating to Adean family (fol. 220), extracts from overseers' accounts and rate books relating to Watlington (fol. 229), a terrier of Wheatfield, 1685 (fol. 238), a list of papers from Shirburn Castle (including Court Rolls of Leek, 1302-temP. Edward VI, Leek rental, 1585, collections of a subsidy in the Hundred of Totmonslow, 37 Hen. VIII, and crown rents in Cheshire, 22 Eliz.) (fol. 249), and transcripts of copies of entries on Tunstall Court Rolls relating to coal mines, temp. Hen. VIII, at Shirburn (fol. 251). i+252 leaves. c a (fol. I) Miscellanea about Henley; b (fol. 20) Notes for Dr. H. E. Salter's lecture on Watlington (printed in Oxf. Arch. Soc. Rep. for 1911) with extracts from Watlington records including P.R.O. Inq. p.m. C. 132/42/1, Rentals and Surveys 552-3, Court Rolls 197/71 and 74 and Ministers' Accounts 1122/15 and 1906/11, and list of incumbents; c (fol. 78) Unpublished lecture on Shirburn with notes on Pyrton. d (fol. 9v) Independent transcripts from Shirburn charters (,Chamberlain evidences'); other transcripts with sketches of seals are in B.M. Add. MS fol. 9v et seq. 153 leaves. d Dr. H. E. Salter's copy (made in 20th cent.) of the Pyrton Enclosure Award of 1851 (fol. I). See also tracing of 'Map of the Open Fields commonable and waste lands of Pyrton', 1851, MS. Maps. Oxon. A 30 (R), c , and c i+91eaves. d. 410/1. Miscellanea relating mainly to Shirburn (pp. 2, 45) and its neighbourhood, the honour of Ewelme in the mid-nineteenth century (pp. 8-38), Turville (Bucks.) (p. 48), Oxfordshire clergy, (p. 6o), Easington (p. 156). Among transcripts from public records are extracts from Early Chancery Proceedings, and Rentals and Surveys Portfolio 20/30 (Smoke farthings for all parishes in the archdeaconry (p. 122) and crown rental, pre-1613 (p. 138)). There is a table of contents at p. 1. i+ 185 pages. d. 410/2. a (fol. 3) Shirburn charters 'continued from small book' beginning at no. 24 and described in a table of contents as 'extracts from muniments'. Typescriptsareinc. 206 fols (S.C ); b (fol. 24v) Nomina villarum for south Oxfordshire, 1316, transcribed from Harl. MS. 6281; c (fol. 39) Tenants by military service in Pyrton and Lewknor hundred listed temp. Charles I transcribed from Harl. MS. 843; d (fol. 43) Archaeological finds at Kingston Blount and Wheatfield; e (fol. 44v) Extracts from 'Mr. Bell's Book' about Pyrton and elsewhere, c i+90 leaves. e A partial transcript of the churchwardens' accounts of Pyrton, , partly printed in Churchwardens' accounts of Marston, Spelsbury, Pyrton (Oxf. Rec. Soc., vi (1925)). 94 leaves.

147 IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY 133 e. z95. Transcript of the parish register of Shirburn, leaves. C. Collections for Oxfordshire religious houses c St. John's Hospital, Banbury (fo1. 10), Bicester (fo1. 19), Bruern, with transcripts of 50 West Oxfordshire deeds (fo1. 26), St. John's Hospital, Burford (fo1. 88), Clattercote (fo1. 91), Cogges (fo1. 97), Cold Norton (fol. 107), St. Mary Magdalene Hospital, Crowmarsh (fo1. 114), Dorchester (fo1. 117). 143 leaves. c Eynsham, mainly from MS. Bod (fo1. I) and the Harleian rolls in the British Museum (fo1. 17), the two chief sources not printed in H. E. Salter's Eynsham Cartulary (Oxf. Hist. Soc. Ii (1908), p. vii); the Lincoln episcopal registers, and the public records. 173 leaves. c Godstow (fo1. I), Goring (fo1. 82), largely printed in Goring charters by T. R. Gambier Parry (Oxf. Rec. Soc. xiii and xiv (1931-2», Gosford (fo1. 97), Littlemore (fo1. 99), Minster Lovell (fo1. 107), Sandford (fo1. 109), Thame (fo1. 116), and Wroxton (fo1. 127). See also MS. Top. eccles. c leaves. D. Various d Transcripts of charters and court rolls, from the mid-14th cent. relating to Glympton in the possession of the lord of the manor. There are also inquisitions, rentals, and Hundred Rolls. At fo1. 51 are some abstracts of medieval deeds. 94 leaves (59-93 blank). The original documents are now (1953) in the custody of Col. Sir Charles Ponsonby of Wootton by Woodstock. d. 410/3. Extracts from 17th-cent. papers in the custody of the Vicar of Watlington largely about the manor and including some from an overseers' book of 1656 now MS. D.D. Par. Watlington b.5. i+93 leaves. e Copy of a terrier of South Weston, apparently made in 1847 and in 1902 in the possession of W. Birch-Reynardson of Adwell, lord of the manor. Made for H. E. Salter. i+92 leaves (69-end blank). III. MISCELLANEOUS c Lecture notes on Oxford and Oxfordshire and on records in Oxford. 153 leaves. Collections of Dr. Salter are also to be found in other classes of manuscripts as follows: Charters relating to Oxford MSS. Ch. Oxon , St. Aldates, 1818, 1780, 1797; 4059, St. Ebbe's, 1740; 4060, Oxford University and City Bank, 1790; , Greyfriars, 1645, 1641, 1668.

148 134 CATALOGUE OF MSS. TOP. OXON. Maps MSS. Maps Oxon. Tracings. a. 2 (6, 7, 8). Shirburn 1737, 1660, a. 2 (9, 10, II, 12). Oxford in the Middle Ages. a. 2 (13, 14, 15). Shirburn, Golder, 1738, Golder and Pyrton. a (R). Shirburn, S. Weston, Denton manor, Wheatfield manor, Pyrton manor, Kingham, Clare manor, Stoke Talmage, a. 22 a-b. Shirburn Woods, a. 30 (R). Map of Pyrton common fields, a. 31 (R). Tracing. Shirburn manor and castle, Material relating to other counties MS. Maps Berks. a. 8 (R). Survey of common fields, Earley, a. 9 (R). Tracing. Earley, 1669, with notes.. MS. Maps Staffs. a. I (R). Tracing. Lordships of Croxden and Great Yate,1722 b. I (369II). Tracings of 17th-cent. maps of Staffordshire coal-mines. MS. Top. Berks. c. 27. Paper relating to glebe at Sutton Courtenay enclosure, c. 46. Note on Wallingford Borough Records. MS. Top. eccles. c. 10. Ecclesiastical miscellanea mainly for Oxfordshire including: a (fol. I) Notes on general chapters, alphabetically arranged by Order. Part of those of the English Black Monks have been printed in Camden Soc. xlv (1931), ed. W. A. Pantin; b (fol. 46) Summary of Oxfordshire references other than institutions in two Lincoln registers in the memoranda of O. Sutton (fol. 58), G. Buckingham (fol. 72), R. Fleming (fol. 83), and W. Grey (fol. 84); c (fol. 85) Miscellanea chronologically arranged, including note by G. Baskerville on. Oxford religious after the Dissolution (fol. II6). 144 leaves. MSS. Facs. b. 12. Photographs by J. F. Long, Exeter, of charters of , Exeter Cathedral (Ordnance Survey Nos. I-VII, IX, XI, XII, XIV XVI). 15 leaves. b. 14. Photographs of 169 charters mostly of Henry II and other kings from William I to Richard I, from cathedrals, Winchester College, and Oxford, arranged by period and grouped by handwriting. See L. Delisle, Receuil de I09 chartes originales de Henri II rassembmes et photographiies par Ie rev. H. Salter, Bibliotheque de l'ecole des Chartes, lxix, , Another set of copies arranged by counties is in S.C. 3410g-14. i+86 leaves. c a (foi. I) Notes on the family of Chesney; b (foi. 13) Notes on surnames; c (fol. 19) Note on academic and other halls; d (fol. 20) Extracts from the Bradenstoke cartulary (Stowe MS. 925), relating to four parishes in the Hundred of Wootton; e (foi. 21) Extracts from Twyne relating to Abingdon; f (fol. 23) Extracts from the

149 IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY 135- Augmentation Office Miscellaneous Books 330 and 441, relating to Oxford; g (fo1. 29) Note on halls, inns, and entries in Oxford; h (fo1. 31) Extracts of deeds relating to Littlegate House, malthouse, and mill, 17th and 18th cents.; i (fo1. 42) Extracts from Lincoln Muniments D. ii , 'Articuli domini archiepiscopi Cant.' [ , with letter of R. L. Poole, 1907, thereon);j (fo1. 48) Extracts from MS. Bod (S.C. 2508) and transcripts of part of the same [the notebook of John Lawerne, D.D. of Gloucester College, ; see also Camden Soc. liv (Black Monks, iii), p. 28 n.]; k (fo1. 67) Transcripts of MS. Rawl. A. 357, Formularies; I (fo1. 71) List of part of the contents of Lambeth MS. 221 relating to the University; m (fo1. 72) List of contents of Royal MS. 12 D. XI and transcript of fol. 24v [letter, probably of John de Sandale, Bishop of Winchester, ]; n (fol. 74) Transcripts of Royal MS. 12 D. XI, fols. 63, 63 v, and 68v [see 'Formularies' I, Ox/. Hist. Soc. iv (N.S.)]; 0 (fo1. 78) Extracts from part of Oxford City Archives, A. 5. 3, temp. Hen. VIII and Eliz. relating to tenements in Oxford; p (fo1. 83) Extracts from part of Oxford City Archives A. 5.4, 17th cent., relating to tenements in Oxford; q (fol. 86) Extracts from (John] Eveleigh's Book in Exeter College being leases of Oxford tenements, 16th cent. (see Salter's Survey of North-east Ward, MS. Top. Oxon. c. 417, fo1. 22); r (fo1. 87) Extracts from Har1. MSS. 773, 5240, and 3352, and Lansdowne MS. 560, legalformularies ; s( fo1. 9 I ) Extracts from Exeter Dean and Chapter MS relating to tenements in Oxford, mainly temp. Hen. VI; t (fol. 95) Oxford Architectural and Historical Society, details of the work of the secretaries, 1905; u (fol. 99) List of possible volumes for publication by the Oxford Historical Society and a list of 'Publica Instrumenta' seen by Twyne in the Guild Hall (see Oxf. Hist. Soc.!xxi (1917), xii); v (fol. 101) List of contents of proposed volume, Collectanea V, Ox/. Hist. Soc.; w (fo1. 104) Extracts from Rawlinson MS. B. 319, sundry charters; x (fol. 109) Transcript of a paper in Winchester College Muniments (Domus Drawer II) of 'Morley C.C. [George Morley, Christ Church, afterwards Bishop of Winchester] to the Earle of Pembroke' c. 1620, concerning lack of water at Oxford; y (fo1. II I) Letter of Robert C. Fowler, of Public Record Office, 6 Dec. 1906, concerning the Buckland cartulary and leper hospitals; z (fol. II3) Transcript of notes on administration of an Oxford Hall, leaves.

150 BERTIE PAPERS PAPERS RELATING TO THE MANAGEMENT OF THE ESTATES OF THE EARLS OF ABINGDON IN THE 18TH AND 19TH CENT. Surveys, Rentals, and Accounts c A survey, taken in Oct. 1636, of part of the lands of the dissolved nunnery of Godstow with the manor of Wolvercote and the grange of Cutteslowe made by Samuel Parsons for the owner, David Walter, at one time High Sheriff of Oxfordshire (see Wood, Life and times, i. z17, ii. 449). The survey shows the acreage and yearly value and is preceded by an index of tenants. At fo1. 54 follows a survey made in Dec of the house and lands at Drayton, in the parish of Ealing, Middlesex, which also belonged to Walter. i + 55 leaves. c Early 18th-cent. survey and valuation of the Earl of Abingdon's manors of Hinksey, Seacourt, Wytham, Cumnor with the tithings of Whitley, Chawley, Botley, Hill End, and Stroud (Berks.); Dorchester with Overy, Drayton and Burcot, Rycote and Albury, Priest End, New and Old Thame, Beckley with Horton, Crowell, Chesterton, and Wendlebury (Oxon.); and Long Crendon (Ducks.); with details of the state of the land and notes of possible improvements. Index of tenants. On fo1. iv 'Robert Whittlesey 17z8'. iii + liz leaves. e Later copy of fols. 6z-105 of the above with a few additions. 89 leaves. h The account of Peter Egerton for Lord Abingdon's estates with names of tenants and particulars of rents in the manors of Dorchester and Overy, Beckley cum Horton, Chesterton, Wendlebury, Crendon (Bucks.), Aldworth, Haw and Childs Court, Grazeley, Frilsham, Eling (Berks.), and Godstow Farm (Oxon.) with some general farm and household accounts. b i+35 leaves. b i+30 leaves. b i+zl leaves. b i+45 leaves. b i+3zleaves. b Michaelmas 1758 to his Lordship's death, 10 June i+45 leaves. a , h The accounts of James King to the Right Honourable Willoughby, Earl of Abingdon for his collection of rents, &c. of his Lordship's estates in the counties of Berkshire and Oxfordshire, and Ickford, Buckinghamshire.

151 IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY a J. iii+«pages. a iii+49 pages. b iii+49 pages. b iii+45 pages. b iii+45 pages. b. zoo. 'No.6' i+z9 leaves. b. Z01. 'No. 7' i+31 leaves. b. zoz. 'No.8' i+33 leaves. b. z03. 'No.9' i+31 leaves. b. z04. 'No. 10' i+35 leaves. b. z05. 'No. II' pages. b Account of Sir James Dashwood, Bt. as executor to the Right Honourable Willoughby, Earl of Abingdon deceased, 175<)-60, relating to his Berkshire and Oxfordflhire estates. i+z5 leaves. b 'Rich' Way's Acct. to the Rt. Hon. Earl of Abingdon of his collection at Rycote etc.' i.e. The Oxfordshire estates. b 'No. I' i+33 pages. b 'No. z' Z. i+35 pages. b 'No.3'. 176z-3. i+35 pages. b 'No.4' i+35 pages. b 'No.5' i+31 pages. b 'No.7' i+31 leaves. b. T91. 'No.8' i+31 pages. b Thomas Collier's account to Samuel Estwick Esq., Trustee for the... Earl of Abingdon for his collection of rents, &c. of the estates of the Earl of Abingdon in Oxfordshire. b ' i+27 pages. b leaves. b. II}6. 'The Accounts of Thos. Penson of the Rents and Profits of the several estates [except Rycote] of the... Earl of Abingdon in the County of Oxford, ' 13 leaves. b. 206, c The Account of Samuel Ryder Weston, D.D., appointed (in the case between the Earl of Abingdon and Henry Lord Viscount Gage) as the receiver of the rents, &c. for estates in Oxfordshire and Berkshire, and Ickford, Buckinghamshire. b. z ii + 52 leaves. c <)-1803' v+262 leaves. b 'Robert F. Gills account with... the Earl of Abingdon...' of rents from Oxfordshire and Berkshire estates ii+4z pages. b. z08-15' Rental of Abingdon estates in Oxfordshire and Berkshire. b Lady Day-Michaelmas i+z3 leaves. b. z i+z3 leaves. b Contains also a (foi. 13) Perambulation of the boundary between the parishes of Great Haseley and Albury in the County of Oxford; b (foi. IS) Copy of the summary of the estates belonging to the.. Earl of Abingdon, 1827; c (fol. 17) 'Valuation of severalfarms on the Rycote estate Oxon. the property of the Rt. Hon. the Earl of Abingdon. October 1830'. i+z8 leaves. 137

152 138 CATALOGUE OF MSS. TOP. OXON. b. 21I i+23 leaves. b u) leaves. b i811r leaves. b leaves. b leaves. b. :u6. 'Rent Account of the trustees of the Rt. Honb1e. the Earl of Abingdon's Oxfordshire Estates', iv+377 pages. c.384. ' Wm. Moffatt's Account with Earl of Abingdon. No. 16' for his Berkshire and Oxfordshire estates and for Ickford, Buckinghamshire. i + 34 leaves. c The same of the second half of year i+33 leaves. c The Rt. Hon. Willoughby Earl of Abingdon. American account book relating to property of Lady Abingdon's father, I leaves. c Papers of the Earl of Abingdon including: a (fol. I) Bills and briefs in the Exchequer case of Stephen Townesend, mason, of Oxford and John Caillard, sheriff of Oxford v. Samuel Estwick, Lord Abingdon and others about Swinford bridge, 1794; b (fol. 158) Annual abstracts of accounts of the Berkshire and Oxfordshire estates of the Earl of Abingdon, ; c (fol 255) Schedule of particulars of the estates in Oxfordshire and Berkshire in the marriage settlement of Lord Abingdon, 21 Aug leaves. d 'Thos. Walker's account with the Earl of Abingdon's Trustees', the Earl of Suffolk and Sir James Dashwood, May Jan leaves. d 'Thomas Collier's Bailiff's Account. From 28 Dec to Dec ', including receipts from Swinford tolls and petty outgoings. ii+98 leaves. d Rent book with names of tenants and rents and taxes paid to Lord Abingdon from Michaelmas 1777 to leaves. e.3oo. Rents collected from the Earl of Abingdon's settled estates Situate in Rycote and Albury, Priest End, Old and New Thame, Beckley with Horton, Dorchester, Crowell, preceded by an alphabetical index of tenants. iii+27 leaves. e The same from the Earl of Abingdon's trust estates Situate at Frilsham, Eling, Crendon, Chesterton, and Wendlebury. ii+28 leaves. Court Records and Copyholders c Copyholders' admissions, surrenders, and licences in the Earl of Abingdon's manors of Chesterton, 1721 (fol. I), Cumnor 1735 and 1757 (fol. 2), and Dorchester, (fol. 4). Alphabetical index of copyholders in Dorchester court rolls. 47 leaves. e Notebooks containing memoranda of fines, &c. received at manorial courts of Priest End, Old Thame and New Thame, Beckley with Horton, Chesterton and Wendlebury, and Dorchester, 1761-']0. i+39 leaves. e 'Fines received by Mr. Collier in 1783, 1784 and by Thomas

153 IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY 139 Penson in 1785, 1786, and 1787 and from 1787 to 1799 by J. King in the Earl of Abingdon's manor courts.' 50 leaves (41-5 blank). The greater part of the surviving court records are among the papers deposited in the Bodleian by Lady Bertie, for the shelf marks of which see below. Family papers, wills, and settlements h. lai. Papers (written and printed in the second half of the 18th cent.) relating principally to the property of Willoughby Bertie, fourth earl of Abingdon, and of his brother the Hon. Peregrine Bertie, including inter alia: a (foi. 8) Petition of the cottagers of Murcot, Fencot, and Charlton on Otmoor for Lord Abingdon's protection against Thomas Jackson of St. Mary's Hall and Charles Barton of Christ Church who shot geese on Otmoor; b (foi. II) Papers relating to Lord Abingdon's agreement with Richard Way, 1779, in return for the latter's settling the Earl's debt to Robert Albion Cox, together with printed catalogues (fols. 25, 64) of auctions of Lord Abingdon's effects; c (foi. 108) Notes of leases of Lord Abingdon's property; d (fol. 137) Rent-roll of Peregrine Bertie's manor of Weston-on-the-Green, 1773; e (foi. 157) Particulars of sale of manor of Weston-on-the-Green, 1783;f (foi. 143) 'The state of the hon. captain Bertie's account 178o'; g (foi. 180) Printed particulars, including map, of the sale of estates at Thame, Dorchester, and Beckley, leaves. Morrell collection. h Bertie family papers including: a (foi. I) Copies of wills of Earls of Abingdon, 1740, 1756, 1799; b (foi.35) Valuations of estates and other printed pieces; c (fol. 66) Rental of the Oxfordshire and Berkshire estates of the Earl of Abingdon, i+8i leaves.. c "A catalogue of the late Earl of Abingdon's Libraries at Witham and Rycot (fol. 58) September 1801.' Dates of publication are given. v+l05 leaves. c Box containing wills and marriage settlements of the Earls of Abingdon, ' 127 leaves. Recovered from salvage, 1947, except b. 121, bought 1925 and c. 334, bought Charters relating to the Oxfordshire estates are: MSS. Ch. Oxon (Dorchester), (Chesterton), (Burcot), (Crowell), 3862 (Overy), (Wendlebury), 3865-'74 (Drayton), and 3875 (Thame), 4158-'73 (Dorchester), 4174 (Tets'\\',orth), (Wendlebury), and (Rycote). A map of Elsfield, 1703, is MS. Maps c. 17: 49 (88). Papers relating to Berkshire are: (a) MS. Top. Berks. b. 12. Manorial court book, Cumnor and Wytham, a. 5, b , b Thomas Collier's account for Wytham, Hinksey, Cumnor, &c

154 CATALOGUE OF MSS. TOP. OXON. b. 34. Manorial holdings, late 16th cent. b. 36. T. Penson's accounts to trustees of Lord Abingdon, b. 37. Accounts with acreages, valuation, and descriptions of lands in Wytham, &c. c c. 35. Rentals of Cumnor, &c., late 17th cent. c. 36. Wytham enclosure award, with map, c. 37. Steward's book, Cumnor manor, c. 38. Cumnor and Wytham enclosures (business papers, &c.), d. 25. Rent book, Cumnor, Hinksey, 1767-'77. d. 26. Valuation of estates in Wytham, e. 21. Survey of North Hinksey, early 19th cent. e. 22. Accounts of sales of timber, Wytham estates, (b) MS. Top. Gen. c Transcript from court rolls, Oxon., Berks., &c , e. 63. Transcript of court rolls, Oxon., Berks., e. 64. Copyholders in Oxon. and Berks., late 17th cent. Other charters are: MSS. Charters Berkshire (Cumnor), (Botley), (Wytham), (South Hinksey), 881 (Seacourt), 882 (South Moreton), (Frilsham), mrd~ (general) (Cumnor), 1142 (Whitley), 1143 (Wootton), and (Wytham). Buckinghamshire (Long Crendon). Lincolnshire (Marston, Gate Burton, Upton). Somerset. 81 (Rudge), (Beckington and Berkeley). Wiltshire. 327 (Potterne), 328-<) (Marden), 330 (Littleton Pannell), 331 (Steeple Ashton), 332 (Hurst), 333 (Lavington), 334 (Westbury), 357 (Hurst), (Marden, Littleton Pannell), 361 (near Westbury), (Westbury), and 366 (Littleton in West Lavington). Other Bertie papers are MSS. D.D. Bertie b. 1-9, c. 1-28, d They include a number of court rolls with a long series for Thame, (with gaps). Schedules of title deeds are in c. 7 (c. 1815) and in b. 2 (1889).

155 r TOPOGRAPHICAL COLLECTIONS OF HENRY MINN BEQUEATHED BY HENRY MINNI96I Henry Minn ( ) was a clockmaker in Oxford. He was also a devoted Oxford antiquary and was one of the most active members of the Committee of the Oxford Millenary Exhibition in From 1935 he was a member of the extra staff of the Library and catalogued topographical prints and drawings. He devoted his leisure over many years to building up a photographic record, with annotations, of the streets and buildings of Oxford. The arrangement of the volumes is based on the old ward boundaries within the city walls. During the latter part of his life he lived at The Old Manor in Cassington and there wrote the history of the parish. MSS. Top. Oxon. d d. 5IZ-13. e " d N.W. ward. 152leaves. (.!.:fi ~d. o..e. ward. 196 leaves. \t \' W. ward,! 82 and 125 leaves. ~.'. d bingdon Road. Folly Bridge, &c. 68 leaves. /. I,I,. 'd Broad Street. 216 leaves. ~wr. i".~ "*t Cornmarket Street. 141 leaves. _,.r"/-" d East Oxford. 152 leaves.':'::: d.497. High Street. North and South sides. Carfax to Magdad 499 High Street. North side. Carfax to Magdalen Bridge. len Bridge. 53 leaves. High Street. South side. Carfax to Physic Garden. 79 leaves. 70 leaves. d 5OO Magdalen Street and St. Giles's. 123 leaves. d 50 l. North Oxford. Woodstock and Banbury Roads. South Parade and north of it. Walton Street. Port Meadow. 195 leaves. d 502. Port' Meadow. Binsey. Godstow. Wolvercote. 134leaves. d 503 St. Aldates. 131 leaves. d 504 St. Giles's Fair. Miscellaneous. 30 leaves. d 505 St. Thomas. 359 leaves. _d Trams and Buses. 200 leaves. d 507 Special Constables. 176 leaves. d 508. Correspondence, notes, &c., relating to the Oxford Mil~ lenary Exhibition, leaves. d Annotated and illustrated catalogue of the Oxford Millenary Exhibition, xiv leaves. d Notes for a history of Cassington, with the hamlet of Worton, vi+203 and iv+z68 pages. Notes on Yarnton and Eynsham. 58 leaves.

156 RE CORDS OF OXFORD COMPANIES AND TRADE GUILDS A collection of the records of Oxford companies and trade guilds of the mercers, grocers, cordwainers, tailors, butchers, and poulterers, Given by Philip Morrell, Margaret Warren and Frederica Peel in memory of Frederick Joseph Morrell, MSS. Morrell 1-25 The Company of Cordwainers MS. Morrell 2. Ordinances witnessed by the justices of assize, dated July 2 Elizabeth (1560) and July 19 Elizabeth (1577), and one undated, Elizabethan; 24 July 9 Charles I (1633), 29 June 20 Charles II (1668). The first four documents each carry the remains of one small amorphous seal. 5 leaves. MS. Morrell 3. Two royal charters of inspeximus, the first dated at Woodstock 18 Dec. 45 Hen. III (1260), with an incomplete second great seal of Hen. III, and the second dated at York 3 June 12 Edw. II (1319), with an incomplete great seal of Edw. II. MS. Morrell 4. Royal charters of inspeximus granted 14 Feb. 4 Ric. II (1381),30 Jan. 6 Hen. VI (1428), 24 Mar. I Hen. VIII (1510), and 25 Feb. I Hen. IV (1400). At the end of the volume are preserved an almost complete example of the great seal of Richard II, and fragments of the first seal of Henry IV, the silver seal of Henry VI, and the first seal of Henry VIII. 4 leaves. MS. Morrell 5. Royal charters of inspeximus granted 27 June I Edw. VI (1547),8 Feb. 13 Eliz. (1571),26 May 4 James I (1606). Atthe end of the volume are preserved fragments of the great seal of Edward VI and the first great seal of Elizabeth, and a complete example of the second seal of James I. 3 leaves. MS. Morrell 10. Minutes of the general meetings, , with a list of fees to be paid on admission (inner front cover), the oaths to be taken by the various members (fol. I), an account of goods seized by the company, 1789-<)4 (fo1. 3), and a copy of an indenture of 1819 between the company, private members of the company, and the city (fo rev.). 142 leaves ( blank). MS. Morrell II. Writs executory of 25 May 35 Hen. VI (1457), 26 Aug. 4 Edw. IV (1464),8 Feb. 13 Eliz. (1571), 26 May 4 James I (1607), to the mayor and bailiffs of the city of Oxford on behalf of the company. In tins at the end of the volume are preserved fragments of the great seals of I Hen. VI (1422) (silver seal), 2 Edw. IV (1462) (second seal), 3 Eliz. (1561) (first seal), and 4 James I (1607) (second seal). 4 leaves. MS. Morrell 12. Memoranda of elections and accounts of the company in Oxford, , with a list of freemen making voluntary contributions to the company, 1657 (fo1. 173v rev.). 175 leaves.

157 OXFORD COMPANIES AND TRADE GUILDS 143 MS. Morrell 13. Account book of the company in Oxford, with a fragment of a minute of a meeting, 24 June 1710 (fol. 3). i+85 leaves (44-end blank). MS. Morrell 14. Minutes of meetings of the company in Oxford, 16I4-17Il, with a list of benefactors of the company (fol. 175v), Joseph Winter's resignation from the company, 1744 (fol. 176), receipts of money paid to widows of members, , (fol. 177, 179v rev.), and John Dyer's receipt for fees from the company, 1769 (fol. 17SV). i leaves. MS. Morrell 15. Minutes of meetings of the company in Oxford, , with a note of money received from the seizure of condemned goods (fol. 3), a list of admission fees, 1771 (fol. 4), and the company's case as plaintiff in an action brought against Robert Smith, cordwainer, 1744 (fol. 208v rev.). 213 leaves ( blank). MS. Morrell 20. Minute and account book of the guild in Oxford, , with (fol. 106) a chronological index of meetings and transactions in a 19th-cent. hand. At fol. 3 is a photograph of a blackjack which belonged to the guild. Fols. 4 and 108 are two leaves of parchmentfrom a 14th-cent. MS. canon law commentary taken from the binding. 1091eaves. Bound in Oxford in the early 16th cent. MS. Morrell 23. Copy of the orders made for the company in Oxford by the justices of assize, 1560, followed by a copy in English of a writ executory issued under the great seal, 1571 (fol. 15), and a similar undated Elizabethan writ in Latin (fol. 18), Judge Lovelace's letter to the Mayor and Bailiffs of Oxford relating to the company, 1576 (fol. 19v), bye-laws of the company, (fol. 21), and a list of apprentices presented to the Company,. 159O-c (fol. 55). 95 leaves (28-54 blank). Bound in a fragment of a 14th-cent. missal. MS. Morrell 24. A volume, written at both ends, of miscellaneous notes on logic, used for occasional entries relating to the company in Oxford, including a list of documents lent to the master for a legal suit, 1631 (fo1. 9), the engagement of Thomas Nobes, with other signatures (by mark) (fol. 28 rev.), and an engagement of the journeymen shoemakers (fol. 41 rev.). 50 leaves (10-12, 13-16, 17-27,29-38 blank). The Company of Tailors MS. Morrell 6. Election and order book of the company in Oxford with a partial index of orders (fol. 2), lists of admissions, (fol. 4), lists of elections, Il (fol. 6), a copy of the ordinances of the company (fol. 320), and the oaths of various officers (fol. 322V). i+315 leaves. MS. Morrell 7. Election and order book of the company in Oxford, , with admissions, 17Il-1833 (fol. Il7), and form of oaths taken by the Master, Wardens, and others of the company (fol. Il3). i leaves.

158 144 OXFORD COMPANIES AND TRADE GUILDS MS. Morrell 8. Ordinances, cases of privilege and records of suits of the company in Oxford written in the 17th cent., including an account of the case of John Harris, 1620 (fol. 4), Roger Birde's signed apology for an offence, 1633, and a receipt for 16 paid by the company to the Thames navigation commissioners, 1633 (fol. 7). There follows a list of Masters and Wardens of the company, (fol. 14). ii+ 55 leaves. 'Taken out of a large book my property. Geo. P. Hester 1839' (fol. 53v). MS. Morrell 9. 'Some of the more ancient and curious accounts of the Taylors Company selected from a great number by Geo. P. Hester, Steward 1838' (fol. 46v). The accounts date from about 1507 to A -letter from W. Jay to the Rev. J. Griffiths, 17 Apr. 1845, contains notes of the later history of the company (fol. 2). i + 50 leaves. Formerly in the possession of G. P. Hester, steward to the company. MSS. Morrell Minute books of the company in Oxford, , and , with form of oaths (fol. 208v), and fees on admission (fol. 216v). 78 and 213 leaves ( blank). MS. Morrell 18. Ordinances of the company in Oxford comprising orders of 1614 (fol. 2), an exposition by the justices of the assize, 1594, of points arising from earlier ordinances of the company (fol. 7), ordinances of 1662 (fol. 10), an agreement between the University and the company, 1604 (fol. 15) and a supplementary note on this agreement, 1748 (fol. 16v). There is also among some miscellaneous entries a list of a few Masters and Wardens, (fols. 19 and 24v). 27 leaves. MS. Morrell:.n. Minute book, , of the company in Oxford leaves. MS. Morrell 22. Enrolment book, , of the company in Oxford. 127 leaves. MS. Morrell 25. 'Liber jurament[i] magistri wardorum et fraternitatis sutorum vestiariorum', containing a (fol. II) kalendar, taken from another book; b (fol. 17) pericopes from the gospels: Matthew ii. I-IZ; (fol. 20) Mark xvi ; (fol. 22) Luke i ; (fol. 25) John i On parchment, written in the 15th cent.: 130XI00(90x65)mm., ruled in red: 48 leaves (fols. 4-IOv, 24v, 27v-48v blank); collation 16 (bifolium inserted after fol. 3), 26, 3L68; blue initials with red flourishes: contemporary blind tooled calf binding over oak boards, repaired in the 17th cent., with clasp. 'William Smart bond this book, June 20, 167 [ ]' (fol. 7). 'This, the ancient oath book of the company of tailors incorporated in Oxford, was presented to me by the company with the rest of their books and papers in the year 1838 when the effects of the company were disposed of. Geo. P. Hester their steward from 1826' (fol. 3). The blank leaves contain a few signatures of masters of the company,

159 OXFORD COMPANIES AND TRADE GUILDS The Company of Mercers and Grocers MS. Morrell I. Account book of the company in Oxford, with lists of apprentices presented, 20 July August leaves (75- end blank). The Company of Butchers and Poulterers MS. Morrell 19. The rules and ordinances of the Company in Oxford, 1703 (fol. 4), with lists of members and officers, (fol. 117 rw.), and a few miscellaneous papers and receipts, ' 121 leaves ( blank). J4S Addendum to page 92. MS. Top. Oxon. d Lists of Oxfordshire incumbents for Bullingdon and Ploughley hundreds: a typed lists for the medieval period; b manuscript list for part of Bullingdon hundred only up to Prepared for the Victoria County History of Oxford, but not printed. 173 leaves. B 8972 L

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161 GENERAL INDEX The index gives both the shelf mark and the reference to the page of this catalogue. Shelf marks come first, and are entered in italics; references to the pages of the catalogue fojlow in Roman. Abbot (Charles), Itt baron Colchester, see Colchester. Abbott (Charles), Itt baron Tenterden, see Tenterden. Abingdon, Berks. Charters rei. to, c. 393, p. 1:13. Extrs. from Twyne 22 rei. to, c. 455 fol. ZI, p Revenues of abbey of, c. z89 fol. I7, p. 13 Abingdon, earls of. Copyholders in the manors of, 169S-1765, c. 387, p. 13S. Pedigree of, c. 373 p. 18z, p. 52. Rentals of, in Oxon. & Berks., IS15-17, b. z08-i 5, p Abingdon, James Bertie, Itt earl of. Correspondence of, 16S1-1702, c. 325, p. 44 Abingdon, Montagu Bertie, znd earl of. Copyholders in his Berks. & Oxon. manors, , c. 387, p. 13S. Papers of, c. 3z5, p. 44. Abingdon, Willoughby Bertie, 3rd earl of. Copyholders in his Berks. & Oxon. manors, c. 387, p Executor's accounts, 176o, b. I84, p Rents of his settled estates, 176o, e. 300, p. 13S. Tenants & rents of his manors, , b. I78-83, p Abingdon, Willoughby Bertie, 4th earl of. Abstract of accs. of his Berks. & Oxon. estates, 177I-SO, c. 388 fol. I58, p. 13S. Aces. of his Oxon. estates, 17S6, b. I96, p Aces. of his estates & rents, , a , h. I97-9, p Papers rei. to his properties, debts, and effects, b. IZI, p Fines received in his manor courts, 1761-"]0, e. 30Z, 17S3-99, e. 303, p. 13S. Papers in case rei. to Swinford bridge, 1794, c. 388 fol. I, p. 13S. Rent book of, S5, d. 380, p. 13S. Receipts from Swinford tolls, 177o-S5, d. 379, p. 13S. Richard Way's aces. for the rents of, , b. I85-f}I, p Trustees' accs., 176S, d. 378, p. 13S; 17S2-4, b. I9z-3, p. 137; 17S5-6, MS. Top. Berks. h. 36, p Wills and marriage settlement, c. 389, p. q9. Abingdon, Montagu Bertie, 5th earl of. Aces. of estates & rents, IS04-10, b. zoo-5, p. 137; of his receiver, 1799-IS04, b; z06, c. 383, p. 137; of his rents in Oxon. & Berks., ISI3, b. 307, p. 137; ISI4, c. 384, p. 13S. Catalogue of his library at Wytham & Ryeote, ISOI, c. 382, p Estates in his marriage settlement, IS07, c. 388, p. 13S; in IS27, summary of, b. ZIOfol. IS, p Rent ace. of his trustees, IS43-55, b. ZI6, p. 13S. Rental of Oxon. & Berks. estates of, ISZZ, b. I77 fol. 66, p Valuation of his farms in Rycote, IS30, h. ZIO fol. I7, p Will & marriage settlement, c. 389, p Acland (sir Thomas Dyke). Mural monument to, a. I9fol. 47, p. I. Adderbury. Charters rei. to, c. 393, p Ch. notes, ISth-19th cent., b. I65 fol. 8, p. 16. Drawing of ch. by J. Wilkins, a. 6I fols. I, 8, p. 6; of manor-house by A. Dashwood, a. 48 fol. 76, p. 5. Index to burial regs. of, 159S-IS40, d. z33, p. 6S. Rental bk. of Draper family of, , c. zz8, p. 29. Adderbury, East. Removal of Moss Bradford to, ISI7, c. zz9 fol. 30, p. Z9 Addington (Henry), visc. Sidmouth, see Sidmouth. Adean family. Wills of, c. 404 fol. zzo, p. 13Z. Adwell. Legal papers rei. to manor, S, h. I69 /01. I, p. [7. Transers. of par. reg. of, d. 289 fol. I, P.76. Aethiopic alphabet. Letter rei. to types in Oxford Printing House, 173S, d. 238 fol. 86, p. 69. Afghanistan, k. 0/, see Amanulla. Albert, prince consort 0/ Engl. Letter from him rei. to Oxford Commission, IS52, e. 290/01. I9, p. 1I0. Albury. Perambulation of boundary of, 19th cent., b. 208-IS fol. I3, p Property of the earls of Abingdon in, pp Survey & valuation of, ISthcent.,c.38I,p. 136.

162 A1der(Robert). Acc.asproctor, , c. 336 fol. IIO, p. 46. Aldrich (Henry). Certificate signed by him, as dean of Ch. Ch., 1706, c. 3z6 fol. I27, p. 46. Epitaph of, e. I69 p. 7I, p. 97. A1dworth, Berks. Rents & tenants of lord Abingdon in manor of, 18th cent., b. I78-83, p AIlchin CW. Howell). His coli. rei. to Oxford Choral Society, , d. 483, p. 95. Allen (William Birkett). Address presented to him, 1834, e. 340 fol. 6, P l04 A1lenfamily. Memoranda about lands in 'Stantons Parish', 18th cent., e. 379fol. IOI, p. II6. Allnutt family. Papers rei. to, 19th cent., c. 332 fol. 38, p. 30. Allport (D. H.). Extrs. from par. reg. of Wilcote, , c. SIS fol. I30, p. 59. Alphonso, V k. of Aragon. Letter from Humfrey, duke of Gloucester, 1445, c. z6sfol. S6, p. 36. Amanulla, k. of Afghanistan. Latin speech for diploma of D.C.L., 1928, d. 338 fol. 79, p. 69. Ambrosden. Legal papers rei. to manor, , b. I69 fol. 3, p. 17. Terrier for, 17th cent., c. 336 fol. I33,P 46. Amhurat (Nicholas). His 'Strephon's Revenge, A satire on the Oxford Toasts', 1718, e. I67, p. 97. Annan (Noel). Herbert Spencer Lecture by, 1960, d. 360 fol. 330, p. 85. Anne, quo of Engl. Title-page of A. Boyer's 'Reign of QueenAnne', a. 30 fol. II, p. I. Visit to Oxford, 1683, d. 34I, p. 70. Anson (sir William). Letters to, rei. to affairs of Oxford Univ., , d. 3IO, p. 78. Anyan (Thomas). Sermon by, 17th cent.,f. S3 fol. I, p Aragon (Alphonso V of), see Alphonso. Archard (al. Mason) (William). Copy of his will, 1503, d. 404 fol. 86v, p Ardley. Coli. for hist. of, 18th cent., c. 307, p. 42. Arnts. In Chipping Norton ch., d. I67, p.63. In Divinity School and Bodleian library, e. 363 fol. II, p In Middleton Stoney chapel, a. 4B fol. 6I, p. 5. In windows of Oxford colleges 17th-18th cent., e. 30S, p. I II. In 160xfordshire chs., e. I74 GENERAL INDEX Arms (cant.) p. 98. In Oxon., Berks., Bucks., & Northants., e. 363, p On Nowers tomb in Christ Church cathedral, c. 326 fol. IIlI, p. 46. Greenwood's notes on, in city & county, 1658, e. 386, p Ordinary of Oxfordshire families, c. 362 fol. 73, p. 35 Tricks of arms of Oxfordshire, d. I43, p. 60. Confirmation of arms to George Perrott, 1549, d. I70 fol. 63, p. 64. Grant of arms to Josiah Key, 1688, b. I76 (R), p. 18. Heraldic roll of genealogy of Saunders, 1659, b. 1lI9 (R), p. 19. See also Heraldry. Army. Minutes of 'Corps of Oxford LoyaIVolunteers', , e. 34I, p Roll of Oxfordshire yeomanry, 1805, c. 390 fol. 3I, p. 40; Watlington gentlemen & yeomanry cavalry, 1805, c. 390 fol. II, p. 40. See also Military history. Ashampstead, Berks. Rents and tenants of lord Abingdon in manor of Childs Court in, 18th cent., b. I78-83, p Asbhuratfamily. Genealogyof, c. SIS fol. I3S, p. 59. Papers rei. to, 17th & 18th cent., d. 38S, p. 87. Ashhurat (Gladys). Notes on Waterstock rectory by, 1947, d. 47 I fol. 6, P 93 Asbhurst (sir William). Letters to, from 6th earl uf Balcarres, 1786, d. 38S fat. 89, p. 87. AsthaU. Charters rei. to, c. 393, p. 123 AsthaU Leigh. Charters rei. to, c. 393, P 123 Aston Bampton. Legal papers rei. to manor, , b. I69 fol. 3S, p. 17 Aston, Middle. Colis. for hist. of, 18th cent., c. 307, p. 42. Terrier for, 17th cent., c. 326 fol. I39, p. 46. Aston, North. Colis. for hist. of, 18th cent., c. 307, p. 42. Drawing of rectory, a. 48 fol. 93, p. 5. Lands of recusants in, 1700, d. 3SI fol. IO, p.84. Aston Rowant. Calendar of deeds rei. to, , d. 46I/I fol. I8S, p. 92. Transcrs. of par. regs. of, d. 389 fol. 33, p. 76. Atterbury (Francis). Verses by him, 18th cent., e. 379fols. Io-I4, p Aubrey (William). Receipt for [,10 paid to, for reading a civil lesson at Oxford, 1557, d. 3I 4fol. 76, p. 79.

163 Aubry (Uacques Philippe]). Latin poem, c. zi , p. 24. Avener (Margery). Grant to, of land in Upper Heyford, 1475, c. 48Ilol. z5i, p. 21. Awards, Enclosure. See Enclosure awards. Babington(Zachary). Notes on Crown cases in Oxford circuit, , d. 333, p. 81. His list of judges on Oxford assizes, ,/ z, P 1I9 Bacon (Roger). Corresp. rei. to his commemoration, 1914, c. z63, p. 35. Badcock G.). History of Summertown by, 1832, e. z40, p Badcock (R.). Lessee of tenement in St. Aldates, 1879, d. 433 (R), p Baddock (Charles). His tenement at St. AIdates, Oxford, 1840, a. 55 (R), p Badger Games). Transcr. of theses by him, late 17th cent..!. 6Ilol. II9, rev., p Bailey (Cyril). Speech introducing him for degree of Hon. D.Litt., 1934, c. 3z , p. 45. Bailey (John Eglinton). Adds. to commonplace bk., c. 1850, c. 2I9, p. 27. Bainton. Colis. for hist. of, 18th cent., c. 307, p. 42. Baker (G[eorge]). Latin poem, 1795, c. zi , p. 24. Baker (Samuel). Action by, for debt to Pembroke coli., 1690, c II6, p. 46. Baker (W.). Ace. bk. as tailor of Banbury, , c. 453, p. 56. Balcarres, Alexander Lindsay, 6th earl 01. Letters from, to Sir William Ashhurst, 1786, d. 385/01. 89, p. 87. Baldon. Sale of estate in, 1798, d I40, p. 87. Baldwin (Stanley). Letter, 1918, rei. to Morris memorial, c l. 50, P 52 Balfour, Arthur James, Ist earl of. Chancellor of Cambridge Univ., 1930, c. z I83, p. 37. Ballads, Engl. (xviii), b. I I, p. 17. During parliamentary elections, Oxon., , d. I9210l. 33I, p. 66. Balscote. Notes on chapelry of, 1948, d. 386, p. 87 Bampton. Papers rei. to charitable trusts, 18th-19th cent., c II6v, p. 47. Terrier of titheable GENERAL INDEX 149 Bampton (cont.) lands, 1784, e. z79, p Title to part of manor, , b. I69 Jol. z6, p. 17. Banbury. Ace. bk. of W. Baker, tailor of, , c. 453, p. 56. Aces. of turnpike road from Ryton Bridge to, , d. 373, p. 86. Assignment of manor, 1657, b. I , p. 17. CoIl. for St. John's hosp. in, c IO, p Drawing of ch. by J. Wilkins, a. 6I Jol. 9, p. 6. Papers rei. to Blue Cost school, , c. 238, p. 32. Terrier of Neithrop in, 1575, c. 454, P.56. Bandinel (Bulkeley). Note from, to executors of Mr. Bohte, 1824, d. 3I4 lol. I33, p. 80. Banting (Thomas). Notes on Filkins by, ,e.zzo,p Barber (Robert). Pardon granted to, 1626, d. I64, p. 63. Barclay ([John]). Letter, 1921, to, rei. to burial of Richard Rawlinson, d I7, p. 69. Bardgett (Thomas). Oath as freeman of Oxford, 1768, c , p. 29. BarCord, Great. See Barford St. Michael. BarCord St. Michael. Enclosure award & map, a. 63, p. 7. Misc. par. records, , c , P.45. Quitclaimofland,13II,c.481 / 101. z51, p Barlow (Thomas). Letter from, as - Bodley's librarian, 1658, d. 3I , p. 79 Barnes (F.). Letters, 1814, to, rei. to visit of Prince Regent to Oxford, d. 238 lois. II3, I78, p. 70. Barnwood forest. Terrier for, mid- 17th cent., c. 3z6101. I35, p. 46. Barrington (Shute), bp. 01 Durham. Letter to Thomas Randolph, 1815, b. I , p. 18. Resignation aa canon of Ch. Ch., 1768, c. z2910l. 40, p. 29. Land in Mongewell, sold to him, 1805, c. 2z , p. 29. Barry (Charles). Architectural drawings by, 1844, c 470, p. 56. Barry (Vincent). Referee in Chancery case, 1655, c. z , p. 36. Bartlett (-). Sketches of Oxford buildings by, , c. 40 9, p. 54. Bartlett (William). Plan of his tenement in High Street, Oxford, I. 59 (R), p Barton (Anne). Receipts signed by her, 1700, b. IZ2101. I07, p. 12.

164 I~ GENERAL INDEX Barton (Charles). Petition for pro- Bellamy (F. A.). Papers rei. to Ashrnoteetion against, 18th cent., b. In lean Natural History Society colfol. 8, p Bath, Som. Speech by Recorder lected by, d , p. 80. Bellewes (G. 0.). Letters on family Hawly to their majesties entering, of Goodwin, , c. 237, p , e. 202 fol. 124, p Bathurst (Henry). Resignation as Bells. Notes on, at Oxford, Glasgow, New Windsor, & Worcester, early canon of Ch. Ch., Oxford, 1795, 19th cent., c. 326 fol. 60, p. 45. c. 229fol. 43, p. 29. Batt (B. E. A.). Hist. of Burford & Up- Notes on church bells of Oxfordshire, d. 198, p. 66. ton & Signet, 1954, c. 515 fol. 40, Benedictine order, Notes on general P.59. chapters,ms. Top. eccles. c.iofol.i, Batty (Beatrice). Her journal 'Oxford p in Term-time ', e , Benet (sir John). Decree rei. to payp. 99. Baxter (William). Letter from Richard ment of remainder of estate of Sir Thos. Bodley, 1624, c. 326 fol. 46, Bligh to, 19th cent., d. 302 fol. 6, P.45. p. 77. Bayne (William). His tenement in Bennett (John). His tenement in St. Aldates, 1840, a. 55 (R) e, p High Street, Oxford, 1848'/.58 (R), Bensington. See Benson. P.131. Benson. Extrs. from court rolls of, Beaufort, Henry Charles Somerset, 6th duke of. 'Canvass book' at election , c. 379, p. 53. Bentham (Edward). Lectures in of chancellor of Oxford Univ., 1809, divinity and ecci. hist., 18th. cent., b. 252, p. 22. e , p Beaver (H.). Letters rei. to election of Benwell (William). Poem by, 1793, president of Corpus Christi coli., c. 296 fol. 25, p. 41. Latin poem, 1748, c. 350, p , c. n6 fot. 125, p. 25. Lines Bebb (LI. J.). Letters to him rei. to on his death, 1796, d. 163 fol. 295, Lady Margaret professorship, 1895, p. 62. d. 278, p. 73. Beresford (John), lord. Verses spoken Bee. Confirmation of lands of abbey at Encamia, Oxford, 1793, c. 236 of, in England, c. 402 fol. I, p Beckington, Som, Bertie family charfol. 13, p. 31. Berkeley, Som. Bertie charters rei. to, ter rei. to, MSS. Ch. Som , MSS. Ch. Som , p p Berkshire. Bertie family charters rei. Beckley. Earl of Abingdon's rents in, to, MSS. Ch. Berks , IIZ8-' 1760, e. 300, p Fines in mano- 48, p Catalogue of prints & rial court of, 1761-,]0, e. 302, p drawings in Bodleian library of, Rents & tenanta of lord Abingdon , c. 244fol. 77, p.32. Ch. in manor of, 18th cent., b , notes for, , e. 262, p p Sale of Abingdon estate at, Copyholders in Bertie estates in, 1844, b. In fol. 180, p Survey 17th cent., MS. Top. Gen. e. 64, & valuation of, 18th cent., c. 381, p Earl of Abingdon's rents in, p th cent., c. 381, p Manorial Beerbohm (Max). Caricatures by, holdings of Bertie family in, 16th 1890, c. 264, p. 35. cent., MSS. Top. Berks. b. 34, p Belcher ([?John]). Latin poem, 1792, Transers. of court rolls of Bertie c. n6 fol. 144", p. 26. family in, , , MSS. Belgian Refugees. Work of Belgian Top. Gen. c , e. 63, p Refugee committee, , at Bernard (Mountague). Papers of, Oxford, c , d , e , p th cent., c. 309, p. 43. Bertie family. Papers rel. to, pp Bell (Alfred), glass painter. Glass in St. Giles's ch., Oxford, , 7, Bertie (capt.). State of his ace., 1780, b. III fols. 310, 353, p. 10. Bell (C. F.). Papers rei. to 'The Oxb. 121 fol. 143, p Bertie (Peregrine). Papers rei. to his ford Almanacks', 1904, c. 352, p. 50. properties, 18th cent., b Rent Bell (R. A.). Letter, 1918, rei. to Morris roll of his manor of Weston-on-thememorial, c. 369fol. 34, p. 52. Green, 1773, ib fol. 137, p. 139

165 GENERAL INDEX Dicester. Charters of, c. 398, p Colis. for priory of, c. 447 fol. I9, p Copy of notes on 'Bicester in 1870' by F. Hudson, d. 47I fol. I34, p. 94. Copy of grant of priory, 1538, b. 42 fol. 53, p. 7. Deanery of, notes by J. C. Blomfield, 1882-<}4, b. 249, c , 48I, 5I8, d , p. 21. Extrs. from Audit Rolls of priory, 13th-15th cent., C. 482, p. 58. Grants of corn to priory, c. II , C. 48I fol. z50, p. 21. Indenture rei. to manor, land, & site of priory, 1654, b. I69 fol. 62, p. 17. MS. of J. Dunkin's history of, 1816, d. 478, p. 95. Petition rei. to site of priory, manor, & rectory, 1652, b. I69fol. 54, p. 17. Roll of Volunteer company of, 1803-<}, c. 2z3, p. 28. Royal warrant, 1645, rei. to navigation of rivers at, c. 3z6 fol. I28, P.46. Sealofthepriory,1534,C.37I, p. 52. Stained glass roundel in Burne Ceaster cafe, 1953, b. 4z fol. 98, p. 7. Title to land oflate priory, 1629, b. I69 fol. 50, p. 17; to grange & land, 1538-<}, b. I69fol. 52, p. 17. Transcrs. of par. regs. of, , e , p Bickham (George). Engraving of Shotover House and Garden, 1750, b. II7 fol. r65, p. I I. Bill (E. G. W.). Catalogues of Christ Church muniments by, 1953, d (= R. I3. 774!I-2), p. 91. Binsey. Notes on, 18th & 19th cent., b. II6 fol. 8, p. I I. Notes & photographic record of, d. 502, p Binyon (1..) Letter, 1918, rei. to Morris memorial, c. 369 fol. 20, p 52.. Birch-Reynardson (W.). Owner of terrier of South Weston, e. 274, P 133 Bishop (Nicholas). The Oxford colis. of, e. I64, p. 96. Transcrs. of his records, c. 442fol. I, p Bishop (Thomas). Valuation of Three Goats inn, Oxford for him, 1834, e. I80, p. 99. Bishops. List of, in Wales & England, 16th cent.-1649, c. 378, p. 494, P 53 Black (W. H.). Notes on drawings of Christ Church, Oxford, c. z65 fol. 58, p. 36. Black Bourton. Indenture concern. lands, 1659, b. I69 fol. 7z, p. 17. Blackstone (sir William). Letter from Justice Foster on case of King's lsi Blackstone (cont.) Printer, 1758, c. z09 fol. 29. p. 22. Opinion on power of Univ. of Oxford to alter Statutes, c. 209 fol.!l7, p.22. Blackthorn. Royal warrant, 1645, rei. to navigation of rivers between Bicester and, c. 326 fol. I38, p. 46. Blackwell, Mr. Title-deeds, 18th cent., d. 406 fol. 66, p Blake (Charles). His aces., as fellow of St. John's coli., , f 43, p. II8. Blakiston (H. E. D.). Letter from Hastings Rashdall, 1917, c. 326 fol. 6I, p. 45. Speech, as vice-chancellor Oxford Univ., 1920, d. 2z5, p. 68. Blandford park. 'A plan of...', 1813, e. I79, p. 99. Blenheim palace. Bobart's aces. for work at, , c. u8 fol. 6z, ib. fol. 58, p. 26, , e. 294, p. III. Colis. for, 19thcent., d. I73, p. 65. Drawings of, by W. Delarnotte, a. 48 fol. 3, p. 5. Henry Joynes's accs. for building, gardening, &c., 1708, c. 230, p. 30. Inscription on obelisk, 1708, c. Z30 fol. IS, p. 30. Letter of duchess of Marlborough to T. Bobart rei. to, 1710, c. u8 fol. 37, p. 26. Papers rei. to building & work in gardens, , c. 265fol. 66, p. 36. Plans & drawings of, by sir J. Vanbrugh, a , p. 4; of foundations, garden, park, & grand bridge, by H. Wise, a. 50 (R), p. 6. Use of 'Statuary Marble' at, 1723, d. 238 fol. 89, p. 69. Bletchley, Bucks. Brass to Dr. Thos. Sparke in ch., a. 20 fol. 2, p. 1. Bligh (Richard). Letter from him to Baxter the Oxford printer, 19th cent., d. 302 fol. 6, p. 77. Bliss (Philip). His bookplate, c. 209 fol. i, p. 22. His coli. of papers, I 8th- 19th cent. c I, p. 47. Memoranda by him rei. to Oxford Press in 17th cent., e. 27I, p Note on MSS. of Suetonius, d. 238 fol. 80, p. 69. Notes of Oxford interest, 19th cent., by him, e , p Blomfield (Charles), bp. of Lond. Letter from, 1828, b. I70 fol. 64, p. 17; from 1833, b. I70 fol. IOI, p. 18. Blomfield (J. C.). Notes for his Hirt. of Deanery of Bicester, I 882-<}4, b. 249, c , 48I, 5I8, d , p.21.

166 I~ GENERAL INDEX Blowfield (T.). Admeasurement of Boyer (A.). Title-page of his 'Reign streets & lanes of Oxford, 177o-So, of Queen Anne', a. 20 fol. II, p. I. c , p. 3S. Boyle (Robert). Papers about his trus- Bloxham. Drawings of ch., a. 48 tees, , d. 385fol. II, p. S7. fol. I, p. 5. Bradeley (James). Notes on his lec- Bltlcher (Gebhard-Lebrecht von), tures on mathematics, ISth cent., prince of Wahlstadt. Letter rei. to e. 379 fols , p. II6. visit to Oxford, ISI4, d. 238 fols. Bradenstoke, Wilts. Extracts from II3, I78, p. 70. cartulary of, c. 455fol. 20, p Bobart (Jacob). Papers rel. to him & Bradford (Moss). Order for removal his family, 17th & ISth cent., c. 2I8, from Hanwell, Middsx., ISI7, c. 229 p. 26. fol. 30, p. 29. Bobart (Tilleman). Acc. bk. for works Bradley (William Wyndham). Deat Blenheim, ,e. 294, p. III. gree granted to him by decree, IS4S, Extr. from cash bk. & copy of accs., c. 265 fol. 49, p. 36. I7I6-4S, rei. to building & gardens Bransbye (Henry). His survey of at Blenheim, c. 2I8 fol. 58, p. 26. manor of Shipton-under-Wych- Letter to him from duchess of wood, 1617, d. I69, p. 64. Marlborough rei. to Blenheim,I71o, Brashfield House. Drawing of, a. 48 c. 2I8fol. 37, p. 26. fol. 73, p. 5. Bodicote. Ch. & par. notes, 19z0-5, b. Brasses, monumental. Notes on" I24, p. 13. Transcrs. of churchwar- Oxfordshire, d. I95, p. 66. dens' accs., 1701-ISZ2, c. 306, p. 42. Bretherton (J.). Letter, ISth cent., Bodley (Deborah). Indenture, 167S, from him rei. to Oxford portraits, e. I8I, p. 99. d. 238 fat. 50, p. 69. Bodley (sir Thomas). Pedigree, b. 84, Brickenden (Nancy). Two poems p. S. Remainder of his estate, bond by her, ISth cent., e. 379 fols. 8-9 Y, rei. to, 1624, c , p. 45. p Bodley (William). Indenture, 167S, Brickham (-). Fee received from e. I8r, p. 99. him, 1556, d. 3I 4fol. 75, p. 79. Bohte (-). Note from B. Bandinel to Bridges (Nathaniel). His notebook his executors, ISZ4, d. 3I4fol. I33, while demy of Magdalen coli p. So. 7,(. 6I, p Booksellers. Bill to Crossley, Lon- Bridges (Robert). Draft of manifesto don bookseller, 1604, d. 238 fol. 48, to universities, 1920, b. 42 fot. 65, p. 69; Business corresp. between p.7. Oxford & London, 1731-ISIS, Brigham (-). Pays 10 for the readc. 2IO, p. 23. ing of the civil lesson at Oxford, Bordman (Hames]). Letter, ISIS, to 1557, d. 3I , p. 79. Oriel coli. rei. to payment of debt, Bright (J. F.). His lectures on conc I, p. 31. stitutional hist. since 16SS, d. 442, Boringdon (John Parker), 2nd baron. p. 91. Notes taken at his lectures, Poetical epistle of, 1790, d. I63 ISSz-3, e. 378, p. lis. fol. 72Y, p. 6z. Brightwell Baldwin. Charters rei. Botley, Berks. Bertie family charters to, c. 393, p rei. to, MSS. Ch. Berks , Brill, Bucks. Deeds rei. to, d. 385, p Drawing of mill, a. 3I fol. p. S7. Petitionofinhabitantsagainst I3a, p. 3. Map of tum pike road in, enclosure, 1576, b. II8, p. 12. b. 234 (R), p Survey & valua- Brinsden (Charles). Poems by him, tion of, ISth cent., c. 38I, p c. 17z9, C. 220 p. 29, p. 27. Boulter (Edward). On his alms- Briscoe (John). Surgeon of Oxford houses & dispensary in Oxford, d. prison, IS72, c. 326 fol. II9, p fol. 479, p. 75. Britwell. Calendar of deeds rei. to, Bowles ([William Lisle]). Lines by II , d. 46I/I fol. I85, p. 92. him on death of William Benwell, Court baron of, 1754, 1766, d , d. I63 fol. 295, p. 6z. Latin fol. 52, p. 69. poem, 17S3. c. 2I6 fol. I20, p. Z5; Broadsides. Titles of broadsides c. 2I9 p. I2, p. 27. issued during Oxfordshire parlia- Boyd (H.). Speeches by, IS90-3, mentaryelections, 1753-IS31, d.i92 d. 274, p. 73. fol. 33I, p. 66.

167 Broadwell. Aces. of steward of, , e. I85, p Brodrick (G. C.). Caricature, 1890, c. 264, p. 35. Brome (sir Christopher). Copy of will, undated, b. IIl2 jol. 2I9, p. 12. Brome (Edmund). Complaint about him, 17th cent., b. I22 jol. 254, p. 12. Conveyance of title to Forest Hill, c jol. I08, p. 13. Defendant to a bill, 1597, b. I22 jol. 233, p. 12. Brome (George). Complainant to a bill, 1597, b. I22 jol. 233; Replication of, 17th cent., ib. jol. 259, p. 12. Brookes (Thomas). Vicar of Shiptonunder-Wychwood, & surrogate, , c. 39I, p. 54. Browne (F. J. Staples). Drawing of house for him at Caversfield, a. 48 jol. 73, p. 5 Browne (Isaac Hawkins). Letter rei. to portrait of bp. John Randolph, 1815, b. I70 jol. 9I, p. 18. Browne (sir William). Poems submitted for his award of medals at Cambridge Univ., 18th cent., c. 2I6, p. 23. Poem in his memory, 1775, c. 2I6 jol. 79, p. 25. Browning (1. S.). Letter to him from J. H. Langston, M.P., rei. to Oxford Commission of Magistrates, 1836, d. 3I4fol. 69, p. 79. Bruce ([James]). Latin exercise in verse, 1786, c. 359, p. 51. Brudenell family. Sketch pedigree and notes on, d. 404 jol. 93, rev., p.121. Bruero. Colis. for abbey of, c. 447 jol. 26, p Proceedings against abbot of, 1532, c. 394jol. 246, p Seal of abbey of, 1493, C. 37I, p 52. Bryce (J.). Photograph of, d. 242 jol. I35, p. 70. Buck (S.). Drawing of 'prospect of University and city of Oxford', 18th cent., c. 30I (R), p. 42. Buckeridge (C.), architect. Designs for St. Giles's ch., Oxford, 1860, b. IIIjol. 297, p. 10. Buckinghamshire. Aces. rei. to manors, , b. I66, p. 16. Bertie family charters rei. to, MSS. Ch. Bucks I, p Catalogue of prints & drawings in Bodleian library, , c. 244jol. I44, p. 32. Ch. notes for, , e. 262, p.l06. GENERAL INDEX 153 Buckland, Som. Letter, 1906, ofr. C. Fowler rei. to cartulary of, and leper hospitals, c. 455jo/. III, p Buckler, (J. C.). Drawings & index, , a , p. 7, e. 342, p Sketches, 19th cent., a. 32 jol. 6, p. 3. Buckley (W. E.). Letters to him rei. to chair of Sanskrit, Oxford, 1860, e. I87, p Bucknell. Ch. restoration fund, 1894, c. 48I jol. 249, p. 21. Coils. for hist. of, 18th cent., c. 307, p. 42. Hist. of, 1933, c. 5I5 jol. I, p. 59. Papers rei. to, c. 48I jol Terrier of rectory, 1634, ib. jol. 236, p. 21. Buildings of ODordsbire. Photographs of 'Listed' buildings, 1956, c , p. 58. Bull (-). Elegy written by him on death of Mr. Swift, surgeon, 19th cent., e. 364jol. 50, p. II4. Bull (Stephen). Letter authorizing him to receive fee from Master Brickam, 1556, d. 3I4 jol. 75, p. 79. Bulley (William). His premises in High Street, Oxford, 1863, e. 357 (R), P 131. Bullingdon. Transcr. of Hundred Rolls for, c. 508, p. 58. Incumbents of Hundred of, d. 460, p Burcot. Bertie family charters rei. to, MSS. Ch. axon , p Survey & valuation of, 18th cent., c. 38I, p Burdon (Richard). The Oxford Argo, poem on the Oxford Movement by him, 1845, e. I65, p. 97. Burford. Coli. for St. John's hospital in, c. 447 jol. 88, p Hist. of, 1954, c. 5I5 jol. 40, p. 59. Horses entered to run on Seven Downs, 1753, c. 290 jol. 8, p. 40. Notes on Christopher Kempster, mason of, d. 398 jol. I, p. 88. Papers rei. to 'The Burford Script', 1915, C.3II, p. 43. Survey of lands once belonging to St. Mary's Guild, 1564, d. I69 jol. iv, p. 64. Notes & colis. on, d. 398 jol. 83, p. 89. Burgess (Thomas). Essay 'On the study of Antiquities', 1780, c. 2I9 p. 50, p. 27. Burrowes (R. E.). Armorial bookplate of, e. 262, p Burton (John), abbot. His ace. as receiver of Osency abbey, 1528, d. 388 (R), p. 87. Busby family. Pedigrees, c. 346 fols. 86,89, p. 49.

168 J54 Busby (Richard). Latin epitaph of, e. I69 p. 7I, p. 97. Busch (Emil). Hoax lecture on 'Freud and the new psychology', J922, c. :a6i, p. 35. Butler (Samuel). Latin poems, 1793, 1794, c. u6/01s. 8:a, 86, p. 25. Butler (W. H.). His ace. bk. as election agent, 1826, c. 3:a7, p. 47. Bmtton (L. H. D.). Letter to him from Annie M. A. H. Rogers, 1931, e. :a90/01. :a:a, p. lio. Bywater (Ingram). Caricature, 1890, c. :a64, p. 35. GENERAL INDEX CaiIIard Gohn}. Papers in a case rei. to Swinford bridge, 1794, c. 388 /01. I, p Calcott (Walter). Founder of WiI Iiamscott school, 1575, d. 46:a, p. 92. Caldwell (George). Poem 'Simplex Munditiis', 1794,c.:az6/01. z45,p. 26. Calendar, ecclesiastical. Table of moveable feasts, , c. :a36 /01. I07, p. 31. Caley Gohn). Coli. of drawings of monastic seals, c. 37I, p. 52. Extrs. of Audit Rolls of Bicester priory, c. 48:a, p. 58. Calthorpe. Terrier of, 1575, c. 454, P.56. Cambridge University. GENERAL., Cambridge verses on publick occasions', , e. I58, p. 96. Case of king's printer against, 1758, c. Z09/01. z9, p. 22. Colis. rei. to hist. of, 18th cent., c. :ai7, p. 26. Evidence before Roy. Comm., 1922, b. I04-9, c. z67, p. 9. Letter from Oxford Univ. condoling on death of chancellor, 1930, c. z65 /01. z83, P.37. Mark of ownership of MS., 15th cent., d. z38/01. I, p. 69. Members' prizes, , d. I63/01. I94, p. 62. Notes on its foundation & hist. of the colleges, 1710, e. 365, p 'Notes on certain college edifices' by J. E. Morris, 1953, d. 470, p. 93. Poems by Cambridge men for Sir William Browne's medals, , c. :ai6, p. 23; c. ZI6/01. z67, p. 26. Student's notebook, temp. Charles II, e. 344, p. liz. Topographical drawings of, 1798, , c. 475/01s. I-'!O, p. 57. Verses on James I's visit to, 1615, e. 344/01. I37, Tefl., {I. li3 Cannan (C.). Index to his lectures, 1892, d. 455/01. I7I, Tefl., p. 9J. Canning (George). Latin poem by, 1789, c. zi6/01. 33, p. 24. Lines & 2 poems by, 1789, d. I63/01. 75v, p. 62. Verses by, 1793, c. :a36 /01. I3, p. 31. Canterbury, archbishop 0/. Acts rei. to Oxford Univ. by, d. 300/01.54, p. 77. Carew (Richard). Poem by him, e. 380/01s. I99v-:aOO, p. li6. Caricatures. Of fellows of Corpus Christi coli., b. 9z /01. :a4, p. I. Oxford men, a. 33, p. 3; c. :a 43 pp. z & , p. 32; c. z64, p. 35. Carlisle, Cumbo Letter of Hastings Rashdall on appointment as dean of, 1917, C. 3z6/01. 6I, p. 45. Carlisle, George Howard, 6th earlo/. Poem 'Ganges', 1791, c. zi6/01. 97, P 25 Carpenter (H. J.), bp. o/ox/ord. His Addresses to Diocesan Conferences, 1956, d. 3z4/01. 80, p. 79. ' Carter G.). Notes on county borough of Oxford, 19ZZ, c. z65 /01. IO, P 36. Carwardine (Thomas). Sermon preached by him in Oxford, c. 1596, /.53/01. I8a, p. lz0. Case (T.). Notes on hjs lectures given in 1892, d. 453/01.93", d. 455/01.7 IV, P 91. Cassington. Index to marriages in par. regs. of, e. Z73, p. 98. Notes for hist. of, by H. Minn, 1933, d. 5I:i1- z3, p Plan of, 1804, a' 4z (R). Transcr. of' par. reg., 165z-1812, e. z76, p Catechism. For ch. of Engl., 1784, C. u9 p. :a70 Tefl., p. Z7. Cave Gohn). Abstract of his will, 1695, d. 3I 4/ (v), p. 79. Bill of complaint of, 166z, d. 3I4/ (vi), p. 80. Caversfteld. Drawing of house, 19th cent., a. 48 /01. 73, p. 5. Caversham. Parochial description 1801, c. 336/01. 4:a, p. 48. Chadlington. Drawing of house by W. Wilkinson, a. 48 /01. 99, p. 5. Docs. rei. to hundred of, 1660, d. z69/01. I05', p. 64. Chalgrove. Calendar of deeds rei. to, fo-rl6i/i/ol. I85, p. 9Z. Deeds rei. to, - d. 385, p. 87. Challen (W. H.). Transcrs. of par. regs., d. z88, p. 75; d. 281)-90, p. 76; d. 299, p. 77. Chandos, James Bridges, 8th baron. Letter from, 1681, c. 289/01. I39, P 13

169 Chaotries. Charters rei. to Oxford, c. 399, p Extra. from episcopal reg. rei. to chantries in Oxon., c. 394fol. I80, p Chapman (Joseph). Aces. of, as president of Trinity coli., , e. 2I7, p. 102; as vice-chancellor, , d. 249, p. 71. Papers rei. to, , c. 296, p. 41. Charlbury. Notes on Lee's Rest near, e. I75 fol. 67, p. 98. View of frankpledge & court baron of, , c. 4I3, p. 55 Charles I, k. of Engl. Signed warrant, 1645, rei. to navigation of rivers near Oxford, c. 326 fol. I28, p. 46. Thesis on proclamations issued by, , d. 329/I-2, p. 81. Charles II, k. of Engl. Speech made on his entering Bath, 1663, e. 202 fol. I24, p Charlton on Otmoor. Petition of cottagers of, 18th cent., b. IZI fol. 8, P 139 Chawley, Berks. Map of turnpike road in, b. 234 (R), p. IZ7. Survey & valuation of, 18th cent., c. 38I, P.136. Checkendon. Charters rei. to, c. 393, p. IZ3 Cherwell River. Drawing by A. Dashwood, a. 48 fol. 76,fol. 8I, p. 5. Royal warrant, 1645, rei. to navigation of, c. 326 fol. I28, p. 46. Cheshire. Crovm rents in, 1580, c. 404fol. 249, p Chesney family. Notes on, c. 455 fol. I, p Chesterton. Bertie family charters rei. to, MSS. Ch. Oxon , p Copyholders in manor of, 1721, c. 387 fol. I. Earl of Abingdon's rents in, 1760, e. 30I; Fines in manorial court of, 1761-']0, e.302, p Rents & tenants in manor of, 18th cent., b. I Survey & valuation of, 18th cent., c. 38I, P 136. Chieveley, Berks. Death of vicar, G. Wyld, 1837, c. 265 fol. 36, p. 36. Chillingworth (-). Lease to him of 2 houses in St. Giles's, Oxford, 1794, a. 56 (R), c, p. IZ6. Chinnor. Musgrave family, patrons & rectors of, c. 373 p. I83, p. 52. Transcrs. of par. regs. of, d. 290 fol. 50,P 76. Chipping Norton. Benefactions to ch. & town of, d. I67, p. 63. Calendar of deeds rei. to, d. 46I/I fol. 245, GENERAL INDEX 155 Chipping Norton (cont.) p. 92. Hist. & antiquities of, 11(108, d. 244, e , p. 71. Inscriptions in ch., with arms, d. I67 p. n, p. 63. Presentation of vicar, 1683, c. 326 fol. 48, p. 45. ReCords & hist. of borough, manor, & elli., , C. 47I-2, p. 56. ) Christopher (A. M. W.. Address to him, 1884, b. 42fol. 64, p. 7. Chronicles (historical). ENGLAND. Chronicle of kings and diary of events, before 1649, c. 378p. I, p OXFORDSHIRE. Chronicle of events, 1649, ro. p. 234, p. 53. Chronological tables. Table of moveable feasts, , c. 236 fol. I07, p. 31. Church. Extra. rei. to customs & rules ofthemedieval,e. 322-, p.125. Churchill. Transcrs. of par. regs., , c. 233 fols. 6o-I59, p. 30; , d. I76-8, 220, p.65. Churchill (Winston). Romanes lecture at Oxford, 1930, d. 238 fol. f)i, P 7 ' Civil War, I Billeting & troop-movements in Ducklington, during, c. 378 pp. 3011, 359, 367, 40 7, 40 9,P 53. Forges at Gloucester hall to provide swords, ~ c. ZI5. Mill at Wolvercote for grinding sword blades, , ib., p. 23. Fortifications of Oxford, 1644, b. I67, p. 16. Clanfield. Charters rei. to, c. 393, P.lz3. Notes onpar.&ch.,c , d. 27I, p. 72. Clare. Tracing of map of manor of, MSS. Maps Oxon. a. 4-ZI (R), p. 134 Clarendon, Henry Hyde, 2nd earl of. Three letters to him from William Levett, , d. 3I4fol. 119, p. 78. Clark (Andrew). Article 'Oxford in 1913 (described for outsiders), d. I53, p. 60. Compiler of lists of members of Jesus coli., , c. 1160, p. 35. Note on dedication of Lincoln coli. chapel, c. 346fol. IOII, p. 49; on Lincoln coli. bursar's aces. d , p. 68; on Oxford halls, d. 238 fol. I9, p. 69. Clattercote. Charters of, c. 398, p Colis. for priory of, c. 447 fol. 9I, p Seal of priory, 1345, C. 37I, p. 52. Claydon (Sheila). Plan of Christ Church, a. 611 (R)fol. I, p. 6.

170 Clayton (John R.),glass painter. Glass in St. Giles's ch., Oxford, , b. III fols. 3IO, 353, p. 10. Clements (John). His tenement in High Street, Oxford, 1848'/.58 (R), P 131. Clergy. List of incumbents of Oxfordshire, c , d , e..29i, p. 52; d. 460, p Miscellanea rei. to Oxfordshire, , d. 4IO/I p. 60, p Index to Clergy, , c..250 (= R. Top. 726), p. 34. Clynes (J. R.). Letter, 1918, c. 369 fol. 4I, p. 52. Cock (William). Tenements in Queen St., Oxford, sold to, 1788, b..229 (R), p Cogges. Colis. for priory of, c. 447 fol. 97, p. 133 Cokethorpe. Notes on par. & ch., c.186o-go,d.27i,p 72. Colchester, Charles Abbot, Ist baron. Latin poem, 1777, c..2i6 /01. II3, p. z5. Latin exercise in verse, c. 359, p SI. Cold Norton. Colis. for priory of, c. 447 fol. I07, p Cole (-). Latin poem by, c. zz6 fol. 57,p Z4 Cole (Benjamin). His plan of par. house in St. Mary's, Oxford, 1713, b. 245 (R), p Cole (Thomas), His colis. of 16th- & 17th-cent. escheats for Oxfordshire, c.226, p. 28. Coleridge (Samuel Taylor). Greek poem by, 179Z, c..2i6 fol. 80, p. zs Collier (Thomas). His aces. as bailiff for Swinford tolls, , d. 379, p. 138; of Bertie family for Wytham, , p. 139; of trustee of earl of Abingdon, b. I9.2-3, p. 137; for Wytham. Hinksey, & Cumnor MSS. Top. Berks. a. 5. b. I6-35, 38-39, p Fines received by him in earl of Abingdon's manor court, 1784, e. 303, p Colmore(-). Latin exercise in verse, 18th cent., c. 359, p. 51. Colvin (H. M.). His catalogue of MSS. belonging to St. John's coli. Oxford, 1956, d (=R. 7. I8 fjf R ), p. 93. Combe, Devon. Notes on ch., d. I68 fol. 47, p. 64 Combe. Notes on hist. of manor & par., c , 347-8; d. 330-I, pp. 48, 49. GENERAL INDEX Comyn (Francis). His drawings of shields of arms, 1849, d. 457 fol. I, p 92. Conybeare (J.). Letter rei. to visit to Oxford of prince of Orange, 1734, c.265fol. 30, p. 36. Conybeare (J. J.). Copy of his 'Bramae Religio', Chancellor's Prize, 1800, e. I66 fol..27, p. 97. His lectures on classical authors, d , p. 88. Cook (James). Oration on his death, d. 3I5 fot. 3I, p. 80. Poem on his death, 1780, c..2i6 fot. 3I, P 24 Cooke (Edward). Latin poem by, 1775, c..2i6 fot. 79. p. 25. Cooke (Elizabeth). Lease to her from Magdalen coli., 1837, a. 54 (R), d, P 125 Cooke (William). Lease to him froip. Magdalen coli., a. 54 (R) d, P 125 Cooper (E[dward]). Latin poem by, c. zz6 fol. 9. p. 24. Cope (Anthony). Terrier of lands of, 1575, c. 454, p. 56. Copland (sir Douglas). Sidney Ball lecture by him, 1953, c. 473fot. zz, P 57 Copleston (Edward). Three of his letters to Vulliamy, clockmaker, 18zo, d. 38I, p. 86. Copley ([Peter». Licence to remain overseas, 1581, c. 265 fot..28, p. 36. Corbet (R.). Verses by him on James I's visit to Cambridge, 1615, e. 344 fat. I37, rev. p Corbett (Tom). Verses on his death, d. I63 fat. 73 V, p. 62. Corn book. Of Corpus Christi coli., Oxford, 1601, d. 389, p. 87. Cornbury, Oxon. List of deeds of, at, d. I69 fat. I09V. p. 64. Cornwall (Ffolliott), bp. of Worcester. Letter to Thomas Randolph, 19th cent. b. I70 fol. 74, p. 18. Cornwell. Drawing of ch. by J. Wilkins a. 6I fot. 2, p. 6. Cottisford. Drawing of ch., 18zS. d. 47I fol. 2I, p. 93. Hist. of. d p.21. Notes on par. &ch. of, d. 47I fat. 2I, p. 93. Coucher (Robert). Action against him for debt to Pembroke coli. c c fot. II6, p. 46. Cowell (Edward B.). His contest for chair of Sanskrit, Oxford, 1860, e. I87, p Cowley. Colis. rei. to, 19th cent.,

171 Cowley (cont.) c. 266, p. 37. Drawing of ch. by H. N. O'Neil, a. 48 /01. 7, p. 5; of ch. by H. Hurst, 19th cent., c. 266 /al. 2, p. 37; of Temple Cowley manor, 19th cent., c. 266/01. 3r, p. 37. Notes on medieval families of, d. 4r3, p. 89. Cowthropp. See Calthorpe. Cox (Robert Albion). Settlement of debt due to him from earl of Abingdon, 1779, b. rai/ol. ri, p Coxe (H. 0.). His description of Tischendorf's visit to Oxford, 1865, e. 278, p Cranmer (Thomas), ohp. 0/ Cant. Expenses of imprisonment & execution, 1556, c. 295, p. 41. Creech (Thomas). Addresses in verse by him, 1683, d. 24r, p. 70. Crendon, Bucks. Rents and tenants of lord Abingdon in manor of, 18th cent., b. I78-83, p. 136; of earl of Abingdon in 1760, e. 30I, p Crendon, Long, Bucks. Bertie family charters rei. to, MSS. Ch. Bucks r, p Survey & valuation of, 18th cent., c. 38r, p Croke family. Decree in suit of Croke contra Whorwood, 1661, c. 405, p. 54. Papers rei. to, b. 87 /01. I, p.8. Croke (sir George). Report rei. to his debts, 1692, d. 385/01. II7, p. 87. Crooke family. Papers rei. to, b. 87 /01. r, p. 8. Crooke (Richard). Referee in Chancery case, 1655, c. 265/01. 24, p. 36. Cross (Ann). Seat in ch. of St. Giles, Oxford, 1696, b. III /01. 3, p. 9. Crosse (Ellis). Notebook of medical recipes, possibly by, 1590, e. 380, p. n6. Crosse (Matthew). His notebook, 17th cent., containing medical recipes, e. 380, p. n6. Crossley (John), bookseller. Bill sent to him for books, 1604, d. 238/01.48, p.69. Crotch (W.). Copies of landscapes by him, 1807, c. 475/01. r04. Drawings of Oxford by him (?), , c. 475, p. 57. Crowe (William). Fragment of verse by, d. I63/01. 74v, p. 62. Verses by him, 1793, c. 236/01. I5, p. 31. Crowell. Drawings of ch. plate of, c. 372/01s. I33, I49; of rectory & manor-house, 1908, ib. /ols. I39, I63, r6i. Index to regs. with hist. GENERAL INDEX 157 Crowell (cont.) notes on, 1917, e. 372, p. 52. Properties of earls of Abingdon in. pp Transcrs. of par. regs. of, d. 290/01. I58, p. 76. Crowmarsh. Colis. for St. Mary Magdalene hospital of, c. 447 /01. II4, p Croxden, Staffs. Tracing of map of lordship of, 1722, MS. Maps Staffs. a. I (R), p Cuddesdon. Index to par. reg., , d. 463, p. 93. Plans of palsce, 1945, c. 5r3-I 4 (R), p. 59. Culham. Index to par. regs. of, , C. 222, p. 28. Cumnor, Berks. Map of turnpike road, Oxford to Cumnor hill, b. 234 (R), p Notes on ch., d. I68 /01. 8, p. 64. Properties of the earls of Abingdon in, pp CUISOn family. Papers rei. to, , c. 224/01. 95, p. 28. Cutler-Boulter (Edward). On his almshouses and dispensary in Oxford, d. 285/ , p. 75. Cutteslowe. Survey of grange of, 1636, c. 334, p Cuxham. Calendar of deeds rei. to, n , d. 46rtr /01. r85, p. 92. Lists of manorial accs. &c. of, Ia , d. 46I/r /01. fl3i, p. 92. Daglingworth, Glos. Acc. of tithes paid to rector, , e. 2I7 /,01. 92, rev., p D AllJignac (-), bp. 0/ Angoul6me. Letter on behalf of French refugees. 1810, b. I70/01. 40, p. 17. Dalby (William). Ace. of visit of his daughters to Oxford, 1853, e. 290 /01. I, p. no. Dale (Harold Edward). Sidney Ban lecture by him, 1943, d. 360/01. I, p.85. Danby. Henry Danvers, IBt earl 0/. Lease, 1641, of Oxford Physic garden, c. flr8/01. r6, p. 26. Darlington (Cyril Dean). His Herbert Spencer lecture 'The Coming of Genetics', 1950, d. 403, p. 89. Darwin (sir Charles). Herbert Spencer lecture by him, 1958, d. 360/01. 27I, p. 85. Dashwood (Alice). Drawings by, a. 48/01. 76, p. 5. Dashwood (sir James). His acc. as executor of earl of Abingdon, 1759, b. I84, p. 137; as trustee of earl

172 Dashwood (sir James) (cont.) of Abingdon, 176S, d. 378, p. 13S. Title to manor of Wickham in Banbury, 19th cent., b. I75, p. IS. Davidson Oohn). Letters to him from William Schomberg, , d. 338, p. Ba. Davis (F. N.). Transcriber of par. regs., c. 372 fol. 5, p. 52. Lists of Oxfordshire incumbents, c , d , e. 29I, pp Dawson (0. R). Caricatures by, b. 92 fol. 24, p. I. Dawson (R.). Letter to him from A. T. Gilbert, principal of Brasenose coli., [S22, d. 3I4fol. 60, p. 79. Dawson (Thomas). On his charity in Oxford, d. 285fol. 344, p. 75. De Crek (Margery). Quitclaim, [31I, of land in Barford St. Michael, c. 48I fol. 253, p. 21. Deck (Norris). His papers on legendary coat annour, 1849, d. 457, p. 92. Deddington. Drawing of ch. by J. Wilkins, a. 6I fols. 3, 4, p. 6. Enclosure award & map, 1808, a. 63, p. 7. Estates of Draper family, ,c.228,p.29 Deedes (William). His private expenses while at Corpus Christi coli., , e. 256 fol. 80, p De Gomme (sir Bernard). His plan of Oxford fortifications, 1644, b. I67, p. [6. de la Mare(W). Letter, 1918, rei. to Morris memorial, c. 369 fol. 53, p 52. Delamotte (W. A.). His drawings of Oxford, 1835, e. 233 fol. 9, p. 104; a. 3I fol. 5, p. 3; of Blenheim palace, a. 48 fol. 3, p. 5. De L'Isle (Alice). Concord rei. to manors of Pishiobury, Herts., & Upper Heyford. 1339, c. 48I fol. 252, p. 21. De L'Isle (Robert). Concord rei. to manors of Pishiobury, Herts., & Upper Heyford, 1339, c. 48I fol. 252, p. 21. Quitclaim to him of land in Barford St. Michael, 131I, c. 48I fol. 253, p. 21. Denmark, George, prince of. Latin verses on his death, 1708, e. I69 p. 63, p. 97. Dennis (Samuel). Aces. of, as vicechancellor of Oxford univ., , d. 249, p. 71. Denton. Tracing of map of manor of, MSS. Maps Oxon. a. 4-2I (R), P 134 GENER.AL INDEX Dethicke (sir Gilbert). Confirmation of anns by, J549, d. I70 fol. 63, p.64. Dibclin (-). The Musical Tour of, 1788, c. 296 fol. I6, p. 41. Dicey (A. V.). Photograph of, d. 242 /01. I35, p. 70. Dickenson (Thomas). Notebook, in Latin, with tables of philosophy, 1689, c. 368, p. 51; as a student, 1690, e. 287, p Disraeli (Benjamin). Two letters from him, b. ZI7 fol. II4, p. 19. Ditchley. Copy of painting of Ditchley House, 1674, d. 3I4 fol. I29, p. 80. Receipts for wood, tithes, J688, hearth tax, 1689, c. 326 fols. II2-I5, p. 46. Dodd O. Theodore). Letter, 1907, to him rei. to date of Littlegate, Oxford, d. 238 fol. 37, p. 69. Dodgson (Charles Lutwidge). Letter from him rei. to Lady Margaret professorship, 1895, d. 278, p. 74. Dolleans (Edouard). Sidney Ball lecture by him, 1949, d. 360 fol. II8, p.85 Dorchester. An account of, from Hearne's MS., e. 263fol. 60, p Bertie family charters rei. to, MSS. Ch. Oxon ; 4I58-73, p Coils. for abbey of, c. 447 fol. II7, p Copyholders in manor of, , c. 387 fol. 4, p Drawings of details of ch., 1844, c. 470 fols. 5, 6, p. 56. Fines in manorial court of, 1761-,]0, e. 302, p Rents of earl of Abingdon in, 1760, e. 300, p. 138; tenants of lord Abingdon in manor of 18th cent., c. 38I, p Sale of Abingdon estate at, 1844, b. I2I fol. I80, p Seal of the abbey, 1534, c. 37I, p. 52. D'Oyley family. Papers rei. to, , C. 5II-I2, p. 59. Pedigree of, c. 262 fol. 70, p. 35. D'Oyley (E.). Coli. of family papers made by, , c. 5II-I2, P 59 D'Oyly (sir Thomas). Dispute with minister & churchwardens of Stanton St. John, 1748, c. 229 fol. 29, P 29 Draper family. Rental book of estates, , c. 228, p. 29. Draper (William). Order of Council of State to him as governor of Oxford, 1651, c. 326 fol. I30, P.46

173 CENEkAL INDEX Drawing. of Oxfordshire. Catalogue of, 18IZ-36, by W. Upcott, d. z80, p. 74; of prints & drawings in Bodleian library of, , c. z43-4 (= R. 6. z64-5), p. 3Z. Colis. for 'Oxonia Restaurata', I80I, c. 336, p. 48. 'Drawings of Oxfordshire', a , p. 4. Drawings of 18th-19th cent., b. I65, p. 16. Index of J. C. Buckler's drawings of buildings, , e. 342, p. IIZ. List of Buckler drawings of, 19Z9, c. 3z4, p. 44. Of buildings & places in, a , p. 4. Of chs. & buildings in, by J. C. Buckler, a , p. 7. Of chs. & monumental inscriptions, 1808, b. zzo, p. 19. Of neighbourhood of Oxford, a. ZI, b. 89-9I, p. I; a. 3I, P 3 Draycot. Deeds rei. to, d. 385, p.87. Drayton near Banbury. Ch. notes, 18th-19th cent., b. I65, p. 16. Drayton St. Leonard. Bertie family chaxters rei. to, MSS. Ch. Oxon , p Brief for men accused of machine breaking, 1831, b. 42 /01. 9I, p. 7. Survey & Valuation of, 18th cent., c. 38I, p Druce (G. C.). Transcr. oflease, 1641, of Oxford Physic gaxden, 1914, c. :li8/01. I6, p. z6. Drummond (-). Latin exercise in verse, 18th cent., c. 359, p. 5 I. Dryden (John). Poems by him, e. zoz /ols. 43, II4, p Ducklington. Billeting & troopmovements in, 1644, & diary of happenings in, before 1649, c. 378 pp. 30z, 359, 367, 40 7, 40 9, p. 53 Drawing of window tracery of ch., 1844, c. 470/01.7, p. 56. Notes on pax. & ch., 186Q-C)o, d. z7i, p. 7Z. Reg. of epitaphs in ch. & ch. yard 1886, e. ZOI, p Duff (E. G.). Editor of James Wilding's acc. book of 168z-8, d. I59, p.6i. Duncan (P. B.). Note on addition of new room for conservation of colis. in Ashmolean museum, 18z6-54. c. z65/01. 60, p. 36. Dundas (Henry). Petition to him from prisoners in Oxford jail, 1794, c. 326/01. I5, p. 45. Dunkin (John). MS. of his History of Bicester, 1816, d. 478, p. 95. Summary account of his Oxfordshire MSS., d. Z38/01. I80, p. 70. lso Duns Tew. Drawings of interior of ch. by A. Daahwood, a. 4B / p. 5; of village by A. Dashwood. a. 48 /01. 79, p. 5. Dyer (-). Letter to him from Dr. M. J. Routh, 18z5, d. z:j8 fol. 79. p.69. Dyson (Chaxles). His papers, 19th cent., d. 4Iz, p. 89. Earley, Berks. Survey of common fields of, 1669, MS. Maps Berks. a.8 (R), p Eallng, Middsx. Survey of lands at Drayton in, 1636, c. 334 fol. 54, P.136. Edgcombe (John de). Letter ofh. E. Salter, 1947, rei. to him as mayor of Oxford, d. 3I4fol. 38, p. 78. Edgcumbe (James). Volume of faculty formulae, 1733, as Junior Proctor.!. 44, p Edinger (George). As 'Dr. Emil Busch' gives lecture in Oxford, 19:12, C. Z6I, p. 35. Education (National Society for). Papers rei. to foundation, 1811, b. I70 fol. 44, p. 17. Edwards-Moss(J. C.). Trainingnotebook of Oxford University boat club, 1876, by him, e. 345, p Egerton (Peter). His aces. for lord Abingdon'S estates, 18th cent., b. I78-83, p Eglesfield (Robert). 'Oratio Eglesfeldiana', d. 3I5fol. I7, p. 80. Eldon, John Scott, earl 0/. 'Canvass book' at election of chancellor of Oxford Univ., 1809, b. z5z, p. 22. Elections. Broadsides issued in Oxfordshire paxliamentary, , d. I9z fol. 33I, p. 66. Eling, Berks. Earl of Abingdon's rents in, 1760, e. 30I, p Rents & tenants of lord Abingdon in manor of, 18th cent., b. I78-83, P.136. Eliot (Emily E.). Her journal on visit to Oxford in 1880, d. 3I4/01. IIZ, p.80. Elizabeth I, quo of Engl. Address to her at Rycote, 1576, d. 238 fol. 3z, _~p. 69. Elkerton (R.). Notes on Middleton Stoney by, 1951, d. 47I fol. 50, P 93 Ellis (W. P.). Catalogue of prints & drawings in Bodleian library, , c. z43-4 (=R. 6. z64-5), p. 33.

174 160 GENERAL INDEX Ellis (W. P.) (cant.) Chronological list of Oxford buildings, d. 232, p. 68. Index of drawings &: sketches of Oxford, a. 21, b , p. I. Transcrs. of Oxford Hustengs Court, , d I, p.68. E1sfteld. Map of, 1703, MS. Maps c. I7: 49 (88), p Emmington. Deeds rei. to, d. 385, p. 87. Transcr. of par. regs. of, d. 290 fol. I90, p. 76. Encaustic tiles. See Tiles. Enclosure awards. For Oxfordshire, 1869, c. 290 fol. 57, p. 41. Enclosure awards and Acts. Handlist of Oxfordshire, , e. 296, p. III. England. Chronicle of kings of, c. 378 p. I, p. 53. Geographical notes on, before 1649, c. 378 p. 4IO, p. 53. Lists of bishops of sees in, 16th cent.-1649, c. 378 p. 494, p. 53. Enstone. Notes of inscriptions and anns in ch. of, 19th cent., e. I74 p. 85, p. 98. Epwell. Transcr. of part of Churchwardens' aces. for, , c. 5I5fol. 50, p. 59. Escheats. Thomas Cole's colis. of 16th & 17th cent., for Oxfordshire, c. 226, p. 28. Essays, Engluh. 'On the affinity between painting and writing', c. 2I9 p. I7, p. 27. On 'Architecture', 1776, c. 2I9 p. I, p. 27; d. I63 fol. 92, p. 62. On the study of architecture, d. I68/01. 2, p. 64. 'On the study of Antiquities', 1780, c. 2I9 p. 50, p. 27. On Chivalry, 1798, d. 163 fol. 360, p. 63. On origin of geometry by J. Milles, 1773, e. 376, p On origin of the Grecian Dialect, by J. Milles, 1773, e. 377, p On influence of climate on national character and manners, 1797, d. 163 fol. 298, p. 63. On Popularity, 1793, d. 163 / , p. 62. On Refinement, 1788, d. I63 fol. I66, p. 62. 'On Sculpture', 1775, c. 219 p. 3I, p. 27. On use and abuse of satire, 1786, d. 163fol. 136, p. 62. Essays, Latin. 'An morum virtutis', 1792, d. 163/ , p. 62. 'Ars musica', by J. Milles, 1773, e. 375, p. 115; 1773, d. 163 fol. I6, p. 62. Catechisms on 'Optica', d. 163 fol. 420, p. 63. Eight pieces, 1790, d. 163/ , p. 62. On the fourth eclogue of Virgil, 1801, e. 168, p. 97. Estwick (Samuel). His accs. as TFUStee for earl of Abingdon, , b. I92-3, p Papers in a case rei. to Swinford bridge, 1794, c. 388 fol. I, p Eton, Bucks. Eton Coli. Minutebook of Oxford Etonian club, , b. 85, p. 8. Notes on the college chapel by J. E. Morris, 1953, d. 470, p. 93. Verse by Eton boys ,C.216,p.23 Evans (Daniel). Contractor for St. Giles's ch., Oxford, 1838, b. III /ols ", p. 10. Eveleigh (John). His Book in Exeter call., 16th cent., c. 455 /01. 86, P 134 Ewelme. Drawing (wrongly described as rectory), a. 48 fol. IOO, p. 5. Miscellanea rei. to honour of, 19th, cent., d. 4IO/1 pp. 8-38, p Napier's MS. of hist. of, 1858, d I, p. 95. Notes on, d. I68/0Is. 86, II6, p. 64. Notes on almshouses at, with copy of statutes of, e. 263/01. I02, p Papers rei. to poor law administration, , C. 23I, p. 30. Transcr. of Hundred Rolls for, c. 508, p. 58. Exchequer. Tellers' bills of, , rei. to Oxfordshire, b. 168, p.16. Exeter, Devon. Photographs of charters of , of the cathedral, MSS. Facs. b. 12, p Eynsham. Calendar of deeds rei. to, d. 46:[/I/ol. 246, p. 92. Calls. for abbey of, c. 448, p Index to marriages in par. regs. of, e. 173, p. 98. Notes on, by H. Minn, e. 384, p Notes & transcrs. of leases, &c. rei. to, 14th-18th cent., e. I84 /01. IO, p Seal of the abbey, 1539, c. 37I, p. 52. Faithfull (R. Colquhoun). Transcriber of par. regs. of Sarsden and Churchill, Oxon., c. 233, p. 30. Fane family. Papers and letters rei. to, , b. 2I7, p. 19. Fane (John). Latin speech on presentation for honorary degree, 1797, c. 359fol. 16, p. 35. Farington (Robert). Catechism for Church of England, 1784, c. 219 p. 270, rev., p. 27. Farnell (L. R.). Letter, 191.8, rei. to Morris memorial, c. 369 fol. 56, P 52

175 GENERAL INDEX Faulkner (Sarah). Conviction as vagabond, 1835, c. 3z6fol. I08, p. 46. Fawler. Notes on Mary Hill's grave near, e. I75fol. 67, p. 98. Feasts. Seasonal feasts in Oxfordshire, d. I99fol. I, p. 66. Whitsuntide celebrations in Oxfordshire, d. zoo, p. 67. Feilde (-). Latin exercise in verse, 18th cent., c. 359, p. 51. Fell (John), bp. of Oxf. Fell's Speech by Charles Sawkins, 1783, d. 3I4 fol. I, p. 78. Letter rei. to Monmouth's rebellion, c. 3Z 5 fol. 4I, p. 44. Letter, 1683, from him to Henry Thynne, d. 3I4fol. I09, p. 80. 'Oratio Felliana' by Dr. H. Wellesley, d. 3I5fol. 37, p. 80. Fencot. Petition of cottagers of, 18th cent., b. IZI fol. 8, p Fermor family. Papers of, early 16th cent.-1792, c. 380, p. 53. Fermor (William). Trees on his eststes in Tusmore, &c., 1809, e. z59, P l05 Ferrers (John). Estate at Great Marlow, Bucks., 17th cent., b. IZZ fol. IZ, p. 12. Fettiplace family. List of deeds of Buckinghamshire properties of, 1615, d. I69 fol. II3v, rev., p. 64. Filkins. History of, by G. Swinford, 1958, d. 475, p. 94. Notes on, c ,e.zzo,p.103. Finmere. Grant of manor to Cecily, duchess of York, 1461, c. 48I fol. ZZZ, p. 21. Firth (sir Charles). Letter from him to R. Livingstone, 1921, e. z90 fol. I9, p Fischer (T.). Drawings of buildings in Oxfordshire, a , p. 4. Fisher (Joseph). Drawings of Oxford, b. 89, p. 1. Fisher (W.). Architect of 'Oxford New Workhouse', 1865, c. z8z fol. 56, p. 39. Fisher (William). His map of site of brewery in St. Aldates, Oxford, 1818, b. Z33 (R), p Flemyng (Francis). Letter from him authorizing S. Bull to receive a fee, 1556, d. 3I 4fol. 75, p. 79. Folk-lore. Coils. on Oxfordshire, d. I90, p. 66. Forest family. Pedigree, c. 346 fol. 88, P 49. Forest Hill. Drawings of chalice & paten at, d. 3I4fol. z5, p. 78. Papers rei. to, 16th-19th cent., b. I2Z, B 8972 M 16t Forest Hill (cont.) c. z89, pp. 12, 13. Manorial court customs, 1667, c. z89 fol. IIO, p. 13; records, 1629""74, b. I7I, p. 18. Fortescue (sir Francis). Combury sold to him, 1615, d. I69 fol. I09v, p.64 Foster (Joseph). Additions to his Alumni Oxonienses, d. 390, p. 88. Foster (Mr. Justice). Certificate in case of King's Printer v. Univ. of Cambridge, 1758, c. 209 fol. z9, p.22. Frankland (senior). Latin exercise in verse, 18th cent., c. 359, p. 51. Freeling (G. N.). Photograph of caricature, c. z64fol. 5, p. 35. Freeman (E. A.). Letter to him from W. E. Gladstone, 1884, d. z38 fol. 86, p. 69. Freind (senior). Latin exercise in verse, 18th cent., c. 359, p. 51. French (John). His statement in accordance with Royal Proclamation as fellow of Merton, 1643, d. 3I4 fol. 78, p. 79. Frere (J. H.). 'An morum virtutis...' by him, 1792, d. I63 fol. 205, p.62. Frere (William). Greek poem by, 1796, c. ZI6fol. I45v, p. 26. Freud (-). Hoax lecture on 'Freud and the new psychology', 1922, C. 26I, p. 35. Fri1sham, Berks. Bertie family charters rei. to, MSS. Ch. Berks , p Earl of Abingdon's rents in, 1760, e. 30I, p Fritwell. Colis. for hist. of, c. 307, p. 42. Copy of par. reg. of, , e. z93, p. IIO. Copyoftranscr. of par. reg., , c. Z39, p. 32. Hist. of, C. 48I fol. I, p. 21. Timber trees cut on the Fermor estate in, 1809, e. z59, p Frothingham (Charles). Suit rei. to jointure, 1685, c. 289fol. I48, p. 13. Frothingham (Katherine). Marriage settlement, 1680, c. 289 fol. I42, P 13 Fulbrook. Notes on par. & ch., c ,d.27i,p.72. Fyfe (sir W. H.). Herbert Spencer lecture by him, 1951, d. 360fol. I55, p.85. Gage (Henry) 3rd Visc. His case against earl of Abingdon, , b. 206, c. 383, p. 137.

176 GENERAL INDEX Gallow Hill. Notes on, e. I75 foz. 67, p. 98. Galpin family. 'The Oxford branch of Galpins', 1952, d. 473, p. 94. Galpin (Sydney). His record of the GalpinsofOxford,1952,d.473,P 94. Games. ColIs. on sports & pastimes in Oxford & neighbourhood, 20th cent., e. 246, d. 20I-4, p. 33. Gardener (John). Lease to him from Magdalen call., 1831, a. 54 (R). e, p.126. Garsington. Ace. of tithes paid to rector, , e. 2I7 fol. 9Z, rev., p Deeds rei. to property in, 16th-17th cent., d. I70 fol. 50, p. 64. Description of ch., 1842, d. I68 fol. 90, p. 64. Drawings of, 19th & 20th cent., b. 248 fol. 7I, p. 20. Papers rei. to, up to 1824, b. IZ2 fol. 304, p. 13. Gate Burton, Lines. Bertie family charter rei. to, MS. Ch. Lines. I379, P 140. Gate, Great, St<W's. Tracing of map of lordship of 1722, MS. Maps Staffs. a. I (R), p Gatehampton. Charters rei. to, e. 393, p Gay (-). Papers rei. to the Gay Trust, St. Andrew's ch., Oxford, , c. 332, p. 47. George (William), provost of Eton. Poem by, c. 2I6 fol. 59 v, p. 24. George II, k. of Engl. Poem on 'The Prince' not going into mourning, c. Z20 p. I4, p. 27. George III, k. of Engl. Account of visit to Nuneham & Blenheim, 1786, c. 296 fol. 3, p. 41. Latin poem on, on visit to Oxford, 1786, d. I58, p.61. Transcr. of Loyal Address to, from Oxford, c. 440 fol. z65, p George IV, k. of Engl. Letter to mayor & corporation of Liverpool, 1806, c. 2I9 p. 94, p. 27. Letters rei. to visit to Oxford, 1814, d. 238 fols. II3, I78, p. 70. Gerhard(Henry). Terrae filius speech by him, 1669, e. 202 fol. I, p Gerrard (A. E.). Development of wrought ironwork in Oxford, 1937, c. 507, a. 70, p. 58. Gilbert (A. T.). Copy of letter from him as principal of Brasenose coli. to R. Dawson, 1822, d. 3I4fol. 60, P 79 Gilbert (John). Hist. & topographical notes rei. to Oxford, 19th-20thcent., d , p. 77. Gilchrist (Alexander). Letters to him from Rossetti, 1861, d. I44, p. 60. Giles (W. H.). His reports of local criminal cases in Nettlebed, , e. 368, p. 1I5. Gills (Robert F.). His aces. for earl of Abingdon's estates, 1813, b. 207, P 137 Ginsberg (Morris). Herbert Spencer lecture by him, 1958, d. 360 fol. 2I8, p.85. Gladstone (W. E.). Candidature for burgess of the University, 1865, b. I03, p. 9. Letter to E. A. Freeman, 1884, d. 238 fol. 86, p. 69. Letter rei. to reform of the University, 1854, to Archdeacon Harrison, d. 3I4fol. 64, p. 79. Glasgow. Notes on bells at, early 19th cent., c. 326 fol. 60, p. 45. Glasse (G. H.). Letter to him from Samuel Goodenough, 1806, d. 3I4 fol. 54, p. 79 Gloucester, William, 5th duke of. Latin verses on his death, 1700, e. I69 p. ZI, p. 97. Glympton. Documents rei. to manor and advowson of, 14-17th cent., d. 346, p. 83. Transcrs. of charters & court rolls rei. to, d. 255, p Godington. Notes and colis. by J. C. Blomfield, , c. 477 fols. i-ii, I-28, p. 21. Godley (A. D.). Hist. of Oxfordshire volunteers, , d. 257, p. 72. Godolphin (sir William). Letter to b. of Winchester, 1668, c. 326 fol. 9, P 44 Godstow. ColIs. for abbey of, c. 449 fol. I, p. 133; for hist. of nunnery, 18th-20th cent., & of excavations at, 1886, c. 305, p. 42. Notes & photographic record of, d. 502, p Rents & tenants of lord Abingdon in, 18th cent., b. I78-83, p Survey of part of lands of nunnery, 1636,c.334,P.136. Golder. Tracings of maps of, 1738, MSS. Maps axon. a. z(14, IS),p Goodall (Joseph). Latin poem by, 1781, c. ZI6 fol. I34, p. 25. Goodenough (E.). Letter by him on public education in England, d. I56, p. 61. Goodenough (Robert). Essay on influence of climate, 1797, d. I63 fol. 298, p. 63 Goodenough (Samuel), bp. of Carlisle. Letter from him to G. H. Glasse 1806, d. 3I 4fol. 54, p. 79

177 GENERAL INDEX Goodwin family. Colls. on, , c. 237, p. 32. Goodwin (1'.) Design for reredos in St. Giles's ch., Oxford,?I851, b. III fol. I68, p. 10. Goodwin (William). Thoughts on uncertainty of time of his death, 16 I 3, e. 380 fol. 245, p. 1I6. Gore (Hugh). Royal warrant to him, 1645, c. 326 fol. Iz8, p. 46. Goring. Anthony Libb of, 1652, c. 326 fol. I45, p. 46; estate of, at, 1650, c. 326 fol. I53, p. 47; information against, at, 1649, c. 326fol. I48, P.46. Charters rei. to, c. 393, p Colis. for priory of, c. 449 fol. 82, p Seal of priory of, 1492,C.37I, P 52. GosCord. ColI. for the hospital of, c. 449 fol. 97, p Gould (John). Aces. as steward of Broadwell manor, , e. I85, p.ioo. Graham (William). His tenement in High Street, Oxford, I 848,f. 58(R.), p Grattan (John). Essay, On sculpture, 1775, c. ZI9 p. 3I, p. 27. Gray (William), bp. of Lincoln. Copy of letters of institution from him for rectory of Tusmore, 1434, d. 3I4 fol. 77, p. 79 Grays Court. Drawings, a. 48 fol. 68, P 5 Grazeley, Berks. Rents and tenants of lord Abingdon in manor of, 18th cent., b. I78-83, p Greek language. Oration by A. B. Poynton, 1928, c. 265fol. I58, p. 37. Jottings on aphorisms, 1828, d. 238 fol. III, p. 70. Green (D.). Article on Wise's plans of garden, &c., at Blenheim, a. 50 (R.), p. 6. Green (John Richard). Extrs. on his hist. of Oxford, c , e. I96, p Green (Richard). His lease of property in St. Aldates, Oxford, 1838, a. 55 (R.), g, p Green (1'. H.). Photograph of, d. 242 fol. I35, p. 70. Greenidge (A. H. J.). Notes, perhaps on his lectures given in 1891, d. 452 fol. 6v, p. 91. Greenwood (Nathaniel). His ch. notes of Oxford and Oxfordshire, 1658, e. 286, p Material derived from his ch. notes, , e. 262, p Greenwood (Thomas). Letter from him to J. W. Whittaker, vicar of Blackburn, 1828, d. 3I4 fol. 73, P 79 Grenville, William Wyndham, Ist baron. 'Canvass book' at election of Chancellor of Oxford Univ., b. 252, p. 22. Consent for John Mitford to proceed to B.A., 1825, c. 265 fol. 52, p. 36. Dispensation from holding Public Act in Oxford, 1828, c. 265 fol. 54, p. 36. Latin poem, 1779, c. 2I6 fol. 29, p. 24; c. 2I6 fol. II5, p. 25. Letter to Thomas Randolph, 1815, b. I70 fol. 85, p. 18. Gretton (M. Sturge). Pedigree of Pittaway, a. 49'(R), p. 6. Grey (William). Description of Garsington ch., 1842, d. I68 fol. 90; of South Hinksey & Wootton chs., Berks., ib. fol. I20. Notes on Horspath eh., 1842, ib.fol. 3I; on Combe ch., Devon, ib. fol. 47; on Cumnor ch., Berks., ib. fol. 8, p. 64. Griffith (S. Y.). His lease of Angel inn, High St., 1830, a. 55 (R.), f, p.126. Gutch (John). Notes on St. Peter'sin-the-East ch., c. 265 fol. 33, p. 36. Gwynne (J.). His plan of Bocardo, 1771, d. 4z6 (R.), p. 129; of Oxford outside the East Gate, 1771, a. 58 (R.), p Hadlow, Ketlt. Deeds rei. to, d. 385, p.87. Hadow (W. H.). Notes on his lectures given in 189 I, d. 453 fols. rv, 26 v, P 91. Haines (W.). Deeds of Kelmscott, handed over by, 1895, d. 347 fol. 39, p.84. Hakewill (Henry). Drawings of Middleton Stoney parsonage, a. 48 fol. 43. p. 5 Haldane (]. B. S.)., Herbert Spencer lecture by him, 1955, d. 360fol. I83, p.85. Haley (William). Letter, 18th cent., to him rei. to Oxford portraits, d. 238 fol. 50, p. 69. Halifax, Edward Frederick Lindley Wood, Ist earl of (3rd creation). Letter from him as chancellor of Oxford Univ., 1951, c. 4IZ fol. i, P 55 Hall (-). Latin exercise in verse, 18th cent., c. 359, p. 5 I.

178 Halliday (W. R.). Description of Stanton Harcourt, 1909, d. I92 fol. 295, p. 66. Hammersley family. Muniments of, c. 404, p. 13Z. Hampden (John). Letter rei. to his date of birth, e. 293 fol. II7, p. IIO. Hampson (Nicholas) of Broadwell manor, ,e.I85,p Hampstead Norris, Berks. Rents and tenants of lord Abingdon in manor of Eling in, ISthcent.,b. I78- I83, p Hampton Gay. Calendar of deeds rei. to, II ,d. 46I/Ifol. I85,P. 9Z. Transcrs. of deeds of manor of I 54Z- 190z, c. 328/I -4, p. 47. Hampton Poyle. Calendar of deeds rei. to, II , d. 46I/I fol. I85, p. 9Z. Court rolls, 16th cent., b. 86 fo!. 9 v, p. S. Manor, 17th cent., b. 87, p. S. Handborough. Index to marriages in par. regs. of, e. I73, p. 9S. Hanwell, Middsx. Removal of Moss Bradford from, ISI7, c. 229 fo!. 30, p. Z9 Harcourt (George), 2nd earl. Description of Stanton Harcourt, I SoS, d. I92 fol. 295, p. 66. Hardwick (with Tusmore). Colis. for hist. of, ISth cent., c. 307, p. 4Z. Hist. of, d. 459, p. ZI. Timber trees cut on the Fermor estate in, 1809, e. 259, p Hardwick (in Whitchurch). Quit rent due on Purley Marlings farm, 1671, c. 326fol. I50, p. 46. Richard Lybbe, executor ofsirthos. Vachell, c. 1650, c. 326 fol. I43, p. 46. Harpsden. Bounds of par. & happenings in, 17th cent., d. 283 fols. 3, I35-6, II3, II6, I33, p. 75. Transcr. of par. regs., 155S-1836, ib. fols. 7 seqq., p. 74 Harrison (Benjamin). Letter from W. E. Gladstone to him as archdeacon, IS54, d. 3I4fol. 64, p. 79. Harrison (W.). His armorial book plate, f. 50, p Harsnett (Robert). Letter of recommendation as rector of St. Clement's, Oxford, 16S3, d. JI4fol. I09, p. So. Haseley. Calendar of deeds rei. to, II , d. 46I/I fol. I85, p 92. Haseley, Great. Perambulation of boundary of, 19th cent., b. 2IO, fol. I3, p GENERAL INDEX Hastings (Warren). Extr. of Sheridan's speech at his trial, 17SS, c. 2I9 p. 67, p. 27 Haw and Childs Court, Berks. Rents and tenants of lord Abingdon in manor of, ISth cent., b. I78-I83, P 136. Hawkins (Edward). Letter to him as provost of Oriel from J. Blanco White, IS28, d. 3I4 fol. 56, p. 79; to him, rei. to J. Bordman's debts to Oriel coli., ISIS, c. 236 fol. 2I, p. 31. Hawksmoor (Nicholas). Design for steeple of 'All Hallows Oxon.', a. 48 fol. 74, p. 5. Plan for central University & City area, a. 26 (R.), p. 2. Scheme for the Printing House & Brasenose coli., a. 24, p. 2. Hawley, Francis, Ist baron. Speech by him made at Bath on entrance of Charles II, 1663, e. Z02 fol. I24, p. lor. Hayes ([Charles]). Latin poem, 17So, c. 2I6 fo!. I37, p. 25 Hayes (Philip). Anthems by, d. 28I fol. I6z et seqq., p. 74. Hayes (William). Anthems by, d. Z8I fol. I62 et seqq., p. 74. His hist. of the Music room, Oxford, IS45-6, d. 337, p. 82. Hayoke (Thomas). Receipt by him of I 0 rei. to reading of civil lesson at Oxford, 1557, d. 3I4fol. 76, p. 79. Headington. Bill of Complaint, IS72, rei. to lands, b. II7 fol. I66, p. 12. Copies of frescoes formerly in St. Andrew's ch., e. 272, p Order to Guardians of the Poor, IS62, b. II7 fol. I63, p. I I. Headlam (A. C.). Letters to him rei. to Lady Margaret professorship, 1895, d. 278, p. 73 Heathfield Park, Sussex. Copies of landscapes at, 1807, c. 475fols. I02-5, p. 57 Heber (Reginald). Copy of his 'Carmen Seculare', Chancellor's Prize, IS01, e. I66 fols. 2, 49, p. 97; of his humorous poem 'The Whippiad', IS00, e. 232, p Newdigate Prize poem, 1803, d. 474 fol. I, p. 94. Poem 'Carmen Seculare', IS01, c. 2I6fol. 53, p. 24- Hemingford Grey, Hunts. Topographical drawings of, 179S, IS03-4, c. 475fols. 2, 38, p. 57. Henchman (William). His petition against refusal to elect as bursar of Magdalen coli., c. 229 fol. 46, P 29

179 Henley on Thames. Miscellanea about, c. 446 fol. I, p Par. description, 1801, c. 336 fol. IIO, p. 48. Plans, &C. of St. Mary the Virgin ch., a. 48 fol. 64v, p. 5. Sketch of, by J. C. Buckler, a. 32 fol. 7, p. 3 Hensington, Calendar of terriers of, , d. 46I/I fol. 243, p. 92. Heraldry. Papers by N. Deck on (a) Connexion between heraldry and ecclesiology, 1852, (b) Legendary coat armour, 1849, (c) Rebuses, 1849, d. 457, p. 92. See also Arms. Herculaneum papyri. Minutes of the Herculaneum Committee, , c. 349, p. 50. Herschel (E. D.). Drawings of Littlemore and Garsington, 19th & 20th cent., b. 248, p. 20. Hester (George P.). Steward of Tailors' Company in Oxford, 1838, e. 277, p Hethe. Colls. for hist. of, 18th cent., c. 307, p. 42. Hewett (J. W.). His coil. of printed pamphlets and letters to W. D. Macray, 19th cent., f. 40, p. li8. Hewitt (Richard). Letter of, 1825, c. 3I4fol. 33, p. 43 Heyford, Lower. Drawing, a. 48 fol. 90, p. 5. Notebook of the rectors of, , and two lists of inhabitants, I742-'71,J. 50, p. li9 Heyford, Upper. Concord rel. to manor, 1339, c. 48I fol Grant of land to Margery Avener, 1475, ib. fol. 25I; of corn from manor, II , ib. fol. 250, p. 21. Heythrop. Survey of the estate of 14th earl of Shrewsbury at, 1759, d. 39I, p. 88. Hickman (Willoughby). Certificate of residence at Christ Church, OXford, 1706, c. 326 fo1. I27, p. 46. High (mrs. Henry). Her visiting card, b. IZ5 fol. I66, p. 14. Highfield (Edmund). Abstr. of his will, 1654, d. 3I4fol. 94 (iii), p. 79 Hill (F. H.). Caricatures of Oxford men by, a. 33, p. 3. Hill (Mary). Notes on her grave near Fawler, Oxon., e. I75fol. 67, p. 98. Hill (Thomas). Latin verse by him, e. I69 p. 285, p. 97. HiD End, Berks. Survey & valuation of, 18th cent., c. 38I, p Hind (-). Latin exercise in verse, 18th cent., c. 359, p. 51. GENERAL INDEX 165 Hinksey, Berks. Aces. of Bertie family estates in, , MSS. Top. Berks. a. 5, b. I6-35, b , p. 139 Rent bk. of, 1767-'77, d. 25, p Survey & valuation of manor of, early 18th cent., c.38i, P.136. Hinksey, North, Berks. Survey of, 19th cent., e. 2I, p Hinksey, South, Berks. Bertie family charters rei. to, MSS. Ch. Berks , p Description of ch., d. I68 fol. IZO, p. 64. Hitchcock (Richard). Covenant rei. to Forest Hill, 1683, b. IZ2 fol. I06, p.12. Hoadly (Benjamin). Letter as Visitor of Corpus Christi coll., Oxford, 1755, c. 229fol. 5I, p. 29. Hobbs (C.). Deeds of Kelmscott, handed over to him, 1895, d. 347 fol. 39, p. 84. Hodgkins (David). Score books of Magdalen Cricket club kept by him, , e. I77-8, p. 99. Holdsworth (Edward). Latin verse by him, e. I69 p. 265, p. 97. Holland (T.). Latin verses by, 18th cent., e. 309, p Holliday (Moses). Oxford Univ. police officer, , e. 254, p. 16. Holloway (William). Papers rel. to charitable trusts in Bampton, I8th- 19th cent., c. 333 fol. II6v, p. 47. Holmes (C.). Hist. of Chipping Norton, 1908, d. 244, e , p. 71. Holton. Drawing of Holton House, 1805, d. 3I4fol. III, p. 80. Notes on ch. & par., d. 398 fol. 54, p. 89. Hook Norton. Nomination of curate of, 1767, c. 229 c, p. 29. Papers concerning enclosure, , c. 229 fol. 52, p. 29 Hopcraft & Son. Accs. of, as timber merchants, 1809, e. 259, p Hope (F. W.). Thanks to him for gift to the Univ. of Oxford, 1862 b. I03, p. 9. Horne (Robert), bp. of Winchester. Visitations of New coil., 1561-'76, c. 354, p. 50. Hornsby (Thomas). His 'Catalogue of the Philosophical Apparatus', 1790, c. 236 fol. 5, p. 31. Horses. Entered to run on Seven Downs, Burford, 1753, c. 290 fol. 8, p. 40. Horspath. Notes on the ch., d. I68 fol. 3I, p. 64. Transcrs. of par. regs. of, d p. 8"

180 166 GENERAL INDEX Horton. Earl of Abingdon's rents in, 1760, e. 300, p. 138; and tenants in manor of, 18th cent., b. z78-83, p Fines in manorial court of, 1761-'70, e. 302, p Petition of inhabitants against enclosure, 1576, b. zr8, p. 12. Survey & valuation of, 18th cent., 1:. 38r, p Houlton (Mirabella). Drawing of monument in Witney ch., 1750, c. 265 fol. 38, p. 36. How (W. W.). Notes on his lectures given in 1891, d. 452 fol. 74 V, rev., P 91 Howard (M[iddleton]). Poem, 1768, c. 2r6 fol. Z9, p. 24. Howell (John). Tenant of land in Wolvercote, b. 235 (R), p Howlett (Bartholomew). Drawings of monastic seals, c. 37I, p. 52. Howlett (J.). Latin verse by him, e. z69 p. 299, p. 97. Hoyle (Ann). Sums received by her under orders of Parliamentary Visitors, 1654, c. 2r4, p. 23. Hudson (Frederick). Copy of his notes on 'Bicester in 1870', d. 47Z fol. r34, p. 93. Hughes (Henry). His hist. of the Oxford Blue Coat school, , e. 37z, p. I15. Letters rei. to documents missing from Oxford City archives, d. z6z fols. 4, 42, 48, p Hughes (W. Hughes). His aces. at Oxford general election, 1826, c. 327, P 47 Hume (John). Appointment as bp. of Salisbury c. 229 fol. 25. P 29 Humfrey, duke Of Gloucester. Transcr. of letter to Alphonso V of Aragon. 1445, c. 265fol. 56, p. 36. Hunt (James). Tenement of, in Broad Street. Oxford. 1835, a. 54 (R). i. p.126. Hunt mohn Higgs]). Latin poem c. 2z6 fol. 84, p. 25. Hunt (Thomas), orientalist. Letter. 1738, from him rei. to Aethiopic alphabet. d. 238 fol. 85. p. 69. Hunt (Thomas). stockbroker. Two letters from him d. 385 fol. r66. p. 87. Huntingdon, Henry Hastings, 22nd earl of. Letter to mayor of Oxford. 1627, c. 265fol. 26, p. 36. Hurst, Wilts. Bertie family charters rei. to, MSS. Ch. Wilts. 332,357. P 14 Hurst (Cyril William). Copy of transcr. of Fritwell par. reg., , c. 239, p. 32. Notes on Bodicote , b. r24. p. 13. Transcr. of churchwardens' accs. of Bodicote, c. 306, p 42. Hurst (Herbert). Commentary by him on frescoes in St. Andrews ch. Headington, e p Drawings of Cowley ch., 19th cent., c. 266 fol. 2, p. 37. Letters to F. Madan rei. to Nicholas Bishop, 19 4-'7, e. r64, p. 96. Notes on excavations at Godstow c. 305 fol. rq, p. 42. 'Oxford within the walls', 19th cent., d. 275, p. 73. His copy of par. reg. of Fritwell, e. 293, p. I10. Sketches of old Oxford, c. 3Z2- Z3, p. 43. Hutchin (Hugh). Certificate signed by him at Christ Church. Oxford, c. 326 fol. z27, p. 46. Hyde (Thomas). Copy of his letter, as Bodley's librarian. 1675, to Sir Joseph Williamson, f. 48 p. I19. Ibstone. Calendar of deeds rei. to , d. 46z/z fol. r85, p. 9:1. Ickford, Bucks. Aces. of estates of earl of Abingdon in , b. 206, c. 383, P.137;in 1814.c.384. P.138. Ickham, Kent. Letter of J. Bordman. 181:1, to provost of Oriel, c. 236 fol. 2Z, p. 31. Idbury. Marriage bonds rei. to persons in, , c. 39I, p. 54. lfhey. Notes on medieval families of, d. 4z3, p. 89. Schoollogbook , d. 456, p. 9:1. Image (Selwyn). Letter, rei. to Morris memorial. c. 369 fol. 48, P 52 Impey ([E. B.D. Latin poem, c. 2z6 fol. r7. p. :/4. Indulgence. Transcr. of fragment of printed, d. 238 fol. 4. p. 69. Inge (C. C.). Letter rei. to burial of Richard Rawlinson, 1921, d. 238 foi. z7. p. 69. Inglis (sir Robert, M.P.) Subscription list to Testimonial to, d. 30r, p.". Ipsden. Allnutt family of. c. 232, f. 38, p. 30. Early hist. of, by E. A. Reade, 19th cent. d p. 83. Ipswich, Suffolk. d p. 87. Deeds rei. to.

181 GENERAL INDEX Jackman (-). Valuation of his stock at Three Goats inn, Oxford, 1834, e. I80, p. 99. Jackson (._). Latin exercise in verse, 18th cent., c. 359, p. 51. Jackson (Cyril). Latin verses by, 1809 b. I70 foi. 39, p. 17. Letters from, , b. I70foi. 66, p. 18. Poem 'Thamesis', c. fu6 fol. 94, p. 25. Verses by, 1793, c. 236 foi. I6, p. 31. Jackson (Thomas). Petition for protection against him, 18th cent., b. IIlI foi. 8, p Jackson (sir Thomas Graham). Plans, &c., of Exsminationschools, Oxford, a. I9, p. I. Sketches of pinnacles of St. Mary the Virgin ch., Oxford, a. 34 (R), p. 4. Jackson (W[illiam]). Latin poem, 1770, c.!li6 foi. 23, p. 24. Jackson (William), bp. of Oxf. Letter to Thomas Randolph, 19th cent., b. I70 foi. 82, p. 18. Jacobitism. Letter from Peregrine Palmer describing speech on, 1754, c. 209 foi. 25, p. 22. James n, k. of Engi. Visit to Oxford as duke of York, 1683, d. 24I, p. 70. James (John). Chancellor's Latin prize poem by, 1782, c. 265fol. I88, p. 37. Poem, 1782, c.!li6 foi. 35, p. 24. James (Robert). Lease to him from Magdalen coli., 1841, a. 54 (R) a, P 125 James (William). On his charity in Oxford, d. 285 foi. 493, p. 75 Jenkins (Claude). Markbook of, , c. 5I 9, p. 59 Jenkins (sir Leoline). Letter from him, 1681, to lord Norreys, d. 3I4 fol. 4I, p. 78. Johnson (E. J. F.). Transcriber of Churchill and Sarsden par. regs., 1918, d. I76-8, 220, p. 65. Johnson (Henry Allen). His Newdigate Prize poem, 1806, d. 474foi. n, p. 94. English verse on travels of discovery of Africa, 1806, d. I63foi. 40I, p. 63. Johnston (dr. Nathaniel). His papers, c. 378, p. 53. Jones (Lewis). His 'Miscellaneous works', 1718, e. I67 foi. 24, p. 97. Joseph (H. W. B.). His diary, , , e , p. 1I0. Jowett (Benjamin). Dispute about his emoluments, 1861, d. I60, p. 61. Joy (William). Letters, , to him rei. to Oxford city charters, d. 27i1 p. 54I, p. 13. Joynes (Henry). His accs. rei. to Blenheim palace, 1708, c. 230, p. 30. Hawksmoor's plans prepared by, a. 24fois. 43, 44, 46, p. 2. Justices of the Peace of Oxfordshire. Acting magistrates, 1873, c. 290 foi. 33, p. 40. Copies of legal forms issued by, 1782-'7, e. 2I8. Surveyor's acc. rei. to expenses, , ib. foi. 26" Tev., p Keate (John). Latin poems, 1793, c. 2I6 fol. 77", p. 90; 1794, ib. foi. I40"; 1795, ib.foi. 87. Greekpoem, 1793, ib fol. I43, p. 25. Kelmscott. Corresp. rei. to repairs to Kelmscott House, , d. 347, p.83. Papers rei. to Morris memorial at, , c. 369, p. 52. Kempster (Christopher). Notes on, d. 398, p. 88. Kent (John). Letter, 1659, rei. to soldiers in Oxford, c. 265 foi. 32, P 36. Kenyon (sir Frederick George). His notebook as member of Bodleian Library Commission, 1930, e. 350, p. II3 Kew, Surrey. The King's Observatory, c. 258 fol. 23, p. 34. Key (Josiah). Grant of arms & crest. 1688, b. I76 (R), p. 18. Kiddington. Drawings of details in ch., 1844, c. 470 fol. 8, p. 56. Lands of recusants in, 1700, d. 35I foi. IO, p.84. Notes on Watts Well in, e. I75 fol. 67, p. 98. Kidlington. Charters rei. to, c. 393, p Deeds rei. to property in, , d. I70fol. 9, p. 64. Hist. of thirty-nine years in, , c. SIS fol. 86, p. 59. Notebook of baptisms and burials, ,f. 37, p. II7 King (Charles Wesley). His record as letter-carrier of Somerton, , e. 260, p King (Henry). Two poems by him. mid.-17th cent., e. 380 fols. I75". I79-8o, p. II6. King (James). His aces. for earl of Abingdon's rents, 18th cent., a , b. I97-205, p Fines received by him in earl of Abingdon's manor court, 1787, e. 303, p King (James). Plans of Oxford buildings by, 1848, a. IlIl/I-I6 (R), a. 23/ I-I3 (R), p. 2.

182 168 GENERAL INDEX King (William). Lease to him from Magdalen coli., 1854, a. 54 (R) c, P 125 Kingham. Aces. of New coil. estate in, , e. I86, p Charters rei. to, c. 393, p Marriage bonds rei. to persons in, , c. 39I, p. 54. Tracing of map of, MSS. Maps axon. a. 4-2I (R), P I34 Kingston Blount. Archaeological finds at, d. 4IO/2 fol. 43, p Kirk (Charles). Contractor for Martyrs' Memorial, Oxford, 1840, b. II2 fol. 7, p. 10. Kirtlington. Drawings, 19th cent., by Miss A. Dashwood, of village, a. 48 fot. 82; Of manor-house, ib. fol. 85; Of Long Plantation, ib. fol. 86; Of Tulip tree; ib. fol. 87; Of Park, ib. fol. 89; Of blacksmith's house, ib. fol. 93; Copies of drawings of rooms in Park, ib. fol. I03, p. 5. Notes & colis. by J. C. Blomfield, , c. 478, p. 21. Knowle, Warw. Removal of woman from Oxford to, 1694, c. 229fol. 97, P 29 Kynaston (John). Letters to D. Prince, bookseller, 1783,b. 42fol. 67, P 7 Lacy (sir Rowland). Survey of manor of Shipton-under-Wychwood belonging to, 1617, d. I69, p. 64. Laird (John). Herbert Spencer lecture by him, 1944, d. 360 fol. 60, p. 85. Lake (Arthur). Medical patient of an Oxford apothecary, e. 380 fol. I44, p. II6. Lambard (Thomas). Letters to him from John Randolph 18th-19th cent., d , p. 84- Lamborn (E. A. Greening). Index of his annotated books in Bodleian library, 1958, d. 477 (= R ) p. 94; Letter to him from H. E. Salter, 1947, rei. to Edgcombe, mayor of Oxford, d. 3I4 fol. 38, P.78. Lancaster. Deeds rei. to, d. 385, p. 87. Lancaster (Ambrose). Letter of, while vicar of Watlington ( ), d. 3I4fol. 35, p. 78. Langbaine (Gerard). Extrs. from his 'Foundation of the University of Oxford', 1710, e. 365, p Langford. Charters rei. to, c. 393, p. 123 Langford (Emmanuel). Music speech by him, 1683, e. 280 fol. 676, rev., P 107 Langford (W.). Colis. on hist. of Witney, 19th cent., d. 209-I8, p. 67. Notes on parishes and churches near Witney, d. 27I, p. 72. Langley. Survey of manor of, 1610, d. I69,jol. iv, p. 64- Langston (James Haughton). Letter from him, as M.P. Oxford, rei. to Commission of Magistrates, 1836, d. 3I 4fol. 69, p. 79. Lashbrooke. Accs. & letters rei. to, , c. 335 fol. 2, p. 48. Latchford. Calendar of deeds rei. to, II , d. 46I/I fol. I85, p. 92. Latimer (Hugh), bp. of Worcester. Expenses of imprisonment & execution, 1555, c. 295, p. 41. Laud (William), abp. of Cant. Letter to Dr. Pinke, 1633, c. 326 fot. I25, P Three epitaphs on him, c. 289 fol. 66, p. 13. Transcr. of his injunctions rei. to Merton coli., 1700, e. 2I6 fol. IS, p Launton. Documents rei. to, c. 48I fol. 34, p. 21. Laurence (Thomas). Music Act speeches by, 1669, e. 344 fot. I49, rev. ii, p. I 13. Lavington, Wilts. Bertie family charter rei. to, MS. Ch. Wilts. 333, P 140 Lavington, West, Wilts. Bertie family charter rei. to, MS. Ch. Wilts. 366, p Law, civil, English. Copies of legal forms issued by lieutenants & magistrates, , e. 2I8, p. 102; Abstract of a general pardon, 1626, d. I64, p. 63; Jury service in Oxfordshire, 1866, c. 290 fol. 38, p. 41. Misc. legal papers rei. to Oxfordshire, , c. 224, p. 28. Lawerne (John). Extracts from his notebooks, , c. 455 fot. 48, P 134 Lawrence (Thomas). Music speeches by him, 1669, e. 202 fot. IS, p Leach (L. N.). History of Bucknell, by, 1933, c. 5I5 fol. I, p. 59. Lee (Richard). Copy of his Visitation of Oxfordshire, 1574, c. 262, p. 35. Lee (Richard). His survey of.and in St. Giles's, Oxford, 1790, e. 285, p. 109 Leek, Staffs. List of Court Rolls of, 1302-Edw. VI, c. 404 fol Rental of, 1585, ib., p. 132.

183 GENERAL INDEX Lincoln, diocese of (cont.) domini Archiepiscopi Cant.' o, c. 455fol. 42, p Lincolnshire. Bertie family charter rei. to, MS. Ch. Lines. I379, p Lee's Rest. Notes on, e. I75fol. 67, P 98. Legg (William). Payments to, as Master of King's Armoury, , c. 2I5, p. 23. Legge (-). Latin exercise in verse, Lipscomb ([Christopher]). 18th cent., c. 359, p. 51. Legh (mrs.), 'Delineation of Mrs. Legh's character', e. 2I9 p. 96, p. 27. Leigh, North. Colis., written about 1675, rel. to, f. 36, p Deeds rel. to property in, 16th-17th. cent., d. I70 fols. 48, 65, p. 64. Drawings of ch. & village, 1844, c. 470 fot. I2; of Hill Farm, 1844, ib. fol. II; of mouldings in chantry of ch., 1844, ib.fol. 9, p. 56. Notes & transcrs. of leases, &c., rei. to, 14th-18th cent., e. I84fol. 4I, p Lench family. Pedigree of, 17th cent., c. 262 fol. 60v, p. 35. Lens ([John]). Latin poem, c. 2I6 e. 379 fols. 4-5", p fol. 57v, p. 24. Littleton Pannell, Wilts. Leudesdorf (C.). Letter from him, 1888, rei. to Proctors' black book, d. 253 fol. i, p. 72. Leveson-Gower (George Granville), marquis of Stafford. Letter to Thos. Randolph, n.d., b. I70fol. 62, p. 17. Poetical epistle to, 1790, d. I63 fol. 72v, p. 72. Levett (William). Three letters from him to 2nd earl of Clarendon, , d. 3I4fol. 29, p. 78. Lewis (-). Latin exercise in verse, 18th cent., c. 359, p. 51. Lewlmor. Tenants by military service in, d. 4IO/2 fol. 39, p Transcrs. of par. regs. of, d. 290 fat. I, p. 76. Leyson (Morgan). Transcrs. made for him by the calligrapher William Parry, 1749, e. 309, p Libb. See Lybbe. Liddell (H. G.). Caricature, 1890, c. 264, p. 35. Lilie (Edmund). Sermon preached in Oxford by him, 1596, f. 53 fol. 8, p.120. Lincoln city. Notes on hist. of, 19th cent., d. 2I5fol. 3I, p. 67. Lincoln, diocese of. Acts by the bishop of, rei. to Oxford Univ., d. 300 fol. 63, p. 77; Court book, , of dean & chapter rei. to their peculiars, c. 394fol. 34, p Extrs. from episcopal regs. of institutions in Oxford archdeaconry, , c. 245, p. 33; from Lincoln muniments D. ii 'Articuli Poem, 1802, c. 2I6fol. I27, p. 25. Lipscomb (W[illiam]). Poem, 1772, e. 2I6 fol. 2I, p. 24; c. 2I9 p. 27, p. 27; d. I63fol. 2, p. 62. Little (A. G.). His working copy of The Grey Friars in Oxford, d. 370, p.86. Littlemore. Charters of, c. 398, p Colis. for priory of, c. 449 fol. 99, p Notes on medieval families of, d. 4I3, p. 89. Notes on, 19th & 20th cent., b. 248, C. 452, d. 4I 4, 443-4, e. 363, 343, 362, f 55, p. 20. Littleton (E.). Verse by, 18th cent., Bertie family charters rei. to, MSS. Ch. Wilts. 330, 358-f>o, p Liverpool. Deeds rel. to, d.385,p. 87. Prince of Wales's letter to mayor, 1806, c. 2I9 p. 94, p. 27. Livingstone (sir Richard). Letter to him from C. Firth, 1921, e. 290 fol. I9, p Lloyd (C. E.). Oxford sketches by, , c. 406, p. 54. Lloyd (Charles), bp. of Oxf. Letter from him rei. to disciplinary action against a member of Christ Church, 1825, d. 3I 4fol. 7I, p. 79. Loe (Lowe) family. Notes on, d. 284 fol. 345, p. 75 Lollards. Extracts from episcopal regs. rei. to, c. 394 fol. I80, p Lord Lieutenant of Oxfordsbire. Copies of legal forms issued by, 1782-'7, e. 2I8, p Papers of, Z,c.325,p 44. Low (W). Letter, 1837, c. 265fol. 36, P 36. ".' Lowth (Robert), bp. of Lond. His tk Sacra poesi Hebraeorum, e. I72 fols. 67 seqq., p. 98. On his death, 1787, e. 2I9 p. 72, p. 27. Lowth (Thomas Henry). Latin poem, 1773, c. 2I6 fol. 25, p. 24. Essay 'On architecture', 1776, c. 2I9 p. I, p. Z7; d. I63fol. 92, p. 6z. Lucas Gohn), Ilt baton. His speech in house of peers, 1670, e. 202 fol. 87, p.ioi. Lybbe (Libb) (Anthony). Discharge from sequestration, 165z, c

184 GENERAL INDEX Lybbe (Anthony) (cont.) I45. Information against him, 1649, ib.fol.i48. Quitrent due from, 1671, ib. fol. I50, p. 46. Sequestration of his estate, 1650, ib. fol. I53, p. 47. Lybbe (Richard). Executor of sir Thos. Vachell, 1650, c. 326 fol. I43. Declaration of, 1646, ib. fol. I 5I, P.46. Lyne (-). Latin poem, c. 2I6fol. 55v, P 24 Macan (R. W.). Letters from him rei. to Oxford Anglo-German Society, 1914, d. 239 fol. i, p. 70. Macclesfield, George Parker, 7th earl of. Latin speech on presentation for honorary degree, 1797, c. 259 fol. I6, p. 35. Macclesfield, George Parker, roth earl of. Munimentsof,c.404.P.132. Machine breaking. Brief for men of Drayton & Stadhampton, IS31, b. 42 fol. 9I, p. 7 Mackenzie (Frederick). Drawings of Bloxham ch., a. 48 fol. I, p. 5; of Oxford, 1835, e. 233 fol. 29, p Sketches by, c. 1800, a. 32 fols. I-5, p. 3; of Oxford buildings by, , c. 409, p. 54. Mackenzie (W. J. M.). Sidney Ball lecture by him, 1957, c. 473 fol. 43, P 57 Mackinnon (Alan H.). Address rei. to future of Oxford Univ. Dramatic club, IS82, d. 3I4 fol. 66, p. 79. Maclagan (Michael). Note on Nowers tomb in Oxford cathedral, c. 326 fol. I2I, p. 46. On the arms of bishop Nicholas Ridley, 1950, d. 3I4 fol. 44, p. 79 Maclaine (William Osborne). His letters while undergraduate of Wadham coli., IS37-40, d. 482, P 95 Macray (Malcolm Charles). Compiled reg. of epitaphs in Ducklington ch., 1886, e. 20I, p Macray (W. D.). Letters of J. W. Hewett to him,!. 40fol. I37, p Madan (F.). Letters from H. Hurst rei. to Nicholas Bishop, , e. I64, p. 96; to him rei. to docs. missing from Oxford City archives d. I6I fols. 4, 42, 48, p. 61; from him rei. to proposed publication, Talebearers, 1929, d. 3I4 fol. I46, p. 80. List of 'Oxford students before 1500', d. 240, p. 70. Magistrates. Acting, in Oxfordshire, 1873, c. 290 fol. 33, p. 40. Maidensgrove (Minigrove). Court baron of, 1759, 1763, d. 238 fol. 52, p. 69. Manor court of, , c. 265 fol. I52, p. 37. Malchair (Jean-Baptiste). Drawings of Oxford, , b. 93. p. I; , b. 222, p. 20; by his pupil (1), 1803-S, c. 475, p. 57 Maltby ([Edward]). Latin poem, 1790, c. 2I6 fol. I3I, p. 25. Manchester. Deeds rei. to, d. 385, p.87 Manners-Sutton (Charles), abp. of Cant. Note to John Randolph, 19th cent., b. I70fol. 3I, p. 17. Letter to Thomas Randolph, 19th cent., b. I70 f01. 7I, p. 18. Manning (Percy). Colis. on sports & pastimes, 20th cent., c. 246, d. 20I- 4, p. 33. 'MS. materials for Topography of Oxfordshire in library of Society of Antiquaries, London' by, e. I75 fol. 258, p. 99. Notes on sources for Oxfordshire topography, e.i75, p. 98. Plans, maps, & sketches of Oxford, by, a. 24, p. 2. Summary of Oxfordshire legal papers, IS ,c.224,P.2S. Mant (Richard), bp. of Down. Poems by, ISth cent., c. 296 fols. 2I, 27, {$ 29, p. 41. Map. Part of, 'Of all the battles fought in England', a. 20 fol. 9, p. I. Map of Oxford. Of the boundaries of, ISSI, d. 309, p. 78. Map of Oxfordshire. Speed's map of, 1605, C. 262 fol. viii, p. 35. Mapledurham. List of papers in library at, 1923,d.4I5,P.S9. Par.description. ISOl, c. 336 f01. I65, p. 4S. Marden, Wilts. Bertie family charters rei. to, MSS. Ch. Wilts., 328-9, , p. 140 Marlborough, Sarah Churchill, duchess of. Endorsement of note rei. to marble used at Blenheim, 1723, d. 238 f01. 89, p. 69. Letters to T. Bobart, 1709, c. 2I8 fol. 37, p. 26. Marlow, Great, Bucks. Estate of John Ferrers, 17th cent., b. I22 fol. I2, p. 12. Marlow (Michael). Minute book of an Oxford book club, , kept by him, e. 36I, p. I13. Marriott (John). 'Composed under the shadow of Joe Pullen, a tree on Headington Hill', sonnet by him, x806, e. 364fol. I20, p. I14.

185 GENERAL INDEX I~ Manton. Decree for enclosure of Milton, Great. Bill of complaint of manor, 1662, b. rzo, p. 12, c. 405, John Cave of, 1662, d. 3I41ol. 94 p. 54. Drawing of ch., village cross, & cottages, a I, p. 5. Map (vi), p. 80. Lands of recusants in, 1700, d. 35I, p. 84. of the Linch in, b. 235 (R), p Milton (John). Witness to a will, Manton, Lines. Bertie family char- 1646, c , p. 13. ter rel. to, MS. Ch. Lines. I379, Mines. Tracings of 17th cent. maps p Mary of Modena. Visit to Oxford as of Staffordshire, MS. Maps Staffs. b. I, p duchess of York, 1683, d. 24I, p. 70. Minn (H.). Copy of plan of Cassing- Matthew (sir Tobie). Medical patient ton, a. 4I (R), p. 4. 'Going the perhaps of an Oxford apothecary, 1596, e , p. II6. Franchise' of Oxford, d. 309, p. 78. List of engravings, &C. of Oxford Matthews (W. and I.). Engravings compiled by, 1931, e. 258, p of Oxford characters, early 19th Notes for hist. of Cassington, 1933, cent., c. 2II-I2, p. 23. d. 5I2-I3, p Notes on Eyn- Mazarin (Jules), card. Latin epitaph sham, e. 384, p Notes on of, e. I69 p. 7I, p. 97. Medicine. Cholera epidemic at Ox- Yarnton, e. 384, p Transcrs. by him of Cassington par. reg., ford, , c. 268-'12, 297, 303, , e. 276, p d. 245, e. 206-IO, 2I2, p. 37; 1832, Minster Lovell. ColIs. for priory of, I. 4I-42, p. li8. Recipes, possibly c I07, p Deeds rei. to of Ellis Crosse, apothecary of Ox- property in, 16th-17th cent., d. I70 ford, c. 159O-C. 1613, e. 380, p Tercentenary of Royal coll. of, , p. 64. Miracles. Paper on, by Charles letter rei. to, 1928, c I83, Dyson, d. 4I2101. I4, p. 89. p. 37. Mitford (John). Consent to his pro- Merton. Notes & colls. by J. C. ceeding to degree of B.A., 1825, Blomfield, , b. 249, c , 48I, 5I8, d , p. 2I. c , p. 36. Moffatt (William). His accs. of Berks. Meyrick (sir Samuel Rush). His 'Oxonia Restaurata', 1801, c. 336, & Oxon. estates of earl of Abingdon, 1814, c. 384, p p. 48. Moffatt (William Bonython). Letter, Michell (Uohn Henry]). Latin poem, 1840, concern. Martyrs' Memorial, 1780, c. zz6101. I33, p. 25. Oxford, b. H , p. 10. Micklem (Edward). Lease to him, Monasteries. Summary of references 1861, of Nag's Head inn, Oxford, a. 54 (R) i, p other than institutions in Lincoln regs. MS. Top. eccles. c. IO , Middleton Stoney. Birth of double- p bodied child at, 1552, d. 243, p. 70. Mongewell. Descent of Thomas Drawing of old house at the Park, Saunders, 1659, b. 2I9 (R), p. 19. a. 4B , p. 5; of chapel, a. 48 Land sold to Shute Barrington, I, p. 5. Notes on, by R. Elker- bp. of Durham, 1805, c. 2z ton, 1951, d. 47Ilol. 50, p. 93. Plans 92, p. 29 of Middleton Park House, a Monk Sherborne, Hants. Part of 50, p. 5; of parsonage, a , p. 5. indenture mentioning, c. 357, p. 51. MODSOn (James). His notebook as Milcombe. Josiah Key of, 1688, a Cambridge student, 17th cent., b. I76 (R), p. 18. Mildmay (Francis). Royal warrant e. 344, p Montague (-). Latin poem, c. 2I6 to him, 1645, c rz8, p. 46. Military history. Campaigns of 52nd , p. 24. Monumental Brasses. See Brasses, Oxfordshire Light Infantry, monumental. 1822, d. 2Z4, p. 67. Hist. of Oxford- Monumental Inscriptions. Greenshire volunteers, , d. 257, wood's notes on, in Oxford, 1658, e. 72. See also Army. e. 286, p List of, in Oxford- Miller (James). Agreement rei. to his shire, e. I I, p. 98. Notes on, comedy, 1729, c I8I, p. 37. in 16 Oxfordshire chs., e. I74, p. 98, Milles (Jer.). Prize essay, 1773, d. I63 Reg. of epitaphs in Ducklington 101. I6, p. 62; e. 375, p. II5. ch., 1886, e. ZOI, p. 101.

186 GENERAL INDEX Moore (Abr[aham]). Latin poem, Naish (Francis). Papers rei. to the 1786, c. 2I6 fol. I35v ; 1787, ib. Burford Script, 1915, c. 3II, p. 43. fol. I29, p. 25. Napier (H. A.). MS. of his history of Moore (Charles). Latin speech on Swyncombe and Ewelme, Oxon., presentation for honorary degree, 1858, d I, p , c. 259 fol. IO, p. 34. Napleton (John). Probationer-fellow, Moore (James). Letter from him rei. Corpus Christi coli., Oxford, 1715, to marble used at Blenheim, 1723, c. 265 fol. I93, p. 37. d. 238 fol. 89, p. 69. Nares (Edward). Lectures by him as Moreton (Henry Haughton), lord. Regius Professor, , d , Transcrs. of par. regs. of Sarsden & pp Churchill, c. 233, p. 30. Nattes ([John Claude]). Drawings of Moreton, South, Berks. Bertie family Oxford, 1804, b. 93 fot. 39, p. I. charter rei. to, MS. Ch. Berks. 882, Neithrop. Terrier of, 1575, c. 454, p p. 56. Morley (George), bp. of Winchester. Nethercot. Charters rei. to, c. 393, Letter to him rei. to fellowship at p Magdalen coll., 1668, c. 326 fol. 9, Nettlebed. Reports of local criminal p. 44. cases, , e. 368, p Morpeth (George Howard), viscount Nettleship (R. L.). Notes on his Howard of. Poem 'Ganges', 1791, lectures given in 1891, d. 45I, c. 2I6 fol. 97, p. 25. P.91. Morris (May). Letters, , to New Windsor, Berks. Notes on bells her, rei. to Morris memorial, c. 369, at, early 19th cent., c. 326 fat. 60, p 52. Morris (William). Letter from him P 45 Newcastle upon Tyne. Benefaction to Philip Webb rei. to Kehnscott to the p;)or of St. Nicholas's par., House, 1895, d. 347 fol. 2, p , c. 289foL. 2I6, p. 13. Papers rei. to memorial at Kelms- Newdigate (sir Robert). Letter of, cott, , c. 369, p , d. 3I4foL. 27, p. 78. Morris (W. R.). Receipt from Morris New England. Deeds rei. to, d. 385, (afterwards vise. Nuffield) and p. 87. Cooper, cycle makers, 1901, d. 3I4 Newman (Francis). Abstract of his fat. 43, p. 78. will, 1649, d. 3I4fol. 94, ii, p. 79. Morris dances. At Littlemore, 19th Newman ([John Henry]). Letter, & 20th cents., c. 452, p. 20; f. 55, 22 June 1866, to him rei. to student p.2i. In Oxfordshire, d. 200, p. 67. from New Zealand, c. 265 fol. 48, Mounsteven (Hender). Nominates P.36. curate of Hook Norton, Oxon., 1767, Newman (Thomas). His notebook c. 229fol. 27, p. 29. as undergraduate, c. 1624, f. 39, Much Hadham, Herts. Papers of p ThomasRandolph,rector, 18th cent., Newnham Murren. History of, b. I70, p. 17. d. 343, p. 83. Miiller (Max). His contest for chair Newton (Richard). Certificate signed of Sanskrit, Oxford, 1860, e. I87, by him at Christ Church, Oxford, p , c. 326 fol. I27, p. 46. Murcot. Petition of the cottagers of, New Zealand. Letter, 1866, rei. to 18th cent., b. I2I fot. 8, p student coming to Oxford from, Murray (-). Latin exercise in verse, c. 265 fat. 48, p th cent., c. 359, p. 51. Niblett (rev. dr. Stephen). Letter to Muses. Sketches of the 9 Muses, him as warden of All Souls, 1752, 19th cent., b. 92 fat. I3, p. 1. c. 209 fol. 23, p. 22, Musgrave family. Pedigrees of, c. 373 Nichol 0.). Photograph of, d. 242 p. I83, p. 52..r. fol. I35, p. 70. Music, 18th cent. 'Musical Tour of n... Nieh&""fR.. ~r}. Letter, 1918, Mr.Dibdin', 1788,c.296fol.I6,p.4I.' rei. to Morris memorial, c. 3,59 fol. '1 5~P 52, ; Nicholson (E. W. B.). Notes by him- Nairne(Edward}. Valuation made by, rei. to Bodleian MSS., 19th cent., 1790, c. 236/01. I07, p. 31. f , p. 117 ; 1 f t

187 Nicoll (Alexander). Letter to him from E. B. Pusey, 1827, c. 3z6 fol. 50, p. 45. Nixon 0.). Latin poem by, d. 3I4 fol. 39, p. 78. Norreys (James Bertie), 3rd baton. Letter, 1681, to him from Sir Leoline Jenkins, d. 3I4 fol. 4I, P.78. Northamptonshire. Ch. notes for, 165S-60, e. 262, p Northmoor. Index to marriages in par. regs. of, e. I73, p. 9S. Norton, Over. Calendar of deeds rei. to, d. 46I/I fol. 245, p. 92. Norwich, Norf. Topographical drawings of, 1792, 1798, 1804, c. 475 fols , 77, p. 57 Nourse (John). Corresp. of, ISIS, c. ZIO, p. 23. Nowers family. Note on Nowers tomb in Christ Church cathedral, c. 3z6 fol. I2I, p. 46. Nuneham Courtenay. Diary of happenings in, before 1649, c. 378 p. 355, p. 53 Oakley, Bucks. Petition of inhabitants against enclosure, 1576, b. II8, p.i2. O'Connor (A. & M.). Stained glass in St. Giles's ch., Oxford, 1857, b. III fol. 2I6v, p. 10. Oldfield (W. J.). Calendar of Oxfordshire Quarter Sessions, , by, d. 44I/I, 3, 4, 5 (= R. Cat. 4/728), p. 90. Incumbents in Oxford diocese, , c. 250 (=R. Top. 726) , p. 34. Index to Oxfordshire marriages in par. regs., e. I73, p. 98; to par. regs. of Shipton-under-Wychwood, , c , p. 32. Parochial index for Oxon., 1929, c. 323 (=R ), p. 44- Index to Culham par. regs., c. 222, p. 28. O'Neil (Henry Nelson). Drawings, a. 3I fols. I2, IJa, p. 3. Drawing of Cowley ch., a. 48 fol. 7, p. 5. Onslow, Thomas, 2nd earl of Onslow. Letter to Thomas Randolph, b. I70fol. 76, p. 18. Orange (prince of). Visit to Oxford, 1734, c. 265 fol. 30, p. 36. Orr (John Boyd). Herbert Spencer lecture by him, 1949, d. 360 fol. 85, p.85. Oseney abbey. Seal of, 1534, c. 37I, p.52. GENERAL INDEX 173 Otmoor. Drawing by A. Dashwood, a. 48 fol. 88, p. 5. Royal warrant, 1645, rei. to navigation of, c. 326 fol. I28, p. 46. Ottley (sir Adam). His report on case about debts of sir George Croke, 1692, d. 385fol. II7, p. 87. Overy. Bertie family charter rei. to, MS. Ch. Oxon. 3862, p Rents and tenants of lord Abingdon in manor of, 18th cent., b. I78-83, p Survey & valuation of, 18th cent., c. 38I, p Owen (George). Case betw. him and commonalty of Oxford, 1523, c. 229 fol. 3z, p. 29 Owen (Humphrey). Extrs. from Bodleian library aces., , e. 372, p. IIS Owen (T.). Latin verses by, 18th cent., e. 309, p. lu. Oxford. GENERAL. Archaeological & hist. notes on, e. 320 fol. I, p Diary of events in, , d. 247, p. 71. Extrs. illustrating Oxford hist., , d. I65 (= R. Top. 60), p. 63; from Oxford & London newspapers rei. to, , d. I74, p. 65. Lectures on hist. & topography of, by Gen. Rigaud, , e. 28z, p Material rei. to hist. of, d. 226 (= R. Top. 732), p. 68. Memoirs of city & university by Elizabeth Sheppard, 1738, d. 287, p. 75. Notes, hist. & topographical rei. to, by John Gilbert, 19th-20th cent., d. 306-], p. 77; of interest rei. to, 19th cent., by Philip Bliss, e , p Oxford in 1913, by A. Clark, d. I53, p. 60. Salter's lecture notes on, c. 436, p Tracings of maps of medieval, MS. Maps Oxon. a. 2 (9- I2), p Clubs and Societies. Corresp. rei. to appeal for new members of Oxford Historical society, 1936, d. 362, p. 85. List of publications of the Oxford Architectural & Historical society, d. I92fol. 368, p. 66. Papers rei. to Ashmolean Natural History society, , d. 3I6-27, p. So. Publications by, and the work of, the Oxford Architectural & Historical society, c. 455 fols. 95, 99, p Register of the Oxford Literary society, , c. 377, p External Appearance. Catalogue of prints & drawings in Bodleian library, , c (=R. 6.

188 174 GENERAL INDEX Oxford-GENERAL (cant.) 264-5), p. 32. Chronological list of buildings of, d. 232, p. 68. Coli. of sketches, 18th & 19th cent., b. I23, p. 13. Copies of 18th-cent. topographical drawings, , c. 475, p. 57. Drawings of, from Headington, a. 48 fol. 96, p. 5; of, a , P.4;of, ,a.3I,p 3;0~18th- 19th cent., b. I65, p. 16; & sketches of, & neighbourhood, a. 2I, b , p. I; by Delamotte & Mackenzie, 1835, e. 233, p Extra illustrations to Wood's Antiquities of Oxford (1786), d. 340-I, p. 83; to Wood's 'Ancient & Present State of the City', c , p. 41. Fortifications of, 1644, b. I67, p. 16. Landscape view near, 1844, c. 470, p. 56. List of Buckler dnwings of, 1929, c. 324, p. 44; of printed works containing engravings, &c. of, 1575-' c. 1850, e. 258, p Military sketch of ground on east side, 1849, c. 2I3, p. 23. Plans of, a. 24, 26 (R)o p. 2. Sketches of, , c. 406, p. 54; of old Oxford, '900, c. 3I2-I3, p. 43. 'South-east prospect of university & city', 18th cent., c. 30r (R), p. 42. Views of, , d. 4I9, p. 90. Water-colour drawings of, J. M. Ma1chair, , b. 222, p.20. Oxford City (I) General (2) Parishes (3) Cathedral (4) Suburbs Public Institutions & Buildings is) 6) Topography 7) Old Institutions & Buildings (8) Government (9) Classes of the Community (10) Life & Manners iii) External Relations 12) History & Antiquities 13) Records (I) GENERAL. Arms. Letters and notes, 1908, on arms of, c. 236 fol. 83, p. 3' Greenwood's notes on monuments and arms in, 1658, e. 286, p Bounds. City franchises, b. II6 fol. 6, p. I I. 'Map of the franchises' of, 1800, d Transcr. of report on boundary of, 1800, ib., p. 78. (2)-PARISHES. General. Notes on, 1780, d. 28r-2, p Churches. Greenwood's ch. notes, 1658, e. 286, p List of chs., , d. ISS, p. 60. Oxford City-PARISHES (cont.) - - All Saints. Case against parishioners by Lincoln coli., 1655, c. 265 fol. 24, p. 36. Charters and aces. rei. to, c. 400, p Design for steeple of 'All Hallows Oxon' by Hawksmoor, a. 48 fol. 74, p. 5. Extrs. from Lincoln college rentals ( ) rei. to weekly oblations & profits of, c. 40I, p Plan of tenement in, a. 55 (R) j, p Plans of properties of St. John's hosp. in, b. 225 (R), p Holywell. Calendar of deeds rei. to, , 46I/I fol. I24, p St. Aldates. Address to rector, 1884, b. 42 fol. 64, p. 7. Charters rei. to, c. 399, p. 123; 18th & 19th cent., MSS. Ch. axon fJ, p. '34. Drawing of The Weirs, a. 3I fol. I2, p. 3. Notes & photographic record of, d. 503, p. '41. Plans of Magdalen coli. tenements in, 19th cent., a. 55 (R), p Sale of New inn in, 1881, b. 42 fol. 46, p. 7. Sketch of ch., by J. C. Buckler, a. 32 fol. 7, p. 3. Will of W. Pratt, 1884, owner of New inn, b. 42 fol. I8, p St. Andrew. Papers rei. to the Gay trust, , c. 332, p St. Clement. Manor of, 1929, d. 284fol. 7, p. 75. Minutes of St. Clement's Turnpike Acts, , e. 292, p. IIO. Papers rei. to Turnpike Trust, , b. I73-4, p. 18. Papers of Harry Paintin rei. to, '920-5, c. 4I D-Ir, p. 55. Records of the par. collected by H. Paintin, 1929, d {j, p St. Ebbe. Charters rei. to, c. 399, p. 123; to. '740, MS. Ch. axon. 4059, p. 13~. Sketch of ch. by J. C. Buckler, a. 32 fol. 7, p St. George. Plan of site of ch., 17th cent., c. 459 (R), p Papers rei. to, 1847-'78, d. 37I, p St. Giles. Ann Cross of Blackhall, 1696, b. III fol. 3, p. 9. Docs. rei. to poor-law admin., , c. 355, p. 50. Minute books, &c. of national kitchen, 1919, d. 238 fol. II6, p. 70. Papers rei. to ch., b. III, p. 9. Plans of houses in, 19th cent., a. 56 (R), p. 126; of Vice-Chancellor's meadows, r8th cent., b. 224, p. 20. Sketch of ch., by J. C. Buckler, a. 32 fol. 7, p. 3. Survey of land in, '790, e. 285, p Tenements of Chillingworth in, 1794, a. 56 (R) c,

189 GENERAL INDEX 175 Ozf'ol'd City-PARISHES (cont.) p Transcrs. of par. regs. of, (,9, d. 299, p. 77. Vault containing coffin of Rich. Rawlinson in ch., d I7, p. 69. Vicars,list of, b. III as endpaper, p. 10. Visiting bk. of Benevolent soc., , 1842, c. 476, p St. Martin. Charters rei. to, c. 399, p Extrs. from Twyne 23,259, rei. to, d. 409/01. 38, p Pridden's notes on, 1780, d. 282/01. 9, p St. Mary Magdalen. Charters rei. to, c. 399, p Drawing of houses adjoining ch., a. 48 /01. 75, p. 5. List of parishioners, , f. 5I, p. II9. Plan of buildings north of ch., 1820, b. I22/ , p. 13. Public expenditure of par., , d. 272 p. 595, p. 73. Papers rei. to building of St. George's chapel of ease in, 1847-'78, d. 37I, p. 86. Rentals of chantry in ch. of, C. 402/01. 6, p Sketch of ch., by J. C. Buckler, a. 32 /01. 7, p St. Mary the Virgin. Churchwardens' accs. of, , with extrs. to 1537, d. 384, p Drawing of tower buttress of, 1841, by Chas. Barry, c. 470 /01. I3, p. 56. Extrs. from deeds rei. to properties in, e. 3I7, p Oriel treasurer's accs. for, , c. 397, p Notes on par. of, c. 435/01. I, p Plan of tenement in Grove St., charity of, a. 55 (R), p. 126; of ch., 1848, a. 23 (R) I2, p. 2. Pridden's notes on, 1780, d. 282/01. 9, p. 74. Sketches of pinnacles on ch. by T. G. Jackson, a. 34 (R), p. 4. Survey of the parish, d. I87-8, p St. Michael Northgate. Charters rei. to, c. 399, p Colls. on ch., d. I85, p. 66. Ems. from Lincoln coll. rentals ( ) rei. to weekly oblations & profits of, c. 40I, p Notes on ch. of, d. 406/01. I40 rev., p Notes and transcrs. rei. to, c. 435/01. 29, p Plans of properties in Cornmarket St., a. 57 (R), p Pridden's notes on, 1780, d. 282/01. 9, p. 74. Transers. of par. regs., ,d. 288,p St. Michael Southgate. Charters rei. to, c. 399, p Extra. from Twyne 23, 259, rei. to, d. 409/01. 38, p St. Peter in the East. Calendar of deeds rei. to, , d. 46I/I Oxford City-PARISHES (cont.) /01. I24, p. 92. Churchwardens' accs. of, c. 403, p Drawing of crypt, 1812, c. 409, p. 54. New coll. charters rei. to, c. 403, p Notes on ch., by J. Gutch, c. 265/01. 33, p. 36. Notes and transcrs. rei. to, c. 435/01. 9, p. 12Z. Pridden's notes on, 1780, d. 282 /01. 9, p. 74. Sketch of ch. by J. C. Buckler, a. 32 /01.7, p St. Peter Ie Bailey. Charters rei. to, c. 399, p Par. accs., , b. I25-6, p SS. Philip fsj James. Papers rei. to building of ch., a. 28, p. 3; to consecration & glass in windows, 1862, b. III /01.324; to site, ib./ois. I85, 235, p St. Thomas. Notes & photographic record of, d. 505, p (3) - CATHEDRAL. Architectural drawings of, 1812, c. 40 9, p. 54. Nowers tomb in, c. 326/01. I2I, p. 46. See also OxFoRD UNlVERSITY-(3) Christ Church. (4) - SUBURBS. Common pasture called Cripley& Port Meadow,1523. c. 229/01. 32, p. 29. Hist. of Summertown, 1832, e. 240, p Map of St. Giles's Field, King's Mill, Angel Mead, & Marston Meads, [? 17th cent.], a. 59 (R), p. 126; of land on Bartlemas and Wallingford highway, b. 243 (R), p. 128; of land bounded on north and west by R. Cherwell, b. 243 (R), p. 128; of turnpike road, Oxford to Cumnor hill, b. 234 (R), p Notes on Binsey,b.II6/01.8,p. II ;onoseney, e. 3I8/01. 2, p Notes & photographic record of Binsey, d. 502, P.141 ; of East Oxford,d. 496,P. 141 ; of Godstow, d. 502, p. 141; of North Oxford, d. 50I, p. 141; of South Parade & north of it, d. 50I, p (5) - PuBLIC INSTITUTIONS AND BUII.DINGS. General. Chronological list of buildings, d. 232, p. 68. Drawings of houses by C. Maresco Pearce, 1931, b. 250, p. 22. Extrs. rei. to buildings in, d. 405 /01. I6, p Plans, maps, & architectural sketches of buildings & sites, a. 24, p. 2. Photographs of 'listed' buildings in, 1956, c , p. 58. Sketches of, , c. 409, p Banks. Records rei. to University & City Bank, 1790, MSS. Ch. Oxon. 406I-2, p Bridges. Notes & photographic

190 GENERAL INDEX Oxford City-PuBLIC INSTITUTIONS AND BUILDINGS (cant.) record of, d. 493, p Plan & description of Hythe Bridge, 17th cent., c. 459 (R); of Quackes Bridge, 17th cent., ib., p Canals. Papers rei. to Thames & Severn Canal Bill, 1866, b. I , p Castle. Elevations & plans of tower of, 1881, b. I , p. 12. Map of site of, a. 60 (R), p Notes rei. to, e. 3I , p. 122.; on remains of, 1780, d. 28I 101. I06, p. 74. Transcr. of exchequer accs. rei. to castle and Irish scholars in custody,c. 1230, b , P Charities and Almshouses. Contributions to, , c. 280, p. 39. List of hospitals, , d. I55, p. 60. Minutes, &c. rei. to soup kitchen & other charities, , e. 2I3, p Notes on charity schools, 1905, d. I6I, p. 61; on Cutler-Boulter's almshouses, d , p. 75; on Dawson's charity & Stone's almshouses, d. 285 lois. 344, 470, p. 75; on William James's charity, d , p. 75. Plan of tenement in Grove St. of charity of St. Mary the Virgin ch., a. 55 (R) c, p Properties of hospital of St. John, b. 225 (R), p.126; d.423 (R), a, p Stone's hospital leases, , h. 224, p. 20. Wills & gifts of benefactors, c ', p County Hall. Plan of, built in 1751, c. 460 (R), p Guilds. Notes on guilds & names of trades, e. 3I9, p Orders & constitution of Cordwainers' guild, 1668, d. I54, p. 60. Records of the Company of Cordwainers, , MSS. Morrell 2-5,IO-I5,20,23-24,PP.142-3;of Tailors, 15th cent.-1838, ib. 6-9, I6-I8, 2I-22, 25, pp ; of Mercers & Grocers, ,ib.I, p. 145; of Butchers & Poulterers, , ib. I9, p Aces. of Company of Mercers & Woollen Drapers, , and of the Grocers' Company, , c (R), p. 51. University fee farm rent to Tailors' Company, 1604, e , p Inns. Aces. of an Oxford tavern, 1506, c. 235, p. 31. Case rei. to leases of Maidenhead and Swanborne inns,1655, c , p. 36. Oxford City-PuBLIC INSTITUTIONS AND BUILDINGS (cont.) Map showing Bull, Cross, and Roebuck inns, c. 463 (R), p Notes on, c , p. 122; on, c , p Papers rei. to Star, Angel, & King's Head, , c. 227, p. 28. Part of lease of Star & Garter inn, 1762, c. 284, p. 40. Plan of Angel inn, High St., 1830, a. 55 (R)/, p. 126; 1866, e. 352 (R), p. 130; of site of Bear inn, c. 462 (R) a, p. 128; of part of Coach and Horses inn, High St., I. 57 (R), p. 131; of in Cornmarket St., 1628, b. 237 (R) a, p. 127; of Cross inn, 1628, b. 237 (R) a; 1794, b. 237 (R) b;b.228 (R),p. 127; of site of Cross inn, c. 462 (R) C, p. 128; of the gardens of Crown and Cross inns, 1638, c. 467 (R), p. 129; of 'The Three Cups' in St. Martin's, d. 434 (R) a, p. 130; of site of Lamb inn, 1833, a. 56 (R) h, p. 126; of cellars of Leopold Arms, 1905, d. 435 (R), p. 130; of Nag's Head, 1861, a. 54 (R) i, p. 126; of Old Swan inn, St. Aldates, 1846, a. 55 (R) k, p. 126; of the Queen's Arms in High St., 1867, f.57(r),p. 131; of Roe Buck, Crown inns, 1628, h. 237 (R) a, p. 127; of sites of Star and Crown inns, 1812, c. 465 (R), p. 129; of Stodeley's inn, c. 462 (R) a, p. 128; 1650, c. 464 (R), p. 129; of site of The Tavern, 1638, c. 467 (R), p. 129; of site of Three Tuns in St. Peter Ie Bailey, 1780, c. 462 (R) h, p Sale of New inn, 1881, h I8,p. 7. Shops in front of Cross inn, h. 240 (R), p Martyrs' Memorial. Papers of committee rei. to, , h. II2, p.l Music Toom. Hist. of, , d. 337, p Schools. Hist. of the Blue Coat school, , e. 37I, p. lis. Notes on charity schools, 1905, d. I6I, p. 61. Minutes of Church Association of school managers, , e. 235-<), p Subject-index of 'The Draconian', , d. 420, p. 90. Mark-book of Magdalen college school, , c. 5I9, p. 59. IfRey school log book, , d. 456, p. 92. St. DenYb school for girls, 1876, d. 47Ilol. 44, p. 93. Treasurer's book of ch. assoc. of school managers, ,1.45, p. li8.

191 O:dord City-PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS AND BUILDINGS (cont.) - - Town Hall. Plan of, built in 1751, c. 460 (R), p. 128; of muniment room in, 1909, c. 236/01. IIO, p. 31; ofsite of, a. 27 (R), p Workhouse. Building of 'New Workhouse', 1865, c. 282 /01. 56, P 39 (6) - TOPOGRAPHY. General. Two plans and elevations of Balliol coli. properties, a. 52 (R), p T. Blowfield's admeasurements of, c , c , p. 38. Drawings of houses by C. Maresco Pearce, 1931, b. 250, p. 22. Map of the boundaries of, 1851, d. 309, p. 78. Note on entries in, c. 455 /01. 29, P.133. Notes rei. to, d. 409/01. I6, p. 124; on, 19th cent., d. I72/01. 27I, p. 65. 'Oxford within the walls' by H. Hurst, 19th cent., d. 275, p. 73. Plans of houses built by Mr. Chillingworth, 1794, a. 5I (R), p. 125; of tenements of Magdalen coli. on 10 sites, a. 54 (R), p Extrs. rei. to street names in, d. 405/01. I6, p Additions to 'Survey of Oxford in 1772', d. I66 = (R. Top. 724), p Abingdon Road. Notes & photographic record of, d. 493, p. 14I. - - All Saints. Plan of tenement in, a. 55 (R)j, p Banbury Road. Notes & photographic record of, d. 50I, p Bear Lane. Plan of tenements in, b. 247 (R), p Batley Road. Map of turnpike road, Oxford to Cumnor hill, b. 234 (R), p Brewer's Lane. Plan of tenement in, 1802, a. 56 (R)/, p Brewer Street. Plan of 'Wild's Tenement' in, c. 437 (R), p Broad Street. Map of properties of St. John's hosp. in, d. 423 (R) a, p Notes & photographic record of, d. 494, p Plan of tenement of Magdalen coli. in, 1835, a. 54 (R)j, p. 126; of house between Sheldonian Theatre and Printing House, 1713, b. 245 (R), Car/ax area. Hawksmoor's plan for, u. a6 (R), p Castle Street. Plan of no. 3, 1862, d. 43a (R) a, p. 130; of property in, 1882, a. 55 (R) d, p Cat Street. Plan of north end of, c. 1620, c. 459 (R), p. 128; of B Sg72 GENERAL INDEX 17'1 N Oxford City-ToPOGRAPHY (cant.) properties in, 1633, d. 4a5 (R), P Coach and Horses Lane. Plan of, h. a44 (R), p Cormnarket Street. Map of New coli. properties in, c. 1627, d. 4a a (R), p Notes & photographic record of, d. 495, p Plan of Bocardo & adjacent parts, 1771, d. 426 (R), p. 129; of Mr. Clarke's house in, 1779, b. a27 (R), p. 127; of house in, 1779, c. 46a (R) c, p. 128; south of Roe Buck inn in, 1837, a. 54 (R) h, p. 126; of properties in, 1812, c. 465 (R), p. 129; of St. Michael's in, a. 57 (R), p Plans of 4 houses in, 1784, c. 469 (R) a, p. 129; of tenements of New coli. in, 18th cent., b. a40 (R) c, p. 128; Properties on west side of, 1627, b. a30 (R), p Shops in, b. a37 (R), p Tenements of New coli. in, 18th cent., b. 228 (R), p Grove Street. Plan of tenement in, 1885, a. 55 (R) c, p High Street. Map of properties in, b. 246 (R), p Notes & photographic record of, d , p Plan of 35 & 36, 1863, e.357 (R), p. 130; of 37 and 38, c. 1710, d. 427 (R), p. 129; of site of 'Conduit'market, 1779, b. 227 (R), p. 127; of Drawda Hall, 33, a. 54 (R) I, p. 126; of houses in, between Blue Boar Lane and Bear Lane, c. 468 (R), p. 129; of Link Lodgings south of St. Edmund Hall, 1848,1.58 (R), p. 131; of Oxford outside the East Gate, 1771, a. 58 (R), p. 126; of Physic Garden and Coach and Horses Lane, b. 244 (R), p. 128; of properties of Magdalen coli. in, e. 356 (R)a,p. 130; on approaches to Magdalen bridge, b. 244 (R), p. 128; on north side of, 1860, /. 59 (R), p. 131; on west side of Queen's coli., 1865, e. 360 (R), p. 131; of the Queen's Arms in High St., 1867, f. 57 (R), p. 131; of tenement of H. Ward in All Saints, a. 55 (R) j, p. 126; of tenements on north of, e. 35I~R), p. 130; on south of, opposite Queen's coli., I 852,j. 56 (R),p. 131; on south of, opposite Queen's Lane, e. 354 (R), p. 130; of New coli. on, 18th cent., b. 240 (R) c, p Plans of Magdalen coli. properties in, 1845, d. 42I (R), p. 129; of properties on, in All Saints par., h. 2a5

192 Oxford City-TOPOGRAPHY (cont.) (R), p. 126; of tenements of New coil. in, 18th cent., b.za7 (R),p. 127; in Ram Alley, 1835, a. 54 (R) g, p 'Shadwell, Fasc. V' rei. to properties in, d , P Holywell. Map of [? 17th cent.], a. 59 (R), p Copy of Terrier of, 1666, d. 43I (R), p King Street. Leases of Magdalen coli., 19th cent., a. 54 (R), p Map of properties in, b. Z46 (R), p Littlegate Street. Extrs. of deeds rei. to, 17th-18th cent., c I, p Logic Lane. Plan of site on, 1848, d. 4z4 (R), p Longwall. Properties of Magdalen coli. in, 1780, b. Z3I (R), P Magdalen Street. Notes & photographic record of, d. 500, p. 14I. Plan of 4, e. 358 (R) a, p. 131; of 5 & 6, 1882, a. 55 (R) a, p. Iz Merton Street. Leases of Magdalen coli. in, 19th cent., a. 54 (R), p Map of properties in, b. z46 (R), p Plans of property in, 1837, a. 55 (R) k, p. 126; , b. z3z (R), p. IZ Queen Street. Plans of tenements on south side of, 1788, b. zz9 (R), p Ram Alley. Plans of tenements in, 19th cent., a. 54 (R), d,g, pp. 125, St. Aldates. Notes & photographic record' of, d. 503, p Plan of tenement in, 1795, a. 56 (R) g, p. 126; of 'College Estate in', 1818, c. 469 (R) b, p. 129; of properties in, on site of present Thames and Isis streets, c. 466 (R), p. IZ9; of tenements near Folly bridge & 'Shire Lane', d. 430 (R); in 1879, d. 433 (R), p Plans of Magdalen coli. tenements in, 1838, a. 55 (R) g; 1840, ro. b &J e; 1846, ro. h, p. 126; of properties of St. John's hosp. in, d. 438 (R), p. 130; oftenements of St. John's hosp. in, e. 355 (R), p Map of site of brewery in, 1818, b. Z33 (R), p St. Ebbe's. Plan of properties of hospital of St. John in, c. 46I (R) a, p St. Giles's. Notes & photographic record of, d. 500, p GENERAL INDEX Oxford City-TOPOGRAPHY (cont.) Land of Balliol coli. in, 1906, a. 56 (R) e, p. 126; of tenement of Balliol coil. in, 187z, b. z38 (R), p. 127; of tenement of Exeter coli. in, d. 4z8 (R), p. 129; north of Lamb inn, 1833, a. 56 (R) b, p. Iz6; southeast of Micldem hall, 1895, a. 56 (R) h, p. Iz6. Drawingofhousesadjoining ch. of St. Mary Magdalen, a , p. 5. Plan of buildings north of St. Mary Magdalen ch., 18zo, b. Izziol. z8z,p. 13; on site of Taylor institution, 1839, d. 436 (R), p. 130; e. 359 (R), p. 13 I. The White House (now no. 6z), 17th cent., c. 3z , p. 45 Map, c. 1872, of house in, a. 53 (R), p Plans of 13 & 14, 1867, 188z, a. 56 (R) i, j, p. 126; of 2 houses in, 1794, a. 56 (R) c, p St. Peter Ie Bailey. Plan oftenement in, 1816, a. 56 (R) a, p. Iz St. Thomas. Notes & photographic record of, d. 505, p South Parade. Notes & photographic record of, d. 50I, p Swan Lane. Plan of tenements in, b. 247 (R), p. u Turl Street. Plan of properties in, c. 1770, b. z36 (R), p. IZ7; of 'The Turle', c. 1780, b. z39 (R), p. IZ Walton Street. Notes & photographic record of, d. 50I, p. 14I. - - Waram Bank. Plan & description of, 17th cent., c. 459 (R), p. Iz8. -- Woodstock Road. Notes&photographic record of, d. 50I, p Port Meadow. Case rei. to Cripley & Port Meadow, 15Z3, c. zz Z, p. 29. Notes & photographic record of, d. 50I-Z, p Petition from freeman rei. to, c. 1800, a. 30 (R), p. 3. Transcrs. of docs. rel. to, c. z84, p. 39. (7) - OLD INSTITUTIONS AND BUILD INGS. General. Additions to 'Survey of Oxford in 177z', d. I66 (= R. Top. 7z4), p. 63. Sketches of, Zl, c. 40 9, p Abbeys and priories. Notes on remains of, 1780, d. a8ilol. I06, p. 74. Transcrs. rel. to St. Frideswide's, c. 43z, p Bocardo. Notes on, , d. 405, p. IZZ. Plan of, & parts adjacent, 1771, d. 4z6 (R), p Car/ax Conduit. The architecture of, b. II , p. II.

193 Oxford City-OLD INSTITUTIONS AND BUILDINGS (cant.) - - City walls. Date of Littlegate or Watergate, d. 238 fol. 37, p. 69. Map showing lane from Little Gate to South Gate, b. 24I (R), p Notes on, d. 405fol. I, p Oseneyabbey. Ace. of the receiver of, 1528, d. 388 (R), p. 87. Transcrs. rei. to, c. 433, p (8) - GOVERNMENT. Borough. Notes on county borough, 1922, c. 265 fol. IO, p Elections. Aces. of general, 1826, c. 327, p. 47. Addresses, &c. rei. to election of M.P., 1768-<), d. 25I, p. 71. Election of J. A. Wright as M.P., 1802, c. 28I, p. 39. Papers rei. to parliamentary representation, ,C.280, P.39,1806, b. II3,p.l Finance. City rating survey, 1848, b. II5, p. II. Extrs. of taxation returns, 14th-17th cent., e. 322, p Letter rei. to arrears of land & assessed taxes, 1823, d. 238 fo!. I3, p. 69. Notes & extrs. on taxation, 14th-17th cent., c. 442 fol. 62, p. 124; on public expenditure, , d. 272 p. 570, p. 73. Papers rei. to taxation, 17th-19th cent., b. II 4, p. 11. Transcr. of two Lay Subsidies, , d. I75 fol. 42, p. 65; of Lay Subsidy, 1524, C. 392 fol. 55, p. 123; 1543, arranged by wards, b. 223 fol. 2I, p. 123; of Languables, , c. 440 fol. 257, p. 124; of window tax, 1696, c. 440 fol. 238, p Highways, Paving, & Lighting. Aces. of supervisors of highways, , c , p. 38. Roll of commissioners, , c. 358 (R), p. 51. Acts of street commissioners, , c. 278, p. 38. Lamp book of commissioners for lighting, 17So, b. I22 fol. 267, p. 12. Papers rei. to repairs & maintenance of Magdalen bridge, 1771-<), c. 279, p. 39; of Paving Commissioners, , b. I72 fol. I, p. IS. Ratesfor, 177O-So, c , p. 3S. - - Law Courts. Abstrs. of Crown cases in assizes of Oxford circuit, r637-42, d. 333, p. S1. Verdicts and sentences in Crown cases of Oxford circuit, , f. 47, p Committals to House of Correction, 1850, b. I72 fol. 60, p. IS. Execution of Edward Roberts for murder, ls72, c. 326fol. II9, p. 46. GENERAL INDEX 179 Oxford City-GOVERNMENT (cont.) Letter to mayor rei. to case before King's Bench, 1627, c. 265 fol. 26, P Magistracy. Letter of James H. Langston, M.P., rei. to Commission of magistrates, d. 3I4 fol. 69, p Officers. Butler service at coronations by mayor, c. 258 fol. 8, p. 34. Court of mayors with list of mayors & provosts, c. 440 fol. I, p List of mayors and consiliummaioris, e. 32I,p List of officers of the town, II , c. 353, p Election & privileges of mayor, b. I I6 fol. I5, p. 11. Information against Wm. Wright for libel, 1684, c. 265 fol. 9I, p Police. Police records, IS29--69, b I29--62, p. 14; accs., ls29-31, c. 320, p. 15. Notes and papers rei. to special constables, d. 507, p Poor Law & Local Board. Administration of, in St. Clement's, 18th cent., d. 284 fol. 209, p. 75. Minutes of relief committee, IS30-40, d. 252, p. 72. Order for removal of woman to Knowle, Warws., 1694, c. 229 fol. 97, p. 29; to Guardians, 1862, b. II7 fol. I63, p. 11. Papers rei. to poor law, ISth-19th cent., c. 282, p. 39. Relief of the poor, , d. 252, p. 72. Reports of Local Board, , b. I72 fo!. 4I, p. IS. (9) - CLASSES OF THE COMMUNITY. Freemen. List of, 1738-ISOI, c. 283, p. 39. Oath, as freeman, of Thomas Bardgett, 176S, c. 229 fol. 33, p. 29. Petition from, c. 1800, a. 30 (R), P Tradesmen. Ace. bk. of R. Thomas, plumber & decorator, , b. 25I, p. 22; and his ledger bk., , c. 480, p. 58. Colis. rei. to industries, d. I89, p. 66. Corresp. with London booksellers, 1731-IS18, c. 2IO, p. 23. Minute bk. of the Early Closing committee, , d. 237, p. 69. Papers rei. to trade, 17th-19th cent., b. II4, p. I I; 183<r77, rei. to C. Prickett, yeoman, c. 225, p. 2S. Trades in St. Clement's, d. 284 fol. 280, p. 75. Tradesmen's tokens, b. II6 fol. 99, p. 11. See also PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS AND BUILDINGS-Guilds. (xo) - LIFE AND MANNERS. Amusements & Sports. Colis. on sports

194 180 GENERAL INDEX Oxford City-LIFE AND MANNERS (cont.) & pastimes, 20th cent., d. 20I-3, p. 33. Expenses at races, ()6, c. 280, p. 39. Records of Exiles Rugby Football club, , c. SI6, p. 59. Notes & photographic record of, St. Giles's Fair, d. S04, p Seasonalfeastsin,d. I99fol. I, p Military. Minutes of Corps of LoyaIVolunteers, I,e.24I, p. 105; of Nat. Service League, , e , p Personal. Caricatures of men of, c. 243 pp , 37S-99, p. 32. Daily journal of W. Tredwell, Oxford schoolboy, , d. 383, p. 87. Long-lived persons, , b. II6fol. I27, p. II. Properties used at funerals, , e. 26I, p Sketches of characters, early 19th cent., C. 2II-I2, p. 23. (II) - EXTERNAL RELATIONS. Crown. Butler service at.coronations by mayor, c. 258fol. 8, p. 34. Order in Council to governor of, 1651, c. 326 fol. I30, p. 46. Proclamations of Charles I rei. to, , d.329/i-2, p. 81. Transcr. of Loyal Address to George III, c. 440 fol. 265, p Visit of K. William III, 1695 & of Q. Anne, 1702, c. 209fol. II, p. 22. (xa) - HISTORY AND ANTIQUITIES. General. Catalogue of pro bks. rei. to, C. 356, p. 50. Diary of discoveries & facts rei. to, d. 406 fol. 62, p Extrs. on hist. of, collected by J. R. Green, , e. I96, p Hist. from earliest times until end of 18th cent., e , p Historical and antiquarian colis. rei. to, d. I79-200, p. 66. Hist. notes on, c , d.405-6,e.3i6-20,p.122;c.440-2, d , d. 409 fol. I6, p Lectures on hist. of, by Gen. Rigaud, 18SI, e. 282, p. los; his notes, C. 258, P.34. Material rei. to, d (= R. Top. 732), p. 6S. Notes & catalogue of Millenary Exhibition, 1912, d. S08-9, p Notes rei. to, in The Gentleman's Magazine, b. II6 fol. I35, p. II; So, C. 25I--'1, d , p. 34; chronicle, , C. 4I4, p. 121; events in, , d. 247, p I7th cent. Case rei. to the 'White House' in St. Giles's, c. 326 fol. 44, p. 45. Fortifications of Oxford, 1644, b. I67, p. 16. Papers rei. to siege of, O:uord CUy-HISTORY AND ANTI QUITIES (cont.) , c. 265 fol. I, p. 36. Thesis on proclamations of Charles I rei. to, , d. 329/I-2, p. SI. - - I8th cent. City affairs in, b. II6, p. II. Pridden's Notes on parishes, 17So, d. 28I-2, p I9th cent. City affairs in, b. II6, p. II. Notes of interest in, by Philip Bliss, e '10, p. 106; on, d. I74, p th cent. 'The effects of the war on Oxford', 1914, C. 326 fol. 38, p. 45. Notes on county borough, 1922, C. 265 fol. IO, p. 36. A.R.P. Warden's post log-books, , C. 474,d. 439,P.57. (13) - RECORDS. City Records. Copy of schedule of city properties & rentals, IS55, d. 406 fol. II8, rev., p Extrs. from Archives A , 16th-17th cent., rei. to tenements, C. 455 fol. 78, 83, p. 134; of deeds, formularies, taxation returns, & wills, 14th-17th cent., e. 322, p. 125; of deeds, list of mayors & consilium maioris, e. 32I, p. 125; & notes on taxation, c. 442 fol. 62, p List of 'Publica Instrumenta' seen in Guild Hall, C. 455 fol. 99, p Transcr. of the Red Book, c. 44I, p. 124; of Rolls of, , C. 439, p. 124; , d I, p. 6S; of Rolls of court of mayors, with list of mayors and provosts, c. 440 fol. I, p. 124; of Twyne MSS. rei. to, e I, p Extr. from Twyne 23, d , p Index of names in MS. Twyne 23, a. 40, p. 4. List of plans & maps of properties in Vellum Book, 1-23I,d. 406fol. I3Iv, rev., p College records relating to City. Deeds at All Souls rei. to properties, C. 395, p. 123; at Lincoln coli. with wills, c. 396, p. 123, e. 307, p. US; at Merton coli., d. 46I/I, p. 92, e. 306, p. US; at New coli., C. 444, p. 124, e , p. US; at Queen's coli., f. 54, p. us - - Public records relating to City. Conspectus of feet of fines (2 Edw ehas. I) of, C. 437, p Early Chancery proceedings, ISth cent., c. 392 fol. I2, p Extrs. from Augmentation Office Misc. Bks. rei. to, C. 455 fol. 23, p. 133; Plea Rolls, , C. 392 fol.

195 GENERAL INDEX Oll ord City-REcORDS (cont.) I36, p Index of names in MS. Twyne 23, a. 40, p. 4. Transcrs. of inquisitions rei. to tenements in Oxford, , b. 223 fol. I, p. 122, c. 438, p Charters rei. to, c. 393, p. 123; from Exeter chapter MS rei. to tenements in, 16th cent., c. 455 fol. 9I, p. 134; from Harl. MSS. & Lansdowne MS. rei. to legal formularies, c. 455 fol. 87, p. 134; from Rawlinson MS. B. 319, sundry charters, c. 455 fol. I04, p. 134; of Reg. of St. Augustine's, Canterbury, d. 409fol. 65",TetJ.,p Papersrel. to, , c. 325, p. 44. Photographs of early charters rei. to,mss. Facs. b. I2, p Transcrs. of Nicolas Bishop, [1432], C. 442 fol. I, p. 124; of charters, 12th-17th cent., d. 272 p. 20, p. 73; of Formularies from MS. Rawl. A. 357, c. 455 fol. 67, p. 134; rei. to ecclesiastical foundations, c. 433, p Ollford University (I) Institutions & Buildings (2) Colleges & Halls. General (3) Colleges and Halls (4) Government (5) Teaching (6) Religious Orders (7) Life and Manners (S) External Relations (9) History & Antiquities (10) Records (I) - INSTITUTIONS AND BUILDINGS. General. Chronological list of, d. 332, p. 68. 'Oxford within the Walls' by H. Hurst, 19th cent., d. 275, p. 73. Pridden's notes rei. to, d. 28I, p. 74. Wills and gifts of benefactors, c. 284 fol. 26", P Ashmolean museum. Oration on Dr. R. Plot, 1927, d. 238 fol. 43, p. 61). Proposal to add new rooms, , c. 265 fol. 60, p Bodleian library. Extracts by H. Owen from the aces. of, , e. 372, p. lis. Aces. of expenditure of, , c. 3I4, p. 43. Bodleian Orations, 1957-,c. 506, p. 58; Orators, , d. 3I5 fol. 8I, p. 80. Copy of letter of T. Hyde, Bodley's librarian, to Sir Joseph Williamson in 1675, f. 48, p. II9. Defects & requirements, 1907, c. 236 fol. 72, p. 31. Fees received by, on graduation, [794-[SU, e. u5, p. [02. Ollford University-INSTITUTIONS AND BUILDINGS (cont.) Letter rei. to Oppenheimer coil., 1827, c. 326 fol. 50, p. 45. Letters to W. H. Turner rei. to his work in, , e. 257, p Notes on arms in, e. 263fol. II, p. 106; MSS. in, by E. W. B. Nicholson, 19th cent..! , p Notebook of Sir Frederic Kenyon as member of Bodleian library Commission, 1930, e. 350, p. II3. Six decorative paintings in, a. 20, p. I. Sketch of Duke Humfrey from Selden End by J. C. Buckler, a. 32fol. 7, p. 3. 'The state of the Bodleian Library', 1788, c. 309 fol. 3I, p Botanic garden. Lease of, 1641, c. 2I8 fol. I6, p. 26. Plan of, 1848, a. 23 (R) II, p Clarendon press &1 building. Catalogue of bks. printed in, 1666, e. 203fol. 95, p Hawksmoor's plans for, 1710, a. 24 fols , p. 2. Memoranda rei. to, 17th cent., e. 27I, p Plan of house between Sheldonian theatre and, 1713, b. 245 (R), p. 128; of Printing House, 1848, a. 22 (R) I6, p. 2. Notes rei. to, 1720, c. 265 fol. 59, p Divinity school. Arms in, e. 263 fol. II, p Drawings of, 1844, c. 470, fols. 2-4, p. 56. Papers rei. to, , c. 234, p Examination schools. Plans, &c. of, by T. G. Jackson, a. I9, p. I. Designs, by J. O. Scott. a (R), p Physic garden. See Botanic garden. - - Radcliffe camera. Plan of, 1848, a. 23 (R) I2, p Sheldonian theatre. Act speeches, 17th cent., e.344fol. I49,TetJ.,p.1I3. Chancellor's dispensation from holding Public Act, 1828, c. 265fol. 54; 1839, ib. fol. I4B, p. 36. Drawings of the Caesars, 1845, d. 238 fol. 28, p. 69. Faculty formulae for the Act, 1733, f. 44, p Music speeches, 17th cent., e. 202 fol. I5, p. 101; e. 280 fol. 676, Tet!., p Papers & verses rei. to the Act, 1733, e.2i4,p.l02. Planofhousebetween Printing House and, 1713, b (R), p Songs for the Act, 1700, c. 265 fol. 44, p. 36. Terrae filius speeches, 1669, 1671, e fols. I, I05, p. 101.

196 18a GENERAL INDEX Oxford UDivenity-INSTITUTIONS AND BUILDINGS (cant.) - - Taylor institution fsf University galleries. Plan of, 1848, a. 23 (R) I3, p. a; of site of, 1839, d. 436 (R), p. 130; e. 359 (R), p Union society. Letter rei. to paintings in hall of, 1861, d. I44, p University galleries. See Taylor institution. (z) - COLLEGES AND HALLS. General. Anna in windows of, 17th-18th cent., e. 305, p. I II. Clerical restrictions on college fellowships, 1880, c, , p. 31. Greenwood's notes on arms, &c. in, e. 286, p Halls & colis. mentioned in archives, , d. I55, p. 60. Note on academic &- other halls, c I9, p Notes on halls, c , p. 133; d I9, p. 69. 'Notes on certain college edifices' by J. E. Morris, 1953, d. 470, p. 93. Pridden's notes on monumental inscriptions in, I 780, d. 28Ilol. I2, p. 74. Rating survey of, 1848, b. II5, p. II. Transcr. concerning colleges c. 433, p (J) - COLLEGES AND HALLS. All Souls coli. Deeds rei. to Oxford properties at, c. 395, p Latin letters by candidates for fellowship, 17th cent., c I, p. 22. Lines on dismissal of the porter's wife [1801], c. 2I6101. I47, p. 26. Plan of, 1848, by James King, a. 22 (R) I3, p. 2; 'The Three Cups' inn belonging to, d. 434 (R) a, p Tenants of properties of, 1454, b ', p Transcrs. of deeds of, c I04, p Balliol coli. Accs., &c. of a fellow of, , d. 4I6, p. 90; kept by J. T. Round as bursar, , e , p Copy of statutes, 1507, e. I60, p. 96. Drawing of oriel window at, 1844, c I, p. 56. Extrs. of deeds of, 136S-18th cent., including list of plans, d , p Land bought by, I St. Giles's, 1906, a 56 (R) e, p Map of tenement of, in St. Giles's, 1872, a. 53 (R), p Ownership mark on 15th-cent. MS. of, d I, p. 69. Plan of, 1848, by James King, a. 23 (R) 5, p. 2; of tenements of, in St. Giles's, d. 428 (R), p Plans of properties of, in St. Giles's, a. 52 (R), p. 125; Oxford Univenity-CoLLEGES AND HALLS (cont.) of tenements of, 18th & 19th cent., a. 56 (R), p Summons to elect chaplain fellow, 1754, c , P Beel hall. Map of site of, b. 24I (R), p Brasenose coli. 'The Amery Gallery, B.N.C ', drawings, d. 335, p. 82. Extr. from will of Albert Watson, fellow, 1904, c , p. 3 I. Facts rei. to building of the chapel, 1656, d. 339, p. 82. Leases & licences at, <), d , p. 69. Map of land acquired from the Sheards, 1800, h. 242 (R), p Plan of, 1848,a. 22 (R)3,P.2. Plans of Hawksmoor's scheme for, a s. 43 fsf 44, p. 2. Rules and minutes of Brazen No,se chess club, , e. I59, p. 96. Transcrs. of charters & acts rei. to, c. 287, p Christ Church. Catalogues of muniments of, 1953, d (=R. Top. 665), p. 91. Ch. Ch. in Dict. Nat. Biography, 1951, c. 450, p. 55. Drawings & engravings of. notes by W. H. Black on, c [. 58, p. 36. Latin exercises by pupils of John Randolph, , c. 359, p. 51; verses by men of, 18th cent., e. I69, p. 97. Letter of Lloyd, bishop of Oxford rei. to disciplinary action against a member of, 1825, d. 3I I, p. 79; rei. to visit of prince of Orange, 1734, c [. 30, p. 36. Photographs of undergraduates of, 1860, d. 4I9, e. 349, p. 90. Plan of, 1848, a. 23 (R) I, p. 2; 1948, a. 62 (R) 101. I, p. 6. Poems by men of, ,C.2I6, p. 23. Resignation of Shute Barrington as canon of, 1768, c , p. 29; of Harry Bathurst as canon of, 1795, c , p. 29. Sketches of, 19th cent., by J. C. Buckler, a. 3210/. 7, p. 3. Transcrs. of deeds of, c. 443, e. 3.14, pp Corpus Christi call. Caricatures of fellows of, , b , p. I. ConsentofB.Hoadley, Visitor, rei. to Disciple-Masters, 1755, c I, p. 29. 'Com book 1601' of, d. 389, p. 87. Election of Thomas Randolph as president, 1748, c. 350, p. SO. Expenses of an undergraduate at, , e. 256, p Plan of, 1848, a. 22 (R) 9, p. 2. Tischendorf's visit to, 1865, e. 278, p. 107.

197 Oxford University-CoLLEGES AND HALLS (cont.) - - Exeter coil. Plan of, 1848, a. 22 (R) 6, p. 2; of tenements of, in St. Giles's, d. 428 (R), p Transcr. of form of consecration of chapel, c. 392/01. I08, p Gloucester hall. Erection of forge to provide swords and belts, , c. 2I5, p Hart hall. Plan of, 1792, a. 56 (R) d, p Hertford coil. Plan of part of site of, 1768, e. 353 (R), p Letter of Richard Hewitt last surviving member of the first college, 1825, c. 3I4/01. 33, p Jesus coil. Coils. (lists of members, &c.) for, by Andrew Clark, 1914, e. I42-3, I97-9, p. 95. Plan of, 1848, a. 22 (R) I2, p. 2. Transcrs. of deeds of, c. 443/01. 90, p Yearly lists of members, , c. 260, p Lincoln coll. Case against parishioners of All Saints in Oxford, 1655,c. 265/01. 24, p. 36. Dedication service at chapel, 1631, C.346/01. I02, p. 49. Deeds rei. to Oxford properties at, c. 396, p. 123; e. 307, p Extrs. from rentals ( ) rei. to All Saints and St. Michael's, c. 40I, p.123. Plan of, 1848, a. 22 (R) 4, p. 2. Relations with parish of Combe, c. 342/01. 7, p. 49. Titherent charge, Combe, c. 340, p. 48. Transcr. of bursar's yearly aces., , d , p. 68. Visitation of, , c. 394/01. 22I, p Magdalen coil. Bill of complaint, 1872, rei. to lands in Headington, b. II7/01. I66, p. 12. Charters of, some rei. to Oxfordshire parishes, d. 409/01. 39, p Two scorebooks of cricket club, , , e. I77-8, p. 99. Disputed election to fellowship, 1668, c. 326 /01. 9, p. 44. Papers rei. to land at Tubney, Berks., & Cowley, , c. 224/01. II7, p. 28. Petition of William Henchman on refusal to elect him bursar, 1745, c. 229 /01. 46, p. 29. Plan of, 1848, a. 23 (R) 6; of the Grove, 1848, a. 23 (R), IO, p. 2; of White's house belonging to, d. 434 (R) b, p Plans of tenements of, on 10 sites, a. 54 (R), pp. 125, 126. Proceedings against the fellows of, GENERAL INDEX Oxford University-CoLLEGES Ar-oD HALLS (cont.) 1687, d. 273, p. 73. Properties of, in Longwall St., 1780, b. 23I (R), p Magdalen hall. Plan, 1848, a. 22 (R) 15, p Merton coil. Acc. bk, , of J. Wilding of Merton coli., d. I59, p.61. Calendar of Oxfordshire and coli. records at, d. 46I/I-2 (=R. Top. 683), p. 92. Deeds rei. to Oxford properties at, e. 306, p Drawing of Anthony Wood's monument in chapel, 1695, c. 265 /01. 39, p. 36. Plan, 1848, a. 23 (R) 9, p. 2. Sketches by J. C. Buckler, 19th cent., of, a. 32 /01. 7, p. 3. Transcrs. of deeds of, c. 443/01. 55, p. 124; of statutes of, 1700, e. 2I6, p New coil. Admission of John Purnell as warden, 1740, c. 229/01. 37, p. 29. Bursary papers & domestic accs., , c. 3I5-I9 b, p. 43. List of college members of Convocation, 1854, d. 30I /01. I4, p. 77. Notes by bursars on payments, , b. IOI, p. 9. Plan, 1848, a. 23 (R) 2, p. 2. Plans of tenements of, in Cornmarket & High Streets, 18th cent., b. 227 (R), p Statutes of, 17th cent., e. 283, p Transcrs. of deeds of, c. 444, p. 124; rei. to Oxford properties, e , p Visitations of, , c. 354, p New Inn hall. Plan, 1848, a.22 (R) 8, p Oriel coil. Battel bk., , c. 236/01. I. Bill for horse harness, 1685, ib. / Letter of James Bordman, 1818, rei. to payment of his debt, ib./ol. 2I, p. 31. Notes on map of, and other matters rei. to, e. 3I8/01. 23, p Plan of, with St. Mary's hall, 1848, a. 22 (R) I4, p.2. Transcrs. of deeds of, c. 443/01. 68, p Visitation of, , c. 394/01. 22I, p Pembroke coli. Action for recovery of debt to, c. 1690, c. 326 /01. II6, p. 46. Plan of, 1848, a. 22 (R) 5, p Queen's coli. Additions to MSS. in library from 1852 to 1954, c. 479 (= R. 7. I4), p. 57. Bursar's accounts, , d. 250, p. 71. Deeds at, rei. to Oxford properties, /.54, p Extrs. from Long Rolls

198 18.. GENERAL INDEX Oxford UDiversity-COLLEGES AND HALLS (cant.) of, e. 3IB fol. I4, p Mitchell's benefaction, c. 209 fol. IB, p. zz. Plan of, , a. 23 (R) 2, p. 2; of land on west side of, c. 1710, d. 427 (R), p. 129; of site of old chapel of, d. 429 (R), p Pridden's notes on, 1780, d. ZBI fol. 54, p St. Alban hall. Plan, 1848, a. 22 (R) 7, p St. Edmund hall. Plan of, 1848, a. zz (R) IO, p. 2; of tenement of the principal, in High St., 1848, f. 5B (R), p Transcr. of form of consecration of chapel, c. 392 fol. IoB, p St. John's call. Aces. of Charles Blake, as fellow, , f 43, p. 1I8. Catalogue ofmss belonging to, d. 46B-9 (= R. 7. IB (sf R. 6. 2Z), p. 93. Extrs. of deeds at, e. 334, p Map of site of the groves of, [?17th cent.], a. 59 (R), p Plan of, 1848, a. Z3 (R) B, p. 2. Sketches by J. C. Buckler, a. 32,fol. 7, p. 3. Transcrs., notes, & printed papers rei. to, c. 434, p St. Mary hall. Acc. bk., , of J. Wilding of St. Mary hall, d. I59, p. 61. Notes on map of, and other matters rei. to, e. 3I B fol. 23, p Plan of, 1848, a. IlZ (R) I4, p Somerville call; Plans & elevations of, 1933, a. 62 (R) fols. 1l-5, p Trinity call. Aces, of the president of, , e. IlI7, p Map of site of the groves of, [?17th cent.], a. 59 (R), p Papers rel. to J. Chapman, president, , c. 1l96, p. 41. Plan of, 1848, a. z3 (R) 4, p University call. Caricatures of fellows, a. 33, p. 3. Catalogue of the plate of, 1944, c. 370, p. 52. Disputed election to Gunsley exhibition, 1723, c. 209 fol. B, p. 22. Library register of, , d. 332, p. 81. Minute book of the 'Martlets' Society', , d. 9513, p. 60. Plan of, 1848, a. 22 (R) II, p. 2. Testamur signed by master & 4 fellows, 1683, c. 326 fol. II, p. 45. Transcrs. of deeds of, d. 445, p Wadham call. Letters ofw. O. Maclaine, undergraduate, , d. 482, p. 95. Plan of, , a. 22 (R) I, p. 2. {bcord UDiversity-COLLEGES AND HALLS (cont.) --Worcester coli. List of MSS. belonging to, d. 464 (= R ), P 93. Plan of, 1848, a. 23 (R) 7, p. 2. (4) - GOVERNMENT. General. Letters to Sir William Anson rei. to affairs of, , d. 3Io, p. 78. Papers rei. to Univ. business, 18th-19th cent., c I, p Convocation. Convocation held at Harvard univ., 1941, c. 4IIl, p. 55. Discommonsings, 18th cent., b. B2 fols. 6-'7, p. 7. List of New coil. members of, 1854, d. 30I fol. I4, p Congregation. Papers rel. to agenda for, 18th-19th cent., c I, P Statutes & Decrees. Sir William Blackstone's consideration on power to alter statutes, c. 209 fol. 27, p. 22; Extrs. from statutes, mid- 17th cent., e. 3Bo fols. I49-6B, IBI- 99, 200, p. 1I6. Faculty formulae, 1733, f. 44, p. 1I8. Formulary of Univ. documents & statutes, , e. 297, p. III. - - Chancellor's Court. Latin fragment, 17th cent., rei. to, c. 259fol. I, P.34. Notes rei. to business in, 19th cent., d. z4b, p Vice-chancellor's Court. Action in vice-chancellor's court for debt, 1690, c. 3z6 fol. II6, p. 46. Committal orders by vice-chancellor to House of Correction, 1850, b. I72 fol. 60, p. 18. Conviction before vice-chancellor of a rogue & vagabond, 1835, c. 3z6 fol. IoB, p. 46. Papers rei. to, 1681, C. 442 fol. I4z, P Discipline. Letter of Lloyd, bishop of Oxford, rei. to disciplinary action against a member of Christ Church, 1825, d. 3I4fol. 7I, p. 79. Licence to student of Christ Church to remain overseas, 1581, c. z65 fol. 2B, p. 36. Police records, , b.iz9-63,c.3zo-2,e.z4z-55,p.14. Statement made in accordance with Royal Proclamation of 1643 by a fellow of Merton, d. 3I4 fol. 7B, p. 79. Transcr. of Proctors' black book, to 1734, d. z53, p Officers & offices. Ace. of the Proctors, , t. 3z6 fol. IIO, p. 46. 'Canvass book' in election of chancellor, 1809, b. 25z, p. zz. Elections of burgesses of the University,

199 Oxford University-GoVERNMENT (cont.) , b. I03, p. 9. List of delegates of, , e. I86 fol. 42v, rev., p Vice-chancellors, , e. 372 p. 59d, p Lists of Univ. officials, to 16~0, e. 380, fols. I70-5, I76v, I77v-80, p Papers of high steward, ~, c. 325, p. 44. Testimonial to Sir Robert Inglis, M.P., 1854, d. 30I, p. 77. Sir Edward Turner's qualifications to represent Univ. in Parliament, 1750, c. 209 fol. 20, p. ~~. - - Finance fs property. 'An abstract of writings... [ rei. to] former & present leases, ~1, e. I6I, p. 96. Aces. for matriculation & degree fees, 18~4-5, c. 3I4, p. 43; of vice-chancellors, , d. 249, p. 71. Lists offees laid down by statute, mid-17th cent., e. 380 fols v, 246-9, p. 116; University fee farm rent to Tailors' Company, 1604, e. 277 fol. 2, p Lists fs statistics. Cat. of members, , d , 1815, d , p. 77. Information rei. to mid-17th cent. clergy, d. 390, p. 88. List of graduates, 1814-~4, e. 275, p. 107; of students before 1500, d. 240, p. 70. Numbers of students in 1634 & 1756, e. 365 p. 72, p. ll4. (5) - TEACHING. General. Copies of Univ. lectures, '95~-9, c. 473, p. 57. Declamations for degree of M.A., 1700-~, e. 366, p. ll4. Latin exercises in verse, at Christ Church, , c. 359, p. 5 I. Lecture notes taken by E. W. Watson, 188~- 3, e. 378, p. ll5. 'Letters of advice to a young gentleman...', 1684, d. 344, p. 83. Notebook of Nathaniel Bridges while demy of Magdalen coli., , f. 6I, p. I~O; kept by R. F. Walker of New coli., 1810, e. 364, p. ll4- Notes on procedure of disputations, 17th-18th cent., b. 42 fol. 97, p. 7. Public Education in England, 1815, d. I56, p. 61. Statement on 'The needs of Oxford University' '907, c. 236 fol. 7I, p Professorships. Candidature of W. Sanday for Lady Margaret professorship of Divinity, d. 278, p. 73. Dispute about emoluments of Regius Professor of Greek, 1861, d. I60, p. 61. Lectures by Edward Bentham, of Divinity, 18th cent., e. 225, GENERAL INDEX 18S Oxford University-TEACHING (cont.) p. 103; by J. J. Conybeare, of Poetry, 181~-~1, d , p. 88; by Charles Dyson, of Anglo-Saxon, 181~-16, d. 4I2 fols. I7, 60, p. 89; by E. Nares, of Modern History, 1817-~5, d , pp. 84, 85 LetterofW. E. Gladstone, 1884,rel. to professorship of modem hist., d. 238 fol. 86, p. 69. Letters & papers rei. to chair of Sanskrit, 1860, e. I87, p List of professors 'with the times of their Severall Readings', 1710, e. 365 p. 24, p Lecturerships. Collection of academic orations, 18th cent., d. 3I5, p. 80. Copies of Univ. lectures, , d. 360, p. 85. Romanes lecture, 1930, by Winston Churchill, d. 238fol. 9I, p. 70. HerbertSpencer lecture by C. D. Darlington, 1950, d. 403, p. 89; by Noel Annan, 1960, d. 360 fol. 330, p Readerships. Catalogue of apparatus of T. Hornsby, reader in experimental philosophy, , c. 236 fol. 5, p Examinations. Consent to John Mitford to proceed to degree of B.A., 18~5, c. 265 fot. 52, p. 36. Exercises for degrees by W. Stonehouse, 16~0, 16~8, f. 46, p Exclusion of mathematics from examination in lit. hum., 1809, c. 236 fol. 20, p Theology. Lectures in Divinity by Edward Bentham, 18th cent., e. 225, p. 103; on ecclesiastical hist., 18th cent., e. 226, p Law. Papers rei. to professorship of international law, 19th cent., c. 309 fol. 33, p Medicine. Papers rei. to instruction in physiology, 1884, c. 265 fol. I44, p Literae Humaniores. Greek oration by A. B. Poynton, 1928, c. 265 fol. I58, p. 37. Note on institution of classes in, 1809, c. 236 fol. 20, P.31. Notes on lectures on, , d. 45I-5, p. 91. H. F. Tozer's lectures on Philology, e. 3IO-I5, p. llz. --Modern History. Lectures on English constitutional hist. since 1688, by F. J. Bright, d. 442, p. 91; by E. Nares, Regius professor, , d , pp. 84, 85. Notes taken at lectures on English and

200 186 GENERAL INDEX Oxford University-TEACHING (cont.) German history, , e. 378, p. Il5 - - English. Lectures by Rawlinson Professor of Anglo-Saxon, , d. 4I2/01s. I7, 60, p Oriental Studies. Letters & papers rei. to chair of Sanskrit, 1860, e. I87, p Mathematics. Letter of Baden Powell, 1833, rei. to studies in, c. 236/ Note on exclusion of mathematics from examination, ib. /01. 20, p. 3 r. Notes on prof. J. Bradeley's mathematical lectures, e. 379/0Is , p. Il Scholarships. Craven scholarship, 1781, c. 2I6/ v, p. : Prize Poems {sf Essays. Chancellor's prize, :1, c. 2r6, p. 23, , c. 2I9, p. :17; English essay by J. Miller, 1773, e. 375, p. Il5; Latin verse, 1800, 1801, e. I66, p. 97; poem by John James, 1782, c. 265/01. I88, p. 37. Copies of, 18th-19th cent., d. I62, p. 6r. English poems & essays, d. I63, p. 6:1. Newdigate poems, , d. 474, p. 94; 1960, c. 520, p. 60; , c. 2I6, p Student's notebooks. Latin, with tables of philosophy, 1689, c. 368, p. 5r. Of Nathaniel Bridges, '/. 6I, p. 1:10; Thomas Dickenson. 1690, e. 287, p. 109; Thomas Newman, c. 16:14, /. 39, p. 117; an undergraduate. 18th cent., e. 379, p. Il6; R. F. Walker. 1810, e. 364, p. 1I4; E. W. Watson, 188:1-3.e. 378, p. lis - - Honorary degrees {sf Encomia. Addresses in verse by Thomas Creech on visit of duke of York. 1683, d. 2 4I, p. 70. Creweian oration & other speeches, by A. B. Poyntcin. 193:1. c. 326 /01. 22, p. 45. Latin speech of vice-chancellor, d p. 68; for Amanulla. king of Afghanistan, 19:18, d. 238 / p. 69; speeches by A. B. Poynton. 1931, c..126 /ois. I, I3. p. 44; on presentations for honorary degrees , c. 259 /01. IO, p. 34. Proposals rei. to voting honorary degrees c. 326/01. 35, p. 45. Visit of K. William III and of Q. Anne. 1702, c. 209 /01. II. p. 22. See also (x) Sheldonian Theatre. Oxford University-TEACHING (cont.) - - University extension. Papers rei. to. c. 309/01. 63, p. 43. (6) - RELIGIOUS ORDERS. Extracts from Lincoln muniments rei. to, c. 455/01. 42, p List of Franciscan D.D.s., 1: , d. 382, p. 86; of members of religious houses before 1500, d. 240, p. 70. Notes on general chapters, MS. Top. eccles. c. IO /01. I, p. 135; on the coming of the friars, e. JI8 /ols. II, I7, p. 122; on properties on site of Black Friars, d. 406 / p. 1:1:1. Properties of hospital of St. John. b. 225 (R), p. 1:16. Working copy of The Grey Friars in Oxford by A. G. Little, d. 370, p.86. (7) - LIFE AND MANNERS. General. Account of visit of Dalby family to. 1853, e. 290/01. I, p Annotations to 'Reminiscences of Oxford', b. I64, p. 16. Belgian Refugee committee, ,c , d. 22I-3, e. I90-4, p. 33. Journal of Emily E. Eliot on visit to, 1880, d. 3I4/01. H2, p. 80. 'Oxford in Term-time', 1890, e. I82-3. p. 99. Reports of Council for Unemployed camps c. 4F, p Amusements {sf Sports. Colis. on sports & pastimes, 20th cent., c. 246, d. 20I-4. p. 33. Seasonal feasts in, d. I99. p Caricatures {sf Sketches, {sfc. Caricatures, by F. H. Hill. a. 33, p. 3; 1890, by Max Beerbohm, c p. 35; of fellows of Corpus Christi coli., by O. R. Dawson, b. 92 /01.24, p. I; of University coil. men. a. 33. p. 3. Sketches of academical costume by T. Uwins, 19th cent. b. 92/01. 2, p. I; of Oxford characters, 19th cent. c. 2II-I2, p. 23. Photographs of Oxford men collected by W. N. Waller, d. 4I9. e p. 90; of boat races, late 19th cent., b. 22I. p Clubs {sf Societies. Aces. of Choral and Philharmonic society, 1866-<)2, e p. lor. Books of the Red Herring club , e. 28r, /. 49. p Letters of William Schomberg rei. to clubs in Oxford, d. 338, p. 82. Minute book of the Africa society, , d. 4II. p. 89; of the Ancient History society, , e. I95,

201 GENERAL INDEX Osford University-LIFE AND MANNERS (cont.) p. 100; of Anglo-Gennan society, , d. 239, p. 70; of a book club, , e. 36I, p. II3; of the Cambrian society, , d. 279, p. 74; of the Etonian club, , b. 85, p. 8; of the Girl Guide club, 1941-'7, e. 304, p. II I; of the Graduates Missionary association, 1885-<)8, d. 2I9, p. 67; & accs. of Gymnastic club, , d , p. 84; of The Hennes, 1846-<), d. 36I, p. 85; of Old Mortality club, 1856-<), d. 242, p. 70; of the Philothespian society, , d. 372, p. 86; address to, c. 1882, d. 3I4 /01. 66, p. 79; of the Stubbs society, , d. 292/I-7, e , p. 76; of the Theological dinner, , e. 367, p. 114; of a theological group, , e. 308, p. 112; of the Ambarum club, , e. 230-I, p. 103; of the Bible union, 192D-9, e. 340-I, p. II2; of Fabian society, , d /. 60, p. 93; of the Jowett society, , d. 359/I, 2, p. 85; of the Labour club, , d , p. 76; of the Origen society, , d. 374/I-4, 6-9, p. 86; of the Philosophical society, , e. 369/I-2, p. II5; the Scout club, , d. 328/I-3, , c. 529, p. 81; of the Strafford club, , d.375-7, p. 86. Books of Carlton club, , d. 472/I, 2, e. 370, p. 94. Notebookrel. to 'The Club', , e. 38I, p. II7. Papers rei. to the O.U. Reading Room, , e. I62-3, p. 96. Pennission tu French club to perfonn plays, 1914, d. 3I4/01. 5I, p. 79. Photographs of members of Loders club, , d. 4I9, p. 90. Press cuttings rei. to O. U. Co-operative society, 1914, d. 4I8, p. 90. Programmes and notes rei. to Choral society, , d. 483, p. 95. Record book of 'The Old Mortality Junior' , e. 284, p Suggestion book of the Gennan club, , d. 4I7, p. 90. Training notebook of Boat club Trial Eights, 1876, e. 345, p. II 3. (8) - ExTERNAL RELATIONS. Parliament fs1 Royal Commissions. Acts rei. to, done by the Crown, d. 300 /01. 2, p. 77. Letter from W. E. Gladstone, 1854, d. 3I4 /01. 64, Oxford University-EXTERNAL RE LATIONS (cont.) p. 79. Parliamentary Visitors, orders of, 1654, c. 2I4, p. 23. Univ. Commissioners, acts of, , d.,i57, p. 61. Royal Commission, papers rei. to, 1850, c. 286, p. 40; letter, 1852, from Albert, Prince Consort, rei. to, e. 290/01. I7, p. IIO; evidence before, 1922, b. I04-9, c. 267, p. 9. (9) - HISTORY AND ANTIQUITIES. Annals, , c. 25I-7, d , p. 34. Catalogue of printed bks. rei. to. 1857, c. 356, p. 50. Chronicle, , d. 404 /01. I, p. 12I. Calls. rei. to, 18th cent., c. 2I7, p. 26. Contents of Lambeth MS. 221, rei. to, c. 455 /01. 7 I, p Extrs. of hist. of, collected by J. R. Green, , e. I96, p. 100; from Langbaine's 'Foundation of the University...', 1651, e. 365, p. II4. Historical & antiquarian colis. of P. Manning, , d. I79-84, p. 66. Historical events, , d. 232, p. 68. List of Contents of Royal MS. 12. D. XI rei. to, c. 455 /01.72, p Miscellanea, printed & manuscript, , c. 236, p. 31. Misc. papers rei. to, , a. 29, p. 3. Notes by G. Rigaud, c. 258 /01. I, p. 34; by Philip Bliss, 19th cent., e , p Papers, , rei. to, c. 325, p. 44; letters, 18th cent., rei. to, b. 82, p. 7. Reg. of Volunteer Corps, 1859-'73, b. I28, p. 14. Pridden's notes rei. to, 1780, d. 28I, p. 74. Salter's lecture notes on, c. 436, p Transcrs. of passages rei. to, MSS. in Brit. Mus. & elsewhere, c. 302, p. 42. (IO) - RECORDS. Almanacs. 'The Oxford Almanacks', 1904, c. 352, p. 50. 'An Almanack for The Jewish Kalendar', /. 43, p. II 8. Notes on Oxford Almanacs, b. I22 / , p Archives. Extrs. & transcrs. from, c. 442 /01. I48, p. 124.Transcr. of Registrum Asa, c. 308 a, b, p Literary pieces. 'The Anti Newdigate. Dedicated to members of the University..., 1849', d. 336, p. 82. Comedy by James Miller. 1729, c. 265/01. I8I, p. 37. Fifteen Latin pieces rei. to, 18th cent., e. 309, p. II 2. Lecture given, 1922, by 'Dr. Emil Busch' on 'Freud and

202 188 GENERAL INDEX Oxford University-RECoRDs (cont.) the new psychology'-a hoax, c. 26I, p. 35. List of 'Narranda' by F. Madan, 1929, d. 3I4/01. I46, p. 80. Odes and poems by Sprat, Dryden, &c., 17th cent., e. 202/0Is. 43, II4, p.i01. 'Oxford... Verses on public occasions', , e. I58, p. 96. The Oxford Argo, poem on the Oxford Movement, 1845, e. I65, p. 97. Paper in Latin on the fourth eclogue of Virgil, 1801, e. I68, p. 97. Romance, 'Oxfordia Britanica [sic] on the duke of Clarance' [sic], 1851, d. 258, p. 72. 'Strephon's Revenge, A satire on the Oxford Toasts', 1718, e. I67, p. 97. Copy of 'The Whippiad', humorous poem, 1800, e. 232, P I04 Oxford Diocese. Addresses by H. J. Carpenter, bishop, to Diocesan Conferences, 1956, d. 3I4 /01. 80, p. 79. Appointment & fees of apparitors, , c. 229/01. I, p. 29. Marriage bonds & affidavits, , c. 39I /01. I, p. 54. Material rei. to hist. of, d. 226 (= R. Top. 73z)fol. 8, p. 68. Records of Oxford Clerical association, , , d I, p. 89. Transcr. of docs. re-establishing bishopric, 1546,1555, b. 88, p archdeaconry 0/ Ox/. Acts by the archdeacon rei. to University, d. 300/01. 68, p. 77. Dispute between archdeacon and bishop, 1738, c. 209 /01. I4, p. 22. Extrs. from Lincoln registers of institutions, , c. 245, p. 33. Index to some Archdeaconry Papers in the Bodleian, c. 323 (= R ), p. 44. Marriage bonds & affidavits, , c. 39I/ol. 26,p. 54. Smoke farthings for parishes in, d. 4IO/I p. I22, p Oxfordshire. CHURCH NOTES. For, , e. 262, p Greenwood's notes for, , e. 286 /01. 80, p Medieval ecclesiastical records for, c. 394, p COURTS AND QUARTER SESSIONS. Records of the county court, 1371, c. 392/01. IO, p Typescript of Calendar of quarter sessions, , d. 44I/I,3,4,5(= R I), P FEET OF FINES. Conspectus of (John-Henry III), c. 437, p HISTORY AND TOPOGRAPHY. Catalogue of printed bks. rei. to, to 1857, c. 356, p. 50. CoIl. of histories of Oxfordshire-HISTORY AND Topo GRAPHY (cont.) parishes of, 20th cent., c. 5I 5, p. 59. CoIls. for 'Oxonia Restaurata', 1801, c. 336, p. 48; by Charles Richardson, 19th cent., d. I7I-3, p. 65; on sports & pastimes in, 17th & 20th cent., c. 246, d. 20I-4, p. 33. Index of Lamborn's bks. rei. to, d. 477 (= R ), p. 94. List of drawings, photographs, &c., rei. to, 19th cent., e. I75/01. I30, p. 98. MS. material for, in library of Society of Antiquaries, e. I75 / , p. 99. Magdalen coil. charts. rei. to, d. 409/01. 39, p Material rei. to, d. 220 (= R. Top. 732) /01. I, p. 68; in British and Victoria & Albert Museums, e. I75/ , p. 98. Misc. coils. rei. to, , c. 290, p. 40; rei. to, 18th & 19th cent., b. II6, p. I I. Misc. papers rei. to, a. 29, p. 3. Notes on, 19th cent., d. 2I5 /01. 43, p. 67; in The Gentleman's Magazine, b. II6 /01. I35, p. 11; sources of, e. I75, p. 98. Papers of lord lieutenant of, , c. 325, p. 44. Par. index to MSS. in Bodleian, 1929, c. 323 (= R ), p. 44. Photographs of 'Listed' Buildings in, 1956-, c , p. 58. Plans, maps, & architectural sketches of buildings & sites, a. 24, p. 2. Pridden's coils. rei. to, d. 282/0Is. 66, I44, p. 74. Salter's lecture notes on, c. 436, p. 13+ Speed's map of, 1605, c. 262 /01. viii, p MANORS. Accs. & papers rei. to some, , b. I66, p. 16. Table of lords of 16 pars. in, e. I74 p. IOI, p. 98. Paget (Samuel, jun.). His agreement to buy brewery in Yarmouth, 1804, c. 229/01. 99, p. 29. Paintin (Harry). Personal papers of, c. 4IO-II, p. 55. Note on 'Early closing in Oxford', d. 237, p. 69. Notes & coils. on Burford and Holton, d. 398, p. 89. Palmer (Peregrine). Letter describing speech in House of Commons, 1754, c. 209/01. 25, p. 22. Papal encroachments. Memorial to queen, 1850, b. III/oT. I25, p. 10. Parish chests. Contents of Oxfordshire, 1958, c. 509-IO (= R ), P 58.

203 GENERAL INDEX Park (Ronald). Compiler of 'Christ Church in the Dictionary of National Biography'. 1951, c. 450, p. 55. Parker (miss A. F.). Transcripts by, 1901, c. 354, p. SO. Parker (C. L.). Lease to him of Old Swan inn, Oxford, 1846, a. 55 (R) h, p.126. Parker (G.). Transcr. of Registrum Aaa, c. 308 a, b, p. 42. Parker (James). Chronological list of buildings in Oxford, by him, d. 1l31l fol. Il, p. 68. Drawings of shields of arms by him, 1849, d. 457 fol. I, p.92. Letter, 1907, from him, concerning date of Littlegate in Oxford, d. 1l38fol. 37, p. 69. Parker & Son, booksellers. Tables of the titles, and descent, of d. 1l31l fol. 89, p. 68. Parliamentary elections. See Elections. Parry (William), calligrapher. Transcrs. made by him, 1749, e. 309, p.112. Parsons (E. J. S.). Thesis on proclamations of Charles I, d. 329/I-Il, p.81. Parsons (Samuel). His survey oflands in Wolvercote, 1636, c. 334, p. 06. Patents. Patents to persons in Oxfordshire, , d. I75, p.65. Patterson (John). His agreement to sell brewery in Yarmouth, 1804, c. 1l1l9 fol. 99, p. 29. Paving Acts. Rough minutes of commissioners of, in Oxford, , e. 292, p. IIO. Pearce (C. Maresco). Drawings of Oxford houses, 1931, b. 250, p. 22. Pearce (S. S.). Notes & transcrs. rei. to hist. of Combe, 20th cent., c , 347-8, d. 330-I, p. 48. Pearson (-). Copy of plan of Oxford city by, 1817, a. 23 (R) 3, p. 2. Pearson (Edward). Letter, 2 Aug. 1766, c. 229fol. 25, p. 29. Pelham (H. F.). Notes on his lectures given in 1892, d. 454fol. 3, p. 91. Pemberton (James). Latin poem by him, c. 2I6 fol. 5Iv, p. 24; 1784, c. 2I9fol. 43, p. 27. Penrose (T[homas]). Latin poem by him, 1790, c. 2I6 fol. I2, p. 24. Penson (Thomas). His aces. of estates of earl of Abingdon, 1786, b. I96, p. 137; to trustees of lord Abingdon, , MS. Top. Berks., b. 36, p Fines received by him in earl Penson (Thomas) (cant.) of Abingdon's court, 1787, e. 303, P 138. Pepys (-). Latin poem by him, c. 2I6 fol. 62, p. 24. Perrott (George). Confirmation of arms to, 1549, d. I70 fol. 63, p. 64. Perrott (Simon). Extrs. made by him of survey of North Leigh, 1675'/.36, p. II7 PeshaU (sir John). Colis. for hist. of north Oxfordshire pars., 18th cent., c. 307, p. 42. Petitions. From prisoners in Oxford jail, 1794, c fol. I5, p. 45. Pharsalia. Title-page to Nicholas Rowe's translation of, 1718, a. 20 fol. II, p. I. Philips (John). Latin epitaph of, e. I69 p. 7I, p. 97. PhiUimore (Joseph). Essay on Chivalry, 1798, d. I63 fol. 360, p.63. PhiUpotts (Owen Surtees). Lecture notejl taken by him while at Worcester coll., , d. 45I-5, p. 91. Photographs of Oxfordshire. List of, rei. to, 19th cent., e. I75fol. I30, p. 98. Of 'Listed' Buildings, 1956-, c , p. 58. Pindar (Peter). Poem by him, 1790, c. 2I9 fol. 89, p. 27. Pinke [Robert]. Letter from Laud, as bp. of London to him as Warden of New coll., 1633, c fol. I25 P 46. Pishiobury, Herts. Concord rei. to manor, 1339, c. 48I fol. 252, p. 21. Pitt (William). Extrs. from his will, 1806, c. IlI9 p. 93, p. 27. Pittaway family. Pedigree, a. 49 (R), p.6. Plot (Robert). Oration on him, 1927, d. 238 fol. 43, p. 69. Ploughley Hundred. Descriptions of churches in, d. I68 fol. I31l, p. 64. Incumbents of, d. 460, P 145 Plowman (W). Plates of Cowley ch. by, 19th cent., c fol. Il, P 37 Poetry. ENGLISH, COLLECTIONS AND MISC. Anonymous poems, 18th cent., c. 1l1l0 p. I seqq., p. 27. List of titles of Oxford & Cambridge verses on public occasions, , e. I58, p. 96. Odes and poems by Sprat, Waller, Dryden, &c. 17th cent., e. 1l01l fols. 43 &! II4, p Oxford poems., , c fol.

204 190 GENERAL INDEX Poetry. ENGLISH, COLLECTIONS AND MIsc. (cont.) 5z, p. 4S; 1790-S, d. I63, p. 62. Poems, 17th cent., e. 380 fols. I75v seqq., p. 116; in notebook of Thomas Newman, 1624, f. 39, p. 117; submitted for Oxford prizes, 18th- 19th cent., d. I6z, p. 61; written in 18th cent., c. ZZO, p. 27; by William Benwell, 1793, c. 296 fof. 23, p. 41; by C. Brinsden (c. 1729), C. 220 p. 29, p. 27; by S. Harding, d. 28I fof. I84, p. 74; by R. Mant, 18th cent., c. 296 fol. ZI, p. 41. Prize poems by Oxford men, , c. zi6 fol. 23, p. 23; c. 2I9, p. 27. Verses by George Canning, 1793, c. 236 fol. I3; by William Crowe, 1793, ib.fol. IS; by Cyril Jackson, 1793, ib. fol. I6, p. 31; by Lewis Jones, 18th cent., e. I67 fols. 24 fej 28, p. 97; made at Eton, Oxford & Cambridge, from printed sources, 18th cent., e. I72; in undergraduate's notebook, 18th cent., ib., p INDIVIDUAL POEMS (SUBJECTS AND TITLES). On death of Mr. Swift, surgeon of Oxford, 19th cent., e. 364 fol. 50, p 'The Oxford nosegay or the Pinks & Belles of Oxford', 1825, c. 326 fol. I9, p. 45. 'Strephon's Revenge, A satire on the Oxford Toasts', 1718, e. I67, P.97. Sonnet composed under shadow of Joe Pullen, a tree on Headington Hill, 1806, e. 364 fol. I20, p The Whippiad, humorous poem, 1800, e. 232, p GREEK. Oxford Prize Poems, 18th- 19th cent., c. 2I6, pp INDIVIDUAL POEMS (INCIPITS). I'm vexed to see my muse..., e. 280 fol. 678, rev., p On a time the fayry elwes, 17th cent., e. 380 fols. I75v-6, p. II6. The Proxy. Eng: Ch: Novr. 1793, c. 2I9 p. 90, p. 27. When Heav'n the Guardian, 18th cent., e. 379 fol. I6, p. II6. - LATIN, COLLECTIONS. Cambridge theses, 18th cent., d. I63, p. 62. Chancellor's Prize poems 18th cent., c. ZI9 fols. I-93, p. 27. Copies of poems submitted for Oxford Prizes, 18th-19th cent., d. I6z, p. 61; composed & recited in Oxford, I 790-S, d. I63, fof. 268, p. 62. Notes on Christopher Smart's Tripos Verses, 174D-2, e. I72. Pieces taken from Exercitia Etonensia, ib. fols. 4I seq., Poetry-LATIN, COLLECTIONS (cont.) p. 98. Poems, , submitted for Chancellor's & Newdigate Prizes, including some by Christ Church & Cambridge men & Eton boys, c. 2I6, p. 23. Transcrs. of pieces rei. to Oxford, 1749, e. 309, p. II2. Verses mainly by Ch. Ch. men, 18th cent., e. I69, p. 97; Westminster scholars, 1700, e. I69 p. 2I, P INDIVIDUAL POEMS (SUBJECTS & TITLES). Carmen ad Festum divae Catherinae..., 17 I 3, d. JI 4 fol. 39, p. 78. On the Orrery, 18th cent., e. 379 fols , p. II6. Typographeum Clarendonianum, 171S, c. 265/01. I93, p. 37. Pokins family. Notes from Woodstock manor rolls rei. to, c. 345/01. 36, p. 49 Pollard (A. F.). Lecture notes taken by, c. 1890, d. 442, p. 91. Ponsonby (sir Charles). Records of Glympton in his custody, d. 255, p. 133 Poor law. Administration of, in Ewelme, , c. 23I, p. 30. Porson ([Richard]). Holder of Craven scholarship, 1781, c. 2I6 / v, P 24 Porston, Lancs. Deeds rei. to, d. 385, p.87 Porteus (Beilby), bp. 0/ Lond. Sermon at St. Paul's, London, 1789, c. 2I9 p. 76, p. 27 Portland, William Henry Cavendish Bentinck, 3rd duke 0/. Lines in honour of, 1792, b. I70/01. 24, p. 17; d. I63/ v, p. 62. Verses intended to have been spoken by him, 1793, c. 236/01. IS, p. 31. Portraits. Letter about Oxford portraits, 18th cent., d. 238 fol. 50, p.69 Potterne. Wilts. Bertie family charter rei. to, MS. Ch. Wilts. 327, P 140 Powell (-). His title to Forest Hill, 1652, b. IZ2/01. 48, p. 12; c. 289/01. :r08, p. 13. Powell family. Papers,.&c., rei. to, c. 289, p. 13. Powell (Anne). Suit rei. to jointure, 1685, c. 289/01. I48, p. 13. Powell (B[aden]). Letter to provost of Oriel rei. to mathematical studies, 1833, c. Z36 fol. 23, p. 31. Powell (Mary). Wife of Milton, c. 289, p. 13

205 Powell (Richard). Complaint of, 17th cent., b. I22 fol. 254, p. 12. Conveyance of lands in Wheatley, 1663, c. 289 fol. I02; Copy of will, 1646, ib. fol. 49, p. 13. Covenant rei. to Forest Hill, 1683, b. I22 fol. I06, p. 1:1. Marriage settlement, 1680, c. 289 fol. 49. Terrier of his lands, 1681, ib.fol. 92, p. 13. Powell (sir William). Conveyance of lands in Wheatley to him, 1663, c. 289fol. I02, p. 13. Powney (Penystone). Letter about proceedings in Parliament, 1753, c. 209fol. 24, p. :1:1. Poynitz family. Pedigree of, c. 262 fol. 66', p. 35. Poynton (A. B.). Copy letter on 'The effects of the war on Oxford', 1914, c. 326 fol. 38. Creweian oration & other speeches, i93:1, ib. fol. 22, p. 45. Greek oration, 19:18, c. 265 fol. I58, p. 37. Latin speech presenting king of Afghanistan, 1928, d. 238 fol. 79, p. 69. Latin speeches, 193 I, c. 326 fois. I, I3, p. 44. Oration on Robert Plot, 1927, d. 238 fol. 43, p. 69; presenting duke of York, 1928, c. 265fol. I83, p. 37. Proposals rei. to voting honorary degrees, 1928, c. 326 fol. 35. Speech introducing Cyril Bailey for honorary degree, 1934, ib. fol. 36; Edward Rudolf for honorary degree, 193:1, ib. fol. 2I, p. 45. Pratt (Walter). Copy of will, b. 42 fol. I8, p. 7.. Preedy (Charles James). Commission in militia, 1830, c. 290 fol. I8, p. 40. Prescott (Alexander). Copy of will, 1616, b. I22 fol. 2I9, p. 1:1. Prestbury, ehes. John Watson, vicar, c. I800, c. 2I9, p. 27. Price (E. B.). Drawings of Caesars at Sheldonian theatre, 1845, d. 238 fol. 28, p. 69. Price (John). Fees received by him as Bodley's librarian, , e. 2I5, p.102. Price (Mary). Assault on her, 1742, c. 326fols. I06, I07, p. 45. Prices. Of barley, wheat, &c., in Oxfordshire, before 1649, c. 378, p. 53. Prickett (Charles). Papers rei. to, ,C. 225, p. 28. Pridden (John). His topographical colis. rei. to Oxford & Oxfordshire, 1780, d. 28I-2, p. 74. Prideaux (Humphrey). His preferment to Woodstock, 1683, d. 3I4 fol. I09, p. 80. CtNtR.AL INDEX 191 Priest End, Thame. Fines in manorial court of, 1761-'70, e. 302, p Rents of earl of Abingdon in, 1760, e. 300, p Survey & valuation of, 18th cent., c. 38I, p Prince (Daniel), bookseuer. Letters of John Kynaston, 1783, b. 42 fol. 67, p. 7.. Prisons. Benefactions to Oxfordshire, 1872, c. 290fol. 4I, p. 41. Privy Council. Squib on election of a privy councillor, 1808, c. 2I9 p. IOO, P 27 Prosser (Richard B.). Compileroflist of patents, , d. I75, p. 65. Pryor (Charles). Note on, b. u8 fol. 25, p. 1:1. Pugin (A.). Drawings of buildings in Oxfordshire, a , p. 4. Puller (C[hristopher]). Poem, 1793, c. 2I6 fol. IOI, p. :15; 1794, d. I62 fol. 3, p. 61. Puller (Thomas). Monumental inscription to, 1793, d. I63 fol. 77", p.6:1.. Purleigb, Essex. Deeds rei. to, d. 385, p.87. Purley, Berks. Quit rent on Purley Marlings farm, 1671, c. 326fol. I50, P.46 Purnell (John). His admission as warden of New coli., 1740, c. 229 fol. 37, p. :19 Pusey (E. B.). Letter rei. to Oppenheimer collection in Bodleian library, 18:17, c. 326 fol. 50, p. 45. pyrton. Copy of enclosure award, 1851, d. 352 fol. I. Extracts from 'Mr. Bell's Book' rei. to, d. 401/!iI fol. 44", p. 13:1. Map of common fields of, 1851, MS. Maps Oxon. a. 30 (R), p Materials for history of, c. 207, c Notes on, c. 446 fol. 78. Partial transcr. of churchwardens' aces. of, , e Tenants by military service in, d. 40I/2 fol. 39, p. 13:1. Tracing of map of manor of, MS. Maps Oxon. a. 8 (R); Clare in, ib. a.io(r), p Quebec. Poem on conquest of, 1768, c. 2I6 fol. I9, p. :14. Railways. Papers rei. to Oxford extension of the Wycombe railway, 1863, c. 376, p. 53. Raine (J[onathan). Poem. 1785, c. 2I6 fol. I38, p. :IS; ib. fol. I44. p. :16.

206 IP GENERAL INDEX Raleigh (sir Walter). Two letters Rewleyabbey. Seal of, 1431, c. 37I, from him to vice-chancellor and p. 52. Prof. D. Nichol Smith, 1919, d. 3I4 Richards (G.). Poem, 1787, c. 2I6 /01. I36, p. 80. /01. 4, p. 24. Randolph (-). Latin exercise in Richards (George). Latin poem on verse, 18th cent., c. 359, p. 51. visit of George III to Oxford, 1786, Randolph (Charles). Letter rei. to d. I58, p. 61. his promotion in Royal Navy, 1815, Richardson family. Pedigree, c. 346 b. I70/01. 66, p. 18. / v, p. 49. Randolph (Francis). Copy of his will, Richardson (Charles). His calls. for b. I70/01. 56, p. 17. Oxfordshire, 19th cent., d. I7I-3, Randolph (John), bp. o/ox/. Letters p. 65. from him to Thomas Lambard Richardson (J. V.). Drawings of 18th-19th cent., d , p. 84. Temple Cowley manor by, 19th Papers of, 18th & 19th cent., cent., c. 266, p. 37. b. I70, p. 17. Tutor of Christ Church Ridell (Nicholas). Copy letters of in , c. 359, p. 51. stitution for him to rectory of Randolph (Thomas), pres. of Corpus Tusmore, 1434, d. JI4 /01. 77, Christi call., Oxford. Election as, p , c. 350, p. 50. Copy of will, Ridley (Nicholas), bp. 0/ London. The b. I70/01. 56, p. 17. arms of, d. JI4/01. 44, p. 79. Ex- Randolph (rev. Thomas), rector of penses of imprisonment & execution, Much Hadham, Herts. Papers of, 1555, c. 295, p th cent., b. I70/01. 62, p. 17. Rigaud (Gibbes). Lectures on hist. Randolphs [Thomas]. On 'payeing & topography of Oxford by him, his Creditors', 17th cent., e e. 282, p. 108; Report from /ols. I77v, I80v, I85, p. n6. military point of view of ground Rashdall (Hastings). Letter, 2 Mar. to east of Oxford, 1849, c. 2I3, 1888, c. 2I7/01. ii, p. 26. Letter, p , on appointment as dean of Risborough, Bucks. Deeds rei. to, Carlisle, c. 326/01. 6I, p. 45. His d. 385, p. 87. papers, c. '900, d. 348, p. 84. Ritchie (A. D.). Herbert Spencer Transcrs. of visitations of New call., lecture by him, 1943, d. 360 /01. 33, 16th cent., c. 354, p. 50. Rathbone ([John Egerton]). Poem, p. 85. Ritchie (D. G.). Notes, perhaps on 1798, c. 2I6/01. 4, p. 23, /01. I09, his lectures given in 1891, d. 452 p. 25. /01. 6 v, p. 91. Rathgeber (C.). Extrs. from Essay on Roberts (Edward). Execution at study of architecture, d. I68/01. 2, Oxford for murder, 1872, c. 326/01. P 64. Rawlinson (Richard). Letter rei. to II7, p. 46. Roberts (William). Essay on Refinevault containing his coffin, d. 238 ment, 1788, d. I63/01. I66, p. 62. /01. I7, p. 69. Robertson (Abram). Original com- Ray River. Royal warrant, 1645, rei. to position by, 1782, d. I63/01. II7, navigation of, c. 326/01. I28, p. 46. p. 62. Rayner-Smith (C.). Notes on Cottis- Robinson (J. E.). Vicar of Chieveley, ford by, d. 47I/ol. 2I, p. 93. Berks., , b. 220, p. 19. Reade (Edward Anderdon). Early Rogers (Annie M. A. H.). Letterfrom hist. of Ipsden by him, 19th cent., her to L. H. D. Buxton, 1931, e. 290 d. 342, p. 83. /01.22, p. no. Reading abbey. 'Committee [of Rooke (Henry). Clerk of the Rolls, sequestration] sitting at', 1646, 1746, b. II8/01. 25, p. 12. c. 326/01. I46, p. 46. Roosevelt (Franklin D.). Confer- Recusants. Lands of, in Oxford- ment of degree of D.C.L. on, 1941, shire, 1700, d. 35I, p. 84. Redrobe (Edward). Presentation to c. 4I2, p. 55. Rossetti (Dante Gabriel). Three letvicarage of Chipping Norton, 1683, ters of, 1861, d. I44, p. 60. c. 326/01. 48, p. 45. Rotheram (John). Terrae filius Reform Bill, Petition against, speech by him,,67', e. 202/01. I05, c. 326/01. I29, p. 46. p. 101.

207 Rotherfield Greys. Drawings of Grays Court, a. 48 fol. 68, p. 5. Parochial description, IS01, c. 336 fol. 99, p. 48. Rotherfield Peppard. Parochial description, ISOI, c. 336fol. 90v, p. 4S. Round (James Thomas). Acc. as proctor of Oxford Univ., IS29-30, c. 326 fol. IIO, p. 46. His accs., &c., , as fellow of Balliol coll., d. 4I6, p. 90; IS27-30, as bursar of Balliol coli., e , p Routh(M.J.). Letter,IS25,fromhim to Mr. Dyer, d. 238 fo!. 79, p. 69. Rowe (Nicholas). Title-page of his translation of 'Pharsalia', 171S, a. 20 fol. II, p. 1. Rowney (Thomas) Letters to the University, 17oS-26, b. 82, p. 7. Royal family. Photographs of, IS60, e. 349, p. 90. 'Speech made to their Majesties, at... entrance to Bath...,' e. 202 fo!. I24, p Rudge, Som. Bertie family charter rei. to, MS. Ch. Som. 8I, p Rudolf (Edward de Montjoie). Speech on presentation for his honorary degree, 1932;, c. 326 fol. 2I, p. 45. Rusher (William). Plan of his tenement in High Street, Oxford, IS60, f. 59 (R), p Ruskin (John). Thanks to him for gift to the University, IS61, b. I03, p. 9. Rycote. Earl of Abingdon's rents in, 1760, e. 300, p. 13S. Bertie family papers rei. to, b. I2I. Catalogue of library at, 1801, c. 382, p Chartersrel. to, MSS. Ch. Oxon.4I79-83, p Drawings of, 19th & 20th cent., b. 248fol. 72, p. 20. Q. Elizabeth I at, 1576, d. 238 fol. 32, p. 69. Survey & valuation of, ISth cent., c. 38I, p Valuation offarms of earl of Abingdon in, 1830, b. 2IO fol. I7, p. '37. Ryley (William), Clarencieux. Signature to descent of Saunders family, 1659, b. 2I9 (R), p. 19. St. Scholastica. Notes on day of, b. II6 fol. 52, p. II. Salisbury, diocese of. Appointment of John Hume as bp., 1766, c. 229 fol. :15, p. 29. SaIter (Herbert Edward). Letter from him to E. A. G. Lamborn, 1947, rei. to Edgcombe, mayor of Oxford, d. JI4fol. 38, p. 78. Notes and colis. B8972 GENERAL INDEX 193 o SaIter (Herbert Edward) (cant.) of, pp Papers rei. to foundation of Divinity school, 1908, c. 234, P 30. Sandale (John de). Letter from him as bp. of Winchester, , c. 455 fol. 72, p Sanday (W.). His candida,ure for Lady Margaret professorship, 1895, d. 278, p. 73. Sandby (Paul). Photograph of drawing of Market place, Witney, a. 48 fol. 70, p. 5 Sandford on Thames. Colis. for preceptoryof, c. 449fol. I09,P. 133; Lands of recusants in, 1700, d. 35I, p.84. Sandford St. Martin. Charters rei. to, c. 393, p Drawing of cross, a. 48 fol. 98, p. 5. Sarsden. Transcrs. of par. regs., ,c.233,P.30. For , d. I78, p. 65. Saunders family. Genealogy and heraldic roll, 1659, b. 2I9 (R), p. 19. Saunders (Thomas). His descent, 1659, b. 2I9 (R), p. 19. Savage (Abner). Oxford city police inspector, , e , p. 15. Savile (sir Henry). Letters in Latin to him, 1583 & 1595, c. 326 fol. 63, P 45 Sawbridg (James). Survey of land near Banbury, 1575, c. 454, p. 56. Sawkins (-). Latin exercise in verse, 18th cent., c. 359, p. 5 I. Sawkins (Charles). On Fell's speech, 1783, d. JI4foi. I, p. 78. Saxinton. Colis. for hist. of, 18th cent., c. 307, p. 42. Say (Robert). Passes bill for horse harness, as provost of Oriel, c. 1685, c. 236 fol. 2, p. 31. Scaliger (Joseph). Letter in Latin to Sir Henry Savile, 1595, c. 326 fol. 63, p. 45. Schawe (John). His will, 1429, b. 42 fol. 63, p. 7 Schiller (F. C. S.). Three letters to him from F. Madan rei. to proposed publication, Talebearers, 1929, d. 3I4 fol. I46, p. So. Schomberg (William). Letters from him to John Davidson, , d. 338, p. 82. Schutz family. Copy pedigree, b. II7 fol. I54, p. I I. Scott (G. R.). Photograph of caricature by Max Beerbohm, c. 264 fa/. 5, p. 35

208 194 GENERAL INDEX Scott (George Gilbert), architect. Letter, 1840, rei. to Martyrs' Memorial, Oxford, b. II2,fol. 7, p. 10. Scott (John), earl of Eldon, see Eldon. Scott Oohn OIdrid), architect. Designs for Examination schools, a (R), p. 4. Scrope family. Sketch pedigrees and notes on, d. 404fol. 93, rev., p. IZI. Seacourt, Berks. Bertie family charter rei. to, MS. Ch. Berks. 88I, p Survey & valuation of manor of, 18th cent., c. 38I, p Seals. Monastic seals of Oxfordshire, c. 37I, p. 52. Sedley (Anthony). Prisoner in Burford, 1649, c. 3II, p. 43. Selwyn ([George)). Poem, 1787, c. 2I6 fol. I42, p. 26. Sequestration. 'Committee of Berks. sitting at Reading abbey', 1646, c. 326 fol. I46, p. 46. Serjeant (D. L. T.). Plan of Christ Church, a. 62 (R)fol. I, p. 6. Sermons, English. Sermons preached at Oxford, 1596, f. 53, p. 120; c. 1620, f. 52, p. II9. Sermon preached at St. Paul's, Lond., 23 Apr. 1789, c. 2I9 p. 76, p. 27. Shadwell (Charles). Papers rei. to foundation of Divinity school, 1908, c. 234, p. 30. Letters, 1880, to him rei. to clerical restrictions on college fellowships, c. 236 fol. 25. Letters & notes on arms of City of Oxford, 1908, ib fol. 83, p. 31. Sheppard (Elizabeth). Author of 'Shepilinda's memoirs of... Oxford, ', d. 287, p. 75. Sheridan (Richard Brinsley). Speech at trial of Warren Hastings, 1788, c. 2I9 p. 67, p. 27. Shifford. Index to marriages in par. regs. of, e. I73, p. 98. Shiplake. Aces. rei. to manor, , b. I66, p. 16. Charters rei. to, c. 393, p Papers rei. to, , c. 335, p. 48. Shipton-on-Cherwell. Charters rei. to, c. 393, p Shipton-under-Wychwood. Ace. book & bankruptcy of Thomas Taylor of, , c. 390; c. 39I fol. 43; Bonds & affidavits accumulated by vicar, , ib. fol. 26, p. 54. Index to par. regs. of, , & hist. notes on, c , p. 32. Survey of manor of, 1617, d. I69, p.64 Shirburn. Charters of, d. 4Ioj2 fol. 3, Shirburn (cont.) p List of papers from the castle, c. 404 fol. 249, p Materials for hist. of, c , p. 131; c. 404fol. I3I, p Miscellanea rei. to, d. 4IO/I, pp. 2, 45, p Tracing of map of manor and castle, MS. Maps Oxon. a. 3I (R), p. 125; 'Shirburn Woods', 1901, MS. Maps Oxon. a. 22 a-b, p Tracings of maps of, 1737, 1660, 1810, MS. Maps Oxon. a. 2 (6-8, I3-I5), a. 4 (R), p. 134; Golder, 1738, MS. Maps Oxon. a. 2 (I3-I5), p Transcrs. from 'Chamberlain evidences' rei. to, c. 446 fol. 9", p. 132; of par. reg. of, , e. 295, p Unpublished lecture on, c. 446 fol. 78, p Shorting (C. G. H.). Skit on 'Oxford in the 19th century', 1861, d. I60, p.61. Shotover. Auction of House, b. II7 fol. I56, p. II; 1871, ib. fol. I76, p. 12. Engraving of House, 1750, ib.fo!. I65. Notes on, ib., p. I I. Shrewsbury, Francis Talbot, IIth ea"z of. Title to manor of Bampton, , b. I69fol. 26, p. 17. Shrewsbury, George Talbot, I4th earl of. Survey of his Heythrop estate, 1759, d. 39I, p. 88. Siamese twin. Birth of doublebodied child, 1552, d. 243, p. 70. Sidgwick (Arthur). Caricature, 1890, c. 264, p. 35. Sidmouth, Henry Addington, Ist viscount. Essay on affinity between painting & writing, 1779, c. 2I9 p. I7, p. 27. Signet. Hist. of, 1954, c. 5I 5 fol. 40, P 59 Simeon (sir Edward). Court baron as lord of Britwell and of Minigrove, , d. 238 fo!. 52, p. 69. Simeons (Simons) family. Pedigrees, c. 265 fol. ISO", p. 37. Simmons 0.). Lease to him from Magdalen coli., 1855, a. 54 (R) b, p. 125 Simpson (T.). Description of Stanton St. John ch., 1842, d. I68 fo!. 67, p.64. Skelton 0.). Drawings for Oxonia antiqua restorata, 1823, a. 32 fol. 7, p. 3. Letter to, rei. to engraving of plates, 1828, d. 238 fol. 2, p. 69. Skinner (-). Latin exercise in verse, 18th cent., c. 359, p. 51.

209 Skinner (Charles). Lease to him of property in Merton St., Oxford, 1856, b. 232 (R) C, p Slatter (Elizabeth). Inquisition on her property, 1813, b. III fol. 4, p. 9. Smart (Christopher). Critical notes on his verses, , e. I72, p. 98. Smith (A. G.). Plan of Christ Church, 1946, a. 62 (R)fol. I, p. 6. Smith (A. L.). Notes taken at his lectures, , e. 378, p Smith (D. Nichol). Letter to him from Sir Walter Raleigh, 1919, d. JI4fol. I36, p. 80. Smith (H. Clifford). Catalogue of plate of University coli. '944, c. 370, P 52. Smith (Robert). Poem, 1789, c. 2I6 fol. 48 ; '790, ib. fol. 67 & fol. I39; 1791, ib. fol. 47; 1792, ib. fol. 49, P 24 Smith (W. G.). Notes on his lectures given in 1891, d. 454fol. I07, rev., P 91. Snareston (William). Grant of land in Upper Heyford, by him, 1475, c. 48I fol. 25I, p. 21. Somerset. Bertie family charters rei. to, MSS. Ch. Som. 8I, I66-9, p Somerton. Colis. for hist. of, 18th cent., c. 307, p. 42. Lands of recusants in, 1700, d. 35I, p. 8+ Record of preachers at Wesleyan chapel at, , e. 260, p Songs Engl. Ormond's glory, Marlborough's arms (c. 1700), c. 265 fol. 44, p. 36. Songs. Lat. Jam resurgit divus (c. 1700), c. 265 fol. 44, p. 36. Souldern. Colis. for hist. of, 18th cent., c. 307, p. 42. Hist. of, 19th cent., c. 48I fol. I, p. 21. Lands of recusants in, '700, d. 35I fol. IO, p.8+ South (Robert). Verse by him, e. I69 fol. I, p. 97. South Sea Company. Powers of attorney of Oxford and Oxfordshire inhabitants to deal in stock, 18th cent., b. 83, p. 8. Sowtham (Robert). Survey of land near Banbury, 1575, c. 454, p. 56. Spare (dr. Thomas). See Sparke. Sparke (dr. Thomas). Painting of his brass in Bletchleych., a. 20fol. 2,p. I. Sparkes (Thomas). See Sparke. Speed (John). Hi. map of Oxfordshire, 1605, c. 262 fol. viii, p. 35. Spier family. Pedigrees of, 16th & 17th cent., a. 45 (R), p GENERAL INDEX 195 Sports. Collections on sports in Oxford & neighbourhood, 20th cent., c. 246, d. 20I-4, p. 33. Sprat (Thomas). Two odes by him, 17th cent., e. 202 Jol. 43, p Spratt (John). Sermon preached by him in Oxford, 1596,]. 53fol. 29 a, p.120. Sprott (John). See Spratt. Stadhampton. Brief for men accused of machine breaking, 1831, b. 42 fol. 9I, p. 7 Stafford, marquis of. See Leveson Gower. Staffordshire. Tracings of maps of coal-mines of, 17th cent., MS. Maps Staff. b. I, p Stained glass. Arms in windows of Oxford colis., 17th-18thcent., e. 305, p. I II ; Drawing of medieval roundel of human head in Bicester, b. 42 fol. 98, p. 7 Stainer (Lady-). Transcript of report on boundary of Oxford, 1800, d. 308, p. 78. Standlake. Index to marriages in par. reg. of, e. I73, p. 98. Stanley (John). Abstr. of his will, d. JI 4 fol. 94 iv, p. 79. Stanton Harcourt. Descriptions of, 1808, '909, d. I92 fol. 295, p. 66. Misc. notes on, 19th cent., d. 2I5 fol. I50, p. 67. Stanton St. John. Description of ch., 1842, d. I68 fol. 67, p. 64. Dispute betw. minister & churchwardens & Sir Thos. D'Oyly, 1748, c. 229 fol. 29, p. 29. Petition of inhabitants against enclosure, 1576, b. II8, p. 12. William Turner, wheelwright, , b. 2I8, c , p. '9. Steeple Ashton, Wilts. Bertie family charter rei. to, MS. Ch. Wilts. 33I, p. '40. Steeple Aston. Abstr. of will of rector Edmund Highfield, 1654, d. 3I4 fol. 94 iii, p. 79. Colls. for hist. of, 18th cent., c. 307, p. 42. Drawing by J. Wilkins, c. 1855, of ch., a. 6I fol. 5; of Hopcroft's Holt inn, ib. fol. IO, p. 6. Steeple Barton. Drawings of ch. by J. Wilkins, c. 1855, a. 6I fols. 6, 7, p. 6. Lands of recusants in, 1700, d. 35I, p. 84. Stevenson (W. H.). His calendar of Oxfordshire records, at Merton college, d. 46I/I, 2, p. 92. Steward (sir Simeon). Lines by him, 1635, e. 380fols. I75v-6, p. 116.

210 GENERAL INDEX Stoke Lyne. Ace. book of overseers, , c. 337, p. 48. Colis. for hist. of, 18th cent., c. 307, p. 42. Stokenchurch, Bucks. Calendar of deeds rei. to, d. 46I/I fol. I85, p. 92.,Charters rei. to, c. 393, p Stoke, North. Hist. of, 19th cent., d. 343, p. 83. Parochial description, 1801, c. 336 fol. 232, p. 48. Stoke, South. Court book of manor of, , c. 357, p. 51. Village survey of, 1942, c. 5I5 fol. I22, P 59 Stoke Talmage. Tracing of map of manor of, MSS. Maps axon. a. 4- :II (R), p Stone (William). On his almshouses in Oxford, d. 285fol. 470, p. 75. Stonehouse (Walter). Exercises for degrees, as scholar of Wadham, 1620, 1628, f. 46 fol. ii, p Stonesfield. Notes Roman on remains at, e. I75 fol. 67, p. 98. Stonor. Plans of park, a. 48 fo!. IOI, P 5 Stow Wood. Notes on, b. II7, p. I I. Strachey(George). Latinpoem, 1796, c. 2I6 fol. 88 v, p. 25. Strafford, Thomas Wentworth, Ist earl of. His letter to the king, 1641, rei. to Bill of Attainder, e. 202 fol. 92, p Street (George Edmund), architect. Alteration of St. Giles's ch., Oxford, 1860, b. III fol. 284, p. 10. Stroud, Berks. Survey & valuation of, 18th cent., c. 38I, p Stubbs (W.). Notes taken at his lectures, , e. 378, p Studley. Charters of, c. 398, p Petition of inhabitants against enclosure, 1576, b. II8, p. 12. Seal of nunnery at, 1540, c. 37I, p. 52. Subsidies. Clerical lists, 1460, 1523, of Oxfordshire, c. 394fols. I fsj I30, p Hundred of Totsmonslow, Staffs., ; c. 404 fol. 249, P 132. Suffolk, Charles Brandon, 4th duke of. Copy of grant of Bicester priory to, 1538, b. 42 fol. 53, p. 7 Suffolk, Henry Howard, 22nd earl of. His acc. as trustee of earl of Abingdon, 1768,d.378,P Sulhampstead Abbots, Berks. Rents and tenants of lord Abingdon in manor of Grazeley in, 18th cent., b. I78-83, p Surnames. Notes on, c. 455 fol. I3, P 133 Sutton Courtenay, Berks. Allnutt family of, c. 232,j. 38, p. 30. Papers rei. to glebe at enclosure of, 1805, MS. Top. Berks c. 27, p Swift (-). Elegy on his death as surgeon, of Oxford, 19th cent., e. 364 fol. 50, p Swinburne (A. C.). Photograph of, d. 242 fol. I35, p. 70. Swinford. Aces. of Swinford tolls, , d. 379, p Swinford (George). His history of Filkins, 1958, d. 475, p. 94- Swyncombe. Napier's MS. of hist. of, 1858, d I, p. 95. Symonds (Katherine). Suit rei. to her jointure, 1685, c. 289 fol. I48, p. 13. Taddy ([William)). Greek poem, 1792, c. 2I6 fol. 70, p. 24. Tadmarton. Copy of court roll of, 1614, e. I84fol. 57, p Tanner (Thomas). Index of court book of Charlbury, , c. 4I3, P 55 Tate (W. E.). Handlist of Oxfordshire Enclosure Acts, , e. 296, p. II I. Taunt (Henry W.). His redrawn terrier of Holywell of 1666, d. 43I (R), p Taunton (sir William Elias). Letter to, 1823, from receiver general, axon., d. 238 fol. I3, p. 69. Taylor (Thomas). His acc. book, , c Papers rei. to his bankruptcy, , c. 39 I fol. 43, P 54 Taylor (W. & J.). Survey of bells in St. Giles's ch., Oxford, 1850, b. III fol, 8I, p. 10. Taynton. Pedigree of Pittaway, a. 49 (R), p. 6. Tellers' Bills. Of the Exchequer, , rei. to Oxfordshire, b. I68, p. 16. Tenterden, Charles Abbott, Ist baron. Essay on use & abuse of satire, 1786, d. I63 fo!. I36, p. 62. Latin poem, 1784, c. 2I6,fol. 37, p. 24. Tetsworth. Bertie family charter rei. to, MS. Ch. axon. 4 74, p Thame. Earl of Abingdon's rents in Priest End, &c., 1760, e. 300, p Bertie family charter rei. to, MSS. Ch. axon. 3875, p. 139; court rolls for, , MSS. D.D. Bertie b. I-9, c. I-28, d. I-3, p Colis. for abbey of, c. 449 fol. II6,

211 Thame (cant.) p Fines in manorial court of Priest End, &c., '76'-'70, e. 302, p Sale of Abingdon estate at, 1844, b. I2I fol. I80, p Seal of abbey of, c. 37 I, p. 52. Survey & valuation of, 18th cent., c. 38I, P.136. Thomas (R.). His acc. book, as plumber and decorator, , b. 25I, p. 22. Thomas (R. & Son). Ledger of Thomas & Son, decorators, Oxford, , c. 480, p. 58. Thomas (Vaughan). His pass-book as chairman of Oxford board of health, 1832'/. 4I, p. II8. Thompson (J. M.). Minute book of an Oxford theological group kept by him, '9'O-I4, e. 308, p. II2. Thorp 0.). His record of properties used at funerals in Oxford, , e. 26I, p Thorp (W.). Aces. as secretary of Oxford board of health, 1832,f. 42, p.li8. Thorpe (John). Tenement of, in Broad Street, Oxford, a. 54 (R) j, p Thurland (W. F.). Sketches of Oxford characters, collected by, early 19th cent., c. 2II-I2, p. 23. Thynne (Henry). Letter to him from Fell, bishop of Oxford, 1683, d. 3I 4 fa!. I09, p. 80. Tighe ([William]). Latin poem, c. 2I6 fol. 72, p. 24. Tiles. Drawings of Oxfordshire encaustic tiles, d. I94, p. 66. Tillotson 0.). Title-pages to his works, I722, a. 20 fa!. II, p. 1. Tilson 0. N.). Letter of, as receiver general, Oxon., 1823, d. 238 fol.i3, p.69 Tilt ([William]). Greek verse, c. '790, c. 2I6 fo!. 60, p. 24. Tipping (Thomas). Of Stow-on-the Wold,Glos., I9thcent.,c.39I fo1.53, P 54 Tischendorf (C.). Description of his visit to Oxford, 1865, e. 278, p. I07 Tolson (John), provost of Oriel. Abstract of his will, I638, d. 3I4 fol. 94 (i), p. 79. Tomkins (-). Latin verses by, 18th cent., e. 309, p. II2. Totsmonslow, Staffs. Hundred of, subsidy in, , c. 404 fol. 249, p GENERAL INDEX 197 Townesend (Stephen). Papers in his case rei. to Swinford bridge, 1794, c. 388 fol. I, p Townsend (-). Letter to him rei. to marble used at Blenheim, 1723, d. 238 fol. 89, p. 69. Townsend (John). Sigoature on order while mayor of Oxford, 1694, c. 229 fol. 97, p. 29 Toynbee (Arnold Joseph). Herbert Spencerlecture by him, 1952, c. 473 fol. I, p. 57. Tozer (H. F.). His notes for lectures on Philology, e. 3IO-II, p. II2. Tredwell (W.). Daily journal as Oxford schoolboy, ,d. 383, p. 87. Treuttel (-). Letter from, rei. to engraving of plates for J. Skelton, 1828, d. 238 fol. 2, p. 69. Trinder (M. J.). Drawing of stained glass in Bicester, b. 42 fol. 98, p. 7. Troup (Frances Rose). Pedigree of Sir Thomas Bodley criticized, b. 84, p.8. Tuckwell (rev. William). Annotations to his Reminiscences of Oxford, '900-I3, b. I64, p. 16. Revised proof of his Pretractarian Oxford, I908, d. 29I, p. 76. Tunstall, Staffs. Transcr. of court rolls of, 16th cent., c. 404 fol. 25I, P 132. Turner (sir Edward). Qualifications as representative in Parliament, '750, c. 209fol. 20, p. 22. Turner (Peter). Notes by him while Savilian Professor of Geometry on Royal Proclamation of 1643, d. 3I4 fol. 78, p. 79 Turner (W.). Drawing (wrongly described as Ewelme rectory), a. 48 fol. IOO, p. 5. Turner (William). His aces. as wheelwright, 1867-I919, b. 2I8, c , P 19 Turner (William). Drawings of Oxford, a. 3I, p. 3. Turner (William Henry). Catalogue of printed books rei. to county, city, & university of Oxford, c. 356, p. 51. Letters to him rei. to his work in the Bodleian library, , e. 257, p Turnpike roads. Aces. of road from Ryton Bridge to Banbury, , d. 373, p. 86. List of Acts for, ,d. 2I5fol.63,P.67. Map of, Oxford to Cumnor, b. 234 (R), p Minutes of St. Clement's, I858-60, e. 292, p. lio. Papers

212 198 GENERAL INDEX Turnpike roads (cant.) rei. to St. Clement's, 1804-'74, b. I73-4, p. 18. Turville, Bucks. Misc. rei. to, d. 410/1 p. 48, p. 132 Tusmore. ColIs. for hist. of, 18th cent., c. 307, p. 42. Hist. of, d. 459, p. 21. Institution of Nicholas Ridell to rectory of, 1434, d. 3I4/ol. 77, p. 79. Papers of Fermor family of, 16th cent.-1792, c. 380, p. 53. Timber trees cut on the Fermor estate in, 1809, e. 259, p Twistleton ([Thomas James]). Verses spoken by, 1793, c. 236/ol. 18, p. 31. Twyne (Brian). Index of names in MS. Twyne 23, a. 40, p. 4. Tyrwhitt-Jones (-). Latin exercise in verse, 18th cent., c. 359, p. 51. Underwood (Henry Jones), architect. Drawings & survey of bells of St. Giles'sch. Oxford, 1838, I,b. III/ols ",81,138,141, p. 10. Underwood (J.). 'A plan of Whichwood Forest and Blandford Park...' by him, 1813, e. 179, p. 99. Upeott (William). Catalogue of Oxfordshire drawings, , d. 280, p. 74. Nucleus of coli. of drawings, a , p. 4. Tricks of arms, 'probably by', 19th cent., d. 143, p.60. Upton, Lincs. Bertie family charter rei. to, MS. Ch. Lincs. 1379, p Upton and Signet. Assessments for rates and taxes in, , e. 219, p Hist. of, 1954, c. 515/01. 40, P 59 Uwins (Thomas). Sketches of academical costumes, b. 92/ol. 2, p. I. Vachell (Lady). Financial arrangements with, 1646, c. 326 /ol. I5I, P 47 Vachell (Tanfield). Financial arrangements with, 1646, c. 326 /ol. I5I, P 47 Vachell (sir Thomas). His executor c. 1650, c. 326/ol. 143, p. 46. Vanbrugh (sir John). Drawings of Blenheim palace by, a. 37, p. 4. Vaughan (p[eter]). Latin poem, 1788, c. zz6/ols. 15, 39, p. 24. Village life. CoIl. rei. to, in Oxfordshire, 19th cent., d. I93, p. 66. Vincent (J. A. C.). Abstrs. by him of docs. rei. to Glympton, 1879, d. 346, p.83 Vines (S. H.). Transcr. of lease, 1641, of Oxford Physic garden, 1914, c. 218/01.16, p. 26. Visitations. Copy of Lee's, of Oxfordshire, 1574, c. 262, p. 35. Fragmentary, of Oxfordshire, 1574, c. 298, p. 41. Vivian (J. L.). PedigreeofsirThomas Bodley, b. 84, p. 8. Volunteers. See Army. Von Goerlitz (Ernst Eugen). Latin speech on presentation for honorary degree, 1797, c. 259 /01. I2, P 35 Von Zeppelin (Carl). Latin speech on presentation for honorary degree, 1797, c. 259/01. 12, p. 35. Vulliamy (Benjamin Lewis). Three letters to him from Edward Copleston, 1820, d. 381, p. 86. Wadsworth (C. M.). Extrs. from Lincoln episcopal registers, 1894, c. 245, p Walbank (Henry). Music speech by him, 1684, e. 280/ , rev., p.l08. Wales. Geographical notes on, before 1649, c. 378 p. 410; Lists of bishops of sees in, 16th cent.-1649, ib. p. 494, p. 53 Walker (Obadiah). Testamur signed by him, 1683, c. 326/01. II, p. 45. Walker (Robert Francis). His notebook kept as an undergraduate of New call., 1810, e. 364, p. II4. Walker (Thomas). His acc. with earl of Abingdon's trustees, 1768, d. 378, P.138. Walker (Thomas). Lease to him of property in Merton St., Oxford, 1855, b. 232 (R) b, p Wall paintings. Copies of, in St. Andrew's ch., Headington, e. 272, p.l06. Waller (Edmund). English poems by him, 17th cent., e. 380 / , p. II6; e. 202 fol. 43, p Waller (William Newcombe). His coil. of photographs of Oxford men, 1860, d. 419, e. 349, p. 90. I Wallingford, Berks. Charters rei. to, c. 393, p Extrs. from 'short history'of,d.404/01 98,rev.,p.12J, Note on borough records, MS. Top. Berks. c. 46, p. 13'. Walpole (Spencer). Letter to him from Albert Prince Consort, 1852, e. 290/01. 17, p. IIO. LL T

213 Walrond (S.). List of Buckler drawings, 1929, c. 324, p. 44. Walsh (P). Registrar of Berks. archdeaconry, 1837, c. 265fol. 36, p. 36. Walsingham (Francis). Letter to dean of Christ Church, Oxford, 1581, c. 265 fol. 28, p. 36. Walter (David). Survey of his lands in Godstow, Wol vercote, and Cutteslowe, 1636, c. 334, p Walton. Plan of manor of, b. 235 (R) b, p Warborough. Deeds rei. to property in, 16th-17th cent., d. I70 fol. 52, p.64 Warcupp (Rodolph). Will, b. 42 fol. I3,p.7 Ward (Henry). His tenement in All Saints, Oxford, a. 55 (R) i, p Ward (Richard). Land in St. Giles's, Oxford, in his occupation, 1790, e. 285, p Ward (Thomas). Glazing windows in St. Giles's ch., Oxford, 1840, b. III fols. 52, 62, 68, p. 10. Wardington. Accs. of New coli. estate in, , e. I86, p Transcr. of Caleott (Williamscott) school book, ,d.462,p. 92. Warland (Edward). Indentur~, 1678, e. I8I, p. 99. Warre (-). Latin poem, C. 2I6 fol. 62v, p. 24- Warren ([Pelham]). Latin poem, 1798, C. 2I6 fol. 92, p. 25. Warren (sir Peter). His American ace. book, 1782,c.386,p Warton (Thomas). Translation of Ode VI, C. 2I6 fat. 63, p. 24. Washford. Drawing of R. Cherwell by A. Dashwood, a. 48 fol. 8I, p. 5. Waterperry. Lands of recusants in, 1700, d. 35I, p. 84. Waterstock. Deeds rei. to, d. 385, p. 87. Notes on, 1947, d. 47I fat. I; rectory by G. Ashhurst, 1947, ib.fol. 6, p. 93. Papers rei. to manor & tithe of, , d. 385fol. I74, p.87. Watlington. Calendar of deeds rei. to, d. 46I/I fol. I85, p. 92. Court baron of Minigrove near, 1759,1763, d. 238 fol. 52, p. 69. Extrs. from Overseers' records of, , C. 404 fol. 229, p. 132; 17th-cent. papers in custody of vicar of, d. 4IO / 3, p Manor court in Minigrove near, , C. 265 fol. I52, p. 37. Notes for lecture on Watlington, and its records, c. 446 fol. GENERAL INDEX 199 Watlington (cant.) 20, p Roll of yeomanry cavalry of, 1805, c. 290 fol. II, p. 40. Watson (Albert). Extract from his will, 1904, c. 236 fol. 62, p. 31. Watson (John). Commonplace book, c. 1800, c. 2I9, p. 27. Watts (Henry). 'The Oxford Wonder' of St. Clement's, Oxford, d. 285 fol. 205, p. 75. Watts Well, Kiddington. Notes on, e. I75 fol. 67, p. 98. Way (B[enjamin]). English poem, 1791, c. 2I6 fol. 99, p. 25. Latin poem, 1790, ib. fol. 60 v, p. 24. Way (Richard). Aces. for earl of Abingdon, 176o-8,b. I85-9I,P Agreement to settle the debts of earl of Abingdon, 1779, b. I2Ifol. II, P 139 Way (W[illiam). Latin poem, 1793, C. 2I6 fol. I04, p. 25. Weather. Local climate and, in Oxfordshire, before 1649, c. 378, P 53 Webb (Philip). Letter from him rei. to repairs at Kelmscott house, 1895, d. 347 fol. i, p. 83. Webster (Thomas). Sums received by him under orders of Parliamentary visitors, 1654, c. 2I4, p. 23. Weld family. Pedigree, c. 265 fat. I50V, p. 37. Weld (James). Owner of manor of Minigrove, , c. 265fot. I52, P 37 Weld (Thomas). Owner of manor of Minigrove, , c. 265fol. I52, P 37 Wellesley (-). Latin poems, c. 2I6 fols. 52, 55 v, 56, 6I, 6Iv, p. 24. Wellesley (dr. Henry). 'Oratio Bodleiana', 1821, by him, d. 3I5fol. 57. 'Oratio FelIiana' by him, ib. fol. 37, p.80. Wellesley, Richard Colley, marquis. Latin poem, 1780, C. 2I6 fol. 3I, p. 24; ib.fol. II8, p. 25; d. 3I5fol. 3I, p. 80. Wellington, Arthur Wellesley, Ht duke of. Giving dispensation from holding Public Act in Oxford, 1839, c. 265 fol. I48, p. 37. His letter, 1841, to vice-chancellor of Oxford, e. 290 fol. IS, p. IIO. Mock speech in Latin put in mouth of, 1834, c. 326 fol. I09, p. 46. Wendlebury. Earl of Abingdon's rents in, 1760, e. 30I, p Bertie family charters rei. to, MSS. Ch.

214 200 GENERAL INDEX Wendlebury (cant.) Oxon ; 4I75-8, p Fines in manorisl court of, '70, e. 302, p Notes & coils. by J. C. Blomfield, <}5, c. 477 fols , p. 21. Rents and tenants of lord Abingdon in manor of, 18th cent., b. I Survey & valuation of, 18th cent., c. 38I, p Wentworth (Thomas). Notes on, d. 284fol. 354, p. 75. Wesley (John). Extracts from his journals, , d. 2I5 foz. 57, p.67. West (John). Papers rei. to, b. 87fol.I, p.8. West (Ronald Cameron). His notes on church of Wroxton and chapelry of Balscote, 1948, d. 386, p.87 Westbury, Wilts. Bertie family charters rei. to, MSS. Ch. Wilts. 334, 36I, 362, p Western (-). Latin exercise in verse, 18th cent., c. 359, p. 51. Western (F. J.). Transcriber of par. regs. of Horspath, d. 334, p. 81. Weston (Samuel Ryder). Accs. as receiver for earl of Abingdon, b. 206, c. 383, p Weston (William). Survey of land near Banbury, 1575, c. 454, p. 56. Weston-on-the-Green. Charter rei. to, c. 393, p Colis. for hist. of, 18th cent., c. 307, p. 42. Particulars of sale of manor of, 1783, b. I2I fol. I57. Rent roll of Peregrine Bertie's manor in, 1773, ib.fol. I37, p Weston, South. Copy of terrier of, 1847, e. 274, p Tracing of map of, MSS. Maps Oxon. a. 4-2I (R), p Transcrs. of par. regs. of, d. 290 fol. 235, p. 76. Wheatfield. Archaeological finds at, d. 4I0/2 fol. 43. Terrier of, 1685, c. 404 fol. 238, p Tracing of map of manor of, MSS. Maps Oxon. a. 4-ZI (R), p Wheatley. Index to par. reg., , d. 463, p. 93. Papers rei. to celebrations at, of coronations of kings Edw. VII & Geo. V, B. I70, p. 98. Photograph of drawing of old tithe barn in, 19th cent., B. 290 fol. zr, p. IIO. Whishaw (J.). English poem, 1786, c. zr6 fol. 68, p. 24. Latin poems, 1785, c. 2I6 fol. 5I; ib. fol. 58V; w.fol. 68, p. 24. Latin proses, 1790, d. I63fols. I97, I99, p. 62. Whitchurch. Parochial description, 1801, c. 336fol. I75v, p. 48. White (-). Plan of Alderman White's house, d. 434 (R), b, p White (Edward). Bill for books to Crossley, bookseller, 1604, d. 238 fol. 48, p. 69. White (Joseph Blanco). Letter from him to Edward Hawkins, provost of Oriel, 1828, d. 3I4fol. 56, p. 79. Whitley, Berks. Bertie family charter rei. to, MS. Ch. Berks. II42, p Survey & valuation of, 18th cent., c. 38I, p Whittaker (John William). Letter to him from Lloyd, bishop of Oxford, rei. to disciplinary action against a member of Christ Church, 1825, d. 3I4fol. 7I; to him from T. Greenwood, 1828, ib. fol. 73, p. 79. Whittlesley (Robert). His survey of earl of Abingdon's lands, 1728, c. 38I, p Whorwood family. Decree in suit of Croke contra Whorwood, 1661, c. 405, p. 54. Whorwood (dame Ursula). Wife to Sir Thomas, 1634, c. 289 fol. 4I, P 13 Whorwood (sir Thomas). Decree in a suit, 1634, c. 289 fol. 4I, p. 13. Wickham. Title to manor, 19th cent., b. I75, p. 18. Widdowes (Thomas). Receipts from, 1674, c. ]26/01. I04, p. 45. Wilberforce (Samuel), bp. of Oxford. Poem against him, d. 3I4 fol. 36, P.78. Wilcote. Extrs. from par. regs. of, , c. 5I5/01. I30, p. 59. Wilding (James). His acc. book, , d. I59, p. 61. Wilkins (Joseph). Drawings of Oxfordshire churches, a. 6I, p. 6. Wilkinson (William). Drawing of Caversfield house, a. 48 fol. 73; of house.at Chadlington w. fol. 99, P 5 Williams (Monier). His contest for chair of Sanskrit, Oxford, 1860, B. I87, p Williamson (sir Joseph). Copy of letter to him, 1675, from T. Hyde, Bodley's librarian, f. 48, p. II9. Williamscott. Transcr. of Calcott school book, , d. 462, p 92. Willoughby (sir Charles). Letters rei. to sale of Baldon estate to, 1798, d. 385fol. I40, p. 87.

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