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Volume of manuscript extracts from the Bible, [1350-1400]

Manuscript volume of biblical extracts including verses of the Epistle of St Paul, the apostles Peter and John and the apocrypha, mid to late 14th century. Bound with name 'Richard Triplett, 1724' inscribed on cover. Manuscript insert by Leathes including extract from the Vulgate, presented to him by The British and Foreign Bible Society, via the Reverend John Owen, 1813, [1350-1400]. 1 volume

ATAÍDE, António de, 1st Count of Castro-Daire (1567-1647)

  • K/PP165
  • Collection
  • 1628-1633

Bound volume containing papers relating to the activities of the Portuguese East India Company, 1628-1633, collected and annotated by Ataíde, and including letters from company representatives at Goa, papers relating to the fitting out and repair of company ships at Lisbon and Goa; memoranda of company export purchases, particularly pepper and indigo, price lists and balance sheets, 1629-1633, and report of judicial court of enquiry held at Goa in 1630 in connection with the fitting out of the carracks SANTO IGNÁCIO DE LOYOLA and BOM JESUS DO MONTE CALVÁRIO.

Ataíde, António de, 1567-1647, 1st Count of Castro-Daire

MORRISON, George Ernest (1862-1920)

  • K/PP140
  • Collection
  • 1668-1685

Papers, 1668-1685, from George Ernest Morrison's collection relating to the activities of Jesuit missionaries, principally in the Far East, including a legal document on Roman Catholic martyrs in Flanders, Japan, England and elsewhere, signed by the notary Hermanus Bex and others and with the great seal of the City of Liege, 1668, and correspondence and other documents concerning missions including transcripts of petitions protesting against the activities of the Vicars Apostolic, and in favour of the Jesuits, of Christians in Cochin China (Annam) and Indochina, 1681-1682.

Morrison, George Ernest, 1862-1920, foreign correspondent of The Times

Two volumes of bound printed pamphlets about Roman Catholicism in England, 1686, and 1810-1813

Volumes of bound printed pamphlets entitled Tracts relative to Roman Catholics, mainly comprising letters and reflections by a wide range of authors including Sir John Jervis White Jervis, Robert Stewart, second Marquis of Londonderry and Viscount Castlereigh, George Kenyon, Baron Kenyon, William Wyndham Grenville, Baron Grenville, on a predicted rapprochement between the Church of England and Rome, on the ancient Church in Britain, scriptural translation, Roman Catholic missionaries in England, on penal sanctions against Roman Catholics in Ireland and upon Catholic emancipation in general. Also with extensive manuscript annotations. 2 vols

Volume of manuscript notes on religious subjects, 1691, with later related inserted items, 1817

Manuscript volume containing devotional exercises and describing liturgical forms, possibly preparatory notes for divine service, compiled by Richard Woodroffe of London. Including commentary on the Eucharist, thanksgiving, and the value of prayer, 1691. With insert containing extracts from Monthly review, April 1813, and European magazine, April 1813, mainly concerning the episcopate, and on George Wither, poet, from Monthly magazine, October, 1817. 1691, 1817. 1 volume with loose inserts

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