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TITLE DEEDS: King's College London legal records

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  • 1678-1969

This series contains title deeds relating to College property, mainly the original building in the Strand and extensions in Strand Lane and Surrey Street, Drury Lane, King's College School in Wimbledon, and other College property including the Hospital, laboratories in Hampstead and sports grounds, comprising assignments of lease, schedules of deeds and conveyances, 1678-1969.

King's College London, 1829-

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

Notes compiled by John Carter, 1700-1815, on topics including plague, prayer and shipping

File of loose manuscript notes compiled by John Carter, notably including fragment on the role of virtue by Theo Verdetty, in English and French, 1700; translation template with copies of a passage in different languages, written by Moses Marcus, linguist, London, 1727; search warrant for stolen goods, 1730; proposals for improvements to the catalogue of the Harleian Manuscripts, 1743; bill of expenses for John Shepherd, servant of Henry Fox, Secretary of State, 1756; report on the sailing of the vessel, Seaflower, from London to New York, 1760; note by John Howard, author of An account of the principal Lazarettos in Europe (Warrington, 1789), on the plague, 1789;excerpts from prayers found among the papers of Thomas Hearne, antiquary, [1813]; list of merchant ships on the Baltic route with description of their masters, points of departure and destination, and summaries of cargo, 1815; copies of impression of bookplates, 1700-1815 1 file

Prints, [1720]-1845 of hospitals and other medical related buildings including St Thomas's Hospital

Prints depicting hospitals and medical buildings including St Thomas's Hospital in Southwark, c.1785; The Blind Asylum, Southwark; Asylum in St George's Fields; Magdalen Hospital in St George's Fields, c 1789; Bethlehem Hospital; Surgeons Hall, Lincolns Inn Fields, c 1817; Surgeons' New Theatre, Lincolns Inn Fields, c 1814 (2 copies); The Royal College of Surgeons, Lincolns Inn Fields, 1828; the New College of Physicians, Pall Mall East, 1828; the General Lying-In Hospital, c 1835; The Barber Surgeon's Hall where the Company admits a New Member (undated); the South and East prospects of St Bartholomew's Hospital; a view of the Foundling Hospital c.1730; St Thomas's Hospital in Southwark c.1720; St Thomas' Hospital Lambeth; the first Anatomy Theatre at Queen's Lane, University of Cambridge, 1815; and the distribution of prizes to the Medical Students of St Thomas's Hospital by HRH the Prince Albert, 28 Jun 1845.

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