1 edition of Supplementary Stonor letters and papers (1314-1482) found in the catalog.
Supplementary Stonor letters and papers (1314-1482)
|Other titles||Stonor letters and papers, 1290-1483.|
|Statement||by C. L. Kingsford.|
|Series||Camden miscellany -- v.13 [no.2], [Camden third series] -- v.34.|
|Contributions||Kingsford, Charles Lethbridge, 1862-1926.|
|LC Classifications||DA20 .R91 v.34|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 26 p.|
|Number of Pages||26|
The first editor of the Stonor letters and papers, Charles Lethbridge Kingsford, estimated the collection to hold around documents and since then an additional have been located in London, Kew, The National Archives (TNA), with the majority held under SC 1/ They accompany the Paston, Cely, Armburgh, and Plumpton Letters as a. History of the collection. The large collection of letters and papers was acquired in from the executors of the estate of William Paston, 2nd Earl of Yarmouth, the last in the Paston line, by the antiquary Francis Blomefield's death in they came into the possession of Thomas Martin of Palgrave, his death in some letters passed into the hands of John Ives.
Search QuickSearch to locate print editions owned by the Rutgers University Libraries.. The Stonor letters and papers, ; ed. for the Royal Historical Society, from the original documents in the Public Record Office, by Charles Lethbridge Kingsford London, Offices of the Society, Series: Camden third series ; v. The Plumpton letters and papers / edited by Joan Kirby. Stonor family archive, Stonor Park (private collection) Stonor Letters; Stonor Suppl. C.L. Kingsford (ed.), The Stonor Letters and Papers, – (Camden 3rd ser. 29–30,); idem, Supplementary Stonor Letters and Papers, – (Camden 3rd ser. 34,); reissued as C. Carpenter (ed.), Kingsford's Stonor Letters and Papers
Paston Letters and Papers of the Fifteenth Century: Part III: Pt. 3, ISBN ISBN (Early English Text Society Supplementary Series) (not got this one, it is on my xmas pressy list) Kingsford's Stonor Letters and Papers (Camden Classic Reprints), ISBN , ISBN Edited from a recently discovered manuscript in Chetham's Library, Manchester (Mun.E (4)), the letters deal largely with the prolonged dispute over the Brokholes inheritance in Warwickshire, Hertfordshire, and Essex, and are concerned principally with the affairs of one of the claimants, Joan Armburgh, and her husband Robert.
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XXXIV. Supplements The Stonor letters and papers,published as Camden third series, vol. XXIX-XXX. An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video. An illustration of an audio speaker. Audio.
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Henry Elliot Malden. Abstract. Norman Davis's edition of the Paston Letters and Papers of the Fifteenth Century, now completed by Richard Beadle and Colin Richmond, with a long-awaited glossary, enables linguists and historians to read for the first time what the Pastons and their correspondents actually such authority attaches to the edition of the Stonor Letters and Papers,which Author: Alison Hanham.
Supplementary Stonor Letters and Papers (–) C. Kingsford; These papers, which the kindness of the late owner, Mr. Shaw-Hellier of Wimbourne Wodehouse, and of Mr.
Gibbons of The Foxhills, Wimbourne, near Wolverhampton, have placed in the hands of the Society, are taken from a commonplace book compiled by Richard Broughton.
The Stonor letters and papers form one of only three surviving archives of gentry correspondence from late medieval England. The collection - which includes documents ranging from love letters to household accounts - provides us with a wealth of otherwise unobtainable detail about the lives and careers of a gentry family, their servants and their friends.
The Stonor letters and papers are second in quantity only to the Paston letters. With the advent of supplementary If the history of publishing and the history of the social uses of books. An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip.
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I-II. by Charles Lethbridge Kingsford. Camden Third Series, 29 and London: Camden Society. AND Supplementary Stonor Letters and Papers (). by Charles Lethbridge Kingsford.
In Camden Miscellany Camden Third Series, London: Camden Society. Davis, ed., Paston letters and papers of the fifteenth century (2 parts; Oxford,) Part 1 includes letters written by members of the family, and some associated documents; Part 2 covers letters written to them, and contains an index to both parts.
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Author: File Size: MB Format: PDF, Mobi. Kingsford (ed.), The Stonor Letters and Papers, – (Camden 3rd ser. 29–30, ); idem, Supplementary Stonor Letters and Papers – (Camden Miscell ); reissued as C. Carpenter (ed.), Kingsford's Stonor Letters and Papers, – () Stonor Map () Stonor estate map in private hands; reduced.
Supplementary Stonor letters and papers () [edited] by C.L. Kingsford. Published. London: Offices of the [Royal Historical] Society, Besides a large Collection of other Reports and Law Books.
Which will begin to be sold (the lowest Price printed in the Catalogue) on Wednesday, Februand continue on Sale till the. The Stonor family, residing at their eponymous estate of Stonor in Oxfordshire, were a rather more firmly established gentry clan, having, in the words of Christine Carpenter, ‘done their rising in the previous century’.
26 The Stonor letters themselves deal principally with two generations of the family, namely Thomas Stonor II, who was. Kingsford's Stonor Letters and Papers Christine Carpenter. 20 Mar but Simon Keynes' supplementary introduction provides a helpful and thorough discussion of the historical issues raised in this work." We're featuring millions of their reader ratings on our book pages to help you find your new favourite book.
The Stonor Letters and Papers provides us with a wealth of otherwise unobtainable detail about the lives and careers of a late medieval gentry family. With a new introduction and annotation, this edition will be essential reading for scholars of late medieval England, and for anyone interested in the Wars of the Roses, or in medieval life.
The Stonor Letters and Papers, –, 3 vols (Camden Society, 3rd ser., 29, 30 and Miscell and ) (hereafter SLP) is the only published edition of the documents, although this has been reissued, with a new introduction by Christine Carpenter, as Kingsford’s Stonor Letters and Papers – (Cambridge: CUP. very numerous inaccuracies in the two volumes of Stonor Letters and Papers that eventually appeared in These were followed in by the 'Supplementary Letters and Papers' that had come to light as the work of sorting and conserving by the Public Record Office continuedThis book is designed to be a reference guide to everyone wishing to learn Hebrew, with an easy-to-grasp teaching style and compact structure that covers all necessary introductory grammar.
The book has been designed to answer the needs of those wishing to learn Hebrew with detailed explanation, competent exposition and coloured exemplification. The Stonor Letters And Papers V1: () Hardcover – Septem by Charles Lethbridge Kingsford (Author) See all 4 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
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