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Morant, Philip Wikipedia (en)-test German National Library

VIAF ID: 17572300 (Personal)

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  1. The history and antiquities of the most ancient town and borough of Colchester ‎(2) National Library of the Netherlands-test Library of Congress/NACO
  2. The history and antiquities of the most ancient town and borough of Col*. - ‎(2) German National Library
  3. The history and antiquities of the County of Essex. - ‎(2) Library of Congress/NACO German National Library
  4. The tapestry hangings of the House of Lords Representing the several engagements between the English and Spanish fleets, in the ever memorable year MDLXXXVIII. With the portraits of the Lord High-Admiral, and the other noble commanders, taken from the life. To which are added, from a book entitled, Expeditionis hispanorum in angliam veradescriptio, A.D. 1588, done, as is supposed, for the said tapestry to be work'd after, ten charts of the sea-coasts of England, and a general one of England, Scotland, Ireland, France, Holland, &c. shewing the places of action between the two fleets; ornamented with medals struck upon that occasion. And other suitable devices. Also an historical account of each day's action, collected from the most authentic manuscripts and writers. The second edition. By John Pine. His Majesty's chief engraver of seals &c and Bluemantle Parliament at Arms. ‎(1) National Library of the Netherlands-test
  5. The tapestry hangings of the House of Lords Representing the several engagements between the English and Spanish fleets, in the ever memorable year MDLXXXVIII, with the portraits of the lord high-admiral, and the other noble commanders, taken from the life. To which are added, from a book entitled, expeditions hispanorum, in angliam vera descripti, A.D. 1588, done, as is supposed, for the said tapestry to be work'd after, ten charts of the sea-coasts of England, and a general one of England, Scotland, Ireland, France, Holland, &c. Shewing the places of action between the two fleets; ornamented with medals struck upon the occasion, and other suitable devices. Also an historical account of each day's action, collected from the most authentic manuscripts and writers. The second edition. By John Pine. His Majesty's chief engraver of seals &c. And Bluemande pursurivant of arms. ‎(1) National Library of the Netherlands-test
  6. The history of Havering as described in The history and antiquities of Essex, 1768 ‎(1) Library of Congress/NACO
  7. The history and antiquities of the county of Essex. Compiled from the best and most ancient historians; from Domesday-book, Inquisitiones post mortem, and other the most valuable records and mss. &c., the whole digested, improved, perfected, and brought down to the present time ‎(1) Library of Congress/NACO
  8. History and antiquities of Essex. ‎(1) Library of Congress/NACO
  9. Calendars of the ancient charters, and of the Welch and Scotish rolls, now remaining in the Tower of London ... also calendars of all the treaties of peace entered into by the kings of England with those of Scotland; and of sundry letters and public instruments relating to that kingdom, now in the Chapter-house at Westminster. Together with catalogues of the records brought to Berwick from the Royal treasury at Edinburgh: of such as were transmitted to the Exchequer at Westminster, and of those which were removed to different parts of Scotland by order of King Edward I. The proceedings relating to the carrying back the records of Scotland into that kingdom; and the transactions of the Parliament there from the 15th of May 1639, to the 8th of March 1650. To which are added memoranda concerning the affairs of Ireland, extracted from the Tower records. With four copper plates, exhibiting all the various hands in which the several charters have been written, from the reign of King William the Conqueror to that of Queen Elizabeth. To the whole is prefixed an introduction, giving some account of the state of the public records from the conquest to the present time. ‎(1) Library of Congress/NACO
  10. Calendars of the ancient charters, &c. and of the Welch and Scotish rolls, now remaining in the Tower of London : as also calendars of all the treaties of peace, &c. entered into by the kings of England with those of Scotland, and of sundry letters and public instruments relating to that kingdom, now in the Chapter-house at Westminster : together with catalogues of the records brought to Berwick from the Royal Treasury at Edinburgh, of such as were transmitted to the Exchequer at Westminster, and of those which were removed to different parts of Scotland by order of King Edward I : the proceedings relating to the carrying back the records of Scotland into that kingdom, and the transactions of the Parliament there from the 15th of May 1639, to the 8th of March 1650 : to which are added memoranda concerning the affairs of Ireland, extracted from the Tower records : to the whole is prefixed an introduction, giving some account of the state of the public records from the Conquest to the present time. ‎(1) Library of Congress/NACO

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