2 edition of Fane fragment of the 1461 Lord"s journal. found in the catalog.
Fane fragment of the 1461 Lord"s journal.
William Huse Dunham
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Great Britain. Parliament. House of Lords. Fane fragment of the Lords' journal. New Haven, Yale University Press; London, H. Milford, Oxford University Press, (OCoLC) Online version: Great Britain.
Parliament. House of Lords. Fane fragment of the Lords' journal. A New Fragment of the Lords' Journal of A New Fragment of the Lords' Journal of Virgoe, R. Footnotes 1 Brit. Mus., Harley MS.fos.
/‐b/b. Hereafter referred to as Harley Photographs of fos. –4, discovered by Miss B. Howe to be fragments of the Journals of andare now in the House of Lords Record Office. 2 The Fane Fragment. FREE Delivery on orders over £10 for books or over £20 for other categories shipped by Amazon.
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House of Lords; The Parliamentary debates. House of Lords official report. The Fane Fragment of the Lords' Journal. Edited with a com-mentary by WILLIAM HUSE DUNHAM, JR. (New Haven: Yale University Press, ) UNTIL recently it was thought that the earliest Lords' Journal to have survived was that for the first parliament of Henry VIII which began on 21 January An extract containing the proceedings for.
Footnotes. See William Dumham, The Fane Fragment of the Lords Journal (). LJ () ; the present practice is founded on the resolution of (LJ () ). See eg LJ (–44) 20 (Chinese Mission); ibid (Invitation to United States Congress); ibid (–46) 48 (Unconditional Surrender of Japan; Death of President Roosevelt); ibid (–52) 82, 90 (Dea.
Available in the National Library of Australia collection. Author: Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons; Format: Journal, Online; v. ; cm. The Rolls of Parliament, – - Volume 22 Issue 1 - G.
Elton. Lords' Journals as Sir Robert Cotton believed. Camden used only an infor-mal heading, "Lords in parliament in the year of Henry VII, xix" (); and though in Latin, it is not the conventional caption found in the later Lords' Journals, in the extracts in the Fane.
15 Year Book, 33 Hen. VI, fo. 17, p. The court consisted of Fortesque C.J., Illingsworth C.B. and Markham J. An English translation of the Year Book record is to be found in the Report of the Select Committee of the House o. Commons. of See also The Fane Fragment of the Lords Journal.
; 16 “ ” Parliament. Leo, Lord Welles was attainted in His son Richard, in spite of the attainder, sat in parliament in his wife's right as Lord Willoughby in—5, and This. Footnotes 1 The Fane Fragment of the Lords' Journal, ed. Dunham, Jun.
(New Haven, ); A. Myers, ‘A parliamentary debate of the mid‐fifteenth. Official minute book of the House of Lords. Covers the reigns of Henry VIII, Edward VI, Mary and the first half of the reign of Elizabeth I.
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Total recall and complete understanding inevitably. Covers period from September to November House of Lords, ally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, Francis Fane, 12th Earl of Westmorland (–) Hon. Julian Henry Charles Fane (10 October – 19 April ) He died in Octobera and was succeeded in the earldom by his fourth but eldest surviving son, Francis.
Lord Westmorland's fifth and youngest son Julian Fane was a poet and diplomat. The Countess of Westmorland. The Fane Fragment of the Lords' Journal by William Huse Dunham, Jr. The Fane Fragment of the Lords' Journal by William Huse Dunham, Jr.
(pp. ) Review by: H. Richardson. appears to be a memoranda book of miscellaneous extracts assembled by Edward Stafford, duke of Buckingham (d. ), and by his only son and 2Virgoe, op. cit., p. Compare, for the first parliament of Edward IV, The Fane Fragment of the Lords'Journal, ed. Dunham, Jr.
(New Haven, ); for Henry VII's fourth, W. Jay. for fifty years and sure to continue so for a long time.
The Fane Fragment of the Lords' Journal (New Haven, ) is striking for the beauty of the edition, for its scrupulous fullness in presenting both photocopies and printed text of the entire fragment of eight pages, and for the judiciousness of the commentary.
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