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Atcheson L. Hench Autograph Collection 1562-1649, 1755.

Author: Nathaniel BaconWilliam LambardeLaurence NowellFrancys PartlettHenry Sidney, SirAll authors
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Material collected by Hench, some as an autograph collection and others for use in his classes at the University of Virginia with examples of various periods includes samples reflecting his interest in medieval, Old English, Middle English and Elizabethan scripts.
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Genre/Form: Account books
Census records
Contracts
Deeds
Indentures
Legal documents
Letters (Correspondence)
Notebooks
Petitions
Proverbs
Receipts
Sermons
Speeches
Named Person: William Cecil Burghley, Baron; Edward, King of England; John Fortescue, Sir; Julien Haineuve; Atcheson Laughlin Hench; Edward Wharton; Warcupp family.
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Nathaniel Bacon; William Lambarde; Laurence Nowell; Francys Partlett; Henry Sidney, Sir; William, of Jumièges.; Richard Fitzneale
OCLC Number: 648014750
Language Note: In English, French, Latin, Greek.
Notes: Forms part of the Atcheson L. Hench Medieval and Early European Manuscript Collection.
Description: approximately 37 items.

Abstract:

Material collected by Hench, some as an autograph collection and others for use in his classes at the University of Virginia with examples of various periods includes samples reflecting his interest in medieval, Old English, Middle English and Elizabethan scripts.

Many items in this segment of the collection pertain to antiquarian Laurence Nowell and his student William Lambarde including an ecclesiastical census of England and Wales compiled by Nowell, 1562; History of the Dukes of Normandy by William of Jumiege in the hand of Nowell with marginal notes and index by Lambarde; a copy of Dialogue of the Exchequer by Richard Fitzneale with annotations by Lambarde; and an account of the household of Edward IV, 1574, in hand of Lambarde; a copy of a letter from Lambarde to Sir Henry Sidney, 1576, dedicating his topographical dictionary to Sidney.

Also transcriptions of Lambarde's 1585 letter to the Lord Treasurer on defense of the Low Countries; instructions for sale of royal lands, and for keeping a court-baron, 1589; indentures of Lambarde mentioning William Cecil and Sir John Fortescue, 1591, 1596; a receipt of Lambarde for a land purchase, 1597; a petition from the gentry, ministry and commonalty of Kent to the House of Commons in hand of Lambarde; a letter from John Kynd to Lambarde, 1600, concerning the constables of Blackheaths Hundred; and a document concerning Lambarde's Leases, 1649-1692.

The collection also contain miscellaneous legal documents, many of which pertain to property in London and Kent, including a legal document concerning Rich Langford of Whitechurch, 1593; a document of Nathaniel Bacon, sheriff of Norfolk, 1593; legal documents pertaining to estates, 1596, 1615; a property conveyance, 1599; compaints against Richard Carmarden, Surveyor of Customs, circa 16th c.; and a legal document concerning the Edward Wharton family; an account book, 1603; indentures, 1603, 1607, 1609, 1614, 1619; Francys Partlett to Sir Nathaniel Bacon re revenues from the dissolved monastery at Westerham; speech of Sir John Manson at the King's Bench Bar, 1616; sermon notes, 1623-1629; speech to the House of Commons, 1628; and a legal document concerning a rental in Kent; 1648.

Of interest is Sententiae Alphabaeticae, ante 1623? a compilation of Latin, Greek, French and English poverbs; legal documents of the Warcupp family, 1627-1755; and a notebook kept by a French Jesuit student possibly under Julien Haineuve.

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