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review Ã The English Historical Library × ❰Read❯ ➭ The English Historical Library Author William Nicolson – Johns-cycling-diary.co.uk Excerpt from The English Historical Library In Three Parts; Giving a Short View and Character of Most of Our Historians Either in Print or ManuscriptView and lnfpefl Geefar' Chappel And good Order That the Shelve and Prey were a well made and the Ofice fitted up in itch manner that the Record are very dry and lahy that there i room made for a great Number ofother Record which may be tronl nzitted hither Thi wa the loft Report that wa ma the Com mittee which had any relation to the Tower Where I can tr our Englilh Antiuarie and Hilorian treat ImprovementAbout the PublisherForgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books Find at wwwforgottenbookscomThis book is a reproduction of an important historical work Forgotten Books uses state of the art technology to digitally reconstruct the work preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy In rare cases an imperfection in the original such as a blemish or missing page may be replicated in our edition We do however repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical work.
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Seﬂion the foremention'd Noble Lord Reported a That great Progref war made in Sorting and Digefi'ing the Record in the Tower efpecially fince Mr Topham wa admitted into the Oﬂice of Keeper of Records That the confufd Heap which re lay cover'd with Duff wa now throughly clean 'd and put into Cheﬂ and Shelve in order to be Sorted That the Roll rom the firi Tear of K John to t of Edward the Fourth and the efcheat bundle from Henry the Third to Richard the Third wer placed under their proper Team and a Catalogue made of them That Abfirai were made of the Norman Scotch Welfh and Irifh Roll with Alphabetical lndices of the Name ofperbn and Place That Depofition in Chancery of the Reign oueen Elizabeth m were bundled up Alphabetically That feeeral Thing ﬂill remain'd to be done for putting all in right Order a Abﬂrai of fame Foreign Roll fpatentarollt clofi rolh Charter Antiue That the Clerk were then employ'd in thi Work and that when it finih'd the Record in the Tower will be in very Exai.
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The English Historical LibraryExcerpt from The English Historical Library In Three Parts Giving a Short View and Character of The English EpubMost of Our Historians Either in Print or ManuscriptView and lnfpefl Geefar' Chappel and Examine how and in what manner the Record there might be prefervid' a alfo the Place where the prefent Oﬂice i kept in the aid Tower and what Work were neceﬂ'ary for the Receiving Placing and Digefiing of the faid Re cord That upon the Report of thefe Commzfiioner the aid Lord Treafurer had order'd For providing Preﬂie Drawer and Shelver for the Record in Caefar' Chappel and the dernolihing a Room which having been lately on Fire wa thought to be Dan gerou And that William Petyt Efa wa appointed to Supervijb the Digefiing m Of the aid Record with Power to take in three Clerk for that Service at Per Ann From Michaelmas Over and above a chief Clerk at iool Viz Mr George Holmes The Lord' Committee continu'd their Care for fame W inter' follow thi Afair and after occaional Enguirie in about five.