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Full text of "Index to the Sloane manuscripts in the British Museum"

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STUDIES 

VICTORIA 
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INDEX 

TO THE 

SLOANÊ 

MANUSCItIPTS 

IN THE 

BITISH 

MUSEUM 

BY 

EDWARD 

J. L. SCOTT, M.A., D.LITT. 

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1) REFA 'E. 

TtE Manuscripts here indexed formed a 1,art of the extensive 
scientific and literary collections of Sir Hans Sloane, Bart., M.D. 
After his death on January 1 l th, 1753, in accordance with thc terres 
of his will, his entire lIuseum and Library were offered by his 
cxecutors to the nation for £20,000, and were ultimately purchased 
for that sure out of the procccds of a public lott¢ry under thc Act of 
l'arliament 26 Geo. II., cap. 22, from which the Britis]t 51uscum 
dates its foundation. 

In common with the Cvtton aud Harlcy IISS., which wcru 
with in the saine Act, the Sloanc 5ISS. have retained lhc 
their original collector, with a sepai'ato numcration, 1-4100; af thc 
saine time they serve for a basis to the great series of subsequent 
acquisitions known as tho Additional MSS., the first of wlich is 
numbored 4101, and vhich bave now rcached'the numbcr 37,000. 
As far as No. 5017 tlm Sloane and Additional MSS. togcthcr are 
included in Samucl Ayscough's Catalogue of the Manuscri.pts prescrvcd 
iu the .British Mtscum hitherto undescribed, 1782, 2 vols. quarto. Tle 
description thcre given do hot follow thc numcrical ordcr, but are 
roughly classified according to subject. Although uscful to  certain 
cxtcnt, they are for tho most part înadequate and toc ofton incorrect, 
while tho index is confined to a mere list of tlto porsonal names which 
appear in them. Apart from a new Catalogue, a fuller and more 
systematic Index, with refercnces, hot to Ayscough's pages, but fo 
the manuscripts themselves, ]ms thercforo long 1)een requircd, and, 
so far as the Sloane MSS. are concerncd, if is at lcngth supplied iu 
the present volume. 
of persons and places and particular subjccts, if 

Besides names 
includes a large 

number of 
important of which is prefixed. 

dcalt 
naine of 

historical subjects will be found under the naine of the country to 
which they relate, those of  general character being placed st the 
beginnig and the rest following chronologically under the several 
reigns. With regard to collections of letters, and more particularly 

class-headms, a list of the more 
Volumes and single documents on 



(iv) 

Sloane's own correspondence (4036-4069), he refcrences differ in 
many cases from those given by Ayscough or since quoted dsewhea'e. 

The contents of such volumes 
under the names of writers. 

were formerly arranged alphabetically 
As the disadvantages of this system 

are obvious, the opportunity bas now been taken to change t for an 
order of date, and it must therefore be unders(od that the refcrenccs 
throughout follow the present arrangement. 
Although the numeration extends to 410_0, upwards of two 
hundred and fifty numbers within this limit do hot appear in the 
Index. 5[ost of them were borne by Oriental manuscrpts, printed 
books, maps, and early engravings, which bave been transferred fo 
thc Del,artments of the ][useum to which thoy more properly belong. 
Othcrs were accidentally passed over when the collection was origiu- 
ally numbered, or the volumes bearing them were a]ready missing in 
Ayscough's time; and there are also cases in which two differcnt 
numbers were assigncd to the saine manuscript. The hundrcd and 
sixty-cight documents which go by thc naine of th¢ Sloane Charters, 
but the provenance of which is somewhat doubtful, are also omitied. 
They are, however, included in the Inde.r. fo t]e C]«rters and 1¢olls ht 
Ihe British 3Iuseum, ¢»f which vol. i. (Index Locorum) was 1,ublished 
in 1900. Moreover, aftcr the 1,ublication of Ayscough's Catalogue, 
and ai'ter he Sloanc nmeration lad becn continucd for the Ad- 
ditioal series, upwards of a hundrcd more Sloane ISS. wcro 
idcntifiêd. Although they are numbered Additional 5ISS. 518- 
5027, 5214-5308, tley ought strictly to bave been indexed hcre 
with the test of the Sloane colleciion ; but, as they appear in tho 
Inex fo t]e Additioal 2llauscrTs.... acqured in the years 1783- 
1535, published in 1849, if was hot thought necessary to rcpcat lhc 
cntries relating to them which are there givcn. 
The 1)resent Index was compiled by my prcdêcessor as Kceper of 
51SS., Dr. ]dward cott, and ho is solely resi:onsible for its plan and 
cxecution. In passing it through lhe press he had the help of Dr. 
Kcnyon, Assistant Keeper of MSS., and of Mr. D. T. Wood and 
Mr. tI. I. Bell, Assistants. 

Keeper of JISS. 

16lb SeTtember, 1904. 



PRINCIPAL C]ASS-ttEAI) IN( S. 

Accompts. 
Alchemy. 
Architecture. 
Arithmetic. 
Arms. 
Army, of E,jland. 
Art. 
Astrology. 
Astronomy. 

Bibles. 
Bibliography. 
Bindings. 
Bookplates. 
Botany. 

Catalogues. 
Chemistry. 
Chronology. 
Classics. 
Commonplace Books. 
Companies. 

Dictionaries. 
Drama. 
Drawings. 

Epigrams. 
Epistolography. 
Epitaphs. 
Exchequer. 

Magic. 
Manners and Customs. 
Manuscripts, Owners of, etc 
Maps and Plans. 
Mathematics. 
Medicine. 
Metaphysics. 
Meteorology. 
Military Tactics. 
Mineralogy. 
Mint. 
Moral Philosophy. 
Music. 

Natural History. 
Natural Philosophy. 
Navigation. 
Navy. 
Numismatics. 

Orders. 

Parliament. 
Peerage. 
Philosophy. 
Physiognomy. 
Plague. 
Poetry. 
Prayers. 
Prophecies. 
Proverbs. 

Fortification. 

Geography. 
Geology. 
Geometry. 
Grammars. 

Heraldry. 
History. 

Inscriptions. 
Inventories. 

Kalendar. 

leceipts. 
levenue. 
lomances. 

Sermons. 
Societies. 
Specula. 
Sports and Pastimes. 

Theol ogy. 
Trade. 

Visions. 
Voyages and Travels. 

Law, of E»gland. 
IAturgies. 

Zoology. 



CO R R Eç' T ION S 

AND 

ADDITIONS. 

Abingdon, E,,.l of. 
Bertie. 
Adair (Patrlck). 
rcud 1696. 
Adelardus, Bathonicnsis. 
rcad 2030 or 2422. 
For ff. 179-186 read ff. 181-188. 

For Norrls read 

In last entry, for 1697 

For 2030 

Africa. AFRICAN C0]PANY, ROYAL. 
To rcf¢rences in 2nd cntry add 2728, B. 
f. 193. 

Albany, Duke of. v. Stewart (John). 
Albus (Mag. Johannes de). Dcle de. 
For Alstonne (John) read Alstoune. 
Amadshaw, Sultan. For Menonglabow 
read MenaSgktibau, in Sumatra. 
A.ndemacus. Read Andernacus. 

Arras, Bishop of. Fo»" Rochechouart 
(Guy «le Sève de)read Sève de Roche- 
ciouart (Gu I. de). . 
Arreton, [sle of Wight. For f. 103 read 
f. 98. 

Art. (Cross-references.) For v. Coseu- 
tinus (A. T.) read v. Thylesius (Antonius), 
Consentinus. 
Fo»" v. Voutet (J.)re«d v. Vontet 

(Jacques). 
Astrology. (Cross-references.) 
r. Jabri ibn Haiyn, «l-Tars:tsi 
v. Jabit Ibn Haiyan, al-Tarsad. 
Astronomy. (Cross-refêreuces.) 

v. Kaerleon (Louis) read v. Carleon 
(Louis). 

Athol, Earl of. For Stewart read Stuart. 
Ayyuh ibn Sulaiman ibn Ibrfi,- 
h,m. For Ayyuh read Ayyub. 
Bassano (Abraham). For 1571 rettt/ 
1671. 

lasert Beaufort, D,tc de. v. Vend6me 
(Fram,'ois de). 
Iasert Belloy (Baron de). v. Rodes 
(Claude de). 
Bevilacqua (Ippolito). For Zangani 
read Zangari. 
Before 4034, ff. 107-109, in, cri 
4025, L 117. 

Binns (Josel,li). 
(Joseph). 
Boey (Cornelis), 5'en. For f. 
f. 185. 

A(hl v. also 

Bynne 

190 read 

Erastnus, 1645. Lat. 
lnsert Bolingbroke, 
John (Henry). 
Borillius (Donifacius). 
f. 49. 

Add Verses on Holbein's pictme of 

2764, f. 37. 
Viscount. v. St. 

1," f. 46 rcad 

[nsert Bourdeaux, Seigneur de. 
ville (Antoine). 
Iasert Brixen, C,,,.d. Blshop 
Khrypffs (Nicolaus), de Cusn. 
Bttllmor al. 8pyllesby. 
read Bullur. 

v, Neu- 

For Bull,ner 

Bynne (Joseph). Add v. also Binns 
(Joseph). 
lasert Cambray, Bishopof. v. Landuno 
(Guido de). 
Cambridge, Magd«lene College. 
second entry, ofter sizar add [Sir Samuel 
3Iorland], a,dfor 1614 maxi 1644. 
I, sert Cambridge, Charles, Duke of. 

v. Stuart (Charles). 

Archbishops qL 

Inser t 

Canterbury, 
Parker (Matthew). 
Carlisle, Bishops of. 
(William). 
Insert Castelfranc, Sieur de. 
tonier (Guillaume de). 
[»sert Chalcedon, Bishop of. 
(Richard). 

lnsert Nicolson 

v. Smith 

v. Las Casas 

Insert Wyche 

I»sert Chiapa, Bishop of. 
(Bartolomé de). 
Chichester, Æishops of. 
(Richard de), 8. 
Insert Cleveland, Et, rl of. 
worth (Thomas). 
Coventry and Lichfleld, 
[»+sert Sampson (Richard). 
lascrt Crawford, E«rl of. 
(Ludovic). 

v. Went- 

Bishops of. 

v. Lindsay 

Insert CraoEord-$,iradsay, Earl of. 
v, Lindsay (John). 



viii 

lnsert Dampville, Skbjneur de. v. 
Montmorency (Charles de). 
Insert Dedekenn (Georgius), Arch. 
deacon, of H,mbur.q. Funeral oration 
on P. Nieolaus, 1608. Lat. 28_8 ff: 
98-101 b. 

:Des Loges (Marie Bruueau de). 
de. 

Dele 

Des Marets (D--). 
20, 40 re,d 21, 41. 

In refe,'ence, for 

hsc,'t Dofney (Richard). 
owned MS. 2778. 

Forme»ly 

For Dousenbray, 
bray. 
Down and Connor, 
Insert Leslie (Henry). 
lnsert Dromore, B;shop of. 
(Robert). 
Insert Dunkeld, Bishop of. 
(Alexander). 

6brute, rend Donsen- 

Bishops of. 

v. Leslie 

v. Liadsay 

htçcrt Du Plessis-Marly, Sdgneu,'. 
v. Mornay (Philippes de). 
Durham, Bishops of. Insert Tunstall 
(Cuthbert). " 
Dyne (Sir Lewis). For f. 123 read f. 125. 
Insert Edinburgh, Bishop of. v. Liud- 
say (David). 
England. Oliver Cromwell. In sixth 
Horseman rea:t 

entry, fo," Grant to E. 
Grant to G. Downing. 

nsert Épernon, Duc d'. 

v. Nogaret de 
La Valette (Jeîm Louis de). 

hsert Exeter, Bishop of. v. Woolton 
(John). 
hsert Fayrer (James), M.A., of Queen's 
College, Oxford, Rector of Sulhamstead, 
ce. Berks. Gave MS. 1986, in 1658, te 
T. Barlow. 

1,sert Fitzwalters, 
(Thomas). 
Geoffroy (Claude Joseph), Le Jeune. 
1st enbT, for f. 156 re,.d f. 190. 

Lord. v. Ratcliffe 

Glasgow, Archbishops of. 
say (Patrick). 
Iase,'t Gowrie, Earl of. 
(William). 
lasert Grandison, 
John (Oliver). 
lns«rt Graves (George). 
1646» 31S. 2811. 

hsert Lind- 

v. Ruthven 

I7scount. v. St. 

Owned, in 

Insert Hereford, Bishop of. . Monek 
(Nicholas). 
Indies, West. Add v. aise West Indies. 
Kilmore, Bishops of. AOe.! Wetenhall 
(Edward). 
l"nsert Kingston, Due and Ducl«ss of. 
v. Pierrepont. 
:La :Rochelle. Add r. aise Rochelle, La. 
:Leicester, Barls of. Add r. Sidney. 
:Lincoln, BishOl,S of. Insert Rotherham 
(Thomas). 
Smyth (William). 
Insert :Lisieux, Bishop of. 

(Nicolas). 
:London, 
(Thomas). 

Oresme 

Robinson (John). 
Vaughan (Richard). 
Fo," Lorraine de Vallemont read Le 
Lorraine de Vallemont. 
Insert :Lymington, 17scountess. r. 
Wallop (Bridger). 
Maple (W ). To dote aàà 1711; rG 
reference add 4065, f. 27. 
Margaret of Austria. v. Netherlands. 
Dele cross-ref erence. 
:M:aurepas, Comte de. F Phelypeaux 
read Phlypeaux de Maurepas. 
Insert ]d:oray, Earl of. v. Stuart 
(James). 
lnsert Morley, Barons. 
Insert Morley and 
Barons. v. Parker. 
Insert ]2:ulgrave, Earl of. 
(Edmond). 
Norwich, Bishops of. Add 
(Charles). 
Insert Ossory, tl. C. Bishop of. 
(David). 
Prophecies. (Cross-referenee.) aVor 
Sybil, 2-he, rend Sibyls. 
Insert Richmond, £untess of. 
(Margaret). 
St. Asaph, Bisholos of. 
(John). 
Salîsbury, Bishops of. 
(Seth). 
Bpyllesby al. Bullmer (John). For 
Bullmer rend Bullur. 

v. Parker. 
]Konteagle, 

Add Wynne 

Add Ward 

v. Shefiïeld 

Trimnell 

r. Roth 

v. Tudor 

Bishops of. hsert P, avis 



INDEX. 

A 

A-- (D--). Discourse on figtrees, 17th 
cent. Transi. 3072, ff. 18-35. 
AQ (E--). Horoscope, 1575. 1770, f. 146. 
A-- (G-- G--), $[edicus Iénet«s. Con- 
silium medicum, 1645. 2253, f. 267. 
/k. (I.) v. Arnold (James). 
A-- (J--). Verses by, to Sir H. Sloane, 
18th cent. Lat. 3516, f. 95. 
A-- (S--), 3LD. Mêdical l»rescril»tims, 
1659-166. 4078, ff. 351-355. 
A-- (T--). ,,. Ramsoeus (T--), Lithuanus. 
a (Pierre van der), Bookseller, of Leyden. 
Letters to J. G. Scheuchzer, 1723-1726. 
Fr. 4065 ff. 301,319; 4066 f. 6. 

An (W|llemiua van der). 
C. Clusius, 17th cent. Lot. 
2764, £ 2°.. 
Aalam Guier, Imperor. 
mad, .l«rangzib 'Aiamgr. 
Arhuus, in 
Cauutus. 

Letter t% flore Sir H. Sloane n. d. 
40_69, f. 87. 
Letter to 
Extr(ct. 

v. ll uhall- 

Denmark, Bishops cf. v. 

Abano (Petrus de), M.D., of Padua. De 
membris nutritionis, 15th cent. 3124 

ff. 276-323. 
De venenis, 15th cent. 168, ff: 
117-134 b. 
Heptameron, 17th cent. 3850, 
ff. 13 b-23. 
------ Hel,tameron , translated by R. 
Furner, 17th cent. Irai,er f. 2577 D. 
f. 23. 

Abbés ttll, v. Cornard, Great. 
Abbot (George), Archbislmi) of Cante'- 
burg. Papers relating to his part in 
Lord Essex's divorce suit, 1613. 1856 
ff: 47-50 ; 3828 ff: 1-47. 
Instructions from the Council to, 
for the Bishops of his Province, n. d. 
1775 f. 74. 

/kbbot (George), 
bury (con! inu,',l). 
of his Province 
f. 306. 

1622. 

Archbishoi) of Canter- 
Let, ter to the Bishops 
1622. Copy. 1710, 

Letter to the Bishop of London, 
Coi) v. 1710, f. 306 b. 
Letters t o James I., 1623. Coi)ies. 

826, f. 16 ; 1775, f. 73. 
Royal letter to, as Commissioner 
of the Charter House hospital 16 
856, f. 12 b. 
Lelter t% ff'oto Sir T. Roe 1633. 
;54, f. 305. 
I 
l.etter fo, i'ron J. lbury, ,,,,o. 
654, f. 305 b. 
Abbot (Robert), E;shof of Salisb,ry. 
Eamination of the dedicatory Cld»tle of 
Dr. W. Bishop to the lçing pretixed to 
his pretended reformatiou o|'a Catholic 
defi,rmed 

ceut. 

Lat. 

by W. Perkins, early 17th 
(_b,'rccled dr:tf't. 53î. 
l.etter t, C. v¢,n Zerotm, 1614. 
Copy. 415, f. 2o. 

Abbott (Edward), C/,it:f Chauuter 
lVclls C, th«l,',d. I:oyal letter commen- 
dat«»ry of, t,» tie next vacant resi,letiary- 
slip [1618 t 856, f. 16 b. 
'Abd  Aiz Ibn 'Utn, A1 
lsL Tractatultta astrologicus de latro- 
cinioet furt%lSth cent. 312, ff. 29O b. 
I)e exaltationibus l)lanetarum ex, 
15th cent. 702 f. 4 b. 
Tabuloe varioe astrologicoe ex 15th 
cent. 702 L 12. 
Abdala Raawone, 65di of J[arocco. 
Treaty with England 1661. 3509 L 2. 
Abdalcer idichel. Memorial t% 
from the Governor ol Tangier, [1666j. 
Span. 1955, £ 45. 
Abdalcader irino. Letter to 
Warreu, ch'c. 1669. Sp«n. 3513 ff: 49, 
56. 
Abde ( ), of Pod.. Letter t% 
ff'oto K. Digby, with drat of answer, 
n.d. 4066, f. 321. 

SLOANE INDEX. B 



INDEX. 

Abdeleader Roxo, of Arzilla. Corre- 
spondence, 166-1666. Span. Cophs. 
1955, tr. 6, 47, 49, 52, 96 b, 100 b, 131, 
136. 
Letters to, hom Col. H. Norwood, 
166, 1669. S1)«n. 3499, ff. 19, 38 ; 
3510, f. 89. 
Abdelgrim el Shat, son of the Shat of 
Arujcra. Correspondence, 166.. ,gpan. 
Copies. 1955, ff'. 42, 64 b, 82. 
Abdocrim Hoxis, Kin:/ ¢,.f 
q're«ty with Egland, 1661. 3509, l: '2. 
Abdy (Humfrey). Curatio herniœe pro, 
per l. Veslingium, I646. 200, f. 42. 

Abdy (Sir 

Abeel (J), l¢ecorder 
]'ork Province, 
Cornbury, 1705. 4064, f. 86. 
Abondana (Isaac). Epstola 
Pragestum 1671. 1381 f. 72. 
Abenzohar, 3Iedi6u¢s Arabs. 
'ali ibn Zuhr. 

John). Correspondence. as 
Joseph Kent, with Dr. Crovden,. 1648, 
164. 203, fl 1» 4, 5 ; 3'z99 ff. 178, 179. 
Letter to, from Abbat R. Papa- 
fava, 164. 203, f. 8. 
of AIbo!/, New 
Letter fo Lord 

ad 3. 

r. Abu 

Aberdeen. Catalogus librorum Biblio- 
thecœe Collegii Regii apud, 17th cent. 
3298. 
Pl'esentatin of Dr. T. Bowêr 
the Principalship of the Mariseha| Col- 
hge, 17 lï. 3198, f. 8. 
&borgavenny, B,«ron! I @ Question 
of its descent, 17th cent. 1429, f. 55. 
Abernothy (.). Medical Case, 
18th cent. 4076, f. 376. 

Abernethy (John), Fretend«d Bishop of 
Caithness. Sentence ofdeposition against, 
638. 650, f. 72. 
Abingdon, co. Bo'ks. Inscriptions and 
arms fi'on the church, 1597. 3836 
14b. 
Order for powder to be sent to 
the gnrrison, 1645. 1519, f. 116. 

Abingdon Abbey, c. /3î,-ks. Ex- 
cerpta ex ecclesiastica historia ejus, 
16th cent. 1301, f. 411 b. 

Abingdon, E«rl of. 
tagu). 
Abnet (William). 
1711. 2941, f. 6. 
Abouts (Matthoeus). 
E. Kœempfer, 1693. 

c. Nrris (M,n- 

Letter to J. }'etiver, 

Letter tu, ri'oto 
Dutch. 3064, f. 27. 

Abraham Aben :E'zra. 
ben 2Air Aben 

v. Abraham, 

Abraham, bon Meir Aben Ezr«. Liber 
de secretis de judiciis nativitatum, 15th 
cent. 312, ff. 43-69 b. 
De mundo liber ab H. Bate de 
Hebreo in Latinum translatus, 15th cent. 
312, ff: 70 b-96 b. 
Hali Ben Hamed Hembram liber 
de electionibus h«,rarum translatus per, 
15th cent.. 312, ff. 215-255 b. 
&braham Judoem. r. Abraha,n, bcn 
.IIeir Aben Ezm. 
Abu Abhar al-Kingni, Medic,s 
Arabs. Vita, 18th cent. 3647, f. 42. 
Abd 'Ali Ibn Zu.hr, .lledicoE Ar«bs. 
De conservaione corporis humzni et 
regimine sanit3tis liber translatus ab 
A. de Villa Nova, 15th cent. 59, ff. 21 b- 
35 b ; 130, f. 41-48. 
Canon ejus de curatione lapidis, 
13th cent. 2946, f. 203. 
Abu Bakr Mohammad Ben Za- 
caria Errazzi. ,.. Muhammad ibn 
Zacariy (Abu Bskr), Al-.Rdzf. 
Abu Koraish, Medicus Arabs. Notice 
of, 18th cent. Lat. 3647, f. 37. 
Abu Mohammad Badr Ben Abil 
Osaibi'a. Vitoe et scripta Medicorum 
Arabum, l_th cent. L«. 3647. 
Abu Mohammed E1 Hafld, 
Arabs. Life, 1.th cent. 3647, f. 41. 

Honain Ben Isaac E1 
Arabs. Vita, cum 
catalogo, 18th cent. 

Abu Zaid 
Ebadî, Medicus 
scril,torum ejus 
3647, ff. 45-72. 
Abul Hasan Thabit, Meàicus Ar«bs. 
Vit;, 18th cent. 3647, f. 9 b. 
Abulkasem. v. Khalaf Ibn 'Abbas (Abu 
A|-K',isim), AI-Zahrdwi. 

Abul Salt, Medicus Arabs, in Spain. 
Liber de medicinis simplicibus trans- 
latus ab A. de Villa Nova, 15th cent. 
213, ff. 51 b-63 b. 

Abyssinia. Historia degli Abbissini 
popoli dell' Etiopia, per G. di Baldassare, 
17th cent. 2257. 

Acaninus 'erieus. v. Hunain Ibn 
Ishgk, al-'IbdL 
Accompts. Accompts of the Treasurer 
«,f Christ Church Priory, Canterbury, 
ci,'c. 1436. Fragm. 4074. 
Payments to religious fraternities, 
1497-8. 1009, f. 57 b. 
Accompt of houseliold expenses, 
15th cent. 212, ff: 31-33. 
Household expenses, temp. Hem VI. 
96, i: 44. 



INDEX. 3 

Accompts 

(continued). ]iemoranda of 
purchases of corn and wool, 1-515-1516. 
3501  ff. 1 b, 2. 
Expenses of installation of Loi'c| 
Essex as K. G., 1572. 1786, f. 92b. 
Accompts of a London parish, 
1588. 3939, ff. 2, 50, 57-63, 65. 
. Fragments of accompts, 16th cent. 
I.'r. 2553, ff. 34-42 b, 135-143 b. 
- Accu»rapt «f gol,lsnith's ,ork, l;th 
cent,. 31667 t: 40. 
_ 15ook of fees l».d,1 to olficers ami 
servants of the crown, tc,q). Jas. ]. 
1520. 
Accompts )f the works at St. 
James' l'alace, 1644. 1706, ff. 1-5. 
_. Accompts of moueys of a sailor, 
1648-165]. 3494, passim. 
_ . lIemoranda of felling of wood, 
1659-1676. 3099, tL I b-3. 
__ Accompts of the ship Greyhound, 
1661-1668. 2943. 
_ Accoml»ts of the ship Roermonde, 
1661. 39utch. 2930. 
Private expenses of W. Crosse, 
Fellow of Siduey Sussex Coll., Cam- 
bridge, 1664-167. 3780. 
. Accompts of a trmlesman, 1671- 
1675. 2517, ff. 88 b-92 b. 
lIemoranda respecting provender 
for horse», 166. 2569, f. 32. 
------ Private accompts, 1695 - 1696. 
Span. 3796, ff. 1 b-4 b. 
• -- Accompts kept by a medical prac- 
tioner 17th cent. 2286, ff. 1, 66-71. 
Accom|,ts for victualling the Navy, 
170-170. 3953. 
Bill f,,r watchworks, Holland toys, 
etc., 1731. 4019, f. 82. 

Aceoramboni (Girolamo) De catarl'his 
ex, 1536. 285. 

Achen, in Sumatra. Chart oi r, by Capt. 
J. Kempthorne 1688. 3665, f. 39. 

Acheson (James) Letters to Lord Falk- 
land, 1627 1630. 3827, ff. 102, 181. 

Acker (François van), M,vhant, of Lon- 
don. Letter to, from A. de Le,au, 1629. 
gutch. 406, f. 134. 
Ackres (Thomas), of the Royal G«cdens. 
Letters to J. Petiver, n.d. 4066, ff. 2487 
249. 

Acosta (Joseph de), Jesuit. Extract 
concerning melals out of his « Historia 
Naturalis et Moralis Indie," 17th cent. 
31, tt. 31 b-33. 

Acqua Blanca (Peter d'), Bishop of 
tlercford. Epitaphium, 18th cent. 
1710 f. 3 b. 
Acquet (Henry d'), Physicbm oral 13urgo- 
toaster at Delft. Letter to J. Petirer, 
1703. Ff. 3321, f. 127. 
Acts of :Parliament. r. Parliameu(, 
Acts of. 
Actuarius (Joannes). 
urines, t|'anslated i»y 
cent. :I 635, ff'. 30-61. 
Adages. ,. 'o»thoevis (The,,lori«us). 

_',,ml,endium of 
i. l,arrough, 17lb 

Adair (Patrick) School exereises, trans- 
lations, etc., 17th cent. .Auto:p'. 1249, 
62-119. 

Trait6 de la Verolle, 17th cent. 
1228, ff. 1-61. 
- De memoria, 1674. Autogr. 1247, 
ri. 23-31 b. 

- - Praxis 3ledi'a in itinere ad Indiam 
Orientalem, 1683. 1395. 
Praxis medica in varios casus, 
1686-1697. 1230. 
- Observationes medicze, 17th 
198. 
• - Instructions for 
17th cent. 11987 f. 40. 

a swordsman 

Letters to Dr. L. Plukenett, 1686, 
1687, and n. d. 4062, flic 218-223 b; 
4066, f. 250. 
---------Letters to Sir il. S|oane, 1691, 
169.. 4036, ff: 103, 284. 
--Letter to Dr. D. Be, ldevole, 1692. 
4062, f. 244. 
• Owned in 1678, MS. 1176 and in 
1697, 5IS. 1128. 
_&da, m. Vita protop]asti Adami et Evoe, 
15th cent. 2159, ff'. 70 b-79 b. 
Adores (----). Aqua ad oculos prc- 
stantissima, 16th cent. 5747 A. f. 33 
Adams (Alexander). Letter to Sir 
Sloane, 173.. 40557 f. 264. 
Adams (Archibaid). Letters to Sir ii. 
'» - 4o41 
81oane, 1707-1709. 4040, f. -9. ; , 
ff; 2, 286; 4042, f. 32. 
Adams (Archibal,i), Sur:lcon, of 
Letter to Dr. E. Tyson, n.d. 4f)66, f. ') 

Adams (Arthur), Surgeo. Letter to 
Sir H. Sloane, 1797. 4076, f. 372. 

Adams (George), of Bristol. Letters to 
J. Petiver, 170. 3321, ff. li, 115. 

Adams (Jack), The Fool, of OEerhcnwcll. 
Accourir (f, with au elgy, 17th cent. 
384, t: 30 b. 



4 

INDEX. 

_A_dama (John), Gardener fo the Duke of 
Beaufort. Botanical and other papers, 
171h-18th centt. 3343. 
Catalogue of plants growing at 
Badminton, cire. 1695. Imperf. 641. 
Lotter to, fi'om T. Awbrey, 16913. 
4062, f. 237. 
Letter to, from J. I;obart, 169 s 
3343, t: 142. 
Adams (Mary), of co. North,«nts. Medical 
prescril,tion for, by Dr. J. Mettbrd, 
1655. Lat. 2812, f. 62 b. 
Adams (Simon), M.D. Letter fo Sir 11. 
Sloane, 1719. 4076, f. 374. 
Adams (Thomas), Q,artermaster of 
Dra:loons. Letters to Sir H. Sloane, 
1732, 173. 4052, ff. 113, 189; 4054 
f. 200. 
.. Memorial of his nilitary service, 
addresse,l to Sir Il. Sloan% n.d. 4057, 
f. 246. 
Vitoe Germanorum 
cent. Extract. 

Adamus (Melchior). 
Philosophorum, 17th 
2764 f. 219. 
Addison (Rt. tl, m. 

.losel»h ). Extract 
from his travels in Italy, 181h cent. 
3407 f. 63. 
Addison (De. Lancelot) Preamlde for 
a rel-,ly to proposais of the Mayor of 
Tangier, 1668. 3510, ff: 4, 15. 
Adelardus 13,«thoni['nsis. lsagoge minor 
in Astronomiam, 12-13th centt. Im- 
po:f. 2030, f. 87. 
Magica quoedam ex, 17th cent. 
3846, ff. 179-186. 
r. Euclides. 

_Adelkrantz (A Charlotta), of Stoc- 
holm. List of curiosities from Laplaud, 
1736. ,q'v'«.d. and Eugl. 4054, fl: 271, 
272. 
Admiralty Office. Of the office ofthe 
Admiraltie «,f England, 16th cent. 

7)'asl. 1605. 
_ The Office «,f the A,iniraltie of 
Englan,1, 18th cent. 32:52, ff'. 48-74. 
2kdolph (Cristopher). Letter to J. 
l'etiver,17OS. 3321, f. 176 b. 
2kdolphus, l'r/ncep. tlolst«ti, c. Chemical 
observations from his books, 17th cent. 
1373. 
Adultery. A plea tbr Adultêry, or the 
vindication of whores, 17th cent. 802. 

2lgbenathar (Tlesiphones), 
Jacobî Apostoli. Tractatus 
17th cent. 2864. 

Discipulu.s 
theologici, 

2lgidii (B--Cr) Letter to B. Ene- 
wald, 166. Lut. 2877, f. 91. 

l.gidius, S. v. Giles, S. 
7b2gidius, Crbolicnsis. Versus de urinis 
cum commentario, 13th cent. ; 282, f. 
19 b-46 b ; 420, ff. 85-91 b ;--14th cent. 
568, ff. 201-214; 773, ff. 1-33 b; 1610, 
ff. 38-40; 3550, ff. 10--22 ;--15th cent. 
148, ff. 1-40. 
- Commentary on his treatise on 
urines, 15th cent. 121, ff: 41 b-58 ; 2527, 
ff. 295-306. 
- De urinarum ju,ticiis, 14th cent. 
521, ff. 25-45. 
De contentis urinarum, 14th cent. 
568 f. 214 b ;15th oent. 357, ff. 23-28. 
- Observationes in .&:gidium de uanis, 
16th cent. 574, A. ff. 38-43, 44-57 b. 
- Extract from his Judicia Uriaarum, 
17th cent. 1635, ff. 16-21. 
De puisil)us. 141h cent. 773, ff. 34- 
63; 1610, ff. 35 b-37 b. 
Aquoe et ole, 15th cent. 3149, 
ff. 29, 45. 
,gidius (Petrus), Ant,.'erpicnsis. Verses 
on J. Manardus' Commentaries on Galen, 
15.-36. Let. 1407, f. l 1,. 

)E, gineta (t'aulus). v. Paul, of .dEgin,«. 

2Enigmas. 

• o. P (N), of Edi, bu,'gh. 

Aerssens (Frans van), IL'er van l'laat, 
sou of (brnelis w,n A,.rssens, lteer van 
Sommelsdijl. Voyage ,l'Espagne, 1654. 
3048. 

l sculapius, «t[edicus. 
3647, ff. 24-35. 
2Esop. Fables, circ. 1600. 
[mperf. 1783, ff. 1-6• 

Vita 18th cent. 

-Fn:llish rerse. 

/ketius, Amideuus. Medical extracts 
fronl, by |'. Moore, 1567. 1631; 2141. 
- Excerpta ex operibus ejus medicis, 
18th cent. (,. 2434. 

/ketius (Paulus). r. Aetius, Amide,us. 

2Etolus (Alexander) v. Alexander, 
.tol,ts. 

Aflàaticius (Joanues), ¢',«ssi,,e,,sis. Urinoe 
secun,lum, 13th, 14th centt. 430, ff: 28 b- 
31 b ; 43l, ff. 65-69 b. 
Africa. Limits of, 16th cent. ft«L 
887, t: 2. 
Account of, 17tl cent. 1837. 
Prohibition of commerce with, by 
the D, ke de .le, lina, 1664. Span. 3513, 
f. 8. 
AFaic..x Co)[PaXr, RovxL. Char- 
ter granted to the Royal English Mer- 
chant A,lventurers Company trading to 
Affica, 1663. CoTy. 205 or 992. 



INDEX. 

5 

Afca. AFRICAN COIPANY, ROY,L(COn- 
tinued). Proclamation against interlopers 
in their trade, 168, 1681. 2724, ff. l, 
8-11b. 

. Papers relating to, 
2902, ff. 88-95. 

1696-1700. 

Account of its gold, 17th cent. 
2903, f. 232. 
Arms, 17th cent. 2281, f. l b. 

Africanus (Flaccus) al. Africus (Flavius). 
Compendium Aureum, 14th cent. 3092, 
ff. 2-6. 
De vil herbis vt planetis attri- 
butis liber tertius, 14th-17th centt. 
1754, ff. 45-47 ; 3171, ff. 94 b-102 ; 
3822, f. 59 b ; 3848, ff'. 1-5. 
Afwesta, i,, S,,'ed, n. Account of royal 
copper mines at, by A. Swab» 17'.'3. 
Swed. 3414. 

Agarde (Arthur), Deputy Chand)erhdn in 
the Exchequer. ltemorandum that the 
«, leger book of Westminster Abbey came o 
to his hands by casualty and that he 
purposed to restore it thither," 15ï}. 
1301, f. 400. 
- - Extracts fi'om his book of regist«red 
deeds and treasury rolls, 17th cent. 
1301, ff. 379, 388. 

Agas (Radulph) Super,iio maneii de 
Cornerde Magna alias Abbas Haule, 1592. 
3664. 

Agaso (Andreas) Epistoloe ad P. Reginum 
pro Guarino contra Trapezuntium, 16th 
cent. 2378. 

Agathon, 3., Abbat. 
cent. 1936, f. 129. 

Ager (Arthur) 
Agge (Maria). 
1656. 1707, 

Legenda de, 15th 

v. Agarde. 
Scheme of her nativity, 
f. 34 b. 

_/kgge (Samuel). Scheme of his nativity, 
165î. 1707, f. 6 b. 
Agilum (W.) v. Avinon (Walterus de). 

Aglionby (John), J,m. lllegal appoint- 
ment of, as country-keeper ofco. Cumber- 
land, 1683. 2723, f. 72. 

Aglionby (William). Letters to Sir H. 
81oane, 1692-170 and n.d. 4036, ff. 
128, 143| 4039, £ 411; 4057, ff. 247, 

249. 

Agnes, S. Memoi'ia de, 15th cent. 
2916, f. 127. 
Agostini (Agostiao degli), Phyicitm to 
Cardinal ll'olscy mwl Henry VIII. 
lIedical Receipts devised by, for Henry 
VIII., lbth cent. 1047. 

Agricola (Georgius), tlw Eldçr. Me,lical 
extracts from, 17th cent. 1135. 
- Quaedam de re metallica ex, 17th 
cent. 3119, ff. 1-36, 139 b-167. 
Agricola (Georg Andreas). Letter to 
4037, f. 136. 

Sir il. h, aae, 1698. Lat. 
Agricola Rhomoeus. 
(George). 

v. Starkey 

Agriculture. Extracts fi'on P. de Cres- 
centiis and others on the art of grafting, 
cte., 16th cent. Lat. and E»I l. 1032, 
ff. 1, 7-16. 
De la vie ,les Chatoies et de l'Agri- 
culture par C. de Beauvais, 1645. 736. 
Agrippa (Henrîcus Cornelius). De 
occulta philosophia, 17th cent. Imperf. 
3850, ff. 2-13. 
Occult Phils(Thy , 15-(,k v., 17th 
cent. 3851, iii 75-91. 
• Translation by R. Turner of Book 
v'. of his Occult Philosol,hy , 17th cent. 
2577, B. ff'. 2-22. 
Al,tract by Sir ll. i'latt of lis 
De occulta Phil.s,,l,hia , 17th cent. 
2:23, ff: 1-17, 25-52, 57-59. 
Abstract of his De .cculta philoso- 
plaia, 17th cent. 2246, tt'. 31 b-49. 
Philo- 
3824 

Extracts froa his Occult 
Sol,hy by Dr. French, 17th cent. 
ff. 30-52. 
Excerl,ts from his Occult 
Sol,hy , 17th cent. 3846, ft: 7-12. 

Plilo- 

Extract from, relating to the 
planets, 17th cent. 3648, ff. 47-53. 
Alchemical notes from, 17th cent. 
3632, ff: 111-114. 
Aguiar (Damian), " Z'e,jius ,_q'euator." 
Letters to, from M. Correa, 1601. 
902, ff: 36 38, 66 b. 
Aguila (John de), Sp«aish Captain. Pro- 
clamation set f,,rth at Kinsale in lreland, 
1601. 25, f. 4. 
Agulhas, Cape, South Afric«. Journal 
of voyage from, to Johanna lsle, 1659. 
3672, ff. 67 b-69 b. 
Ahlefeldt (----). Letter ri'oto Genoa to 
--- , 1703. 15.. 2877, ff: 223- 
225 b. 

Ahlers (Cyriacus), Body-Sur,Jto« to 
Geo,'ge 1L et Hawvo'. Proposal to Sir 
tt. S|oaue to eleet Dr. J. P. Seip iuto 
the Royal Society, 1736. Sigwd. 4054, 
£ 220. 
Ahmd Ibn :M:u.iammad Ibn 'Abd 
.llh (Shihab Al-D/a), Al Di»rashki Al 
'Aj, oni, called Ibn 'Ard)shdh. Historia 
de Timuro, 17th cent. 2848. 



6 

INDEX. 

Ahmad l'bn Yusuf Ibn Muham- 
mad (Abri A1 'Abbé.s), Al. Tffiishf Al 
Kaisf Al Abtinjf. Florilegium rei l,,pi- 
darioe, 18th cent. 3240. 

Ahnfeldt (Hans von). Autograph in 
Album, 1608. 3415, f. 38. 

Aikenhead (P--), M.D. Letter to Sir 
H. Sloane, 18th cent. 4076, f. 71. 

Aikerod (Dr.----). Prescription for 
hisinfirmity, late 17th cent. 1087, f. 76. 

Ailesbury, Earls of. v. Brute (Robert). 

/Lilly (Pierre d'), Cardinal Bishop qf 
('o'mbray. Elucidarius astronomicoe 
concordite cure theologia ét cure historica 
veritate, 15thcent. Extr, cts. 636, f. 3. 
• De concordantia discordantium 
astronomorum, t5th cent. Ext,'acts. 
+;36, f. 5. 
- Prima apo]ogetica defensio astro- 
nomicoe veritatis, 15th cent. Extracts. 
636, I: I0. 
Ailliet (John), Yeom,n of the Stirrup. 
Warrant to the Keeper of the Wardrobe 
for delivery of stuff to, 1487. 2251, 
f. 79. 

Ailricus Saxonus. Des«ent of H. de 
Nevill from, 17th cent. 1429, f. 97 b. 

Ainsworth (--), of Ifelma,'sh, co. 
NortI,,-mts. Medical prescription for his 
wife, by Dr. J. Metford, 1655. Lat. 
2812, f. 69 b. 
Ainsworth (Edward). Rec-mmendati«,n 
af, to Gen. Fairfix for employment, 1645. 
1519 f. 108. 
Ainsworth (Robert), Eexicogr«per. 
Letter to Sir H. Sloane, 1729. Lat. 
4050, f. 98. 

Aiscough (Gulielmus), M. B. Signature 
to articles in support of the Faculty, 
16. 393, , . 
Aix. De thermarum Civitatis Aquensis 
natura, 17th cent. 1557. 

Aix de La Chaise (Père François d'). 
Apo, ryphal correspondence with Father 
E. Petre, 1688. Dutch. 609, ff. 92-98, 
99-113 b. 

- - Correspondence with Spon, 
n.d. Ff. Copies. 2280, ff. 37-44. 

juelles (Abraham). Correspondence 
with Col. H. Norwood, 1668, 1669. 
S/)m. 3499, ff: 14, 33, 39, 74; 3510, 
f. 89b. 

Ajuelles (Azar), a .[oor af Tan:fie,'. 
Instructions to, fi'om Lord Middletan, 
1673» 167a. St,an. 1958, ff. 42, 4 h. 

Alanfancius (Philippus), Angticus, M.A. 
et M.D. Practica, 15th cent. 3124, 
ff. 196 b-220. 

Alanus, Philosophus. De lapide philo- 
sophico, 17th cent. 1255, f. 234b-239. 

Alanus, t)hysio«s. Salus vitoe, 14th 
cent. Excerpt. 323, ff. 160-161 b. 

Alarache. v. Larache or EI Arish. 

Alarcon (Francis¢o de), Member of the 
Supreme Cuncil of Castile. Letter to, 
from the Marques de Favura, 1642.. 
Span. 2496, f. 207. 

Alban, S. Hymnusin, 13th-14th centt. 
1580, L 143 b. 

Albano (Petrus de). c. Abano (Petrus 
de). 
Albany, Duke of. c. tewart (John). 
Albemarle, D,,«hess of. «. Cavendislt 
(Èlizabeth). 
• , Duhes of. v. 31onck. 
Alberghetti (Sigismondo). 
of the favourable report of L'Academie 
Royale des Sciences on his work " Nuova 
Artiglieria," 1700. Ff. 4038, f. 27. 

Certificate 

Albertanus, Brixiensis. 
Judex. 

v. Albertanus, 

Albertanus, Jex. De doctrina di- 
cendi et tacendi, 15th cent. 3551, ff. 
50-63. 

Alberti (Alessandro). Capitoli a, di A. 
i". Grazziui, t7th cent. 1880, ff. 138- 
140. 

Albertus, Magnus, L'ishop of Ratisbon. 
De Alchemia, 15th-16th centt. 3120, 
ff. 174-192; 3457, ff. 46-56. 

Compendium super artem alkimie, 
15th cent. 976, f. 32 b. 

Notabilia alchemica, 15th cent. 
3744, ff. 117 b-124. 

Compositum de Compositis, 1582. 
3180, f. 12 ;16th cent. 276, L 3 ; 
7th cent. 

cent. 

342, ff. 130 b-131 b ;14th'cent. 3281, 
ff. 15-19 ;--15th cent. 351, ff. 25-40. 
De ]apidibus, 17th cent. 1009, 
ff. 68 b-72 b. 
Liber lucis, 15th cent. 276, ff. 
75-77 b. 
De natura rerum liber primus, 
15th cent. 405, ff. 65-107 b. 

E?L 3630, f. 70-74. 
Compositio E]ixeris Mineralis, 15th 
3457, f. I09b-113. 
Experimenta physica, 13th cent. 



INDEX. 

7 

Albertus, M,«gaus, Bshop of R«tlsbon 
(contin,wd). Secretum secretorum, 15th 
cent. .323, tL 2-61 b. 
. Semita recta. 15th cent. 323, 
ff. 61 b-84 b; Eng/. 513, ff. 155-168 ; 
I;xtract. 2135, ff. 20 - 21 ;-- 1575. 
Germ. 830, ff. 1-43 b ;--16th cent. 
Eugl. 316, ff. 8-54 ;17th cent. 317, 
ff. 88-91 b, 99 ; Extract. 2170, ff. 18-30. 
Speculum luminum, 15th cent. 
EngL 513, ff. 168 b-178. 

Albortus, Parvus. Occultorum thesaurus, 
ou le petit payant ref-rm, 1544. 2879, 
ff. 31-41. 

Albin (Eleazar). Description of English 
and foreigu spiders, 1732. 4001. 
Drawing. by, of J. Jones' collection 
of i»roductions of Barbary, 17th cent. 
4003, ff. 17-24. 
Letters to J. Petiver, 171½, 1712 
and n.d. 4065 ff. 15, 75 ; 4066, f. 254. 

Albin (Onesiphorus), Sccrcta,'y to the 
H«dson's Bay Company. Certificate of 
the correctness of a copy of the Hudson's 
Bay Compauy's patent, 1668. 2447. 

Albin de Valsergue 
Seres, Ardute«con of 
course of the succession 
the church against Calvin, 
Abstract. 848, f. 18. 
Albinovanua (Caius Pedo) Fragmen- 
tutu de navigatione Germanici per ocea- 
hum septentrionalem, 15th cent. 777, 
f. 31. 

(Jean), dit De 
Toulouse. Dis- 
of ministers in 
17th cent. 

Collegium de Materia 
18th cent. 2964. 

Albinus (Bernhardus). Prælectiones 
publicae, 1709. 2966, tt. 1-20. 
Collegium ejus l,ublicum de mulie- 
rum affectibus, 1710. 2965. 
Medica sub, 

Descripta quoedam ex 
tionibus de Materia Medica, 1717. 

ejus proelec- 
3185. 

Albinus (Bernard Siegfried). Letter to 
Sir H. Sloane, 1740. Zut. 4056, f. o o 

Letter to, from Sir H. 81oane, 1740. 
Lat. 4069, f. 58. 
Albinus (Georgius filius Mag. Johannis). 
Horoscope, 1603. 1770, f. 138. 

Albinus (Joh.). 
ll. 1-6. 

ltoroscope, 1570. 

1782, 

Albricht (Johann Gtinther), of Hildes- 
heim, student of medicine at Leipzi:i. 
Autograph in Album, 1694. 2360, L 84. 
Albubotor Arazi. v. Muhammad ibn 
Zakariy':t (Abu Bakr) Al-Ildz£ 
Albucasis. v. Khalaf Ibn 'Abbis (Abd 
A l-Kisim), Al-Z,.hcdaî. 
Album Amicorum. Marnix de St. 
Al,logonde (Marie de), 1579-1623. 851. 
Willingham (George), 1585-1650. 
235, lL 
Boussy (Charles de), 1608-1638. 
3415. 
• Ruytter (Guillaume de), 1608- 
1630. 3416. 
. Vernati (Philibert), 1615, 1616, 
1623. 2035 A. 
Sibelius  Goor (Caspar), 1668- 
1671. 17:5 or 2597. 
Krieg (David), 1691-1697. 2360. 
Albumasar. v. Jafar lira Muhammad 
(Abd Mashas), Al Ballhi. 
Albus (Mag. Johannes de), dictus De 
Sancto Jacobo. Antidotarius, 13th cent. 
2268, ff: 2-15. 
Alcabitius. v. 'Abd AI 'Azz Ibn 'Uth- 
re;m, A! KabîsL 
Alcazar, in AYw C«stii«. Letter to the 
Governor, froln Lor, l Howard, cire. 1670. 
Span. 3513 f. 54. 
Aleazar (An,lreas), &d&us. Chirurgia, 
17th cent. 1719 ff. 50-342. 
Alehemy. General collections and an- 
ouymous treatises aud processes in l,rose 
and verse; in chronological order, 14th- 
lsth centt. ;--14th cent. lçngL 121 
L 95b; Lat. 323; Lat. 521, L 75; 
Lat. and Ff. 1754, ff. 48-238 b ;--15th 
cent. Lat. 75, f. 97; Let. 212; Lat. 
276 ; Engl. 480, fl: 26-161 b; Zat. 513 
f. 154 ; Lat. 692 ; Eugl. and Lat. 976 ; 
L,t. and Enfl. 1091; Lat. 1118 flç 
4-154; Lat. 1698 fl: 53-66b; Lat. 
2128 fl: 1-30; Let. 2135; Lat. 2268, 
fl: 15 b-17 ; Lat. 2325 ; Lat. 2560 ; 
Lat. 3008 tt 1-70 b; Lat. 3171, fl: 16- 
104 ; Lat. 3548, fl: 109-113 ; Lat. 3744» 
fl: 9 b-124; Z',gl. 3747 ;--1461. Lat. 
338 fl: 52b-56 b;--16th cent. Lat. 
212; Lat. 276; Lat. and EugL 414, flç 
93-121 b ; L(tt. 423 fl: 2-11 b; Lat. 
106 fi: 6t-82; Let. and Enyl. 1077 
fl: 1, 2; L,t. and Ell. 1078 ; Lat. and 

Albohazen HAly Bon Abenragel. Eugl. 109'_' ; E.gl. 1095 ; Engl. 1097 ; 
v. Alf Ibn AI-Rajjil (Abri Al Lat. and EwjL 109_si Lat. and Engl. 

Hasan), Al Kurtubî Al-Shaibdnî. 
Albret (Jeanne d'), Queen of Nava'e. 
v. Navarre, Sot'ereigns of. 

1105 ; L(,t. and EwjL 1113 - 1114 ; 
Lat. and Ew.ll. 1127; Lat. 1136; Lat. 
and Engl. 1146-1153 ; L,t. and E, gl. 
1170-1171 ; Lat. and Engl. 1181 ;:Lat. 



8 

INDEX. 

1183 ; Lat. 1185 ; 1186 ; Engl. 1198, 
ff. 68-82 b; Engl. 1316; Lat. 2o0e;; 
Lat. 2135 ; En,ff. 2174 ; Lat. 2327 ; 
Lat. and Germ. 2528; Engl. 2567; Ff. 
and Lat. 2764, ff. 11, 113 ; Engl. 3086, 
ff. 1-39 b, 48-109 b ; :Lat. 3120 ; Erg. l. 
3162, passim ; En,jl. 3170 ; Ff. and Lat. 
3422; Lat. 3457; Engl. 3579; Engl., 
ri'r. and Lat. 3630-3634; Engl. 3657; 
En:ff. 3706, passim ; En:ll. and L, tt. 
3809 ; --- 1555. Engl. 3004 ; -- 1558. 
Engl. 2598 ;--1572. Lat. 3661 ;--1575. 
Germ. 830 ;--17th cent. Enffl. and Ict. 
12; Lat. 78, fL 81, 84 b; Endl. 83, ff. 
11 b-26b; Engl. 169; En,ff. 279, ff: 
38 b-97 b; Eng. l. 288; En!ll. and Let. 
317; 
Lat. 

Lat. 
427, 
607, fil 73-77; Lat. 609, tL 70-91; 
Engl. 630, ff. 116-120 b ; ].'r. and Engl. 
631, ff: 134, 234, 236 b, 286-292 b; 
Eugl. and Lat. 640, ff. 352-402 b ; Lat. 
646, ff. 9, 14-22, 25; L,d. 689, ff. 32- 
42 b ; Lat. 710; Engl. 715 ; Engl. 731, 
ff. 125-142; E,ffl. 907 ; EI l. 997, ff. 
132 b-138 b ; Eng/. 1094 ; Lat. 1139, 
f. 10, 12, 70-72 b, 75-78 b ; L¢,t. and 
Egl. 1157 ; Let. 1182; Engl., L«t. and 
Dutch, 1255; Engl. 1378, L 302; Engl. 
1386 ; En.ql. 1451 ; Erq.ll. 1512, ff: 152- 
174b; En9l. and Lat. 1687 ; Engl. 
1723; 1,ct. 1793 ; Lat. 1809 ; Lat. 
1810 ; Engl. 1828, ff. 145 - 151 b ; 
Lat. 1842; Egl. 181 ; L,t. 2008; 
Zat. and It,d. 2010 ; £at. and Ff. 
2011, ff: 134 b-153 b (reversed) ; Engl. 
2036; L,,t., EI}I,}I. and IFF. 2101, ff. 10- 
31; Engl. 2169; EmjL 2170; Engl. 
2173; Engl. 2174; Engl. 2175, ff: 52- 
174b ; E»91. 2176 ; Getm. 212 ; En91. 
2188; Ettgl. 2192; E, gl. 2193; EngL 
2194, ff. 77 b-_7 b ; En:ff. 2203, ff. 
118-182, 233-244 b ; Engl. 2208 ; En!ll. 
2218 ; Engl. 2219 ; En il. 2225 ; Fr. 
2382; Ff. 2384; Zat. 2405; En:ll. 
2503, p«ssim ; Engl. 2517, ff. 17-22, 35- 
86 ; Engl. 2532 ; Lat. 2543, ff'. 55-69 b ; 

3684 ; Engl. 3687 ; En:ff. 3691 ; En9L 
3703; Lat. and Fr. 3704; E»gl. 3706, 
passim ; Enql. 3711,passim ; Engl. 3712 ; 
Engl. 3713; En.ql. 3715; Engl. 3719; 
Lat. and Ejl. 3720; Engl. 3721 ; Lat. 
and Er.4L 3729; Engl. 3735; £%jL and 
Z««t. 3738, ff. 3 b, 22 b-46 b, 60-89 b ; 
Ff. 3739 ; Engl. 3747, f. 1 ; En,jl. 3753 ; 
]:,'ngl. 3757 ; EngL 3758 ; EngL 3762, 
ff'. 1-88 b; Engl. 3764, ff. 5-54; Ff. 
3766 ; Lat. and E.]I. 3770 ; 'rj/. 3772 ; 
Engl. 3773, ff. 17 b-46 b ; Etjl. 3774- 
3775 ; L,d. and En,ff. 3777 ; Germ. 3797, 
ff: 6-31 b, 48-151 ; 

En(ll. 2559, ff: 41-46; Engl. 
Engl. 2577, A. ff. î3-65 b ; l:']l. 
ff. 8-114; Engh 2592, ff. 27 
Engl. 2617, ff. 1-14, 66-68 b ; 
2619, ff. 91 b-106, 112-116 b; 
26°4, ff. 10-15, "4--29; 

Eagl. 3799 ; EngL 
3805, ff. 1-110 b ; .Dutch, 3832, f. 314- 
320; Lat. 3898 ; l.'t. 3913 ;---1624. 

and En.q. 319; L(«t. 387 ; Lat. 1787, f. 109 ;--162. Engl. 693, 
ff. 21-28 b, 29-40 h ; Lat. ff: 26 b-39 b ;--1654. 1.'r. 732, f. 174 ; 

2567 ; 
2585, 
b-57 ; 
Enjl. 
En.ql. 
2639 ; 

Engl. 
Lut. and Ff. 
3629 ; l"w.l. , 
Engl. 3638 ; 
E.I l. 3641 ; 

.Ff. 2681, ff. 1-1.q4 b ; '. 2933 ; Lat. 
and Ff. 3116, ff. 74-95 b; Lat. 3117; 
nfl. l. 3162, passim ; Engl. 3180 ; 
3320 ; $ï-. and E»gL 3461 ; 
3549 ; Fng. l. 3613 ; En!ll. 
'. and Lat. 3630-3634 ; 
£n,jl. 3639; Ejl. 3640; 
Engl. 3642 ; lçngl. 3643 ; En:ll. and 
Dutch, 3644 ; EngL ô645, ff. 1-102 b ; 
Engl. 3652, ff. 1-110 ; Engl. 3667 ; Engl. 

28 
--1662. Engl. o,,oo««__, ff: 1 b-136 ;-- 
1672. En.ql. 3636, ff. 100-166b;---16_5. 
Zat. 618, ff. 230-235 b ;---1691. En.IL 
3767 ;-- 1696, 1705. Engl. 2037 ;-- 
18th cent. Z'ngl. 89, ff. 36-40 b; Engl. 
3506 ; En,i l. 3637 ; '. 3693 ; Engl. 
3698, ff. 1-16 ; 3699 ; E«gl. 3751, ff. 1- 
28 ; Engl. 3752, ff. 1, 8-11 b, 19-24 b, 
26 b, 29, 32-133 b ; Ff. 3871. 
Answers to questions touching the 
Philosopher's Stone put to the Devil by 
Elardus, 15th cent. 1118, f. 82 b. 
Catalogue of printed books relating 
to Alchemy, late 17th cent. 696, ff. 1- 
38 b. 

Agrippa (Henricus Cornelius). 
Albertus hlagnus. 
Auaxagoras. 
Aquino (Thomas de), S. 
Aristotle. 
Arondel| (John). 
Artefius. 
Bachemius (Arnold us). 
P_,acon (Roger). 
Bales (John) 
Balta.ar, JtMwus. 
Barsolone (Bartholomœeus de) 
Becher (John Joachim). 
Beckerus (Dr.----). 
Be]in (A|bert), Abbg. 
Bellingham (Samuel). 
Beraud (Pierre). 
Bernard, Moak of Bermondsey. 
Bernardus, Trevisanus. 
Berner (A bel). 
Birport (Robert). 
Blanchus (Johannes). 
Blomefield (William). 
Bodenstein (Adam von). 
Bombast von Hohenheim 
(Philipp Aureol Theophrast), 
called Paracelsus. 
Braces('o (Giovanni). 
Bruni (Benignus de). 



INDEX. 9 

Buono Avogario (Pietro). 
Cenes (Guyllam de). 
Chaucer (Geoffrey). 
Christophorus, Parisiensis. 
Cicilia (Matheus de). 
Clerke (John). 
Coats (Richard). 
Cornes (Jacobus). 
Copus (Martinus). 
Cremona, in [tal.q. 
Crompton (Hugh). 
Dastym (John). 
Dee (Arthur). 
Draper (Clement). 
Dunstan, 5'. 
Edlin (Richard). 
Elias, de Assîssio. 
England, 8orerelns of. I[enry 
IV. Edward IV. 
Eaus (ttomfl'ae). 
V. (I. C.), of fla,nb,,rg. 
F. (J.). 
Flamel (Nicholas). 
Fontanus (Jobannes). 
Francigena (Nicholaus). 
Gassmann (Franz). 
Glauber (Johann Rudolph). 
Grass«us (Joan,tes). 
Guido, de Ment«no. • 
Gulielmus, Brixiersis. 
tlaimo. 
Hermes, Trismegistus. 
Hilardus. 
I:/usaiu ibn 'Abri Alliih (Abri 'Ali), 
c, dled Ibn Sfnd or A vicenna. 
Jhbir lbn Haiyan, AI-T«rshsL 
Janua (Christophorus de). 
Jerouimus, of Rome. 
Joannes Isaacus, calleJ Hollandus. 
Joveninus, Frater, of Rome. 
Kelley (Sir Edward). 
Kellum (Robert). 
Kettler (John). 
Khunrath (Henricus). 
Lanlbspringk (-----). 
Le Goust (Philippe). 
Leister (George). 
Lirnojon de Saint Didier (Alex- 
audre Toussaint). 
Lomerto (Jacobus de). 
Lull (Ram6n). 
Lydgate (John). 
M. (J. G.), of Ley&n. 
Maier (Michael). 
Mantellione (Antonellus de). 
Marrowe (Georgc). 
Mayerne (Sir Theodore Turquet 
de). 
Merlin. 
Merrifoot (Roger). 
Meung (Jehan de), dit ClopineL 
Miriam, the Prophetess. 
Montanor (Guido de). 

Monte-Snyders (Johann de). 
Morienus Romanus. 
Moritz (Pieter). 
Muller (Philipp). 
Mundanus (Theodorus). 
Naplês. 
Nicholaus, J[agister, Ordinh 
Pr'.edicatorum. 
Nieholson (F.). 
North (Gilbert). 
Nort,m (Samuel). 
Norton (Thomas), ,,f flri'tol. 
Nuisement (Jaolues de), Baron. 
O. (J. C.) 
Padua. 
Pantheus (Joannes Augustinus). 
Paupr (Johannes). 
Pearce, the Blac/: Monk. 
Penotus (Beruardus Georgius). 
Percy (Peter). 
Planellus (Antonius). 
Plat t (Sir Hugh). 
Porter (Thomas). ' 
l'roel,ositus (Gulielmus). 
Raganne (-----). 
Randall (Satnuel). 
h:homoeus (Agricola). 
Ricardus Anglicus. 
l.ipley (Ge,,rge). 
Roson (Thomas). 
Rodargirus (Lucas). 
Rome, Bishops of. Hotmrius IV. 
Rouillascus (Philippus). 
Rupescissa (Joannes ,le). 
S. (J.) 
Sawtrey (John). 
Sendivogius (Michael.). 
Sheffield (Edmond), l ¢t Earl qf 
Mulgrave. 
Spencer ( ). 
Starkey (George). 
Suchten (Alexander von). 
Terminis (Raymundus de). 
Thurneiser zum Thuru (Leon- 
hardt). 
Torrescissa (William de). 
Trismosin (Solomon). 
Tyler (Henry). 
Ungarie (Johanues). 
Vadis (.Egidius de). 
Valentinus (Fratcr Basilius). 

Valleusis (Robertus). 
Venetiis (Bartholomoeus de). 
Venetis (Marcus de). 
Venetiis (Rowlandus de). 
Villa Nova (Aruoldus de). 
Walker (Richard). 
Whithede (Da cye ), Cle'rk. 
Zadith fiius Hamuel, 
Senior. 

dictus 

Alcuinus. Epistola de Trinitate ad 
Fredegisum, 14th cent. 1777, f. 89. 



I0 INDEX. 

Aide (Gottfried), of Breslau; Inspector 
of Cloth Mnufactories in Silest. A c- 
count of his collection of xninerals, 18th 
cent. 4020 f. 232. 
Aldenham Manor, co. He,'tf. Case 
of Lord Falkland in a suit on the 
mortgage of, 1628. 3827, f. 153. 
Aldhelm, S., Bishop of ,ç/wcborn. De 
laude virginitatis, 17th cent. E«tr«cts. 
2764, L 133 b. 
Aldrich (Henry), Dcan of Christ Ch.,wch. 
Lette to Siz . Sloane 1704. 4039, 
L 399. 
Alîdgo (Master--). Speech at tlo 
rimerai of old Father Stamnînae 17th 
cent. 922 f. 206. 
Aldwoh (R--). Letter to a lady, 
1697. 1911-1913 L 137. 
Aldwoh (Sir Richard), Provost 
Letter to Lord Falklan, I, 162 e oo_°"v, 
t: 25. 

Alegambe (Philipl,US). 
scriptorum societatis Jesu. 
tra,'ts. 62.4, ff. 1-58. 

Bib]iotheca 
1673. 

Alemann (Conrad von), of 
Treatise on precious stones, in prose 
and verse, 1482. Germ. 448. 
Alemont (-----), JLD. Treatise on the 
Phi]osopher's Stone, 17th cent. 203#4, 
ff. 53-70. 

Alenee (Cresse d'), M.D. of Paris. Con- 
silium medicum, 1651. 2670, f. 9. 
Aleppo, in Syria. Register of letters 
on mercantile affairs from, by W. 
Clark, 1597-1602. 867. 
- A. Olivieri dissertatio de inscrip- 
tione iapidis ex Aieppo G. Cupero 
transmissa, cîrc. 1706. 3563, ff. 13-67. 
Aleric, M.D. of Zucc«. Philosot,hi 
epistola ad, de alchemia, laie |5th cent.. 
1091, f. 170 b. 
Al«ssandri (Vincentio d'), l'eneti«n. 
Ambas.,ador in .Persia. Relatione dt 
Persia, 1575. 1826, ff: 1-9. 
Alssio, Pie«orttese. Receipts out of 
his « Secrets," 17th cent. 2818, ff. 128- 

140; 3692 f. 51 b. 
Alessio (Alexandro), 
tiones ex 17th cent. 
279-294 ; 

Alessone, in Thessaly. View 
Greek Monastery at, 17th cent.. 
f. 43. 

M.D. Observa- 
3118, ff. 274, 278, 
3119, ff. 215-220. 
of a 
1905, 

Alexander I., Pope. 
Bishol,s off Alexander Vil. 

v. Rome 

Alexander, Bishop of Lincola. 
1139. Copy. 3424, f..4 b. 

Seal, 

Alexander, ]Etol,s. 
Apolline, 17th cent. 
f. I'27. 

Versus ex ejus 
G,'e«k. 2764, 

Alexander Africus. 
of Pe,'sia, pscudo,ym. 

v. Kiranus, Kiuç 

Alexander Aphrodisoeus. Com- 
mentarius in Aristote|is librum De 
Anima, 15th cent. 1618. 

Alexander, tloE Great, Ki, uj of Maced,». 
Vita, 13th cent. 1619, ff. 3-11. 
- Res gestœe ex Trogo Pompeio 
aliisque auctoribus, 15th cent. 289, ff. 
109-115 b. 

cent. 

Conference with Dindimus, 17th 
3991, ff. 95-97. 
Epistola de mirabilibus Indie ad 

Aristotelem, 13th cent. 1619, ff. 12- 
17 ;--15th-16th centt. 1785, ff. 2-13. 
Aristotelis Episto]a ad, de regi- 
mine sanitatis, 14th cent. 420, ff. 180- 
183 b ; 430, ff: 61-63 b ; 161 O, f. 4 b ; 
15th cent. 59, ff. 203-206 b ; 282, f. 123 ; 
405, ff: 23 b--25 b; 3554, ff. 37-89;-- 
1456. Irai. 416, f. 16;--17th cent. 317, 
L 82b. 
Epistola de dieta ad ab Hippo- 
crate, 15th cent,. 3866, f. 53. 
Sphe'e of, 17th cent. 3086, ff. 
100 b-107. 

Aloxandor, 
xii libris de 
1-33. 

Trallian. Notata ex ejus 
arte medica, 1599. 64, ff. 

Alexander (Tereuce). Letter to Lord 
Falkland, 163-. 3827, f. 183. 

Alexis, of Pied, wnt. v. Alessio, Pie. 
.wnte8«. 

Alexius (Alexan,ler). v. Alessio (Alex- 
adro), M.D. 
Aleyn (Thomas), Lord Ma:/o," of Lon- 
don. Letters to, ri-oto Sir A. Hesilrige, 
It. Morley, and V. Waltou, 1659. 970, 
ff. 6, 8. 
Letters to, ri'oto the Offlcers of the 
Fleet, 1659. 970, f. 10. 

Alfidius. De spiritu occultato, 16th 
cent. 2327, f. 10 ;17th cent. 2503, 
ff. 91-101. 

Epitre de, au Roy Memphis, 16th 
cent. 3549, ff: 20 b-25. 

Alfonseco (Thomas de), _Port,q]uese, of 
Cochin Chr««. Abstl'act of proposais 
ruade to Charles Il. for finding the 
longitude, 17th cent. 871, ff. 1-6. 



INDEX. 11 

Alfonso :ernandez, 
Chronica del Re Enrique 
17th cent. 2799. 

Palencia. 
ci Quarto, 

Alfonslxs, Magistcr. Alchemical pro- 
cess, 1572. 3661, f. 216. 

Algiers. Relation of 
Englishmen out of, 1640. 
Description of the 
Chas. II. 2755, f. 52 b. 

the escal-,e of 
3317, f. 8. 
city, te.top. 

State of, according fo Consul 
Martin's remarks, temp. Chas. ll. 2755, 
ff. 53-57. 
• Letters to the Aga and l»uana of, 
from Lord Belasyse, 1665. 3499, ff'. 
6  
Letter from Col. Norwood fo 
pirates of, 1666. 8pan. 1955, f. 43. 
. Lettêr ri'oto the Bashaw of, to Col. 
H. Norwood, 1667. 3509, f. 206. 
-.. Lett«r to the Alcayde and 
;overnor, 1668. S/mn. 3499, f. 18. 
Letter to the Bashaw ri-oto Col. 
ll. Norwoo, l 1669. 3510, f. 56. 
Treaty with England, 1671. 2680, 
f. 45; 2755 f. 50. 
Capture of a Spanish galleon by 
Algerine pirates, 1671. Enyl. and Span. 
3511, f. 26 b. 
. Papers relating to captive Eglish- 
men redeemed ri-oto, 1672. 3511, ff: 154, 
160-167. 
List of ships of war belonging to, 
1676. 2755, f. 52. 
Drawing by Capt. J. Kempthorne, 
of an engagement with Algerine meu- 
of-war 1669. 3665, f. 9. 
Chart of, by Capt. J. Kempthornê, 
1688. 

172. 

3665, f. 16. 
Essay on and map of, by T. Shaw 
3986, f. 47-53. 

Algorismus. v. Arithmetic. 

Alguazar Abualoe Zor, fllius Abi- 
meleth fllii Zor. v. Abu 'Ali Ibn 
Zuhr. 
Alhazen Arabs. v. [tasan lbn Hasan 
(Abd 'Ali), callecl Ibn AI Haitham. 

-Ali, et Shat, son of the Shat of Amjera. 
Letter, [1666]. Copy. 1955, f. 42. 
Ail Ibn Abi /kl-Rajjdl (Ab al 
Hasan), A! Kurtubl AI-Shaibdni. Ex- 
cerpta ex, de judiciis Astrorum 17th 
cent. 3746, f. 6. 
- Of the state of a sick man, 15th 
cent. 6, ff. 43, 46 b. 
De fure et furto, 15th cent. 309, 
ff. 24-30 b. 

'Ali Ibn Ahmad Hembran. l»e 
electionibus horarum liber ab Abraham 
Ju,leo translatus, 15th cent. 312, ff. 
215-255 b. 

Ali Ibn ludhwn Ibn 'Ali Ibn 
J'Afar (Abu Al l¢tasan). Astrologica 
qu;edam, 16th cent. 1620, ff 73-76 b. 

/kl PlllL His tractate of the regeu«rated 
sait of nature, translated by F. E., 17th 
cent. 487 ; 609, ff: 31-39. 

Alicante, in Vale,wia. 
1831, A. ff. 1-23. 

Chart ,t 1665. 

Alington, 1,',«,,til,j qf. Arms, 16th cent. 
1.301, t: 
Alington (Robert de). Sermo 
mandatis et plagis, 14t h cent. :2'.'75, 
tt: 215-218. 

All Souls, Colle,je off v. Oxford, 15i. 
versit,j of. 
Allacci (Leonê), l(eeper «,f the 
Libra,'y. Instructions fo, respecting the 
removal of the Palatine librarï 
Heidelberg to the Vatican, 1622. 
631, ff. 1-8. 

Allardinus (--), 
Prescription sent 
catarrh, by Dr. 
1681. 647, f. 70. 

P,'eacher in Embden. 
to, for scurvy and 
S. Bellingham, circ. 

Allatius (Leo). v. Ailacci (Leone). 

Allegory. Directions for painting Mle- 
gorical " tables," late 16th cent. 1041 ; 
1062 ; 1063 ; 1082 ; 1096 ; 1169. 

/Lllen (Benjamin). Scheme 
nativity, 1640. 1707, f. 18 b. 

,,f his 

Allen (Edlnund). 
1670. 391o. 

Commonplace bo,,k, 

Allon (Henry). 
1723. 4078, f. 262. 
Allen (John), 3[.D., o]" 
Letters to Sir H. 5loane, 
4076 ff. 324, 326. 

Letter to Sir H. Sloaue, 

Bridgw«te,.. 
1720, 1721. 

Allen (lfichard), SoMier st Tan!fie,.. 
Charge against, for assault, cire. 1673. 
3514, L 140. 
/kJ_len (Thomas), M.D., of C«h«s Colle:le, 
CarMle, Physician fo Bethlehem Hos- 
Tit,d. Medieal disputations, 17th cent. 
Lat. 3308, ff. 26, 288. 
. Formerly owned MS. 30. 



12 

INDEX. 

AIIen (William). Letter to Sir H. Sloane, 
1740. 4076, f.. 328. 
Allerton, North, co. York. Inscriptions 
and arms from the church, 1601. 3836, 

f. 27. 
Allestry (James), 
H. Power, 1663. 
Alleyn (George). 
MS. 2463. 

boo]sell«,'. Letter to 
Copy. 1326, f. 39. 
Owned, in Febr. 158, 

Alleyne (Ja--). 
2463. 

Formerly owned MS. 

Alliaco (Petrus de), Cardin,,1. v. Ailly 
(Pierre d'). 
Allington (. ), J[rs. Apophthegms, 
17th cent. 848, f. 17 b. 
Alliot (Jean Baptiste). Observations on 
his "Trait6 du Cancer," 18th cent. 
3.J«3, f. 264. 
Allison (Robert), Cal,tain. Voyage 
from Jamaica to Porto-Bello, 1679. 
2752, ff. 29-35. 
America» 

Voyage of, round S. 
I680-I681. 2752, ff: 36-71. 

Allix (Pierre), D.D. Letter to- Pety- 
worth, 1708. 4026, f. 291. 
Allix (Willielmus). Owned, in 1702, 
MS. 2726. 

Allo (Carolus). Aureoloe J. d.e S. Amando 
abbreviatoe per, 16th cent. 2411, 
ff. 61-70. 

Allonville (Jacques Eugéne d'), Chevalier 
de Lom;ille. Letter to Sir H. Sloane, 
1 715. Ff. 4044, f. 75. 

Allori (Agnolo), called "Il :Bron.zino." 
Capitoli, 17thcent. 1880, t4. ls2-440 b. 
A]lot (Robert). Verses to his school- 
toaster, 16th cent. Lat. 130, f. 73 b. 
Allsap(3largaret) Letter t o Dr. Binns 
circ. 1630. 153, f. 173. 

Aasses (M-- d'), 
masses. 
Almeyda (Pedro d'), o.f Zisbon. 

v. D'AI- 

Letter 
to J. Petiver, 1715. Ff. 3322, f. 86. 
Alsopp (Roger), Colonel, et Tangier. 
Quarrel with -- Carpenter, 16.}. 3514, 
ff. 26, 28. 
Charge of mutiny again.t R. 
Nowell, 167o. 3514, L 34. 
Charge against J. Boroughs, 1673. 
3514, f. 185. 
, At,pointment of examiners of 
accompts of tax-gatherers at Tangier, 
1674. 3511, L 265. 
Letter to J. Luire, 1673. 3514 
f. 174. 

Alsopp (Roger), Colonel, af T«ng. ier (co. 
tia,wd). Letter to the Tangier Commi- 
sioners, ¢i,'c. 1674. 3512, f. 87. 
Letter t% ri'oto Capt. P. Fairborne, 
1674. 3512, f. 23. 

Anyn (----). 
late 17th cent. 

Receipt for a rupture, 
lo87, £ 6. 

Almaoela (Roderico Fernandez d'). Let- 
ters to, ri'oto M. Correa, 16tt0. Lat. 
902, ff. 13 b, 14 b, 17 b. 

Almanac. Almanac for the year 1597. 
:l'wo !,,.b«led leaves. 1032, ff. 36, 37. 
Èxtracts ri'oto an almanac for the 
n,eridi.,n ,f Chester, 1683. 2281, f. 55b. 
Extracts from almanacs for 1683. 
2281, f. 59 b. 
Rude sketch of a Clog-Almanac, 
late 17th cent. 1009, f. 80. 
Almansor. r. Muhammad ibn Zakariya 
(Abu Bakr). ,d-R6zL 

Almeida (Luis de), Gorernor 
y(u'c. Letter to, 166. 
1955, f. 2 

o] AI- 

Aloghius (Vincentius). Consilium me- 
oo 
dicum, 17th cent. ._53, f. 202. 

Alphar (Sebastiao). Letters to, from 
M. Correa, 1600. Lat. 902, ff. 3, 4, 5. 

Alphide. v. Alfidius. 

Alpinus (AIpinus), Medicus l'rofesor 
l'ataci, us. Coasilium medicum, 17th 
cent. 2253, ff. 70-73. 

Alston (Charles), Secretary of the Col- 
lege of Physicians at l='dinburgh. Letter 
t o Sir H. Sl(ane, 1735. 4054, f. 92. 
Alston (John), Clerk of the ronds n 
Chelsea Parîsh. Letter to ----- Houlms, 
1738. 4066, t'. 122. 
Letter to Sir H. Sloane, n. d. 
4057, f. 250. 

Alstonne (John). Formerly owned MS. 
2687. 

Altostis (William). 
ficativum secundum, 
2199, : 9 b. 

Unguentum mundi- 
16th cent. 

Altoviti (Giobattista). 
A. F. Grazzini» 17th 
141-143. 

Capitoli a, di 
cent. 180, ff'. 

Alum (Francys). 
• --, ff: 22, 25. 

Bill of goods for, 1562. 

Alured (Thoas). 
of Bucki,gham on 
17th cent. 1455, 
f. 307b. 

Letter to the Duke 
the Spanish Match, 
ff. 20-23 ; 1710, 



INDEX. 

13 

Alvarado (Felix Antonio de). Letters 
fo Sir H. Sloane, n. d. 4057, ff. °-52, 
253. 
Alvarado y Bracamonte (Andes 
,le), dit tIoffman, v. Hoffman «le Alvarado 
Bracamonte (An,lres). 
Alvares de Toledo (Domingo), l'ro- 
cttr, 1or General «le la IIorden de 
F,'ancisco. Carta de, al Padre Com- 
missario General, 1667. 3984, f. 241. 

Alvarez (Gabriel), of M, tdrid. Letter 
to, from J. White, 1714. Lat. 4t)65, 
f. 162. 

Alvarez de Portugal (Nunez), Gorernor 
of Porterai. Correspondence with l[. 
Correa, 1600, 1601. Lat. Copies. 902, 
f. 2, 45.45 b, 47, 48 b, 56, 57 i,, ¢;2, 63, 
63 b, 64, 68 b. 

Alvarez de Toledo (Pedro), J[a,'q,,is 
de IïH, tfranot. Promise, as Viceroy of 
Naples, on the introduction of the Inqui- 
sition into Naples, 1547. [taL 2103 
f. 179b. 

Alvarez de Toledo (Gabriel). 
3283 was dedicated fo him. 

MS. 

Alvarus Hispanus, 3[ajister. Tabula 
,le diebns criticis, 13lb cent. 342, f. 133. 

Alvetanus (Cornelius),"Rodius." On the 
Philosol,her's Stone, 1565. 1744, ff. 4-. 

Alvey (Thomas), M.D., Feilow of 31«rtvn 
Cdl«:p, Oxfor:l. Formuloe me, licinarum, 
1667. 491, ff: 1-3, 26-56 b. 
Corresl,ondence with Dr. T. Noveli, 
1681. Lat. Copies. 491, ff. 4-24. 
Alwaye (Thomas). Petition to [?Anne 
Boleyn] for release from the Towel', 
[53-53]. 27, f. b. 
y Ben Hrahaman Sayer, AI- 
cayde of A&as, w. Letter to Mahamet 
ci Tebib, 1669. 8pas. 3499 f. 70. 
Letter to, ri'oto Col. H. Norwo«,d, 
166$. Sp,«n. 3499, L 31. 
Amadshaw, Sultan. r. Menonglabow, 
St,, off 
Amanda Villa (Henricus de), JL dicus 
PIilQTi $'«.oE A'cgis. Eml,lastrum , 
14th cent. 1754, f. 30 b. 

Amaral (Petrus), Societatis Jes«. 
pendium Aristotelis 
2983. 

Amarat (Melchior d'). 
M. Correa, 1601. Lat. 

Colll- 
logicoe, 17th cent. 

Letter to, ri-oto 
902, f. 56. 

Amatus, Lusit«nus. v. 
Castello Branco (Joo). 

Rodriguez de 

Ambassadors. Instructions to tempp. 
E,lw. VI.-Jas. I., coilected by Sir J. 
Peyton, 17th cent. 2442. 
Instructions for ambassadors and 

diplomatic agents with their 
duties and i»rivileges, 17th cent. 
ff. 490 b-535 b. 
Forms of recel,tic, ns of, in 
an,I Rome, 17th cent. Ff. 
230-235 b. 
Amberes (Hernan,lo de). 
muchas formas «le letras y 
lenguas, 17th cent. 3864. 
Amboyna, in te 1]lo/,«ccas. 
proceedings af, by the 
the Eglish, 17th cent. 
185. 

France 
2144, ff: 

Libro de 
diferentes 

lIelation of 
Dutch against 
3645, ff'. 177- 

Ambra(Giovanni l;attista d'). Lettere a. 
trattante d'o,iori, «li distillazioni e di 
fi,,ri per L. Magalotti, 1693. 2756, ff. 
192-219. 

Ambrose, S., Bishop of Jl'il,n. De 
bono mortis, 14th cent. 2515, ff. 36-55. 

Ambrose (Wi|liam). 
cent. 1008, f. 185. 

Pr,l,hecy , 17th 

Ambrosinus (ttyacinthus). l'hytologia, 
17th cent. l.;.,.t,',,,.ts. 2352, f. l b. 

Amelia, Princess, 2nd dan:Il, ter qf Geo,çe 
IL Rel,ort as to the cause of her 
illness, 18th cent. 3984, f. 99. 
Summons «,f Drs. Steigertahl an,i 
Amiens to Kensington Palace to bleed 
her, n.d. Ff. 4066, f. 246. 
Bu||etins of her hea|th, Lth ceuX. 

4078, t: 368. 
Amelot (). 
de Cambis, 1737. 
f. 251. 
Amelot de la 
Nicolas), Sieur. 
sion of Tacitus' Moralia, 
Sherburne, late 17th cent. 
ff. 1-.58. 

Letter fo the Conte 
Ff. Ext,',tcts. 4055, 

Houssaye (Abraham 
Translation of his ver- 
by Sir E. 
En,jA. 1048, 

Ameriea. Historia «le las I t,,lias l,or 
B. de Las Casas, 1492-150L 3052-354. 
Relacion de la detruycion «.le las 
ludias pot B. de Las Casas, 1552. 375. 
History and description of the 
English dominions in, 17th cent. 3861, 
ff. 62 b- 67. 
Prqiect for keeping New Egland 
dependent on Egland, 17th cent. 3962, 
1: 51. 
Paper relating fo the employment 
of the Yanaconas Indians in the mines 
of Potosi» 1606. Span. 3055 ff. 8-19. 



14 

INDEX. 

Amorica (continued). Correspondence 
conc. two indians lodged with Dr. Haber- 
field at the Hague, professing themselves 
to be members of a new society of 
Christians called " Societas Coronoe 
Equestris ordinis," 1643. 648, f. 41. 
Relations des Missions des PP. de 
la Compagnie de Jdsus dans les isles et 
dans la Terre Ferme de l'AraCique Meri- 
diona]e, 1665. 1019, ff. 164-195. 

Account of l'ennsyivania, New 
Eng]and, etc., 1689. 2902, ff. 164-17. 
Papers relating to the English 
l,hmtations in, 18th cent. 2902, ff'. 
245-248. 
Relation of D. Ingram's journeys 
through a great part of North America, 
1582. 1447. 
Capt. B. Sharp's " South Sea 
Waggoner," 1584. 44 ; 239. 
Relation of voyage to, by Cal)t. 
W. Jackson, 1642. 793 or 894. 
Narrative of voyage round South 
Amerîca, 1680-1681. 2752, ff. 36-71. 
Journal of voyage to Maryland and 
back, 1705. 2291. 
De animalibus novi orbis, 17th 
cent. 1139. 
Accouuts of American animals and 
plants, 18th cent. Prose and rere. 
4020, ff: 212-220. 
Description of American plants by 
C. Plumier, 18th cent. 2337. 
Catalogus plantarum American:- 
rum, 17th cent. 22ç2, ff. 1-21. 
Delineationes plantarum Ameri- 
canarum aC. Plumier, 17th cent. 4017. 
Curiosa Americana, 1716. 3340, 
ff. 279-297. 
Drawiugs of American Indiaus, 
17th cent. 4015, f. 36. 
SOUTYI AMERICAN COMPASY. Pro- 
posais for, submitted to James Il., 168. 
3984, f. 210. 

Amerye (Elizabeth), o] Northall. Pen- 
ance for adultery, 1568. 1710, f. 161. 

Ames (Henry). Letter to Sir H. Sloane, 
n.d. 4057, f. 254. 

Ames (Joseph). Letters to Sir H. Sloane, 
173-1743. 4052, ff: 247, 359 ; 4053, 
ff: 90, 112, 118 ; 4055, f. lol ; 4056, 
f. 254; 4057, f. 221. 

Amiens, i Fr«nce. 
généralité de, par .I. 
3291. 

Mdmoire de la 
B. Biguon, 169. 

&miens, Dr. «. Atnya.d (Claude). 

Amiens (François d'), Fr«ncisc«n. 
Translation of Dionysius the Areopagite's 
"De cccle»ti hierarchia," 15th cent. 
Ff. 3049. 

Amla (Moseh). Letter to ----, 16ï 
1713, A. f. 45. 

Amman (John), Professor of Botany t,t 
St. Petcrsb,rg. Letters to Sir H. 
Sloanp, 1734-1741. Lot. and Evj. 
4053, t: 232 ; 4054, ff: 32, 99, 18, 297, 
28 ; 4055, ff: 155, 315, 339 ; 4056, ff. 

28, 109, 132, 268, 355. 
Letter 
1968, f. 85. 
Letters 
1735, 1740. 
48. 

to ------ Collinson, 1740. 

fo, from Sir H. Sloane, 
4068, f. 281 ; 4069, f. 40, 

Amouroeus 
(Peter). 

(Christian). 

v. Moritz 

Amoy, in China. Draught of the en- 
trance into the Roadstead, by Capt. J. 
Kemptho,me, 1688. 3665, f. 70b, 71. 
Amsterdam. Praxismedicinoe in Noso- 
comio Amstelodamensi, late 17th cent. 
609, ff. 40-60 b. 
. De viribus medicamentorum in 
officinis Amstelodami usualium, 17th 
cent. 3068. 

Qusedam ex Pharmacopoeia Aln- 
stelodamensi, 17th cent. 3118, f. 277. 
Letter to the magistrates, from 
B. Severinius, ['1662-1663]. 2t70, f. 97. 
Amthor (Christopher Heinrich). Cata- 
logue of his writings, 17th cent. Gcrm. 
290, f. 24. 

Amynd (Claude), Serje«nt Surgeon to 
George II. Report on Mrs. Coke's body, 
172. 4078, f. 99. 
Summons to, fo bleed Princess 
Amelia at Kensington Palace, n. d. 
4066, f. 246. 
Letters to Sir H. Sloane, 1722, 
1724. 4076, ff. 330, 331. 
Letters fo Dr. Scheuchzer relative 
to inocu]ation for the small-pox 1729. 
406, B. f. 17. 

_Amyatt (John), of Totnes, co. Devon. 
Letter fo Sir H. Sloane, 1724. 4047, 
f. 296. 

Anacreon. Oda in A morem a B. Vul- 
canio versa, 17th cent. Lat. and Dutch. 
2764, f. 18 b. 

nagrams. Anagram on the naine of 
" Bt«es," 17th cent. 2282, L 39 b. 



INDEX. 15 

Anastasius (Joseph), a Gree of 
Amasei« in C«pp,,docia. Letter to 
Bishop Andrewes, te,,q,. Jas. I. Rom, i«. 
118, f. 36. 
Anatomy. r. Medicine. 

Anaxagoras. Natural Conversions ; an 
alchemical work, 17th cent. 2503, 
108 - 123 ; 308a, ff: 48 b- 53 ; 3636, 
ff. 135-152. 

Aneient Britons, Socicty of. v.S,,cieties. 

Anckelmann 
Schroedter, 1688. 
Letter to 
Lat. and Germ. 
Andalusia, Province of. 
redeemed by, circ. 1666. 
ff. 15-19. 

(Eberhard) Letter to ¢'. 
(x, rm. 2876, f. 119. 
G. Sehroedter, 1688. 
2877, f. 24. 
List of cal,tives 
SI)an. 3513, 

Andeolus, 5., Martyr. 
cent. 1772, ff. 19-23. 

Vita, ear]y 13th 

Andemacus. v. Guinterius (Joannes). 

Anderson (A), Secretary fo the Socicty 
for l'rop,,jatbg Ch,'istian Ifnowledge & 
8cotlmwl, etc. Letter to Sir H. Sloane, 
with papers, 1731. 4051, ff. 310-314b. 

Anderson (Anthony Tolhurst), Fello,r of 
All S, mls College, Oxford. Testimonials 
to, as candidate for the Professorshil» of 
Music at Gresham Coilege, from Oxford 
University, 172. Copies. 4065, ff. 
313, 314. 

Anderson (C--). Letter to -----, 1660. 
Lat. 4062, f. 152. 

Anderson (Henry). Letter 
Carlisle, 168. 2724, f. 139. 

to Lord 

Anderson (Lancelott), Captai, of H,,ll. 
Aecount of Greenland, 17th cent. 3986, 
ff'. 78, 79. 

Anderson (N-), ,_%Idiot at 
Charge against, for assault, 1673. 3514, 
f. 166. 

Anderten (S-- d'). Letter from ber t,, 
Sir H. Sloane, 1740. Ff. 1968, f. 85. 

Andrade (Domingo Lopes de), of l'alt,,- 
dolid. Letter to J. Darila, 1690. Port. 
2456, L 153. 
Receipt for two che.ts, 169. 
Portwj. 2989, £ 279. 

Andreoe (Antonius), Dulc(fluus. 
tiones super Aristotelis Metaphysieam, 
1457. 3453. 

Andreas de Caldrinis 
l_)«cret. ])oct., Canonicts 
Formerly owned MS. 2269. 
Andrée (.John), Sen., M.D. 
Sir H. Sloane, 1736-1743. 
4056, f. 156; 457, ff: 220, 225. 

(Joannes), 
B o r, onie n , is. 

Letters to 
4055, L 8 ; 

S. I.egeuda de, 15th 

cent. 

bu, T, co. l;ucks. 
for, by Dr. J. 
2812, fi 42. 
Andrews (Jl.). 

v]" llitc«lde(,.,, ¢o. 
Sit" Il. Sloane, 173(5. 

bv J. 

Andreoe (Johaun Valentin), 'uperin- 
teutens Calbensis in Ducatt |i%ten- 
b,'rgi«v. Epistoloe ad, a J. Dury, 1633. Angelbright (John). 
654 ff. 23, 152. (Johauu). 

Andrewes (Lanceiot), B.hol, qf lITn- 
chester. Collection of his letters and 
papers, 17th cent. 118. 
Judicium de articuli» Lambethano 
Synodo a D. Whitakero oblatis, 17th 
cent. [mpeq'. 414, f. 4 b. 
Notes round in his service-lmok, 
written in his own lmnd, 1638. Lat. 
and ngL 827, ff. 19-23. 
Letter to, from H. Broughton, 
1603. 3088, f. 95 b. 
Inscription on his monument at 
St. Mary Overy's Church, in Southwark, 
1630. 118, L 47. 

Andrewes (Nicholas). 
And re wes, [ 1619-1626]. 

Letter to Bisho 1, 
L,t. 118,fi 38. 

Andrews (57," Henry), 13,trt., of Lat/,- 
31edicai prescription 
Metford, 1652. Lat. 

Letter» to Sir ti. Sloane, 
1722, 1731. Itt. and Engl. 4046, ff'. 
309; 4052, f. 50. 

Andrews (William), of co. E,,'e.c. 
ment to, of iand, 17th cent. 
fi 18b. 

Feoff- 
1317, 

Andrighetius (Andrighetus). Respon- 
sum quœestioni de pete per boum car- 
hem illata, 17th cent. 2253, ff'. 91 b-94. 

Androsius (Lancelotus), A)». Wintoui- 
esîs, v. Audrewes (Laucelot). 
Anecdotes. Exempla quorundam morun, 
lôth cent. 289, ff: 57 b-59 b. 
Angel al. Aungell (John), of 
C'hri, ti Colle,je, O.l'd. Sermon at fit. 
Mary's Church, Oxfor, l, o;r6 1570. 297, 
m 79 b-86. 

r. Engelbrecht 

Andrew (Jo»hua), 
Glouc. Letter tv 
4054, L 28.[. 
Andrewes, of co...Vo,l. «,,,/ 
Fami!!l of. Arms aP.d crest «ff, 
Hawtrey, 17th cent. 3714, f. 28. 

Andrew, 
1936, fi 7 b. 
Andrew (John). Letter fo 
5|«,rtimer, 1736. 40;6, f. ll.6. 



16 INDEX. 

Argelio (Pietro), «la B«rga. Asias, 
metrice, 17th cent.. Imperf. 3090. 

-Angeorius, Ta,,rlnensls Gymnasii Aec- 
tor. lMet.ho,lus curandorum morborum, 
1619. 3133, ff. 325-338. 

-Angibaud (Ch---). 
S|oane], n.d. Lat. 

Letter to [Sir H. 
3322, f. 139. 

-Angier (John). Contract with Dr. R. 
Busby for work on his house at Chis- I'IIL r. England 
wick, iate 17th cent. 1009, f. 144. ' 

/krne, ,ç'. Hymnus in, 14th, 15th ceutt. 
2471, f. 36; 2565, f. 22; 2633, f. 28 
2683, f. 20. 
• . Memoria de, 15th cent. 2916,f. 125 
Servme in honour of, 15th cent. 
L,,t. 2515, f. 111. 
Arme of Austria, Mother of I ouis XI I. 
v. France, l(îrq]s of. Louis XIV. 
Arme of Cleves, 4th u'ife of IIenry 
Zo,'creigns of. 
Henry VIII. 
-Annesley (Arthur), 2nd Visco,nt l'a- 
le, th«, ofhrw. 1st Earl of Anglesey. A. 
Rhumaud Oratio de educationepuerorum, 
addressed to, 1659. 152.5, ff. 113-123. 
Letters fo Dr.. E. Borlase, 1680, 
1:81. 1008, ff. 263, 2a5, 280, 294.298, 
322, 330, 33"_'. 
-Annesley(Fran«is), 1st lYwount l'alenti,, 
a»d B.ron Mounnorris, lïce- Treasurcr 
qf [rehtnd. Letter to, from Charles I., 
1627. 3827, f. 112. 
Warrant to, from Lord Loftus and 
Lord («« k, 16. 3827, f. 175. 
-Annesley (Francis). Letter to Sir 1I. 
Sl,ane, 1725. 4048, f. 74. 
Armesley (Mary), wife of Arthur, 5th 
Earl of Analesey. l:ledical case, 1718. 
4078, f. 104. 
-Anol:ly/us. l.etter tltus signe,I to Sit" 
tt. Sl,,;no. n.d. 4057, f. 271. 

-Angla (Maria). tl,,roscope, 1515. 1697, 
f. 52. 

Anglesey, Earl of. v. Annesley (Arthur). 

Anglicanus /kulicus. 
signed, to Sir tI. Sloane, 
4050, ff. 76,102. 

Letters thus 
172-, 1729. 

nglico (Juanni). Compendio trino di, 
de la exl»erientia de la Trinita, 17th 
cent. 3004, ff. 63-87. 

Anglicus (Galfl'idus). Astrological tract, 
17th cent. 3690, f. 93. 

-Anglicus (Johannes), tic Ede. 
1563. 20o6, 

Rosarius, 

Angling. Treatise on, 17th cent. 1160. 
" l'i»ctor," a poem on, [10;3- 
1]77]. L,d. 17o9, ff. 181-183. 
laits f'tw fishing, 16th cent. 4, 
t'. 39 ,; 96, ff'. 27, 29 b ;circ. 1673. 
149, ff'. 72 b 74. 

_Anglo-Saxon Language. Elementa 
Saxonica, 17th cent. 586, ff. 43 b-52. 

Angmit . " 
(, alter), M.D. Ju, igment t,t 
uriues, 17th cent. 1635, ff. 7-15. 

_A.nguish (Edmond). Collection by, of 
W. Camle's grants of arms, 16th cent. 
3485. 

-Angus, lE,.t,.l of. v. Douglas (Archibald). 

-Anhalt,--, l','ince of. Descril,tion 
by, of his Museum, 18th cent. Engl. 
4019, ff. 16, 17. 
_Anisson (Jean). Letters fo Sir H. 
Sloaue, 1699-1715, and n.d. Fr. 4037, 
f. 342; 4043, ff. 185, 234, 261, 266, 
316 ; 4057, tL "256-279 b. 
------Letters to, from Sir H. Slt,ane, 
1715, and n.d. /;'r. 4068, f. 97 ; 469, 
f. 88. 

Annandale, E«rl of. v. Johnstone 
(William). 
A_n_napolis loyal, in Nova Scotia. 
Letters and orders relating to its govern- 
ment uader . Vetch, 1711-1713. 3607. 

Anpringhen (J,,hanues G:,Sl,ar ,le), 
B,t«o ; ¢_hm,'r,«rius A,'cl, blucis A, ..trhr. 
Consilium medicum fro ejus stupoe im- 
proviso, 1643. Ittd. "-'253, ff. 192b-lt35. 
Anselm, S., Archbishop of Canterb,,ry. 
De conceptione B. Marioe Virginis, 13t], 
cent. 1056, A. ff'. 7 b-9. 
Eucidarium, 14th, 15th centt. 
2275, ff. 230-244 ; 3551, ff: 10-49. 
- De beatitudine celestis patrie, et 
meditationes, et orationes, 14th cent. 
1613, f. 70 b-82. 
. - De redemptione humana, 14th 
cent. e275, fl: 62-63 b. 
Quoedam ex 15th cent. 
ff. 67 b, 72. 

982, 

/knstey (Mary). Letter fo Sir H. Sloane, 
18tl cent. 4076 f. 332. 

Anstis (John), Gaffer King-at-Arrns. 
Letters to J. Bagford, 1713, [171!]. 
3339 f. 14' ; 4065, ff: 142, 151. 
Letter to Sir R. Sibbald, 171. 
3339, f. 150. 
Letters to Sir H. Sloane, 171- 
1722. 4044, f. 145; 4046, ff. 66, 207, 209. 



INDEX. 

17 

Anstis (John), (]arter lïing-at-Arms (con- 
tmued). Letter fo-----, 1719. 4065, 

L 292. 
Letter to, fi-om Sir 
1714. 4065, f. 147. 
Anstruther (Sir Robert), 

R. Sibbald, 

Anbassador 
to Demrvo'h. Autograph in Album, 1614. 
3415, f. 27. 
. Letter from his chaplain to J. 
Dury, 163.3. 1465, f. 195. 

Anthill (Wiiliam), 
Sentence of death 
3514, f. 75. 
Anthimus, Cornes. 

£Lldler af T ruj;o'. 
passed on, 1671. 

Epistola a,I Teo- 

dericum Regem Francorum de observa- 
tione ciborum, 17th cent. 31£t7. 
Anthony (John), M.D. Praxis medica, 
1635. 489. 
- Prœescl'iptiones medicœe, 1628-1632. 
2688. 
Anti-Christ. Nonnulla de Antichristo, 
15h cent. 289, f. 91. 
Antigonus, [(ing. of M'acedon. Dioclis 
('arystii epistola ad, de morborum 
proes.agiis, 17th cent. Engl. 1592, 
ff. 14-17. 

Antigua, [sb«ndof. Statement of prices 
of articles tra,led for at Antigua aud 
names of traders in the Island, ch'c. 1680. 
978, ff. 51-58 b. 
Antiquities. De ritibu.% diis, mori- 
busque Veterum adversaria, 17th cent. 
377. 
Drawings of trumpets, etc., foun,l 
in Dnngannon Lowr Barony, co. Tyrone, 
". 4065» f. 138. 
17la 
l)rawing of a trumpet found at 
4048 

Griffinrath, co. Kil,lare, 172 . 
,- 
f. 
v. also Art. English. . 
Antium. v. Anzio, in Ira O. 

Antoni (Henry), A bat of 
Note of electiou in 1436. 

M/ssenden. 
747, f. 55 b. 

Antoninus, 
arum, cure 
17th cent. 

Attstus. Iter Bl'itanni- 
R. Talboti annotationibus, 
3067, ff. 1-10. 

Antonio, Althcc«ry of t/e Jesuit Col- 
lege of ',,n A,don at Lisb,n. 
from J. Whitc, 1712. Lat. 
Antonio, 3led,«s Hisp«,us. 
medicum, 17 th cent. 
Antonio, Prior de Cr«to, fin,jido Rey de 
Pvrtug«l. Carta a, de Philippe II., 
1588. 3610, : 19. 
Antonio (Juan), Provincial of the Order 
of the Tri,,it!l. Letters fo, from Ff. B. 
Serrano, 1673, 1675. 3513 ff. 99 110. 

Letter fo, 
4065, f. 56. 
Consiliuln 
2253, f. 122. 

SLOANE INDEX. 

Antonio (Nicholas). Snpl,lementa ad 
ejus Bibliothecam Hispanam Novam, 
17th cent. 288. °, ff. 1-24. 
Antoniolus (Antouius), of Padaa. Com- 
l»endium medicinoe et chirurgiœe, 1612. 
329. 

Antonius, « 13itonto. Sermon at 
Milan, 24 5larch, 1455. 416, ff. 142- 
149b. 

Antony, of t'adua, 8'. Memoria de, 15th 
cent. 2916, f. 124b. 
Antrobus (Denjamin), Jtn. Copy by, 
of .I. Bauthumley's theologi«al treatise, 
17th cent. 2544, ff. 1-53. 
Antrobus (Robert), of Eaton. Letters 
3.I, ff. 145, 
to J. l'etiver, 170!, 1704. oo 
147 ; 4063, f. 236. 
Antwerp, in Behji, m. Account of, late 
17th cent. l'mi)er f. 1009, f. 213. 
Anusius (Petrus), lCnctts. Sermo «le 
omane Cabal:e mysteriis, 18th cent. 
1411 or 2957, ff. 331-338. 
Anzio, in It«l!/. Extract respecting its 
port, 18th cent. 3407, f. 63. 
Aphenry. v. Penry. 
Aphorisms. On the generation of 
man the revolutîon ofhuman souls, etc., 
17th cent. 530, Il: 75-91 b. 

Apianus (Petrus). Cosmographia, early 
17th cent. Extract. 838, iL 69-88. 

Apollonia, ,., 17rgin an,t Martyr. 5Ie- 
moria de, 15th cent.. 2916, ff. 128-130. 

Apollonius Tyrius. Narratio de, early 
13th cent. 1619, tt. 18-29 ;--16th cent. 
oo'q 

Apono (Petrus ,!,,). v. Al,ano (Petrus de). 
Apophthegms. 'The table of good 
counselle,' 16th cent. 292, ff. Or, 61. 
Apostles, œho. 3lemoranda de vitis 
eorum, 13th cent. 1772 f. 7. 
Apostolius (31ichael), of Byzanti,m and 
Crctc. Oratio contra duos ejus disci- 
pulos scelestissimos, ,luorum utriusque 
nomen erat Emanuel, aiterum Creten- 
sem, alterum Heloa, 15th cent. G,-. 324. 
Apothecaries, Society of. v. London. 
Medical Societies. 

Appion (Peter). Comprobation of the 
chemical arl, 17th cent. 3688, f. 148. 
Apples (Joannes Benjamin d'). Letters 
to J. Petiver, 1709. 4064 ff. 211 215. 
Apponus (Petrus),Patavinus. v. Abano 
(Petrus de:). 
Appyllesby. r. Bullmer. 

C 



18 

INDEX. 

Apsley (John), of Lewes, cv. 
Letter to his kinsman, J. Petiver, 1712. 
4065, f. 59. 
Apuleius (Lucius), Mad, turensis. 0pera, 
16th cent. 2586. 

Apuleius Platonicus, «li, s Plato 
Apoliensis SJrbis. De virtutihus 
herbarum, 12th cent. 1975, ff. 1 b-6, 
12 b-49 b. 

Apulia (Johannes de). Processus alchc- 
mici, 15th cent.. 3457, ff: 420 b-426. 

Aquoe Solis. v. Bath, co. Soin. 

Aqua Vitoe. v. Chemistry. 

Aquino (Thomas de), & Commentarii 
in summoe Theologi«e l,artem primam, 
per Fr. I. de Luna, 1585. 891. 
[te essentiis essentiarum, 15th 
cent. 2156, ff: 130 b-148. 
D,. [ato, 15th cent. 2156 ff: 154 b- 

159. 

Ire turba minori Philosol,horum, 
17th cent. En.t l. 3638, ff: 92-128 b. 
Testamentum alchylnicutn, 17th 
cent. 

288, ff. 179-181. 
Compendium super secretis artis 

3004, 

118-121. 

alchymie, 17th cent. 
- ]ecepta alchymica, 
976 f. 29 b. 
Arabim Vitre 

15th cent. 

et scripta Medicorum 
Negri, 

A rabum ex Arabico versée a S. 
18th cent. 3647. 

Arabic. v. Oriental MSS. 

Arboriculture. OE the cultivation of 
fig-trees, late 17th cent. I,'r. 629, 
ff. 358-371 b. 

Arboys (William de), of Salines in Bur- 
gundy. Receptœe alchymicoe, 15th cent. 
976, f. 42. 
Arbuthnott (John), M.D. Order of 
Council fo, to take miasures against the 
plague, 1721. 3984, f. 91. 
Report on Mrs. Coke's body, 172â. 
4078, f. 99. 
Letters to Sir H. Sloane, 1707- 
1713, and n.d. 4040, f. 377 ; 4041, 
ff. 171 189 ; 4042, f. 120, 234 ; 4043 
ff. 72, 76, 187; 4057, ff. 273-285; 
4076, ff. 334, 336 ; 4078, f. 282. 
Letter fo the President of the 
Royal Society, 18th cent. 4026, f. 240. 
Archoeology. Dissertation by Sir T. 
Browne on sepulchral barrows, etc., 17th 
cent. 1827, ff. 40--43. 

Archer (benjamin), Viow of Quaint,m, 
co. Eucks. Letters to S H. Sloan% 
n.d. 4057, ff: 286, 288. 

Archer (Francis). 
was written for him in 1601 by 
Burgles. 
Archer (Thomas). Letter to Sir 
Sloane, 1715. 4044, t\ 80. 

MS. 3721, ff. 2-47, 
W. 

Archiestoun Castle, co. Til:,[rary. 
Attestation by the Royal Commissioners 
of the defence of, by H. Peisley, 1642. 
100, ff. 75-8. 

Aragon. 31odo de proceder en Cortes 
de, por G. «le Dlancas, 17th cent. 2301. 

Archilleus, l'hyslcnts. De corporibus et 
sl,iritibus , 14th «cent. 1754, ff: 84-94. 

Aragon (Fabritius). Letters 
51. Correa, 160% 1601. Lat. 
5 b, 8 b, 44. 

tO, froll| 
902, 

Aragona (Nico, lo Michele d'), Prbwipe 
dt C'«ssano. Letter to Sir H. SIoane, 
1738. tal. and Lat. 4055, f. 417. 
Letter fo, from Sir H. Sloane, 
1738, 1739. 4069, f. 1. 

Araugius (Joannes). I.ett,.r to, fi'o, 
M. Correa, If;01. L«tt. 902, f. 31. 

_A.rbatel. Magical treatise, 17tl cent. 
3851, ff. 10 b- 29. 

Arbilleur (L), 3I.D. 
the Plague, addressed to 
,.'ire. 1666. Ff. 3267. 

Trea t ise On 
Louis XIV 
., 

Arbogastus (Joannes), Cornes d« lTum. 
Consilia medica pro ejus aflctu hyt, o- 
chrondriac(,, 17th cent. 2253, ff: 184- 
192, 294. 

Archimedes. Collections from, by 
Lord lorchester, 17th cent..Lat. 2119, 
lmSim. 
El,istola ad Regcm Gel,nem I 
2623, ff'. 61-73. 
Sketch and description of his brass 
screw 17th cent. 2577, A. ff. 4-89. 

Archipelago. C. B,,ndel,ontii liber 
insularum Archipelagi, 1642. 3843. 
Relacion de la nouvelle isle dans 

l'Archipel, 17o7. 3396, ff'. 55b, 
72b. 

Architecture. 
the rive columus 

H. Bluom's l;ook of 
of Architecture trans- 

lated by 1. T., 1608. 904, ff. 26-37. 
Commonl,laee book «,1 building and 
arehiteetvre, 165. 531. 
Tran»lation of A. l'alladio's 1st 
book of Architecture, by G. liehards, 
1676. 911, ff: 1-63. 



INDEX. 19 

Architecture (omtiuucd). The Mirl'or 
of Architecture by V. Scamozzi, reviewed 
by J. Schuym, and translated out of 
Dutch by W. Fisher, 1676. 911, ff'. 65- 
83 b. 
On the structure of Italian houses, 
with plans, 17th cent. Enfl. trand. 
866. 
Fxcerpta ex Vitruvio aliisqu¢ 
auctoribus de architectura etc. 17th 
cent. 1009, ff. 62-68 b. 
- Estimate for stables fOl" the Dukc 
of Beaufortl 18th cent. 4019, f. 25b. 
grco (Olivier d'), Count. Letter to Qn. 
Elizabeth, 1.580. !tal. 3299, f. 9. 

Arctophylax. 

v. Bernard (Frands). 

Ardagh, Eishop cf. 
(John). 
Arderne (Johannes), de 

v. Richardson 

Nev'ark. Prac- 
tica de fistul in ano, 14th cent. 341 ff. 
4t-69 b; 3844 ;15th cent. 6, : 141- 
154 b ; 76, f. 143 ; 238, ff: 99-214 ; 277, 
ff. 60 b-75 b ; 563 ff. 63-121b ; 795, 
ff. 96 b-163 b ; 2002 ;---17th cent. 1991, 
ff. 14-159. 
- Liber ledicinarum 14th cent. 
56 ; 3.35, ff: 1-78 b ; 341, ff: 1-40 b ; 
354, ff. 26-99 ;15th cent. 76, ff: 1- 
143 ; 238, ff. 8-96 b ; 347, ff. 2-75 ; 795, 
ff. 20 b-96 b; 962, ff. 123 b-248 b; 2122 ; 
16th cent. 563, ff. 122-129 b ;---17th 
O0 
cent. 1991, fl: 168-224 ; .._71 
- Scala sanitatis contra pestilenciam, 
etc., 15th cent. 1080, A. ff. 31b-36. 
De curatione oculorum, 15th cent. 
75, f. 145. 
 - l':x libro ejus colhcta tempore 
Angli l,a»tem Gallioe Aquitanioe occu- 
pabant, 17th cent. 3428, f. 67. 
Ardglass, Cvuntess ::f. v. Cl'Omwcll 
(Katharinc). 
------ Z'a,l of. v. Cromwell (Thomas). 
Arebalo (Francisco de). Letter fo, 
from Lord Sandwich 1668. 
3-99 f. 67. 
Arensfeld (-----), Colonel, of l[ambu,'g. 
Account of his duel with Capt. Gulden- 
klei, 17th cent. Lat. 2144, f. 175. 
Arevalo. r. Arebalo. 

Arevencii (Guid0). 
Rogerii Chirurgiam, 
99-216. 

Commentarius itt 
14th cent. 3550, 

Argall (John). Correspondence with 
Cambridge University, 1618. 3562, 
ff. 81 b, 82. 

Argent (John), M.D. Medical prescrip- 
tions, 17th cent. 1080, B. f. 64. 

Argentine, 
registro de 
1301 f. 144. 

b;t,,ti/y of. 
evidentiis de, 

Argiers. v. Algiers. 

Excerl,ta c 
16th cent. 

Argile (----), of co. S, ss. Note of 
birth ami sickness of, 1624, 1650. 1708, 
f. 106. 
Argolus (Andreas). Tables of the pri- 
mum mobil% 17th cent. 533, ff: 3 b-11. 
Argote (Fernandez Muàoz «.le). v. Mufioz 
de Argote (Fernandez). 
Arias Montanus (Benedictus). Auto- 
graph inscription, 16th cent. Aramaic, 
IIe., Gr. and Lat. 2ï64, f. 106. 
Arien, B,«y of, in 1"cru, Map of, 1681. 
3820, f. 89. 

Ariosto (Lodovico). M. 
in, 17th cent. 396, f. 18, 

Aristophanes. Scholia 
Nubes et Equites, 17th 
ff. 1-12. o"'-', -.,""o, 40-42. 

Bacon versus 

in Plutum, 
cent. 1324, 

Aristotle. Operum synopses, cum in- 
dicibus, 17th cent. 406, A. ff. 88-118 b. 
-- Commentarius in opera ejus, 17th 
cent. 1320. 

 Index to his 
3005, ff: 55-62. 
Compendium 
naturalis ex ejus 
2982. 

works, 17th cent. 

totius l»itilos,,l,hioe 
libris, 17th cent. 

- -- Commeutaria in libros ,le coelo et 
round% de sensu et seusato, de memoria et 
reminiscentia, de sonno et vigilia, de 
longitudine et brevitate vitoe, et de 
anima, per M. Ramzay, 148. 748. 
-- -Commentaria in libros ejus ,le 
physicis, de clo et muudo, de genera- 
tione et corruptionc, et ,le aninm, ITth 
cent. 1967. 
-------- l'rolegomeua in cjus librt, s ,le 

naturali auscultatione, «le c(elo, et ,le 
generatione et interitu, 1618-1619. 
2018, ff. 2-182. 
• . - Quoestiones in libros octo de l,ly- 
sico auditu et libros quatuor ,le coe!o, 
17th cent. [tnperfl. 399. 
- .. Comnentaria in ejus t,hysicam 
auscultationem et universam 1,»gicam, 
a I3. ,le Lara, 16th cent.. 3445 ; 344;. 
- De anima, cum Alexaudri Al,hro- 
disoei commentario, 15th cent. 1618. 
- Annotationes ex libris de anima, 
lîth cent. 738, ff. 2-:25, 27. 
Commentarius in libros ejus de 
anima, 1662, 1663. 1221, ff. 122 b- 
174. 

c2 



20 

INDEX. 

AriBtotlo (cmtinued). In libros ejus de 
anima exceptiones Vicomercati Physici 
Regii, 17th cent. 3043, ff. 31 b-90. 
Disputatio prooemialis in octo 
libros de physico audit.u, 17th cent. 
142. 
J. Broughtoni disputationes in ejus 
libros de generatione et corruptione, 
1604. 2583. 
Ohservationes in ',libros ejus ,le 
ortu et iuteritu, 1662-3." 1221, ff. 62- 
105. 
• De signis et rnoribus naturalibus 
hominutn, 15th cent. fmi)er f. 112t, 
ff. 1-97 ;--17th cent. Iml)er f. 1626, 
f. 94. 
- Expositio e.ius sententioe de separa- 
bili corpore humano a G. l'ostello, 17th 
cent. 1412 or 2958, ff. 262-28O. 
Liber anatl,omioe, 15th o.nt. 
ff: 36-98. 
. De iroprietatibus herb:u'um et 
lapidum 15th cent. 2459 ff\ 9 b-16. 
-------- Proposita librorum quatuor priorum 
ethicorum ad lqicomachum, 16th cent. 
108 ff. 9-43 b 56-62. 
Quoedam notatu digna in ethicam, 
17th cent. 955, ff: 120-133. 

Commentarii in ejus ethicam, 18th 
cent. 3138; 3139. 

Adnotationes in librum primum 
mol-alium ad Nicomachum, 17th cent. 92. 

Quoestiones in ejus metaphysicam 
ab A. Andrea, 1457. 3453. 

-- Quoestiones in ejus metaphysica, 
17th cent. 400. 

Extracta ex ejus metaphysicis 17th 
cent. Lat. 2557, f. 12 b-16. 

Commentarii in ejus metaphysicam 
18th cent. 3136 ; 3137, ff. 1-209. 

Compendium 
Amaral, 17th cent. 

logicze ejus a P. 
2983. 

• Compendium ad ejus logicam ab 
A. a Fonceca, 1661-1662. 2988. 

Commentaria philosophica in ejus 

logicam, ab A. van 
Commentarius 
18th cent. 3140. 
Anatomia libri 
lytic-rum, 17th cent. 

l)ijck, 1674. 3177. 
in e jus logicam, 

posteriorum ana- 
955, Il: 101-119. 

Opiniones philosophorum e libris 
physicorum, 17th cent. 1130. 
In physica ejus commentatio, 17th 
cent. 1981, ff. 1 b-34. 
J. Tomsoni commentaria in phy- 
sien, 17th cent. 2856. 

Aristotle 

(conthaueà). Compendium 
physices ad ejus proescriptum a C. 
Woiphio, 17th cent. 3046. 
Commentarii in ejus physicam, 
17th-18th centt. 3134 3135. 
De physiognomia; 12th-13th centt. 
Lat. 2030, ff. 95-103 ;---14th cent. 
323, ff. 180 b-188 ; 3281» ff. 19 b-23 ; 
[mperf. 3469, ff. 34-36. 
- Analysis in ejus libros politicorum, 
per R. Hackluitum, 1588. 1982. 
SUPPOSITITIOUS WORK. De secre- 
ris secretorum,seu de regimine principum 
liber a Philippo clerico translatus, 14th 
cent. 1934, ff. 84-122 ; 3469, ff. 1-22; 
15th cent. 3554, tr. 37-159. 

Epistola ,le sauitate tuenda ad 
Aiexandrum, a Johanne Hispalensi trans- 
lata, cure el,istola ejusdem Johannis 
llispaniarum Reginae dedicatoria, 14th 
cent. 420, ff: 180-183b; 430, ff. 61- 
63 b; 1610, ff. 42 b-43 b. ;--15th cent. 
282, ff: 123 ; 405, ff'. 23 b-25 b. 
Secreta secretorum ad Regem Alex- 
au01rum 15th cent. 59, ff. 203-206 b ; 
2413 ;--1456. t, tl. 416, ff. 16-17 ; 
--17th cent. Imperf. 317, f. 82 b. 
--English metrical version by Lyd- 
gare and auother of his Secreta Secre- 
torum, 15th cent. 2027, ff. 53-92; 
2464. 

-Alexandri Magni epistola ad, de 
mirabilibus Indiœe, 13th cent. 1619, ff. 
12-17 ;--15tb-16th centt. 1785, ff. 
2-13. 

De conductibus aquarum, 12th- 
13th centt. Lat. 2030, ff. 110-113. 

De chiromantia, 12th-13th centt. 
Lat. 2030, ff. 125-126. 

14th cent. 1754, ff. 95-112. 
Dicta de Alchemia, 14th cent. 
323, ff: 95-109. 
-- Practise of the Philosopher's stone 
17th cent. 3640, ff. 127-138. 
Excerpta alchemica ex, 17th cent. 
2405, pa'sim. 
 Expositio textuum Aristotelis et 
Hermetis secuadum R. de 8alopia, 15th 
cent. 3744 ff. 54-60. 
Concordance between him and 
Hermes by G. Ripley, 17th cent. 3667» 
ff. 149 b-157. 

Liber l»erfecti Magisterii Alchemioe, 

- De signis astrologicis ad Alconem 
Regem liber primus, 16th cent. 69» 
ff. 37-,tl b. 



INDEX. 21 

Aristotlo (contin,ed). Sanguinis inspectio 
in phlebotomia secundum, 15th cent. 
134, f. 169. 

Arithxaetic. De algorismo, 14th cent. 
Imperf. 514, ff. 1-8. 

- Algorismus, cure 
----- Saxton, 15th cent. 

commento, |,y 
513, ff: 26-43. 

- Quoestiones et l, rob|emata arith- 
metica, 15th cent. 513, ff. 43 b-56 b. 

• - De algorimo, 15th cent. 
f. 

De figuris et usu humer,tutu 
Arabicorum, 15th cent. 513, f. 58. 

Rules ami examples in Arithmetic 
o O 
16th cent. 2497, ff..,-3, b. 

Arithtneticai questions with solu- 
tions, 16th cent. 1329, f. 19 b-'26 b. 

A book of Arithmetic, 17th cent. 
1428, ff. 72-178. 

Arithmetica practica, 17th cent. 
3146, ff. 149-197. 

A schoolboy's Arithmetie b.,k, 
17th cent. 1203, ff. 40-78. 

Arithmetical examples, 17th cent. 
2766 ff. 33-51 b. 

System of Arithmetic, 17th cent. 
1440, ff. 2-9 b. 

. Examples of Decimal Arithmetic, 
17th cent. 2279, ff. 60-63. 

De arithmologia, seu ratione 
numerandi, 17th cent. 651, f. 159. 

Arletta, Concubhw of Robert of Aror - 
nmndy, v. Normandy, Dukes of. 
Robert. 

&rlington, Baron. v. Bennet (Henry). 

Armagh, Archbishops of. 
v. Bramhali (John). 
Ussher (James). 

A.rmand (George). Letter t. Marshal 
Bellefonds, 1678. Ff. Copy. 631, f. 187. 

Armenin. Vocabu]arium 
Latinum 17th cent. 1574. 

Armenico- 

A.rmenia (Petrus de). 
cent. 'J76, f. 18. 

De Tartaro 15th 

Armitage (Richard). Letter to R. Bere, 
1678. o-,o -,:. 
.,.o, f. 29. 

Armory Office. Fees t. otlàcers in, 
temp. Jas. I. 1520, f. 31. 

Arms, English. Arms in churches in 
eos. Worcester, bIottingham, Middlesex, 
Oxford, Berks, Salop, Wilts, Somerset, 
York, Cambridge, Northampton, Lin- 
coin, and Durham, 1589-1601. 3836, 
ff: 9-31, 50 b-52. 
- Engraved arms «,f the 
Turkey and E. ludia Companies, and the 
iivery c, mpanies of London, 17th cent. 
Impef. 4ol l, ff. 42-72. 
Afi'ican Merchant Adven- 
turers Company, 17th cent. 2281, f. 1 b. 
• Hudson's Bay Compauy, 
17th cent. 2281, f. 3. 
 Arms of the College of 
Physicians, and of the members 1666. 
4a)00. 
Duteh. Representation de l'etat 
ecclesiastique et seculier de la Comte de 
Heynaut, 17th cent. 4011, ri: 73-92. 
Frencl,. Lorraine (Charles l. de), 
Bishop of Met , 1548-1551, or Lorraine 
(Charles II. de), Bislwp of Metz, 1578- 
1607. 2418 (on cover). 
Ger»wn. Arms of German nobility 
by P. Vernati, 1615. '2.035, passim. 
Italhm. Arms of Bentirogli of 
lSologna, 16th cent. 2377, f. 1.. 
Armsof the family of Este, 
16th cent. 2378, f. 2. 
v. also Heraldry. 
Armstrong (Francis) l)apers rlating 
t. his murder, 1683. 2723, ff. 101-129. 

Armstrong (John), of Edinburgh. 
ter t. Sir H. Sloane, 1732. Lat. 
f. 6='. 

&rmstrong (Thomas). 
H. Sloane, 173., 1733. 
292. 

Letters t, Sir 
4026, fl 213, 

Army, of England. Instructions t. the 
clerk of the hand, relative t. his duties 
in taking account of the raising of sol- 
diers, their accoutrements, ammunition, 
t, ay, etc., 1589. 29- °, ff. 48-52. 
Prayer for English troops engaged 
in  af, te, q). Eliz. 2172, f. 44. 
List of provisions for the or4nance 
branch of the army, te»q,. Common- 
wealth. 
Establisl,ment for a regiment of 
horse, 18th cent. 2504, f. 89. 
Arnaldi (J/a,j. Stepheu). Dietarium, 
15th cent. 1100, ff'. 122-160 b. 
Arnaud (Claude 
sponse aux traités sur la 1,erpetuité de 
la Fo¥ de l'Eglise Catholique touchant 
l'Eucharistie, 1665. L«t. and Ff. 2871, 
ff. 66-132. 



22 

INDEX. 

tdius (M-- Carolus), Professor af 
Gïstro,v end Rostock. Letters to G. 
Schroedter, 1697, 1698. Gr. and 
2877, ff. 98, 103, 107, 109, 116, 122, 
136, 138. 

Arnfeld (Nicholas de). Autograph in 
Album, 1615. 3415, f. 51 b. 
Arnheim (John George von), Geaeral. 
Letler o, from Christian IV. of Den- 
mark, 1633. Copy. 22, f. 10. 
Arnold, « Polish Jew. Alchemical work, 
1570. 1723, ff. 93 b-115. 
Arnold (), M.D., of Newton. On 
the virtues of the oak, 1579. 2551, ff. 
42-45. 

Arnold (Gottfi-ied). Collectanea de, 17th 
cent.. 2890. ff. 48-51. 

Arnold (James), of Aberdeem Letters 
and verses to Sir tt. Sloane, 1724-1733. 
L,t. and Içngl. 3516, ff. 56-78, 117- 
133, 136-151, 197, 201; 4047, f: 206; 
4',o_,  o ff. 281, 294. 
- Carmen in D. Rutty obitum, 18th 
cent. 3516, f. 192. 
Carmen in J. G. Scheuchzer 
obitun, 1729. 3516, f. 192. 
• Carmen in Georgii I. obitum, 18th 
cent. 3516, f. 195. 
Epitaphium in Samuelis, Episcopi 
Roffensis, obitum, 18th cent. 3516, f. 
196. 
Epital,hium in I'. K ing, Cancel- 
larii, obitum, 1729. 3516, f. 197. 
Carmeu in J. Friend obitum, 18th 
cent. 3516, f. 199. 
Carnten in T. Bowers, Eiscopi 
Cicestrensis, obitum, 18th cent. 3516, 
f. 200. 
Poem on the great commanders of 
the age, 1732. 3516, f. 201. 
Aromaturi (Giuseppe degli). Consilium 
oo 
mediçum, 17thcent. Irai. 2253, f...3. 
/krondell (John). The rosary of the 
lhilosophers, 17th cent. 3685. 
Arpe (Petrus Fridericus). Letter to G. 
Schroedter, 1709. L,t. 2877, f. 259. 
Arr.iu (Duarte lIadeira), v. Madeira 
Arrais (Duarte). 

Arrn, Earls of. 
v. Butler (Richard). 
Hamilton (James). 
Arrs, Iishop of. r. Rochechouart (Guy 
de Sève de). 
/krras, 3Ionsei:/ueur d'. r. Perrenot de 
Granvelle (Antoine), Cardinal Bislop of 
A rra s. 

Arreton, 1ste of Wb.iht. Account of 
ancient weapons found in Haseley Manor 
on Arreton Down, 1737. 4055, f. 103. 

Arrowsmith (John), Master of St. 
John's and Trinity Colleges, Camb,'hlge. 
Notes of his serinons, by D. Foote, 17th 
cent. 598, ff. 36, 49, 78 b, 130 b. 
Mediêal treatment of, by Dr. Pratt, 
1656. Lat. 79, f. 15. 
Arsenius, ,S'., AU, ct. Legenda de, 15th 
cent. 1936, f. 127. 
Arsinoe, wife of Ptolemy 
v. Egyl,t , Kings of. 

Art. 

cent. 

Philadelplus. 

ILLUMINATIONS AND DRAWINGS. 
E.NGLISH. Biblia sacra, 13th 
1521. 

2466. 

14th cent. 
.3544. 

3983. 

15th cent. 
2633. 

Breviarium, 14th cent. 

Horoe B. Marioe Virginis, 
2683. 

l),est iarium, 14th cent. 

l.iher astrologie, 14th cent. 

Kalendar, 14th cent. 2465. 
Horoe B. Mari«e ""- " " 
• !1 glms, 
'23"21; 2471; 2474; 2565; 

Psalter, 15th cent. 2400. 
Lydgate's translation of 
B-ccacm s Fall of Princes, 15th cent. 
2452. 

Grotesques in red and 
blue, 15th cent. 972. 
l'en and ink sketches oI 
archers, etc., 148. 748, ff. 25 b, 69 b, 
79 b, 82 b, 109 b, 124 b, 130, 131, 145 b. 
Copies of capital letters 
ri-oto MSS., 17th cent. 1448, A. 
Coloured drawings to 
Esop's fables, 17th cent. 1783, ff. 1- 
6b. 

Mystical drawings illus- 
trative of Revelation, chap. xv., circ. 
1640. 1004, ff. 8 b, 9. 
Drawings of antiquities 
round in digging the foundation of new 
St. Paul's Cathedral, London, 1675. 
1677. 958, ff. 106 b, 107. 
Woodcut of Dungeness 
Lighthouse, ante 1692. 2717, f. 27 b. 
Drawings of the herbs 
Cuckoopint and Pilewort, 17th cent. 
1009, ff'. 124-126. 
FZEM18H. Speculum humanoe 
salvationis, 14th cent. 346. 

Psalter, 14th cent. 2427. 



INDEX. 23 

Artl 
FLEM,r'H (continued) Horoe, 
cent. 2571 ; 2692; 2726; 2916. 
. Grotesque coloured 

ILLUMINATIONS AND DRAWINOS. 
15th 

initial 
letters, 153'J. 1174. 
Emblematical figures in 
red ehalk, 17th cent. 1316. 
FRENCIL llluminated initiais, 
and miniatures iilustrative ofmedical art, 
12th cent. 1975;--13th cent. 1977 ; 

2435. 

278. 

Bcstiarium, 14th cent. 

Art (continued). TREATISES. Liber )las- 

sa de coloribus, 13th cent. 342, f. 132. 
Secretum Philosophorum, 
15th cent. 2579, ff. 2-99 b. 
_ Receipts for illuminating 
books 15th cent. 122, ff. 69 b-71 b. 
_ Treatise on inks and waters 
for illuminatiag, 15th cent. 122, ff: 
'00-95 b. 
_ Colour for painting or 
stMning, late 15th cent. 747, f. 49 b. 
- On Perspective, illustrated 
Eag. and Lat. 

with figures, 16th cent. 

- Vdgèc.e. ,le l'art de Chiva- 536. . 
lerie, ï4th cent. 2430. _ Directmns for painting a 
table or picture containing allegorical 
• Les graus croniques de and other figures, 16th cent. 1041; 
France; in «amaieu gris, 14th cent. 
2433, A-C. 

2409. 

2468 ; 2605 ; 

Grotesques, 14th cent. 

Breviary, 15th cent. 2419. 
Horœe, 15th cent. 2467 ; 
2732. B. ; 2803. 
Dionysius de ccelesti 

hierarchia, 

15th cent. 3049. 
Horoe of Louise de 

1516. 2418. 

Sa voy, 

Picture f the journ¢y of 

the Duchess of Savoy to :Nice, 1560. 
2421. 
GEtL][A.V. Speculum humanoe 
salvationis, 15th cent. 361. 
Painting of the installa- 
tion of an emperor, 17th cent. 723, f. 19. 
Coloured allegorical and 
other figures, 1710-1716. 3841. 

- ITAL[AA: S. Pauli epistolœe, 12th 
cent. 539. 
Almansor; tractatus me- 

dicus, 14th cent. 

in m usœeo A. 
Ducis, 1627. 

2947. 
Deliaeationes 
Vendrameni, 
4004. 

R USSL4A: Copybook ; 
ters, 17th cent. 3845. 

picturarum 
Venetorum 

initial let- 

8PANISH. Drawings of Chinese 
manners and customs, 1621-1626. 1005, 
ff'. 143-171. 
SCULPTURE. Notice of the statue 
of the Dying Gladiator in the Ludovisi 
1911- 

Gardens at Rome, 17th cent. 
1913, f. 16tJ. 
List of statues, in 
Sioane's handwriting, lth cent. 
ff. 56-58. 

LNGRAVINGS. 
seasons etc., 1611. 

Sir H. 
4019, 

Engravings of the 
3375. 

1062 ; lO63 ; 1082 ; 1096 ; 116:,. 
De diversis c.loribus, pic- 
turis et tincturis, 1506. 
fl: 23-34 b. 
The craft of steining, after 
the newest manner that is now used 
London 17th cett. 1027. 
Le parfait enlumineur, 
17th cent. 2884, fl: 101-1o9 b;--lth 
o,,a fl 1-7 8-15 b. 
cent. .. _, 
De symmetria corporis 
humaui liber cure tabulis iastructus 
variis, 17th cent. ""  
On linniug and enamel- 
ling, on moulding and casting» and on 
the composition of moulds, 17th cent. 
o 30-36 b. 
227, fl 1, , 
Rules for engraving, paint- 
O 
ing, ec., 17th cent. 1-03, 
The art of painting in oil, 
17th cent. 18, . ff. 1-3 b. 
Secreta pigmentariorum, 
17th cent. 1448, . ff. 4-10 b. 
-Dissertatio de artis 

toriœe historia, 1627. ItaL and Let. 
4001, f. 3-9 b. 
Treatise on perspective 
with diagrams, 1648, 164¢. Dutch 
3202. 

Directions 

tbr portrait 

painting, circ. 1650. 228, ff: 1-23. 
CATALOGUES. Sale catalogue of 
paintings and engraings, 1713. 4019, 
f. 65. 
v. Bousy (Charles de). 
Cosentinus (A. T.). 
Isac (G.) 
Mayerne (Sir T. Turquet de'). 
Russell (Wriothesley), 2nd I)uh 
of Bedford. 
Stobœeus (J.). 
Voutet (J.). 



24 INDEX. 

Arteaga de la Guerra 
Epistoloe ad J. Cunningham» 17th cent. 
2376, ff. 22, 25. 
Artedi (Petrus), Angerm«nnia-Suecus. 
Catalogus piscium matis Balthici ut et 
fluviorum ac lacuum Suecioe, 18th cent. 
3870. 
Operum ejus recensi% 18th cent. 
4020, ff. 1 4-197. 
Artefius, Arab Philosopher. Clavis 
Majoris Sapiœentioe, translated by S. 
Forman» 1609. 3822, ff. 103-114. 
Clavis majoris sapientiœe, 17th cent. 
Eng. transl. 716; 3642, ff. 69-80. 
Clavis majoris sapientiœe, 17th cent. 
Extracts. 3721, il'. 77-86 ; 3757» ff. 35- 
39 ; 3773, ff. 17 b-31. 
I)e arte suttrillia, 15th cent. 

tract. 1118, ff. 112, 113. 
Artefius' secret book, 
3773, ff: 17 b-31. 

17th cent. 

Arthromedes (Sebastianus), G«llus. 
Versus, 17th cent. 2764, f. 17 b. 

Arthur, hïng of the Britons. Excerptum 
e Gulielmo Malmesbury de loco ejus 
sepulturoe, 17th cent. 1775, f. 179. 

Arthur (Patrick). Letter to Sir 
Sloane, 1740. 4056, f. 328. 

Artillery. Descriptions of ordnance, 
with drawings, 16th cent. 2497, ff. 38 
-44 b. 
Treatise'on 17th cent. 3959 ff: 
28 b-39. 
v. Bourne (William). 
Artopceius. v. Baker. 
Arundel, co. Suss. Survey of the 
river at, 169tL 3233, f. 13 b. 
Arundel, Earls of. v. I-Ioward. 
Arundel (John)» Physlcian fo ttenry VI. ; 
afterw. ishop of Chichester. Medical 
receipts, 15th cent. 7, f. 42 b. 
Arundel (Richard), 1st Baron Arundel 
of Trc»ice. Letter to, h-om T. Polwhele, 
1680. 3822, f. 164b. 
Arundell, of lVardour, Family of. Pedi- 
gree, 16th cent. 1301» f. 107. 

Arundell (Francis), of Stoke Parh, co. 
Yortht. ]Iedical prescription for, by Dr. 
J. ]Ietfol'd, 1652. Lat. 2812, f. 28 b. 
Medical prescription for his son, 
by Dr. J. Metford, 1652. Lat. 2812, 
f. 36 b. 

Arundell (Mary), wife of Thomas, 1st 
Baron Arurglell of Wardour. Prescrip- 
tion for, circ. 1600. 931, f. 60. 

Arysmyth. v. Arrowsmith. 
Ascension, fsle of. Plantæ ibi collectœe, 
1699. 2376, f. 118 b-122. 
Chart of, by Sir N. Miller, late 
17th cent. 1040, f. 53 b. 

/ksh (Thomas), Laboureur, of ,,nondham. 
Certificate from the parish of Wymond- 
haro recommending him to the Kiag to 
be touched for the evil, temp. Chas. II. 
206, B. f. 61. 

Ashburnham (Jaue), nire of Willia», 
Ashburnham and wiw of James, 1st 
Earl of 3Iarlborough. Royal letter fo 
the Ch urch of Rochester to grant fo her 
a lease of IIudingham, Coddington, ami 
Kingston llanors, 1660. 856, f. 23 b. 

_A_shburnham (John), 1st Earl of Ash- 
burnham. Letter to Sir tI. Sloane 1733. 

4053, f. 94. 

Ashburnham 
William, 2nd 

(lI--), 
Iart., 

of L'tomba,n. 

Medical Case of, 18th cent. 4034» f. 311. 
Letters tu Sir H. Sloane» 171t. 
4078, ff. 266, 268» 275, 280. 

Ashburnham (William), Royol Coffe,'er. 
Royal letter to the Church of Rochester 
to grant to him and Lady Marlborough, 
his wife, a lease of Hudingham, Codding- 
ton, and Kingston Manors, 1660. 856, 
f. 23 b. 

Ashby (latthew), of Aylesbury, co. 
Buchs. Parliamentary prÇceedings in 
his case, 1704. 3066. 

Ashby (Waring), of Quenby, co. Leic. 
Letter toSir H.Sloane, 1737. 4055,f. 175. 

Ashe (Ann), youngest dau. of Sir Joseph 
Ashe 1st Bart. Petition on ber behalf, 
as a lunatic, to Lord Chancellor Somers, 
169. 4037, f. 202. 
Ravings of, 17th cent. Autogr. 
4037, ff. 190, 198, 199. 
Letters fo Six" H. Sloan% 1698. 
4037, ff. 85, 117. 
Letter to Dr. P. Barwick» n. d. 
4066, f. 255. 
Ashe (Sir Jalnes), 2nd Bart., of Twicken- 
haro. Certificate of his hea[th, by Sir 
H. Sloane, 1708. 4078, f. 306. 
Letter to Sir H. Sloane, 18th cent. 
4078» f. 263. 
Ashe (John), M.P. Letter to, from O. 
Cromwell, 1648. 1519» f. 183. 

Ashe (/lary), 2nd dau. of Sir J'os. Ashe, 
1st Bart. Letters to Sir H. Sloane» 1698, 
169[}. 4037» ff. 117 b 197, 300. 



INDEX. 25 

Ashe (St. George), Bisl, op of Clogher. 
Letter to Sir H. Sloane, 171.. 4043, 
f. 129. 

Ashe (Simeon ?) Short-hand notes of 
his sermon on lomans ii. 4, by D. Foote, 
late 17th cent. 600, t: 90. 
Ashenhurst (Ward). Letter to Str H. 
Sloane, 1721. 4078, f. 260. 
Ashhurst (5'if William), A/de,'m«n of 
LoMm. Depositîon relating to his 
traitorous sl,eech , 16.«9. 203, f. 60. 
Ahley (Robert), 1LP. for Dorchester. 
• Autobiography, circ. 1622. Lat. 2131, 
tE 16-20. 

Ashlins ]Hanor, w.. Great Ongar, co. 
l'ssex. Grant of, by Dr. Hamey to the 
203, f. 

College of l'hysicians, 1672. 
128 ; 3:t14, f. 121. 

Ashmole (Elias). The Way 
17th cent. 2175, ff. 1-51. 

to Bliss, 

Preface to Dr. J. Dee's Conferences 
vith Angels, 1672. 3188. 
Astrological schemes, 17th cent. 
llolojr. 3822, ff: 3-34. 
---- Horoscope under the an,grain 
James Hasolle, 17th cent. 3766, f. 16. 
Lines presented to his mother on 
New Year's day,. 164 tIologr. '970, 
ff: 2-5b. 
Warrant for his appointment to 
be Comptroller of Exciser 1660. 856, 
f. 34. 
Letter to, from W. Lilly, 166.î. 
3822, f. 48. 
Letter t% from T. Napier, 167. 
3822, f. 162. 
Wrote, in 1674, MS. 3677. 
Wrote MS. 3678. 
Formerly owned MSS. 1680; 3t;79, 
ff: 1-74 b. 
Owned, in 166,ï, MS. 3856. 

Ashton (), of Crofton. Notes rela- 
tive to W. de La Mare, 17th cent. 
1429, L 98. 
shton (John), Mojor. Copy of ltters 
and papers found about his person, 1 
6',t0. 
3328, ff. 157-165. 
Letter from, before his execution, 
sent to the Sherift; [1691]. 1731, A. tt'. 

97-102. 

Ashworth (Dr. .). Medical t, re- 
scriptions, 1623. 1080, B. f. 22. 
Quoedam ex ejus adversariis, 17th 
cent. Ff. 2079, ff: 137-144. 

Ashworth (Henry) Letter to Dr. Case, 
n.d. Lat. 548, f. 4. 

Ashworth (John), of Macclesfield. 
ters to Sir H. Sloane, 
4053, ff. 40o., 404; 4036, f. 
f. 119. 
Letter to, from Sir 
1742. 4057, f. 117. 

Let- 
1738-1742. 
58 ; 4057, 

H. Sloane, 

Asia. 

Ohservationes rerum 

lium in, a 19. Bellonio, 1589. 
ff. 1 o..o 

Li,nits of, 16th cent. 

memorabi- 
1533, 

. Miscellanea de rebus 
MSS. Kt.m[,feri, 17th cent. 
and Lat. 2910. 

lt, d. 887, 

Asiaticis, e 
l'r., Germ. 

Accou,t of, 18th cent. 
26-103. 

1836, ff. 

Askeaton Castle, co. Limer&k. Re- 
lation of passages which happened in, by 
W. Eames, 1642. lt08, ff: 55-58b. 

Articles of capitulation of, 1642. 
lo08, f: 59. 

Names of the chief rebels at the 
siege of, 1642. 1008, f. 60. 
Askine (R--). Formerly owned IIS. 
1558. 

Asmann (Daniel), of Lie:/,dt. i,t Silesi,, 
Autograph in Album, 1696. o.,.....o,», 
L61. 

Aspinall (Nicholas), Rector of tIor»w,,d 
t'arv«. Commission to, fl'om the Bishop 
of London, 1561. 1317, f. 116 b. 

Asplin (W--). Letter fo [J. l'etiver], 
n.d. qqoo f. 139. 

Asrob, 5'., " S«nex Meridianus." Decla- 
ratio Alchymioe, 17th cent. 1255, ff: 
14-23. 

Assas (Nicolas d'), Cher., Tutor to Lord 
.ltock,«gham. Letters fo Sir H. Sloane, 
1733. 4052, tt: 270, 275, 2'J2. 

Letter to Lady Sondes, 1733. 
4066, £ 89. 

Asselîne (Eustache). v. 
[Asseline], a S«ncto Paulo. 

Eustachius 

Assemanus (tephanus Evodius), A,'«I,- 
bishop of Apa»wa. Observations on a 
letter from .Dr. T. Shaw fo Sir T. 
Dereham, 1733. ltaL 4066, f. 103. 

Asser 
qh¢rburn. 
Excerpts. 
Asteley. 
Astell (M--). 
1720, 1724. 

(Joannes), Menev«nsis, Bishop of 
.De .Elfredi gestis, 17th cent. 
1846, ff. 122-137. 

r. Astley. 

Letters to Sir H. Sloane, 
4045, f. 336; 4047, f. 163. 



26 

INDEX. 

Astley (Sir Jacob), 8erjeant 
Gencral; afterw. 1st Baron 
Directions t% for government 
army during the cessation, 1640. 
f. 86. 

J[ajor 
Astley. 
of the 
1200, 

Directions to Sir J. Fenwicke to 
muster the foot, 1640. 1200, f. 89. 
I)ireetions to the Colonels of foot, 
1640. 1200, f. 89b. 
Letter of thanks to, from E. Porter, 
164.'». 1519, f. 98. 

Aston (----), Capte;n. 
cent. 1815. 

Papers of, 17th 

Aston (Francis), 
8ociety, London. 
a Ggor, 1682, 
119, 137. 

Aston (John). 
418, B. 

Secr«tary of th« logal 
Letters to C. Sibelius 
1683. L¢,t. 2729, ff'. 

Formerly owned 315. 

Aston (Sir Thomas), 1st ht«rt. Royal 
letter commendatory of his wife a,td 
family to Sir H. Willoughby, 164'. 
856, f. 24. 

Aston (Thomas), of co. Stafford. Horo- 
scope, 166.î. ,,oo f. 2t. 

Aston (William), 3lerchant. Day-book 
of expenses and disbursements 167 : 
1808. 

Astrachan, bt Russia. Diary ot' journey 
to. by E. Koempfer, 1683. oao.., ff. 116- 
153. 

Astrolabe. Astrolabii 
cent. 2479, ff. 1-7. 

cent. 

confectio, 14th 

De astrolabii partibus et usu, 15th 
780, ff. 49-55. 
Regulm ad discernenda membra 

astrolabii, 15th cent. 513, f. 15 b. 
Practica astrolabii, 15th cent. 
513, ff. 16-19 b. 
Interpretatio terminorum astro- 
labii in Arabicis terminis, 15th cent. 
4, f. 59. 
- Excerpta de astrolabio, ex Chau- 
cero aliisque, 16th cent. 446, ff. 37-56. 
v. Chaucer (Geoffrey). 

/kstrology. De diebus lunae triginta, 
llth cent. 475, ff. 211-217 b. 
De judiciis astrorum, 12th 
2030, ff. 58-94 b. 
De scientia astrorum, 13th cent. 
2030, ff. 114-118. 
Dies fausti et infausti 
lunam crescentem, 13th cent. 
62-64 b. 

cent. 

secundum 
2461, 

De lunationibus et somniis, 13th 
cent. Lnperf. 2030,.L 134. 

Astrology (contmued). 

Liber destina- 
tionum, 14th cent. 3564, ff. 1-34. 
Astrologieal rules and calculating 
tables, 14th cent. 568, ff. 8-18 b. 
Liber parcarum sire fatorum, 
14th cent. 3281, ff: 6-36 b. 
De judiciis Astronomioe in re 
medica, 14th cent. 3281, ff. 56 b-65. 
Astrologica-medica quœedam, 14th 
cent. 

cent. 

433 ff. 99-103. 
Reguloe astrologicoe de luna, 14th 
514, f. 42. - 
"Racio spere Pictagore," 14th 
521, f. 45. 

cent. 
• De cognoscendo diem nativitatis 
homiuis, 14th cent. 3281 f. 14. 
Tabula conjunctionum signorum 
zodiaci, 14th cent. 3482, f. 13. 
Astrological treatises, 15th ('ent. 
Lit. and Eugl. 5, ff. 173-190 ; 2s2, 
l,.ssim; 312; 332; 636; 702, fl: 6-33b; 
1313, ff 'Jl-103b; 1609, ff: 11-32; 
1620 ; 1681 ; 1697, passim ; 3124, ff. 2- 
51 b ; Imper:l. 3277 ; 3443, ff'. 1-4 b ; 
3566, Il: 112 b-126, 142 b. 
A litelle tretys of Astronotnye and 
of l'hilosophie contrived and ruade of the 
wîsest philosofers and astronomyers that 
ever weren sithon this worlde furst 
beganne, 15th cent. 965, ff. 145 b-147 b, 
165-180 ; 1317, ff. lo3 b-llS; 2453; 
Imperf. 3.553, t". 1-20;17th cent. 1317, 
ff. 103 b-115. 
Introductio ad judicia Astronomie, 
15th cent. Impef. 3530. 
Horoscopes anti astrological pre- 
dictions, 1442-1458. 428, passim. 
Tractatus astrologico - magicus 
" Filia astronomiœe," 15th cent. Lat. 
and/5". 314, ff. 2-64 b. 
Treatise on the planets, r/z. on the 
fortunes of those born under each of the 
zodiacal signs, 15th cent. Imperf. 1088, 
ff. 61 b-93 b. 
• Tokens of good and evil for each 
day of the month and week, 15th cent. 
lérse. 1315, ff. 49-67 b. 
De diebus creticis, 15th cent. 134, 
ff. 4 b-20 b. 
Human destinies learnt from the 
stars, 15th cent. 1315, ff. 36 b-48 b. 
Schemata de spoeris duodecim 
continentia responsiones sedecim ad 
se, lecim quoestiones propositas, 15th cent. 
351, ttl 3-14 b. 
: - On the influence of planets on the 
human body, 15th cent. 965, ff. 2-7 b; 
328, ff. 76 b-84; Imperf. 3526, ff. 1- 
7b. 



INDEX. 

27 

Astrology (conn,d). Quoedam astrolo- 
gica-medica, 15th cent. Lat. and Engl. 
390, ff. 25 b-31 b. 
• • Comprobatio que fecit Esdras 
sacerdos in Jerusalem, 15th cent. 122, 
ff, 125-129. 
Nativitatum liber, 15th cent. 
Imle f. 3486, ff. 81 b-_5 b. 
" Le lîure de duze signes»" 15th 
cent. 420, ff. 277-280 b. 
- "Judicia Herfordensis," 15th cent. 
1713» ff. 15-18 b. 
«Computacio Danielis prophete 
sire sompniale," 15th cent. 1009, ff: 
58-61. 
De natura planetarum, 15th cent. 
521, ff. 269-271 b. 
On the signs of the Zodiac and the 
influence of the planers, 15th cent. 
[mpof. 620, fl: 12-14 b. 
Astrologicai obser'ations on the 
eclipse of the sun, 17 3une, 1433. 428, 
tic 139-141. 
. On the government of the 12 signs, 
15th cent. 7, f. 39 b. 
-- Of the spheres and pi:mets, 15th 
cent. 73, f. 26. 
. - Ad sciendum tempus planetarum, 
qua hora debet flebotomari, 15th cent. 
634, f. 1. 
-. . On phlebotomy» according t« thê 
signs of tie Zodiac, 15th cent. 121, f. 35. 
- De sel, tem metallis per sel,tem 
p[auetas, lSth cent. 121, f. 4 b. 
Curoe egritudinum secundum 
pressiones imaginum signorum, 15th cent. 
;532, f. 6. 
Astrologica quaedam ad medicinam 
speetantia, 15th cent. 405, f. 46 
De dominione planetarum, 15th 
cent. 634, f. 2. 
In quo signo cujuslibet mensis Sol 
fuerit, 15th cent. 634, t: 2. 
- De quatuor qualitatibus quomodo 
dividentur per iafluenciam planetarum, 
15th cent. .EngL 706, f. 103. 
Astrological rules respecting the 
rime of birth, late 15th cent. Let. 747, 
f. 76 b. 
De eelipsi signa futura, 15th cent. 
783, B. f. 205. 
------ Signa vite et mortis secundum 
cursum lune et mensis» 15th cent. 
783, B. f. 217. 
. Natures of the zodiacal sigus» 15th 
cent. 965, f. 22. 
Tabula septem planetarum» etc., 
15th cent. 983» f. 80. 

Astrology (contimted). Tsbula voluella, 

cure regula, 15th cent. 1620, ft: 5-6; 
4100'. 
Table of the onjunction or the 
planers, 1492. 3152, f. 78 b. 
Astrological tables and tracts, 16th 
cent. 14, ,assim; 311,passim ; Dal. 8S7, 
ff. 60-67 b, 77 80 ; 1697, passbn ; 
91 b-102 ; 

1590. 3690, ff. 20 b-25 b, 
1599. 3, ff. 3-6, 13-38. 
De arte astrologica 
16th cent. 8. 

et magica, 

Sunmoe Astrologioe .judicialis l,ars 
altera, 16th cent. 3130, ft: 1-53 b. 
De Astrologia judiciali, 16th cent 

3762, f. s9-137. 
Astroiogical 
theft, 16th cent. 
,,o, 4 2-5;. 

l'ules for discovering 
14, f. 27 b; 69, ff. 1- 

Observationes medico-astrologic.% 
lt]th cent. 114, ff. 102-134. 
On the aspects of the planers, an, l 
rules lot" solving questions, 16th 
Ew.I l. and Lat. 1009, ff: 99-122 b. 
Astrological rules, 16th cent. 
3722, ff. 143-154 b. 
Astrological remarks, 16th cent. 
2561, ff: 55 b-66 b. 
-. . Observationes astrologica cure 
figuris, 16th cent. 887, ff. 69-76 b. 
- Kalendar and table of zodiacal 
signs, 16th cent. 38'3, ff. 138-144 b. 
Astrological judgments, 16th-17th 
centt. 2503, ff. 82-87 b. 
Of l,lanetary and lunar influence, 
16th cent. Lat. 2320, ff: 19-24. 
- Designis, 16th cent. 69,ff.37-41 b. 
- Remarks on the seasons likely to 
ensue aeeording to the day on which the 
first of January may happen to fall, 
16th cent. 393, f. 73 b. 
- De Mgnis Zodiaci, 16th cent. 56, 
f. 240. 
 Tabuloe conjunctionum, A.D. 

1500, 16th cent. 702, f. 11. 
Quoestio de stellarum 
tionibus in 1503 et 1504, 
3130, ff. 54-58. 

1482- 

Schemes of nativities, 1533, 1564. 
3634, ff. 28, 73;17th cent. 1459, ff: 
212b-219 ; 1707 ; Lat. 1770, ff. 136- 
162 b; 1778; 1782, ff. 1-42 b ; Lat. 
1783, f. 92 ; 2282; 2682, ff 1-19, 
or ,, 96-101 ;--1575-1634, 1709, ff. 
143-180 ;--1611-1614. 1476 ;---1629- 
1674. 1129, ff\ 178-181, 185-1J5 b ; 
1651. 570, ff. 37-39 ;--1656. Span. 
1141;--1662-1698. 1120;--1668. 1708, 
ff. 106-127 ;1672. 3722, f. 182. 

configura- 
16th cent. 



28 

INDEX. 

Astrology 

(continued). Calculatio na- 
tivitatis pueri, 1561. 2273, ff: 46 b-49. 
Astrological trêatises, 17th cent. 
1470, ff. 73 b-9 b ; 1697,p«ssim ; 1760 ; 
lf«_2 ; 1965, ff. 4-18, 16,, 178-181 b ; 
2;07 ; 2627 ; 3654, ff'. 26 b-28 b ; 3766 ; 
3822, ff: 3-34 b, 51-61 b, ,q6, 122 b-133 ; 
3857. 
The nature of th twelve howses 
fi,r ju,lgement «,f diseases and the causes 
thereof, 17th cent. 99. 

Ars judicatoria secundum 
.ju,lices 17th cent. 268. 

cent. 

logy, 

De directionibus astrologicis, 
740. 
Treatise couc. the nature of 
17th cent. 762. 

2535. 

IIovem 

17th 

astro- 

- Astrologica| observations, 17th 
cent. 1312 ; 1426, ff: 65 b-75 ; L,t. 
and Engl. 3714, ff'. 3-12 b. 
Astrological judgments, 17th cent. 

Tables tbr the practice of judicial 
Astrology, 17th cent. 374 b. 
Astrological rules, 17th cent. 
1734, ff: 1-250, 255-266. 
- De judiciis astrologicis, 17th cent. 
435, ff: 1-61 b. 
Influence of the signs and dominion 
of the planets, 17th cent. 1404, ff. 59- 
98b. 

- Astrological tables and notes. 17th 
cent. 2172, f. 357 ; 2619, ff. 143-149 b, 
165-188 b, 193 b-201 b. 

- Excerpts concerningjudicial Astro- 
logy, 17th cent. 1131, ff'. 11-37. 

 On judicial Astrology, 17th cent. 
Ff. 3722» ff. 160b-180; 3762, ff. 
139 b-156. 

On Astrology, including horoscopes 
of royal personages, 17th cent. 
1009, ff: 82-98 b. 
- A table of bouses for the latitude 
of 56 degrees, 17th cent. 631, ff. 113- 
ll8b. 

Rationes contra varia Astrologorum 
prognostica, 17th cent. 1733, ff: 378- 
383 b. - 

- De fortitudine et debilitate t,lane- 
tarum, 17th cent. 1983, B. fl: 53-5. 

1664, 

 Notoe latronum, 17th cent. 
ff. 8 b-14. 

on the 
1468, ff. 

Astrological observations 
days of the week, 17th cent. 
251-253 b. 

notes, 17th cent. 

Astro/ogical 
1592, ff: 10 b-13. 

Astrology (contbed). Significations of 
the planers in the zodiacal signs, 17th 

cent. 1590» ff. 45, 46. 
Observations on Planers 
Comets, 17th cent. 373, E 19. 

and 

Dissertation on astrology, 17th 
cent. Fragnwnt. 1786, f. 179. 
Significati«m of figures ofnativiti..s, 
17th cent. 1404, ff. 1-5. 
Astrological observations on the 
four superior planers being visible at one 
time, 28 Nov. 1642. 651, f. 105. 
Heures planetaires, 1667. 3722, 
ff: 134-141 b. 

Elements of Astrology, 1685-167. 
3384. 

patients, 1689. 
 De sigillis 
Gcrm. 3438. 
Astrological 
medicine, 18th cent. 

Medico-astrological treatment of 
1983, B. ff. 58-74 b. 

ldanetarum, 18th cent. 

notes relating to 
1789, ff: 1-10. 
Afi'icanus (Flaccus) ali«s Afi'icus 
(Flavius). 
Agrippa (Henricus Corneliui). 
Anglicus (Ga}frîdus). 
Ashmole (Elias). 
Balemin. 
Bernard (Francis). 
Bombast von Hohenheim (Philipp 
Aureol Theophrast), called 
Paracelsus. 
Colchester. 
Coley (Henry). 
Cundall (George). 
Dee (Arthur). 
Dee (John). 
Dove (Richard). 
Ed|in (Richard). 
Firmicus Maternus (Julius). 
Forman (Simon). 
Gresbam (E ward). 
H-- (J--). 
Jabri iba Haiyan, al-T«rssL 
Jafar ibn Muhammad (Abu 
Mashas), al-B«lkh. 
Lilly (William). 
Montulmo (Antonius de). 
Plato Tyburtinus. 
Plinius Secundus (Caius). 
Plukenett (Leonard). 
Ptolomoeus (CIaudius). 
Sylvestris (Bernardinus). 
Trewythian (Richard). 
Turner (George). 
Vaughan (Thomas). 

Astronomy. Astronomical 
the ecclesiastical kaleudar, 
263, passlm. 

rules for 
llth cent. 



INDEX. 

29 

Astronomy (c(mtinued). Tractatuli as- 
tronomici, 14th cent. 514, ff. lo-49 b. 

centt. 

Astronomie.al calendars, 14th, 15th 
Lat. 807; 2250; 2465. 

Calendarium eclipsium lunariu,, 
ab 1282 ad 1300, 14th cent. 3281, ff. 
16, 25. 
Kalendarium Johannoe Pri]lcil,issoe 
Wallioe A.D. 1380 compositum, 15th 
cent. 282, ff. 5-17 b. 
- Astronomical tables, 1385-146'3. 
111, f. 35 b. 

('an(mes et Tabuloe, 15th cent. 407. 
Almanac 7 p]anetarum ad annm 
3556» ff: 16-23 b. 
De sphoera, 15th cent. 513, ff'. 

1431. 

59--75. 

l'lattetarum cursus in unoquoquo 
men.sc, lSth ceat. 702, f. 3 b. 

lules for calculating the moon's 
rising, cte., 15th cent. Lat. 770, f'. 1 I». 

Astron,,mical treatises, 16th cent. 
Lat. 1620;--1572. Impef. 327 ;-- 
17th cent. Lat. 1760 ; lmpe:f. 1779, 
ff. 54-15:) b. 

Astronomioe al)]Ol.ismi , lt;th cent. 

Astrouotnical tables, with rules 
for navigation, latitudes of places, l tith 
cent. Ff. 514, ff. 50-77. 
Doctrina brevis de c,,nstructione 
Ephetneridum, with tables, 16th cent. 
14, ri. 40 b-44. 
Tabulae Astronomicoe, l t;th cent. 
3130, ff. 58 b-60 b. 
Astronomical c,,llecti,ms, 17th cent. 
1697 ; 1782, ff: 33-41 b ; 3ss 1, p ,ssim. 
Astronomical problems, 17th cent. 
3889, ff. 17-49. 
l'rob]ems in practical astron,my, 
17th cent. 570, ff. 24-36 b, 3'..t b-53. 
In theoricas planetarum, 17th cent. 
1525, fl 52-78 b. 
Treatise of l,lanetary instruments, 
17th cent. 3722, ff. '34-110 b. 
Astr,,nomical observations, 17th 
cent. 

3858, ff: 1-14. 
Tables to find the motion of the 

sun and moon for ever, 17th cent. 
ff. 70 b-81. 

533, 

l)e uarratione astronomica, 17th 
cent. 1525, ff: 43-51b. 
Tables of decletrions and ascensions 
of the l,lanets, 17th cent. 3634, ff. 80- 
8b b. 
Epochoe mediorum motuum Solis, 
17th cent. 3» ff: 7-1 b. 

Astronomy 

(contimwd). Atronomical 
calculations, 17th cent. 151, ff. 51-53 b. 
On the nature of the seven planer% 
17th cent,. 1926, ff. 44-46 b. 
Astronomical observations fo b, 
made by the masters of shils , etc., in 
their E. India and other long voyages 
beyond the equinoctial line fiouthward, 
17th cent. 427, ff. 43-44 b. 
Extracts c,n, from the nemoirs of 
the French Academy, vol..3, cap. 18, 
17th cent. 6;0, f. St. 
Des 48 images celcstes, 17t} cett. 
F,'. verse. 1009, f. 81. 
llule for finding the situation f. 
the planers, 17th cent.. 176, f. 164. 
Altitudo poli Lon,lini, 17th cent. 

3746, f. 2. 
Discussion 
Galleos new 
satellites, 161 O. 

i,y an Englishman of 
,liscovery ,,f .lul,iter's 
6st2, f. 46. 

Tables of tle l,,sition ,,f the 
l'lanets, 1630--1;54: 691. 
Observation of an eclipse, 1630. 
lhd. 3722, ff. 1-7 b. 
Astronomical tables, 1650. 393, 
fl 85-91. 
1 actatu lrognosticus de eometa 
in 1652 apparente, 17th cent. 3019, fl 
66-71. 
lutr«ductio a,l tronomiam, 
-o-o. 1°°1, flç 10-15 b. 
Tractatus de sphoera, 1674. I031, 
ff. 123-126. 
Aecount ff'oto Germany of the ]ate 
comet 1680-16sï. 22nl, flç 87 b-89, 
90 b. 
Notice of s«lar and ]unar eclipses 
in the year 1683. 221, fi 50 b. 
Table of tire moon, 1688-1699. 
3861, f. 23. 
Observations ou star stones, 18th 
cent. Irai. 4026, t} 340-342 b. 
Animadversiones Stl,er decem 
lnacu]arutn solariunt l,eriodo, lth cettt. 
4019, f. 44. 
Treatise on the l,lanetary system, 
1715. 3147. 
v. Bachstrom (Jean Fr6déric). 
Bounivert (Gedeon). 
Brahe (Tycho). 
Cetto, in Peru. 
Childrey (dosh ua). 
v-- (s-).. 
Flalnstead (.loh n). 
Gresham 
Grew (Nehemiah). 
Hob},es (Thomas). 
kaerleou (Louis). 



30 

INDEX. 

Manfredi (Eutachio). 
l'isanelli (Baldnssar). 
Power (tlenry), M.D. 
Ray (l,'ev. John). 
Rooke (Laurence). 
Wing (Vincent). 

Astruc (Jean), 
l»issertatio «le 
repertis» 18th 
.,.»-.,» f. 33. 

Phys;chm t, Louis ¥ I . 
petrificatis Boutonneti 
cent. Let. and Ff. 

Letter t. Sir It. Sloane, 1740. 
4056, f. 267. 
Letters fo» 
1739» 1740. Ff. 

from Sir Il. SI,)ane, 
4069, ff: 23, 57. 

Astry (Si,. James). Letter to, ri-oto 
geverlan,l, n.d. Lat. 1985, f. 45. 

Ho 

Atchen. v. Achen. 

Athenoeus. Excerpta ex Casauboni 
animadversionibus in, 17th cent. 1173, 
ff'. 7-22; 1300, ff. 1-5. 
Deil,nOSol,histarum libri, 1606- 
1607. ExceTts. 1111, ff: 69-80. 
Atherton (H), of 
t. R. Sterrel, 16. 
Letter t. Dr. 
4062» f. 251. 
Atherton (John), Bishop of II'ater];,,',l 
,ml Lismore. Acc«»unt of his trial and 

]Vewc(tstle. Letter 
3u.»o f. 166. 
W. Gibbons, 1693,. 

execution, by Rev. J. Quick, 17th ce:t. 
1819, ff. 177-1s8. 
Athlone, co. ll,ést .l[eath, l,'eland. Ac- 

count of its siege by Gen. Ginkel, 1691. 
3065. f. 62. 

Athol, E«rl of. v. St.ewart. (John). 
Atimetus, P,,mphili lbe,'ii Ccs«ri. 
A,1OE Liberti Libertus. Verses ,,n the 
death of l[omona his wifc, 15th cent. 
'»o f. 75 b. 
L¢:t. .,., 
Atkines (Thomas), Surgeo, of Northaml,- 
&,n. Formerlv owned IS. 1629. 

Atkins (I:cr. ). Sermon, 1639. 
250, f. 200 b. 
Atkins (J5.s.--). Report on her body 
by Sit" H. SIoane atd W. Cowl)er » 1705. 
47s» f. 307. 
Atkins (Charles). Letter to bis mc]e 
L-r,1 Carlisle, 1681. 2724, t: 164. 

Atkins (Charles), Suyeon of thc English 
Fa«tory at Gombroon. Letters t, .I. 
Petiver» 1700» 1701. 3321ff. 38, ,ul» 90. 

Atkins (Sir Jonathan). Letter to Lor, l 
Carlisle, 1683. 2724, t: 168. 

Atkinson (C--). Letter t, Sir 
Sloane» lçoE2. 4046, f. 238. 

Atkinson (Jamcs). of c'h,'t's tlsl,ital. 
Specimen of haudwritiug, 1664. 994, 
ff. lb, 2. 
Atkinson (John, " Clericus" of 
to. çertificate of birth and baptism 
«.f E. Ienton, 1654. 2281, f. 2 b. 

Atkynson (William). 
MS. 446. 

Attayde (Antonius de). 

Formerly owned 

Colespondence 

wi/h M. 'orrea, 1600, 1601. 902, ff'. 
1(, 11, 23, 33 b, 34, 43 b 66 b. 
Atte Merke (Ralph), of l_),'ayton, co. 
Suss. l.ease t, his brother Nicholas of 
land in Drayton and Selham, co. Suss., 

1352. 
Atton (P--). 
4078, f. 241. 

1044, t: 257. 
Letter to Sir Il. Sloane, n. d. 

At Wynde (Roger). Admission of him 
and lsabel his wife, t. the confraternity 
of the Friars Minors, in Eug|and, 1467. 
Lat. 1617, £ 1 b. 
Aubert (-----), JLD. Consulte par, 
pour A. Calsami]ia» 1684. 39:8, ff.,38-41. 
Aubert (Chtude), t'reuch Jlcrch«nt ai 
Ta»gler. Information by, against R. 
Wyth 1672. 3514 f. 123. 
Invent»ry of his goods» 167'2. 
3514, f. 12'2. 
Aubert (Jaolues), 3I.D., of Ve, dJme. 
Answer to his exposition of met:,ls, by 
1. Lane, 17th cent. "222. 
,.«mnet 
Aubigné (Th,:-,lore Agril,i,a d'). 
against tl,e «onversim of Henry IX, ". of 
France, 17th cent. Ff. 524 f. 1[). 
Aubigny (K--). v. Stuart (Katharine), 
widow of George, Lord Aubigny. 
Aubrey (----). Letter t. Sir II. 
,.. d. Lat. .4057, f. 
Aubrey (John), Anti,lW.o'y. Misceilauic», 
17th cent. Iç.-,'cerl,ts. 3846» fl: 112 b. 
• Letter t. Ih-. W. Holder, 1693. 

1388, f. 149. 
Letter 
1039» f. 108. 
Letter 
4057, f. 2 o 

fo l)r. R. Hooke, 165. 

to Sir H. Sioane, n. d. 

Auchel (-- d'), Su,'. Livre de receptes 
pour les hommes, traduictes d'Allemand 
en François, 1654 732. 

Auden (Charles). 
1607. 

Owned, in 1642, 

Audiflret (----), of Lyons. Wrote, in 
1669, MS. 1076. 
Audit Office. Fees fo County Audit,,rs, 
lemp. Jas. I. 1520, f. 9. 



INDEX. 

31 

Audley (rhomas), Baron Audleg ; 
C&mcclbr. Character of, 17th 
1523, f. 25 b. 

Lord 
cent. 

Audley End House, in ,çaffron 
Walden, c.o. Essex. Epigram on a 
drawing ot; by Lord Suflhik's stewar,I, 
164'J. lat. 739, ff. 1 b, 104 b. 

Audomarus, Philosopher, of .P«ris. 
Exl,ositio summze Geberi secun,lu,», 16th 
cent. 3120, ff. 145-173. 

Auersperg (Wolfgang Engelbrecht v,,n), 
Gr,,f. Consilia medica pro, 1638, 1646. 
Lat. an,! Ge'm. 2253, ff: 73 b-86, 272 b 
-274. 

Auïrère (----). Letter to P. Silvester, 
n.d. l,'r. 4066, f. 257. 

Augar (Isaac Eieser), of 
Letter t- Sir ll. Sloane, 
4057, f. 293. 

Letter to, fl'om Sir tl. Sloane, 1734 
L,t. 406s. f. 246. 

Augmentation Office. Fees to ocers 
in, temp..las. I. 1520, ff. 5 h, 8. 
.Diet of the 
2103, ff. I 0- 

Augsburg, in Bavarla. 
German States at 1555. 
184. 
Consilium medicum 
Augustana, 1632. 

pro nlatrona 
2253, ff. 5-53. 

Augustine, S., Bishop of lIil,po. Elen- 
chus Ol-,erum ejus, 17th cent. 19.1, 
f. 38 b. 
Beneficia missam audientibus 
evenientia, 15th cent. 3722, f. 128. 
le cognitione veroe vitoe 14th 
cent. 2515, ff:. 58-85. 
l)e conflictu virtut,m et vitiorum 
et «le vera religione, 14th cent. 1613, 
Il'. 14 [,-52. 
Echiridion, 13th- 14th ceutt. 
lçxcerpts. 1580, f. 81 b. 
- Meditationes de Spiritu Saucto, 
14th cent. 2275, ff: 
l)e Mendaeio, 13th cent. 1103, A. 
ff: l-t,. 

cent. 

Oratio, 14th cent. 1777, f. 4: b. 
Oratio ante missam dicenda, 15th 
1939, ff: 109-1'21. 
Regula, 14th cent. Extracts. 

1934, f. 82. 
De secreto lncarnationis Verbi Dei 
et de ejus duobus substantiis, 14rb cent. 
188, ff: 79, 79 b. 
Sententiœe ex ejus sermouibus de 
verbis Domini, &c., 14th cent. 3551, 
ff. 72 h-4. 

Augustine, 

8., Bih,q, qf llippo 
timwd). Speculum |'eccatoris, 15th cent. 
988, ff. 1-13 b. 
De spiri!u et anima, 
2515, ff.. 85 b-110. 

14th cent. 

Augustinus (Erasmus), l'erbi Dei 
21iniztcr. Memorabilia chronologiat x 
Scripturis Sacris in ejus usure collecta, 
1577. Ger»« 299,% ff. 162-185. 
Augustyne, Dr. v. Agostini (Agostino 
degli). 
Aulnont (Louis ,1'), Iuv. Letter to Sit" 
If. Sloane, 1717. 1,'r. 4045, fi 74. 
--- Lette» t a, from Sir 14. $1oane, n. d. 
Fr. 4069 f. 89. 
Letter to his Secretary, from Sir 
H. Sloane, 1713. [-. 406, f. 74. 

Aungell, Maste,'. v. Angel (John). 
Aungier (Thomas), Jt, q«yr. Letters to 
Finch, 1696, 1697. 
..... , ff. 234- 
243 b. 

Aureyo (Johannes 
Confessional% 15th 
ff. 1-32. 

de), l"r,,tcr M;nor. 
cent. 

Aursperg. 
Ausheim 

v. Auersperg. 

(Fer, linan, I ,le), Baro. Con- 
silia medica I,r,», 1646. at. ami l'tal. 
2253, ff'. 54-57, 299 b. 
- Eistola de propinanda aqua ejus 
'reeutiana, 17th cent. 2253, f. 90. 
Austen, Physb'ia«. Medical treatise 
according to, 15th cent. 100. 
Austen (John), M.I: ri». co. MMdh'se.«. 
404(3, |: 202. 
H. Sloane, 172.t,. 

Letter to -----, 172.. 
Letter to Sir 
4046, f. 204. 
Austin (Mary), J,tn. 

Wam'ramd. fo al,- 
point ber to be laundress to the intt.nde, I 
lueen, 1661. 856, f. lO b. 
Austin (Thomas). F«,rmerly owned 
20. 

Austin (Wiiliam), ,%,,., l:,¢,','ist,., 
So, tAw, o'k. MS. 315 was ,ledicate,! to, 
hy J. Day. 
&ustria. Journal of travels in, by Dr. 
E. Browne, lç,68-1ç,6tl. 1:«)5, ff. 1-39, 
i,«.sim. 
_a_ustria, Archd«es ,,L Tt»atv witi 
Eugland, t»q,. Hen. :'I!. 1,,t." 21 
fl 189-192. 
Fer, linan,l. .kilia,.e t,f, ith 
Iome, Germanv ami Englan, l, circ. 1527. 
t. 2103 ff.'o .. 
- Oo-. 
Austa, Aibert, I,'chduZe o.f C,trdin«l. 
Horoscope 1359. 1770  149 b. 



32 

INDEX. 

Austria, Charles VI., Archd«,e of. 
Horoscope, 1565. 1770, f. 151. 
Austria, Charles Joseph, Archd»he of; 
brot/,er of the Emperor Leopold I. Note 
of his birth, 1649. 1708, f. 108. 
Austria, Ernest, A»&duke of. Horo- 
.COl»e , 1553. 1770, f. 151 b. 
---Corresl,ondence with Q,. Eiiza- 
beth, 1595. 1786, f. 37. 
Austria, Maximilian III., Archdul'e of. 
II,)ros«ope, 1558. 1770, f. 150. 
Austria, Sigismund, Arch«htke of. U. 
3Iolitoris tractatus scril»tus ad, de phi- 
tonicis mulieribus, 1489. 2417, ff. 2-35b. 
Austri, Weuceslaus, Arch,luke of. Horo- 
SCOl)e. 1561. 1770, t. 150 b. 
Austria, Don John of, mtural son qf 
P],ili 1, [ I, v. Nether]aads, Gorernorsof. 
Autographs. v. Album Amicorum. 
Auzout (Adrien). Judgment o, 
telescop»s, early lth cent. 4019, f. 241. 
Avalon, Province of, in Z.wfoundlon,l. 
Grant of, to Sir G. Calvert, 1623. 
and Evgl. Copies. 170. 
- Colonization of, 1670. 3662, f' 24. 
hvanzius (Carolus). Consilium medicum 
pro, 17rb cent. ItaL 2253, f. 292 b. 

Averani (Giuseppe), of FIorence. 
fo Sir H. Newton 1712. Lat. 
f. 66. 

Letter 
4065 

Averson (Hugh), of S,ettisham. Account 
of payment for sheep, 1604. 3827, t: 2. 
Avicenn. v. i'tusain ihn 'Abd Allah 
(Abri 'Ali Al), calle(l Ibn SnoEorAvcenna. 
Avienus (Rufus Festus). Versus de 
Orl, heo , 15th cent. 777 f. 88. 
- Versus de cantu Syrenum, 15th 
cent. 777, f. 8 b. 
Avinetus filius Ysci. v. Muham- 
mad ibn Zakasy (Abu Bakr), Al L'6z. 
Avinon (Walter de). De urinis, 14th 
cent. 420, ff: 122-124; 3550, ff. 22 b- 
28;15th cent. 783, B. ff. 197-203 ; 
3531, ff. 14--1. 
Avodio (Joset, h ), of Mo,nt Liban,s in 
Syria. Letter to Sir H. Sloane, n. d. 
4057, f. 294. • 
Awbrey (Thomas), edsmm, of Zondon. 
Letter to J. Adams, 1690. 4062 f. 237. 
Axtell (Col. Danîel), Iegicide. Medical 
recipe tbr, 1657. 153, f. 110. 
Ayleway (Thomas). Warrant for dis- 
possessing him of the office of searcher in 
the port of London, 1661. 856, f. 2(;. 

Ayllyff (Joha), Surgeon fo ITenry VIIZ 
Owned lIS. 1. 

Aylmer 
S|oane, 1710. 
Aymon (Jean) 
S]oanc, ! 702. 
Ayrey (James), 

(Whitgift). Letter fo 
4042, f. 145. 
Letter to. ri-oto 
F: 4068, f. 3,q. 

Sir H. 

Sir Il. 

of London. Autogral,h 
in Album, 1697. 2360, f. 4. 
Ayry (.lames). Letter to, from H. Jones, 
1697. 4o62, f. 268. 
- Letter to, from A. Buddle, n. d. 
4066, f. 2.9. 

Aytoun (Sir Robert), Pr;vate ,ç/ecretary 
to A,ne of Denrrrl,.. Poems, 17th cent. 
Copies. 1446, ff: 44 b, 45. 
Versus ad, a R. Thorio, 17th cent. 
176, f. 38 b. 
Ayyfih Ibn SulnimKn ibn lbrghim, 
Hi:lh l'riest of Booula in Africa. Letter 
o Sir H. Sloane, 1734. Arab. and En jl. 
ff`c) 
40oo f. 341. 
Azogte, in Guancabelica, Pcn«. Discourse 
on the employment of Indians in the 
mines at, 17th cent. 3055, ff. 20-25. 
Azores, The. Description (,f, 17th ce. 
F,-. 1019, f. 8 b. 

B 

B--(Dr.--). Eneomium on, 17th cent. 
3769, f. 11. 
:B-- (A--), of Iwlon. Letter to Sir H. 
Sloane, 1737. 4055, f. 121. 
:B-- (Barbara). Letter to [Sir H. SloaneJ, 
170. 4041, f. 279. 
B-- (C--), S, wgeon oyal. Royal letter 
commendatoy of, to be a fi'eeman of the 
city of London, temp. Charles II. S56, 
f. 19b. 

:B-- (D--), of co. Xorthans. Medical 
l,rescription for, by Dr. J. Metfor, I, 1666. 
Zat. 2812, f. 
-- (E--). 3LD. Letter to, ri-oto V. 
Serran% 1708. Lat. 4064, f. 157. 
B--(G--), Student of Christ Church, O.ron. 
Letter to, from H. Broughton, 1611. 
3088, f. I i0. 

B., H. v. Boxe (Henry). 
-- (j--). 
17 t h cen t. 

Plaister for the tcothache, 
2196 f. 122 b. 



INDEX. 33 

B-- (J--). Fabula ab, H. Sloane inscripta, 
18th cent. 3516, f. 209. 

1575. 830. 

Alchemical collections, 

B-- (P-- C--), M.P. Letter to, 
«, a truc zealous Protestant," 17th 
1983, B. f. 10. 
B-- (R de), of Florence. De 

mantia, 1407. 
B-- (R--). 
2902, f. 65. 

513, ff. 109-134. 
Letter to A. Hill, 

B-- (Rq C--). Observations on 
straining Netherland merchants 
cxporting Englih beer, 1606. 
f. 140. 

fro Ill 
cent. 

Chiro- 

1709. 

re- 

rom 
1710, 

B--- (T---). Poems, 17th cent. Coph's. 
1446, ff. 66 b, 89. 
:B--- (T---), of Qw«n's Collegc, Oxon. Let- 
ter to his friend, on English bi»tory, 
! 656. 3828, ff. 19-204. 
:B-- (W--). Essay on Ambition, late 17th 
cent. 1009, f. 73. 
13a--- (Ro---). Life of Sir T. More, 159'J. 
u28. 

Babault (Guy), 3LD. On diseases of 
the bureau body, 17th cent. 2415 ff. 
103-240. 
-------- Receipts, 17th cent. °_414 ; 2415. 
Babb (----). Letter to, from Sir Il. 
,'qoane, 172. 4068, f. 112. 
Babelin (----), O6nd'.t ai tlw lIos/,ii«l 
for thc Blind in Paris. Lctter to Sir il. 
Sloane, 1731. Ff. 40,52, f. 5¢. 

Baber (Sir John), M.D. .ledic, I re- 
ccipts and prescriptions, 17th cent. 1924. 

Bbo, Dr. v. Babault (Guy). 

Babus, Magister. 
micum, 14th cent. 

Alphabetum Alchc- 
1754, ff. 17 b-1 o 

Babylonians. Observations on the 
manners and customs of the antient 
Babylonians, 17th cent. Ff. 101& 
Baccher (-----), 8urgew, of Lo,ut.on. 
Formuloe medicinales receptre ex 16th 
cent. 574, A. f. 33 b. 
Bacher (----), of Tangicr. Charge 
of maladministration by, against J. 
Bland, cîrc. 1670. 3514, f. 25. 
Information by, against soldiers 
in Capt. Gyles' Company, 1672. 3514, 
f. 116. 

Baohiler (George), of Chrit's tlospital, 
London. Specimens of handwriting, 
1671. 994, ff. 7b-lO17b, 18,31 b3'..', 
35 b, 30. 

SLOANE INDEX. 

Bachimius 
Eachiretica 
ff. 1-58. 

(Arnoldus). Pan-Sophia 
17t h cent. Fr. 3871, 

Bachstrom (Jean 
mstus marini theoria, 
ff. 97-105. 

Frdddric). 
17th cent. 

4022, 

Bachtishub, Medicus Arabs. Vita, 18th 
cent. 3647, f. 4 b. 

Backwell (Edward), Ahl«,'man. Cove- 
nant as fi'eighter of the ship Waterhou»c 
wth the owner and toaster, 1663. 1952, 
f. 70. 

1668. 

Accompt of, with Col. tl. Norwood, 
3510, f..'25 b. 

Baron (Antony), son of t/w Lord K«epcr 
Sir A r. Bacon. Apology fo, ri'oto Lord 
Essex, [1598]. 1132, ff. 15-25. 

Correspondence with Lord Esscx, 
1856, ff. 7 i,, 9 b ; 3078, ff 14 b-'20. 

Medical prescriptious for, 1597. 

4t.4, ff'. 8» 8 b, 11. 

Bacon (Francis), lïscount St. Albans. 
Catalogue of the extant 3188. of, with a 
table of his speeches, cte., 17th cent. 
629, ff. 240 
 Advancement of Learning, book v. ; 
extract from, by Sir M. Williams, 17th 
cent. 70, 
 - Essavsi extracts from, by Sir 
Sherburne 17th cent. 836» f. 51. 
 - - ovum Organum criticized y 
My[iu% 17th çcut. Let. 427 fl 102 
llgb. 
  Natural Hitory ; extrac 
17th cent. 
,,,.» ff. 65 b-68, 
-- - -Proportiones ponderum rerum 
ejusdem maguitudinis e» 171h cent. 
1733 L 7. 
 Faber fortunoe» translated by R. 
1682. 412 fl 71-100b. 
 Letters and Speeche% 1599-1617. 
3K,)O 

Letters 17th cent. 3078. 
Letter to the Lord Chaucellor, 

tonching the history of Britain, [1609]. 
972, f. 1. 
------Correspondence with Cambridge 
Univ«rsity, 1616-1619. EngL and Lat. 
3562, ff. 27, 27 b, 42 86 b, 89, 93. 
Letter to the House of Lords, 1621. 
826, f. 7. 
------ Letter to the Duke of Buckingham, 
- Letter to Sir I[. Sarile touching 
helps for the intellectual powers 17th 
ceut. 629, ff: 246-20. 

I) 



INDE. 

Bacon (Fraucis), l'iscoud St. Albans (con- 
tinued). Letter to Sir E. Coke, n. d. 
1775, ff: 78-83. 
• - Letters to Lord Esex, n.d. 1775, 
ff. 83-85 b. 

Letter to James I., n. d. 1775, 

f. s6. 

Letter to the «Company for the 
settlement of :New Dl'apery, co. Hert- 
ford," n.d. 3827, f. 189. 
Letter to, ri'cm Sir T. Bodley, 
1607. 1775, ff. 50-53. 
- - Speech at the arraignment of Lord 
Somerset, 1616. 
----- Speech on 
Chancellor, 1617. 
-- A confession of thc faith written 
],y when ruade Solicitor-General, 17th 
cent. 
o,)o ff: 81-93 b. 
------- Discourse touching the Low 
Countries, t he King of Spath, the Kiug 
of Scotland, the French King and Qu. 
Elizabeth, 17th cent. 755. 
Considerations for the better estab- 
lishment of the Church of England 17th 
cent. 1435 ff. 125-130. 
Considerations touching the Queen's 
service in Ireland, 17th cent. 1775, 
ff: 47-49. 
-- - Apo[ogy a, ldressed t, by L. Pe- 
trucci 161'J. Lat. and It,d. 415, ff. 
2_1  
O. 
Verses against his ct»ndcmnation 
in 1620, by Dr. Lcwis ci. Lawes, 17th 
cent. 826 f. 4; 17.q2. ff: 100-112. 
MS. 1622 is dedicated to him. 

Bacon 
Autobiography, 1616-1661. 464. 
--------Collection of poems and 
pieces, crc. 1644. Lat. and EngL 
Medical instructions for 
Barganio, 1651. 203 f. 157. 
------- Letter to Sir 
1833 f. 15. 

(3latthew), M.D., of Londan. 

Bacon 

(Sir Nicholas), Lord AC¤¤r. 
Orations, 1558» 1562 1568, 1571. 105, 
ff. 1-7. 
• Ordiuances for repairing of al, uses 
1566. 1565. 
Discourse of Qu. Elizabeth's mar- 
riage with the Duke of "Almoync," 
1570. 1786 ff. 18-2. 

BRCOI1 

Bacon (Robert). Poem by, inseribed fo 
Sir H. Sloane, 18th cent. 3400, ff. 6-10. 

Bacon (Roger). Mendacia tria de AI- 
chemia, 14th cent. 1754, ff. 62-74. 
- - Speculum secretorum Alchimioe, 
1002, f. 80-98 b. 14th cent. 1754, ff. 48-50 ;15th cent. 
his appointment as 513, ff'. 178b-181 ; 692, ff. 1-9 b, 113- 
Imperf. 1856, f. 73. 117 b ; 1118 ff. 50-56 ;late 15th cent. 

other 
396. 
Sign. 

Il. Walgl'ave, 1653. 

(Montague), Ilwctw" of .5¥wbohl 
Vcrdun, co. Leic. Letter fo Capt. Tub- 
lay, 1743. 4066, f. 127. 
Letters to Sir H. Sloan% n. d. 
4057, ff. 295, 297. 

Bacon (8if NathanaeI), youngest son.of 
Sir Nicholas Æ«con, 1st Bart. Declara- 
tion of the desperate estate of F. Spîra, 
in 1548, compiled by: 17th cent. 397. 

Bacon (Nathanael). 
Browne, n.d. Lat. 

1091, ff. 178-198;--17th cent. 2405, 
ff'. 3t-47 ; Engl. 3688, ff. 87 b-91 ;-- 
18th cent. Engl. 3506, tI. 42-46. 
- Dreviloquium a]chymioe, 15th cent. 
276» ff: 4-10 b. 
• J. de Rupescissa's treatise on 
quintessence of Alchemy attributed t% 
15th cent. 353. 
- De quinta essentia, 15th cent. 75, 
ff: 101-123 ; oqo,)...~, ff. 135-168 ;--16th 
cent. 2320, ff: 73-93. 
- Translatio Foruacum Geberi, 15th 

cent. 

1118, ff: 6('-71. 
Verbum abbrexfiatum, 15th 
692, ff: 46-51 b ; -- 17th cent. 
: 167 ; 1842, ff'. 32-36. 

Letter fo Sir T. 
4066, f. 24.q. 

cent. 

Errores Alchemici secundum, 15th 

cent. 

3744, f. 35. 
Finalis conclusio Alchemiea, 15th 
692, f. 102. 
Opus Alchemicum, 15th cent. 

oqo ff. 30-33. 
-Secreta Philosophioe, 
3657» f. 50 b. 

------- Discou rse 
stone» 17th cent. 
- -- AIchemical 

16th ceni. 

cent. 
188 b. 
De mirabili 
naturoe, 15th cent. 
De utilitate Astronomioe, 17th cent. 
2629, ff: 17-56. 

Liber duodecim aquarum, 15th 
276, ff. 22-23 b ; 513» ff. 181 b- 

potestate artis et 
2156 ff. 111-116. 

cent. 

on the Philosopher's 
1723, ff. 55-60. 
extracts from, 17th 
2173 ; 2176 ff. 34 b-41. 
Experiment by, out of Albertus 
Magnus, 17th cent. 2170, ff. 18-30. 
- Die Alchimistische Kunst, 1575-6. 
830, ff. 52-8. 
- De chymia, 17th cent. 288» ff. 
136-138 b. 



INDEX. 

35 

Bac. on (Roger) (contin,,.ed). Epistolm 
e:}us ad Johannem Parisieusem de separ- 

atione elementorum et de ponderibus, 

15th cent. 
:14 b--216 b. 
Necromantia, 17th cent. 
t[. 44 b-46. 
-- De i,erspectiva, 15eh cent. 
fl 1-41 ; 2542, ff. 1-55. 

2327, ff. 25, 35. 
fistula, 15th cent. 238, ff. 

2156, 

" Radix Mundi," translated by Il. 
Freloue, 1550. 1799, ff. 31-73. 
--- De retardatione senectutis, 16th 
cent. 2320, ff. 56-64. 
. Expositio epiatoloe ejus de retard- 
atione senectutis, 16eh cent. 2320, ff. 
27-29. 

cent. 

De multiplicatione specierum, 15th 
2156 ff. 42-71. 
Thesaurus Spirituum, 17eh cent. 

;3850, ff. 117 b-129 ; 3853, ff: 3-45. 
------- Extracta de compendio studii theo- 
logioe, 17th cent. 2629, ff. 2-16. 
]]acon (Thomas Sclater). Formerly 
owned MS. 3610. 

Bacon (William). Experimenta magica, 
17th cent. 3846, ff\ 93b-98; 3851, f. 
109 b. 

Baxidow, co. Essex. Suit respecting 
|ands in, 1619. 3299, ff. 187-208. 

Baden, i», Aust,.ia. Account by Dr. E. 
Browne of the baths, 17th cent. 1.ui1- 
1913, ff: 145-150 b. 
Badger (John), M.D. Vindication vf 
himself from slanders of London Apothe- 
caries, [1701]. 3914 f. 109. 

]adham (John). Letter to Dr 
Browne, 1702. 1911-1913 f. 138. 

Badminton, co. Giouc. Account of, 
cire. 1680. Ff. 1028 f. 4 b. 
- Lists of plants for the Duke of 
Beaufort's garden at 1690-1713. 4070- 
4072. 
- .-Catalogue of plants growing at 
cire. 1695. 641. 
- . Catalogue of plants and flowers in 
the Duke of Beaufort's garden ah 1699. 
525. 

Boeck (Abraham), M.D., of qtockholm. 
Letter fo Sir H. 81oane n.d. I, at. 
4057 f. 299. 
Baerleus (Joannes Henricus), of Strass- 
burg. Autograph in album 1669. 1795 
or 2597 f. 55. 
Bagford (George). Letter to ri-oto J. 
Bagford, n.d. 1983, f. 83. 

Bagford (John). 
and collections, 
533-565. 

Catalogues of his books 
18th cent. 1044, ff. 

- Collections relating to Londou, 
etc., c5"c. 1703. I t06. 
-- Proposais for printing an e»say ou 
the art of typography and calcography, 
t8th cent. 1044, f. 309. 
Commonplace books, circ. 1700. 
835 ; 893 ; 923. 
Papers and letters on the art of 
printing 18eh cent. 1435, Il: 1-13, 
18-23, 
 History of priuting the Bible, sud 
its editious 17th cent. Autogr. 1378 
ff. 150, 175-179, 181. 
- Colleetious of leaves and fragment 
of antient MSS, with notices of the early 
printers, etv., 8th-18th cent. lo44. 
------- Collections conc. priuting, public 
anti private libraries, rare books writi»g 
and hmguage, 17eh cent. 1085. 
- -- Collections to illustrate the art of 
writing, l:2th-15th centt. 1086. 
Letters to ,Sir H. 81oane, 1704 
1707. 4039, f. 330 ; 4040 f. 347. 
: . Letter to G. Bagford, n.d. 1983, 
f. 83. 
Letters to, fr, m J. Austis, 1713. 
4065 ff: 142, 151. 
• - Owned .MSS. 292 ; 297. 

Bagge (Simon), F«llow qf C¢«;u8 Collcge, 
C«mbr/dge. Answer to a medical dispu- 
tation, 1653. Lat. 3310, fl: 233-23î. 

Baglioni (Adriano). Conto a, della per- 
dits di Famagosta et del regno di Cipro, 
1573. 2256. 

:Baglivus (Georgius). Letter to Sir H. 
Sloane, 1705. Lat. 4031, f. 428. 

Bagnenius (----), Medicus Pisanus. 
De arte l,urgandi, 1618. 3133, ff: 229- 
264. 

Bagahaw (----), Dom5a, of co. North- 
an$s. Medical presciptions for, by Dr. 
J. Metford, 165, 1666. Zut. 212» 
ff: 54, 88. 
:Bgshaw (Edward), thv Elder, M.P. fvr 
,Southwark. Speech concerning griev- 
ances 1640. 1430, ff. 51-54 ; 3317» f. 5. 
Baguley (Michael). Letter fo Sir H. 
Sloaue, 170. 4/376, f. 844. 
Bagwell (William), Mercha,, Prisoner 
in the Fleet. 'The arithmeticall descrip- 
tion of the cehstiall and terrestrial 
globes' with letter to W. Legatt, 1651, 
652, ff. 154-157 b. 

D2 



36 

1NDEX. 

Bahama Isles, IV. lndies. Description 
of, by C. Salmon, 1687. 45, f. 71 b. 
Bahir (Ll.). Notre ejus in Genesim, i. 2, 
17th cent. 2879, ff. 136-146. 
Bë£hr (Ludwig). Answer to a question 
whether in the time of a plague if be 
lawful to flee, 1551. Trcms[. 1665. 791, 
ff. 16-21. 

Baijman (P, ichard). Catalogue of treatises 
sent. by, fo ,ir II. Sloan% n.d. 4057, 
f. 312. 
Baildon (L--). Letter fo 31fs. ---- 
Binns, 1644. 153, f. 277. 
Baildon (Wiiliam). Letters fo his cousin 
Dr. Binns, rire. 1660. 153, ff. 94 b, 148 b. 
Bailleul ( X-- de). Autograph in albunt, 
1579, 1581. 851 ff. 24, 52. 
Bailleul (Adricn de). Aut:,graph in 
album, 1582. 851, f. 104. 
Bailleul (Philipote de). Autograph in 
album, 1579. 851, f. 10b. 
Baillon (Cher. ---- de), of Fho'ence. 
Letter to E. Southweil I740. Ff. 4056, 
f. 320. 

Bailo (Edward). lApertio corporis ejus 
in Nosoeomio D. "l'homœe, per l»rm. F. 
Glisson, 1654. 681, f. 24. 
Baily (Arthur). Account of an In,tiau 
poison, 17th cent. 4025, f. 12. 
Bainbrigg (Thomas), M.D. Letter to 
Sir H. loaae7 172½. 4026, f. 436. 
Baines (John), Sêjea;tt-at-Law. I,etter 
to him, on the Sea-Caterpillar, 173. 
Extract. 4025, ff. 239-241. 
Bainos (Sir Thomas), M.D. Epitaphium 
in, per J. Finch, 1681. 3329, f. 5. 
Biographical note concerning, n. d. 
5...oo f. 165. 
Bairus (Petrus), JLD., of Turin. De 
medendis h umani corporis malis enchirî- 
dion, 18th cent. En.IL 1630. 
Balropug (Henry de), JIiles. Seal in 
1279, copied, 18th cent. 3424, f. 10 b. 
:Bakor (), co. Vorthants. Medical 
prescription tbr his daughter, by Dr. J. 
Metford 1655. ;Lat. 2812, f. 66. 
Baker (Arme), of Ashby, co. Northants. 
Medical prescription fbr, by Dr. J. 
Metford 1652. at. 2812, f. 16 b. 
Ba.ker (Daniel), of Christ's_ ttosl)ital. 
Speeimen of handwriting 7 1671. 994, 
ff. 21 b-28. 

Baker (Edward). Propo.sais to those 
lesirous of a collection of English insects, 
18th cent. 4020, f. 222. 

Baker (John). Mystical treatise, 15th- 
16th cent. 1524, : 40-58. 

Baker (John), Buteher, of St. P«l«her's 
Parish, co. Middl. License to seil ment 
prirately in Lent 166. 856, f. 11. 
Baker (John), Soldier af T«mjier. çharge 
against, for theft circ. 1674. 3514, 
f. 246. 

Baker (.losiah). Letter to J. Whitlocke, 
n.d. 19267 t}: 113-117. 
Baker(Margaret). Collection ofrceipts, 
1650, 1;72. 2485 ; 2486." 
Baker (Ricitard). Honor discoursed of, 
in lhv theory of it and the l,ractiee, 
[1675-1713]. t. 
]3aker (Robert). Tranlatiou by, of ç. 
de la Bellière's " Physioguomia rati,,n- 
alis," 17th cent. 3942. 
Baker (Robert), Surgeon to G!t' s IIosl,it,d. 
Letter relative to inoculation for the 
small-pox, 1729. 406, B. f. 15 b. 
Baker (Robert). Letter to J. Petiver, 

1701. 4063, £ 91. 
Baker (? Samuel), of Gr«y's Ina. 
on the Camp, 167. 2348, f. 37. 

Poem 

Baker (Thomas), Ac,,d,.micus Ox«,n;ots;s. 
Carmitm in honorera T. ,_acvi]e, Baronis 
de Buckhurst, Gancellarii, 16tl ent. 
6r. and Lat. 3728. 

Bakewell (J--). Letter to Sir 
SIoane, 1723. 4076, £ 347. 
Bakewell (Katharine). Letter to 
H. Sloane 1733. 40767 f. 346. 
Baksterus (-----). Versus ad, a 
Thorio, 17tl cent. 1768, f. 48 b. 
Baku, in Tratseaucosia. 
from Shamakha 17th 
2910, ff. 112-123. 
Balacala. v. Batticaloa 7 in Ccylon. 
Balalni.n. v. Balemin. 

ll. 

Sir 

Journey fo, 
cent. Ge m. 

Balasore, fi Betgal. Directions for 
sailing from, to Hooghly, 17th cent. 
3668, f. 40 b. 
Balasore :River, n Bengal. Chart of, 
by Capt. J. Kempthorne, 1688. 6657 
ff. 69 b, 70. 
Balbian (Justus à), i i Alost in Flanders. 

Tractatus varii de 
philosophico, lîth cent. 
143. 

cent. 

sophico ex superiori 
in inferiorem, 1600. 

alchymia et de lapide 
1255, ff. 105- 

Descriptio lihri S. Asrob, 17th 
12557 ff. 14-23. 
Translatio scrit,ti de lapide philo- 
]ingua Germanica 
1255, ff: l I b-13. 



INDEX 

Balcleugh (M, Mam -----). Note of I,er 
birth, 165. 1708, f. 107. 
Baldoeus (PhililTUS). Historv of Ceylon, 
17th cent. Gcrm. Ext,'ac(s. 2711, ff. 

Baldassare (Giovanni di), Abbissbw, 
Caragliere di H. Antonio. Historia degli 
Abbissini popoli dell' Etiol)ia » 171h cent. 
g257. 

Balduin (François), 
graph inscription» 
f. 3. 

of Arras. Auto- 
. d. Za& 2764, 

Bale (John), Bishop of Ossory. Account 
of him and his works, out of Fuller's 
"Abel Redivirus»" circ. 1700. 885, 
f. 68. 

Baie (John). Letter to the Duchess 
Beaufort, 1692. 4062, f. 246. 

of 

- Letter to, from M. Banckes, 1689. 
4062, f. 231. 

Balamin, al. Beleem. 
cent. 

Balemin, al. 
De imagine planetarum, 17th 
3822» ff. 54-58. 
De inaginibus 171h cent. 
ff: 100 b-101. 

De sigiilis et imaginibus t,]ane- 
tarum, 17th cent. 3848, ff: 52-62. 

Bales (John), AI«hem&t. "'Liber 
brum," 17th cent. 3687, ff. 1') 

li- 

Balfour (Sir Andrew), of Edhdnt,'gh. 
Catalogue of his books, 1694. "'* 
91-98. 

- Letter 
4077, f. 15. 

to Sir C. Scarburgh 1691. 

Balfour (ir James), of Pittemh'ei«h, 
8evreta,'y to Ma,'y, Qu. of Scots. Certi- 
£cate by, of the authenticity of a copy 
of the bond of the Scotti»h Nobility br 
promoting Bothwell's marriage with 
Mary, Qu. of Scots, 1567. 3199, f. 
137 b. 

Balgay (Eiizabeth). Medicines 
scribed for,. by Dr. t.'ottee, 1606. 

Balherbe (Pedro de), «,]" Set'i/le. Declara- 
tion of his Will by his executors, 1670. 
)_».m. 2802, ff. 23-102. 

Ball ('fhomas), Embrohlo'er, of ,S't. G il«s 
without CHpple!late, Zond:,a. Bill 
debt» 1601. 36, ç. 3. 

Ball (Thomas), l'icar of 2fo,'th:,mpton. 
Medieal prescription for, by Dr. J. Met- 
lord, 1652. Lat. 2812, f. 5 b. 

Ball (Thomas), of Emamoei Colle,je, Cern- 
bridge. Notes of his serinons, by D. 
Foot% 17th cent. 598, f. 20. 

Ballantine (.%. Job,,), of Croakal« IL,il, 
_umberl, tnd. Letter to l}r. S. Wall, 
1680. 1731, A. f. 47. 
Letter fo Lord Carli»le, 161. 
69. 
724, f. 1 "' 
llOE (John). letter to Dr. , 
166I. 118, f. 320. 

Ballard (Martin). 
apology, 1647. 
Ballard 
1550. Dr,,ft. 

Answer to Duport's 
1454, f. 22. 
Letter to -----, cire. 

748, f. 63. 

Ballard (Thomas), Jun. Let, ter to Sir 
H. Sloane, 1690. 4036, f. 78. 

Ballasore. v. Balasore. 

Balle (Charles). 
Bottoni, 1701. 

Letter t o, fl-om Dr. D 
ltal. 4063, f. U2. 

Balle (Robert). 
1718-1728. 4045» ff: 165, 
4046, ff: 100, 146 ; 4047, f. 
L 248; 4050, L 41. 
Letter to, from Sir 
1727. 4068, f. 138. 

Balles 

Letters to Sir H. Sloane, 
181, 187 ; 
288 ; 404'3, 

H. Sloane 

(John), self-styled " D«ke of Oak- 
hic and Alençon, Prote«tor to James 
H[." Letter to Sr It. Sloane, 1702. 
4075, f. 24 l. 
Ballot. On its nature awl use, particu- 
larly in the state of Veaice, 171h cent. 
302, ff. 1-9 b. 
Ballyman (John), 3LD., of ;xeter. 
Letters to Sir Il. Sloane, 1714, 1734. 

4077, ff. 69, 109. 
Balmerinoch, 
(John). 

Balstone (P--). 

t"O 

v. EIphinston 

Formerly owne,l MS. 

Balstone (William). 
MS. 73. 

Formerly owned 

Baltasar, Jud«us. Processus alchemicu» 
1572. 3661, f. 256 b. 
Baltic Sea. Matis Balthici piscium 
catalogus, a P. Artedo, 18th cent. 
3870. 

Baly (John). Ad,nision of him and 
Katharine, his wife, to the cnfraterr, it v 
of the Friars Minors, in England, 145. 
Lot. 1617, ff. 76 b, 77. 
Bampfylde (19«»w Gertrude), u'ife of 
Sir C. I1: Bampfyhle, O,'d B,,rt., qf 
Po.'t,'more. Letter to, fi'om Sir 11. 
Sloane, 1714. 4077, L 69. 
Banastre, bmil,d of. l'edigree, 17th 
cent. 1429, f. 92 b. 
Banastre (J). Letter to Sir It 
Sloan% n.d. Lat. 4057, f. 301: 



38 

INDEX. 

Banbury, 
(Arme). 

Banckes 

Countess of. r. Knollys 

(Matthew). 

Estimate for 

House 
[1689]. 4066, 

making a promenade at Chelsea 
for the Duke of Beaufort, 
t: 260. 
. Letter to J. Baie, 
f. 231. 
Bancroft (Richard), Archbishop of Can- 
terbury. Answer to his complaint, by 

1689. 4062, 

H. Broughton, n.d. 3088, f. 10O b. 

Verses on his prayer for Prince 
llenry, 1627. 1489, f. 9 b. 

Bandinell (Daniel), Dean of Je»sey. 
Warrant for appointment to the Deanery, 
vacant by his deatb, 1661. 856, 
f. 5b. 

Banc (I--), [mperlal Commissioner. Ar- 
ticles fi, r protection of English and 
German merchants, 1545. Fr. 2103, 
f. 197. 

Banes. v. Baines. 

Banester al. Banister (John). Ex- 
cerpta medica e, 17th cent. 2109, ff. 
1-107. 

Banisius (Paulus), ,çilesius. Episto]a 
ad I. Hubnerum, 1638. Copy. 639, 
ff. 146-148 b. 

Banister (Henry), Soldler t Ta,gier. 
Charge of mutiny against, by Ensign 
T. White, 1670. 3514, f. 39. 

Banister (John). v. Banester. 

Banister (Rev. 

John), of Tïrginia. 
Papers relating to natural history, 167- 
1680. 40O2. 
- List of his physiological collections, 
ruade after his death, 1692. 3321, f. 8. 
Letter to the Bishop of London, 
1689. 3321, f. 1. 
Letter to S. Doody, with lists of 
ColMes. 3321, ff. 3-6 b. 
to J. Petiver, n.d. 3321, 

plants, n. d. 
Letter 
£7. 

Bankes (Benjamin). Letter to Dr. N. 
Grew, n.d. hn.perf. 1941, f. 21. 

Bankes ($5" John), Attoraey-Ge»eral. 
Argument concerning shipmoney, 1637. 
1569 ; .,903, ff. 140-174. 

Bann (Nathanael), M.D.. of M«ncheste,'. 
Letters to Dr. Samp.on, 1681. 123, ff. 
4 9 11. 

Bannatyne (Adam), Bishop of Aberdee. 
Sentence of deposition against, 1638. 
650, f. 74. 

Bannister (William). Dedieatory let- 
ter to A. Simpson, 1658. 1470, f. 249. 
-- Lady Beaumont's funeral sermon, 
eopied by, 1658. 1470, ff. 249-267. 

Bantam, in data. Journal of voyage 
to, by W. Perse, 1679-160. 3669. 

Banyer (Henry), of Le:ll, orn. 
OO 
J. Petiver, 171 }. 33«., f. 85. 
Letter to Sir H. Sloane, 
4057, f. 3O3. 

Letter to 

Baratter (François), French Protesta,,t 
3Iinister. Letter to-----Le Maitre, 
1735. Ff. Extract. 4066, f. 112. 

Barba, al. Burdegalia, al. Burgun- 
dia (Johannes de). v. Rordeau 
(John de). 

Barbados. History of, by J. Scott, 17th 
cent. 3662, ff. 50-78. 

- Account of, with map, 1684. 
2441. 
Retention of St. Christot,her's by 
the French Governor of, 1668. Ff. and 
Engl. 1519, ff. 234, 23.6. 
• Papers relating to, 1685, 16.7. 
3984, ff\ 187-197. 
Act for the government of, 1697. 
oqao ff: 83-86. 
------- Instructions to the Governor, 18th 
cent. 2902, ff: 87-89. 
. Letters relating to, from J. Wal- 
duck fo J. Petiver, 1711-1712. 2302. 
.. Catalogue of plants from, 1690. 
2346 ff. 197 b-199. 
. Names of plant» collected in, for 
the King's use, by J. Reed, 1690. 4070, 
ff. 17 b, 19. 
List of plants sent from, by J. 
Weir to the Duchess of Beaufort, 169t. 
4072, f. 299. 
 List of seeds from, 169.î. 1968, 
f. 182. 
- Catalogue of trees from, 18th cent. 
3332, f. 28 b. 

Barbara, 8. Memoria de, metrice, 15th 
cent. 2471 or 2718, f. 42; 2565, f. 28; 
2633, f. 34; 2683, f. 20 ; 2916, f. 1 7. 
31emoria de, 15th cent. 2571, f. 
20b. 

Barbar a (l.abella). 
pro ejus epilepsia, 
2-'253, f. 203 b. 

Consilium medicum 
cte., 1643. Irai. 

Barbarigo (Angelo). Consilia medica 
pro ejus fluxione catarrhali, 1641. 2-°53» 
f. 181. 



INDEX. 

39 

Barbary. Treatise of 
fr¢rm 1508 in, 17th cent. 
- Account of, by J. 

1660. 

1662. 

3509, ff. 11-14. 
Discourse of, by 
3509, ff. 25-27. 

the revolutions 
3495. 
Willson, c5"c. 

Lord Sandwich, 

Trade of Tangier merchants with 
the Moors of Barbary, 1675. 3512, f. 206. 
. Relation of, by J. Whitehead, 
captured in 1691 by the Moors, 18th 
cent. 90. 
Collection of its productions, with 
drawings by J. Jones and E.Albin, 17th 
cent. 4003, ff. 17-24. 
. Drawings of plants in, by J. Jame.% 
with descriptions, etc., 10.0. 4009, 
ff. 1-35. 

Barbeirac. v. Barbeyrac. 

Barberini, Family of. Account of their 
sudden flight from Rome, temp. lnnoc. X. 
3299, f. 177. 

Barberini (Francesco), tlw Ehler, ça,'. 
(liwl. Catalogus rei nummariœe veteri. 
Romanoe, 1693. 2843. 

Barbette (Paulus), M.D., of Amsterd«,,. 
Anatomia Pl'actiea, 17th cent. 1)utch, 
Zat. and Ff. At, toejr. 2826. 
- - On gangrenes, 17th cent. Ext,'act. 
379, ff. 27-29 b. 

cent. 

31edicamenta repellentia, 
1285, ff. 185-186. 

17th 

Barbeyrae (Charles), M.D., of Mont- 
t, ellier. Traité des maux vnérien», 
17th cent. 3903, ff. 221-255. 
Consulte par, pour A. Calsamilia, 
1684. 3998, ff. 38-41. 

Bardolfe, F«,nil:] of. 
cent. 1429, f. 41. 

Barebones. v. Barbon. 

l'e,ligree, 17th 

Barford (Jonathan). Legacy to St. 
Thomas Hospital, Lon,|on, 1691. 2728, 
A.f. 134. 

Bargoeus (Petrus Angelius). v. Anelio 
(Pietro), da Ba,'.qa. 
Bargellini (Camillo), of Bologna. In- 
formatio Doct. Dominici de ejus morbo 
gallico, 17th cent. 2253, f. 198 b. 

Bargrave (Robert), o.f Canterbur:/. Bi,- 
graphical notes on him and his wifi ', 
1628-1661. 1708, f. 107. 
Barham (IIenry), Son., M.D. Account 
of Jamaica, 1722. 3918. 
• Letters to Sir H. Sloane, 1713- 
1725. 4043, ff. 45, 208; 4045, ff. 55, 
5, 68, 77, 89, 108, 110, 204; 

ff. 140, 242, 260, 29, 325 ; 4047, ff. 165, 
337 ; 4048, f. 15; 4078, f. 259. 
Barbare (Henry), .Iun. Letters to Sir 
H. Sloane, 176--i753. 4048, ff. 15;, 
o«9.;, 453, £ 32. 
Baricellus (Julius Cesar). Hortulus 
genialis, 17th cent. Excerpts. 1988, 
ff. 193-201. 
Receptoe medicoe, 17th cent. 2547, 
ff. 48 b-5:». 

Barker (). Sermon preached af St. 
Mary's, [0xford], 16th cent. 2987, f. 38. 

Barker (), 3LD.. o[ 57wc«sbu,.y. 

44. 

Commonplace book, 1595-1605. 7, 
ff. 150-184• 
• Medical observations and memor- 
anda, circ. 1600. 79, ff. 112-156. 

- -Consulte par, à l'Hôpital Général Barker (), Pm'itan Minister et 
de Montpellier, 17th cent. 3998, f. 42- Pytchley, co. Aorthants. Speech at his 

• Consultes medicaux, 1684. 
ff. 44 b--49 b. 

3998, 

Barbon (Niolas) 3LD. Certificate 
conc. the repair of a passage belongiug 
fo, near the Ordnance Office, 1682. 
1048, f. 63. 

Verses sent to a lady 
the answer, 17th cent. 

Barbor (Isabel). 
af Eaton, with 
1807, f. 141. 

execution for adultery and murder, 1637. 
363, ff. 1-8 b. 
Barker (. .), Minister. A supposed 
letter read to, from N. Wallington, 1650. 
922, f. 168. 
Barker (J--), o.f the M;ddle Temple. 
Owned, in 1669, M,¢, 3926. 
Barker (01ivia). Letter to Sir It. Sloane, 
1736. 4076, f. 368. 
Barkham (Susan). Verses on, 1654- 
1668. 1431, ff. 77 b-85. 
BarkAng Abbey, co. Essex. Pedigrees 
ri'oto the rental book, 16th cent. 1301, 
f. 305 !. 

r. P, erkeley. 

Barden (D--). Delineatio geometrica Barksdale (.I--). 
montis metallici, 1656. 4030, 

Letter fo Sir J. 

Houbland, 1697. 

2902, f. 163. 

Barclay (Robert). 
of the Committee 
Lord Fairfax, 1645. 

Letter in the name 
of both nations to 
1519, L 96. 

. Barclay (John). Versus in, a F. Thory, 
17th cent. 1768, ff. 29, 38. 

Barkley. 



4O 

INDEX. 

Barlaam and Josaphat, ,'& Legenda 
de, 15th cent. 1936, ff: 130-139. 

Barles (Louis), M.D., of 3£t,.seilles. 
"Nouvelles Découvertes" de, 17th cent. 
Extracts. 229, ff. 95-101 b. 

Barnes (Joshua), Grwcr Linguœe Pro. 
j'essor Rvffius CaahdJriglensis. Versus 
in laudem T. Guidotti, 17th cent. Gr. 
203_, f. 7. 

Barnes (William),of Mnmouth. Letters 

Barlett (John), M.D., ,,f co. S«ss. to Sir H. Sloane, 170. 4041, ff. 89, 93. 
51edieal receipts, 16th cent. 1759. Barnham, Fomily of. Pedigree, 17th 
cent. 1429, L 42. 

Barlow (Charles), of Emanuel College, 
Cambri&je. Bookplate. 3794. 

Barlow (John), 3LD., of Manchest, r. 
Letters to Sir H. Sloane, 1730-1734. 
4051, ff: 146, 168, 14. 204, 231 ; 4052, 
f. 88; 4053, f. 256. 

Barlow (Ralph), Dean of Bath and 
IVells. Royal letter to the Bishop to 
confer the living of Cheddar on him, in 
case of lapse, [1621-1631"1. 856, f. 14. 

Barlow (Thomas), of Queen' s Coll., Ox,m. ; 
13odley's Libr,arian, afterw. Bislmp of 
Lincoln. Owned, in 1658, MS. 1986. 

Barlow (W--), of Pl!/mouth. Letters 
to Sir H. Sloan% 1734, 1737, 1743. 
4025, ff: 14-'_';; 4055, f. 131; 4057, 
f. 187. 

Barlow (William), of St. J,&a's ('olle,j«, 
C«,mbridge. Qucstiones theologicœe in 
die Comitiorum disl,utate , ch'c. 1578. 
478, ff: 3-70 b. 

Receipt fi)r stores at 
3511, f. o ,- 

Barnard (---). 
Tangier, 1673. 

Letter to J. Petiver, 

Barnard (Hnry). 
1701. 3321, f. 77. 

Barnard (John), of Abbgton, co. hro,'tht. ; 
2nd husband of Shaespeare's grand- 
daughter, Elizabeth Hall. Medical cas% 
1652. Zut. 2812 f. 56 b. 

Barnard (John), of B,'umpton, co. tlunt. 
Medical prescription of Jesuits' bark for 
his wife by Dr. J. 3letford, 1655. Lat. 
2812 f. 69. 

Barnard (William), 2?ector of Esher, 
co. Surr. lledieal case of a parishioner 
recommended by, to Sir H. Sloane, n. d. 
4077, f. 286. 
Barnerus (Jacobus), Ph. et M.D. Colle- 
giron phyicum in Academia Lipsiensi 
habitum, 1676. 1220, ff. 1-1S6. 
Collegium medicum institutionale 
Lipsioe habitum, 1676. 2140. 
Barnes. v. Berners. 

Barnes (John), Iector of Wor, nley. 
Commission to, from the Bîshop of 
London, 1561. 1317» f. 116 b. 

Barnsel (-----), M.D. Formulre medi- 
cinales receptoe ex, 16th cent. 574,A. 
f. 33. 

Barnsley (Thomas), Draper, of London. 
Con veyance of lease of his messuage , 
1687. 2655, f. 157. 

Baro (Peter), L,dg Margaret Professor 
of Divinity, Cambridge. Quœestiones 
theologicoe in vespere Comitiorum dis- 
putatoe, cire. 1570. 478. 

Barocius (Franciscus). 
(Francesco). 

v. Barozzi 

Barolitanus (Marianus Sanctus). v 
Sanctus (Marianus), Bacolitanus. 
Barometer. Graduationis Scheueh. 
zerianae fundamentum, 1725. Lat. and 
Ge,'m. MS. and P,'b, ted. 4065, ff: 299 b- 

:Baronetage. 
2'.04, f. 33. 

List of Baronets, 161.,. 

Barozzî (Francesco), of Venice. 3lathe- 
matical instrument invented by, with 
drawing, 1566. 2279, f. 94 b. 

Barr (James), B,.ewer of Loaàoa. ln- 
ventory ofhis goods, 1598. 2177, L 23. 

:Barré (--.), de Zagny. Consilium 
medieum pro ejus genero, 1647. 2881, 
f. 160. 

Barrell (Rer. Edmund), of S,,tbm or 
ttone. Letters to Sir H. Sloane, 1721- 
1736. 4025, ff. 27-36 ; 4026, f. 242 ; 
4049, f. 8; 4053, f. 72; 4054, f. 320; 
4076, ï. 323. 

Barret (Grace). 51emol-andum of ber 
birth, 1611. 3490, A. L 83. 

:Barret (5Iary). :Memorandum of her 
birth, 1609. 3490, A. f. 83. 

Barret (S--). Letter to Sir H. Sloane 
n.d. 4077, L 73. 

Barrett (Dacres Leonard), of Belhouse 
Letters to Sir H. Sloane, 1701-1719 
4038, : 261 ; 4041, f. 216 ; 4043, f. 267 
4045, f. 121, 267. 
Barrett (3). Letter to Sir H. Sloane 
n.d. 4077, f. 71. 



INDE. 

41 

Barretto de lsende(Pc, lro), 
Livro do estado da In,lia Oriental, 1646. 
197. 

Barrillot (----), of 
J. T. Woolhouse, 1729. 
4050, f. 158. 

Letter" to 
F,-. 

Barrington (Nichola de). Seal. Cp, 
18th cent. 3424, f. II. 

Barrodale (Joseph). Letter fo Dr. E. 
Browne, 1669. 1911-1913, f. 124. 

Barron (Johanne»), Staat of 
.4ndrew's Un;versit.q, co. Ffr. Aunota- 
menta in Aristotelis libros de cœelo et de 
ge»eratione et interitu, 1618-1619. 
2018, f. 109-12. 

Barrough. r. Barrow. 

Barrow (I--). Letter fo J. Petiver, 
n.d. 4066, f. 262. 
Barrow (Isaac), B.A. Cant«b. ; aftcrw. 
1Aaster of Trinit# Colle.te, 
Translation by, of Actuarius' Com- 
l,endium of urines, 17th cent. 1635, 
ff. 3o-6 I. 

Barrow (Samuel), of .M«,iras. Letter 
to Sir J. lloskins and lr. R. [[ooke, 
1686. 10390 f. 133. 

Barrow (Thomas), of New,joie M«,'lwt. 
Letter to J. l'etirer, 171,:). 4064, t: 227. 

Barrow (Thom). Lette» to A. M.,ck- 
naghton, 1712. 4065, f. 43. 

Barrow (Thomas). Letter to .'5_'ir H. 
Slom,e, 1733. 4052, f. 32tL 

Barrow (Thomas), fathe,'of Dr. Is«ac 
Barrow. Letter to Dr. Mountague, n.d. 
2903, f. 114. 

Barry (Col. ----). Letter fo, from Lord 
Carlisle, 167.% 2724, ff. 250-252. 

Barry (David). Appl'entiee»hip of, to 
S. Luke, 1674. 3512, f. 73. 

Barrye (James). Elegy on the death of 
James I., 17th cent. 1394, t: 176. 

Barsolono (Bartholommus de). Pro- 
cessus alchemicus, 1572. 3661, f. 252 b. 

Barston (F_,dward), Me,'«h«nt, of Tewkes- 
bur 9. Acknowle,tgment ot" his debt to 
R. Portman, 159.'2. 2497, f. 34. 

Bartar (FMward), of C Crso Town. 
Letter to J Petiver, «. 3321, f. o 
• 1 71HI" o_. 

Bartas, Sieur du. r. Saluste (Guillaume 
de), Situer du Bartas. 

Bartels (Matthias). 
Romeril, 17th cent. 

Versus ad. a Th. 
1378, f. 22 b. 

Bartesius (George), Ge,'maaus. De 
cataractis oculorum ex Quarta, Quinta 
et Sexta parte Ophthalmodulias 
1694. Let. b'asL 699 ; 2520, ff. 1-57. 
Bahonus (Bartholus Caspar) Pro- 
feor of Ele at 
Letter to, from B. Severinius» 1655. 
2870, L 55. 
Baho (Cpa0, of Malins. 
Annotiones in ejus meLaphysieam ma- 
jorem, 17th cent. 235, ff. 15. 
Colleetanea ex ejus institutionibus 
anatomicis, 17th cent. 3635, ff. llgb- 

Bartholinus (Ca-spar), 

Bartt.dinss, the 
Physicum privatim 
positum. 1688. 
• , Collegii 
duoe, 17th cent. 
Bartholinus 

so, of Tho,no 
Eld«». Collegium 
ventilandum pro- 
3007, ff. 26-37. 
Physici dissertatione 
3007, ff: 1-25, 3--53. 
(Thomas), the Ftder 

Tabula musculorum omnium totius cor- 
poris, 1666. 2524, B. 
Observatione anatomicoe, 17th 

2825, ff. 69 - 123. 
anatomica, 

cent. 
Tabula 
o.o f. 90. 
. 1Iitoriœe 

Bartholomoeus, PI, ilosophus. 
medica, 13th cent. 1615, ff. 
245, ff'. 26-52. 

17th cent 

- anatomie,--e, 17th cent. 
Extracts. 1172, ff: 84-88 ; 1',13, f. 32 ; 
,»,o,, ff. 124-135 3391, ff: " 4 5, 6-9. 
• Verses on, b)" B. 5everi,fius, 17th 
cent. 2870, f. 3. 
Bartholomoeus, Abjlis. De pro- 
prietatibus rerum, 14th cent. 471 ; 511 ; 
3167 ; 3539. 
• De proprietatibus rerum lib. viii., 
cap. Ix., de venenis serpent,lin, 15th cent. 
3535, ff: 13-18 b. 
 De proprietatibus rerum, 15th 
cent. En.IL abstract. 983, ff. 81-103. 
Practica 
46-68 ; 

1933, 

Formulœe remediorum, 13th cent. 
f. 9Sb. 

15th cent• 3149, ff. 19-26. 
Bartholomew, S. Hymnus ad, 12th 
cent. Impef. 3103, f. 115 b. 
Bartlet (Anthony). P. Severiai Ide.t 
medicinœe, t,robably translated by, circ. 
1600. 11. 

Breviarium de regimine sanitatis. 

Bartlet (J--), of Aénsb.qton. Letter to 
Sir H. Sloane, 1728. 4049, f. 142. 
Bartlet (Nathanael), M.D., of Poole. 
Letter to Sir H. Sloaue, 1726. Ltxt. 
4048 f. 221. 



42 

INDEX. 

Bartlett (William), of Ma(hi,',«. Letter 
to Lord Carlisle, 1679. 2724, f. 204. 

Bartlot (Richard), 3LD. Medical receil,t, 
16th cent. 3149, f. 48 b. 

Barton (C--), Bookseller, of St. M«rtin's 
Street, London. Letter to Sir H. Sloane, 
n.d. 4057, f. 304. 

Barton (Jacobus). Carmen in honorem 
Il. Sloane, n.d. 3516, f. 32. 

Barton (Joseph). Letter to, ri-oto A. 
Hill, 1697. 2902, ri: 20, 41. 

Barton (L--). Letters to Dr. Binns, 
ci,'c. 1660. 153, ff. 80 b, 99 b. 

Bartram (John), Quaker, of Skulkhiil, 
Pliladelphia, U.S.A. Remarks by, an 
insects sent fo Sir H. Sloane, 1742. 
4019, ff: 132, 133. 
- Lette'rs to Sir H. Sloaae, 1741, 

Barwell (Edmund), Master of 
College, Cambridge. Qutestiones 
gicoe in vespere 
ch'c. 1570. 478. 

1742. 4057, ff. 56, 157. 
Letter to, from Sir H. Sloane, n. d. 
4069, f. 90. - 
Clrist's 
theolo- 
Comitiorum disputatoe, 

Barwell (Nathauael), of Acworth, "aea,' 
Potefract. Letter fo Sir H. Sloane, 
1731. 4052, f. 5. 

Barwick (----), Major. Scheme of his 
nativity, 1619. 1707, f. 43b. 

Barwiek (Peter), M.D., Physiciwa fo 

Clv, rles II. Letter to Bishop Dolben, 
1682. 3299, f. 71. 
Letters to Sir H. Sloane, 1689- 
1700. 4036, ff. 57-61 b, 65-71 b, 74, 
85, 88, 90--92 b, 95; 4037, f. 368. 
Letter to the Duchess of Albemarle, 
1690. 4036, f. 97. 
Letter to, from A. Ashe, n. d. 

4066, £ 255. 

Barzius (Arnoldt), Heer van Riderwoorde, 
Consul of Zand-von-dem- Urye. MS. 339 
was dedicated to him in 1577 by C. Schy- 
lander. 

Basil, S. 
205-207. 

cent. 

er. 

Monita, 14th cent. 2275, ff. 

Excerpta theologica ex, 13th-14th 
1580, f. 28. 
Epistola ad Olympium, 17th cent. 
2764, f. 145. 

Basilîus. Versus de Vino et Venere, 
15th cent. 777, f. 88 b. 
13asilius Valentinus. v. Valentias 
(Basilius). 

Baskervile (Robert), M.D. Letter to 
Dr. W. Gibbons, 1698. 4077, f. 284. 
Letter to Lady Worcester, 169'.. 
407e;, f. 387. 
Letter toSir H. Sloane, t«9.o 4076, 
t'F0-6" 
f. 348. 

Baskervîll (Sir Thomas). Commission 
to be commander of the English forces 
in Picardy, 1596. Coty. 33 f. 9 b. 

Basle, in Switzerlan. Gemmarnm 
Basilianarum expositio per Villerium, 
17th cent. 3524. 
Agentis Ordinum Basileœe El,ist«la 
ad Dom. de P, rederode, 1633. 654, f. 73. 
Epistola ad Basiliensem, a J. Dury, 
n.d. 654, f. 82. 
Basnage de Beauval (Henri). Letters 
to Sir H. Sloane, 1695-.1698 and n. d. 
Ff. 4036, ff. 215, 219, 273, 299; 
4037, f. 56 ; 4057 ff: 305-309 b. 

Bassadonni (Giovanni), Venetiaa Ara. 
bassadoe" fo England. Articles submitted 
by the English Government for hi. 
approval, ch'c. 1596. Zat. 3299,/'. 47. 

Bassand (). Letter fo Sir Il. 
S]oane, ». d. Lat. 4057, f. 310. 

Bassano (Abraham). 
MS. 2265. 

Owued, in 1571, 

Basse (William), Poet. Verses on Shakes- 
peare, 17th cent. 1792, f. 114. 

Bassett (Edward) Letter to, from his 
uncle, J. Bassett, 1676. 4062, f. 188. 

Bassett (Edward). Receptœe medicae et 
catalogus librorum, 18th cent. 2392. 

Bassett (John). Letter fo his nephew, 
E. Bassett, 1676. 4062, f. 188. 

Basta (Georgio), Courir d'Hust, Imperhd 
Comnvander-in-Chief in Hungary. Testi- 
monial in favour of L. Petrucci, 1607. 
Irai. and Lat. CoTies. 415, ff. 14, 14 b. 
Baster (Job), M.D., of Zierikzee. Obser- 
vationes anatomicoe practicoe» 1742. 
4025, f. 37. 
Letters to Sir H. Sloan, 1732- 
1745. Lat., Ff. and E,.l. 4025, f. 40 ; 
4026, ff. 215-228; 4057, ff. 212, 242. 
Letters to, from Sir H. Sloane, 
1737-1740. Lot. and Eagl. 4068, 
ff. 342, 350; 4069, ff: 10, 28, 43, 92, 93. 

Bastian a/. Basting (Michael), of 
Christ's ltospital, London. Specimen. of 
handwriting, 1671. 994, ff. 15b, 16, 
33 b, 34. 37 b, 38. 

Basting. v. Bastian. 



INDEX. 43 

Bastingius (D--). Carmen Satyricum 
in, 159. 2764, f. t53. 

Bastwicke (John), M.D. 

Edoardo, Comiti Dorset, dicata, n. 
2131, ff. 1-15. 
. Letter to G. Willingham, n. 
2035, B. f. 10. 

Apologia ejus 
d. 

Batatze (15ail), of Co,,st«ttnople. 
ter to Sir H. Sloane, 1732. G,'. 
f. 233. 

Batehelor (Good,t;]'e --), of 
Medicine prescribed for, 1615. 
f. 103. 

Ou,dle. 
1814, 

Bate 

(George), 

usitatiora, 17th cent. 
B., passn ; 1966. 
Letter to Dr. 
118, f. 235. 

31.D. Medicamenta 
519, passhn ; 1080, 

Colston, cb.co 1650. 

Letter to N. Oudart on the treat- 
ment of the case of the Duke of 
Gloucester 1660. Copy. 123, f. 2 b. 

Bate (Henry). The 
Abraham ben Meir 
lated by, 15th cent. 

" De Mundo" of 
Aben Ezra, trans- 
312, ff. 70 b-96 b. 

Bateman (John), 3LD. 
MSS. 3914 ; 3915. 

Formerly owne,| 

Bath, co. ,%m. Plan of 
Quadrivium af, 1711. Lat. 

the Roman 
4042, L 312. 
- On the virtues of the waters, 1,th 
cent. 3984, f. 249. 
Song, with musical notes on cures 
performed af, 17th cent. 292, f. 6. 

Bath and Wells, Dccse of. Returus 
of value of chantry lands in, temp. Eliz. 
Fragme, ts. 3759, ff. 1 b, 35. 
,Bislwps of. Royal letter to the 
Bishop to confer the living of Cheddar 
on Dean Barlow in ca.se of lapse, [1621- 

1631]. 856, fi 14. 
v. Lake (Arthur). 

Montague (James). 
Pierce (William). 
Bathurst (Ralph), M.D., President of 
Trinity Col&ge. Oxford. Letter 
ff'oto Dr. N. Highmore, n. d. 548, ff. 
14 b-17. 

Bathy (John), of Tangie,'. Examination 
of, in a trial for theft, 167. 3514, 
f. 83. 

Batte (Robert), of Fa,.nley. Letter 
Dr. H. Power, 1666. 3515, £ 57. 

Batticaloa, b Ceylon. Chart of, by 
Capt. J. Kempthorne, 1688. 3665, f. 42. 

Battie (William), M.D. Letter to Sir 
H. Sloane, n.d. 4026, f. 435. 

Battle Abbey, co. 

Batton (William). 
MS. 3024. 

0wned, 

&tss. Papal grant 
of a cemetery to, in St. Nicholas Church, 
Eeter, 14th cent. 1777, L 88. 
- MS. 4031 was given to, by Abbat 
J. Nuton, [1463-1490]. 
in 1603, 

Battus (Banholomoeus), Prof«ssor T/wo- 

logi¢ in Acad«mht GryphiswaldensL 
Oratio funebris in ejus honorera per M. 
Stephanum, 1639. 2888, ff. 1-5. 

. J. Gundermanni epig,'amma in 
eus tractatum "De hominis justifica- 
tione," 17th cent. 2888, f. 5 b. 

Baudewens (Samuel). 
obitu ejus 17th cent. 
144. 

Baudius (Dominions). El,ist_lu ad S. à 
Bergen, 1605-8. 2882, ff. 51-53. 
------- Epistola metrica ad, a F. Thory, 
17th cent. 1768, ff. 43-48. 
Badrand (Michel Antoine). Addita- 
ments ad ejus lexicon geographicum, 
18th cent. 2887, ff. 212-214. 
Bauhinus (Joannes Caspar), st ]asle. 
Autograph in album, 1670. 1795 or 
2597 L 12. 
Baulerus (Johannes Jacobus), Ulmensis. 
Letters commendatory of, circ. 1640. 
Lat. 2882, f. 42. 
Baumgartnerus (Hieronymus). Letter 
to, ff'oto P. Melanchthon n. d. Lat. 
2764, f. 4. 
Baumgartnerus (Hieronymus filius 
Letters to, 
n.d. Let. 

De morbo et 
oo.-. ff. 141 b- 

Hieronymi), of Ar«remberg. 
fl'om Joachim Camerarius, 
2764, f. 9, 135. 
Baumgartnerus (Joannes 

Georgius). 
Letter to, ff-oto G. Postellus, 1561. 
1413 or 2959, ff. 93-95. 
Bauthumley (Jacob). Theological 
treatise, 17th cent. 2544, ff. 1-53. 
Bavaria. Journal of travels in, 17tl 
cent. 355°.. 

Bauda (Isaac). Speecl for the defeuce 
of v. J. Gonsa], late 17th cent. F,-. 
1009 f. 160. 
Baudelot de Dairval (Charles Cdsar), 
l'rench Anthluary. Correspondence on 
coins and medals, 1697. 1)utch. Copies. 
130, ff. 7-14 b. 
Letter to G. Schroedter, n.d. F,'. 
2,78, f. 1. 
Index in ejus phar- 
cent. 3119, ff: 294- 

Bauderon (Brice). 
macopoeiam, 17th 
318. 



44 

INDEX. 

Bavaria (Arme de), v:id of the Duc 
d'Eaghi«n, v. Bourbon (Henri Jules de), 

Dtc d' Ea,jhien. 
Baratin, Ernest, Dukç of. v. 
.lr«hbîsl, ops Electors of. 
Bave (Charles), M.D., of Bath. 
fo Sir ti. loane, 1714-1734. 
352-365. 

Cologuc, 

Letters 
4076, ff. 

Bave (Samuel). Medical case of Mrs. 
Monnington, 1635. 118, f. 313. 

Baxter (Richard). Note on N. Billings- 
. ley's" Anthropopoea," ch'c. 1689. Auto,jr. 

1161 f. 2. 
Extract from the Dedication of 
"The Saints' Everlasting Rest," 1667. 
1022, ff: 3-7. 

Baxter (William), 3fitster of the Mvrce,'n" 
S«hool, Loulon. Letter to Dr. Tlorl, , 
1707. 3986, f. 23. 
Bayer (Gottlieb Siegfrid), l'ofes.t,r et 
St. l'etersburg. Letters to Sir H. Sloane, 
1731-1737. Lat. 4026, ff: 229-237. 
Letters to, from Sir H. Sloane, 
1733, 1736» 1737. 4068 ff. 198,287,323. 

Bayerus (Angelus). 
borum cura,tdorum, 
f. 305. 

31etho«us m,,r- 
17th cent. 31 

Index to his Methodus morborum 
curandorum, 17th cent. 1635, ff: 68- 
76b. 

Bayes, M,.. v. Dryden (John). 
Bayle (Franqois). 
cent. l='xcerpt. 
Bayley (Walter), 
17th cent. 

De al,op]exia , 17th 
1845, ff. 1-11. 

M.D. Prescrîptions, 
1660, ff: 29 b-31 b. 

Baylie (Richard). Probate of Arch- 
bishop Laud's will, 166. 3080. 

Bayly (Edward), JLD. Aecount of an 
earthquake in Sussex, 1734. 4025, L 229. 

]3ayly (Elizabeth), of co. Northants. 
Medical prescription for, by Dr. J. Met- 
tbrd, 1655. Lat. 212, f. 71b. 

Baynard (Edward), ,]LD. Letter to Sit' 
1t. Sloane, 1698. 4037, £ 97. 
- Letter to J. Petiver, n.d. 4066, 

Baynard (C«pt. John). l:oval letter 
for the admission of, into th Charter 
ll«,use ttosl)ital , 162,. 856, f. 12 b. 

]3aynard (John). Letters to Dr. W. 
II-l,ler on his treatise on harmony, 169:2- 
1694. 1388, ff. 57-180 b. 

Baynes (John), ,çerje,,nt . et - La,e, 
I;nines. 

Baynes (Paul). " Christian letters" 
in the year 1620, copied by N. Walling- 
ton, 1650. ..,t°° ff: 52-68 b. 

Bayrus (l'etrvs). v. Bairus. 
Beacon (John), of Lomba,'d St,'eet. Let- 
ter to Lord Carlisle, 1680. 2724, f. 230. 
Beale (), M.D. Biographical notes 
on him and his wife, 1629-1660.. 1708, 
f. 107. 
Beale (Henry). Collection of medical 
receipts given by, to his brother Bartholo- 
mew, lTth cent. 1439, ff. 3-144. 
Beale (John), Jector of Yeovil, co. Soin. 
Concerning perspectives, tubes and tele- 
scopes, 17th cent. 548, f. 1 
-- The art of making parchment, 
vellum, glue, etc., read before the 
Sociely, 25 May 1664. 698, f. 89 b. 
Letter to S. Hartlib (?) on educa- 
tion, 1652. Let. 649, f. 206. 
- - Letter to, from Dr. N. Highmore, 
1669. Draft. 549, f. 34 b. 
. Letter to, from Dr. R. Hooke, 1680. 
1039, f. 171. 
Beale (Robert), Ambassador fo llollan4. 
Instructions to, 1576. 2442, f. 113. 
Beale (Wiliizm), M«stvr of Jesus and St. 
John's Col&ges, C«mbrid.qe. Letters to 
Bishop Andrewes, ante 1626. Let. 118, 
tic 273, 297. 
Beamey, Family of, of Sartr#. Seal, in 
1391, copy, 18th cent. 3424, f. 11b. 
Beamont (Dr.----), of Bath, co. Soin. 
Horoscope, 1643. '»a'»__.., f. 31 b. 
Beamount. v. Beaumont. 

Beard (Richard). M.D., of Worcester. 
Letters to Sir H. Sloane, 1728, n. d. 
4034, f. 213 ; 4050, f. 23 ; 4076, L 370. 
. Letter on inoculation for the smali 
pox to Dr. Scheuchzer, 1729. 406, B. f. 8. 
]3easley al. Rattin (Thomas). Letter 
to Dr. Binns, circ. 1639. 153, f. 195 b. 
Beaton (David), Cardinal Archb4shop of 
S. Andrew's. Bond of him and other 
Scottish nobles agaiust Lord Arran, 1543. 
3199, f. 247. 
Beaton (James), exiled Archbishop of 
Ghsgow. Journal of his negociations 
vith France, Spain, Germany and Rome, 
157. Imperfct modcra transcrîpt. 3199, 
ff. 162-168. 
Correspondence with the Scottish 
Court 1566-1568. 2Iodcrn trans,rlpts. 
3199, ff. 129b-172214-217,341 b, 343 b. 
- Letter to the Bishop of Ross 1578, 
Lat. Copy. 16, f. 4 b. 



INDEX. 43 

Beton (John). Letter to his brother, 
the Archbishop of Glasgow, 1567. 3199, 
ff. 151 b-157 b. 
Beuchmp, Fa,nil 9 of. Excerpts train 
the history of, 16th cent. 1301, ff. '2.9, 

"220 b. 
Beauehamp (Maud de), wife of IIïllia,n, 
1,t Earl of |rarwiclt. Notes relative to, 
17th cent. 1429, f. 92. 
Beauchamp (Thomas de), 3rd Earl of 
Warwich. ea|. Col)y , 18th cent. 34"24, 
f. 9. 
Beauford (John), M.D. Letter to Sir 
H. SIÇane, [1729]. 4026, f. 438. 
Beau£ort, Duke of. v. Son-.erset (Henry) 
Beaufort (lhnry), Cardinal Bishop of 
I|'iwhester. ,'iome heads drawn out 
ri'oto the second and last foundation of 
t. Cross }Iospital by, 17th cent. 100, 

B. ff. 42 b-44. 
Beaugency ([lervé 
camp. Letter to, 
C]airvaux, [1142]. 
cent. 1777, f. 7 b. 
Beauley. r. Beaulieu. 

de), Abbat of Ours- 
from the Abbat of 
Lat. Copy, 14th 

Beaulieu :River, ca. outhants..urvey 
of, 1698. 3233, ï. 21 b. 
Beatflieu (J de). Letter to P. Le]y, 
19 Juty, s. «. 
Letter with 
aliSWêl', /1. d. 

F,'. 1985, fi 112. 
to tI. Beverland, 
3395, ff. 3, 3 b. 

BeaulIeu (Jacques de), dit "Frère 
Jacques." Nouvelle metlmde de l'ex- 
traction de la pierre, 1697. 1709, f. 125. 
• Accountofhis methodoflithotomy, 
1699. Ff. 407, f. 140. 

Beaumont, Fa,nily of. 
cent. 1301, f. 21b. 

Pedigree, 16th 

Beaumont, De, qf Whitby, l, bmVy of. 
l'edigree 17th cent. 1429, f. 50. 
Beaumont, lïscoun?ess, v. Beaumont 
(Bridget). 
:Beau]/lont (Anselm). 
MS. II02 B. 
:Beallmont (Bridget), wife of Sapcote, 
2nd I'oeunt Beau,nt. Funeral ser- 
mon on, by Rev. J. tIgson 1640. 1470, 
ff. 249-267. 
Baumont (Hoa. Elizabeth), da«gh 
of Sapcote, 2 Vcount Beaumont. 
Letter to, from Rev. J. Hgson, 1640. 
1470 f. 266. 
Beaont (Hon Elizabeth), 
(] S Tcote, 2nd l'oeunt Beaumoet. 
Letter to, £rom Rev. J. tItgson, 1640. 
1470 £ 266. 

Owned, in 1700, 

Beaumont (Francis). aftcrw. Justice of 
Uw Comffwa Pleas. Letter to, from W. 
l.ewis, 1533. Lat. 3731, f. I. 

Beaumont (Francis). D,'a»mtist. Lecture 

on grammar, delivered during the 
Christmas revels in the Temple, cire. 
1600. 1709» ff. 13-22. 
- - Poems, 17th cent. Colies. 1446, 
ff. 72 b 73 b. 

Beaumont (t/m. John), 2nd son qf S,'I- 
cote 2nd 15;sco,«nt Beaumont. Letter 
from Rev. J. Hodgson, 16. 147o, 
f. 266. 

]eaumont (John). 
MS. 1102 B. 

Owned, in 1683, 

Beau_mont (John), Szrgeon mwl G«o- 
log&t, q( ,q_bme Eazton, co. S,m. Letters 
to Sir H. Sloane, 1702-1730. 4038, 
ff. 336, 343 ; 406, f. 234 ; 4051, f. 70. 
Memoir of, n.d. Ff. 4069, ff. 
103 b. 

Beaumont (Nicholas). Me,lical pre- 
scril, tions foi" W. Gastley, 16th cent. 
389, ff. 231-234 b. 

Beatunont (Thomas), 3,'d 
Bea,,moa. Letter to, from 
llo, lgson, 164ï-. 1470, f. 266. 

Beauaxxont (Walter de). Notes relative 
to, 17th cent. 1429, f. '03. 

Beauanount (). Letter to, from 
Sir II. Sloane, 1684. L(tt. 4068, f. 3. 

Beaune (Renaud de), 
Bou,'ges. Letter to, 
Rivi6re, [1592-1602]. 
58-68. 

.|r,'hb;ho 1, of 
from J. de La 
Lat. 2089, 

Beauvais, Bisho 1, of. 
tin). 

v. Potier (Augus- 

Beauvais (Charles de). De la vie ,les 
ChamI,s et de |'Agriculture, 1645. 

Beauvais (G-- de), of Withyham, co. 
Suss. Wrote, in 1645, MS. 736. 

Beauvais (Gabriel de). 
17th cent. 369, f. 1. 

Beauvais (rincent de). 
Bellovacensis. 

Anagram on, 

r. Vincentius, 

Beauvoir (Elizabeth), widow of lVillia,n 
Beaucoir, Chapltdn fo Lord Stair. Letter 
to Sir H. Sioane, enclosing petition to 
Sir R. Walpole, 1728. 4049, ff. 174, 
176b. 

Beauvoir (Richard de). Responses aux 
questions de la Soeiëtë Rova|e de Londres 
touchant l'ambre» 18th Cut. ««o« ff. 
205-208. 



46 

INDEX. 

:Beauvoir (William), ChapbJ;n fo Lord 
Etair. Letters to Sir H. Sloane, 171- 
1717. 4044, ff. 11, 18, 37, 118; 4045, 
f. 47. 

Beaux sprits, 
poem addresse,l 
ff. 1-13. 

5bciety of. A Pindaric 
fo, 17th cent. 231, 

Becket (Thomas), Archbislwp of C«ntcr. 
bury (contiuued). Septem gaudia B. 
Thomoe, cure invocatione, et collecta, 
15th cent. '2-471, f. 36. 
- Memoria de, metrice 15th cent. 
2565, f. 18 ; 257 l, £ 16 b ; 2633, f. 22 ;-- 
16th cent. 2683, f. 17. 

:Beavan(Jacob).. v. Bevan. - • Concertatio ejus cure H.en.rico 
Principe, et tenebrarum Prinopbus, 
Beawcostes (Rchard), of Cannon ou', metrice, 17th cent: 1767, ff. 2-4. 
London. Translation of L. Roderigo's 
« Pisces Zodiaci Infêrioris," 16th cent. Noenia in ejus morte, I7th cent. 
3657, ff. 4-24 b. 1767, ff. 13-17. 

Becanus (Joannes Goropius). 
(Joannes), Becanus. 

v. Goopius 

(Antonius), Patwr»dta. 
P. Braccio]ini, 16th cent. 

Beccaoelelli 
Versus ad 
2987, f. 44. 

Beccaria (Antonio), of Iérona. Liber 
Dionysii Periegetis Alexandri de situ 
orbis e Groeco in Latinum versus per, 
15th cent. 2017, ff. 40-87. 
BeccateLlus (Antonius). v. Beccadelli. 
Becham (Francis). Letter fo Dr. N. 
1963, f. 106 b. 

v. Beccaria. 

Grew, n.d. [mperf. 
Becharias (Antonius). 
Becher (Dr.----). 

Invention for 

making pitch and tar from sea coal, 
17th cent. 3299, f. 41. 

Narrative of 
Castle, 164.. 

Becher (C«pt. Edward). 
the siege of Rathbarry 
1008, ff: 44-54 b. 

Becher (John Joachim), M.D., of Spb'es ; 
Councillor of thc Empcror Leopold. 
3639, 

treatise, 17th cent. 

Alchemical 
fL 1-62. 
- - Alchemical 
2867. 
Sketch of 

processes, 17th cent. 

the seal of his new 

Psychosophic society, 1681. 1039, f. 
166. 

Becher (Sir Wi]liam), Clerk of 
Council. Relation of the success of the 
love of Henry IV. of France fo the 
Princess of Condë, 1655. 841. 
Becker (Abraham), Ministcr of the churclt 
af Emmerich. Autograph in album, 1669. 
1795 or 2597, f. 59. 
Becker (Balthasar). v. Bekker, 
Beckerus (Dr. -----). F. Gassman's 
Pantaleon unmasked, 17t cent. 3641, 

ff. 9-16. 
Becket 
bury. 
cent. 

(Thomas), Archbishop of Canter. 
Epistoloe ejus de suo exilio, 14th 
1777, ff. 1-48. 
Quoedam de ejus morte, 13th cent. 
3103, f. 114 b. 

Beekett (William), M.D., of Lolon. 
Letter to Sir H. Sloane, 171. 4045, 
f. 93. 

:Beekett (William), ]LD., of Abingdon. 
Letter to Sir H. Sloane, n.d. 4034, 
f. 215. 

Beekley (----). 
on him at his 
Tangier, 1671. 3511, f. 31. 
Beckmann ct. Becmann (----), 
S«periute,rdens Servastanus in Ducat, 
Anhaltino. Letters to, fi-om J. Dury, 
1632, 1633. Lat. Copies. 654, ff: 140, 
170 ; 1465, ff. 230-235. 

lnventory of prol,erty 
accidental death at 

Beekwith (Sir Leonard), Com»dssioner 
for settlbg the boundaries of Un.qland 
and Scotland. Instructions to, 15ôl. 
2442, f. 139 b. 

Becmann. v. Beckmann. 

Beda, the 

ICerabh'. Hymnus de ratione 
temporum, llth cent. 263, f. 20. 
- De duodecim mensibus, 1 lth cent. 
263, f. 20 b. 
Hymnus de anno et mensibus 
llth cent. 263, f. 21. 
- De natura rerum, 12th-13th cent. 
2030, ff. 1-9. 
De Sybillis, 15th cent. 156, ff. 
13 b-19b. 

0ratio e jus, 15th cent. 
104 b ; 2633, f. 90. 
• Prophecies, 17th cent. 
184 ; 1802, ff. 10 b- 14. 

2471, 

1008, f. 

Beddevole (Dominique), M.D. Letter 
to Sir H. Sloane, 1684. 3998, f. 34. 
Letter to, from P. Adair, 1692. 
4062, f. 244. 

:BedeLI (Wiiliam), Bishop of Kilmore and 
Ardagh. Correspondence with J. Dury, 

1633-1639. Lat. 
654, ff. 185, 192 ; 
Bedî'ord, Earl of. 
9ue off 

402, ff. 193, 195 ; 
1465, ff. 5-8. 
v. Russell (Fraucis). 
v. Russeil (Wriothesley). 



INDEX. 

47 

Bed/'ord (Arthur), Ch,pla5t fo l.'rede,'ic 
Iuis, l'rSwe qf li, oles. Letter to Sir 
Il. Sloane» 1737. 4055» f. 192. 

Bedford (Hilkiai0, X»ju,-btg 
Letter to M. Greene, 1714. 4065, f. 172. 

BeoEorde (John). Obit, 1510. 4, |: 104 b. 

Bedingfleld (Sir Francis), of lhngler. 

Letters to J. Luke, 1672. 
121, 135. 
Letter to, ri-oto J. 
Co., 1672. 3511, f. 94. 

af ter 
1672. 

3511, ff. 88, 

Mathews and 

Grant of a vessel to his daughters 
his decease, by Lord Middleton, 
Copy. 3513, f. 71. 

Bedmar, Marquis cie. v. La Cueva (C«rd. 
All,honso de). 

Beekhuysen (John). Account of a 
journey from Nagasaki fo Jeddo by D. 
" ff. 90-99. 
1669. Germ. 3061, 

Beere(Elizabeth). Collection of receipts, 
17th ceut. 248. 

Bees. Historia apum, 17th cent. /'n,./1. 
1989, ff'. 24 31. 
Beeston (J--), M.1)., o.f Bath. Letters 
to Sir tl. loane, 1726. 4034, ff: 219, 
221. 

Beeston (fb/. 57r William), 6o««r.or 
Ja»«&«. lIoroscope, 1636. ""-')--,-, f: 6 b. 

Beeston (Wiilia,u), M.D., of lptch.h. 
Letter fo J. Massey 17o5. 4064, t: 83. 

]3eger (Laurentius). Dissertation ,.,u 
Greek silver medais from his "'rhesaurus 
ex Thesauro. l'alatino selectus,' 18th 
cent. 3407, ff: 104-111. 

:Beguin (Jean). 

In ejus Tyrociaium 
Chimicum notoe D. J. Hartmanni, 17th 
cent. 1988, ff: 2-46. 
• Observationes ex ejus Chymia, 
17th cent. 311, ff. 274, 278, 27'J-294, 
375b-399, 521 b-524; 3119, ff. 319- 
325. 

Behemensis (Johaunes) De imtitutivne 
medici, 1506. 345, ff: 7-8. 

Behm (Michael), Consul of D«,tzic. 
Letter to J. H¢velius, 1667. Extract. 
3646, f. 90. 
Behr (Bernhardus). Letter to, from J. C. 
Fabricius 1680. Lat. 2144» L 141. 

Behrnauer(Gottlob), of Leipzig. Auto- 
graph in album, 1691. 2360, f. 22. 

Beil (Anna Magdalena von). 
P. Moritz, [1683]. (;e,'m. 
32-34. 

Letter to 
2702, ff. 

Beirman (Arnoidus Boot), of Ut,'echt. 
Letter to Sir H. 81oane, 1720. 1af. 
4034, f. 217. 
Bejarano (Ruiz), Oydor dc la Amliencla 
d. h«s ('h,,rcas. Pal)er relating fo the 
service of lndians in the mines of l'otosi, 
1606. Span. 3055, ff. 8-19. 
Bekker (Ba]thasar). Letter to, from 
H. Beverland, 1693. Lat. lmperf. 3963, 
ff: 10-19. 

Bekman (T--- 

necessaries for fortifying castles 
Tangier, circ. 1662. 2448, f. 21. 
Letter fo the Duke of York 
Tangier, 1662. 2448, f. 50. 

Bél (Matêj). 
738, 1739. 
ff: 280-287. 
Lettêrs 
738. Lat. 

Memoran,lutn of 
at 

O11 

Letters to Sir tt. Sloane, 
Lat. 4025, f. 43; 4026, 

to, from Sir Il. Sloane, 
4068, f. 351 ; 4069, t: 8. 

Belasyse, F«mib.l of. Pedigree aud arms, 
17th cent. 3836, f. 33. 

Belasyse (John), 1st Baron Behtsy,.c. 
Commissiou to, as Governor of York, to 
take prisage of wines in the North 
Riding, 164. 1519, f. 23. 
Permission t% fi'om Charles 1. fo 
remove ri'oto Oxford, 164ï. 1519, f. '26. 
- Correspondence and papers during 
his Governorhip of" " • 
Ïangei, 1665, 166;. 
1;qtL and Span. 1952 ; 1955, ff: 6 b-21 ; 
3299, tF. 8_s, 89, 91, It7; 3496; 3499; 
3509» ff. 80-129; 3513, fil 12, 13. 
Belasyse (Thomas), 2ud Viscount, after,,'. 
E«rl F«tcoeMrg. Report by, as Amba- 
sador to Italy, on various States of ltaly, 
16.ï. 2752, ff. 1-28. 
. -Letter to Lord Carlisle, [16s_lJ. 
7«4, f. 110. 

Belcher (Gilbert), Calgta& of th¢ 
" l;'yall." Order for delivery of a box 
in his eabin directed to J. Petiver, 1718. 
4065, f. 288. 

Belchier (John), Surgeon to (luy's 
llospitaL Letter to Sir II. Sloane, 1736. 
4055 f. 21. 

Belébat. 
lelébat. 

v. Roland (Jacques), Sieur de 

Beleemus. v. Balemin. 

Belgium. 

Collectanea de Belgii re 
litteraria, 18th cent. 2994, ff. 61-72. 
87-100. 

Speculum herbarum, etc., apud 
Belgas crescentimn, 1685. 3328, f. 200. 



48 

Belin (Albert), Abbé:. Adventurcs 
unknown Phi[osopher, 17th cent. 
49-60. 

of ail 
3641, 

Belinda." Letter thus signed fo Sir 
tl. Sloane, 1721. 4046, f. 173. 

Belinger (-----), M.D. 

Michael Ett- 
muller's Chymia Rationalis trauslated 
by, 18th cent. 355. 
l)e remediisvariis chymicis aliisque, 
17th cent. 488. 
Processus varii chymici et phar- 
maceutici, 17th cent. 504. 
 Collegium Chimicum, 1659. 476, 
ff. 51 b-lll b. 
Casus œegrotantium in Nosocomio 
Leydensi exscripti a, 1660, 1661. 490. 
Collegium in J. A. van der Lindeu 
meletemata medicinœe reportatum 
1663. 370. 
Cases and lectures attended by, 
at Le)den Hospital, I61-1662. 445. 
:Notes to F. de La Boe Sylvius' 
public lectures at Leyden, 1662-1664. 
458. 
Praxis medica in morbis l,articu- 
laribus, 1664--1666. 447. 
Notes fron Prof. Efle»'s medical 
lectures af Leyden, 1664. 452. 
Medical receipts, 17th cent. Engl., 
Ff., Lat.. and Dutch. 440. 
v. also Belli»gham (Samucl) prob- 
ably thc saine pers,m. 

Belitz (Georgius). 
1770, f. 148. 
Belitz (Maufitius). 
1770, f. 145. 
Belius (Matthias). 

I[orosco],e, 

Horoscope, 

v. Bél (Matêj). 

Bell (Richard). G,t,tfou,tder lo the Great 
Mogul. Account of his tmvels in the 
Mogul's country and his residence in the 
courts of the Emperors Shah Jehn and 
Auraugzib, 1654-1668. 8îgned. 811, 
ff. 2-17. 
Journal of his travels to Prester 
John's country, Persia, etc., 1667. BII, 
ff. 18 b-. 
Travels ri'oto Lisbon to Jerusalem 
and other places, 1669. 811 ff. 45 64. 

Bell (Richard), of godsbr;gg. 
against, for murder, 1681. 
Boll (Thomas). " Dictata 
gematis," 1672. 1249, ff. 1-60 b. 
Bell (Walter), qf the ifooke. Petition fo 
Lord Carlisle 1681. 2723 f. 67. 
,1661- Bollarmino (Roberto Francesco Romolo), 
Cardinal Archbishop of Capu r. Judicium 
«le libro quem Lutherani vocant Con- 
cordioe, 17th cent. Excerpts. 2871, 
ff: 27 30 b-39. 

1597. 

1591. 

Bell (.), Broth«r of thc Cha,'terho,,se. 
lloroscol»e bv Dr. F. Bernard, 1653- 
1658. 1 « 07 f. 33 b. " 

Bell ( ). Letter to I)r. s. Wail, 169. 
1731 A. f. 77. 

Bell (George), M.D. Letters to 
Sloane, 1730-1734. 4051, ff. 
268 ; 4053, ff. 80 138, 203. 

Sir H. 
5, 143, 

Bell (John), of the Nooke. Indictment 
.7.3, f. 67. 
for his murder 1681. o o 

Bell (John). Surgeon. 
his contributions to 
collection, 18th cent. 

Memorandum of 
Sir H. Sloane's 
4019, £ 48. 

Bell (Peter Colin). 
31S. 1323. 

Formerly owned 

Bell (Richard), Bdwp of Ca,'lisl« (1478- 
1495). Owned MSS. 281 ; 289. 

Iudictment 
2723, £ 67. 

de Strata- 

Bellasis (Col. John). 
Bellegarde, Duc de. 
de Thermes (Roger de). 
Bellegarde (S.t. Ferreol de), 
Colo»el de l'L'tat. Letter to 
Vloaue, 1716. Ff. 

v. Belasyse (John). 
v. Saint Lary et 

Sir tl. 
4044, f. 201. 

Bellen, Family of. Arms of, in Metting- 
haro College, 16th cent. 1301, f. 317 b. 

Bellers (Fettiplace), D,'amatt. Lettcr 
to Sir H. Sloane 1710. 4042, f. lt5. 

Bellers (John), Qual:er Philanth,'opit. 
Letter to Sir H. Sloane 1724. 4o47 
f. 208. 

Bellire (Claude de la), Sieur de La 
2Violle. v. La Bellière. 

Bellîug (8b" Henry). 
Falk land, 162:, 162-. 

Letters to Lord 
3827, f. 39, 60. 

Bellingham, Famibj of. Pedigree, 17th 
cent. 1429 f. 44 b. 

Bellingham (Daniel), Golds,dth, of 
Dublin. Certificati of the Corporation 
of Dublin of his losses by piracy 1652. 
1008, f. 181. 

Bellingham (Elizabeth), d, au. of D,'. 
8,m. Bdlingham. Lines on the Fifth of 
November late 17th cent. 645 f. 31 b. 
Bellingham (Samuel), M.D. Corre- 
spondence and papers conc. chymical 
medicines, secrets etc« lth cent. 647. 
Shorthand notes ofmedical lectures 
1659, 1660. 609, ff: 19-30 b. 



INDKX. 4 

Bollingham (.amuel), M.D. 
Chemical reeeipts written chiefly in 
shorthaud, 17th cent. 729. 
Dictata c|iuica J..%. van der Linden 
uotata a, cire. 1663. 606. 
- Medioa| cases and observations, 
chiefly made af Embden, 1679. 630, 
ff. 158-168. 
- Medicai and chemica! receipts col- 
lected at Amsterdam and Bremen, 17th 
cent. 633, ff. 148-218. 
Chemicai, medical and other col- 
lections relating to the arts rnade at 
Bremen, late 17th cent. 642. 
Collection of receii,ts, chemical, 
medical and eurgical, ruade at Bremen 
and Hamburg, late 17th cent. EL and 
Lat. 645. 
- - - E,tracts from S. Bou]ton's 

Beltono (Johannes de), 
perimentum magicum 
vocatum, 15th cent. 
f. 106b. 

Ma4it#r. Ex- 
« Flos flormn" 
Lnper/. 314, 

Bomde (John). Letter to, from A. Hill, 
708. 2902, f. 50. 
Bempde (Temperance), nwther of Lady 
Annandale. Letters to Sir H. Sloane, 
723. 4t34, ff. 223, 225. 

|3en Adam. Vision of, by F. à Bethabor, 
17th cent. 3724, ff. 91-93 b. 

Bence (Ahxander), Admiralt9 and Cinq,te 
_Ports Commissioner. Instructions to 
Admiral W. Penn, 1648. 1709» f. 55-62. 

Bendall (Ephraim). Letter to J. Hart- 
man, 168½. 647, f. 73. 

dicina magiea tamen physica," and from 
R. Hooke's " Micrographia," late 17th 
cent. 643. 
_ _. «,Notoe in J. 8chroeterum," conc. ------ Versus de vanîtate 
the chemical treatment of minerai% late cent. 158-t f. 13 b. 

lTth cent. Lat. 644. 
 Formu|oe remediorum plurimoe pro 
variis morbi% late 17th cent. 604. 
Miscellaneous medical and chemical 
rcceipt% latc 17th cent. IçmjL and Lat. 
605. 

--------Secreta medica, 17th cent. 3969, 
ff. 44--54. 
l, etter to lais son Samuel, 1666. 
629, ff. o 
Catalogues of medical, theological 
and other books belonging fo, 1664- 
1675. 647 ff. 17-38. 
Wrote MSS. 607-609, 6t9, 64,3. 
v. also Belinger (-----), probably 
thc sa,ne person. 
BeHini (Lorenzo), Dottore. Poesie 
Toscane per, aih Marchesa Strozzi, 17th 
cent. 2756, ff. 128-150. 
Bellomonte. t,. Beaumont. 
Bellonius (Petrus). v. Belon (Pierre). 
Bellot (Jacques), of St. Vaa,t. French 
grammar, 16th cent. 3316. 
Boll8 (-----), of Taru3ier. Note of credit 
allowed Ey, to Capt. Liddell, 1671. 
3511, 6 55 b. 
Belluccius (Thomas). Pisaui horti 
plantm variores ab eo editœe, 18th cent. 
3340, f. 272. 
Bolon (Pierre). De neghcta stirpium cul- 
tura, 17th cent. Extract. 1845, f. 164. 
. Observationes, 17th cent. 
tracts. 3119, ff. 348-351. 

Benedetti (Giacopone de'), da Todi. 
"Stabat Mater," hynmus, 16th cent. 
2419 ff. 18 b-21 ; 2692 f. 89; 2748, 
f. 129b. 

mundi, 15th 

Benedictis (Benedictus de), Medics 
Senor l'at,vinus. Consilia mediea, 17th 
cent. 2253, ff. 70-73, 260. 

Benedictis (Jacobus de). 
(Giacopone de'), àa Todi. 

v. Benedctti 

Benedictus, Monachus Roffesis. Liber 
de consuetudinibus Ecclesioe Roffensis, 
16th cent. Excerpts. 1301, f. 387 b. 
Benedictus, Philoseph«s. Gemma salu- 
taris, 15th cent. 1118 ff. 84-87. 
-- - Theriaca divina, 1599. 1857. 
Benedictus (Alexander). Observatio 
ou the gout, etc., 17th cent. 162 f.62. 
Benedictus, de Canj'eld [William Fitch]. 
The rule of perfection» 165. 601. 
Benefiold (Sebastian), D.D., Rector of 
Mcyscy-Itampton. Notes on Amos v. 
4-22 17th cent. 1199. 
Letter to S. BUl.tOn on revising 
the preface fo his Sermon% 162L 1199, 
£ 87. 
Beneso (Richard), Canon of" t. lartin's, 
b:l on" [Merton Priory, co. Surr.]. 
Book of measuring land, 1577. Extracts. 
1478» ff. 2-7. 
Benet (Matthew). Receipt for valuab|es 
entrusted to him by Dr. Colston 1659. 
118 f. 6. 
Benet (Sir Thomas). v. Benuet. 
Benett (T--). Former|y owned MS. 3424. 
Bengough (Henry). Formerly owned 
MS. 3925. 

SLOANE INDEX. 



5O 

INDEX. 

Bening (Johauues). El,igramma in l,raise 
of Sir I). tlasteville's "Sl,eculum Medico- 
chymicum," 17th cent. Lat. 439, 
t:gb. 
Bennet Ot,'s.--.), of Cornwall. Letter 
to her son-in-law, Capt. Upcott, 1684. 
Copy. 3822, L 169 b. 
Bonnet (Charles), son of 81r John Bonnet, 
]LP. Pass for, from the London 31ilitia 
Commissioners» 1659. 118, f. 1. 
Bonnet (Charles), Lord Ossulslone, 
aftcrw. 2nd Earl of Tankerville. Letters 
to Sir H. Sloane, [1722],and n.d. 405, 

f. 319; 4076» L 191. 
Bennet (Christopher). 
rum vestibulum, 17th 
2326, ff: 63 b-69. 

'Fheatri Tabido- 
cent. Excerpts. 

Bonnet (Grace), t,'/fc of Si»wh Ben,et of 
Beachampton, co. Bcks. Medical pre- 
scription for, by Dr. J. Metford, 1655. 
Lat. 2812, f. 50. 
:Bennet (Guillieimus). Annotamcnta in 
Aristotelis libros de naturali ausculta- 
t ione, de cel% et de generatione.et interitu, 
1618-1619. 2018, ff: 2-182. 
De providentia Dei, 1618-1619. 
2018, ff. 185-206. 
Bennet (Henry), Earl of Arlim3ton. 
Warrant for grant to, when Keeper of 
the Privy purse, of the reversîon of lands 
in Ireland granted to Sir T. Dempsye 
and his heirs temp. Chas. Il. 856, f. 42. 
- Councii minute of the appointment 
of, as Secretary of State,1662. 856, f. 45b. 
Letter to Lord Belasyse, 166}. 
3299, f. 97. 
Letter to, from J. Luke» 1664. 
3509, f. 66 b. 
Letter to, from Lord 3iiddleton, 
1673. 3511, f. 218. 
Bonnet, al. Benet (8i,- Thomas), I[astcr 
in Ch«ncery. Letter to Dr. Colston, 1642. 
118» f. 25. 
Bonnet (Timothy), Phydcian, of 
mouth, co. Norf. Letters relative to 
inoculation for the small pox to Dr. Jurin 
and Dr. Scheuchzer, 1729. 406, B. ff. 
27, 34. 
Bennett (Sir Humphrey), Dep. Lieut. 
of c.o. So«thants. Warrant to search 
Coicott House in Yateley parish for 
arms, 1663. 813, f. 67. 
Bennett (3lary), wife of the )2et,. B'ill. 
Bemwtt, of 5'aloi). Letter to ber cousin» 
J. Pet!ver, 1704. 4064, f. 21. 
Bennett (Nicholas). 0wned» in 1646» 
3IS. 73.. 

Bennett (Robert), M.P. fo»" Launccston 
or E. awt W. L¢mv, co. Cornw., in 1654. 
Autograph signature, n.d. 645, f. 46. 

Bennett (Sampson), of Fal»wuth. Letter 
to Sir H. Sloaue, 173. 4054, f. 197. 
Bennett (Rev. Wiiliam), of S(dop. Let- 
tors to his cousin J. Petiver, with drafts 
of answers» 1704. 4064, ff. 6, 12, 18. 
Bennettus (Christophorus). v. Bonnet 
(Christopher). 
Bennis (George), of 1)u)lin. Letter fo 
Sir H. Sloane, 1698. 4037, f. 129. 
Bentham (Joseph), of Stevenage. Letter 
to J. Petiver, 1707. 4065, f. 86. 
Letters to Sir H. Sloane, 1707-1710. 
4077, ff. 64-66 74» 77-79 82, 83. 
Bentham (P--), u.ife of Jos. Bcntlam of 
Stecewge. Letters fo J. Petiver, 1706 
1709. 4077, ff. 75, 80, 87. 
Bentin (H--de), of Coperthagen. Letter 
to Sîr H. Sloane, 1727. Fr. 4049, f. 10. 

Bentinck (Hans William), 1st Earl of 
_Portland. Objections to the grant to, 
of lands in co. Denbigh, 1695. 3962, 
f. 53. 

Bentinck (Margaret Cavendish), wife of 
WtTliam, 2mt Duke of Portland. Letters 
to Sir H. Sloane, 174., and n.d. 4057, 
ff. 108, 315-325 b ; 4058, ff. 1-4 b ; 
4076, ff. 252-255. 
Bentinck (Wi]liam), 2nd Duke of Port- 
land. Letters to Sir H. Sloane, 1741, 
and n.d. 4057, f. 53; 4058, f. 5. 
Bentivoglio, of Bologna, F«mily of. 
Arms of, 15th cent. 2377» f. 1. 
Bentley (Richard), D.D., Master of 
Trinitg Cllege, Cambri&je. Letter to 
Sir H. .loane, 1728. 4049, f. 179. 
Letter to, from Six" E. Sherburne, 
n.d. 836, f. 83 b. 
Bentloy (William), P, qnter. Petition 
to Parliament for his printing the Bible, 
[1656.] 1378, f. 180. 
Benzelius (Erik), the Elder, succ.essiv¢ly 
]3ishop of Strengmiis and Archbishop of 
UpsaL Letters to J. Petiver, ]:r, 1700. 
Lat. and Engl. 3321» ff. 27» 34 43. 
Be:nzelius (Erik), the Younger, Bishop of 
G6theborg and Linc6ping, and Archbishop 
of Upsal. Annotationes in specimen 
Gothicoe versionis ex codice Upsalensi» 
17th cent. Hologr. 4022, ff. 58-64. 
Letters to Sir H. Sloane, 1725- 
1738. Lat. and Ejl. 3984, f. 207; 
4048, ff. 33, 69 ; 4051, ff. 38» 257 ; 4053, 
f. 373 ; 4054, f. 252; 4055 f. 322. 



INDEX. 

51 

Bênzoiua (Ërik), the } ounger, Bishop 
of G#tlwbca':/ and Linc'rqj, and Arc]t- 
bishop of U'ps d (continued). Letter to 
Dr. J. Jurin» 1.724. .Lat. Copy. 4065, 
f. 324,. 
- . Letters fo, ff-oto Sir H. 81oane» 
1730-1738, and n.d. 4068, ff. 167,273» 
309, 353; ,t069, f. 1 

Benzon (Nicolaus), SLD., of 
Diarium Medicum, 1671-1674. 
:- . Collectanea medica, 1671. 

Padua. 
3017. 
3020. 

Bera (Giovanni). Capitoli a, di A. F. 
Grazini, 17th cent. 1880, ff. 73 b-76. 

Berard (L--), Servent to Zo,'d Derby. 
l,etter to Sir ll. Sloane, 1702. 4039. 

£15. 

Beresford (John). Owned, in the 17th 
cent., MS. 974. 
Bergen (Sebastianus ), Reipl,c llam- 
burgensis Proconsul. Eogium ejus 
funebre, 1634. 2888, L 6. 
Epistola ad J. Vagetium» 1610. 
2882, f. 50 b. 
- Epistoke ad, a D. l_',audio, 1605- 
1608. 2882, ff. 51-53. 
Borgen (Gabriei). Letters to G. Schroed- 
ter, 1696-1698. Fr. and Germ. 2877, 
ff. 93» 105, 120, 133. 
:Berger (Paulus). Letter to G. Schroed- 
ter, 16.,2. Ff. and Germ. 2877, f. 39. 
Berghe, F«mily of. Autographs of» 
1579-1582. 851. 

Beraud (Pierre). Observations on his 
« Le grand esclaircissement de la pierre 
I,hiloophale," 17th cent. 373_, f. 80 b. 

Berch (Carl 
b'tockholm. 
1734 17313. 
f. 290. 
. Letters fo, from Sir H. Sloan% 
737. Fo. 4068 ff. 266, 310. 

Reinhold), A%nismatlst, of 
Letters to Sit" Il. Sloane, 
Ff. 4053 f. 306 ; 4054, 

1735, 

Berckel (Abraham van), of Zojden. 
Letter fo Dr. T. Browne, 1665. Lat. 
4O62. f. 162. 

Bercley (,Sir John). v. Berkeley (John), 
lt Baron Berkele# of 

Account of large stones 
mare's intestines, 173.. 

Bore (Charhs). 
found i, a 
4066, f. 10 I. 
Bore (George). Letter 
1717. 4045» f. 5. 
Bore (James). "The 

to Sir Il. ,'31oane, 

booke of Sownd- 
mages, 17th cent. oonq..,, ff: 256-270. 
Bere (Richard), Gentlcman of thc llorc 
fo Lord Carlislc, afterw. Collcctor of 
Customs af C«rlish: Diary, 16'3-1704. 
5oan. 2727. 
-- Petition to the Admiralty for pay- 
ment for his serrices, 1681. 2723, f. 28. 
-- - Letters to, from R. Armitage, Sir 
T. Modyford, W. Lyley, and G. 5tory 
167-1683. 2723, ff. 29-33, 126. 
-  Letter t% from J. Byndlos 168-. 
.,24 f. 7. 

Bergius( ). Collegiumosteologicum 
et anatomicum in Hornii Microcosmum, 
1707. 2969, ff. 205-2:J2. 
Bergius (Conrad). Letter of, "[te authore 
Templi," 17th cent. Let. Extract. 648, 
f. 36. 
Epistolaad, a . Dury, 1634. 65h 
f. 15,. 
Bergius (Joannes)» Ecclei«ses 
Brandebmyi. Epistoloe ad a J. Dury» 
1631-1634. 654 ff. 142» 143, 145 149. 
Beriughen (------), Madame. Collection 
and 

of receipts 17th cent. lt«l. 
O t O 
. )4., f. 21, et passbn. 
Beringhen (----. de), Madame. 

Berinton (Waltcr de). Obit, in 
dar, on 20 May, 1304 [1404]. 
llb. 

Sonnet 
ì la mémoire de, par J. O. de Gombauld, 
17th cent. 895, f. 59. 
Berington (P--), of &dol». Letter to 
ir H. 81oane, n.d. 4077, f. 3J,0. 
Beringuecius (Paris), M.D., J(tnitanui. 
Consilium medicum l,ro C. 31oreschin% 
1617. 3133 ff. 395-3'.*7. 
Kaleu- 
1110, f. 

Beris (Giovanai FiIil,l,O), Ma,.tgio,.dhto,,t, 
dal çoette. l"albd. Consilium me, licum 
pro» 17th cent. 2253, ff: 25t-256. 

Berkeley, of St,'atton, Barons. 
in the fimaily of» 17th cent. 
80-95. 

Receil,tS 
129, ff: 

Berkeley (John), 1st B,'on Berkeley, of 
Stratton. Treatise Government» 
Bere(Siduey). Letter t% from J. Bradley t¢mp. Chas. II. on 
3828, ff. 81-91. 
167. 2723, f. 34. - Oder  to Gon. Goring fo tbrm a 
ere (William), Rector of lckvn.ham, co. j.unction with his troops, 164. 151'3, 
Middl. Lettêr to, from Sit" R. Vyner, |. 55. 
1683. 2717, f. 43. 
- -- Warrant for his appointment as a 
eren8tadt(Gaetano). Owned, in 1717, privy councillor irIre]and, 1662. 85;, 
315. 2759» A. B. an,l» in 1718,518. 2757. f. 41 b. 



52 

INDEX. 

Berkeley (John), 3rd Baron Bcrkele!1, of 
8tratton. Aecount of his bolnbardment 
of St. 3Ialo, 1695. 3065, f. 64. 
Berkeley (Sir Richard). Appointment 
as Lîeuteuant of the Tower, 1596. Copy. 
33, f. 14 b. 
Berkeley (57r Robert), Jst;ce of tlw 
l(igj's Belh. Argument on Hampden's 
case of shipmoney, 1637. 3933, ff: 
193-207. 

Berkshire, Earl of. v. Howard 
(Thomas). 
Bermingham (Michael), M.D., of Paris. 
Accont of examination of the body of 
the Duchess of Kingston 1728. 4076 
f. 343. 
Letter to Sir H. loane, 1738. 
4055 f. 341. 
Bemudas, al. Sommer Isles. His- 
tory of, by Governor Butler, 1609-1622. 
750. 
Papers relating to, 1698-1699. 
'2902, ff. 102, 104. 
Bernard, Bishop of A'erers. El,istoloe ad, 
ab Alexandro III., Papa, 14th cent. 1777, 
il: 40 b, 42 b» 46, 47 b. 
Bernard, A[onk er Bermondsey. AI- 
chemical secret writteu in 1470 by, 
17th cent. Col»g. 3644, f. 61. 

Bernard, S. v. Bernardus, 5'ylvcstcr. 

Bernard, S., Abbat of (.'l«i,'vaux. 

Medi- 
tationes 14th cent. 1613, ff: 2-14; 
1934, ff. 1-20; 2275 ri: 198 b-205. 
Speculum de conscientia 14th 
cent. 3551, ff. 123-136. 
Speculum humanoe salvationis, 
14th cent. 346 ; 3429; ô451 ;--15th 
cent. 361, ff: 1-50. 
,peculum peccatoris, 14{h cent. 
2275, ff. 191-19& 
Speculum peccatorum, 15th cent. 
988, ff. 1-13 b ; 1939, ff. 82-97. 
Jubilus, 15th cent. 361, f. 118 b. 
• . Epistola ad Eugenium III., 12th 
cent. 3103 f. 121b. 
- Parabola de rege nobili et filiabus 
ejus 15th cent. 683, f. 43 b. 
Versus» 15th cent. 2692, f. 94 b ; 
--16th cent. 2419, ri: 112 b-l14. 

72b. 

107. 

Sententioe 14th cent. 3551 f. 

Quoedatn de, 17th cent. 2764, f. 

Bernard, 1.bmily of. Prosapia Bernardi 
ex uitima visitatione Esexiœe, 1662. 
1786 f. 175. 

Bernard (Charles), &'je ,nf Surgeon fo 
Ou. Anw. Sativities of eminent per- 
sons, tcmpp. Jas. I. and Chas. I, 17th 
cent. 164. 
Catalogues of his books, 1676. 
L,t. 1694; 1770 ff. 212-245. 
Letter to -- Colbatch, n. d. 
1783 f. . 
Letters to Sir H. Sloane, 16« 
and n.d. 4036» f. 78; 4058 £ 7. 
Letters t% from J. Powell, 1700- 
170l. 

1786, ff. 130, 132, 139-14'*. 
Letter to, fi'om J. Smith, 17o5. 

17s6, f. 134. 
Letter to, from C. Eatton, 
1786, f. 136. 
-- - Letter t, ri'oto M. Prior, n. d. 
1786, f. 137. 
Letters to, from W. Mills, ,« d. 

17s3, f. 83 ; 17 6, f. 151. 
Letter to, fl'om E. 
178;, f. 155. 
Letter t« b from J. 
l 786 f. 155. 

Powell, 1700. 

Couxcy, 1700. 

Letter t,,, front G. Evelyn, n. d. 
176, f. 162. 
Fonncrly owued lS. 3550. 
Bernard (Charles), Apl»'e,ttice fo .I. 
I'«th'e,'. Letters to his master 1711. 
4064, I1: 267, 268. 

Bernard 
fess,,r of Ast,'onomy at Oxfo,'d. 
logue of his books, purchased 
Bodleian Library, 1697. 825. 
Formerly owned MS. 773. 

(Edward), D.D., S«rilian 1 ,'o- 
Cata- 
for the 

Bernard (Francis), 3LD., Physici, m 
James II., ad to St. lartlwkmw.w.'s 
l[osl,it«L liscellaneous papers, 17th 
cent. 1515 ; 3858. 
Collections for the hi:tory 
primitive Christianity, 17th cent. Autogr. 
1706, ff. 6-26. 
Sativities of principal eminent 
person% tempp. Jas. I. and Choe«. I., 17th 
cent. 1683. 
&hemes of nativities 17th cent. 
1707. 
Diarium astrologico-medicum, 1688, 

1693, 1695 1697. 
-- Institutiones 
493. 

1805. 

91, ff. 13-100 b. 
medicinœe 17th cent. 

Medical receipt book 17th cent. 

Royal letter to the Governor (,f 

St. Bartholoew's hospital commenda- 
tory of him t o be apothecary, lemp. 
Chas. Il. 856, f. 35 b. 



INDEX. 

Bernard (Francis), JL D., 

Ph!tslclaa fo 
Jaaurs IL, and to St. I3«rtholometr's 
l[ospital (cont;nued). Preseriptions for 
St. Bartholomew's Hoapital, 1679-1683. 
2290. 
- Memorandum book of his library, 
17th cent. 502. 
Alphabetical index to his cata- 
logue of books, 17th cent. 1058. 
-Journal of his state of health, 
169-1692. llologr. 1782, ff. 83-86 b. 
- Adversaria quœedam, 1697. 91, ff. 
2 b-lO. 

- Note on the authorship of a tract 
"Of the art of Printing," 17th cetat. 
772, f. 1 b. 

l.etters to Sir It. Sloane, 1694- 
169 and n.d. 4036, ff. 167, 169, 190, 
262, 320; 4037, f. 10; 405, f. 9. 
-- Owned MSS. 247 ; 282-284 ; 323 ; 
324 ; 327 ; 328 ; 330-336 ; 338; 340- 
345; 347; 351; 352; 354; 35; 366; 
368; 374; 376; 377; 382; 4#7; 430; 
441 ; 443 ; 459 ; 471-473 ; 475 ; 477- 
410 ; 502 ; 509-512 ; 520 ; 524 ; 569 ; 
1053 ; 3888. 

Bernardus, 

Treris¢ nus, Conte ticAla 
.l[arot d, Treciso (¢o,dh, ued). Bks. III., 
o-1.4. 
IV., 17th cent. 1744, ff: 96 b, 11" "' 

28. 

Bk. IV., 17th cent. 3641, ff. 24- 

• Responsio ad Thomam de Bononia 
l,ulveris philosophici compositione, 
3422, 

de 
16th cent. 2006, ff. 4-50;--Fr. 
ff. 2-21 ; 3632, ff. 10-27. 
Parole delaissée, 17th cent. 
3641, ff:. 35-48 ; 3771. 
- - Alchemicnl 
3636. ff. 131-134. 
De ehemico 

treatise, 17th cent. 

miraculo, pal'tes I. et 

III., 17th cent. EngL 3689, ff: 16-31. 
• Ovum Philosophorum 17th cent. 
- l.etter to Cal»t. ----, 1692. 4062, EnjL 3637, tt: 119-135. ' 
f. 28. 
Opus et practica in album, 14th 
cent. 323, ff. 169 b-172 b. 
Observationes in» 17th cent. 693» 

Bernard (Isau), Apotheca,'y, of Fenclurch 
Street, Lond,m. Letter to Sir H. Sloane, 
a.d. /5-. 4058, f. 11. 
Bernard (Nathanael). Schemes of his 
sons' nativities, 1640 1642. 1707» ff. 
16 b 19 b. 
Bernard (Rachel). Note of her birth, 
1666. 170 f. 107. 
:13ernrd (Samuel), Clerk. Medical re- 
ceipts and rules for diet, 17th cent. 
520, ff. 1-29. 
Receipts for money paid bjr, 1634- 
1637. 520, ff. 23 b-25. 
Catalogue of his Library, with the 
lriees, c/rc. 1637. 520, ff. 30-82. 
:I3ernard î Salgeia (Catalina), of 
Granada. Letter to R. de Vera, 1676. 
Span. 1087, f. 92. 
Bernardus, Sylçester. Megacosmus et 
microcosmus, 13th cent. 2477. 
Experimentarius, 14th cent. 2472. 
Epistola a,l Raimunduln dominum 
castri Ambrosii, de modo rei familiaris 
utilius gubernandoe 151h cent. 217, 
f. 109b. 

f. 47. 
- Alchemica 
3737, ff'. 93-95. 
Berner (Abel). 
l,her's stone, 17th cent. 
52. 

Bernardus, Trevis«nus, Conte dell« 
.ho'ca di Treviso. De lapide philo- 
sophorum 16th cent. 299, ff. 10 b-19; 
--17th cent. 3117, ff. 2-84; 3630, 
ff. 75-86;--1601. 3721 ff. 2-47. 

quoedan e, 17th cent. 

Letter to, on the Philo- 
3697, ff. 43 b- 

Berners (Josiah), Commissioner fo!" re- 
moving obstructions. Autograph sgna- 
ture circ. 1654. 645, f. 46. 

Berners (Willi:un), Comm;ssioner fo 
Calais. Instructions to, 1552. 2442, 
ff: 24-26. 

Bernoulli (Jacques), Prof «ssor of M, the. 
matics af Basel. Dissertatio de gravi- 
tate oetheris 1683. Lat. l:xtract. 
123 f. 14. 
Beroaldus (Matthoeus). Animadver- 
sions on his Chronicle, by H. Broughton 
18th cent. 3088, fl: 161-164. 

Berooldt (Gottlob), Stu:I«nt of medichw 
,t Leipziy. Autograph in album, 1693. 
2360 f. 43. 

Berrow (Henry), of Bhmh«m, co. I:,edf. 
Letter to Sir H. Sloan% 173. 4053, 
f. 127. 

Berryer (Louis). Méditations à l'usage 
du Conçent de "" • - 
olc), 1677. 233. 

Bertapallia 
Surgery at 
3863. 

(Leonardus de), Reader ht 
l',Jan. Cyrurgia, 1421. 

Bertie (Arme), 1st wi.fe qf Mont«g,«, 2ul 
E,,'I of Abingdon. l.etters to Sir H. 
Sloane, a.d. 4058 f. 13; 4078, 1: 273. 

Bertie (Charles), 5th son of Monto.t,t, 
2n,l Eari of Lindsey. Letter to Sir 11. 
Sloane, 171ï. 4077, f. 84. 



54 

INDEX. 

Bertie (Mary), 3rd dmhter of l'eregrinc, 
21 son of Mont«.qu, 2nd Earl of Lindsey. 
Letter to Sir ll. Sloane, n.d. 4077, 
f. 86. 

Bertie (Mary), d«ughter of James, 
Earl of Abingdon. Medical case, n. d. 
4078» f. 292. 

Bertie (Montagu), 2nd E«rl of Ab5.qdon. 
Letters fo Sir H. Sloane, 171. 4078, 
ff. 270, 271. 

Bertie (Peregrine), 2d son of 
3rd E, rl of Lindsey. Letter to 
Sloane, n.à. 4058, f. 14. 

Robert, 
Sir H. 

Bertie (Robert), 1st Earl of Lindsey. 
Resolutions of the council of war ap- 
pointed by, before Rochelle, 1628. 826, 
f. 131. 

Bertie (Robert). Letter to his nephew, 
1647. Copy. 1454, f. 19. 

:Bertinus (Georgius). Loci communes 
de re medica ex ejus "medicina libris 
viginti methodice absoluta," 17th cent. 
588. 
Collectanea de alimentis et sanitate 
tuenda ex, 17th cent. 662, ff. 120-133. 

Bertramus, M;onachus Corbiensis. 
Ratramnus, Monachus Corbiensis. 

:Berty (Theodorus). Carmen in discessum 
Hîspanorum e Belgia, 17th cent. 2764, 
f. 101. 

Berus (Ludovicus). v. Bahr (Ludwig). 

Berwick - on- Tweed. Account of 
affairs at, 1648. 1519, f. 180. 

Beseley (Richard), Professor of Medicine 
end Theology. Formerly owned MS. 248. 

Besoldus (Christophorus). Synopsis in- 
stitutionum Justiniani, 1652. 1361 ff. 
224--233. 

Bessarion (Joannes), Cardinalis Tus- 
culanus Episcopus. Oratio N. Sanutoe 
apud eum, Bononioe legatum, ut mulieri- 
bus ornamenta restituantur, 15th cent. 
2377. 

Bestiaries. Bestiarium, 
3544. 
v. Thaun (Philippe de). 

14th cent. 

Bestman (John), Pr;or of tloly Tr5ffty, 
pewich. Presentation of two monks to 
the Bishop of Norwich for admission to 
the Subdiaconate, 1453. Lat. 1609, 
f. 57 b. 

Beswickle (John), Vice-Consul af Tripoli, 
.A.frica. Letter to Sir H. Sloane, 173]. 
402, f. 290. 

Betanços (Domiugo 
Friar. Lire, 17th cent. 
25 b. 

de), Dombican 
1470, ff. 22 b-- 

Bethabor (Floretus 
Adam, 17th cent. 
3724» f. 91. 

à). Vision of Ben 
2194, ff. 24- 28 

:Bethell (Hugh). Letter to Sir 
Sloane, n.d. 4034, f. 231. 

Bethell (Slingesby), Merchant. Warrant 
for payment to, 1651. 1519, f. 152. 

Bethune. v. Beaton. 

Betoun (David). v. Beaton. 

Bette (Guillermo de), Marques de Zed«. 
Memorial to O. Cromwel], 1655. Erujl. 
and S]gan. 3083, ff. 8 b-10 b, 18-21. 

Bettinone (----). Medical receipt, 
18th cent. Ital. 3000, f. 15. 

Betrisden (Thomas), M.D. On human 
diseases, 15th cent. l"mperf. 96.5, 
146-154; 3449, ff. 1-5; 3486, ff. 86- 
149. 

Bettesworth (John), L L.D., Dean of 
the Arches. Verses to, on the recovery 
of his brother in law, the Bishop of 
London, by J. Harris, 18th cent. 3516, 
f. 185. 

Bettws Gamon, co. C«rnarv. Cita. 
tion of parishioners of, touching the use 
of a "sedile," 157.î. 1605, f. 1 b. 
Beucholt (Gerhard). Autograph in 
album, 1669. 1795 or 2597, f. 69. 
Beumount (Ancellmus). v. Beaumont. 
Beunîngen (Coenraad van). Letter to, 
on English government, ri'oto Lord 
Holles, 1676. 3828, ff. 211-216. 
Bevan (Jacob), JIidshipman. Journal 
kept by, on board the New London, 1678. 
863. 
Journals kept by, on board the 
ships Francis, Phenix, Bristol, and Wil- 
liamson, 1684-1686. 854, ff. 64- 133 ; 
855, ff. 1-31. 
-------- MS. 854 was given to, by---- 
Peremen. 
:13everlndus (Adrianus). Recreatîones 
Venusinoe, 17th cent. 1985 f. 98. 
Notes on the Scriptural account 
of the creation and fall, 18th cent. Lat. 
Impef. Autogr. 3395, ff. 19-32 b. 

cent. 

1985 ; 

Testamentum, 1703. 1985, £ 27. 
Catalogue of his pictures, 17th 
Lat. 1985» ff. 1-6. 
Letters and papers, 1684-1704. 
3963. 



INDEX. 55 

Papers and letters relating to his curiosi- 
ties, 18th cent. Lat., Fr. and Engl. 
3395 ff. 1-18. 
- - Letter to Sir H. Sloane, with draft 
of answer, 1710. 4042, f. 168. 
]3everley (James), of Tamfier. Letter 
to, from J. Luke, circ. 1664. 3509, f. 63. 

]everlandus (Adrianus) (continucd). Bibles (co,dimwd). Extractum e lib. 
Regum, xL et xii., early 13th cent. 
1772, f. 14. 

Beverley (John), Cttaln, af Tangier. 
Cash account sent by, to Col. H. Norwood, 
1667. 3509, f. 226. 
. Receipt of, for redeemed English 
captives, 1672. 3511, f. 162. 
Deposition of, in Major Fairborne's 

Sir H. 
L 310 ; 

v. Beverwyck 

case, 1674. 3514, f. 240. 
]everley (T--). Letters to 
Sloane, 1697, 168. 4036, 
4037, f. 169. 
Beverovicius (Joannes). 
(Johan van). 

Beverwyck (Johan van). Epistolica 
qutestio de vitoe humanoe termino, 17th 
cent. Excerl,ts. 584, ff. 31-55 b. 
Bevilacqua (Ippolito). Observations 
on Countess C. Zangani's death sent to, 
by F. S. Maffei, ch'c. 1731. Ital. C 
4034, ff: 107-109. 
]evî8 (John), M.D., of Dev&es. Letter 
to Sir H. Sloane, r.d. 4034, f. 227. 
Bewshire (John), of Claverton. A book 
of chirurgery gathered 1594- 1602. 
242 A. 
• A great book of physic, 1594-1595. 
242, B. 
]eyer (Adrian). Catalogus Professorum 
Jenensium, 17th cent. ExceTts. 2888, 
ff: 117, 119, 124, 138. 
Beza (Theodorus). v. Bèze (Thdodore de). 
]3èze (Thdodore de). Letter fo Cam- 
bridge University concerning the Codex 
Bezoe, 1581. Lat. Copy. 3562, f. 70. 

Bézoar. Discours du Bézoart et des 
tromperies qu'on pratique avec cette 
pierre, late 17th cent. 1009, f. 284. 
Bibaud (-----), Madame. Formerly 
owned MS. 3048. 

Biber (Johann Peter), at Deroffer. Auto- 
graph in album 1668. 1795 or 2597, 
£61. 

Biblia sacra» versionis Vulgatoe, 
13th cent. 1521 ; 1932. 
Deuteron., XXVII. 10, XXXII..08, 
14th cent. 2171, ff. 49, 50. 
Fragmenta librorum Joshuoe, Judi- 
cure et Ruth 12th cent. 1044, ff. 76, 77. 

Xiibles. 

Job, 17th cent. Port«g. 935. 
Psalms, 1690. Portj. 936. 
Psalms, in shorthaud, 17th cent. 

3258, B. 

secundum Matthoeum 
cure glossis, cire. 

. Evangelium 
e versione vulgata, 
1230. 421, B. 

Lucam, 
430, f. 1. 

Evangelium secundum 
XXIIIo 55-XXlV. 7, 12th cent. 

Evangelium secundum Johannem, 
vII. 31-xlv. 9, cure commentario, 13th 
cent. Lat. 2527, f. 307-310 b. 
S. Pauli Epistoloe, subjuncta El,is- 
tola ad Laodicenses, 12th cent. 539. 
Fragmenta epistolarum S. Pauli 
cum commentario, 12th cent. 1044, 
ff: 50-53 b. 

• -S. Pauli epistoloe ad Titum et 
Philemona, 17th cent. Lot. and Arab. 
1796. 

COMMENTARIES. Glossoe et auno- 
tationes de variis S. Scripturoe locîs--de 
decem nominibus Dei apud Hebroeos--de 
nomiuibus Christi et Spiritus Sancti-- 
de nominibus angelorum, patriarcharum, 
prophetarum, apostolorum aliorumque 
ma Veteri et Novo Testamento, etc., 12th 
cent. 539, ff. 1 b-8. 

- Concordantiæ Biblioe, 13th cent. 
984. 

13th 
107. 

Commentaria in Scripturas Sacras, 
cent. 2478, ff. 76-81, 83 b-95, 

Nomina propria in Scripturis Sacris, 
13th cent. lmpe,'f. 1714, ff. 1-6 b. 
Breviarium metricum totius Bib- 
lioe, 14th cent. 2321, ff. 16 b-31. 
lInemonic verses on the books 
15th cent. Lat. 75, f. 186 b. 
Excerpta ex Sacris Scripturis 17th 
Gr. 1872, ff. 1-59. 
Specimina disquisitionum in textus 
3398. 

cent. 

biblicos, 17th cent. 

Account of Scripture characters, 
1638. Lat. and Engl. 1541, passhu. 
Commentaria et dicta Rabbinorum 
in S. Scripturas, ch'c. 1667. 1022, f. 45 
(reversed). 
Remarks on the numbers used in 
the Holy Scriptures, the Scril,ture 
chronology, etc., ch'c. 1667. 1022, ff: .",2- 
62 (reversed). 



56 

INDEX 

Bibles (co.tb=ucd). 

Summa eapita libro- 
rum historieorum in Bibliis, 17th cent. 
Impe:f. 638, ff. 100-107 b. 
Chronological tables ri-oto the flood 
to the death of Christ, late 17th cent. 
3242. 
Notes of ancient Scripture chrono- 
logy, 17th cent. 3867, f. 172 b. 

- Collectanea de, 18th cent. Lat. 
and Germ. 2886, ff. 123-180 b. 
Specimen commeutarii in loca 
Scripturoe Sacroe physica mathematica 
et medica, 18th cent. 2039, ff. 1-8 b. 
«Certain queries" on events 
recorded in the Hexateuch, 17th cent. 
290., ff. 154-164 b. 
Questions of the revelation of the 
divine Majesty in Genesis, chap. L, 17th 
cent. 848, f. 10 b. 
Commentaries on the Psalms, 17th 
cent. 1497. 
, Application by the Jesuits of 
Psalms L and . o the war of the 
Palatinate, 17th cent. 1199, f. 64 b. 
Paraphrasis of Psalms xLv. and 
LXXXlV., late 16th cent. Span. 796, 

ff\ 30, 34. 
Verses from 
2395 ff. 2-118. 

Proverbs, 17th 

Anonymi commentarius in 

tica Canticorum, 
ff. 9-34 b. 
Stanzas on 
16th cent. Slan. 

cent. 

Can- 
11th cent. 1122, 

Isaiah XXVIII. 8, late 
796, f. 36. 

Stanzas on Ezechiel L 4, late 16th 
cent. St)an. 796, f. 36 b. 
Concordantite Evangeliorum, 13th 
cent. 2478, ff. 95b-106. 
Specimen versionis Gothicœe Evan- 
geliorum ex codice Upsalensi, cum înter- 
pretatione Latina et annotationibus 
E. Benzelii, 17th cent. 4022, ff. 58-64. 
Vocabularia Græco-Latina in Novo 
Testamento, late 17th cent. 627. 
Numerical index to the New Testa- 
ment, 17th cent. 184-4, ff. 38-42 b. 

Bibles 

(continued). Expositio el,istolze 
S. Pauli ad Romanos, 17th cent. 1733, 
ff. 324-370 b. 
• Argumentum in epistolam ad 
Romanos secundum Jeronimum, 17th 
cent. 1317, ff. 147 b-151 b. 
Note on Romans L 16, 17th cent. 
901, f. 2. 
- . "Some exphmatory questions on 
every chapter of the book of Revelation," 
late 17th cent. 617, ff. 88-124b. 
• Prophecy of that which is past, 
present and to corne, Rev. xv. 1, histori- 
cally described in the seven last plagues, 
circ. 1640. 1004. 
,, BIBLIO6RAPIIY OF. History of ifs 
printing and various editions, 17th cent. 
1378, ff. 150-154, 173-177, 179 b. 
- - Proposais fo Parliament eoneerning 
the future printing of Bibles in English, 
[16593. 1435, f. 35. 
Account of the various translations 
and editions of the Bible ch'c. 1700. 
885, ff. 85-97 b. 
List of Protestant writers and 
commentators on ail the parts of the 
Bible, 17th cent. 972, f. 31. 
- Discourse in fayot of traaslating 
the Bible into the vernacular 17th cent. 
2572, ff. 135-139b. 
Chronology of, founded on the 
solar cycle, by H. Coley, 17th cent. 
2281, f. 61. 
v. Benefield (Sebastian). 
Bentley (William). 
Bonaventure, & 
Bourges (Yves de). 
Brito (Gulielmus). 
Broughton (Hugh). 
Cavelyn (W--). 
Du Jon (François). 
E-- (J--). 
Helt (Adolphus). 
Jerome, 8. 
Menardus, Monachus. 
Postel (Guillaume). 
Sandys (George). 
Scheuchzer (Jean Jacques), Son. 
W--. (P---r), Quacr (?). 

In Evangelium secundum Mat- Weale(John). 
thæum anotata e variis varia, 1656- Biblesworthe (Wauter de). French 
165. 834. Glossary with Eglish equivalents, cire. 
Significationes verborum Groecorum 1300. l'ellum roll. 809. 
la Evangelio S. :Matthoei -v., virc. 1667. 

1022, L 14. 
Annotationes verbales in Evange- 
lium secundum Lucam, 17th cent. 3991, 
ff. 1-40. 
• Verses on Divesand Lazarus, ]7th 
cent. 2332, f. I b. 

Glossary written for Dame D de 
Mountchesny, 15th cent. Er. verse. 
lmperf. 513, ff. 139 b--153 b. 

Bibliography. Catalogi et notoe in 
varios ]ibros, 17th cent. 2887, ff. 1l- 
68b. 



INDEX. 

57 

Bibliography (¢,t,'nwd). List of 
anonymous works with their probable 
authors, 17th cent. 30OE5, f. '2.2. 
v. Bagford (John). 
Bible. 
Dampier (William). 
Dur), (John). 
Morden (WilBam). 
Sherburne (,_qi," Eward). 
Bickerstaff (Isaac), Dramatist. Poem 
addressed to 5if H..loane, 18th cent. 
3516, f. 96. 
Bickerstaffe (Antony). Horoscope, 
1636-1652. 1778, f. 16. 
Bickley (r--). Letter to Sir H. Sloane, 
n.d. 4058, f. 16. 

Bignell (:--). 

f. lob. 

Ih, roscol,e , 1654. 

Jdr5me), nephew of 
Letter to Sir H. 
4057, f. 170. 
to, from Sir H. Sloane, 
4069, £ 246. 

Bignon (Armand 
L'Abbg Bigaon. 
Sloane 1743. 
-------- Letter 
[1743]. Fr. 

Big-non (Abbé Jean Paul), Lib,'a,'îa to 
Louis Xii Mmoire de la généralit 
de Caen, 1698. 3291. 
-: - Letters to Sir H. Sloaue, 1709- 
1741, and n. d. Ff. 3984, ff: 4, 
263, 268; 4041, ff. 323, 338; 4042, 
ff. 58, 71, 183 ; 4043, ff. 119, 193, 23% 
263, 316 ; 4044, ff: 27, 34, 27t ; 445, 
ff: 1 176; 4047, f. 249; 4048, f. 118; 

Bidermann (Henricus), M. D., of lftrccht. 4049, ff. 24, 35, 7 I, 95, 147 ; 4050, ff. 70, 
Letters to C Sibe]ius à Goor, 1679- 106, 210, 288; 4)51, ff. 46, 74, 176, 

1682. 
t]idloo 
[J. Petiver], 1701. Lat. 
- Letter to Sir H. 
Lat. 4040, f. 139. 
-- Letter to Dr. J. 
L,t. 4064, : 173. 

L,t. 2729, ff. 33-36, 57, 108. 
(Govard), of Leydeî. Letter to 
2,321, f. ï6. 
Sloane, 1706. 

Hutton, 1708. 

Letter to, ri'oto Sir H. Sloane, 
,. d. Lat. and En9l. 4069, ff: 106, 17. 
Biel (Gabriel). Serinons against the 
Pestîlence. transltlted 1665. 790. 

Bierley, North, lK/t., co. Yo«k. Sale 
of lands in, 1590. )'.ct. l,qerf. 339, f. 1. 
Biormann (Georg Ludwig Christian). 
0ath for the concealment of an al- 
chemical secret, 1684. Germ. 2702, 
f. 80. 

Biester (Joaehim), M.D., of H«ndmrg. 
Correspondence with Dr. S. Bellingham, 
1675-1680. 647, ff. 44-69 b. 

Biester (Matthias), Preacher or St. 
Katharine', llambuy. Correspondence 
with Dr. S. Bellingham, 1674, 1675. 
Lat. 645, f. 22; 647, f. 43. 

194, 270, 302; 4052, ff'. 83, 131, 155, 
295, 371 ; 453, 11: 1!8, 337, 353 ; 4055, 
f. 184; 4056, 11". 294, 331, 357; 4057. 
f. 19; 405., ff. 17-22 b. 
- Letters to l)r. J. G..cheuchzer, 

1728-1729. Fo. 1968, tt. 40; 
£ 69. 
-- Letters to, ri'oto ir Il. Sloane, 
170:-1741,_ an,1 n. d. 1"5'. ....q°" 

137, 180; 4068, ff. 52. 65, 71, 92, 133, 
144, 162 166, 169, 17 °«, 173 175, 180, 
o00 221 227, 236, 238, 
183, 18.% 197, -, , 
248, 249, 252, 259, 28s 333; 406 
ff. 6O, 69, 108-138 b. 
- Letters to, frm Dr..I.G. Scheuch- 
zer, 1728, 1721. I.)-. 1968, ff. 41, 44, 50. 
. . Letter to, from G. Schroedter, n. d. 
];)'. 2878, f. 50. 
Bigot de Sommesnil (--), of Paris, 
Letter fo ]I. de Scelderter [Le. G. Schroed- 
ter], 1705. Ff. 2178, f. 2. 
Bilderbeck (Christoph Laurentz). Cor- 
respoudeuce with J. C. Fabricius, 162, 
1683. Lat. 2144, ff. 145 b, 191-195. 
Billapatam. v. Bimlipatam, in M«dras. 

Biester (Petrus), 3LD. Processus chy- 
mici, et pharmaceutici, late 17th cent. 
609, ff. 182-206. 
--------- Letter fo Dr. S. Bellingham, 167. 
647, f. 42. 
Blet (Antoine), Prcst. Voyage de la 
Fiance Equiuoxiale eu l'[sle de Cayeuue, 
entrepris par les François en l'année 
1652. Abstract, 17th cent.. 1019, ff. 10- 
164. 

Bigge (Richard). Suit for a brewery in 
S. Giles, Londou, 1594. 2177, f. 17. 

Biggo (William). Suit for a brewery in 
St. Gile.% Loudon, 1594. °.177, f. 17. 

Billerbeck (--), ? Envoy .from 
pach to England. Letter to 5ii It. 
Sloane, 1735. r. 4054, f. 97. 
Billich (Antonius Guntherus). Observa- 
tiones ae paradoxoe ehymiatricœe, 17th 
cent. Ec«rIts. 1562, f. 30 b. 
Billing (Richard), Lieut. Col. Grants 
of a Lieutenant's Commission to, from 
Charles Il., 1678, 1679. 3299» ff. 79, 80. 
- Petition for his pay to Charles II., 
n.d. 2723, f. 69. 
Billingsley (Elizabeth), 1st wife of Sir 
Il. Billinjsley. ll,roscope, 1573. 1697, 
f. ll0b. 



58 

INI)EX. 

Billingsley (Sir Henry), Lord Mayor .f 

London. Horoscope, 1574, 1599. 1697, 
ff. 2, 101 b. 
- Additional allowance granted to, 
1590. 817, f. 13. 
- Warrant to, to arrest all Spanish 
goods, 1597. 817, f. 13b. 

Billingsley (Nicholas), Lecturer at 
Blakeney in Awre, co. Glo»w. "Anthro- 
popcea," an English poem, 1689. 1161. 

Billingsley (R--), of Ca,nbrid:le. Letter 
to Dr. H. Power, 1652. 3515, f. 75. 

Bilson (Dr. Thomas), B;shop successively 
of Worcester and of 117nchester. Re- 
proof to, from H. Broughton, n. d. 
308g, ff. 98 b-100. 
Grant of aunuity to E. White, 
1599. Lat. 3329, f. 82. 
Bimlipatam, in Madras. Chart of, by 
Capt. J. Kempthorne, 1688. 3665, f. 41. 
Binckes (Robert). Wrote, in 1628, MS. 
1444. 

]3incks (----). Prescriptions for, by 
Dr. W. Srnith, 1709-1711. 4078, f. 315. 

Bincks (Samuel). Letter to, from R. 
ll«sier, 1713. 4065, f. 100. 

Bincks (Thomas), Quaker. Letter to 
Sir H. Sloane, 1723. 4046, f. 344. 

Bindings. D UTCH. Late 17th cent. 
2867. 
2ENGLISH. Embroidered needle- 
work, late 14th cent. 2400 ;16th cent. 
2565 : 3682 ;17th cent. 45 ; 46, A. B. ; 
741 or 4014 ; 1422 ; 1720; 2119 ; 

18th cent. 3481 ; 
- FIENCH. 
2422 ;--17th cent. 
- ITAZIAN. 
OR[EzVTAL,. 18th cent. 
4013. 

3571 ; 
16th cent. 
198 ; 2418 ; 
16th cent. 

3573 ; 4003. 
2030 or 
2748, B. 
3011. 
3606 ; 

Bingham ( ). Collections out of his 
book of "Checker reportoryes," 16th 
cent. 1301, f. 373. 

ingham (Sir John), Custos Iot»lorum 
for co. fiqto. Letter to Lord Falkland, 
1627. 3827, f. 114. 

Bingham (John), 3LP..for co. Dorset. 
Autograph signature, ch'c. 1654. 645, 
46. 

Bini (Giovanni). Capitoli a, di A. F. 
Grazzini, 17th cent. 1880, ff. 164-165. 

Binns (Joseph), Sur.qeon to St. Ba,'tholo- 
mew's HospitaL Medical case-book, 1633- 
1663. 153. 

Biography. 

Characters and al,horisms 
of eminent men, chiefly tempp. Henry 
Vlll.-Eliz. ; 17th cent. 1523, ff. 25-42 b. 
Index ad collectanea de virorum 
dlustrium vitis, 17th eont. 2890, ff. 
166-184 b. 

Biragus (Franciscus Medeobarbus). 
Mediobarbus Biragus (Franciscus). 

Birch (John), M.D. MSS. 3172: 3182- 
3184 were bought, in 1730, at his le. 

Birch (Thomas), D.D. Letters to Sir H. 
Sloane, 174.]. 4057, ff. 177, 179. 

Bircham, Great, co.]%rf. Agreement 
conc. the presentation of tbe rectory, 
1555. 969, f. 83 b. 

Birche (N--), Pharmacoixeus Norwce,ds. 
Medical receipts, 17th cent. Iat. 3505, 
ff. 1-24. 

Bixckenbuschîus (B--). Priced cata- 
logue of his library, 17th cent. Lat. 
2887, ff. 25-28. 
Bird (John), of Trinity College, Cambrid, le. 
Letters to E. Caresweli, 1670. lat. 
Dr«fts. 1942, ff. 5, 5 b. 
Letters (in shorthand) to----, 
1670. 4062, ff: 176-179b. 

Birds. A receipt to ensnare birds 17th 
cent. 795, f. 18.  

Birkin, Family of. Pedigree, 17th cent. 
1429, ff. 103, 113 b. 
Birks, ar Be»wick on Tweed. Peace 
ruade at, betw. England and Scotland, 
1639. 1008, f. 13. 
Birport (Robert), Moezk of Ford Abbey, 

c.o. Deron, in 1406. On the Philosopher's 
stone, 16th cent. 410, fF. 42 b-44 b. 
Alchemical proeess, copied by T. 
Potter, 1580. 3580, A. f. 184. 

Biscay, Provin« of. Memorias de, por 
e| Doct. Zaldivia, 15-44. 1736. 

Biserodt (-----). Letter to B. Gidde, 
1650. Er. 2996, f. 21. 

Bishop (P,--). Letter to J. Petiver, 
171. Signed. 4065, f. 143. 
Bishop (Thomas), of Drayton. Leter fo 
Sir ll. Sloane, 1616, 1617. 4044, ff. 165, 
280. 

Bishop (William), i.,.hop of Chalcedon. 
Eamination of his dedicatory Epistle 
prefixed to his pretended reformation of 

a Catholick defo.red by W. l'erkins, 
early 17th cent. 037. 

]3ishop (William). Letter to [T.] Isted, 
171. 4065, f. 21, 



INDEX. b9 

Bishopp (----). Letter te, frein the 
Glass-sellers Company, 1688. 857, f.76. 
Bisignano, Prbwe off v. San Severino 
Bispham (----), Medicus Reg;us Juratus, 
164st. Selecta ex ejus proescriptis, 17th 
cent. 933, ff. 1-83. 
Bisse (Phi|ip), Bishop of Hereford. Let- 
ter te Sir H. Sienne, n.d. 4058, f. 23. 

Bisset (R er. William}, Elder Brother of 
St. I(atharine' s Colleqiate Ch urch, 
London. Letters fo Sir H. Sloaue, 1730. 
4051, ff. 40, 58. 
Bisshop (Francis). Treatises on English 
coinage, lfi0. 3946. 
Bitonto (Atonio de). v. Antouius, de 
Bitonto. 

Bizari (Pietro). Versus in efflgiem Plan- 
fini, 17th cent. Auto:lr. 2764, f. 44. 
Bizzarinus (Pirrhus), Phil. et Med. 
Doct., Senensis. De febribus, 1599. 3133, 
ff. 1-150. 

Consilia medica, 1616. 
373-3.7. 
Methodus colnponendi 
menta, 1617. 3133, ff: 436-460. 
Di.course on the waters 
Casciano de' Bagni, 1618. Irai. 
tE 469-475 b. 
De methodis curatricibus, 
cent. 3133, ff. 305b-323. 
1607. 

Letter to a fi'iend, 
Co2,V. 3133, ff. 461-468. 

3133, ff: 

medica- 

of S. 
3133, 

17th 

Ital. 

Blaarer k Wartnsee (Hans). 
te J. J. Scheuchzer, 1725. L,t. 
f. 342. 

v. also Blarerus. 

Letter 
4065, 

Blackerby (Samuel). Opinion on cases 
relating te the College of Physicians, 
1682. 3914, f. 28 b. 

Blackley (James), of te African Com- 
n?l, London. Letters to Sir H. Sloane, 
172].. 4046 ff. 197, 211. 

Blackmore (Sir Richard). M.D., 
siclan to William III. and 

Epigram, 17th cent. 
- Letter fo Sir 
4046, £ 159. 
Blackstone (John), 
to Sir H. SIoaue, 
ff: 89, 167, 
f. 305. 

Qu. Anne. 
3065, f. 73. 
H. Sloane, 1721. 

Botanist. Letters 
1737, 1740. 4055, 
. oo ..4_ ; 
10, 203, -.-3, o o 4056, 

Blackwell (Francis), Anab,ptist or Am- 
sterdam. Admonition te, fl-om H. Brough- 
ton, 18th cent. 3o8, ff: 131-139. 

Blackwell (J--). of Northolt, co. Middl. 
Letter to Sir H. Sloane, n, d. 4034, 
f. 234. 
Bladin (Thomas), of Crlisle.. Evidence 
by, of an apparition on the mole at 
Tangier, 166. 3510, f. 54. 
Blagrave (Daniei), Regîcide. Autogral»h 
signature ch'c. 1654. 645, f. 46. 
Blair (Patrick), M.D., of Dundee. Oste- 
graphical description of an elephant in 
Dundee Museum, sent by, te Sir H. 
Sloane, 1706. 3812, ff: 1-59. 
- - Proposais for printing his "Osteo- 
graphia Eiephantina," 18th cent. 4020, 
f. 211. 

-Account of the dissection o.f a 
seal round in R. Tay, with drawmgs, 
18th cent. 3812, ff. 60-64. 
Anatomical and chirurgical obser- 
vations sent by, fo Sir H. Sloane, lth 
cent. 3812, ff. 65-69. 
. , Explanatîon of the figure of a 
p,)rpoise, 18th cent. 4025, ff. 45-4.. 
- Dedication of hi «,Phytozoon 
genealogia" to Sir H. Sloane. 172 a. 
4020, ft'. 6-15. 
Case of, presented te the Royal 
College of Physician.% London, n. d. 
4066, f. 254. 
-- Letters fo Sir H. S]oane, 1705- 
1728, and n. ci. 4025, ff. 49-5I ; 4040, 
ff. 66, 90, 92, 94, 150, 169, 174, 270, 
308, 310, 359, 362, 374 ; 4041, ff. 132, 
148, 159, 161, 181, 219, 234, 251, 304, 
321, 330, 337 ; 4042, ff. 17, 28, 90, 103, 
299, 307; 4043, ff. 24, 32, 36, 43, 64, 
159, 180, 223, 250; 4044, ff. 116, 135, 
138, 153, 172, 205, 225; 4045, ff. 207, 
211; 4046, f. 167; 4047, ff. 116, 126, 
136, 178, 179, 277; 4048, ff. 101, 137, 
149, 172 ; 4049, f. 92 ; 4058, ff. 25-28. 
. Letters fo J. Petiver, 1708-1715, 
and n.d. 3321, ff. 232, 237, 242, 244, 
248, 254, 263, 269, 271, 275, 277, 279, 
282, 284; 3322, ff. 14, 24, 31, 36, 40, 
45-47, 56, 68, 70 85, 140-146; 4065, 
ff. 235, 251-253, 265, 273 ; 40.66, ff. 265- 
267 b. 

Letter fo, frein 
171-. 4065, L 238. 

W. Henderson, 

Blake (Dorcas), of D,&lin. Extraction of 
au ivorv b(Mkiu from ber bladder, 1695. 
1786» f: 152. 

Blake (Robert), Gener«l. Journal of his 

voyage to the Nediterranean, kept by 
J. Weale, 1654. 1431. 

Blake (Robert), Jy,;r of G,dway. Let- 
ter te Lord Falkland, 1625. 3827, f. 54. 



6O 

INDEX. 

Blakeney (John), .P,'ior of [n:/l«»n, ,',. 
Arorf. Medieinale eompendium, 15th 
cent. o ( 
-311, ff: 1-100. 

Blampain de :Noyon (Thomas), l'rioc 
of St. Ouen at Rouen. Biographical note 
ou, 18th cent. '. 2890, f. 2t. 

Blancardus, v. Blankaart(Stephanus). 

Blancas (Geronimo de). Modo de pro- 
ceder en Cortes de Aragon, 17th cent. 
2301. 

Blanchard (Wiliam). 
282, f. 11 b. 

Obit, 15th cent. 

Blanchardus. v. Blankaart (St el,hanus ). 

Blanchus (Johannes). Processus 
chemicus, 1572. 3661, f. 252 b. 

Al- 

Blanco (Franeisco Gutierrez). 
to his brother J. S. Blanc% 1679. 
1087, f. 105. 

Blanco (Juau Sanchez). 
his brother and sister, 
10,7, f. 105. 

Letter 

"Letter to, from 
1679. ,qpan. 

Letter to, fi'om T. Rodriguez, 1679. 
1087, f. 130. 

Blanco (Maria Sanchez). Letter 
brother J. S. Blanco, 1679. Span. 
f. 105. 

to her 
1087, 

Bland (Gyles), Merch,mt at Tan:lie,'. 
Papers relating to his defamation of Col. 
NOl'wood, 1668. 3510, ff. 17-24. 

Bland (John), Mayor of Zng. ier. Arti- 
cles against, circ. 1668. 3510, f. 35. 
Mercantile transaction with B. 
Moroon, circ. 1669. 3514, ff. 19-24. 
Charge of maladministration 
against, by Mrs. Baker, circ. 1670. 
3514 f. 25. 
Statement of arrears of revenue 
at Tangier, 1676. 3512, f. 197. 
• Commission to, for making peace 
between England and Marocc% 1676. 
3512 f. 259. 
Letter fo Capt. Gyles, 1668. 3510, 
f. 23. 
Letter to Lord Shaftesbul'y 1680. 
3512, f. 283. 
:Blond (31ichael), I(ceper o.f a Mémgerie 
at Tower Dock, London. Letter to Sir 
H. Sloane, n.d. 4058, f. 29. 

Blandon (Richard), of Cie,'les City, 
ITrg5d«. List of Rev. J. Banister's 
physiological writings, 1692. 3321, f. 8. 

Blane (Alexander), Itead Const,,ble for 
tluxley Hundred, eo. l(ent. Letters to 
Sir tI. Sloane, n.d. 405.q, ff. 31, 32. 

Blane (Shwsana), d.fe o.f A. Blanc. l'e- 
tition to "Kwin Carlina" [Qu. Caroline], 
n.d. 4058, f. 32. 
:Blnkrt (Stei:hanus). " Anatomia 
reformata," 17th cent. Extracts. 1229, 
ff: 24-2.q. 
• Letters fo C. Sibelius à Gool', 1687. 
Dutch, Let. and Gr. 2729, ff. 211,213, 
230. 

Letter to Dr. N. Highmore in 
of his " Anatomia restaurata," 
546 fi 2. 

Blanshard (Thomas). 
MS. 2232. 

Formerly owne, I 

Blarerus a Wartensee (Johannes 
Jaeobus), Professoe" of Hebreo» at Z,o'ich. 
Autograph in album, 1670. 1795 
2597, f. 72. 

v. also Blaarer. 

Blascus, Regls Aragonke M«dics. De 
pestilentia, 1405. 428, ff. 145-155 b. 
Blasius (Gerardus), M'edicinoe Professor 
Amstelod«mensis. Reeeptulœe medieoe, 
17th cent. 3969, f. 2. 
Blaxton (-----). 0wned, in 1574, MS. 
404. 

Blaxton (Henry). Quoestio theologica 
in vespere comitiorum Cantabrigioe dis- 
putata, c5"c. 1570. 478 ff. 2 b-37. 
Bleeding. v. Medicine. 
Bleez (William de), son o.f Simon de t:leez. 
Drawing of hîs seal, 18th cent. 34'.'4, 
£9b. 

Blenckerne (Simon), M.D., of Lyna. 
Letter to Dr. Briggs, 1681. Copy. 
23, ff. 7 b, 10. 
Blesensis (Petrus). v. Blois (Peter of). 

Blesensis Hortus. v. Blois, in France. 

Bletso (John), of Gre«t Bowdcn, co. Leic. 
Letter to J. Petiver, n.d. 4066, f. 268. 

Bleyburg, in Upper Ccwhthia. Account 
of, by J. Donellan, 17th cent. 1922, 
f. 35 b. 

Blois, h 'ance. Catalogus plantarum 
in BIesensi Horto, l/th cent. /43, ff. 
21-76. 

Blois (Henry de), Bishop of Wincheste,'. 
Letter fo, from Arehbisho 1) Beeket, 14th 
cent. Lat. 1777, f. 2. 

Blois (Peter of), Arc]deacon of Bath. 
Epistoloe, 17th cent. Extracts. 1898, 
£8. 

:Blomberg (Charles de), of Chelsea. 
ter to Sir H. SIoane, I7 "»°_o. Ff. 
f. 334. 



INDEX. 

61 

Blome, al. Bloome (J--), wid,J,v o] 
Richard Blome, " Cosmo.'oriphel" P,',ater 
fo the C'own. Letter fo Sr H. Sloane, 
[1720]. 4058, |: 33. 

Blome (Richard), Prbder to tlw Crown. 
Description ofJamaica, 17th cent. 1:394, 
ff: 1-28. 

:Blomefleld (Willimn), M.B. Compen- 
diary of alchemy, or the Camp of Philo- 
sophy, or BIossoms of alchemy, 1557. 
2o36,fl 5-13 ;--16th cent. 320 or 321, 
ff. 32 b, 33, .109 b-112 ; 1744, ff. I01- 
109; 1751, ff. 3-17. 
Alchemical verses from his " Blos- 
soins," 16th cent. 1098, 41 b. 
------- Pater Sapientioê or Partis Sapientia, 
in vers% 1557. 2036, ff. 14-19; 3706, 
ff: 66-96. 

Blomevile (Edward), of Gunton. 
merly owned MS. 332. ., 

For- 

:Blomius (Johannes). Oratio de Il. 
Vagetii vita, 165iL 2888, ff: 157-176. 

Blondeau(Stephen). Letters ofnatural- 
ization to 16.:2. Let. 2655» f. 155. 

:Bloldel (Jacobus Augustus). Letter to 
Sir ti. Sloaae 1729. 4050, f. 180. 

:Blondus (Flavius), l.'orlivh 
illu8tl'ata, l;th cent. 2456. 

Italia 

Blood (Thomas), Col. Verses on his 
attempt to steal the Crowt b by A. 
Mm'vell 17th, ltSth centt. Let. ami 
Iç,jL 1941» f. 18 ; 313, f. 2'J b. 

Bloodletting. v. Medicine. 

Bloome (Hans). v. Bluom (Joan,,e»). 
Bloome (J--). e. Blome (J--). 
Blount, Barons of l:cworth. Pedigree 
16th cent. 1301, £ 388 b. 

Blotmt (----), Baron Mountjoy. Deed 
l'elating to hîs dealings with the Muscovy 
Company temp. Eliz. 3657» ff: I 2. 

Blount (Charles), 8th Baron Mountjog, 
afterw. Earl of Devonshire. Letter to, 
as Lieutenant of Hampshire, for men to 
be sent to the Isle of Wight, ch-c. 1596. 
Copg. 33» f. 11. 

:Blotmt (Christopher). Letter fo Lord 
Clanrieard, 162. 1775, L 65b. 

:Blount (Sir Henry). Poems, 17th cent. 
Copies. 1446, ff. 60 b, 61, 87. 

:Blount (Mountjoy), 1st 1;a,'l of Nev.'l)o,'t. 
Warrant suspending lais Patent of Or4- 
aance temp. Chas. ll. 856, f. 4 b. 

Blower (Jane), àaU,.lhter o f er. John 
Rty, ,nd wife of Josh. Blotccr, Rec/or 
of Bcadwell near Braintree, co. ssex. 
Letters to Sir H. Sloane, 1727. 4048, 
ff. 297 301. 

Blucke (Catharine). Letter to Sir H. 
Sloane, n.d. Impe,f. 4058, f. 35. 

Bluett (Thomas). Letter to Sir 
3loane, 1733. 4053, f. 105. 

ll. 

Blund. v. Blount. 

.Blttndevill. v. Blomefield (William). 

:Blundeville (Thomas), of Newton 1,7of 
man, co. V»:f: Treatise on the horde, 
compiled from his works, 17th cent. 
3099. 

Blunt (John), Apothec«,'V. 
tt. Sloan% n.d. Imperf. 

Letter to Sir 
405S, f. 36. 

Bluom (Joannes). "The book of rive 
columnes of Architecture," translated by 
J. T. 1608. :0, ff. 6-37. 

Blyth, co. Att. Inscriptions anti al'ms 
ff, oto the church, 1596. 3836, E '3 b. 

Boarefleld (John), of lhngh'r. Lettre" 
to, from J. Luke, 1664. 3509, E 60 b. 

:Boate (Edward), Sl,,lcnt of Chriol Church, 
O.,ford. Notes on his sel'mon on 1 
Iv., 16th cent. 2987, fil 54b--57. 

Bobart (Arme), w(fe of J. l:ob,wt, 
Letter to .I. Petiver 1701. 406;3, f. 

Bobart, 

Bobert (Jacob), J«n., Pro- 
.fesso,'of Bota,,9 ,t Ox.ford. Letters tu 
Sit" H. loane, 1685-1716. 4036 ff: 
43, 55, 14t, 252; 4037, ff: 6, 256, 261, 
265 ; 4038, f. 93 ; 4040, ff. 195, 323 ; 
4041 f. 123 ; 4043 f. 161 ; 4044, f. 227. 
Letter to W. Charletou, 169.. 
3962, £ 224. 
Letter to the Duchess of Beaufort, 
169 I. 3343, f. 37. 
Letter to J. Adams, 169. 3343 

f. 142. 
Letters to 

-------- Letter to J. Thorpe, n.d. 
f. 148. 

J. Petiver, 1700-1716 
and u. d. 332l, ri: 36, 96, 114, 131, 
135, 137, 149: 157, 173, 181, 203, 209, 
210 216, 219, 233, 243, 273, 289; 3322, 
ff. 29, 75» 9396, 147, 150; 4064 f. 101. 
3322, 

Letter to, from E. Lhwyd n. d. 

Autograph in album, 1697. 2360, 
f. 3b. • 
4067, f. 28. 
 Letter t% from 
4067, f. 108. 

L. Plukenett, n. d. 



62 INDEX. 

Bobart (Tilleman), cldcr son of Jacob Bodley (-----), Lt..Cot. lledica| i,re 
Bvbart, Sen. l.etter to J. l'etiver, scriptions for, by Dr. :Mayerne, 1646» 
170.. 3321, f. 94. .164,. Lat. 1807, f. 129 b ; 2078, ff. 
Bobert (Jacob). v. llobart al. Bobert 10 b-72. 

(Jacob). 
]3oby, Family of. Pedigree, I7th cent. 
1429, f. 103. 
Boceaccio (Giovauni). Metrical version 
of his " De casibus virormn et feminarum 
illustrium" by J. Lydgate from L. de 
Premierfait's French paraphrase, 15th 
cent. 2452 ; 4031, ff. 4-187. 
Description of the plague in 1348 
ai. Florence, 17th cent. Transi. 791, 
t".14. 

Bocoano (Paolo). laterie eontete nel 
lquseo dt, 18th cent. 3332, f. 131• 

Bocchius (Achilles), called l'hileros. 
Symbolicoe quœestiones, de universo 
genere ; vith engravings by G. Bonasone, 
1555. Autogr. 3158. 

Boccone (Paolo afterw. 8ilvio). 

Cata- 
l,_,gus plantarum rariorunl in Sicilia 
1674. 2346, ff: 191-197. 
Rare plants of Sicily, Malta, France, 
and Italy 17th cent. Extracts. 2343, 
f. 41. 
Letter on the vegetation of plants, 
-n. cf. 1942, f. 10. 

BUcke (-----). Letter to G. 8eiroedter, 
n.d. r. 2877, f. 306. 

Bocki.ng, in Essex. Purchase of lands 
in, for the Gulston lecture»hip in the 
College of Physicians, 1635. 314, L 
119. 

Bodenham (Roger), of Hilld,'op near 
lt«msbury, co. Wilts. Horoscope» 1659. 
2252, L 3. 
Bodenstein (Adam von). Isagoge in 
.4.. de Villa Nova Prosarium Chymicum, 
17th cent. xtracts. 3737, ff. 96-106. 

Bodericus (Stephanus), de Castro Zusi- 
tmto Ulisslponens£ Oratio ante ingres- 
sure prœelectionum ad Hippocratem, 
1617. 3133, ff. 399-403. 

BodiIl (Jean). 

Colloquium Het, taplomeres 
de rerum sublimium arcanis abditis, 
17th cent. 2859 2998» fl: 1-136. 
-Copie des articles des missives 
envoyes en Angleterre par, après le 
fault du Due d'Anjou à Anvers, 1583. 
2764, f. i9. 

Bodius (Adam). Biographical notes ,,f, 
1633, 1679. 1708, f. 107. 

Bodleigh. 

v. Bodley (Laurence). 

Bodley (Laurence), 
Church, Ox]brd. 
Chureh, 16th cent. 

Bodley (Sir 
17th cent. 

8tudent of Christ 
Sermon at Christ 
2987 ff: 68-71. 

Thomas). Autobiography, 
1786, ff. 58-61. 
-- Letter to Sir F. Bacon, 1607. 
1775, ff. 50-53. 
- Medical case, cire. 1611. 640, f. 
212b. 

Boe (Francisons de le), Sylius. 

ldea of 
late 17th cent. 
239 b. 
De morbis 
1176, ff. 3-12. 
51etlmdus 
1176, fl: 13-24. 
. De artCribus 
cent. 1204; 1205. 
• Annotationes in 
ejus, 17th cent. 1254. 
Observationes in 

W 
medicinal practice, capp. 1-5, 
Imperf. 630, ff: 228- 

puerorum, 17th cent. 

medendi, 17th cent. 

communibus, 17th 

praxin medicaln 

praxin medicam 

ejus, 17th cent. 1561, ff. 70-134. 
Proescripta medicinalia, 17th cent, 
123. 

Excerpta ex lectaris ejus, 17th 
1279, ff. 1-44. 
/ledica pauca 17th cent. 369 

cent. 

ff. 94-102. 
Notes from his lectures, by 
Downes» 1659. Z.at. 179, A. f. 154. 
---. lledicamenta in communem offici- 
nature usure Lugd. Bat. prescripta, 1659. 
607, f. 70. 
Collegium medicum, sire casus 
tcgrotantium in Nosocomio Leidensi 
1660, 1661. 490. 
Lectiones publieoe per S. Belling- 
haro notatoe» 1662-1664. 458. 

Dictata de functione generationis 
loesa, 1662. 607, ff. 3 b-17 b. 
Historiœe quœedam medicinoe et 
praxis medica, 1665. 2828, ff. 59-174. 
Lettera to, from Dr. S. Bellingham 
166.ï. Lat. &'arts. 647, f. 41. 
Curiosa ab ore ejus per K. Uins,n 

excerl)ta n.d. 1292, ri: 44-68 b. 

Boecler (J-- P--), of 5'trassburg. Let- 
ters to G. Schroedter 1703-1705. Ff. 
2878 ff: 3-16. 

Boehme (Jacob). Letter to P. Moritz, 
1624. Gcrm. 2715» f. 102. 



INDEX. 63 

Boerhaave (tlerman). Lectiones de viri- 
bus medicamentorum Lugduni Batavo- 
rum habitoe» 18th cent. 2793; 3179. 
- Pars commentarii in ejus Institu- 
tiones 31edieas, 18th cent. 2963. 
• Notes to J. I. van I{o|landt's alche- 
mical treatises, 18th cent. Lat. 3832, 
ff. 87 177. 
- Curatio medici casus, 18th cent. 
3984, f. 119. 
- Collegium l,racticum, 1709. 2969, 
ff. 299-376. 

- Collegium privatum inc jus Aph- 
orismos de cognoscendis et curandis 
morbis, 1711. 2961 ; 2962. 
Descripta quoedam ex ejus lectioni- 
bus de Chemia, 1719. 3183 ; 3184. 
- Observations on the diseasc of 
Lady Ferrers, 1725. Lat. 
33««» f. II0. 
----- Letters to Sir H. Sloane, 1709- 
1731. Ejl. and Lat. 3322, ff. 106, 
127» 131, 135 ; 4042 ff. 42, 116, 160 ; 
4043, ff. 12, 13, OE77, 286 ; 4044, ff. 
49, 185, 265; 4043, If. 7, 25, 120, 206, 
263; 4046» f. 102; 4048, If. 162, 319; 
4049, L 200; 4051, f. 234 ; 4052» f. 223 ; 
4054, f. 278. 
• Leters to, from Sir H. Sloane, 
1713-1734. Lat. 3322, ff: 102, 104 ; 
4068, ff'. 6» 106,157, 237. 

Boerius (Octavius). Letter to, from 
J. de La Rivière, 1591. Lat. 208J, 
f. 75 b. 

Bese (Dr. John). 
loan% 1717. Let. 

Letter to Sir H. 
4045, f. 20. 

Boethius (Anicius Manlius Torquatus 
8everinus). De Consolatione Philosophix, 
translated by J. Walton» 1410. 
verse. Impcrf . 554. 

Gr. 

De Musica, lib. t., 17th cent. 
E.r.ceTt. 2764, ff: 135, 136. 

Epistola de Christo ab, ad Johan. 
hem Diaconum, 14th cent. 1777 ff. 90- 
94. 

Boethius (Anselmus). v. Boot (Anselmus 
de). 
oey(Cornelis), Sen. Versus in D. Heinsii 
eigiem» 1645. 2764, f. 190. 
Bogesman (Johannes). Episto]a ad 
a J. Dury, 1633. 654 f. 7 l. 
Boghurst (William)» Athec«ry in 
Giles" la tl Fiel, a. Relation of 
the plague in London, 1666. 341. 
Londinologia sire Loudini eucomium, 
1666. 904» fl 53-68 b. 

Boghurst (William), lpothccary i S. 
Giles" in thc F(clds, Londoa («mtinucd). 
Partieulars respecting, with epigram 
his name, and copy of inscription 
tomb at Ditton in Kent, 1685. 90, f. 
67b. 

Bohemia. J. Du,'oei epistola ad eccle- 
siarum orthodoxarutn e Bohemia ejec- 
tarum superattendentes, 1636. 654, f. 49. 
., ltTn.q of. Frederie V. Biographical 
notes of him and his wif% 1596-166à. 
1708, f. 107. 

Bohmen (Jacob). v. Boehme. 

Bohne (Joannes). Letters to C. Sibe- 
lius à Goor, 1679, 1685. Lat. 2729, 
fL 40, 183. 

Bohun (Edmund), of Charlestown, Caro. 
lina. Catalogue of laiscoins and medals, 
17th cent. ô962, ff: 210, 211. 
. Letters to J. l'etiver» ]rï-lT01, 
and n.d. 3321, tt: 33 39, 40» 4:, 51, 
.q.2oo f. 151 
61» 74 ; ...-, . 
Letter to Sir H. S]oane. 170ï. 
403_, f. 134. 

Boileau-:Despréaux (Nicolas). Le 
Lutrin» 1674..fmpej'. I031». 134-153. 

Bois (Charles du), H.E.I.C.,ç. Letter» 
to 8r H. loane, 1697-173. 4036, 
f. 316; 4039, fl: 220, .°21 ; 4048, f.  ; 
4053, f. 186; 4055, ff: 145, 257 ; 4056, 
f. 62. 
Letters to J. Petiver, [1700]- 
17l and n.d. 3321, f. 46 ; 3322, f. 
15; 4064, ff. 47, 156; 4065, f. I00; 
4066, ff: 336, 337. 
• Permission fo, from the Lord Mayor, 
to travel by water fo Gravesel,d on 
Sunday, 1713. 4020, f. 107. 

Bois (John), C«non of Ely. Letters to 
Bishop Andrews, 1619, 1624. Let. 
118, ff: 293» 298. 

Bois (P--- E---de), Civil aal Jlilitary 
Arch,tect. Memorandum of things 
taught by, for S. Hartlib, 17th cent. 
Ff. 652» i: 187. 

Boisbeleau de Iachapelle (Armand). 
Letter to Dr. J. O. 8cheuchzer, 1727. 
Ff. 4066, f. 14. 

Boislavîlle (Père---- de), Cu,'é da 
Mesnil-au..Pacc, dans Le Cotentin. Lettres 
philosophiques à, de M. Graindorg% 
1672, 1673. 2401. 

Bois-le-Duc, b, Brabant. Lampoon on 
the siege, with answer» 16'.j. L,,t. and 
D,ttch. 2764» f. 114. 



64 

INDLX. 

:Bokolman (Johan Frederic). Letter to 
Sir H. Sloane, 1722. 1,'r. 1968, f. 7. 

]3oldrini (Antonio di Audrea), Cit&en of 
Florencc. Presented BIS. 2742 to Cath- 
urine [?] de' Medici in 1586. 

]3oldu (Faustin). Consilia medica pro 
ejus affectu apoplectico, 17thcent. It«l. 
Oo 
--53, f. 292 b. 

Boles (Sir George). v. 13owles. 

Boles (Katharine), Quakeress, of L:,»deth, 
co. Sto'f. Letters fo Sir H. Sloane, 
n.d. 4058, ff. 38-43. 

Boleyn (Arme), 2nd n'ire of Henry VIIL 
v. Englaud, Sovo.eigns of. Henry VIII. 

Boleyn (5if Thomas), Aobassador fo 
Cl, o.lcs V. Instructions to, trom Henry 
VIII., 25 Sept., 1522. 3839, ff. 116-118. 
Letter fo, from Card. Wolsey, 
10 Jan.,. 1523. 3839, ff. 105-115 b. 

Bolfrasius (Erasmus), of F,'anloEort. 
ltoroscope, 1588. 1770, f. 153. 

Boling (Henry). Epitaph on, by Dr. 
Corbet, 17th cent. 1792, f. 44 b. 

Bollanu (Dominicus), P«tricius l'enetus. 
El,istle dedicatoy to, from G. Posteili, 
17th cent. Lat. 1412 or2958, f. 281. 

Bollard (Sicholas), Mowchus Westmon«s- 
terhnsis. On t.he planting, grafting and 
culture of trees, 15th cent. 7, ff'. 92-- 
93 ; 122, ff. 83 b-88 ; 686 ff: 41-48 b. 
Bolleegne. v. goleyn. 
:Bolles (Sir John), 4th 13«,'t. Certificate 
of his mental state, by ir H. Sloane, 
1707. 4078, f. 303. 
Bol/es (Phineas). Receipt /'or otl]cers' 
certificates at Tangier, 1674. 3511, 
t: 27'2. 
• Letter fo, from J. Luke, 1674. 
3512, f. 92. 
Bolles (Sir Robert). 2nd Bart. Epigram 
of '31artial translated and applied fo, 
[1637J. 292, f. 3. 

Bolling (Robert), of ChaHes City, Vir- 
glnia. List of Rev. J. Banister's physio- 
logical collections, 1692. 3321 f. 8. 

Bologna, in Italv. Tractatus contra 
pestilenciam per concilium medicorum 
Bolonioe factus, 1393. 3124, ff. 51 b-61. 
Modo da preparare la Pietra Bolog- 
nese, 18th cent. 3323, L 77 ; 3329, f. 8. 

Bolton (Sir Edward), ,%licitor Gcneral 
]br Irc'h«nL Legal opinion, 1627. 
327, f. 104. 

Bolton (Leonard), Sold;cr af lhngicr. 
Charge against, by E. Roth, c/re. 1671. 
3514, f. 71. 

Bolton (8if Richard), Cld«f Baron of the 
Eæclwquer î, h'el«nd, l,egai opinion, 
1625. 3827, f. 58. 

Bolton (Samuel). 
" ,top." 

r. Boulton (Samuel), 

Bolton (Rev. Samuel). Medieal pl"escrip. 
tion for his wife, by Dr. J. Metford, 1652. 
Lat. 2812, f. 24. 

Bombast von Hohenheian (Philipp 
Aureol Theophrast), calted Paracelsus. 
De natura rerum, 17th cent. 2190. 

De natura rerum et de natura 
hominis, 1537; translated by J. Tich- 
born, 17th cent. 320, ff. 78 b-96. 
Of the nature of man, book H., 
17th cent. 1627, f. 50-55b. 
Notes from hîs "De natura rerum" 
17th cent. 2193 ff. 57-63. 
Medical receipts, 17th cent. I5-. 
2502 ff. 96-142. 
Alchemical treatises, 17th cent. 
ô086, ff. 1-39 ; 3691, ff. 44 b-68. 
Azoth sive de ligno et linea vitœe, 
17th cent. Ew31. t,'«nsl. 857, ff: 145-17. 

Works on Magie, 17th cent. 
tracts. 3648, ff. 53 b-75. 
Manuale, 1645. E.dracts. 
ff. 182-201. 

]çX- 

Explicatio totius Astronomkc, 17th 
cent. EusIL tr(,nsl. 857, ff. 107-124, 
127 b-144 b. 
The spirits of planers, 17th cent. 
2194, ff: 58-69. 
- - Alchemieal treatise " of simple 
tire," 17th cent. 1723, ff: 18-28. 
-- .Dulcedo salis ex ejus De Secretis 
Secretorum, 17th cent. 1996 ff. 46-55. 
.De antimonio, 17th cent. Gerrn. 
3427, ff. 38-47. 
Liber septem stellarum, 17th cen. 
3848, ff: 107-114. 
- Formuloe potionum vulnerariarum, 
17th cent. 3426, ff. 158-163. 
- Philosophical canons, 18th cent. 
3506, ff. 37-41 b. 
Practica in scicntiam Diviaationis, 

17th cent. EvjI. transl. 
127. 
Archidoxorum lib. 
Transi. 3506, ff. 33-36. 
The Archicatholick 
out of his Paradoxes, 
ff: 7-9 b, 

857, ff. 124-- 

x., 18th cent. 

purge taken 
17th cent. 665, 



INDEX. 65 

Bombast von Hohenheim (I'hilil, 1, 
Aureol "|'heo|,hrat)» c«lleŒE l'an'acel»u. 
(,'outia,,ed). Receipt for tbe weal»on- 
salve, 17th cent. 559» f. 148. 

c»ut. 

De quinta essentia vini ex, 17th 
3634, f. 72 b. 

On the virtues of"Lignum Gui,- 

cu,n 16th cent. Germ. 
" -o«8, ff. 163- 

166. 
-[e po«iagra, 16th cent. 
252 L 173 b. 

(ïCrllt. 

--- le la cur«dî,u des maladies ,les 
I,ierres et des gouttes, extraict de, et 
trans|até d' Xlemant .en Fraw/ois, 17th 
o/Itt. 211, IL 130 b-133 b (reversed). 
Aurora l'hilosot,horum , cal,. Xlll., 
16th ççnt. 1+..Extract. 354", f. 6 b. 
Excerpta ex, 171h cent. 3118, 
fl 338-375 I,, 4162, 522-649 ; 311 , 
L 6o b. 
Notice of his lif« 17th cent. It«L 
ami Enffl. 3962 f. 39. 

Bomg artnerus ( i[ le rouy m us). 
gartn«.rus. 

v. Baum- 

Bon de St. Hilaire (Fraa,;ois Xavi,:r), 
Jl, t,.,(tis ; 1,7't J'rcshlott of tlw 
('ourt of .lld al Montl»eHier. Letters to 
Sir H. Sloane, 1738, 1731. bi.. ami 
4o55, L 3m;; 4056 fl 66, U. 
Letters to, flore Sir H. Sloane, 
17 tï, 1739. L,d. and Fs-. 468, f. 59 ; 
4069 fl 16» 22, 25. 

Bonactus (Guidus). v. l;,,natus (Guido). 

Bonoe Spei Promontorium. r. Cape 
of Goo,! lkTê. 

Bonanni (|'hilipl,us). 
(Filil,l,O). 

v. luonanni 

Bonarelli della Rovere (Gui,_io 
Ubaldo de), Count. l'reface to a trans- 
lation of his l,astt«'al drama of Filli di 
8ciro, hy Sit" E. Sherburne, 17th cent. 
836, f. 76 b. 

Bonasone (Giulio), of Bolog,««. En- 
graviugs il|ustrative of A. Bocchi's 
"Symbolieœe Quoestiones," [1555]. 315. 

Bonatus (Guido), MinoHte at l.b,'l;. 
Considerationes astr(,logicœ-medic ex, 
15th cent. 13t, ff: 51-58 b. 

-. Liber introductorlus ad 
stellarum, capp. l.-IV., 17th cent. 
1734, ff. 251-:254. 

judicia 

Bonaventure, 

S., Cttrdbl Bioht, 1, of 
Albaao. Vita S. Franci»ci Confessoris 
A»»isiensis, 15th cent. 1617, 11: 3-64. 

Meditationes vitoe Chriti» 
2273, ff: 207-214. 
Compendium scholasticum 
usque Te8tameuti, rectrice, 14th 
170, ff: 1-91. 

cent. 

14th 

Bond (ltenry). Observation» on L,,ngi- 
t,n,le, 17th cnt. 2 "»''*-,.,, ff: .q,) 9. 

Bond (W,llian,), Distiller, of Shoreditch. 
].etter to Sir H. ]t,;,n,., 173. 4¢15.5, 
f, '27 9. 

Bondelmontibus 
l,iber insularum 
3.43. 

(Christol,horus ,le). 
Archil,elagi , 1642. 

Bonet (Louis Fr6,1t:ric), of 6ncva. 
l.etters t.o Sir I[. Sl,,aue, 173., au,| a. d. 
l,'r. 4055, f. 414 ; 4¢)58, l: 44. 

Letters to, |'rolli Sir H. Sloanc, 
1738, 173. b'. 46'J, ff: 3, lt. 

Boniel(F-- ). S,,nltet au l)uc de Savoyc, 
17th cent. 895, f. 3. 

Bonifacius. 
cent.. 
Bonn ,George). 

3511, L 127. 

Ol, u :ti,'he,nicum, 
633, ff" 137 b-L4U. 

17tir 

Letter to .I. Luke, 167:2. 

BOD_U (Her,»ann). El,itheta b«,ni pril- 
cipis ex t'ollnnce Latine red,lita, 17th 
cent. Lat. 2764, f. 73 b. 
Bonne (Fra,h'ois ,1,:), D«; (1« Lcsdiguii.,'cs ; 
Cuhtble of" Fr, tn,'c', l.etter to Louis 
XIII.. 1624. Cl, 5. 22, 
Boll (Toby), Me,'cl«mt of London. 
Letter fo, t»otn T , 1682. 4062, 
L 210. 
Bonner (Edmuud), Bisla,l» qf London. 
Letter to Cambri,lge University, 1573. 
3562 f. 16. 
Boet (Charles), of Geucc, t. Observa- 
tions sur les insectes, 1742. 4020, ff. 
115-136. 
-- Letters to Sir ll. Sloaue, 1742, 
1745. b).. 4057»tL 115_38. 
Bonnet, afterw. Bonnet-Bourdelot 
(l'ierre), Physichtu. to Lotis 
the Du«hess ,f Buffundy. Catalogus 
l;ibliothecoe l,hisico- mathenatico- tue- 
dicoe, ch'c. 1700. 85. 
Letters to Sir !. Sloat% 
1701. b>. 4[37, L bg; 4038, L 277. 
Bonnetius (Clau,lius). El,it,»ne uni- 
vers;e ,ioctrinoe Sennerti. 17th cent. 
Zcerpts. 3374, IL 23-7. 

SLOANE INDX. 



66 

INDEX. 

Bonileval (Ludovicus de). Verses fo 
Sir H. S]oane, 18th cent. Let. 3516, 
f. 35. 

Bonnivert (Lie,t. Gedeon), son «,.f 
Paschll and J¢dith Bonnivert of Sed, m 
in ('lampa:ine. Papers and collections 
,f, in prose and verse, 15th-17th centt. 
1009. 
. Treatise on the elements of Geo- 
metry and Fortification with Digrams. 
993. 
- Commonplace books, 1673-1683. 
Ff. 1028 ; Lat. 1030; 1031 ; 
an,! Ff. 1036. 

Journal when a trool,er in William 
III.'s army in Ireland, June-Jaly 1690. 
1o33, ff. 1-12 b. 
"L'A. ]3. C. du Monde," ]are 17rb 
cent.. 100*, ff: 199-207 b. 
Notice of the comets of 1680 ami 
1682, late 17th cent. 1030, f. 123. 

Letters to Sir 1I. Sloane, 
1703, and n. d. 4036, f. 264; 
ff. 21,153, 167, 192; 4058, f. 45. 

1696. 

Receipts for several diseases, 17th 
1001 ff: 32-57. 
166- 
4039, 

Letter to, from Sir 
4068, f. 14. 
Note of his birh at 

Champagne, ». tL 

H. Sloaue, 

Sedau in 
1000, f. 170. 

Bononia (Thomas de), Physician fo 
Clt,'les I fIL o.f France. Alchemical 
treatise inscribed fo, by Bernard, Count 
(,f Trevisa, 17th cent. 3422, ff. 2-21; 
3632, ff. 10-27. 

Bonsall, co. D,.,.b. Letter from the 
Curate to Sir H. Sloane, I735. 4054, 
f. 44. 

Bonteshall. v. lonsall, co. De,'b. 

Bontine (H), M,j,,.. Certificats at- 
tested by, 1660. 3299, f. 34. 

:Bonus (t'etrus), Lo,,tbard, Ferrarien 
Phgsi«us. v. Buono A rogario (Pietro). 

:Bonvill, F«n, ilg of. l'edigree, 17th cent. 
1429, f. 43 b. 

]3onville, Fa,nily of. 
cent. 1301 f. 51. 

Notes of, 16th 

:Booker (William), _Marhal of the Roy,d 
Reyimcnt of Foot. Warrant for l,ay- 
ment to. with his receip, 1655. 1519, 
f. 153. 

:Bookkeeping. Directions for keeping 
merchants' accompts after the ltalian 
order, 17th cent. 2809, f. 2. 

Bookplates. Engraved coat-of-arms, 
17th cent. 4013, L 1. 
v. Barlow (Charles), of Emman,el 
Culh'ge. Go,bridge. 
Burnet (Gilbert), Bishop of 
bury. 
Cony (Robert), 31.D. 
Grangierius (Guilleimus). 
Millington (Sir Thomas), of Gos. 
field Hall, Essex. 
Books, l),'ices off r. MSS., T'rices oL 
Book-sales. List of Book-sale 30 A ug. 
1686-5 Aug. I689, by Dr. R. Hooke. 
1039» f. 177. 
Boone (H--). Formerly owned 
1877. 

Boone (Matthew). Medical melnoranda 
and directions, 1653. 1000, L b0 et 

Boot (Anselmus dë). 
marum et Lal»idum 

(mcdam de 
hiatoria ex, 17th 
cent. 3118, ff: 48-500. 
Booth (Esdras). F, rmerly owned 3.1S. 57_. 
Booth ((;eorge), 1st B«ron 
Anatomieal treatise drawn up for, by 
Dr. H. Poxer, 1666. 7'wo copies. 496, 
Ii'. 2-14 ; 1393, ff: 22-36. 
--- Medieal prescriptious tbr him an,l 
Elizabeth, his 2nd wife, 1662. 1055, 
f. 98. 
Letters to Sir T. Fairfax, 164"/, 
n.d. 1519, ff. 168, 178. 
Booth (Henry), 2nd L',won Dclamcrc, 
aflerw, l..t E,,rl of ||'arrîngton. Verses 
on one Saxton, a false witness against, 
16. Lat. I378, ff. 21, 24. 
Boothe (Robert), servant to L,»'d 
Tre«surer Buckh,tr.t. Owned, in 1602, 
IIS. 1678. 

Borbonius (L--). Versus in, a F. 
Thory, 17th cent. 1768, ff: 6 b, 7, 11. 
Bordeaux, in France. 5IS. 1111 was 
written af, in 1606-1607. 
Bordeaux, al. ]3urdegalia, al. But- 

gtuadia, (John de), dit La Barbe, Phy- 
sician at Liège. "Gouernale of helth," 
15th cent. 989, ff. 2-134. 
Thesaurus Pauperum, 16th cent. 
2507, ff. 1- 20. 
-- Treatise against the pestilence, 
15th cent. Lat. 7, ff. 85 b-87 ; 405, 
ff. 41 b-43 ; Lat. and Ewdl. 433, 
ff. 47 b-51 ; E»ujl. 706, ff. 104-106 b ; 
963, ff. 55b-57b; 965, ff. 132-143; 
983, ff: 37 b-39 b ; 1764, ff. 5, 6; 217, 
ttl 86-88 ; 2320, ff. 16-17 b ; 3566, 
ff. 88-101. 



INDEX. 

67 

Bordeaux, al. Burdegalîa, «/. Bur- 
gundia (John de), dit La Barbe, Phy- 
sici, m et Liëge («antimwd). Tractatus 
contra l,estem (another tract), 15th 
cent. 134, ff. 31-38 b ; Engl. 344'3, 
ff. 5 b--12. 

De epidimia (a third tract), 15th 
cent. 3566, ff: 63b-87 b ;wl6th cent. 
2.320, ff. 13 b- 16. 

Bordîield (John). Letters to, ri'oto J. 
l.uke, 1664. 3509, ff. 73, 74. 

Bordley (Steld,en), of Chester River, 
I(eut Co,ny, M, tryland. Letters to J. 
l'etiver, 1706, 1709. 3321, ff: 194, 247. 

Boreel (Adam). Corresl,owlcncc with 
J. Dury 1646, 1660. Zat. 64 ff: 37, 
40-44. 
-. Letter to S. llartlib, 1646. 
64 £ 39. 
Boreel (Jan), Dutch Amb¢ostMor 
çlan,L 3lemorial fo 'harlcs lI. i 
l»eha]f of J. Leger, 1668. Ff. I0)1, 
t: 1. 
Memorial fo Charles ll. in firour 
of the heirs of the iate Eglish resi,let 
at thc Hague, 1668. Copy. 1001, f. 22. 

Borelli (Giovanni 
cent. 2887, f. 61. 

Alft, nso) De 
aunotat i,mibus, 

17th 

Borgehlius (Joannes). 
Schroedter, 1668. 1ct. 

Let ters t.o 
ff. 5 - 14. 

Borghini (Maria Selvaggia). r.,Scivaggia 
]3orghini. 

vitw, extractus e diversorum 
philosophorum medicinoe artis, 
cent. 981, ff. 3--86. 

Borgia (GaSpal'), tt,'dbt, d. L'entrada 
dt, en Napoles, 1620. 2545, f. 40. 
Borgognoni da Lucca (Teodorico), 
Bisho2) of Cervi,. "rractats de aqua 
dicis 
15th 

------- Chirurgia major, 16th cent. 
hnperf. 389, ff. 2-76 b. 

Borignon 
medendi 
1-174 b. 
Borillius 
@j ils 
163"2. 

(Gulielmus Schopfius), of 
T. Fient tractatus de methodo 
scriptus per, 1627. 367, fl: 

(Bonificius). Epigramma tu 
Microcosmum a J. F., Soc. Jes., 
1.1, f. 4;. 

Borja, Ca,'din,,l. v. B,,rgia (Gasl,ar), 
Cm'din,,I. 

Borjia (Pad,'e Francesco). v. F,'aucis 
[de Bot.lai, 8., Duke of G«ndi«, Gc,tcrt, I 
of th« Jcsuits. 

Borlase (Edmund), SLD., of Chester. 
Letters and papers, chietly tel. to the 
Rebellion in Ireland, in 1641, late 17th 
cent. 1008. 
Commencement of hi " History 
the lrish Rebellions" late 17th cent. 
Partlg autogr. 1008, ff. 362-375. 
• Reflections on Lord çastlehaven's 
memoirs ot his engagements and carriage 
in the wars of Ireland, et,'., 162. Draft. 
1015, ff. 1-20. 
,, /,.,,fts. 
Lettersto R. Clavell, 
I00S, fl 245, 247. 

Borlase (Sir John), Lord J«sti«e of Ire- 
html. Letter to his son Dr. E. B»rla.e, 
[1642]. o08, f. 72. 

:Borlase (.lohu). l,etter tt, his brther 
i-:dmund, lt;4:Z, loS, L 

Bornettus 
,,et 

Bornius (||e,ricus), l'rofes,'o," l'hilo- 
soph,s Le,jd«ncnMs. Letter t% frt,» 1;. 
Sev«riuius, 1t;62. '2s70, f. s9. 

Borough al. Burgh (John), 'ccr«ta,'y 
to tlw Treasu,'y ; «flore,. (Lo'tcr IGw.l-«t- 
Arms. lot, k of Treasury fees, Civil 
Servi«'e estimates, etc., for he year 161p, 
tCoq». Çhas. I. :29,4. 

Borough ,,I. Burgh (5'i,. Thomas), 
,,f G,tinsborot.lh. 5ledical prescription 
for, temp. Edw. IV. 4,3, t: 340. 

Boroughs (Jonathan), 5'oldh'," et 
:lier. Charge again.-t, by Col. If. Aisopp, 
1673. ? 
«,.) 14, f. 1 5. 

Borri (Christopher). 
loto). 

v. lorr,» (Cristo- 

Borri (F. Josephus). 
Francesco). 

r. 15orro (Giuseppe 

Il'OCeS. ris 
..,.,, ff. 35-j_. 

Chy|ni .i, l. Tth ,'ent. 

Borro (Cristotbro). Note of thc mannel'S 
tt" the Cvhin Ciuese from Iris histvry, 
17th cent. 1448, A. ff. 1-3. 



68 

INDEX. 

Borro (Giuseppe Francesco). Process of 
the Inquisitiou against, 1659. 1rai. 
2721, ff. 24-57 ; 2733, ff. 5-14; 3945, 
fL 44-77. 
Verses on, by B. Severinius, 17th 
cent. 2870, ff. 69 b, 144. 
Letters to, ri'oto B. Severinius, 
1;61, 1663. Lat. 2g70, ff. 65, 145b. 

Borromeo (('ario), t'ardinal Archbishop 
of JlTlttlt. Indulgences granted on his 
canonization, 1610. Ital. 264. 

]3orromeo (Fed cri co), Cardinal A rchbi, ho/, 
of Milan. Indulgences granted at his 
instance on the canonization of S. Carlo 
lorrome% 1610. [t,I. 264. 

Borssele, Fa,,ily of. Autographs of, 
15_7. 851. 

Borthwick (Jame), of D, dk'ith. 
to Sir tl. Sloane, 1703. l,,ef. 
t: 108. 

Letter 

Borthwick (Si," John), Ambassado; fo 
1)en»utrk. Instructions to, 1550. 2442, 
f. 27. 

Borussia. v. Prussia. 

Bosgrave (James), Recusant. 
ment for high treason, 1582. 
1-13. 

Arraign- 
1132 ff. 

Bostock (N--), M.D. Letter to Sir H. 
Sloane, 1713. 4043, f. 156. 

Bo8toIl 

co. Linc. Prices of drus sol,l 
in tbe year 1315 at tbe Fait in, 15th 
cent. 783, B. f: 146. 
- - Inscriptions from the chuch, 16oi. 
3836, L 30 b. 

Boswile (Wil]iam). Owned, in 1668, 
31S. 1322. 

Boswell (Si; William), A,,bass«ào," t. 
the A'vNwr[am]z. 316. 3957 was dedi- 
cated tu, by Lord Hel-bert of Cherbury, 
in 1622. 

Botallus (Le,nardus). 
sanguinis missionem, 17th 
transi. 1642, ff: 3-99. 
De incidendæ venoe 
17th cent. Emj1. transi. 
114. 

De ,'uratione per 
cent. En:l I . 

modo, el¢. 
1642, ff. 100- 

Botany. Herbarium, cran figuris, 14th 
cent. i"mlm f. 1964, ff. 111-123 ; 
15th cent. Imperf. 71, ff. 86-109b; 
I20, fl: 1-6t b; English prose and vo'se. 
1571, ff. 17-36 b; Ff. 2401, ff: 107 b- 

132 ; Lat. 
L(tt. 3169, 
Engl. 7 44 
2-20. 

2948, ff. 1-19 b;--1573. 
fL 1-50b;--. 16th cent. 
ff: 1-9 ; Lat. 1313, ff. 

Botany 

(c¢mtinued). ynoyma herba- 
rum, llth cent 475, ff: 143-160 ;---13th 
cent. 146, ff. 69 b-72 l» ; Lat., Engl. and 
Ff. 420, fl 107-113b, 115-121 ;14th 
cent. L,t., bç. and ngl. 5 fl 4-12 b ; 
1 l. and Lat. 521, f. 23; ,,rf. 1964. 
fl 106-110 b ; t. an,l E»pll. 2479, 
ff. 90-1 ; 3550, flç 33-37 b;lSth 
cent. 121, fl 9-34 1,; Lat. and EqlL 
135, flç -6 ; 284 flç 1-4 b; Lat., .. 
and EII. 347. ff. 76-97 b; Lat. and 
E»q/l. Impe,f. 390, fl 174 b-185 b ; 
405 flk 7 17 h; hue,f. 540 A. f. 32; 
Lut., '. and EvjL hqerf. 962, fl 
10 b, 252-759 b ; Lat., Fr. and EjL 
964, ff. 63-82 ; 1067 fl 280288; 
Lat. and mdL 1571, fl 1-6 b ; . 
and Ewj1. 2401, flç 3 b-5; 2721, f. 13 ; 
2948, ff. 23-33 b ; Lut. and Engl. 354 
ff. I19-125b, 129-145b 157b;--17th 
cent. Lttt., Gr. and Engl. 79, ff. 5 
93 b ; L ,t. and Engl. 797 ; 1155, ff: 
71-80 b; Lat. and Oerm. 2998 ff: 
149-161b;--18th cent. Lat. and EI. 
4020 ff. 48-66. 
Imagines plantarum calamo de- 
scriptoe 14th cent. 335, ff. 79-82 b. 
Tract on the planting, e-, of fruit 
trees» 17th cent. 110 ff: 71-88 b. 
Observationes de sciettia l,hyto- 
logic% 17th cent. !929 ff: 12-23. 

cent, 

Hortus Adonidis et Veneris, I Tth 
1733, ff. 434-452. 

Histoire naturelle des plautes, 

cent. 

17tb cent. 1733, /Z 457 b462 b. 
lrieve racconto dt tutte le radici, 
dt tutte l'herbe et dt tutti i frutti, che 
cru,Il o eotti in Italia si mangiano, 1614. 
912. 
Catalogues of seeds and plant 
sown, 1697-1716. 3470-3475. 
Nonnulla de plantis, 17th cent. 
1941 f. 84. 

Directions for sowing seeds, 17th 
941» tZ 168-177. 

Directions for gardeners, 17th 
2261 f. 123-154 b. 

De transplantatione dissertatio, 

cent. 

17th cent. 4012. 
-Catalogues of plants, 15th cent. 
lmperf. 962, ff. 2-4 b;lTtl cent. 571 ; 
Lat. and It«L 608, ff. 245-256 ; 1103, 
B.C. ; 1229, ff. 156-220; 1797, ff. 22 b- 
38, 55-72 ; Lat. 2202; 2334 ; 2346 
23-138 I», 175-179 b ; 2354; 
2619, ff. 117-202; Im.perf. 3110, ff: 
41 -47 I, ; 4033, ff: 132-137 ;lSth cent. 
3350; 3363, tE 46-52 ; 4019 t}: 62» 64, 
134-137 b. 



INDEK. 60 

Botany («ont;nued). 

Notes of plants, 
17th cent. 3349, ff. 1-6 b. 
-- Collectanea de plantis, 18th cent. 
3207, ff. 148-209. 
- Observatiines botanicœe, 18th cent. 
2966, ff. 30-41. 
. On Horticulture, 18th cent. Ff. 
3722, ff. 119-122 b. 
, Description of a plant, 18th cent. 
4020, f. 103. 
Specimens of dried auriculas, 17th 
cent. 3254, B. 
Observationes de radice Butua, 
18th cent. 4020, ff. 16-19 b. 
Sketches of the Cuckoopiat, and 
Pilewort, 17th cent. 1009, ff: 124-126. 
Natural history of the Junil,er 
tree, 16th cent. 2172, f. 22. 
Questions concerning the Kinkina 
tree, 18th cent. 3323, f. °91. 
Observations on the diflirent sorts 
«,f mushrooms with figures of them in 
the margin, 18th cent. Ff. 231, ff. 
14-15 b. 
Description of pinopodium perenne, 
18th cent. Irai. 89, f. 22. 
Catalogus librorum botanicorum, 
17th cent. 2339, f. 1-38. 
Bibliotheca botanicorum, 17th 
cent. 2039, ff: 17-20 b. 
v. Africanus (Flaccus). 
Belgium. 
Blois, in France. 
Breynius (Jacobus). 
Browne (Sir Thomas). 
Buddle (Adam). 
Canary Isles. 
Candia. 
Charleton (Walter). 
Chelsea cv. MiddL 
China. 
Cole (William), M.D. 
Covel (John). 
Cowper (William), 31.D. 
Edinburgh. 
France. 
Fulham, co. Mi&iL 
Gerard (John). 
Hafenreffer (Matthias). 
Hampton Court, co. MiddL 
Hernandez (Francisco). 
Hillingdon, co. Middl. 
llippocrates. 
IIouston (William). 
lndia, Est. 
Jamaica. 
.lames (John), Nav, d Surgeon. 
K:empfer (Eugelbert). 
Knowles (Gilbert). 
Krieg (David). 

Lange (Johann), M.C., D.M. 

Leyden. 
Macer (Emilius). 
Magellan's Straits. 
Malabar, Jïinfldom of. 
Moehring (Paulus 
Gerardus). 

llenricu 

Morley (Christopher Love). 
New England. . 
Oxford. 
Paris. 
l'e,ver (James). 
Pitton de Tournefort (Joseph). 
Plukenett (Leonard). 
Plumier (Charles). 
Power (Henry). 
Ray (John). 
Saumur in France. 
Scheuchzer (Jean Jacques). 
Somerset (Henry), 1st D,ke of 
Beaufort. 
S«-,merset (Mary), wife of lfenr,., 
1st Duhe of Beaufort. 
Tozzi (Bruno). 
Utrecht. 
Wales. 
Waltber (Bastian). 
Woollaston (Johannes), .ll.D. 
Bot«ler al. Butl«r (Copt. Nathanael), 
Governor of the Bermudas in 162o. 
History of the Bermudas, 
A utogr. 750. 
Heads of letters written by, while 
Governor ofthe Bermudas, 1634. Autogr. 
758» ff. 1 b-2 b, 3 b. 
Answer to his information intitled 
"The unmasked face of out Colonie in 
Virginia as it was in the winter of the 
yeare 1622," 17th cent. Imperf. 1039, 
f. 92. 
. Dîscourse of marine affairs, betw. 
the High Admiral and aCaptain at sea, 
1634. partly Auto,dr. 75., ff. 3-142 b ; 
A utogr. 2449. 
- Diary of personal employments, 
16-1640. Autog,'. 758, ff. 143-173. 
Della ragione di 
by R. Etheringon, 

Botero (Giovanni). 
stato ; abstracted 
1617-1625. 1065. 
Botevile, Family of. 
16th cent. 3836, f 7. 
Botevile (Franciscus). 
cis). 

Notes relating to, 

v. Thynne (Fran- 

Bothnia, West, Procince of. Docu- 
ments relating to mining operation in, 
1723. S, ced. 3414. 

Bothwell, Eorl of. 
Botnij a (Frederik 
Letter fo, ri-oto J. 
let. 1509, f. 1. 

v. Hopburn (James). 
van), of Friesla.d. 
van P, otniia, 1556. 



7O 

INDEX. 

Botnija (Jarich van), of Fricslan& 
Thesis -« Divinum quiddam esse in mor- 
bis," 1556 1509. 

Botoner al, Worcester (William). 
v. Worcester. 

Botreaux (Margaret), wife, 1st, of 85" 
Thomas Botreaux, 2nd of Thomas, Baron 
Bul:qh of Gainsborough. Medical pre- 
scription for» temp. Edw. IV. 403, 
f. 338 b. 

Botterill (John). 
1303. 

Owned, in 1600, 

Botterill (Miles). 
1303. 

Owned, in 1602, MS. 

Bottoni (Domenico), M.D., of Messi,,«. 
Letter to Sir H. Sloan% 1701. Lat. 
4038 f. 173. 
Letter to C. Ball% 1701. Ital. 
4063, f. 92. 

Bottonus (Frederic), M.D., of 3ladrid. 
Letter fo J. Petiver, 1713. Copy. 3339, 

Bouch (John). Extracts from hiscollec- 
tion of songs, 1687. 2348, f. 34 b. 

Bouchaute (L-- T van), Ordinis 
Prœemonstratens5tm, C«nonicus Re.qularh" 
et s«ceràos op,d Gandavum. Letter 
Sir H. Sloane, 1710. Lat. 4042, f. 212. 

Boucher (.--.), Capta5 b o.f B ristol. 
Certificate of redeemed English captives 
put on his vessel, 1672. 3511, f. 166. 

Boucher (George), Surgeon, of Port 
Main, in Minorca. Letter fo J. Petiver, 
1712. 4065, f. 40. 

Boucher (Thomas), Card. 
Cantcrbury. v. Bourchier. 

Arcbp. o.f 

Bouchter (William), «LD., of C/ichester. 
Letters to Sir H. Sloane, 1724. 4078, 
ff. 244» 248-258 b. 

Boudergues (----), of St. Hilaire, betw. 
Quercy and Auvergne. Medical case, 
1685. Zat. 1302» . 135-137. 

Boulenois, Le, in Picard!/. Description 
of, late 17th cent. 1039, f. 48. 

Boulloigne (Thomas de), 
Charles VIII. of France. 
(Thomas de). 

Physician to 
v. Bononia 

Boulogne, in Pica,'dy. Letter for levy- 
ing soldiers for, 1596. Co2:,y. 33, f. 12. 

Boulton (John), Sol(lier at Tangîer. 
Charge against, for theft, 1672. 3514, 
f. 97. 

Boulton (Richard), Physi«ian. Letters 
fo Sir H. Sloane, n.d. 4058, ff: 47-49 b. 

Boulton(Samuel), "Salop." Extracts from 
magica, tamen physica 
by Dr. S. lellingham, 
(;43, ff: 1-17 b. 

his " Medicina 
late 17th cent. 
Bounot (Job). 
2630 ; 2631. 
Bourbon, F«mil,j of. 
1579-1582. 851. 

Formerly owne, l MSS. 

Autographs 

Bourbon, Duc de. v. Bourbon (Louis 
Henri de). 

Bourbon (Henri de), Duc de Montpensier. 
Horoscol)e , late 17th cent. z.. 1009, 
f. 98b. 

Bourbon (ttenri II. de), 3rd Prince de 
Cond(. Discous véritable de la naissance 
et vie de, par le Sieur de Fiesbrun, 17th 
cent. 1075. 

Bourbon (Henri «le), Prince de Dombes. 
Sonnet à, par F. Thory, 17th cent. 1768, 
f. 261». 

Bourbon (Heni Jules de), Duc d'En- 
qlie.n. Verses on him anti Arme, his 
wife, by P,. Severinius, 17th cent. 2870, 
f. 164. 

Bourbon (Louis de), Comte de S',,issons. 
Sonnet sur la mort de, par M. Gomhaul,l, 
1641. 895, f. 56. 

Bourbon (l,uis lI. de), Prince de 
Sonnet au retour de, 1660. _95, f. 16. 

Bourbon (Louis Henri de), 7Dac de 
Bourboe. Letters to Sir H. Sloan, 1734, 
1735. Ff. 3984, ff. 140-147, 163. 
-- I.etters to, ri'mn Sir H. S|oane, 
1734-1737. 3984, ff: 150, 155-162; 
4068» ff. 225, 235, 328; 4069, ff. 212, 

Bourbon (Marguerite de), wife of IIen,'i 
IL, 3rd Prince dê Cordé. Relation of 
the love «,f tlenri IV. for, by Sir W. 
Becher, 1655. 841. 
Bourchior (Thomas), ardinal Arch- 
bistwp of Canterbury. Courses at the 
feast on his enthronization, 1455. 1201, 
f. 4b. 
Medical prescription for, [1464- 
1486]. lat. 403, t: 339. 
Bourdeaux. r. Bordeaux. 

Bourdelot form,rly Michon (Pierre), 
Abb«ç Accmmt of his death» 17h cent. 
l't. 3_60, ?. 48 b. 
Bourdelot (Pierre Bonnet). v. Bonnet 
,,/'ter,. Bonnet-B, mrde]ot (Pierr o. 
Bourger (Albert). Examinatioa of, 
touehing the expedition in 1702 toCadiz 

and Vigo, 18th cent. 2496, ff. 42-54; 
2638, ff'. 1-11. 



INDEX, 71 

Bourges (Yves de), q, perior of the 
C, puchins at Surat. E. de Never's 
dialogues of the 01d Testament translated 
by, from the Portuguese and Malabar, 
17th cent. Ff. 318. 

Bourguet (Louis), Professor of Philo- 
sophy af Neuchatel. Letters to Sir H. 
Sloane 1730-1737. Ff. and Lat. 40,51, 
ff: 107-110, 274, 276; 4052, ff. 151, 
225; 4053, ff. 184, 273; 4054, ff. 46, 
273-277; 4055, ff. 22, 90 108, 209. 
Lette]" to Sir W. Thompson, 173.5. 
Lat. 4066, f. 114. 
-Letters fo, from Sir It. Sloane, 
1735-1737. Ff. 4068, ff. 277 282, 31'2. 
Bourke (Redmond), Livutetnt. Deposi- 
tion of, in a trial st "raugier, 1672. 
3511, f. 171. 
Bourn (Edward). Letter to Dr. S. 
Collius, 1683. 1823, f. 26. 
Bourn (John), M.D., of Grc«t Moorfiehl«, 
London. Letter to, ff'mu Dr. J. Knap, 
,. d. 3087, ff: 30 b-32. 
Bourne (), Boo]binder, of London. 
Letter fo, from R. Peapys, 164. 4062, 
f. 136. 

Bourne 
Letters 
Bourne (William). Art of shooting 
great ordnanee, 17th cent. 3651. 
]3ousch (Peter), of Coloyne. Letter 
-----, 1663. Lat. 203, f. 74. 

(Itenry), M.D., of C'/wsterfie/d. 
to Sir H. Sloane, 1733, 1735, 
4034, ff\ 236, 237 ; 4077, f. 342. 

iii 

to 

Bousy (Charles ,le). 
3415. 

Album» 161,8-1638. 

Boutonnet, nec,- Montpellier. 
tatio J. Astrucii de petrificatis 
repertis, 18th cent. Let. and Er. 
t\ 33. 

Boutin (-----). M(;decin d'Arujo.lëme. 
Conduitte de son remède aativn6rien, 
17th cent. 3118, ff: 665-666. 
Bouton (Marie), wife of Nicolas, Cnlc 
de Chamilly. Medieal consultation fi_,r 
1651. Lut. 2670, tt: 7-10. 
Disser- 
ibidem 
3323, 

Bouveron (5imeon), M.D. Bill for 
medicines for Capt. B. Bramlby's negroes, 
1726-1728. 3299 f. 152. 
Bovet (George), Atrentice fo J. P«t&er. 
l.etter to J. Petiver, 1701. 4063, f. 10'J. 
Bowden (Sa]nuel), JLD., of 
Letter to Sir II..';ioane 1732. 4034, f. 239. 
Bowen (John). Letter fo Lord b¢alkland, 
1626. 3827 f. 94. 
Bowe (Thomas). Owned in 1635, 315. 
.'»53. 

Bower (Richard). Receipts for making 
Coffçe and Chocolate, late 17th cent. 
64.5, f. 19. 
Bower (Dr. Thomas), P,'.,fessor of 
M,.«then«tics b Kiql's Colle:le, Aberdee,. 
Presentation of, to the Principalship of 
Marischall Coi|ege, 171. 3198, f. . 
Bower (Wîlliam). Letter to Dr. N. 
IIodges, 1674. 810» f. 570. 
Bowers (John), Co»m,o«I«r of the" 
,wrc&mt shii; "Persia." Journal of 
voyage f»om England to Surat, 1682- 
1683. 1070, ff. 1-110, passim. 
Bowers (T--). Letter to Sir H. Sloane, 
1721. 4076, f. 350. 
Bowers (Thomas), Bishop of Chicheste,'. 
l'ocre on his death, by J. Arnol,i, 18th 
cent. Lat. 3516, f. 200. 
Bowes (Joshua). Verses ott the death 
of Sir H. Sloane's brother, n.d. 3516, 
f. 1 

Bowes 
S,'otlamL 
2442, ff. 13, 140. 
Proceedings of 
n.d. 3199, f. 127. 
Bowland (John). 
16th cent. /:ct. 
Bowles (), of 

Instructions to, 1551, 

Bowles 
ruptures, 
£16. 

(Sir Robert), Commissioner t,, 
1553. 

with .lames VI., 

Medical receipts, 
117, ff. 3-24 b. 
Ton:lier. Warrants 

405.5, f. 385. 
Bowsell (John), of co. lle,.tf. IIoro- 
scope, 1665. ooo 
:Bowyer (Matthœeus) Rhelor. Invitati,) 
Lunoe rectrice, 1711 cent. 1767, f. '.. 

Tutor fo 
Letter to Sir H. Sloane, 

- Letter to Lot,! 
351 "2, f. 55. 
Bowanan (Walter), 

Middlet,u, 1GT4, 

Bowles (Sir George), Lord M,_yor qf 
£oulon. Accourir of his banquet, 16! 7. 
3959, ff. 7-15. 
Bowles (Joseph), Bodley's 
Oxford. Letter to Sir II. 51.a,,. 17"_'s. 
4049, L 204. 
Bowles (Phineas). Protest agai.st 
supplying Tangier with provisions, 167 
3511, f. 71. 
Certificate of provisions ri'oto L,,r,i 
Middleton, 1673. 3512, f. 65. 
Letter fo J. Luke, 1673. 3511, 
f. 205. 

tbr delivery of deals bought ff'oto, 1672. 
3511, f. 178. 
(Mrs. ----). Receipts f0,r 
17th cent. A«toejr. • 3.84, 



72 

INDEX. 

Boxe (Henry), of Trinity College, Oxford. 
The Christmas Ordinary at Trinity 
College;[1678-1687]. 1458, ff. 3,;b-42. 
erses in l,raise of, as their 
Founder, hy Witney scholars, 17th cent. 
1458, f. 14. 

:Boxhorn (Marcus Zuerius). 

Versus in 
efliiem L. de Dieu, 17th cent. Autoyr. 
'2. 764, f. 40. 
De Typographicoe artis inventione 
,lissertatio, 18th cent. Excerpt. 1435, 
ff. 14-15. 

:Boyerus (D--), Frewh Sur.qeon 
Amsterdam. Letter to C. Sibelius à 
Goor, 1686. Fo. 2729, f. 189. 

Boyle (Mrs. R--), of Shipl«he, co. Oxfo,'d. 
Letters fo Sir H. S]oane, n.d. 4034, ff'. 
241,242. 
:Boyle (Charles), 4th Earl of Orrer!/. 
Notes of medical visits fo, by Sir H. 
Sloane, 1722. 3984, f. 88. 

:Boyle (G--). Letter to, from B. Seve- 
rinius, [1663]. 2a70, f. 154. 

Boyle (Lionel), 3rd Earl of Orrery. 
Reports on his health in the Tower, bv 
I)rs. Sloan% Harvey and Mead, 172-.. 
3984, ff: 103, 104. 

/3oyle (Richard), 1st E,,rl of (brh ; Lord 
Treasurer o.f l"reland. Warrant t o Lords 
Dockwra and Mountnorris, 16. 3827, 
f. 175. 

Boyle (Richard), Visco,mt Dungarv.,n, 
afterw. 2nd Earl of Cork. Relation of 
the service of the troop raised by, in 
Iec. 1641, 17th c«-nt. 1008, f. 41. 

yle (Richard), 3rd Earl of Burlington. 
errer to Sir H. Sloane, 1738. 4055, 
f. 349. 

Boyle (ttn. Robert), 5th son of tlcAard, 
1st Earl of Corb. Index rerum ad artem 
medicinoe spectantium in ejus tractatu 
«te utilitate philosophioe naturalis experi- 
mentalis, 16.ïï). 623, f. 70. 
 Experiments on colours, etc., 17th 
cent. 4023, ff. 84--109. 
Extracts, medieal and chemical, 
ti'om his works, 17th cent.. 1123. 
Extracts from his physiological 
essays, 17th cent. 1135. 
= Extracts t¥om his Natural Philo- 
sophy, 17th cent. 2347, ff. 3 b-5. 
_ - Notes from his " Invitation fo the 
use of simple Medicines," 1685. 3391, 
tt: 2 b, 3 b, 4 b. 
- - Autograph, as subscriber to 
Stafford.hir. n. cf. 103.% f. 136. 

Boyle (Hon. Robert), 5rb son qf Rid, ard, 
1st Eari of C,,rk (continued). Letters to, 
ri'oto H. Power, 1662. 1326, ff. 33 b, 100. 
Letters to, ri'oto Dr. N. Highmore, 
,,. d. Drafts. 548, ff: 19 b, 21. 
Boyle (Roger), 1st Earl of Orrery. Zoro- 
astres, a tragedy, 1676. 1828, ff. 46-79. 
• Warram to grant the wardship of 
F. Wingfield to, 1660. 556, f. '-'9. 
Speech on delivering up the sword, 
as Lord Justice of lreland, to the Duke 
of Ormonde, 1662. D,'aft. 1008, f. 186. 

Boylston (John), 
Letter to, ri'oto 
.,oÆ f. 119. 

Merchant, of London. 
Lord H,ward, n. d. 

Boylston (Zabdiel), of Boston, New Eng- 
lawt. Letters fo Sir H. Sloane, 1726, 
1737. 4048, ff. 238, 241 ; 4055, f. 24S. 

Boynton (), Captain, of Tan.qier. 
Montes due froni his troop to H. H,lt, 
1663. 3514, f. 1"2. 

Boyse (Samuel), Poet. Lettvrs lo ,qil" 
H. SIoane, 173s 1739. 4056, ff. 51,141 

Boysseau (G--), of Saintone Prorince, 
France. Index to 
mausenses Scaligeri mandato eollectoe," 
17th cent. l't. 3266, f. 30. 

Boyssonnadus (G--), M.D. Corr,- 
spondence with J. de La Rivière, 15:0. 
Copies. L,t. 2089» ff: 70-73. 

Boy'us (C--). v. Boey (Cornelis), 8en. 

Brabant, D,tchy of. lnvestment of, bv 
the French, 1667. Fr. 1519, f. 245. " 
Metrical description of the 
character of the natives, 17th cent. 
Belg. 2764, f. 122. 

:Bracciano, Dukes of. 
v. Orsini (Flavio). 
Orsini (Paolo Giordano). 

Braeeiolini (Poggio), of Florence. Face- 
tiarum liber, 15th cent. 327, ff. 77- 
125 b. 
Versus a,i, ab A. Beccatello, 16th 
cent. 2987, f. 44. 

Bracesco (Giovanni). De alchemia dis- 

1068, ff. 1-127. 
vitoe, 1585. 2528, ff- 
cent. Enfll. 3614, ff. 

logi duo, 1548. 
Lignum 
66-89 ;--17th 
1-12o. 

.R. Taula, lani animadversio in Gebr i 
iuterpl'etati,,nem ,-.iu«, 16lb cent. 
ff: :7-107. 

Braeke, of co. Nof., t'«»;ly off Form.rl v 
,,wned 31,,i. I,; 1 .q. 



INDEX. 73 

Bradbury (John). Letter to Sir H. 
S]oane, 1722. 4034, L 249. 
:Bradbury (Silas), Apotheca,'y, of Windsor. 
Letter to Sir H. Sloaae, 1719. 4034, f. 247. 
Braxibury (Thomas), b,'other of Silas. 
l.etter to Sir H. Sloane, 1720. 4034, 
f. 248. 

Braddick (----), Merch«,t. Scheme of 
his daughter's natîvity, by Dr. F. 
P, ernard, 17th cent. 1707, f. 20. 

Braddon (-----), of Cornwall. Horoscope, 
1657. 2282, f. 2. 

Braddon (Lawrence), Barrister. 
to Sir H. Sloane. 1721. Imperf. 
f. 296. 

Letter 
4047, 

Bradford (John), Prebenda,.g ,,f St. 
Paul's, burned at S, nithfield in 1555. 
Prayer for the remission of sins, 17th 
cent. 182, ff. 2-6. 
Comparmon between the Old Man 
and the :New, 17th cent. 3205, f. 9. 
. Observations on his vie.s of elec- 
tion, 17th cent. 3205, f. 91. 
Verses in his honour, 17th cent. 
1 96, f. 24. 
Bralford (Samuel), Bsl, op of Rochester. 
El,itaph by J. Arnold, 18th cent. 3516, 
f. 196. 

Bradloeus (Thomas), lhetor. poera 
Martis, metrice, 17th cent. 1767, f. 10 b. 
Bradley (-----), of T«ngier. Proceediags 
of, as to Sir H. Mildmay's estate, 1668. 
3510, ff. 31, 38. 
Bradley (Babington), JLD., of Leicesto'. 
Letters to Sir H. Sloane, 1703, 1708. 
En:ff. an,l Lat. 4034, ff. 246, 250. 
Bradley (James), of lVakefield. Letter 
to S. I:ere, 167. 2723, f. 34. 
Bradley (Rev. James), Astrvnomer Royal. 
Letterto-----Howard, n.d. 4066, f. 260. 
Bradley (Mary), widow o.f 1),.. Rich«rd 
Bradley, Profes»or of Botny at Cam- 
bd&de. Petition to Sir H. Sloane, [1732]. 
4058, f. 49. 
Bradley (R--l. Letter to ir H. Sloae, 
n.d. 4058, f. 57. 
Bradley (Dr. Richard), Professor of 
Bot, my or Cambridge. Letters to Sir H. 
Sloane, 171-172 and n.d. 196., f. 
20; 4045, f. 352; 4046, f. 251; 4047. 
f. 71 ; 404, ff. 211, 319; 404.b ff. 31, 
38; 4058, ff: 50-56 b. 
Lettrs (some ined D. "- 
George Grant)to J. Petiver, 1714-1715. 
oo 58-67 b, 73, 76, 7., 
33.., ff: 49, r.., 
84, 87, 152-155 ; 4065, ff: 146, 156, 01. 

Braxtshaigh (5'if Roger), 3,'d Bart., of 
H,,(qh, near |l']qan. Letter to Sir t. 
Sloaue, 1734. 4053, f. 229. 

Bradshaw (Capt.-----). Alchymieal 
l,owder, 17th cent. 739, f. 51 b. 

Braz:lshaw (George), of Kireton, ne«r 
M(n«field. Letter to his son, [1719]. 
4076, f. 76 b. 
Letter fo Sir ]..loane, [1719]. 
4058, f. 60. 

:Bradshaw(John). Letter to his grand- 
father, J. Wallington, 1628. 922, f. 76 b. 

Bradshawe (John), P,.es;dent .f the 
buncil of,qtate, l,etters to Lord Fairfitx, 
signed by, 1649, 1650. 1519, ff. 197, 214. 

Braoetshawe (Peter). 
Copy. 1446. f. 36. 

Poem, 17th cent. 

Braœlshawe (Robert), Collector of C,s- 
toms at ('hichester. Account of trade at 
Chichester, 18th cent. 3329, f. 114. 

Bradwardine (Thomas), Archbishop qt 
C«nterbury. I)e arte memorativa, 15th 
cent. 3744, ff. 7 b-9. 

Bradwell (tephen), M.D. Medical re- 
ceipts, late 17th cent. 1}87, fi 59 !,. 

Brady (Robert), LD., Re:lht.¢ Professor 
of Physic at C,,mbrid,./e, and )ILP. fo,. th«t 
Uni'ersity. Apl,ointment «,f, as Dputv 
Professor, by Dr. F. Glisson, 167.. 

2251, f. 19. 
Auswers to 
of Dr. F. Glisson, 
249-255. 

medical disputati,,ns 
1653. 3310, ff: 121, 

Bram (William). 
362. 

Owned, in 1574, 31S. 

Bragg (Ann). Letter to Sir H. Sloanê, 
1689. 4078, f. 283. 

Bragg (William), of J«ma;ca. Letter to 
Sir H. Sloaue, 169. 4036» f. 47. 

Braham (Jack). Verses to, by Dr. Baeon, 
17th cent. 396, f. 7. 

Brahe (Antonio), a 
London. Autograph 
3416, f. 57. 

Dune residind in 
in album, 1610. 

Brahe (Steno), Re:lent of Denma,'k. 
letter to Qu. Elizabeth, 1594. 
î. 32b. 

Royal 
3269, 

Brahe (Tycho), D(mih Astronomer. 
mundi .therei recentioribus phoenoneni 
liber secnndus, 17th cent. 178. 
Tablo or" the most notable lixe,I 
stars in ea«h constellation, aeeording to. 
161) 1. 3881, ff. 106 b-109. 



74 

INDEX. 

:Brahe (Tycho), Danish Astronomer (con- 
tinueà). Extract relative to the original 
MSS. of his astronomieal obsetwations 
and to copies of them by Keppler, 17th 
cent. Lat. 427, f. 46. 
Braithwaite (George), soldier st Tan!lier. 
Charge against, for theft, cire. 1671. 
3514, f. 66. 
Braithwaite (Richard). v. l;rathwaite. 

Brakelonde (Joceliuus de). r. Joeelinus, 
de .Brahelond«. 

Brakindemensis al. :Brekendale 
(Nicolaus), Grammaria,. Commentarius 
in Blarbodoei "liber lapidum" 14th cent. 
340, ff. 1- 34 b. 
:Brame (Matthoeus de). Notes relative t% 
17th cent. 1429, f. 92. 

Bramhall (John), Bishop 

of De,'.ry, 
ofterw. ArchbisD, p of Ar,mgh. Of liberty 
and neeessity against some opinions of 
T. ltobbes» 1645. 1012, ff. 1-16. 
Vindication of truc liberty from 
atecedent and extrinsical necessity 17th 
cent. 1012» ff. 117-164. 

Bramhall (Sir Thomas), B,,rt. Letters 
to Dr. E. Borlas% I679. 1008, ff. 215 
Oo 1 

Bramlby (Cat. Bed). Bills for medi. 
cines for his negroes, 1726-172-. 329% 
ff'. 152-155. 

Brampston (S;r John), Chier Justice of 
the lfing' Bench. v. Bramston. 

Brampton (Thomas), S.T.D., Fratrum 
Minorum Confessor. Metrical para- 
phrase of the seven penitential Psalms,- 
16th cent. 1853. 

Bramston (Sir John), Jun., M:P. for 
M«Iden. Royal letter commendatory of, 
to be High Steward of ]Ialden, 1661. 
856 f. 26 b. 
Bramston (Sir John), Sen., Chier Just;ce 
of the lfing's Bewh. Argument on 
Hampden's case of shipmoney, 1635. 
3933, ff. 316-323. 
Brancion (.lohannes), .Vobilis Burffuwlus. 
Testamentum, 1575. Lxtract. 2764, 
f..'22. 

:Brandenburg, Duchy of. 
Brandenburgica, 1719, 1720. 
27-29. 
Eh'cto,'s of. Fredêric William. 
lloroscope, 16_0..-,°°a° f. 21. 
Letter to Charles II. rel. to 
the shipwreck of an Englisl merchant 
vessel off the Duchy of Sleswick 1662. 
Lat. I00I, f. 7. 

Collectanea 
O  
.88ti, tt'. 

Brandenburg, Electors of (contnued). 
Memorial of his ambassador in England 
on the alliance proposed to, 1668. 
1001» f. 19. 
Letter to Charles II., re- 
calling his minister M. de Bran,I h 1668. 
Copy. 1001 f. 23. 
- Letter to Charles II., 1669. 
1519, f. 226. 
- - Correspondence of his chief 
physicians with C. Drelincourt, 1674. 
3923 ff. 1-8. 
Brandenburg-Anspach, l,rgra«es 
of. Albert Frederic. Letter to Qu. 
Ëlizabeth, 1569. L,t. 3299, f. 5. 
George Frederie. Letters 

 Regent of 
1579. Lat. 
Letter 

Prussia, to Qu. Elizabeth, 
3299, ff: 6, 8. 
to his Council for the 

Regency of Prussia, from Qu. Elizabeth, 
1595. Lat. Copy. 3299, ff. 21-23 b. 
Brandenburg-[Anspach] (Charles 
William Frederic), Comte de. Letter 
to Sir H. 5]oane, n.d. E,'. 4058, f. 62. 
Brandeston (Mary), of Crostwic, co. 
Norf. Letter to Dr. S. Wall, 1669. 
1731, A. f. 46. 
Brandling (Charles). Appointment of 
a S«rgean-Major in his regiment, 164il. 
1519, f. 179. 
Brandolini (Aurelio), called Liipo , i,f 
Florece. Christian patience or fooEitude 
both moral and divine, 18th cent. 789. 

Pedigree, 17th 

Brandon, 
cent. 1429, f. 44 b. 

Brandon (-----), Monk. Verses in praise 
of G. Marrowe's alchemical processes, 
1437. 3687, f. 11 b. 
Brandon (Charles), 1st Duke of Suffolk. 
Tale on the subject oÇ by G. Bonnivert, 
late 17th cent. Er. 1009, ff. 287-312. 
Letter fo, from Sir G. Douglas, 
] 54. 3199, f. 82. 
Brandon (Charles), M.D., of Ma.idenhead. 
Ob:ervationes et casus mediei 1597, 
1598. 166. 
Brandon (Edward), M.D. On pregnancy, 
t«mp. Jas. 1. 356. 
Brandon (Thomas  sou of Charles Bran. 
don, LD. Formerly owned MS. 166. 
Brandreth (Richard). Owned, in lt;03, 
.M._% 2466. 
Brandt (? Johann Arnold de), Enroy 
traordinary f vm Brandenbwg to 
Memorial relative to the alliance pro- 
posed to the Elector, 1668. Ff. 10ol, 

f. 19. 
- Letters o recail 1668. 
1001, f. 23. 



INDEX. 75 

Branthwayt (John), LD. Letter to 
Sir H. Sloane, 17o0. 4026, f. 439. 

Brassan (----). Letter to, from Sir 
H. Sloaue, 17 t3. Ff. Draft. 4068» f. 83. 

Brassart (), 
----- Lambert, 
4066, f. 2. 

$[adame. Letter to 
1726. Fr. [mperf . 

Brastberg (Kilian). Autograph in al- 
bum, 1608. 3415, f. 31. 

Brathwaite (Richard). Verses attri- 
buted to, entitled « The hlmting of the 
hare," 17th cent. 1792 f. 105. 

Braun (Jacob), Reipublicoe Elbingensis 
l'ree/s (sic). Criticism of Bacon's Novum 
Orgamam addressed to, by D. M ylius, 
17th cent. Lat. 427, ff. 102 b-119 b. 

Braundon (William), of lt'noll, oe. Warw. 
Formerly owned MS. 2027. 

Braunschw eig (Hieron),mus), of Strass- 
/mr.q. Handiwork of surgery, 16th cent. 
3939. 

Braut (L---), of L«yd«,. Thesis for a 
medical degree at Ley«len, 1592. 64, 
ff: 112b-I14. 

Bravus (Joa,nes), Profcssor of «lIcdiciac 
,a ,%borumc«. Nedica| treatises, 1582. 
l".at. 366 ff. 137-15. 

Brawde (Thomas). Collection of medi- 
ciues for meu and hoses, 15th 
lmperf. 372. 
Bray (Thomas), tbuMcr of the Societies 
for t,romoti. Clristiaa Kno«-ledge and 
for propagathg the Gospel in Foreign 
Parts. PapersreIatiug to, 1731. 4051 
ff. 310-314 b. 

Braybroke, ,Family of. 
13th cent. 986. 

Cartularium, 

Braye (John). Practica medicinm, 14th 
cent. 521, ff. 128-159 b. 
- Pilluloe ad omnia ruinera ubi- 
cunque, 14th cent. 521 f. 159 b. 
- Synonyma de nominibus herbarum, 
15th cent. 282, f. 167 b-173 b. 
Brayer (Sicolaus). Prescription pour 
la Comtesse de R«ussy, 17th ceuX. 15;2, 
f. 35. 

Brayne (J-- P--). 
l'hilippus). 

Brazil, Empire of. 
vincia d% 17th cent. 

v. Breynius (Joannes 

Tractado «la pra- 
2026. 
Ilistory of J. de Lery's voyage to, 
in 1577, translated by Dr. D. Foote, 
1674. 608 ff. 151-191 b. 

Brazil, Empire ,f (continued). Letters 
patent from Henri IV. of France, and 
or01inances and commissions relating t, 
the colonization of, 1602-1610. 173, 
ff: 3 b-8. 
Excerpta e G. Maargravii hist«ri: 
naturali Brasileoe, 17th cent. 1554. 
horto 

Catalogus herharum in 
Brasiliensi crescentium, I 7th cent. 
80-225. 

Sailing course ri'oto Cape 
t% and al0,ng its coast 17th cent. 
ff. 1-15. 

Verde 

- 8ailing course to, ri'oto the isle of 
Sautiago, 17th cent. oooo__. f. 39 b. 

Breach (William), M.D.,of Christ Chu,'ch, 
Oxford. Letters to Sir H. Sloane, n. ,1. 
4034, ff. 254-259. 

]3read. Weight» for weighing bread, 
late 15th cent. 747, f. 60 b. 

Breadebancke (--.), of 2¢ottin.qh,m. 
Receipt for stopping a flow of blood, 
16tin cent. 75, f. 185. 

Breda, in the ..V«tlwrl«ŒEEs. Correspond- 
ente of the University with the Count 
Nassau Diilenbnrg, 1651. Lot. 427, 
59-64. 

:Breda, Treaty of. Forms fin" COml,re- 
hending certain states il, the treaty il" 
Charles II. with t he kings of France an,l 
Ienmark, and the Uuit.ed l'rvinee., 
1667. Lat. 1001, f. 1. 
- Protest against the Fren,.l 
overnor of Barbados for non-compli- 
ance with, 1668. Ff. an, l EngL 151:,, 
ff: 234 236. 
Brederode, F«mily of. Autographs ,,f, 
in album 1579-1582. 851. 

Brederode (Reynhout de). Verses t,, 
F. Rapheleng, 1582. Lat. draft. 2764, 
f. 171. 
Bredwell (Stephen), Physician of London. 
Diarium practicum, 1592-1607. 275. 
• woeful case 
delirerance, 

written by, 1603. 
:13rekondale (N--). 
(Nieolaus). 
Bremen, Dd,y of. 

M. Glover's late 
together with hêr .ioyful 
831. 

r. Brakin,lemensis 

Collectanea de, 18th 

cent. 2886, ff. 30-34. 
Brémond (Franç.ois de), k 
Royale «les Sciences, Paris. 
Sir H. Sloane, 1739, 1740. 
ff. 145, 259. 
Letter to, ri'oto Sir 
17 ,-9 « Ff. 4069, f. 32. 

l'Ac, Mnh" 
Letters 
Ff. 4056, 

H. bloan% 



76 

INDEX. 

Brenner (Elias) Numisrnata Suecorum 
,'ollecta et depicta ab, 1674. 3425. 

Brent (Sir Nathanael). W'«rden of Merton 
Col/eg«, Oxford. Extracts from his 
translation of Fr'à P. Sarpi's history of 
the council of Trent, by Lord Derby, 

1645. 874, ff. 17 b-89. 
Brentford and Forth, E:t,.l of. v. 
Ruthven (Patrick). 
Brereton, of I,'ereto,, Fa,ni/y of. 
Formerly'owned MS. 285. 

Brereton (Sir John), Kiuj's Se,je,,nt, 
,rrelond. Legal opinion on questions 
submitted by Lord Falkland, 1627. 

3827, f. 104. 
Breslau, in Silesia. 
cinœe, a quodam 
17th cent. Engl. 

Cornpendium medi- 
M. D. Vratislaviensi, 
208. 

------- Synops]s annalîum phy.ico-medi- 
corum Wl'atislaviensium, Jan.- Jun., 
1725. 4078, ff. 160-163. 

Bressey (). Méthode pour bien 
dresser les chevaux, 1668. 3741. 

Brest (Vincent). Letters to Sir H. Sloane, 
1728, n.d. Ff. and Engl. 4049, f. 212 ; 
4058, f. 64. 
Bret (-), Faculttls .Iedicbæ in Uni- 
versitate Pa»isiensi mçor apparitor et 
scriba. Letters to Sir H. loane, 1741. 
Lat. and Ff. 4056, f. 360; 4057» f. 36. 

Brewer (Samuel), Botanist. Letters to 
Sir H. Sloane, 1728-173. 4050, ff'. 
1, 24, 35, 120, 172,- 4051, ff: 12, 166, 
265, 267 ; 4052, ff. 125, 158; 4053, ff'. 
30, 264; 4054, ff. 17, 134, 152, 166; 
4076, f. 340. 
• Lettcr to Dandridge, 1731. 
4051, f. 266. 
Letter to, from J. J. Dillenius, n. d. 
4066, f. 322. 

Brewer (Thomas). 
Scheuchzer, 1727. 

Letter to Dl'. J. G. 
4066» f. 9. 

Brewse (D:«me 5usanna), daughter of 
Cliperbye Gawdy, and w(fe of Sir Jo/,n 
Bre'wse of rfe«tt¢. Letter to 
herwood, circ. 1640. 118, f. 120. 

Brewster (Christopher), of Burnha,,, 
co. Norf. Letters to J. Petiver, with 
list of curiosities sent him by the saine, 
1712. 3321, ff. 286, 287 ; 4065, f. 50. 

Brewster (," Francis), Alderm,,n of 
Dublin. Letter to W. Sloane n. d. 
4066, f. 270. 

Brewster (John), Beadle of the Apothe- 
caries' Society. Letter to Sir H. Sloane, 
1707. 4040, f. 378. 

Breynius (Dr. Jacobus). Catalogue of 
seeds sent fo, 18th cent. 3323, f. 45. 
Letter to J. Petiver, n.à. 4066, 
f. 271. 

4042, 
OOO 
147 ; 
250 ; 

ff: 344-351 b; 4043, ff. 98, 197, 

4044, .f. 171; 4045, . 33,117, 
4046, ff. 1, 110 ; 4048, 110, 214, 

4049, ff. 130, 252; 4050, ff. 90, 

234; 4051, ff: 25, 102, 240, 242; 4052, 
ff. 12, 106, 166, 324 ; 4053, ff. 4, 321 ; 
4054, f. 108 ; 4055, f. 232 ; 4056, ff. 96, 
137, 277, 286, 348; 4057, f. 61, 79, 140. 

Letters to, ri-oto Sir H. Sloane. 
1737, 1740. 4068, f. 321 ; 4069, f. 45. 

Brewer (----). Information respect.inc 
the cause of Episcopacy, 1640. 1467, 
ff: l 5-138. 
Brewer (-----), LD., of IIun,jar!/. 
Medical case of Count F. Chaki» 1667. 
L,d. 2880, f. 223. 
Brewer (James), M.D., of Readiw3. 
Let.ters to Sir tt. Sloano, 1_99-170¢). 
4025 ff'. 51-61. 

.oo ff. 1, 
Brewer (----). The harmony of .«, 16, 32, 156-160. 
heavenly mysteries answerable each to Letters to Sir H. Sloane, 1704- 
other, according to, 17th cent. 64.% 1742. Fr., .EngL and Lat. 3984, L 
152. 274; 4026, f. 245; 4039, ff. 282, 369; 

Brevint(Charlotte). Grant to, ofletters 
of naturalization, 1682. Lat. 2655, 
f. 155. 

Bretten (Mary), of Long Acre, London. 
Letter to, concerning treatment of plague- 
infected persons, circ. 1678. 2151, f. 
27 b. 

Breynius (Joannes Philippus), filius 
Jacobi. Observatio botanica, 18th cent. 
4025, f. 62. 
• Historia naturalîs cocci radicum 
tinctorii emendata, 18th cent. 4026, 
f. 3. 
Letters to J. Petiver, 1694, 1713 
an,l n. d. Orig. and Copies. Lat. 
3321, ff. 9-13, 24, 53, 87, 91, 101, 106, 
116, 120, 122, 124, 138, 177, 266, 270 

Brett (Sir Ro). Verses on his tomb, 
by F. Thory, 17th cent. 1768, f. 88. 

cent. 1303, ff. 60-71. 

Breton (Nicholas). Poem called,,"The Letter to, fi-«:m J. Petiver, n. d. 
Countesse of Penbrookes passion, 16th 4067, f. 81. 



INDEX. 77 

Briasson (----), Boohsellcr or l'cris. Briganti (Auuibah), l'hysici,,a of Chicti. 
Letters te Sir H. S]oane, 1743. Ff. Translation of N. Monarde,' tracts on 
4057, ff. 181, 198, 202, 218. medical substances imported frein the 
• Letters te, from Sir H. Sloane, West Indies and ou remedies agaiust 
174:î, 1743. Ff. 4069, ff. 75, 76. poison, 17th cent. lt, d. 253. 

Brice 
2282, f. 22. 

). llorosc«Te , 1654. 

Brice (Emund). Translation of T. 

Mundanus' reply te E. l)ickensan on tbe 
,.uintessence b( t.he Philosophers, ci,'c. 
1692. 3762, ff: 32-63. 

Bricius, 8., lçpis,:opus et Confesser. 
l.egenda de, 15th cent. 1936, f. 84b. 

Briekenden (Richard). Owned in 16s. b 
MS. 167. 

Bride, 5'. v. Bridger, S. 

BrideweI1. v. London. 

Bridge (Thomas), Modcrator ou beh«lf 
the [nhabitants of New Providawe. Let- 
ter te the [tuke of Albemarle, 1658. 
3984 f. 166. 
Bridgeman (Capt. Richard), 
of the " Turkey Met'chant '" of Locales. 
Journal of voyage te Antigua, 1689. 
97s, ff: 49-58 b. 
Bridgeman (Si,. Orlando), Lord lteeper. 
Letter te J. Rushtorth, 1647. 1519, 
f. 172. 
Speech on opening Parliament, 
1667. 3251, L 7. 
Bridges (John), ltookseller, of Ox.fo,'d. 
Letters te Sir H. Sienne, 1697, 1721. 
4036, f. 369; 4046, f. 95. 
Bridgo (William). lVork»ma te A. 
Godfrey. Letter te Six" H. Nloane, 1723. 
4046, f. 362. 
Bridges (Wil[iam), 'ecret,.y of the 
St, trop Oltice. Letter t,» Sir H. Sloane, 
1735. 4054, 15 60. 
Bridget, 8, Priucess u/ A'ericia in 'wc- 
des. "Etracta de libris Revelationum 
Dei Beate Birgitte," 15th cent. 92. 
• Legend of t. Bride's orisons, 15th 
cent. 3548, f. 118 b. 
The fifteen prayers of, 17th cent. 
467, ff. 28-36. 
Bridgewater, ce. Soin. Accourir of 
an earthquake at, by H. Heathfield, 
1680. 3822, f. 170 b. 
Bridgman (Col.-----). 
his Coml»any till 1 May, 
tE 1 b, 36 b. 
BrîcUington (Jvhn de), S., Prier of 
lb'idlbdtOn. Prophecies, 17th cent. 
1802. 

Accompts of 
168s. 2280, 

Briggs (Henry), P,'ofesso," of Geom..t,',.t 
at Gresham ('ollegc. Logarithmorum 
.Printcd an, l 

chilias prima, 17th cent. 
MS'. 917, ff. 66-77 b. 
Gencral use of his 
by E. Gunter, 17th cent. 

Logarithms, 
910. 

Briggs (William), $LD., .Phys&bot iv 
IViilh, m III. Letters te him, 1681. 
123, ff: 2, 6, 7, 7 b» 10. 

Brightman (----). Medical receil,t» 
for, 1681. 1485, ff: 109, 110, 112 b. 

Brigstocke (0--), of Car,,utrth«n. Let- 
ter te Sir H. Sloane, 1731. 4052, 

Brinck (Williatn), ,S'ecretary fo Lady 
PortlaM. Letters to Sir It. Sloane, 
170, 1726. 4045, ff. 345, 351 ; 4046, 
f. 17 ; 4048, f. 206. 

Briot (-----). Extracts I'roi|l his M isccl- 
Iauea, relating te Natural Science, 1t;26. 
l,'r. 3426, ff: 1-28. 

Briscoe (John). Satirical translation ,,f 
his congratulatory poein on William III., 
17th cent. 1709, f. 116. 

Brissia (Guliermus de). 
Brixieusis. 

v. Gu|ielmus, 

Brissotus (Petrus). (uoedam de veuoe 
sectione ex, 17th cent. 3118, |E 232-- 

Bri8tol, cos. «;lotc. unt/ ,5'oto. Account 
«,f by G. Bonnivert, late 17th cent. Ff. 
1028, ff: 71 b, 84, 87 b. 
Account of the effects of the water 
o|" fit. Vincent's Well in a variety of 
cases, by a medical practitioner, cicc. 
164). 640, ff. 34o-351. 
Letter on the cures at St. Vincent's 

Well, ch'c. 1640. 73, f. 110. 
Letters relative to the 
t,t 164. 1519, ff. 60, 61. 
Warraut for leasiug 
31anor in, 
85t;, f. 8. 

condition 

te Sir B. Gascoigne, 1661. 

Bristol, L'ishÇp of. ,,. Thornborough 
(John). 

Bristol, Ea,'l of. v. Digby 

Bristow (Th,,mas), Ro,n,tn 
l'r&t. Arraignment for high 
1582. 1132, ff'. 1-13. 

Catholic 
treason 

Britain. v. England. 



78 

INDEX. 

Brito (Gulielmus), Monk of Joche Abl,ey, 
co. York. Vocabularium Biblie, 13th 
cent. 3319. 

Brittanicus. Letter thus signed to Sir 
It. Slvane, n.. ,!. 4058, f. 65. 

Brittany. 
l;ritannioe A rmoricanoe, 16th cent. 
f. 185. 
--- Description of, late 17th 
1039, f. 73. 

Excerpta e magua historia 
1301, 

cent. 

Broadgate (Richard). Royal htters fo 
the Dean and Chai,ter of Gloucester 
commeudatory of him to be Almsman, 
tcmp. Chas. II. 856, f. 34 b. 

Broborgius (Nicolaus Erasmi). Letter 
to, fi'om B. Severînius, 165'.t. 87(t. 
f. 63. • 

Brocard (. 
.. d. l"t. 

). Lutter to Sir 1[. h,anc, 
4t58 t: 67. 

Brochebourde (Peter), of »5Ta,n. 
te'rs to E. Koemt,fer , 1690. Dtt(ch. 
1: :209; 3t;64, f. 23. 

Let- 
291(, 

Brock (Francis), M.D. l'bysical an,l 
philosophical collections, 17th cent.. 
Autogr. 1064. 
Answer to a thesis of Dr. F. Glisson, 
1653. L:tt. 3310, ff: 211-217. 

Brocket (W[llia]m), t'lerk fo the «ovc,'- 
hors of Christ's IIspit, d, Lo,don. Letters 
fo Sir H. Sloaue, 1740. 405, ff. 239, 
261. 
Brockwell (--.), M.D. Answers fo 
theses of Dr. F. Glisson, 17th cent. Lat. 
3307, ff: 63-68, '210-'212. 
Brodeus (Jo---). Formerly owned MS. 
2412. 
Brodrick (L,td. Alice), «htwhtcr o f Ahm, 
1st Viscount Midleton. Letter to Sir H. 
S|oane, I732. 4052, f. 142. 
Brodrick (Mary), nire of Al«n, 2nd 
Viscount lidleton. Letter fo, from ber 
brother, Lord Es:ex, n.d. 4066, f. 295. 

Broeeke (Petrus Adrianus van den), 
Professor of Public Elvquence at Pisa. 
Compendium orationis de Virgine 
assumpta habîtoe ab, 17th cent. 524» 
8-20 b. 

Broekhuisen (Jan van). Scholia in 
antiquas inscriptiones per S. V. Pigbium 
ex autographo descriptoe, 17tla cent. 
3269. 

Broke. v. Brtke. 

Brom(-----),M.D. Formuloe remediorum 
receptx ex, 15'5. 574, A. f. 32 b. 

Bromefield Manor, c,. Deg».th. Ob- 
jections by the geutlemon of co. lenbigh 
to the grant of, to Lord Portland, 1695. 
3962, f. 53. 
Bromelius (Maguus), 3LD., Collejii 
Ieyii I[,dmcnsis Adse.«sor. Letter tu J. 
Petiver, 1709. Fr. an,| Let. Orbj. and 
Trund. 3337, f. 70; 464, f. 19. 

Bromfield (----), of ]l,,lbor,,, London. 
Letter to ri-oto Lady Leicester, [1698- 
1702]. 407, £ 184. 

Bromhall (Richar,1). 
MS. 95. 

Formerly owned 

Bromley (George), Juu. 
owne,l M,q 1521. 

Formerl v 

Brom]ey 
owned MS. 1521. 

&n. Former]y 

Bromley (Thoma.-). "Sermon l'rot,, 
Mouut Olive," 17th cent "ç'* f: 78. 

Bromley (William), Sec,'et, try qf Stac. 
Letters fr,,n Vienna to, ff'oto S. Clemenl, 
1713, 1714. 3all, ff. 42 b-9n, l;«ssim. 

Bromsall (Thomas), of Bl,t,th«,,t near 
Bi!lglesw,,I«. Letters to Sit tI. Sloauc, 
1732, 173f 452, f. 117 ; 4055, £ 35. 

Bromwich (Anthony), M.D. Letter to 
Sir Il. Sloane, 1£95. 4t)36, f. 207. 

Bromwîch (E,l,n,m,l). l.etters to J. 
Petiver, 1710-1713, an,! n. d: 4064, ff'. 
-o0, 260; 4065, f. 139; 4ç, i6, f. 273. 
Bronchone (I[eurirk van). Acku,,w- 
ledgment of receil,t of mey from by 
the Burgomasters of I.eydeu 1573. 
Dutch. 2764, L 195. 
BrUus (Johannes), l'rofessor Public;v 
Eloqucnt& in Ac¢,,nht ad Albim. Col- 
legium progymnasmatico - oratorium, 
1678. 1371, ff: 1-73 b. 
roino, Il. e. A]bri (Agnolo), ¢,lhd 
« Il Bronzino." 

Brook (William). Papers and letters on 
education, 17th cent. 1466, passbn. 

Brooke, B«ron. v. Greville (Francis). 

Brooke, Barons Cobh, tm. Pedigree, 17th 
cent. 1429, f. 100 b. 
Brooke (Si," Bazill), Gove,',w," of Done!/al 
Town aal Castle. Petition t« Lord 
Falkland, n.d. 3827, f. 20l. 
Brooke (Chid), of ]few 'o,.1:. Letter 
to Sir tl. Sloaae, 1695. 4)36, f. 211. 
Brooke (l)arid), Ch/of l?aron of the L'«- 
clwq.uer. Letter to the University of 
Cambri,lge. 1556. Lat. COT, J. 3562, 
£67. 



INDEX. 

79 

Brooke (Henry), 8th Ba,'on 
Horoscope, 1564-1601. 1697, f. 55. 
Brooke ([umphrey), M.D., Folio:c, of S't. 
Jol, n's Colle,je, Oxford. "Conservatory of 
health," circ. 1650. Extracts. 11 
228, 229, 240, 244, 245, 248-251 b. 
Brooke (Ralph), York He,'al, l. Excerpts 
ff-oto his book of visitations of churches, 
16th cent. 1301, f. 377. 

Brooke (William), 5th B,t,.ou Cobh,«m. 
|nstructions to, as Amba.sador to the 
Low (.'ountries, 1578. 2442, f. 89. 

Brookes (Sir Bazill). v. Brooke. 

Brookes (Dr. Thomas), Preacher af l.'ish 
Street H'll. A defence of the new 
Directory, 1647. 55» ff: 21-69 b. 

Brooksby (Thomas Forbes), M'.D., 
IVcstminster. Letter to Sir 
n.d. 4058, f. 69. 
Brotius (Arnold). Letter to Dr. '. 
Kinner, 14.. Lat. Copy. 649 I; '_';. 

Brouckhttaius 
huiseu. 

(,lames). t,. 

Brough (). " In,lents" ff, r stores 
for Tangier, 1661. 1956, ff. 90-93. 

Broughton (Elizabeth), widow of Sir 
B,'i, tn Brotujhton, 3,'d Bart., of Brou.,Ihton. 
l'ostscript to a letter frmn her al,(,the- 
cary to Sir H. Sloane, 1739. 4078, f. 
206 b. 
• Lettel" t., Sir H. SIoane, 17.. 
fmperf. 403 , L 2;5. 
Broughton (ttugh). Wol-ks, lth cent. 
3088. 

Broughton (Johannes) Disl,utationes 
in libros Aristotelis de generatione et 
corruptione, 1604. 2583. 
rotm (-----), M.D. Dictata co|legii 
theoretici de medicina, 1693. 3872. 

Broubell (John), M.D., Physi«ian in 
Paris. Letter to Sir H. Sloane, 1733. 
4053, f. 23. 
:Brou.neker (William), 2nd l'iscount 
Bromwker. Alchemical process, 17th 
cent. 3733, f. 70 b. 
Letter fo, from Sir C. Wren, 1663. 
2903 ff. 104-106. 
Notice of the election of his suc- 
cessor, as Presi,lent of the Royal Society, 
1677. 1942, ff: I-3. 
:Brourte (Alexander). 3Iedical common- 
place book, 163. 1811. 
Brow3:l (Dr. Horoscope of his 
twin sons 166. 
--.«, f. 3 b. 

:Brown (J--), of Paris. Letter to Sir 
H. Sloane, [173.]. 4052, f. 69. 
Brown (John), ,S'u,',.ICon in Ordin,»'y fo 
Ch, trles H. and William [IL Syllabus 
musculorum in theatro Chirurgico Lon- 
,linensi exhibitorum, 17th cent. 1761, 
ff: 74 b-85. 
- Letter to, ri'oto Dr. Il. Power, 
1668. 3515, f. 59. 
Brown (John), Phih»mtth. Descrii,tion 
and use of an or(linary joint raie, 167¢;. 
911, fl 65-83. 
Brow'n (Ricar,lus), Bacula»q«s. Formerly 
owned MS. 3453. 

Brown (Richard), of «;loucetc,.. Bond 
to, from J. tlill, 1579. 2497, f. 33. 

to Sit" 1I. 

/3rown (Thomas). l,etter 
Sloane, n.d. 4058, f. 71. 

Brown (William), 4tto,',w!/ ,,t Bath, and 
aft«rw. Physicia,t in J,t,n,,i,:,,. l,etters 
Sir H. 81oane, 17l .,  17:;.. 445, 

Sir il. 

of. Pe,ligree, 17th 

t: 1 83; 4o51, £ 64. 
Brownbill (i,)--). Lcttcr 
Nl,,ane, 1722. 4046, f. 298. 
Browne, 1,',onily 
cent. 1429, f. 42. 

Browne (). Extracts fl'om his book 
of evi, lelweS and seal% 16th cent. 13tl» 
l: 65. 

Browne (), :ff" co. ll«,d. Receipt 
prescribed for, for i,urgïng the sto,nach, 
late 17th cent. 187, f. 21. 

Browne (.), m'l,hc: fo Dr. !". 
Glisson. Letter t% ff'oto J. Carr, 1671. 
2251, f. 104. 

Browne (.), Caz, t, tin. Abstract of 
journal by, of voyage from England fo 
I;antam, 1671. 366, f. 161. 

Brow-ne (), 2,Stv.,/Surgcon. Journal 
,,f his voyage, from Madras fo the Cape 
of Good Hope, 1691-1692. l"mpef. 
1689. 

Browne (Sir Anthony), K.G., J[,_tster of 
the Horse. Examination of, touching 
Princess Mary's submission to Henry 
VIII., 1536. 1786 ff. 66 b-68. 
Character of, 17th cent. 1523, 
f. 35 b. 

:Browne (Anthony), lt l-isco,mt M,.»,- 
t, tyte. Memorial as Commissioner at 
Bruges, of matters for the conferencc 
with Spath, 1564. 2442, ff: 28-33. 

Browne (Anthony), S«,jo,nt-,tt-I 
Errors in Statute of 25 Edw. III., con- 
ceived by» 1596. 2716, ff. 1-37. 



8O 

INDEX. 

Browno (Chrmtol,hex), m«l,-scllo" in 't. 
l'a«l's Ch«rchyurd, Lodon, afterw, of 
Cidlthorne war tovil co. Soin. Let- 
ter to Sir H. Sloane, 173ç. 4055, L 46. 

Browne (D), M.D. 
17th cent. 1219. 

Flores medicinoe, 

Broxae (Da,,ec Dorothy), u'ife of Sir 1'. 
.Bro,,.w. Letters t. her son, Edward, 
n.d. 4066, ff. 275, 276. 
Brow-ae (Edward), of Ipswich, New Eng- 
In»M. Correspondence with N. Wailin- 
lon, 1644, 1645. 922, ff. 144 b, 145 b. 

Browne (Edward), M.D., sou o]" Sir l'hoz. 
B«owne, M.D. Miscellaneous l,apers, 
17th cent. 1._q11-1913. 
Notes of his tour through the west 
and centre of Eugland, 1662. lt0t}, 
ff. 36-59 b. 
Journal in N«}l'wich and l'aris, 
1663-1664. 1906, ff'. 1-159. 
-- Journal of his travels on the Con- 
tinent, 1664-1665. 1886. 
Journal of his travels in Holland. 
Gernany and Austri;» 1668 - 1669. 
1908 ff. 1-85. 
Observations in his Continental 
travels, 1669. 1_55, ff. 2-54. 
Notes during travels in Hungary, 
1669. 1922, ff: 1-29. 
-- Itinerary of his journey ff'oto 
Venetia to Vienna, 1669. 1922, f. 31b. 
Medical treatises, 17th cent. 1900, 
ff. 8-21, 22-30. 
Observations on several subjects 
for his use, by his father Sir T. Browne, 
17th cent. 1879, ff'. 1-57. 
Medical commonplace books, 17th 
cent. 1833 ; 184'3. 
Medical daybooks, 1666, 1667. 
1892, fl: 7-58 ;--1667-1673. L,ct., Engl. 
and )'. 1895 ;-- 1675-1678. 1865, 
E 62-98;--17th cent• 1906, ff: 174- 
179» 184-193 b. 
Anatomical observations, 1668. 
1865, f. 100. 
Anatomical lectues, 1675-1678. 
1914. 
Lectures on ih mu.cles, 167- 
19. 1915, A. B. 
C, talogue of plants, 17th cent. 
Lat. and E,gl. 1797, ff. 54-71. 
List of minerai productions sent 
to, by J. Donellan, 1669.....,°') f. 32. 
Litteroe de ejus gradu Baccalau- 
re, tus in Medicina, n.d. 1797, f. 2 b. 
Letter in recommendation of, ri'oto 
A. tlouenner, 1668. 1908, L 98. 

Browne (Edward), M.D., sou o.f ;r IZos. 
l¢roww, 3[.D. (cout,'nued). Lctters 
his ihther, brother and sister, 
1861 fl: 22-8; 1868; 1911-1913. 
Letter tu Signor I)ruibestein, 
1908 fi 98 b. 
I,etters to, from his father 17ih 
cent. 133, f. 22 b; 1847 ; 187. 
T.etters to, ri'oto Sir Thomas au,l 
I,ady Dorothy, his l,arents u.d. 4066ç 
 275, 276. 
Letters t«, ff'oto H. Panzer» 1669. 
1911-1913 fl: 115, 116. 
Letter t from ll. Oldenburg, 
1669. 1911-13 fl: 118 120. 
Letter t% fram J. Fairfax 
1911-1913  122. 
Letl er 1 , ftom J. Barrodale 1669. 
1911-1l:, f. 124. 
Lcttcr fo, fz'om .T. Verr)'n, 1669. 
Lttt. I q'"» f. 56. 
l.etters to, ri'oto J. Doneilan 1670. 
1911-191:», fl: 126-12 b. 
Letter to, from J. Badham 17q2. 
1911"1913, f, 13. 
Lettcr to, ri'oto M..3lorillonb ,.. d. 
Ff. 1911-1915, lç 125. 
Letten" to, from T. 
( aven n. d. 
1911.1913. f. 130. 
Letter to, from «. Hayles, n. d. 
1911-1913 f. 133. 
Copy of hiç Wili by Smith, 
1708. 3914 f. 112. 
Wrote MSS. 1s92; 19q00; I905; 

1906 ; 190S. 
Owned MSS. 1797 ; 
1_30 ; 1831 ; 1833 ; 134 ; 
1841-1849; 151-1_57 ; 
1872-1923. 

1825-1828; 
1836-1839 ; 
1859-170 ; 

Browne (Elizabeth). 
MS. 560. 

Formerly owned 

Browne (George), Prorost of Trinity 
(bllege, DuS/in. Letter t. Sir H. SIoaue, 
1706. Lat. 4040, f. 176. 

Browne (George). 
560. 

Formerly owned 

Browne (J--). Letter t. Sir H. Sloane, 
n.d. 4058, f. 72. 

Browne (John). Letters to, fro,n his 
pupil, J. Cosin, 1614. Let. 3562, ff. lo2, 
103. 

Browne (J.hn). 
1101. 

Fornerly owned 

Browne (Johu), M.D. Letter to the 
College of Phy»icians, 1696. 4026, f. 432. 



INDEX. 

81 

:Browne (Joseph), of Bow ,.qlre«t. Letter 
to Sir H. Sloane, 1707. 4040, f. 353. 
Browne (J0,seph). Letters fo Sir H. 
Sloane, 1729, 1731. 4050» f. 136 ; 
4t51, f. 261. 
:Browrie (Martin), Su,y«on. Ointment 
tbr a sore b|oodshot eye, 17th cent. 785, 
f. 6. 

Browne(Nicholas). Wrote, in 1532, 
776. 

:Browne (Richard). Dote of his birth, 
1 June, 1633. 1394, f. 171. 
Browne (Richard), 3I.D., of London. 
Bond with Drs. Guide and Greentïeld 
and 3. Peche, 1682. 2655, £ 154. 
- . Release to Drs. Guide, Greecfield, 
Crelle, and Peche, 1687. 2655, f. 156. 
. , Conveyance of lease from, to Drs. 
Guide, Greecfie]d and Peche, 1687. 2655, 
f. 157. 

Browne (Samuel), Surgeon af Fort St. 
George. Accounts of his 6th Book of 
E. Indian plants by J. Petiver, 17th cent. 
hnpe, f. 2941, f. 13. 
Letters to J. Petiver, 1698. 3321, 
f. 17 ; 4062, ff. 288-291 b. 
-- Letter to, from G. J. Camellus, 
1699. 8pan. with Eujl. tr«nsl. 4062, 
Il: 294-296 b. 

:Browne (T---l. Poem on several pieces 
of painting in the Dake of Buckingham's 
gallery at York bouse, 17th cent. 542, 
f. 52. 

Brow,ae (Thomas), Ch«plain fo the Prin- 
cvss «,f O, an,je. Warrant appointing 
him Provost of Et on, 1661. 856, f. 36 b. 
Browne (Sir Thomas, JLD., of Vorwich. 
Miscellanies, 17th cent. Autogr. 127; 
1839. 

 . Sententi0e ethicoe, 17th cent. 
Autogr. 1860. 
. Observations by, on several sub- 
jects for his son Edward's use, 17th cent. 
1879, ff. 1-57. 
------- Excerpts frein works of Dr. Caius, 
printed in .1556 at Louvain, 17th cent. 
1846» ff. 204-213. 
Account of Iceland, 1663. 1912, 
f. 15. 
- Remarks upon Ostend and New- 
port, n.d. 1912 f. 57. 
- - . Observations on uncommonanimals 
dîscorered in Norfolk, 17th cent. 1830 
ff. 5-38. 
Account of tombs in ,Norw]ch 
Cathedral 17th cent. A,dogr. 1885, 
tE 1-4, 33-41. 

Browne (Sb" Thomas), M.D., of Norwich 
(continued). Account of a thunder storm 

1866, f. 2. 
on plants in 
Autogr. 1841. 

at Norwich, 1665. 
-------- Observations 
Bible, 17th cent. 

the 

- - Essaysfrom his"Christian Moral»," 
17th cent. Autogr. 1885, ff. 5-32. 

• . Commonplace-books, 17th cent. 
Autogr. 1843; 184 ; 1849 ; 1862; 
1866; 1869; 1874; 1875; 1882. 
- Prescriptions for Lady Maidstone. 

1670. 1833 f. 119. 
- Private exl)enses , 1661. 
ff. 13-15. 
Observations ou 

1871, B. 

" Religio Medici," by ir K. Digby, 1642. 9,4, 
ff. 222-239 b. 
. Reflections «,n his book "Cyrus 
his garden," by Dr. H. Power, 1659. 
1326, f. 17. 
• Observations on his "Pêudodoxia 
Epidemica " by Sir H. l'Estrange, 17th 
cent. 1839, ff. 50-91. 

------ Extracts from his « Enquiries into 
vulgar errors," 17th cent. 1189. 
Short extracts from the sane, 
Bk. ., 17th cent. 799. 
- - Catalogus ]ibrorum in ejus Musoeo 
clauso, 17th cent. 3413, ff. 22-26. 
• Catalogue of plants in his « Mis- 
cellaneous Tracts," 1683. 2346. ff. 179 b- 
181. 
and papers on various 
ceut. Autogr. 1827 ; 

- - Letters 
subjects, 17th 
1847. 

Letters to Sir W. Dugdale, 1658, 
1911-1913, ff. 103, 106. 
Correspondence with his son, lb-. 

T. Browne, 1666, 1667. 1745, ff. 2-10, 
13-15 17-19. 
Letters to Dr. Merrett. 166-166.q. 
830, ff. 5-44; 1833, f. 14. 
Leter fo----- Jenkinson, 166'.. 
833, f. 18. 
Letters to his son, Dr. E. Browne, 
1671, n.d. 1833, f. 22 bi 1847 ; 178 ; 

1929, 

3515, 

4066, ff: 275, 276. 
Letter fo Dr. Plot, n. d. 
-------- Letter to Dr. I-I, Fower, n. d. 
£ 60. 

138, 141-144 b, 
J. Merryweather, 

- Letters to, ri'oto Dr. H. Power, 
1646-1659. 1326, E 1; 1911-1913, 
ff. 76-83 b. 
Letters to from I. Gruter, 164- 
1675. Lat. 4062, ff. 
146, 149 185. 
Letter to, from 
1649. 4062, f. 139. 

8LOANE INDEX. 



2 

INDEX. 

:Browne (Sir Thomas) 
(cont,nued). 
1651-1664. 
88» 92. 
Letters 

3I. D., of 5"or,,,ich 
Letters to, from T. Jonas, 
Lat. 1911-1913, ff. 86, 

to, from J. Windet, 1651. 

Lat. 

4077» ff. 111, 116. 
Ltter to, from B. Hamey, 1654. 

W. How, 1655. 

1911-1913, f. 94. 
Letter to, from 
1911--1913, f. 84. 

Letters to, from Sir W. Du_adale, 
1658, 1659. 1911-1913, ff. 96-102 b, 
104, 108. 

Letter to, from R. Robinson, 1659. 

1911-1913, f. 
Letter 
1660. Lut. 
Letter 

110. 
to, from R. Wolverton, 
4062, f. 141. 
to, from S. St. H/Il, 1661. 

4062, f. 154. 
Leter to, from ---- E.caliot, 

166. 1851, ff. 5-21. 
Letters to, from his son Edward, 
1664-1682. 1861,ff.22-8; 186; 1911. 
Letter to, ri'oto A. von Bercke], 
1665. Lat. 4062, f. 162. 
Letters to, from Dr. Merrett, 1668, 
1¢;69. 1830, ff. 1, 3. 
- Letter to, ff'oto J. Maplet, 1668. 
Lat. 4062, f 168. 
- -Letter to, ri'oto W. Makdougal, 
1669. 1911-1913, f. 117. 
Letter to, from J. Donellan, 1669. 
19II-1913, f. 127. 
Letter to, ff-oto J. Wakeman, 1670. 
1911-1913, f. 112. 
- Lette," to, from N. Bacon, n. d. 
Lat. 4066, f. 258. 
- Letter fo, ff'oto W. Cooke, n. d. 
1911-1913, f. 113. 
.-Letter to, ff'oto Lord Maidstone, 
n.d. 4066, f. 342. 
Letter to, ri'oto R. Shorte, n. d. 
Lat. 4067, f. 150. 
_ -Formerly owned 
1825-1828 ; 1830 ; 
1839 ; 1841-1849 ; 
170; 1872-1923. 
Brow-n (Thomas), Jun., M.D. Excerpta 
varia, 17th cent. Autogr. 1845; 1846. 
Voyage and journey ri'oto Bor- 
deaux to Paris, and the Thames to Fal- 
mouh, 1662. 1745, ff. 22-29, 31-37. 
Journal of his voyage wi,h Sit" J. 
Smith to Alicante, Tangier, etc., 1665. 
183]» A. 
Account of his journey into Kent 
with Dr. Plot, 1693. 1899 ; 1911-1913, 
f. 195. 

MSS. 1797 ; 
1833 ; 1834 ; 1836- 
1851-1857 ; 1859- 

Brow31e (Thomas), Jun., M.D. (con- 
tin,,et O. Correspon,lence with his father, 
SirThomas, 1666, 1667. 1745, ff. 2-10, 
13-15, 17-19. 
Letter fo. ri'oto T. Darney, 1704. 
1911-1913, f. 140. 
Browne (Thomas), of Bedford. Letter 
to Sir H. Sloane, 1719. 4077, f. 89. 
BrowTle (Thomas), Poct,« Lo«dinvnsis. 
Carmen, 18th cent. Imperf. 3516, 
f. 55. 
Brow-ne (Wil]iam), M.D. Book of 
medieal reeii»es , 1558. 14.5. 
Browne (William). Bill of l,ayments 
ruade by, for------ Broke, 16th cent. 
74, f. 63 b. 
Browne (Wiiliam). Poems, 17th cent. 
Copies. 542, t'. 60 b ; 1446, ff. 65, 66. 
Browne (Sir William), 3LI)., of Kb,9's 
Lynn. Letters to Sir H. Sloane, 1725- 
1734. 40,8, f. 60; 4053, ff. 92, 2O9. 
Letter to Dr. J. Ho[lings, 1734. 
4053, f. 209. 
Brow'nrigg (William). M.D, of il'bile- 
hure,. Letters to Sit" H. SIoane, 1741, 
1742. 4034, f. 267 ; 4057, ff. 78, 92. 
Broxolme (N,,el ), Ph!/sici,,n fo the 
Prince of filles. Letter fo Sir H. 
Sloaue, [1722]. 4058, f. 74. 
Lêtter relative to inoculatton for 
the small pox fo Dr. Seheuchzer, 1729. 

natal, tn diem, 

406, B. fi 32. 
Carmen a.| ejus 
18th cent. 3516, f. 157. 

Brute (Anthony), Apo.hccary. Suit 
against Sir F. Lawley 17th cent. 1823 
f. 34. 

Bruce (Edward), 
Letter to ri-oto F. 
f. 33b. 
Bruce (Edward), 

1st Baron Iïïnloss. 
Bacon, 1603. 3078, 

2,d B,,ro, IGntoss. 

Medical case, 1612. 640, ff. 321 b, 334. 
Brute (James), Presbyt«rian Minish, r af 
Killclea.]h, co. Down. Letters to Sir H. 
Sloane, 1704, 1725. 4039, f. 405 ; 
4048, f. 51. 
:Bruco (Robert), King of ScMand. v. 
Scotlaad, Sowreigs of. 
Brute (Robert), 1st Earl of Adezb,wy. 
Letters to Dr. Downes, 1674. 203, 
ff. 13, 15. 
Briickman (Dr. Franz Ernst), of 11 olff- 
enbiittel. Letter. to S,r H. Sloane, 
1738-1742. 4055, f. 346; 4056, f. 297. 
Letters to, ff'oto Sir H. Sioane, 
1738, 1740. L,t. 4069, ff. 9, ,.2. 
Brudenell (Dominus Tho,,,as), ,f Dea,w. 
Extracts from his charters, 17th cent. 
1429, ff. 106 b-113. 



INDEX. 3 

Bruen (G--), C/«tplaia fo &r 8. L'arn.o'- 
di3t,m, B«rt. Letters ta ir [[. Sloane, 
1705 and n.d. 4040, f. 93; 4058, f. 76. 

Bruer, Familg of. ['edigree, 17th cent. 
Ffag,n. 10«JS, I: 12 b. 

Brugys. v. Brydges. 

BruJn, F«mihj q'. 
1429, f. 43. 

Pedigree, 17th cent. 

Brukius (.Iohannes). Adumbratio brevis 
eo,'um (lute »n linguarum tudio hactenus 
de.,iderari videntur, 17th cent. 649 
f. 285. 

:Brun ( 
,/ A "iquon. 
1713, 1714. 
Letter 
1714. Ff. 

---), ./un., Pro/essor of Mcdicinc 
Letters to Sir H. Sloan% 
Ff. 4043, ff. 162, 284. 
to, ri'oto Sir tt. Sloane, 
4t08, f. 90. 

:Brunellus ( .). 
with com,nentary 
ff: 1-11, 12-32. 

Treatise on wounds, 
15th cent. 3532, 

Brunenthonus (Franciscus). M.D., of 
2/, nQw l&r. Tabulze de o|»tma ratione 
uten,li medi«amentis, 1553. 3045, ff. 
140-169. 

Brunet (. .), Ch;ru,'gh'n d« Ge, ère. 
Sonnet à 17th cent. 3940, f. 18. 

Brtm fels tOtto). Translation 
AIrn:tnack " by J. Ryckes, 1536. 
29-4 0 b. 

of his 
1037, 

Bruni 
lapidis 
cent. 

(Beniguus de). 
i,hilos,,l,horum 
3644, ff. 68-77. 

Conclusiones de 
veritate, 17th 

:Brunier (Guiltaume), of 
Wrote, in 1457, MS. 3195. 

3Iontpcllier. 

Bruninck (C A--,le), of Lcipzig. 
Autogra,h in album, 1694. 2360, f. 63. 

Brunker (Sir W--). v. 

Brouncker 

(William), 2ml Viscount Brouncker. 

Brunn (Johannes Jacobus h), 
Sy.tema maerize medicoe. 17th 
E.«tracts. 1166, ff. 154-174. 

Briinnborgor (Chri.,tophorus), Pome. 
ra«us. Letter to J. C. Fabricius, n. d. 
Lat. 2141, f. 129. 

Brunner (Joannes Conradus). Letters 
to C. Sibelius à Goor, 1680. Lat. 2729, 
ff. 54 62, 233. 

.Let.ter to Sir H. SIoaue, n. d. 
transi. 4058, f. 7. 

FF. 

Brunsmand (Johau). 
MSS. in his librarv, 
Dan. 2887, ff. 43-51. 

Catalogue of 
1707. Lt«t. aud 

Brunswick- LiJneburg, D,,h off 
John Frederic. Lett r to Charles ll., 
1668. Lat. 1001, f. 14. 
]3mmswiek - ij.neburg - Wolffen- 
biittel, D,,/,.es vf. Henry IV. Junior. 
Via, 1514-1568. Germ. 2885 ff. 93- 
158. 
Frederic Ulric. Autograph in 
album 1610. 3416, f. 8. 
llenry Julius. Autograph of Eiiza- 
betb, his w,.'f% in album, 1610. 3416, t: 5. 
Brunswick - :Liineburg - Wolffen- 
biittel, Christian, son of Du/ce 
llen,'y Julius. Aut..graph in album. 
1610. 3416, f. 10 b. 
Brunswick- Liineburg - Wolffen- 
b[ittel, Dorothy, d.,:/htcr of lut'e 
ll«nry J, dius. Autogral,h in album 
1610. 3416, f. 13. 
Brunswick - :Liineburg - Wolffen- 
biittel, Joaehim Churleu, son 
Duke Juli. Autograph în album, 110. 
3416, f. 7 b. 
Brunswick- L[ineburg- Wolffen- 
b[ittel, Hedwig, d,u:#htcr of Due 
Ilênry lulins. A utogral,h in album. 
1.o 
1610. 3416, 
]3runswick- :Liineburg - Wolffen- 
biittel, :Philip Sigismund, 2nd 
son qf Dule JMi.s. Letter to, as Bisho 1, 
of Ver,len, from J. Ca.elius, 158,q. Lat. 
2882, f. 48 b. 
A utogl'aph in album, 161 
£6. 
Brunswick - :L[ineburg - Wolffen- 
biittel, l=tudolph, son of 1)u:e 1I«,,,':! 
Jul,us. Autograph in album, l(;ll. 
3416, f. 10 b. 
I]runus, Lowd,,bw'gcnsis. Cyrurgia, 14th 
cent. 3018, ff. 65-96. 
]3rtm, F«,,il.,/of. Notes of thc l.,e,ligrce, 
16th cent. 1301, f. 32. 
:Brush (Thomas), Gar,lcne" ami l'ra«ti- 
tiner n )lathc»n, tti«s. Al,l»lication of 
arithmetic and geometry tu the art 
making ground plots, 17th cent. 3881, 
£2. 
T0eatise on rabdology, t7th cent. 
38tl, f. 8 b. 
Mathematical problems relating to 
horology, 1643. Autogr. 3937. 
Brusquer (.-- de), J, ster t., I[cnri IL 
or France. Moeking letter lo Ruy 
Gomez de Sylvas and the Mareschal de 

St. Andl'6, crc. 1.558. 

Brujen (Johanna). 
Leydçn, cire. 1672. 

48 b-51. 

Ff. 2764, f. 82. 
Medicai case at 
I c,t. o.o . ff. 

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INDEX. 

Bruton (William). 
East ludies, 1638. 
79-87 b. 

Bruyère (Nico]as). 

Kews ri-oto the 
Extract. 948, 

Wrote MS. 58. 

Buck (Jacomo). 0wned, in 1676,M. 1109. 
Buckenham (-----), M.D. Answer to 
a thesis of Dr. F. Glisson, 17th cent. 
Lat. 3310» ff. 111-116. 

H. Sloane, n.d. 4076, f. 171. 
Bucci (Agostino), of T«qn. 
della santissima sindone, 157. 
Bucel (Johannes), LL.D. 
owned/qS. 2425. 

Memoire à, 
3299, f. 156. 
Letters 
1734. 4046, 

Bruzen La Martinière (Autoine Au- 
gustin), Geographer to the I(ing ,f Spain. 
Letter to Sir H. Sloane, 1734. Ff. 4053, 
f. 191. 
Letter to, from Sir H. Sloane, 
1734. Fr. 4068, f. 22. 
Bryan, F«mily of. lqotes of, 16th cent. 
1301, f. 42 b. 
:Bryan (Sir Edward). Instructions fo, 
.as Commissioner to Guisnes and Calais, 
1551. 2442» f. 68. 
Bryan (George), of ]Vorthall, co. Middl. 
l'ênance for adultêry, 1568. 1710. f. 16t. 
Bryan (Richard), Sub-Poct to Ge.orge II. 
Verses addressed to Sir H. Sloane, n. d. 
3516, ff. 110-113, 134. 
Brydges (James), 1st Dul:e of Ca,dos. 
envoyé de Genève, 1723. 

to Sir H. Sloane, 172l- 
fl: 152, 156, 218; 4051» 
f. 7 ; 4052, f. 239; 4053, f. 316. 
-- Letter to Lord Cadogan, 1727. 
4066, f. 28. 
Brydges (Roland), qf Zey, co. Heref. 
Arms 15th cent. 2401, L 2b. 
Formerly owned 5IS. 2401. 
Bryg (Thomas), Surgeon at St. Bartholo- 
mew's Hos_(tal, Zondon. Letter to Sir 

Tratlato 
3015. 
Former]y 

Buter (3lartin), Pro.fessor of Tlwology at 
Cambridge. Appointment of, by Edward 
VI., 1549. 3562, f. 3 b. 
Buchan, E«rl of. v. Erskim { David). 
Buchanan (---). Collecta  ¢ ejus 
institutionibus, 17th e.en. o 
_ . .,,, ff. 132 b- 
164. 
Buchanan (Charles). Refusal of the 
Bishop of Carlisle to ordain him, 1683. 
2723 f. 81. 
uchanan (George). P, eriew of 
Historv of Scotland, lth cent. Imperf. 
3199 ff. 84 220» 346, 352. 

- - Excerpta ex ejus Scotichronicis de 
locorum in Seotia nominibus, 1640. 
1816 ff. 51-89. 

Buckingham, I)uke of. 
sbire, D,«e of. 
Buekingham, D«c 
v. Vil]Jets (George). 
Bu ckinghamshire, 
Sheflïeld (Catharine). 
Buckinghamshire, Duke of. 
field (John). 
Buck!er (----). State of his 

Dr. W. Cowper, n. d. 
Buckfastleigh Abbey, co. 
Statuta et ordinationes, 15th 
lmperf. 513» ff. 200 b-220 b. 
---------- Computus expensarum. 15th cent. 
Tragment. 513 f. 221. 
:uckhurt, Baron. v. Sackrile (Thomas). 
Buckingham, County of. Congratula- 
tory .*-ddress from, to Gen. Monck, 16. 
970, f. 22 b. 

v. Buckingham- 

Marq,,ess qf. 

P,,cess of. v. 

,'. Shef- 

contract 
for alpetre with the 0rdnanee Office, 
1668-1671. 1048, f. 58b. 
Buckley ( Capt. -------). Astrological 
observations on his nativity, 17th cent. 
228 I» ff. 52-55. 
Buckley (Samuel). Letters to Sir H. 
Sloane, 172, 1730. 4049, f. 94; 4051, 
f. 104. 
-- Letter to, from Sir H. Sloane, 
172. 4068, f. 139. 
Buekley (Thomas), J[.D. Praxis medica, 
1636-1665. 1165. 
Collectanea medi¢a, 17th cent. 
1166 ; 1178 ; 1188. 
- De hydrope et de mulierum morbis 
collectanea, 17th cent. 1164. 
-- -- Obser,'ationes medicoe e L. iverio 
et aliis, 1629-1669. 1167. 
Observationes chvrurçiea, 1642- 
1661. 1168. 
De aflctibus oculorum et aurium, 
17th cent. 1187. 
:Buclrdy (------). Lettêr to, from Sir H. 
Sloan% 1700. 406t, f. 21. 
Btlckly (T--). Chymici processus varii, 
17th cent. 124, ff. 43-47 b. 
:Bllckw (----), M.D. Answer to a 
thesis of Dr. F. Glisson, 17th cent. 
Lat. 3312, ff. 265-268. 
:Buda, in Hungary. :Narrative of the 
sie««. , 1685. Ff. '2." 53, ff. -"o-." 

Letter to, ri-oto 
3408, f. 175. 
Deron. 
cent. 

Bruynswyke (Hieronymus). t'. Braun- Buckeridge (-----). 
schveig (Hieronymus). 



INDEX. 

85 

Buddle (Adam), l:cctor of A'orti F,m- 
b,id,de , co. lfl»sex. Methodus nova stir- 
i,ium Britannicarum, 17th cent. Auto,dr. 
2970-2979. 
- Dedication of his Methodus nota 
stirpium Britannicarum to the Bishop of 
Carlisle, 17th cent. O,'i,j. 2950 ff. 2-4. 
. IIortus siccus Budleanus) 17th 
cent. 2305 ; 2306. 
Botanical memoranda, 17th cent. 
2980, ff. 5-22. 
Catalogi plantarum, 17th cent. 
Oo 
Catalogus plantarum ctymolgicus, 
17th cent. 2980 ff: 23-38. 
--Letters to Sir H. S|oaue, 1699. 
4037 ff. 188, 203 245, 302. 
------- Letters to J. Petîver, 1700, and 
. d. 4063, ff. 15, 156 ; 4066, ff: 277- 
27p, 281-285, 27, 288, 299. 
Letter to Ayry, n.d. 4066, 
f. 89. 
Letter to his kinswolnan, Madam 
Cary, n.d. 4066, £ 286. 
Buddle (Elizabeth), widow of t:ec. ,4. 
Bd, li«. Letter to Sir H. Sloane, 1741. 
4057, L 49. 
Letter to J. Petiver, n. d. 4066, 
£ 291. 
Bu0gen (John), 3LD.. of DorMng, co. 
Letter to Dr. Hulse, 1681. 13, f. 8. 
• . Letter to Sir H. Sloane, 1729. 
4025) f. 65. 
Buen-Maison (Alonso de). Lettèr to 
(3. L. Morlêy, 1682. S.pan. 1270, f. 218. 
Buggyn ((3--). Formerly owned MSS. 
L6L9 aw| 1785. 
Buijten.heim (Hendrick van), Prcsidcat 
«,]" te 19«c Factory in Japan. List of 
l,apers given by, to his successor, 1688. 
Dutch. 2910, ff: 292, 295. 
List of Japauese books to be p0-o- 
cured by, for H. de Jager, 17th cent. 
D«tch. 3064, t\ 50. 
Buissière (-----), Ju,. Letter to, from 
M. Gaudron n.d. 4026, f. 334. 
Buissière (Joannes). Letter to T. Zuin- 
ger, 1711. Lat. 3337, £ 133. 
Letter to, from T. Zuinger, 1712. 
/_,af. 3339, f. 20 b. 
Buiesière (Paul), JLD., of CtTenhagen. 
Discussion on the American terrestrial 
tortoise, IBth cent. 3329, £ 41. 
Letter to Sir H. Sloane on a triple 
bladdèr, [1701]. 4025, f. 67. 
Certificate of the health of ---- 
Van. 172. 4078, f. 308. 

Bulifon (Antoiue), of ,V«ples. Letter to 
ll. $1oane, 1699. F,.. 4037, f. 275. 

Bulkley (Edward), of l'brt St. George. 
De»c, iptions of E. Indian birds from hi 
paintings, 18th cent. 4020, f. 192. 

-- Letters to .I. Petiver, 1699-171, 
and n.d. 3321, ff: 18, 19, 28, 30, 31, 
50, 56, 66, 67. 84, 95, 103, 104, 110. 
133 I69, 171 172, 185-187, 190, 19, 

205, 211-214) 222, 223, 
3322, ff. 30, 41-43; 4065, 
4066, f. 2'.)2. 
Inscription on his 
1714. Lat. 1968, f. 195. 

239-241, 268 ; 
ff. 71, 94; 

lll0ntlillent 

Bull (Richard), Scriccner. /liographical 
notes of his lire) 1644-1676. 1708, 
107. 

Bull (William), of O.£fo,'d. Letter to J. 
l'etiver, 171. 3322, f. 90. 

Bulla (Giovanni). 
1074, il: 95-144. 

Owne, t, in 1595, 51. 

Bullen, I,'.mily of. 
1429, f. 50. 

l)e, ligree, 17th cent. 

Bullen (Thomas), JLD., of A'ant«i«h, co. 
Chest. Lettcr to ])r. W. Cowl)er , witit 
a draving, n.d. 34(18, ff. 18-191. 
Letter to, rioto Dr. W. Cowl,el" , 
n.d. 3408, f. 187. 
Account of stones voided 1,v T. 
Olton, 1704. Lat. 4039, L 358. 

Bullivant (B--), 2LD., of .Vorth«mpto». 
Account of medical c.tses, sent to 3. 
Petiver, 1711. 3321, f. 259. 

Bullmer al. Spyllesby (Johan,es), 
Civis Londinnsis. Formerly owue(l 51. 
on,-,7. 

Bulow (Bernhart von). Autogral,it 
album, [1608-1638]. 3415, £ 3 b. 

Bulteau (Charles), Doyen dcs Se«rH«b'es 
du Ioy. Letters to G. Schroedter, 1705. 
Ff. 2878 ff: 17-22. 

Bulwer (John), 

M.D., tlw Cheirosopher. 
Vultispex criticus, seu physioguomia 
medici, 17th cent• 805. 
Philosophus, 17th cent. 1788. 
Extraçts from his " Anthropome- 
tamorphosis," by Dr. C. L. Morley, 17th 
cent. 1281. 

Buanbe]es (Johannes), de Anglia. Stella 
Alchymiœe compositus .'.u. 1314 a, 17th 
cent. ooqa 

Bun (Thomas), Captain. 
against, by W. Johnson, 
£78. 

Coml,laint 
1664. 3509, 



6 

INDEX. 

Bunder 
Persian 
Kempthorne, 1688. 

Abbas al. 
Gulf . Chart 

Gombroon, Burgersdijck (Franco). Noue ejus libri 
of, by Cal,t. J. secundi aliorumque logicæ operum, a 

3665, f. 38. 

Bunn (John). Letter to J. Luke, 1663. 
3509, f. 43. 
Buonamici (Giovanui Fraucesco), Ma/- 
tese. On the virtues of tbe earth called 
Grazia di S. Paulo, and the remains of 
serpents round throughout Malta, 1667. 
It«l. 763, ff. 8-14. 
Lettera circa l'origine delle glosso- 
pietre, conchiti et altre l,ietre figurate, 
che si cavano dalle rocche dell' Isola di 
Malta, 1668. 763, ff. 15-40 b. 
Buonanni (Filipl,o), Jesuit. Letters to 
J. Petiver, 1703-1714. Lat. 3322, 
ff. 26, 37, 44, 51; 4ri.a3, f. 231; 4064, 
ff: 27, 4!. 

Buonaventuri (Pietr«,). I»toia dt, e 
di Bianca Cal, l-,ello , sua moglie, 17th 
cent. 1930, ff. 1-26. 
Buoncompagno (Giacomo). l[archese 
di l'ig, ola. :MS. 904, tï. 15-25 h, was 
dedicated to, in 1579. 
Buono Avogario (I'ietro). lntroduc- 
tio in divinam ehemioe artem integra» 
1590. Engl. 3682. 
Burbage (P, ichard), Act,.,r. Epital,h, 
17th cent. 176, f. 95. 

Burbery 
MS. 332. 

(Ryehard). Formerly owned 

.Burch (Richard), soldier (,t Tan:lier. 
Charge against, for assault» circ. 1673. 
3514, f. 140. 
Burchall (John). 5cheme of his nativity, 
in 1693. 3722, f. 181. 
Burchard (Georg tIeiurich). Letters to 
A. von Cronhelm. 1690, 1691. Germ. 
and L,t. 277, ff. 32, ô4, 37. 

Burchett (Josiah), Secreta,'y 
Admiralty. Letter to Sir H. 
1739. Si,jned. 4056, f. 139. 

fo the 
Sloane, 

:Burd (Robert), .i/.D., of Reading. Letter 
to Sir 1I. Sloane, 1739. 4034, L 273. 

Burdegalia (Johaunes de). v. Bordeaux 
(John de). 
Burdon (W--). Letters to J. Petiver, 
170ï, 1703. 4063» ff. 58, 226. 
Bureau (----), Frenc Bookseller in the 
Nec, Exchangc, St,'and. Sale:catalogue 
of his books early 18th cent. /3". 1009 
f. 158. 

Burg (Johannes Philippus zur). 
to G. Schroedter, 1720. Gcrm. 
f. 303. 

D. Foote, 1646. 
Notoe ejus 
D. Foote, 1646. 
Burges (Thomas). 
his suit v. Sir H. 
3323, f. 238. 
Burgesius (Bartholomoeus), 
son of l'ope Paul V. r. 
(Bartholomoeus), o.f Sicna. 

Letter 
2877, 

600, ff: 1 b-43 b 
lbri prirni logicoe, a 
60), ff. 44-74 b. 
List of the jury in 
Sloane, 18th cent. 

self-styled 
Lancesius 

Burgess (Daniel III.), Secret«,'y ami 
Ileader to the Princess of |l'ales. Letter 
to Sir H. Sloane, 1733. 4053 f. 95. 
Burgess (John), 3_r.D., Sen., Rectoroj 
Sutton Coldfield, co. IVarw. Letter to 
his chîldren on the sudden death of hs 
daughter Breedon, 1621. 922, f. 69. 
Receipt against the plague, 17th 

cent. 785, f. 8 b. 
Burgeas (John), M.D., Ju,t., of 
CoMfield. Medical commonplace 
1656. 250, ff. 1-188 b. 
Burgesae (Alexander). 
167 7 . 1175. 

Cursus physicus, 

Burgeys (Robert), l'icar of Ail .Tahts 
arul 5't. Peter's, Lincoln, and l'rcbcnda,'y 

of Lincola. Will, 
£ 13Oh. 
Burgh, F«mily of. Pedigree, 
1429, f. 100. 
Burgh (John). 
:Burgh (Richard 

1400. I at. 341, 

17th cent. 

v. Borough al. Burgh. 
de), 1st Earl of St. 

Alban's a 4th Ea,'l of Clanricar&. 
Letter to Lord Falkland, 1629. 3827, 
f. 165. 
Burgh (Thomas). 
ing Dublin harbour, 1707. 
Burgh (Si," Thomas). v. 
Burgh. 

Proposais for improv- 
3329, f. 141. 

Borough al. 

Burghe(William). Wrote for F. Archer, 
in 160½, MS. 3721, ff. 2-47. 
Burghers (Michael), Eng,'awr. Letter 

to Sir H. Sloane, 1698. 
Burghersh, Fmily of. 
cent o, . 
. 14.9, fi 41 

4037, f. 147. 
Pedigree, 17 th 

Burghley, l?aron, v. Ceeil (William). 
Burgondia (David de), Lishop of Ut "echt 
(1456-1496) ; natural son of Duke Phil;p 
tac Good. MS. 100, ff. 1-6, is dedicaed 
to him. 
Burgos, in Spaîn. Historia ecclesiastica 
de, 17th cent. 2432. 
Proceedings in a court at» for re- 
covery of merchandize, 1543. ,qpan. 
2103, ff. 171-174. 



INDEX. 

Burgundia(Johannes de). v. Bordeaux 
(J,,hn de). 
Burgundy, Dukes of. Philip the Good. 
Metrical invective against, cie,. 1467. 
252, f. 169. 
- Charles the Bold. Verses on, 16th 
cent. Flemish. 416, f. 171. 
Btlrius (Johannes), Hungarian, Student 
of Thêolo,/y at Leil)zig. Autograph in 
album, 1692. 2360, f. 39. 
Burke (Richard), 4th Earl of C/,,nricarde. 
Letter to, from C. Blount, 162î. 1775, 
f. 65 b. 

Burke (Thomas), Sheriff of G,d,,'ay. Let- 
ter to Lord Falklan,1, 1628. 3827, f. 128. 
Burley (). Medical case, 18th cent. 
4078, f. 291. 
Burley (James), soh!ier af T, tn:lier. 
Charge against, for theft, circ. 1672. 
3514, f. 115. 
Burley (Mary), of Reading. Letter to 
Dr. C. Goodal], with answer by J. Petiver, 
1713. 4034, ff. 271, 272. 
Burlington (Thomas). Letter to Sir 
H. Sloane, 17. 4051, f. 1. 
Burmann (Fraucîscu), Pro.fessor of 
Theology at Utrecht. Autograph in 
album 1668. 1795 or 2597 f. 21. 
Burnaby (, Medical receilds , 

17th cent. 

1653. 

Burnet 
medical 
Glisson, 
89-95. 

(Alexan,ler), ,]LD. Answers to 
theses propounded by Dr. F. 
17th cent. 3310, ff. 40-50, 

Burnet (Duncanus). Iatrochvlnicus. 17th 
cent. xtracts. 3119, ff. )3 b-5.q. 
Burnet (Elizabeth), 3,'d wif« of Gilbert, 
l;ishop of .ç'.arum. Letter to .qir Il. 
Sloane, [1700-1709]. 4058, f. 79. 
Burnet (Gi|bert), Bishop of Salisbury. 
Memoirs of the Dukes of Hamilton, 1677. 
Parti,./autogc. 1007. 
- Letters to Dr. E. Borlase, 1680. 
1008, ff: 284, 28.û, oo om 300. 
Letters to Dr. W. Dillingham, c5"c. 
1685. 1710, ff: 21-o 
. Letter to-----, enclosing copy of 
his letter to the Lords Commissioners of 
the Treasury 1693. 3299, ff. 149, 150. 
- . Bookplate, 17th cent. 2t83, f. 1. 
Burnet (John), Sur:/con go the South Seu 
Company in the ll est 1halles, etc., end 
afterw. Physi,'ian to Philip I/: of Spa5. 
Letters to Sir ti. Sloane, 1716-1738. 
4044, f. 250; 4045, f. 304 4046 ff. 
:227, 287; 4047, ff. 29 164. 198, 323, 

329, 333; 4048, ff: 26, 70, 120; 4049, 
ff. 41, 50, I01 ; 4050, ff. 21, 54 ; 4052, 
f. 319 ; 4053, L 363 ; 4054, ff. 266, 314 ; 
4055, ff. I03, 129 214,307 ; 4056, f. lé;; 
4058, ff. 80, 82. 
' Letters to J. Petiver, 1716, 1718, 
and n. d. 3322, L 97; 4065, f. 285; 
4066, ff: 293, 294. 
, Letter to ----- Haslewood, 171. 

4065, i: 287. 
Letter to, from 
1735. 4026, f. 320. 

by J. Petiver, 1716. 

Sir H. Sloane, 

List of curioities received from, 
4065» t'. 248. 

Burnet (ThomaQ, 2[c.,ter of the C/arter- 
bouse. Account of his " Archoeologiæ 
philosol,hieoe " by Dr. Hooke, 17th cent. 
3828, ff. 217-230. 

- :Noie ou his theory of the earth, 
17th cent. 3796, f. 19. 

Burnet (William), el.l, st son of Bish, 1, 
l,rwt. Letters to Sir H. SIoane, 17,)7, 
1708 and n.d. 4026, ff. 247, 249; 
4041, f. 60; 4058, f. 84. 

Burnett (Alexander), Merchant (,f Aber- 
deen. Privy Council minutes tel. to thc 
seizure of his fishing vessel by the 'renh, 
1668. Ff. 1009, f. 137. 
Bond with Drs. S. Collins and B. 
l'ersons, 1669. 1823, t: 53. 

Buroughs (Sir John). Verses on 
death abroad. 17th cent. 542, f. 26; 
1'r«° ff. 13-1d 

Burrel (). Passport to, h'om Col. 
H. Norwood, 1667. ,,'p«a. 35t3, f. 47. 

:Burrell (Gilbert). Bill of 
Chamber against, 17th cent. 
103 ; 1200, L 77. 

Burrell (John), Pilgrbn. 
to Jerusalem from Cairo, 
ff. 62-69. 

Journey 
160. '2-496, 

Burrell (William), l:,:v. 
H. Sloane, 1708 l'Z°« 
182 ; 404, ff. 28, 269. 

Letters to Sir 
4041, ff. 155, 

Burrell (Wiiliam). Letter to Sir Il. 
Sloane, 1725. 4034, /i 269. 

Burren (Anthony), Treasurcr to the East- 
land Company. Letter to, from E. Spei- 
dell, 1693. 1815, f. 18. 

Burroughs (William). Letter to Sir 
H. Sloane, 1729. 4034, f. 270. 

Burrow (Thomas), of SnettisƌEm, co. 
No,:f. Accouut of payment for shee|, 
with Sir W. Cary, 1611. 3827, f. 2. 



INDEX. 

Btlrrows (Thomas). Account of monies 
due fo, from S. Luke, 167.°,. 1952, 
f. 72b. 

BurrylagtoIl (Robert). Letter t,, 
17th cent. Lat. 118, f. 307. 

Bursledon, co. Southants. 8urvey of 
the river at, 1698. 3233, f. 19 b. 

Burt (John). 0wned, in 1660, MS. 872. 

:Burton (Casibelon), Captain 
Journal of his voyage to New York, 
1674. 2448, ff. 9-20. 

Burton (Cor---), of Oakham. Letter to 
Crochly, 1722. 4034, f. 275. 
:Burton (Henry), Parson of S. Mattl-,e's, 
'day Street, Lo»don. Proceedings on 
bis tra], 1636-7. 1983, ff. 42-44, 47. 
- Petition of his wife to Parliament 
in his behalf when imprisoned in 
Guernsey, [1640]. /983, £ 40. 
Burtoa (John), M.D., of t'orh. Essay on 
health and long life and a cure for the 
chincough, 1737. 3835. 
1Medical reports, 17th cent. 3984, 
ff. '-'03-206. 
- -Letters to ir H. loane, 1737, 
173. 4055, ff. 240, 284. 
- Letter to, from Sir tl. loane, 
[1737]. 196, : 90. 

Burton (Robert). Anatomy of Melan- 
cho]y, 17th cent. Extracts. 1677, 
ff. 72-107 ; 1965, ff. 122-136 ; 2521, 
f. 100. 

Burton (Samuel), Arcdeacon of Glou- 
cester. Letter to, from Dr. Benefield on 
revising the preface to his sermous, 1629. 
1 I99, f. 87. 

:Burton (William), M.D., of Lo'ndo, 
,çtaines and Windsor. Letters to Sir H. 
Sloane, 17-1732. 4050, f. 285; 4051, 
f. 207; 4052 ff. 96, 197. 

Burton-on-Prent 2kbbey, co. 8raff. 
Register of, 17h cent. L,t. extracf. 
775, f. 178 b. 

:13urtsal (William), of Bungay, co. Suif. 
Letter to Sir H. loane, 173. 4054, 
f. 181. 

Burwell, co. Cambr. Notes in the chul'ch, 
16th cent. 1301, ff. 126 b-130. 

Burwell (Tbomas). Ju»., M.D. 
to a medical thesis by Dr. F. 
1653. 3310, ff. 228-232. 

Answer 
Glisson, 

Bury (J--), .D., of Jamoic.. 
remediorum, 1683. 210. 

Formulœe 

Bury (Thomas), Chief Baron of the 
cheq,er. Letters to Sir H. Sloane, 1719- 
1721. 4034, f. 252 ; 4045, ff. 269, 349 ; 
4058. ff. 86-91. 

Bury St. :Edmunds. co. Suif. 0bser- 
vationes medicoe collectoe apud, 1572, 
1573. 3166, f. 30. 

Bury St. Edanunds Abbey, co. 
Suffolk. Prol,hetical inscriptions from a 
window in, lfith cent. 3170, f. 84b. 

Busar, v. Bushire. 
:Busbecq, ,.çeigncur de. 
(Augerius). 

v. Gislenius 

Busby (Richard), tlead Master of Wcst- 
minstcr School. Contract for work done 
for, at [Tothill fields, 1688.] 1009, 
f. 144. 
Clause of his Wili, tel. to the repair 
of Lutton Chapel, 1695. 1039, f. 123. 
Busch (Lourens von dem). Letter to 
Sir H. Sloane, n.d. Lat. 4058, f. 92. 
Busher (Leonard). Letter fo, from 
J. Toppe, on the /Iil|ennium» 17t, cent. 
63, ff. 36-57. 
Bushire, in Persia. Chart of, by Capt. 
J. Kempthorae, Jun., 1688. 3665, f. 58. 
Bushon (----), Ecclesi«stcs Ultrajec- 
tcnsis. Letter t o, from J. Dury, 1633. 
Lat. 654, f. 70. 
Bussière (Paul). v. Buissière (Paul). 
Bussleton. v. Bursledon, co. Southants. 
Bussy ( de). Letters to Sir H. 
Sloane, 174ï, 1741, and n. d. Ff. 4057, 
ff. 6, 21, 22; 4058, f. 94. 

Buthl,er (-----), Philosophe Anglois. 
De 1 usage de la pierre philosophique, 
17th cent. 2879, ff. 49-68. 
Butinus (Joannes), l'hysîchm. Aphorisms 
of diet selected by, from Hippocrates 
17th cent. 1639, tL 92-114. 
Butler, Family of. Pedigree, 17th cent. 
1429, f. 95 b. 
Butler (.). Letter fo, from J. Terry, 
1691. 4062, f. 240. 
But/er (Charles), Vivat of Zauren¢e- 
Wotton. Rhetorica contracta, late 17th 
cent. 612, ff. 2-7. 
Butler (Edward). Letter to his grand- 
father, with translation of Horace, Odes, 
I. 1. Gr. and EngL 857, f. 179. 
Butler (Edward), Presid,t of Mcojd«len 
Collcge, and l'ice Chancellor of Oxford. 
Letters to Sir H. Sloane, 1730-1740. 
4051, ff. 48, 57, 165; 4056, ff. 93, 149, 
194. 



INDEX. 

Butlor (Elizabeth). Collection ofreceipts 
g}'en fo, by II. Gullyford, 1679. 3842. 

Butler (James), 1st Duke of Ormond«. 
Defeat of the lrish insurgents by, 1641. 
1519, f. 18. 
------- Accouut of the doiugs of his army 

it, 164:  by his chaplain G. Creichtoun, 
3 
17th cent. 1008, fl: 89-97. 
Royal letter to the Justices of 
lreland conc. law suits for prize wines 
betw. him and several merchauts, teint:. 
Chas. ll. 856 f. 34. 
- Speech of Lord Orrery to, on re- 
signing the Lord Justiceship of Ireland. 

1662. 1008 f. 186. 
• . List of the lri»h 
iis Viceroyalty, 1674. 
-Letter to, from 

Council during 
1015, ff. 21, 22. 
Dr. E. Borlase, 

1681. Copy. 1008 £ 328. 
- Appoi,,tment of T. tIewett as a 
l;rother of the Charterhouse, 165'2. 
203, f. 133. 

Butler (John). Relation of his escal,e 
fi'om AIgiers, 1640. 3317, f. 8. 

Butler (John). Letters to, from J. Nar- 
brough, 1673, 1677. 3299, f. 26 ; 4062, 
f. 189. 

Butler (Mary), 2ad telle of J«,,tes, 2ad 
D,/,'e of Or»wnde. Letter to Sir H. 
Sloane, [1685-1733J. 4058, f. 95. 
. Letters to, from Sir H. loaae, 
4069, f. 139; 4076, ff. 185-189. 

Butler (Nathanael), 
Butler. 

v. 1;oteler al. 

Butler (Lord Richard), 2n,! son of James, 
tst Duke of Ormonde. Warra.t for his 
creatiou as Baron Butler of Cloghrenau, 
Viscount of Tullo, and Earl of Arran in 
lreland, 1662. 856, f. 41. 

Butlor (Richard), Colle«tor of Customs. 
Recommendation by, of a rel,resentative 
to Parliament, 1694. 2717, f. 47. 

l Proposal br registering seamen. 
[t695-1696.] 2717, fi 46. 
---.. Petition to William 111., 1695. 
2717, L 51. 
- Letter to Lord Carlisle, 1683. 
7.A, f. 141. 

Butler (Samuel). Extracts from IIudi- 
bras, 17th cent. 1983, f. 78. 

Butler (William), M.D., of 
btedica collectanea selectiora, 
1991, ff. 71-78; 2077, ff. 28-45. 
------ Medical receîpts, 17th cent. 
ff. 2 b, 29 5;3 ; 1664, ff. 4, 6-8, 
56-3. 

1087, 
15-44, 

:Butler (William), M.D., 
(continued). Directions 
choiera, 17th cent. 
------- Receipts for 
3756, f. 30. 
]utboS (Sir William), Physician fo H'enr.,/ 
VIII. Receipts for plasters, ointments, 
waters, etc., deviscd by, 16th cent. 1047. 

of 
for purging of 
3329, f. 144. 
dbility, 17th cent. 

Buttetorte, Famil of. 
cent. 1301, f. 307 b. 

l'edigree, 16th 

Buweke (Robert), of Canterbury. Owned, 
in 1539, MS. 3215. 

Buxtorf(Joannes), 5'en. Epitome gram- 
maticoe Hebreœe, 17th cent. 1.'xcerpts. 
2138, ff. 210-218. 
Btlxtorf (Johann Jacob), at 1;,,ste. 
Autograph in album, 1670. 1795 or 
2597, f. 45. 
:Byum (L;cut.-Gen. William), Gorerno," 
of Gulana awl Surinam. Narrative of 
the state of Guiana and Surinam, 1665- 
1667. 3662, ff. 27-37. 

Byde (Natharine). Letter to Sir H. 
Sloane, n.d. 4058, f. 9.q. 

Byfield (Sa--). 
1173. 

Formerly owned MS. 

Byllyng (Robert), of Boston. Owned, in 
1576, MS. 372. 
Byndlos (John), Agent to thc ,orern_r 
of Jaïnaica. Petition to Charles II., 
n.d. 2724, f. 4. 
Accouut of disbursements tbr Lord 
Carlisle, 1678. 2724, f. ,q4. 
- - Account of the state of affairs in 
Jamaica, 1681. 2724, f. 62. 
, , Accoml,t of errors in his accoml,t.., 
1683. 2724, f. 6. 
- Letters to Lord Carlîsle, 16b0- 
1683. 2724, ff: 9, 206-208 221. 
Letter to R. Ber% 168î. 2724, f. 7. 

Byngham (John). v. l;ingham (Sir 
John). 
Bynno (Joseph), S,,rgeon, of London. 
Letters t o his cousin, Dr. Colston, 164:2- 
1644. 118, ff. 16 b, 18, 19, 23, 24 b, 56. 
Letter to , [1649]. 4034, 
f. 276. 

Byrchmore (Richard), Apothecarg, of 
Market Street, co. Hertf. Letters to 
Sir H. Sloane, 1720. 4034, ff. 277, 2715. 

Byrd (W). Letter to Sir H. Sloane, 
n.d. 4058, f. 99. 
Byrd (William), M.D. Letter to Dr. L. 
Plukenett, 1687. 4062 f. 225. 



9O 

INDEX. 

]yrd (Col. William), of Vir.qinia. 

Letters 
to Sir H. bloane, 1706-1741, and n.d. 
4040, ff. 150; 4041, f. 200 ; 442, f. 144; 
4055, ff. 112, 368; 4057, f. 20. 
Letter to, from Sir H. Sloane, 
1709. 4068, f. 54. 
Letter fo, from L. Plukenett, n. d. 
4067, f. 105. 

Byrde (Richard), Fellow of T, inity College, 
C,,mbridge, ofterw. Canon of Canterb,«ry. 
Corresponde,.ce with G. Harvey, 1574. 
93, ff. 94 b, 95 b. 

:Byron (John), 1st Baron B,/r(m. Letter 
to Prince Rupert, 1645. 1519, f. 76. 

Notes of, 16th cent. 

:Byseth, Fami/!/ of. 
1301, f. 34 b. 

:Byssetur (John), 6'«rate of Biddle.¢dvn, 
co. Bucks. Certificate that N. Kynge 
is a bachelor, 1506. Lat. 747, f. 69. 

C 

C-- (A--). Opinion touching the cutting 
down of certain timber within fourteen 
mlles of tbe sea or any navigable river 
to convert the same or any part thereof 
for the making of iron, temp. James I. 
665, ff. 1-4 b. 
C (E), of Northaml,ton. Letter to 
Sir H. Sloane, n.d. 4034, f. 281. 
C-- (E--). v. Cadogan (Elizabeth). 
C-- (G--). v. Copley (Sir Godfrey), 2nd 
Bart. 
C-- (H--). Royal letter of exemption 
for, from serving the office of High 
Sheriff of London, temp. Charles lI. 
856, f. 19 b. 
C-- (J--). Verses fo K. Cor., 1589, 1590. 
1898, ff. 64 b, 65 b. 
C (J--), ][dicus Londinensis. " Urono- 
scopia," 17th cent. 55, f. 3. 
C (L---). Formerly owned MS. 405. 
C (L---). v. Combachius (Ludovicus 
Hermannus). 
C (Mrs. M), co. Soin. Letter fo Sir 
H. Sloane, 172ï. 4050, f. 30. 
C--(Natbane]), of Slockholm. Letter to 
Sir H. 81oane, 1735. 4054, f. 101. 
C--(R--). Answer to his complaint, 
by H. Broughton, 17th cent. 3088, 
ff: 108-109 b. 

C-- (R--). Letter to, concerning the 
Church's sense of the Earth's motion, 
1682. 2903, ff. 136-143. 

C-- (V--), of Christ's Collcge, 
v. Carev (Valentine). 

c-- (w--). 
MS. 1939. 

Wrote, temp. 

Cambridg¢ . 

Henry VI., 

Caballi (Ff. Francesco), Cap °. Con- 
silium medicum pro G. P. Mazzuoli, 
17th cent. Ital. 2253, f. 244. 

Cabbala. Tabuloe theosol, hic, cabba- 
listice, 17th cent. 181 
- Definition of the word Cabbala. 
Lat. 17th cent. 648, f. 40. 

Cade (Jack). Notes 
rebellion, 1419-1450. 
54 b, 55. 

of him and bi4 
428, . 50b, 

Cade (Salisbury), M.D. Letters to 
lt. Sloane, 1»9 1720, and n.d. 4045, 
f. 296 ; 4o46, t'. 40 ; 4058, f. 101. 

Cadiz, in Spain. Account by Dr. Marbeck 
of its capture in 1596 by t.e Enlisb, 
17th cent. 226. 
Another narrative of the saine 
epedition, 1596. 1303, ff. 3-6 b. 
• Account of Sir E. Cecil's expedition 
against, by J. Glanvill, 1625. 3816. 
Letter to the Eglish Consul at, 
h'om J. de la Carrera, 1672. Span. 
f.o 
3513, , .. 
Information to the English Consul 
at, concerning Salee pirates, 1673. 3511, 
f. 255. 
Examiuations relative to the failure 
of the expedition against, 1702. 2496, 
ff. 42-54 ; 3958, ff. 18-28. 
Chart of, 1665. 1831, A. If. 1-23. 
Plans of, by Capt. J. Kempthorne, 
1688. 3665, ff. 3 7. 

Cadogan (Charles), 2t/Ba,'on Cadog«,« 
Letters to his thther-in-law, Sir H. 
Sloane, 1720. 4045, ff. 300, 312. 
Letter to, from the Duke of 
Chandos, 1727. 4066, f. 28. 

Cadogan (Elizabeth), wife of Charles, 
2rM Barcm Cado#an. Let ter to ber 
father, Sir H. Sloane, 1738. 4055, 
f. 410. 

Cadogan (William), Earl Cadogan. 
Epita[h on, cire. 1726. Lat. 3516 
f. 27. 

Cady (William). Collection of medical 
receîpts, 15th cent., with index thereto 
by, 17th cent. 3153, ff. 98-10:5. 



IN DEX. 91 

Coelius (Ludovicus), 
Richerius (Ludovicus 
qin ,ts, 

1i/,odinus. v. 
Cœelius), Rhodi- 

Coesar (Julius). v. Rome, Emperors of. 
Caius J ulius Coesar. 

Coesar (&'r 
Ordiaances 
 'lJancer.v, 
ff. 18-20. 

Julius), Master of the Rolls. 
for reforming the Court of 
17th cent. Impcrf. 1874, 

Coesar (Julius), M.D., of I',ochestcr. Ex- 
cerpta ex ejus manuscriptis de curatione 
morborum, 1683. 2815. 

Coesarius (Ad,'i.,an), of I[aarl«m. Thesis 
fi, r a medical degree at Haarlem, 1590. 
Lat. 64, ff. 137-139 b. 

Coesius (Bernardus). Miaeralogia, 17th 
cent. Excerpts. 3374, ff. 28 b-39. 

Ciro, in JUçypt. Account of 
ordinary animais at, 18th cent. 
f. 25. 

extra- 
3329, 

Cairon (, ), 
gaagrnê in a 

ff. 135-137 b. 

M.D. Medical case of 
boy, 1685. Lat. 1302, 

Caius (Joannes), ]LD. 
libr,,rum in quibus se 
cent. 3914, f. 148 b. 

Diagramma 
exercuit, 18th 

-------- Excerpts from his works printed 
af Louvain in 1556, by Sir T. B:owne, 
17th cent. 1846, ff. 204--213. 

-------- Letters to the 
bridge, 1554. L,t. 
59-64. 

Univer.Aty of Cam- 
Copies. .,«..., 

Cajetano (Pietro). Instructions to, ri'oto 
his uncle Card. Sermonetta. on his 
nission to Flanders in 15s0, 171h cent. 
T,',nsl. 1710, ff. 19-22. 

Calais, in Fr,,ace. Description of, late 
17th cent. 1039, f. 83. 

Descril,tion of, by Dr. E. Browne, 
1693. 1911-1913, f. 197. 

Calay. v. Cadiz. 

Caldesi (Giovanni Battista). 
tortoises to F. Redi, 18th cent. 
3411. 

Letter on 
Trand. 

Caldicott (Elizabeth). 
3561. 

Owned, in 1665, 

Caldrinis (Joannes Andreas de). 
A ndreas de Caldriuis. 

Caldwall (Geoff»ey). 
cent., MS. 3557. 

Owned, in 15th 

Caldwall (Richard), M.D., F.tLC.I'. 
Tables of surgery, 1585. Hologr. 759. 
Qu. Elizabeth's charter for sertie- 
ment of lands by, tbr a surgery lecture 
in the College of Physi, ians, 30 June, 
1582. Lat. Copy. 314, ff. 126b-128. 
- Deed of foundation of a surgery 
lecture in the College «,f Phyicians, 
3 July, 1582. Copy. 4026, ff. 367-382. 
Calep (Ralph), Surgeon, of London. 
Letter to W. Cowper 1707. 4075, f. 35. 

Calfe, Master. v. Colf (Abraham), l ica," 
of Letrisham, co. Kent. 

Calid, son of Sazichi. 
Yazid, Al- Uma,vL 

v. Kh61id ibn 

Calixt.as, S. Legenda de, 15th cent. 
1936, f. 38 b. 

Calligraphy. Describendo sire l,ingen,lo 
literas, 17th cent. 1),tch. 324. 
------- Specimens of 17th cent. tussian. 
1378, fl: 184-213 b. 
. Specimens of handwriting, 18th 
ccnt 4021, ff: 9n:,. otm 
c. Dickins (W--). 
Dundass (John). 
Goddard (Joseph). 
London. Christ's Hospita. 
Mi|les (leremiah). 
Teshe (Sir William). 

Callimachus, Cyrcncc«s. 
Thorii in ejus hymnos a 
Latine redditos, 17th cent. 

Versus F. 
C. Utenho io 
176g, L 6. 

Calmell (Prier), Law Sludent, of Lo,uh, n. 
Letter to Sir H. Sloaue, 173. 4034. 
f. 283. 

Calpurnius (Titus Julius), Siculus. 
Eclogm, 15th cent. 777, ff. 32-45 b. 

Calsamilia (Ambroise), of Rome. Me,Il- 
cal advice for, by t.hree doctors of 
Montpellier, 1684. Ff. 3998, ff. 38-41. 

Calthorpe, Fa,nily of. 
cent. 1429 f. 51 b. 

Pedigree, 17t h 

Calthorpe (lion. Barbara), 2nd wife o] 
lleynolds Calthorpe, of Elvetham. Letters 
to Sir H. Sloane, 1719. 4034, ff. 2.5, 
287. 

Calthorpe (3ir James), of Ampton, co. 
Suif. Owned, temp. Chas. I., MS. 170. 

Calthorpe (Reynolds), of Elvetham. 
Letter to Sir H. Sloan% 1719. 4034. 
f. 289. 

Calveley (Mary), wife of Si; H«gh 
Calveley, of Lea, nr. Chcster. Medical 
prescription for 1660. 1055 f. 93. 



INDEX. 

Calvert (Cecil), ofterw. 2wl Baron 
13ultimore. Owned, in 1623, .MS. 170. 

CIver (Sir 

George), afterw, l:t Baron 
Bultinwre ; Principal 8,.crtta,'! of 8tate. 
tirant to, of the province of Avalon, in 
Newfouadland, 1623. Lat. and En#l. 
Copie.. 170. 
- Letter to, from the University of 
Cambridge. Lat. 3562, f. 90 b. 
--Letter to, from James I., 1621. 
128, f. 90 b. 

Calvert (George). 
364. 

Formerly owned MS. 

Calvert (Mary), of Albu,'y Hall. Letter 
to Sir H. $1oane, 1726. 403, f. 288. 

Oalvisius (Sethus), thc EIào'. 
the keys of the organ, 16th cent. 
: 1. 

Upon 
ooR 

Oalvisius (Sethus), the ]'o«nge,.. Thes- 
aurus Latini sermonis; with a German- 
Euglish vocabulary added by O. Lloyd, 
1657. 903. 

Oambel (Job). v. Campbell (Jo--). 

Cambis (Louis 

Dominique de), Comte de 
(',onbis ; French Ambassador in Englanà. 
l.etters to Sir H. $1oane, 1737, and n. d. 
1 ;'. 4055, ff. 208, 225, 250 ; 4058, f. 103. 
Letters fo, ri'oto Sir tf. Sloane, 
1737, 173  Ff. 4068, ff: 331 332, 
g- 
337, 342. 
Letter to from Amelot, 1737. 
Extract. 4055, f. 51. 

Cambridge, County qf. Letter to the 
Sheriff aud Justices of, from the Privy 
Coun«:il, 1614. 2442, f. 160. 

Cambridge, To,«n of. Number and 
names of hostels in, temp. Rie. Il. 1710, 

fi 251. 
Sacramentum 
mendum, 16th cent. 
Prescriptions 

a Burgensibus su- 
1441, f. 43. 

and accompts of a 

l,hysician at, 1597-1636. 1137. 
Prescriptions ruade up by apothe- 
caries at, 1619-1622, 1626-1628. 1112, 

ff. 1-34 ; 1408. 
• liiscellaneous 
and st ories in prose 

collection of jests 
and verse, by ome 

one be]onging to, ]627. 1489. 

Letter to a fl-iend at, from G. 
Bonnivert, respecting the cure of his 

blindness, 1680. Draft. 1009, f. 141. 
Friars Minor af. Formerly owned 
31S. 1726. 

Cambridge, Uni¢ersity of. :bc«,«b 
Cantabrigienis a 12. Parker, 1622; ith 
additions down to the year 1660. 1765. 
• Collectanea de 17th cent. 1775, 
ff. 181 b-191. 

Aceount o; 17th cent. 1710, 
ff. 248-250. 
De ejus antiquitate, e N. Harps- 

S. Marioe expensis, 1478-1519. 1441, 
f. 42. 
-- List of the Vice-Chancellors and 
Proctors, 1580-1600. 1441, ff. 45-48. 
Lift of Archbishops and Bihops be- 
]onging to 17th cent. 1710 ff. 252-278. 
- Quoestiones duœe Theologicoe in 
vespere comitiorum, cire. 1570. 478. 
- Catalogue of books belonging to a 
Cambridge 3I.D., early 17th cent. 658, 
f. 130b. 
Commonplace book of a student al 
17th cent. 1775, ff: 216-254. 
- -. Carmina de reditu Principis Car.li 
ex Hlspania, 1623. 1479, fL 14--16. 
- Manner of election of the Duke of 
Buckingham t o the Chanceilorship, 1626. 
1775, ff. 23-30. 
Order from Charles I. for its 
government, 1629. 1775, f. 42 b. 
Orationes aca, lemicoe, cri'c. 1630 
161-1644. 1532, ff. 2-38 ; 150. 
-- Versus J. 

tion 
cent. 

Pragesti in laudem ejus, 
et bibliothecoe communis in ca, 17th 
cent. 1378, f. 27. 
. Forms of subscriptions for 
couraging imprimeries belonging to, 
18th cent. 4019, f. 194. 
Proelectiones in Alcoranum ibidem 
a Prof. C. Wright habitæ, 1"1702-1711]. 
3218. 
Letters relating to, 1546-1623. 
3562, ff. 2-104. 
Letters to, from Dr. Caius, 1554. 
Zat. Clies. 3562, ff. 59, 64. 
Letter to, from Sir R. Cecil, 1600. 
Lat. 1710, f. 177. 
.... Litteroe ad, a Jacobo I., n.d. 1775, 
f. 33b. 
12oyal letter to the Vice-Chancel- 
lot and Heads of Houses for cteating 
H. Wickham a D.D., Ç1624-1641]. 856, 
f. 17. 

Act passed in 1571 for incorpora- 
of the two universities, late 17th 
625, f. 53. 
De nummis in structura ecclesioe 

feld, 17th cent. Exce,'pt. 1775, f. 180. 
 Statutes, 1570, 1573, 1579, 1580- 
1593. Lat. and Engl. 1441 ff: 16-41, 
41 b, 43 b, 60-68. 



INDEX. 

Cambridge, Unive,.sit.,] of (contin,oed). 
C,,rrespon,lence with the Duke of Buck- 
ingham, 1626-1628. L,,I. and l'ngl. 
826, f. ll2b; 1479, ff. 18, 19; 1775, 
ff: 30 b, 31, 34 b, 36. 
-Correspondence with Charles I., 
1626-1628. /,.'wjl. and Lat. 1479, ff. 
17, 21 ; 1775, ff. 32 b, 33, 37, 37 b, 38 b. 

- Letter to Sir T. Coventry, 1629. 
Let. 1710, f. 178. 
. Letter fo Chief Justice Ricbardson, 
1630. 1775, f. 43 b. 
-- Royal letter to the Vice-Chancellor 
and Heads of Houses to l,ermit H. Gouche 
to proceed at once t o the degree of D.D., 
temp. Chas. ll. 856, f. 13. 
Royal letter to the Vice-'hancel- 
lor and Heads of louses to adroit E. R. 
to tbo degree of B.D., tcmp. Chas. II. 
56, f. 15. 
Letter fo, from Lord Holland, n. d. 
1775, f. 38. 
- Letter to the Archbishop of York, 
n.d. 1775, f. 40. 
Letter to Lord Manchester, n. d. 

1775, f. 40 b. 
Letter fo It. Maye, n. d. 
f. 41 b. 
Letter fo Lord 
1775, f. 42. 
Christ' s C'ollege. 

1775, 

5alisbury, n. d. 

Royal letter com- 
mendatory of T. Smouit to the next 
vacant fel[owship, 1661. 856, f. 39. 
Emmanucl Colle!le. Statuta funda- 
toris G. Mi|dmay,'Militis, et alia, 17th 
cent. 1739. 
Warraat foi" granting to, 
the privilege of nominatiug Proctors, 
Taxors and Scrutators, 1660. 856 f. 7. 
kfa.q&ffenv College. Statuta, 17th 
cent. 3644, ff. 122-128. 
- - - = Commonplace book of a 
sizar, 1614. 138. 
------- Warrant foi" granting to, 
t he privilege of nominatiug Proctors, 
Taxors and Scrutators, 1660. 856, f. 7. 
Penrb«'oke ltall. Paymeut of money 
by, to Framlingham, Debenham and 
Coggeshall, 17th cent. 2592, ff. 11 b-13. 
- - -- Pcterhouse. Letter, on ri'ce election 
to fellowships, from Sir R. Cecil to the 
31aster and Fellows, 1660. 1441 f. 49. 

mous, 1603. 

the Master and Fellows, 
f. 5Oh. 

- Statute concerning Coin- 
l-t41, f. 49 b. 
Letter from James I. to 
1604. 1441, 

C$mbridge, University of. l'cte,'ho st 
(continued). Formerly owned MS. 59. 
S. John's Col/e9e. Inscriptions 
from the chapel, 1601. 3836, f. 20 b. 
Catalogus librorum medi- 
corum in, 1640. 660 f. 1-7 b. 
Sidney Sussex College. Epistola 
ad Ducem Buckinghamioe de ejus elec- 
tione in Cancellatum, 1626. 1479, f. 22. 
- Warrant for granting fo, 
t he privilege of nominating Proctors, 
Taxors and Scrutators, 16.0. 856, f. 7. 
 -Private expenses of W. 
'rosse, Fellow, 1669- 1672. 3780. 
.- Letter mandatory to the 
Master and Fellows to elect G. Downing 
to a Coxwol,t fellowship temp. l'bas, ll. 

85c, f. 32. 
lrinity 
659. 

Colle,je. Statuta, 156. 

Symbolum Triados, quod 

del)ingitur partira partimque deauratur 
in latus oriutale amp!issimoe istius areoe, 
1597. 613, f. 2. 
------- - " l'ossessiones e dono lieur. 
VIII. et 31ariœe," 1645. 660, ff. 21  oo- 
0- ., I • 
Royal letter to, to permit 
A. Cowley to hold his fellowshi l, for the 
next 7 
[16603 • 

by Dr. 
149. 

years without taking Ol',lers, 
856, f. 32. 
['atalogue of the library, 
Foote, 17th cent. 78, t: 133- 

son 
1663. 

 Catalogue de 
cent. 1968, f. 159. 

ses plantes, lth 

Letters 
[1704]. Lat. 
4062, f. o o 

to Rev. J. Ray, 1699, 
hnperf. 3321, f. 1,55 ; 

Cambridge, Jàmes, Duke of, 
J«mes I/. Note of his birth, 
1708, f. 126. 
Camden (William), Clareaeeux. 'ol- 
lection of his grants of arms by E. 
Anuish, 16th cent. 3485. 
Epitaph by R. Thory, 17th cent. 
£at. 1768, f. 88 b. 
EI,itaph by G. Bonnivert, late 17th 
cent. l,«t. 1028, f. 30 b. 
Camellus (Georgius Josephus), Jesuit,,. 
Icones et descriptiones rerum naturalium 
in insulis Philippensibus, 18th cent. 
4080-4083, C. 
Obserrationes de insularum Philil,. 
pinarum historia naturali, 17th 'cent. 
2941, ff. 1-4, 9-12, 14-55. 
Catalogue of MSS. sent by, to J. 
Ray and Sir It. Sloane, 1698. 3323, 
f. 51. 



94 

INDEX. 

Camellus (Georgius Josephus), Jesuita 
(cour,oued). Letter to Dr. S. Browne, 
1699. ,qpan. with Engl. transi. 4062, 

ff. 294-296 b. 
I.etters 
Lat. 3321, 
135 b. 

to J. Petiver, 1700-1704. 
f. 151; 4083, A. ff. 132- 

Letters to, from G. teu Rhyne, 

1698, 1699. 4083, A. ff. 128, 130. 
Letter to, from Rev. J. Ray, 1701. 
Lut. 

Lat. 

U,,/,y. 3334, f. 68 b. 
Letter to, h'om J. Petiver, 170.. 
4063, f. 133. 
Note of the date of his death in 

May, 1706, by Sir Il. Sloaue, n. d. 4020, 
f. 103. 

Camer (Nicolaus). Alchymical receipts, 
15th cent. Lat. 976, |'. 40 b. 

Cumerarius (Joachim), 
o It. Laaguet, 1560. 
t: 135. 

Camer (Thom:ts). Extract fi'om, relatiug 
to the Abbat of Ramsey's alchemical 
process, 17th cent. 1744, ff. 33-36. 
Son. Letter 
Let. 2764, 

Letters to H. Baumgartner, 1563. 
Lat. 2764, ff. 9, 135. 
Camerarius (Joachim), Jun. Corre- 
si»oudence with J. de La Riritre, 1591. 
Lat. Copies. 2089, ff: 73 b-75 b. 
Camerarius (Philipp), LL.D..of Nurem- 
/,cr,.l. Les méditation historiques Latines 
le traduits par S. Goulard, 17th cent. 
Extr,«ct. 2680, f. 5. 
Cameras y M:endoza (Autouio de los), 
Iot, ernor of |'exd. Letter to, f. om 
Lord Belasyse, 1666. St»,,n. 399, f. 11. 

Cameron (Thomas), JLD., of 
Letter 
291. 
Camlin 
l,etter 
f. 87. 
Cmpanell (F,-d Tomaso), .Domini- 
c.mo. ComFeadio della monarchia del 
Mesia, 17th cent• 2255. 
Campani (Tommaso), Prete. Memorie 
auicne d| Volterra e di Pisa, 1679. 
'760 

l Vor«ester. 
to Sir tt. Sloane, 173. 4034, 

(Samuel), «].r.D., qf llertford. 
to Sir H. Sloane, 1700. 4038, 

Campanology. v. London. Cheapside 
Sch,lars Company of Bellringers. 
Campanus (,Joannes), Aov«riensis. Eu- 
clid|» elementorum librorum quindecim 
l:ropo.-itiones ex ejas versione, 14th cent. 
25, ff. 2-65 b. 
P, actica de dispositione aeis, 15th 
cent. 332, f. 16. 

Campbell (Archibaid), 7th Earl of A,'- 
gyil. Treatise on the use of the gl,,bes 
dedicated to by A. F. van Laugeu, 17th 
cent. Ttco copies. 651, ff. 2-19 20-36. 

Campbell (Charles), of I)ubl,n. L,tter.. 
fo Sir H. Sloane, 1724, 1725. 4034, 
ff. 295, 298. 

Campbell (James), of Mahon, Miwrca. 
Letters to J. Petiver 1716, 1717. 3322, 
ff. 94, 98. 
Letters to Sir ll. Sloane, 1716, 
1722. 4044, ff 174; 4046, f. 312. 

Campbell (dames), Royal Physician 
Ordinary fo," Scotlan t. Letters to Sir 
ll. Sloane, n.d. 4034, f. 297. 

Campbell (Jo--). Account of his resi- 
dente in the Mogul's country in India, 
cire. 1660. 811 ff: 2-17. 

Campbell (John), 1st l:'arl of Loudoua. 
Letter to Sir T. Firfax, 1645. 1519, 
f. 92. 

Campbell (John), M.D., of Shipston on 
S, ou.', co. Worc. Letter to :Sir ll. Parkel', 
1709. 4034, f. 2.q. 

Campbell (Mary), wbtow. Letter to Sir 
11. Sloaue, n.d. 4058, f. 103. 
Campbell (Neill), Bishop of the Id«s. 
Sentence of deposition against, 1638. 
650, £ 73. 
Campe (Eberhard vom), Rdpublicoe IL, m- 
burge,,sis S,'hohtrcha. Epital,h by 51. 
Kirsten, 1675. Lat. 288 ff 7-12. 

Campian (Edmund). Arl'aignment for 
high treason, 1581. 1132, tt: 1-13. 

Carnpion (Edward). 
(Edmund). 

v. Campian 

Campo y Angulo (Pedro Fernandes 
del), Span,sh S«cretary of .'tare. Letter 
to the Corregidor of Tarifa, 1668. Span. 
3499, L 63. 

Camusat (Nicole), Canon of Troyes. Pre- 
seuted M.';. 2433, A-C.in 1613to P. Petau. 

Canacci (Caterina), of F, orcnce. Death 
of, with epitaph, 1638. ItaL and Lat. 
1930, ff. 53-63. 

Canary Islands. 
1610-1624. ,St, an. 
List of trees 
T. Simmons, 1694. 

Papers relating to, 
3827, ff'. 204-249 b. 
and »eeds from, by 
332, ff. 88, 90. 

Description of a stone tree from, 
18th cent. 4020, t: 200. 
Route to, ri'oto San Lucar, 16th 
cent. .'p,,n. 4028, ff" 34 b-38. 

Salling course trom, to the West 
Indies, 17th cent. 2292, ff. 30-33. 



INDEX. 95 

Oandeshe, Fa,nily of. v. Cavendtsh, of 
ce. 1Vo,l., bhmitt/ , f. 
Calldia, Is& of. Catalogue des plantes 
en, par MM. Tournefort et Gundels- 
heimer, 1701. 4020, f. 1. 

O, ne (William), of 
Letter te Sir H. 

£ 

Newcast le-upon- 71qne. 
Sloane 173.î.. 4026, 

Caneparius (Pêtrus Maria), M.D., of 
Cre,,,a. Chy,nicœe ol,erationes ex ejus 
libre (le atramentis, 17th cent. 570, 
ff. 1-9 b. 
Canman (James), Prisoner i)t Ne,'.late 
(l,,,,l. Letter te Sir H. Sloaue's servants, 
,. d. 4067, £ 14. 
Canon Law. v..Law. 
Cantele (Pet.r), Recto,'of Mo, ks Toft, 
ce. No,l. Certificatio de confessione 
duorum l,aroehianorum, 1463. 1764, f. 3. 
Canterbury, ce. l«nt. Speeches on 
the entrvinto of Carles I. 11325. 
1455, ff. i-6. 
Royal letter te the city reeom- 
mending the re-election of W. Turner, 
the pre»ent Mayor 1660. 85, f. 27 b. 
------- 81. At.qtt,nds Ch,,rch. Exeerpta 
ex annalibus eccle»ize 8. Augustini extra 
mures, 16th cent.. 1301, tt. 175, 386 b. 
--. Christ Ch,,rch Priory. Ecerpta 
e vet«ri martyrologio et libre cal,itulari 
ecclesioe, 16th cent. 1301, £ 399 b. 
---- Accompts of the Treasurer, 
circ. 1446. Fr,,gm. 4074. 
.... A mook of, formerly owned 
MS. 334. 
-------, .s'ee of. Letters ri'cm Archbishop 
Beeket te the bishops of the Province of 
Cant.erbury, 14th cent. Let. Copies. 
1777, ff. 4 b, 6, 15 b-24. 
- - Letter te Archbishop Becket frein 
lhe bishops and clergy of his Province, 
14th cent. Lat. Copy. 1777, f. 13. 
.... Letter ri'oto Pope Aiexander III. 
te the bishops of the Pr,,viuce, 14th 
cent. Lat. Col,y. 1777, : 46 b. 
,4rchbishop.¢f. Succession of frein 
S. A,gu.,tine te T. Arun.tei, 15th cent. 
2732, A 
v. Abbot (George). 
A nseim. 
Beeket (Thomas). 
Bourehier CFhomas). 
Jux,,n (Wi liam). 
Laud (Wiiliam). 
S:mcroft (Williarn). 
Tnison 
Tiil,)ts,,n (Johu). 
Whitgift (John). 

Cantilupe (William de) 8eai, coi_,y , 18th 
cent. 3424, f. 10 b. 

Canton, in China. 13otanical specimens 
bought at, by Dr. Dumeny, 1704. 2296, 
f. 30. 

Cantuaria (M;,g. J,,rdau de}, Physicien 
te Ed,(trd III. Grant of a salary te, 
1343. Lat. 3'299, f. 82. 

Cantwell (R--), of ce. A;,rth ,nts. Medi- 
cal prescril»tion for his daughter, by 
J. Metford, 1652. L.,t. 2812, f. 49 b. 

Canutius (Jacol,u), Professer et Copen- 
ha.qen. Letter te, frein B. Severinius 
1653. 2870, f. 47 b. 

Canutus, Bisho,, r,f Aa,'huus. in Dcn- 
m(,',. Treatise of pestilence, 15th cent. 
404, ff. 282 b-293 b. 

Cany (-- Le Ner,nanti). v. Le Nor- 
mand Cany (----). 

Capel (Arthur), afterw. 1.,t l)aron Col;el. 

Letters te, from G. Harvey, circ. 1574. 
93, ff. 90 b, 102. 
- Letterto Lord Fairfax, n.d. 1519, 
£ 74. 

Capel (Arthur), 1st Earl of Essex. l.et- 
ters te, when Ambass:,lor af Col,enhagen, 
frein Secr. "l're'or 167o. 1003 fl: 127- 
135. 
- l'apers reIating te 
death in the Tower, 1683. 

his vi,leut 
78, ff. 1-22. 

Capel (Elizabeth), uM,»,, of 
E,»'l or Esser. Ltters te Sir tI. Sl,ne, 
[1702], and n.d. 4058, ff: 106, 107. 

Capel (Si,. Henry), «ft«w. B«ron Cal,CI 
of l'ewkesbu,y. Letter te, frein Sir J. 
Houblon, 1692. 1089, t. 6. 

Capel (Wi|liam), 3rd Eart of 
Letter te Sir Il. Sic:me, 17â. 
f. 166. 

Letter te his sister, l,ady Midleton, 
n.d. 4066, f. 295. 

Capella (Andriana), wife of 2licol,, 
Capcllo. Capt,h of l'erona. Consi]ia 
me,lien pro. 1640. Lat. and ltaL 2253, 
ff. 161 b-165, :277 b. 

Capelle, Xa, Aisne, France. Descriptiot 
cri late 17th cent. 1039, f. 5'2. 

Cape of Oood Hope, in Af. ;ca. Jour- 
nal of voyage te, by W. A. Cowley, 1683- 
1686. 54. 

Cha,ts of, by Sir N. Mi|let, late 
17th cent. 1040, ff. 52-58. 



INDEX. 

Cape Verde Islands. Journal of 
voyage to, by W. A. Cwley, 1683-1686. 
54. 
- -- Chart of, by Sir N. Miller, late 
17th cent. 1040, f. 54. 
Capojus (Godofredus), of G6«lit,. in Obe,'- 

Lausitz. Autograph 
2360, f. 54. 

Cappeler (Mauritius 

in albnm, 1692. 

Antonius), $LD., 

of Luce,-ne. Letter fo Sir H. Sloane, 
1.725. Lat. 4047, f. 352. 

Cappello (Biauca), Gr,n Dechesa di 
lbscana, v. Tuscany, Grand Dukes of. 
Francesco Maria. 

Capper (Alexander), of T«ngie,'. 
martial sentence on, for theft, 
3514, f. 158. 

.OlI t- 
1673. 

Car' (Martinus), Apostolicas et 
Notarius. Wrote, in 15th 
3487. 

[ml,erialis 
cent., 

Caraceiolo 

(Pasq uale). Avertimenti 
lnolto utili et necessarii per accomodare 
ogni sorte de Caraili, 16th, 17th centt. 
1074, ff. 95-144; 2757, ff. 279. 
On the veterinary art, 17th cent. 
]lai. 2757, ff. 80-237. 

Caramon (----- de), Matre Apothdcab'e 
h la l'lace à Calais. Letter to J. Low- 
thorp» 1712. Ff. 4065, f. 32. 

Caranta (Jacobus). De morsu canis 
rabi,li, 17th cent. 1988, ff. 201 b-205. 

Carbery, Earl of. v. Vaughan (John). 
Card (Andrew). Acquittance fo Dr. . 
Wall, 1687. 1731, A. f. 42. 

Cardanus (Girolamo). 

Consilium medi- 
cure pro 3larchione quodam, 7th cent. 

1392, ff. 37-39. 
Astrologica, 17th cent. 
2097, ff. 1-16. 
De lapidibus, 17th cent. 
3118, fl: 227 b-229. 
De suhtilitate, 17th 
c«rpts. 3162, f. 26. 

Ea'cerpt s. 

Exce»Tts. 

ce n t. Ex- 

Cardonnel (Jean de), General merch«ut. 
Journal of his commercial travels in 
lreland, Englaud and France» 1649, 
1654-1656. 1731, B. 
Cardomael (Peter de), brother of .1"ena 
de Cardonn.el. Owned, in 1650, MSS. 
213 ; 282 ; 316. 
Cards, Playing. v. Mertene (J--). 
Care (Henry), udent in Phys;c and 
Astrology. Answer by, to a libel on 
Liily's Almauac, in verse, 17th cent. 
2285, f. 141. 

Care (ltenry), Student i, Physic 
Ast,'olo.ly (contimwd). Verses to none 
but the malicious carper and ealumni- 
ator, 1671. 2285, f. 163. 
Verses to H. Coley, 1672. 285, 
f. 162. 

Carelesse (Jt,hn), Priooner in the h'i«j's 
Bench. A godly ballad. 17th cent. 
1896, f. 11. 

Carera (Jorge de la). v. La 
(Jorge de). 

(ai'era 

CaresweLl (Ei--). Letters to, from 
Bird, 1670. 1942, ff. 5, 5 b. 

Carew (D«»w Elizabeth), wife ,,f 85" 
Nich. C«rew, of Beddbgon. Formerly 
owned MS. 4031. 

Carew (Sir George), Ambassaào; to 
France. MS. 3934 was dedicated in 
1606 t o him. 

Carew (George). Pal,ers relating to his 
suit with W. Courten, Ia63-1680. 3515, 
ff. 1-47. 

Carew (Sir 

Matthew), Master in 
cery. Excerpta ex ejus copia chronici 
R. Wendover, 1585. 1301, t: 177. 
Excerpta ex chartis ejus, 16lb 
cent. 1301, ff. 202, 208. 

Carew (Peter). Note of money paid 
him in 167 for copying MS. 1425. 
Carew (Thomas), Poet. Poems and songs. 
17th cent. 739, ff. 99-103 b (reversed) ; 
446, ff. 29 b, 35 (0, 54 b (0, 55 b, 57, 5., 
70, 70 b, 74, 76 b (?), 77 ,, 78 b, 79, 80 b, 
81 b, 82 b, 84 b, 87 b, 89 (?) ; 1792, ff. 6, 
80b-82, 118, 120[, 130, 131, 13lb, 
133-134. 
A song, 17th cent. 542, f. 13b. 
Lines on a fly drowned in a lady's 
eye, 17th cent. 542, f. 16b. 

Carey (Si,- George). 2nd /oron Hunsdon. 
Credentials, when English Ambassad«r 
to ,'cotland, 1582. 3199, f. 301. 
Letter to his cousin, Sir F. Knollys, 
1599. '2.251, f. 106. 
Carey (Henry), Ist [.«ron l[unsd, m. 
Addition to the Treaty between Englan,1 
ad the Netherlands. signed by, 1585. 
3245. 
Apophthegm, 17tl cent. 1523, 
f. 42. 

Carey (John Patrîcke). 
(John Patrick). 

v. Cary ol. Carey 

Carey (Peter), o.f Gue,-nsey. 
Sir H. Sloane, 1734, 1735. 
4054, f. 117. 

Letters fo 
¢053 f. 239  



INDEX. 97 

Carey (Valentine), Mast«r of Chrht's 
College, and Vice-Chancelier of Cambridge 
Universitq. Letter te Sir J.------, 1615. 
Çopy. 3562, f. 41. 
Letter te, fi'om Lord Northampton, 
1613. 356. °, f. 39. 

Caribbee Islands. Catalogue 
their plants, 1658. 2346, f. 200. 

of 

Carie (Christopher). 
MS. 306. 

Formerly owned 

Carillo (Ff. Lucas). Stanzas De nativi- 
tate Domini, late 16th cent. 19an. 796 
f. 44b. 

Carkeke (Elizabeth), aflerw. 1st wife of 
S,r 1"homas Smith. Horoscope, 1529. 
325» f. 13 b. 

Carlaverock, co. Dumfries. Names 
and arms of nobles and knights at the 
siege of, 1300. 1429, f. 18 b. 

Carleon (Lo,is). Eclipsium tabuloe 
secun,lum Abbatem R. Wallingford 
compositoe per, temp. Rieh. III. 1697, 
ff. 25-32 b. 

Carleton. v. Clarlton, co. 

Carleton (Sir Dudhy). Speech in the 
House of Commons, 1636. 1710, f. 293. 

Carleton (George), lishop of Llandaff. 
Instructions te, as Ambassador te the 
Netherlauds, for compounding Church 
differences in the Low Countries, 1618. 
2442, f. 161. 

Carleton (Henry), of ltastings, ce. Suss. 
Letter te 8if H. Sloane, 1719. l"mperf. 
4045» f. 254. 

Carlisle, ce. Cumb. Demand for its 
being dismantled, 1645. 1771, f. 23b. 
------Orders for collecting customs in 
the port ot 1669-1690. 2725. 
-- ---- Addresses of the city te Charles II., 
1682. 2723, ff. 37-50. 

Papers relatiug te, 1690. 2723, 
ff. 136-139. 
, Bislol) of. v. Rainbow (Edward). 
, Dean a,d Chaptcr of. Royal 
letter te, te dispense with the reidence 
of the Dean, [1628.] 856, f. 16 b. 
, Earls of. 
v. Hay (James). 
Howard (Charles). 

Carmenius (Daniel), Physicus P,-imarius 
t?ononiensis. Consilia medica, 17th cent. 
Lat. and Ital. 2253, ff: 177-180, 221- 
223. 

Carmonensis (Gerardus). 
%blonetanus. 

v. Gerardus, 

Carne (Sir Edward), Ewlish Arnbassador 
te Reine. Epitaph on his tombin Rome, 
1561. Lat. 3836, f. 6. 

Carolus Eusebius, P«inceps da Liech- 
tenstein, v. Lieclatenstein, Princes of. 

Caron (----), French Minister at Tlwrney, 
ce. Cambr. Fol'merly owned IIS. 2749. 

Carp (Henricus). Letter te C. Sibe|iu. 
à Goor, 1689. Lat. 2729, f. 158. 

Carpenter (George), 2ad Baron Car- 
19enter. Letter te Sir H. Sienne, 173. 
4053, f. 168. 

Carpenter (Richard). Prologue on the 
Philosopher's Stone in verse, 17th cent. 
288, f. 64. 
.------- Alehemical verses, 16th cent. 1098, 
f. 10. 

Carpenter (William), Custom tlouse 
officer af Taw.lier. Accompt of moneys, 
1670-1674. 3511, f. 265 b. 
-- -Quarrel with Col. Alsopp, 16.. 
3514 ri: 26 28. 

Carr (Cuthbert), of Louvain. Elegy 
on, 18th cent. Lat. 3329, f. 84. 

Carr (Frances), wife of l:ober, E«rl of 
Somerset. Relation of the arraigument 
of, 1616. 1002, ff. 99-105 b. 
 Stanzas on, 17th cent. 1792, 
ff. 2b, 3. 
Carr (John), of C7rist's College, Cmbrid,je. 
Letter te ---- Browne, 1671. 2251 
f. 104. 

Carr (John), Publisher, of London. 
te Dr. W. Holder, 1692, 1693. 
ff. 56, 121, 123. 

Letters 
138, 

Carr (Louis), Bastard. Warraut for 
granting his estate at Killerby te his 
brother Robert, temp. Chas. ll. 856, 
f. 33 b. 

Carr (R---). Formerly owned bl. 748. 
Carr (Robert), Earl of Some,'set. Ar- 
raignment, 1616. 1002, ff. 106-117. 
------- Bill of the tar Chamber against, 
1630. 1199, f. 103 ; 1200, f. 77-85 b. 

Letter te, fl'om Sir W. Ralegh, 
1608. 3079, f. 44; 3520, f. 13. 
- , lestitution of his househld stufi 
requested by Lord Balmeîinoch, 1644. 
1519» f. 41. 

-------- Verses on, 1627. 1489, f. 9 b. 
------- Satirical vêrses on, 17th cent. 2023, 
f. 58b. 



98 

INDEX. 

Carr (Robert), Chirur9eon. D. Madeira 
Arraîs' " Methodo de conhecer e curar 
morbo Gallîco" translated by, 1645. 247, 
ff. 2-320 b. 
D. Madeira Arrais' " Apology 
touching Phlebotomy in the feet," trans- 
lated by, 1645. 2¢7, ff. 321-349b. 
Carr (Thomas). Formerly owned MS. 
3319. 

Carre (Capt. ---), of TangUer. Account 
of his debt to ------ Vernatty, 166.î. 3509, 
f. 151. 

3511, f. 171. 
Stoppage of his pay, 1673. 3511, 
f. 242. 
Quarrel with Major Fairborn% 
1673. 3511 ff. 222-230. 

Carthagena, New Gr«nada. 

History 
of the French expedition to, 1697. 1910, 
ff. 50-58. 
- Account of attempt on, by Admiral 
E. Vernon, 1741. 3970. 
Sailing course to, from Cabo de la 
Guia, 17th cent. 2292» f. 35. 
Coast-marks to, from Sta. Martha, 
17th cent. 2292, f. 35b. 
Sailing course from, to Nombre 
del Dios, 17th cent. 2292, f. 36. 

CartwTight (Edmund), of C,,'ay's 1"nn. 
 Quarrel with Lieut. Roc, 1672. Cure of a sword-thrust :in his lungs, 
circ. 1578. 2023. f. 3 b. 

Carrell (Capt. -----), of Tanffier. Cove- 
riant wîth S. Luke, 1674. 3512, f. 10 b. 

Carrichter (Bartholomoeus). Declaratio 
vegetabilium, sub quo nimirum sint 
coelesti signo, 17th cent. 78 ff. 91-98. 
- De capitis dolore, 17th cent. x- 
cert)ts. 2109 ff. 108-155. 
Tabula indicans methodum ejus de 
quatuortriplicitatibus, 17th cent. 2109, 
ff. 156-180. 

Carrill, Domin,. v. Caryll (----), u, ife 
of Sir John Car#IL 

Cartagena. v. Carthagena, New Granada. 

Carte (Thomas), Historian. Letter to 
Sir H. Sloane, 173}. 4052, f. 288. 

the Master 
Lat. 118, 

Carter (George). Letter to 
of his College, 17th cent. 
£ 308. 

Carter (Matthew). Scheme of his 
tivity, 1652. 1707, £ 21 b. 

Carter (Richard). Scheme of 
tivity, 1653. 1707, £ 22. 

Carter (Timothy), of Scarbough. Letter 
to Dr. Nortb, 1732. 4034, £ 302. 

--------Letters to Sir H. Sloan% 1732, 
173]. 4034, ff. 303-308 b. 

Carter (William), Painter and Engraver. 
Commonplace-book, 1637-1652. 141. 
Sir H. 

Carter (William). Letter to 
Sloane, 1740. 4056, f. 245. 

Carteret (John), 2nd Baron Ca,'teret. 
Letter fo, as Secretary of State, from 
Col. T. Ekines, 1723. 4046, f. 356. 

Cartesius. v. Descartes (Rend). 

Cartwright (Robert), Cornet. Letter to 
Lord Falkland, 162. 3827, f. 62. 
CartwTight (Thomas), l'uritan. Letter 
to Sir C. Yelrerton, 1603. Copy. 271, 
f. 21 b. 

Cartwright (Thomas), Bishop of Chester. 
Proceedings of, as Univiisity Commis- 
sioner, against blagdalen College, Oxford, 
1687. 2680, ff. 12-15; 3076. 
Carver (T--), M.D. of Halesworlh. Let- 
ters to Dr. Hulse, 1681, 1682. 123, 
ff. 5, 8 b, 9 b, 10 b, 11 b. 
Carving. Treatise on carving food, 17th 
cent. !tal. 2398. 
-- Rules for carving, 17th cent. 
ltaL 424, ff. 67-84. 
v. Vontet (Jacques). 
Calwlzar al. Kaswar, IVest Coast of 
India. Chart of, by Capt. J. Kemp- 
tborne. 1688. 3665, f. 45. 
Carw'ithin (---), Chant, of London 
Particu]iarits observées et la distillation 
des eaux de vie et esprits, 18th cent. 
89, f. 27. 
- Extrait de ses mdmoires, 17th 
cent. 2079, ff. 9-13. 
Letter to, frorn 
4066, 

Cary (M,d«m----). 
ber kinsman, A. Buddle, n. d. 
f. 286. 

Cary (Sir Edward), Master of the Royal 
Jewels. Letters to, from his son Henry, 

I61, 1612. 3827. ff. 6, 8. 
Cary ( Lady Eiizabeth), daughterof tlenry 
2nd Earl of Monmo,dh. Sale of Castle 
Eden manor by, to ber brother-in-law, 
Lord MMdeton, 1673. 3511, f. 212 b. 

Cary (,Sir George). v. Carew (Sir 
George). 
CarT (Henry), 1st l'iscount Falkland. 
Correspondence and papers chiefly re- 
latng to hts Lord Deputyship of Ireland 
1604-1632. 3827. 



INDEX. 

99 

Cary (Henry), 4rb Viscount Falkl,,d. 
Warrant for his appoiutment as a privy 
couucillor in Irelaud, 1662. 856, f. 41 b. 

Cary (J--). Letter fo J. Petiver, 1708. 
4034, f. 309. 

Cary al. Carey (John Patrick), son of 
llenry, Ist l's,.ou,t Fa/blond. Letter 
to-----, on the flight of the Barberini 
family from Rome, [1644-1654. 3299, 
f. 177. 

Cary (Lucius), 2/ 
Speech concerning 
1430, ff. 77-84. 

Viscount F.lkland. 
shipmoney, 1640. 

Cary (Ladg Marc), dau thter of Henry, 
2nd Earl of Monmouth, and w(fe o] 
William, Earl of Desmond. v. Feilding 
(Mary). 

Cary (William), lwtor. Novi syderis 
apotheosis, metrice, 17th cent. 1767, 
f.12. 

Cary (Sir Wymond). Aflïdavit 
sale of sheep at Snettisham, co. 
1604. 3827, f. 2. 

of his 
Norf., 

Caryll (Domina------), wife of Sir John 
C«ryll» Sen., of Anffmerin,i and Brarn- 
haro. Horoscope, 1558-1601. 1697 
£9b. 

Caryngton (John). 
toothache, 16th cent. 
Casaubon 
Caubon. 
1618. Ff. 

Medicine for the 
62, fi 16. 

(Florence), whlow of Isaac 
Letter to Bishop Andrewes, 
118, f' 11. 

Casaubon (Isaac). Animadversiones in 
Athnoeur 17th cent. Excerpts. 1173, 
ff. 7-22. 
- . Expositio verborum ex ejus editione 
Athenoei, 17th cent. 1300, ff: I-4 b. 
 --- Epist]e to F. Du Duc relative fo the 
Jesuits, 17th cent. Extract. 848, f. 15. 
------- Letter t% from Card. du Perron 
circ. 1612. 1950, ff. 92-112. 
Casaubon (Meric), .on of .rs ,ae, Canon 
o] Canterb.«ry. Letter to Bishop An- 
drewes, 1618. Lat. 118, f. 14. 
- --- Versus de, a R. Thory, 17th cent. 

1768, f. 84. 
Caschau, in Hungary. Phoenomenon in 

ccelo supra civitatem visum, 1669. 
1913, f. 167. 
Caselius (Johannes). Letters 
Kirchmann and others, 1566 
2882, f. 46 b-49. 

1911- 

Casneto, I)e, Family of. Pedigree, 
17th cent. Fragm. 1008, f. 12 b. 

Cassadebante (Capt. Manuel de), of 
C,d;z. Conveyance of his riht in a 
debt to Capt. B. M. Reugel, 1679. Span. 
1087, f. 107. 
Cassignno (Petrus de). Aqu caus- 
ticoe, 15th cent. 3863, f. 100 b. 
Cassini (Jacques), As/ronomcr Royal of 
France. Letters to Sir H. Sloane, 1715- 
1737. Ff. 4044, f. 33 ; 4053, f. 125 ; 
4055, f. 219. 
Cassini (Jacques Dominic), Astronomer 
Letters to Sir H. S|oane, 
Fr. and Engl. 4037, ff. 

(ob. 1712). 
1698-1699. 
115, 214. 
Cassiodorus 

(Magnus 
orthographia, 12th cent. 
Cassovia. v. Caschau. 

Aureliu). De 
[mperf . 1057. 

Cassure :Doudor, Alcayde de La 
in T«tmm. Grant of safe-conduct, 1665. 
Sp«n. 1955, . 19. 
• Letters from hîm, 167-1674. 
Span. Copies. 1958, ff. 45 b, 50 b, 55. 
-- Letters to him, 1674. Span. 1958, 
ff. 46, 54, 54 b, 55. 
Cassum el Shat, Governor of 4ngcra, 
Africa. Grant ofsate-conduct to, 1673. 
Span. 1958, f. 35. 
--Letters from him, 1666. pan. 
Copies. 1955, ff. 56 b-57 b, 63 b, 86 b, 
105 b ; 1958, f. 30 b. 
-- Letters to hîm, 1666-166.ï, 1673. 
Span. 1955, ff. 35, 42, 74, 85 87 ; 1958, 
f. 31. 

Cassure Guylan. Grant of safe- 
conduct to, 166. St)an. 1955, f. 19. 

Castaneus (Henricus), fil;us LMovici. 
Epicedion ejus, per J. Scaligerum, 17th 
cent. 2764, f. 137. 
Casteole, Family of. Genealogy of, 17th 
cent. 3515, f. 39. 
Castel (Louis Bertrand), esdt. Letters 
to Sir H. Sloane, 1728, 1730. Ff. 4050, 
f. 15; 4051, f. 15. 
------- Letter to, ri'oto Sir H. Sloane, 
172. Ff. 4068, f. 153 b. 
Castellamare, in Sicily. Directions for 
sailing into, 17th cent. 3670 f. 2. 
Castellanus (Honoratus). Compouen- 
dorure medcamentorum ratio 17th cent. 
1971. 
Castellensis (Hadrianus), Cardinal 
Bisop of Bat. Letter to. from Henr) 
VIII., 1517. 3839, ff. 2-6. 
Castelli (Petro), Professor of M«dicn« 
ai [essfna. Letter fo P. M. S[egel, 
1636. Lat. Copy. 2882, f. 26. 

H 2 



100 

INDEX. 

Castel Rodrigo, M«rques de. v. Moura 
(Francisco de). 

Castelsteuart (A--). v. Steuart (An- 
drew), Ist B«ron Casffestewart. 

Castelvetri (Jacopo). Tratto deg]i her- 
baggi et de frutti, che crudi o cotti in 
]talia si raangiano, 1614. 912. 

Castelyne (James). 
MS. 2401. 

Formerly owned 

Castile, Kings off 
(('«stile). 

v. Spain, ID'ngs of. 

Castle (J--), of London. Letter to Sir 
tt. Sloane, n.d. 4058, f. 108. 

Castle (John), M.D., of l,»'ford, co. Oxf. 

Cataloguos. Catalogues of books, 15th 
cent. Lat. ImTer f. 354s, f. 158 ;--- 
16th cent. 282, ff. 1 b, 2 ; 999, f. 25 ;--- 
17tb cent. 637, ff. 277-285 ; 933, f. 82 b ; 
2025, A. B. ; 2536, ff. 27-30 b; 2855 ; 
3652,ff. 113-121;1617. Lat. 541,£ 15. 
Catalogue of books ou natural 
magic, alchymy, medicine, my,tic theo- 
logy, etc. late 17th cent. 696 tL 1-38 b. 
Catalogue of works of travels and 
geography, 17th cent. 3094. 
Catalogue of geographical and ma- 
thematical books, 17th cent. 1783» f. 93. 
Catalogus librorum magicorum, 
late 17th cent. 696, ff. 39-43. 

Lettor 
4045, f. 102. 
Cstle :Eden :lRnor, co. Du,.h. Sale 
of, to Lord Middleton, by the Carys, 
1673. 3511, f. 212 b. 
Castlehaven, Earl 
(James). 
Castle ]atrix, in 

to Sir H. Sloane, 171. Lat. Catalogue of a medical library, 
17th cent. Lat. °.67. 

co. Zimerick. Account 
Tho. Southwell, 1642. 

Iatl,.ea& parish, 
of siege of, by 
1008, f. 70. 

Castlyn (Edward), Commissionerfor 
German loan. Instructions fo, 1576. 
2442, f. 106. 
Castrensis (Mîchael), Archbis/«4o 
Lisbon. Letters to, from 
1600, 160 I. Lat. 90°- ff. 
21 b, 30 b, 46. 
CRstrensis (Robert us). • r. Robertus, 
C« strensis. 

M. Correa, 
8, 9, II b, 

Castrensis (Stephanus Rodericus). 
Rodrigues de Castro (Estevan). 

Castro (Christol,horus de). Letter to, 
ri-oto M. Correa, 1601. L«,t. 902, f. 49. 

Castro (Pedro à), M.D. 
his Library, 17th cent. 
ff. 1-36. 

Catalogue of 
Lot. 2997, 

Castro (Rodericus à). v. Rodrigues de 
Castro (Estevan). 
Castro (Scipione di). Instructions fo, sent 
by the Duke of Bl'acciano to Spain; 
written by the Most Rev. Sigu. Orsino, 
17th cent. 1710, f. 35. 
Castroviejo. v. Ruiz de Lucera y Castro- 
viejo (Juan). 
Casulanus (Ciprianus), Cura- 
3133, 

tiones febrium putidarum, 1617. 
ff. 182-223. 
Consilium medicum, 1617. 
ff. 395-397. 

3133, 

Car. Fe]is encomim, 17th cent. 37. 

. Classed-catalogue of medical books, 
1627. :Lat. 580. 
• - Bibliotbeca medico-familiaris, ] 7th 
cent. 101, ff. 19-22 h. 
Catalogus librorum medicorum 
chirurgicorum, late 17th cent. 662, 
ff. 3-5. 
Catalogues of political tracts, 17th 
cent. 1780. 
List of scientific works, 17th cent. 
78, f. 90. 
Fragments of miscellaneous cata- 
logues, 18th cent. 4019. 
v. Aberdeen, University of. 
Bernard (Charles). 
Bernard (Francis). 
Bernard (Samuel). 
Bonnet afterw. Bonnet-Bourdelot 
(Pierre). 
Bureau (----). 
Cambridge, Univcrsity of. 
Chaçon (Alonso). 
Castro (Pedro à). 
Downes (John). 
Fabrî de Peiresc (Nicolas Claude). 
Florence. Medicean Library. 
France. 
Frison (-----). 
Germany. 
Hooke (James). 
Hooke (Robert). 
Howard (Thomas), Eorl of A un- 
del. 
Ita]y. 
Kellum (Robert). 
Leigh (Charles). 
Leyden. 
Lod wick (Francis). 
London. 
Paris. 
Petirer (James). 
Pitcairn (Archibald). 
PortugM. 

of. r. Touchet 



INDEX. 

101 

Power (Henry). 
Resenius (Paulus). 
Sloane (Sir Hans). 
Smith (John). 
Smith (Richard), Secondary of the 
Poultr Compter. 
8tubbe (Henry), 21/./_). 
Tuilidelph (). 
Voss (Isaac). 
Watson (Jacobus), J[.D. 
Cal;cher (Richard), M.D. Lectures on 
the pathology and anatomy of the human 
frame belote the College of Physicians, 
1649. 95, ff. 1-97, 218-264. 
Cateehism. Catechism for the right 
receiviug of the Eucharist, by C. Coniers, 

1586, 144, ff. 9-15 b. 
- A short catechism, 
1032, ff. 2-6. 
Catesby (), 1)omina, 
Medical prescription fol', 

16th cent. 

of Eaton. 
by Dr. 3. 
Mettord, 1652. Lat. 2812, f. 8. 
Catosby (Mark). Letters to Sir tt. 
Sloane, 1723-172. 4046, f. 352 ; 4047, 
ff. 90, 147, 212, 290, 307. 
Catesby (Tb). Formerly owned MS. 
1521. 

Catiline 

(Richard). Epitome proelêc- 
tionum quarundam de pathologia humani 
corporis, 1636. 884, ff. 1-28. 
-- Explicatio voeabu|orum q uorun- 
data e lingua groeca petitorum et in arte 
mediciaali usitatorum, 1636. Engl. and 
Lat. 884, f. 29. 
-- Observationes de corporis sentientis 
partibus integralibus» 1636. 884, ff. 
31-48. 
Annotationes quœedam ex quibus- 
data auctoribus cllectoe, de re medica, 
1636. 8s4 ff. 49-53. 
- Formuloe remediorum, 1636. Lat. 
and Enfl. 884 ff. 54-67 b. 

Letter to Dr. W. 
4038, f. 157. 
(Francesco). 
Rucellai, 15th 

17a,'on Charle- 
Falkland, 1624. 

Guido, de 

t'. Seytres 

de), Marquis de 

Catolica, P "incipe di. 
8herard, [11701. [tal. 
Cattani di I)iacceto 
Libro dello amore ad I'. 
cent. ,5270. 
Caulfield (William), 2nd 
mont. Lctter to Lord 
3827 f. 41. 
Cau].iaco (Guido de). v. 
C«uiaeo. 
C onto Marquis de. 
(Joseph de). 
Caumont (Armand 

Moetpouîlhn ; Gentleman of the Chamber 
t.» Charl's 11. of r21and. Reeeipt for 
glasses, signed by, n.d. 2132, f. 61. 

Caumpedene (Hugh of). Translation 
from the French prose romance of Sydrao 

and Boctus, 1502. 
Caux, Pays de, in 
of, late 17th cent. 

O O 
Ea91. verse. .23_. 
France. Description 
1039, f. 70. 

Cavalli (Ff. Francesco), Cap °. v. Caballi. 
Cave, :North, E.R., co. York. Arms 
and inscriptions from the church, copied 
by F. Thynne, 1599. 3836, L 20. 
Cavell (John), J[erchant of Loulon. 
Trading accompt 1614-1615. 3071, ff: 
2-5. 
Cavelyn (W--). Breviarium totius 
veteris et novi Testamenti, 15th cent. 
1939, ff. 74-81 b. 
- Wrote» circ. 1642, MS. 1939. 
Cavendish, of co. Nor]., Family of. 
Pedigree» 16th cent. 1301, f. 106. 
Cavendish (Charles). Formerly owned 
MS. 3992. 
Cavendish (Christian), widowof qlliam, 
2ml Earl of Deronshire. Letter to 
Donnes, 1656. 179, A. £ 83. 
Cavensh (Elizabeth), wife of Wiilia,,, 
E«rl, «fte,.w. 1st Duke, of Newcastle. 
Medical treatment of, by Sir T. Mayerne, 
1643. Lat. 206, A. £ 42. 
Cavenoesh (Elizabeth), dawjhter of 
Henry, 2nd Duke of Newcastle. r. pot ius 
)[onck (Eiizabeth), widow of Christopher, 
 Duke of Albeo'l«. 
Cvosh (George). Lii of Card. 
Wolsey, 17th cent. E«tra,'ts. 848, £ 14. 

Cavendish 

(Henry), 2nd 
castle. Letters to Lord Carlisle, 
2724» ff: 89 b-93. 
- Letter to J. ttowar, l, 1682. 
f. 131. 

1)uke of 
1682. 

2724, 

Cavendish 

(William), Earl, Marquis, 
and 1st Duhe, of Vewcastle. Commission 
totheGovernor of York, 164. 1519, f. 23. 
Letter fo Lord Fairfax, 1644. 
1519, f. 56. 
Letter fo, from the Scottish Lords, 
1639. 650, f. 102. 
-- Letter to, from H. Jermyn, 1643. 
1519, f. 119. 
Letter to, from Prince Rupert, 
164. 1519, f. 30. 

Cavendish (Margaret), 2nd wife of 
Williarn, 1st Dttke of Vewcastle. Com- 
pendium of ber philosophy 17th cent. 
1950, ff. 35-38. 
Cavendish (William), 3rd Earl of 
Devonçhire: Dedication to, of T. Hobbes' 
poem "De mirabilibus Pecci," [1636]. 
1865 ff. 145-156. 



102 

INDEX. 

Cawley (John), Archàeacon of 
(1667-1709), son of the Regici,:le. 
MS. 276. 

Lincoln 
Owned 

Cawley (William), tegicide. Autograph 
signature, circ. 1654. 645, f. 46. 

Caxton (William). The gaine of Chess 
(lranslated from the French version of J. 
de Cesolis by J.de Vignay), 1474. Coped, 

1484. 779, ff. 1-76. 
Cordyalle, 1479. 
779, ff. 76 b-151 b. 
Device, 15th cent. 

Copied, 1484. 

1620, f. 1. 

Cay (J--), M.D., of 1Veucastle. Letter 
to Sir H. Sloane, 1698. 4025, f. 72. 
Letters to Dr. Lister, 1698, 169-. 
Autogr. copies. 4025, ff. 70, 72. 

Cayenne, in French Guiana. Voyage de 
la France Equinoxiale en i'isle de, 1652. 
1009, ff. 10-164. 

Caylard de Saint- Bonnet de 
Toiras (Jean du), Maréchal. Sonnet 
à, sur la défaite des Anglois en l'isle de 
Rée, par Co]letet. 895, f. 36. 

Cayley (Arthul'), of Gisbu»'gh, co. 
Account of the disease, deah and post- 
mortem examination of, by Dr. G. 
Waugh, 1728. Lat. 4077, ff. 56-60. 

Cecil, t"amilg of. 
1429, f. 54 b. 

Pedigree, 17th cent. 

Cecil (), relict of Col. Cecil. Suit 
of Dr. S. Collins and A. Brute against 
ber executor, Sir F. Lawley, [1702- 
1709]. 1823, f. 34. 

Cecil (Arme), ,.vile of Ja»,es, 5lb Earl of 
Salisbur.v'. Letters to Sir H. Sloane, 
1718, 1724. 4045, f. 152 ; 40¢7, f. 300. 

Cecil (Edward), 17scount li7,nbledon. 
Account of his expedition against Cadiz, 
by J. G]anvi]], 1625. 3816. 

Cecil (Robert), 1st Ea,'l of Salisbury. 
Speech at the Council on the failure of 
Lord Essex' expedition iato lreland, 
1599. 3828, ff. 47b-63. 
Speech on the proceedings of Lord 
Essex, 160. 1779, ff. 189 b-208. 
Letters, as Chancellor, to Cambrîdge 
University, 1600-1604. Z'ng. and Lat. 
3562, ff. 33 b, 36 b, 83 b. 
Letter to the Master and Fellows 
ofPeterhouse, Cambridge, on free election 
to fe]lowships, 1600. 1441, f. 49. 
-- Letter to the Senate of Cambridge, 
1600. .Lat. 1710, f. 177. 
Letter to the Commissiouers at 
Boulogne, 1600. 1786, f. 77. 

Cecil 

(Robert), 1st Earl of Saisbu, T 
(continued). Letters to Dr. Jegou, 1600. 
3562, ff. 37 b, 38 b. 
Warrants and letters reiating to 
the Customs 1602-1611. 817, ff. 4, 
21-31. 
Letter to Sir T. Parry, 1604. 
1786 ff. 86 b-88. 
Letter to, f»-om Dr. Jegon, 1598. 
3562 f. 12. 
Letters o, from Cambridge Uni- 
versity 1600. .Lat. 3562, ff. 76 b 77 b, 
79b. 
Letter to, from E. Misse|dea, 1610. 
1453, f. 5. 
Letters to, from Lord Bacon, . d. 
3078, ff. 21, 40 b, 41, 43 b, 48 b. 
- Letter to, from H. Cuffe, . d. 
1786, ff. 40 b-43. 

(William), Baron Burghley. Ac- 
count of, by one of his household, 1603. 
718, ff. 18 b--24 b. 
Considerations on Mary, (ueen of 
Scots, comingiato England, 1568. 3199, 
ff. 39-41. 
Articles delivered by, to Mary, 
Queen of Scots, 1570. 3199, ff. 47-51. 

Heads of the accusation against 
the Duke of Norfolk by, 1571. 3199, 
334. 

5, 6, 22 b, 28 b 29 b-33, 68. 
Letter to Dr. lIay, 1570. 
f. 29b. 

f. 9. 

Letter to Dr. Hatcher, 1579. 

Letter to Dr. Newell, 1589. 

- Letter to, from Qu. Elizabetb, 
1560. 3562, f. 14. 
Letter to, from W. Maitland of 
Lethington 1566. 1786, ff: 45-50. 
Letter to, from Sir W. Drury, 
1568. 3199 f. 25 b. 
Letter to, from Sir F. Enollis, 
[1568]. 3199, f. 38 b. 
Letter to, from R. Pitcairne, 1570. 
3199, f. 57 b. 
Letter to, from Lords Grainge and 
Lethington, 1573. 3199, f. 68. 
. Letter to, from the Bishop of Ross, 
15r  3199, f. 42. 

Summary by, of propositions to 
the rival parties of Scotland, 1572. 
3199, f. 66. 
Instructions to E. Tremayne, 1573. 
2442, f. 79. 
Letters, as ChancelIor, to the Uni- 
versity of Cambridge, 1565. 3562, ff. 

3562, 

3562, 

3562, 

Cecil 



INDEX. 103 

Ccil (William), Baron Burghley (con- 
tim«d). Letter to, ri'oto Lord Gowrie, 
1582. 3199, f. 124. 
Letters to, from F. Bacon, 1595. 
3078, ff. I, 1 b. 
.. Petition to, from the Brewers 
Company, 16th cent. 2177, f. 5 b. 
-------Addition to the treaty between 
England and the Netherlands, signed by, 
155. 3245. 
-. lqS. 3651 was dedicated to him. 

Cecil (William), 2nd Earl of Exeter. 
Order of the Council to, .as Lord-Lieu- 
tenant of co. Northants, for a muter on 
Hounslo,v Heath, 1627. 1983, B. f. 30. 
- Order to the Deputy-Lieutenants of 
co. Northants, 1627. 1983, B. f. 30 b. 
Privy Council letter to Lord 
Falkland, signed by, 1627. 3827, f. 108. 
Ceeil (William), 2ni arl of Salisbury. 
Letter to the " Company for the settle- 
ment of New Draper),, co. Hertford," 
[1612-1618]. 3827, f. 189. 
Letter to, from Cambridge Uni- 
versity, 1629. 1775, f. 42. 
Cecilia, S. Legen,la de, 15th cent. 
1936, ff. 100-104. 
Ceely (Thomas), Col. Letter to Lord 
Essex notifying the surrender of Chide- 
ock House, 1645. 1519, f. 123. 
Cellarius (Dauiel), M.D. Alexiphar- 
macum, 17th cent. 3252, ff. 12-24 b. 
Celsius (Anders), Sweàish Astronomer. 
Letter to Sir H. 151oane, 1736. 
4055, f. 13. 
-- Letter to, from Sir tt. Sloane, 1737. 
Fr. 4068, f. 311. 
Celsus (Aurelius Cornelius). Medical 
extracts from, by P. ,Moore, 1567. 1631. 
Collections from, 17th cent. 2141 ; 
2682, ff. 67-75. 
Certes (Guyllam de). Alchemical tract 
sent by, to the Archbishop of Rheims, 
17th cent. 3684, ff. 42-46. 
Centeno y Ordofie (Diego), of Cadiz. 
Letter to F. de Leon Villanueva, 1679. 
Span. 1087, f. 105. 
Cephalus Arioponus. v. Copus 
(Martîuus). 
Cerda (Antonio Juan Luisde la), D«ke of 
Medina Celi. Prohibition by, of com- 
merce with Afi'ica, 1664. Span. 3513, f. 8. 
- Memorial to, from the Engli»h 
Consul at Cadiz, 1664. Span. 3513, f. 8. 
Correspondence -ith Lord Bela- 
syse, 1665. Span. 3299 f. 88; 3499, 
ff. 1, 55, 58. 

Cerda (Antonio Juan Luis de I), Duk« 
of Medina Celi (continued). Letter to, 
from Lord Sandwich, 1668. Span. 3499. 
f. 62. 

Cemisonus (Antonius), 
Padua. Consilia medica, 
ff. 63 b-94. 

Physician or 
1436. 336, 

Cervantes Saavedra (Mig,el de). 
Critique sur les Nouvelles de, 1674. 
1031, f. 130. 
Cervi (Giuseppe), Ph:sician fo PAilip l. 
of Spain. Letters to, from Sir H. Sloane. 
1736, 1738. Let. 4068, ff. 306, 347. 

Cessolis (Jacobus de). 
liam). 

v. Caxton (Wil- 

Cetto, in l°eru. Description, with sketch, 
of comets seen at, 1679. 46, B. f. 143 b. 

Ceulen (D-- v--). v. Colonius (Daniel). 

Ceylon. 
captured elephants in, by 
18th cent. 3324, ff. 318-321. 
Vocabulary, 
17th cent. 

Account of the training of 
Strachan, 

Cingalese 
R. Hooke, late 
1039, ff. 162-165. 
Chabottes (-- 

de). Remèdes pour 
chevaux, 17th cent. 1988, ff. 206-209. 

Chabroeus (Dominicus), Swiss Physicia . 
Comp6sitiones q..umdam ex ejus libro, 
1658. 174, f. 16. 

Chabrée (Dominique). 
(Dominicus). 

v. Chabroeus 

Chacon (Alonso) Bibliotheca hbros et 
scriptores ferme eunctos ad anuum 153 

complectens, 17th cent. 
Chadwell (William). 
166. 2267. 
Chadwick (Evelyn). 
and Thyatira, 1734. 
Chafyn (Thomas), of 
Commonplace book, 1605. 
285 b. 

2842. 
Serinons, 

1659- 

Visit to Magnesia 
3958, ff. I b-lO. 
.,l[eere, co. Wilts. 
1709, ff. 213- 

Chaki (Franciscus), Cornes. 
of, by Dr. Brewer 1667. 
f. 223. 

Medical case 
Lat. 2880, 

Chalcedon, Council of. Decretum ex 
Evagrio Scholastico, 16th cent. Gr. 
and Let. 1835, ff. 1-8, lô-17. 

Chalceopylus (Joannes), Constantino- 
polit.nus. Formerly owned MS. 745. 
Chaldeans. Observations on the man- 
ners and customs of the antient Chan 
deans, 17th cent. Ff. 1013. 

Challoner (Sir Thomas). 
(Sir Thomas). 

v. Chaloner 



104 

INDEX. 

Chaloner (Sir Thomas), 8en. 
tions to, as Commissioner to 
1551, 1552, 1555. 2442, ff. 
141. 

Instruc- 
Scotland 
53 b, 140, 

Apophthegm, 17th cent. 1523, 

Chaloner (Sir Thomas), Jun. Letter to, 
frotn l.ord Bacon, 1603. 3078, f. 34. 

Chaloner (Thomas), of Chester. Genea- 
logy by, of the Midletons of Midleton, 
1613. 3977. 

Chaloner (Thomas), Regicide. Auto- 
graph signature, circ. I654. 645, f. 46. 

Chaloner (William), of Drayton Beau- 
champ, co. Juchs. Letters to Sir H. 
Sloane, 1735, 1736. 4034, ff. 312, 314. 

Chambars (George), M.D., of ttead,'ng ; 
afterw, a Naval surgeon. Collection of 
medical receipts and prescrîptions» 1658- 
1681. 425 ; 450; 453. 
Medical journal on board ship, 
1661-1662. 379, ff. 35-39b. 
Chambellan (Thomas), Govenor of 
English Merchants in Hol[and. Letter 
to, from M. de Croy, 1547. Ff. 2103, 
f. 169. 

Chamber (Richard), Clerk of the AS"ng's 
»'ilver. Note of fees due to his office, 
1612. 2717, f. 19. • 
Chamberlain, F«mily of. Pedigree, 
17th cent. 1429, L 46. 

Chamberlaine, of co. Oxon., Family 
of. Arms 16th cent. 130I, f. 322. 

Chamberlaine (Sir Thomas). Instruc- 
tions to, as Ambassador to Flanders, 
1550. 2442, f. 67. 
Chamberlay'ne (Edwal'd), Athar of 
" Angliœee Notitia." Letters to Sir H. 
Sloane, 1692, and n. d. 4036» f. 132; 
4058, f. 110. 
Chamberlayne (John), Editor of " 
.qlier Notitia." Letters to Sir H. Sloane, 
1700-172}. 4038, ff. 30, 40,41, 72, 86, 
171, 349; 4039, ff. 20, 47, 51, 73, 87 
100, 123, 127, 155, 396 ; 4040, f. 207 
4041, ff. 170, 184, 215, 280 ; 4042, ff. 87, 
252, 329; 4043, ff. 6, 26, 27, 37, 107, 
112, 195, 291, 298, 302; 4044, ff. 4, 7, 
152, 242, 243, 246, 247, 253, 259; 4045, 
ff. 123, 140, 229, 234, 266 ; 4046, f. 74. 
Letter to Sir I. :Newton, 170. 

1713. 4065, 

4063, f. 234. 
Letter to J. Petiver, 
f. 128. 

Chamberlen (Hugh), Jun., M.D. Let- 
ter to Sir H. S]oane, 1724. 4047, L 200. 

Chamberlen (Paul), son of 
Chamberl, n. Letter to Sir 
1702. 4038, f. 328. 
Chamberlen (Paul), M.D. 
Sir H. Sloane, 1706. 

Dr. Paul 
H. Sloane, 

Letter to 
4040» f. 162 

Chamberlyn (Domina Katharina). 
Medical case, by Dr. Colston, ch'c. 1650. 
Lat. 118, f. 134. 

Chambers (Dr.-----). Medical receipts, 
late 17th cent. 1087, f. 47 b. 

Chambre 

(John), M.D., Physician fo 
tlenry VII1. Receipts for plasters, 
waters, ointments, etc., devised by, 16th 
cent. 1047, passim. 
• Remedy for sweatîng given by, to 
Henry VIII., n.d. 1585, f. 41. 

Chambre (Philippe de la). 
arius (Philipp). 
Chameleon Observations 

r. Camer- 

on, by Dr. 

J. G. Scheuchzer, 18th cent. tlologr. 
1968, f. 196. 

Chamillard (Etienne), French Numis- 
matist. Correspondence on some medals 
af Paris, circ. 1700. lhtch. Copies. 
130, ff. 7, 7 b. 
Chamilly, Cmtesse de. v. Bouton (Marie). 

Chammorel (----). 
G. 5cheuchzer, 
f. 42; 4066, f. 72. 
Letter o Sir 
Fr. 4051, f. 226. 
Chamousset 
Parlement de 
Sloane, [1731 

Letters to Dr. J. 
1728-1731. Ff. 1968, 

H. S]oano, 1731. 

(----de), Conseiller a 
Paris. Letter to Sir H. 
?]. 4058, f. 111. 

Champayne (Marie de). Inscription in 

a MS. of Dr. T. Turquet de Mayerne, 
early 17th cent. 2129, f. I. 

Champernowne (Mrs. -----), of Exetcr. 
Medical case, n.d. Imperf. 4078, f. 76. 

Champion (Joseph), Callig,'apher. Let- 
ter to Sir H. Sloane, 1734. 4053, f. 304. 

Champnes (Wiiliam), English Merchant 
at Seville. Mercantile letters, 1680. 
Span. 2802, ff. 103-105. 
Chanceo, in China. v. China. 
Chancery, Court of. Rules of, 17th 
cent. 1856, ff. 42 b-46 b. 
in 1659, 1693. 

Petitions 
ff. 1, 2. 
r. Coventry 
Coventry. 

(Thomas), 

Chandler (John), 
Old Jewry, London. Letter 
Sloane, 1734. 4053, f. 297. 

Apothecary, 

tO 

2717 

aron 

of the 
Sir H. 



INDEX. I05 

Chandos, Dake of. r. Brydges (James). Charleton (Walter), M.D. Loci com- 
munes, 17th cent. 3413. 
Changuion (P--). Letter to Sir H. 
Sloane, 174.. Ff. 4057, L 183. - • De omnibus symptomatibus cujus- 
cunque facultatis, 164. .°082, ff. 1- 
Channel Islands. 73 b. 

Minute/'or levying 
mes lom cos. Somerset and Wilts for 
defence of Guernsey and Jersey, 1595. 
33, f. I b. 
- Index villarum in insulis GŒEernsey 
et Jersey, 1730. 3238, ff. 412-416. 

Chantrell (Thomas). 
bIS. 372. 

Owned, in 1576, 

Chanut 
8weden. Letter 
:-;veden, with 
2680, ff. 3, 4. 
Chsnute (Jo--). 

(Pierre), French Amb«tssador fo 
to Qu. Christina of 
reply, 1659. Copies. 

Questiones de alchemia, 
17th cent. lmperf. 28f, f. 52. 
Chapelhla (William), M.D., of Paris. 
Translation by, of the counse]s of J. 
Fernelius, 17th cent. 1634. 
Chaplin (Porter), of Tathwell, co. Line. 
Letter fo Sir H. Sloane, l îlS. 4045, 
f. lll 

Chapman (Edmond), o.f Tangie,'. Letter 
to Lord Belasyse, 1665. 1952, f. 62. 
Chapman (George), Poet. Remarks on 
his translation of 
17th cent. 

Homer, by J. Dryden, 
836, f. 83. 
the 
to 

Chapman (Robert), Se,'ratt to 
Marchioness of Normanby. Letter 
Sir H. Sloane, 1700. 4031, L 21. 
Charcoal. Anecdotes of people suffocate,! 
by, late 17th cent. Ff. 1030, f. 67. 
Charles I., Il,, of Engh«wL r. England, 

France, 

v. Spain, Sore- 

Swedn. c. Sweden, 

Charles VIII., of 
Kinjs of. 
Charles V., of Spain. 
,.agn ol. 
Charles IX., of 
Sove,'eigns of. 
Ohrlo, Kinj of 

Jerus, de», and Sicily. 
v. Jerusalem and Sicily, A5ngs of. 
Charles, Prince (ob. 1629), infant son of 
Ch«rles L Verses on his birth, 17th 
cent. 542, i'. 16. 
Charles (James). Me,lical collections, 
1578. 10, ff. 1-102. 
- - --Collection of simples, 15,4. 10 
ff. 104-116 b. 

Charles (Nicholas), 131anch-Lion _Pur. 
suivant. Owned, in 1607, MS. 3424. 
Charles Emmanuel II., 1)ue of 
,çat,oy. v. Savoy, Dutes of. 

Tables of Materia medica, 164, 

Lat. 2082, ff. 74-81. 
Methodus febrium 
1643. 3412, ff. 2-102. 
-- De morbis, 17th 

curandarum, 

cent. 3412, 

53. 
- De arborum natura, 17th cent. 
3413, f. 30-52. 
.-------- Proelections IV-VI. of his Enquiries 
into Human Nature, 1680. 1059. 
-- Oratio Harveiana, 1680. 1833, 
ff. 155-159 ; 1871, A. 
Receptœe val'ioe, 171h cent. 182, 
ff. 96 b-l15 b. 
------ Medicamenta varia, 17th cent. 
2082, ff. 72-86. 
-. - MS. 2084 is wrongly attributed 
to him on f. 1; it is really by Th. Tur- 
quet «le Mayerae. 
Charleton (Wi|liam). v. Courteu, al. 
Charletoa (Witliam). 

Charlett 

-------- Letter fo J. Walker, 1714. 
f. 3. 

1708. 
Charleval (-- de). 
M. Sarrazin 17th cent. 

Letter fo, frotn 
4026, f. o " 

3198, 

-- Hedworth, 

Sonnet à, par 
895 f. 12. 

4058, f. 113. 
- Letterto J.Cockman, 
f. 131. 
Letter to T. Isted 171.. 
f. I8. 

(Arthur), D.D., M«ster o] 
University College, Oxfo,d. Letters to 
Sir H. Sloane, 1696-1720. 4036, ff. 277, 
280,301,317,335,364; 4037,ff. 1,26,61, 
68, 14l, 215, 241, 324 ; 4038, ff. 18, 32, 
57, 81 103, 111, 165, 166, 319; 4039, 
ff. 32, 41, 61, 143, 315, 374, 389, 403; 
4040, ff. 12, 70, 276, 293, 325; 4041, 
ff. 53, 150, .'237. 267, 283; 4042, ff. 33, 
141, 306; 4043, f. 312; 40-4, ff. 45, 
88, 112, 161, 181, 187, o-.o..., 287 ; 4045, 
ff. 81, 179, 252, 271; 4046, ff. 29, 36; 

4064, 

4065, 

Adversaria medicinalia, circ. 1680. 

the brains of ail 
before the Royal 
698, ff. 7 -87. 
scorbuto, 

ff. 103-128. 
Differences observable betw. the 
brain of a man and 
other animais, rend 
Society, 8 June, 1664. 
Epitome libri ejus de 
cire. 1672. 1532, ff. 41-61. 



106 

INDEX. 

Charlevoix (Pierre François Xavier de), 
Jesooit. Letters to Star ll. Sloane, 1734- 
1737, and n.à. Ff. 4053, £. 345 ; 
4054, f. 262 ; 4055, f. 139 ; 4058, f. 114. 
--Letters to, from Sir H. Sloane, 
1734, 1736, and n.d. Ff. 4058, f. 116 ; 
4068, ff. 254, 301. 
Charlier de Gerson (Jean), Chan- 
cellor of Paris. De probatione spirituum, 
1498. 2417, ff. 111-119. 
Charlton, co. Kent. Warrant for grant 
of the advowson to Sir W. Ducie, temp. 
Chas. ll. 856, f. 39b. 
Charlton (George), of t l"«tringbur9, near 
3l, idstone. Letter to Sir H. Sloaue, n. d. 

4077, f. 91. 
Charms. v. ]Iagic. 
Charnock 

(Thomas), Alchemist. The 
breviary of natural philosophy in verse, 
composed in 1557. 684; Copîed, 1601. 
2194, ff. 48-56. 
The difficulty of the Philosophical 
number in the Roll, 1576. 2640. 
Alchemical tracts revised by, 16th 
cent. 288. 

Charriere (P--), of l?idwford, co. Devon. 
Letters to J. Petiver, 1704-170. 3321, 
ff. 161, 179, 184. 

Chartereux (-----de), Apothecary ai 
London. v. l'etiver (James), Apolhecary 
to the Charter lïlouse. 

Charter House. v. London. 

Chartularies, Domestîc. v. Braybroke, 
Fa,,,i« of. 
--------, Monastic. v. Missenden Abbey, 
co. luchs. 

Chase (John). 
1652. 1707» f. 14. 
Chase (Stephen), M.D. Speech 
livering the Gulston Lecture, 
Lat. Imperf. 4026, f. 422. 

Scheme of his nativity, 

on de- 
1720. 

Chastellet (Jean de), Baron de Beau 
Soleil. Autograph, 1631. 3416, f. 53. 

Chastillon, Family of. Autographs of, 
1580. 851, pasMm. 
Châteillon (Sebastian), al. Joannes Theo- 
philus. Theologia Germanica, translated 
ri-oto the Latin of Joannes Theophilus, 
17th cent. 2538, ff. 1-86. 
Chhtelhérault, 1)uke off v. Hamilton 
(James). 
Chaucer (Geoffrey). Canterbury Tales, 
15th cent. 1685 ; 1686. 
• Tale of Melibeus, 15th cent. Im- 
perf. 1009, ff. 29-48 b. 

Chaucer (Geoffrey) (conti,,ued). Th 
conclusion of the "Chanon's Yeoman," 
16th, 17th centt. 320 or 321, f. 35 b; 

1723, ff. 35-43. 
Extract from 
Yeoman," 16th cent. 

the "Chanon's 
1098, f. 17 b. 

Alchemical 

extracts from his 
"Chanon's Yeoman," 1580. 3580, f. 
184 b. 
Treatise of the 
16th centt. 314, ff. 
ff. 50 b-56. 
The conclusions of the 
by, amended by W. Stevins, 
261. 

Astrolabe, 15th, 
65b-106; 446, 

Astrolabe 
16th cent. 

Chauliac (Gui de). v. Guido, de C«,,liaco. 

Chaworth (Thomas). Seal in 1312- 
1313. Col)y , 18th cent. 3424, f. 6b. 

Cheale (Mary), of 8h;p,'ods 
ca. S«ss. Letters to Sir 
n.d. 4034, ff. 351 353. 

in Henfield, 
H. loane, 

Chedsey (William), D.D., President o Î 
Corpus Christi Coilege, Oxford. Dispu- 
ratio pub]ica Oxonii de Sacramenlo 
Echaristioe 1549. 1576. 

Cheek (Mrs. A--), of Nocton, co. Zinc. 
Letter to Sir H. Sloane, n. d, 4058, 
f. 117. 

Cheeseman (Henry). Lease of lands in 
Hurstpierpoint and West Wickham, 
temp. Eliz. 2728, A. f. 1. 
Cheke, Family of. Pedigree, 17th cent. 
1429, f. 43 b. 
Cheke (Sir J,n), Tutor to Edward V]. 
Scheme of his nativity by Sir T. Smith, 
rc. 1555. Lat. 325, f. 58. 
- Joannis Chrysostomi conciun¢uloe 
de fato et providentia Dei Latine versæ, 
1576. 456, ff 44b-102 b. 
Character of, 17th cent. 1523» 
f. 37 b. 

Cheke (Roger). 
456. 

Formerly owned M.. 

Chelsea, co. Middl. Catalogues of p|auts 
in Sir H. Sloane's garden at, 169. 4020, 
f. 267. 
-- -Ordinance of the Apothecarie.' 

Society, relating to their publie Phyic 
Garden at, 18th cent. 1968, f. 190. 
. Regulations for leasîng the Bo- 
tanical Gardens at, lth cent. 4020, 
f. 112. 
Copy of rates and land-tax payable 
by the inhabitauts of 170-L 2938. 
Plants growing in the Physic 
Garden at, 1706. 3370, ff. 14-19. 



INDEX. 107 

Chelsea, co. 3[iddl. (continued). Proposais 
by Dr. Elsmere for erecting a girls' charity 
school at, 1740. 4034, f. 67. 
-- Prologue at the Parson's Barn 
playhouse in, ltth cent. 3516» f. 156. 

Chemistry. 

Experimenta 
Balamon Rex composuit 
impl,rationem cujusdam 
cent. 121, ff. 90 b-93 b. 

Cbemical receipts, 
exi,eriments, 15th-17th 

naturœe quœe 
ob amorem et 
reginœe, 14th 

processes and 
centt. En91. 

and Lat. 2135, ff. 1-11, 30-49b, 
77-89b; --- 15th cent. 963, f. 80 ; 
2322, ff. 4-134 b» passim ; 2401» ff. 132- 
136 ; 259, ff. 3 - 9 ; 2579, ff. 50- 
9'J b;--16th cent. 1236, ff: 68 b-92 ; 
2497,.ff. 41--44h; 3162, ff. 27-34; Engl. 
and Lat. 3548, ff. 16-22 b;--17th cent. 
F-. and L'rugi. 52 ; 78, ff. 116-119 ; 
124, ff. 53-586; 2er. 169; Lat. 179, A. 
ff. 66-82 b ; 631, ff. 308-311 ; Lat. and 
Ger,,. 929, ff. 1-177 b, 184-199 b ; 
1235, ff. 61-139; 1296, ff. 81-223; 
1374 ; Germ. 1375 ; Span. and Lat. 
1380,ff. 23-26, 34-57 ; 1507 ; 1562.ff. 1- 
30; 1782, ff. 52, 72, 82; Lat., Germ. 
and :Engl. 1793 ; 1809 ; Gerra. and 
Lat. 18 ! 0 ; 1858, A. ; 186.3, ff. 1-44 ; 
201 I, ff. 1-130 ; 2097, ff. 23-55 b ; 
Germ. 2134 ; 6erm. and Lat. 2162 ; 
2203, ff. 121-182, 245-255 b ; 2208 ; 
2340 ; Lat. and Germ. 2355 ; 2362 ; 
2367 ; 2557, ff. 17-23 b ; 2589 ; 2654 ; 
2682, ff. 88-95; Engl., Lat. and Germ. 
2702, ff. 37-40; 2721, ff: 120-130 ; 
2808, ff. 8-43; Germ., ]'tM. and Lat. 
2881, ff. 169-186 b; Lat. and Ff. 3116, 
ff. 74-95 b ; 3427, ff. 50-73 b ; 3574 ; 
Lat. and Enjl. 3578; 3629, ff. 198-201b; 
3633, ff. 56-73 b; 'ngi. a,d Let. 3634, 
ri: 1-25, 30-76 b ; 3645, ff. 119-127 b ; 
3654; 3692; Lat.. Germ. and Engl. 
3697, ff. 73-t6; Ff. and Irai. 3704 ; 
3723; 3725; 3726; 3733. ff. 45-60b, 
100-109; 3735; 3762. ff. 65-73 b ; 3772, 
ff. 38 b-47 b ; 3774 ; 3775 ; 3787, ff. 11- 
34 ; 3805, ff. 51 b-86 ; 3848, ff. 18 b- 
21;3860, ff. 49-53b; Lat. 3911; Ff. 
and Lat. 3998, ff. 1-33 ; 4021, ff. 130, 
145; 4022, ff. 52-55 b ;1616. 3428 ; 
---1623. Lat., ErjI. and Germ. 1787, 
ff. 38 b-48, 61-64, 67 b-77 b, 118-120 ; 
--1649-1651. 3629, ff. 175-197 b ; 
1653-165. 3750 ;--167-1683. 499, 
ff. 173-180 b;--169-169. 3758, ff. 
49-57 ;--18th cent. 3387 ; Ff. 3693 ;--- 
1702. 3632, f. 132 h ;--1705. 2278 ;--- 
1712-1720. 3386, ff. 1-46 ; -- 1737. 
4078, £ 164. 
- Chemical apparatus, 16th cent. 
3548, f. 25. 

Chemistry 

(contînued). Ëlsmens de 
climie ou physique pratique, 17th cent. 
308. 
Obsercationes chymicœe 17th cent. 
Zat.» Ff. and Engl. 812. 
On chemical compounds as used in 
medicine 17th cent. 700. 
- Documeuti chemici in ogni geuere, 
17th cent. 1310. 
Chymia apodeictica 171h cent. 

2005. 

Introduction to chemish'y, 17th 
cent. 2206. 
-------Course of chemistry, 17th cent. 

2264. 

------- Traitd d la chymie abregé» 17th 
cent. 2931» ff. 2-85. 
 De chemiœe arte 17th cent. 280, 
ff. 39-90. 
-------- De chimia, 1626. 2547» ff. 2-42 b, 
46, 47. 
Four golden centuries of chemical 
aphorisms, 17th cent. 1468, ff. 193b, 
227. 
- - Isagogechymike, 17th cent. 3427, 
ff. 3-37. 
Chemîcal notes and observations» 
171h cent. 609» ff. 1-18 b. 
- Cursus chymicus, 17th cent. Lat. 
and Engl. 2277, ff. 2-19 b. 
Excerpts from chemical authors, 
17th cent. 3643, ff. 1-13. 
- Arcana chymica, 17th cent. Engl. 
665, ff: 10-22. 
Treatise on chemistry, 17th cent. 
Let. Imperf. 124» ff. 48-52 b. 
Notes ou chemistry, 17th cent 
2621 ff. 8-11. 
--------Delineatio totius chymioe, 17th 
cent. 1733 ff. 371-373 b. 
Co[legium chymicum, 18th cent. 
3288, ff. 195-210 b. 
Tables of the signs of metals, 
minerals and preparatious used in chem- 
istry, wîth explanations, 17th cent. 997, 
iii 129-134 b ; 1941, f. 80 ; 2345 ff. 1 b- 

5; 2769, f. 3; 2808, ff. 3-6;---1627. 
2792, ff. 1-47 ;168}. 830, ff. 179- 

183 b ;18th cent. 3455, f. 4. 
-. Prices of chemical glasses and 
drugs, 1665. 3776, ff. 50 b-52 b. 
Comparative weights of substances 
in air and water» 18th cent. 4019, 
f. 124. 
-- - Opdration du Phosphore détonnant 
d'antimouie diaphordtîque, 1737. 4045, 
f. 190. 



108 

INDEX. 

Chemistry (contmued). 
v. Boyle (Robert). 
Cherico, Abbat of Cologn«. 
Combachius (Ludovicus Her- 
mannus). 
Draper (Clement). 
Ficino (Marsiglio). 
Finckley (h icholas). 
Foote (l)aniel). 
French (John). 
Giegorio (Francesco). 
Goddard (Jonathan). 
Gratianus. 
Kellum (Robert). 
Kerner (Arnoldus). 
Leigh (Charles), M.D. 
Lémery (Nicolas). 
Mayerne (Theodore Turquet de). 
Montauor (Guido de). 
Nicholls (Thomas). 
Nicolson (Francis). 
North (Giibert). 
[»lot (Robert). 
Porter (Thomas). 
Power (Henry), M./). 
Ra wlin (Thomas). 
Sehaeht (Lueas). 
Scheuehzer (John Gaspar). 
Smith (John). 
Tentzelius (A ndreas). 
Theodoricus, Bishop of Cert, m. 
Tollius (Jacobus). 
Chonaud (J--), M.D., of Gencca. Letter 
to Sir H. Sloane, 1716. Ff. 4044, f. 140. 
Chenebio (Paul), Notary of Crevey, on 
the Lake of Geneva. Letter to Sir H. 
Sloane, n.d. 4058, f. 119. 
Chorico, Abbat of Colo#na. Practice of 
alchemy with camphor, 17th cent. 3654 
f. 6b. 
Cherrioholme (Thomas). Accompt of 
drugs supplied by, 167. 4034, f. 206. 
Che8oldon (George), M.D., of Leiceter. 
Letters to Sir H. 81oane, 1727 1729. 

4034, ff. 316, 350. 
Cheselden (William), «r.qeon. 
to Sir H. Sloane, 1724, 1728. 
190 ; 4049, f. 195. 

Letters 
4047, f. 

Cheshire (John), M.D., of Ze£¢esger. 
Letters to Sir H. Sloane 1784» 1735. 
4053 f. 343 ; 4054, f. 78. 
Chesly-n (-----). Owned, in 1648, MS. 
1494. 
Chess. 
v. Caxton (William). 
Greco (Gioachino). 
Chesshyre (Sir John), Se,jeant-at-La,z. 
Letter to Sir H. Sloane, 172. 4046 
f. 219. 

Chester, County of. Extracts concerning 
families in, 16th cent. 1301, f. 262 b. 
Petition from in favour of Episco- 
pacy, 1640. 1467, f. 48. 
Disaffection of, 1645. 1519, f. 76. 
-- h'aising of money by, for use of 
Sir T. Fairfax, n.à. 1519, f. 178. 
Licence for the High Sheriff fo be 
non-resident in the county, 1660. 856, 
f. 39. 
., B ishops of. 
v. Pearson (John). 
Wilkins (John). 
----, Coq, table of. v. Lacy (Roger de). 
, Earl, lom of. History of, out of 
the Tower records, by Sir J. Doddridge, 
17th cent. 3081 ; 3479, ff. 10758. 
, Earls of. Pedigree, 17th cent. 
1429 f. 92 b. 
v. Lacy. 
Chester (Granado), Chancellor of Trinity 
College, Cambridge. Letter to, from 
Lord Berkshire, 1626. 1775, f. 45b. 
Chesterfleld, Earl of. r. Stanhope 
(Philip). 
Chester Le Street, co./)uri. Inscrip- 
tions aŒEd arms from the church, 1601. 
3836, f. 30. 
Chostreforde (). Wrote, in 14th 
cent., MS. 3899. 
Choue8saille ( .), of Paris. Letter 
to Sir H. Sloane. 1729. %. 4050, f. 104. 
Cheveley, co. Cambr. Notes on the 
church, 16th cent. 1301, ff. 126b-130. 
Cheyne (George), M.D., of Bath. Let- 
ters to Sir H. Sloane, 1703-1734. 4039 
ff. 135, 249; 4045, f. 329; 4053, f. 333. 
Prescriptions by, for Lady C. 
Villiers, 172.ï-1728. 3984, ff. 147- 
150 b. 
Cheyne (W), of Drayfon Beauct, aml), 
co. Bucks. Letters to Sir H. Sloane, 
1700 1704. 4038, ff: 23, 42; 4039, f. 302. 
Choyno (Wiiliam), 2nd Baron Cheyne. 
Letter to Sir H. Sioane, [1716-1738J. 
4034, f. 321. 
Letter to, from J. Eaton, 1724. 
4075, f. 77. 
Choy'ney, Family of. Pedigree, 17th 
cent. 1429, f. 54. 
Chichester, co. 8uss. Account of the 
trade af, by R. Bradshawe, 18th cent. 
3329, f. 114. 
• , See of. Disbusemens of the Dean 
and Chapter, 1669-1671. 1677,ff. 7-10. 
, Bishops of. 
v. Duppa (Brian). 
King (Henry). 



INDEX. 

109 

Chichester (Edward), Visvount Chiches- 
ter. Farticu]ar or" musters of militia in 
cos. Down and Antrim signed by, 1626. 
3827, f. 79. 

Chichibacoa, Grauadiaa Confederacy, 
Arnerica. Marks to know it, when 
approach]ng by sea, 17th cent. 2292, 
34. 

Chideock Houae, co. Dors.  • 
5urçnder 
of, 1645. 1519, f. 121. 

Chfld (Emma), 3rd wife o/ Sir Josiah, 
1st art. of Wanstead» and widow of Sir 
Thomas lVilloughb!/. Letter to, from 
her daughter C. Wi]lughby, 1692. 4062» 
f. 242. 

Child (Sir Francis), 13anhec. Letters to 
u H. Sloane 1705, and n. d. 4040, 
f. 21 ; 4058, f. 121. 

Child (Sir Josiah), B«rt., tf 
co. Essex. Letter for his 
Lady Worcester, addressed 
Kuox, n.d. 4067, f. 6. 

|iastead, 
daughte», 
to, by R. 

Child t Thomas), of the Charterhouse. 
Letter to Sir Il. Sloaae, [1736]. 4058, 
f. 123. 

Chfldrey (Joshua), A,'chdeacon of ,_ 
bury. l»issertation on the cornet of 
1652, with a letter to S. Hartlib, 1655. 
llologr. 427, ff. 69-83 b. 

Chili. Relation 
,le Sud par A. 
3340, f. 317. 

du voyage à, de la hier 
F. Fr6zier, 1712-1714. 

ChiLlingworth (William), Chancellor of 
Salisbttry. Letter to J. Lewger, per- 
suading him to return fo the Church of 
England, 17th cent. 363, ff. 72-76. 
Chflton (John). Narrative of his voyage 
to New Spain, 1568-1586. Original 
draft. 42. 
China. Histo{-y and description of, 
extracted ri'oto Père Martin and others, 
17th cent. .. 1019, ff. 206-230. 
- - Account of, 17th cent. 1950, f. 5. 
-- . Notes from account of, by D. F. 
Navarette, 18th cent. 4019, f. 145. 
- - --- Description of the third voyage in 
1596 to, 17th cent. 3364. 
-- Relation with drawings of the 
voyage, shipwreck and eaptivity of Padre 
A. de Las Cortes at Chanceo, 1621-1626. 
• .¢pan. 1005. 
------- Journal of voyage to, by W. A. 
Cow[ey, 1683-1686. 54. 
--- - Chart of the coast, by Capt. J. 
Kempthorne, 1688. 3665, f. 65. 

China (continucd). 
customs 17th cent. 

Notes on Chinese 
2376, ff. 76-81. 
 - - Remarks of Dr. E. Browne on the 
Great Wall 17th cent. 1913 f. 24. 
- -- Catalogue ot c a collection relating 
to ifs Natural History, 18th cent. Chin. 
and Ff. 4019, ff. 146-151. 
- Cata[ogus plautarum in en delinea- 
tarum, 17th cent. 2.376, ff. 82-110. 
-- -- Description of Chinese fruits, 18th 
cent. 4019 f. 21. 
- Meteorological observations in, by 
J. Cunningham, 18th cent. 4025, ff. 

81-89. 
.... Explanation 
15th-16th centt. 
----- Spanish and 

of Chinese words, 
1524, ff. 1 b-7. 
Chinese vocabulary, 

by F. Varo, 17th cent. 3419. 
- -- Observations sur les Tartaes ,te 
Chine et ltur langue, 1650. 2872. 
Specimen Lexici Sinensis a G. S. 
Bayel-O, 1734. 3'360. 
-- Extracts relative fo printing in, 
181h cent. 1983, f. 85. 
--- - Index vocum Chiuensium, 17th 
cent. 2376, f. lll. 
China]la (Thomas). C. Hollibande's 
treatise of dancing translated into 
English by, 1598. 904, if. 135-154 b. 
Verses fo, ri'oto his friend T. 
1598. 904, f. 155. 
Chipping, co. La,w. Grant of land in, 
133g. Lat. 1429, £ 98 b. 
Chipping - Wardon, co. 2V, rthants. 
Feoda baronioe de Wardone, 13th cent. 
986, f. 78. 

Chirac (Pierre), 

I-'rofessor of Jl¢dicbw 
af .}[ontpellier. 0puscula medica, 17th 
cent. Lat. and Fo. 3873 ; 3874 ; 3901. 
 Matière médicale, 17th cent. 3902, 
ff. 1-160. 
Chyrurgie, 17th cent. 3903, ff. 1- 
220. 
Historia generalis morborum, 17 th 
cent. 3904 ; 3905. 
Letters to Sit- H. loane, 1684, 
1713 and n.d. Lat. and Ff. 4036, 
f. 8 ; 4043, f. 178 ; 4058, f. 124. 
Letter fo E. Marrer, n. d. Ff. 
4058, f. 124. 
Letters to, from Sir H. Sloane, 
1684, 1686, 1714 and n. d. Zat. and 
Ff. 4068, ff. 1, 5, 85 ; 4069, ff. 140, 142. 

(Richard), 
- , 1681. 

Chiusi, Bishop 
(Orazio). 

8en., Bootseller. 
4026, f. 28. 

v. Spannocchio 

Chiswell 
Letter to- 



II0 

INDEX. 

Chocolate. Receipt for making choco- 
iate, 17th cent. 519, f. 31b. 
To prepare chocolate in the Spanish 
and English way, 17th cent. 647, f. 7. 
Cholmeley (Sir Hugh). Ltter to 
Lord Carlisle, 1682. 2724, f. 171. 
Cholmeley (Mary), wife of Sir Hugh 
Clmhnondeley. Medical receipts, copied 
by ber granddaughter M. Grosvenor, 
1649. 3235, ff. 2-4, 9-26 b. 
Cholmly (Hugh). Contract forbuilding 
a mole af Tangier, 1662. 3509, f. 18. 
Cholmondeley, Famîly of. Pedigree, 
17th cent. 1429, f. 94b. 
Cholmondeley (George), Viscount J[ul- 
pas; afterw. 3rd Earl of Cholmondeley. 
Letter, when Master of the Horse to the 
Prince of Wales, to Sir H. Sloane, [1728- 
1735]. 4058, f. 125. 

Christopher, S. (continuid). Memoria 
de, 15th cent. 2916, f. l19b. 
- '" A tale out of the Legend of iyes, 
of, to be turned into Latyn," circ. 1590. 
300, ff. 56 b-59. 

Christophorson (----). Carmina, 
18th cent. 3329, ff. 84, 84b. 

Christophorus, arisi«nsis. Alche- 
mcal tracts, composed in the years 
1456-1476. Copied, 1563, 1564. Ital. 
2006, ff. 146-186, 213-220 b, 224-337 ; 
--17th cevt. Irai. 406, A. ff. 1-87 ; 
Lat. and Ital. 3004, ff 1-62. 
Apertorium alphabetale, 17th cent. 
Engl. 3763, ff. 1-88 b. 

Christophorus, Pergamensis. Cura 
febris pestilentialis estive vel in tempore 
autumpni evenientis. 259, f. 49. 

Chomeli [= Cholmondeley], Domi- 
nus de. Medical pl'escriptions for, by 
physicians at Lyons, 1653. Let. 2670, Chronicles. v. Holinshed (Raphael). 

(Andreas), t)hysician of 
Adversaria mineralium, 
283 ff. 184-218 b. 

Christ's Hospital. v. London. 

Chrysog onus, Soph ista. 
A. à 5uchten, 16th cent. 

Chrysostomus (Johannes), S. 
Chrysostom, 8. 

Church (Nathanaei), Minister. 
to, from his uncle, bi. Wallington, 1649. 
922» f. 166. 

Elegia ad, ab 
2582. f. 15l. 

v. John 

Letter 

Christianus 
(Florent). 
Christie (Alexander), of Calicut. Letters 
to J. Petiver, 1708-1716. 3322, f. 89; 
4064, f. 179; 4065, ff. 129, 131, 1:;5, 
233, 239. 
Christodulus. Letter thus signed to 
the Bishop of London» 1728. Copy. 
4050, f. 27. 
Christopher, S. Memoria de, metric% 
15th cent. 2471, f. 33 b ; 2633, f. 25 b ; 
2565, ff. 19 b; 2571, f. 18. 
Memoria de, metrice, 15th cent. 
2683, f. 22 b. 

Chrysogonus, 8., Martyr. Legend of, 
15th cent. Lat. 1936, f. 113. 

(Florens). v. Chrestien Chronometers. Account of the going 
of two watches at sea 29 Apr.-4 Sept. 
1663; rend before the Royal Society, 
21 Oct. 1663. 698, f. 33. 

f. 13. 
Chouart (J--), M.D., of H«mburg. 
Adversarîa medica, 17th cent. 3426, 
ff. 73-87. 
- Letter to P. M. Slegel, 1638. Lat. 
2882 f. 38 b. 
Chremitz, in Hua,-y. v. Kremnitz. 
Chrestien (Florent), al. Quintus Septi- 
mius Forens Christianus. Epigl-amma 
in Hispanum et ducem Moenium, 17th 
cent. Gr. 2764, L 14. 
Christ Church, co. 8outhants. Survey 
of the river at, 1698. 3233, f. 25 b. 
Christisn IV,, of /)ern«k. v. Den- 
mark, h'ings of. 
Christian, Duke of ]lerseburg. v. Merse- 
burg, Dukes of. 
Christiani 
Copenhagen. 
17th cent. 

Chronology. Compotus mauualis, 15th 
cent. hnperf. 3024. 
De partibus temporis, 15th cent. 
3554, f. 32. 
Tabula chronologica ab A.. 3525 
ad A.D. 1650, 17th cent. 1381, ff. 112- 
115. 
Chronologioe pars specialis qum et 
historica vocatur, circ. 1667. 1022, 
ff. 17-21. 
Chronological notes, 17th cent. 
1424, ff. 213 b-217 b. 
List of works on chronology, 17th 
cent. Dd. 649, f. 291. 
Note of computation of rime from 
the Creation, 17th cent. 3796, f. 12. 
v. Duke (Richard). 
Jews. 
Navara (Juan Manuel de). 
Newton (Sir lsaac). 



[NDEXo 

LLI 

OEurch (Robert), Fellow of Caius College, 
Cangn'dge. Questiones theologicoe in 
vepere comitiorum disputatoe, circ. 1578. 
478. 

Church of England. 
Ecclesi stical History of. 

v. England, 

Churchîll (Awnsham), Bookscller. Col- 
lection of voyages and travels, vol. l., 
1704. Extract. 1983, f. 85. 
Letter to, trom J. Mortimer, n. d. 
4067, f. 61. 

Churchill (Charles). Lettêr to Sit" H. 
Sloan% 1714. 4043, f. 269. 

Churchill 

(John), 1.'t Duke of Marl- 
borough. Verses on his campaign, 17th 
cent. 1941, f. 25. 
Epitaphs on, 18th cent. Lat. 
3.324, ft: 289-294. 

Churchill (Sarah), wife of John, 1st 
D,ke ,,f Ma,'lborotujh. Letter to Sir H. 
Sioane, 1718. 4045, f. 150. 

Churchill (William), Boolseller to George 
IL ; nephew of Awnsham Churchill. Let- 
ter to Sir H. Sloane, 1728. 4049, f. 195. 

Chycoyneau (Michael), Conseiller du 
R.,y, C,,aace, lier et Juge en l' Universitd de 
Mo»tpellier. Consulte par, A l'Hdpital 
Ge'nral de Montpellier, 17th cent. 3998 
ff. 42-44. 

Chylan (Antoine), French Consul ai 
l'etuan. Notice of his conversion to 
Mahometanism and change of his naine 
to Hadrahaman Benrichy XeriÇ 1666. 
1955 f. 94 b. 

Chytroeus 
18th cent. 
3258, C. ff. 13-72. 
- - Letter to E. 
2882, f. 50. 

(Nathan). Nomenclatr, 
Lat. and Germ. Tmpe,'f. 

Moller, 1582. Lat. 

Ciacon (Alphonsus), ttispanus Biac¢nsi,', 
T,eol. Doct., Ordinis Proedicatorum, l?o- 
m«niq,,e l"o, tificis Pwnitentiarius. v. 
Chacon (Alouso). 

Ciampelli (----), Abate. Poesie Toscane 
per, alla Marchesa Strozzi 17th cent. 
2756 f. 89. 

Cicero (Marcus Tullius). 

in e jus 

cent. 

Observationes 
lib. L Ep. 16 ad Atticum 17th 
lmperf. 3371, f. 21. 
E,istola ad, a S. Sulpicio, 17th 
1466, ff. 2-6. 

- Tractatu]us in sententiam extrac- 
tare ex ejus libro "De finibus," 17th 
cent. 2144, f. 205. 

Cicero (Marcus Tullius) (continued). De 
natura Deorum, 17th cent. Excerpts. 

3861, ff. 2{} b-29. 
-------- De officiis, 1700-1. 
1154, ff. 1-77. 

Engl. transi. 

De ollîciis, lib. L, late 17th cent. 
EngL £nperf. 1009, ff. 217-222. 
De senectute : translation in French 
by J. Sloane, 160.ï. 1327. 
Phrasesse,,tentiœeque collectœe ex, a 
J. Wrighte, 1607. Lat. and Engl. 833, 
ff. 18-39 b. 

Sicilia Jl[afri» Medicus 
Letter to Sir H. Sloane, 
4058, f. 127. 
Cinq ]:ars, ][arquis de. 
Ruz (Henri). 
Cinque Ports. 
the Barons, 1559. 
Cipher. « Occulte 
1455. 416, f. 155. 

v. Coiffier de 

Grant of liberties to 
1710, ff. 151-156. 
scribendi modus," 

- Rules for a cipher, 15th cent. 
35 L, f. 15 b. 
A work writteu in cipher, 17th 
cent. 2652 ff. 1-48 52. 
--------- v. Courten al. Charleton (William). 
Circhiarius (----). Medic,,s. Cousilium 
medicum, 1641. 2253 ff. 168-171. 
Circulanus (Albertus). Consilium medi- 
cure, 1644. 2253 ff. 314-316. 
Ciricius, 8., Martyr. Carmen S. Ciricii 
et Julittoe, lnatris ejus, 15th cent. 783 
B. f. 215. 
Cisterna (Robert de). Curoe sui,er Vi- 
aticum lsaaci Judœe, 15th cent. 75, 
ff. 1-93 ; 418 ff. 183-317. 
Clagenîort. v. KLageufurt, in Crinthia. 
Claires, Co,«rt of. v. England, Soverei:tns 
of. James II. 
Clairvaulx Abbey, in France. Cor- 
respondence of the Abbat with the 
Abbat and Prior of Ourscamp Abbey, 
14th cent. 1777, ff. 87 b-88. 
Clanfy (Dionysius), of co. LSnericl. Note 
of his birth in 1630, and death in 1666. 
1708, f. 108. 
Clan_ricarde, Earl of. v. Burgh 
(Richard de). 

------- Selectus vocabulorum usus deli- 
batus ex, 17th cent. 888, ff. 1-92 b. 
- De morte ejus carmen C. Severi, 
15th cent. 777, 1:30 b. 
Cieilia (Matheus de). Practica alche- 
mien, 15th cent. 3744, ff. 72 b-76. 
Cicognini (Giacomo), M.D., lle:liS 
Ordînarhs. 
n.d. Lat. 



112 

INDEX. 

Clapham(5:i,-Ralph). Accompt of monys 
paid to his creditors after his decease by 
Dr. S. Collins, n.d. 1823, f. 32. 
Clare, Earls of. Pedigree, 16th cent. 
1301, f. 186 b. 
v. Holles (John). 
Clare (Martin), of Sol, o Square. Letter 
to Sir Il. Sloan% 1742. 4057, f. 142. 
Claro (William), son of _Martin Clare of 

Soho Square. Receipt fo 
for the stone brain of 
4057, f. 142 b. 
Clare Castle, co. Chwe. 

Sit" H. Sloane, 
an ox, 1742. 

Names of the 

chiefest men present at the siege of, 
1642. 1008, f. 43. 
Clarendon, E¢rl of. r. Hyde (Edward). 
Clark (Charles), Toyman, of Queen Street, 
London. Letters to Sir H. Sloane, [17053, 
and n.d. 4058, ff. 129, 130. 
J. Petiver, . d. 4066, 

Letter fo 
f. 296. 

Clark (J--), of 
Ludlow, 170. 

Clark (Roger), 

Decizes. Letter fo 
4025, f. 74 b. 
Merchant of 
Tra,ling accompts, 1578-1580. 

321, ff. 2 b-32. 
Clark (Samuel), Prisoner 
Letter to Sir H. Sloan% 
f. 82. 

320 or 

in the Fleet. 
1733. 4053, 

Clark (William), of Fillongleg, co. Waru,. 
Entry-books of letters on mercantile 
affairs from Aleppo to England 1597- 

1602. 867. 
Clark (William). 
i532. 

Formerly ownœed MS. 

Clarke (----). Notes of serinons on 
board the Warwick frigate, and at 
Cowes Castl% 1647, 1648. 2788, ff. 63- 
86 b. 
Clarke (C---), of Chilcote, co. Dcrb. 
ter to Sir H. Sloane, 1724. 
f. 356. 
Clarke (Edmund). Theconstruction and 
use of the Quadrant, 1654. ImTer f. 
904, ff. 188 b-210. 
Clarke (J--), of Pad,,'orth, co. Berks. 
Letters to Sir H. Sloane, 1731, and n. d. 
4051, f. 288 ; 4058, ff. 131-135. 
_ - Letter to Darrington, n. d. 
4058, f. 135. 
Clarke (John), of Daventry, co. 2¢orthants. 
Medical prescription for his wife, by Dr. 
J. 31etford, 1652. :Lat. 2812, f. 24. 
Clarke (John), of Leather Lane, Loto]on. 
Letter to Sir H. Sloane, 1737. 4055, 

f. 120. 

Let = 
4034, 

Clarke (Ralph), M.I)., of Granthat. 
Letter to Sir H. Sloane, 1725. 4048, 
f. 98. 

Clarke (Robert). o.f Christ's ltospital. 
Specimens of handwriting, 1671. 994, 
ff. 13 b, I4, 19 b, 20, 29 b, 30. 
Clarke (Samuel), Presbyterian Minizte," 
of St. Benet Fbwk, London. Scheme of 
his nativity, 1599. 1707, f. 27. 
Clarke (Samue]), of Pett!t France, West- 
minster. Letter fo Sir H. Sloane, n. d. 
4058, f. 137. 
Clarke (William), M.A., of St. John's 
Colle:le, Oxford, and Curate of Devizes, 
co. II'ilts. Letter to Sir H. Sloane, 1728. 
4049, f. 185. 
Classics. Excerpta ex Ovidio, Horatio, 
aliisque poetis, 17th cent. 1361, f. 105. 
r. Aristotle. 
Rome, Emperors of. Caius Julius 
Coesar. 
Casaubon (lsaa c). 
Cicero (Marcus Tullius). 
Juvenalis (Decimus Junius). 
Terentius (Publius), Afer. 
Virgilius Maro (Publius). 

Claudianus (Claudius). El,igramma d» 
seue Veronensi, 17th cent. 1898, f. 64. 

Claudius, S. Memoria de, 15th cent. 
2916, f. 123. 
Claus (.--), M.D., of l'ienna. Consilium 
medicum, 17th cent. 2253, f. 185 b. 

Clauserus (Christophorus), M.D., of 
Z::rich. Liber receptarum, 1505. 3129. 
-- Wrote MS. 3130. 

Claussen 
Description 
')883.. 

(Peder), Pastor of Undal. 
de la Norvège, 17th cent. 

Clave (Etienne 
try ot Paris. 
118, f. 255. 
Clavel (John), 
Charles I., 1627. 

de), Professor of 
Notice of, 17th cent. 

H, ghwayman. Verses to 
542, f. 29. 

ClaveH (Robert), Mastcr of the Stationers' 
Company. Letters to Dr. E. Borlase, 
1679. 1008, ff. 239-242 b. 
- Letter fo J. Petiver, n.d. 4066, 
f. 297. 

Claveus (Gasto), called Dulco. A1- 
chemical process, 18th cent. 3506, f. 66. 

Claveus (Stephanus). Quoedam ex ejus 
cursu chemico, 17th cent. 3119 f. 193. 

ClaylJole (Elizabeth), da,. of the Pro- 
tector Oliver Cromwell. Prescription for 
165t]. Lat. 952, f. 96 b. 



INDEX. 113 

Clayton (J--), Minister of Jamvs Ci(q, 
Vir.qin. Letter to Dr. E. Borlase, 1684. 
1008, f. 335. 
Cleyton (William), B«ron Sundon. Let- 
ter, as Comrnissioner of the Treasury, to 
Sir H. Sl,,ane, 1729. 4050, f. 132. 
Cleanor Coleran. v. Hare (Henry), 
2nd 13aron Colerabw. 

Cleark (Andrew), D.D., Ch,plain fa 
Charles, Prince of Wales. Note of a 
dispensation t% to hold two living% n.d. 
856, f. 11 b. 
Clearke (Richard). Poem, 17th cent. 
Cop«. 1446, f. 88. 
Ceave (William), Armoer, of co. North- 
ants. Medical prescription for, by Dr. 
J. Metford, 1652. Lat. 2812, f. 46. 

Cleijer (Andreas), of B«t«via. 
E. Koempfer, 1691. Dtc. 

Clemens, 8. Legênda de, 
1936, ff. 104 b-l13. 

Clemens (Cynthius), M.D. 

Letter to 
3064 f. 19. 
15th cent. 

De febrium 

curatione, 1618. 3133, ff. 404-411. 

Clement (Jo--). Receipt for plants sold 
to the Duchess of Beaufort, 1694. 4071, 
f. 246. 

Clement (John), M.D., Presiden of the 
(-'olleje of Physicians. Medical receipt, 
16th cent. 3149, f. 43. 

Clément 
]ivres 
77-0. 

(Nicolas), " Bibliothd, tuaire du 
Paris." Catalogue de quelques 
envoyd à, l sth cent. 2887, ff. 

Clement (Simon), Secretary to the Eng- 
lish Embassy af Vienna. Register of 
hi letters, 1712-1714. 3811. 

Clement (Thomas), M«ster's 2 te. Jour- 
nal of voyage from England fo Surat 
and back, 163az-163:. 3492. 

Clements (Henry), Printe," of t],e Philo- 
sophical Transactions. Disclaimer of 
any right and property in the copy of 
the Philosophical Transactions, 1710. 
Signed. 3984, f. 2î6. 

Clenau, Cornes «le. 
Clench (Edward). 
17th cent. 3203. 

r. Kienow. Courir of. 
Medical receipts 

Clergy. Ohserv:ttious ou some books 
written against the Clergy, especially 
Martin Mar-pre]ate, cire. 1700. 885, 
ti: 102-105 b. 

Clerk (-------). ff.D. Medical receipts, 
17th cent. Lat. 3426. ff. 148-157. 

Clerk (John), Bishop of Bath. Letters 
to, as Commissioner to Adrian VI. and 
Charles V., from Card. Wolsey, 1523, 
1525. 3839 ff. l 13-25, 26-41. 

Clerk (Josiah), JLD. Praxis 
cum casibus, 1663-1672. 
209, 219-253, 264--o79. 

medicinoe, 
2138, ff. 1 

Clerk x Richard), Carm of Canterbury. 
Letter to Bishop Andrewes, 161. " Lat. 
118, f. 9. 
Clerk (Wi]]iam), Surgeon. Book mad, • 
of the bark of trees by, in Newfouudlaud, 
1710. 2373. 

Clerk (William). 
n.d. 4066, f. 298. 
Clerke, Family of, of Dcptford. 
of the bir[hs and deaths of 

Letter to J. Petiver, 

member% 1627-1637. 
Clerk 
Archcs. 
1573. 

Notes 
several 
472, ff: 8 b-10. 

(Bartholomew), Deaa of the 
Letter to Cambridge University, 
3562, £ 21. 
-------- Citation of parishioners of Bettws 
Garmon, 157.ï. 1605, f. I b. 
----Accompt of his entertainment as 
Assistant in Couuci| of the Uuited States 
of Holland, 1587. 3299, L 15. 

Clerke (John), of Qwens" Colle,je, Ca,n- 
brMge, a,v2 of Wells, co. |Vexford. Dis- 
cour»e of the Philosopher's Stone, 1685. 
3700. 

Clethrow (Henry). v. Clitherow. 

Cleveland (John), Poet. Imitation or 
his letter of thanks to Lord Westmor- 
land, 17th cent. 3087, f. 27. 

Cleves, Duchy of, in Prussia. Metrical 
descriptiou of the character of the 
natives, 17th cent. Dutch. 2764, f. 117. 

Cliffe (Henry), of Sutton. Letter to Sir 
H. Sloane, 171îr 4045, f. 196. 

Clifford, F,,mi!!/ of. t'edigree, 17th 
cent. 1429, ff. 49 b, 110 b. 

Clifford (George), 3,'d Earl of Cun&er- 
lard. Voyages in 1589, 1591, 1593, 
17th cent. 43, ff. 25 b, 31b» 35. 
---------Graut to, of letters of marque, 
1597. 33, f. 3. 
-Commentary of his voyage in 
:159., 17th cent. 3289. 
--------- Dispute with the Merchaat Ad- 
venturers Company, 1602. 25, ff. 10 
1 o 

Clifford (Georgius), LL.D., of Amsto'- 
data. Letter to Sir H. Sloane 173. 
4055, f. 393. 

SL{bAN E INDEX. I 



114 

INDEX. 

Clifford (He,ry), qf London. Medical 
certificate of his mpotence, 1607. Let. 
1709, f. 142. 

Clifford é« Quatermaine (Margaret). 
Observationes de ejus corporis dissec- 
tione, per N. Johnstoue, 168. 3408, 
f. 195. 

Clifton, co. Glouc. Account of St. Vin- 
cent's wel}, by a physician, clrc. 1640. 
640, ff. 340-351. 
Account of St. Vincent's rock and 
hot well at, by G. Bonnivert, late 17th 
cent. Ff. 1028, ff. 84, 87 b. 
Clifton (Franci.), 2_r.D., of Ifing.ston, 
Jarnaica. Letter to Sir II. Sloane, 1736. 
4054. f. 247. 

Clifton (J--). Formerly owned MS. 2793. 
Climacterical Years. Account of, 
17th cent. 182, ff. 6 h-10 b. 
Clinton, F, mily of. Notes of the pedi- 
grec, 16th cent. 1.30 I, ff. 32 b, 42 b. 

Clinton of Coleshill, Family of. 
Notes of, 16th cent. 1301, f. 412 b. 

Clinton (Aune), d«ughter of Henry, 7th 
Earl of Lmc,,ln. Prescription for, by 
Sir H. Sloane, 1729. 4076, f. 18. 

Clinton (Elizabeth), wife of Edward, 
1st Earl of Lbwoln, and ]Iistress of 
Henry V/IL M. dical prescriptions for, 
by Dr. Glyn, 16th cent. 398, passim. 

Clinton (Lucy), wife of 

t[emT, 7th Earl 
of Lincoln. L.tters to Sir H. Sloane, 
[1729]. 4076, ff. 16, 17. 
-- Letter to her brother Henry, 1729. 
Extr«ct. 4076, f. 19. 
Letters to ber brother, the Duke 
of Newca..tle, 1729. Extr«cts. 4076, 
ff. 159o 161. 

Clitherow (Henry), Merchant of London. 
Trading accompts, 1578-1580. 320 or 
321, ff. 2 b-32. 

Clophame (--), of 27eamsley, co. York. 
Collections relatingto ¥ork»hire familles, 
17th cent. 3836» ff: 65 b-69. 

Clopton, F«mily 
arms in Melbrd 
1301, £ 338 b. 
Clopton (Poley), 
Edmun,s. 
1722, 1723. 

of. blotes of their 
church, 16th cent. 

LD., of lurySt. 
Letters to Sir H. Sloane, 
4077, ff. 93-99. 

Clothworkers and I)yers Com- 
pany of London, v. London. 

Clotworthie at. Clutterie 
l'oct. Verses in praise of, by T. C,afyn, 
ch'c. 1605. Lat. and EnçL 1709, f. 214 b. 

Clowes (William), Surgeon to Lord 
Sussexo then Lord Cham5erl«in. Treati.,es 
on the pox and embaiming, 17th cent. 
1845, ff. 40-49. 
• Owned, in 1572, MS. 1. 

Cluett (Richard), Archdeacon of Middh'.. 
sex. Letter to, from the Bishop of 
London, 1633. 2728, A. f. 19. 

Clusinus Episcopus. v. Chiusi, 
Bfs/oep of. 
• 
Clusius (Carolus). v. L'Ecluse (:Charles 
de) 

Clutterie. v. Clotworthy. 

Cly-nton, Family of. v. Clinton. 

Cnaustinus (Henricus). v. Knaust 
(Heinri«h). 
Cnorr, Baron de. v. Knorr (Jean Chrdtien 
de), Baron. 
(20--- (Jan). Directions for making a 
charmed seal, 165. Lat. 3162, f. 4. 

Coals. Amount of coals anuually im- 
ported into London, c/re. 1700. 2902, 
f. 52. 

Coatos (Daniel). Observations ou dis- 
section of his body after bis execution at 
Tyburn, 171ï, rend in the theatre of the 
College of Physicians, 1714. 2039, ff. 
116-119, 126, 127. 
Contes (James), But/er of Pembro llall, 
Cambridge. Observations on his death, 
1665. 1941, f. 78. 

Coats (Richard). Alchemical 
17th cent. 3688, ff. 24 b-33. 

treatise, 

Cobb (Richard). 
2728. 

Formerly owned MS. 

Cobellutius (Scipio, Secretarg to Popc 
Paul V. Wrote, in 1610,/IS. 264. 

Cobham, Baron. v. Brooke (William). 

Cobham (Sir Henry), 5th son of George, 
6tl Baron Cobham. Instructions to, as 
Ambassador to Spain, 1575. 242, f. 120. 
- -- Instructions to, as Ambassador fo 
France, 1579. 2442, f. 61. 

Cobos (Franci»co de los), Comenàado 
3Ia.qor ; ,_%cretary or St.,te to Ch cries V. 
Relation of the Ita]ian campaign of 
Francis I. against Charles V., 17th cent. 
8pan. 2798. 

Coccejus (Johannes), P,'ofesso" of Theo- 
lot!! af Leyden. Autograph in album, 
1669. 1795 or 2597, f. 11. 

Coch (O-- C---). L,-tter to C. bchroedter, 
1704. Ge, m. 2e;76, f. 178. 



INDEX. 115 

Coehin-China. Note frein C. Borri's 
history ofthe manners of the inhabitants, 
17th cent. 1448, A. ff. I-3. 
Cock (John), of Roehampton. [,etter te 
Sir H. Sienne, 1712. 4034, f. 363. 
Coekaine (Edwa,'d), in An «remis 3[aq. is- 
ter. MS. 1601 was dedicated te, in 1663. 

Cockburn (William), M.D. Papers 
relating te his solution ofthe problem 
of medical doses. 18th cent. P,-inted 
and .118. 3198, ff. 30-57, 63-103. 
Letters te Sir H. Sienne, 169jti- 
1734, and a.d. 4036, f. 159 ; 4039, 
f. 94 ; 4047, f. 202 ; 4053, f. 230 ; 4058, 
ff. 138, 139. 
Cockleshell (Timothy). 
signed, te Sir H. Sienne, 
ff. 143-145. 

Letter thus 
1713. 4043, 

Cockman (J--), M.D. Letter te Sir Il. 
Sienne, 1718. 40341 f. 365. 
Cockmazl (John). Letter te, ri'oto Dr. 
A. Charlett» 170.ï. 4064, t: 131. 
Cockshute (Eiizabeth). Scheme of ber 
nativity, 164. 1707 f. 16. 
Cockshute (John). Scheme of his 
nativty, 1640. 17071 f. 15. 
Cockshute (William). Scheme of 
nativity, 1642. 1707, f. 15 b. 
Cocoazlut. Relation of a cocoanut pre- 
sented te the Slaah of Pers[a, 17th cent. 
927 f. 20 b. 
Cocq ltenricus), Thedogical Student. 
Autograph in album, circ. 1668. 1795 

oc 2557, L 64. 
Coctinius (Emmanuel Sousa). 
Coutinho (Manoe| de). 
Codronel:tills (Baptista). 

absynthii, 16th cent. 

v. Sousa 

De sale 
3792 ff. 1-9. 

Coffoe, Te make cotfee powder and 
iiquor, 17th cent. 647, f. 8. 
--------- Description of, 17th cent. 3958, 
f. 13. 

Coffey (Charles), Dramatist. Letter te 
Sir H. 51oane, n.d. 4058, f. t40. 

Coffin (John), :'olàier af Tan,fier. Charge 
aga,nst, for theft, 167. 3514, f. 61. 

Coga (Dr. Natha,,ael), 
b,'ohv Hall, Cambridge. 
J. Marshal, ci, v. 1681. 

.llaster of Pem- 
Letter te, frein 
4025, f. 169. 

Cogan, Family of. 
1301, f. 220. 

Notes of, 16th cent. 

Coggesha21, . Essex. Payment te the 
town by Pmbroke Hall, Cambridge, 
17th cent. 2592, ff. 11 b-13. 

Coggs (William), Soldie," st Tangier. 
Charge against, /'or theft, cire. 1671. 
3514, f. 68. 
Coiffier de Ruzd (Henri), .krarqu;s de 
('inq Mars. Histoire et procès criminel 
de, 17th cent. 2885, ff. 27-32. 
Coke (-----). Report on ber bodjr by' Sir 
H. S|oaue, J. Arbuthuot, R. Mead, C. 
Amyand and T. Graham, 172. 4!)78, f. 99. 
Coke (Mrs. -----). Prescription for, by 
Sîr H. Sloan% 1729. 3984, f. 70. 
Coke (Sir Edward), Lo,'d Chier Just'cc. 
Charge st the Asizes st Bedford 1608. 
Ext,.acts. 1664 ff. 47 b, 48. 
------ Notes frein his s[eech, 1614. 3522, 
ff. 38-41. 
--------Letter in lais belaalf frein the 
Council te James I., 1616. 1710, f. 137. 
- ------- Proceedings against, in the Couucil, 
1616. 1710 ff. 138 b, 139. 
------- Contents of a speech in the II,u.e 
of Commons, 1625. 826, f. 23. 
- « Arguments in the couference 
between the Houses of Parli:tment, 1628. 
826 ff. 80-83 b. 
-------- Speêch in Parliament, 162[. 826, 
f. 147. 
------Ext,'acts frein his Institutes rê- 
specting Parliament» 18th cent, 1503, 
f. 40. 
--------Letter te Dr. Cowell, [1603]. 
3562, f. '21 b. 
-------- Letters te, ri'oto Sir F. Bacon n. d. 
1775» ff. 78-83 ; 3978, f. 42. 
Coke (Margaret), wife of Si," T/ms. C,l:e, 
A.B., «fterw. Earl of Leicester. Letters 
te Sir H. Sienne, [1718-1728]. 4034, 
ff. 367, 368. 
Coke (Sir Thomas), 17.17,. ; afterw. E«rl 
of Leicester. Letter te Sir }I. Sienne, 
1719. 4034 f. 36'3. 
Coker (Theodore), M.D., of Provhlence. 
N. Americ. Letter to Sir H. Sloaue, 
174t. 4034, f. 279. 
Coker (WiIliam), Ajent in En.ql, uwl fo»" 
Lord C, rlisle. Instructions for, 17th 
cent. oo. f. 80. 
Letter te Lord Carlisle, 11381. 
2724, t 209. 
Colbatch (John), M.D. Objections 
against, by J. Garlick, 17th cent. 2263. 
-- Elegyon, 17thcent. 1731,A.f. 164. 

Letters te Sr H. 81oan% {:1696], 
1725, andn. d. 4025,£ 76; 4026, f. 431; 
4058, f. 141. 
------- Letter te, frein C. Bernard, n.d. 
Dr,fit. 1783, f. 80. 

][ O 



116 

INDEX. 

Colbert (Jacques Nicholas), Archbishop 
of C,,rthlge. Oration to Louis XIV., 
1685. l'ransl. 1518. 

Colbert (Jean Baptiste), Secretary of 
State in France. Description of an 
hourglass drawn up for, by J. Wijnalje, 
1670. Dntch. 3299, f. 54. 
Colby (D--), M.D., of Rockingh_m, co. 
Vortlunts. Letters to Sir H. Sloane, 
1732. 4034» ff. 370; 4075, ff. 1» 3. 
Colby (Dixon). v. Co]eby (Dixon). 
Colby (Thomas), Naval CommisMoner. 
Naval accompts signed by, 170I-I708. 
3953. 

Colchester, co. Essex. Astrological 
scheme» ruade at, 161. 3» f. 2. 
Contemporary account of the exe- 
cution of Sir C. Lucas and Sir G. Lisle 
at, 1648. 3652, f. 112 b. 
--------- Petition ofthe burgesses respecting 
thee|ectioa ofmayor» 1696. 2717, f. 116. 
Cole (George). Owned, in 1624, MS. 
1037, ff. 1-28. 
Cole (James), of Loeulon, afterw, of Con- 
necticut, N. Anwrica. Letters to his 
wif% 163. 922, ff. 94, 96, 101. 
Letter to bis parents, 1634. Copy. 
92-o» f. 99. 
Letter to N. Wallington, n. d. 
Copy. 922, L 107. 
-. Letters fo, ri'oto N. Wallington, 
1634, I642, 1650. 922, fl: 97 104, 173. 
Cole (John), qf 3Ialag«. Letter to S. 
Luke, 1671. 3511, f. 5. 
Colo (Lawrence), Secretar to the Society 
for ia'omoting E»glish Protestant Schools 
in .5"eland. Letter to Sir H. Sloane, 
1737. 4055, f. 123. 
Cole (Michael). Formerly owned lIb. 
1206. 

Cole (Nathanael), of Barnwell, r. Oundle. 
Letter to Sir H. Sloane, 1694. 4036, 
f. 191. 

Letter to J. 

Cole (,¢ir Wi]liam), Prorost of Ennisdlen. 
Services performed by, with his regi- 
ment from Enniskiilen garri:on in cos. 
Fermanagb, Tyrone, Mo,agba», Cavan, 
Leitrim, S]igo and Donegall since 23 
(ct. 1641, 17th cent. 1008, f. 170. 
-------- Grant of commis.ioa fo, for the 
execution of martial law, 1650. 1519, 
f. 214. 

Letter to 

f. 258. 

Cole (Robert), of Londo». 
Luke 1662. 3509, 
Letter to, from J. 
3509, f. 31. 

Cole (William), M.D. 
amination of Lady 
4034, f. 36:L 
Directions 
rium» 18th cent. 
Letter to 
4037, f. 278. 

Post-mortem ex- 
Pakington, 1679. 

for making an herba- 
4020, f. 101. 
Sir H. gloane, 1699. 

-------- Letter to, from Dr. N. Grew, 1677. 
1942, f. 7. 
Cole (William), Smweyor of Custo,,s et 
Brisol. Letter to A. Russell. 1693. 
4062 L 249. 
Clebck (John). r. Colbatch (John). 

Colebatch, Dr. v. Colbatch (John). 

Colebrooke (George -----), M.D. Let- 
te,- to Sir H :Sloane, 1698. 4026, fi 427. 

Coleby 
lord. 
: 186. 

(Dixon), of Merton Coilege 
Letter to J. Petiver, 170. 4064, 

Col, man (--,), Silvers,nith, o] 
Martin's in theFields» London. Covenant 
with Dr. S. Collins» 1697. 1.% f. 20. 

Colepeper. v. Culpeper. 

Colepeper, Faraly of. 
cnt. 1429 f. 41. 

Pedigree, 17th 

Colepeper Çl'bomas), Colonel. 
in 1700, MS. 3642, ff: 69-80. 

Wrote» 

Coleraine, Baron. v. Hare (Henry). 

Coles (E--), 2[edical Practitioner af 
lich,,ond» co. Surr. Letters to Sir H. 
,'31oane, 1718-1726. 4075, ff. 10-15. 

Coles (Francis), Warden of the Stat'oners 

[16195. 4062, Company. lmprimatur of R. Smith's 
' «Won,lers of the W orld," signed by» 
1671. 388, f. 1 b. 

Luke, 1662. 

Cole (Samuel), Miner, of Lelant, n,'. St. 
Ives, Crnwall. I.etter to Sir H. Sloane, 
1721. 4046, f. 124. 
Cole (Thomas), Grocer, of Allh«llows, 
Honey Lane, Lond¢m. Memoranda re- 
specting his family, 1531-1.580. 1206, 
ff. 10 b-18. 

Colet (John), .Dean of St. laut's. ,'3er- 
mon on Rom. xii. 2, preached before 
Convocation, [1511.] 1207, ff. 41-52. 

Coley (, ) De 
torum astronomioe» 
ff. 12-17 b. 

intentionibus secre- 
15th cent. 309 

Co]ey (Henry), Astrologer and Mathe- 
ruticia,. Collection by, of newsletters 
of Mu,ldimau and R. Randall, 16î, 1687- 
168. 3929. 



INDEX. 

117 

Coley (Henry), Astrologer a,d M«the- 
,,aticiaa (coatinued). Astro]ogical and 
mathematical collections, 1665-1695. 
2279; 2280, ff. 1-36; 2281-2285; 2328. 
- Geometrîcal and astronomica| frag- 
ments frein Euclid, 17th cent. 1405. 
- Principles of Geometry, 17th cent. 
3880. 

cent. 

Verses on Euclid's picture, 17th 
22.54, t: 3. 
Verses by, te ----- Crawford, 1671. 

2285, f. 175 b. 
------- Verses te, by H. Care, 1672. 
f. 162. 

2285. 

Verses te, by W. 5almon, 17th 
2285, f. 176 b. 
Letter te, frein J. Gellatlay, n. d. 

3876, f. 2. 
- • Letter te, frein H. Heathfield, 168ï-. 
3822, f. 1 ï0 b. 
--. - Owned, in 1680, MS. 3876. 
Colf (Abraham), lïca," of Lewisham, ca. 
Iffet. Letter te, fi'om N. Wallington, 
1642. 922, f. 132. 
Colle (Joseph), Jua. Owned, in 1620, 
MS. 3915. 
Colius (Jacobus), Orteltaus. Vera Cu- 
pidinis descriptio, metrice, 16th cent. 
Dutc. 2764, f. 13. 
- Treatise on ciphers, 1584. 957. 
Coll&do (Diego). Japanese grammar, 
17th cent. otm. transi. 3459. 

Medico. Opera quoedam, 

Collado (Luis), 
1583. 2849. 

Colladon (Si," John), SLD. ChemicaI 

and culinary receipts, 17th cent. 
1990, passim. 
-------- Au,itiones quotidianoe Galicoe, 
1643. 2079, ff. 14--19. 
Collas (John), F.R.8., of ]3erlin. Dis- 
course on animal lire, 18th cent. 3323, 
ff. 86-107. 
-------Letter te Sir H. 51oane, n. d. 
4058, f. 143. 
Colle (Giovauui), di Belluno. Notitia 
adversus novatores de morbo Gallico 
1628. 1991, f. 226. 
Colle (WiIliam), G,'ocer, of Londtm. Ac- 
compt of reveaues of St. Bartholomew's 
Hospital 1581-1582. 2177 ff. 9 b-14 b. 
Collet (John, son of Thomas), of Little 
Gidding. Owned, in 1633, MS. 3890. 
Colleter (Guillaume). Sonne$s, 17th 
cent. Er. 895, f. 32, ct passim. 
Colltt, F«milg of. Pedigree, 17th cent. 
1429. t: 4« 

Collett (Doctor-----). Experiment for 
the memory, 16th cent. 744, f. 27. 
Collhurst; (Robert). Poem on the pic- 
ture of Sir H. Sloane and Dr. Radcliffe, 
18th cent. 3516, f. 114. 
Collier (Jeremy), Nonjuring Diciw. 
Epigram on, 17th cent. 3065. f. 73. 
Collingwood, Fa,dly of. Relation of 
the passages touchiug their title te 
Elsingtou Mauor and other lands in 
Northumberland, «irc. 1657. 972, f. 23. 
Collingwood (Robert). Disputatî«,nes 
de sanctissirna Tinitate et de actibus 
humaui% 1685. 98. 
Collins (----), G«rd«ïw," at Chelse. 
List of plants in Sir H. Sienne s garden 
at Chelsea, 1693. 4020, f. 266. 
Collins (). Medical receipts, 17th 
cent. 2t18, ff. 35 b-87. 
Collins (Greenville), C«ptain. Observa- 
tions out of his "Coasting Pilot," 17th 
cent. 3237, ff. 27-28. 
- Tide-table, 17th cent. 3237, L 48. 

Collins (John), .l[,,the,,tdician. Theorems 
of varying proportions, 17th cent. 227q 
ff. 40-44. 
- - Method by, for fiuding the uumbev 
of the Julian period, 17th cent. 22sl, 
f. 9. 
- Concerniug the resoIutioa of Equa- 
tîoas in numbers, 17th cent. 2281, ff'. 
16-18. 

Collins (Jihn). 
246. 

Formerly owned M.',. 

Collixm (Richard). Letter te Dr. Downes, 
1669. 4062, f. 172. 
Letter te --, 16.ï. 4062, f. 174. 
Collins (Samuel), .IL D., Attto,nist. Col- 
lections relative te Comparative Anato- 
my, 17th cent. lIologr. 1822-1824. 
- Treatise on the cure of maladies, 
17th cent. lIolo,jr. 1821. 
------- Medical lectureon abstinence, 17th 
cent. 3310, f. 39. 
Medical lecture on diet, 17th cent. 
3310» ff. 97-100. 
Collinson (Peter), Quaker and A:,,luralist. 

Letters te Sir H. Sienne, 1728-1742, 
o., L 161 
and n.d. 1968, ff: 95, 97 ; 
4025, f. 80; .4053, f. 234 ; 4054, f. 62 ; 
4055, fl: 98,-..; 4057, L 173; 4O58, 
ri: 145-172 b. 
Letter to, from Dr. Amman, 1740. 
1968, £ 85. 

------- Letter to, ff'oto Sir H. tSloane, 1740. 
4069, f. 4_ b. 



118 

INDEX. 

Collot (Francis). 
calculi majoris 
1865» f. 110. 
Collyer (Abel). 
965. 

Narratio de operatione 
apparatus, 17th cent. 

Formerly owned 3IS. 

Coln St. Aldwin's, co. Glouc. Letter 
fl'om a geologist at, to Sir H. 51oan% 
1711. 4020, f. 198. 
Cologne, Archbihop Elector of. Ernest, 
D,,ke of L'araria. Alchemical elucida- 
tion of B. Valentine's 12 Keys, trans- 
mitted by» fo Rudolph II., 17th cent. 
2125» f. 60. 
Colonius (Daniel). Verses, 17th cent. 
.Dutch. 2764, ff. 65, 66. 
Colonius (Paulus), MinisteJ" ot Derenter, 
_h'etherl,nds. Letter to, from C. fiibelius 
à Goor» 1676. Lat. 2729» f. 6. 
Colonna (Fabio), Naturalist. Ecphrasis 
variorum stirpium et libellus de anima- 
libus, 17th cent. Excerpts. 2352, ff: 3- 
12. 
- his " Chrysalises 
cent. 2352, ff. 

Observations on 
and Butterflies," 17th 
13-16. 

Colonshu, lsle of, in Ci, inJ. Plant.oe in 
ea collectoe, 17th cenl. 2376, ff. 49-75. 

Colshill (Robert), Commisswner for the 
Gcrman loan. Instructions to, 1576. 
2442, f. 106. 
Colston (Joseph), M.D., of Lond, m. Com- 
pendium medicinœe, 17th cent. 126. 
Collection of letters and papers, 
17th cent. 118, l)assim. 
Cohunbus (Christopher). Narrative of 
his voyage in 1492 to the W. Indies, by 
bis son Ferdinand, 17th cent. 1709, 
ff. 286-303. 
Epit«ph, late 17th cent. Iat. 
1028 f. 30 b. 
Columbus (Ferdinand). Narrative by, 
of his father's voyage in 1492 to the W. 
Indies, 17th cent. 1709, ff. 286-303. 
Columell (Lucius Junius Moderatus). 
De Re Rustica liber x., 15th cent. 777, 
ff. 1-9. 

Colveston, co. Norf. r. Thomas, Iector 
of. 
Colvil (John), lastec of Iequcsts in 
Scotland. Letter to T. landolph, 1582. 
Copy. 3199» f. 302 b. 
Colvil (Robert), of Cleish. Injunctions 
for delivering into his hands Lord North- 
umberland, 1572. Copy. 3199, f. 4. 
Colvil (amuel). "A mock poem, or 
Whigg's supplication%"cb-c. 160. 158. 

Colvyle (Da.w Alice), Lady of Bytham. 
Will, 16th cent. Extr«cts. 1301, 
329 b. 

Colyear (David), 1st Earl of Portmore. 
Leter to Sir H. Sloane, . d. 4076 
f. 274. 

Combachius (Ludovicus Hermannus), 
Physician. Epistle dedicatory to the 
chemical tractates edited by, 1647. 373, 
f. 74b. 

Combe (Matthew), 3[cdical l'ractitioner. 
Letter to Sir H. Sloane, 172}. 4075, 
f. 16. 

Comber (Dr. ). bledical prescrip- 
tions for, by J. Crane, late 17th cent. 

1087, f. 76 b. 
Comber (Mrs. M--). bledical prescrip- 

tio»s for, by J. Crane, late 17th 
1087, f. 76 b. 
Comenius (Johannei Amos). 
mensk)L 
Cornes (Jacobus). Processus 
16th cent. 3549 ff. 42-43. 

cent. 

v. 

alchemici, 

Comets. v. Astronomy. 
Comitibus (Ludovicus de), of 
Chra disceptatio de li, luore Alkhaest ; 
translated by Dr. D. Foote, 1664. 618» 
ff. 1-52 b. 
- • Disceptatio de liquore Alchaest; 
in shorthand, 1671. 1782, ff. 49-51 b. 

Comitibus 
Flo,'ence. De lapide philosophico, 
cent. 692, ff. 20-46 b. 
- Epistle on alchemy, 16th 
320 or :521, tt. 105-109. 

(Nicolaus de), of Padua and 
15th 

cent. 

Comley (William), ofHcnley. "Chymicall 
processes about metalls," 1615. 414, 
ff. 5-48 b. 

Commelin (Casparus), of 
Letters fo J. Petiver, 1700, 
3321 ff..»o_., 64, 159. 

Commelyn (Jan), of Amste,'dam. Letters 
to C. Sibelius à Goor, 1684--1686. Dutch. 
2729 ff. 164, 165, 172, 180, 191. 

Common-Place Books. 17th cent. 
63, ff. 70-123 b ; 72. ri. 86-118 b; 97 ; 
104 ; 121, ff. 1 b-8 b, 118-128 ; Lat. 
368 ; Lat. and lt,H. 424; Lat. and 

En#L 449 ; Engl., Lat., Ff. and ZtaL 
524 ; 543, tt. 20-95 b ; 618, ff. 79-213 ; 
667, ff. 1--8 ; Lat. and En.ll. 701 ; 739 
1225 ; 1233 ff. 1-6, 40-68 b ; 1293 ff. 
1-24 ; 1535 ; 1539 ; 1541 ; 2215 ; 2348, 
ff. 1-32 b ; 2736, ff. 1-104 b ; 2781, 
108-133 b ; 3125, ff. 23-28 b ; 3374 
3776; 388,ff. 10-21 ; Lat., Ff. and .Engl. 



INDEX. 

3896 ; 
1361, ff. 1-53 ;--1654. 
2287. 
v. Allen (Edmuud). 
Brock (Francîs). 
Highmore (Nathanael). 
Hill (Abraham). 
Howes (Edward). 
Jahan (Pierre). 
Medicine. 

3912 ; 4022 ff. 23-49 b ;--1653. 
517;--1689. 

Commons, House of. v. Parliament, 
tl /u.w s of. 
Compios. On corporations and trad- 
ing companies, 17th cent. 2179, ff. 1- 
2:3. 
v, Africa. Royal Africau Company. 
America. 8outh American Com- 
pany. 
Hertford, Count of. 
Hudson's Bay Company. 
India. East. British East Indta 
Company. 
lndia, E«st. Dutch East lndia 
Company. 
Levant Company. 
I.ondon. Livery and other Com- 
panies. 
Marocco Company. 
Merchant Adventurers Company. 
Minerai and Battrie Company. 
Mining Company, Royal. 
$cotch Merchants Company. 
outh Sea Company. 
Turkey Company. 

Compton, Family of. Pedigree, 17th 
cent. 1429, f. 54. 

Compton (Sir Charles), 2nd son of Spen- 
cer, 2ad Earl of Northampton. Medical 
prescription fr his servant, by Dr. J. 
Metford, 1652. Lat. 2812, f. 17. 
--- Medical prescription for his 
daughter, by Dr. J. Metford, 1652. 
Lat. 281, f. 17. 
Medical prescription for his son, 
by Dr. J. Mettbrd, 1652. Let. 2812, 
f. 35. 
prescription for his 2ad 
J. Metford, 1655. Lat. 

------ Medical 
witb, by Dr. 
2812 f. 69. 

Compton (Henry), Bishop of Lcnlon. 
Papers relating to the order of Jmes Il. 
Dr. Sharpe, 1686. 

to, for suspending 
3943, ff. 1-16. 
Letter to his 
2728 f. 206. 

clergy, 168. Copy. 

- Letter to the Duchess of Albemarle, 
[1687"1692.] 4066, f. 299. 
Letters fo Sir H. $1oane, 171ô, 
aud n.d. 4043, f. 148 ; 4058. f. 173. 

Compton(Henry), Bishopof London (con- 
tînued). Letter to, from Rev. 3. Banister, 
1689. 3321 f. 1. 
--------- Papers of Rev. J. Banister in Vir- 
ginia on uatural history ent to, 18th 
cent. 4002. 
- - MS. 881 was dedicated fo him. 

Compton (Isabella), wif« of Jarnes, 3rd 
E,o'l of Northampton. Medical prescrip- 
tion for, by Dr. J. Metford, 1652. Lat. 
2812 f. 19 b. 

Compton (James), son of Sic Cluo'les 
Co,,,pton. Medicai prescriptions for, by 
Dr. J. Metford, 1652, 1655. Lat. 212, 
ff. 49» 75 b. 

Compton (Mary), wife of Sir Charles 
Compton. Medical prescription for, by 
Dr. J. Metfird, 1652. L,_ct. 2812, f. 14. 

Compton (Sir William), Lord Chancelloc 
of Iceland (1513-1516). Character of, 
17th cent. 1523, f. 33 b. 

Comrie (William), Professor of Philo- 
s, Thy in St. Leonard's Colh,ge ,n 
Andrews University. Address to James 
II., signed by, n.d. 2753, ff. 18-25. 

Conaway (Capt. James), Mastcr of the 
Trinity tIo,tse tt Deptford. Survev of 
ports from Dorer to the Laad's End, 1"69,. 
3233. 

Contester. 
Du,'h. 

v. Chester-Le-Street, co. 

Conchis (Gulielmus de). 
philosophia aaturali, 14th cent. 
1-60. 
-. Praxis medica, 16th cent. 
2273 ff. 45, 51-98. 

Dia[ogus de 
2424, 

Conchology. Classified list of shells, 
18th cent. Lat. 89, ff. 26-29 b. 
- Catalogue of a collection of shel|s 
and shellfi.h. 18th cent. Lat. Imperf. 
3392, ff. 80-83 b. 

Condall 
Cotlege, 
2987, ff. 49-52. 

(Robert), Felloto of Brase,oe 
Sermon, [1565-1572]. 

Condé, Family of. 
1582. 851. 

Autog:aphs of, 1579- 

Condd, Prince de. 
de). 

v. Bourbon (Henri II. 

Condon (. ), Lie,,tenant at Tangier. 
Deposition of, toue. Sherwood's black. 
1672. 3514 f. 111. 

Conduitt (Catharine), wife of Job,, 
Conduitt of Cr«drury. Letter to Sir H. 
Sloane, n. d 4075, f. 19. 



INDEX. 

Letter to Sir H. 
4052, f. 214. 
Letter fo A. Seba, 
4052, f. 310. 
Congleton ]l:anor, 

Sloane, 1732. 

Conduitt (John), of Cranbur!/, co. 8outh- 
«nts. Letters toSir H. Sioane,1716-1724, 
and n.d. 4044, ff. 183, 268-270; 4047, 
f. 230 ; 4058» f. 175 ; 4075, f. 17. 
Confectionery. v. Cookery. 
Conflentia (Panthaleon de), J[edicus. 
Pi]luIarium, 1581. 381, ff. 26-80. 
Confluentinus (F. Hierotheus), Parfum 
Capucino,'un in Provincia Rhenana Tx- 
l)rovincialis actualis Definitor et Custos. 
Lat. 

1733. Germ. 

co. Chest. Royal 
grant of, to the City of Loudon, 1628- 
1629. 3299, ff. 158-162. 

Congreve (William), Dramatist. 
againsg Love 17th cent. [mperf. 
f. 46. 

Satire 
3996, 

Coniers 
book, 1585, 1586. 
Coniêrs (Joln). 
---Tayler, n. d. 

(Cbristopher). 
144. 

Commonp]ace 

Lettel's to his cousin 
2251, ff. 86-87. 

Coningesby (FitzWilliam), of Noverton 
fa Stanford, co. Worc. Survey of his 
lands, 1650. 2728, B. f. 226. 
Coningsby(Frances), 2ml wif e of Tiwnu.s, 
Earl of Coningsby. Letter to Sir H. 
Sloane, [729-]. 4075, f. 21. 
Conke (Mster Wylliam of), "a Duch 
/eche." v. Conchis (Gulielnus de). 
Connell (Henry). Letter to Sir H. 
Sloan% 1700. 4038, f. 74. 
Connell (Maurice), M.D. Letter to Sir 
H. Sloane, 1725. 4034» f. 360. 

Con_or (Bernard), Physician to the Ifing 
of Poland. Letters to Sir H. Sloaue, 
1695, 1698. 4036, f. 213; 4037 f. 109. 

Conny al. Cony (John), Nay Surgeon, 
of ltochester. Medieal journal during 
his voyages, 1648-1652. 2779. 
------- Diarium practicum, 1661-1665. 
2766,/}: 2-32. 
Lexicon microcosmicum medicum» 
17th cent. lmper]: 2773, ff. 3-65. 

Medical receipts, 17th cent. 
- Themes, 17th cent. Lot. 
t: 1-11. 

2780. 

2788, 

-- Letter to, from his son Robert, 
1(86. 2807, f. 1. 
Owned 3/SS. 2818 ; 2819. 
v. Couy. 
Conxty (Lewis). Letter to his father-in- 
law, J. Cony, n.d. 2251. f. 124. 

Connyers (Robert). 
MS. 565. 

Formerly owned 

Conrad, Archbisfiop of Mayence and 
Cardmol of Sa6ina. Letter to, from 
Archbishop Becket, [1167]. Copy, 14th 
cent. 1777, f. 26 b. 

Conraxi, Archbishop of I)rague. Practica 
alchemiea, 15th cent. 3457, ff. 168 b. 
Conrad (J--). Letter to, ri'cm C. S. 
Schurtzfleis, h, 1684. 2877, f. 20. 
Conradinus (Henniugius). v. Cun- 
radinus (Henuingius). 
Conring (Hermau). List of writers on 
politics with criticisms on them, 17th 
cent. Lat. 2870, ff. 165-173. 
•. List ofauthors ancient and moder», 
17th cent. 2870, ff. 174-217. 
Lectiones Lampidianoe, 1644. 318I, 
ff. 1-230. 
Discursus de republica Germanica, 
17th cent. 3181, ff. 231-246. 
. Commentarius chronologicus de 
universoe eruditionis propagatione, etc., 

3181, ff. 247-298. 
C. Schroedter, 

17th cent. 
--Letter to 
Lat. 2876, f. 48. 
Conset (Thomas), 
Factory at St. Petersburg. 
and grammar, 1732. tuss. 
3845. 

1669. 

Chapl, tin to the British 
Copy-book 
and Lat. 

Constable 
staS[. Letter 
4034, f. 358. 
Constable (E). 
VIII., MS. 2683. 

to Sir H. Sloane, 

(Cuthbert), of B,«rton Con- 
1738. 

Owned, teinT. Hem 

Constable (John), Physiciun to the Gcacd 

Du/,e of Tuscany. Letters to Sir H. 
Sloane, 1700, 1705. 4038, f. 51 ; 4040, 
f. 24. 
Letter to J. Petiver, 170.. 3321, 
f. 188. 

Constable (Marmaduke), of NorM CI, ff, 
co. Yorh. Owned, in 1518, MS. 209. 

Constable (Philip), of Hou:lh. Heraldic 
collections, 1653-1656. 1429. 
Constant de :Rebeeque (Jacques), of 
L«usanne. Letters to M. de Chartereux 
[J. Petiver], 1713. Zat. 3322, ff. 20, 22. 
Letter to J. Petiver, 1713. Copy. 
3339, t. 14. 
Constantinople. Journal of voyage 
to, ri-cm Smyrna and back, 1682. 2720, 
ff: 17-26 b ; 3945, ff. 23-42 ; 3985, ff. 
21-37 60-80. 
-- Account of, 17th cent. 1950, 
ff. 2-4. 



INDEX. 

Constantinople, K, nlerors of, (con- 
tinued). Metrica list of, from 802 to 1453, 
17th cent. Germ. 2144,ff. 150, 183 b. 
-- - Constantine "Porphyro- 
genetes," Empe or of the East. Narratio 
de Venetiis con,litis, ex ejus libro " De 
administrando Imperio, cap. 28," 17th 
cent. 2546, ff. 6-8. 
-- » - John VIII. Receipt of the 
water that restored his sight al the 
Council «,f Ferrara, 143. Copy, 1579. 
2551, f. 41. 
Constantinus Africanus, Csslnensis 
J[onaçAus. Lîber Pantegni, 14th cent. 
3098. 
-- - Viaticum, 13th-14th centt. 1610, 
4-43 ; 24°.0, ff: 

ff: 124-185 ; 1615, ff. 
3-119 ; 3096, ff. 1-69. 
De melancholia, 
3525, ff. 244 b-246. 

13th cent. 

Conway (Edward), 2,u/ Viscomt Cont,'ay 
and Içilulta. Letter to Sir T. Fairfax, 
1645. 1519, f. 91. 
Conway (Edward). Earl of Conway. 
Correspondence with Lord Carlisle, 1681, 
1682. 2724, ff. 111, 113, 184. 
Letter to Lord lIorpeth, 1681. 
2724, f. 111. 
Conway (Willian), JLD., of Caen, in 
zVormandy. Medical commonplace book, 
1591. 1753. 
Cony (John). Letter to ff'oto his son-in- 
law L. Conny, n.d. 2251, f. 124. 
Cony al. Conny (Robert), 2LD., of 
Rochester. Letters to his father, 1686, 
and n.d. 2807, t. 1; 2816. 
, Formerly owned MSS. 2773; 2778- 
2782 ; 2784 ; 2791; 2792 ; 2807-2809 ; 
2812 ; 2814-2816 ; 2818. 

-------- De differentia inter animam et v. Conny. 
spiritum liber a Johanne Hispaniensi Conyers (John), Apothecm T of Londo. 
translatus, 13th cent. 254, ff. 82-84. Copy of Rev. F. Fletcher's narrative of 

- Isaaci de urinis versio Latina, I3th 
cent. £mperf. 348, ff. 5-18 b. 
-------lsaaci ,le febribus et de urinis 
versio Latina, 14th cent. 1610, ff. 188- 
267. 
De morborum cognitione et cura- 
tione, 14th cent. [,n,oerf. 371, ff. 1-72 b. 
-------De virtutibus simplicium medi- 
cinarum, 14th cent. 3468, ff. 125-136. 
Practica de iafirmitatibus corporis 
humani, 15th cent. 282, ff. 125-155. 
v. Isaac Judoeus. 
Contarini (31arco), lénetht, A,,tbassadr 
to R«ssia. Relatione di Moscovia et 
Tartaria, n.d. Copy, 18th cent. 1826, 
ff. 82-88. 
Conti (--), of Bre«i«. Consilium 
medicum pro, 17th cent. 2253, f. 249. 
Convocation, Honses off Proceedings 
of, 158ï. 1710, ff. 104-107. 
Conway (Edward), Baron Conway, 1st 
Viscmtnt Conway and Kil,tlta ; Secretary 
of State. Letter to, from the Lord 
Deputy and Council of lreland, 1625. 
3827, £ 48. 
-- -- Letter to the Lord 
Council of Ireland, 1626. 

» - Correspondence with 

Deputy and 
3827, £ 89. 
Lord Bristol, 

1626. Copy. 1710, ff: 287, 287 b. 
- Auswer of, to Lord Bristol's articles 
against him, 1626. Copy. 1710, ff. 291, 
292. 
Reasons for sealiag a letter sigued 
by Charles I., 1627. 3827, £ 107. 
MS. 1783, ff. 7-16 was dedicated 
to him, when Secretarv of State. 

the first 
voyage in 
cent. 61. 
- The natural 
stone, 17th cent. 

part of Sir F. Drake's second 
1577 round the vorhl, 17th 

history of the Ioad- 
852, ff. 28-39 b. 

Several medicines and prescri],tions 
of physicians collected by, 1650. 952. 

3Ieteorological 
1673-17 Aug. 1680. 
919 ; 937. 
- Observations 

journa|s, 17 Dec. 
816 ; 839 ; 916 ; 

and experiments, 

chiefly meteorological, 1675-1690. 958, 
ff: 111-139. 
--- - Account of Roman ,rns and other 
antiquities round in 1675-1677 in digging 
the foundation of new St. l'nul's, with 
drawings. 958, ff. 105-109 b. 
Essence l)repared by, to make 
artificial Tunbridge water, 1679. 958, 
£2. 
Petition for admission intt, the 
Charterhouse, n.d. 2031, f. 41. 
R. 

Correspondence with 
1689. 2031, ff: 36, 39. 

Slater, 

Cook (), Lady. Letter to, ff'oto Sir 
H. Sloane, 1702. 4068, f. 3. 

Cook (Adam). Accouut of his sweating 
bath in Newgate Market, 1682. 378, 
f. 98. 

Cook (Francis), of Kingsthorpe, co. 2Vorth- 
ants. 3ledical prescription for his wife, 
by Dr. J. 3Ietford, 1655. Lat. 2812, 
f. 78b. 

Conyers (John), Barcister. Letters to 
Sir H. Sloane, 1699, 1701. 4075, ff. 
23-2.% 



122 

INDEX. 

Cook (John), M.D., of Leiyh, co. Essex. 
Letters to Sir H. Sloane, 1730-1732. 
4051, ff. 31, 76, 95; 4052, f. 218. 
Cook (Roger), of tlou#ham, co. Suif. 
Letter to Sir H. Sloane, n. d. 4075, f. 32. 
Cooke (Benjamin), of Newport, [sle of 
Wht. Account of ancient weapons 
found on Arreton Down, 1737. 4055, 
f. 98. 

Letter to Sir H. Sloane, 173â. 
4054, f. 201. 

Cooke (Edmond), Cal,tain. Voyage of, 
round S. Amerî«a, 1680-1681. 2752, 
ff. 36-7 I. 

Cooke (George), of the Inncr Temple. 
. LettertoSir H.Sloane172. 4046,f. 179. 
Cooke (John), Glazier. Horoscope, 1 
2282. f. 30. 

Cooke (John), LD., of Bristol. Letter 
to Si,. H. Sloane, r- 4075, f. 29. 
Cooke (Thomas), commoal!! lnown as 
Hesiod Cooke. Letters to Sir H. Sloane, 
17-1743. 4050, f. 265; 4051, ff. 49, 
111,215; 4052, ff. 76, 78, 79, 85; 4053, 
ff. 79, 83, 351, 352, 3137 ; 4054, f. 34; 
4055, f. 29; 4057, f. 210. 
Cooko (Wil[iam). Letter to Dr. T. 
Browne, n.d. 1911-1913 f. 113. 
Cookery. Collections of receipts in 
cookery and confectionery, 15th cent. 
7, ff: 93 b-III b ; 121, f. 86 b et p«ssim ; 
122, ff. 95 b-106 b; 442, ff. 6-25 b; 
468, ff. 81 b-92; 1108 ; 1201 ;16th 
cent. 234, B.; 562, ff. 1-7 b; 694, ff. 
51 b-60 b ; 1137 ; 3490, A. ff: 2-39 b, 
48-88, passim;17th cent. 154, ff. 
9-23 ; 291, p,,ssim ; 1138 ; 2625 ; 3683, 
ff. 2-18 ; 3717 ; 3897, ff. 98-103b ; 
3949, ff. 137-152 ;--1602. 164, ff. 8-39b ; 
--168. 3658 ;--18th cent. 262, ff. 88- 
98, passim. 
"Tractus Curie," 15th cent. l"mperf. 
374, f. 86 b-91 b. 
Courses of dishes for the " knygt- 
hys tabylle and for the kyngges tabylle," 
15th cent. 442, f. 3. 
- A boke of syrropes, etc., 16th cent. 
694, ff. 1-37 b. 
"Especi,ll notes of confectionarie," 
17th cent. 997, ff. 141-149 b. 
Receipts to make cheesecakes 17th 
cent. 

Cookmere. 

857, L 199. 
v. Gullyford (Hester). 
Moult (Daniel). 
v. Cuckmere Haven, co. Su.ss. 

Cooley (Dudley), of Glasgow. 
1677, MS. 1323. 

Owned, in 

Cooper Mr. 
Surgeon. 

v. Cowper (William), 

Cooper (Anthony. Ashley), 1st Farl of 
Shafteslmry ; Lor Chancellor. Horoscope, 

1621. 

38. 

2282, £ 13. 
Case before the King's Bench, 1677 

Speech, 1681. 3251, ff. 9-11 
Letter to, ri'oto  Bland, 1680. 
3512, f. 283. 
Animadver.ions on the information 
of Capt. H. Wiikinson of what passed 
betwixt him and others who attempted 
to 1,revail with him to swear High 
Treason against, [1681]. 3371, ff. 24- 
35 b. 

Cooper (Benjamin), tegiztrar of Oxfo, d 
Univcrsity. Certificate of Dr. Downes' 
admission in 1661 to the degree of M.D. 
1682. 203 f. 148. 
Cooper (George), broth«r of Anthony» 1st 
lçarl of Shoftesbury. Scheme of his 
nativiry, by'Dr. F. Bernard, 17th cent. 
1707, f. 27 b. 
Coopor (Richard), M.A., qf . M«ry 
tl«ll, Oford. Formerly owned MS. 
2521. 

Cooper (Robert). 
796. 

Formerly owned MS. 

Cooper (Thomas), of Magdalen Po!l. 
Oxford, afte'w. Bislwp of Lincoln and 
HTnchester. Gratulatio de adventu 
Reginoe Elizabethoe in oedes Comitis 
Leicestioe, 1566. 2987, ff. 32-36. 

Cooper (Thomas). Letter to Sir H. 
Sloane, 1724. 4047. f. 228. 

Cooper (Wiiliam), 1,'ooksel'er, of Zondon. 
Museum l%'itannicum Hi.-toriale, 1676. 
743. 
Cooper (William). 
fr«m the printed 
librm-y, by J. Hooke, 
ff. 1-51. 

Catalogue of books 
catalogue of his 
1676. Lat. 3452, 

Coote (--), Earl of Montrath. Letter 
to Sir H. Sloaue, n.d. 4058, f. 176. 

Coote (Charles), 3rd Earl of Montc«th. 
Report on opening his body, by Sir H. 
Sloane, 1709. 4078, f. 154. 

Coote (Henry), «fterw. 
trath. Letter fo Sir 
4058, f. 177. 

5th Earl of Moa- 
H. Sloane, n. d. 

Cope (Jonathau), Armiger; of 
ants. Medical prescriptions 
J. Metford» 1652, 1655. 
ff. 44 b, 67 b. 

c,o. aYorth- 
for by Dr. 
Lat. 812, 



INDEX. 

123 

Copeland (Thomas). Commonplace book, 
1654. 719. 
_ __ « The first booke of diseases, the 
second of receipts," 1648-1668. 1483. 
Medical collections, 1649. Lat. 
and Engl. 1495. 
Copenhagen, in Denma,'l. Decrees of 
Chri.tian IV. relative fo the medical 
faculty in the Univerity, 1619-1639. 
DaMzh. 3000, ff. 101-103. 
Col)hO. Theorica, 14th cent. 2426, ff. 1- 
97, 121 b, 122. 
- De modo medendi, 14th cent. 
2426, ff. 98-121 ; 3012, ff. 168-174. 
Copley (Gertrude), 2,,d wife of Sir G. 
Cople9, 2nd Bart. 
Sloane, n. d. 
Copley (Sir 
,qprotborou.lh. 
1694-1707, and n.d. 4036, ff. 177, 188, 
203, 205, 268 ; 4037, f. 339; 403, ff. 
95, 115 ; 4040, ff. 73, 225 ; 4041, f. 12 ; 
4058, ff. 178 180. 
Copping (John), Dean of Clogher. Let- 
ers to Sir H. Sloane, 173-1742. 1968, 
f. 83; 4055, ff. 271,293-295, 334-338 b ; 

Letters to Sir H. 
4058, ff. 181, 183. 
Godfrey), 2nd B, wt., of 
Letters to Sir H. Sloane, 

4056, ff. 39, 233, 298; 4057, ff. 67, 107, 
159. 
- Letter to Rev.-----Gough» 1737. 
4066, f. 105. 
Letter to, ri'oto Sir H. Sloane, n. d. 
4069, f. 144. " 
----Copy by of addresses from the 
Corporation of London to George lI. 
and tac R,,yal Family on the marriage 
of the Prince of ales, [1736]. Autogr. 
4054, f. 233. 
COl)tic Lnguge. Alphabet, 15th 
cent. 3548, f. 23. 
Copus (Martinus). Ariophoni Cephali 
Mercurius triumphans, 17th cent. :738, 
ff. 1 b-5. 

Coquibacoa. v. Chichibacoa. 

Coquàmbo, Bay of, in CI, iii, S. America. 
Map of, 1681. 3820, f. 74. 

Coram (Thomas), Founder of the Found- 
ling tlospit, d. Letter to Sir H. Sloane, 
1741. 4057, f. 80. 

Corbet (Richard), Bishop of Oxford (1628) 
and Yor,,ich (1632). Short pieces in 
verse, 17th cent. 542, ff. 13, 17, 29 b, 
49b, 54, 59; 826, f. 152; 1446, ff. 2 
'3 b, 11-14, 5lb(?), 53(?), 53b, 54, 
76b(); 1479, f. 47; 1792, f. 12b 
13, 26, 28-38» 42, 44 b, 47 b-52 b, 60, 
60b, 62, 65--66 68, 70 b-73b, 76b, 
127 b. 

Corbet (Robert), Ambassador to the Low 
Count»ies. Instructions to, 1575. 2442, 
ff. 81-84. 

Corbett(Benjamin). Letter to J. Peti- 
ver, 1701. 4063, f. 12_'. 
Corbett (Bromfeil,l). blemorial of ob- 
servations by, in Jamaica, 167î---1673. 
4020, f. 22. 
Corbett (Henry), M.D., of Yorl. Articles 
in support of the faculty, signed by, 
169. Lat. 1393, L 17. 
Corbett (John), M.D., of Zincoln. Let- 
ter to »ir H. filoane, 172. 4075, f. 33. 
Corbett (Letice). Reeeipts 1t)50. 2486, 
ff. 10 b-69. 
Corbett (.Mlles), Rcgicide. Letter fo Sir 
T. Fairlax, 1645. 1519 f. 110. 
Anagrammatic verses on, 17th cent. 
1983 B. f. 24. 

Corbett (Thomas), 
to Dr. Duke, 1611. 
Corbett (Thomas), 
Ofl/,'e. Letter to 
4057, f. 23. 
Corbinelly (---- de). 

of Stan,,'ay. Letter 
473, ff. 155, 182. 

of the Admiralty 
Sir H. Sloane, 1741. 

"Letre it, des 
chanps Eises par l'ombre du 3larquis 
de Vardes," 17th cent. 2885, ff. ll-26. 
Corby (Authony), of Str, oud. Receipts, 
17th cent. 2818, ff: 35 b-87. 
Corbye, Emffly of. Pedigree, 17th cent. 
1429, f. 4.'2. 
Cordell (E). Letter to Dr. S. Wall, 
n.d. 1731, A. f. 84. 
Corderoy (James), of tlenle!t in Ardcn, 
co. Ila,-w. Mete,rological almanac for 
the year 1701. 2280, f. 1. 
Cordingley (Stephen), of North Bierley, 
co. I orlt. Sale o laud, 1590. 339, f. 1. 
Cordo (Simou à), Genuensis. Synouima, 
per M. de Foro .lulii abbreviata, 1469. 
o.) ff. 5-136 b. 
------- Clavis sanationis, 15th cent. Ex- 
tracts. 4015, ]5. ff. 1-46. 
Servitoris liber de simplicibus 
medicinis translatus a, 15th cent. 274, 
ff: 81-95 b. 

1736. 

Cordonnier de Saint Hyacinthe 
(Hyacinthe), called also Thdmiseuil de 
Saint Hyacinthe. Letter to Sir H. 
Sloane, 1736. Ff. 4054, f. 229. 
Letter to Dr. J. G. Scheuchzer, 
n.d. Ff. 4067, f. 128. 
Letter to, from Sir 
Fo. 4068, £ 294. 

H. Sloaue, 

Cordova (Maria de), of Mala:.la. Letter 
fo her uncle, 1676. ,b't)an. 1087, f. 96. 



124 

INDEX. 

Cordus (Valerius). Uses and virtues of 
compound medicines, 17th cent.. 1666. 

Corea, in Asî«. Chart of, by Capt. J. 
Kempthorne, 1688. 3665, ff. 64 b, 65. 

Corn. Summarium a,l emptionem fru- 
menti, /5tb cent. Imperf. 683, f. 38. 

Cornacchinius (Marcus Antonius), 
l]Iedicinae Pisanus l'rofessor. Methodus 
curandi, 1629. 2559, ff. 77-90. 

Cornard, Great, Manor, co. S,:ff. 
Supervisio per R. Agas, 1592. 3664. 

Cornaro (F--). Letters to Sir H. 
_ 
Sloane, 170.. Ff. 4041, ff: 152, _60. 

Cornbury, 17scounts. v. Ilyde. 

Cornee (Johannes Claudius). Notoe ex, 
de nutritione foetus in utero, 17th cent.. 
3391, ff. 23 b-73 b (reversed). 

Cornelis (Arent). Camen satyricum 
in, per P. H., 1589. 2764, £ 151. 

Cornelius (--). Petition in Chancery 
in his case, 1659. 2717, f. 1. 

Cornelius, C«nturion. Actus et con- 
summatio, per G. Postellum, 18th cent. 
1411 or 2957, ff. 267-270. 

Corneto (Adriano da), Cardinal. v. Cas- 
tellensis (Hadrianus), Cardinal Bihop of 
Bath. 

Corney (Rev. ). 3Iedical prescrip- 
tion for, by Dr. J. 5letford, 1655. Lat. 
2812, f. 75 b. 

Corney (Katharine), of co. ¥orthants. 
Medical prescription for, by Dr. J. :Met- 
ibrd, 1652. Lat. 2812, f. 34 b. 

Cornwall, County of. Description of a 
natural history collection ruade in, 18th 
cent. 4019, f. 130. 
Description of a ball of fish bones 
round on the coast of, 1712. 1968, f. 206. 

Cornwall, Dtchy of. History of, fi-om 
the Tower records, by Sir J. Doddridge, 
17th ce,t. 3081 ; 3479, ff. 10-58. 
Fees to officers in, temp. Jas I. 
1520, £ 14 b. 

Cornwallis (Si; Charles). Extract fi'om 
his " Life and Death of Henry, Prince of 
Wales," 1626. 3104. 

Cornwallis (Sir Thomas), 
to Scotland. Instructions 
24-t2, f. 138. 

Commissioner 
to, [1553.J 

Coronel (Luis Felipe), of Granada. 
respondence with R. de Vera, 
,qpan. 1087, ff. 94, 95. 

Coronelli (Padre Vineenzo Maria), Ex- 
General of the Order of Fria,'s Miw,'. 
Rimedj per ripparare i malidel Danubio, 
18th cent. 3603. 

Corradinus (Andreas), Physicîan. Con- 
silium medicum, 17th cent. 2253, f. 
286 b. 
Correa (Manoel). Centuria secunda 
el»istolarum , 1600, 1601. Hologr. 902. 
Corsby (John). Letter to, from P. Nis- 
bet, 1737. 3944, f. 41. 
Corsellis (Nicolas), llerchant, of London. 
Epitaph in Layer-Maraey church, 
Essex, 17th cent. 1044, f. 282. 
Corthoevius (Theodoricus), of Anttcerp. 
Selection by, of adages and seffi,tences ri'oto 
Erasmus, 1530. 1593,f.4; 1638,ff. 1-49. 
Corvi (Giovanni de'). Formerly owned 
MS. 2512. 

Cosentinus (A-- T). v. Thylesius 
(Antonius), Consentinus. 
Cosenza, in Ital!l. Letter from the 
Abbat of St. Paul af, to the Prince of 
Bisignano, 17th cent. It«l. 2764, f. 106. 
Cosin (John), Bishop of D«rham. Note 
of his birth, 1594. 1708, f 109. 
Letters to J. Browne and auother, 
1614. Lat. 3562, ff. 102, 103. 
Cosmetics. Quoedam de arte cosmetica, 
17th cent. 1892, f. 76. 

Cosmo III., Grand Duke of Tuscany. 
v. Tuscany, Grand Dukcs of. 
Cosmography. Treatise on, 17th cent. 
Ff. 2753, ff. 62-72 b. 
Cosnac (Daniel de), Eishop of Valence, 
and of 1)ie, aft«rw. Archbishop of Aix. 
Harangue par, à Louis XIV., 1685. 
1709, ff. 117-119. 
Costa (Gaspar à), Aulaz l?egice Luitaaiaz 
Proeses. Letters to, from M. Correa, 
1601. Lat. 902, ff. 33, 38. 
Costa (Jo5o da), Bispo, e Governad,»" de 
Sancta Cruz de Coimbra. Livro de Cit- 
raria, 1.6th cent. 821, ff. 1-45. 
Coste and Co., Messrs. Letter to Sir 
H. Sloane. Ff. 4058, f. 184. 
Costes (Gauthier de), Seigneur de la 
Call»'enèdc. Extracts from Sir C. Cot- 
terell's translation of his romance of 
Cassandra, 17th cent. 457. 
CostRmes. Della varietà et usanza de' 
vestiti di Nro. Sigre. et de Sigri. Car- 
dinali per tutto l'anno, 17th cent. 726. 
Cot. (K--), Mrs. Verses to, by J. C., 
1589, 1590. 198, f. 64b, 65b. 



INDEX. 125 

Cotes (John), J[.D. Report by, of Lord 
Carmarthen's case, 1721. 4076, f. 148. 

Cotesworth (C--), Physicien to St. 
£homas' H.,spital, Londoa. Letters to 
Sir H. Sloane, 1728, and n. d. 4050, 
f. 13; 4058, f. 186. 

Cottee (----), $LD. Medicines for E. 
Balgay, 1606. 1592, f. 8. 

Cotterell (Sir Charles), J[aster of thc 
Ceremonies fo Charles 1. and 1L Ex- 
tracts ri'mn his translation of G. de 
 ostes romance of Cassandra, 17th cent. 
457. 

Cotterell (S,'r Charles Lodowick), 2Iaster 
of t/te Ceremonies to Willi«m III. and 
Qu. Arme. MS. 3610 was l,urchased at 
his sale, 15 Jan., 171011]. 

Cottingham Abbey, co. 'or/:. 
graviug ¢,f the seal, 18th cent. 
f. 1 o 

En- 
3424, 

Cottington (George). Letter to Sir J. 
Finet, 1628. (bpy. 3827, f. 124 

Cotton, Famiy of. Notes of, in Land- 
wade chul'ch, 16th cent. 1301, f. 124. 

Cotton (Bartholomoeus de), Monachus 
Norwicensis. Annales Norwicenses, 17th 
cent. Excerpts. 1846 ff. 108-117, 
138-144. 

Cotton (Charles), Scn. Letters to Dr. 
Binns, «irc. 165.% 153, ff. 247, 247 b. 

Cotton (George). 
1669. 203, f. 11. 
Cotton (Joh). 
706. 

Letter to Dr. Downes, 

Fo-merly owued MS. 

Cotton (3lary). 
375. 

Formerly owned 

Cotton (Philip), of Connington ; 4th son 
of Sri. Thomas Cotton, 2nd Bart. Note 
of his hirth, 1648. 1708, f. 108. 

Cotton (Philip), brother of Sir Robert 
Ctton, of Hatley St. Georgc, co. Ca»Lb,'. 
Letter fo Dr. Plukenett, with draft of 
answer, n.d. 4066, ff. 301,302. 

Cotton 

(Sir Richard). .Instructions to, 
as Commissioner to Guisnes and Calais, 
[1551]. 2442, f. 68. 
Instructions to, as Commissioner 
to Calais, [1552.] 2442, ff. 24-26. 

Cotton 

(Si»" Robert). Observations on 
restraining Netherland merchants from 
exporting English beer, 1606. 1710, 
f. 140. 

. l.ife of Henry III., 1614. 1709, 
ff. 23-3¢ ; 3073, ff. 3._',-49 ; 3561. 

Cotton 

(57r Robert) (conthued). 
danger wherein the Kingdom 
standeth and the remedy, 162. 
826, ff: 34--37 b ; 
ff. 98-104. 

The 
now 
757 ; 
1455, ff. 16-19 ; 2531, 

Discourse on foreigu war, 17th 
cent. Imperf. 3073, ff. 1--37. 
Geographical description of the 
world and topography of Great Britain, 
written with his assistance, 1625-1628. 
241, ff. 2-78 b. 
- Bill of the Star Chamber against, 
[1630]. 1199, f. 103; 1200, f. 77. 
Prumise to assist C. Morley in his 
literary undertakings, 17th cent. 1466, 
f.l. 

------ Preseuted, in 1606, MS. 2423 
Nic. Fabritius de Petrisco. 

to 

Cotton (Robert). Letters to Sir 
Sloaue, 1694. 4036, ff. lS0, 182. 

Cotton (Thomas). Arraignment for high 
treflson, 1582. 1132, ff: 1-13. 

Cotton (Thomas), of Northampton. 
Medical prescription for, by Dr. J. 
Metford, 1655. Lat. 2812, f. 83 b. 

Cotton (Thomas). Letter to Sir 
Sloane, n.d. 405% f. 

Cottrell (Si». C|ement), M,ster of the 
Cere»nonies; V.P.S.A. Letter to .ir 
H. loane, n.d. 4058, f. 189. 

Cottrill (Jeyemy), sold]er at Tangier. 
Charge agamst, of assaulting W. Gor- 
mugan, circ. 1669. 3514, f. 16. 

Coukebacker (Nicolaes), President qf 
the D, tch Facto, y af Firando. Journal, 
1633-1639. D,tch. Impcrf . extracts. 
2910, ff. 267-274. 
Coulston (Jonathan), ttusbawlnan, of co. 
York. Case of somnambulism, lth cent. 
4034, f. 36. 
Councils. Ou general coua,:il.% 17th 
cent.. 1756, ff. 105-114 b. 
Articuli octodecim cujusdam con- 
cilii, 15th cent. [mperf. 620, ff. 42- 
57b. 
v. Chalcedon, Council of. 
Courbière (----- de). Letter to G. 
Bonnivert, 1676. Ff. 1009, f. 139. 

Courcelles, ,Sieur 
(Louis de). 

de. v. Monteclerc 

Courcy (John), 2[ D., of Pembroke. 
tel- to Dr. t2. Bernard, 1700. 
L 155. 

Courland, Dukes qf. 
Charles I1., [1669.] 

James. Letter t« 
Lt. 1519, f. 22:',. 



126 

INDEX. 

Cournll (Oliver). Formerly owned MS. 
393. 
Courton, Fami'y of. Papers relating to, 
17th cent. 3515, ff. 1-52. 
Cotu'tn, «l. Char]eton (William), of 
the Middle Temple. Papers relating to 
medals, engravings, etc., 17th cent. 3961. 
I, etters and papers relating to 
natural history and vertu, 17th cent. 
3962. 
- Notes of productions and antiqui- 
ties of Great Britain, 1663. 3987, ff. 1- 
72. 

1663. 

Observations on natural history, 
3987, ff. 73-99. 
Papers relating to his collections, 

Extracts from Archbishop Tillot- 
son's serinons, 17th cent. Autogr. 
4023, ff. 31- 83. 
Receipts for preserving natural 
productions, 17th cent. Autogr. 3997. 
Advis médicinal pour, par Dr. C. 
Spon, 1675. 4034, L 97. 
Acquittances to Lord Coleraine's 
agent, 16:4, 1695. 3961, f. 102 ; 3962, 
ff. 239, 253. 
Letters to J. Locke, 1687. 3962, 
ff. 227, 230. 
Correspondenc with Lord Cole- 
faine, 1688-1701. 3962, ff. 54, 225, 
231-281. 

17th cent. 3988. 

Letters to Sir H. Sloaae, 1688, 
4036, ff. 39, 82, 89. 
Letter to ----- Sherwood, 1691. 

1690. 

to, from C. Salwey, 1684. 

3961, f. 4. 
- Letter 

J. Bobert, 1690. 

3962, f. 191. 
Letter to, h'om 
3962, f. 224. 
Letters to, from 

E. Lhwyd, 1690, 
and n. d. 4062, f. 234 ; 4067, ff: 25, 29. 
Letter fo, from W. herard, 1690. 
4062, f. 2.8. 
Letter fo, from J. Evelyn, 1695. 
3962, f. 282. 
Letter to, from I). Krieg, 1699. 
3328, i: 67. 
Leter to, from .l. Pitton de 
Tournefort, 1699. Ff. 4062, f. 317. 
- Lutter to, from A. Motel1, 1699. 
Ff. 4062, f. 321. 
• Letter to, from T. Poyntingdon, 
1701. 3324. f. 348-354. 

H. Moze, n. d. 

addresses of his 
2944. 

Letter to, from 
Ff. 4067, L 62. 
- .Xemoranda of 
correspondents 1697. 

Courten, al. Charleton (William), of 
the M,.«dle Temple (cont,nued). Key to 
his cipher, 18th cent. 4019, f. 79. 

Courtenay, Earls of .De,n. 
16th cent. 1301, L 354b. 

Pedigree, 

Courten»y (E, lward), 1st Earl of Deton. 
MS. 261 was dedi,'ated to him as "Enfle 
of Devonshier " by W. Stevias. 
Cousens, Dr., l';picopus Duael,ncnsis. 
v. Cosin (John), Btshop of Durham. 
Covel (John), Master o/ Ch,'ist's Collcgc, 
C,mbridge. Botanical extracts from his 
MSS. by J. Petiver, 18th cent. 3340, 
ff. 325-329. 
Description and figures by, of 
plants in Turkey, 17th cent. 4003, 

ff. 2-7. 
Letters 
4063, f. 194 ; 
Letters 
1716. 

to J. Petiver, 1703, 1717. 
4065, f. 281. 
to Sir [1. Sl,,ane, 170, 
4140, f. 106; 4044, f. 255. 
Owned, in 1657, MS. 3319. 

Coventry (Arme), 2,,d wifc of Gilbert, 
4th E«rl of Covent,'y. Letters to Sir H. 
Sloanc, 1718, 1737. 4045, f, 141; 4055, 
f. 99. 

Coventry (Henry), a]terw. Secretary of 
St«tc. Bond with Drs. Bynnes and 
Colston, 1643. 118, f. 79. 
Letter to the Merchant Taylors' 
Company, 1678. Copy. 3958, f. 11. 
Covontry (Thomas), 1st Baron Coventry, 
L'c, pcr of the Great Scol. Observations 
ou his life and death, 17th cent. 3075. 
-. Letters to, fi'om the University of 
Cambri,lge, 161.ï, 16{}. Lat. 1710, 
f. 178 ; 3562, f. 87 b. 
Privy Councii letters signed by, 
162, 1626. 3827, ff. 71, 91. 
Cocrespondence with Lord Bristol, 
1626, 1636. Copies. 1710. ff. 289 b, 290. 
Speech at opening Parliament, 
162. 826, f. 41; 1199, f. 66; 3299, 
f. 168. 
Speeches in the Star Chamber, 
1635-1638. 3933, ff. 5-14, 328. 
Ordinances by, for reforming the 
lmperf. 1874, 

Court of Chancery, 1635. 
ff. 18-20. 

Coventry (Si," William), 
of the Na,'y end of the T, e«sur,» 
by, on t he decay of rnta, circ. 
328, ff 205-210. 
. Letter to, from J. Luke, 
509, f. 39. 

Comrrdssioner 
Essay 
1670. 

1663. 



INDEX. 127 

Ooventry (William), 5t] 
tf.q. Ltters to Sir H. loaae, 17 
[736. 404.7, f. 325 ; 40.55, f. 30. 

Coward (James). 
1704-. 4064, f. 46. 
Coward (Wi|liam). 
.Moane, 1706, 1722. 
f. 281. 

Letter to J. Petiver, 

Letters to Sit H. 
4040, f. 171 ; 4046, 

Cowdrey, Family of. Arms, 16th cent. 
2401, f. 2 b. 
Cowell (John), LL.D., Master of Trinit 9 
Hall, ,nd |ïce Chmcellor, Cambrid9e. 
The lnterpreter, 17th cent. Extract. 
3111, f. 2. 
-------- Letter to, from Sir E. Coke, 1603. 
3562, f. 21 b. 
Cowley (Abraham), Poct. Royal letter 
fo Tri,,ity College, Cambridge, that they 
permit him to hold his fellow.,hip for the 
next sêven years without taking orders, 
circ. 1660. 856, f. 32. 
-------Extracs from his works bï W. 
Charleton, 17th cent. 3962, f. 57. 
Epital,h in Westminster Abbey, 
|ate 17th cent. Lat. 1030, f. 59 b. 
• - Owned, in 17th cent., MS. 509. 

Cowley (William Ambrosia), M,,r/ner. 
Journal o! a v»yage round the world, 
1,83-1686. Two copies. 54 ; 1050. 
---Charts and descriptions of the 
Galapagos isles and of' Pepys' lsland, 
1687. 45, ff. 37-69. 

Cowly (Bartholomew), Merchant, of 
Lit.rpooL Letter to his father-in-law, 
A. Du,lley, 169.ï. 4062, f. 265. 

Cown d2i]la. v. Cola St. Aldwins, 
co. Glouc. 

Cowper 

(William), Sur.aeon, F.R.S. 
bIedical and botanical collections and 
letters, 181. 3408. 
Su gica| operations, with drawiugs, 
17th cent. 3409. 
- . Report on the body of Miss Hemp- 
son, 18th cent. 407, f. 92. 
Rel,,,rt on Mrs. Atkins' body, 1705. 
4078, f. 307. 
Discourse ou the conteuts of a 
sheep's kidney, 18th cnt. 3323, f. 117. 
 On osiiîcation of the coats of 
arteries, 18th cent. 3323, ff. 191-194. 
- Letem o Sir Il. 5loane, 170, 
1703, an.! n.d. 4039, ff. 63, 111 118, 
li9; 4058, ff. 189-195 b. 
- Letter to, frora R. Calep, with 
Cowpe's holo9raph remarks thereon, 
1707. 4075, L 35. 

attendance at divine service and 
marriage according to the Church 
England 1682. 203, f. 145. 

Cox (James), of Lonàon. Letters to Sir 
11. Sloane, 173!, 173:. 4053, f. 369 ; 
4055, f. 282. 
Cox (John). Journal of his travels înto 
the South sea% 1680-1681. 49. 
Cox (John), Rector of S apleford Abbots, 
co. Essex. Certificate of Dr. Downes' 
his 
of 

Cox (Neemiah), M.D , tI, m. F.R.C.P. 
|nstitutiones medicoe, auctore G. Need- 
haro, cure epi»tola dedicatoria ad, 17th 
cent. 656, f. 1. 
Coxe (Daniel), Physician. Letters to Sir 
H. Sloane, 1693, and n.d. 4036, f. 147 ; 
4058, C 198. 
Coxe (Thomas), 3LD. Medical prescrip- 
tions by, for ----- St. John, 17th cent. 
1833, f. 11. 
. - - -l'roposals to, h'om the Colege of 
9251, f. 1. 
dedicated to, by 

Physicians, 17th cent. 
- MS. 2014 was 
L. Du Moulin. 
Coxon (John), C,«ptain. Voyage of, trrom 
to Porto Bello, 1679. 275 ° 

Jamaica 
ff. 29-35. 
Voyage 
1680-1681. 

of, round S. 
2752 ff. 36-71. 

Anerica, 

122, 

1795 

Autograph in album, 1669. 
or 2597, f. 22. 

- De morbis cat,itis , 17th cent. 
186-217 b. 

Coxs (--). Letter fo, ri-oto N. Wal- 
lington, 1642. 922, f. 142. 
Coyet (Peter Julius), Eques 
Stoedhh Amb tssad.r to ihe lfailed Pro- 
rinces. Letter to, from Baron von 
l°ufndorf, 1660. Lat. 1563, £ 2. 
Coylangi (Èk). Medical advice to the 
Governor of_Malabar, 1689. Lat. 3063, 
i. 19-26. 
Coyney (Thomas), Ensiga. Letter to 
Lord I"alkland, 1626. 3827, f. 92. 
Cozen (Johannes). v. Cosin (John). 
Craanoll (Theodorus), Jle,iciuoe Pro- 
fessor in, Ac,cmi, t Lugduno-Batavorum. 
Praxis medica reformata, 17th cent. 1276. 
• - OEconomiœe anlmalis per principia 
mechanica explicatio, 17th cent. 218. 
Dictata in tractatum ejus «De 
homine," 17th cent. 1274; 1275. 
Praxis mdica desumpta ex, 17th 
cent. 3922, ff. 21-277. 
-------- Pharmaceuticae rationales in librum 
quintum 8ennerti de medieamentorum 
tcultatibus, 17th cent. 122, ff. 225--254. 



I28 

INDEX. 

Crabb (Symion), of Taruj;ef. Inventory 
of his goods, 1673. 3511, ff. 199-202. 

Crabtree (William), Ast,'onomer, of 
Brou thton near lanchester. Letters to 
W. Gascoigne, 1641. Copies. Imperf. 
4021, ff. 5i-62. 

Craddocke (Edward), Margaret Pra- 
fessor of Divinity, Oxford. Sermon at 
St. Mary's, Oxford, [1565-1594_]. 2987, 
ff. 73 b-76. - 

Cradock (----), Capt. 
for, by Dr. Turquet de 
Let. 1991, f. 229-234. 

Prescriptions 
Mayerne, 164. 

Cradock (Benjamin), 
Churchyrd, London. 
alchirnioe magisterium 
159. 479. 

of St. Paul" s 
Auriferœe artis 
et mysteriuln, 

Crafford (James). Letter 
Sloane, 1738. 4055, f. 311. 

fo ir H. 

Craig (John), Prebend«ry of Gilliagham. 
Letters to Sir H. Sloane, 1697, 170.. 
4036, f. 348; 4041» f. 126. 

Cramer (Johann Andreas), Mineralogist. 
Specificatio mineralium ejus, 18th cent. 
1968, f. 168. 

Cramer (Johann Elias), of [hrtau, in 
lVei»,zr. Letters to Sir H. Sloane, 1737. 
Germ. and Engl. 4055, ff. 53, 76-79 b. 

Cramerius (C--). Owned, in 
MS. 3123. " 

1588, 

Cramerus (Johannes Theodorus), of 
D,'esden. Autograph in album, 1692. 
2360, f. 64. 

Cranach. v. Kronach. 

Cranadge (Francis), qf Ibngier. Ac- 
compt of his debts, and assets, 1671. 
3511, ff. 41-43 b. 

Cranden House, co. 2Vorthants. Note 
of subjects carved in 1642, 1647 and 
1648 over the chimney pieces of the park 
lodge of, 17th cent. 648: f. 20. 

Crane (), of co. No,'thants. 
prescriptions for, by Dr. J. 
1652. Lat. 2812, f. 11. 

Medical 
3letford, 

Crane (John), Apothecary, of Ca»vbridge. 
3Iedi«l receipts, late 17th cent. 1087, 
f. 77b. 

Crantîeld (Lady Elizabeth), d«u. of 
James, 2wt Earl of Middlesex, end wife 
of John, 3rd Earl of Bridgwater. Novel 
founded on the fortunes of herself and 
ber husband, with a key, late 17th cent. 
Ff. 1009, ff. 360-365. 

Cranfleld (Lionel), Baron Cranfiebl, 
afterw. 1st Ea,'l of Middlesex. Letter, 
as Lord Treasurer, to Lord Faikland, 
1623. 3827, f. 33. 
Letter to, from the University of 
Cambridge, [1621J. Lat. 3562, f. 88. 
Crantzius (Albertus). v. Krantz. 
CrastrBm (O). Letterof thanks to J. 
Pragestus 1699. 1381, f. 84. 

Crato (Johannes). Quoedam 
cent. 2781, ff. 94--107. 

ex, 17th 

Craven (--). Bill for lodgings, etc., 
for Lord Carlisle, 1680. 2724, f. 67. 

Craven (Isaac), Fdlow of Trinity Coll«,.t , 
Camb,'id/e. Letter to Dr. E. Browne, 
n.d. 1911-19.13, f. 130. 

Craven (Thomas, of London. Horoscope, 
1702. 2607, f. 29 b. 

Craven (William), soldier al Tangier, 
Accompt of pay, 167. 3511, f. 74 b. 

Crawford (Henry), Almanac.Compile. 
Verses'to, by H. Coley, 1671. 2285, 
f. 175b. 

Crawfurd (D--), of Port Royal. Let- 
ters to J. Petiver, 1708, 1712. Orij. 
and copy. 3321, ff. 234, 235 b, o.79. 
Crawfurd (I»---). Letter to Irr. R. 
Gray, n.d. 3207, £ 39. 

Crawley (Si,. Francis). Justice of the 
Common Pleas. Argument on Hampden's 
case of shipmoney 1638. 3933, ff. 
185 b-192 b. 

Crawley (Thomas), of Odih,m, co. South- 
onts. Letters to Dr. R. Hooke, 16a2, 
1696, 1702. 1039, ff: 124, 126, 128. 

Orede (.). 

v. Creed (John). 
SecretJry to the 
Accompt with 

Creed (John), Taag'r 
Commission. Lord 
Middleton 1671. 3511, f. 7 b. 
Charges by, fo Lord Middleton, 
cire. 1675. 3512, f. 214. 

Articles against R. enhouse pre- 
sented by, 1676. 3512, f. 264. 
Letters to Lord 3Iiddleon, 167], 
167. 3511, ff: 10, 263. 
L»tter to, from J. Luke: 1664. 
3509, f. 71. 

Creed (D,-. William). l,egius Professor 
of Divinity at Oxford. Appointment to 
be Canon of Christ Church, 1661. 856, 
£6. 

Crehange, Seigneurie d'. r. Criechingen. 



INDEX. 

129 

Creichtoun (George), Chaplain to lord 
Ormor¢le's reginent. Account of what 
was donc by Lord Ormonde and the 
army under bis command, 164], near 
Ross, co. Wexford. 17th cent. I008 
ff. 89-97. 

Creighton (Ninian), of Houndsditch, 
Lonlon. Letters to Sir H. Sloane, 172, 
1729. 33°2, f. 126 ; 4050, f. 78. 

Creke (John), of Rickm,,ns'orth, co. 
Hertf. Letter to, flore his cousin, temp. 
Hen. Vlll. 2453, f. 14 b. 

Crel.le (Christopher), M.D., of Zondon. 
Bond with Drs. P. Guide, J. Greenfield 
and J. Peachey, 1687. 2655, f. 154. 
Rêlease to, from J. R. Brown, 
1687. 2655 f. 136. 
------- Conveyance of lease from, to Drs. 
P. Guide, J. Greeufield and J. Peachey 
1687. 2655 f. 157. 
- --- Agreement wlth Drs. P. Guide J. 
Greeufield and J. Peachey, 1688. 2655» 
t: 153. 
Cremona, in ltdy, l'rocessus alche- 
micus Episcopi de Cremona, n.d. G)py, 
1572. 3661 f. 230. 

Crempa (Gcebelius). çatalogue of books 
to be sold at his wi,low's house, 1721. 
2887, ff. 233254 b. 

Créquy de Blanchefort (Charles de), 
13uc de Crq,y. Satirical letter on the 
Peace of the Pyreuees to, from the 
Seigneur de St. Evremoud, [1659]. 
3813 ff. 2-6. 
Crescentiis (Petrus de), of Eologna. 
Opus ruralium «ommodorum 15th cent. 
258 ; 2945, ff. 10-208 ; 16th cent. 
Imper.f. 999, ff. 2-24 b. 
-- De cicuta, 15th cent. 35» f. 31. 

Cresset (Jacobus). Curatio ejus, a C. 
Dreliucurtio, 167. 1283, ff. 3-7 b. 

Cressy (Hugh Paulin, afterw. Serenus). 
Reve|alions of Divine Love in 1373 fo 
Mother Ju|]ana, Anchorete of Norwich; 
publ]shed by, 17th cent. 2499. 
Epitome of his Church History of 
Brttany, cirç. 1670. 266. 
CreveClUer, F«nily of. Ped]gree, 17th 
cent. 14_°9, f. 43. 

Crewe (John). Letter to Sir H. Sloane, 
173% 4055, f. 317. 

Crewes (Richard), Solàier af Tangier. 
Charges against him and Esther, his wife, 
by M. Rend, 1669-1672. 3514 ff. 3» 
b9, 82. 

Creyke (William). 
332. 

Former]r owne,t 

Crichton (John), M.D. Letter fo Sir 
H. Sloane, 1694. 4026, £ 428. 

Crichton (Robert), 6th I,'aron qarÇuh,o'. 
Charge at his tria! for murder, by Sir F. 
oo 
Bacon, 1612. 35 ff. 34 b-37. 

Crichton (Robert), Ptddic Or,,tor at 
Cambridgc ; ofterw. Bishol) of Bath and 
]V«lh'. Orationes et epistoloe 
1638. 3504. 

Crichton (Wil}iam), 1st E,,rl of Dum- 
fries. Letter to Lord Fairfax, 164. 
1519 L 43. 

Criechingen, ei:/nior./of. Pctition for 
its restitution by France to 
1555. Ff. 2103, f. 180. 

Crioll, Fa,nily of. 
43. 

Pedigree, 1655. 

Crisantus, S., M,,'tyr. 
15th cent. 1936, f. 48. 

Legenda ,le, 

Crisp (Si,. Nicholas), 1st 1;a,'t. 
to , on a scheme for 
copperas, 1648. °06, A. f. 89. 

Letter 
lnaking 

Crispe (Andrew). Letter to .I. Petiver, 
n.d. 4066, f. 303. 

Crispis (/Eiia Loelia). Monumental in- 
scription to, explained by Rev. F. Squire, 
17th cent. 4021 f. 129. 

Crispus (Pet,us). Compen,liu,n l,rime 
fen canonis Avicennoe, 1617. 3133, ff. 
412-435. 

" Critoy, Mo,s." ; Principal Secretar of 
France. Pretended letter to, from Sir 
F. Walsingham, [1578-1590]. 1775, ff. 
75-78. 

Croc, Du. v. Du Croc. 
Crochley (----), of Hart Sbvet, Blooms- 
bury, London. Letter fo, from C. Burton, 
1722. 4034, f. 275. 
Crocius (Ludovicus), Professo.r of Theo- 
logy at Cassel. Correspondence with 
J. Dury 1632-1639'. Lat. 654, ff. 'J0r 
91,102 104, 115, 117» 123, 155, 189. 

Crocker (WiIliam), of F«ro, in, Port,«gal» 
Letter to Col. Norwood, 1666. 3509 
f. 155. 

Croft (Robert). Letter to, from Fray J. 
Marcos, 1673. S29an. 3513, f. 97. 
Croft (Thomas), of Arew College, Oxf,#rd. 
Owued, in 167o, MS. 3779. 
Crofs (Domina-----), of Althorp, vo. 
zVorthans. 3Iedical prescription for, by 
Dr. J. Metford, 1652. :Lat. 281'2, f. 9 b. 

SLOANE INDEX. 



130 

INDEX. 

Crofts (Robert), of Algiers. Letter fo J. 
Wollaston, 1675. 3512 f. 201. 
Croke (Sir George), Justice of the Aïn,.]'s 
Bench. Argument on Hampden's case 
ofshipmoney, 1638. 3933, ff. 210 b-257. 

Croke (Henry), of Wadham College, 
Oxford ; younger son of Sir Rob. Croke, 
$£.P. Owned, in 1657, MS. 1322. 

Croke (Sir Robert), of Checl:ers, co. Bucks. 
WiII, 1679. 1731, A. L 116. 
Crollius (Oswaldus). Quoedam ex ejus 
Basilica Chemica cure notis J. Hart- 
manni, 17th cent. 1988, ff. 2-46 ; 311ë 
ff. 250-265. 
Quaedam ex, 17th cent. 3118 ff. 
375 b-399. 

Cromartie or Cromarty, Earl of. 
McKenzie (John). 

Crombot (Johannes), Curate of Samg. hin, 
la Melenthois [Le ;Melantois, near Lille, 
dioc. of Tournay]. Sententia inquisîtoria 
contra, 1550. 2764, ff. 84-86 b. 

Cromer (Walter), M.D., Physician to 
Henrg l'III. Receipts for plasters 
waters, ointments, etc., devised by, 16th 
cent. 1047. 

Cromertie, Earl of. v. McKenzie 
(George). 
Crompton (----), M.D., of Basingstoke, 
co. Souttants. Horoscope 1658. 2282, 
£ 25. 

Crompton (Hugh). Alchemical 
cesses, 17th cent. 3688, ff. 82. 
Crompton (Thomas). 
to the Cape of Good 
1704, ff\2-18. 

pi'o- 

Journal of voyage 
Hope, 1681-168. 

Cromwell (-----), Domina. Medical 
prescription for, at 25 years of age, 1640. 
46, f. 136 b. 
Cromwell (Elizabeth), wife of the Pro- 
têctor Oliver. Prescriptions for, C16533. 
L,t. 952, ff. 33 b, 96. 
Cromwell (Katharine), widow of lére 
Essex, 4th Earl of Ardalass. Letter fo, 
ri'oto Dr. W. Johnston, 1698. 4062, 
f. 283. 

Cromwell (Oliver), M.P. for Hunting- 
don, and Generalissi»w of t Parliarnen. 
tarian bbrces, afterw. Lord Protector of 
Engl«nd. Letter fo ----- Storie, 163. 
2305, B. f. 3. 
------ Letters to Sir T. Fairfax, 1645- 

1648. 1519, ff. 
153 b, 158. 160, 
Letter to 
1519, £ 146. 

127-132 b, 144, 
164, 180, 183. 
J. Rushworth, 

148- 

1646. 

Cromwell (Olier), M.P. for Huuting- 
don, and Generalissimo of the Parliamen- 
tarian Forces, afterw. Lord Protector of 
En,.fland (continued). Letter to R. Jenner 
and J. Ashe, 1648. I519, f. 186. 
-- Letter to ----- Willingham, n. d. 
2035, B. f. 5. 
v. also Englaad, llistory of. The 
Commonwealth. 

Cromwell (Richard), afterw. Lord P,,o- 
tector. 5ummons to Parliament to, fl'om 
his father, 1657. 3246. 
Cromwell (S). Letter to Sir H. 
Sloane, [172I. 4046, f. 127. 

Cromwell (Thomas), 1st E«rl of Ard- 
glass. Letter to Sir T. Fairfax for 
permission to visit his cousin the Lieu- 
tenant General, [1645-1653]. 1519, 
f. 176. 

Cromwell (Thomas), Ea,'l of Essex. 
Character of 17th cent. [mperf. 1523, 
f. 25. 

Crone, Dr. v. Croone (William). 

Cronhelm (A-- von), Proepositus of the 
Consistory af Miinsterdorff in Holstein. 
Letters to, from G. H. Burehard, 1690, 
1691. G¢rm. and Zat. 2877, ff. 32, 
34, 37. 
Cron.helm (Andreas Hearicus de). 
to Sir H. Sloane 1729. Zat. 

Letter 
4050t f. 57. 

Crooke (Sir George). v. Croke. 

Crooke (Helkiah), M.D. 
his Anatomy, 17th cent. 

Extracts from 
738, f. 139. 

Cooke (Henry). v. Croke. 

Croone (William), M.D., Registrar of 
Gresham College. Physico-mechanical 
experiments, 1653-1661, sent to, by Dr. 
H. Pover, 166.. 1393, ff. 134--167. 
.- Syllabus musculorum 17th cent. 
1761, ff. 15-20. 
- --..- Letters to H. Power, 1661-1664. 
Copies. 1326, ff\ 25 26 b, 28 b, 30 b, 31, 
32 b, 37 b, 45, 148. • 
- Letters fo, from H. Power, 1661, 
1662. 1326, ff. 26, 27, 28 31, 33, 34. 
. Accompt of his widow Lady 
adleil"S eadowment of lectureships 
founded by, 1738. 4066, f. 108. 
Cropley (Andrew). Owned, în 1603, 
MS. 238. 

Cropley (Sir John), 3rd Bart., of Clerhen. 
well. Letter to Sir H. filoane, n. d. 
4058, f. 199. 
Cropredy Bridge, co. Oxon. Aecount 
of the fight at, 1644. 1519, £ 51. 



INDEX. 131 

Crosbie (Sir Walter), Ist Ea,'t., of 
3[aryborotwh. Letter to Lord Falk|and, 
1626. 3827, f. 96. 
Crosland (Thomas), oldier ai Tarujer. 
Petition against Cal,t. Makeuy, ch'c. 
1674. 3.514, f. 244. 
Cross (------), 3r.D. Chemical process, 
late 17th cent. 645, f. 20. 
Crosse (Sir John), 2nd ]?art. Letter to 
Sir H. Sloaue, 1740. 4056, f. °.08. 
------- Letter to, from ir H. loane, 1740. 
4069, f. 39. 
Crosse (William), Fel[ow of Sidaey 
qussex College, Cambriàge ; afterw. Canon 
of lVells, mwl Vicar of Taunt,n, co. Soin. 
Aecompts st Cambridge, 1664-167. 
3780. 
Crosse (Wiliiam). Letters to ir H. 
SIoane, n.d. 4038, ff. 200, 202. 

Cross-staff. 

r. Golding (Thomas). 
Lanc. Warrant for 

Croston, co. the 
perpetual appropriation of the Vicarage 
to the Sec of Chester, tmp. Chas. ll. 
,q56 f. 7 b. 
Crow (Henry), of B«dmhd«n, co. Glouc. 
Letter to Dr. W. Gibbeus, 1697. 4062, 
f. 273. 

Letter to, ri'oto M. Gillyflower, 
4071, £ 10,'L 
Letter fo, from W. Godman, 1699. 

1696. 

4062, f. 305. 

Owued, in 

Crowche (Michael), Grocer. 
1543, MS. 

Crowe (Thomas). Letters to 
Sloaue, 173 7, and n.d. 4055, 
4058, f. 203. 

Crowe (William). Letter fo 
Sloane, n.d. 4058, f. 204. 

Sir H. 

Crowle (Archibald), Soldier af 
Charge against Ensigu Tare, 1672. 
f. 95. 

Croy (Jacquelyne de), wife of Anthony, 
Margrace of terghen op Zoom. Letter 
to T. Chambellan, 1547. Fo. 2103, 
f. 169. 

Croyden (Thomas), JLD. of Padu ; 
Fellow of Trinity CoRege, Çambridge. 
Lettez to J. Abdy, cffc. 1647. 203, f. 1. 
-- - - Letter fo ----, n.d. 4066, f. 304. 
------- Wrote MSS. 193 ; 199. 
Croydon, co. Surr. Orinal draft of 
statures of the Holy Trinity Hospital 
at fouuded by Archbishop Whitgift, 
vith his autograph corections, 1596. 27. 
------Countermand of the march of 
Fairfax' dragoons to0 1645. 1519, f. 94. 

Croyland .Abbey, co. Lhe. Tran»la- 
tion of King Ethelbald's charter in 71,; 
of its foundation, 17th cent. 3187. 
ff. 28 b-35. 

Crucius (Lu,tovicns), Jesuit. Corre- 
spondence with M. Correa, 1600, 1601. 
Lat. 902 ff: 12, 25 26, 38b, 40 b, 52, 
54 b. 

Cruden (Alexander), Boo'eller. Letters 
to Sir H. Sloane, 1734-1740. 4053, 
f. 358 ; 4055, f. 230 ; 4056, t: 341. 
=--- Testimonial of his fitness to be 
bookseller to Qu. Caroline 1734. c'op,./. 
4053, f. 360. 

Cruft (C«pt. William), Master qf the 
Trinity Ilouse or Deptford. Survey of 
Ports from Dorer to the Land's End. 
1698. 3233. 

Cru]2 (Jodocus), ]LD. Letter to ,';if H. 
Sloaae, n.d. 4058, f. 206. 

Crumpe (Sarah). Letter to J. l'etiver, 
[1702]. 4066, f. 308. 
------- Letters to, from ber mother, 
Poole], 1702, [1707]. 4064, f. 14 
4066, f. 35 b. 
Letter to, from ber nephew, T. 
Crumpe, 17102]. 4066, f. 305. 

Crumpe (Thomas). 
S. Crumpe, 17102]. 

Letter to his aunt, 
4066, f. 305. 

Crusen (C-- B), S«cret,oy fo laron de 
S«hutz, Enroy from Zell to Ungland. 
Letters to Sir H. Sloau% n. d. Ff. 
4058, ri: 207-209 b. 

Criisius (Balthasar), Student of Mcdicine 
and Arts at Leipzi 9. Autograph in 
album, 1693. 2360 f. 55. 

Crusius (Irenoeus), Pastor of the Saroy 
Ch,trch, London. Letter to t C. 
Isaacson, 1698. Let. 1381 f. 110. 

Crusius (Paulus), Ib'ofessor of Mathe- 
matics at J«na. Doctrina revolutionum 
soli.% 16th cent. 14, ff: 45-63. 

Crux (Margaret). Book of receipts, 
1674. 1468, ff. 228-246. 

Cruz (Christopher de La). v. La Cruz. 

Cruz (Francis de La). v. La Cruz. 

Cuba, 1sic qf. Accompt of receipts of a 
mercantile voyage to, ri'oto Port Royal, 
Jamaica, 1679. o o 
.7.4, f. 87. 

Cuckmere Haven, co. 
f, 1698. 3233, f. 7 b. 

Suss. Surve¢ 

Cudman, S. r. Cuthman, S. 

z2 



132 

INDEX. 

Cuenz (.), Conseiller d'État 
l(pu)dique de St. Gall, Switzerland. 
tors to Sir H. Sloane, 1740. Ff. 
ff. 219, 256. 
- Letter to, from Sir H. Sloane, 1740. 
2 -. 4069, f. 42. 
Cueva (Alphonso de La). v. La Cueva. 

de la 
Let- 
4356, 

Cuffe (Henry), Secreta,'y fo Lord Esser. 
'" Differences of ages of man's lire," 1600. 
Extracts. 1479, ff. 23-31. 
Letter fo Secretary Cecil, [1601]. 
1786, ff. 40 b-44. 
Cugnac (Antoine de), M«rq«is de Cu(tnac. 
Hippiatria, 1653. /'r. 1988, ff. 209 b- 
216b. 

Cugnac (Paulus de), Duc de touures. 
Autt, graph in album, 1614. 3415, f. 22. 
Cuilemborgh (.Emilius à), Student in 
T/teology. Autograph in album, 1668. 
1795 or 2597, f. 66. 
Culinary îReceipts. v. Cookery. 
Culpeper (Jacobus), Fellow of _hYw Col- 
legc, Oxford. Verses in honour of the 
f hancellor, Lord Buckhurst, [1591- 
I5:5]. Lat. 3728, f. 8 b. 
Culpeper (Sir John), afterw. 1st 
1,o,m Culpeper ; M.P. ]'or Aént. Si, eech 
f,,r the county of Kent, 1640. 1430, 
ff'. 55-58 b ; 1467, ri: 5 b-7 b. 
Culpeper (Martin), ehl st son of the 
II'«,'den of _Are,» College, Oxford. Verses 
in honour of the Chancellor, Lord Buck- 
hurst, [1591-1595]. 3728, ff: 8, 11 b. 
Culpeper (Stephera), youngest son of the 
l|'arden of 'A'ew Colle,je, Oxford. Verses 
in honour of the Chancellor, Lord Buck- 
hurst, [1591-1595]. Lat. 3728, L 12. 
Culpeper (Thomas), of Hart tI«ll, 
ford. Verses in honour of the Chancel- 
l,»r, Lord Buckhurst,[1591-1595]. Lat. 
3728, ff. 11, 12. 
Culpeper. v. Colepeper. 
Culverwell (Richard), Fello, of TriniQ/ 
Coile.qe, Cmbrid.qe. Medical case of, by 
Dr. J. Pratt, 1645. 587, ff'. 1-12. 
Cumberland, County qf. Papers of 
Lord Carlisle conceruing his Lord- 
Lieutenancy of, late 17th cent. 2723, 
passim. 
Letter ri-oto thê Privy Council fo 
Lord Carlisle on the 31ilitia tax in, 1683. 
2717» f. 15. 
, Earl of. 

Cumberland, 
of, son of George II. Letter to 
Sloane, n.d. 4058, f. 210. 

v. Clifford (George). 
William Augustus, Duke 
Sir H. 

Cumin (ï<icholas), Sold;,. at Tanguer. 
Charge against, by Ensign T. White, 
1672. 3514, f. 114. 
Cumming (Ann), widot of Dt'. Joh,t 
Ct,nming, Minister of the Soetch Church. 
Letters to Sir H. SIoane, 1734. 4053, 
f. 196, 243. 
Cummyng (D---). Letters to Sir H. 
Sloane, 169, 1702. 4037, ff. 218, 263, 
279; 403_'3, L 341. 
Cumont (l:eaé d), Sieur de Fiesbrun ou 
Fie]brun. I)iscours véritable de la 
naissance et vye du Prince de Coudé, 
17th cent. 1075. 

Cunoeus (Johan), Envo/ of tlte D,,tch 
lE. Indbt Comp. to Persia. J«,urnal, 
1651 I652. Germ. exb'«cts. 2912, 
ff. 70-107 b. 

Cundall. r. Condall (Robert). 
Cundall (George), .lledichwe Professor. 
Speculum astronomicum, 17th cent. 
3745. 

Cuningham (6eore), of Ballyhe,'in, 
nf. L«tterlenny, Ir«land. Letters to 
Sir H. Sloane. 1729. 4050» ff. 114, 175. 
Cuningham (.la---). Letter to Dr. R. 
Gray, n.d. 3216, f. 160. 
Cuninghame (David). Letter to Sir 
H. Sloane, 179. 4042, f. 12. 
Cuninghame (James), F. R.S., l'hysicia, 
to thv E. [. Fttclor,j at Chus,,t in China. 
Plantœe in Insula Palma collectœe per, 
169. 2376, ff. 5-9. 
Description of fish and fow| takea 
on a voyage to the Cape of Good Hope, 
169. 2376. ff: 31-37 b. 
.... Meteorological observations by, at 
Emiiy, in China, 1698. 4025, ff: 81-89. 
Meteorological observations in 
a 
voyage to China, 1700. 3323, ff. 81-84. 
Correst,ondence with J. B. Poggio» 
1698. Lat. 2376, ff. 10-21. 
• Correspondence with . Arte ga de 
la Guêrra, [169]. 2376, ff. 22-30. 
Letters to J. Petiver, 170o-17o. 
3321 ff. 52, 65, 89, 100, 112, 117, 132, 
220, 224; 4041, ff. 265, 266; 4064, ff. 

132, 144. 
Letters to Sir H. loane, 1700- 
1719. 3321, f. 224; 4025, ff. 90, 92; 
4038, '. 35; 4039, ff. 17, 81, 85, 226 ; 

4040, L 350 ; 4041, ff. 25, 265, 266. 
Letter to the East lndia Company's 
servants» 1705. Copy. 3336, ff. 13 b-15 b. 
Memorandum, 1699. 3321, L 20. 
Autograph in album, 1697. 2360, 
f. 7. 



INDEX. 133 

Cunningham (Ahxande r), M. D., aftêrw. 
Sir A. C. Dick, Bart. Letter to Sir H. 
Sloane, n.d. 4075, f. 39. 
Cunningham (James), of Northampton. 
Letter fo Sir H. Sloane, 1723. 4075, 
f. 37. 

Cunradinus (Henningius). Carmina, 
17th cent. 2888, ff. 13, 14,89, 103, 116. 
Cuperus (Gisbirtus), Pro]essor of Tlistory 
or Devente,'. Inscriptio lapidis exAleppo 
ci transmissa, ci'c. 1706. 3563, ff. 13- 
67. • 
- - Correspondence with A. Olivier, 
1706. 3563, ff. 2-8. 
- Correspondence with I. de Visch, 
1706. Ff. 3563, ff. 9-12 b. 
- - Letter fo Sir H. loane, 170. Lat. 
4041, f. 95. 
--------- Owned MS. 3524. 

Cuppage (William). Lettel's to Sir H. 
Sloane, 1705, 1706. 4040, ff. 95, 277. 
Curita. r. Zurita (Geronimo). 
Curll (Edmund), Bookseller. Letters to 
Sir H. Sloane, 170, 1740, and n. d. 
4039, f. 69 ; 4056, L 249; 4058, L 211. 
Curteis (Thomas), 3LD., of Sevcnoks. 
Letter to Sir H. ,'S_'loane, 1725. 4075, 
f. 41. 

Curtes (Pier), Keeper of the Ward,'obe. 
Royal warrant to, to deliver stuff to J. 
Ailliott, 1463. 2251, f. 79. 
Curtesius (Carolus). De forma medi- 
camentorum, 17th cent. 1814, ff. 1-85. 
Curtis (R), of loclester. Letter to 
Sir H. Sloau% 172[. 4075, £ 43. 
Curtius (Matthoeus), M.D., of Pavia. 
N. de S. Michaele responsio ad objecta 
facta in ejus determinatione de flebo- 
tomia in pleuresi, 1527. 125. 
{2usa (Nicolas de). v. Khrypffs. 
Customs. Collections relating fo the 
Custom House, 1671, 1672. 1425 ; 
3931. 
-- Accompt book of a London Custom 
House officer, 1672-167. 379, ff. 21 b- 
26. 
------ Journal of a Scotch Custom House 

ocer, 1692-1696. 
-- - - Answers from 
(he Commissioners 
gcods brought from 
£1. 

2687, ff: 6-58. 
two physicians to 
touching infected 
Italy, 1743. 4034 

c. Carlisle, co Cumb. 
Cuthberson (R---), of it'eo, oe. ]'o,'l. 
Letter to $ir H. Sloane, 1721. 4075, 
f. 45. 

Cuthbert, S. 

Vita, 13th cent. 1772, 
ff. 1-7, 8. 
- Legend of, by R. Hegge, [1625- 
1626] 1322. 

Outhman, 8. Note of the place of his 
birth and burial, 15th cent. 3744, f. 1. 

Cutler (Samuel), 3[.D. Medical com- 
moplace book, 1686. 1424. 
Cypher. v. Cipher. 
Cyprianus (Abraham), M,D. of Amster- 
dam, and L 1.C.2., F.R.S. of Londvn. 
Medical collections, 17th cent. Lt, 
Dutch and Ff. 2386-2390. 
Cyprus, Kingdom of. Account of the 
loss of,. by Capt. A. Gatti, 1573. Ital. 
2256. 

Czimmermann (----). 
man (Peter). 
Czochius (Mauritius), 
Horoscope, [157 -I 596]. 

v. Zimmer- 

of Frankfort. 
1770, f. 159 b. 

D 

I) (A---). Letter to Sir H. Sloane, n. d. 
4075, f. 47 b. 
I) (A) dias D (R). Letters to 
Sir H. Sloane, 1718, 17,.  4045, ff. 124, 

D--(D), a LaJy. Letter to a lady on 
the education of girls, 17th cent. 649, 
f. 203. 

D-- (F--) 
D-- (G--). Letter 
1700. 4038» £ 52. 
D-- (J--). 
« Pneuma 
cent. Lat. 

c. Douce (Fraucis). 
to Sir H. Sloane, 

D-- (J-- T--). 
Théophile). 

Verses on the author of 
Poeseos Catholicum," 17th 
3632, f. 152. 
v. Desaguliers (Jean 

D-- (L), M.D. 
pro Rev. Patte 
2253» f. 202 b. 

Consilium medicum, 
Gabriele, 17th cent. 

D-- (P--). Sonnet sur les victoires du 
Roy en Flandre, 1672. 895, f. 34. 

D--(R--) alias D--(A). Letters to 
Sir H. Sloane, 1718 17 x9 4045, ff. 124, 
297. 

D (R---). Owned, in 1669, M& 456. 

D (W--). Letters to Sir H. Sloaue, 
n.d. 4058, f. 212. 



134 

INDEX. 

D--(W--), of Kensington Gr«rel Pits. 
Letter to Sit" H. Sloane, 170. 4075, 
fi 46. 

:Dabila (Joan). Letter to, from D. L. 
«le Andrada, 1690. Spm. 2456, f. 153. 

Dacia 
torum. Anaglyphoe astronomicœe, 
1680, ff. 48-130. 
I)acro, Barons. v. Fi«nnes. 
Dacre (Thomas), 2nd Baron 
Gillesland. Letter to Card. 
1524. Copy. 31"09, f. 19. 

(Nico!aus de), Ordînis Proedic«- 
1476. 

Wolsey, 

Dacres, F«mily of. Pedigree, 17 th cent. 
1429, f. 44. 
Formerly owned MS. 4031. 
Dacres, Lady. Medical recipe for the 
stone, 16th cent. 3490, A. f. 49. 
Dacres (Arthur), M.D., P,'ofessor of 
Geometry af Gresham Colle,jc. Owned, 
in 1650, MS. 1067. 
I)ahlsted (George). Let.ter tu E. Lhwyd, 
1706. Ff. and Breton. 4064, f. 106. 

Dahme (Anthonius), Stmle,,t of h,dicine 
af Le;pzig. Autograph in album, 1693, 
2360, f. 57. 

Daillé (Jean), MiMstre i P«ris. Letter 
to M ons. de Gruvendol Il.e.H. Olden- 
burg'], 1675. T'c. 4062, f. 185. 

Daillon (Daniel). Letters of naturaliza- 
tion granted to, 1682. Zat. 2655, £ 155. 

Daillon 
zation 
f. 155. 

(Jacobus). Letters of naturai- 
granted to, 1682. Lat. 2655, 

Daindridge (Joseph). Description of 
English spiders captured in and around 
London, 171h cent. 3999. 

D akers (Abraham), S,hll«r af Tangier. 
Charge against, for assault, 167ï. 3514, 
£ 62. 

Dalby (Lionel). 
446. 

Formerly owned MS. 

Dalby (Thomas), of Quenby, co. Leic. 
Letter to Sit- H. Sloaue, 1737. 4055, 
f. 180. 

Dale (----). Letter to, from Sir H. 
51oane, n.d. 4069, L 145. 
Dale (James). Scheme of his nativity, 
1630. 1707, f. 3 b. 
Dale (Robert). Letter to Sir H. Sloane, 
1704. 4039, f. 352. 

Dale (Samuel), M.D., of .Braintree, co. 
Essex. Bequest of books fo the Apothe- 
caries' Company, London, circ. 1739. 
4066, f. 244. 

I)ale (Samuel), II.D., of Braintree, eo. 
Essex (conthued). Letters to Sir H. 
Sloane, 1692-1736. 4025, ff. 94-100 ; 
4036, ff. 122, 130; 4037, ff. 37, 57, 133, 
148, 205 ; 4039, ff. 142, 354, -...,-°o 426 ; 
4040, ff. 4, 8. 10, 75, 14s, 205, 241,251, 
259, 297, 317, 365; 4041, ff. 14, 16, 20, 
46, 253, 271,277, 285, 329 ; 4042, f. 46 
4043, f. 81; 4045, ff: 35, 56, 99, 1487 
4046, ff. 42, 305; 4047, f. 1207 4052, 
L 340; 4053, ff. 51, 247. 303; 4055, 
f. 67 ; 4058, ff. 213-216 b ; 4075, L 53. 
Letters to the same, a, ldressed 
under coter to . ;miths, 1692. 4036, 
ff. 122 b, 130 b. 
Letters fo J. Petirer, 1700-1717, 
and n.d. 3321, ff. 47, 57, 60, I05, 123, 
140, 141, 143, 144, 146, 150, 163-168, 
170, 202. 204, 206; 3322, ff. 95, 162; 
4063, f. 218; 4064, f. 20. 
Letter fo Sir T. Robinson, n. d. 
Irai)er f. 4066, L 311. 
Letters to, from Sir H. ,'31oane, 
1692. 4068, ff. 9, 11. 
I)alechamps (Jacques),)LD. Electu- 
arium tabulatum, 16th cent. 1840, f. 55 b. 
le l»este 17th cent. Fxtract. 
3118, f. 230 b. 
quoedam botanica ex, 171h cent. 
3119, ff. 342-347. 
Dallund (Severinus). Prœelecta publica 
O. Borrichii excepta a, 1683-1684. 3019, 
ff. ,) OO 
I)'&lmasses (M--),)[«rq,,is. Letters 
to Sir H. Sloane, 1713, 1715. 
4043, f. 176 ; 4044, f. 25. 
Dalrymple (Hew), President of the 
Scotch Society for Propagatin,.1 Christian 
IG,owled!l e. Letters to Sir H. Sloane 
1729, 1731. 4050, f. 29; 4052, f. 34. 
Dalrymple (John). Letter fo Sir 
Sloane, 1741. 4057, f. 40. 
I)alton (Th--). Apot/ecary, of London. 
Letter to J. l)etiver, 1704. 4064, f. 8. 
Data (Gisbert van), of Leyden. Thesis 
for a medical degree at Leyden, 1592. 
Lat. 64, ff. 114 b-115 b. 
Dama (Johannes), 3[agister. Breviarius 
medicinalis, 131h cent. 2454, ff. 53 b-81. 
Damacenus [Damaseenus] (Jo- 
hannes), Monachus Benedictinus. Aphor- 
ismi medicales, 14th cent. 420, ff. 260- 
262. 
:l:)ampier (William), 3"adg«tor. Voyages 

through the 
Partly autogr. 
-- Account 
voyage round 
cent. 

South Seas, 1681-1691. 
3236, ff. 1-13, 29-233. 
of his book "A new 
the wor]d, 1697," 18th 
3986, f. 43. 



INDEX. 135 

I)an (John), M.D., of BriztoL Praxis 
me,Il,m, 17th cent. 3969, ff. 4-43. 

Danbie (John), .]AD., of Scarbo»ougt,. 
Correspondence with Dr. R. Wittie, 167.- 
1672. 1393, ff. 12 b-17. 
• Medical certificate, 167 Lat. 

206, B. f. 64. 
I)anby, Earl of. 
Hyde). 
Dunby (R----). 
443. 

v. Osborne (Peregrin« 

Formerly owned MS. 

Danby (Richard). 
cent, 515. 990. 

Owned, in the 16th 

Da]3ce8. Figures in dances, 17th cent. 
3858, ff. 15--18. 

Dandridgo (----), of Moorfields, 
don. Letter to, fi'om S. Brewer, 
4051, f. 266. 

Dandy (----), of lpswich. Memorandum 
of the sale of his house, circ. 1560. 
3166, f. 36 b. 

Dneau 
536. 

(Lambert), Professor of Theo- 
Leyden. Formerly owned MS. 

Danes (Dr. John). Catalogue of the 
Britieh authors out of his dictionary, 
and the year when they flourished, circ. 
1700. 885, f. 33. 

Daniel, Propheta. Sompnia, 14th anti 
15th centt. Lat. anti Ff. verse. 3281, 
ff. 35-46 ;--15th cent. Engl. 1609, ff. 
29 b-31 ;--16th cent. Zat. I, aperf. 
3542, f. 43 ;--17th cent. Lat. 2561, 
f. 55. 

Daniel (Samuel), Poet. 
ciuile watts, 17th 
1443. 

Daniel (Henry), Ordinis P,'vedicatorum. 
De urinis. 1379. Imper]: 2527, ff. 179- 
196b;14thcert. Eng. Frag,n. 340, 
ff. 40-63 b ;15th cent. Lat. and 
EngL 1100, ff. 3-121 ;16th cent. Lat. 
and Engl. Imper]'. 1721. 
Poem on " The 
cent. l"mperf . 

- 8onnets fo Delia, 17th 
Imperf. 3943, ff. 149-156. 

cent. 

Daniel (William), Archbisho 19 of Tuam. 
Letter fo Lord Falkland» 162. 3827, 
f. 

Daniell (J--). 
1333. 

Owned, in 170,ï, MS. 

DanieLl (Mary), of Lord n. 
16th cent. 1301, f. 188. 

Account 

Daniell (Samuel). Epitome of Ray's 
synopsis, addressed fo, early lth cent. 
4020, ff. 34-41. 

Dannoi (Johan). 
3126, L 86. 
Dantzig. Eistoloe ad Fatres 
canos, a J. Dury, 1630, 1633. 
ff. 133, 136. 
Letter from the magistrates to 
Charles II., on a capture of a Lubeck 
vessel by a Scottish cruiser, 1667. Lat. 
1001, f. 7 b. 
Danube, River. Rimedj di V. M. Goronelli 
per ripparare i mali di, early 1.th cent. 
3603. 

L'eucraisie, 14th cent. 

Dantis- 
654, 

Danvers, Familg of. 
cent. 1301, f. 107 b. 

Pedigree, 16th 

Danvers (Mark), of Wickhamb,'ook, co. 
S, ff. Excerpts from deeds in possession 
of, 16th cent. ;Lat. 1301, f. 218. 

Danvers (John), son of the Regichle. 
Petition in Chancery in the case of, 1659. 
2717, f. 2. 
Danyll (James). Former]y owned 31S. 
823. 

Dapper (Herbertus), M.D., of Deventcr. 
Letters to C. Sibelius à Goor, 1678. l,,t. 
2729, ff. 21, 27. 
. Autograph in album, 1669. 1795 
or 2597, f. 70. 
Darcy, I4mily of. Pedigree, l îth cent. 
1429, i: 44. 
Darey (Sir Arthur), 2nd son of Thomas, 
laron 1)arcy. Medical receipt-book. 
16th cent. 1592. 

Darcy (Edmund), Merchant et Tan.lier. 
Receipt of a promissory note. 1666. 
3509, f. 121. 
D',Arcy (Frederica), widow of P,o,ert, 
3rd Earl of tIoidernesse. Letter to ";if 
H. Sloane, 1723. 4075, f. 244. 

Darcy (Thomas), Baron Da,'cy. Medical 
receipt.books, 16th cent. 1585; 1592. 
- Character of, 17th cent. 1523, 
f. 32b. 

Rare (George). Letter to, from W. Lea. 
1702. 4063, f. 152. 

Darell (Aune), toile of Si; Marm«d«ke 
Da,'ell of Fulmere, Cofferer to James I. 
356 was dedicated to ber bv Dr. E 

Brandon. 

Darell (Elizabeth), w(fe of Sir John 
l}arell, and elder àaughter of Sir Edu'ard 
Deriwj, 1st Bart. Note of her birth in 
1627 and death in 1650 by F. Bernard, 
17th cent. 1707, f. 17 b. 

Darell (Thomas), of co. Cornw. Letter to 
H. Roberts, 1681. Copy. 3822, f. 167. 



136 

INDEX. 

Dares Phryffius. De excidio Trojæ, 
early 13th cent. 1619, ff. 29-37 b. 

:D'Argenville (D--), Secretaire du Boy 
ch l« gronde Chancellerie. Letter te Dr. 
J. G. Scheuchzer, n.d. Ff. 4066, f. 312. 

Daria, S., ITrgin end J,rtyr. Legend 
of, 15th cent. L«¢. 1936, f. 48. 

Darlington, Countess of. 
segge (Charlotte 8ophia). 

v. Kielman- 

Darmers (Lionhart), of Nuremberg. 
Sketch and description of his brass 
screw 17th cent. 2577 A. ff. 84-89. 

Darnel (, 
17th cent. 

). Extracta medica ex, 
1988, ff. 126-140, 169-174. 

Darney (Thomas), Letter te Dr. T. 
Browne 1704. 1911-1913, f. 140. 

Darnley, Lord. v. Stuart (Henry). 

:Darrell (Henry), ltarrister. Certificate 
of his death and burial at Tangier on his 
way ri'oto England te Barbados 1673. 
3514, f. 1 s3. 
:Darrington (). Letter te, from J. 
Clarke, n.d. 4058, f. 135. 
:Dartmouth, ce. Devon. Deposition re- 
specting a robbery in a ship at, 169. 
2717, f. 25. 
Surrey ofthe harbour 1698. 3233, 
f. 34b. 

Dartmouth, Baron. v. Legge (George). 

:Dashwood (Dorothy), wife of Robert, 
son of Sir l¢obert, 1st Bart. Letter te 
Sir H. Sloane, 1724. 4075, f. 54 b. 

D'Assigny 
D'Assigny. 
death, cire. 

(Fifield), son of Rev. Marins 
Verses on Dr. J. Tempest's 
1717. 3516 f. 183. 

:Dastyn (John). Rosariuspiilosophorum, 
15th-16th centt. 212, ff. 99 b-120 b ; 
320, ff. 37-50; 2476, ff. 11-23. 
Speculum philosophioe, 16th-17th 
centt, lmpe:f. 1077, ff. 4-51 b ; 1854; 
2480. 
Liber ldilosophioe ad Neal,oleonem 
Ursinum, S. Hadriani Crdinalem, 15th 
cent 212, ff. 43 b-54 b ; 2476, ff. 40-48. 
Speculum philosophioe ad Neapo- 
leonem Ursinum, S. Hadriani Cardina!em, 
15th cent. 212, ff. 54b-79 b ; 2476, ff. 
48 b-68. 
Secretum secretorum 15th cent. 
2476, ff: 24-39. 
Donum dei, 17th cent. 3738, ff. 
23-35 b. 
Opus de elixir aquarum, 15th cent. 
976, f. 15; 1118, ff. 107-111. 

Dastyn (John) (continued). Visio alchy- 
mica, 15th-17th centt. Lat. and Eji. 
212, ff. 21 b-23 b ; 288, ff. o,..._o. 10 b ; 
693, ff. 40-42; 2476, ff. 1-2 b. 

Vision, 17th cent. 
• Dream, 17th cent. 
28_, ff. 54-58 b. 
Dauall (John). Medical 
1812. 

2176, f. 46. 
Engl. verse. 

receiiti  1657. 

Daube (Jacob Jehan). 
in 1643 dedicated to him. 
Daubeny, Famiy of. Notes 
cent. 1301 ff. 51 222. 
D'Aubign.i (Katharina). 
ceipts 17th cent. Ital. 

5I. 3084  as, 

of, 16th 

Medical re- 
2106. 

Daudé (--). Letter te Sir H. Sloane, 
173. Fr. 4054, f. 185. 

Dauely (Peter), Shoemaker. Case of his 
wife suffering from tenesmus, 1669. 
Lat. o_to f. 66. 

:Dauies (Judith). Letter te Sir T. 
Turquet de Mayerne, n.d. 3423, f. 38. 

I)auis (James), Soldier et Tangier. Charge 
against, for theft circ. 1671. 3514 f. 65. 

Daumont, Le Duc. r. Aumont(Louis d'), 

Davanzati (Baccio). Capitoli a, di 
A. F. Grazzini, 17th cent. 1880, ff. 
3 b-85. 

Davel (Petrus), Prvfessor of Philosophy 
af Lausanne. Autograph in album, 
1670. 1795 or 2597, f. 17. 

D'Avenant (Charles), Inspector-Gener«l 
of Experts and Imports. On resumptions 
and balance of trade, 18th cent. 
tracts. 2902, ff. 11-16. 

Davenant (John). Bishop of Salisbury. 
Letters te, from J. l)ury, 1634-1636. 
654, f. 252, 355, 358. 

Davenant (Sir William). 
in verse, 17th cent. 2230. 

" Reason," 

Davenport (Mrs. 
from A. Prowse, 1719. 

). Letter te, 
3984, f. 235. 

:Davenport (Francis). Transcribed, in 
the 17th cent., MS. 998. 

Davenport (George), Clwl,lain te Bisho 1, 
Cosin. Letter te Sir A. Henley, 1664. 

Copy. 813, f. 77 b. 
-. Letter te Rev. W. 
813 f. 78 b. 

Byrstall, 1664. 

Davenport 

(Henry), J'eweller, of 
Crentry. Letter to the Master Armourer 
oftheTower of London, 1595. 21-0 
,, f. 27. 



INDEX. 137 

Davenport (Sir Huml,hrey), C/,ief Ba,'on 
of tte Excheq«er. Argument on Hamp- 
den's case of shipmoney, 1637. 3933, 
ff. 276-288. 

Davenport (John). 
267. 

Formerly 

owned 

Daventry, co. Nortlnts. 
fo Harrington, late 17th 
f. 198. 

[toute ff-oto, 
cent. 1009, 

Davidson (D--). Lttel-to Sir H. 
Sloane, . d. 4058, £ 217. 
Davidson (John), JI.D., of 
Letter to Dr. C. L. 3Iorley 1689. 1236, 
I. 23. 
Davies (Edward), |'i,'ar of I)u,churcl£ 
co. llrarw. Lettêr to Sir H. Sloane, 
1728. 4075, f. 56. 
Davies (G--), M.D., of Birmingham. 
Letters to Sir H. Sloane, 1701 and n. d. 
4038 lt. 175, 248 ; 40î5 L 51. 
-- - Account by, of an unus,al colic, 
1701. 4025 f. 101. 
Davies (Sir John) Poet; Attorncy- 
General for Ireland. Letters to, fi'om 
Sir F. Bacon, 1603, [1606-1619]. 307,'I, 
ff. 35 b, 50 b. 
Davies (John), D.D., l&ctor of Hegdon, 
co. Essex. Letter from his physician to 
Sir H. Sloane, 171. 4077, f' 130. 
Davies (John), _Preside,R of Queeu's 
Colle,.te , çmb,'idge. Testimonial, as Vice- 
Chancellor, in favour of R. Smith, 172. 
Copy. 4077, f. 33. 
Davies(Myles). Letter to Sir It. loane, 
1716. 4044, f. 254. 
Davies (W--), of Oporto. Letter to 
J. Petirer 1715. 4065, £ 218. 
Davis (Hugh), of Charles City, Iï,.ginia. 
List of physiologica| collections of Rev. 
J. Banister, 162. 3321, f. 8. 
Davis (James). Warrant for his salary 
as supernumerary grot, m of the Privy 
Chan,ber, 166. 856, f. Il. 
Davis (John). Wrote, in 16t0, MS. 3629, 
ff. 41-44. 

Davison al. Boclkin ( , ). Account 
[ a conference with Card. Mazarin's 
lSecretary, sent to Sec. Thurloe by, 

1655-1658. 972, ff. 19-22 b. 
Davison (Ralph), of Lomton. Letter to, 
from his cousin Thomas, 1719. 41375, 
f. 513. 

Davison (Thomas), of Du,'ham. Letter 
to Sir H. $1oane, 1719. 4t375, f. 49. 
..... Letter to his cousin Ralph, 1"/19. 

4075, f. 50. 

Z)avison (William), Ambassador to the 
Low Countries; afterw. Sec,'et,ry of 
State. Instructions to, 1576, 1577. 
2442 ff. 91, 98. 
, .  Apology of, ['or execution of the 
warrant on Mary, Queen ofScots, [ 1587]. 
3199, ff. 323-3'2-8. 
:Daxry du :Perron (Jacques), Cardinal 
Bishop of Ew'eux and A,'chbishop qf Sens. 
Letter to I. Casaubon, [1612]. Transi. 
1950, ff. 92-I 12. 
:Daxro (Her), of Carrick. Letter to 
Dr. E. B,rlase, 160. 1008, f. 281. 
Davys (John), of Saw.lridgv. Journal 
by, of voyage f,'om Acheen to Sumat,'a, 
17th cent. 3668, ff. 156 b, 157 ; 3959, f. 1. 

Dawes (Si," Abraham),of Putneg; Farm r 
of t/te Customs. Note of his standing 
godfather fo Dr. Hodges at Richmond, 
1629. 810, f. 1. 
:Davires (Sir William), 3rd Eart. ; 
qf C/wster. Leter to .;ir H. 
1711. 4042, f. 268. 
I)avirson (Nicholas). Personal expenses, 
1598, 1599. 1137, ff. I, 98-110 b. 
Dawson (Richard). Svldie," at Tangier. 
Charge against for assault an.t battery, 
circ. 167. 3514, f. 156. 
Dawson (William), M,rshal-aeacral at 
Tang;er. Warrant to, from Lord 3liddle- 
ton 167. 3299, f. 122. 
Dawtry (Sir Henry), of Moore in Pet- 
trorth, co. Suss. Dedieatory epistle to, 
f,'om E. Poeton, 17th cent. 1954, f. 162. 
Day(Alexander). Letter to Sir H. Sloane, 
n.d. 4058, f. °19. 
Day (John), of Gonville and Cai,»s College, 
Cambrid,je; Dr«m«tist. Learning's Pi|- 
grimage, [7th cent. 3150. 
Day (Paul). Nedical receipts, 1604-164,2. 
137. 

Day (William), De«n of Wi,kl.or. 
Speech of T. Matthewe on the election 
ol; as Prolocutor in Convocation, 
Lat. 1710, ff. 104--106. 
Day (Williarn), Gunner, Z'.N. Examiaa- 
tion at Tangier respecting the captain of 
a Genoese ship, 1665. 1952, f. 84. 
Days. Versus de significationc dierum 
mensis, Ilth cent. 475, f. 216 b. 
--- Of good and evil days in the year, 
15th cent. 540, f. 23b ; 963, f. 73 
16th cent. Ff. 514. f. 78. 

Deacon (Thomas), of Manchester ; Phy- 
sician and Nonjurin: Bishop. Letter to 
Sir H. Sloane, 1730. 4077, f. 105. 



138 

INDEX. 

Deal, co. It'ent. Description of.. 1693. 

1913, L 54. 
Drawing of the castle, by Capt. J. 
Kempthorne, 1688. 3665, f. 76 b. 

Deane (Sir Anthony), ,Vacy Commissioner. 
5letbod for ca]culating the cost of a 
navy, [1660-1678]. 2032, f. 52. 
Complaint against, for sending 
information to the French Government, 
1679. 3065, f. 30. 
Deane (Edmond), M.D. Sl,a, lacrene 
Anglicana, 17th cent. Extract. 1178, 
ff. 170-173. 

Deane (P, obert). Cure for a child's 
"sca]d" head, 17th cent. 2548, f. 42 b. 
Deane (Richard), I?e:licîde. Epitaph, 
circ. 1653. Lat. 4022, f. 50b. 
Dearmor (Stephen), of Luron. Letter 
to Sir H. Sloane, 1697. 3321, f. 15 b. 
Death. Versus de signis mortis, 14th 
cent. 568, f. 217. 
Thesis on the sentence, Mors omni- 
bus communis, 17th cent. 933, tL 84-87. 

Debenham, co. Suif. Payment to the 
town by Pembroke Hall, Cambridg% 
17th cent. 2592, ff. 11 b-13. 
Deekers (Fredericus), _Prof essor of Mài- 
«be at Leydcn. Praxis medica, 1698. 
2738. 
Collegium ejus practicum in Noso- 
comio, 1709. 2966, ff. 21-29. 
Dee, tliver. Reasons /'or making it 
navigable, 18th cent. 3323, f. 267. 

Dee (Arthur), Alchemist ; Chier Physîcian 
to the Czar of ttussia. Arca arcanorum 
abtrusoe hermeticoe scientioe, 1634. 
1876, ff. 1-83. 
Astronoraica- medica, 17th cnt. 
tlologr. 1902. 

1579. 

Scheme of his nativity, 13 July, 
1902, f. 28. 

Dee (lsabel), daughter of Arthur Dee, 
Alchemist. Scheme of her natiity, 5 
Sept. 1614. 1902, f. 27 b. 

I)ee (Isabella), wife of Arthur I)ee. 
of her death, 1634. 1902, f. 11. 

Note 

Dee (Jane), daughter of Arth,«r Dee, AI- 
chemist. Scheme of her nativity, 31 
March, 1605. 1902, f. 10. 

Dee (John), Astrologer. Horoscope, 1527. 
1782, f. 31. 

, Mysteriorum libri v., 1581-1583. 
Autogr. 3188. 
Copy of the saine work by E. 
Ashmole, 1672. 3677. 

Dee (John), Astroljer (continued). Book 
of Eoch, transcribed by E. Keiley, 1583. 
3189. 
Other copies of the saine work, 
17th cent. 7s, l: 120; 2599, ff. 1-45. 
Claves Angelicoe, 1584 1585. 
Autogr. 3191. 
Copies of the same work by E. 
Ashraole, 1672. 3678 ;--17th cent. 
Imperf . 78, f. 122. 
Instructions and annotations on 
Euclid's Eiements, 1569. 15. 
Mathematical l«'eface annexed to 
Euclid, 157. ¢,py, circ. 1700. 885, 
f. 72. 
Owned, in 1557, MS.q. 2128 an,I 
2325, and, in 155'*, MS. 2327. 
Dee (John), son of Arthur Dee, Aldwmist. 
Scheme of his nativity. 24 July,'. 1606. 
1902, ff. 9 b-14. 
Dee (Margaret), OEwjhte," of A,'thur Dce, 
Alchemist. Seheme of hr nativity, 4 
April, 1603. 1902, f. 9 b. 

Dee (Richard). Owned, in 1648, MS. 3630. 

Deerham (/'er. 
P. Hall, 1705. 4064, f. 61. 
Deering (Charles), M.D., Bot,mist. 
ter to Sir H. Sloane, 1735. Int. 
f. 86. 
Certificate of 
ficiency, fi'om Sir H. 
4069, £ 204. 
Deering (S,'r Edward),/,'art. 

--). Letter to, fi'om 

Let- 
4054, 

his me, lical pro- 
Sloane, 18th cent. 

r. Dering. 

Defoe 
Daniel Defoe. Letter to 
1733. 4053, f. 110. 
Degoone (S;,- Bernard). 
Bernard de). 
Deidier 

(B-njamin Norton), 2nd son of 
Sir H. Sloane, 

v. Gomme (Si," 

Delabene (Elizabeth). Letter fo Sir H. 
Sloane, n.d. 4058, £ 221. 

Dekyngston (Edward), Alchem£% of 
London. Alchemical extracts, 158]. 
2170» ff. 66-71 b; 3180; 3684, ff. 1-46 b. 

4025. f. 102 ; 4047, f. 327 ; 

to, from Sir H. Sloane, 
d. Fr. 4068, f. 117 ; 

1738. F,-. 
4055, f. 359. 
Letters 
1724, and n. 
4069, f. 146. 

(Chevalier Antoine), Professor 
of Medicinl ot Montpellie ". Expériences 
sur la bile des pestiférés de Marseille, 
1721. 3323, ff. 215-218 ; 3324, ff.-°21- 
228 ; 4034, f. 7. 
- Dissertation sur l'origine du souffre 
vif, etc., 1735. 4025, ff. 104-113. 
Letters to Sir H. Sloane, 1725, 1735, 



INDEX• 

139 

:Delacoste (J--), M.D., of Bath al 
Per/s. Letters to Sir H. Sloaae, 1720- 
1733, and n.d. Engi. and Ff. 4045, 
f. 323; 4046, ff. 116,256, 318; 4047, 
ff. 5, 88; 4048, f. 124; 4052, f. 137; 
4053, f. 11; 4058, f. 222. 
Delacourt (John). Letter to Sir H. 
Sloane, 1733. 4053, f. 19. 
Delafaye (Charles), Under- Secretar! i 
of State. Letter to Dr. 5ilvestre, 1705. 
Ff. 4064, f. 72. 
--Letters to Sir tI Sloane, 172  
1724, 173î. 3984, f. 98; 4046, ff. 330; 
4047, f. 234 ; 4075, f. 59. 
Delafaye (Capt. L--), brother of the 

Delbene (AIphonsus), Bishop of Albi. 
Verses to, by R. Thory 17th cent. 
Lat. 1768, f. 19 b. 
Delfino (C«rd. Daniel Marcus). Lettel's 
to the Danish Enroy at Paris, 1700. 
Er. 2877, ff. 149, 155. 
• Letter to, from C. A. Fabroui, 
1697. Irai. 2877, f. 114. 

:Delisle (Joseph Nicholas). 
Sir H. ,Sloaue, 1740, 1742. 
ff. 199, 206. 

De I'Isle (Louis), of St. 

Letters to 
4056, 

Petersburg. 
Letters to Sir H. Soa,e, 1742, and n. d. 
Ff. 4057 f. 144 ; 4058, f. 228. 

Delagrive (Jean), Abbé. 
H. Sloane, 173, 1734, 
4052 f. 361 ; 4053 ff. 
f. 224. 
Letters 

l'nder-Secretary of St«te. Letter fo Sir Delius (Matthias), Scholoe tiare! u,-gensis 
H. Sloane, 173. 4075, f. 58. ]ïectvr. Vel'ses on his picture, by H. 
Cuuradiuus 17th cent. Let. 288, f. 16. 

Letters to Sir 
and n.d. Ff. 
140, 178 ; 4058, 

to, ri'oto Sir H. Sloane, 
Ff. 4068» ff. 205, 217, 

De La Haize (Abraham), Servant to the 
late Willimn Hill, Merchant af Falmouth, 
co. Cor»v». Letter to Sir H. Sloaue, 
n.d. Ff. 4058, f. 226. 

Delamaîne (Richard), Sen., 
ticiaa. Notes on the " Apology against 
his ' Grammelogia,' by W. Oughtred," 
17th cent. 1983, B. f. 77. 

Formerlv owned 

Delamare, Family of. 
318. 514. 

Delamere, Barons. v. Booth. 
Delangle (Jacobus), Consilia,'ius L'egiu. 
Owued, in 1624 51S. 2417. 
Delarmer, F«mily of. Pedigree and 
arms of, 17th cent. 3836, f. 32 b. 
Delaune (Nathanael), of Corpus Ch,'isti 
College, Cambridge; son of Pierre De- 
laune, French Minister af Norwich. 
Commonplace book, 1618-1642. 385. 
Delaune (Paul), M.D., Physicien fo the 
Lord Deputy of Ireland. Pharmacopceia, 
et dîarium pharmaceutîcum, 1613-1622. 
890, ff. 1-143 b. 
Receipt for his pills, 17th cent. 
22I, f. 63. 
Delaune (Pierre), Ministe; qf fhe French 
Charch af Norwich. Serinons» 17th cent. 
385, ff. 48-59 b, 62-89 b. 
Delaval (Sir Ralph), 1st Bart., of Seaton 
1)elavaL Letter to Lord Carlisle, 168]. 
2724. f. 137. 

Dell (Klizabeth). MS. 3907 was ,lê,ticaled 
to her by W. Drax. 

Delmanhorstius (Henricus 

filius Sa|o- 
monis). Oratio funebris in F. t,'al,he- 
]engium, [1597]. 2764, ff. 165-168 b. 
- Lacrymte in abitum C. Ral,helengii, 
et querqueroe oh reditum F. Ral,he- 
leugii, 16çl. 2764, f. 169. 

Delmenhorst, Grand Duchy of. Col- 
lectanea ecclesiastica et civilia de, 1.Sth 
cent. 2886, ff. 13, 20. 

Delmonte (Chateriue), cy-d««nt Cor- 
donnière de la I:ebe Mère. Letter to 
., circ. 1617. Ff. 3813, ff. 46-50 b. 

Delor (L--). Letter to Sit" H. Sloane, 
1738. Fr. 4055, ff. 319-321 b. 

Demahoy (Thomas), of Guildford, co. 
Surr. Power of attornev 1% from 
Lord 3ltdd|eton, 1673. 3511, f. 212 

Demonîriart «l. "Vincent, Dr. 
Viuceut al. Demoufriart (,George). 

Denbigh, County of. Objecti,,ns bv the 
gentlemeu of, tothe graut ,f lans in, 
to Lord Portland 1695. 3962 f. 53. 

Denbigh (M--). r. Fei|diug (Mary), 
widow of l|Tlli,,.m, 3,'d U,,rl o.f Denbigh. 

Denbigh Land ]Hanor, co. 
Objections to the grant ot; 
Portla,d, 16'..5. 3962, f. 53. 

Penb;gh. 
to Lord 

I)enby (Domina -----), of N,»'th«mpton. 
Medical prescription for, bv Dt'. J. Met- 
lord, 1652. :Lat. 2812, f." ls b. 

Dendy, Family of. 
926. 

Formerly owned MS. 

Delavall (lsabel). 
3319. 

Formerlv owned MS. 

Dengayn 
MS. 1617. 

(William). 

Formerly owned 



140 

INDEX. 

Denham 
chequrr. .',l,eech to, by Lord 
Bacon, 1617. 3522, f. 25. 
Opinion on Hampden's case of 
shipmoney, 163. 
_ .v.»,, f. 275. 
I)enham (Thomas). 17,,. of Hollia,.]ton, 
co. Suss. Coly of ltollington Iegister, 
fl',ma 25 3lay, 1717 to œee Febr., 171., 
ruade by, 1718. lIolog,'. 4045, f. 127. 
Denhoff (Magnus Ernest), 
Wordensis et 
Letter to, from J. Dury, 
654, f. 51. 
Dentnsrk and orwsy, Sorereçlns.of. 
Frederic I. Letter, a. Duke of Schleswig- 
Holstein, on the ,leath of R. J., ante 1523. 
Copy. 3667, f. 15 b. 
Christiau III. Negotiation of the 
Scotti:h Ambassador with» 1544. 
o O 
3199, fL 238 b-, 4- b. 
- Frederic II. 3IS. 11 was dedicated 
to him, in 1570, by P. Severinus. 
Christian IV. Letter toQu. Eliza- 
beth. 1594. L,t. 3299. f. 31. 

Decrees 
Medical Faculty in 
versity, 1619-1639. 
ff. 101-103. 

(Sir John), 
Keepel" 

C«stell«nts 
Derbatensis. 
1636. Let. 

relating fo the 
Copenhagen Uni- 
D«nish. 3000, 

Letter to Gen. J. G. von 
«,n the ,leath of Prince Ulric, 

Arnheim 
1633. C,,py. oo.., f. 10. 
Fre,leric III. Treaty between 
Denmark and Englan,], 1667. 26.0, ff. 
61 b-63. 
Note of cessation of hos- 
tilities between Englan,l and Denmark, 
1667. 3509, f. 141. 
Letter to Charles II., 1669. 
OO 
Lat. 1519, £ --3. 
Dispute witla the Dukes of 
Ploën, 

verses 

Holstein Gottorp, an,l Holstein 
1669. Z,t. 1519, L 235. 
Christian V. Extempore 
on, 1674. Let. 13,1, f. 19. 
Lettor ri'oto the 

I)anish 
Ambassador. at the instance of Qu. Char- 
lotte Amelia, on behalf of M. de La Pla- 
cette, 1687. /.'r. 2890, f. 27. 
Frederic IV. Verses 
Danish-Russian fleet by M. R. 
1716. Lat. 3421, f. 31. 
Denmark, George, Prince of. In- 
tended visit to England, 1669. Lat. 
1519, f. 223. 
Letter to, from t'. Langmaak for 
Germ. 

Dennington, co. Suif. Notes of arms 
of family of Wyngefield in the church, 
16th cent. 1301, £ 338. 

pecuniary assistance, 168. 
1378, L 5. 
-------- Calligraphica] portrait 
Dundass, 1702. 4027, f. 55. 

Dennis (John), Crit&. Letters to Sir H. 
Sloane, 1722, 1728. 4046, f. 295 ; 4049, 
f. 155. 

Denny (--,). Salve for a sore or hurt, 
]ate 17th cent. 1087, f. 10 b. 

Denoune (Daniel). J. Munniks dictata 
practica ad J. Ferne/ii patho|ogiam no- 
tata per, 1683, 1684. 229, ff. 3 b-94. 

Denton (Elizabeth), dawghter of George 
Denton of Cardew. Certificate of her 
birth and bal}tism at Dalston, 1654. 

o.) f. 2b. 
Depkin (Johann), of I¢.a. 
in album, 1697. 2360, f. 15. 

Autogral}l 

Depleurs (Edward), M.D. Miscellanea 
ex ejus libro collectaneorum, 17th cent. 
174, £ 19. 

Derby, Earls of. v. Stanley. 

Dereham (Sir Tiomas), 4th 13art. Let- 
ters to Sir H. Sloaue, 1728-1738. I96s, 
ff. 62-67; 4025, £ 114; 4049, ff. 85, 
119, 133, 165, 187, 198, 241, 246; 
4050, fl: 67, 115, 226; 4051, ff. 22, 97, 
OO 
• .7, 272; 4052, ff. 20, 212, 243; 4053, 
tt: I03, I20, 285; 4054, ff. 5, 80; 4055 
ff. 1, 19, 116, 195, 217, 252, 262, 267, 
273, 330, 353. 
-Letter fo Dr. W. Rutty, 1730. 
4066, £ 90. 

1733. 

P.S. of a letter to S. E. Assemanus, 
4066, f. 105. 
Letters to, from Sir H.Sloane, 1727, 
4068, ff. 137, 316. 

1737. 
ç Letters to, from A. Vallisneri and 
E. Manfredi, 1728. Irai. Copies. 4049, 
ff. 121, 121 b. 
• Account of the spontaneous com- 
bustion of Signora C. Zangari sent by, 
to Sir H. Sloane, 1731. 1"tel 4025, 
f. 117. 
 Account of a hurricane af Monte- 
fortino sent by, to Sir H. Sloane, 1735. 
Engl. and Ital. 1968, ff. 68-70 b. 
Dereham, West, Abbey, co. Norf. 

on the 
Dublar, Genealogical excerpts from a book of, 
by J. Strangeman, 16th cent. 1301, 
f. 30. 

of, by j. 

Derham (William), lïcar of Upminte», 
and Canon of ITndsor. Letters to Sir 
H. Sloane, 1698-1734. 4025, ff. 118- 
127 ; 4037, f. 46 ; 4039, ff. 103, 151 
418 ; 4040, ff. 18, 26, 69, 129, 141, 212, 
216, 264, 272, 287, 334; 4041, ff. 67, 
99, 106, 114, 168, 176, 235, 255, 296, 



INDEX. 

141 

:.Oa, 312; 4042, ff. 24, 164, 199, 203, 
205, 210, 245, 250, 319; 4043, ff. 1, 55, 
110, 134, 149. 174, 205, 213, 215, 227, 
296 ; 4044, f. 100 ; 4045, ff. 27, 66 ; 4046, 
ff. 43, 200, 271 ; 4049, ff. 63, 163, 211 ; 
4050, ff. 9, 163 ; 4051, ff. 162, 192, 293 ; 
4052 f. 25; 4053, ff. 305, 376; 4058, 
It'. 230, 232 
Letters to J. Petiver, 1708-171. 
3321, f. 231 ; 3322, ff. 7, 10, 12. 

Dering (Si,. Cholmley), 4th Bact., of 
Surrendea. Horoscope, 1679. 1770, 
f. 136. 

Dering (Edward), Recto," of Ph«ckley. 
Answel's to the articles propounded to 
him by the Star Chamber, 1573. 303, 
tE 21-22 b. 
Godlylettersto his brother Richard 
and to others, 1573-1575, copied by N. 
Wallingtou, 1650. 922, ff: 23-30 b. 

Dering (,Sir 
Surrenz-len. 
Canus, 1640. 

Edward). 1st Bart., of 
Speech concerning t he 
1430, ff. 65-68. 

Speeches in Parliament 
Committee of Religion, 1640. 
ff. 65-68 ; 1467, f. 4. 

on the 
1430, 

Speech in Parliament ou the Papist 
and Prelatine factions, 1640. 3317, L 3. 

Dering (Edward),of 6'a,,tecb,w.,/. Scheme 
of his nativity, 163.. 1707, f. 13 b. 

I)ering (Elizabeth). v. l_)arell (Elizabeth). 

Dering (Henry), 2nd son of S;r Edcac, l, 
1st 1;art. Scheme of nativity of, 1632. 
1707, ff. 17 b, 18. 

:Dering(Mary). Letters fo Sir H. Sloane, 
1728, 1729. 4049, f. 151; 4050, f. 199. 

I)ermott (Hugh), of Bolo!laa. Letter to 
Dr. R. Hooke, 1683. 1039, f. 149. 

Deryke al. rdryche ( J[ag. 
Doctor. De judiciis urinarum 
iufir,nitatibus earundem, cire. 
147, ff. 79 b-84. 

John), 
et de 
1400. 

I)esaguliers (J-- 
H. SIoaue, 1725, 1726. 
342 ; 4048, f. 164. 

Letters to Sir 
F,-. 4047, f. 

Desaguliers (Je:,n Theophile). Letters 
to bir H. Sloane, 1716-173. 4044, 
L 170; 4049, ff. 6, 215; 4050, ff. 40, 
244 ; 4051, f. 200. 

- Letter to J. Petiver, n. d. 4066, 
£ 31,). 

Desainliens al. Hollibande (Claude). 
Treatise on dancing, translated by T. 
ChinaIls, 1598. 904, ff. I35-154 b. 

Deseartes (Rend). " Methodus mea 
practica, in qua sunt remedia ac medi- 
camenta," 17th cent. 2618. 
Abbreviationes Feltoaiensês de 
Cartesio, 17th cent. 2613, ff: 1-99 b. 
Dictata in principia Cartesii a B. 
de Vol,let, cire. 17,,). 1216, ff. 75-128b. 
Principiorum Cartesii compendium 
a R. Gray, 18th cent. 3214, ff. 10b-59. 
Seutentia Cartesii de motu cordis 
non est veritati consentanea, secundum 
F. (;lisson, 17th cent. 3309, f. 141. 
De Cartesii erroribus, 17th cent. 
28q4, ff. 37-39. 
Letter to a Freach physician on 

the heart and blood, 17th cent. 
Imperf. 1393, f. 10. 
Letter to I're Mersenne, 
cent. Extc, tct. 4(21, f. 143. 

17th 

Verses on, br. B. Severinius. 17th 
cent. Lat. 2870, l: 87 b. 
Deschemps (Anthon.v). Letter to Sir 
H. Sloane, 170.e. Ff. 4041, '. 221. 
Deschisaux (Pierre), I;ot,niste lu 12,o?/. 
Letters to Sir H. Sl,ane, 172;-1739. 
Lat. and ....-qa°')., f. 116 ; 4048. ff: 
225, 252; 4056, i: 34, 82, 88. 
Letter to, from Sir H Sloane, 173 s 
/5-. 4069, f. 2o. 
Des Houlières, 3F. v. La Fon de 
Boisguérin ,les Houlires (Antoinette de). 
:Des :Loges (Marie 13runeau de). Sonnet 
à In n6moire de, par 0:mbaul0], 17th 
cent. .95, f. 59. 
:Des :M:aizeaux (Pierre). Letters to 
Sir H. S]oane, 170-1740 aud n.d. F,'. 
4037, f. 376; 4038, ff: 65, 17"_', 197, 
21,233 : 4642, ff. 247, 2.s, 30 ; 4044, 
f. 175 ; 4045, tK 309, 335 ; 4,)53, f. 165 ; 
4056, t. 3,0; 4058, ff: 233-241. 
Letters to Dr. J. G. Scheuchzer. 
n.d. 4066, ff. :314-318 b. 
:Des Marais (François Seraphia Regnier), 
Abate ; Secretary to the l:oya! A¢,,deny of 
France. v. Regnier des Marais. 
Des :M:arets (D--), of te ttag«. Letters 
to Sir H. Sloane, 1686, 1688. F,-. 4036, 
ff. 20, 40. 
Desmay (Louis). Relation of the voyage 
«,f the Fathers of La 31ercy to the King- 
d,,ms of Fez and Marocco for the re- 
demi,tion of Christian slaves in 16.ql; 
trauslated by D. Joues, 18th cent. 8'22. 
Desmoud, Earl of. v. Feildiug (William). 
Des Moulins (Scipio). M.D., of C«nter- 
bury. Letter to Sir H. Sloane, 1707. 
nperf. 4041, f. 3.S. 



142 

INDEX. 

Desoulies (Ann). Letter to Sir H. 
Sloane, 1714. 4043, f. 303. 

Despanterius (Joannes), of Xinove in 
l'7anders. Commentarii grammatici, 
early 16th cent. 2778, ff. 8-59. 
Despenser, E«rls of Glo»cester. Notes 
or; 16th cent. 1301, f. 40b. 
Despotinus (Gaspar), Medical Sludent 
at C»dridge. Letter to P. 51oore, cire. 
1613. Lat. Fragm. 1663, f. 31 b. 

Destouches (-- 
). 
tt. Sloane, 173. 
Ff. 

Letter to Sir 
4054, f. 279. 

Detharding (Georg), Sen., M.D. 
silia medica, 1684, 165. Ge,'m. 
ff: 120, 12s_, 140, 144. 
Dethilloys (N--). 
lan,1, 1621. Ff. 
I)evenish (M, tjor 
Letter to lq'. S. Wall, 1691. 
£71. 

Con o 
2882, 

Letter to Lord Falk- 
3,'27, f. 12. 
Francis), of .Dlin. 
1731, A. 

Deverell (John). 
Sloane, 173, [1737]. 
405, f. 242. 
Devereux, Famil!/ of. 
cent. 1429, f. 41 b. 

Letters to Sir H. 
4053, f. 370; 

Pedigree, 17th 

Devereux (Robert), 2nd E«rl of Fssex. 
Horoscol,e , 1566-1588. 1697, f. 54 b. 
Account of his voyage to Cadiz in 
1596, by Dr. Marbeck, 17th cent. 226. 
Voyage, in 1596, to Cadiz 17th 
cent. 43, £ 39 b ; 1303, ff. 1-6. 
Warrant for paymeut to, for naval 
volunteers, 1596. Cvl,y. 33, f. 5 b. 
Voyage, lu 1597, to the Azores, 
17th cent. 43, f. 49. 
Apology of, to A. Bacon, 17th 
cent. 11o, ff. 15-25. 
Speeches at the Conncil on the 
failure of his Irish expedition, 1599. 
3828, ff. 47 b-63. 
Parley with Sir R. Sidney at Essex 
House, 1600. 156, ff. 10-13. 
Trial of, 1601. 756 ; 1427, ff. 87- 
I01; 1779, ff. 189b-208; 156, ff. 13b- 
30. 
-------Letters to Qu. Elizabeth, n. d. 
Copies. 1856, ff. 5, 6 b. 
Correspondence with Lord Keeper 
Egerton, 1600. Copies. 826, f. 3 ; 1775, 
ff. 54, 55 b. 
--Correspondence with A. Bacon, 
n.d. 1856, ff. 7 b, 9 b ; 3078, ff. 14 b- 
20. 
Letters to, from Sir F. Bacon, 1599. 
1775, ff. 83-85b ; 3078, ff. 4b-14 ; 3522, 
fil. 

Devereux (Robert), 2nd Earl of Essex 
(continued). Correspondence with Cam- 
bridge University, 1598. Copivs. Lat. 
3562, ff. 71-75. 
Verses called " The Earle of Essex 
his Buzze," 1598. 1303, ff. 71-72. 
Verses when in the Tower, 1600. 
Imperf. 1779, ff. 208 b-212. 

Devereux (Robert), 3rd Earl of Esex. 
Horoscope, 1591. 1697, f. 54b. 
Case of divorce from Lady F. 
Howard, 1613, 1614. 363, ff. 77-80; 
1002; 1470, ff. 268-275; 1819; 1856, 
ff. 47-50; 2531, ff. 141-149; 3828 
ff. 1-47. 

Petition to Charles I., 1640. 
ff. 118, 120. 
Letter to Lord 
1519, f. 28. 
Letter fo, from 
Councii at Edinburgh, 1639. 

1710, 

Fairfax, 164.. 

the Lords of the 
65o, f. 93. 

Devereux (Walter), 1st Earl of Essex. 
Account of the expenses of his installa- 
tion as K.G., 1572. 1786, f. 92 b. 
The manner of his death, 1576 
303, ff: 1 b-20 b. 
Verses on his deathbed by, 1576. 
1896, f. 5. 

Devîe (Sir ttenry), 1st Bart. ; Chancellor 
of Iqndsor Castle and of the O,'der of 
the Garter. Warrnnt to, for granting a 
knight'a place to J. Jobson, 1661. 856, 
f. 23. 

Devizes, co. II;lts. Royal letter to the 
may,,r and aldermen, recommending R. 
Foot to be Town Clerk, 1660. 856, f. 3 b. 

Devon, Co,mty of. Letter from the Jus- 
tices of Peace for, to the Privy Couacil, 
temp. Chas. I. Copy. 1775, f. 72. 
Description of a natural history 
collection made in, 18th cent. 4019, 
f. 130. 
Verses in the Devonshire dialect, 
hode, 17th cent. 542, f. 18b. 
by W.  • 

Devon, Farls of. v. Courtenay. 

Devyck (Loys), Procureur 
Guerasey. Coustumes et 
l'Me de Guernsey par, 1583. 
Dewe (John), of Bampton, co. 
Letters to J. Petiver, 170:, 1703. 
ff. 113, 119, 126, 128. 
D'Ewes (Sir Symonds), 1st Bart. 

Royal in 
usages de 
2446. 
OX'Otl. 
3321, 

Letter 

on his historical collections, by Sir R. 
Gipps, 1697. 970, f. 1. 

Diaculus (Paulus). 
(Paulus), Diacon,ts. 

Warnefridus 



INDEX. 

143 

Dialects. 
r. Ceylon. 
Devon, County of. 
I)ialling. The art of dialling, 17th cent. 
3636, ff. 168-203 b. 
- -- Dialling and the planetary instru- 
ment», 17th cent. 3722, ff. 87-93 b. 
The art of dia|ling, 17th cent. 
1435, ff. 131-134. 
-.- Key to the art of, 17th cent. 3764, 
ff: 1-4. 
171. 

- On dialling, 18th cent. 
Diaries. 
v. Bere (Richard). 
Foot (Daniel), M.D. 
Petiver (James). 
,assport to, by Col. 
,ç'pan. 1955, f. 52. 

(Antonio), of Tangier. Grant of a 
lorwood, 1666. 

:Dicconson (PI--). Letters to Sir H. 
51oane, 1733. 3299, f. 144 ; 4053, f. 25. 

Dickenson (Edmund). v. Dickinson. 

Dickenson (William). Letter to Dr. L. 
Plukenett, n.d. 41)66, f. 319. 

I)ickins (W---). 5pecimens of pemnan- 
ship, dedicated to Charles II., ante 1676. 
1109. 

I)iekinson (Edmund), M.D., Phyffzi«n to 
Charles II. Epistle. on alchemy to T. 
Mundanus, circ. 1684. 3758, ff. 58-62. 

Answer to, from T. Mundanus, 
1684. Er. and Engl. 3629, ff. 202-- 
228 b ; 3762, ff. 32-63. 

Dickinson (Guido), of ,Vewark on Trent. 
Letter to Sir H. Sloane, 1725. 4047, 
f. 330. 

Dickinson (John), of B«rmud«. Letters 
to J. Petiver, 1700, 170. 4063, ff. 14, 
33, 63. 

:Dickinson(W--). Letter to -----, 166. 
4062, f. 167. 

Dickson (Tobias), M.D., of St-. Jroha's 
College, Cambridge. Synopsis poetica 
disputationis in theses duas medicas 
cure ejus responso, 1656. larinted and 
MS. 363, ff. 94-99; 3309, ff. 72, 107- 
111. 

I)ictionaries. Fragment of Promp- 
torium Parvulorum, 15th cent. 1044, 
f. 249. 
Selectus vocabulorum usus ex 
Cicerone delibatus, 17th cent. 888, 
ff. 1-92 b. 

Vocabularium Armenico-Latinum, 
17th cent. 1574. 

Dictionaries (continued). 

French-Ger* 
man vocabulary, 17th cent. 2924, ff: 
51-53 b. 
French-Turkîsh vocabulary 17th 
cent. 2924, ff. 59-79. 
[talian-English dictionary, with an 
explanation of Italian terres of architec- 
ture 17th cent. 860. 
- Latin-Greek vocabulary 17th cent. 

947, ff. 37-40. 
Persian-Dutch 
cent. 2919. 
- Persian-German 
cent. 2924, ff. 1-43. 
Spanish-English 
cent. 1468, ff. 49-74 b. 
- Spanish-Latin vocabulary 
phrases and proverbs, 17th cent. 
and Zat. 437. 

dictionary, 17th 

vocabulary, 1 7th 

vocabulary, 17th 

• )ictys Cretensis. Argument 
"Warres of Troy," 17th cent. 
3708, f. 1. 

of 

of his 
I, nperfi 

:Didacus, S. Nomina Cardinalium qui 
ejus canonizationi interfuerunt, 1588. 
1710, f. 43. 
Diemerbroeck (Cornelius à), SynoJi 
Ultrjectince Scriba. Apographum ex 
actis Synodi Ultrajectinoe testatum a, 
1635. 1465, f. 190 b. 
:Diemerbroeck (Isbrandus de). Colle- 
gium in J. Johnstoni "Idea medicinœe 
unireroe," late 17th cent. 619, ff. 45- 
106 b. 
Dictata Collegii ad praxim ejus, 
16th cent. 1236, ff. 93-105. 
 Nonnulla ex ejus tractatu de 
peste, 17h cent. 1892, ff. 69 b-73 b. 
-------- Autograph in album, 1669. 1795 
or 2597, £ 9. 
)ieppe, in France. Receptes miscellanees 
du chirurgien de Diel,pe  1654. 2502, 
ff. 143-146. 
])lest (Henrick à), P,'ofessor Scnior of 
Theology or De;enter. Autograph 
album, 1668. 1795 or 2597, f. 23. 
Diest (Samuel à), _Professor of Theology 
af lIard«rtcijl¢. Autograph in album, 
1669. 1795 or 2597, f. 34. 
Diet. v. Galenus (Claudius). 
I)ietrichtein(Card. Franz von), Pr, nce, 
Governor of $[or, tria. Letter to L. 
Petrucci, 1605. It«l. Copy. 415, f. 17. 
Dietz (Jean Martin), af Annaburg in 
Saxony. Autograph in album, 1693. 
2360, f. 58. 
:Dieu (Ludovicus de), Sen. In ejus efIigiem 
versus M. Z. Boxhornii, 17th cent. 2764, 
f. 39. 



144 

INDEX. 

Difnico (Francisco), Juriscons,,lt, of 
Sebenico. Consilîa medica pro ejus 
tumore, 1639, 1642. Ilal. 2253, ff. 238- 
241. 

Digby (George), B,«ron Digby, a.fte,'w. 2» 
E«rl of Briîol. Speeehes in Parliament 
moving a remonstrance of the state of 
the kingdom and concerning grievances, 

Digby (8;r Keneltn), Clancellor fo th« 
Queen Mother, Henrietta M,Jria (con- 
tinued). Collections from his « Discourse 
concerning the vegetation of plants," 
ci, v. 1670. 149, ff. 76-79. 
Discuurse couc. the vegetatiou or 
plants, 17th cent. Extract. 214s, f. 195. 
Electuarium magnum cordiale 

1640. 
Abstract of his speech conceruing 
grievances, 1640. 1200, f. 16. 
Speech to the bill of triennial 
Parliaments, 164. 1467, ff. 61-66. 
Proceedings relating to, in the 
House of Commons, 1 July, 1663. 3251, 
f. 1. 
Articles of treason exhibited by, 
against Lord Clarendon, 10 July 1663. 
3299, f. 209. 
Letter to (?) Lord Newcastle, 164!}. 
1519, f. 26. 
Letter to, ri'oto Lady Aubigny, 
1645. 1519, f. 86. 

1430, ff. 24-30, 31-36. catholicum pro, a Dre. Turquet de 

I)igby (John), 1st Earl of Bristol. Corre- 
spondence with Lord Conway, 1625, 1626. 

House of Lords, 

with the Lord 

1710, ff. 287,287 b. 
Petition to the 
1626. 1710 f. 289 b. 
Correspondence 

171 O, ff. 289 b 

Keeper Coveatry» 1626. 
290. 

Articles by, against Lord Conway, 
1626. 1710, ff. 291,292. 
Articles charged against the Duke 
of Buckingham, 1626. 826, f. 24b. 
Relation of his impeachment in 
the House of Lords, 1626. 1008, ff. 6-9. 
Proceedings in Parliament relating 
to, 1626-1627. 1710, ff. 294 b-305 b. 
Speech in Parliament, 1640. 1430, 
ff. 20-23. 

Digby (John), LP., of M,nsfield Wood- 
tmu.¢«, co. Notts. Letters to 3. Petiver, 
with drafts of answers, 1715. 4065, 
ff. OO- OOl 

Mayerne, 17th cent. 2220, f. 201 b. 
Medi»a] prescription of, for pht hisîs, 
17th cent. Lat. 2812, f. 42. 
• Let ters to, from B. Herland al. 
Severiaius, 1663. 2870, ff. 151 b, 153b. 
Digby (Kenelme). Letter to  Abdell, 
with draft of answer, n. d. 4066, f. 321. 
I)igby (Lettice), Baroness Off«ly; wido,o 
of 8i,. Robert Di9b.. of Colcstill. Letter 
to Lord Falkland, 1626. 3827, f. 77. 
Digby (William), 5th Baron Digby. 
Letter to Sir H. Sloane, 1707. Imperf. 
404_, f. 371. 
I)igges (Si». Dudley), M.P. fo»" Kent. 
Arguments in the conference with the 
Lords, 1628. 826, f. 53. 
Key to a cipher, circ. 612. 2717, 
ff. 3, 4. 
I)igges (Leonard), S'en. l'reface to his 
"Pantometria," 17th cent. Exlr«ct. 
3323, f. 174. 
Diggs (Robert). Collectaaea de praxi 
medica. 17th cent. 1227. 
Dijck (Arnoldus van), Goud«nus. Com- 
mentaria philosophica in Aristotelis logi- 
cam, 1674. Auto.dr. 3177. 
. Commentaria in logicam, 1675. 
A utoyr. 3178. 
Dikson (John), 3/,.g. d'oamis Rail dis- 
cipulus. Wrote, in 1613, MS. 3371, 
ff. 1-22. 
Dillenius (John Jame»), M.D. ; P,.ofessor 
Sir H. 
4055, 

I)igby (,%" Kenelm), Chancellor fo the 
dueen .]lother, Henrietta l,o-kt. Obser- 
vations on Sir T. Browne's Religio medici, 
1642. 904, ff. 222-239 b. 
Exposition of Spenser's verses con- 
«erning the soul and body of man, in a 
letter to Sir E. Stradling, ante 1644. 20. 
Of bodies, 1651. 2781, ff. 78-91. 
------La guérison des playes par la 
Poudre de Sympathie, ante 1658. 3297. 
Collections des procéds de chymie 
de, post 1665. 2012. 

of Botany ot Oxfo«d. Letters to 
Sloane, 1734--174â. 4053» f. 222; 
f. 350; 4057, f. 172. 
- Letter to S. Brewer, n. d. 
f. 322. 

4066, 

Letters to Dr. J. G. ficheuchzer, 
n.d. 4066, ff. 323, 325. 
Dillingham (S--), .Printer, of London. 
Letters to Dr. Glisson, n.d. 2251, ff: 
20 b, 93 b. 
Dillingham (William), :Master of E,n- 
manuel College, Cand»-idge. Letter to, 
fromSir P. Meadowe, 164-4. Let. 1710, 
f. 180. 
- Letter to, from D. Heinsius, 1647. 
Lat. 1710. f. 181. 



INDEX. 145 

Dillingham (William), Master of 
lnanuel Colle.le, 6*ambrid,je (continued). 
Letters to, from J. Hacket, 1652-1661. 
Lat. and Engl. 1710, fL 182-202. 
Letter to, from J. Pearson, [ 1659]. 

1710, f. 224. 
- - Letters to, from Archbishop San- 
croft, 1671-1685. 171 O» ff. 204-21fi b. 
- Letter fo, from J. Tillotson, 1680. 
1710, L 217. 
-------- Letters to, from G. Burnet, n.d. 
1710, ff. 219-223. 

Dindimus. v. Romances. 

Dirtham (Samuel), 3,r.D., of StamfoM, 
co. Line. Letters to Sir H. Sloane, 
1702. 4075» ff. 70, 71. 

Dinnish (Catharine), of Colchester. 
Certificate recotnmending ber to be 
touche,t for the King's evil, 1676. Lat. 
206, B. f. 6.'2. 

Diocles, Car!tstius. EpistoIa "De mor- 
borutn proesaiis ad Antigonum Regem," 
17th cent. Transl. 1592, ff. 14-20 b. 

Diodati (Giovanni), of Gc«eva. Epistoloe 
ad, a J. Dury, 1631, 1633. 654, ff. 77, 79. 

Diodati (Theodorê), Sen., M.D., of 
Lomton. Medicamenta quzedam tra, lita 
ab, ad Theod. Turquet de Mayerne, 
17th cent. 1991, ff: 79-82; 2077, ff. 
46-53 b. 

Diodati (Theodore), Jua., M.D., of 
London. Ecerpta contra varios morbo 
ex ejus MS., circ. 1650. 182, ff. 11 b- 
99 b, 103-139 b. 
-- Medical prescriptions, 1670-1680. 
Lot. 179, A., pssim. 

Dionysius, Exi,juus. 
l lth cent. 263 £ 18 b. 
------- Tabuloe super calendarium» 
cent. 3540, f. 7 b. 
Dionysîus, Perieg'tes. De situ 
15th cent. '2.017, ff. 40-87. 

Versus de annis, 

13th 

orbis, 

Dionysius, £'., Areopagita. Translation 
of his " De coelesti hierarchia," by F. d' 
Amiens 15th cent. 3049. 

------- De mystica theol-gia e versione J. 
Scoti, 15th cent. 441, ff. 62 b-71 b. 

Epistola ad Poly¢arpum, e versione 
J. ,Scoti, 15th cent. 441, ff. 71-76. 

De Sel'aphin ex ejus Ecclesiastica 
Hierarchia, cap. iv., 15th cent. 441, 
76-79. 

-. Legenda de, 15th cent. 1936 
ff. 34-38. 

I)ionysius, 
eo, Rustico 
2916» f. 121. 
Dioscorides 

S., Iartr. blemoria de 
et Eleutherio, 15th cent. 

(Pedacius). 

Liber medi- 

cinarum, 12th cent. 1975, ff. 49 b-73. 
 De arboribus, 12th cent. F«agm. 
1044, f. 35. 
-------- De medicamœentis simplicibus, 16th 
cent. Gr. 804. 

De physicis ligaturis, 17th cent. 
3848, ff. 36-40. 

Dippel (Johann Conrad). Colleetanea 
de, 18th cent. 2890, ff. 52-55. 

I)isney (F,-aucis). Surgeon, of London. 
Letter fo Sir H. Sloane, n. d. 4075, f. 69. 

I)isney (Richard). 
2778. 

Formerly owned MS. 

:Ditcher (John), Jun., of Bath. Lettêr 
to Sir H. Sloane, 174,2. 4057, f. 125. 

Ditton (Humphry), Mathematiehn. Let- 
. 4o, 
ters to Sir H. Sloane, n d. 4058, ff: » " 
245. 

Dive Leske, a Pol,_,ian. v. ben,tivogius 
(MichaeI). 
Dives sieur ardens s. = Sanctus 
Desiderius. Latin anagram of Alex- 
andre Toussaint Limojon de St. Didier. 
3642, f. 51 b. 
I)ixon (John), of Sleaford. Notes and 
additions to an old collection of medical 
receipts, 17th cent. 292, ff. 1-47 b, 53- 
59b. 

Dixon (Thomas). Letter to ir H. 
Sloane, 1721. Lat. 4.046, f. 108. 

Dixwell (Col. John), Regicide. Auto- 
graph signatur% circ. 1654. 645, f. 46. 

Dobelius (Johauaes Jacobus), Unirersi- 
tatis Rostochiensis Rector. 0ratio a,I 
academi¢os» 1669. 2888, ff. 17-20. 

Dobrzanski (Andrew), Ecclesiarum 
tractu Vil,,ensi lnspector. Epistola ad, a 
J. Dury, 1636. 654, f. 60. 
]3obson (John). Formerly owned 
1471. 

Dobson 
Alderman of 
SIoane, 1730. 
Dobyns (J--). 

(William), Apothec,ry, 
York. Letter to Sir H. 
4075, f. 79. 
Formerly owned MS. 3229. 

Dockwra (Henry), Baron 
Treasurer at W,«r for [reland. 
to» from Lord Loftus and Lord 
16.. Cvpy. 3827, f. 175. 
Letter to Lord Falklaud, 
3827, f. 179. 

Dockwra ; 
Warrant 
Cork, 

SLOANE INDEX. 1 



146 

INDKX. 

Dod (John), Fellow of Jesus Colle:te, 
Cambridge. Sermon on malt, lhte 17th 
cent. 619, f. 43; 3769, f. 21. 

:Dod (Paul). Doctor's bill to, from Dr. 
Beilingham, 1671. 447, ff. 3, 3b. 

:Dod (Peirce), $LD., Ph!ls',,n fo St. 
Bartholo.mew's llo,pital, Lori&m. Letter 
to Sir H. Slo,,ne, 1735. 4054, f. 144. 

Doesburgh (Johau à), Theologl«al student 
at Utrecht. Autograph in album, 1668. 
1795 or 2597, f. 63. 
I)oetri (Christian), 3[edicus, of Wolffen- 
biittel. Autograph in album, 1696. 
2360, f. 18. 
I)oglioni (Giovanni Battista), Physicion 
at Venice. Consilium medicum, 1635. 
ltal. 2253, ff. 261 b-265. 

I)od (Richard), Barber-Surgeon, of London. I)okysworth ( ). Wrote, in 
Formerly owned MS. 5. 15th cent., 1I8. 148, ff. 1-40. 

Dodd (,'oger), l:ishop o.f Meath. Quoes- 
tiones theologicoe in vespere Comitiorum 

the 

Dolben (John), Bishop of ltochester, 
afterw. Archbishop of York. Letter to 

apud Cantabrigiam disputatoe, circ. 
1580. 478. 

Dodding (Edward), .1LD., Fellow of 
Tcinit!l College, Cambrid.qe. Copy of the 
Pil]ularium of P. de Conflentia, i»ter- 
spersed with his own prescrîptious, 1581- 
1582. Hologr. 381. 

Doddridge (Sir John), Justice of the 
lfing's Be,och. History of the Princi- 
pality of Wales, Duchy of Cornwall, and 
Earldom of Chester, 17th cent. 3081 ; 
3479, ff. 10-5.q. 
Treatise on the Union of England 
and Scotland, 1604. 3479, ff. 59-67. 
Treatise on maritime law, 17th 
cent. 

3479, f. 68. 
Treatise on the nobility of England, 

17th cent. 3479, ff. 149-199. 
Dodoens (Rembert). Efficacioe hrbarum 
quarundam, 17th cent. 2880, ff. 6-15 

Dodonoeus (Rembertus). v. Dodoens 
(Rembert). 
I)odsworth (Ellinor), eldest d«uflhter of 
I:oger Dodsworth, the Antiq,ary. Letter 
to a physician at Halifax, 1658. 4078, 
f. 383. 
Dodsworth (Matthew), Recto," of Sessay, 
co. }'ork. Letters to Dr. L. Plukenett with 
answer, 1680, 1681. 4062, ff. 196, 204. 
Dodsworth (R..bert), onl.v son of Roger 
Dodsworth, the Antiq,«a,y. Royal letter 
for the renewal of his lease for the tithe 
corn of Heighington, temp. Chas. II. 
856, L 14 b. 
Dodsworth (Roger), A ntiquary. 
grees fi-om his collections, 17th 
1429 ff. 39-53 b, 91-104 b. 
Doé (Nicolas), Pè,e. Liste des 
envoyés à, 18th cent. 2887, f. 81. 

Pe,li- 
cent. 

I i vres 

Lord Carlisle with answer, 1683. 2724, 
ff. 104, 15. 
Letter to, fi'om R. Newman and 
P. Barwick, 1682. 3299, f. 71. 
I)olemn (8;r Humphrey), of Lincoln's 
1,n. Articles of partnership in an 
invention for preserving food, 1685. 
3646, ff. 82-89. 
I)olnus (Martin), M.D. Letters to Sir H. 
Sloan% 1713, 1718, and n. d. 4043, 
f. 204; 4045, f. 162; 4058, f. 247. 
Domonoeh (Thomas). Wrote, in 1672, 
MS. 3209. 
Dometeus. Treati»e on alchemy, 17th 
cent. 203a, f. 41. 
Domica Isle, W. [nd;es. Signs to 
know it when apFroaching by sea 17th 
cent ooo 1. 34. 
Sailing course from. to Terra 
Firma 17th cent. 2292, £ 34. 
Sailing course t o, from San Do- 
ming% 17th cent. ooao £ 37 
Dominis (Marco Antonio de), Archlop 
of Spalatro. Versus de, a F. Thory, 17th 
cent. Lat. and Ff. 176, f. 89. 
Donati (Donato). Letter to J. Petiver, 
n.d. Ff. 4066, £ 326. 

Donatus (ChristianusY Notoe in ejus 
metaphysicam, 1694. 2886, ff. 47-121. 
Exercitium disputatorium in ejus 
regulas metaphysicas, 1695. 2851, B. 
ff. 79-99. 

Doneaster, co. Yo,.k. Epitaph in the 
church, 1601. 3836, f. 30 b. 

Doneaster, Viscount. v. Hay (James). 

Donck (Jan van der). Lumen luminum : 
au alchemical tract, 1597. Dutch. 1255, 
ff. 72-101 b. 

Doering (George Charles), .ll.D, of 
/.o/un. Case of a foetus re,naining :Dono h( ). Bi|ls .of grocery for him 
three years in the mother's womb, 1726. and is wife, 1562 3162, ff. 15, 16, 
Lat. 3984, ff. 211-217. 18 b, 20, 22, 25. 



INDEX. 

147 

I)onellan (John), Ens@n in Curir Les- 
lle's reyi»wnt in the £mperial service. 
List of minerai productions sent by, te 
Dr. E. Browne, 1669. 1922, f. 32. 
• Account of Bleyberg, 17th cent. 
1922, f. 35. 
- - Letters te Dr. E. Browne. 1669- 
1671. Ix33, ff. 165-170; 1911-1913, 
ff. 126-12! b. 

Dones (Giovanni). v. Downes (John),. 2LD. 
I)onn (D--). EI,it.aph on J. Feiton, 1628. 
826, f. 197. 
I)onne (John), De, m of St. l'a,d's, London. 
Detlicatory letter te, frein J. Barrye, 
[1625]. 1304, f. 176. 
L Poetical pieces, 17th cent. 542, 
f. 11, et passi,,« ; 1792, ff. 27, 38 b-41, 
45, 47, 5J b, 3. 
I)onors of MSS. v. 31SS., Oners of. 
I)onstaple. v. Dunstable, ce. ledf. 
I)oody (John). &n., Apoth«car!/, of Lon- 
don. l'ersona| memoranda, 1616-1658. 
2353, ff. 1-5. 
- Receptoe medicoe et morborum 
descriptio, 1675. 2353, ff. 6-111. 
Doody (John), Ju,., Apot/,ec,-w!/, of Lon- 
don. Receptoe medicoe, 18th cent. 2318, 
ff. 1-14. 
-- Culinary aud medical receil,tS , llSth 
teur. 2330. 
------- Owned, in 1707, MS. 1084. 
Doody (Joseph), of Stafford. Letter te 
J. l'ctiver, 1703. 4063, f. 206. 
Doody (Samuel), t?otanist, of London. 
Bot«nical notebook, 1687-1688. 3361. 
------ Re:nedia selecta, 17th cent. 2297. 
De muscis, 17th cent. 2'-315. 
- • Catalogus fungorum, 17th cent. 
2316. 

Experimeuta chemica, 17th 
2317. 
-- Receptoe medieœe, 18th cent. 
ff. 1-14. 

cent. 

2318, 

Accompt of bottles and phials 
bought of G. Styant, 1702-1706. 2318, 
ff. 16-3 l. 
- Letters te Sir H. Sloane 1704, and 
n.d. 4039, f. 326; 4058, ff: 248, 250. 
- , Letters fo J. l)etiver, 1704, and 
». d. 4064, f. 10; 4066, ff. 0_7-339 b. 
Letter to from G. London 1685. 
4062 f. 14. 
Letter to, ri'oto H. Jones, 1697. 
4062, L 268. 

f. 6. 

Autograph in album, 1697. 

Doppelmayer (Johann Gabriel), l'ro- 
fesse," of Ast,'onomy awl 2Vat«ral Philo- 
sophy at Nurem6erg. Crrespondence 
with Dr. J. G. Scheuchzer, 1727. Germ. 
196., flic 15, 17. 
Letter t,, Sir H. Sl,ane, 1734. 
4053, ff. 200. 
Lettcr te, from Sir II. Sienne, 
1734. 4068, f. 243. 

Dorchester, ce. Dors. Defeat of Crom- 
weil's herse at, by Lor, l (;,,ring, [1645 t 
151J, f. 80. 

Dorchester, ce. Oxon. Inscriptions an,i 
arms fronl th0. church 1597. 3836, 
t".14. 

Dorchester, 
(Katharine). 
, M,_,)',l,(is of. 
I)ordelu (J daan). 
274.% D. 

Co,mtess of. c. Sedley 

r. l'ierrel,ont (Henry). 
Owned, in 1598, 

Doria (Paulus Matthias), 3[athem«ticiau. 
Letter to Sir H. Slaane and the Royal 
8ociety, [1732. Let. 4058, f. 252. 

Dormer (Charles), 2,«l L'arl qf Go'narron. 
Letter to Dr. Stanley, ante 1695. 4034, 
300. 

Dormer (John), M.P. 
Autogral,h signature, cire. 1654. 645, 
f. 46. 

Dorn (Gen, r, lus). Chymisticum artiticium 
natur.'e theori«um et practicum, 156s. 
1627, ff: 
His exclamation to God, translated 
by Dr. D. Foote, 17h cent. 632, L '2. 
"A treatise of John T,'itheme con- 
cerninge the sl,agiricke :t,'tifice exl,osed 
and interpreted " by G. Dorn, translated 
by Dr. D. F, mte, 17th cent. 032, ri. 6-25 b. 

Dorp (Wille,n van), Cal)tain (¢ t/,e herse 
in Leyden g,o'rson. Warrant fi,r pay te, 
with lis receipt, 1573. Dutch. 2764, 
ff. 196, 197. 

Dorrington (An,lrewe), of Z'orne. 
merly owned MS. 1124. 

For- 

Dorrington .(Davi, l). Poem to Sir H. 
51oane, n.d. 3516, f. 99. 

Dorscheus 

(Joannes Georgius), Pro- 
f«ssor of Theolo./y et Str ,ssb,,rg. Corre- 
spondence on the sul»ject of Dury's 
negotiatioas for Protestaut unity, 1633. 
402, ff. 16-91 ; 1465, ff. 111-149. 
--Letter to from J. Dury, 1633. 
Let. 654, f. 47. 

Dorset, Earls qL 

r. Sackville. 



148 

INDEX. 

Dorth (Johannes à), of 
megcn. Autograph in 
1795 or 2597, f. 57. 

IVesel, ne er Nij- 
album 1671. 

Dortous de :lairan (Jean Jacques), 
3[.D. Letters to Sir H. Sioane, 1733- 
1735. /er. 4053, ff. 116,241; 4054, f. 15. 
Letter to '. J. Geoffroy, n.d. Ff. 
4066, f. 331. 
Letter to, from Sir H. Sloane, 
173:. Fr. 406., f. 21,q. 

D'Orville (Willem), Min;ster at l[aar- 
lem.. Letter to, from H. Ruysch, 1711. 
Dutcl. 4064, f. 246. 

Dottin (Ilenl'y), of Gra!t's Inn, Lolulon. 
Letter to J. Petiver, n.d. 3322, f. 164. 

Douce (Fl'ancis). l.etter to Sir H. Sloane, 
1738. Imperf. 4055, f. 374. 

Douce (Francis), 
Brith'h Museum. 
tion of MS. 160. 

h'eeper of the MSS., 
Note on the descrip- 

Dougls (Archibald), 8th Earl of Angus. 
Letter to, from Lord Leicester, [1581]. 
3199, f. 125. 

DouglRs (Archibald), Scottish Amb,_«ssa- 
dot to :Engl, md. Letter to, from Sir F. 
Walsingham, 158718]. 3199, f. 258. 

Douglas (Sir George), of Pittend,-iech, 
M, ster of An!luS. Answer of the Scottish 
Council to the memorial brought by, 
from tlenry VIII., [1543]. Copy. 3199, 
f. 232. 

Letter to the Duke of Suffolk, 
154. Col.,?/. 31'._'J, f. 82. 

Douglas (J). Letters to J. l'etiver, 
n.d. 4066, f. 332. 

Douglas (James), 4th E«rl of J[orton, 
Regent of S«otland. Declaration for 
keeping the abstinence, 1573. 3199, 
f. 68. 

Memoranda of his measures, 1573. 
3199, f. 69. 

Douglas (James), 1st 13aroei l[m'dington. 
Medical prescril,livns foi', 1651. 1055, 
ff. 89 b-90 b. 

Douglas (8h" James), qf/Vel. Letter to 
Lord Carlisle, 1682. '_'724, L 179. 

Douglas (J.,ne..), 2,u! /)u,'e of Queens- 
berr!l. Post-morte,,, examination, 1711. 
3323, f. 16.3. 
Douglas (James). 31.D. Letters to Sir 
H. loane, n.d. 405, ff: 252-261 b. 

Dougls (John), qf Antigua. Letters to 
J. Petiver, 1712-1714, an,i n.d. 3322, 
f. 54 ; 4065, ff. 6.'2.114, 121 ; 4066, f. 333. 

Douglas (John), Surgeon. 
Sir H. Sloane, 1722-1736. 
4048, f. 267; 4054, f. 218. 

Lettel'., to 
4046, f. 314 ; 

Douglts (Margaret), d«ughter of Archi- 
bld, Earl of Angus, arM afte,'w, wife of 
3[atthew, 4th F.arl of Lennox. MS. 7e, 
ff. 213-216, was dedicated to her by 
J. Drummond, cU'c. 1540. 

Douglas (William), «,f Lochlevo. War- 
rant of the  
coltish Council to, for the 
detenti,,n of Mary, Queen of Scots, at 
Lochleven, 1.567. (.bpy. 3199, f. 3. 
lnjunctions to, ri'oto James VI., 
1572. Copy. 3199, L 4. 
Dougls (William), Marquis, «fterw. 1st 
Duke, of Q,eensbcrry. Letter to Lot,! 
Carlisle, 1''° _.,, 
0_. 27"'" f. 11.5. 
Dougls (William). 2nd Earl of M«,ch. 
Notes ou opening his body, 1730. 3984, 
f. 43. 

Doultresaille (Jehau), Merchant of 
Metz. Indulgence to, for ¢ontributiu 
to the reduction of the Greeks, 1436. 
Lat. 3281, L 2 b. 
Dousa, (Janus), Sen., Dominus à Nom'd- 
,,'yck. Epigrammata exAgathia versa l,er 
17th cent. 2764, f. 143. 
Dous (Janus), Jun. Eigrammata et 
epitaphia varia, 17th cent. 2764, passim. 
----- Epicedium in ejus funus, 17th cent. 
2764, ff: 156-161 b. 
Dousenbray, Comte. v. l'ajot (Louis 
Léon). 
D'Ouvilly (George Gerbier). r. Gerbier 
D'Ouvilly (George). 
Dove (Richard), Mon/: of Bucl:fath :th 
Abbey, co. Devon. Coml,iled an,| wrote, 
in the 15th cent., MS. 513. 
Dove House. How to stre a d,,ve 
bouse, 15th cent. 122, f. 69 b. 

Dorer, co. lt'ent. Royal chai-ter addl'essed 
to the Constable of, touching the De- 
spensers, father and son, 1365. Ff. 
16th cent, copy. 1301, f. 24:. 
Discourses on its l,ort, by Sir W. 
Ralegh and Sir H. Shere, 17th cent. 
3828, ff: 181-188. 
Description of, by Dr. E Browne 
1693. 1911-1913, f. i95. 
Dorer, Family of. Pedigree, 17th cent. 

1429, f. 40 b. 
Dorer (J--), of Buenos A yres. 
to J. Petiver, 1716. 3322, f. 91. 

Letter 

Dorer (John), Generol of the 
Scholars C, mlmny of Bellringcr 
in 1636, MS. 3463, ff. 1-32. 



INDEX. 

I)over (Th,Jmas), M.D., of B,'is/oL Let- 
ters to Sir 1t. Sloane, 1721, 1731, and 
n.d. 40 5, f. O ; 4051, f. 225 ; 4058, 
ff. 264, 265. 

Dowdall (Elizabeth), wf¢ of $5" Jo,n 
Dowd«ll of Aïljïnny. Narrative of the 
siege of Kilfinny Castle, 164'2. lIologc. 
1008, ff. 66-69. 

:Dowdall (Laurence), of Jam«a. 
to , n.d. 4066, f. 334. 

Letter 

Dowdeswell (Richard), of Pull Cou "t in 
Eushley, co. Vorc. Letter to W. Courten, 
166S. 3515, f. 44. 

Dowell (John). 
heretica 17th 
f. 21. 

T. Hobbes' Leviathan 
cent. Extract. 2594, 

DowgLll (Robert). Letler to, fi'om E. 
Duncumb, 165. 2251, f. 122. 
Dowglas (John). Sermon of H. Latymer 
before Edw. VI. on 2 March, 1550, tran- 
scribed b)q 1550. 1460. 
Down and Connor, Eishop off 
Smyth (Edward). 
Downes (Christian), da«ghte," of Dr. 
Do.«ne% and wife of Dr. Turberille. 
Letter to h.r lhther, 1692. Ff. 203, 
f. 33. 

I)ownes (Col. John), l:egicidc. Auto- 
graph signature, ch'c. 1654. 645, f. 46. 
:Downes (John), 3LD., l'hysician fo 
St. Bartholomew's and Ch,'ht's IIospitals. 
Medical collections, 1640-1695. 203. 
Diary 1663-1673. 175. 
Journal while travelling abroad, 
1664. 179» A. ff: 1-48 b. 
Journal while travelling in France 
and the Netherlands, 1666, 1667. 177, 
ff. 1-25 b. 
Observations on Oxford and its" 
neighbourhood, 17th cent. Lot. 187, 
ff. 4-7b. 
Formul.x pharmaceuticoe, 1654. 
196. 
- . Excerpta, notata, et proescripta, 
1660. 185 ; 186. 
Collectanea medica 170-1690. 
204, A.-D. 
Commonplace-book, 1674. 202 
tt. 1-29 b. 
Papers re|ating to his appointment 
as Phvsician to Christ's and St. Bartho- 
lomev's Hospitals 1682. 3299, ff. 56 
62-64, 66-72. 

:Dow-es (John), 

lartholomvw' s 
(continued). Miscellaneous 
chiefly medical, 17th cent. 
Collectanea medica, 
1195. 

M.D., Physi«an to St. 
and Christ' s llo,pitals 
collection 

179, A. 

17th cent. 

De uriuis et de generatiue uotata, 

17th cent. 182, 

Medical receipts, 17th cent. 
ff. 17 b-20 b. 
Notata medica, 17th cent. 191, 
ff. 1-8. 
Formuloe remediorum, 17th cent. 
192. 
-------- Notata de variis morbis, 17th cent. 
507. 
- Notata quoedam et excerl,ta , 17th 
cent. 1953. 

ff. 1-2'% 30 b-35 b. 
189, 

Mechanical ai,l astronomical 
memoranda, 17th cent. ltal. 191, ff. 
9-17. 
------- Meteorological journal, inter- 
spersed with anecdotes and observation», 
1680-1692. 176. 

Diarium meteorologicum, 27 Al, r. 
1692-26 Sept. 1694. o o 
.0Æ ff. 30-49 b. 
Reflections on the distractions 
Clristendon, 17th cent. [mperf. 1,7, 
ff. 8-58. 
Catalogue of his books, 166;. 
IIolog,'. 177, ff, 26-31 b. 

Private and family prayers, 17th 
198, ff. 5:2 b-71 b. 

cent. 

1666. 

166t. 

- Letter to, from G. Gualdo, 165. 
3o« f. 180. 
"Letter to, ri'oto A. Vorstius, 1660. 
ltal. 4062 f. 150. 
- Letter to, from J. Zerbiua, 
.¥. [,r.perf. 4062, f. 165. 
Letter to, from R. Collins, 
4062, f. 172. 

Letter to, from Lord Hatton, n. d. 
4066, fi 371. 

Dornes (Thomas), 3lercer, of Londo,,. 
Astrological scheme for discovery of 
theft at his warehouse, 1614. 332, 
ff. 74 b-7'. b. 

Downing (Sir George), 1st Ba,'t. 
to, of a Tellership 
1656. 3243. 

Grant 
in the Exchequer, 

Anatomical observations and ex- . Letters to Lord Carlisle, 

- Accompt as trustee for Lord 
Carlisle, 167-1680. 2723, ff: b2 94. 
162. 

1680- 

periments, 1680-1694. 256. 
. Miscel]aneov. memorauda, 
1696. 18_. 

2723, ff. 103-106 b ; 2724, ff. 159, 160. 
-- Letter to, ri'oto Lord Carlisle, 1681. 
2724 f. 140. 



INDEX. 

Downing (Sir George), 2n,l B,,rt. Royal 
letter mandatory to the Master and 
Fellows of Sidney Sussex College to elect 
him a fellow, tcmp. Chas. ll. 856, f. 32. 
- Letter t,) Lord Carlisle, n. d. 2724, 
f: 162. 
Downing (Henry). Letter to Sir H. 
Sloane, 1726. 4075, f. 73. 
Dowsett (Edward), of tleading. Letter 
to Sir H. Sloane, 1739. 4075, f. 75. 
]]rabicius (Nicolaus). Revelationes 
quœedam, 1659, 1661. 64, ff: 63, 69. 
• Letter to-----, 1658. Lat. Copy. 
648, f. 70. 
]]rage (William), Apot/ecary, of Ilitchin, 
co. Ilertf. Brief vindication of astrology, 
17th cent. 2279, ff. 35-39 b. 
-- Astrologo-l,hysical method of 
],ractising phy»ic, 17th cent. 2279, 
ff. 63 b-68 b. 
-- Proof f the existence of witches, 
î[7th cent. 2279, f. 118 b. 
]]rake (--), Female Practitioner in 
Medicine. Letter to Sir H. Sloane, 1723. 
4047, f. 38. 
]]rake (Sir Francis), Admiral. Relation of 
his third voyage to the W. htdies in 1572 
and 1573 by P. Nicholls, copied by F. 
Drake, te,np. Chas. I. 301. 
Narrative of the first part of his 
second voyage round the world by Rev. 
F. Fletcher, COl,ied in 1677. 61. 
- Voyages to the W. Indies, in 1585, 
to Cadiz in 1587, and to the Indies in 
1595, 17th cent. 43, ff. 13, 14 b, 36 b. 
-- Charges for his fleet, 1588. 2450, 
ff. 79-101. " 
Orders for his forces, 1589. 2497, 
£47. 
Voyage into the W. Indies, 1595. 
2177, f. 18 b. 
Notice of his life, 17th cent. lt, d. 
and L'ng. 3962, f. 39. 
Note of a piece of the ship Pelican 
preserved at a friar's house in Paris, 
171h cent. 524, f. 178. 
I)rake (Sir Francis), 1st Bart., nep/,ew of 
Admiral 1)rake. Copy of P. Nicholl's 
relation of the third voyage ruade by Sir 
F. Drake to the W. Indies, tcmp. Chas. I. 
301. 
]]rake (Sir Francis), 2nd Bart. Summons 
to witnesses in the case of Henlye v. 
Hitchcocke, 1633. 3299, f. 42. 
:I:)rake (Francis), Sm:qeon, of York. Let- 
ters to Sir H. Sloane, 1731-1738 and 
n.d. 4052, ff. -02-24, 221, 283; 4054, 
ff. 7, 9; 4055, f. 324; 4058, f. 267. 

X)rake (J--). Letter to Il. Power, 1664. 
Copy. 1326, f. 43 b. 

)rake (J--). Letters to Sir H. Sioane, 
1700, 1706. 4038, f. 5 ; 4040, L 197. 

])rake (J;,mes). Letter to Sir H. Sloaue, 
7233. 4047, f. 42. 

)rake (John). Formerly owned MS. 3759. 

]Drake (Samuel), lïcar of -hormantoe, 
co. YorÆ. Letter to Dr. H. Power, [1646]. 
3515, L 68. 

:Drama. Essays on, 17th cent. 2790, 
ff. 11-20, 49-53. 
-- Latin. Fraus lda, 
cent. 1855, ff. 71-84. 

comoedia, 17th 

- - Icou ecclesiastici, 1635. 

1767, ff. 2-17 b. 
-------- - AndronicusComnenus, tra- 
goedia, 1635. 1767, ff. 18 b-36 b. 
English. The Cypriau conqueror, 
or the faithless relict, 17th cent. 3709. 
. The Hypochondriac or the 
of love, 17th "cent. 1863, ff. 

turmoils 
43 b-70. 

ff: 1-45 b. 

cent. 

Comedy, 17th cent. 1828, 

- Prologue spoken at 
playhouse, ,-di,s the Parson's l;arn, 
Chelsea, 181h cent. 3516, f. 156. 

-- Fragment of a play, 17th 
1911-1913, f. 203. 
the 
in 

. List of plays at Lond,,n 
theatres, 1662. 1900, ff. 60 b-63 b. 
List of English plays, in- 
(.luding some of Shakespeare's, 17th cent. 
203, f. 306. 
French. Sentiments ofthe Freuch 
Academy on the tragi-comedy of the 
Cid, 17th cent. 2903, ff. 234-240. 
- Sketch for the composition 
of a pastoral drama, 17th cent. Fr. 
2013 ff. 88-102 b. 
Italian. Eutichia comedia, 
ltal. Extracts. 850, f. 60. 

cent. 

1554. 

Polish. Fragment of a play, 17th 
1361 ff. o. ooo b. 
Spanish. Discourse ou the admis- 

sibility of the representation of comedies, 
1649. Span. 3959, ff. 4-6. 
v. Boyle (Roger), 1st Earl qf Orrery. 
Du Rondel (Jacques). 
Hawkesworth (Walter). 
Moatagu (Walter). 
Ruggle (George). 
Seneca (Lucius Annoeus). 
Shakespeare (William). 



INDEX. 

151 

Draper (Clement), 2Jerchant, of Zondon. 
Trading accompts, 1578-1580. 320 
ff. 2 b-32. 
- Collection of 
alchemical receipts and 
3657 ; 3748. 
Owned MS. 1423. 

chemical and 
processes, 1597. 

Draper (Robe,). Letter to Bishop 
Andrewes, [1619-1626]. Lat. 118, f. 44. 
DrawS.ngs. Drawings illustrative of the 
history of medicine, of rations diseases 
and of surgical instruments, 15th cent. 
6, ff. 175-177 b. 
Simplicia medicamenta depicta, 
circ. 1500. It,d. 4016. 
L Drawings of coats of arms and of 
seals, 16th-18th centt. 3424. 
Alchemical diagrams, 17th cent• 
2036, f. 84 b ; 3685. 
- Drawings ofIndian snakecharmers, 
17th cent. 4013, f. 1 b. 
Drawings of animais, 17ih cent. 
4015, ff. 37-49. 
Drawings of plants, 17th cent. 
4012. 
Drawings of fuoguses, 17th cent. 
4015, ff. 19-33 b. 
Astrological drawing of King 
Ptolomeus, 1641. 3570, f. 1. 
Sketches of ships, 1665. 1831, A. 
ff. 42 b--44. 
Drawing of a monster born at 
Hanover, 1701. 4063, f. 123. 
Drawings of the fungus Phalloides, 
1708. 4020, ff. 42--47. 
Drawings of minerals, 18th cent. 
4019, ff. 6-11. 
Drawings of Greek medals, 18th 
cent. 3962, f. 275. 
v. America. 
Art. 
Banister (Rev. John). 
Barbary. 
Blair (Patrick). 
Camellus (Georgius Josephus). 
Courteu al. Chm'leton (William). 
Covel (John). 
Cowper (William). 
Drax (William), Jtm. 
Gersten (Christianus Ludovicus). 
Groninge (Jan van). 
Hermannus (Paulus), 3[.D. 
Iudia, Ezt. 
Italy. 
haempfer (Eng.elbert). 
Kempthorne (John), Gtpt. 
Lange (J ohaun). 
Legge (George), Baron 
mouth 

1)art- 

Palmer Çrhomas), Principat 
Gloucester Hall, Oxford. 
Plumier (Charles). 
Scheuchzer (Johann Jacob). 
Supy (A--). 
Teshe (Sir William). 
Tozzi (Bruno). 
Vendrameno (Andrea). 
Westminster Abbey. 

Drax (Sir James). Notes of 
1611 or 1612, and death, 166z x. 
f. 109. 

birth, 
1708, 

Drax (William), Yun. Treatise on draw- 
ing, 17th cent. 3907. 

Drayton, co. 8uss. Lease of land in, 
1352. 1044, f. 257. 

Drayton (James), of M,«idstone. Letters 
to J. Petiver, 1713-1716, and n. d. 
3322, ff. 33, 74, 80, 92 ; 4066, f. 335. 

Dreams. De significatione somniorum, 
llth cent. [mpe,'f. 475, f. °.17 b. 
Rules for expounding dreams, 16th 
cent. [mperf. Lat. 3542, ff. 41-44 b. 
Relations of extraordinary dream» 

of emiueut persons 
tonius, Herodotus, 
Plutarch, 17th cent. 

• Notes ou 
works, 17th cent. 
f. 105. 

collected from Sue- 
Pliny, Suidas, and 
737, ff. 8-13. 
dreams ri'oto rations 
Lat. and En,jI. 737, 

:Notes respecting, 1620, 1714-1720. 
2721, ff. 112-119. 

v. Daniel, Prophela. 

Drélincourt 

(Charles), Jun., ]'rofessor 
of 3Iedicine et Leyd«n. Collegium medi- 
cinoe practicum, 17th cent. 1°68-127o. 
- Collegium practicum ad methodum 
J. Fernelii, 17th cent. 3287, ff. 1-25'.'. 
Collegium practicoe medicinoe, 17th 
cenî. 3288, ff. 174 b-188. 
Observationes anatomicoe in pri- 
vato collegio ejus, 17th cent. 1288, 
ff. 103-122; 3288, ff. 126-173. 
- Praxis medica, 17th cent. 150) ; 
3923, ff. 9-187 ; 3924. 
Proescripta medicinalia, 17th cent. 
1283. 
Annotata quoedam anatomica, 
1672--1673. 2825, ff. 52-68. 
Archiatri electoris Brandenburgici 
epistola ad, cum ejus responso, 1674. 
1268, ff. 4-16 ; 3925» ff. 1-. 
• Schema morborum generale, 1676. 
1268, ff. 1-3. 
Collegium anatomicum, 1676. 
1816 ff. 1-50. 



152 

INDEX. 

Dréhncourt (Charles), 

I) of e88or 
of Medicine af Leyden (contimwd). Ob- 
servafiones in humano eadavere, 1684. 

123_, f. 85-99. 
De morbis 
1271, ff. 14-151. 

Drevetiere ( 
Letter to, from 
Ff. 4069, f. 66. 
Dries (Anthonia van). 
Dutch. 2764, f. 122. 
Dries (Arent van). Verses, 
Dutch. 2764, f. 122. 
Dries (Cornelia va, 0. 
Dutch. 2764, f. 122. 

hmnanis, 17th cent. 

Annotationes in lecturas ejus de 
sceleto, 17th cent. 1288, ff. 48-102. 
De conceptu conceptus, 17th cent. 
1213, ff. 17 b-64. 
Experi,nenta anatomica, 17th cent. 
1292, ff. 1-38. 
Excerpta de sutura lambdoidea ex, 
17th cent. 1271, ff. 1-13. 
Excerl,ta de calculis ex, 17th cent. 
1292, ff. 39-41. 
3Iedicinoe exl, erimenta statica, 17th 
cent. 1292, ff. 42-43. 
Excerpta ex collegio 1,ractico ejus, 
1699. 1362, ff. 32-58. 
de la), Sieur de L'Isle. 
Sir H. Sloane, 1740. 

Verses, 17th cent. 

1 7th cent. 

Verses, 17th cent. 

:Druibesteîn (), A'anke,', of Vienru«. 
Letter to, from Dr. È. Browne, 1668. 
1908, f. 98 b. 
:Drummond (James), 4th Ea,'l of Perth. 
Letter to Lord Carlisle, 1682. 2723, 
f. 118. 

Drummund (Jonas). The defence of 
age and recovar of youth translated out 
of A. de Villa Nova, circ. 1540. 72, ff. 
213-216 b. 

:Drury (Sir Drew), Lieut¢n(_mt of t,e 
Tomr. Discharge from his office, 1596. 
Copy. 33, f. 14. 
Drury (Sir William), Deputy Governor of 
Berwick. Letter to Sir W. Ceeil, 1568. 
Copy. 3199, f. 25 b. 
Agreement with Lord Ruthven for 
besieging Edinb,,rgh Castle together, 
1573. Coi,g. 3199, f. 224. 

Drusus Germanicus (Nero Claudius). 
De eo navigante per Oceanum carmina 
Pedonis, 15th cent. çmI, erf. 777, f. 31. 

Dryden 
Ashby ; afterw. 
his committal 
answer fo the 
f. 33b. 

(Easmus), J.P., of Canons 
1st ]5'art. Account of 
to the Fleet and his 
accusation, 1604. 271, 

Dryden (John), Poet and I)ramatist. 
Remarks on Chapmaa's Homer, and on 
Cowley, 17th cent. 836, f. 83. 
Epilogue to Etherege's comedy, 
Sir Foppling Flutter, or the Ian of 
Mode, [1675]. 203, f. 95; 1458, f. 23. 
Extracts ri'oto his Absalom and 
Achitophel, 17th cent. 2332, f. 3 b. 
-Extracts ri'oto his miscellaneous 
poems, 1690. 2348, f. 39. 
Verses on him, as " lIr. Bayes," 
by Lord Midd]esex, 17th cent. 2332, f. 5. 
• Verses on, 17th cent. 1941, f. 3. 
-- Epigram on, 1702. 3065, f. 73. 
-Allusion to his living with his 
brother- in- law, Sir R. Howard, at 
Bramshill Park, 1663. 81, f. 71. 

:Du :Bec - Crespin (François René), 
3[arquis de l'ardes. "Letre des chanps 
Elisdes par 1' ombre de, à M . de Corbinelly," 
17th cent. 2885, ff. 11-26. 

:Dublar (5lagnus RSnnow). Odes to 
Charles XlI.ofSweden, 1716. Lat. 3421. 

:Dublin, City of. List of the Lord Mayors 
and sheriffs of, 1625-1636. 1008, f. 11. 
. Certificate by the Corporation of 
losse sustained by D. Bellingham from 
pirates, 1652. Signed and sealed. 1008, 
£ 180. 
- Patent of the College of Physicians 
in, 1692. 3914, ff. 181b-193. 
- Proposais for improving the bar- 
bout, by T. Burgh, 1707. 3329, f. 141. 

Du Bois (Charles). v. Bois. 

:Du Bois (Simon), Painter. Catalogue 
of his pictures, 17th cent. 1985, f. 14. 

:Dubordieu (Pierre). Remark on the 
application of philosophy to the art of 
painting, 17th cent. Ff. 2764, f. 204. 

:Dubosch (--), M.D., of _Paris. Letter 
to Sir H. Sloane, 1734. Ff. 4053, f. 361. 

Du Bourdet (. 
Sonnet. à, par 
f. 

), Capita5e aux gardes. 
Colletet, 17th cent. 895, 

Dubourdieu (Jean), Protestant Pastor. 
Letter to Sir H. Sloane, n.d. Fr. 4058, 
f. 269. 

Du Boys ( .), Ecclesi«stes 
tl(«noviensis. Epistola ad, a 
1632. 654, f. 166. 

Ecclesioe 
J. Dury, 

Du Cambout (César), M«rquis de Cois- 
lh. Sonnet sur la mort de, par J. O. 
de Gombauld, 1641. 895, f. 58. 



IhDEX. 153 

Du Chesne (Joseph), 

Chî.mit. Pestis 
Alexicacus, 17th cent. Excerpts. 2604, 
ff. 26-29 b ; 3119, ff 71-74. 
Pharmacopoeia dogmaticoru,n res- 
tituta, 17th cent. Excerpts. 3118, 
ff. 265 b-272 b ; 3634, ff. 56-66 b. 
Defensio philosophiœe hermeticoe, 
17th cent. Excerlts. 3118, ff. 294 b- 
301. 
- De medicamentorum spagyrica pr- 
paratione, 17th cent. ExceTts. 3118, 
ff. 313 b-331. 
Responsio ad Aubertum Midonis 
de metalli% 17th cent. 3119, ff. 331 b- 
335 b. 
Tetras, 17th cent. Excerpts. 
3118, ff. 476 b-487.b. 
Tinctura auri, 17th cent. 3505, 
f. 207. 
- Alehemical reeeipts, 17th cent. 
1389, ff. 21(}-216. 
Chemieal reeeipts, 17th cent. 
1627 ff. 64-66. 
Censure of Sir H. Platt on his 
chemical preparations, 17th cent. 2223, 
ff. 18-24. • 
Selectiora ex, 17th ceut. 2223, 
fl: 53-56 ; 3119, ff. 178 b-193. 
Duchrow (Chri.,tophorus), qf C.)lber:l b 
l'omer«nia. Autograph in album, 1693. 
2360, f. 82. 
Ducie (,Sir William), 3rd 13«rî. Warrant 
for grant to, of the advowson of Charl- 
ton, co. Kent, temp. Chas. II. s56, f. 
39b. 

Duckenfeild (Col. Robert), 6o,.'e,n,»" of 
Chcser. Proposed graut of commission 
to, for the execution of maloEial law, 
1650. 1519, f. 214. 
Duckett (Thomas), .Practitio,w," in 
l"hysic. Proposais for improvement of 
land, [1646]. 2404. 
Du Comm (), Ministre, af Bris- 
tol, s of thc Pssiaa commissary and 
receiver in t Pri-ip«lity of AYufchatcl. 

Letter to Sir 
4053, f. 302. 
Du Commun 

}t. bi»nue, 1734. Fo. 

Commissaire et 

Receveur de sa 31ajestd Prussienne, 
Maître Bourgeois de la Ville de Bon,ri 
près A'uch«tcl. Letter fo Sir H. Sioane, 
1735. /ïr. 1968, f. 60. 
Du Commun (Susan :). Letter to Sir 
H. Sloan% 1724. 4047, f. 186. 
Du Croc (--), French Ambassador in 
Scotland. Letters to the Archbishop of 
Glasgow, 1566. Copies. 319'.b ff. 141 b, 
149b. 

Dudelingtone (Tl,omas de), Frater 
JIinor Cantabri,jiensis. Formerly owned 
hlS. 1726. 
Dudgeon (John). Resignation of the 
grant of the secretaryship of Bermuda, 
169'3. 2902 f. 102. 
- Letter to J. Petiver, 170. 3321, 
f. 134. 
Dudley, co. Staff. 5trata of a pit at, 
1711. 4020, f. 198. 

Specific gravities of stone strata 
in a eoal pit at, 18th cent. 3323, f. 224. 

Dudley (Ambrose), Ea,'l of IVarwici.'. 
Warrant to» as Master of the Ordnance, 
for stores for l'ortsmouth, 1587. 1.",19, 
f. 2t9. 

Dudley (C,A. Dud), 4th natural son qf 
Edward [Sutton]. 5th l;,,'on Dudleg. 
Covenant with R. Large for working leal 
mines in co. Soin., 16:',. 367,2, f. 111. 
Letter t,, ri'oto K. Whorwood, 
[eh'c. 1648]. 3652, f. 112. 
- Catalogue of his l,ooks, 17th cent. 
3652, if. 113-121. 
Dudley (Robert), E.rl 

-- Satire on his entrance into the 
world of spirits, 17th cent. 1926, ff: 

35-43 b. 

,:f Leicester. 
Leicester's Commonvealth, by R. Par- 
15.4. 1303, ff. 7-59 b ; 1566 ; 

- Letters to the University of Cam- 
bridge, 1563, 1569. F, ngl. and Lat. 
Copies. 3562, tt: 15, 69. 
Letter to Lord Angus, [1581J. 
Copy. 31'.9, f. 125. 
Additiou to tle treaty between 
Eugland and the Netherlands, siged by, 

1585. 3245. 
Letters 
1561, 1563. 
Letters 

to, ri-oto Lor,l Murray, 
3199, ff. 258, 25S b. 

to, from the 

cellor of Cambridge, 1580. 
-- Character of, 17th 
f. 4l b. 
• - hlS. 3794 was dedicated to him by 
Thos. Pa|mer between 1564 aud 15t5. 
----- Drawing of hîs banner by a herald, 
temp. Jas. I. 1086, f. 147. 
Dudley (Robert), self-styled Duke of 
Northurr&erland, son of lobert, E«rl of 
Leiceste,'. Relation of his voyage to 
the W. Indies, 1594. 358. 
:Duelling. Account of duels before the 
King, 17th cent. 3420, ff. 1-8 b. 

Vice Chan- 
3562, f. 20. 
cent. 1523, 

Dudley (Abraham). Letter to, ri-oto I5. 
Cowly and T. Hin,le, 169.ï. 4062, : 265. 



154 

INDEX. 

Du Faur (), Carcassonensis. Epi- 
grains on the death of Card. H. d'Este, 
17th cent. Lat. 2764, f. 14. 

:Dufay (Charles François de Cisternay), 
Conservateur d,t Jardin des Plantes it 
Paris. Letters fo Sir H. Sloane, 1729- 
1739, and n.d. 4050, f. 122; 4053, 
f. 375 ; 4054, f. 287 ; 4055, ff. 119, 138, 
166 ; 4056, ff. 76, 90 ; 4058, ff. 271, 272. 
Letters to, from Sir H. Sloane, 
1734-173[{. 406s, ff. 255, 317, 326, 
327, 329, 339; 4[)69, f. 17. 

:Duff (William). Letters to Sir 
Sloane, n.d. 4058, ff. 273-278. 

Duffeild (Eiizabeth). Medical prescril,- 
tion for, 1626. 1663, f. 98. 

I)uffleld (John), of Triuity College, Ca,a- 
bridge. Letter to R. Remington, 1574. 
Copy. 93, f. 98 b. 

:Duîeld (Thomas), (?) Chancellorof Lin- 
coln, [1412-1423]. Owned MS. 334. 

:Dugard (William). P,'htcr fo the Council 
of State. Certificates of the receipt of 
Dr. Glisson's trêatise, «De Raehitide," 
1650. 3312, f. 237. 
:Dugdale (Sir William), G,«rter-lGug-œet. 
Arms. Letters to Sir T. Browne, 1658, 
1659. Ori!l. and copy. 1911-1913, ff. 
96-102 b, 104, 108. 
Letters to, fi'om Sir T. Browne, 
1658, 165-. 1911-1913, ff. 103, 106. 
. Notes ri'oto his history of St. 
Paul's, circ. 1700. 885, f. 133. 

:Dugood (Francis), 
Aberd«en. Medical 
4078, f. 144. 

of A uchinhove, co. 
case, 18th cent. 

:DU tIalde (Père Jean Baptiste), Soc. 
Jes., of Paris. Letters to Sir H. Sloane, 
1733, 1735. Ff. 4052, f. 365; 4053, 
ff. 108, 109 ; 4054, f. 76. 
.- Letters to, from Sir H. Sloane, 
1733» 1736. /5-. 4068, ff. 214, 303. 

Duhamel du Monceau (Henri Louis). 
Letter to ir H. Sloane, 1739. l"t. 
4056, f. 80. 
Letter to, from Sir H. loane, 17:.. 
t)'. 4069, f. 33. 

Duhan (Abraham), 
l'ro.fessor. Physiologioe 
17th cent. 2932. 

Philosophlaz 
compendium, 

:Du Jon (François), the Elder. Genea- 
logia sacra ex ejus notis Biblicis, 16th 
cent. 3927. 
• Letter to Count John Casimir, 
n.d. Let. Col)y. 2871, f. 29. 

Duke (John). Epigram by, on his naine, 
17th cent. Lat. verse. 473, f. 1 b. 

Duke (Richard), of London, father of the 
I)oet. Chronological and biographical 
memoranda ri'oto 1066 to 1668. Autogr. 
1711, ff. 1-34. 

Duke (Richard). 
1725. 4048, L 7. 

Letter to Sir H. Sloane, 

Duke of York's Islands. 
1681 "-  
. o.'-'0, ff. 121, 122. 

Map of, 

Dukes (Francis), Lieutenant. Lcase of 
a house at Tangier to, from Col. J. Fitz- 
gerald, 1664. 37,0, f. 75 b. 

Dukes (Richard), Boat»tan of Tangi«,'. 
| . 
Chae against, for assault, 1(72. 3514, 
f. 120. 

:Dulcarnon. Derivation of the word 
" Dulcarnon," 18th cent. 1786, f. 154. 

Du Loir (.--). Extracts ri-oto the 
voyages and travêls of, 1653. Fr. 31, 
ff. 009 033 b. 

Du ]Mans (Ral, hael), qf Ispahan. Des- 
criptio Persioe, cure grammatica linguoe 
Turcicoe, 164. IIo/o:ir. 2908. 

Letters to E. Kœempfer, 1654-1687. 
Lat. 3064, ff..4--11 b. 

Dumbelij al. Dunbelij (Joannes), de 
An!fli,. Ortol:mi practica vera alchemioe 
in anno 1386 excepta a, 16th, 17th 
centt. 3086, ff. 56-65 ; 3457, ff. 17 b- 
31b. 

Du ][eniel (Carolus Fridericus). Auto- 
graph in album, 16.3. 2360. f. 66 b. 

Dumeny (Louis), ,IL D. Journals by, 
of the "Sidney's " fourth voyage to 
India and China, 170â-1704. 2296, iL 
2-29. 

Botanical specimens bought by, at 
Canton, 1704. 2296, f. 30. 

Du Metz (Claudius Gedeo), de Rance in 
Harcurio. Owned, in 1644--1699, MSS. 
3134-3142. 

Wrote, in 1699, MS. 3142. 

Duanfries, 
(William). 

Earl of. v. Crichton 

Dominer (Edmund), S,rveyor of ti, e 
Navy. Survev of ports from Dorer to 
the Land's Enl, 1698. 3233. 

Du :M:olard (--), & la Société Roi«le 
des Sciences «le Be,'lin. Letter to Sir H. 
Sloane, 1742 /5-. 4057, f. 12.. 



INDEX. 

155 

I)u ]]KoulJn (Louis), M.D., Camden Pro- 
fesser of lIistory at Oxford. Conspectus 

totius medicinoe, 17th cent. Autogr. 
2014. 
Letters te Dr. E. Borlase, 1678- 
1680. Lat. and Tn I1. 1008, ff. 196, 

205, 208, 230, 242, 268, 273. 
I)u ]]/l:oulin (Pierre), Sen., Professer of 
Theology at Sed«n. Let ters te Bishop 
Andrewes, 1619. Lat. 118, ff. 21, 23. 
I)umville (-----). Medicai theses, 17th 
cent. 3308, ff. 233, 272-274. 
I)un (Sir Patrick). t»resid«nt of the Iris] 
Colle, le of l'hysici,ns. Letters te Sir 
H. Sloane, 1705, 1706, 170.ï. 4040, ff. 
31, 110, 124, 137 ; 4078, f. 126. 
I)unbar (Archibald). Letter te J. 
Petiver, n.d. 406è, f. 338. 
Dunbar (lion. David), Z&uten«nt 
Govenor of New 11ampshire. Letter te, 
from Dr. J. Ross, 18th cent. 4034, f. 32. 
Dunbelij (eannes). v. Dumbelij. 
Dunckum (Thomas). Money given by, 
at J. Oxstyne's burial, 1596. 2177, f. 20 
Duneumb (Edward), of Ltlington, ce. 
Bedf. Letter te R. Dowgill, 165. 

2251, f. 122. 
I)undass (Duncan). Letter 
Sloane 1725. 4048, f. 83. 
Dundass (James), qf D«ndee. 

te Sir H. 

Letter te 
J. Petiver, 1709. 3321, f. 245. 
Dundass (John). CalligrapMcal po- 
traits of Qu. Arme, Prince George of 
Denmark, and William, Duke of Glou- 
cester, their son, 1702. 4027, ff. 2 b, 
55, 56. 
Account of 8tate transactions from 
Qu. Anne's accession contained in her 
portrait above, 1702. MS. and .Printed. 
4027, ff. 3-54. 
I)undee, ce. Forfar. Osteographical 
description, with plates, of an e]ephant in 
the museum at, by Dr. P. Blair, 1709. 
3812 ff. 1-59. 
I)ungeness, ce. Itént. Receipt for the 
dut), for the lighthouse at, with the 
woodcut, 169. 2717, f. 26. 
Dunkirk, in Belgium. Observations by 
the Chancelier Séguier on its delivery 
by France te England, with copies of 
treaties, 1658. Engl., Lat.and 8pan. 3083. 

Dunoquet (---), Treasurer 
French King's troops at Calais. 
te Sir H. Sloane, 1737. Ff. 
127, 171, 178. 

1Pro 

of the 
Letters 
4055, ff. 

Letter te, from Sir H. Sloane, 1737. 
4068, t'. 325. 

Du.noyer (P--). Letter te Sir H. Sloane, 
n.d. Fr. 4058, f. 278. 

I)uns (Giovanni), ledico Infilese. v. 
Downes (John), M.D. 
Dunstable, ce. Bed.f. Names and arms 
of knights at the tournament at, 1308. 
1429, ff. 15-17. 
- Armes des chivalers ai tornement 
à, 1333. 1301, f. 257. 

Dunstan, 5'., Archbishop of Canterbury. 
De lapide philosophorum, 17th cent. Lat. 
and E,gl. 1744, ff. 192 b-203 ; 1876, 
ff. 84-92; 3738, ff. 60-66; 3757, ff. 
40-52. 

Dunstan (Anthony), Monk of West- 
minster, afterw. Anth«,ny Kitchin, Bishop 
of I landaff (1545-1566). Owned MS. 
3171. 

Dunstanvyll, F«m;ly of. 
16th cent. 1301, f. 108. 

Pedigree, 

I)uplessis (), Esc,«ye,. des chevaux 
de l'escurie lo!/ale. 1HS. 3741 was dedi- 
cated te him in 1666 or 166s by Mens. 
Bl'essey. 
I)u Plessis (Arm,nd Jean), Cardinal de 
I2ichelieu. Scheme of his nativity, 155. 
1709, f. 159 b. 
Proverbial sentences, 17th cent. 
Engl. and Fo. 927, ff. 10-14 b. 
Letter te the Catholics of Great 
lritain, 1624. Lat. Col)y. 1775, f. 78. 
. Èpitaphs and satirical x'erses 
17th cent. Lat. and Ff. 3813, ff. 41-45. 
Sonnet on, 17th cent. Fr. 895, 
f, 15, 
Sonnet pendant le siCe de La 
Rochelle pour, par G. Colleter, 162'.*. 
895» f. 33. 
Du Plessis (Arman, l Jean), 2nd Duc 
de Richelieu. Recueil de diverses pices 
par, 17th cent. 2868. 

I)u Plessis (James Paris), servant te 
Samuel Pepys. Collection of wonderful 
prodigies, 1730-1733. 3253 ; 5246. 

I)u Poirier (Jacques), M.D., of Amboise 
«n£l Tours. Collectanea medica et 
chemica, 17th cent. 3118; 3119. 
Owned, in 1676-1683, MSS. 3095; 
3116 ; 3117 ; 3120 ; 3121 i 3124 ; 3126  
3127 ; 3195. 
I)uport (James), legius l"rofessor of 
Greek at Cambridge. Apology te M. 
Ballard, with his answer. 1647. 1454, 
ff. 20, 22. 
Verses on W. Wotton 18th cent. 
Engl. and Lat. 3516, ff. 2.-31. 



INDEX. 

Duppa (Brian), I:ishop successively of 
Chichester (1638), Salisbury (1641) and 
Winchester (1660). Poem, 17th cent. 
Copy. 1446, f. 26 b. 

Du Prat (). 
cire. 1691. 939. 

Commonplaee book, 

I)urham, Bishop of. v. llorton 
(Thomas). 
Dean and C/capter of. Royal 
letter to, to renew R. Dodsworth's lease 
for the tithe corn of Heighington, total,. 
Chas. ll. 856, f. 14 b. 

Dupré de Kernogavic (), of 
Stoke 2Veuingt«m, co. .]Iiddl. Letter to 
Sir H. Sloane, 174. Lat. 4077, f. 337. 

:Du Premierfait (Laurent). Metrical 
version of his French paraphrase of 
Boccaccio's De casibus virorum et 
feminarum illustrium, by J. Lydgate, 
15th cent. 4031, ff. 4-187 b. 

Du Puy (--). Letter to Sir H. 
Sloane, n.d. Fr. 4058, f. 2,0. 

:Dupuy (Pierre), Lgn',ri«n fo Lo,ds XIIL 
Letter to, from F. Lindenbrog, 1618. 
Lat. 2882, f. 43 b. 

:Dupuys (Claudius). Letters to 5ir H. 
Sloane, n.d. 4058, ff. 282-287. 

:Durand (David), Pastor of the Fr«nch 
Churches in ,t. ]lartin's Iane and the 
Savoy. Letter to J. G. Scheuchzer, 
1728. Ff. 4066, f. 58. 

:Durantius, 2Ia!/ister. Opus alchenicum, 
15th cent. 3457, f. 206. 

Durenius 
tochîensis. 
1566. 2882, f. 48. 
:Durestal, Comtesse cle. r. Scepeaux 
(Marguerite de). 
:Duret (Noël), Cosmograp]«r 
XII: Supplement of the 
Tables of, part i., 17th cent. 
33-70 b. 
Extracts ri'oto his "Novoe motuum 
coelestîum ephemerides Richlianoe," 17th 
cent. 223, ff: 47-53. 
Traité des principes de la Géo- 
graphie reveu et augmenté ,le nouveau, 
1674. Imperf. 1031, ff. 88-102 b. 
Proportions to find the pole's 
elevation « supra circulum positum," 
17th cent. 2283, ff. 69-72. 
llystery of the crisis in diseases, 
17th cent. 533, ff. 82 b-84. 

(Arnoldus), Professor Ros- 
Letter t% from J. Caseli,ts, 

fo Louis 
Richelieu 
533, ff. 

I)'Urfey (Thomas), 1)ramatist. Trial of, 
before the Court of Parnassus, circ. 1684. 
1009, f. 254. 
:Durham, co. Durh. Antiquities of 
the church of, by R. Hegge, 17th cent. 
1322. 
Inscriptions and arms from the 
cathedral, 1601. 3836, ff. 27 b-29. 

Durieuh (-- 
17th cent. 

). Clavis libri ecretorum, 
2383. 

:Durnelly (Richard). Letter to Sir ll. 
Sloane, 1722. 4046, f. 291. 

:Du :Rondel (Jacques), Professî,,r en 
7oqucnce à S(dan. La justification de 
Suzanne; tragi-comédie Françoise et 
Latine, 1668. 1029. 

:Dury (John), Minister to the English 
Merchants 6'¢np,mies at Elbing and at 
.Rotterdm. Eeerpta literarum de 
rebus ecclesiasticis et eruditione anno- 
rum 1627-1638. Lat. and Germ. 417. 
Eistolarum de mediis coneordioe 
evangelicoe pl'ocurandis apographa, 17th 
cent. 654. 
Negotiatious for the unity of Pro- 
testant Communities, 1633-1636. Let. 
402. 
Leters and papers respecting ti,e 

Church, 17th cent. 1465. 
Theological commonplace 
17tli cent. Lat, Germ. and Engl. 

tleads and extracts of 
17th cent. 1469, ff. 7-224. 
Desiderata Bib]ica, 17th 
Engl., Lat. and Germ. 653. 

book, 
391. 

sermons, 

cent. 

Adversaria de desideratis in variis 
scientiis et studiis, 17th cent. 638, ff. 
1-95 b, 113-12_. 
Logica, 17th cent. Go'm. and 
Lat. 392. 
"Exercittio of schooIing," or heads 
of lectures on education, 1646. 649, 
ff. 52-56. 
Descrîption ofa transmarine school, 
with marginal notes and corrections in 
the hand of, 17th cent. 649, ff. 74-81 b. 
Capita rerum quoe fusius in cura 
poedagogica sunt tractanda, 17th cent. 

649, f. 198 b. 
Extracts 
Hague, 1642. 

from his letters at the 
1469, ff. 1-6. 
Correspondence with A. Boreel, 
1646-1660. Lat. 649, ff. 37, 40-44. 
Letter to, relative to the fall of 
the Papacy, 1654. Lat. 649, f. 30. 
Litteroe testimoniales de ejus 
pietate et probis moribus» n.d. 654, 
f. 240. 



INDEX. 157 

DU Souhait (-----). Traduction de 
sentences de i'Iliade, 17th cent. 2553, 
f. 85. 

Duston, co. 2orthants. Assignment of 
claim to a messuage in, 1578. 999, f. 1 b. 

Dutton (Sir John), 2nd Bart., of Sher- 
borne. Letter to Sir H. Sloane, 1740. 
4056, £ 304. 

Dutton (Rail»h). Letter to Sir H. Sloane, 
n.d. 4058, f. 288. 

Dutton (8if Thomas). Letter to Lord 
Falkland, 162[. 3827, f. 157. 
:Du Val (S--). Proeparationes et experi- 
menta alchemica, !616. Ff. 2046, 
ff. 67-76 b. 
Modus conficîen,|i Elixir in duabus 
]ineis ; condemned by, 17th cent. Let. 
o4-7, f. 1. 

/:)uval (Phillippe). Horoscope, under 
the anagra,n l)aul)ille,l Phuil, 17th cent. 
3766, ff. 15 b, 16b. 

Duverney ((;uichar, i Joseph), P,'ofcssv" 
of An tomy ,,t P,,ris. Des maladies des 
os, 17th cent. 1499. 
------- Traité «le la gangrètxe, 1683. 1216, 
ff. 45-74. 
Traité des maladies de la poitrine 
18th cent. 87, ff. 1-76. 

Dwa.rfs. Account of a female exhibited 
at Charing Cross, 1677. Ff. 1028, £ . 
Dwight (Samue]). Letters to Sir H. 
Sloane, 1721. 4046, ff. 120, 150. 
Dyeing. ,:. Mayerne (Sir Theodore 
quet de). 

Dyer (Mrs. ). Medical case or; 18th 
,cnt. 3323, f. 155. 

Dyer (Si," Edward), Poet. 
ne a kingdom is," 1592. 

"My mind to 
2497, f. 27 b. 

Dyer (Sir James), Chier Justice of thc 
¢'onmon Plea. Lettol" to Dr. J. Young, 
156,% 3562 f. 8. 

Dyer (Richard). Letters to, from 
Petiver, 1712-1717. 3340, passim. 

Dymmok (John). 
ch'c. 1600. 1_328. 

History of Ireland, 

Dynham, Famil.q of. Proofs of their 
inheriting the adrowson of Ssuth Poole 
16th cent. 1301, f. 227 b. 

Dynnington, co. Suif. r. Dennington. 

Dyue (Sir Lewis), Got,-to" of Shcrbo'ne 
«stle. Letter to Sir T. Fairfax, 1645. 
1519, f. 123. 

Dyve (France.,), J[aid of I[onour fo Prin- 
cess Zouisa, 5th da,,. of George II. Let- 
ters to Sir ,H. Sloane. 1743, and n. d. 
4057, f. 229; 4058, f. 290. 
Letter to, from Sir H. Sloane, 
1743. 4069, f. 86. 

E 

E--(F). Ali Puli's tractate of the 
regenerated sait of nature, translated by, 
17th cent. 487; 609, ff. 31-39. 

E--(J). Latin verses with English 
translations, 17th cent. 1471, f. 17. 

E--(J). Directions for taking na- 
tivities, 17th cent. 2279, ff. 121 b-125 b. 

E-- (J--). Translation of part of the 
New Testament, 1644. 3982. 

E (L--), Publisher. Preface t o " A 
letter from at apothecary in London to 
a physician in Cambridge, conc. the 
lwactice of physc in London," late 17th 
cent. 631, f. 176. 
E- (P--). Abbreviation of the 12 keys 
of 13. Valentinus, 1622. 1451, ff: 1-13. 

Eachard (Laurence), Archdeacon of Stow. 
Etracts ff'oto lais Roman History, 18th 
cent. 3407, f. 15. 

Eade (John). Letter to Sir H. Sloane, 
1730. 4051, I'. 117. 

Eachnundus de 19ontiniaco, 8. v. 
Rich (Edmund), Archb;.sho I, ,,f C«ntec- 
1,urg. 
Eadwoldus, S., bcother of S. Eadmund, 
Kinff. Vita, late 12th teur. 1772, ff: 
15-18. 

Eu.les (Luke), of Emmanuel College, Ca,n- 
bridge. Medical thesis, on the circula- 
tion of the blood, circ. 1661. Lat. 
3308, ff. 266-271. 
Eames (Johannes). Formerly 
MS. ooo 

Eames (William), Seneschal of Lord 
Cork. Briefe relation of the 1)assages 
which halTeaed in Askeaton Castle, bel. 
to Lord l'ork and G. Crofton, 1642. 
1008, f. 55-58 b. 
mys (John). Medical treatise, 1530, 
2270. 



INDEX. 

Earles (Lewis d'), Mace,'. v. Comitibus 
(Ludovieus de , of Maccrat,l. 
Earthquakes. Notices of earthquakes 
in the Low Countries and in Austria. 
1580, 1590. Fr. and L,t. 2764, f. 22. 
Original dopositions relating to an 
earthquake in co. Suss., 1734. 4025, ff. 
224-238. 

Eaton (J--), 
Amersham, co. 
Jhe ne, 1724. 
Eaton (Robert). 

Easterling (Si,. Edward). v. Stradling. 
Eastern Empire. v. Constantinople. 
Eastland Company. Papers relating 
to their trade, 1598-1603. 25. 
Mcdical Practitioner af 
Bw/:.s. Letter to Lord 
4075, f. 77. 
Letters to Si," H. Sloane, 
1718-1724, and n.d. 4045. ff. 126277 ; 
4047, ff. 20 159, 180 ; 4058, ff. 291,293. 
Ebenradus (Coecilius), Discipulus S. 
J, wobi Apost,,li. Tractatus theologici, 
17th cent. 2864. 

Eberstein, (bunts of. Autographs 
album 1580. 851, f. 9 b. 

Ebn Sina. v. Avicenna. 

in 

Eccles 
College 
Letter 
f. 180. 
Letter 
4046, f. 217. 

(James), Secretary to the l?oyal 
of Physicians at Ed&b»r,.]h. 
to Dr. R. Gray, 172 x 3216, 
2" 

to Sir H. Sloan% 172 x 

Ecclesia (Johannes Bal,tista abC, Medicus 
Aq.,ensis. De thermarum civitatis 
Aquensis natura, 17th cent. 1557. 
Echovius (Theodoricus). Curatio mor- 
borum internorum ex 17th cent. 3118, 
ri. 1-134 b. 

Eckard (---). Banquet of spiritual 
]»«»verty, 17th cent. lmperf. 2538, ff. 
.7 b-90. 

Eckhart (Georgius), German,«s. De la- 
pi,te philos«,phi«.o, 1600. Low-Germ. 
1255, ff. 11 b-13b. 

Edeus (Egbert), of Rotterdam. Letter 
to J. Petiver, 1716. 4065, £ 267. 
Edgar (Robert), of Ips.,ich. Letter fo 
.I. Petirer 1712. 3322, f. 9. 
Edgar (Thomas, M.D., qf Colchester. 
Certiticate recommending C. Dinnish to 
be touched fi, r the King's evil, 167. Lat. 
206, B. f. 62. 
Edgcumbe (Peer.), e.dest son of Sir R. 
Edgcurde of Mouut Edgcumbe ; M.P. 
fo," Cornwall. Translation of H. Zan- 
chius' « De operibus Dêi," books i.-IV., 
1606. 3934: 3935. 

Edinburgh, City of. Nominatio bene- 
ficiorum et pensionum pro collegio 
Justitiœe per prelatos apud, 1532. 2504, 
f. 29. 
- List of grasses required for the 
physic garden at, by J. Sutherland, 18th 
cent. 4020, ff. 268-269. 

Edisbury (Kendrick), _hraval Com- 
missioner. Naval accompts, 1701-1708, 
signed by, 170. 3953. 

Edlin (Richard), Astrologer. On his own 
nativity, with horoscopes from 1662 to 
1698 ; ante 1677. 1120. 
- Charms alchemîcal observations, 
medical receipts, etc., 17th cent. 1131. 

Edmondes (Sir Thomas), M.P. ; Tre, c- 
surer of the llousehold. Sl,eech in Parlia- 
ment 1628. Abstract. 826, f. 50. 
- Privy Council letters, signed by, 
162, 1626. 3827, ff. 71, 89. 
-Letter to, f,'om T. Turquet de 
Mayerne, 1629. Ff. 2046, f. 111. 

Edmonds (William). Satire on Laud's 
attempt to introduce Popery into Eng- 
land, rem1-,. Chas. I. 904, ff. 76-119. 

Edoard. v. 0udart. 

Edone (--). Translation ri'oto the 
ltalian of a work on assaying, 17th cent. 
1423, ff. 1-26 b. 
Education. Proecepta pro scolaribus, 
16th cent. 4022, ff: 1-11. 
- Collection of papers on, 17th cent. 
649. 
Directions for teaching English 
schoolboys, 17th cent. 2204, ff. 1-12. 
Letter on furnishing a library for 
academical scholars, 17th cent. 2204, 

ff, 1  «)A 
• De l'éducation d'un Prince, 17th 
cent. 2183. 
I.structions pour un jeune seig- 
neur, 17th cent. 3635, ff. 60-81. 

Edwardes (Lady Elizabeth), daughter 
of Robert, 5th Earl of Warwicl, and 
wife of Froncis Edwardes of llaverford- 
u'cst. Letters to Sir H. Sloane, 1725. 
4075, ff. 81, 83. 

Edwardes (William), Rector of W',-etm, 
co. A'or.f. lsocratis oratio funebris in 
laudem Regis Evagoroe, cum interpreta- 
tione notique, 1576. Gr. and Let. 
456, ff. 3-41. 
- Copy of Sir J. Cheke's translation 
of "Chrysostomi conciunculoe de fato et 
providentia Dei," 1576. Hologr. 456, 
ff. 44 b-102 b. 



INDEX. 159 

:Edwards (----). De ;medicinis simpli- 
cibus et compositis, 17th cent. 951. 
Edwards (David). Letter fo Sir H. 
Sloane n.d. 4058, £ 295. 
Edwards (Edward). Commoaplace book, 
1675. o o 
dwrds (George). Letter to, from R. 
M. Massey, 174. 4066 f. 110. 
Edwards (Thomas), of Swaflham Bul- 
I, eck, co. Car. :Note of his will, 158. 
1301, f. 15. 
dwards (Thomas), çf Quec' Coll., 
Uambridge. Noes of his serinons by D. 
Foot% 17th cent. 598 ff. 890. 
dwards (Thomas), of Bristol. Letter 
to R. Waler, 1712. 4065, f. 61. 
Leter to ri'oto J. Petiver, with 
answer 1712. 4065 ff. 60 61. 
dwardus. The el,itome of health's 
1562. 2502, ff. 55-81 b. 

t reasure, 
Edzard, 
Count off 

Count. r.- Friesland, 
Edzard II. 

East, 

corona- 

Minister f rom 

:Eedea (Richard), De«n ,,f 1Vorcester. 
Brief extracts fi'om his sermons, 1604. 
848, f. 8. 
:Eelbeek (Henry), Ludi Mag;ster. Let- 
ters and verses to Sir H. Sloane, 1726. 
£ngL and Lat. 3516, ff. 21-25. 
-------Çarmen in Georgii ll. 
tionem, [1726]. 3516, f. -'20. 
:Efferen (---- d'),Count; 

the Electvr Palatine af London. Letter 
t o W. Le Cler, n.d. Ff. 1968, f. 94. 
-Letter to, from Sir H. Sloane, 
1715. Fr. 4068, f. 100. 

:Egan (Boetius), R.C.. Bishoi, o.f Elphin. 
Facultates concessoe ei per Urbaaum 
VIII., pro tempore schismatis tantum, 
1625. Copy. 1008, f. 2. 
]î]gede (Hans), 23ishop of Greenland. 
Begyndelsens Elementer til den Christe- 
lige Kiindskab for de Grtinlandske 
Cathecumener, 1724. Greenl. and Dan. 
3022. 
:Egonot (Paulus). v. Paul, of .cgina. 
:Egerton (John), 1st Earl of Brid,jwater. 
Privy Council letters, signed by, 1626, 
1627. 3827, ff. 89, 10. 
Medical prescription for, n. d. 
494, f. 17. 
:Egerton (John), 3rd 'arl of Bridgu'ater. 
lqovel founded on the fortunesof himself 
and Elizabeth, his 1st wife ; with a key, 
late 17th cen. Ff. 1009, ff. 360-365. 
.- 1Note of his ' 166- 
son s birth, . 
1708, f. 107. 

:Egerton (Rachel), 2nd w(fe of Scroop, 
1st 1)uke of l?ridgwater. Letter to Sir 
H. S]oane, n.à. 4034, f. 261. 
Egerton (Scroop), 1st Due of Bridg- 
water. Letters fo Sir H. Sloane, 1733. 
4034, ff. 260, 263. 

Egerton 
t. Anne's, ]Jlackfrîars, 
ters on church reform, 
271, ff. 20 b, 23 b, 24 b. 

(Stephen), Puritan Minister of 
Zondon. Let- 
1603. Col)les. 

:Egerton (Thomas), 17scount Brackley ; 

Lord léeper. Commission to, for re- 
newing commissions of lieutenancy, 
1596. Col)g. 33 f. 8 b. 
Speech at the Council on the 
failure of Lord Essex' expedition into 
Ireland, 1599. 3828, ft: 47 b-63. 

1598. 

Correspondence with Lord Essex, 
Copies. 1775, tF. 54, 55 b. 
5 
Letters fo James I., 1612, 161. 

171 O, f. 358 ; 1786, f. 27. 
University of 
3562, f. 91 b. 
to, f»om J. 

Letter to, from the 
Cambridge, 1616. Lat. 
- --- Dedicatory letter 

Williams, 17th cent. 1983, A. 
:Egerton (William), LL.D., t'hancellor 
and Prebendary of tIereford; grands, n 
of John, 2nd Earl of E, rid,jwater. Let- 
ter to Sir H. ,loaae, 1736. 4075, f. 105. 
:Egidij (Christianus). Letter to B. Ene- 
wald, 1707. Lat. and Germ. 2877, 
f. 249. 

:Egidius Corbeiensis. 
Co,boliensis. 

v. zEgidius, 

Eglinger (Christopher), M.D. Letter 
to J. Petiver, n.d. Lat. 3322, f. 165. 

Eglinus Iconius (Raphael). Quoedam 
ex Heliophilo a Percis 17tb. cent. 3119, 
ff. 226 b-230 b. 

:Eglisham (George), Physici,,n to Ja»ws 
L Petitions t.o Charles I. and to Parlia- 
ment for an inquiry into the death of 
James I., [1626]. Im].)erf. 1779, ff 
160-187. 

:Egmont, Familg of. Autographs 
album, 158t. 851, ff. 102 b, 103. 

in 

:Egmont, _Fa,.1 of. v. Percival (John). 
:Egmont (Franchoyse d'), d,ughte," qf 
Lamoral, Prince de Gdvre. Autograph 
in album, 1581. 851, f. 103. 

:Egmont (Lamoral d'), Comte d'Egrrmnt. 
Verses on, 1568. Span. 796, f. 41 b. 

:Egmont (Lamoral d'), Comte cI'Egmont, 
2nd son of Lamo,'al, Prince de Gdvce. 
Autograph in album 1581. 851, f. 103. 



160 

INDEX. 

:Egmont (Léonore d'), daughter of La- 
moral, Prince de (,dvre. A utograph in 
album, 1581. 851, f. 103. 

Egmont (Sabine ,!'), dmçThter of La- 
rwral, Prince de Gdore. A utograph in 
album, 1581. 851, f. 103. 

"E.gypt. Collections relative to its his- 
tory, by Dr. N. Grew, 17th cent. 1963. 
Journal of travels through, by a 
Scotchman, 1656. 3228, ff'. 65 b-134b. 
Dissertatio de annulis .Egyptiacis 
in M usoeo A. Vendrameni, Venetorum 
Duci, cure delineatîonib,s, 1627. 
an, I L ct. 4005, ff. 1-37. 
, h';n.qs of. Meml.his. Epître al- 
chemique d'Allhi, le à, 16tl cent. 3549, 
ff. 2<) b-25 b. 
Ptolemy. Drawing of, 1641. 3570, 
f. lb. 
- Ptolemy Philadell»hus. Hist,ry 
of his wife Arsinoe, 18th cent. 3407, 
ff: 64, 69. 
Descril,tion «,f a gold 
medal of his wife Arsinoe, 18th cent. 
3407, f. 82. 
Epistola Regis .Egyptiorum Octa- 
viano Augusto de remediis contra mor- 
bos, 17th cent. 3848, f. 23. 
:Ehrhart (Balthasar), ILD., of Memmh- 
lien. Letters to Sir H. Sloane, 1724- 
1735. L,,t. 4047, ff. 251, 344 ; 4048, 
ff. 186, o¢o..., 287 ; 4051, f. 135 ; 4052, 
f. 174 ; 4054, f. 39. 
Letters to, from Sir H. Sloane, 
1724-1733, and . d. Lat. 4068, ff. 
120, 16, 201 ; 4069, f. 147. 

.hrensehild (Martin Conrad Bierman 
d'), son of the D,_tnish Sccretary of 
,ç?ate. Letter to his father, 1684. 2877, 
ff'. 15-19 b. 

iehstadius (Laurentius), M«thema- 
tician, end M.D. of llTttembey. Ex- 
empla tabularum harnonicaruln coeles- 
tium motuum, 17th cnt. 570, f. 209 b. 

Scheme 
1707, f. 20 b. 
:Eifler (-----), 
Notes from his medical 
ly Dr. Bellingham, 1664. 

of his nativity, 1596. 

P,'of essor af Leyden. 
lectures taken 

452. 

F.ikon 

]3asilike. Eikon l;asilike La- 
tine versa per G. Rugbye, [1660"1. 1907. 
Quotatious from, as the work- or" 
Charles I., by D. Foote, 17th cent. 595, 
iF. 7 b, 27 b, 34 b-35 b, 42, 47. 
- Attributed by Prince Rupert to 
his uncle, Charles I., lç,77. 555, f. 18. 

Eilner (J-- G--), of 
Saxony (?) Autograph 
2360, f. 60. 

M«rienbe»:,l 
in album, 1692. 

Eireneus Philoponos Philalethes. 
v. Starkey (George). 
Eitzen (Albertus von), Reipublicce H(on- 
bur,.]ensis Consd. Elogium ejus funebr» 
a C. Hering, 1653. 2888, f. 21. 
E.kînes (Thomas), Col. Letters to Sir 
H. Sloane, with enclosures, 1723, 1724. 
4046, f. 354 ; 4047, ff. 169, 170. 
• Letter to the Secretary of State, 
Lord Cartêret, 1723. Copy. 4046, f. 
357. 

Ekins (-----), of 13oughto, , o. Xorth«,ts. 
Medical prescription for, by Dr. J. Met- 
lord, 1652. Lut. 2812, f. 7. 

:Ekins (Alexander), of Weston Farell, co. 
2Vorthunts. 31edical prescription for 
son, by Dr. J. Metford, 1652. Lat. 
2812, f. 17. 
Medical prescription fol" his wife, 
by Dr..I. Metford, 1652. Lat. 2a12, 
f. 47 b. 

Elardus, Xigcomancer, of G«taloni . 
Conference on the Philosol, her's Stone 
it.h the Devil. 16thcent. lllS, f. 82b. 

:Elauridas, Monacl, us. El,istola ad Ry- 
l,ariuln, Boetioe episcol,um , 14th cent. 
1777, f. 86 b. 

:Elbing, in Prussia. lustructions for 
establishing an English mart at, 15s0. 
°_442, ff. 41-43. 

Elborowe (Richard). Letters fo lais 
nephew, J. Petiver, with draft of answer, 
1704-1707. 4064, ff. 1, 17, 56, 89 
136. 
E1 Bulkassem E1 Muthar filius 
Hahabdim filîi Buccila, Jledic«s 
,le Baldach. v. Mukht/tr Ibn Al Hasan 
Ibn 'Abdùn lbn Butlan (Abri A1 Hasan 
Ider (David). Commissioner .fgr sick «,,,1 
woun&'d ,St'amen. Letter to, from J. 
Mauclere, 1694. 4062, f. 253. 

:Eleazar (--). Letter to, fi'(,m J. Dury, 
164½. 654, f. 196. 
Eleutherius, S. Memoria ,le, 15th 
cent. 2916, L 123 b. 
lgl ttarith :i3en Keleda el-Thakefi, 
J[edicus Arabs. Vita, 18th cent. 3647, 
f. 3. 

Elias Artista. 
linort«. 

r. Elias, d," Assissio, ,t 



INDEX. 

:Elia.s, de Assissio, a Jlinorite. Vade 
mecum, 15th cent. 692, ff. 52-57 b. 
- Ars oceulta detecta ab, 1622. 693, 
ff. 52-61 ; 2083, ff. 1-12. 
- De lapide majori, lSth cent. 1091, 
f. 84b. 
Opus alchemicum, 15th-18th centt. 

3457, ff. 136-138 3206 , f. 65; 3580ç 
A. fi 208 b ; 3661,;f. -16, 231 b-237. 
lice (John). Formerlyowned MS. 3182. 
]liot (Sir John), M.P. for C'nwali. 
Speeches in Parliament, 1626, 1628, 
162. 826, ff. 50, 147 ; 1200, f. 33 ; 
1710, f. 286 b ; 2531, f. 122. 
Petition from the Gatehouse prison 
to Charles I. coneerning the loan, 1627. 
2531, ff. 91 b-94 b. 

Ellis (Andrew), qf th¢ Post Office, Lond, m. 
Collections of newsletters, 1678-168, 
1690-1692. 3925 ; 3929. 
Ellis (Humfrey), of tlereford. Formerly 
owned 31S. 2;'2. 
Ellis (John). Letter to, from J. Geston, 
1699. 4062, f. 314. 
.llis (Paul). Assignment of land by, to 
St. Thomas' Hospital, 1679. 27"2.8, B. 
t: 79. 
:Ellis (Robert). of Ct, ades To«n, Carolin ,. 
l.etters to J. Petiver, 1700-1704. 3321, 
tL 41, 45; 4063, ff'. sl, 191 40t4, ff. 2, 55. 
- Lette.- to, from Sir N. Johnson, 
1701. 4063, f. 81. 
Ellixes of Pyammont, Ret'ererul JLs- 
ter. v. Alessio, Pieraontese. 

Eliott, 
2401, f. 2 b. 
lisius (Edmundus). v. Elys (Edmund). 
-'lizabeth, S. Legenda de, 15th cent. 
1936, ff. 85 b-100. 
:Elizbeth, Queen of En91arp]. v. Eg- 
land, Sovereigns of. 
E!izabeth, dawjhter of James L of Er#j- 
land. Autograph in album, 1609. 3415, 
f. 6. 
v. also Bohemia, A'ing of. Frederie V. 
Rhine. Electors Palatine of the. 
Frederie ¥. 

Farnily of. Arms, 15th cent. ïlllyas, F'. t. 
Minorite. 

:Elking (H--). Letters to Sir H. Sloane, 
1726-1729. 4048, ff. 183, 217; 4049, 
L 44; 4050, f. 191. 
:Elixlton (Thomas), of Vellesborulh, 
co. Leic. Correspondence with l-l. Platt, 
1600. 2172» ff. 28» 29. 
:Ellen (Johann Theodor). Proposais for 
the dry separatîon of gold from silver, 
18th cent. 4021, f. 102. 
:]IIce (Robert ?). Poem, 17th cent. 
Copy. 1446, f. 61 h. 
 (Eli»ha). Choice aphorisms, dis- 
course against atheism, and remarks on 
the Steganographia of Trithemius Abbas, 
t«0. s. 
:'-'llott (Capt. -----), o.f T«ngier. Letter 
to, from Col. :Norwood, 1667.. 3509, f. 
163. 

:Elliott Çrhomas), of Tangi. Deposition 
of, in a lawsuit, 1672. 3514, f. 125. 
:Elles (-------),of Trinity College, Carnbrid,.¢e. 
Medieal case of, by Dr. J. Fratt, 164]. 
lat. 587, f. 18. 
]]ll_i8 (-----), of Ravenstone, co. ks. 
.Medical prescription for his cire, by Dr. 
J. Metford, 1652. Lat. 2812, f. 37. 

Elias, de Assissio, a 

lmenhort (Heiurich), Minister of St. 
l(atturine's cfiurch et Hamburg. Me- 
moria V. Petersen, 1667. 2888, ff. 110- 
115. 
Letters to, 
1666, 1667. Lat. 
Elmes, F, trnily of. 
1429 f. 110. 
Elmes (1-:--), qf Lilford, c,o. Northants. 

fl'om J. Thomasius, 
2877, ff. 7, 9. 
Pedigree, 17th cent. 

Medical prescriptions ff,r, b,- I)r. J. 
Metford, 1655. Lat. 2812, ff. 70, 74. 
:Eloquence. Observationesde eloquentia, 
16th cent. 4022, f. 13. 
. Notata de veteri eloquentia, 17th 
cent. 190, ff. 3-24 b. 
:Elphinston (John), 2nd Baron B,/- 
merinoch. Letter to Lord Fairfax, 1644. 
1519, f. 41. 
:Elsevier Library. Catalogus librorum 
ex impressis ibidem catalogis extractus» 
1676. 3452, ff. 1-51. 
îllsmere (Alice). Letter to, from M. 
Prince, 1736. 4066, f. 118. 
:Elsmere (John), of Belfa ; brotlwr.in- 
I«w o.f Sir tL Sloane. Letter from him 
and his wife, to Sir H. Sloane, 1708. 
4041, f. 222. 
Elsmere (Sloane), 29. D., Rector of Ci, elsea. 
Proposais for erecting a girls' charity 
school at Chelsea, 1740. 4034, f. 67. 
Letter to his uncle, Sir H. Sloane, 
1740. 4056, f. 296. 
:Elst (P J--- van der), Chart,'e,x, of 
13,'ussels. Letter to Sir H. Sloane, 1719. 
• "r. 4045, f. 214. 
Letter to F. Villette, 1719. F,.. 
4065, f. 290. 

8LOANE INDEX. M 



162 

INDEX. 

:Elston (Elizabeth). Verses on, by J. 
Weale, 1654. 1431, ff. 80 b-84. 
tglston (James). Inventory of stores at 
Tangier, 1669, 1672. 3510, tI. 112, 
119-126, 130-135, 146 b, 152 b, 161 ; 
3511, f. 151. 
Elton (Thomas), of B.«tI. Letter to his 
brother-in-law J. Petiver, 1701. 4063, 
f. 116. 

Elvedene (Walter de). Kalendarium, 
cure tabulis schematibusque eclipsium 
solis et lunoe, 1327-1386, 14th cent. 
286, ff. 15-24 b. 
Elverton (Sir Christopher). v. Yelverton. 

:Elvinge. v. Elbing, in PrusshL 

Elvishe (Si,. Jervis), Lieutenant of the 
Tower. v. Helwys (Sic Gervase). 

.I Xtib, 
]At rocco. 
ton, 167. b'pan. 1958, f. 47. 
:Ely, Diocese of. List of parishes 
Archdeaconries in, 17th cent. 
f. 118. 

Treasurer fo the Emperor of 
Letter to, from Lord Middle- 

under 
1441, 

:Elyott (John). 
3661. 

Owned, in 1572, MS. 

Elys 
ton. 
1770, f. 163-172. 
:Elyshe (John). Glover, 
Formerlv owned MS. 272. 

(Edmund), Rector of East Allbg- 
Letter to A. Le Grand, 1682. Let. 

:Elz (Jacob 
of Trèves. 
tors of. 
Elzevir Library. 

of tIereford. 

III. von), Archbishop Elector 
v. Trèves, Archbishops Elec- 

v. Elsevier Library. 

Emnuel, Cretensis Philosophus. 
alchetnicum, 1608. 2055, ff. 7-9. 
:Embden. v. Emden, i Hanover. 
Embroidery. Directions for working 
letters and samplers, 17th cent. Imperf. 
2740. 

Opus 

:Emden, in Hanover. Letter from the 
Consuls and Magistrates to Qu. Eliza- 
beth, 1570. Lat. 3299, f. 1. 

:Emished (--), D,-. 1Iedicine for 
the plague, late 17th cent. 1087, f. 12 b. 

:Emmanuel College. 
Unirersity of. 
:Emmett (Maurice). Letter to 
Sloane, 1704. 4039, f. 377. 
:Emson (James). Letter to, from R. 
Harrison, circ. 1  5... 4066, f. 366. 
:Emiiy, Isle of, in ChinoE. Plantze in en 
co]lecte, 169  23;'6, ff. 49-75. 
9" 

v. Cambridge, 

Sir H. 

:Enehusa. v. Enkhuizen, in tlolland. 
Eneve (Wi]liam), of Easton ad Montera, 
co. Essex. Feoffment of land to W. 

Andrewes, 
:Enewald 
Kirchen. 
and C. Egidij, 1696, 1707. 
ff. 91, 249. 

17th cent. 1317, L 18 b. 
(Broder), Minister at 2Veuen 
Letters to, from B. Ct. ,Egîdij 
Lat. 2877, 

Engelbrecht (Hanneman). 
1418, MS. 3131. 

Owned, in 

:Engelbrecht (Johann), of Brunswicoe. 
A Christlike description of the New 
Heaven and Erh, 1641. Tcansl. 1643. 
..55. 

Vision, 1641. 

:Engelhard (--). 
hardiana, by Dr. T. Turquet de Mayerne, 
1620. 1988, ff. 47-91, 153-160. 

2569 ff. 91-125. 
Miscellanea Engel- 

England, GENERAL 

CIlRONICLES AND 
]-tlSTORY OF. Museum Britannicum 
Historiale, by W. Cooper, 1676. 743. 
Epitome of the English Chroncles, 
17th cent. 2251, ff. 67-74b. 
Catalogue of English Historians, 
circ. 1700. 885, ff. 54-69. 
List-f Euglish writers, 18th cent. 
3585, f. 30. 
List of books respecting the 
history of Britain, by J. Bagford, circ. 
1700. 885, f. 138. 
Collection fi-om the Anglorum 
Gesta, 18th cent. 3752, ff. 12-18 b. 
Collections from records, by J. 
Strangeman, late 16th cent. 1301. 
On the Crown and three estates o 
the realm, 18th cent. 1503, f. 40. 
Extracts from charters, etc., re- 
lative to ancient privileges and customs 
in towns, 16th cent. 2103, L 159. 
Statutum de laua, 1689. 1381, 
ff. 148--153 b. 
Portions of the Saxon Chronicle 
from 681 to 787, translated by Hogg, 
17th cent. 3371, ff. 36-51 b. 
Chronicle of Robert of Gloucester, 
15th cent. 227, ff: 96 b-169 b. 
Excerpts ri'oto R. de Hoveden, 
Giraldus Cambren.,is, etc., re!ating to 
Ireland, 17th cent. Lat. 1008, f. 338. 
8ynoptical table to R. Holinshed's 
Chronicle, rem1,. Eliz. 1090. 
Prophecies re]atire to English 
history, in prose and verse, 16th cent. 
2578. 
Prophetize de Anglia, 16th cent. 
3556, f. 8. 



,INDEX. 163 

ngltnd, GzsstAr Carto,xxcLzs Ast 
Hsrottv or (continued). Prophecy 
relating to English history, in verse, 
15th cent. 4031, f. 189 b. 
Prophecy of Merlin round at Ponte- 
ri'net CastIe, 1681. 2281, ff. 68 b-70 b. 
------- Èxtracts ri'oto Cotton M. Otho 
15. III. relating to the History of England, 
16th cent. 2103, ff. 155-1.58 b. 
--------- Extracts from records, etc., relative 
to early aids and »ubsidies, 16th cent. 
2103, ff. 102-143 b. 
-------- Extracts from records, etc., relative 
to early English history, 16th cent. 
2103, ff. 160-163. 
- - Catalogue of tracts chiefly of the 
time of the Commouwealth, 17th cent. 
1780. 
------Notes out of 5Iilton couc. thc 
Hlstory of England, 17th cent. 1506. 
------- Sovereignty of the sens of Euglaud ; 
by Sir J. Borough, 17th cent. 1696, 
ff: 108 b-162 b ; 1710, ff. 68-103. 

ttgltnd, G:.R.it, CaorlChES .XO 
lhsvoar OF (continU). Origin of the 
wars between England and France, 
15th cent. ).. 96% ff. 76 b-78 b. 
- Poem by S. Daniel on " The ciuile 
warrs," 17th cent. Imperf. 13. 
Crouicoe ab origine mundi ad mor- 
tem R. Henriei V., 15th cent. 1939, 
ff. 1 22-129 b. 

, - Cronica Regum Anglie ad Henrici 
VI. coronationem, 1429. 1939, ff. 130- 
132 b. 
-- Genealogy of the kings of England 
from Brutus to Henry VI, 15th cent. 
2732, A. 
-------- Metrical chronicle of the kings of 
Egland from William I. to ltenry VI., 
15th cent. 1986, ff. 103-110 b. 
-- Names of the kings from William 
the Conqueror to Henry VI., 1454. 
960, f. 75 b. 

--------- List of kings, flore William I. to 

- Nomina regum Majoris 
15th cent. 289, £ 184. 
• 8eries Regum West-Saxouum, 16th 
cent. 1898 ff. 2--4. 
-- - Summary by Dr. Glisson of char- 
acters of British kings 17th cent. 2251 
ff. 3-16. 
Notes on the origin of the 
Bitons, 17th cent. 1009 ri 77. 
-- Chronicle of events from the 
year A.p. 311 to 835, 17th cent. 3985, 
tf. 85-113. 
- Series Regum Anglioe al, Ina usque 
ad Henricum 1., 12th cent. 3103, 
f. 121 b. 
-------- De heptarchia Saxonum et de rebus 
gestis in Britannia ab eorum adventu 
usque ad Edwardum Confessorem, 15th 
cent. !ml)er f. 289, ff. 184---195 b. 
Chronologia ab orbe condito ad 
A.D. 1220, 15th cent. 281, ff. 2 b--lA. 
Extracts from the large pedigree 
of the kings of England from Èdw. I. to 
1333, 16th cent. 1301, f. 353. 
Historia Angliœe ab Edw. III. nato 
usque ad captionem Davidis, Regis 
Scotioe, 1346, 15th cent. Lat. rerse. 
560» ff: 55-57 b, 
 Chronicon Auglioe, 1346- 1358, 
15th cent. Imperf. 560, ff: 58-60. 
lnetrica chronica AngIie 
scripta 15th cent. 1939» 

Brevis 
cenigmatice 
ff'. 4-11 b. 

------- Chronicle of England from John 
to Richard II., 15th cent. Imperf. 
0007 ff: 170-188. 

Britanuiœe, llenry VI., 1454. Lat. 3486 f. 1 b. 
--------- Chronicle of England, tempp. Rich. 
ll.-|lenry VI., 15th cent. Lat. 1776. 

-- List of kings, from William Bastard 
to Henry Vil., with duration of their 
reigus, 15th cent. 747, f. 54. 
Verses on, fi'om William I. to 
Edward VI., 16th cent. )'r. 1441, 
ff. 97-117. 
Collections out of the histories of 
Eugland from Ethelred to Eizabeth, 
1670. 273. 

- - Genealogies of ail the kings of 
England from the Conquest to Qu. Lliza- 
beth, with their successions and off- 
springs, temp. Eliz. 975, ff. 2-38. 
----- Summary of English history ri'oto 
Stel,hen to Charles I., by Jo. Ba., 17th 
cent. 2251, ff. 31-61 b. 

------ blnemonic lines on the Kings of 
England from Wiilian I. to Charles 1., 
17th cent. Lat. 1797, f. 3. 

Table of English kings ri'oin the 
Conquest to Charle» ll., 1659. 1844, 
f. 33 b. 

--------Autographs of eminent English 
state»men of the beginaing of the 17th 
cent. 2035, B. ff. 13-28. 

Collection of letters illustrative of 
English history, 1574-1667. 1519. 

Anecdotes relating to ambassadors 
and thir reception, 1604-1674. 3660. 

 Poems on State affairs, etc., 17th 
cent. 2717, ff. 68-110. 



164 

INDEX. 

:England, GENErtAI CttROIqICLES AND 
ttmTortY OF (continued). Treatise on the 
just interest of Kings of England in their 
f, ee d]sposing power and the valid]ty of 
their grants, by Chier Justice Hale, 1657. 
lmperf. 1435, ff. 107-121 b. 
Summary of taxes and levies 
fi-om William I. to James I.» 17th cent. 
1710, ff. 226-247. 
«Manifestation of the causes of 
the destruction in England»" 17th cent. 
648, f. 57. 
Papers relating to the woollen 
manufactures, etc., 17th cent. 2728» B. 
ff. 209-212. 
Consideratîons about the herrig 
fishery of Englan,| and Scotland being 
managed by the Low Countries, by J. 
Limbery, 17th cent. 2444. 
History and description of English 
dominions n the West Indies and 
Amerîca, 17th cent. 3861, ft: 62-67 b. 
Notes of the product]ons and 
antiquities by W. Courten, 1663. 3987, 
ff. 1-72. 
Chronological tables of events re- 
latiag to England from 1356 to 171. 
1652. 
England, SOVEREIGNS OF, and trans- 
actions in particular reigns. 
, ,'Tt[ELBALD, King of the Me,'- 
cîans. Translation of his charter of 
foundation in ..D. 716 of Croyland Abbey, 
18th cent. 3187, ff. 28-35. 
C_hrUT. Story of his conflict with 
the tides»latel7th cent. Ff. 1030, f. 75. 
ED WARD THE CONF.ESSOR. 
Revelatio et prophetia S. Edwar,]i, et 
de rebus gestis post mortem ejus usque 
ad a.P. 1189, 15th cent. 289, ff. 115 b- 
ll9b. 
- WILLIAM L Brevis relatio de 
Guillelmo, comite Normannorum, 12th 
cent. 3103, ff. 116 b-121 b. 
• Pauca de ejus rebus gestis, 
in .D. 1068, 1069, 15th cent. 289, 
f. 108b. 

:England, SOVEREIGNS OF, etc. HEArR 1" 
1L (continued). Excerpts conc. him and 

Qu. Eleanora ri'oto 
epistoloe," 17th cent. 
Historical notes 
1181» and 1189, 17th 
ff. 1, lb. 
RICHARD L 
by, in his expedition 
43, f. 12. 

"Petri Blesensis 
Lat. 1898 f. 8. 
for .D. 1176, 
cent. I.at. 1710, 

Note of la ws made 
at sea, 17th cent. 

ing 
Lat. 

of co. Sufl: 
foreign wars, 

with 
1226. 

J OII:: Letter to, from the Em- 
peror Otho IV. Lat. Copy, 13th cent. 
2478» f. 70 b. 
Copy of his seal as Count 
of Mortain, 18th cent. 3424, f. 4. 
tlE2fR ]" [1L Lire of, written, in 
1614, by Sir R. Cotton, 17th cent. 
1709, ff. 23-34 ; 3073, ff. 38-49 ; 3561. 
Bull of Innocent IV. touch- 
the right of, over Scotland, 1251. 
Copy, 18th cent. 3199, f. 117. 
Marshalling of the knights 
accompanying him in his 
16th cent. 1301 f. 274 b. 
.ED WARD I. Account ofhis wars 
Bruce and Wallace circ. 1600. 

Letter from the "Com- 
munity " of Scotland to, on a marriage 
between Prince Edward and Margaret, 
the heiress of Scotlan,l, 1290. Ff. Copy, 
18th cent. 3199» f. 117 b. 

tO 

Grant of safeconduct from, 
the Scottish Commissioners, 1291. 
Copy, 18th cent. 1399, f. 118 b. 
Engraving of arms of 

Barons in Parliament in 1301 at Lincol,, 
18th cent. 3424, f. 3. 
ED WARD Il. State-papers re- 
]ating to the years 1309-1316. Co2oies , 
16th cent. 2103, ff: 156 b-158 b. 
Arraignment of the Hugh 
le Despensers by the nobility, 1321. F,-. 
Copy, 16th cent. 1301, f. 242. 
ED WAttD III'. Articles fora union 
of England and Scotland, 1363. Ff. 
Col)y » 18th cent. 3199, ff. 119-121. 

- HEVR Y II. Letter to a Cardinal, 
[1166]. Lat. Col»y, 14th cent. 1777, Rosemarine a 
f. 43 b. 
• Letters to, from Arch- 
bishop Becket, 1-1166 1169]. .Lat. 

Copies, 14th cent. Imper]: 
35, 39. 
Concertatio 
cure Henrico Principe et 
principibus» metrice, 17th 
ff. 2-4b. 

1777, ff. 1, 

D. Thomoe 
tenebrarum 
cent. 1767, 

Libellus de virtutibus 
Comitissa de Henaunde 
ad filiam ejus Philippam, Reginam An- 
glicanam, transmissus 1338. Engl. 
transi. 3215, ff. 24b-30 b. 
HE2çR Y I V. Exposition of the 
statute of 5 Henry IV. against alchemists, 
16th cent. 1107. 
HENR Y V. MSS. 60 and 3501 
were dedicated to him circ. 1400. 



INDEX. 

165 

:England, SOVEREIGNS OF, cte. 
tinued). HENR Y VL IN'ores of publie 
events by Magister R. Trewythian, 1442- 
1458. 428 passim. 
• EDWARD IV. Warrant to the 
Kecper of the Wardrobe, 1468. Signed. 
2251» f. 79. 
- - Letters to Canon R. Rise- 
borghe, resl,ecting his claim to the 
Abbacy of Missenden, 1-1472]. Copy. 
747, f. 57 b. 
-. - Letters to T. Hampden, 
Sheriff of cos. Bedf. and Berks., conc. Mis- 
sendeaAbbey,[1472]. Copy. 747, f. 58. 
Committal of Prince Ed- 
ward by, to Lord I:ivers and the tishop 
of Worcester, 148.3. 3479, ff. 53 b-58. 
Alchemical process after, 
17th cent. o6131, f. 29. 
-- Letter to, on alchemy from 
G. t¢ipley, in ver»e, 17 th cent. 2101, f. 17 b. 
- - . The saine letter, wanting 
the first 9 stanzas and having 14 
additional stanzas at the en,] 17th 
cent. 3667, ff. ]57 b-160. 
- . Letter to, on alchemy 
from R. Lully, n.d. Lat. Copy» 1694. 
3753» ff. 118-136. 
- . lqedical prescriptions for, 
15th cent. Lat. 403, ff. ô38 b, 3;59. 
. Pomander against the Pes- 
tilence, 17th cent. 1072, : 22. 
HENR Y VIL Historia heroico 
carmiae descripta, auctore J. Herdo, 
16th cent. 181 ff. 132-166. 
«Orationes in missis di- 
cendoe pro" ejus " bono, felici ac pros- 
pevo statu, late 15th cent.. 747, f. 78 b. 
Lamentation on the death 
of (2u. Elizabeth» his wife, by Sir T. 
More, 16th cent. 1835, f. 88 b. - 
- HENRI" I-I[L Lire, from his 
falling in love with A. Boleyn to the 
death of Qu. Kathaine of Aragon, 17th 
cent. 2495. 
- • , ,State pal,ers,[1514]-1546 , 
relating to his fo-eign poliey. Lat. 
and F'. Cpies, 16th cent. 2103, ff. 
170, 189, 193, 197, 19', o., 
-------- State papers, 1515-1525, 
rel.xting to his foreiga poliey. Copies , 
17th cent. 3839. 
Celebration of SI. George's 
at Windsor, 1519. 1494, 

day by, 
45 b-49. 

• - State papers, 1524, 1543, 
relating to his Scottish policy. Copies, 
17th-18th centt. 3199, ff. 18 b, 31, 82, 
')')9.., 236 b, 245, 249. 

nglnd, ,,;OrErtEmSSO', etc. HENR Y 
VIIL (continued). Grant of privileges in 
1530 by, to English merchants in Spain. 
Copy, 16th cent. 2442, ff: 135-137. 
• . Instructions to Dr. Wot- 
ton as Ambassador to the Emperor» 
[1543J. 2442, f. 34. 
Appoiutment in 1546 by, 
of a commission on Cambridge Unie-er- 
sit)'. C(,py, 17th cent. 3562» f. 2. 
Part of his Wil|. Copy, 
16th cent. 1301, f. 280 b. 
WîII, 1546. (.bpy, 17th 
cent. 1710, ff. 124--131. 
Medical receipts devised 
by the King and the Royal Physicians, 
16th cent. 1047. 
Remedy for sweating given 
to, by Dr. Chambre, n.d. 1585, f. 41. 
. Epitaph, 17th cent. /_,ct. 
v«»»e. 1983, l. f. 79. 
Talc on the subject of 
Henry VIII. and the Duke of Suffolk, 
late 17th cent. F.. 1009, ff. 287-312. 
Itolograph inscription in 
a book of Prayers, pot I509. 116, f. 72. 
- Dissertation on a Royal 
gold medal of the year 1545, by Sir T. 
Browne, 17th cent. 1827, f. 54. 
- MS. 1835 vas dedicated 
to, by P. J. Oli'arius. 
- Fetition of Th. A[waye to 
[Qu. Anae Boleyn, 1530-1536]. 1207, 
ff: 1 b-4 b. 
- Eitaph on Qu. Jane Sey- 
mour, by Bishop Fox, late 17th cent. 
Lot. 1028, f. 30b. 
A l,laster for Qu. Arme of 

Clercs, 16th cent. 
- Grant 
immunities to (u. 
3837. 

10t7, f. 30b. 
of privileges an,l 
K. Howard, 1541. 

- - E1) WARD I'L Allegations of his 
Commissioners at Brussels on the ller- 
chants Adventurêrs' l,rivileges, 1548. 
Lat. 2103, ff. 6.-74, 15-168. 
State papers relating to 
his foreign and dt, mestic policy, 1549- 
1552. o o -, 
.44«, ff. 24, 27, 35 b, 37, 44, 46 
52 53 b, 67, 68 72 140. 
- - Appointment by, of 
Bucer, as l'rofessor of The(,logy at Cam- 
bridge, 1549. Copy, 17th cent. 3562, 
f. 3b. 
• - MedicaI receil,t for 17th 
cent. 3490, A. f. 48 b. 
Èpitaph, by Dt'. N. Itigh- 
more, 17th cent. Lat. verse. 581, f. 16 



166 INDEX. 

:England, 

SOVEREIGN$ OF» te. ED- 
IVARD IrL (co, tb, ued). Portrait, 1664. 
995, f. 1 b. 

7009, f. 91 b. 

Horoscope, ]ate 17th cent.. 

 £H[LIP AND .IARI'. State 
pal,ers relating to their Scottish and 
foreign policy, 1553-1557. 2442, ff. 
116, 133, 138, 141. 
Confirmation of charters 
and privileges granted to the merchants 
of the ttanse or the 8tilyard, 1554. 
365, ff. 1-25 b. 
Answer of King Philip to 
the welcome of Cambri,lge University, 
1554. Lat. 3562, f. 64b. 
Royal warrant for the 
grant of Woodfeld Manor, co. Worc., 
1557. Signed by the lçi»g and (2,een. 
'2251, f. 83. 
 Answer to Qu. Mary, 
from her sister Elizabeth, through Sir 
ï. Pope, 1588 [1558]. 176, f. 39. 
- - Directions of Qu. Mary 
for restoring Roman Catholicism, n. d. 
1786, f. 51. 

Conference of Qu. Mary 
with her Council touching the treaty 
with Germanv and France against Spain, 
n.d. 1786, ff. 77 b-80. 
3lorning prayer of Qu. 
3lary, 17th cent. 1583, f. 3. 
Funeral sermon on Qu. 
Mary, by the Bishop of Winchester, 
lb58. 1578. 
• - - Qu. Mary formerly owned 
MS. 2565. 
-- Poems by Protestant pris- 
oners in their reign, 17th cent. 1896, 
ff. 6 b-58. 
ELIZABETH Billoe signatoe et 
privata sigi]la, 1558-1582. 1567, ff'. 1- 
448 b. 
 Confirmationes libertatum 
antiquarum, 1558-1564. 1567, ff: 449- 
458 b. 
-.-State l»apers relating to 
ber Scotch po|icy, 1558-1587. Copies, 
] th cent• 3199, ff. 16-333 b, passim. 

State papers relating to 
ber foreign policy, 1559-1588. 2442, 
ff: 20-156 b p,ssim. 
-. Letter fo Mac Mahome, 
1559. Lat. Cop'.l. 3562, f. 1. 
- Protestationby the French 
Ambassa,lor of the French King's pacifie 
intentions, 1560. 15". 2103, ff. 185- 
187 b. 

ngland, Sovzavac,.s or, etc. 

EL IZA- 

B ETI! (continued). Discharge for stuff 
delivered by the Yeomen of the Ward- 
robe, 1560. Cy. 1519, f. 221. 
- , Confirmation of the sta- 
tutes of Trinity College, Cambridge, 
1560. Lat. Copy. 659, f. 2. 
- Letter to Lord Burghley, 
1560. Copy. 356OE, f. 14. 
.... Orations ruade to, by Lord 
Keeper Bacon, exhorting ber to marriage, 
1562, 1571. 105, ff. 1 3. 
Grants or" licences for 
working the mines royal in England, 
[relaml and Wales, 1564-1565. Copies. 
1709, ff. 35-54. 
The Queen's speech to the 
University of Cambridge, [1564]. Lat. 
401, f. 38. 
- Address o1" congratulatin 
from the University o¢ Oxford on thê 
Queen's arrival at Lord Leicester's bouse, 
[1566]. L,,t. 2987, ff: 32-36. 
. . The Queen's orati« at 
Oxford, [1566]. Lat. 2987, f. 37. 
------- Letter to, ri'oto the Great 
Tut'k, [1566]. Trarst. 2177, f. 15. 
• Letter to, ri'oto Sir T. 
Smith, Anbassad«,r in France, 1567. 
Coi, g. 1710, ff. 107 b-109. 
-- Letter to the Couut Pala- 
tine, [1569]. Let. 399, £ 35. 
. . Letter to, fi'om Albert 
Friedrich, Margrave of 13randenburg, 
1569. Lat. 3299, f. 5. 
- State |etters and papers 
relating to her reign. 1570-1603. Copies, 
17th cent. 1786 ff. 3 b, 18, 37, 39, 52, 
69, 93 b, 98 b. 
_- ------ Letter to, from the Con- 
suis and 3lagistrates of Emden, 1570. 
") • 
Lat. 3.99, f. 1 
_ - -- Answer of the Queen and 
Council to the French Aubassa.lors, 1571. 
1710, f. 116. 
---- Letter t o, from Sir P. 
.qidney, touehing a marriage with the 
Due d'Anjou, [1571]. Cp,j. 24. 
Letter to, fi'om the Duke 
of .Nort'o|k, 1571. Copy. 2172, f. 40. 
Accompt of Jewel.-; pre- 
sented to the Queen, 1572-1587. 814. 
Letter from one of her 
physicians to another about ber health, 
1572. Lat. 157, f. 4. 
• . Letter to, from Philip ll., 
1574. Lat. 1519, f. 12. 



INDEX. 

167 

:England, Sovzm.ns oF, etc. 

E L IZA- 
BE'I"tl (continued). Letter from the 
Privv Council to Cambridge University, 
157,. C: y. 3562, f . 16 b. 

- Letter to, from Ysabe], 
widow of Charles IX., 1577. Lat. 3299, 
f. 50. 

by, 1579. 

- Receipt of perfume used 
2251, f. 15. 
- Letter to, from Ludwig, 

DukeofWiîrtemberg, 1579. L««t. 3299, 
f. 3. 
Letters to, from George 
Frederic, Margrave of Brandenburg, 
1579. Lat. 329'3, ff. 6, 8. 
- Treaty with Turkey, 1580. 
Copy. 1606, ff. 23-25 b. 
• Supplication of Convoca- 
tion to, for the restoration of Archbishop 
Gl'in,tal, 1580. Lat. Copy. 1710, 

f. 106 b. 
Letter 
Comte d' Arco, 1580. 

to, from Olivier, 
Ital. 3299, f. 9. 

- Arraignment of E. Cam- 
pion and others for treason, 1582. 1 132, 
ff. 2-14 b. 

• Charter foi" foundation of 
a surgery lecture in the College of 
Physicians, 1582. Lat. Coty. 3914, 
ff. 126 b-128 b. 
Actions of the English 
navy, 1585-1603, collected by Sir W. 
hlonson, 1624. Imperf. 43;2496, ff. 113- 
188. 
Lists of the ecclesiastical Venice, 159. 
establishment, and the royal household, 
etc, 1585. 3194. of George 
Brandenburg, 
. Addition fo the treaty 21-23 b. 
between England and the Low Countries, 
1585. Signed and sealcd. 3245. 
Letter to, ri'oto Lord 
Arundel, 1585. Copy. 2172, ff. 41-43 b. 
Letters patent directed for 
the execution of Mary, Qu. of Scots, 
158,î. Cvpy. 650, ff: 139 b-141. 
Warrants to the Masters 
of the Armory and Ordnance an,| he 
Sheriff of Nortb]k, 1587-1600. Signcd. 
1519, ff. 216--220. 
Letter to the Lords of the 
Council from the University of Oxford, 
1587. Lat. 3299, f. 17. 
Diary of the Commissioners 
sent into Flanders to treat with the 
panish Commissioners, Febr. 158-July, 
1588. 262, ff. 41-86 b. 

-------- Account of the Spanish 
Armada, 1588. 262, f. 69 b. 

EL IZA- 
BETfl (continued). Spanish provk, ions 
of the Armada, 1588. 1455, f. 2; b. 
Note of forces furnished 
by each county for Tilbury Camp, and 
for the defence of the Queen's person, 
1588. 35, f. 1 b. 
- • Names of forts and castles 
along the sea coast, with names of the 
captains in charge, temp. Eliz. 857, 
f. 105. 
Metrical prophecy against 
England, 158. 262, f. 70 b. 
Letters to, from H. 
Broughton, 1589. Colies. [mperf . 
3088, ff. 70-74, 79. 
- , Form of summons to abide 
the execution of the Royal Commission 
on a bill of complaint, 1592. 2497, 
f. 48b. 
Letter to Henry IV. of 
France, on his conversion, ['1593]. 
Copy. 2764, f. 24. 
Letter te, from Christian 
IV. of Denmark, and his senators, 1594. 
Lat. 3299, f. 31. 
- - Papers relating to the 
surrend«r of O. Niger by the English 
Government to the Venetian Govern- 
ment, [1595-1603J. L,,t. 3299, ff. 
45-47. 
Royal letters, commissions, 
warrants, etc., 1595-1598. Copies. 33. 
Letter to the Doge of 
Lat. 3299, : 19. 
Letter to the Councillors 
Frederic, Margrave of 
1595. Lat. 3299, ff. 

Letter to, from Lord Es- 
sex, [1597]. 1856, f. 5. 
Verses on the Armada, by 
J. F. L. t'. B., [1597]. F'. 1603, ff: 1-55. 
Rerum vulgatarum notoe  
by R. Smith, 1598-1604. 414, ff. 50- 
6lb. 
Proceedings of the Privy 
Council to stop the libels on the mis- 
carriage of Lord Essex' expe,lition into 
Ireland against Tyrone's rebellion, 1599. 
3828, ff. 47-63 b. 
Letters to the Privy Coun- 
cil from H. Broughton, 1599. Col)ies. 
308, ff: 74 b-78, 83-84. 
Letter to, fl'om Lord Es- 
sex, [1600]. 1856, f. 6 b. 
Permission to Peter Hotse, 
Cambridge, for free election to fellow- 
ships, 1600. Copy. 1441, f. 49. 



168 INDEX. 

.ngland, SOVREIGN OF, 

cent. 
Fr. 

E L IZA- 
BETtl(continued). Letter to, from the 
University of Ca,nbridge, 160ï. Copy. 
3562, f. 75 b. 
Report to the Privy Coun- 
cil on the dispute between the Merchant 
Adventurers and Lord CmnberIand, 1602. 
25. f. lll,. - 
-. Cousiderations of F. Bacon 
touching the Queen's service in Ireland, 
[1602]. 3078, ff. 22 b-30. 
- Observations conc. the lire 
and reign of, by a retainer of Lord 
Burghley, 1603. 718. 
Declaration of the nature 
ct" climacterical years occasioned by ber 
death, 17th cent. 2117, ff. 231-236. 
Verses on her death 17th 
1792, t: 112 b. 
Horoscope of, lute 17th cent. 
1009, : 9 `) 
Sermon br Dr. Gouge at 
Black Friars in memory )f her accession, 
1639. 25% f. 199. 
Descent of, 17t1 cent. 72, 

159. 

Petitions, letters and other 
l,apers of the puritan clergy, 17th cent. 
Copie.,'. 271, ff. 20-72, l,assim. " 
- Discourse of seaports to, 
by 5if W. Ralegh, or Sir D. Digges, 17th 
cent. 3828, ff. 181-188 b. 
• . Discourse touching, by Sir 
F. I',acon, 17th cent. 755. 
A dialogue of" the mar- 
riage of, by Sir T. Smith, 17th cent. 
303, ff. 1-18. 

Letters to, from F. Bacon, 

on sending New Years' gifts, n. d. 3078, 
ff'. 3 b, 4. 
. Letter to, from C. tti- 
hernus, n. d. Lat. 3299, f. 43. 
Petition to, from P. 
li.sus, n.d. Lat. 3299, f. 39. 

Petition to, ri-oto C. God- 
Lat. 3299, f. 48. 
Letter on alchemy to, from 

w in, n. d. 

R. Walker, n.d. Copy. 3654, ff: 14 b-22. 
.... MS. 18.»- was dedicated 
to ber, in 150, by W. Teshe. 
MS. 479 was dedicated to 
l, er, in 159, by I3. Cradock. 
MS. 4014 was originally 
dedicated to ber. 
JAMES L Proceedings from 
718, 

accession to hi coronation, 1603. 
ff'. 33-40 b. 

:England, SovrzaEmr¢s OF, etc. 

JA JIE8 

L (contin,,ed). Liber Regalis, or ('orona- 
tion rites, for James I. and Arme of 
Denmark, 1603. 1494, ff. 89-105. 
-. Actions of the English 
navy, 1603-1624, collected by Sir W. 
Manson, 1(;24. Imper'l. 43 ; 2496, 
ff. 113-188. 
_ . l Correspondeuee of the 
King with the Universit)' of Cambridge, 
1603-I 623. En(ll. and .Lat. Cop;es. 
3562, ff. 50, 79, 97, 99, 100 b. 
- Discourse on the peace 
with Spain and tire retaining of the 
Netherlan,ls, by Sir W. 12alegh, 1602 
[1603]. 63, ff. 58-69. 
Dissertatîon on the union of Eng- 
land and Scotland, hy .';if ll. Spelman, 
17th cent. 3521. 
-. - Treatise on the Union of 
England and Scotland, by Sir J. Dod01- 
ridge, 1604. 3479, ff. 59-67. 
On the union of England 
and Scotland, by Lusitanus Philadelphus 
Nomophulax, 17th cent. 78, ff. 109- 
llSb. 
- . Arguments of Privy Coun- 
cillors to the King on sen,liug aid to the 
Netherlands, 1603. 1435, ff. 144-155b. 
Letter to the U,,iversities, 
for glebe and tithes in parsonages im- 
pl-opriate fo be lea,,l to the vicar or 
other incumbents, 1603. 1856, ff. 
36 b-39. 
Letter fo, ri'oto the Catho- 
lics of Egland at his accession, [1603]. 
¢.'opy. 1775, f. 57. 
Letter fo, from F. Bacon, 
[1603]. Copies. 1775, f. 86 ; 308, f. 31. 
Letters t-, from Sir W. 
Ralegh, 1603. Copies. 3520, ff. 10 b, 12 
• • -------- Correspondence and papers 
of Lord Falkland, Lord Deputy of lre- 
land, 1604--1625. 3827, ff; 1-47 b. 
Diary of proceedings in 
the treaty at London beîween England, 
Spain, and Austria, 160¢. 1851. 
• Manner of the King swear- 
ing to the league with Spain, before the 
Constable of Casttle, 1604. 1494, f. 106. 
- Permission to L. Mawe, 
Fellow of Peterhouse, Cambt'idge, to 
hold a living with his fel|owship, 
1441, f. 50 b. 

1606. Copv. 
Londou, conc. the repairing of bt. Paul's 
steeple, 1608. Copy. 1008, f. l. 

Letter to, from F. Bacon, 
3078, ff. 46 b-48 b. 
Letter to the Bishop of 



INDEX. 

169 

.ngland, SOVEREIGNS OF, etC. 
I. (continued). Letter to the 
of co. Hertf., 1608. Coing. 
f•3o 

JAJIES 
Justices 
3827, 

Duties of a gentleman of 
the Royal IIousehold, 1610• 1494. 
. Letter to, frotn the Qaeen 
Regent of France, 1610. 173, f. 1. 
Medical treatment of !he 
King and Queen, by Sir T. Turquet de 
Mayerne, 1612-1625. 1679. 
Prescription against poi- 
sons for, by Dr. Mayerne, 1612. Lat. 
174, f. 24. 
Letter to, from Lord Chan- 
cellor Ellesmere, 161. 1710, f. 358; 
1786, f. 27. 
Narrative of the divorce 
between Lord Essex and his wife in 1613, 
written by Archbishop Abbot. Cojy , 
17th cent. 3828, ff. 1-46 b. 
--- Confereuce with the Arch- 
bishop of Canterburv on Lord Essex' 
divorce [1613:]. 1856, ff. 47-50 ; 2569, 
f. 84. 

penditure by 
sioners, 1613. 

Reduction of public ex- 
the "l'reasury Commis- 
1786, f. 80 b. 

---- Letter ri'oto the Privy 
Council to the Sheriff and Justices of co. 

Cambr., 1614• 

Norris, 1615. 

Copy. 2442, f. 160. 
Letter to, from Lord 
Copy. lî86, f. 93 b. 

Letter to, fram the Lords 
of the Council on behalf of Sir E. Coke, 
1616. Cop,j. 1710, f. 137. 
------ Answer by ail the Justices 
to the King's letter, 1616. 1786, f. 26. 
• Directions fo the Uni- 
versity of Oxf,.,rd, given by the King 
himself, 161,î.. 972, f. 8. 
Lettêr to the Uuiversity 
of Cambridge, 161,. Lat. Cop,j. 1775, 
f. 33 b. 

-- Manner of his entertain- 
ment in Scotland, by Sir A. Weldon, 
1617. 3213, ff. 1-10 b. 
Instructions to the Bishop 
of Llandaff and others sent into the Low 
Countries for compounding the Church 
differences, 1618. Copy. 2442, f. 161. 
Declaration of lawful 
2572, ff. 56-59 b. 
Book of fees and salaries 
Household, for the year 
by J. Burgh, 17th cent. 

sports, 1618. 

of the Royal 
1619, collected 
290. 

:England, Sovtar;toss or, etc. JAMES 
L (continued). General collection of all 
the offices of England with the fees 
belonging to them being in the King's 
gift, 17th cent. 72, f. 119 b-162 b. 
13ook of fees l)aid to officer» 
and ser-ants of the Crown, 17th cent. 
1520. 
• Colection of offices and 
livings in England in his gift, 17th cent. 
3479, ff. 70-147 b. 
Verses on New Year's day 
addressed tt,, by R. Thory, 1619. L,ct. 
1768, f. 78. 
. • Vox pol,uli , or ' Newes 
"from Spayne," [1620]. 1435, ff. 194- 
203 ; 1770, ff. 88-102" b; 2531, ff: 
67 b-91. 
Correspondence with tlle 
Emperor Ferdinand Il., 1621, 162 t 
2" 
Engl. and L t. Coflies. 30, ff. 9, 13. 

1621. 
befi, re the 
542, f. 38. 

Proceedings in Parliament, 
128, ff. 81 «- 
Verses on the play acted 
King, t Woodstock 1621. 

Spain, 1622. 

Letter to Philip IV. of 
Lat. Coloy. 826, £ 9. 

Letter from the L-:,rds of 

murder of bastard children, [1623-4]. 
2728, f. 205. 
Speech at Theobalds to 
the Committee of Lord», 162. 826, f. 20 

Act for l,reventing the 

the Council to the Justices of the Peace 
for levyng a contribution for recovery 
l..,... (bpy. 34, f. 1. 
of the Palatinate, Co.-, 
Relation of proceedings 
against the English at Amboyna by the 
Dutch, 16""-' 36-L5, ff. 176 b-186 b. 
The K'n«'s directions and 
commands to the l'rince's two chaplains, 
conc. their service in pain, 162  97 ° 
f. 10. 
Propositions touching the 
marrîage between the l'rince of Wales, 
and the Infanta of Slain , sent. to Rome, 
with the Pope's replies and demands, 
1623. 363, £ 9. 
Verses on Prince Charles' 
entertaiament in 16..» in Spaln, 17th 
cent. 542, f. 37. 
-- Correspondence of the K ing 
with his son-in-law Frederic, the Elecor 
Palatine, 1623. Copies. 30, ff. 1, 2 b ; 
1775, tt: 59 b-65 b. 
• Letter to, ri'oto the Arch- 
bishop of Canterbury, 1623. Copy. 
1775, f. 



170 INDEX• 

:England, SOVEREIGNS OF, etc. 

JAMES 
l. (continued). Tract on the marriage of 
th«; Prince of Wales with a Fl-ench or 
Spanish Prmcess, ci,'c. 1624. 23. 
------- - Letter to the Catholics of 
Great l;ritain ri'on, Card. Richelieu, 1624. 
Let. 1775, f. 
- Relation of the journey to 
an,l fi'om England of t he Seigneur de La 
Villeauxclercs on the marriage of 
Charles I., 1624--1625. 1156. 

1624. Co t, y. 

Warrant to Lord Suflblk, 
2442, f. 1 _ b. 
Political satires, in verse, 

1624. "' 
ovo, ff: 11-17. 
---Notice of his death and 
funeral with the proclamation of Charles 
I. in London, 1625. 826, f. '22. 
• Petitions for an inquiry 

into his death by 
physician, [1626]. 

G. Eglesham, his 
1779, ff. 160-188 b. 

Elegy on 
J. ]3arrye, 17th cent. 
179b. 

his death, by 
1394, ff. 175 b- 

----- Elegy on, 17th cent. 1792, 

Descent of, 17th ce,,t. 72, 

Petitions, letters and other 

l,al,ers of the puritan clergy, 17th cent. 
Copies. 271, fl: 20-72, p«,:shn. 
Speeches in Parliament 
and the Star Chamber by Sir F. Bacon, 
17th cent. 3522, ff. 4-24, 31-34 b. 
• An address to the King 
and Parliament of Great Dritain to 
support Germany in ber religious 
troubles, 17th cent. 648, f. 49. 
- Discorso alla Papa Gre- 
gorio XIII., per la guerra d'lnghilterra, 
17th cent. 2180, ff. 67-76. 

Riccius, n. d. 

Letter to, from J. B. 
223, f. 1. 
Letter from T. Alured to 

the Marquis of Buckingham against the 
Spani.h match, n.d. Co1,:/, 17th cent. 
1455, ff. 20-23 b. 
, -. Anonymous letter to the 
Committee for suppressing beggars, n. d. 
1524, ff: 71-80 b. 
-- . Letter fo the Council, 
from the Justices of Peace in co. Devon, 
n.d. Col)Il. 1775, f. 72. 
Le/ter to the King, from 
the Privy Counci], n.d. Copy. 1786, 
ff. 62-66 b. 
. Poem on the Gunpowder 
Plot, 17th cent. Lat. 823. 

:England, SOVEEIGNS OF, etc. 

I. (cont bmed). 
Plot, 17th cent. Lnpt rf. 
ff. 57-61. 
 Verses on 
before the King, 17th cent. 

JA MES 
l'ocre on the Gunpowder 
Lat. 1 515, 

a disputation 
1489, f. 14 b. 

York and 
3415, f. 5. 

Verses by the King, on 
Queen Anne's death, n.d. Copy. 1786, 
f. 93; 1792, f. 112 b. 
• 51S. 3081 wa dedicated 
to him, by ir J. Doddridge. 
MS. 4014, was dedieated 
to him, hy T. Moflt. 
CIL4RLES L Note of his birth 
in 1600, and decollation in 164ï. 1778, 
f. lO. 
Autograph, as Duke of 
Albany, in album, [1609]. 

Papers relating to the in- 
tended marriage of Prince Charles with 
the In6anta of fil,aih, 1622, 1623. Copies. 
826 ff. 9-19 b. 
-. Oratio habita ad Principem 
Wallioe per alumnum Collegii Vailesole- 
tant, [1623]. 972, f. 11. 
Verses on his journey to 
Spath, 17th cent. 1792, f. 52 b. 
- Carmina ex Academia 
Cantabrigiensi de reditu ejus ex His- 
paniis, 1623. 1479, f. 14. 
- Verses addressed fo, when 
Prince of Wale:, by A. Ross, 17th cent. 
Lat. 1381, f. '20. 
- "Oleum prescriptum ad 
in Coronatione Carolum I., 
Regem," 17th cent. 2220, 

ungendum 
Brittannie 
f. 264b. 
1625-1646. 
ff. 11-18 b; 

Proceedings in Parliament, 
36 ; 203, ff. 41-56 b ; 346, 
1008, f. 10 ; 1199, ff. 63 b 
83 b ; 1200, ff: 1-37 b ; 1430; 1479, ff. 
32 b-34b ; 1710, ff. 20-305 b ; 1775, 

ff. 44b, 45; 2531, ff. 96, 105-123 ; 
3065, ff: 2-5, 7-20; 3299, ff: 58, 16; 
3317. 

the domestic 
1641. Uopies. 
1467. 

State papers relating to 
policy of his reigo, 1625- 
826, ff. 26-150 b, passim ; 

.... Correspondence aud pal,ets 
of Lord Falkland, Lord Deputy of Ireland, 
1625-1632. 3827, ff. 48-16. 
- Proposition to the Lords 
of the C«uncii how fo increase the navy 
17th cent. 28. 
- F, esolution of the judges 
conc. digging of saltpetre, 1625. 1039» 
f. 93. 



INDEX 

England, SOVEREIGNS 
CIIARLES I. (coniued). 
on entering Canterbury, 
ff. 1-6. 

OF» êC. 
Spceches to, 
1625. 1455, 

Accourir of the plague in 
London» 1625. 1471, ff. 19-24. 
- Correspondence of the 
King with Cambridge University, 1626- 
162S. .Engl. and Lat. Copies. 1479, 
ff. 17 21 ; 1775, ff. 32 b, 33» 36 b» 37 b, 
38b. 
. State ]etters and papers 
relating chiefly to the Civil War» 1628- 
1649. 1519. 

- Order of Council for a 
general horsemuster on Hounslow Heath, 
162. 1983, P_,. f. 30. 
-- The state of the kingdom» 
circ. 1628. 1199, f. 63 b. 

, Discoul'se of 
court of Parliament, 
38-76. 

the high 
1200» ff. 

• . Letter fo the Sultan on 
recalling Sir T. Roe, [1628]. Copy. 
856» t r. 13. 

Grant of Congleton Manor 

to London citizens» 1628. 3299» ff: 158- 
163 b. 
- - - Bill of the Star Chamber 
against Lord Bedford and others [1629]. 
1199, f. 103 ; 1200» ff. 77-85 b. 
------- Order of Council respecting 
the controversy between the town and 
University of Cambdge» 1629. Copy. 
1775» f. 39. 
Instructions from the King 
fo Cambri, ige University for its better 
government, 16}. Col,Y. 1775, f. 42 b. 
Discourse on the ruin of 
the English fisheries bv the Hollanders; 
by Sir R. Maunsel]» 160. 26. 
Answer of Dr. A. Lighton 
to a bill in the Star Chamber, 1630. 41. 
Letter to the King» ri'oto 
Gustavus Adolphus, of Sweden, 1631. 
Copy. oo._, f. 5. 
Order for the attendance 

of nurses and rockers in the Royal 
nursery, 1631. Copy. 206» A. . 11. 
Collection of the whole 

procee,lings between the King and J. 
Hampden in the case of shipmoney 
1635-1638. 3933. 

• Letter from the Lords of 
the Council to the Justices of the Peace 
for levying a contribution for repair of 
St. Paul's, 1635. Copy. 34, f. 2. 

nglsnd, SOVEREIGNS OF, etc. 
CHARLES . (continted). Arguments 
of the lawyers concerning the shipmoney 
1637. 1569. 
- Papers relating to church 
worship in Seotland, 1637-1639. 650. 
-- Sumnons to meet the lçing 
at York» 163. Copy. 1008, f. 12. 
Passages conce,-ni,g the 
contribution of Roman Catholics towards 
his Northern journey» 1639. 1470, ff. 
37-53 b. 
Pacification of Birks, 1639. 

1008» f. 13. 

- Instructions to the At- 
torney Gene,'al foi" a confirmation of 
privileges of the College of Physicians, 
1639. 3914, f. 100. 
State papers relating to 
the Civil War, 1640. Copies. 1911- 
1913, ff. 205-212 b. 
Observations o,a Irelaud as 
affected to the present differences between 
England and Scotland, 1640. [mperf. '2'. 
Form of prayer foi" avert- 
ing the plague and otler judgments of 
God» 1640. 287. 
Petition to the Kiag from 
Lord Es.ex and others, with answer, 
1640. 1710» ff. 118» 119. 
Musters of foot, horse and 
artillery regiments» 1611. 1200, ff. 90- 
129. 
Act of Parliament relatinoe 
to the College of Physicians» 16-1. 
Draft copy. 13914, ff. 94-99. 
Proclamation against the 
lrish rebels, 164. 1008, I: 37. 
Treaty at Oxford between 
the King and the l'arliamentarv Com- 
missioners, 1643. 1771, tL 1-22"b. 
Letter from the King to 
» in cipher 1643. Imperf. 1519, 
f. 32. 
Articles of agreement at 
Fowey between the Royalists and Parlia- 
mentarians 1644. Cop: t. 1983, B. f. t4. 
Letters from the King 
and Queen to Sir T. 5Iayerne 164. 
Col:les. 1679» ff. 71 b» 72. 
Papers delivered fo the 
Committee of thc Estates of Scotland 
by the nglish Parliamentary Commis- 
sioners» 1645. 1771» f. 23. 
Letter from the King t o 
Gen. Goring, 164. Copy. 1519» f. 58. 
Appoiutment by» of P. 
Siort, as Physiciau of Oxford Garrison, 
164.5, 3299, f. 78. 



172 INDEX. 

:England, SOVEaEmS 
CHA RL ES I. (continued). 
his daughter Klizabeth, 
3299, ff. 145-147. 

oF, e16. 
Letters to 
1647--I 648. 

Speech and behaviour on 
the scaf[old, 1649. 1008, f. 172. 

El)itaph , 17th cent. 1983, 

B.f. 79. 

Sonnet sur la mort de. 
17th cent. 95, f. 2. 
Service by Dr. T. Thurs- 
crosse used in Charterhouse Schooi 
Chape| on 30 Jan., 1649. 4035, ff. 60-69. 
Portrait, in pen and ink, 
by boys of Christ's Hosl,ital , 1664. 994, 
ff. 2, 11 b. 
Formerly owned MS. 489. 
MS. 301 was dedicated to 
him, by F. Drake. 
- MS. 1109 was dedicat«d to 
him, by W. Dickins. 
Instructions to George, 
Archbishop of Canterbury, for the 
Bishops of his Province, [1625-1633.] 
1775, f. 74. 
Extracts ri'oto papers re- 
lating to the Rebellion, 17th cent. 
1818» ff. 194-_°08 b. 
• . Ragguaglio delle turbu- 
lenze d'Inglaterra al tempo di Carolo I., 
17 th cent. Two copies. 2180, ff. 1-33 b, 
34-51 b. 

Address of the Presby- 
terians to the King, with his answer, 
n.d. 3065, f. 21. 
. Solution of the problem 
how to reconcile hîm and the Parliament, 
17th cent. 3074 ; 3077. 
. Address to, fi'om a Scotch- 
man, 17th cent. 30t5, ff. 24b-26 b. 
- Signatures ofseveral Regi- 
ci,les, and l.P.s, n.d. 645, f. 46. 
• Scheme of nativity of Qu. 
Henrietta Maria, 1609. 1707, f. 7 ; 
1709, f. 170 b. 
-- Proe»cripta medica jussu 
Doct. Mayerne parata pro l, artu Reginoe, 
1631. 2235, f. 23. 
Dedication to Qu. Henri- 
etta Maria, br G. Sandys of his Para- 
phrase of the" Song of Solomon, 1642. 
1009 f. 376 b. 
Recipe « f Henrietta Maria 

:England, 

SOVEREIGNS 

OF, etC. 
CIIARLES I. (continued). Prescriptions 
for Princess Arme, by Dr. :Mayerne, 
[1637-1640]. Lat. 174, f. 34b. 
------- Horoscope of Princess Eliza. 
beth, 1635. 1778, f. 17. 
- Prescriptions for Princess 
Elizabeth, by Dr. Mayerne, circ. 1640. 
Lat. 174, t: 35 b ; 206, A. f. 141. 
- Notice of the death of 
Princess Elizabeth in the Isle of Wight, 
1650. Lat. 206, A. f. 1. 
• COMMONWEAL TH. Reasons 
for peace with the Low Countries, 17th 
cent. 1770, ff: 131-135. 
--- Letter from the Council 
of State to the Lord General Fairfax 
on issuing commissions tbr martial law, 
1650. 1519, f. 214. 
• Accoutt of the Portugal 
prizes taken by the Parliament fleet, 
1650. 1039. f. 115. 
-- Proposais conc. the Isle of 
/lan fo the Council of State, by T. 
Slader, 1651. 1008, f. 179. 
Warrant of the Council of 
tate to th'eir Secretary to pay S. 
Bethell, 1651. 1519, f. 155. 
--- OLII'ER CI?OMWELL, Lord 
l'rotector. Warrant ofthe Cuncil on his 
order to pay a pen-ion to F, Hutchinson, 
1654. 1519, f. 154. 
Order to the Receiver- 
General of Revenue for payment of salarv 
to Dr. Glisson, 1654. Copy. oo..., f. 6. 
Fatidicum anagramma no- 
minis ejus, 1654. 648, f. 23. 
, .. Directions of Col. l'enrud- 
dock foi" his fellow-prisoners on their 
trial fgr lire, 1655. 18. 
-- Memorial o, ri'oto the 
Spanish Ambassadors, 1655. En:ll. and 
Span. Copies. 3083, ff. 8 b, 18. 
-. Grant from, to E. Horse- 
man, of a Tellership of the Exchequer, 
• 024.). 
1656 " " 
= - Summons to Parliament 
to his son Richard Cromwell, with a list 
of others summoued at the saine date, 
1 657. Copy. 3246. 
- Treaty with the King of 
Tetuan, 1657. 3509, f. 2. 

(« the 
woman fruitful, 1657. 1812, f. 39. 
Ltter of condolence on 
the death of Queen llenrietta Mari», 
1669. Lat. 1519. f. "225. 

I:omish Queen") to make a . - - Speecla of, to Parliamet, 

165. D,.oft. 2905. 
- Papers relatiug to the 
delivery of Dunkirk fo the English by 
the French 1658. 303. 



INDEX. 

173 

:England, SOVEtEI(NS OF, etc. OZ I l'ER 
CROMWELL (contiaued). Treaty with 
Tripoli, 1658. 2755, f. 43b. 
-- . Petitions to, fl'om ,q. 
Hirschman à Tugendtleben, n.d. Lat. 
648» ff. 141-146. 
• Panegyric on, by E. Wal- 
let, 17th cent. 655, ff. 30-35 b; 3516, 
ff. 205-208 b. 

17th cent. 

Goddard, 1650, 165.ï. 
37, 93. 

Sonnet sur la mort de 
895, f. 11. 
Prescriptions for, by Dr. 
Lat. 952, ff. 25, 

Portrait in pen and ink 

1656. 3243. 
. Account of a conference 
betv, an English Agent in Frauce and 
Card. hlazarin's Secretary, n. d. 972, 
ff. 19-22 b. 
COMMOXIVEALTH. Orders of 
Common Council of London tel. to Gon. 
lIonck's match to London, Nov. 1659- 
Febr. 1660. 970, ff. 6-34 b. 
Letter to the President of 
the Council of State from their Com- 
missioners to Charles ll. 1660. 151, 
£ 206. 
Letter from the Commis- 
sioners f0,r Scotland to the Council of 
State, 1660. 1519, f. 212. 
CHARLES Il'. Declaration to 
all his subjects of England and Wales, 
5 Aug., 1651. 1008, f. 177. 
Letter to T. 1655. Copy. 

1519, f. 201. 

List of ships attending 
to England, 1660. 2032, 

lais return 
f. 12b. 

Letter to Gen. Monck, 
1660. Copy. 1519, ff. 201-203. 
- lemorandum of the pro- 
clamation of by Sir E. Monins 1660. 
2717 f. 37. 
Declaration of aceeptance 
of his general pardon, by Sir E. llonins 
1660. 2717, £ 38. 
- . Register of writs of Privy 
Seal, royal warrants, and other State 
papers. 856. 
Correspondence and papers 
relating to the English Government of 
Tangier 1660-1680. 505, ff. 80-110; 
1952; 1955-1961; 2448, f. 15; 3299, 
ff. 83-134; 3496; 3497; 3499; 3509- 
3514. 
• Proposal Of indemnification 
to the purchasers of ecclesiastical lands 
1660. 2717, f. 40. 

England, 

OVEREIGN8 OF', et,'. 
CHARLES II. (,'ontinued). Versos of 
weicome to, fi-omWoodstock School, 1660. 
1458, ff: 3 b-13b. 
Copy of the King's first 
charter to the E. India Company, 1661. 
2178, ff. 35-45 b. 
The Reformed Liturgy, as 
drawn up by R. Baxter, and presented 
to the Commission for revi:ing the 
Liturgy 1661. 2451. 
Letters and papers ad- 
dressed to the King chie.qy conc. shipping 
1662-1668. :Lat. and Ff. Copies. 1001, 

f. 7-27. 
2755, f. 44 b. 

Treaty with Tripoli, 162. 

- Official pal)ers aud letters 
relating to co. Cumb. during the Lord- 
Lieutenantcy of Lord Calsle, and to 
Jamaiea during his governorshil) , 1663- 
685. 2723 ; 2724. 
Speeches of the King in 
Parliament» 1663, 1667. 3251, ff. 3, 7. 
List of Privy Councillors, 
663. 3299, f. 164. 
Letter from the Lords of 
the Council to Lord Southampton, 
recommending the establishment of the 
hlilitia, 1663. Copy. 813, f. 68. 
Petition to the King, by 
W. Courten against G. Carew, with the 
King's answer, 1663. 3515, : 2. 

. The order of the Fast, 
1665. 287. 
- Letter from the King to 
Lord Sandwich, 1665. 1519, f. 192. 
Relation d'Angleterre, 
1666. 2410. 
The Dutch narrative of the 
seafight between the English and Dutch, 

1666. 

3328, ff. 12-16 b. 
Treaty between 
Netherlands, 1667. 

and tho 
50-59. 

England 
2680, ff. 

Treaty between Englaud 
and France, 1667. 2680, ff. 59 b-61. 
Treaty between England 
and Denmark 1667. 2680, ff. 61 b-63. 
Letter from Louis XIV. 
to the United Provinces on the treaty 
with England, 1667. Engl. transl. 
1983, B. f. 31. 
- Minute of Parliament on 
a paper by Lord Clarendon, 1"1667]. 
Ff. 1519 f. 237. 
The King's portrait in peu 
and ink, 1667. 996, f. 22. 



174 INDEX. 

:England, SOVEREIGblS OF, 
CIIARLES 1L (continued). l'roceedings 
in Parliament in the case of T. Skinner 
v. the E. |ndia Company, 1667, 1668. 
395'i, ff. 1-32 b, 37-46 b. 
Minutes of Privy Council 
rel. to he seizure by the Freneh of 
A. Burnett's fishiug vesse], 1668. 
1009, f. 137. 
Letterbook and reports of 
the Swedish Ambassador in Eng]and, 
1668. Swedish. 1974. 

• - Létter to, from Frederic 
III., of Denmark, 1669. Lat. 1519, 
f. 223. 
- I.etter to, from the Duke 
of Courland, 1659. Let. 1519, f. 225. 

Charles XI., 
1519, f. 231. 

Letter of thanks to» from 
of Sweden, 1669. Lat. 

Letter fo, from Frederic 

William, Elector of Brandenburg, 1669. 
Let. 1519, f..30. 

Lords by 
oo_o.t 

-- Let ter to, from Christian 
A]bert, Duke of H,,lstein-Gottorp, 1669. 
1519, f. 235. 
- Letter of thanks to, from 
Joh George ll., Elector of Saxony, 1669. 
Lat. 1519, f. 238. 
- Original report on various 
states of Italy presened to the King, by 
Lord Fauconberg, 1 s9 
6. 2752, ff. 1- 
2ab. 
Reflections on the state of 
Poland, Turkey, and Tartary 'ith regard 
to England, circ. 1670. 2440. 
 Speech in the 
Lora Lucas, 167. 

Treaty 
and Algiers, 1671. 
£ 50. 

Spain, 1671. 

House of 
3087 ff. 
between England 
2680, f. 45; 2755, 
Letter to Charles II. of 
Lat. Co[,y. 3299, f. 104. 
l'olitical pamphlet on the 

monarchical form of government, 1672. 
2753, ff. 26-34 b. 
Letter to, ri'oto [S.] de Lubienietz, 
1672. t)-. 1519, £ '227. 
Remonstrance of the cloth 
workers and dyers of London, with 
petition to the King, and order in 
Council, 1673. 122, ff: 168-185• 
Treaty with Tunis, 167. 
27 55, f. 42. 
Order to the College of 
Physicians against the admission thereto 
of unlicensed practitioners, 167. 3299, 
f. 73. 

"Ertgltnd, SOVEREI«XS Or', e:c. 
CIIARLES IL (continued). Journal 
Parliamentary proceedings, 1675-1685. 
1470, ff. 54-71 b. 
Lists of Commissioners fr 
the borders of both kingdoms, 1675. 
2728, 13. f. 204. 
Relation of movements of 
the Al]ied forces and of France, 1675. 
Fr. 4034, f. 99. 
Treaty between 

and Tripoli, 
2755, f. 45 b. 

England 
167 . 2680, ff. 37-4t) ; 

Government 
Cvpy. 2755, f. 48 b. 
Treaty 
and Marocco, 1676. 
ff: 47-49 b. 

Lords 

Letter to, fl'om the 
of Tripoli, 1676. Irai. 

between Englan,l 
lmpe. . 2680, 

a war with 
28. 

Sl,eech in the House of 
by the Duke of Buckingham, 
3087, ff. 1-7. 
Case of Lord Shaftesbury 

before the Kings Bench, 1677. 38. 
 . Letter to the Duke of 
York on his retiring to the Continent, 
167. CoTy. 1983, B. f. 35. 
Speech on opening Parlia- 
ment, [167.]. 3065, f. 24. 
.. Debate of the House of 
Commons on the King's speech, with 
resolution, 167. 3299, f. 166. 
Reasons of Parliament for 
France, 167 3065, ff. oo 

- . Abridgment of the jour- 
nais of the House of Commons, 21 Oct. 
1678-3 llay, 1679. Imperf. 143. 
- Extract from the Parlia- 
mentary Journa]s, 1678. 3065, f. 26. 
-- - . Recommendation b the 
King of a new c]erk to the Merchant 
Taylors Company, 1678. 3958, f. 11. 
• Grant by, of a lieuteuant's 
commission to R. Bi]ling, 1678, 1679. 
Signed. 3299, ff. 79, 80. 
 - Complaint against S. Pepys 
and Sir A. Deane for sending information 
to the FreuchGoverumeut» 1679. 3065, 
f. 30. 
--------------- Bill for preventing the 
succession of the .Duke of York to the 
throne, 1680. 3299, f. 139. 
Reflections on the treaty 
with Spain, [1680]. 363, ff. 42-48. 
- Pi-oclamation agaiust in- 
terlopers in the Afi-ican Company's trade, 
1680. 2724, ff. 1, 8-11 b ; 2728, B. f. 193. 



INDEX. 

173 

:England, SOVEP, EIGN$ OF, etC. 
CHA RJL ES II. (conti.,ued). Verses on 
the anagram of the Kiag's name, by R. 
]'odwick, 168. 1983, B. f. 8. 
_ Abst ract of the proceedings 
of Parliament at Oxfurd, 1681. 3065» 
f. 32. 
L - _ - V erses on the dissolution 
of Parliament aftêr Lord Shaftesbury's 
sl,eech , 1681. 3769, f. 24. 
_----- _ - Warrant to the Paymaster 
of the Forces, for payments to the Ex- 
Govel'nor and ;overnor of Jamaica, 168. 
C'opy. 2717, f. 12. 
l'apers relating to the 
King's a[,poiatment of Dr. J. lownes 
to be Physician of Christ's Hospital, 162. 
O 
3299, ff. ci., 63, 66-72 b. 
Opposition of the Coilege 
of Physicians to the King's nomination 
or' Physicians to St. Bartholomew's Hos- 
pital, 1682. 3914, f. 124. 

1683. 

-Order to Lord Carlisle, 
2717, f. 13. 
Letter ri'oto the Privy 

Counci| to 
f. 15. 

Oxoniensis 

Lord Caxh.le, 16.3. 2717, 

Decretum Universitatis 
in parricidale facinus in 

hours, 1685. 
ff. 26-34. 

principem et fratrem ejus nuper designa- 
tutu, 1683. 2903, ff: 213-247. 
MS. 44 was dedicated to 
him, in 1684, by Capt. B. harp. 
Journal, in cipher, of the 
Parliameutary proceedings, 1685.. 3082, 
ff. 9 b-17. 
Medical account of his last 
Lat. 179, A. f. 204 ; 529, 

Papel's by, relative to the 
Protestant separatîon from the Church 
of Rome, transcribed by James lI., n. d. 
CoTy , 168. 62, ff. 354, 354 b. 
Horoscope, late 17th cent. 

Prayer for, 17th cent. 

squib on the 
" A paper 
17th cent. 

1009, f. 91. 
467, f. 38 b. 
A politica] 
court of Charles II. intitled, 
of sale left by Mr. Karr," 
647» f. 122 ; 3299» f. 182. 
Verses on an equestrian 
of, at Stock's Market, London, 

statue 
17th cent. 

655, f. 42 b. 
Lampoon on, l/th cent. 

655, f. 47 *. 

Verses made to, by his 
son, the Duke of Monmouth, 17th cent. 
921, f. 90. 

England, 

SO.'ERE [GNS OF, etc. 
CIIA h'LES [1. (con'in,ed). "The 
Snare," a poem a4dressed in hi naine, 
to James II., late 17th cent. 1009, 
f. 391. 
Èf)igram on his restoration. 
17th cent. I_)utch. 2764, f. 69. 
Verses on, by I3. Severi- 
nius, 17th cent. Lat. 2870, f. 79. 
V»rses addressed to, 17th 
cent. 3087 f. 
Satirical verse «,n the 
Court, by A. Marvel, 17th cent. 3516, 
ff: 42-45 b. 
Anecdote of his disgust 
fol" painted women, late 17th cent. Fr. 
1030, f. 73 b. 
-- Formerly owne,i MS. 46, B. 
MS. 3930 was dedicated 
to, by T. Hobbes, [-1662]. 
• Answer to the memor o 
the French Ambassador on the restitu- 
tion of St. Christoœeher's to the Èngli»h, 
. d. F,'. 1519, ff. 246-248 b. 
-- Pal,er presented fo, on the 
art of shipbuilding, 17th cent. 2754. 
• . - Petition foth,, Parliamen- 
tary Committee for redress of grievances 
in foreign parts, by W. Courten n. d. 
3515, f. 4. 
.... Vindication of the Govern- 
ment of Scotland during his reign, by 
the Lord Advocate, Sir G. Mackenziê, 
17th cent. 3828, ff: 104-116 b. 
- Vindieation of the Govern- 
ment of hel:md by Charles [. and Charles 
II., 17th cent. 3838. 
Letter to, hom Bishp 
Mol-lcy as Visitor of Magdalen College, 
Oxford, n.d. 3112, ff. 5 b-8 b. 
-- Pamphlet ou the Dutch 
war, 17th cent. L,q)e,'.f. 1786, f. 177. 
Act for authorizing jus- 
tices of the l,eace to admiuister au oath 
on the illegalitv of levying arms against 
the King, n. d. 
.-.,, f. 54. 
JAJIES II. 5cheme of nativity 
of, 1633. 1707, f. 7 b. 
Letter of thanks to Gen. 
Monck, 1660. Copy. 1519, i'. 204. 
• . Letter to, when Duke of 
York, from T. S. Bekman on Tangier, 
166:?. 248, f. 46. 
• Order, as Lord High Ad- 
miral fol" au increa»e of men to the 
nary, 1664. Copy. ono ff. 14-17 
-- 'aval orders by, as Lord 
High Admiral, 1665. 3232 f. 83. 



176 INDEX. 

:England, SOVEaEGSS OF, etc. 

JAMES 
IL (contin,wd). Returns of the proposed 
strength of the navy made to him, when 
Lot,! High Admiral, 1667, 1668, 167l. 
2032, ff. 17 b-19 b. 
Letter to, as Lord High 
ca 2751. 
Admiral, from S. Pepys» 16v. 
31emorial to, when Duke 
of York, from Lord Middleton, 1671. 
3511, ff. 12, 17. 
Order, as Lord Itigh Ad- 
miral, for exemption of a crew from 
impression, 1672. 1519, f. 210. 
MS. 243.q ,,','as, in 167  
3, 
inseribed fo him, as Duke of York. 
Petition of Lord Middle- 
ton's administrators for release ri'oto the 
tenths of the Duke of York, circ. 1674. 
3512, f. 114. 
Letter fo, when I)uke of 
York, on his retiring o the Continent, 
fi',m Charles ll., 167. Copg. 1983, 
B. f. 35. 
Articles of IIigh Treason 
against, when Duke of York, 1680. 
2496, lE 55-61 b ; 2638, ff'. 14-17 b. 
Bill ag.qinst his succession 
to the throne, 1680. Draft. 3299, 
f. 1 :-9. 
- -- MS. 2755 was dedicated 
to, when Duke of York, by A. oaa 
Holsteyn, circ. 1680. 
Traittd de la navigacion 
aux Indes Orientalles fait par l'ordre et 
• à l'usage du Duc de York, post 168 Ï. 
3210. 
Colloquîum de religione 
habitum Vindesorioe, 1684 (?) Imperf. 
3963 ff. 1-9. 
Verses addressed to, as 
Duke of York, on his right to the 
crown, 17th cent. 1009, f. 375. 
"The Snare," an imaginary 
address in verse to the Duke of York, 
from Charles II., late 17th cent. 1009, 
f, 391. 
Verses addressed fo, when 
Duke of York, 17th cent. 2572, f. 29 b. 
Verses addressed to, as 
Duke of York, by B. Severinius, 17th 
cent. £at. 2870, f. 153. 
-- Prcceedîngs of the Court 
of Claires at the Coronation, 1685. Lat., 
'r. and Engl. 3954. 
Copy of the Coronation 
oath, as administered by Archbishop 
Sancroft, 1685. 79, f. 200. 
Speech of the King fo the 
Privy Counci], [1685]. 1731, A. f. 94. 

:England, SOVEREIG-NSOF, etc. dAME,9 
Il. (contineed). Speech of the King to 
the Parliament, 1685. 2281, f. 71. 

l'apers relating to the 
Church, found by the King in the 
strong box of Charles II., [1685]. Copy, 
17th cent. 3251, ff'. 12-14. 

Papers presented to tle 
King relating to Barbados, 1685, 168. 
3984, ff. 214-224 b. 
Proposais fr increaig 
the King's revenue of firstfi-uits and 
tenths, dêlivered to the Lord Treasurer, 
168g. 1786, tï: 16-171. 
------ Order fo tlae Bishop of 
London for the suspension of Dr. Sharl,e, 
wi*.h other papers relating thereto, 166. 
3943 ff. 1-16. 
Commission to Sir N. 
Johnson to be Governor of the Carib- 
bec Islands, 1686. Absh'act. 3299, fi 
211. 
 Declaration against the 
test, [1687]. Copy. Imperf. 203, f. 58. 
Proceedings of the Uui- 
versity Comnissioners against Magdalen 
College, Oxford., for neglect of the King's 
mandate, [1687]. 2680, ff. 12-15 b. 
Proposal to the King for 
the advantage of trade, by J. Whiston, 
1687. 3984, f. 198. 

Reasons by D. E. for the 
reading by the clergy of the Royal 
Declaration of Liberty of Conscience, 
[1688]. 3050. 
----- Proof of the Kiug's abso- 
lute government from the confession oi? 
the laws, n.d. 2443. 
...... Political squib on the ex- 
pected birth of a Prince, 1688. 1009, 
f. 388. 
Politieal verses on Pol, ish 
and Jesuit plols agaiast England, 17th 
cent. 1983, B. f. 50. 
The :National Priests: a 
poem, 1688. 2281, f. 84. 
-- Resolution of the 5tates- 
General to support the Prince of Orange 
on his expedition into England, 1688. 
972, f. 29. 
Proceedings during the 
Interregnum, 1688-168.. Imperf. 2680, 
ff. 16-36 b. 
• - Address of the Parliament 
of Ireland to James II. on his arrival in 
:Ireland af the Revolution,[1689]. 203, 
£57. 



INDEX. 177 

:England, Sov.Rac, ss OF, etc. 

JAMES 
II. (vontinued). Original address to the 
King, from St. Andrews University, 
n. d. Signed. 2753, ff. 18-25 b. 
A Tory tract from the 
people to Parliament, 17th cent. 2753, 

ff. 1-17. 
• • Paper by the 
York on ber joining the 
Rome, 1670. Copy, 168. 

Duchess of 
Church of 
629, f. 353. 
W[LL [AM A ND MAR tL Verses 
on his arrival in 1688, 17th cent. 1731, 
A.f. 123. 
--- Petition to the King from 
Dr. S. Collins, for the post of Court- 
Physician» [1688]. 1823, £ 23b. 
- - - Parliamentary debate on 
the word "Abdicated," 22 Jan.-15 Febr., 
168. 3065, ff. 34-61. 
------- - Catalogue of persons ex- 
eml,ted by the King, 1"168]. 2723, f. 
143. 
Gratulatio in die corona- 
l689. Lat. verse. 1383, III. 

ticnis, 
ff. 1-6. 

Form of oath of allegiance, 
1689. Copy. 204, B. f. 28. 
-- List of outlawries in Eng- 
land, since 13 Febr. 168. on account of 
the rebellion in lreland, 17th cent. 
2902, f. 141. 
L Proceedings of the Com- 
mittee in a bill for reccgnition of William 
and Mary, 1690. 3299, ff. 141-143. 
• Catalogue ofplants brought 
by J. Reed for the King fi-om ]Iadeira, 
Barb.'tdos, and elsexvhere, 1690. 2346, 
ff. 197 b-199 b. 
Satirical verses on public 
events, 1691. 179, A. ff. 152 b, 160. 
. Account of sea fight be- 
tween the French and the united Dutch 
and English fleets off Cape La Hogue, 
19 May, 1692. 2717, f. 6. 
- Memorials to the King 
ri-oto the Danish envoy against Lord 
Molesworth's "Account of Denmark," 
1693, 1694. Ff. 3828, ff. 172, 173. 
• Petition to the Trêasury 
Commissioners from Sir E. Sherburne, 
circ. 1696. 4067, f. 148. 
. Bills for the better pro- 
vision of the poor within the bills of 
mortality, n.d. 2504, ff. 31 b-66 b. 
Petition to the King and 
Queen agaiust pawnbrokers and usurers, 
17th cent. ])raft. 1731, A. f. 39. 
- Poem on the King's return 
after the battle of the Boyne, by J. 
Briscoe, 17th cent. 1709, f. 116. 

:England, 

in the case 
3066. 

SOVEREIGNS OF, 
WILLIAM A NZ) MAtg Y (continue, t). 
Note of the Queen's birth 166-°. . 1708, 
f. 126. 
- • Vel'ses on the Queen's 
death, [1694]. 1710, f. 110. 
- WILLIAMIII. Orderof the King 
respecting the Woolsack Inn in Smith- 
field, 1696. Copy. 2717, ff. 34-36 b. 
Appointment by the King 
of Commissioners of T rade and Planta- 
tions, 1696• 2902, ff. 75-78 b. 
Proposais for year|y eon- 
sumption of wool, etc., 1698. 2504, ff. 
67-84 b. 
Proposais of Th. Duckett 
for improvement of lands 17th cent. 
2404. 
Petition to the King from 
E. Jones for the ,_ecletayshp of the 
Bermudas, 1699. 2902, f. 100. 
Satirical verses on the 
vice-government of the year 1700; 18th 
cent. 1731, A. ff. 116, 147. 
-- Warrant for caising C 
lqontague to the peerage, [1700]. Lat. 
lmtgerf. 3299, f. 165. 
l.ist of officers pardoned 
in this reign, n.d. 306.',, f. 63. 
Post-mortem examination 
of, 1702. 3409, ff. 53 b, 57 b, 85 b. 
Verses in praise of, by J. 
Pragestus» 17th cent. Lat. 1381, f. 109. 
Verses ad,tressed to the 
King, by Dr. Lower, 17th cent. 1731, 
A. f. 151. 
Verses a,t01ressed to the 
Kiug»by B. Severinius, 17th cent. Lat. 
2870, f. 76. 
v. also Orange, Pointes of. 
William Henry III. 
- AN,V.E. Calligraphical portraits 
of the Queen, Prince George of Denmark, 
and the Duke of Gloueester, containing 
an account of State transactions from 
her accession, by J. Dundass, 1702. 4027. 
Account of French and 
Spanish ships taken in Rodondello Har- 
bour by the English and Dutch, 170o_. 
3299, f. 210. 
- Examinations of Sir 
Fairborne and others, touching the 
expedition, in 1702, to Cadiz and Vigo, 
170. 2638, f. 1-11 b. 
. Parliamentary proceedings 
of Ashby and White, 170}. 

of 1704-1709 18th cent. 

Account of the campaigns 
3392 ff. 1-79 b. 

SLOANE INDEX. 



17 INDEX. 

:England, SOVEREIG.NS OF etc. 

A ArNE 
(continued). List of new Peers, [1706]. 
3065, f. 72. 
• Summons of Court-Phy- 
sicians on account of the Queen's sickness, 
171-. 1968, f. 2. 
• Journal of her last illness 
by Sir H. Sloane, 25 Dec. 1713- 
6 Febr. 171. 4034, ff. 46-50. 

f'om Dr. J. 
Duchess of 

Letters on ber last illness 
Smith to the Duke and 
Shrewsbury, 1713-1714. 

Copies. 4034» f. 44. 
Medical report on her 
body, 1714. 3984» f. 275. 
- - Epitaph on» [1714]. Lat. 
rerse. 3516, f. 135. 
Proofs offered to Parlia- 
ment of the lawfulness of Dissent, 17th 
cent. 1941, ff: 7-12 b. 
Letter to, fl'om Dr. S. 
Collins, n.d. 1823, f. 17. 
Dedication to, of Dr. S. 
Collins' anatomical works, 17th cent. 
1823, f. 71. 
- Petition fo» from Dr. S. 
Collins, foi- repayment by the Crown of 
moneys advanced, temp. Chas. I., foi" 
fortifying the Caribbee Islands, n. d. 
1823 f. 91. 
Design of a Great Seal foi" 
the union of England and Scotland, 18th 
cent. 3424, f. 13. 
- GEORGE I. Order of Council 
for l,reventing the Spl'ead of the plague, 
1721. 3984, f. 91. 
Ode on his birthday, by 
J. Arnold, n.d. Lat. 3516, f. 48. 
Verses on his Coronation 
day, by J. T., [1714]. 3516, f. 6. 
• Verses on his death 
addressed to George II. by J. Arnold 
[1727:]. Lat. 3516, f. 195. 

GEORGE 
to on the death of 
Arnold, 1727. Lat. 
• Carmen 

Verses addressed 
George I., by J. 
3516 f. 195. 
inaugurale ab H. 

Eelbeck, [1727]. 3516, f. 20. 
Testimonial in favour of 
A. Cruden for the post of Bookseller to 
the Queen, 1734. 4053, f. 359. 
Addresses to the Royal 
Family on the marriage of the Prince 
of Wales from the Corporation of London, 
1736. Copies. 4054, f. 234. 
Letter from Sir H. Sloane 
to Qu. Caroline, 1736. Ff. Drafts. 
1968, f. 72; 406 f. 299. 

:England, SOVEREIONS OF, etc. G E O R GE 
IL (continued). Petition to " Kwin 
Carlina" from S. Blaue, n.d. 4058» 
f. 32. 
. -- Letter to Qu. Caroline» 
when Princess of Wales, from R. Howe, 
n.d. 4066 f. 382. 
Epigram on Qu. Caroline's 
visit to Sir H. Sloane's lluseum by T. 
de Woolhouse, n.d. I, at. 3516, f. 79. 
Post-mortem examination 
of Prince George William, 17! 4034» 
£51. 
-» ECCLESSV(L t{STOR OF. 
Epitome of S. Cressy's church history of 
Brittany [Britain], circ. 1670. 266. 
The Liberties of the Clergy, by J. 
Goodale, [1540]. 1818 ff. 212-220. 
Lists of the ecclesiastical establish- 
ment, 1585. 3194, itl 1-6. 
Historia de Articu]is Lambethanis 
exhibitis per W. Whitaker» 1595. 414, 
ff. 1-4b. 
Considerations by Sir F. Bacon for 
the better establishment of the Church» 
17th cent. 1435, ff. 125-130. 
Letters and papers of J. Dur)" 
respecting the Church, 17th cent. 1465. 
Proof from the lavs of the Church 
of England that supreme authority on 
matters sl)iritual is vested in the King, 
17th ceint. 2445. 
Epistolium al,ologeticum de doc- 
trinis Ecclesioe Anglicanœe, 17th cent. 
203, ff. 61-66. 
Valuation of deaneries and sees in 
Englaad with their tenths, temp. Jas. I. 
72, ff. 153-155. 
Supply to Godwin's «De Pre- 
sulibus Angliœe," by Sir J. Harington 
1608. 1675. 
Queries propouaded by certain 
clergy oi" London, touching the oath 
enjoined in the 6th canon of the late 
synod 1640. 1008, f. 29. 
- Petition from W. Bentley to 
Parliament for thê renewal of his licence 
for printing the Bible, [1651-]. 1378, 
f. 178. 
Treatise on the reformed Church 
of England,[1654]. Lat. Imperf. 648, 
f. 72. 
Warrant for the augmentation of 
poor vicarages and curacies rem T. Chas. 
II. 856, f. 5. 
List of sees in England and Wales, 
with observations on the making of 
bishops in England, temp. Chas. II. 856, 
ff. 36 55 b 57. 



INDEX. 179 

:England. ECCLESIATICAL HlSa'ORY OF 
(continued). List of secs, with their 
counties, and number of parîshes in each 
,liocese, 17th cent. 1455, ff. 25b-28. 
, LIT;aA'rtRE OF. Vocabulary of 
letters A-C in French and English 
18th cent. 3585, ff. 2-8. 
 NOB1LITY OF. Names and arms of 
all the nobility since the Conquest, up 
to the year 1572, 17th cent. 241, ff: 
79-123. 
• Book of the nobility of .Èngland 
after 162,. 2[72 ff. 82-131. 
Treatise on the nobility, by Sir 
J. Doddri,lge, [1658]. 3479, ff. 149-199. 
Titles of the English nobility, 1698. 
3955. 

Arms of families lu the Eastera 

Counhes, 16th cent. 1928. 
, CROWN OFFICERS OF. Catalogus 
Admirallorum Anglioe, 16th cent. 1301, 
f. 24. 
• Catalogus Summorum Justiciari- 
orum, 1066-1262. 1301, f. 31. 
L_ Catalogus Capitalium Justiciari- 
orum coram rege ad placita, 1274- 
1583. 1301, f. 31 b. 
Catalogus Capitalium Justiciari- 
orum de Communi Banc% 1216-1582. 
1301 f. 33. 
-Notes from Tower records, of 
services to the Crown, 1589. 13)1 f. 331. 
TOPOGRAPtIICAL t]ISTORV OF. 
Quoedam de Anlioe climatibus 14th cent. 
568, f. 218 b. 
- Nomina comitatuum in Anglia, 
15th cent. 653, f. 41 b. 
Number of parish churches, towns» 
knight's fees, and counties in England, 
15th celt. 3285, f. 80. 
- Topograplaical notes on England, 
15th cent. 1616, £ 32 b. 
Notes for navigation between the 
S. coa»t of Eng]and and the Netherlands, 
1593. 4028, ff. 39--41 43. 
Longitudinesët latitudines locorum 
in Auglia, 16th cent. 3634, f. 29 b. 
Latitude and longitude of the 
principal towas, 1642. 3746, : 4. 
- Table of the latitude of the princi- 
pal towns, 17th cent. 3889, f. 16. 
-. Description of the counties, 17th 
cent. 1946. 
 List of shires in, 17th cent. 1455, 

f. 29. 

Notes on different counties, 17th 
cent. EngL and [tal. 3985,ff. 114-130b. 

:England. 

TOPOGRAPHICAL HISTORY 
OF (contîned). Topographical de- 
scription of, by Sir R. Cotton and 
another, 1625--1628. 241, ff. 2-78 b. 
- Note of the leng[h, breadth, etc., 
of 1635. 609» ff. 210 b» 211. 
Journal of travels in, by a Jesuit, 
1633-1640. Span. 1572, ff. 74 b-80 b. 
Journal of travels in, by" J. de 
Cardonnel, 1649-1655. 1731, B. passim. 
. Tour by Dr. E. Browne through 
the Western and Midland Counties, 1662. 
1900, ff. 36-60. 

- Memoranda of a tour through the 
Western Countiestemp. Chas. II. 27t59, 
ff. 2-7. 

1522. 

Tour through, by R. Sharp, 1700. 

Iudex viIlarum Anglioe, e hiblio- 
theca P. le Neve, 1730. 3238. 
• Descriptiou of the counties, lth 
cent. 18.o, L 19. 
• Catalogue by J. ]3agford, of maps 
and charts of England, ch'c. 17o0. 885. 
f. 146. 

Map of the Saxon Heptarchy, by 
W. Lambarde, 157. 3168, f. 1 b. 
Charts or" the ,5. W. coast, circ. 
1651. 1428, ff. 1-70 b. 
, :NATURAL HSTORI" OF. Botano- 
logia Britatmica, hy Dr. G. Kuowles, 
lbth cent. Lat. verse. 3192, ff: 1-2. 
Indiculus stir,ium Anglioe e laii 
synopsi stirl,ium Britannicarum a P. 
Hotton lsth cent. 3322, ri: 220-224. 
Èxcerpta e J. Rail catal,:go plan- 
tarum Angli0e, 1.Sth cent. 401t, ff: 13.5- 
141 b. 

-. Epitome of Ray's " Synopsis Me- 
thodica stirpium Britannicarum," ltsth 
cent. 4020, ff. 34-41. 
Catal,gus plantarum ex synol,i 
Rajana stirpium Britannicarum desidel'a- 
tarum a Dr. Eglinger, lth cent. 4023, 
ff. 11-120 b. 
. Classed-Catalogue of quadrupeds 
and serpeuts in, 18th cent. 3324, f. 13. 

:England, lew', in America. v. New 
England. 
:Englefield (Thoma.), J,,stice of the eom- 
mor Pleas. Obligation with William, 
Abbat of Missenden to allow him to 
pre»ent to the Church of Shiplake on 
the next vacancy, 152ï,. 747 f. 66 b. 
:English(Hinroydah). Lêtter to J. Peti. 
ver, 171. 4065, f. 155. 



180 INDEX. 

English Gulf, in the Duke of York's 
].dan4s. hlap of, 1681. 3820, f. 122. 

English :River, in the G ulf of Panama. 
]lap of» 1681. 3820, f. 15. 

l.nglishe (Eleazar), of ATngstown. Letter 
to T. P., 17th cent. 2172, f. 16. 

Enigmas. Enigmata quoedam, 
cent. 513, f. 57 b. 
r. P-- (N--), of Edinburgh. 

15th 

Enkhuizen, in Holl,.md. Description of, 
by H. Junius, 16th cent. 2764, f. 173. 

l,noch, the _Patriarch. Prayer of, 17th 
cent• 3821, ff. 190 b-193. 

:Enock (Richard), 
Oxon. Poetical 
written by, 1677. 

of Trinity Colleye, 
pieces collected and 
145. 

:Ent (Sir George), M.D., President o.f the 
Ii,,yal Col&ge of Physici, tns. Prescrip- 
tion for Dr. S. Bellingham's father, 
1671. 633, f. 208. 
. Certificate in favottr of Dr. J. 
Downes, 17th cent. 3299, f. 56. 

Ent (Sir Henry). v. Ent (Sir George). 

Ent (Josias). Formerly owned MS. 3087. 

Entomology. Entomological observa- 
tians, 17th cent. 1950, ff. 48b-50. 

Epes (J-- A---), M.D., of Chelr,ford. 
Letter to Sir H. Sloaue, 1697. 4075, 
£ v0. 

Epes (T), Surgeon, o.f Canterbury. 
Letter to Sir H. Sloane, 1690. 4036, 
f. (34. 

Ephesus, Archbistop of. 
(Domenico). 

v. Passioni 

Epigrams. 

Versus epigrammatici, 14th 
cent. 3550, f. 3. 
Collection of epigrams in various 
lan«ua_es. 16-17th cent 2764 
- Collection of English epigrams, by 
an Oxford Student, 17th cent. 1889. 
- Epigrams, 17th cent. EnyL and 
Lat. 1867. 
-Epigrammata Latina, 17th cent. 
1783, ff. 54-56 b. 
- Tigurina epigrammata, in the 
handwritingofJ. Dury, 1654. 649, f. 30 b. 

- - llantissa epigrammatum quatuor, 
18th cent. 

3563, ff. 68-71 b. 

v. Gwynn (Walter). 

Epistolography. Forms of letter- 
writing, 15th cent. 1584, ff. 27-35, 36 b ; 
1456. 416, f. 153 ;16th cent. Ff. 
2869, ff. 64-76 b ;lTth cent. Lat. and 
'ngl. 459; Germ. and Ff. 927, ff. i b. 
-9; Lat. and Polish. 
216 b» 
1382, 
59b; 

.Polish. 1362, ff. 62-69. 
Oratio academica, 17th cent. 
2987, ff. 6-10. 
v. Fabricius (Johann Christoph) 
Sert. 

1361, ff. 125-- 
234-245 b ; Lat. and Germ. 
ff. 71-145 b ; F,-. 3635, ff. 55- 
3990, ff. 1-25 b. 
Speeches and lêtters circ. 1700. 

Epitaphs. 
Browne, 17th cent. 1827, f. 51. 
• • Collection of epitaphs, 17th 
1804 ff. 1 b-17, 4.-52 b; Lat. 
ff. 19-21 ; 2623 ff. 74-82 b. 
• Epitaphium Thraci% 15th 
327» f. 76. 
. Epitaph, in 
2497, f. 33. 
----- Enigmatical 
118, f. 149. 

1669. 

Dissertation on, by Sir T. 

cent. 
1898,. 

cent. 

verse, 16th cent. 

epitaph, circ. 164.1. 

Epitaph in Leipzig churchyard» 
Germ. and Engl. 3986, f. 37. 
v. Thynne (Francis). 

:Equestrianism. v. Bressey (-----). 
Erasmus (Desiderius), of Rotterdam. 
On the sound of letters of the Alphabet, 
16th cent. IIologr. 2764, f. 3. 
Epigramma de coelo pluvio Friburgi 
Brisgooe, 1529. 2764, f. 108. 
Selections from his Adagia, by T. 
Corthoevius, 17th cent. 1593, f. 4. 
Verses on Holbein's picture of» 
1645. 2764, f. 37. 

Erastus (Thomas). Medicamenta, 17th 
cent. .1840, ff. 23-36. 

Eratt (William), M.D., of JDoncaster. 
Letters to Sir H. Sloane, 171, 172. 
4075, ff. 86, 88. 

Erbacensis (Georgius). Cornes. 
Schenk (Georg), G,'af von Erpach. 

Erceldoune (Thoma of), called t]w 
Ihymer. P»ophecies, 17th cent. 1008, 
f. 184 ; 180.2. 

Ercker (Lazarus), Chier Jster of tle 
Imperial Mines in Bohemia. Treatise 
on mines, 1598. Trand. 1702. 

Erdeswike (Sampson), of 
Staff. Excerpts from his 
1586. Z,. 1301, f. 200. 



INDEX. 

181 

Eremita (Daniel), of Anhcerp; Florenti,,e 
Amh«ssador to Germany. Account of his 
embassy fo Rudoiph II. and the Princes 
of Germany, 1609. Lat. 79, ff. 202-210. 
Poem on the Panoply of God, 
Ephes. vi. 11, [1599]. Let. Auto9r. 
2764, ff. 187-191. 
Verses entitled « Precatio ad 
Deum," 1590. Lat. Autogr. 2764, 
f. 192. 
:Erhard (---). Catalogus fossilium, 
18th cent. 3396, ff. 45-54. 
:Erini (Hans Wolf von), Freiherr. Dia- 
gnosis of his case, 1645. G erre. and Lat. 
,2253, ff. 20 b-286. 
:Erle (Sir Walter), LP. ; Lieutenant of 
the Ordw»,ce. Instructions to Capt. W. 
Penn, signed by, 1648. 1709, ff. 55- 

62 b. 
:Ernesti (Joannes), 
oleis ex, 17th cent. 

M.D. Quœedam de 
3118, ff. 429 b-436. 

Irnius (Johannes Henricus), at Zurfch. 
Autograph in album, 1670. 1795 or 
2597, f. 73. 
:Erotis. v. Trotula al. Erotis. 
:Erpenius (Thcmas), Oriental Professor 
at Leyd«n. Verses, 17th cent. Dutch. 
2764, f. 123. 
:Errington (.). Medical accompt to, 
from Dr. Bellingham, 1671. 447, f. 2. 
:Errington (Sicholas), Ambassador to 
Scotland. Instructions to, 1579. Cop. 
2442, ff. 156 b-159. 
:Ersfield (Margaret). Note of her birth, 
IO 
s" 2266, f. 72. 
Irskine (Charles), P,'esident of the 
S¢otch Societg for Propagatin!! Chrisl£o 
l(nowledge. Letter to Sir H. Sloane, 
1732. 4052, £ 191. 
.rskine (David), 9th Earl of Bu'ltan. 
Letter to Sir H. Sloane, 1728. 4050 
L12. 
:Erskino (Thomas), 1st ]_:arl of Kellie. 
Pl'ivy Council letters signed by, 1625 
6" 
1626, 1627. 3827, ff. 71 b, 91, 108. 
EscaiHiot ( .), Minîster at Noruich, 
aftew, of Surat. Letter to Sir T. 
Browne, 166:]. Copy. 1861. ff. 5-21. 
Eschenreuter. v. Etsheureuiter. 
:Escher (Jean), Jn. Letter to Dr. J. G. 
tScheuchzei, n.d. 4066, f. 331 

:Eschy-ndon (Johannes de), 
Aferton Hall, Oxfo,'d. De 
quarundam conjunctionibus 
1365, 15th and 17th 
1-14. 

F«ltow of 
stellarum 
in 1357 et 
centt. 1713, ff. 

Escorial, :E1, in Spain. Index of famus 
MSS. in the Library, 17th cent. Lat. 
836, ff. 26-29. 
:Esdras, the Prophet. Revelatio quam 
ostendit Deus Esdre prophetoe ut osten. 
deret filiis lsrael, 14th cent. 3469 f. 37 
Signa astrologica, 15th cent. Lat. 
12 '». ff. 125-129 ; 2t52, f. 86 ; 
1609, ff. 47-54. 
Eshenreuth (M«ster Henry). AI- 
chemical treatises discovered in 1403 
and re-hid in 1489. Copied in 1699. 
3644, f. 86-97 b. 
:Estîngton Manor, in Whitt;ngham, 
co. Northunb. Relation of the passages 
touching the title of, circ. 1657. 972, 
f. 23. 
Esmonde (Laureuce), Baron E»mowle, of 
Linwric& Letter, as Governor of l)un- 
cannon Fort, to Lord Falkland, 1624. 
3827, f. 43. 
Espinosa (Francisco Angel de), 
of Salamanca. De humoribus, 17th 
cent. 2984, ff. 367-414. 
:Espinoy, Prince d'. v. Melun (Pierre). 

lçngl. 

verses 
2790. 
cent. 

2832 ff. 1-47 b. 

:Espînoy, Princesse d'. 
(Phelippe Chrestienne de). 
"Essays. Essays and 
subjects, 17th cent. 
Themata, 17th 
Dutch. 

variou. 

Lat. an.l 

Essay on the a,lvantages of country 
and town lire, 17th cent. Ff. 332, 
ff. 104-116. 
Disputatio an nostra tempora bo- 
arum artium gloria cedant anti,luis, 
17th cent. 1371, ff: 79-84 b. 
:Essenîus (Andreas), D.D., l'rofess,»" of 
fIebrew af Utrecht. Autograph in album, 
1668. 1795 or 2597, f. 20. 
Essex, Cunty of. Excerpta ex perambu- 
lationibus Forestœe, 16th cent. 1301, 
f. 657. 
Settlement of lands in, on the 
College of Physicians, by Dr. B. Hamey, 
1672. 3914, ff. 121-123 b. 
Obserrations on the marshes in, 
18th cent. 3329, f. 56. 
Arms of the gentry and notes of 
their seats, 16th cent. 1301, f. 99. 
, Earls of. Collections concerning, 
16th cent. 1301, f. 94. 
v. Capel. 
Devereux. 
:Essex (Corneles), Captain. Voyage flore 
Jamaica to Porto-Bello, 1679. 2752, 
ff. 29-35. 

r. Lalain« 



182 INDEX. 

Essichius (J-- H--), o.f Gijrlitz in Ober- 
Iausitz. Autograph in album, 1693. 
O  
.360, f. 77. 

Estampes- Valençay (Achilles d'), 
dl«rdinal. I. Bac«,n epigramma in, 
17th cent. 396. f. 17 b. 

Estcourt (Sir WiIliam), 3,'d Bart. In- 
structions on the trial of H. St. John, 
his murderer, circ. 1684. 2716, ff. 140- 
149. 

Este, IIvuse of. 
£2. 

Arms 16th cent. 

2378 

Este (Hippolito d'), Card&al of Ferrar(t. 
Eldgrams on his death, by Du Faur, 
17th cent. Zat. 2764, f. 14. 

Estenes (Gilliermo), Consul af Tetuan. 
Grant of safe«'onduct to, flore the 
G(,vernor ofTetuan, 166. Sp«n. 3299. 
f. 93. 

:Estevenon (R) 
Sloane, 1737. 

Letter to Sir H. 
4055, f. 157. 

Estley (Sir Thomas de), of co. IVarw. 
Seal, temp. Ew. I. Cpy, 18th cent. 
3424 f.  
Eston ( ). Journal of his corre- 
spondence and expenses while abroad, 
1649-1654. ];ct. 608, ff. 230-244 b. 
Poetical pieces, 17th cent. Lat. 
608, ff. 194-215 b. 
Eston (Job). Letter to, from his brother, 
circ. 1650• Lat. rerse. 608, f. 209 b. 

Estwicke (Isaac), of Port St. Marie. 
Letters to J. Luke, 1 
-, 1669. 3510, 
ff. 63 1.60. 
Letter to Lord Middleton 1671. 
3510, f. 263. 

Letter to, ff'mn T. Pridham and 
Co.» 166-. 3510, fi 159. 

:Esychius (Janus). Verses to, by J. 
Dousa, 17th cent. at. 2764, f. 38. 

]sychius (Theodorus) Verses fo, by 
3. Dousa, 17th cent. Lat. 2764, 
f. 38b. 

Etherege (Sir George). Prologue by 
Sir C. Scroope anti epilogue by Dryden 
to his comedy « The Man of 5Iode," 17th 
cent 1458, ff. oo 23. 

:Etherington(Richard). Abstract of G. 
Botero's treatise, Della Ragione di Stato, 
with au adjunct "Of Conservation of the 
State" 1617-1625. 1665. 
Ethics. Ethicorum libri 
1538, ff. 2-11. 
Quoestiones ethic$, 
1503, tt: 3-5 b. 

17th cent. 

17th cent. 

Etius (Paulus). c. Aetius, Amidcntts. 
Etmuller (Michael). v. Ettmueller. 
Eton College, co. Butes. Leaf from the- 
statures, 15th cent. Lat. 1044, f. 250. 
Royal warrant fo the Vice-Provost 
appointing Sir H. Wotton fo be Provost 
[1623]. 856, f. 11 b. 
Royal warrant to the Vice-Provost 
and fellows al,pointing Dr. T. Browne to 
be Provost, [1661]. 856, f. 36 b. 
------ Royal letter to commendatory of 
W. Jacks«,n to a child's place on the 
foundation, 166. 856, f. 17 b. 
Royal letter to, commendatory of 
C. Slowman to a child's place on the 
foundation, temp. Charles I1. 856, f. 30. 
Etruscan :Language. Etruscan in- 
scril, tions with deciphering., 1552. [t, tL 
3524, ff. 59-67. 
Etshenreuiter Qallus). Hostis mor- 
borum, 1558. Hologr. 209. 
. Correspondence with W. Gratarole, 
1567. Copies. 3689, ff. 35 b-38. 
Ettmueller (Michael). Excerpta ex 
ot,eribus ejus 17th cent. 1330-1332. 
--- l)e affectibus communibus ex, 17th 
cent. 1204; 1205. 
t:hymia rationalis ac experimenta- 
lis curiosa 165'o. 476, ff. 92 b-lll. 
- Chvmia rationalis, etc., translated 
by Dr. Belinger, lth cent. 355. 
- Extract from, o the virtues of 
' lapis cal-minativus" 18th cent. 4019 
£ 83. 
:E (Jehau), Cmte d'. Végèce de l'art 
de Chivalerie, translated in 1284 for, 
14th cent. 2430. 
Euclid. De visu, sire optica, 14th cent. 
o.85, tt\ 66-74 b. 
De sl,eculis, sire catoptrica 14th 
cent. 285, ff. 74 b-7 b. 
• = Elemeutorum librorum quiudecim 
propositiones e J. Campant versione, 
14th cent. 285, ff. 2-65 b. 
- Elementa Euclidis, cum commentis 
Campant, 16th cent. 1478, ff: 8-42. 
Fragmentum Elementorum libri xi. 
e versione Latina Adelardi Bathoniensis 
14th cent. 1044, f. 80. 
The first six books of his Elements 
16th ce»t. 2130. 
. The first six books of his Elements, 
17th cent. Zat. 1025. 
• Propositions from, 17th cent. Fr. 
1440, ff. 12-19 b. 
v. Coley (Henry). 
Dee (John). 



INDEX. 

183 

:Eudes de Mézeray (François). " His- 
toire de France," 1673. 1rujl. Extracls. 
3962, ff. 55, 60. 

Eugenius Philalethes. 
(Thomas), Alchem{st. 

v. Vaughan 

Eugubiue (Hieronymus Accorambonus). 
v. Accoramboni (Girolamo). 

Euonymus. 
Euonymus. 

v. Gesner (Conrad), called 

Euripides. Hippolytus, 17th cent. 1774. 

Europe. Account of, 1675• 1836, ff. 
1-25 b. 
. Account c,f, 17th cent. Imperf. 

remarks on, by 3I. de 
cent. Ff. 1019, ff. 

1865, ff. 36-58• 
Statistical 
Morinville, 17th 
2-8. 

£2. 

Limits of, 16th cent. Ital. 887, 

, tlistory of. L'histoire de l'Europe, 

escripte par .I. de Montaigne, livre 
17th cent. Ext,'act. 3196. 
Discorso sopra le guerre d'Europa, 
circ. 1626. 2545, ff: 42-69. 
Notes of events in, between 170 
and 1238, 18th cent. 3395, f. 35. 

:Eustace (Sir Maurice), Spe«ker of the 
h'ish House of Commoas. Letters to Sir 
T. Tempest, 164½. 1519, ff. 18, 20. 
Letter to, from L«,rd Deputy Wan- 
desford, 1640. 3722, ff\ 112 b, 113. 

Eustachius, S., Martyr. Legenda de, 
15th cent. 1936, ff. 56 b-61. 

:Eustachius [Asseline], a Sancto _Paulo. 
Notœe quoedam ex ejus ethicis, a D. Foote, 
late 17th cent. 586, ff. 2-23 b; 600, 
ff. 76-80. 

:Eutyches, Presbytcr. Notice oÇ 18th 
cent. Lat. 3647, f. 1. 

:Evans (D,.. --). Horoscope of his 
son, by Dr. J. Bernard, 1654. 1707, 
L26b. 

:Evans (-----), Jun. Letter to, fi-om J. 
Petiver, 16¢.)7. 4062, £ 272. 

Evans (De Rabel), M.D. Balsamum 
vitoe et usus liquoris albi, 17th cent. 
1260, ff. 26-33. 

Evans (George), Sohlier af Tangier. 
Charge against, lbr theft, 1672. 3514, 
ff. 100, 109. 
Evans (Homfrae), son-in-law to------ 
Coudrace , a Jainer in Lane Alley in Old 
Chinée Iart, nf. Cheapshle. Alchemical 
receipts, 17th cent. 3t.8, f. 3. 

Evans (J--), of the ][inories, Low_lon. 
Magical experiments and incautations, 
17th cent. 3846, ff. 26-32. 

Evans (John). 
3151. 

Owned, in 1623, 3IS. 

:Evans (Rev. John). Virtues of the 
magnetic or antimonial cup, 1642. 3701. 

îlvans (John), Bishop of t;an,.lor. 
ters to Sir H. Sloane, [1714]. 
ff. 297, 299. 

îlvans (Joseph), S, ddier at Tan lie,'. 
Charge against, by Capt. J. Legge, 1672. 
3514, f. 102. 

:Evans (Joseph), Carpenter, of Linwhousc 
nr. Ratcliff Cross, co. Middl. Letter to 
S H Sloane, n.d. 405s, f. 301 

:Evans (Mary). Letter to the Duchess 
of Beaufort, n.d. 4071, f. 217. 

:Eveleary, co. Cork. 
quarry at, 18th cent. 

l)escription of a 
4019, f. 144• 

îlveleigh (Samuel), of Charleston, 
lina. Letter to J. Petiver, 1706. 3321, 
f. 200. 

:Eveling (John). v. Evelyn. 

Evelyn (George), of Nutfiehl, co. 
Letter to C. Bernard, ante 1699. 
f. 162. 

1786, 

:Evelyn (John), oyal 
Privy Council order 
gupowder by, 1628. 

Powd«r JL«ster. 
for retentiou of 
1519, f. 22t. 

:Evelyn (John), of 

:Everard, of co. 
gree, 17th cent. 

lVotton. History of 
the rowling press for etching, 17th cent. 
243, ff. 127 b-141 b. 
Criticisms on his " Numismata," 
circ. 1701. 4063, f. 104. 
Letter to W. Charleton 1695. 
3962, f. 282. 
Letters to Sir H. Sloaue, 1698- 
1704. 4037, f. 69 ; 4039, f. 404 ; 4075, 
ff. 91-97 b. 
Letter to the Hon. C. Hatton, 1701. 
4063, f. 102. 
Sta[f., Family of. Pedi- 
1429, f. 53 b. 

îlveringham, of co. York, Family of. 
Pedigree, with extracts relative to, fl'om 
escheats, 17th cent. 142, ri: 109 b- 
lllb. 

Evesham, co. Worc. -Extracts from a 
roll of attainder of the rebels at the 
battle of, 16th cent. 1301, f. 310 b. 

:Evesham M:anor, co. lVorc. Title 
deeds relating to, in W. Charleton's 
possession, 1668. 3962, f. 1. 



184 INDEX. 

Exchequer. Auuua recepts and ssues, 
[1613]. 1786, f. 82 b. 
- P_,ook of Exchequer fees, 1619. 

2904. 
Schedule of fees 
lers, 1656. 3243. 

paid to the Tel- 

-------- Abstract of Exchequer receipts 
and payments, 1711-1713. 3198, f. 11. 
Exchequer, Cou,¢ of. v. Gi]bert (Sir 
Geoffrey). 
Exeter, co. Devon. Memorandum of a 
book fastened with a chain on lish»p 
Lacy's tomb in the Cathedral church, 
circ. 1455. 1584, f. 21. 
,S'ee o.f. Letter to the Bishop 
and C]ergy of, from Pope Eugenius III., 
[1145-1153]. Lat. 1777, f. 88. 
, l)ean and Chapt«r of. Watrant 
t% for suspending the statute by w hich 
Canons receive no dividend the first 
year, 1660. 856, L 6. 
Earl of. v. Cecil (William). 
:Exmouth, co. Devon. Survey of the 
river Exe at, 1698. 3233, f. 31 b. 
:Exning, co. S,. Notes on the ch urch, 
16th cent. 1301, f. 125 b. 
:Exton (Sir Thomas), L.D. Decree, as 
official of the Archdeacon of Middlesex, 
for excommunication of M. Seamer, 1677. 
Lat. 2723, L 135. 
]îlyer (Jo.hn). Paintîng by, of prophetical 
inscriptions from a window in Bury St. 
Edmund's Abbey, 16th cent. 3170, f. 
84 b. 
:Eyers (.). Formerly owned MS. 
1497. 

:Eyland, Fa,nl y of. 
1429, f. 45. 

:Eyles (Sir John), 

Pedigree, 17 th cent. 

2nd Bart. Letter to 

lI H. Sloan% n. d. 
:Eyre (Mrs. J---), of 
ir H. Sloane, . d. 

4058 f. 302. 
Windsor. Letters fo 
4075, ff. 98-102. 

]yre (John), of West Chal.field, co. lVilts. 
Covenant with J. Lottisham, 1654. 2279, 
f. 130. 
:Eyre (Kingsmill). Letter to Sir H. 
Sloaae, 1723. 4047 f. 56. 
:Eyre (Robert), Lord Chier Justice of te 
Common ]leas. Letter fo Sir H. Sloane, 
1733. 4075, L 103. 
• Medica] prescription for, 1735. 
3984, L 47. 
]y'toI1 (Kenrick), son of _li-enr. Eyton. 
Warraat for graating to, the reversioa 
of the office of Prothonotary and Clerk 
of the Crowu in cos. Denbigh and Mont- 
gomery, 1661. 856, f. 9. 

F 

F-- (----), of Easton, co. Northauts. 
Medical prescriptions for, by Dt'. J. Met- 
ford, 1655. Lat. 2812, f. 75 b. 

 (J), 3ésuit. Epigramma in Micro- 
cosmum Borillii, 1632. 118, f. 49. 

:-- (J--). Tabula vocum alchemicarum, 
1687. 3760. 

F--(I. C.), of tt«,,burg. 
(Johann Christoph), Sen. 

v. Fabricius 

F-- (P.). v. Werdenhagen (Johauu An- 
gelius von). 

F-- (R). Tabuloe canonicoe supputan- 
dorum aspectuum conditoe per 1572. 
1697, ff. 35 b--38. 

F--- (Remaclus), Lymburgensis. 
sius (Remaclus). 

v. Fuch- 

1 (S--). Treatise on the planetary 
instruments, 1645-1647. 1794. 

F (T), Aslrophil. Verses on the 
death of eminent astrologers and mathe- 
maticians, 17th cent. 2283, ff. 12 b, 13. 

Faber. v. Fabre. 

Faber (Alexauder), JLD. Epigram in 
praise of Sir D. Hasteville's Speculum 
medico - chymicum, 17th cent. Lat. 
439, f. 11. 

Faber (Jan), of Rotterdam. Letter to, 
fi'om L. Vincent, 1716. Dutch. 4065, 
f. 264. 

'abian 
bridge. 
Lat. 118, ff. 50, 54. 
Letter to Dr. Paske, 
118, f. 55. 

(Thomas), of Clare Hall, Cam- 
Letters to , 1635, 163g. 

1637. Lat. 

Epitaph ou Dr. Porter, 1635. llg 

Fabre (Pierre Jean). Account of his 
wonderful cures, 17th cent. 3646, ff. 
11-16. 

Letter on him and his tincture, 
17th cent. Lat. 1378, f. 10 b. 

Fabri ( .). of Geneva. 
T. Woolhouse, 729. Ff. 
L 158. 

Letter to J. 
Copy. 4050, 



INDEX. 

lb5 

'abri de Peiresc (Nicolas 

Conseiller a« Parlement d' Ai:c. 
des manuscrits de feu M. de 

Claude), 
Mmoire 
I)eiresc, 

cire. 1637. 767. 
Vita, a P. Gassendi, 17th cent. 
Excerpts. 2326, ff. 58-63. 
-Owned, in 1606, MS. 2423, by 
gift from Sir R. Cotton. 

l'abricius (-----) Letter 
Hibner, 1640. Ta'o copies. 
207. 

:Fabricius (Hieronymus), ab Aquapen- 
dente. 0bservationes chirur;icoe» 17th 
cent. 1166, ff. 48-80 b, 175-185. 
-------- Operum chîrurgicorum pars pos- 
terior, 17th cent. 1166, ff: 81-153. 
tract on wounds founde4 on his 
treatment of them, 1612. 329, ff. 308- 
:514 b. 

Fabricius (Johann), the Yo,«nger; Pro- 
fessor of T/wo?o,jy ut llebnstadt. Lctter 
to, from O. Ferrarius» 17th cent. Lat. 
2890, ff. 33-36 b. 
:Fabricius (Johan Albert). Letters to 
G. Schroe,lter, 1697-1702. Lat. 2877, 
ff. 100, 148» 192, 203. 
Fabricius (Johann Christoph), Sen. 
Correspondence and papers, 1678-1689. 
Lat. Ff. and Germ. 2144. 
-. , Vera Philosophia, 1710- 1716. 
Gom. and Eagl. 340 ; 3.q41. 

:Fabricius (Johann Christoph), J.tn. 
Odes and letters to his. father, 1678, 
1680. Lat. 2144, ff. 159, 161, 162. 

Fabrieius (Johann Jacob). Letter to his 
father, J. C Fabricius, 1678. Lat. 
2144, f. 137. 
Fabricius (Johann Ludwig), Professor 
f Theoloyy t Heidelberg atd Cotacilor 
of the Elector P«latSe. Autograph in 
a[hum» 1669. 1795 or 2597» f. 39. 

Fabricius (Johann ebald), Professor of 
Greek af Heideibec,j. Autogaph in 
album, 1669. 1795 or 2597 f. 27. 

Fabricius (Paul), 
$[aximilian I1. De 
95, ff. 133-134 b. 

Muthem«ticiaa to 
stella nova, 1573. 

:abricius (Wilhelm), von Hilde. De 
tarda solutione deligationum in fracturis 
et de ozoena, 17th cent. 1336, ff. 177 b- 
181. 

De lue Venerea, 17th cent. 
10 b-13. 
• Curationum chirurgicarum Cen- 
turia v., 17th cent. ExcerTts. 1392, 
f. 48-66. 

1392, 

Fabritiis (Giovanni Battista de), Cappi- 
taao- Teene. Treatise inscribed to, on 
astrology, 1692. Ital. 2758, ff. 1-41. 
Fabrius (Paschalis). v. Robin (Paschal), 
Seigneur da Fauz. 
Fabroni (Carlo Agostino), Cardinal. 
Letter to Car,l. D. M. Delfius, 1697. 
Copy. 2877, f. 114. 
Facio Duill£er (Nicolas). Letters to 
Sir H. 5loane, 17[4, 1736. 4043£ 307 ; 
4055» f. 27. 
Fagiuoli (Piero). Capitoli i, di A. F. 
Grazzini, 17th cent. 1880, ff. 80 b-3. 

Fagon (Antoine). Letters to Sir H. 
Sloane, 1725. Ff. 4048, ff. 25, 35, 
54, 66. 
Letters to, from Sir H. Sloane, 
1725, and n. d. Er. 3322, f. 109; 
4069, ff. 148, 149. 

Fagon (.Gui Crescent). Letter to Sir H. 
Sloane, 1713. 4043, £ 160. 
Letters to, from Sir H. S[oaue, 
1713, and n.d. Er. 406., £ 77 ; 4069, 
f. 151. 

Fagraiola 
denciu. 
filiis, 1315. 
Fairborne (Sir Pal,nes), 
Ta:/ier. Quarrel with 
1673. 3511, ff. 222-230. 

(Petrus), M.A. atd JLD., o] 
Regimen medicum, pro suis 
3124, ff. 74-77. 
Goernor of 
Capt. Carre, 

Case oï, 1674. 3514, ff. 240-241. 
-Commission to, for making peace 
between England and Marocco, 1676. 
3512, f. 259. 
Letter to his uncle, Col. R. Alsopp 

1674. 

Copy. 3512, f. 23. 
Letter to J. Luke, 1674. 

35 

:Fairborne (Sir Stafford), A,:Imi,'l o] 
the Fleet. Examination of, relative to 
the failure of the attack on Cadiz, 170;. 
2496, ff. 42-54 ; 2638 ff. 1-11 b ; 3958, 
ff. 18-28 b. 

:Fairfax (-----), Serje«t-,t-Law. Con- 
futation of supposed el'rors in stature 
of 25 Edw. III., 1596. 2716, ff. 1-37. 
:Fairfax (Henry), 4th son of Tho»as, 
Baron t'airfax ; Iector of Bolton Percy, 
co. ]'or],'. Probationes e Grotio groecoe, 
17th cent. 1872, ff. 1-59. 
-. --Catalogue of his library, 17th 
cent. 1872, ff. 60-81 b. 
Fairfax (John). Letter fo Dr. E. Browne, 
1669. 1911-1913 f. 122. 
Fairfax (Richard). Formerly owne,l 
M. 1496. 



156 

INDEX. 

Fairfax (Thomas), 3,-d Baron .Fairfa:z. 
Letters to, 1640-1649. 1519, passim. 
H. 

of protection to Sir 
1519, f. 190. 
by J. Lilborne, n. 

d. 

Letters 
Grimstone, 1648. 
------ Abuse of, 
1,519, t: 137. 
Fairford, co. 

Glouc. Verses on the 
ehurch windows by W. Stroode and Dr. 
P,. Corbet, 17th cent. 542, ff. 58, 59. 
Verses on tle church windows, 
17th cent. 542 f. 59 b ; 1792, f. 73 b. 

Fairlie (James), Bishop of Lismcn'e or 
Argyll. Sentence of deposition against, 
1638. 650, f. 73. 

Fairlis (William). 
933. 

Owned, in 16r, 318. 

Faithorne (William), Sen., 
Verses to, by T. Flatmau, 
2214, f. 147 b. 

Engraver. 
17th cent. 

Fajardo de lequesens y Zu.iga 
(Fernandez Joachim de), Marquez de Ios 
té&s. Letter to, as Goveraor of 0rau, 
from Col. H. Norwood, 166. Slmn. 
34.., f. 25. 

Falaizeau ( de). Letters t«, Sir H. 
Sloane, 1707, and n.d. Ff. 4041, L 
15 ; 4058, ff. 303-307 b. 

Falcoburgius (Gerardus). 
burgius (Gerardus). 

v. Falken- 

Falcon (Jacob), Secretary to the Gove,'nor 
of 1ëtuan. Receipt to Lord Middleton 
for stores, 167. Sp,_m. COl,g. 1958» 
L12b. 

Falconry. 

Manuer of keeping hawks, 
15th cent. Imperf. 3488. 
Livros «le Citraria, 1566 an.1 16th 
821. 
I:ules for the « orderinge of Heron- 
sewes to breede," 16th cent. 999, f. 26. 
On the training of hawks, 17th 
cent. 2721, ff. 2-23 b. 
Of their diseases and the remedies, 
17th cent. 3205, ff. 72-8. b. 

cent. 

Faldo (C«pt. I--). 0bservata in cada- 
vere ejus ex t.abe mortui, 1644. 846, f. 2. 

Falkenburgius 
Pindar from an 
Rhediger, 16th 
2764, f. 136. 

(Gerardus). Lire of 
old copy of T. von 
cent. Gr. Autogr. 

Falkensteyn (Conon de), Archbishop of 
1"rotes. v. Trevcs, Archbishol»s Electors 
qf. 
Falkland Isles al. Pepys' Island, 
South America. Description of by W. 
A. Cowley, 1687. 45, f. 6.q b. 

Falkland, ITscounts. v. Cary. 
Falloppio (Gabriello). Translation of 
his medical tracts, by J. Molins, 167. 
3293, ff. 
Medical extracts from, by J. Du 
Poirier 17th cent. Lat. 311: ff: 352- 
354. 

Fallowfeild (Richard), of co. West,n. 
Letter to Lord Falkland 1626. 3827, 
f. 8. 

Falmouth, 

co. Cornw. Chart of the 
harbour, by Cal»t. J. Kempthorne 1688. 
3665, f. 72 b. 
Survey of the harbour, 1698. 
3233, f. 37 b. 

Famagosta, in Cyprus. 
loss of, by Capt. A. 
2256. 

Account of the 
Gatti, 1573. 1rai. 

Family. Diseiplina domestica. 
Ital. 926, ff: 40 b-62. 

1581. 

amily ofove. Mirabilia opera Dei ; 
by a Familist, 1655. 872. 

Fane. v. Vaue. 

Fane (Mary), 2n:l wife of Mildmay, 2wI 
E:,,'I of IVestmorland. Medical case of 
by Dr. J. Pratt, 1645. 587, ff. 15-17. 

Fane (Mildmay), 2nd E,rl qf lVcstmor- 
bmd. Imitation of J. 'levelan,l's letter 
1% 17th cent. 3087, t: 27. 
Fane (Thomas), 6th Jarl of i.é.stmorland. 
Letters to Sir H. Sloane, 1722-1732. 
4050, f. 89; 4052, f. 67 ; 4077, tL 190- 
197 b, 200-207 b. 
Fanianus (Joannes Chrysippus). De 
arte metaliicoe metamorphoseos, 16th 
cent. EngL transi. 320, ff. 51-57 b. 

Fano, Bishop of. v. 0ttiuelIi çGiulio). 

Fanshawe (Lyonel), Secretary fo Sir 
Fanshawe at MadrhL Copy of Sir R. 
Fanshawe's letters, 1665. 3509, ff. 107, 
107b. 

Fanshawe (Sir Richard), Ambassador 
to Spain. Letters to Consul Wescombe 
and to the Governor of Tetuan, 1665. 
Copies. 3509, ff. 107, 107 b. 
Let'.er to, fi, om Lord Belasyse, 
1665. 1952, f. 66. 
. Letter to, from B. de Loyola, 1665. 
Span. 1952, f. 83. 

Fantoni (Jacopo), l'rote. 
1641. 1930, f. 64-89 b. 

Abjura di, 

Fanus (Franciscus). Pro ct ntemnendis 
opibus et diligenda paupertate sua versus 
15th cent. 327, f. 76. 
Farcher, D,.. v. Farquhar (Alexander). 



INDEX. 

187 

Farendale (Robert), PhysiciŒEn fo the 
English Embassy af J[adfid, ,«fterw. Arm!l 
Surgeon af Tarif.lier. Passport to, from 
Lot,1 Howard, 1669. Sp;m. 3513, f. 48. 

Charge against Lieut. E. Harris 
for attempted murder, 1672. 3511, 
f. 138. 

1672. 

Charge against, by Lieut. E. Harris, 
3514, f. 141. 

Faria (Joo de Sequeira de). v. Sequeira 
de Faria. 

Farleham (Edward), Soldier at Tangio'. 
Charge against, for theft, ch'c. 1673. 
3514, f. 168. 

Farley (Henry). 
334. 

Formerly owned 

larlow ( 
the palsy 
17th cent. 

.). .Prescription against 
for, by Dr. Nicholson, late 
1087, f. 74 b. 

larman (), Chaplain fo the Qucen of 
Bohemi« ; afterw, of tive,.head, la Se,'ea- 
oaks, co. Içent. Account of his sudden 
death and encomium on, by T. Pell, 1659. 
2570, £ 19. 

Fariner (), M.D. Quoedam medica 
ex ejus libro, 17th cent. 3969, ff. 69-73. 
:Parmer (James), of the Bermudas. In- 
formation by, of hidden treasure on an 
island in the iV. Indies, 18th cent. 3984, 
f. 165. 
:Fariner, of co. A'orthants. v. Fermor. 
:Parmingham. v. Jerningham. 
arnaby (Thomas), Schoobnaster. Bio- 
graphical notice or; by G. Bonnivert, 
late 17th cent. Ff. 1009, f. 169. 
:Parnworth (Eliza), qfA'ottlngham. Let- 
ter fo Sir H. Sloane, 1729. 4075, f. 110. 

arquhar 

1697. 

(Alexander), M.D., of War- 
De medicaminibus simplicibus, 
1362. 

Proescripta medica, 1698- 1702. 

medica, 1698. 1379, ff. 

to, from Dr. H. Gordon, 
Polish. 1362, f. 71. 

1377. 
Praxis 
133-242 b. 
Letter 
1701. 

arqu]aar (John), of 1)antzic. Letter 
to C. Holl on his brother's death, 1704. 
Germ. 1378 f. 16. 

arrer (Thomas), M.D., of MarC'et 
t[arborow.h co. Leic. Letters to Sir H. 
Sloane, 1727-1736, and n.d. 4051, £ 
80; 4053, f. 170; 4058 ff. 305, 310; 
407 5, ff. 109, 112-117. 

Farrington (Isaiah), of Ottery St. Mary, 
co. Devon. Letters to Sir H. Sloane, 
1723. 4075, f. 118-121. 

'arrington-Gurney, co. Soin. Letter 
to Dr. Woodward on the impression 
of ossils ou the black Mate above the 
coal at, n.d. 4019, f. 52. 

Fastolf (Sir John). Nedical case, by W. 
Wyrcestre, 15th cent. 4, f. 38 b. 
• Letter ri-oto Garter King-at-Arms 
to Sir H. Sloane "on that inimitable 
scoundrell character given t%" by 
hakespeare, lV° 
"-r" 4046, f. 66. 

:Fatio (Giovanni). Ricettario di manis- 
calchia, 16th cent. 1074, ff. 13 b-94. 

Fauconberg, Ec, rl qf. 
(Thomas). 
Faukener 
Letter to 
f. 162. 

v. Ielasyse 

(William), of Le,ces, co. Suss. 
Sir H. Sloane, 1709. 4075, 

Faules. v. Foulis (Sir David). 

:Faulkborne, co. Essex. 
monuments in, 16th cent. 

Notes from 
13(I, f. 131. 

:Fauque (Antoine). Letter to Sir H. 
bloaue, n.d. Ff. 4058, f. 313. 

:Fauson (Martha). Valentine te,, 17th 
cent. 2717, f. 104. 

:Faustius (Johannes Michael). Prefiwe 
and notes to ' Introitus apertus ad 
occlusum Regis Palatium, a Philaletha," 
1706. 2599, ff. 46-49. 

:Favara, 3[a,.quis de. Letter, as Viceroy 
ofAragon, to F. de Alarcon, 1642. Span. 
2496, f. 193. 
:Favell (.Robert). Letter to Sir H. ,_':;loane, 
1729. Lat. 4050, f. 227. 

:Faventinus (Leonellus). 
(I,eonellas de), Facentinus. 

v. Victoriis 

Fawborne. v. Faulkborne, co. Essex. 

:Fawks (Isaack). 
17'2:. 4047, f. 319. 
:Fawley, co. Southants. 
tithes of pigs and geese 
357, ff. 61 b, 63 b. 
Fawset (William), of 
Essex. Letter to Dr. 
1731 A. f. 76. 

Letter to Sir H. Sloane, 

Memoranda of 
at, 1508-1509. 

Tilbury Fort, co. 
S. Wall, 1691. 

Fawsley Lodge, co. Northants. 
of curiosities at, 1666. Ztal. 
ff. 130-160 b, pass5n. 
Fayo (Dermitio), of Madrid. Letters and 
papers delivered t% from J. Luke, 1675. 
3512, ff. 220-225. 

Lists 
3960 



188 

INDEX. 

:Fayrefeld (Henry), ]é6m«n of the ltoyal 
tVoodgard. Royal grant to, of Wood- 
felde Manor, 1557. 2251, f. 83. 
Fecht (A-- J--), of Rosto«/,,. Letter to 
G. Schroedter, 169,. Lat. 2a77, f. 140. 
Fecht (Èrnestus Heuricus), Theol. Doct. 
Letters to C. Schroedtel', 1698-170:J. 

Lat. 2876, ff. 157, 174, 176. 
Letter to Dr. G6nuer, n. d. 
2876, £ 182. 

Ge m. 

Fecht (Johann), P, ector of the Academy 
of Rostock. 5yllabus auctorum ab eo 
relatorum in tomum Hi.tol'ioe Ecclesi- 

asticæ, 18th cent. 
Letters to, 
1699, 1700. Lat. 

2887 ff. 219-224. 
from G. Schroedter, 
2877, ff. 144, 152. 

Fecht (31 G--), qf RostocA'. Letter to 
---- ]5(inner, 1715. (terre. 2877, f. 282. 
Fechte (Nicolaus von der), Senator of 
IIambuo]. Bi,graphical sketch of, by 
H. V«getius, 17th cent. Lat. 2888, f. 22. 
Feckenham (John), Abbot of Ilést- 
minstcc, v. Howman (John), of Fechen- 

:Fedro (Georgius), l:odocheus Jledicus. 
v. Phoedr, (Georgius), Ro&,ch, ries. 
:Feilding (Mary), 2nl wife of lVilli«m, 
2»d Z'«rl qf Dcsmond. Sale of Castle 
Eden manor by, to her brother-in-law, 
Lor, l Middleton, 1673. 3511, £ 212 b. 

eilding (Mary), whlow qf IVillhm, 3rd 
Earl of Penboh. Letters to Sir H. 
Sloane, n.d. 4058, ff. 315-324 b. 
eilding (Col. Robert), called «Beau 
Feilding." Rental of his estates at 
Lutterworth and SoIihul], 1695. 2728, 
f. 224. 

Feilding (Gq_,t. William), of C«rlisle 
Garrison. Letters to Lord Carlis]e and 
his secretary, 1682. 2724, ff. 150, 151. 
Felde (John). Bought MS. 2463 from 
R. Ferris. 

:k"elgenhauer (Paul). Letter to, from 
J. Dury, n.d. Lat. 654, t: 153. 

:Fell (John), L.D., Dean of Christ Church, 
Oxford. Letter to, ffom J. Luke, 1664. 
3509, f. 66. 

Fellowe (Rice), of St. Christ«,pher's Isle, 
W. [ndies. Letters to J. Petiver, 1714 
1715. 4065» ff. 208, 217. 

:Feltham (Charles). Horoscope by 
F. Bernard, 1646. 1707, f. 61. 

leltham (Owen). 
Copy. 1446» L 56. 

Dr. 

'elton (George). 

Poem, 17th cent. 

Formerly owaed MS. 76. 

Felton (John), Capt. Particulars of his 
execution, with his prayer immediately 
before, 1628. 826, ff. 133-135. 
Reasons for killing the Duke of 
Buckingham, 17th cent. 1199,ff. 69b-70. 
Verses and epitaphs on temp. 
Chas. I. 826, ff. 188 b-197. 
• Verses to, from Z. Towneley, 1628. 
826, f. 192 b  1199, f. 74 b; 1792, 
f. 114 b. 

Fenis (Richard), of Broughton, co. Oxon. 
v. Fiennes. 

Fenly (D--), [rs. Letter to Sir H. 
Sloane, n.d. 4058, £ 325. 

enne (John), Paymaster. Biographical 
notes on, 1633, 1660. 1708, f. 111. 

Fenton (Joseph), Surgeon, of 

An observation of all such strange cures, 
as bave happened to my bands s]nce 
15'J0. Title onl V. 661, f. 31. 

1624. 

Letter to, from Bishop Andrewes. 
118, £ 29. 
Wrote MSS. 661, ff. 32-46 and 

1719, ff. 2-86. 
Owned MSS. 381 and 1719. and, in 
the year 1602, MS. 1678. 

Fenwicke (S;r John), Commissar 5 
General of th« Musters. Directions to, 
from Sir J. Asteley to muster the foot, 
1640. 1200, f. 89. 

Fenwicke (Sir John), 3rd Bart. 
to Lord Carlisle, [1676-1685]. 
f. 166. 

Letter 
2724, 

Fenwicke (Robert), of Morpeth. Letter 
to Lord Carlisle, 1683. 2724 f. 165. 

Feral (Goffroy Adolf 
Leipzig. v. ô Ferai. 

ô), Student at 

Ferauaunty (Leonardi). v. Fioravanti 
(Leonardo). 
Frber (Friedrich Augustus), Studnt of 
theology af Zeipzi,j. Autograph in album, 
1692. 2360, f. 67. 
Ferber (Jean Sigismond), of Pacis. Let- 
ter of apology to Dr. J. Pragestus 169.. 
Ff. and Germ. 1381, f. 82. 

Ferchault 

toine). 
1743. 
4055, ff. 151, 152 ; 4056, ff. 
144 ; 4057, ff. 167, 211,216. 
Letters to, from Sir 
1736-1739. Ff. 4068, ff. 
4069, ff. 11, 14, 21. 

de Rdaumur (Rend An- 
Letters to Sir H. Sloane, 1734-- 
Ff. 4053, f. 325 ; 4054, f. 255 ; 
10, 41 92, 

:Ferguson (C--). Letter fo 
Sloane, 169. 4036, f. 139. 

H. Sloaue, 
302, 340 ; 

Sir H. 



INDEX. 189 

lerguson (V--), of N«wtown, m'. 
13elfast. Letters to Sir H. Sloane, 1691- 
1715. 4036, f. 106; 4037, ff. 25, 73, 
119 ; 4038, ff. 14, 38 ; 4040, f. 16 ; 
4043, f. 200; 4044, f. 84 ; 4075, f. 12, 
124. 

Ferguson (William). Letier to Sir H. 
Sloanc, 1705. 4040, f. 33. 

Fericus (Acaninus). 
lshk, al-'lbd. 

v. H unain Ibu 

Fermor (), of Davent,'y. Medical 
prescription for, by Dr. J. Metford, 1655. 
Lat. 2812, f. 74. 

:Fermor (), Sert., o] Northampt,m. 
Me, lical prescription for his wife, by Dr. 
J. Metford, 1652. Lat. 2812, f. 40. 

:Fermor (Henry), 2nd son of Sir lVilli«m 
l'ërmor, Bart. Medical prescriptions 
for, by Dr. J. Meth, rd, 1652. Lat. 
2812, ff. 35, 44. 

Fermor (Katharine), daujhter of Str 
tlatto,t Fermor. Medical 1,rescriptions 
ri,r, b" D,-. J. Metford, 1652. Lat. 
2812, ff. 4- b, 4'3 b. 

Fermor (Mary), wife of Sb" William 
Fe,'mor, Bart. Medical prescriptions 
for, by l)r. J. Metford, 1652, 1655. Lat. 
2812, ff'. 32 b, 46 b 57 b. 

Fermor (Richard), Armiger, of co. 
Northants. Medical prescription for, 
by Dr. J. Metford, 1652. Lat. 2812, 
f. 8. 

:Fermor (Sir William), E, art., of Easton 
Neston, co. Northants. Medical pre- 
scription for, by Dr. J. Metford, 1655. 
Lat. 2812, f. 66b. 
Medical prescription for his 
daughter, by Dr. J. 31etford, 1655. Lat. 
2812, L 83. 
:Fernandes de Queiros (Pedro). 
moria to Philip |[I. fo uudertake au 
expedition fo the New IIebrides, circ. 
1608. Transl. 3 3, ff. 1-22 b. 

ernandez (Eduardus), Primarius Medi. 
cus in Salmantisensi Lycveo. Commen- 
tarin in ttippocratis libros de rictus 

ratione in morbis acutis, 
2984, ff. 173--235. 
Fernandez lavarrette 
. t. Domingo. 
A,'chbishop of ¢ 
hic accouut of 
f. 145. 

17th cent. 

(Domingo), 
Notes from 
China, 18th cent. 4019, 

Ferne (Thomas), M.D. Letters to Sir H. 
Sloane, 1700. 1701. 4038, ff: 33, 164. 

:Ferneley (Philip), of I)ublin. Letter to 
Lord Falkland, 1632. 3827, f. 185. 

Fernelius (.loannes)of Am;ens ; Phy- 
sician to tt«nri IL of F,'«nee. Patho- 
logioe ejus synopsis, circo 1600. 133. 
. Prof. Drelincurtii collegium l, rac- 
ticum ad êjus Pathologiam, 17th cent. 
3287, ff. 1-252. 
J. M unnîcks dictata l,ractica ad ejus 
Pathologiam per D. l)enoune notata, 
1683, 1684. 229, ff. 3 b-94. 
Pathologia, lib. I. and iib. Il. 
capp. 13-19, 17th cent. L'n,jl. 1639, 
ff. 43-91. 
De febribus, ex ejus Pathologia, 
lib. v., v.. 17th cent. Lat. 101, 
ff: 25-82; 688, ff. 83-124 ; 16î2, ff. 49- 
70. 
------- Dictata c9llegii in ejus librurn de 
febribus, 16th cent. 1236, ff: 93-105. 
M oore ri'oto his 
1635 ff. 3-6 ; 

Extracts by P. 
Patho]ogia. 17th cent. 
163, ff. 140-143. 
Therapeutice seu 
«lendi, 16th cent. 136. 
Methodus medên,ti lib. L, 
cent. En il. 1639, ff. 1-91 ; 
ff. 1-48. 

methodus me- 

17th 
1672, 

Methodi melendi |ibri quartus et 
quintus, 17th cent. En:7l. 1633. 
------- Translation of the 6th book of his 

Methodus meden.ti, by P. Moore, 17th 
cent. 1637. 
Argument of his l,reface to his 
Methodus meden,li, 17th cent. 1672, 
f. 71. 
Physiologia, lib. L, 17th cent. 
T,'ansl. 1659, ff: 1-74. 
Medicze d,.finitiones et divisiones 
physiologicae, 17th cent. 20_4, ff. 344- 
352. 
- De abditis rerum causis, lib. ri.» 
17th cent. En:ll. and Z,t. 574, A. 
ff: 1-10 b, 26-27 b ; 1670. 
Translation of his Hominis Ana- 
tomia, by !'. Moore, 17th cent. 1,nperf. 
1664, ff. 53-55. 
Translation of his counse].% by 
W. Chapellus, 17th cent. 1634. 
Excerpta ex Universa mêdicina 
ejus, 1628. 1444. 
Morboram definitiones et distinc- 
tiones, 17th cent. 1486, ff. 36-86. 
Vocabulary ofdiseases» 1624. Lat. 
and Enfl. 1668, ff. 2-46. 
 Uses and virtues of compoun,l 
medicines, 17th cent. 1667. 

Translation of l,art of his medical 
works, 17th cent. 1649. 



190 INDEX. 

ernelius (Joannes) of Amies ; Phy- 
sician to IIenri IL of France (continued). 
Excerpta ex scriptis ejus, 17th cent. 
1511, ff. 173-189; 3635, ff: 116-119. 
Quoedam de syrupo ex, 17th cent. 
2105, B. f. 110. 
Vita, a G. Plautio, 17th teur. 
1054. 
Versus in, a F. Thory, 17th cent. 
Gr. and Lat. 1768, f. 23. 

lerns, L'ishop of. 
:Ferouante (Leo). 
nardo). 
:Ferrara, State of. 

v. Hort (Josiah). 
v. Fioravantî (Leo- 

Relatione dt, by the 
Venetian Ambassador, E. Manolesso, 
1575. 697» ff. 63-89. 
Relatione dt, dt E. 3lanolesso, 1575. 
Abridgm. 1826, ff. 49-56. 
Consilium medicum pro ncbili 
Ferrariensi, 17th cent. [tal. 2253, 
ff. 133-137 b. - 

:Ferrara (Pietro Antonio). v. Ferraro. 
:Ferrari (V--). Letter to Sir H. Sloane, 
1731. 4051, f. 300. 

Ferraria (Johauues de). Caudelabrum 
splendoris et perfectionis, 15th cent. 
276, ff. 24 b-74. 

:Ferrarius. v. Ferrers. 

:Ferrarius (Octavius). AutobiograI,hia , 
17th cent. 2890, f/. 33-36. 
-. Lectiones n-edicoe, 1665. 2880, 
f. 2OO. 

:Ferraro (Pietro Antonio). Interpreta- 
tione de le briglie coml,oste et inventate 
dt. 17th cent. 2116, ff: 1-31. 
-------- Rules extracted from, 17th cent. 
Germ. 2116, ff. 32-40. 

:Ferrent (Antoine). 
de, lue à 
4057, f. 87. 
errerius (, 
17th cent. 

Extrait du Mémoire 
l'Acadtimie Publique, 1741. 

). Formuloe remediorum, 
2110, ff. 143-145 b. 

Xerrers, F«mily of. Notes, 16th cent. 
1301, f. 52. 
:Ferrers (Henry), Ant,'quary. Formerly 
owned MS. 63. 

lerrers 
of Vashington, 2ad Earl Ferrers. 
lerrers (William). Horoscope, 
o.o, f. 78 b. 
:Ferris (Richard), 
liz. and J'ames 
J. Felde. 

(M.). v. Shirley (/lary), wife 

1555. 

Royal 3[essenger to Qu. 
_f. Sold hlS. 2463 to 

Ferrour (John). Of ail manner of 
diseases and medicines for the saine, 
17th cent. 2778, ff. 73-79. 

Ferry (Heury), JLD., of Chiswick. Letter 
to Sir H. Sloane, 1739. 4075, f. 126. 
estus. v. Hommius (Festus). 
Fetherstonhalgh (Major Ralph). Let- 
ters to Lord Carlisle and W. Bridges, 
168 a 1683. 2724, ff. 152-154. 
g, 

Fetiplace (George). Petition to the 
Court of Chaucery, 1677. 2484. 

Fettiplace (George), of Letcombe tegis, 
re«r li'anta,je. Letters to Sir H. Sloaue, 
1728, 172{. 4049, f. 138 ; 4075, f. 128. 

Feuillerade (P[ete]r). Letter to Sir H. 
Sloane, 1722. 4046, f. 323. 

Feurs (Germain de), M.D. " La petite 
et grande œuvre minerale des philo- 
sophes," 17th cent. 693, ff. 43-46 b. 

Fez, /i5"rq]dom of. Prescrit state of, by 
T. Fisher, 1663. 505, ff. 80-110. 
Relation of Sieur G. Moiiette's 
captivity in, 1670-1681. Transi. 845. 
• Papers re]ating to English captives 
redeemed from, 1672. 3511, ff. 156, 
160-167. 
Relation of the voyage of the 
Fathers of La Mercy to, for the redemp- 
tion of Christian slaves in 161, by 
L. Desmay, 18th ceut. 8_22. 
v. also Marocco. 

Fichett (Henry). Infirmation by, to 
the English Consul at Cadiz concerning 
Salee pirates, 1673. 3511, f. 255. 
Ficino (Marsiglio), Physician» of Florence. 
De arte chymica, 17th cent. Engl. 
3638» ff. 129-188. 
De vita, 17th cent. Excerpt. 
2246» ff. 50-52. 
-------- On the generation of metals, 17th 
cent. ).'xtract. 3721, f. 87. 
Fickinam. v. Howman al. Feckeuham. 

liction. 
tractatione 17th cent. 1371, ff. 
78b. 
• Fabuloe, 14th cent. 2478, 
47 b. 

Pl'ogymnasmata de fabulari 
74b- 

Historiunculoe facetae, 15th cent. 
Imperf. 3854, f. 104. 
Collection of anecdotes, 17th cent. 
1757 ; 175 ; 125, ff. 1-43, 67-75 ; 
3867, ff. 1-161 b 165-184 b ; 3890. 
Collection of jests and anecdotes 
by some one connected with Cambridge» 
1627. 1489. 



IIN'DEX. 191 

:Fiction (contin,ted). Dialogue on the 
cure of anger, 17th cent. 1818, ff. 118- 
131. 
Allegorical hîstory of Time, 17th 
cent. 1815, ff. 128-131b. 
De morte Ibyci a gruibus prodita, 
17th cent. 1380, ff. 19 b-22 b. 
Historia de Septem Dormientibus, 
17th cent. 2885, ff. 41-44. 
Sermon by a loyer of aie» 17th 
cent. 3769, f. 22 b. 
Facetious lawcase, 17th cent. 3932, 

A Welsh story in Terence's style, 
18th cent. Lat. lmperf. 3516, f. 212. 
Lettres Portugaises avec les re- 
sponces ; tra, luites eu Fraucoys, 1674. 
3635, ff: 3-52. 
v. Morley (Christopher Love), M.D. 
:Fidoe (John), of Stamford on Te»w, co. 
Worc. Survey of his lands at Noverton, 
1650. 2728, B. f. 226. 
:Fidoe (Robert), of the 2Iiddlc Temple. 
Title of, to lands in Stocton and Great 
Shelsley, 1682. 2728, B. f. 23l. 
liefbrtm, Sieur «le. v. Fiesbrun, Sieur 
de. 

:Fielding (D,.. Robert), Narrati.e of a 
shot embed, led in his skull ri'oto 1642 to 
1672, lth cent. 1968, f. '202. 

:Fiennes, ])arons Dacre. 
1429, f. 99 b. 
:Fientes (Richard), of 
Oxford ; afterw. Baron 
Excerpta ex chartis ejus, 1586. 
f. 156. 

Pedigree, 1655. 

Broughto», co. 
8ay mM Sele. 
13ol, 

:Fiennes (William), 1st ITscouat Sag 
and Sele.. Let ter in the name of the 
Committee of both Kingdoms to Sir T. 
Fairfax, 1645. Signed. 1519, f. 106. 
:Fienus (Thomas), Professor of ,}[edicine 
al Louvain. De methodo medendi et de 
sigais medicis, 1627. 367. 

:Fiesbrun, Sieur de. 
:FLfield (Samuel). 
t4. 03, . 3. 
igulus (Benedictus). 
dikt). 
:Filding (William). 
354. 

v. Cumont (René de). 

Letter to J. Petiver, 

r. Torl,fer (Bene- 

Formerly owned MS. 

:Filenius (P--). Letter to Sir H. Sloane, 
1738. Fr. 4055, f. 260. 
:Filton (John de). Note relative to his 
landett possessions, 1655. 1429, f. 99 b. 
ialdo (Maximiliano),ofNaples. Treatise 
on astrology, 1692. Ital. 2758, ff. 1-43. 

Finch (--), of co. tI orcester. Recipes 
for cider and perry, sent by, to Sir T. 
Turquet de ]Hayerne, 1650. Fr. 206, 
A.f. 143. 

:Finch ( ), Clerk in St. T]wmas" ltos- 
pital. Letters to, from Major T. Aungier, 
696, 169.ï. 2728, B. ff. 234-243 b. 

:Finch (Arme), daughter of Sir IIenea:Te 
Finch ; afterw, wife of Edward, Parl o.f 
Conway. Note ofhêrbirth, 1631. 1708, 
f. 111. 

:Finch (Arme), 2nd wife of Daniel, "2wl 
Earl of Nottfngh,tm. Letter to Sir tI. 
Sloane, n. do 4078, f. 232. 

:Finch (Charles), 3rd Earl o.f W,)whilsea. 
Frank, 170. 3962, f. 27 b. 

:Finch (Danie!), 2nd Earl of Nott,'n,jham. 
Directions for his " buihling," by Sir H. 
fihere, 1695. 3828, ff. 176-180. 

:Finch (Elizabeth). 
1778, f. 14. 

Horoscope, 

1653. 

:Finch (Elizabeth), u'ife qf William, 
ITscount $l«idstone. Prescriptions for, 
from Dr. Browne, 1670. 1833 f. 119. 

ineh (Elizabeth), widow of tlenea,._lC, 
2nd Earl of Winchilsea. Letter to Sir 
H. ,51oane, 17.î r. 405, f. 28 I. 

:Finch (Francis), B, trrister-at-Law ; son 
of Sir Moyle 
t mch, 1st Bart. Epistola 
dedicatoria et versus ad, 17th cent 
1415, f. 4. 

:Finch (Sir Heneage), son of Sb" AL, fie 
Finch, 1st Bart. Lecture ou Arithmetic 
delivered during the Christmas revels in 
the Temple, circ. 1600. 1709, ff. 1-12. 
Speech on beiug chosen Speaker of 
the House of Commons, 162. 1710, 
f. 281b. 

'inch (Heneage), 1st larl of Xottingh,,m. 
Note of his birth, 1621. 170, f. 111. 
Report on the trial ,,f Lord 
Maguirê, 164_. 3828, ff. 64-74. 
Finch (Heueage), 2nd Earl of llTnchilsea 
Request for protection for his house at 
Eastwell, 1647. 1519, f. 170. 
:Finch (Heneage), aft«rw. 4th E,:rl of 
Wiachilsea. Letter to W. Charleton, 
170ï. 3962, f. 284. 
:Finch (Sir Henry), of C]trist's College, 
Cambrid,3e ; ,$%rjeant-at-Law. Analysi., 
in Q. Horatii Flacci carminum odas 
cure rira, 1577. 2737. 
Letter to his stepfather, N. fit. 
Leger, 1577. Lat. 2737, L 1 b. 



192 

INDEX. 

Finch (John), Baron Finch; Lord Chier 
Justice, Speaker of the House of Commons 
and Lord Keeper. Speeches 1625-1634. 
1455, ff. 1-15. 
Argument on Hampden's case of 
shipmoney, 163,ï. 3933, ff. 288-315. 
Speech on opening the Parliament, 
1640. 203, ff. 41-56 b. 
• Declaration of the King's approba- 
tion of Serjeant Glanvile as Speaker 
1640. 1200, f. 6. 
Finch (John). Warrant appointing him 
Un:lersearcher in the port of London, 
1661. 856, f. 4. 
Finch (Sir John), Amb,tssador fo Turnep. 
Journal of his voyage to Constantinople, 
167:î. 2439. 
Epitaph on Sir T. Baines' bowels 
interred at Constantinople 1682. Lat. 
3329, f. 5. 
Note on his friendship for Sir T. 
Baines, 18th cent. 3322, f. 166. 
Finch (Judith), wife of R. Finch of 
South'arh. Oath of, in Chaneery, re- 
specting lands in eo. Woreester, 1682. 
'2728, B. f. 231. 
Finch (Mary). Horoscope, 1655. 1778, 
f. 13b. 

Finch (Mary), of Z'nsington. h'ote of 
her birth, 1666. 1708, L 111. 
Finch (Mary), wife of Ilon. Edcard, 5th 
son of Heneage, Ist Earl of Votthgham. 
Letter to Sir H. Sloane, 1730. 4075, 
f. 133. 
Finch (Richard), of Southwar], co. Surr. 
Oath of, in Chancery, respecting lands 
in co. Worcester, 1682. 2728, B. 
: 231. 
Finch (William). Horoscol,e  1651-166. 
1778, f. 12. 
Finch (William), lïscount Maidstone. 
Lettersto---,1670. 40(2, f. 180. 
Letter to Sir T. Browne n. d. 
4066. L 342. 
Fincham (Richard), of Byrom, co. l'ork. 
Autumnal prescriptions for, from Dr. 
Willis, 166. 1378, ff. 348, 349; 1393, 
f. 8. 
Finckley (Nicholas), of co. Bcls. 
Medical prescriptions and receipts, 1632- 
1657. 1080, B. ; 1203. 
Vires proeparatorum chymicorum, 
17th cent. 2033. 

Findlater (Alexander), Apothecary, of 
Epsoen, co. Surr. Letters to Sir H. 
Sloane, 171, 1719. 4075, ff. 136-150 b ; 
4077 f. 102. 

FinW(0ronce). Mathematical operations, 
1675. 2102, ff. 174--241 b. 
Fine Arts. De coloribus,. 13th cent. 
1933, f. 137 b. 
Directions for enamelling and 
graving, 15th cent. 15,4, ff. 35b, 
39 b-41. 
Terres of drawin, painting, etc., 
17th cent. 1950, f. 12. 
v. also Art. 

Finet (Sir John), M,.tster of the Cere- 
monies. Letter to, from G. Cottington 
1628. 3827 f. 124. 
Fingall, or the English Pale in 
Ireland. v. Ireland. 

Fineux (Sir John), Chier Justice of the 
Itïu2's L'ench. Character of, 17th cent. 
1523, f. 27. 
Fingerman (Edward), Soldicr af T«ngier. 
Charges against, for assault, 167, 1672. 
3514, ff. 85, 121. 
Finnis (George). Owned, in 1639, :MS. 
553. 

Finsbury :M:anor, co. Middl. Aceount 
ofthe issuesof, 1506. 2172, ff. 259-262. 
Fioravanti (Leonardo), Count. Collec- 
tanea ex ejus "Thesaurus vitoe humanoe," 
per T. Turquet de Mayerne, 1627. 1991 
ff: 82 b-6 ; 2077, ff: 55-61 b. 
Collectanea ex ejus " Capricci 
Medicinali," per T. Turquet de Mayerne 
1627. 199l, ff. 86-99b; 2077, ff. 62-90. 
Quoedam ex, per J. du Poirier 
17th cent. 3119, ff. 203-214 b. 
Syrups, 16th cent. 62, ff. 24, 25. 
Firebrace ($5-Basil), 1st B:rt. Schedule 
of his medals, 18th cent. 4019, f. 59. 
Fireworks. Receipts for their compo- 
sition, 17th cent. 2818, ff. 102-108. 
Firmianus Symposius (Coelius). 
Versus de fortuna et de livore, 15th cent. 
777, ff. 88, 89. 
Firmicus Maternus (Julius). Judg- 
ments upon nativities according to, 166,ï. 
1734, ff. 268-282 ; 3856, ff. 121 b-128. 
FirInuS (Stephanus), Medicus tegius. 
Letter to, from J. de La Rivière 1596. 
Zat. 2830, f. 18 b. 
First .ruits and Tenths Offices. 
Fees to oflïcers in, temp. Jas. I. 1520 
f. 19. 

Fischer (Johann Bernard), of Biga. 
Letters to J. Petiver, 1700-1710 and 
n.d. 3321, ff. 35, 252; 4064, f. 211; 
4066, ff. 175, 343. 
Letter to Sir H. Sloane, 1710. 
4042 f. 157. 



INI)EX. 

:Fisher (John), Bish ,p o] Rochester. Lire, 
16th ce.rit. Extca«t. 1898, ff. 9-11. 
Lire, 17th cent. Imperf. 1705, 
1t'. 33-94. 
Fisher(John). FormerlyownedMS. 1939. 
:Pisher(Payne), Pot. IIumorousa,l,lress 
fo Lord Clai'endon, [1664]. 3986, f. 1. 
ishr (Thomas), qf Lineoln's 
Journal of his voyage fo Lisbon with 
the I',,rtuguese Anbassa,lor, Don F. 31elle,, 
July-Sel,t. 1661. 505, ff. 2-79. 
• " A short nrr.ttion ,,f the aflhirs 
of Tangier with the I,resent state of 
5I,,rocco m»! Fez," 51ay-July, 1663. 
505, ff. 80-1 I O. 
Fisher (William). The Mirror of Archi- 
tecture, or the gr,,nd rulês of the art 
of buihlin, exactly laid down by V. 
Scamozzi; reviewe0! and enlarged by J. 
ehuym ; translated out of Dutch, 1676. 
911, ff. 65-83 b. 
isher (Wiiliam). Letter [(?) to Sir H. 
Sloane], 1705 4040, f. 65. 
Fisheries. r. Manell (Sir R,,I,ert). 
Fishing. Instructi,ns for fishing, 17th 
cent. 1492, ff: 30-35. 
v. also Angling. 
Fishley (D,-.--), Factor at 
Horoscope, 1654-1689. 1778, f. 18. 
Fiske (N icholas), JL D., of Lawfield 
Covent Garden. Commonl,lace book of 
his practice and a«compts, cb'c. 166L 294. 
:Pitch (C,d. Thomas), ,IL !'. f,»" c,,. 
ness. Autograph signature, ch'c. 165L 

645, f. 46. 
iteh (William). v. Benedictus, de 
'anfcld [William Fitch]. 
:Fitts (B.'rtholomew). Al«hemical re- 
ceipt, 1607-1603. 119", f. 52. 

Fitzgerald, Fumily of. l'e.tigree, 17th 
14_3. f. 9 b. 
cent. o, 
:Fitzgerald (Jfitjor E lwar,i), qf 
Charges against F. Gorman ami L. Fitz- 
Morice, 1670, 1672. 3514, ff: 51, 87. 
:FitzCrerald (Elizabeth), wife of GeraM, 
14th l:'arl of l(ihl tre. Lêtter to Lord 
Falkland, 16.. 3827, 1: 177. 
:FitzGerald (George). l.etter to Dr. 
J. G. Scheuchzer, 172ï. 1968, f. 45. 
Fitzgerald ((:bi. J,,hn), Deputy-Gocernor 
o.f T, angier. lpointlnent, with his in- 
structions, 1662. 1956, IL 4, 94-96. 
Orders for the pay of his regiment, 
1662. 1956, f. 6. 
l.ease of a house in Tangiêr t, 
Lieut. F. Dukes, 1664. 350t, f. 75 b. 

itzgerald (R--). Letter 
Sloane, 168. 4036, f. 24. 

'itzgerald (Richard). 
1676. 3512, f. 250. 

to Sir ll. 

Letter fo J. Luke, 

FitzGerald (Thomas). Letter to Sir ll. 
Sloane, 1736. 4055, f. 32. 
Fitz Harys (Laurence), Eas, ,,, ,,t 
gîer. Ci,arge against Corporal W. l'urdy, 
167ï. 3514, f. 58. 
%'itzherbert, 1,'.,mil,./of. Pedigree, 17ri, 
cent. 1429, t: 9'3. 
:Pitz5ames (Sir John), Chier Justice qf 
the Ki,./'s Be,wh. Character of, 17th 
cent. 1523, t: 3.1. 
• 'itzlorice (Laurence), Scje,,nt, 
T,n:lier. 'harge against, fi,r drutket- 
ness, 1672. 3514, t. 87. 

%'itzRoberts (--- 
.I. l'etiver, 1695. 
:PitzRoy (J ames), 

). Letters t,,. t'ro 
3332, passim. 
Du.kc of 3Ionmo,tth. 

Laml««m ou, 17t} cent. 
:Fitzschkaw 
Sloae, n. d. 
Fitzwalter, 

17th centt. 

Fitzwarine, Family of. 
cent. 1301, f. 219 b. 
FitzWilliam, Family of. 
1655. 14'_'9, f. 106 b. 
FitzWilliam (E,tmund). 
ponderibus et mensuris, 
2527, f. 20, b. 

2717, t'. 109. 
(--). Letter t,)Sir ll. 
4058, f. 33 . 
l"amily of. Not es c,t; I fit h, 
1301» f. 33 b. ; 1429, f. 41. 
.Notes of, 16th 

l'edigree, 

FitzWilliam (William), Ea,'l qf Svuth- 
ampton. Character ot 17th cent. 1523, 
£ 32. 
Flacourt (Étieunc de), Sieur. Histoire 
[e la grande isle Madagascar, avec une 
re]atioa ,le ce qui s'et l,assé és années 
1655, 1656 et 1657, 17th cent. Extr:,ct. 
.10.19, ff. 267-490. 

Flamavilla, Et,,,ily of. 
1429, f. 95. 

l'edigree, 1655. 

:Flamel (Nicholas). Exposition of hier,:- 
glyI,hics l,ainted by, on an arch in . 
innocents, Churchvar, I, |'arts, 17th cent. 
1451, f. 21 ; 3646, ff: 70-75 ; 3764, 
ff. 24-41 b. 
Le Sommaire l'hilosophique, 17th 
cent., bi verse. 3461, fl 110-121 ; 
En!ll. prose. 262 , ff. 2-9 ; 3506, ff. 
t;8-71. 
Treasure of Philosophy, 17th cent. 
3640, ff. 13'.-152. 
Le grand esclaircissement de la 
Pierre Philosophall, 17th cent. 3637, 
f. 69 b. 

$LOAN E INDEX. 0 



1t4 INDEX. 

Flamsteed (Rec. John), Ast,'onomer 
Royal. Account of the Cornet of A.D. 

1680, 17th cent. ]865, f. 101. 
Letter to -----, 1683. 
40_62, f. 213. 

Letters fo Sir H. Sloane, 1694- 
1708. 3323, f. 219 (Copy) ; 4036, ff. 
187, 195 ; 4037, f. "-'34. 

Flamsteed (Margaret), widow qf the 

A stronomer Ioyal. 
Sloane, 1726, 1 
"landers. Travels 
Englishman, 1610. 

Letters to Sir H. 
408, ff. 147, 271. 

through, by an 
682. 

Discourso sobre los estados de 
Flandes l,or A. Hoff, nan ,le Alvara,lo 
Bracam«mte, 1670. Signed. 3618. 
Catalogo «lel Commissariato ,le 
Flandes, que se hallo en capitulo, 1633. 
1572, f. 75 b. 
Metl'i,_.al «lescription of the charac- 
ter of the nativ(.s, 17th cent. Flemish. 
2764, f. 117. 

Flatman (Thomas), Poet and Miniature- 
Po5tcr. Lines on Lord Rochester's 
deathbed, 160. 1009, f. 386. 
Verses o W. Faithorue's " Art of 
graving and etching," 17th cent. 2285, 
f. 147 b. 

:Flavard (--), u(fe of M. Fi«r«rd, 
Ministre, or 31a,jdcbour!h uad d,»ghter 
of 3L Dur,nd of Lasalle in Cerennes. 
Medical case, lgth cent. 4078, f. 96. 

:Fleete (Fl'ancis), Parish Clcrk of St. 
Botolph's uithout Aldg«te, London. At- 
testation to the marriage certificate of 
Dr. N. G_,'ew and M. Hewetson, 1678. 
1941, f. 17. 
Fleetwood (Edward). Letters to----- 
from Fadua and Venic?, 1648. 3299, 
ff. 174, 176. 
:Fleetwood (Col. Ge(«'ge), Regicid«. Auto- 
graph signature, ci,c. 1654. 645, f. 46. 
• 'leetwood (Sir Wiiliam), Aïng's C,,p- 
bearer. Medical prescription for, by Dr. 
J. Metford, 1655. Lat. 2812, f. 77. 

:Fleetwood (Col. William), son of the 
Aïng's Cul-,be«rer. Censure of the ill- 
behaviour of the Duke of Buckingham 
at Rhé, 1627. 363, ff. 55-71. 

lleischius (Schurtz). Judicia et anim- 
adversiones de variis auctoribus, 17th 
cent. 1365, ff. 1-27 b, 33-36 b. 

:Fleming (Hon. Charles), 6th son of John, 
3rd Earl of Wigtown. Letters to Lord 
Carlisle, 1682. 2723, ff: 111, 112. 

E'leming (5'ir Daniel), .]f.P..for Ccl.'cr- 
mouth. Appointment of, as De|,uty 
Lieutenant of Cumberland [1663-1681]. 
2723, fi 17. 

leming (George), JLD. Letter to Sir 
Il. Sloane, [1693]. 4026, f. 430. 

:Fleming (John), 5th Baron Flemba,j. 
Instructions ri'oto Mary, Qu. of Scots, 
for his proposed mis.ion to the Cardinal 
of Lorraine, 156s. Copy. 3199, f. 340. 

'leming (La, t:/ Lillias), 2nd d,«u,jhte," of 
John, 3,'d Eurl of" Wigtou'n, tnd wife 
of R. Story. Letter to Lord Carlisle, 
1682. 2723, f. 109. 

leming (Richard), Bishop of Lincoln. 
Al,propration o[ Giatton ('hurch fo 
Missenden abbey, 14ï o" Let. 747, 
f. 44 b. 

:Fleming (Thomas), (?) Solicitor-General. 
Dedication to, of T. Clinall's translation 
of C. Hollibandê's treatise on Danciug, 
159.q. 904, f. 136. 
lemming (----), Adjurant. Letter of 
recommendation tbr, from [). Cromwell, 
1646. 1519, t: 144. 
Flemyng. v. F|emiug. 
:Flesher (.lames). Formerly owned MS. 
267. 

leteher (----). Experiments at Chel- 
sea in the art of dyeing, 1639-1650. 
Fr. 3423, passim. 

letcher (R«v. Francis). Narrative, as 
eyewitness, of the first part of :Sir F. 
Drake's second voyage in 1577 round 
the world. Colded, 1677. 61. 

:Fletcher (Sir Geo,'ge), 2nd Bart. of 
Hutton. Commission as Colonel of the 

Militia, 1678. Col;y. 
Restoration of, 
Lieutenautcy, 1681. 

2724, f. 183. 
to his Deputy 
2724, f. 111. 

-- Letter to Lord Carlisle, 1683. 
2724, f. 181. 
letcher (Henry), Engraver. Letter to 
Sir H. Sloane, 1729. 4050, f. 156. 

:Fletcher (J--), M.D , of Cambridge. Of 
the judgments of urines, 159& 2563, 
ff. 71-92. 

Fletcher (John), Postmaster of Coventry. 
Petition to the King, 17th cent. 3205, 
f. 95. 

letcher (Phineas), Poet ; of King's Col- 
lege, Cambridge. Pietas Jesuitica, poema, 
161. Signed. 444. 
letcher (W--). Letter to Sir H. 
Sloane, 1714. 4044, f. 3. 



INDEX. 195 

ïFleteher .(Wil|iam). Chancery suit of 
him and Martha Deives, his wife, touching 
the Woolsa,.k In,, in St. Set, ulclare's , 
l.,,ndon, 1696. 2717, ff: 34-36 b. 
llorence, City of. Description of tl,e 
l,|ague at, in 1348, by Boccaccio, 17th 
cent. .Tra,,sl. 791, f. 14. 
------- lleturns of persons who died of the 
Black ,leath at, in the years 1671-1678 
by A. Veizelli, 1678. lt«l. 3329, f. 53. 
CellStlS of the populati,,n from 
1670 to 1678. ltal. 3329, f. 55. 
Ctalogus Bibliothecoe Medicex 
al,ud , a W. Langio, 1652. 3013. 
List of famous MSS. in the Medi- 
cean |ibrary, 17th cent. Lat. 

.--. De magica 
Benedicti l,rope, 
144 b, 145. 
, I_)ue of. 

836, f. 1,'3. 
imagine in cenobio S. 
17th cent. 1255, il'. 

Alessan,lro de' Me,lici. 

Morte di, 17th cent. 1930, ff. 41-52. 
v. also Tuscany, Grand Dal,'es of. 
Florentia (Mag. Nicolaus de), Alchemi.,ta 
Popce. Opus a|chemicum, 15th cent. 
3457, £ 172 b. 
:Flores (Bartol«,meo ,le), a Christi, m 
captive in Af "ll«. Letter to, from CI. 
Norwood, 1667. Sl)an. 1955, £ 104. 
:Florida. Voyage ff'oto tlavre de Grace 
to by Capt. J. Ribault» 1562. 3644. 
ff: 111-121 b. 
Accounl of, 18th cent. 2902, f. Il)6. 
:Florio (Michelagn(,lo). Regole et in- 
stitutionî della lir.gua Thoscana ; dedi- 
cated to Lady J. Grey, 16th cent. 
Autogr. 3011. 
:Florus (Lucius Ànnœeus). Annotationes 
in ejus Histo,-iam Romanam a J. lIaio, 
1613. 3371, ff. 1-19. 
Abrége de |'Histoire Romaine 
par G. Bonnivert, 1674. [mlm']: 1031, 
L61. 

lower (John). Letter to Sir H. Slo;me, 
n.d. 4058, f. 335. 
:Flowerdew (Ralpt0, of tletherset, co. 
Xorf. Marriage settlement by, on 
Chvistopher, his son, 1642. 2723, £ 12. 
:Floyer (8i,. John), M.D. Letter to S. 
Smith, 1702. 4038, £ 355. 
:Fludd (Robert), M.D., of London. De 
instrumentis mobilibus oblongis et de 

variarum machiuarum descriptione, 
earumque motus ratione, 17th cent. bT0. 
Mosaical Philosophy, 17th cent. 
Extract. oo. f. 28. 
Use of the weapon-salve, 17th cent. 
3645, f. 169. 

Fludd (R,bert), 3LD., of London (con- 
tia«ed). Letter to Sir W. Paddy in praise 
ofTheosophy, 17th cent. o-. 

ogeliua (Martinus), P,'ofessor llam- 
bu,'yensis. Programma in ejus funere a 
M. Kir»tenio, 1675. 2888, ff. 23-28. 

:Fokes (M--), of Li,tcoht. Letter to Sir 
tI. Sloaue, n.d. 4058, £ 337. 

olengo('Fheol,hilo ) al. Merlinus Cocaius, 
of Mantw.t. Versus ,le lapide phi|o- 
sophico, 17th cent. 319, f. 3. 

:Folieto (H,,go de), Cardinal P,'ior of 
Corbe.q. Moralitas Scril)tUrœe de avibus 
et bestiis, 14th cent• 278. 

olkes (Martin), President of the Rob'al 
Society. i.etters to Sir tt. Sloaue, 1726- 
174, and n. d. 4048, : 223 ; 4051, f. 
209; 4052, £ 342; 4053, ff. 60, 151, 
268 ; 4057, IL 38, 95, 230 ; 4058, ff. 
338-344. 

lolliott (Gilbert). Drawing of his seal, 
lsth cent. 3424, f. 11. 

:Foneeea (Antonius a), ,9)ci«tatis Jcs,,s. 
l'ompendium ejus a,l Aristotelis Logicam, 
1661-1662. 2988. 

Fonseca (Nicolaus), Fr, ttcr. l.etter to, 
•  I . " 
from M (orre;,, 1601. Lat. 90., t. 67 b. 

Fontaine (Nicolas). De,lication, under 
the naine of Le Sieur ,le Royaumont, of 
his history of the Bible to the Daul,hin , 
1677. /.. 1365, f. 30. 

Fontaney (.la,, «le). Jesuit. Letters to 
Sir H. S_'loane, 1704-170 «, an,l n. d. 
Ff. 4039, ff. 277: 334; 4040, ff. 39, 55, 
1, 9t; 4041, ff: 50, 232 ; 4058, f. 345. 
Letter fo l'ère l'orquet, 1708. l"t. 
4064, £ 181. 
-- Lettcr lo, from ir H. 51ane c5"c. 
1705. 4069» £ 255. 

:Fontœenon (Denis). Diseases 
womb, 17th cent. 1671 tL 6, 7. 

of the 

:Fontanonus (Franciscus), Medicus J[on- 
speli«nsis, lnterpretationes ejus in Me- 
sucre, Ga]enum et F«,ntanum, patrem 
suum, 1555. 3044, ff. 26-32 b, 56-61 b, 
167-171 b. 

Di,,rismi 
ff. 29-33 b. 

febrium, 1556. 3045, 

lontanus (. ). laterpretatit, nes in 
ejus febrium urationem a Fontanono, 
filio suo, 1555. 3044, fL 167-17l b. 

Fontanus (Jac(,bu»), M.D., of A«lgnon. 
Consultandi methodus, 17th cent 150, 
204=236 b. 

O O 



196 INDEX. 

Fontanus (Johannes), of l'«lenci«nnes, în 
ll, dn«ult. Fons scientioe [Alchemicoe] 
cupidorum, 1590. Engl. 3637, ff. 94- 
118. 

Fontayne (Thomas). 

Wrote, in 146'.)) 

Fonte (l.ionardo della). Cal, it,,li a. di 
A. F. Grazzini, 17th cent. 1880, ff. 
115 b-117. 

Fontenelle (Bernard le Bovier ,le), 
,qecr(tire (le l'A,'aldmie i.o!,d «les 
Se;entes. Certificate of the favourable 
report of lqM. Cassini ami I)e l.a I[ire 
on a work of Signor S. Aiherghetti, 1700. 
Fr. 4038) f. 27. 

Letters to Sir tl. S|oane, 1731- 
173. F,'. 4051, £ 307 ; 4052) £ 276 ; 
4053) £ 144. 
Letter fo, ri'oto Sir }I. Sloane, 
1733. 1.;'. 4068) f. 213. 
Fontes (Franciscus). l.ettcrs to, 
M. Correa) 1G00, 1G01. Let. 902) 
ff. 29, 30 b. 
Foorthe (Robert), of Iort oyal. L:t- 
ter fo L rd Carlisle, 1680. 27_'4, 
t: 249. 

Foot (Robert). 
mending him 
Devizes, 1660. 

Royal letter re(',,m- 
o be Town-Clek of 

856, £ 3 b. 

Foote (Daiel), M.D., qf 
A«|versaria, 17th cent. 586. 

Camb,'hlgc. 

Loti communes misce||anei, 17th 
cent. ]Çnl.) Lat. and Gr. 595; 599. 
Loti communes theologici, 17th 
cent. /:ngl. and Lat. 594. 
Loci communes de arte logica, 
" '- ff: 64-67. 
]are 17th cent. 597 ; o991, 
Loci communes medicinales, 17th 
cent. 588 ; 589 ; 602. 
Loci communes materiœe m_-dicœe, 
17th cent. Eng/. and L,,t. 592. 
Loci communes de re anatomica, 
17th cent. 593. 
Loci communes de re chymica, 
17th cent. 59(;. 
Morborum curationes e medi- 
corun operibus exccrptoe, 17th cent. 
81; 590. 
A phorismi physici ac medici, cum 
appendice de febribus earumquc remediis 
in genere, [1691-1699]. 618, ff. 53- 
78 b ; 4018, A. ff. 1-30. 
Theses (le febrbus, late 17th cent. 
631 ff: 156, 161. 
Dissertatio de chy|i itinere per 
venas ]acteas, late 17th cent. 630, 
ff. 78-97 b. 

Foote (I)aniel), M.D., of C«,nb,'idqe (con- 
tinucd). De medicinarum simplicium 
viribus, 17th cent. 5,5. 
Medicalneutorum omnium tare 
simpli,'ium quam ,.o,,,l,ositorum l,har,.a- 
col):îoe Londinensis vit'es) usus, et al)pro- 
priatio, 17th cent. 633, ff. 49-s4 
-- Additions to Dr. J. Pratt's 
logue of the l»lants of Egland, 17th 
cent. 5[l. 
A treatise of" Virgin Erth, late 
17h cent. 631, ff. 180-183. 
Letter ort the loss of the virtues t,t" 
medicinal wat,.rs, when carrie«! away 
f»oln their springs, 17th cent.. 530, f. 3. 
A chronological conjecture of the 
age of the worid an,i the consummation 
thereof, late 17th cent. 617, ft: 86, 13.5- 
140 b. 
Several l)a[,ers «,f ,luakers and 
maden gatherc,l by, 17th cent.. 631, 
ff. 119-133 b. 
Divers pieces couc. the I,t, litie 
maxins of Louis XIV., to make himseif 
absolute lnonarch of ;111 Christenlo,n» 
]ate 17th cent .... ) ff. 180-197. 
Three trac)s inti(led, I. The 
dagation of knowledge, 2. Logic is 
less, 3. The image or likeness of, fer- 
ment stam|,t u|)«,n a c(,r},oreai mass 
impregntes it with a seei late 17th 
cent. 629, ff. 198-217 b. 
An apologie fr physicians 
their l,ractise against ail false pretenders 
especially the l'semlo-chymists, 17th 
cent. 633, tt. 16-48 b. 
Theses duoe medict. 17th cent. 
IIologr. 657. 
Three serm,,ns on Matth. 
iate 17th cent. 629) tl ,).o o», 
Translations of some of J. ]3. van 
Helmont's works, ]ate 17th cent. 617, 
l:e 142-216; 630, ff. 32-76. 
An index t o the medical works of 
J. B. van tIelm«,nt, 17th cent. 633, 
1t'. 234- 274 b. 
The lire of lgnatius Loyo|a, trans- 
lated by, late 1;th ceni. 629 ff. 21 
221 b. 
13. G. Penot's |,reface to his trea- 
fise on the l)reparation and use of 
chvmical medicaments translated 
17h cent. 632, ff. 3 b-5 b. 
G. Dorn's exclamation fo God 
translated by 17th cent. 632, f. 2. 
« A treatise of J. Tritheme conc. 
the spagiricke artifice exposed and inter- 
preted by G. Dorney," translated by, 
17th cent. 632, ff: 6-25 b. 



INDEX. 

19"/ 

Foote (Daniel), M.D., of Camb,'idge (con- 
tinued). L. de Comitibus "Ciara discep- 
tatio de liqtwre Aikhaest," translated by, 
1664. 618, ff: 1-52 b. 
, " Hyl,othe.,is juniorum de genera- 
tione calculi est ,,,echanice explicabilior 
al,tiqu;,," al,parently disl, ute,l at Cna- 
bridge, 165. Zat. e31, ff. 41-54b. 
- The sayings of M. Weyer in three 
bookes reduced into order by J. Spee, 
with t],e l,ractical el,istles of the saine, 
tanslated by, 1677. 631, ff'. 55-112b. 
l'aper written by the late Duchess 
«,f York, 160, and two papers by 
Charles 11. relative to the Protestant 
sci,aration from the Church of Rome, 
tra,,scribed by, 168. 629, ff'. 353-355. 
The inwar,l Christian, in 15 }»oks, 
trauslated by, 1656. 629, ff: 8-179 b. 
. Militia, old and new 16J.2; tran- 
scribe,! by, 16'31. 629, ff. 26'3-272. 
N. de ' ' - 
(_,usa s tract conc. the Son 
.,hip of God, translated by, 1696. 629, 
ff. ,,oo Oql b. 
- Catal,,ge of ;be library of Tri»it)- 
College, Cambrilge, 17th cent. 7, 
1t. 
.,3-149. 
Diarium otiosum uuiversale, in- 
ceptum 1 3ul. 1673. lmpef. 631, 
f. 345. 
- ExemI, iar diplomatis Academioe 
Cantabrigiensis pro ejus g,'adu Doctor- 
atus/le,licina., 1665. Copy, 1675. 625, 
f. 55. 
Letter to O. Tacheniu% 1670. 
L,t. 529, f. 2'2. 
- Letter to Sir Il,. Rich, [1691- 
169:]. Lat. 4018, A. L 2. 
Wrote MSS. 530; 600; 601; 
603 ; 613 ; 615 ; 617 ; 618 ; 623 ; 625 ; 
627 ; 659. 
Formerly owned MSS. 529; 530; 
600; 601; 603; 612; 613; 615; 617; 
t;18 ; 623 ; 625 ; 627 ; 65 ; 4018, A. 
Foote (l:ol,ert), M¢rchant, of London. 
l.etter to, from his cousin, Dt'. D. Foote, 
17th cent. 633,  17. 
Foote (Samuel), Mercha, t, of Lon:lon. 
Letter to from his cousin, Dr. D. Foote 
17th cent. 633, f. 17. 
Foote (Thomas), Soldi«r af T«ngh'r. 
Charge against for thelt, and sentence 
of death, 16:3. 3514 ff. 151, 163. 
Foquett (John), of Fort St. George, 
M«dras Preddcncy, E. lnd£«. Letter to 
J. Petiver, l ï. 4063, f. 7. 
Forbenj (Johanna Sophie). Letter to 
Sir H. 81oane 1734. 4053, f. 291. 

Forberg t,-,eo). Paracelsi ,le Natura 
rerum libri e Germanica li,gua in 
Latinam translati l,er, [1573]. '.'190. 

Forbes(,qir Arthur), 1st Bart. Auto- 
graph in album, 1611. 3415, f. 32. 

Forbes (.çi," Arthur), 2n,/ Bart., a.fte,'w. 
1st A'arl of G,'an,t,d. Warrant granting 
to, the gutrdianshi i, of his stepson, 
W. Stewart, temp. Chas. II. 856, f.  b. 
Forbes (.loi,n), ,,f Co,'se, l'rofessor of 
Divinity a,d E«c&sst&«l History at 
Ab«rd«en. Autograph in album, 1610. 
3415 f. 49. 
Forcer (Francis), Jun. Letters to, from 
T. Hyde, 1699, and n.d. 4062, f. 310 ; 
4066, . 78. 
Ford (James). Lelter to Sir Il. Sloane, 
1710. 404, f. 169. 
Ford (Randolph), "Alinister of Marybone, 
2[bldlesex." Letter to Sir ll. Sloane 
178. 05, «... 
Forestius (Adrianus filius Johannis). 
Carmen in çjus obitum a D. [[einsi% 
17th cent. 2764 f. 155. 

Forests. On the 
England, 17th cent. 
Forestus (Petrus). 

iaw of Forests in 
751. 
C,,llectio lnedica- 

mentorum ex, 17th cent. 1418; 1419. 
Observati,,nes chirurgicoe, 17th cent. 
Excerpts. 739, ff: 4-9 b. 
Extract conc. the P]ague from his 
" Observationes Medicw»" 17th cent. 
Transl. 79 l, : 15 b. 
Observationes ex, de febribus, 17th 
cent. 3792, f. 20. 
Forman (D,-. Simon), Astrolqqicd l'hy. 
sician ,tt Zambcth. Astrologicai schemes, 
accounts of magical rings, etc., 1598. 
3822 ff. " 
o-O'. 
Astrological treatment of disêases, 
16th-17th centt. 99. 

Translation 
"Clavis Majoris 
3,oo ff: 103-114. 

by, of Artefius' 
Sapientioe," 1609. 

Grounds of l,hysic and chirurgery, 
17th cent. 2550. 
Of the rule of the planets over the 
neta]s, 17th cent. 1744, ff. 128 b-- 
130b. 

Formosa, lsle of. 
tion of, 17th cent. 
23o. 

lli..tory and descrip. 
l"t. 1019, ff. 223 b-- 

Fornerius (Georgius). 
conatus epitome, 1640. 
Foro OEulii (Mundinus 
diuu.«, de Foro Julii. 

Hydrographi,- 
980. 

de). v. Mun 



198 INDEX. 

Forrest (George), of Antig,a. 
to 3. Petiver 170ï. 4063, f. 65. 

Letter 

• 'orrester (A|exander). Letter to Sir 
H. Sloane, 1 729. 4050, f. 251. 

:Forster (Henry), o.f Stongarth']c. Let- 
ter to Lord Car|isle or Lord MOrl)etb  
1682. 2723, f. 127. 

:Forster (? Richard), M./)., ]'resident of 
the l?oy«l College of l'hysici«ns. Anno- 
tations on J. Eschvndon's " De stellarum 
c«njun¢tionibtts,"" 17th cent. Ihlogr. 
1713, ff. 1-9. 

Fort S. George, h M«d,.,s. Account 
of fssils buud near, lth cent. 3329 
f. 148. 

:Fortr 
fi, r a 

(Nicolas), of Antwerl,. Thesis 
medical degree at Leyden, 1589. 
64 ff. 131 b-133 b. 

:Fortescue (Sir Fait],ful). Lcttêr to Sir 
W. Windsre, 162. 3827, £ 122. 
:Fortescue (S)" John , ('hancellor of tl, e 
]z'xcheq,er and L, rd Tre, t.surer. War- 
rants anti letters rel. to the Cutom- 
bouse waiters, 1595-1599. Coph's. 17, 
ff. 14--16. 
Speech at the Council on the 
failure of Lord Essex' expediti,n into 
Ireland, 1599. 3828, ff. 51 b-56 b. 

orth (John), M.D., of Cambridye. De 
morbis et formulis remediorun l,l'ol,riis 
1610, 11517. 1691. 

:Forth (Si," llobert). Letter to Lord 
Falkland,  
--,a" 3827, f. 155. 

:Fortification. 

Treatises of fortifica- 
tions, 17th cent. L'm./l. 911, ff: 4- 
88 b ; 2448, ff. 19-38. Ff. lmpe,f. 
'-'54 ff. 59-78; I.iaL and /?wjL 3909. 
Elements of mathematics and geo- 
metry introductory to, 17h cent. Ff. 
2293. 
- De arte fortificatori., 17th cent. 
Germ. 4021, ff. 1-53 b. 
Extracts relatiug to the l,ractise 
"'' ff: 29-43. 
ot; 17th cent. o,_-ol, 
" th'actiee regul." in the art of 
fortification, wth diagrams, 1;th eent. 
L,_t. and Germ. (;51, ff. 144-150 b. 
v. Bo,mive,'t (Gedeon). 

:Fortune-telling. Rules for judging of 
future fortune by casts of dice. 15th 
cent. Engl. verse. 513, f. 98 b. 

:Forward (Joane), wife qf John Forward. 
of Mcerc, co. ll'ilts. Order relating to 
by the constables of Neere Hundred, 
1604. 1709, f. 285 b. 

Foster (,%- John), Warden of the Midd/e 
Marches. Minute of his letter to Secre- 
tary Walsingham, 1582. q199 f. 295 b. 

Foster (Leveriche), bSMer-Clerk to the 
Mercers" ('ompan,/, I, otMon, lnventory 
of nuniments of the Company of Mer- 
chants Adventurers, 154.. 2103, ri. 2-5. 

Foster (.qamuel), Gresham t),'ofcssor of 
Mstroewmy. Letter to ----, n. d. L,,po']'. 
652, f. 191 b. 

Fothringhame (B---), 17ce,-P,'esM«at of 
the L'ot,,nic, d S,,«iety at Dundce. Lettcr 
to J. Petiver, 1709. 4064, f. 197. 

Foucault (Nicolaus Josephus), Com,'s 
(bnsistori,_«nu.'. Formerly possessed MSS. 
2408 ; 2409 ; 2936 ; 3095 ; 3102 ; 3103 ; 
3107 ; 4016. 
:Fouchy. ». Grandjean de Fouchy. 

oucquet (Jean François), Jes,,it M;ssio- 
ar!/ to Chht««. Letters to J. Petiver, 1699, 
1700. ].'r. 3321, f. 25; 4062 f. 319. 

Fol.de, Aldcrmcm. v. Fowkes (J,hu). 

:Fouler (W--). Formerly owned 3IS. 61.t. 

:Foulis (Si," David), 1st Bart. 
from Sir F. Bacon, 1603. 3078, 
32 b, 36. 
Foulkes (Robert), 
I:uthi,t. Ltter to 
3_oo L 100. 

I.elters to, 
ff. 

of Li,,, bedr, 
J. Petiver, 1717. 

Fountaine (Sir Andrew), IVu,-d«n of tl, e 
Jlht. Lctters to Sir H. Sloane, 170- 
1719, and n. d. 4039, L 238; 4043, 
f. 14; 458 ff. 346 347. 

Fournirai (Mai, tre Richard de), Chat,- 
cellor of t],e Church of Amiens. La 
Mddecine de, par A. de Siena, 13th 
cent. 2435, ff. 1-76 b ; 3525, ff. 3-5 
24-81 ;14th cent. Imperf. 206 ; 2956; 
1492. 3152, ff. 1-68 b ;--15th cent. 
Lnper.t: 2401, ff: 6-8 b. 
:Fowey, co. Cor, w. Survey of the har- 
bour, 1698. 3233, f. 35 b. 
Fowke (John), Alde%an, afterw. (1653) 
Zord Mayor of .Lon, lon. Medical l»re- 
sculptions fr, ti-vm Dr. Wright, 1649- 
1656. 1833, £ 119. 
Fowkes (Johannes), tllow of )lagd«len 
College, Uxford. Epitome theatri mundi, 
[1607-1610]. 3085. 
. Notes of his intervievs, wheu com- 
missione, l to treat with Gen. Monck 
160. IIologr. 970, ff. 31 33. 
Fowler (John). Begging-letter to Sir 
H. Sloane in verse 18th cent. 3516 
£18. 



INDEX. 199 

Fowlis (Henry), Cap'«in. Journal of his 
voyage to the E. Indies and back, 1703- 
1705. 3674. 

Fox (Edward), Bishop of IIe,'eford. Epi- 
taph on Qu. Jane 8eymour, late 17th 
Lat. 102, f. 30 b. 
Character of, 17th 

cnt. 

cent. 1523, 

Fox (lion. Ed war,l), Governor of the Lee- 
ward lsles. Proclamation to the land- 
owners in the lsles, 1700. 2902, f. 107. 

Fox (ltenry), Soldier at Tangier. Charge 
against, for desertion, 167. 3514, f. 60. 

Fox (Si; Stel,hen), Chief Clerk of the 
L'oard of Green Cloth. Warrant dis- 
charging him ri'oto the payment of for- 
feited moneys arisiug ri'oto lands of tle 
See of Winchetel', 1660. 856, f. 38. 

Foxe (John), M«rty,'ol,,gist. Lettel's, 
1555-1558, extracted ri'oto his Book of 
Martyrs, by N WalIington, 1650. 9-» 
ff. 7--22 b. 

Foxe «/. Oxstyne (John). Moneys 
distributed at his funeral, debts and 
inventory of his goods, 1596. 2177,£ 20. 

Foxe (Simeon), 3LD., P,'esident of the 
Cblle!le of Physicians. Covenant with 
Dr. T. Goulston's widow, for the founda- 
tion of the Goulston Lectureship, 1635. 
3914, f. 11.'. 

Foy (Thomas), 3LD., of Carm,rthen. 
Letter to Sir H. Sloane, 172. 4075, 
f. 152b. 

Foy Vaillant (Jean), French Xumls- 
mati.t. Extracts and translations ri-oto 
his uumismaticaI vorks, 1692, 1698. 
L:«t. 130, ff. 18-27 b. 
Extract from, on coins of Roman 
families, 18th cent. 3407, ff. 116-152. 
Le,ters 1o G. Schroedter, 1703- 
1705. Ff. 278, ff. 34-39 b, 40 b. 
Letters to, from G. Schroedter, 
[1703-1705.]. Ff. 2878 ff. 40-44 b. 

Fraiser (Sir Alexan,ler), M.D.. Physici, m 
to Charles II. Prescriptions, receipts 
aud medical observations, n.d. 206 A I3. 
, • 

Certificate in favour of Dr. J. 
Downes, n. tL Signed. 3299, f. 56. 
Frambesarius (Nieolaus Abraham). v. 
La Framboisière. 

Framlingham, co. Serf. Pavment fo 
the town by Pêmbroke Hall, Ca'mbridge, 
17th cent. _59., ff. 11 b-13. 

Les Grans Chroni- 
ques de, de l'Abbaye de S. Denis, ch'c. 
1400. 2433. A-C. 
Quoedam de rebus gestis Francorum, 
(.D. 640-1273 e Martino l'olono aliisque 
excerpta, 15th ce,t. 289, ff'. 100 b-108 b. 
Chronicles of the tIist,,ry f, from 
1353 fo 1454, 15th cent. F,'. 960, ff. 
69-75 b. 
Genealogical table of the lçings 
ri-oto Louis IX. to Charles VI., 15th cent. 
Ff. 960, t. 76. 
Origin of the wars bet ween Englan,l 
and, 15th cent. F,'. 960, ff. 76 b-78 b. 
Etracts from publie records etc., 
relative to early ai,l. and subsidies, 16th 
cent. 2103, ff. 144-154 passim. 
Verses on the dukedoms and 
co_unties, 16th cent. L, tt. 2869, f. 50 b. 
Les archévë,tues , évëques, contés 
et duchés de, 16th cent. 2869, ff. 55-63. 
Forms of receiving ambassa,lors 
at court, 17th cent. Ff. Imper]'. 2144, 
ff'. 230-235 b. 
" Ordre suiuy es procedeurs crimi- 
nel%" 17th cent. 769, ff. 262-267. 
Discourse touching, by Sir F. 
Bacon, 17th cent. 775, p«ssim. 
Observations on the state of, by 
Sir T. Orerbury, temp. Hen. IV. 2143. 
Diary of, 1600 - 1638 
ff. 1-11. 
Remarques sur, ptr J. Gabel'ot, 
161. 769, ff. 1-252 b. 
Historical and statistical account 
of, il]ustrated with maps, temp. Hen. IV. 
557. 
Papers relatin fo trade in, 165}, 
1674» 1698. o,no... IL 158-161 b. 
On the manufacture of oli'e oil, 
dried fruits and silk, in, 171h cent. 
3366. 
Treatise on the mint ami exchange, 
1506-1519. F». 89, ff. 220-290 b. 
' Les diflgrences pour connaittre 
en quelles villes et citéz les monnoyes ,te 
France sont faites," 1542. 2655, t 163. 
Ou the coinage, 16th cent. 
tic 3-48. 
• Notes of jouraeys throuh, by a 
French l,hysici:m, 1577-1578. F». 3127, 
passim. 
Tour through, 1626. 1442. 
- Diary of a journey through, 1 
Span. 1572, ff: 1-75, p tssim. 
Journal t,f travels in, by J. de 
1649, 1654. Ff. 1731, 

France, HlsroY OF. 

Cardonnel, 
passim. 



200 INDEX. 

France, Hsror,,- or (cont;nued)..lournal 
of travels through, 1655. .,-_,"-°"., l,,«ssbn" 
.Iournal of travels hrough, by F. 
MOl'tort., 1658. 2142, fl 2-86, passim. 
31emoran,la of tour in by L. Ridley, 
1679. Lat., )'. an,l En/. 150. 
Observations on a tour through, by 
1. Sharp, 1700-1702. -.---, oo lmssim" 
Charts of the coast 17th cent. 
1428 ff. 1-70, passim. 
Account sent to Sir tI. Sloane of 
the birth of two French childrcn joiued 
togetlwr, ,. d. 4034, L 69. 
Classed - catalogue ,,f a French 
library 17th cent. Le/. 637, ff. 1- 
259 b. 
Catalogue of books, chiefly French, 
17th cent. 637, E 260-270. 
l'lassed-cata]ogue of s««ne library 
in France, 17th cent. 660, ff. 3_-o7. 
Catalogue of a Freuch library, 17th 
O O 
cent. 660 fl 19.-.13 b. 
Index of famous 318S. in some 
libraries of 17th cenl. L,ct. 836, fl 
32, 33, 35. 
Cal al,,gus ] ibl'Ol'H I11 Olll ili I1111 in 
Gallia ab 1707 a,l 1710 inl,ressm.um. 
lsth cent. 2887, fl: 11-24 b. 
 LITERATURE OF. French grammar, 
I,v .I. Bellot, with English translation, 
1566. Ff. and Enyl. 3316. 
Freneh-Turkish an,1 French-(;er- 
man l,hrases and wcabulary, 17th cent. 
2924 ff. 453. 
 Vocabulary in Fl'encl and Englsh. 
lth cent. 3585, ff. 2-8. 
- , KXGSOV. TII[ERR1" L Epistola 
ad, a Comite Anthimo de observatione 
cii,orum, [511-534]. Col,ff, 16th cent. 
3107. 
PHILII'PE LE BEL. Reeeptes 
,les omgnelnenz et expiremenz ensoigniez 
au Roy, 1 4th cent. Imperf. 3126, ff. ç- 
24b. 
LOUIS .L La ehartre aux Nm'- 
mans 1314. 2423 fl 27-32 b. 
CHARLES 1 Ordinanees for 
ui,pres»ing disorders on the seas, 1373. 
oo. ff. 1-10. 
ç ItARLE8 VL Alelemieal vision, 
17th cent. 2567, flç 17-22. 
CI[ARLE8 17L Forms of ad- 
,iresses of state letters used l,y, 16th cent. 
2869 ff. 671 b. 
. LOU[8 XL Sonnet par Colleter 
ur l'a,lditin a l'histoire de, 17th cent. 
895, f 44. 
CIIARZE8 l'III. Epitalhium in 
templo S. Dionysii, 1498. 2764, £ 12 b. 

France, KIS«;s OF (contin,,ed). I 0 UIS" 
XH. Letter to, fl'otn James V., itt favour 
of t le Eal'l of Arran, n.d. Lat. Copy. 
3199, f. 249. 
FlgANCIS L Abstracts from ' l.es 
é, licts et ordonnanees et reglements des 
Iloys François I. j.«lu'a Louis XIV. 
l'al,pol't,z par Nel'On," lth cent. 234, A. 
Truce I,etween France and 
the Netherlands, 1525. Ff. 2103, ff. 
55-58. 
Re|ation ¢,f his campaign 
in ltaly ,.v F. de los t'obos, 17tl cent. 
Alliance ith Rome, 1525. Zat. 
Col,y. 210.'I, £ 207. 
Treaty with Charles V., 
1526. Fr. COl'!l, 17,29. 2103, ff: 80-101. 
Vita, a G. P,,stellt,, 16th 
cent. 1413 or 
-.J59, ff. o., ,'- 
MS. 2419 i.,elonged, in 
1516, fo his mother, Louise de Saroye, 
when llegont. 
HE.\R )" IL Itoroscope, late 17th 
cent. Ff. 1009, f. 95 b. 
B,,u,I with the Goveruor 
or' cotland for llis succession to the 
Scottish throne, 1549. C,,p. 3199, 
-- Let ter to. ri-oto the diet of 
Augstmrg, 1555. Ff. 2103, f. 180. 
Letter fo, from M. Nos- 
tradamus, 155s. .-,8_1, ff. 198-204 b. 
Talc on t he subject of Iris 
Mistress, Diane ,le P«,itiers, and O. 
Farnese, 1677. 1009, ff. 223-236 b. 
Scheme of nativity of Qu. 
Catharine de' Medici, 1575. 1707, 
f. 10 b. 
- Letter to her. ri'oto Qu. 
Elizabeth, 1584. Ff. ('opv. 2442, f. 64b. 
CHARLES l)i: Letters to the 
Queen/qother from the Scottish Couneil, 
1566, 156.. Fr. Copies. 199, ff. 131, 
147-149. 
- Letter from the Queen 
Motiver to the Archbishop of Glasgo, 
1567. Fr. Copg. 3199, f. 169. 
- Answer to the French 
Amhassadors, by Qu. Elizabeth and her 
Council, 1571. Lat. 1710, f. 116. 
Cædis per Gallias in Re- 
fi-,nnatoe Religionis cultores patratoe 
brevissima et verissima narratio, 1572. 
L,t. and Engl. 709. 
The Palsgrave's answer fo 
tlw French Ambassador on St. Bartholo- 
mew's massacle, [1572]. Ctq»y. 2177, 
f. 15. 



INDEX. 201 

:France, Kisos OF. CIL4 RLES IX. 
(coa!'nue,t). leasons fiw his aiding the 
(ueen of Scots, ci,'c. 1572. Copy. 31, 
ff: 12-14. 
. Letter ri'oto Isabel, his 
wi,low, to Qu. Elizabeth, 1577. 
3299, f. 5o. 
HENR " /IL H,ros.,-,l% late 
17th cent. 1009, f. 92 b. 
Re]atione di Francia di G. 
Miehieli, ten W. I[enri III. 126, ff. 
76b. 
I aleur des m,nnoves de 
France, 1577, 1578. 5127, fi 63 
Letter to, ri-oto (2u. Eliz:- 
beth, [1584]. Copy. 2442, f. 64. 
IlENR I" [Iç H,,roscol,e , late 17tl 
cent F'. 1}09, f. «., 
Remarcques sur l'estat de 
Fragile% 17th cent. 82. 
l)iscours de l'estat des 
gabeiles, c'est à dire des droicts, ,lue le 
1',»)" ,le France l, rend sur t,,ut le sel, 
17th cent. 769 ff. 253-261. 
-- l.ettre de la Ih,yne Eliza- 
beth it, sur sa conversion, [1593]. Col,y. 
2764, f. 24. 

,l'Ossat, lçal. 
ff. 2-5b. 

Letter to, frorn C«lrdinal 
E,g. transl. 1645. 74, 

I.etters patent fi,r the 
l,lantingof Guiana, 1602. fr, tns/. 173, 

Auginentations du COII'S 
,les eSl,èCeS des moimoyes l,ar l'édict 
loy, 16o2. 3127, f. 61. 
Sonn,.t against his l,erver- 
sion, by T. A. D'Aubigu6, 17lb cent. 
l.'t. 524, f. 10. 
- Satire by J. Gaberot on 
the destruction of the l,yramid êreeted 
to eommemorate the atteml,ted assassin- 
ation of, in 1594, bv the Jesuit J. Chate|, 
1610. l.'c. 769, ff". o_tr.__.,_...oo b. 
Relation of his lofe to t]e 
Prineess of Comlé, by Sir W. Beeher, 
1655. 841. 
- Lau,les, a R. Thl.y, 17tl, 
cent let. verse. 1768, f. 
• Ot), 
Scheme of nativitv t,f lais 
wife, Marie de' Medici, 1575. 1709, 
Sonnet sur la mort de 
31arie de' Medici, 17th cent. 895 f. 1"2. 
- Versus in natalem Delfini, a I,'. 
Thory, 17th cent. 1768, f. 
.)0l b• 
Sonnet sur la mort du l'eu 
Duc d'Orleans, à la feu Reine Mère, pnr 
Gombauld, [1611]. 895, f. 55. 

France, 

lçI.¢;s oF (c»,t;«,te.i). I OUI'S 
X[[I. Seieme of his uattvity, 160l. 
1709, f. 16'3. 
l.,:tt,.:" l'foin the ç/ueen 
M.ther, as Regent, to .lames I., 1610. 
Yç',ml. 173, f. i. 
l'rol,)SalS from the French 
Anbassa,l,,rs to the States General, 1618. 
178;, ff'. S3 i»-86 b. 
- I.etter t,,, from the 
niral, the Iuc tic Montmorecy, 1619. 
15". oo f. 4. 
Tract (« the marriage of 
tle l'riuce of Wales with a French or 
Spani»h Prineess, cire. 1624. _3. 
- Letter to the [2tleen 
31,,ther, 31arie ,lç' Medici with answer, 
b_4 li'..tnsl. 22 fi '» 
l.etter t,», [rom the Con- 
stable, the Due de Les, liguières, 1624. 
,.. o., f.., 
- Letter to, fr«»n Gstavus 
Adolphus of 8welen, 1631. '»»_., t 7. 
 Declaration by the French 
.kmbassa,_lor on t]e l,Cace itended 
hctweeu l'hilip IV. ot" Sluin au, I the 
St.arcs General, [1632]. o.,__, f. s_ b. 
Treatise against, circ. 164. 
lmlW . 3407, ff. 46-55 b. 
Warning giren te,, against 
his ninisters. 17th cent. It«l. 25¢6, 
- - Verses against, set up at 
ltome, 17th cent. Lat. 927, f. 15. 
rerses by J. l'ragestus tre 
Qu. AnneoçAustria, 1666. 131»120b. 
LOUIS X[I: Scheme of his ha 
tivity, 1638. 1707. f. 9. 
- - Divers l,ieees conc. the 
1,olitick maxims of, to make himselt" 
abolute monarch «,f ail Christendom, 
translated by Ir. l. l:oote, late 17tl 
cent 6 TM . 
. -3, ff. 180-197 
Estat de In Frauce ; by d. 
Piusson de La Marinière, 17th cent. 
Engl. tcansl. 704, flç 1-10. 
Recherches h scavoir ce 
qui est de l,lus notable en l'estat de 
France, 1643. 304. 
Propositions h, pour la 
discharge générale des imp6ts, 17th cent. 
1117. 
- - Acconnt »eut to Secretar" 
Thurloe of a confereace betw. Card. 
Mazarin's secretarv and n English 
agent, n.d. 972, ff:. 19-22 b. 
= Rcmonstrance du parle- 
ment de Paris au Roy contre le retour 
du Cardinal Mazarin, 1652. 2680 f. I. 



202 INDEX. 

France, l,:t.«s OF. £ 0 UIS XI I. (con- 
tinued). Satirical letter on the Pente 
of the Pyrenees from C. de St. Denis, 
Seigneur de St. Ev,.mond, fo the Marquais 
de ('réqui, 1659. '. Cop. 3813, 
Grant of nobility and arms 
t o the Danish Ambassador, H. de See- 
stedt, 1663. Ff. Copg. 2870, f. 157 b. 
ltter fo the saine, 1663. 
Ff. Cops. 2870, ï. 160. 
Note t,f cessation ,,f hos- 
tilities with Englan, l and Hollande[1666]. 
3oEO», fi 141. 
• Treaty between France and 
Eng]and, ]667. 2680, fi 59 b. 
I.eter of on the treaty 
peace with Great Britain, 1667. l',nsl. 
193, B. £ 31. 
. Relation of the movemcnts 
of the Allies and tle Frencb, 1673. 

4034, t'. 99. 

Letter to, 
XI., 1676. l"t. Cop!i. 
..... Lett res 
Riche]ieu, [1677-1678]. 

|'rolli lllll«Cellt 
3328, 1: 56. 
h, 0lu I)uc 
2868, ff. 2-11 b. 

-------- Orati,,n to, by the clergy 
of France, 1685. lran.,_'l. 1518. 
La sec«,nde lar, ngue 
far l'assembl6e gçnérale du c]ergd, 1685. 
1709, ff. 117-1191,. 
• lCeceil,t tbr t:,nching 
1,1oo,!, l,urchased by, 167. 170'J, f. 121. 
Acount of sea filt be- 
tween the French ami the unite,! English 
au,1 I)utch leets, [1692]. 27t7, fi 6. 
 Scheme for re-eslablishing 
:t general ],eace (,n the ('onditi,,ns ruade 
i,y Fnnce,[1697]. 1''. 3065fl 66-70 b. 
Accouut of French :;hips 
taken in l/o,lon,telio tlarbour 
_ o- 99, t 21 O. 
Eng]îh ami I)utch, 1702. 
Accout of his amours, by 
P. Morin, 1684. I.'. 251. 
Talc on the ubjcct of 
Great Alcander [Louis XIV.] and his 
mitresses, late 17th ceint. ]ç,l. tr«asl. 

1009, f. 257. 
Epigram 
mistresses, 17th Celit. 

on three «,f his 
l.;.. 2,85, f. 47. 

S,nn,.t on, 17th cent. 

• -,";onneis ur la Paix des 
895, ff: 1._, 1", 20. 

J'yren6es, 17th cent. 
Sur les victoires du Roy 
en Flandre, l'an 1672, sonne lar P. D., 
17th cent. 89.5, f. 34. 

France, 

I,: lr;GS or'. L 0 UI8 XI 1: (con- 
tin,ed). Vers faits au Roy, sur la pers& 
eution des Protestans en Fanee, late 
17th cent. 1009, f. 396. 
El,igramma in Solem, Gal- 
lorum emblema, a G. Cul»er , 1706. 356:, 
ff; 68-71 b. 
- Vers à, de M. de Monte- 
span, avec son réponse, 17th cent. 2885, 
ff'. 46, 46 b. 
MS. 3267 was dedicate,| 
to him, by Dr. L. Arbilleur, circ. 1666. 
Relation de l'ouverture du 
corps de la Reine, Me, rie Thérèse d'Au- 
triche, 1683. C, py. 3998, : 59. 
, Admiral of. v. Malet (Louis), 
 u c d« G a'ffle. 

Francigena (Nicholaus). Processus 
alchemicus, 1572. 3661, f. 223. 
Francini (Gîovanni Lorenzo). l%esie 
'l'oscane per, a]]a Marchesa Strozzi, 1695. 
2756 ff: 116 b-127 b. 
Francis, Dr. v. Glisson (Franci.), M.D. 
Francis [Bernardoni],ofAssisi, S. Vita 
a S. l',,,naventura, 15th cent. 1617, 
ff. 3-64 b. 
Legendade, 15thcent. 1936, f. 21. 
Francis [De l;orja], S., Duke of Ga,dia, 
General of the .lesuits. Meditacion con- 
l,uesta l, or, «le la imitacion del auima ,le 
Christo, late 16th cent. 796, ff. 62-65. 
Francis (Richard), Medical Practiti, me,'. 
I.etter to Sir H. Sloae, n. d. 4075, 
t: 158. 
Franekê (A,iam), ,S,,. Letter to .1. 
Petiver, 1712. 4065, f. 73. 
F:anckê (Johann), .ll.D, of Ulm. Cl- 
legium isagogico-me,licum, 1691. -'2880, 
fl 116-133. 
'ranckenau (1-r. Secret. de). Catalogue 
of books bouffht by, af Madrid, 18th cent. 
Let. 2.90, IF 96-138. 
Franckenberg (Abraham von). Did- 
actica, sire inslitutio puerorum zpud 
l'ersas, Groecos et Hebroeos, 17th cent. 
649 ff. 10-112. 
l.ett«r to S. Hartlib, 1646. 1ct. 
Copy. 648, f. 89. 
Franckius (Johannes Christopher), 
" Gymn,.sii Wt, ldeccensis Rec/or." Proe- 
lêctio de cometis, 1681. 2882» f. 69. 
Francklin (George), o.f C«rolina, afte,'w. 
o Dotnton, co. Wilts. Letters to J. 
l'etiver, 1700-1705. 3321, ff. 44, 80; 
4063, ff: 34, 53 ; 4064, f. 91. 



°.03 

:Francklin (i:ichard). 31arriagê card of 
him and Lœetitia, his wife, 1675. Pr:.atd. 
2282, f. 34. 

:Franeklyn (`james), Apotheo.,r.v. Pro- 
ceedings against, at his arraignment iu 
the King's Beuch, for poi,oning Sir T. 
Overbury, 1615. 1002, ff: 77-79 b; 2572, 
175 b-177. 

:Franeklyn (,John). 
cent., MS. 2792. 

Owned, in the 17th 

Francks (John), S«r:leon. 
the 17th cet, t., MS. 1. 

0wne0|, in 

• 'ranek von Frankenau (Georg). 
Letters to Dr. G. 8chroedler, 1700-1720. 
L,t., Ff. and Germ. 2876, ff. 158, 162- 
171 b ; 2877, ff. 154, 159-174 b, 17t, 
11, 184-191b, 193-202 b, 204, 207- 
216 b, 219-2'22 b, 226, 231-234b, 237, 
239, 242-244b, 247, 955, 286-291 b, 

Franco (). l,etter to Sir H. Sloane, 
1734. 4053, L 233. 

Francus, Dr. 
.ILD., of Ul, n. 

Fraacke (Johann), 

" Frangipane" al. '" :Frangipani- 
bus" (Nicolaus), Co,res, b;'ottus. Con- 
silia medica pro tussi ejus, 1639, 1644. 
2253, ff. 93-99 b, 323-326 b. 

:b'rank (Adam). Letters to, fl'om J. 
l'eti'er, 1711-1713. 3338, passim. 

Franke (Williatn). Medical prescription 
ri»r, by Dt'. T. Willis, 17th cent. 810, 
t'. 353. 

• 'rankenau (Georgius Francus 
o. Franck von Frankenau (Georg). 

de). 

:Franklin (Be,,jamin). Lotter to Sit" II. 
Sloane,.1723. 40:7, t: 347. 

Franklin « -, 
xC), of RichnorM Cou,'t. 
Rules for health, in a lette,-to his cousi,, 
,J. Smalley, 1668. 1770, ff: 104-119. 

:Franklin (Richa,'d). Letter to Si," II. 
Sloane, 1732. 4052, f. 234. 

:Fra.nklyne (John), of London. Letters 
toSir H. Sloane, 1737, 173.. 1968, f. 75 ; 
4055, f. 296. 

ranks (), Mrs. Book of receil,ts 
of, copied by 1. W., 17th cent. 253(3, 
ff: 1-26. 

Franks (Thomas), Medical Prac'itiom'r, 
of xVew Gracel Lane, IVapping. Letters 
to Sir H. Sl,,ane, 173.} ,17. 4034, 
f. 21 ; 4056, f. 198. 

'rascati, bt Italy. 
to, 18th cent. Fr. 

Account of a visit 
3984, f. 65. 

Fraser (James), Letters to Sir It. Sloane, 
169, 1702. 4036, fl:224,250; 4039,f.38. 
Fraser (.lames). Letters to J. Petivel', 
1703, 1706. 3321, ff. 130, 215; 4066, 
f. 344. 
Fraser (William), o.f 12i:¢a. Letter to 
.ir H. Sloane, [. 1717]. 4045, f. 8"_'. 
Fraunces (John), Franc;sc«n Fri«r, 
New .çp,in. l.ife, 17th cent. 1470, 
tt. 14-16 b. 
Fraunchis, D,.. c. Glisson (Francis), .IL D. 
Frawn (Christian). Proposais f,,r the 
dry separation of gol,l ri'oto silver, 17th 
cent. 4021, f. 102. 
Fraxinus (Libertus). Distich ou, by 
P. It., 1.5.9. L,d. '2764, f. 151. 
Frazer (.%" Alexan,ler). r. Fraiser. 
Freake (). c. Freke (William). 
Fredegisus, .lbat o.f St. Jh«rtin, Tours. 
Letter on the Trinity to, from Aicuin, 
14th ceint. Lat. 1777, f. 9. 
:Frederick (Si,. John), PresMent of 
Christ's IIo:'p,'t«l ; Lord l[,«yor of I 
in 1662. 31S. 'Y35 was dedicatcd to, in 
1664. 
Freebairn (l,oh«t). N,,tes to his editi,,n 
of'" Sclecta l'oemata A. Pitcairaii, cte.," 
18th cent. 31'38, f. 15. 
Freelove «/. Frelove (Robert), 3I«rcer, 
of Lond, m. lt. Luily's alchemical tracts ; 
copied by, 1"-"" 
oo,». o)04. 
R. Baeon's " Radix Mundi " trans- 
lated by, 155ï-. 1799, ff. 31-73. 
Freeman (Thomas), serrant of W'illiam 
l'brstcr, of lIand, Te, co. Bucks. Iediçal 
lWescriptious for, by Dr. J. Metfor,1, 
1655. Lat. 2s12, ff. 62, 76. 
Freemasonry. Narrative of the wor, i 
and signs 18th cent., oo., f. 142 
v. Martin (Thomas). 
Sankey (Edward). 
Freiburg, in Silcsia. Account of the 
silver mines near, by Dr. E Browne, 
17th eeut. lt11-1313, f. 163. 
Freind (John), M.D., PhÇsicia,t fo the 
Duke cŒ" Or,,wnde bt Fla,lers. Letters 
to Sir H. Sloane, [1713], 1723. 4026, 
f. 434; 4,)47, f. 52; 4059, f. 1. 
Letter to, from .[. ,J. Scheuchzcr, 
1726. Lat. 4066, f. 1. 
Letter to, from Sir H. 81oaae, 
1728. 4068, L 146. 
- . Prescriptions by, for Lady C. 
Villiers, 172.ï-1728. 3984, ff. 123-125 b. 
Carmen in ejus obitum, per J. 
Arnold, [1728]. 3516, L 199. 



21.)4 [NDI':X. 

Freind 
1Vest,,inster Schogl. Letter to Sir 
Sloane, [1728 t 405, L 2. 
Freitag ((lerold), of Zurich. Letter to 
('. Sii,c]ius h Gaor, n. & at. 2729, 
Freitag (Johann), 5k'n. Auror; 
corum G,]eno-chymicorum, 17th 
Exco?ts. 339l, lE 15-7. 
Freke (Arthur), Lord qf Rathb,«r,'y C«stlc, 
«o. (),'k. Narrative of the siege of the 
castle 164. S(I,ed. 100s IL 44-54 b. 
Freke (Jon),  • 
,?u ffeon at St. Ba,'lhoh- 
mew's ]lospitaL Letter to Sir II. Sloane, 
-. d. 4076, f. 171. 
Freke (Nicholas). Far,nel'iy owned MS. 3. 
Freke (William). lialogue of 
Socinians conc. the Ieity, lately burnt 
by the hand of the bnngm:n. 1693. 
tracts. 36 fl 61-63 b. 
Freman (Francis). Letter fo Sir H. 
S]oau% 1709. 4075 L 156. 
reman (George). I.ctter to Sir 
Nloane n.d. 4()o3 L 4. 
Freman (Ra--). Let ter to Sir It. Sloane 
. d. 4059 L 11. 
Freman (Sir Ralp]), M, stcr qf Revuiste. 
Note of the King's order for granting 
he l,ctition of J. Seringius 1626. 
llologr. 2717, f. 7. 
Freman (Ralph, M.P. Lettcrs to Sir 
ll. Sloane 17i4, and . d. 49¢: f. 
4059 fl 5-10 b; 4075, L 154. 
Fremont (Philip Richard), Bachelier e 
Droit. Letters to Sir I{. Sloane, 1727- 
1740. Ff. and Engl. 4049, f. 15 ; 4054, 
f. 49 ; 4055 L 269 ; 4056 tL 60, 172, 337. 
Letter ta, flore Sir Il. Sloane 
1740. 409 f. 6" 
O. 
rench (Andrew), Shoema]«er, qf I)nter- 
d«n eo. lçent. Letters to Sir H. b]oane 
1728 1729. 4049 f. 135; 4ç50, L 
French (Elizabeth), v'ife qf Am5"ew 
ench of 'nterden. Letter to Sir H. 
Sloane, 1729. 4050, t. 81. 
French (John), M.D. C. Agl'ippa's 
OccuIt Philosophy, translated by [1651]. 
ExceTts. 3824, IL ou-o-"-  o b. 
Alchemical re¢ei lt% 17th cent. 
:654,  12 b-14. 
Freneh (Thomas), Rcgistrar of Oxford 
Unb,ersity. Attesed copy of royal 
«lirecti«ms in 161 to he University 
Frere (Elizabeth). Letter to Sir H. 
S]oane 1729. 4075 L 159. 

(Robert), Z).D., tI««d .,llater of 
H. 

Freschi(Giovanni),of Udine. Consilium 
medicutn pro ejus uxore, 1646. Irai. 
2253, f. 303 b. 
Fresne (Girard de), Oodist, o.f Paris. 
Letters t- Sir H. Sloane, n. ci. Fr. 4059, 
f. 13; 4075, f. 166. 
Fresnoy (Lenglet du), Abbé_. v. Lenglet 
du Frêsnoy (Nicholas), Abbé'. 
Freval (John Bal,tist de). Lotter to 
Sit" H. Sioane, 1741. 4057, f. 60. 
Frewen (Ac('e]»ted), l'ice-Clt(t;tceitor of 
O.rfo,'d Un;ve,'sity in 1628 an  1638. 
Testamur, as Vice-Chanee||or, in favour 
of l[. ttegge's Legênd of St. Cuthbert, 

n.d. 1322, f. 4 7. 
Frewin ([lichar,l), M.D. 
H. Sl,,anê. n.d. [mperf. 

Letter to Sir 
4059, f. 14. 

Frey (Wilheln), l'roJ'es;o" of Mor,,l 
l'bi/os p6!l at Z, erict. Autogral,h in 
album, 1670. 1795 or 2597, f. 22, b. 
reyberg. v. Freiburg in Sih'sh«. 
Frezier (Améd,-:e François). Relation du 
voyage de la Mer de Sud aux c6tes du 
Chily et ,lu l'Cou, 1712-1714. Fxtr«cts. 
3340, ff: 317-320. 
Friedland, Dut, e of. v. Wallenstein 
(Àlbert Wences]aus von). 
Friend, Dr. v. l:reind (John), ]LD. 
Friesland, l'rovince of. Treatise on the 
encouragement of English trade with 
• • 
East l:riesland, 1564, 1572. T ansl. 818. 
Character of thê nati'es 17th cent. 
D«tch verse. 2764, L 117. 
Friesland, East, Counts qf. l':dzard 
ll. l'roposals to, f,'om the Eng]isl envoy, 
. 
W. Her|e, 1586. Let. 3«9J, f. 12. 
Ulrich. Autograph in album, 
1627. 3415, f. 19 b. 
Frimelius (Joachimus). Prolegolnena 
ad ejus praxiu medicam, 17th cent. 2831» 
ri\ 258-274. 

Frisehlin (Nicodemus). Epitaph on his 
rail from the mountain top, 1590. Lat. 
1760, f. 64 b. 

Frisius (Maguus), Topqrcha l'arscho- 
ri«nsi«. Letter te,, ri'oto B. Seve,'inius, 
1653. Lat. 2870, f. 51 b. 
Frison (--), cydant Grand Vicoh'e 
de la Gr, mde Aum,,sne,& de tçance, 
Chanobw et l'cnitent&," de Rvims et Primo" 
dc Mircrca,. Inventaire des livres irou- 
v6z al,res le ddcbs de 17th cent• 660, 
ff. 175-191. 
ritzsch (). Letter to J. C. Fab- 
ricius, with aaswer, n. d. Fr. 21, 
ff. 207 209. 



205 

INDEX. 

Frobeni (Augu4), F./LS. Letters to 
Sir ll. |oane, 1734, and ,. d. Lat. and 
E,q/L 4053, f. 266; 40511, f. 15. 
:Frobenius (Georgius Ludovicus). 
taph on his t.»mb, [1645]. Z,,t. 2.88, 
f. 29. 
Frobisher (,ç'ir Martin). In.tructions 
to, .%r lis secon,l voyage to the North- 
west and Cataia, 1577• 2442, f. 2.3. 
Sea wages pai,i fi,r his fleet, 1588. 
2450» ff. 105-112. 
Voyages in 1590 and 1594 17th 
cent. 43, ff. 27 b, 36. 
:Frodsham, co. Chcst. Warrant for a 
grant to Lord Rivers of the privilege of 
ho|ding a market weekly and tw, faits 
yearly at, tcmp. Chas. II. 856, f. 26. 
:FrSes (I'«d,'e Luis), Jcs)tit 
Japon. Litteroe annule Jal,onii ab, ad 
Generalem l'ræl)oitum Societatis .lesu, 
1591, 15:)2. 3456. 
:Frogge, (--) J[,.s. Medicine for the 
kidneys, late 17th cent. 1087, f. 63. 
Fromo, co. Soin. ),r))s an l inscril)- 
lions in the church, co|)ied by F. 
Thynne, 1597. 3836, f. 1,. 
:Froment (). Me, li«al an.I chemical 
receipts, 17th cent. /;'r. 283, fl: 61"-'d4. 
:Frost, l.hm;ly of. Pedigree, 165.-». 1429, 
£47. 
:Frost (Gualter), Secret,er!! to the Cou,cil 
of Slate. Warrats 1o, from the Pro- 
tector an,1 Couucil, 1651-1655. l.-»1:1, 
ff: 154- 157 b. 

:Fryer (.I«,hn),_l/.l). ReceiltS in medicine, 
pharma«y, c«,»kery and confectionery, 
1578. 742. 
Fryer (.J,,l,n). ILD. Methodus curan,ti 
morbum Gallicum 17th ce0,t. 1538 
f. 38 b. 
Quoed,m ,te ejus l,raxi medica. 
17th cent. 
oo9, ff\ 69-7" 
Medical diploma from the Uni- 
versty of Padua, 1610. Lat. 1728. 
:Fuchs (Lmhard). De meden,lis mol 
bis iib. v.-vL, 17th cent. Enjl. 
tr«nsl. 316 ff'. 1 7-110. 
De medeudis morh.% lih. w., cap. 
12 17th cent. Engl. tr«n4. 788. 
Tal,le of diseases mentioned in his 
' De medendis morbis," 17th cent. 
167, ff'. 1-5 b. 
De componendorum miscendorum- 
que medicamentorum ratione lib. II» III. 
1561. EncjI. transi. 1643 ff: 81-2 I0. 
lnstitutiones medicinæ, early 17th 
cent. Excerpt. 688, ff. 2-27 b. 

Fuchsius (Remaclus), Lymbuyensis. 
Tabulæ |'harmacorum 1569. 
2150, ff. 214-237 b. 
Fuggara ( ), Cntess  ; ,,. of 
Conte . .llarquerdo. Consilia me- 
dica pro, 1;36. ,ç))an. and Lat. 
ff. 122-128 b. 
Fulbertus, 5"emit,«. Visum roture et 
conversi% mctrice 17th cent. 
lE 40-47. 
Ngentius Çt::tbius Claudius Gor, liauus 
l'lanciades). Mythologiartun Iii,ri tre% 
15th ce,t. 441, ff. 80-110 b. 

Fulham, co. JIiddl. l}rawing «,f fungus 
found In tie noat at the Bi.,h«,l» of 
Loudon's Palace, lth cent. 4015, f. 19. 

Fulham (E, Iward), C«n'm o/ I17n,1.,_o,'. 
Lett«r to Dr. E. l;orlase, 1679. 1005, 
f. 218. 
:Fulke (William), Maste," of l'o,l,rot:e 
l/ail, Coonbrhl:le. Letter to thc l:ell,,ws 
«,f l'embroke tlall, 1578. COl» J. 03 
£ 48. 

Fullalove. r. Plenus A,noris. 

Fuller (Henry), qf Ja,n,d««. Lette," t.,, 
bir Il. loane, 1i90. 4078, 

Fuller (J,,l,n), Sc.. Letters to his stel,- 
father, Si,' tl. Sion,ne, 1707-1715, 
n.. d. 4t-140, f. "" 
o.o ; 4,42 ff. 219 277 ; 
4044 f. 136; 4059, f. 17. 
- l.etters from his sou Stel,hu 
by, to Sir 11. 81oane, 1741. 4025, 
fl 1'28 12. 

Fuller (.lohn). .I,,.. l.etters t,, l,is 
grandfitther, Sir tt. Sloane, 1721- 17:13, 
and n.d. L ct. an,I Fn Il. 4025, f. 13o; 
4046, ff'. 91, 32; 4052, lE '_'65, 3.53; 
4059, : 1 [i. 

Fuller (Rose), .II.D. Letters to his grand- 
lhtler, Sir tl. Sloane, 1729-1739» 
,. d 4050, ff: 140, 160. 22t, 272; 
4051, ff: 113, 278 ; 4052, ff. l, 7, 299, 
352; 453, f. 227; 4054, f. 50; 4055, 
f. 69 ; 4056, £ 135 (copy) ; 4059, f. 21. 

Fuller (Stel,hen), l''ll,,w ,,.f 7)'init!/ C,d- 
le:l; , Ç,«mrbige. Letter to his father, 
J. Fuller 1741. 4025, f. 12. 
Letters fo his gran,lfather, ir ll. 
Sloane, 1741-1743. 4057, t] 71 7 ° 
98 193. 
l.ettor to , 1743. Framcnts. 
4057, fi 195. 
uller (Thé), $LD., of S«ren9al:s. Let- 
ters to Sir tt. Sloaue, 172174. 4047, 
ff. 30J, 309; 4048, . 94: 4049, t: 26; 
4050, f. 170; 4053, L 190. 



2O6 INDEX. 

Fuller (Thomas), P,'tbend,Jry of Salis- 
bury. Etracts out of his « History of 
the ttoly War," by Lord Derby, 164. 
s74, ff. 89 b-114 b. 
References to his "Worthies oi r 
England " for ao'ounts of early Physi- 
cians, 18th cent. 3914, ff. 138 b-142. 
Fulthorp, 1.bmily q,'. Pedigree, 1655. 
1429, f. 46 b. 
Funccius (Christianus David), 5tudcnt 
of l'heohgy et ZeQ)zig. A utogl'aph in 
album, 1692. 2360, f. 22 b. 
Furness Abbey, co. Lanc. Excerpta 
ex parvo libro de registris, 16th cent. 
1301, £ 160 b. 
Arms from the register, 1653. 
1429, f. 25 b. 
Charter h, om the register of', at 
Gray's Inn, 1655. 1429, f. 99. 
Furnival (Richard de). v. Fournirai. 
urlao (Çarolus A), Pastor ai Gcnvra. 
Autograph in album, 1671. 1795 or 
2597, f. 52. 
:Furtimal [ ? Fut nival] (JL W-- de). 
Medica| receipts, 13th cent. Ff. 1977, 
tt'. 46-47 b. 
tLzy (Autoine), dit Grev6 (Victor), 
Cur¢ of S. Bart/,éhmy at Paris. Le 
Mastigol,hore , l,ar V. Greve, [1609]. 
I.'r. Extracts. 2553, ff'. 65-84. 
Fyge (Thomas), Apot/,ecary, of !ondon. 
Letter to J. Petiver, 17o3. 4063, f. 199. 
Fylles (John). Formerly owued MS. 
3993. 

Fynch. v. Finch. 

Fyn dibere. 

r. Finsbury, co. Mhhll. 

G 

G-- (H--). 
by, 1572. 
G-- (J--). 

G., ArchMhwonus (_'ontuarie»sis. r. Ridel 
(Ge, ffrey), Archdeacon of Canterbury. 
G--( ----- ), M.D., of Bury. Notes on 
a picture belonging rG, by Sir T. Browne, 
17th cent. 1827, f. 52. 
G-- (15--). MS. 1199 was given to, 
in 1630, by the executors of Dr. S. 
Benefieid. 
Clavicula Salomonis ; copied 
Engl. 3847, ff. 1-66. 
Letter to [J. Petiver], n. d. 
qqo, f. 167. 

G-- (R--). Pro oculis medicina, 15th 
cent. 1091, f. 73. 

Wrote, in 1688, MS. 377 ° 

Gaberot (Jacques). Wr,,te, in 1610, 
MS. 769, ff. 1-252 b. 
Gabriel, The Archaag«l. Prayer rG, 
15th ( ent. Lat. 354., f. 7 b. 
Gabriel, Abbatc of ./:irr«r«. Consilia 
medica pro 17th cent. 2253, ff. 202 b- 
206. 

Gadesden 

(Joanues 
l'rebendary of St. l'a,d's, London. 
Anglica, 14th-15th centt. 280. 
261 b; 1067, ff. 1-280; 1612, ff. 
340 b. 
. Aunotationes medicoe e Rosa Ang- 
|ica, 17th cent. 2262, ff. 32b-llgb. 
Excerpts fi'om the Rosa Anglica, 
by Sir T. Browne 17th cent. 1846, ff. 
33-42. 
Of suflbcation of the matrix, out of 
lIosa Anglica, 17th cent. 1660, ff. 13- 
17b. 

de), Physlcian ; 
Iosa 
125- 

Gaetani dt Sermonetta (Enrico), 
C'ardin, d. Instructions to his cousin 
I'. Caetano, on his mission to Flanders, 
17th cent. 1710, ff: 19-22. 
Gaetry (J). Letter to Sir H. Sloane 
1741. Fr. 4057, f. 52. 
Gaffney (Henry), 1)ruminer at Tungicr. 
Charge agains, for thefi, 167. 3514, 
f. 152. 

G[age] (Richard). Ltter rG Dr. Dvvnes, 
1649. 203, £ 7. 

Gagnier (John), Lord Ahnoner's Pro- 
fisso," of Ar«bic at Oxford. Letter to 
Sit- H. Sloane, 173. 4052, £ 253. 
Gaii (Tiberio), I-'hysician of Florence. 
l'rescription for ign. A. Barbarigo, 
1641. Ital. 2253, f. 183. 
Galle (Cristian), Jh's. Medical receipts 
for, 17th cent. 179, A. ff. 161-172. 
Gaillard (Charles), 3I.D. Letter to Sir 
H. Sloane, with observations on the 
malady of Sieur Perier, 1707. Fr 
4075, ff. 164, 165. 
Gaillard (Jan Paul), M.D., of I.eeu- 
warden, in 1.' iesland. Totius medicinoe 
compendium, 1694. 1559. 
Gainsford (Thomas). "The one and 
twenty hattles of ¥orkes Plantaginet," 
17th cent. 3071 ff. 6-87 b. 
Gala. Johannisi epistola ad de proprie- 
rate arborum fi'axini et thamarici 15th 
ce,t. 3124 f. 191. 



iNDE,, °-07 

Galapagos Isles, S. Anwrica. Chart 
anti description of, by W. A. Cowley, 
1687. 45, ff. 37-69. 
Gale (R--), Tre,,su,'cr of the Royal 8ocicty. 
Letters rG Sir H. Sloaue, 173-1737. 
4052, f. 286 ; 4055, ff. 11,228. 
Gale (Thomas), Dean of l'ork. Letters 
to Sir H. Sloane, 1699, and n.d. 4037, 
f- 268; 4059, f. 23. 
Galenus (Claudius). Antidonum, 12th- 
13th centt. 2030, ff. 129-132. 

-- Obserrationes quoedam ex, 12tl 
cent. 84, f. Il. 
Ars parva cum isagoge Johannitii, 
13th cent. 1124, ff. 5-27 ;--14th cent. 
1610, ff. 2-t9 b ; -- 15th cent. 2t3, 
ff. 41 b-46 b; Engl. 61 ff. 1-9. 
Commentaium super libros tegni 
ejus, 13th ceat. 1933, ff. 161-182. 
De anatomia, 14th cent. 1610, 
ff. 40-t2 b. 
Of witte of hele or "de ingenio 
»anitatis," books III., v'., 15th cent. lm- 
l,erf. 6 ff. 183-203 b. 
De minutionê sanguiis per duo- 
decim anni menses, 15th cent. 389, 
ff. 145-146; 634, f. 2 b; 964» f. 60; 
En31. 31601 ff. 1481 151. 
- The dieting of meat by the months, 
15th cent. 389, ff. 143-I,i6; 540, A. 
f. 24 b ; 3160, ff. 148, 151. 
Liber rirtutum herbarum, 15th 
cent. 282, ff: 173 b-181, 188 b. 
Liber paruereseos or Greuaunees 
of Womene, 151h cent. 5, ff. 158-172. 
Le livre Galien, 15th cent. 2401, 
f. 96b. 
Excerpta ex ejus Passionario, 15ti 
cent. 3535, ff. 8-10 
Commentarius J. Manardi in artem 
medicinalem ejus, 1530. 147. 
Explicationes et commentarii in 
ejus libros, 1553, 1555, 1556. 3043, 
ff. 91b-131, 144--.°45, 251-254b, 262- 
263; 3044, ff. 33-134, 177 b-182. 
L. Colladi commentarius in ejus 
libros de mobis et symptomatibus, 153. 
2849. 
Sorioe commenlarii in ejus libros 
de alimentorum facultatibus et de me- 
thodo medendi 1584. 366 ff. 194-2011 
202-332 b. 
Commentaria in eius tractatum de 
febrium differentiis 1 17th cent. 2981 
ff. 167-265. 
 Commentaria in ejus Artem le- 
dicam, 17th cent. 2984, ff. 272-319; 
29891 ff. 71-1561 268-278. 

Galenus 

(Clau,lius) (continue, l'. Doct. 
Mirandoe c,,mmentarius in ejus |ibrum 
de facultate medicamentorum, 17th cent. 
344, ff. 410-436 b. 
-- Critica in ejus opera, 18th cent. 
3207, ff. 96-113. 
Excerpta medica ex, 17th cent. 
662, ff. 97-99; 890, ff. 144 b-155. 
Loti de urbe Rom-ma et ejus statu, 
17th cent. 3133, ff. 490 b-492. 
Operum ejus omnium epitome, 
17th cent. 6621 ff. 100 b-l19. 
Catalogus ejus operum, per A. 
Lacunam, 17th cent. 1797, f. 4b. 
-- Versus in laudem ejus, 17th cent. 
1336, f. 11. 

Galfridus, Monumetensls. IIistoria Re- 
gum Britannioe 15th cent. 289, ff: 
119 b-183. 

Galilei (Galileo). Discussion by an 
Englishman of the discovery of Jupiter's 
satellites by, 1610. 682, ff: 46-48 b. 
Discorso del flusso e reflusso del 
mare, 1616. 3193. 
Epitaphs on, by Ff. G. l'ierozzi, 
1674. 1968 f. 185. 

Galland (Antoine), French 5"umismatist. 
• Correspondence relating to coins in the 
cabinet of Louis XIV., 1697, 1698. 
Dutch. Copies. 130, ff. 5, 8, 10 b. 

Gallatlay ( 
scope, 166. 

), a Scotchman. 
2280, f. 21. 

Horo- 

Giller (Georg Sigismund), Freiherr zu 
Schwarr&erg. Cousilia medica pro ejus 
fluxu hepaticol 17th cent. cire. 1635. 
2253, ff. 117-121. 

Oalli (Friedrich), of the Cmty of Vassau. 
Accourir of his journey in 1602 to 
S. Michael's hermitage, 1648. 2194, 
ff: 25 b-28 ; 3724, ff. 94-98 b. 

Gallo (Lope), ]'rc/ant, of Bur:los. Suit 
for merchandize seized in the Isle of 
Wight, 1543. Spc«n. 2103, ff: !71-174. 

Gallo (Tolomeo), Ca,'dbal of Como. 
Letter to, from the Bisho I, of Ross, 
1578. Lat. Ct,py. 16, f. 3. 

Galloway (-----). 
1627. 1708, f. 1!2. 

Note of his birth, 

Gallus (Carolus), Minister af -A:ijbroek, in 
Gelderland. Satyrical distich on, by 
P. H., 1589. Lat. 2764, f. 151. 

Gallowey (David). Petition to G. 
Hadley, [1741]. 4057, f. 73. 



208 INDEX. 

Gamarra (Stephmo), 6)aais' ArdJ«s- 
sador to the _Nether&nds. Mémoire to 
the United States, enclo.,ing a lettèr to 
them fi'om the Marquis Castel I.'odrigo, 
1667. Fr. C:,pies. 1519, f. 245. 
Gambarini (). Letter to Sir II. 
Sloane, n. ,I. 4059, f. 24. 

Gamble (IIobcrt),of Xew York. Letters 
to tis brother-in.]aw. S. Sutton, 1713- 
1714. 
ooo.,, ff: 110-113 b ; 3340, ff: 79- 
87. 

Gaines. Treati.,e on the " phy]osophers 
gaine," 17th ceint. 451. 
Ce,lice.titre (,f l,UZz|es with el'ds 
and dite, ]ate 17th cent. t)'. [mpcrf. 
1009, ff. 181-193. 

Gaines (Blanch). ,,'i.fe of 
Medical pl'eSCl'ii,tion fo', 
f. 2b. 

Gaines (D,'. E, lward), n«t,tral 
Edwar,1 G,,,,e.¢, She,'iff o/" co. 
Pharmacol,oeia l,,,rtatilis, 165. 

.13recun. 
lo84. 

Gaines (lIoo). o.f co. B,'econ. 
in 165, M.';. 1084 to his 
E,I ward Gaines. 

Gamon (Chri.-t,,l,he de). L:t Semaine,le, 
contre celle ,1 Sieur ,lu l;artas, 17tir 
cent. Extr«ct. 255::, ff: 43-47. 

Gandavo 
3le, licines 
bahlness, 
3b, 4. 
Ganeau ( 
J, wques, l',crls. 
1712, 1713. 

(Wilhelmus ,le), 2Iag6ter. 
against fistula, cancer and 
14th cent. Lat. 1754, ff: 

), Lib,'«i,'e, Rue St. 
Letters to Sir H. SI,mue, 
t't. 4 043, ff. 91, 124. 

Ganivetus (Joaunes), of the Content 
,,f lriars Jli, o,'s in l ien,e in France. 
Amicus me«iicorum, 1436. 1680, ff: 1- 
42. 

Gant. r. Gaunt. 

Garbutt (J,,s--). Letter to Sir tl. 
Sloane, 17 'z"4050 fi 259. 
Garbutt (l:ichard). Collectanea medica, 
17th cent. 3787-3790 ; 3792. 
- Theol-gical notes, 1620. 3757 
ff: 2-8, 55, 57-60. 

Oarcin (Laurence), 3LD., of Neufchatel, 
N:«itzerl,«nd. Letters to Sir H. Sloane, 
1731-17.34. l"t. 4051, f. 289; 4052 
ri. 149, 201-2("_; bi 4(}53, fi 183. 

Garden (1)r. ,]eorge), of Aberdee». 
i.etter on the t, rigin «,f catet l,illars to a 
fi-iend at Oxt\,rd, 1686. lmyerf. 4025 
f. 131. 

Gardener (---). Observations on the 
I)ecalogue, [1595-1596]. Imperf. 1606, 
ff. 58-60 b. 

Gardiner (,), of E.munuel Colle:le, 
t'a»tbrid:le. Medieal theses, 17th cent. 
Lat. 3308 ff. 236, 303-306. 
Gardiner (Stephen), Bishgp of IITn- 
«hester; Lord Chaneellor. Letter to 
the University of Cambri,lge, 1553. 
Lat. 3562, f. 57. 
Le:ter to, on the right pronuncia- 
tion of Greek, fl'om Sir T. Smith, 16th 
cent. L,t. Lnpef. 40], fl: 32-37 b. 
Gardiner (William). In,lulgeace to, 
h'om Card. Pole, for eating flesh in Lent, 
155. Lat. 3299, f. riS. 
Garengeot (René Jacques çrossaat de). 
Letters fo Sir H. Sloane, 172-173l. 
14". o, 
o.,«2, f. 13 ; 404, fi 237 ; 4059, 
f. 45; 4051, ff. 87, 253. 
Letter to, from Sir H. Sloane, 
72.. . 40, f. 5. 
Garfoote (Willi;m), of co. Suç War- 
rant to reprieve hi,n for the murder of 
W. Glover, te,»p. Chas. Il. 856, f. 9 b. 
Gargam (), of lla,wcer. Forms of 
seals outof his book, by P. Le Neve, 1716. 
3424, f. 2. 
Garland (Augustine), Regicid«. Aut,,- 
graph signature, circ. 1654. 645, L 46. 

Garlandia (Joannes de). lnterpretatio 
equivocorum vocabulorum, 15th cent. 
Iml»ey: 3847, ff. 151, 160. 
Pl'actica vera alchemioe per Mag. 
(}rt,lanum Parisius probate anno 
MçCCt.VX, 16th cent. 3086, ff. 56-61; 
3457, ff: 17 b-46. 
Expositio super Hermetem philoso- 
]hum, 15th cett. 692, ff. 61-67 ; 1115, 
ff. 128-134 ;--1545. 3117, ff. 95-108 b ; 
--1566. Printed. 3580, A. ff. 23 b-3 l 
--17th cent. ]2xcertts. 3737, ff: 107- 
159. 
Alchemical processes, 15th cent. 
Let. 3457, 1t: 220 b, 393. 
Garlick (Thomas), S, rgeon, of l|lcer- 
ha,npton. Praxis chyrurgioe rationalis, 
17th cent. Engl. 
Letter to [:ir Th. Turquet de 
Mayel'ne], 170ï-. 2084, f. 175. 
Garmin al. Jermyn. v. Jermyn of 
Tiverton, Farnily of. 
Garnir (Isaac), Apothecar!l to Chelsea 
HOSl»tal. Letter to J. Petiver, 170½. 
3321, f. 93. 
Letter to Sir H. Sioane, n. 
4059, fi 25. 



INDEX. 

209 

Garrard (Cecilia), wife of Sb" Nichol«s 
Garrard, 3rd Bart. of Zangfo,'d. Let- 
ters to Sir H. Sloane, 1695-1739. 4036» 
f. 220; 4040, ff. 218, 367 ; 4048, f. 53; 
4051, ff. 206, 269; 4053, f. 159; 4056, 
f. 119. 

Garraway (Christopher). Letter to Sir 
H. Sloane, 1742. 4057, f. 163. 

Garrett (John), lion. Fellow of the Royal 
Colle:le of Physichtns. Medical practice- 
book, 1653-1674. l[ologr. 898. 

Garson (Judah), a Jew at Ta. ier. 
tition to Lord Middleton, 1671. 
f. 78. 

Pe- 
3514, 

Garter, Order of the. v. Orders, Militar,j. 

Garth (Sir Samuel), M.D. The key fo 
his Dispensary, alphabetically arranged, 
18th cent. 629, ff. 265-268 b. 
. Letters to Sir II. SIoane, n. d. 
4059, ff. 27-47 b. 

Gascoigne (Si,. Bernard), Ea,.dis/t Am- 
basador to Vienn «. Warrant for leasing 
t,,, Redcrosse Manor in Brîstol 1661. 
856, f. 8. 

Gascoigne (George), Poet. 
by G. Harvey, 1577. Let. 
93, f. 34 b. 

Verses on 
and Engl. 

Gascoigne (Walwin), Agent for Sb' D. 
Gatclen at Tangier. Note of cre,lit 
allowed by, fo Capt. Liddell, 167. 
3511, f. 55 b. 
Protest against supplying Tangicr 
with provisions, 167. 3511, f. 71. 
Certificate of provisions ri'oto Lord 

Middleton, 1673. 
Letter to 
3512, L 53. 
Letters to Lord 
3512, ff. 253 b, 254. 

3512, £ 65. 
Lord Middleton, 1674. 
Inchiquin, 1676. 

Gascoigne (William), Astronomer, of 
3[Micron, nf..Leeds. Letters to, ri'oto 
W. Crabti'ee, 1641. Impcf. 4021, ff. 
54-62. 

Gassendi (Pierre), Astronomer. Horo- 
scope, 1592. 1778, f. 9 b. 
" De physiologia Epicuri animad- 

versiones ;" 
17th cent. 

excerpts by E. Sherburne, 
Lat. 832, ff. 2-9 b. 

Vita N. C. Fabricii de Peiresc, 
17th cent. Excerpts. 2326, ff. 58-63. 

-Excerpts from, 17th cent. 
and Lat. 3119, ff. 326-341. 

Gassion (Jean de), Mare'chaL Sonnets 
sur la lnort de, 1647. 895, ff: 10, 11. 

Gassmann (Franz). Pantaleonis al- 
chemici tractatus, 17th cent. Extracts. 
:»629, ff. 63-97. 
Pantaleon, unmasked by Dr. Beck- 
crus, 17th cent. 3641, ff. 9--16 b. 
Gatinaria (blarcus). Commentatio in 
opusculum ejus de curan,lis morbis, 17th 
cent. 1969, ff. 29-59. 
Gatisdenus. v. Gadesden. 

Gatti (Capitan Angelo), da O,'vieto. 
Conto della perdita di Fanagosta et ,tel 
regno di Cipro, 1573. 2256. 
Gauden (Sir Denis), Victualler of the 
N«vy. Notes of payments and orders 
to, for stores for Tangier, 1661. 1956, 
ff. 11-13, 42 b. 
Accompt of, for provisions at Tan- 
ier, 1672-1673. 3511, ff. 206, 2141», 
259, 261. 
Assignment of money to T. Povey, 
for Lord bliddleton, 167. 3512, f. 55. 
Gauden (John), Bishop of Excter. Royal 
ieter to, recommending S. Ward to be 
Dean, 1661. 856, f. 35 b. 
Gaudron (--), of the Academy of Arts 
and Sciences ,t Paris. Letter to M. 
Buissière, Jun., n.d. Copy. 4026, f. 
33L 
Gaudy (Rev. John), of lpswich. Letter 
to Sir H. SIoane, 1734. 4053 f. 270. 

Gaunt, De, Family of. Pedigree, 1655. 
1429, ff. 103 b, 105 b. 
Oaunt (Gilbert de) of Folkingham. ln- 
speximus of a grant by his ancestor, 
10 Will. I. to R. de Kime, 1292. Copy, 
1655. 1429, f. 106. 
Gautier, Maistre. La smnme de diverses 
maladies qui sont en corps 1457. 3195. 

Gaveston (Piers), Earl of 
Banishment of, 1307. 
2103, f. 156 b. 

and Ff. 

Gavet (Jacobus), 
Letter to Sir H. 
4038, f. 185. 
Letters to, 
1701. Lat. 

M.D., of Chamb¢,'y. 
Sloane, 1701. L:tt. 

fron Sir II. Sloane, 
4068, ff. 25, 26. 

Gawden (Sir Denis). o. Gauden 

Gawdy(Framlingham). Formerly ,,wne,I 
31S. 3466. 

Gay (----). Account of his disburse- 
ments at Tangier, 1670-1679. 3512, 
f: 69. 

Gayer (Richard), Merchant af Naples. 
Letters to his kinsman, SirJ. Abdy, 164.q 
1649. 3299, ff\ 170-173. 

SLOANE INDEX. p 



INDEX. 

Gayland (Joseph), M.D. I.etter fo Sir 
ll. Sloane, n.d. 4059, f. 48. 

Gaynsford (Thomas). 

v. Gainsford. 

Geber, Arnb 
Haiyan, Al- Tarsasi. 
Gebhardi (Brandanus tlenricus). 
ters to C. Schroedter, 16.'36, 1687. 
:«,,1 Gcrm. 2876, ff 115, 117. 

Philosopher. v. Jbir 11,1 

Lat. 

Letter to G. Schroedter, 1691. Let. 
2877, f. 36. 

Gobhardi (D-- H--). 
Schroedter, 168_, 1690. 
ff. 125, 142. 

Letters to C. 
Germ. 2s. 76. 

Gedd (William), Ma.qister. Medical l,re- 
sription for, temp. E,lw. IV. 403, f. 345. 

Gedde, Messî¢ar«. Accompt for their 
boots, 1653. Fr. 2996, f. 60. 
Gee (Edward). Letter to Sir H. Sloan«., 
1699. 4037, f. 251. 
Gee (J--). Letter to Dr. E. Itook, 1688. 
4062, f. 229. 

Gee (Richard). Eelation of Capt. J. 
IVood's voyage in 1676 for the discovery 
of the North East Passage, 1682. 1378, 
ff. 139-149 b. 

Geekie (A--). Letter to [J. Petiver], 
n.d. 3322, f. 168. 

Geitzkoflerin (Elisabeth), geborne l"rey- 
in von Tcuffe, bach. Diagnoses of her and 
her husband's cases, [1646]. Gcrm. 
2253, ff. ! 31 b, 301. 
Gelderland. Satire 
17th cent. Flemizh. 

on the Lords of, 
2764, f. 117. 

Gell (Robert), D.D., ttectr of St. Mary, 
Al, termanbury, London. Scheme of his 
nativity, 1594. 1707. f. 13. 
Gellatlay (Jo--). Letter fo H. Coley, 
n.d. 3876, f. 2. 

Gellius(Aulus). ,' Noctes Atticoe," 17th 
cent. Excerpts. 2521, f. 98 b. 
Gemmingen ( ), ecretary to 
Princess of Wales. Letter from her to 
Sir H. Sloane, 1723. Ff. 4047, f. 45. 

Geins. Discorso sopra Iietre pretiose, 
17th cent. 4005, ff. 38-49 b. 
: List of a collection of precious 
stones, 18th cent. ltal. 4019, ff. 73-80. 
v. Vendramino (Andrea). 
Genealogies. 
v. Chaloner (Thomas). 
Havtrey (John). 
Génébrrd (Gilbert), Archbishop of Aix. 
Chrono]ogical extracts from, 17th cent. 
Ff. 1019, ff. 253-266. 

Genebrier (Claude). I.etters fo Sit tf 
bloane, 1725, 1740. Fr. 4047, f. 317 ; 
4048, f. 36; 4056, f. 252. 
Letters to, from Sir H. Sloane, 
1725. F-. 3322, f. 110 b ; 4068, f. 124. 
Geneva, Rep,&lic of. "Descritione " di. 
circ. 1670. 820. 
Genoa, I2(Tubl,c of. Report ou, by Lord 
  O 
Fauconberg, 16v. 2 5., ff. 1-2n b. 
City of. Accompt «,f pal»er bouglt 
at for S. Luke» 162. 3511 £ 144. 
Chart of by Capt. J. Kempthorne, 
168. 3665, f. 18 b. 
Gent (), of Norton, co. arthants. 
Medicai prescription for, by Dr. J. Met- 
tbrd, 1652. Lat. 2812, f. 33 b. 
Gentil (--), Operat,»" Massil;ensis. 
Medicnl receipts, 17th cent. F,-. 1988, 
ff. 179-184. 

Gentilibus (Gentilis de), de Fu.in¢o. 
Commentum in/Egidii Corbeiensis trac- 
tatum de urinarum judiciis, 14th cent. 
521, ri: 25-45. 
C-mmentum super zEgidii Corbei- 
ensis librum de urinis, 14th cent. 773, 
ff. 1-33. 
Commentum super zEgidii Corbei- 
ensis librum de pul»ibus, 14th cent. 
773, ff. 34-63. 
De c'..tris febrium secundum 1436. 
336 ff. 101-125. 
Gentman (Cornelis), Minister af Ut,ccht. 
Autograph in album, 1669. 1795 m" 
2597, f. 36. 
GeoffreyofMonmouth. v. Galfridus, 
Monu,,etensis. 
Geoffroy (Claude Joseph), Ze Je,me. 
Observations sur le remède de Madlle. 
5tephens pour la pierre, 1709. 4056, f. 156. 
Observations on some fosil bones 
round in an ancient forest near Chalon- 

sur-Sa6ne, 1743. Fo. 4057, f. 209. 
Letters to Sir H. Sloane, 1715- 
1744. EngL and Ff. 4044, ff. 65, 194 ; 
4045, f. 113; 4047, L 216; 4049, f. 

144 ; 4050, f. 50 ; 4051, ff. 241, 245 ; 
4052, ff. 144, 326. 333; 4053, ff. 142, 
260 ; 4054, ff. 1, 28, 37, 210 ; 4055, ff. 
51, 80, 201 372; 4056, ff. 73, 78, 112, 
187-193 b 237, 275; 4057, ff. 32, 138, 
150, 204, 234 ; 4059, ff. 50 52. 
Letters to, from Sir H. Sloane, 
1731-1743, and n. d. Ff. 468, 
184, 210, 216, 222, 256 264, 265, 290, 
307, 337 ; 4069, ff. 6, 27, 35, 54 65» 73, 
84, 160, 161. 
Letter to, from J. J. Dortous de 
Mairan, n.d. Ff. 4066, f. 324. 



INDEX. 211 

Geoffroy (:tienne François), M.D., 
Pa'is. A»atomic.iI observation, 
1711. 3329 f. 51. 
- Analysis of sponge, 1711. 3329, 
f. 69. 
Letters to Sir II. Sloane, 1698- 
1729. Ff. and Enql. 3322, ff. 99, 
101 ; 4025, f. 132 ; 4037, ff. 22-'2, 
258, 285, 370; 4038, ff. 63, 160, 254, 

706, 

290, 344 ; 4039, f. 171 ; 4040, £ 114 ; 
4041, ff. 273, 315; 4042, ff. 5, 85, 166, 

181, 291 ; 4043, ff. 85, 
225, 271» 314 ; 4044, ff. 
4047, f. 216 ; 4048, f. 
107 ; 4059, ff. 53-56 b. 

104, 122, 153, 
30, 35, 5 I, 58 ; 
126 ; 4050, f. 

Letter to Dr. J. F. Le Ferre, 1699. 
4062, f. 315. 
Letters to .l. Petiver, 1700, 1713. 
3321, f. 51; 3322, f. 38. 
Letter to Dr. J. G. Scheuchzer, 
Er. 4066, t: 345. 
Letters to, ff'oto Sir Il. SIoane, 

1709-171I, and n.d. F,-. 4068, 
53, 62, 70 ; 4069, ff. 153-159, 162-166 b. 

OeogTaphy. Libci geographici frag- 
mentum cure mappa mundi, circ. 1530. 
117 ff. 1-24. 
- Ol'bis commensaratio, 15th cent. 
683, f. 40. 
Nomina aliquarum civitatum, cure 
longitudine et latitudine, 15th cent. 
702, f. 33; 780, f. 53 b. 
Tabulœe latitudinis climatum, etc., 
15th cent. 636, f. 12 b. 
Acc,unls of Europe and Asia, an:l 
Africa, 1675. 1836 ; 1837. 
Trait de géographie, qui donne la 
eouuoissance et |'usag du globe et de la 
carte, 1675. 1031, tL 198-269. 
• Papers of Dr. R. Hooke tel. to the 
"English Atlas," printed at Oxford, 
1680-1683. 1039. ff. 1-25 b. 
Collegium geogral,hicum , 1687. 
3100, ff. 244--281. 
General treati.-es and notes on 
geography, 17th cent. Lat., Er. and 
Engl. 565, ff. 70-105 b ; 629, ff. 279- 
352; 651, ff. 141-143; 1031, ff. 69- 
87 b ; 1083, f. 65-74 b (reversed) ; 1323, 
ff. 165 b- 169 b ; 1510, ff. 1-9, 48 b-50 b, 
54--10 ; 2113. 
- Catalogus librornm geographi- 
forum, 17th cent. 239, ff. 50-52. 

-------- Synopsis geographiœe dicta Mathion, 
rectrice, 17th cent. 2681), f. 7. 
v. Bo,nivert (Geden). 
Meriuvi||e (------ de). 
Reinhardus, Magister. 
Wllford (Thomas). 

Geology. Treatise of waters and foun- 
• tains, 17th cent. 2511. 
Account of fossii elephants, by Sir 
H. Slo.«ne, n.d. 4026, f. 168-188 b. 
-----Catalogus librorum de fossilibus, 
17th cent. 2339, f. 48 b. . 
v. Astruc (Jean). 
l)udley, co. Staff. 
Ehard (--). 
Farrington-Gurney, co. Soin. 
IIoxton, co. Mi6i[. 
lmperato (Francesco). 
Magalotti (Lorenzo), Cunt. 
Scilla (Agostino). 
Switzerland. 

Oeomancy. 
cent. 30t3. 
----------On geomancy, 16th cent. 
887, ff. 3-59 b. 
• Observatioes geomanticoe, 
figuris, 16th cent. 8t7, t. 68 b-80. 
v. Gerardus, Sablo,wta, us. 
Monnel (Nich ola.-). 

Excerpta geomantica, 15th 

cunl 

Geometry. Practica geometrioe; by R. 
Dove, 15th cent. 513» ff. 11-15. 
-- I)e terroe meuuris, 15th cent. 
37o,) 
«, f. 130. 
- • De altitudine rei mensuranda per 
quadrantem, 15th cent. 3744, f. 96 b. 
È]ementa geometrica ad dimen- 
siones et munitiones sire tbrtiticationes 
necessaria, 17th cent. 651, ff. 53-91 b, 
151-158 b. 
On the measuring of idane figures, 
with diagrams, 17th cent. 711. 
. Geometrical tracts an,| problems, 
17th cent. 2102; 2277, ff. 24-29 b ; 
2623, ff. 48-52 b ; 3889, ff. 17-49. 
-.. Diagrams for measuring heighs 
and distances, with short notes, 17th 
cent. Germ. 652, ff. 44-151 b. 
Treatise on geometry, 18th cent. 
Er. 3994. 
c. Bonnivert (Gedeon). 
Coley (Henry). 
Scheuchzer (Jean Jaeques) St'n. 
(31-eorge, S., M, wtyr. Memoria de, rectrice, 
15th cent. 2471, f. 35 ; 2565, f. 16 ; 
2571, f. 18 b; 2633, f. 24; 2683, f. 15. 
George I., II., of Englanà. v. Englan,i, 
Sot, ereigns of. 
George, Prhwe of 1)enmarL 
v. Denmark George, Prince .of. 
Egland, Sorereig,,s of. Arme. 
George (Arntine), on Armenian. Valua- 
tion of Roman silver coins, sold by, 18th 
cent. 3407, ff. 76--80. 

P2 



212 

INDEX. 

George William, Prince, 2,td son of 
Geor9e IL v. Enghmd, Sovereigns of. 
George II. 
Georgia, in Amer;ca. Aezount of designs 
for the colony, [1732]. 3986, f. 38. 
Georgîus B. Alchemical proeess, 1572. 
3661, f. 216. 
Georgius Zothori Zapari Fenduli 
G., Sacerdos arque l'h:lsios. Albuma- 
zarus : liber astrologioe, translatus de 

Persiea lingua in 
3983. 
Georgiu s (David). 
Gerard (John). 

Latinum, 14th cent. 

v. Joriszoon (David). 
Collection from his 

Herbal of virtues of simples, 17th cent. 
2265 ; 3"39. 
Extracts from his IIerbal, 17th 
cent. 738, ff: 109 b, 140-155 b ; 1343, 
ff. 57-81 ; 1513, ff. 31-36. 
Syllabus of contents of his IIerbal, 
book L, 17th cent. 972, f. 35. 
Gerardus, 13ergcnsîs. De praeservatione 
et curatione morbi articularis et calculi ; 
trauslated by I'. Moore, 17th cent. 1628, 
ff. 2-58 b. 
Gerardus, Bituricensis, Phgsicus. Glosoe 
super Viaticum Isaaci Judoei, 13th cent. 
342, ff. 1-85 ; Imperf. 2946, ff. 205- 
2O8 b. 
De modo medendi, 13th cent. 34-'2, 
ff. 92-97; 420, ff. 26-40 ;15th cent. 
390, ff. 1-12 b, 33-48 b. 
Gerardus Carmonensis. r. Gerardus 
S.tblonetanus. 
Gernrdus, Sablonetanus. De modo 
medendi, 13th cent. 420, ff. 2-17 b ;-- 
14th cent. 3012, ff. 106 b-122 ;--15th 
cent.. 148, ff. 63 b-95;16thcent. 2411, 
IF. 70-115. 
.. De dandis catharticîs, 13th cent. 
Impcrf. 420, ff. 18-25. 
Glosoe ejus super Constantini Afri- 
cani Viaticum, 13th cent. 3096 ff: 70- 
220. 
Libri Canonis Avicennoe in Latinum 
versi, 13th cent. 1933, ff. 184-275 ;-- 
14t cent. 2157 ; 3095. 
Abubecri Rhasis Almansor ex 
Arabico in Latinum versus, 13th cent.. 
1933, ff. 3-64;--14th cent. 2946, ff. 
106-176; 2947, ff: 2-66;--15th cent. 
'.'65, ff. 2-159 b ; 282, ff. 58-80 b. 
Abubecri Rhasis liber divisionum, 
Latine versus, 14th cent. 568, ff. 1'2- 
121 ; 2946, ff. 177-203 ; 2947. ff. 67-97. 
Ptolemoei Pelusiensis liber Alma- 
gesti in Latinum versus, 14th cent. 
Imperf . 2795. 

Gerardus, Sablonetanu (continued). Geo- 
mantia, 15th cent. 310. 
Excerpts from, 166. 3856, ff. 
105 b-111. 

Gerbier (George), Town clerk of Tan:fier. 
Advertisement against papers forged by, 
1673. 3511, f. 195. 

Gerbier :D'Ouvilly (George). 
on the picture of J. Gutenberg, 
lated by, 18th cent. 1435, f. 29. 

Poem 
trans- 

Gerbrand (Paul), Lawyer, of Hambu,.g. 
Programma in e.ius funere, a ll.Kirstenio, 
1675. 2888, ff: 30-33. 

Gerhard (.lohann), P,'of «ssor of Theolog!/ 
J'ena. Letter to, from J. Dury, n. d. 
Lt. 654, f. 33. 

Gerhard (Johannes Christianus), Pasto," 
zu 1)6b,'i,..hen. Letters to G. Schroedter, 
1694, 1697. Germ. 2877, ff. 64, I01. 

Gerhardus (Joannes), JLD. 
toC. Sibeliusà Goor, 167. Lat. 
ff. 17, 23. 

Letters 
2729, 

Gerkenus (Georgius), Consul af Oldesloe 
in Holstebt. Correspondence in prose 
and verse with his father-in-law, C. 
Granhardt, 1680. Lat. 2144, t. 125- 
128 b. 

Germania Inferior or :Lower Ger- 
many. v. Netherlands, The. 

Germany. Schematismus universoe 
Germanioe, confectus anno 1615. 652, 
£ 152. 

Arns and autographs of noble 
German familiescollected by P. Vernati, 
1615. 2035, passim. 
Of an Emperor's 
the electors, 17th cent. 
135 b. 

election, and of 
1756, ft: 133- 

Epitaphia Caroli Magni et aliorum, 
17th cent. 1898, f. 19-21. 

, EMPERORS OF. 
Vision in A.D. 886, 
1580, L 179. 
HENRY 
widow, the Empress 

CHARLES III. 
13th cent. Lat. 

Letter from his 
Matilda, to Arch- 
bishop Becket, [.166-1167J. Cqpy, 14th 
cent. 1777 f.45. 
O THO IV. Letter to his uncle 
.lohn King of England, on behalf of 
Archbishop Langton, [1207-1208]. I, at. 
Copy. 2478, f. 70 b. 
FREDERIC IL Correspondence 
with Innocent IV., 17th cent. Lat. verse. 
581, f. 15. 



INDEX. 

'213 

Germany, EMPERORS OF. 

Fit ED ER [C 
Il (cont, nued). Epitaphium in, 17th 
cent. 581, £. 15 b. 
FREDERIG III. Of his recep- 
tion at Rome, [1464--1471], by Paul I1., 
17th cent. 1756, ff. 123-130. 
Aquavitte» qua vitam suam 
diu nustentavit, 17th cent. 3505, f. 214 b. 
MAXIMIL[AN. Proclamation 
of the articles concluded betv, him and 
Henry Vil. of England, 1502. Lat. and 
EngL 747, f. 62 b. 
CHARLES I Extracts tel. to, 
from BrantSme and others, 17th cent. 
Ff. 1019, ff. 195 b-205. 
Relation of his success 
against Francis I., by F. de los Cobos, 
17th cent. Span. 2798. 
Instructions pour ses Am- 
bassadeurs vers Clemeut Vil, [t524]. 

2103, ff. 102-143 b. 
Alliance 
England and A ustria, 
2103, ff. 203-206. 
. . Correspondence 
Clement Vil., 1526-1529. .Lat. 
ff: 11-51, 66, 75-79. 

of, with Rome, 
[t525]. 

with 
2103, 

Treaty with Francis I., 
1526. Ff. 2103 ff. 80-101. 
• Negotiations at Palentia 
for reformation of the Peace of Madrid, 
1527. Fo. 2103, ff. 209-246 b. 
Treaty, as Duke of Luxem- 
bourg with the Archbishop of Trères 
1537. Lat. 2103, fl: 6-10. 
Allegations of his com- 
missioners at Brussels on the Merchants 
Adrenturers' privileges, 1545, 1548. 
Lat. 2103 ff. 68-74, 164--168. 
- Articuli damuorum ex 
parte subdiorum Anglioe commissariis 
ejus ab oratoribus Anglioe exhibiti, 1545. 
2103, ff. 193-196 b. 
Arhcles of his commis- 
sioners for protection of Eglish and 
German merchants, 1545. Ff. 2103, 
f. 197. 
Articles prohibited to his 
subjects from carrying into countries at 
warwithEngland: 1545. Ff. 2103, f. 198. 
Ratification of peace with, 
by Henry VIII., 154. Lat. 2103, ff. 
199-201. 
--  Remembrances from, to 
his son, Philip Il, 1548. 1710, ff. 23- 
28 b. 
•  Letter from the Diet of 
Augsburg to .Henry II. of France, 1555. 
Ff. 2103, f. 180. 

Gemany, EPERORS OF. CHAILES' V. 
(,'ontinued). "Recvs" framed at the 
l)iet of Augsburg for establishing a peace 
with the Protestants 1555. Er. 2103, 

ff. 182-184 b. 
Instructions, in 
his son, Philip II., 17th cent. 
Arms, sut fi'om 

1558, 
1432. 
titlepage 
of a Spanish printed book, 16th cent. 
2984, f. 4. 
FERD[NAND L Tabula pro- 
sapioe ejus, 17th cent. 2764, f. 25. 
Epistolœe duoe ad, a G. 
Postelio, 1560. 1413 or 2959, ff. 8J,-91 b. 
MAXIMIL IAN 1L Aeeount 
the introduction fo, of the Ambassador 
of the Great Duke of Museovy, 157.;. 
Lat. 3299, f. 37. 
Dispositio orationis qua 
legatus Coesareus Magnos Duees bloseovioe 
ad foedus contra Tureas invitat, 17th 
cent. 2144, ff. 114--116. 
-- Allusion to a fat ox givelt 
by the inhabitants of Utrecht to his 
daughter, 17th cent. Ff. 2764, f. 22. 
- RODOLPII IL Horoscope, late 
17th cent. Ff. 1009, f. 96 ;--1532. 
1770, f. 156. 
.  The state of Scotland 
represented to, by the Bishop of Ross, 
1578. )'at. 16» f. 4. 
Matters discussed at the 
second audience of the Bishop of Ross, 
1578. Lat. 16, f. 6. 
- Modus tractandi vegeta- 
bilia alchemica ci per E. Kelley missus, 
159ï. 3706, f. 15. 
B. Valentini elucidatio 
alchemica ci :rb Archiepiscopo Coloniensi 
Pragam transmissa 1608. 2125, 
60-68. 

-- Account of the embassy 
sent to him and to the Princes of 

Germany, by Ferdinand I. of Tuscany, 
1609. L«t. 79, ff. 202-210. 
FE.RDINAND IL Scheme of his 
nativity, 1578. Lat. 1709, f. 144. 
- Correspondence with 
En,ff. and L«t. Copies. 

James I., 1621. 
30, ff. 9, 13. 

. Letter to B. de Zuiiiga, 
1621. Transl. 1775. ff. 69-71 b. 

Propo»itions from the 
Deputies of the Free States of Germanv 
to the States General, with the answer, 
1632. TransL 22, f. 8. 
Consilium medicum pro 
lmpel'atrice Leonora oh visus debilitatem, 
1646. 2253 ff. 307-313 b. 



Germany, EMPEROI:SOF. MA TTH[A8. 
Horos ope, 1557. 17719, £ 149. 
• Articles of peace with the 
Elector of Saxony, 1635. TransL oo 
f. lOb. 
FEI?DINA_ND [IL Scheme of hi 
nativity, 1608. Lat. 1707, f. 8. 
• -- Relatio de ejus fatali 
morbo, 1657. .866, f. 120 b. 
LEC)I'OLD 1. Horoscope, 1640. 
2282, f. 18. 
Letter fo the Palatine oi 
Hungary, 1660. L,,t. Copy. 1908,£ 95b. 
The Herald of Regensburg 
,,n the war witl Turkey, by C. H. L. I'. 
I. G., 1664. T,'ansl. 2541. 
- Catalogue of his curiosities, 
by Sir T. Browne, 1669. 1879, ff. 58-66 b. 
Catalogue of his curiosities 
i,y Dr. E. Browne, 1669. 19:2, f. 48. 
List of books bor owed br 
Dr. E. 13owne out of the lml,eril 
library, 1669. 1922, f. 51. 

CHA #Z ES l'T. 
election, 1711. Germ. 
LITERATURE OF. 

Verses on his 
2885, f. 45. 
Collectanêa ad 

rem litterariam Germanioe spectantia, 
18th cent. 2994 lE 61-72, 87-100. 
Catalogue of Gennan and I)utch 
bo«_&s, ch'c. 1700. 904, ff. 1-13 b. 
German vocabulary, by E. l(oemlfer , 
17th cent. 2924, ff. 51-58 b. 
Gernlor (Lucas), Pro.fessor of Theology 
(t Basle. Autograph in album, 1670. 
1795 or 2597, £ 15. 
Gersono (Johannes de). v. Charlier de 
Geraon (Jean). 
Gersten (Christianus Ludovicus), $Iathc- 
matician and Astronome,'. Letter to Sir 
1t. Slo«ne on his invention of an arith- 
metical machine, with draviug, [1733]. 
Transi. 4026, ff. 9-15. 
Gery (William), of Grcat Mîsscndcn. 
Will, 150. Lat. 747, f. 68 b. 
Gesner (Conrad), called Eonymus ; 
Professor af Z, trich University. Alche- 
mical receil,ts out of his Eouymus, 
17th cent. Germ. 1389, ff. 216 b-248. 
Medical extracts from his The- 
.aurus, 17th cent. 738, ff. 126-138 b. 
Quædam ex, 17th cent. 31  9, ff: 
194 b-198. 
For di:tillacions» out of, 16th cent. 
744 ff. 35-37. 
Formerlv owned MSS. 3129-3131. 

Gesta lomanorum, 15th cent. 
Geston 
1699. 

(Joseph). Letter to J. 
Copy. 4062, f. 314. 

Ghlib, A,'tb Physicitt». 
ce,t.. 3647, f. 9 b. 

4029. 
Ellis, 

Vita, 18th 

hent, in 1.'lawl,»s. Lettre du Card. 
l:ichelieu h Louis XIV. sur la prise de, 
1;78. 2868, t 3. 

Gibbes (Jacques Alban), 3LD. 
by 31. Bacon, 17th cent. Lat. 

Gibbes (Jo--). 
1935. 

Formerly owned 31S. 

Gibbon (Edmuud). Formerlyowned 
34. 

Gibbon (John), 1;luemantle (1671-1718). 
Owed Ms. 904, ff. 53-68 b. 

Gibbon (Nicholas), D.D., Rec.'or of Serea- 
o,ks and C;,»fe Castle. Tender of, unto 
the Christian Church for the reeoncilia- 
tion ofdifferences, c5"c. 1640. Lat. and 
EngL 648, ff: 2-9. 
Gibbon (William), T,'easurer of Chist's 
H,»spitaL MS. 996 was dedicated t% in 
Gibbons (E, lwar,l). Horoscope by Dr. 
F. Bernard, 1633. 1707, f. 24 b. 

Gibbons ('l'--r). Note of his birth, 
1604, and illness, 1679. 1708, : 112. 

Gibbons 

(William), ;I.D. Letters to 
Sir ll. S|oane, [1691], and n.d. 4026, 
f. 420; 4059, f. 57. 
- Letter to, from Il. Atherton, 169ï. 
4062, f. 251. 
-Letter to, from H. Crow 1697. 
4062, f. 273. 

--------- Letters to, ff'oto A. Ashe, 1698. 
4037, ff: t5, 117. 

l.etter t% ri'oto A. Baskervile, 1698. 
407, f. 28-L 

Gibbons (William). Letter fo Sir H. 
Sloane, n.d. 4026, f. '294. 

Gibbs (Henry). Warrant to, to take 
game for the stocking of Hampton 
Court Park, 1(;. 856, f. 9 b. 

Gibello, Mount, in Sicilg. View o 
by Cal»t. J. Kempthorne, 1688. 
f. 25. 

Gibraltar. Chart of, by Capt. J. Kem r- 
thorne, 1688. 3665, f. 10. 

Gibs (Thomas), of Tn'nit:/ Coll., Cambr. 
Notes of his sermons, by D. Foote, 17tl 
cent. 598, ff: 10 b 51. 



INDE. 

213 

Gibson (Edmund), Bhop successi,,eO 
Linvln and Londoa. Letters to Sir H. 
Sienne, 169-1739. 4037, ff. 213, 337, 
346: 4046, ff. 258, 273 ; 4019, f. 42 ; 
4055, C 287; 4056, f. 151. 
Letter to, 6igned « Christodulus," 
1728. 4050, f. 27. 
• Certiticate of the truth of E. 
Beauvoir's petition, [1728]. 4049, f. 
1765. 
Medical case of his daughter sent 
by, to Sir H. Sloane, n.d. t[olog,'. 

4078, f. 348. 
Verses on 
Harris, 18th cent. 
Gibson (George). 
888. 

his recovery, by J. 
3516, L 185. 

Formerly owned 31.'5_'. 

Gibson (John), Dean qf Down. Inscril,- 
tion, in 1623, on his tomb. Copp, 1738. 
4055, f. 336. 

Gibson (John). Letter to----- Man, 
n.d. 4066, L 346. 

Gibson (John). Formerly owne,l 
1521. 

Gibson (Richard), Chier Cierk in the 
3Vav:l Office. Certificates of his service, 
1652-1712. Printed and M. 2572, 
ff: 79-87. 
Memorial to Adm. Russell again.t 
victualling the Navy by eontraet, 169. 
2572, ff. 88-90. 
Proposais f,,r regulating the Navy. 
1695. 2572, ff. 61-78. 
Gibson (Thomas), of Il/are, co. H«rtL 
" A treatise apologetica]l for huntinge" 
tçmp. Jas. l. 3543. 
Gibson (Thomas). Syntaxis Mathe- 
matica, 1655. Extracts. 2281, f. 24. 
Gibson (Thomas), M.D. Letter to Sir 
H. 81oane, 1720. 4046, L 19. 
Gibsone (A--), Merchant of D«ntzig. 
Letter to Sir H. Sloane, n. d. 4059, 
L 59. 

Gidley (John), of London. Letter to 
----, l t89. 4062, f. 233. 
Gi egorio (Fra n cesco)," Discepolo ar.A rnob l 
di Villa Nova." Mirabilis experientia, 
17th cent. 3697, f. 73. 
Giessen, in Darmstadt, Germany. Re- 
solutio medîci problematis in Academia 
Giessensi, 1658. 2880, ff. 210-220. 
Giffard (John), M.D. Prescriptions, 
16.I4. 520, ff. 17 b, 18. 
Oiffard (Peter), of Chillim3ton , c,o. Staff. 
Letter to Sir H. filoane, 172. 4075, 
f. 167. 

Gifford (Dr. Thomas). Medical receipts 
late 17th cent. 1087, f. 63. 
Oiflheyl (Ludwig Friedrich). Pro- 
phecies relating to Germany, etc., 17ti 
cent. 648, f. 47. 
Declaration or manifestation of the 
causes of the destruction in E,glan,1, 
addresscd fo, 17th cent. 64_, f. 57. 

Gifthayle. ,,. Gifftheyl. 

Gigas (Johann), of Fceystadt. On pesti- 
lence, 17th cent. Germ. 2991. 
Gigault (Bêrnardin),. Marquis de t,'elh'- 
ronds, Mare'chai. Letter to, from ]. 
Armand, 1678. Ff. 631, f. 187. 
Gigur (John), M, ster of Tattershall Col- 
lege, co. Line. Owned, circ. 1440, MS. 
1210. 

Gil (Alexander), lligh JIaste,'of St. Paul's 
School. Treatises on various subjects, 
1600. 11olo1r. 3722, ff. 24-86. 

Gilbert, Cardbtal. Opus alchemicum, 
15th cent. 3457, fi 165. 

Gilbert (Sic Geoffi'ey), Chier Baron ,,f 
the ExcheTwr. Itistoricai account ,,f 
the Court of Exchequer, 1735. 3619. 

Gilbert (Henry). Warrant granting to, 
the guardianshi 1, of Miss D. Savage, 
tcmp. Chas. ll. 856, : 29 b. 

Gilbert (Henry), of Locko ; M.P. fo," ,:,,. 
Derby. Letter to t he Bishop of Lich- 
field and Coventry, 1716. 4065,'f. 245. 

Gilbert (85" John). 
step-brot ber, Sir 
1519, f. 13». 

Letter to, fl'om his 
W. Ralegh, 1586. 

Gilbert (William), of 
Queen's County, Iceland. 
Lord Falklaad, 162, 1626. 
37, 98. 

Ma'.borou:]h, 
Letters to 
3827, ff. 35, 

Gilbertus (Anglicus). Laurea Anglicana, 
sire compendium medicinœe» 15th cent. 
.°72. 

Gilbourne (Thomas), M.D. 
peutica, [1626-35j. Hologr. 

Thera- 
3616. 

Gilby (John),son of Sir Theoptilus Gilby. 
Acquittance for the purchase money «,t' 
his fitther's house at Tangier to Lieut. 
F. Juckes 1667. 3509, f. 187. 

Gilby (Sir Theophilu.). Warrant for 
payme,at of £600 to, 1661. 856, f. 40. 

Gilder (John), soldier af Tan.qier. 
against, by E. Roth, ch'c. 1671. 
f. 73. 

Charge 
3514, 

Gildon, of co. 8outh«nts, Familg of. 
Arms, 16th cent. 2401, f. 2 b. 



INDEX 

Giles, S. Vîta, 12th cent. 1772, ff. 9-14. 
Aquoe mediciua|es, 15th cent. 351, 
2.3-24 b. 

Giles 
respondence vith J. Luke, 1666. 
t'. 131. 
Inventory of goods of 
Juckes, 1669. 3514, f. 18. 

(John), Captain, at Tangier. Cor- 
3509, 

Gilgate (Philip). Letter to, fi'om ilis 
siter Elizabeth, 1564. 3199, f. 258. 

Gilius (Petrus), Bd,j,,. 
(Petl'US), of Antwerp. 

v. .Egidius 

Gilks (Moreton). Letter to Sir 
Slo:me, 1735. 4054, f. 110. 

Il. 

Gill (Alexander). v. Gil. 

Gill (Elizabeth), wife of Edward Gill, of 
Tanqier. Exami,,ation of, in a case of 
theft, 1673. 3514, f. 175. 

Gill (Thomas), JLD. Tractatus de partu, 
etc., 17th cent. llologr. 2147. 
Abridgment of Statures of the 
College of Physicians, 1697. 3914, f. 61. 
Owned MS. 2142. 

Gillbe (Humphrëy), M«ster M,o'i, wr. 
l[eceil»t for a chest containing a head of 
:t hippolotamus sent by 5I. Dunoquet 
t« Sir Il. Sloaue, 1737. Ff. Signal. 
4O55, f. 173. 
Gilleland (Margaret), of Balloarua,« 
Letter to ber foster son, Sir H. Sloane, 
169 l. 4036, f. 112. 
Gilly (Richard). Letter to his brother, 
1678. 2148, £ 194. 

Gillyflower (Matthew). Letter 
------Crow, 1696. 4071, f. 108. 

to 

Gilpin (George), A,nbassador to th¢ 
Netherlands. Instructions to, 1598. 
Copy. 33, f. 2. 
Oilpin (Luke), F«llow of Trinity College, 
«ul Junioc P,'octo,', C«mbri&.te. Cor- 
respondence with G. Harvey, 1574. 
Copies. 93, ff. 93 b, 94. 
Ginger (W--), of ldlesl, orough, co. L'ucs. 
Letters to Sir H. Sloane, 1729, 1732. 
4075, ff. 168» 195. 
Ginkel (Gen. Godart de), afterw. Ist 
E,rl of Athlone. Acc,unt of his siege 
of Athlone, 1691. 3065, f. 62. 
Giovanetti (Paolo). Sonetlo Toscano 
a]la Marchesa Strozzi, 1695. 2756, 
f. 113. 

Giovannetti (Antonio). Sonetto Tos- 
cano alla Marchesa 8trozzi, 1695. 2756, 
f. 95b. 

Gipps (Sb" Richard), of G,'eat Webwtham, 
co. Suif. Letter ou the historieal col- 
lections ruade by Sir S. D'Ewes, 1697. 

970, f. 1. 
Giraldus de Barri, 
deacon of St. David's. 
Cambrioe, 17th cent. 

6'amb,en.sis, Arch- 
De illaudabilibus 
1710, ff. 146-150. 

Girard (----), Oc,dist. Letters to Sir 
H. Sloane, n.d. Fr. 4059, ff: 61, 62. 

Girardin (Jacques Felix de), Abbe'. 
Letters to 8ir H. Sloane, 1732-1742. 
Ff. 4052, fL 237, 376; 4053, f. 19t; 
4056, £ 279; 4057, ff: 24, 105. 
Letters to, from Sir H. Sloane, 
1733-174½, and n.d. Fo. 4068, f. 203 ; 
4069, ff. 55, 71, 167. 
Giraudeau (M--), of H,e 
Chamber to Qu. Arme. Sir II. 
Sloane, 1709. 

Treasurer 
Letter to 
4042, f. 10. 

Oiret (Doct. --). Reguloe grammaticze, 
17th cent. 1801, ff. 2-17. 
Giron (Rodrigo), Duq,w de Ossuna. 
8peech in the King's naine to the Estates 
of PortugaI, circ. 1600. Span. 3610, 
ff. 20-22. 

Gisby (Riçhard), of [steworth, co. Middl. 
Warrant appointing him deputy game- 
keeper for ten miles round Hampton 
Court, temp. Chas. II. 856, f. 40b. 

Gislenius (Augerius), Seigneur de Bus- 
becq ; Imperial Ambassdor fo wkey. 
Extract concerning the plague from the 
Epistles of» 17th cent. 'l'rmsL 791, 
f. 14b. 

Giuntini (Jerome). Letters to Sit" 
H. ,51oane, 1726-1731. ltal. Lat. and 
Ff. 4048, L 233; 4049, f. 209; 4051, 
ff. 89, 152, 291 ; 4)52, f. 10. 
Letter fo, from Sir H. Sloane, 1730. 
Lat. Draft. 4051, f. 153. 

Oiusti (Filippo), "Medico Fi.,ico Ordinario 
del [llustrisimo Contado di G oritia." 
Consilium medicum, 17th cent. 2253, 
£ 247 b. 

Giustiniani (Bernardo), lCetian Am- 
bassado; to Germany. Consilia medica 
pro delirio conjugis, ejus, 17th cent. 
')253,. ff. 235-237. 
Giustinîani(Michele), Abbate. Treatise 
on Malta addressd to, by G. F. Buon- 
amici, 1667. 1rai. 763, ff. 8-14. 

Glandorp (Matthias), M.D., of Cologne 
and 13remvn. Speculum chirurgorum, 
1619. 2z88 ; 3804, ff. 1-75. 
De polype narium 1628. 3804, 
ff. 76-98. 



INDEX. 

Glandor (Mathias 
Giandorp (Matthias). 
Glanuill (Elianor). 
n.d. 4066, f. 349. 
Glanuill (W--). Verses 
Col[ege, 1662. 363, ff. 
ff. 116-120 b. 

Ludovicus). v. 

Letter fo-----, 

on Gresham 
38-41 ; 1326, 

(3Hanv-il (-----). Note of his birth in 
1639, and marriage in 1664. 1708, 
f. 112. 

Glanvile (Madam 
from J. Petiver, n. d. 

Letter to, 
4067, L 83. 

Glanvile (E--), of Bristol. Letter to 
J. Petiver, 1702. 4063, f. 180. 
Glanvill (Sir John), Jun. ; Speal:er of 
the IIouse of Commons. Original account 
as secretary, of Sir E. Cecil's expeditioa 
against Cadiz, 1625. Signed. 3816. 
Speech in the conference of both 
Houses, 1628. 826, f. 107. 
Speeches, as Speaker, at the openiug 
of Parliamcnt, 1640. 1200, ff. 4 b, 7. 
(lanvill (Joseph), Prebendary of B'or- 
cester. «, Blow at Modern Sadducism," 
17th cent. &'xtract. 2279, f. 3. 
Glanville, Family of, Barons of 13ron- 
holme, l'edigree, 16th cent. 1301, 
f. 388 b. 
Glanville (Bartholomew de). v. Bar- 
tholomoeus, Anjlicus. 
Glaser (Josias), Swcdish Residcnt af 
Strassburg. Letters to, from Prof. 
Dorsch, and J. Dury, 1633. Lat. 
Copies. 402, ff. 16-91 ; 654, f. 45. 
Glasford (Wlliam), Horticu!t,rist. Trea- 
tises on ri.uit trees and f]owers, and on 
English viueyards, 1671-1681. 3569. 
Olasgow, City of. Foundation charter 
St. Kentigern's chantry in, by the 
Zat. lmperf . 

of. r. Beaton 

of 
Earl of Stratherne, n. d. 
copy. 3199, f. 87. 
Glasgow, Archbishop 
(James). 

Glass. Receipt to cut, join, or bend glass, 
15th cent. Engl. and I, at. 692 f. 100 b. 
Glasses, Drinking. Drawings and 
measurementa, 1667-167 I. 857, passim. 
Glass-Sellers Company, of Zondon 
v. London. 

(lastonbury, co. Soin. William of 
Malmesbury's " De antiquitatibus Glas- 
tonioe," 17th cent. Extract. 1775, 
f. 179 b. 

(latton, co. H,,nts. Appropriation of 
the church fo Missenden Abbey, 14. 
Lat. 747, f. 44 b. 

Olauber (Johauu Rudolph). Furi 
Philosophici, 1647. £agL 3724 ff. 1- 
90 b. 
• Notes fi-om his « Colloquia studi- 
sorum Hermeticoe medicinoe" 17th cent. 
3633, ff. 20-25 b. 
De natura salium ex, 17th cent. 
1392, ff. 26-29. 
Excerpts fom his works, 17th 
cent. I, at. 2534, ff: 25-40 ; 3118, 
ff: 436-474b ; 3119, ff. i98 b-i02 b; 
3738, ff. 72-74 b. 

Glauburg (Johannes Adolphus à), o.t 
Frankfu,'t. Autograph in albuln, 1696. 
2360 f. 36. 

Gleane (Sir Thomas), 2,ul P, art. of lIa,'d- 
wicke. Letter to Sir H. S|oane, [16913. 
Lat. 4059, f. 64. 

Gleischbach (Siegmund Friedrich). 
Freilerr von. Consilium medicum pr,, 
ejus hernia intestinali, 1641. 2253. 
ff. 165 b-168, 170-173 b. 

Glentworth (Mary), cf« of --- Gle,t- 
worth, of tu./by. Letter to her son, 
J. Petiver, n.d. 4066 f. 350. 

Glisson (Francis), M.D., Regius Pro- 
.fcssor of Physic at Cambrid,.le. Medica| 
lectures in the College of Physician.% 
17th cent. En:IL and lat. Autog,'. 
3306-3315. 
l'refaces to his Anatomical lec- 
tures at the College of l'hysician% 1641. 
Lat. and 'mdL 3315, ff. 1-8. 
Medical observations, 1644-1648. 
Engl. and Lat. 3258, A. ff: 42-100. 
Adversaria medica et anatomica, 
1651-1657. 681. 
Co||ectanea philosophica et medica, 
late 17th cent. 11bgr. 574, B. 
Medicai and anatomical papers, 
17th cent. 1116, ff. 4-48. 
Excerptiones ex anatomia epati.% 
17th cent. 2326 ff. 4-57. 
Summary of characters of British 
kings and t:oman emperors, 17th oent. 
2251» ff. 3-16. 
l'apers relatin to the salary of 
his Professorship, 17th cent. 2251, 
ff. 17, 20, 63, 85, 92 105, 112, 115, 120 
121. 

Letter conc. the reversion of his 
Professorship, n.d. 1116, fi 3. 
Appointment by, of Dt'. Brady, as 
Deputy-Professor, 1675. 2251, ff. 19. 
Order ot'the Protector and Council 
to the Receiver-General of Revenue fol" 
paytnent of salary to 1654. 2251, f. 6.q. 



2[8 INDEX. 

Glisson (Francis), M.D., 27egius Pro- 
fcssor of .Physic ,,t Camb,'idge ( continucd). 
Letters respectiug the lmrchase of Ram- 
pisham farm, 1665. 1116, f. 2. 
].case of a tenoment by, to S. ltorne, 
1666. 2251, t: 84. 
l.ettcrs fo, 1647-167. 2251, 
tt: 20 b-26, 28-30, 8s, 93 b-95, 9b- 103, 
106, 113, 118-119. 
Lctter fo, fl-om T. Saunders, 1671. 
111(3, f. 44. 
Letter to, ri'oto W. Gould, n. d. 
3312, f. 218. 
List (,t" books to l,e purch,sed by, 
for his br,,lher llenrylTth cent. 2251, 
£ 116 
Note of hi. death at about 83 
years of ag, 1677. 81;, f. 219. 

Glisson (llen,'y), 
List of books ri)r, t o 
his brocher. Dr. F. 
oo. f. 116 b. 
Letter 
Glisson, 1647. 

3L D., of C.lchester. 
be l,urchased by 
Glisson, [1647]. 

to bis br,,ther, I)r. F. 
oo - j,. 
._..)1, f. ' ' 

Glisson (.h,hn), of 3ho'nhull, co. Dors. 
Letter to his brother, Dr. F. _,lsson, 
1647. 2251, f. 24. 

u i.fe of I)r. Francis 
t« b from ber father, 
2251, f. 96. 

Glisson (.Maria), 
Glis.on. Lettêr 
T. 3h, rgan, 16.38. 

Globes. ,, t],e use of the globes, 17th 
cent. 569. 

Descril»tion of a large globe made 
in Ilo]stein, 17th cent. (,.m. 651, 
f. 175 ; 652, t: 194. 

Gloma (C]tritian de), 1)eacon of the 
( ,, meltte .lion ,ter!t, ];rusels. Dis- 
l,ensation fo, on account of his illegiti- 
macy, 1243. Lat. 3319, f. 155 b. 

Glossaries. Glossarium verborum 
Latinoruln, 14th cent. 3551, 1: 149. 
r. Biblesworth (Wauter de). 
Dic/ionaries. 

Gloucester, 6b,«nty of. Lift of deeds 
relating to, in possession of W. Char- 
leton, 166._'5. 3(.)62, f. 1. 
Diocese of. Letter of the Bishop 
o» tbrming a public library fol., 1629. 
1199, f. 92 b. 
Royal letters fo the Dean and 
Chapter commen,latory of R. Broadgate 
to be almsman in the Cathedral, temp. 
Chas. II. 856, t: 34 b. 
Bishop of. v. Goodman (Godfrey). 
Gloucester, Alianora, ,r(fe of Hum- 
phrcy, _Igu@ of. 0wned hlS. 248. 

Gloucester, ltenry, Duke of. 
(ttenry). 

v. Stuart 

Gloucester, ttumphrey, Du:'e of. Ca- 
nones pro tabulis ejus astronomicis 
secundum Fratrem Randolfe 15th cent. 
407, ff. 224-226. 
Household accompt at l.eicester 
and Pomfret, 15th cent. 248, f. 1. 
Se;,l ; COlfiel , 1.Sth cent. 3424, f. 11. 

Gloueester, 
t2u. Anne. 

Wiiliam, Duke of, son of 
v. Stuart (William). 

Glover (Mary), du,t. of ŒEEim. Glorer of 
Little Alllllows ir Thames Street, 
Loulon. Medical case of, by S. Bred- 
well, 1603. 8al. 

Glover (Richard). 
372. 

Formerly owned IIS. 

Glover (Robert), So,r, erset II«r,,ld. 
tracts ri'oto his collections, 1655. 
t: l12b. 

Ex- 
1429, 

Glyn (tlugh), 3LD., of CI«ster. Collec- 
tion of medical receipts, 1555. 398. 

Goa, in E. I,,di,. Chart of, by Capt. J. 
Kempthorne, 1688. 3665, f. 46. 

Gourd (Christopher), youn.qest son qf Ber. 
Geo. t;o,«l, l,'ellow of Eton. Ensign's 
commission to, fi'om Lord Peterborough, 
1662. 3299, f. 83. 

Goad (Dr. John), lIe,,d 
chant Taylors' Schoc,1. 
logia for the year 1660. 

3Iaster of Mer- 
Astro-Meteoro- 
1731 A. f. 32. 

Goad (RogeO, Proost of lGng's '%llege, 
C«,nb,'idge. Quoestiones theologicoe in 
vespere Comitiorum Cantabrigloe dis- 
putatoe [1569.]. 478, ff. 5 b, 22 b. 

Gourd (Thomas). Gnon of lVinchester, 
and Rector of Hadlebjh, co. Suif. Letter 
to Bishop Andrewes, n.d. Lat. 118, 
f. 46. 

Goad (Thomas), .Re.q;,,s Profe.,sor of Civil 
Law, (.'a»drrid,je. Ot,inion ofthe meaning 
ofaclause in Emmanu-1College Statures, 
n.d. .,4utogr. 1739, f. 83. 

GiSbel (Joannes 3lelehior), of Lubeck. 
Letter to C. Schroedter, 1702. Germ. 
2876, f. 172. 

Gocelinu s, Monachus Cantuariensi. 
Confortarius liber, 12th cent. 3103. 

Goeh (ttenry). 
773. 

Formerly owned blS. 

Godcliue (George). 
MS. 456. 

Formerly owned 



INDEX. 219 

Goddard (J«,natban), M.D., Professo,'of 
Ph!/.çic at Gr«s/am Co[/ege. Collectanea 
de lli»toria Natural], 17th cent. Holojr. 
1139. 
Chemical receipts, 17th cent. 
Let. and Engl. Ilologr. 1159, ff: 20-42. 
-------Phil«,sophieal papers, 17th cent. 
2903, ff. 67, 83. 
Goddard (Joseph), of Christ's lIospitat, 
L,m«lon. Speeimens of hand-writing, 
1664. 994, ff: II b, 12 ; 995. 
Goddard (William). Origin of lh 
eraft ofphysie, 1405. 2276, ff. 231-240. 
Gbdde (Brostorp). Letter to, from----- 
l),îerodt, 1650. 2996, f. 21. 
Godersen (Joachim), Canon of IIamSur,j. 
Epitaph on A. Crantz, 1647. Lat. 
888, f. 15. 
(odfraye (Henry), Vi¢«r of Stallsfi«Id, 
co. Kent. Bond with W, lIeet,w ,f 
Mel'sham, 1546. Lat. 3556, f. 7 b. 
Godfrey (Ambrose), Sen. Letters to 
Sir H. Sienne, 1721-1733. 4046, ri: 93, 
362 (P.&); 40t7, ff. 196, 274, 340; 
4048. ff. 78, 14 ; 4051, f. 224 ; 4052, 
ff. 312-316 b. 
Letter to Dr. J. Woodward, 1725. 
IIolo.qr. copg sent to Sir H. Sloane. 
4047, f. 3I. 
Godîrey (Ambrose), Jun., Chemist. Let- 
ter to ir H. Slone, 1734. 4053, f. 24.'». 
Godfrey (Boyle), 3LD., eldcst s,m of 
4mr,s¢ Godf,'ey. Letters to Si," 

Sloane, 173à-1742, and n.d. Lat. and 
End. 4052. f. 251; 4053, f. 334; 
4054, ff. 150, 164, 168, 170, 175, 02, 
206-209 b, 312 ; 4057, f. 152 ; 4059, 
ff: 65-74 b. 

Godin (Louis). L¢tter o Sir H. Sloae, 
1735. Ff. 4053, ff. 378. 
Godman (Henry), of B'hetstnc. Letter 
to, from his brother William, 1657. 
414, f. 34. 
Godnlan (Willkm). Letter fo his 
brother Henry, 1657. 414, f. 34. 
Owned, in 1657, MS. 414. 
Godman (Willmm), of Bristol. Letter 
fo H. Crow, 1699. 4062, f. 305. 
Godolphin (»'if William), AmbasscMor 
fo 8p«in. lemorials fo the Queen of 
Spain, 1674, 1675. Spun. 3513, ff. 
105-108, 112. 
Correspondence with J. Luke, 1664, 
1674-1675. 3509, f. 68; 3512, ff. 90, 
100, 104, 204. 
Letter fo the Conde de Villaum- 
brosa, 1673. Spa». Copy. 3513, f. 101. 

Godoy 

Letter 
|'vtosi, 1608. 3055, ff. 26-73. 
Relacion de las minas de 
['helipe de Austria de Oruro, 
3055, ff. 167-193. 

«1. Godooy (Philipl,e de). 
to Philip III. on the mines of 

1608. 

Godsalue (Sir John), of 13ueker,«,n 
l.ërry ; Co,q,troller of t/,e Mi, ff. Owned, 
temp. Ew. VI., 5IS. 332. 

Godscot (Matthew), of Rotterd m 
ter to N. Wallington, 1641. 
922, f. 139. 

Godwin (Christopher), 3 ,'chÇnt of lps- 
uich. Petition to Qu. Elizabeth for 
restoration of his wares seized at Ostend. 
n.d. Lat. Copy. 3299, f. 48. 
Godwi (George), Poct. " Vita rugit," 
17th cent.. Lat. verse. 2531, ff. 155-157. 

Godwin 
Letter to [W. Plowden], 
f. 300. 
Letter to Sir II. 
4075, f. 172. 

(Thomas), M.D., of Winchester. 
1723. 4065, 

S|oane, 1728. 

Goeldner (Ehrenfi'ied), of G6,'lit in 
Ober-La,,sitz. Autograph iu album, 
1695. 2360, f. 35. 

Goe tz (), 
L'r,«nden,urg. 
163. 

C/,a:ellor of thc Electo," o] 
l.etter to, from J. Durï, 
654, f. 1. 

Goffe (Diana), of Dorer. 
1660. oo,, f. 18 b. 

lloroscope, 

Golden (John), Master R.N. Exaina- 
tion re.pecting the capture at Tangier 
of a Genoese ship, 1665. 1952, f. 84. 
Golding (Thomas), «:f Ao,.wirh. Algebra 
and analytieal arithmetic, 1660. 1891. 
-- Use of the "Crosse-staffe," 1660. 
1874, ff. 1-18 b. 

Goldschmidt (Peter), Superintcndet of 
Parchi,n in ]l«cklenburq-Schwerin. Bio- 
graphical note on, 1712. Lat. 2890, 
f. 31. 

Goldsmith (Francis), of St. John's 
Coite:te, Oxford ; the transl«tor of Grot&s. 
Letter fo ----, [1630-1632]. I, at. 
118, f. 45. 

Golfo I)ulce, in Co.ta Rien, Cenlral 
America. ]lap of, 1681. 3820, L 103. 

Golini (--), Abbe'. 

Letter on an earth- 
worm round in a hen's etc at Brunswick, 
n.d. Ff. Copg. 398 , f. 280. 

Gollius (J,,hannes), a Pole. Autobio- 
graphy, 1634-1653. Lat. and Polish. 
1361, ff. 110-120 b. 



INDEX. 

Gi:ilnitz (Abraham), Geographer. Con- 
silium medicum pro ejus arthritide, 
17th cent. 2253» f. 63. 
Goltz (Henrich), l)utch PaMter and 
q»',ver. Letter rG F. van Ravelengie, 
1586. Dutch. Copy. 2764, f. 72. 

Gombauld (Jean Ogier de). Souuets, 
17th cent. F,.. 895, ff. 55-59. 
Gombroon. v. Bunder Abbas «1. Gom- 
broon, Persian Gulf. 
Cornera Isle, in the Gmaries. Route 
ri'oto, rG the W. Indies 16th cent. ,q'pon. 
4028, ff. 3-5. . 
Gomez (Pedro). Letter to, from M. 
Cotte% 1600. Lat. 902, f. 4b. 

Cornez de Sanabria (Gabriel), Fiscal 
¢n ht Audiencia rem «le La Plata. Re- 
lacion de las inquietudes de Potosi y de 
los Charcas, 1622-1625. 3055, ff. 127- 
166. 

Gomez de Sylvas (Ruy). Letter to, 
fl'om the French and Si, anish Court 
Jesters, circ. 1558. Ff. 2764, f. 82. 
Gomme (Sir Bernard (le), Milito?¢ 
Engineer. Memorial of the fortifications 
to be erected in 1665-1668 at Tangier, 
1.665. Copy. 3509, f. 88. 
Agreement with T. Reynolds ami 
I ). Thridkill for fortifications at Sheer- 
ness, 166.ï. 2448, f. 50. 
Estimate fi,r repairing the old 
tbrtifications at Portsmouth, 1669. 2448, 
tt'. 22-24 b. 

Estimate for Tilbury Fort, ch'c. 
2448, ff: 47-49. 
Letter to Lord Belasyse, 1665. 
1952, f. 68. 

Gondomar, Conde cte. 
Acu5a (Diego). 
Gondrin (H-- de), 
Letter to Sir H. Sloane, 
f. 50. 

v. Sarmiento de 

French Ref wjee. 
1721. .Ff. 4046, 

Gonzaga (Carlo di), 
Consilium medicum 
373-377 b. 

3[archcse di 8ima. 
pro, 1616. 3133, 

Gonzaga (Gulielmus), M«n.tuoe et Montis 
Fem'ati Dax. v. Mantua, Duke of. 

Gonzaga (Scipione), Ca, dinal l'atriarch 
of Jerusalem. Letter to, from F. detto 
il Volterra, n.d. frai. 2057, f. 15. 

Gooch (Thomas), $LD., of Norwich. Diary 
of his studies at Utrecht, and at Norwich, 
1670-1673. llolor. 161. 

Goodale (John). The Liberties of the 

Clergy, 17th cent. 
Goodall (Charles), 
the Charterhouse. 

1818, ff. 211-219. 
M,D,, Ph,.lsician fo 
Collections relating 

to the College of Physicians, 18th cent. 
3914. 
Letters rG Sir H. Sloane, 1692- 
1709. 4036, f. 375; 4037, ff. 17, 19, 
80, 143, 170, 366; 4039, f. 25J; 4078, 
£ 117. 
Letters rG J. Petiver, 1701-1709. 
3321, ff. 75, 98, 99 ; 4064, f. 207. 
Letter to, ri-oto C. L. Morlev on 
t he virtues of China China, n.d. "Lat. 
[mperf. 1289, ff. 151-154 b. 
Letter rG, fl-om M. Burley, with 
answer by J. l'eiver, 1713. 4034, ff. 
271-272. 

Good Hope, Cape of. Journal by T. 
Clement of voyage to, from Gravesend, 
163-1634. 3492. 
Account of, by J. Maxwell, Il706]. 
IIologr. 3399, tt. 48-53 ;-- 18th cent. 
Copies. 3336, ff. 26-30 ; 3369. 
European plants growing spon- 
taneously at, ch'c. 1700. 2376, f. 117. 
Chart of, by Capt. J. Kempthorne, 
1689. 3665, f. 32 b. 
v. also Cape of Good Hope. 

Goodman 

(Godfrey), Bishop of GIouces. 

Goodridge (Bartholomew). 
1657, IS. 150. 

Owned, in 

Gonzaga, Famdg of. 
1557, f. 1. 

Gonsill, Family 
1429, f. 47. 

Gonsalvo 
Florence. 
2573, f. 52. 

Arms, 17th cent. 

Pedigree, 1655. 

(Pietro), Italien Painter, of 
Alchemical process, 17th cent. 

Gonsales de :lHendoça (Antonio Vas), 
Gover,,or of Faro. Letter to Lord 
Belasyse, 1665. Slan. Cvpy. 3499, f. 59. 

Gnner (Dr. --). Letter to, fi'om 
E. H. Fecht, n.d. Germ. 2876, £ 182. 

Goodricke (H--), of Rilstone 
Borowhbridge, co. York. Letter rG 
Petiver, 171.. 4065, f. 96. 

Goodrich (Thomas), Bishop of Ely. 
Instructions rG» as Ambassador rG France, 
1551. Copies. 2442, ff. 46-50. 

Goodman (John), Roman C,,tholic Priest. 
Reprieval of, by Charles I., 1640. 1467 
f. 60. 

Co29y. 1199, £ 92 b. 

ter. Lettel to - 
Gonn (Alfonso). Khonn (Alphonsus). public library fî-clergy on forming 
v. the dioces% 162o. â 



INDEX. 221 

Goodson (---). 
in 1659, and death in 1660. 

Note of his son's birth 
1708, f. 112. 

Goodwin. v. God win. 

Goodwin (Charles), of Rowfa,t, "nf. 
East Grinstead. Letter to Sir H. Sloane, 
1728. 4049, f. 140. 
Goodwîn (Ellis), of tle,dey-on. Tha»ws. 
Letter to Dr. Colston, 16. 118, f. 101. 
Goodwin (Sir Francis), M.P. for co. 
Bucks. Paper relating fo his case of 
outlawry, [1604]. 1856 ff. 39 b-42. 
Goodwîn (George), of Petcrhouse, Cam- 
bridje. L«tter and verses to Sit" E. 
King, n.d. Lat. 1597, f. 29. 
Goodwin (Henry). Letter to Sir 
Sloane, 1737. 4055, f. 188. 
Goodwin (John), Practitbmer in Mathc- 
a ,t/c. in London. The framiug and use 
the Circumferentor, early 17th cent. 838. 
Goodwin (Ralt,h or Robert), M.P. 
Speech in Parliament, 162. 826, f. 45. 
Goodwin (Richard), o.f Emmanuel Coll., 
Cambrkl,je. Notes of his serinons by 
I). Foote, 17th cent. 598 ff. 113, I16 
118, 126. 
Goodwin (Thomas). Letter to Sir H. 
Sloane, 169. 4037, f. 194. 
Goodyeare (A--). Letter fo Sir Il. 
Sloane, n.d. 4059, f. 75. 
Goodyng, Family of, of Writtle, co. Essex. 
Arms, 15th cent. 2401, f. 2 b. 
Goor (Caspar Sibelius à). Principia 
medicinoe, 1665. 1733, ff. 79-224, 309- 
316b. 
l.etters to P. Colonivs and M. La 
Grue, 1676, 1687. Lat. and Dutch. 
2729 ff. 6, 206. 
Letters to, 1671-1689. 2729. 
Album Amicorum, 1668 - 1671. 

1795. 

Gopylus. v. Goupylus (Jacobus). 
Uoraysky de Goray (Marciau), Nobiffs 
_Polonus. Quoedam ex auditionibus Her- 
metis transcripta ex, 1622. 693, ff. 
69 b-76 b ; 2083, ff. 21-30. 

Gorchen (Mag. Henricus de). 
ehem. 

v. Gorin- 

Gordon (Alexander), Merch«nt. Letter 
to Sir It. Sioane, n.d. Lat. 4059, f. 76. 

Gordon (George), 2nd Marquis of Ituntly. 
Oath to the Covenanters, cire. 1638. 
Copy. 650, f. 90. 

GoIx1on (James), l'is:ount Aboyw, 2nd 
son of the Marquis of ttuntly. Narrative 
of the proceedings of, 1639. 650, f. 95. 

Gordon (John), Britan,o-Scotus ; aftera'. 
Dean of Salisbury ('0" Verses in honour 
of Dt'. T. Muffet, 16th cent. Lat. 741 
o," 4014, f. 3. 

Gordon (Nicholas), M.D , of 
Letter to I)r. A. Farquhar, 1701. 
1362, f. 71. 

13  es& u. 
l'oli»'h. 

Gordon 

(Patrick), 2V, tv«l Chapl«b on 
Il.M.& &disbury. Letters to Sir H. 
Sloane, 169s-1702. 4025, f. 134 ; 4037, 
L 223; 438, ff: 1 l, 178, 330. 
- Lutter to J. l'etiver, 1701. 4t63, 
£ 100. 

Gordon (%--). Letters to Sir Il. Sloane, 
1728, 172. 4050, tt: 10, 63. 
Gordonio (Bernardus de). Tractatus 
medici, 14th cent. 334; 3096, ff. 221- 
344 ; 3502 ;--1470-1477. 2481, ff: l- 
Lilium medicinoe, 13th cent. 257, 
tL 24-37 ;14th cent. 512, ff. 1-269 b ; 
 Jtl fi 
'"ç[; o096 ff. 221-323;--15th cent. 
1612 ff. 4-124. 
- De conserratiçne vitoe humant» 
1311. 3097, ff. 1-61 ; -- 14th cent. 
fiwerf. 3096 ff. 324-330 ;--t470. 

2481 ff. 1-86. 
- Opus medicum 
1428. 

in 4 particulis, 

bilera reddendum, 14th 
f. 14b. 
-- Potio, 14th cent. 

cent. 175-1, 

175t, f. 3"2. 

Experimentum ad tyros faciendos, 
15th cent. 3124, ff. 112-114. 

Particula, 16th (', t. 2411, t' 53 b. 

217, ff'. 7-105. 
De si,nl,licii, us nedicinis, 15tl 
cent. 418, ff'. 1-12 i,. 
Liber urinarum, 14th cent.. 5l"2, 
ff: 345 b-372 b ;15th cent. 59, ff'. 
156-181. 
• De regimine sanitatis, 14th cent. 
5 t2, ff. 293 b-345. 
De phlebotomia, 14th cent. 51 ° 
ff: 270-293. 
De modo practizandi in medicinis, 
13th cent. 2527, ff. 2-37 ;--15th cent. 
134, ff. 170-172. 
Les passions del)is le chiefjusqucs 
aux piez, 1457. 0195, ff. 268-277. 
-------- De gradibus, 15th cent. 217, 
ff. 2-6 b. 
De hydrq)e et de mola matricis, 
17th cent. Engl. 1660, ff. 2-12, 19, 20. 
De pulsibus, 17th cent. Impcrf. 
512, f. 373. 
Electuarium ad hominem insenesci- 



INI»EX. 

Gorgummen (Meyster Albrecht van). 
v. Gork um. 

Gorinchem (Henricus de), 8. 7'. P. in 
U'nieerdtate Coloniensi. Desuperstitiosis 
casibus, 16th cent. 2417, ff. 101-110. 

Goring (George), Baron 6orin.q, afterw. 
1st Earl of Norwich. Letter to Lord 
Fairfax, 1643. 1519, f. 33. 

Goring (Gn. George), elJest son qf Lord 
«;ori,,g. Letter to Pr. Ruper% [1644]. 
1519, f. 54. 
Letter rG, from Charles I., 164  
5" 
1519, f. 58. 
Gorkum (Meysler Albrecht van) Me,Il- 
cal treatise, circ. 1494. l)utch. 3002. 

Gorman (Francis), soldier af T«ngicr. 
Charge against, for neglect of duty, by 
Major Fitzgerald, 1670. 3514 f. 51. 

Gorman (James), 
Taxes 
|lrorks 
1674. 
158 b, 
110, 242 b, 256. 
Order for l,aylnent rG, 166. °. 
1956, f. 6. 

It, eceiver-General of 
and P«ymaster of the Public 
at Tangier. Aeeompts, 1670- 
3510 ff. 16, 216; 3511, ff: 61, 
244 246, 253, 274 b; ô512 ff. 

Gorman (John), M.D. Letter to, ri'oto 
E. O'Hanlon, 1713. 4065, f. 126. 
Goropius (Joannes), lec«nus. Ode in 
M. Modelii carmen 17th cent. 2764, 
f. 74. 

Gorroeus 
1572. 
213. 

(Petrus). Formuloe remedio- 
1551. En.ff. 1643, ff. 3-80 ; 
Priutcd. Imƫrf. 2150, ff. 130- 

Tran.,lation of 
remediorum," by J. 
1894, ff. 2-42. 
Goscelinus, Monachus Cantuaricnsis. 
Gocelinus. 

his " Formuloe 
Stonehalle» 1649. 

Gosline 
Duchess of 
3343, f. 115. 
Gosling,/)r. 

). Letter to, from the 
Beaufort's servant, 1706. 

v. Gostlin (John). 

Gosling (Robert). Letter to Sir 
Sloa,w, 1738. 4055, f. 333. 

H. 

Gosnall, 3Ir. v. Gosnold (J,.hn). 

Gosnold (John), Am, b ,ptist 
Elegy ou S. Hanes, circ. 1665. 
Gosse. c. Teutonicus. 

Gosse (Pierre), J«n., of La llaye. Letter 
to Sir H 51oane, 1740. /}'. 4056, f. 215. 

1738. 

Gostlin (John), 3LD., L'egius Professor 
of l'hysic af Cambrid,.le. Medmai pre- 
scril,ions, 1625. 1408, passi,«; 3989» 
ff. 1-15, passim. 
Gostwyke (Gabriel), Minister of North 
Tawton, co. Devon. Owned, cal'IV 17th 
cent., MSS. 249; 288; 299; 393; 398; 
403-405 ; 521 ; 634. 

Got. (-- 
ceived 
Gertn. 

Goths, 
Dr. F. Bernard, 17th cent. 

). Memoranda of moaeys re- 
from, by P. Moritz, 1687, 1688. 
27)9, t. 95. 
The. Notes on the Goths, by 
3858. f. 36. 

GiSttingen University, in Gerîn,ny. 
Letter cm the cheapnes of living at, 
1736. 4019, f. 19. 

Gottman (J ohannes), Ros;c,',cian. 
lum sapientioe, 167. Germ. 
ff. 53-95 b. 

Gottsched (Joannes). 
Fora Prussica," 18th 
60. 

Note on his 
cent. 3323, 

Gottvaldt (Jean Christoffie). Réponses 
aux questit)ns de la part de la Sei6t6 
Royale de Londres t-uchant l'ambre, 
n.d. 3023, ff. 205-208 b. 
Gouche (Henry), B.D., F«llow of Trinity 
Cbllege, Cambrid.qe. Royal letter to 
the Vice Chancellor and Iteads of 
l{ouses to permit him to proceed at 
once to the degree of D.D., temp. Chas. 
II. 856, f. 13. 
Gouge (William), D.D., Rector of St. 
A,,ne's, Bl«ckfriars, London. Sermon 
in memor" of the accession of Qu. 
Elizabeth, and another sermon, 1639. 
250, ff. 199, 201 b. 

Gough (Rev. ---). Lett er to, from 
Rev. J. Copping, 1737. 4066, f. 120. 

Gough (H). Letter to Sir H. Sloane, 
1703. 4039, f. 196. 
Goulart ($imon), Sert.. of Genev«. Ex- 
trait de les Meditations historiques de 
P. de La Chambre, 1595. 2680, f. 5. 

Gould (William). Letter to Dr. F. 
Glisson, ante 1677. 3312, f: 219. 
Gould (Willmm), .II.D. Letters rG Sir 
H. 5loane, 16.î-1703. 4036, f. 1 ; 4075, 
f. 186; 4078, ff. 122, 124, 166. 
Gouldsmyth (Jonathan), M.D., F.R.S. 
Letter to Sir H. Sloane, 1724. 4075, 
f. 170. 

Goupylus (Jac,,bu.), t:egius Professor 
l"a,'«.iends. Exceptione. ejus in Galeni 
Letters rG, from Sir H. Sloane iibrum r«ll "ro rtomaSo'xw  1553. 
Fr. 406", ff. 349, 349 b. 3043, ff. 16-227. -'-. 



INDgX. '2.23 

Gourdon (Maisre B. de). v. Gordonio 
(Bernardus, de). 
Gourman (James). v. Gorman. 
Gourne¥ (John). Formerly owned MS. 
4013. 
OotLlston (Ellen), widow of Dr. Theod. 
Goul.,ton. Covenant with the CoBege 
«,f Physicians, for founding the Goulston 
Lectureshil, , 1635. 3914, f. 119. 
Ooulston (Theodore), M.D., of 
M,,'tin's, Lud.q.te, L.,ndon. Bequest 
of funds for a ieetureship in the Col|ege 
of Physiciaus, 1635. 3914, f. 119. 
- Medical receipts, ]ate 17th cent. 
1087 ff. 28 76. 
Gower (Humphrey), Master of St..lohn's 
Colle#e, Camhrbhje, and Lady M«rg«ret 
ProJessor of Divinity. Letter to, from 
T. ,,u[dotius, 1706. Lat. draft. 2038, 
f. 8. 
Gower (John), Poet. Of stones and 
herbs a,propriate to the 15 stars in his 
« Confessio Amaulis," 17th cent. 3847, 
f. 83. 
Oower (Thomas). Will, . d. COl;y , 
16th cent. 433, ff: 103 b, 104. 
Graaf (Regnerus de), Physicia, of De/t. 
Abstract, by Dr. Downes, of his treatise 
" De vire, rare orgauis generationi in- 

Orafton (William). 
MS. 3554. 

l:ormerly owned 

Graham (George), Bishop of Ork,,ey. 
Sentence of deposition against, 163.. 
650, f. 73. 

Graham (James), 1st Marquis of Mont- 
rose. Letter to Lord Fairfax, 1644. 
tstg, f. 78. 

Graham (Thomas), 
opening Mrs. 
f. 99. 
- Letel's 
1719, 173. 

M.D. Report os 
Coke's body, 1° 
• '3" 407b, 

to Sir II. Sloane, 171.',, 
4075, ff. 174, 177, 183. 

Oraham (Thomas), M.D. Letter to Si," 
H. Sloane, n.d. 4075, f. 175. 

Oraindorge (André). Lettres philo- 
sophiques au P. de B,islaville, 1672- 
673. Holog«. 2408. 

Oraingo (James). Letter to Sir |f. 
Sloaae. 1688. 4036, f. 37. 

Gramm (HansX, legi«s 
Copen/,agen University. Letters 
H. Sloane, 1726-1736. Lat. 
f. 113; 4049, f. 1; 4054, f. 292. 
Let ters to, from Sir H. 
1737, 1743 and n. d. 
183 ; 4068, f. 315 ; 4069, f. 82. 

Professo,. 
o Sir 

S|oalle, 
3200 t. 

servientibus," 1668. 256, ff. 6-8 b. Grammars. 
Summarium libri "De virorum r- 
ganis generationi inservientibus," 18th 
cent. 3413, ff. 9-12. 
Grabe (.Iohann Ernst). Letter fo Sir H. 
Sloane, 1707. 4040, f. 348. 
Crac (Dom.------). Wrote, in 1484, 

Discourse of grammars. 
their editions and autlors' names, fron, 
Henry VIl. to 1660, circ. 1700. 885, 
ff. 10-109 b. 
Grammatical notes, extraeted ri'on, 
ancient authors, 17th cent. Lat. 1083, 
ff. 75-83 b (reversed). 
• -All,habets of the Greek, Copti«, 

bl. 779. Hebrew, Arabic and Persian languages 
Grae (H), M.D., of Lyons. Presel'ip- 15th cent. 3548, f. 23. ' 
tions tbr " Dominus de Chomeli," 1653. _= - ARAEIC. Elemeata linguoe 
Ar.,bicae, 17th cenl. Lat. and 
1775, ff. 166-177. 
-. . ENGLISIL Grammatical treatises 
and exereises, 17th cent. Engl. and 
Lat. 1466, ff. 214-223» 297-300 b, 303- 
322. 
List of proper names, 
with meanîngs, 17th cent. 3479, 
200-212 b. 
-- De la langue Angloise, 
oculorum," 15th cent. 17th cent. 1381, ff. 130-137. 
ff 79-83 b ;--17th cent. English phrases with 
661, ff. 32-46. Latin equivalents, 17th cent. hn2er f. 
Grafton (Richard), IVarden of the 542, ff. 63-69. 
Grocers" Comp, my. Money cessed by, " ------- Prououncing dictionary of 
for provision of wheat for the citizeus English lTth cent. 1381 ff. 141-147. 
and inhabitantsof London, [1555-1556]. -------- -- Grammatical exercises, 
1207 ff. 35-38. 17th cent. 1466, ff. 7, lœee, 20. 

Lat. 2670, L 13. 
Groevius (Joannes Georgius), l'rofcssor 
Hîçtorice Ordi,a it Ultr,,jectensis. Col- 
legium Bibliotheticum, 1699. 2999. 
Excerpta ex, de numismatibus, 
18th cent. 3407, f. 61. • 
Autogral,h in album, circ. 1668. 
1795 or 597, f. 33. 
Oraffeus (Be::evenutus), Physician, of 
%le»'no. "Jesus de occulis" or " Deus 
lmperf . 284, 
Engi. transi. 



OO . 
-.4 INDEX 

Grammars (c«ainued). E I'R USCAA: 
Alphabctum Etru»cum, 17th cent. 3524, 
ff. 59-67. 
• FRENCII. Conjugatîons of verbs, 
by R. Dove, 15th cent. Fr. 513, ff. 
135-138. 
Rêguloe ,le orthographia 
ll. Dove, 15th cent. 513, 

Gallica, 1,y 
f. 139. 

cent. 1906, 

Fren, h exercises, 17th 
tic 194-207. 
Notes on French et vmology 
gr:Lmmar, 17th cent. Ff: 2653, 

Dictiones et phrases Gai- 
cent. /'. and Enyl. 1898, 

English, 18th 
15th 
tel'ms 
cent. 

matices, 17th 
(rcrersed). 

Vocabulary in French and 
cent. 3585, A. ff. 2-8. 
GREEE. All,habetum Grzecorum, 
cent. 3722, f. 130. 
Vocabulary of medical 
derired flore the Greek, 17th 
Engl., Lat. and Ff. 51 O. 
Verborum Groecorum in 
orationibus quibusdam inventorum signi- 
ficationea 17th cent. 2003. 
------- Parsing of Greek verbs, 
17th cent. 1925, ff. 44-66 b. 
Compeudium Gr.'ecoe gram- 
cent. 1172, fL 44-68 b 

_ Syntaxis Groeco-Latina, 
17th cent. 1172, ff. 69 b-83 b (reversed). 
_ De significatione Lati- 
norum et Groeo.rum verborum, 17th 
cent. 1173, ff. 36-43 b. 
_____-------- Expositio vocum quarun- 
dam Groecarum, 17th cent. 570, ff. 9 b- 
o 
1-, 
De accentibus Groecis, late 
17th cent. 612, f. 9-13. 
ItEBREW. Hebrew - German 
glossary, 17th cent. 2701, ff. 1 b-7 b. 
. ITALIAA: Vocabulary and gram- 
mar, 17th cent. 502, ff. 9-42 b. 
Italian grammar, 17th 
cent. 1906, ff. 160-173. 
_ ---Rules of grammar and 
vocahulary, 17th cent. Ilal. and 
2549, ff. 9 b-7. 

- ltalian-Latin-Arabic voca- 

bulary, 18th cent. 
ff. 10-15. 
. JA PANE8E. 
Japona, 17th cent. 
LA TIN. 
13th-14th eentt. 
47, 182-189 b. 

1,p tf. 3585, A. 

Arte de lengua 
3459. 
Grammatica quoedam, 
1580, ff. 19ç 27 b, 28, 

Grammars. 

LA TIN (contbued). De 
figuris, 14th cent. 2497, f. 1. 
Liber de prosodia, rectrice 
compositus, cire. 1440. 1210. 
De re grammatica, 15th 
cent. 1452, ff. 19 b-41 b. 
 De verbis et nominibus per 
primas litteras notatis, 15th cent. 2017, 
ff. 28-39 b. 
- - Versus de re grammatica, 
15th cent. 145:, ff. 45 b-48. 
- Definitionum collectio, 
15th cent. 1612, t. 411. 
De re grammatica, 17th 
ff. 39 b-47 ; 1783, 
2-29. 

cent. 1190 ; 1385, 
ff. 57-68 b ; 3749, ff: 

Abbreviationes verborum 

Latinorum, 17th cent. 1803. 
Synonyma verborum, 17th 
3776, f. 32 b ; 

cent. 184, ff. 2-30b ; 
4022, ff: 14 b-22. 
De figuris, 
cent. 1222 ff. 2 b-13. 

17th cent. 

17th cent. 1 

verse, 17th ce 
of Latin 
f. 82. 

metrice, 17tl 

l'roprietates verborum, 
1317, ff. 142-147. 
De carminum generibus, 
247, ff. 4-8 b. 
Tables tbr making Latin 
nt. 3769, ff. 18 b-20 b. 
Observations on the study 
grammar, 17th cent. 2251, 

Eementa grammatica lin- 
guoe Latinoe, 18th cent. Lat. and Engl. 
3192, ff. 101-106 b. 
MALABAR. Alphabet, 17th 
Malabarand Germ. 2711, f. 213 b. 

cent. 
PERSIAA r. 
and French. 17th 
47b. 

Phrases in l'ersian 
cent. 2924, ff. 44- 

PRO I'EXCAL. Dialogues in 
Provençal and Ger,nan, 17th cent. 2924, 
ff. 56--5 b. 

SPAN[SIL Compendio del orto- 
grafia Castellana, 17th cent. 424, ff. 
89-102 b. 

Anberes (Hernando de). 
Bellot (Jacques). 
Brito (Gulielmus). 
Conset (Thomas). 
Garlandia (Joannes de). 
Girct (). 
Lloyd (Owen). 
Varo (P«dre Francisco). 

Grammius (Jo--). v. Gramm (Hans). 
Gran, .in Hungary. Plan of, by Dr. E. 
Browne, 1669. 1905, f. 40 b. 



INDEX. 

Granada, in ,¢pain. Description of 
aucient coins and medals round in an old 
Printed. 

building at, 1624. 
3524, ff. 86-89 

lew, q. America. 
Scott, temp. Chas. II. 

Granada, 
of, by J. 
ff: 50-78. 

History 
3662, 

Grandami (Jacques), Astronomer. Con- 
futatiou of hls treatise "De immobilitate 
terroej" by Dr. H. Power 1661. 1393, 
tic 127 b-133 b. 

Grandîer (Urbain), Curé, of Loudun. 
Condemnatio and punishment of, in 
1634, tbr sorcery. Transl., 169. 2205. 

Grandison, Family of. 
1429, f. 41. 

Pedigree, 1655. 

Grandjean de Fouchy (Jean Paul). 
Letter te Sir H. Sloane, 1741. 4057, 
£8. 

Grandorge (John), Chaplain te Lord 
Ti, anet, and Prebenà,ry of C«nterbury. 
Letters te Sir H. Sienne, 1718, 1725. 
4015, f. 128; 4075, ff. 187, 191. 

Grange (John). Poem, 17th cent. Capy. 
1446, f. 37. 

Grangieriuu (Guillelmus). 
3097. 

Bookplate 

Granhardt (Christian), of Han&urg. 
Letters te J. C. Fabricius, 1679-1685, 

Let. 2144, ff. 169-172. 
Corresp-ndence with 
Gerkenus, 1680. Lat. prose 
2144 ff. 125-128 b. 

Consul G. 
and verse. 

Granpont, in Oxford. v. Oxford, City of. 
Grant (D-- ad George), Pse,«don.,/ms of 
P,'of. _R. Bradley. v. Bradley (Richard). 
Grantchester, ce. C«mb.. Notes of 
monuments in the church, 16th cent. 
1301 L 96. 
Grantham (Wil]iam), of St. Paul's Al&y, 
London. Letter te J. Petiver, n. d. 
3322, £ 169. 

Grasseus (Jeannes), dictus Chortalas- 
seus; ,¢ndic of Stralsund. Alchemical 
treatises» 1598. 3639, ff. 118-134 b. 

Grataroke. v. Greatrakes. 

Gratarolus (Gulieimus), M.D. Corres- 
pondence with G. Etshenreuiter, 1567. 
Transi. 3689, ff. 35 b-38. 

J. Braceschi Lignum vitre in Lati- 
hum versus per, 1585. 2528, ff. 66- 
89 b ;i 7th cent. Engl. 3614, ff. 1- 
120 b. 
Names of the philosopher's stone, 
17th cent. 2036, f. 37. 

SLOANE INDEX. 

Gratianus, the Alcemist. Second 
epistle conc. the Argent Vive, 17th 
cent. 3638, ff. 40 b-49 b. 

Gratwicke (John), qf Chichester. Let- 
ter te Sir H. Sloane, 1720. 4075, f. 181. 

Graunt (T--), M«gister. Tabula in P. 
de Cre¢ceutiis Rura[ia commoda, 15th 
cent. 2945, ff. 200-207. 

Graves (John). Letter te .I. Petivel-, 
1703. 4063, f. 219. 

Gravesend, ce. Kent. 
the profit of burning 
3323, f. 286. 

Computatioa o  
chalk at, 1696. 

Graville, Sire de. v. Malet (Louis). 

Gray, Master of. v. Gray (Patrick). 

Gray (Master-----), Steward of b'," 
|Villi«m Fermer. Agreement with Dr. 
.l. Wyllughby, conc. the presentation of 
the living of Great Byrcham, 1555. 
969, f. 83 b. 

Gray. (-7---), M.D. Horti Regii Hamp- 
tonenss exoticarum plantarum cata- 
logu% 18th cent. 3370 ff. 1-8. 

Gray (Patrick), 3.raster of Gray, afterw. 
6th Lord Gray. Notes of a lctter te, 
ch'c. 1587, preserved in the Bodleian 
Library, Oxford, 18th cent. 3199 f. 112. 

Gray (R--). Letters te J. Petiver, ». d. 
4066, fl: 351, 352. 

Gray (Richard), of York. Writ of errer 
in judgment for debt against F. Wihl,ne, 
1603. 1567, f. 460. 

Gray (Robert), M.D., of Newcastle-upon- 
Tyne. Papers relatiag te Scottish 
history, 1513-1603, c.llected by, 18th 
cent. 3199. 
Collections of miscellaneous papers, 
18th cent. 3207 ; 3216. 
- Praxismedica, 1672. t[ol.r. 3176. 
De tribus ventribus, 1676. 3175. 
De curatione vulnerum, 1680. 
ltologr. 3174. 
Medical receipts,1702-1715. 3204. 
. Principiorum Cartesii compendium, 
18th cent. 3214, ff. 10 b-59. 
Correspondence with A. Pitcair 
on a life of R. lIorison, 1697-169t. 
3198, ff. 19-29. 
Letters to, from A. Pitcairne, J. 
Cunningham, D. Gregory, W. Thomson, 
W. Jones and J. Ecles, 1694-172. 
3216, ff. 159-180. 
Owned .MSS. 3169 ; 3204 ; 3206- 
3208. 



226 

INDEX. 

Gray (Stephen), of Canterbury. Letters 
to Sir H. Sloane, 1700-1711. 4025, 
f. 135, 137 ; 4038, ff. 66, 183, 274, 284 ; 
4039» f. 332; 4041, f. 83; 4042, f. 336. 

Gray (Stephen), El 'ctrician. Account of, 

by his fellow-Carthusian» T. Child, 1736. 
4058, f. 123. 

Gray (William). Poem to the Duke of 
Somerset, and epitaph on hîmself, [1547- 
1552]. 1207, ff. 7-10. 
Graydon (John), Rear-Admiral. Ex- 
amination of, relative to the failure of 
the attack on Cadiz and Vigo, 1702. 
2496, ff. 45 b-47 b ; 2638, L 4 ; 3958, 
ff. 21-23. 

Grayham (---), Apothecarg. Letter 
to, from J. Green, n.d. 4075, f. 185. 

Grazini (Bernardino). Capitoli a, di 
A. F. Grazzini, 17th cent. 1880, ff. 
128-130. 

Grazzini (Antonfranceseo), detto I1 
Lasca. Capitoli, 17th cent. 1880, ff. 
1-181. 

Greadon (John), Rear- AdmiraL v. 
Graydon. 
Oreathed (E--), M.D. Letter to Sir 
H. Sloane, n.d. 4075, f. 189. 
Greatrakes (Valentine). Detection of 
his pretended gift of healing, 17th cent. 
1926, f. 1-10. 
Greaves (Sir Edward), ]?art., M.D. 
Oratîo Harveiana, 1661. 302. 
Commonplace book of medical 
receipta, ch'c. 1670. 51. 
Grebner (Paul). Prophecy taken out 
of a MS. of, by J. Meade, 17th cent. 
Lat. and En9l. 648, ff. 32, 37. 
Gréco (Gioaehino), of Calab,'ia. Book of 
the ordinary gaines of Chess, 17th cent. 
[tal. 1937. 

Greece. Quœedam de auctoribus Groecis, 
18th cent. 2994, ff. 73-86. 
Grœecia Antiqua tabulis geo- 
graphicis delineata, a J. Laurenbergio, 
1660. 1563. 
- Relation de la Nouvelle Isle dans 
l'Archipelago, 1707. 3396, ff. 55 b, 58- 

72b. 

Journal of travels in, by Dr. E. 
Browne, 1668-1669. 1905, ff. 1-39, 

Receipt for, 15th cent. 

passim. 
Greek Fire. 
7, f. 42. 
Green al. Greene 
Letters to Sir 
ff. 77, 78. 

(F_,--), Surgeon. 
H. Sloane, n. d. 4059, 

Groen (Edward), Mate, R.2,: A plain 
and au oblique sailing question with 
diagrams, late 17th cent. 857, f. 98 b. 
Letter to his uncle, J. Green, n. d. 
857, f. 93. 
Green (Jane). Letter to ---- Grayham, 
n.d. 4075, f. 185. 

Green (Robert). Formerly owned MS. 78. 

Green (Thomas). Accourir of post-mortem 
examination of, by J. Westbrook, 1740. 
4077. L 364. 

Green (William), of Lordon. Letters to 
J. Petiver, 171, 1714, and n.d. 4065, 
ff. 156-158 ; 4066, ff. 354, 355. 

Greene, F.mil!t of, of Calne, co. Wilts. 

Extracts relating fo, from the baptismal 
register al Çalne, 167 3868, f. 151 b. 

Greene (I--), of Smallfield, co. 8urr. 
Letter to his cousin, J. Greene, 1692. 
857, f. 91. 

Greene (John), Citizen and Glass-8eller 
of Lomlon. Papers and letters relating 
fo the Glass-Sellers' Company, 1670- 
1690. 857. 
• Letters to A. blorelli, al Venice, 
1667-1671. 857, ff. 2-27. 
Agreement with E. Dallow and 
P. Dallow for the sale of green glass 
bottles, 1686. 857, f. 75. 
• Letter to Sir J. Williamson, 1689. 
857, f. 78. 

Greene (Joseph). Journal of voyage fo 
the Straits, 1658-1659. 1433, ff. 2-23. 

Greene (Mary). Letter to, from H. 
Bedford, 1714. 4065, f. 172. 

Greene (Sir Robert). Admonition eonc., 
17th cent. 1744, ff. 22 b-29, 58. 

Greene (Robert), of OEare Hall, Cambr¢dge. 
Letter to Sir H. Sloane, 1702. Lat. 
4039, L 43. 
Greene (Thomas). Order ofthe Governors 
of the Westminster lnfirmary to, to 
return their thanks to Sir H. Sloane 
for a yearly subscrîption, 1733. 4066, 
f. 107. 
Letters to Sir H. Sioane, 1709, 
1725. and n. d. 4041, f. 332; 4048, 
f. 102 ; 4059, f. 79. 
Letter to, as " Mons. 

Dr. Saintard, 1715. Fr. 
Letter to, from M. 
4067, L 46. 

Grine," from 
4065, f. 201. 
Martin, n. d. 

Greene (William), of Paris. Letters to 
J. Pet,ver, 1711-1713. 3321, f. 287 ; 
3322, ff. 5, 27, 34 ; 4065, ff. 9, 63, 92, 119. 



INDEX, 227 

Greeno (William), 8a-g, on. Petition to 
Sii H. Sl,,ane to perform lithotomy in 
St. Bartholomev's Hospital, n.d. 4076, 
f. 171. 
Greenevelt (John), M.D.v. Groenveldt 
al. Greeafield (John), M.D. 
Greeufoild, Dr. v. Groenve|dt aL Green- 
field (John), M.D. 
Orooaham (Richard). Short cules sent 

Gregory (Capt. Matthew), of 

Letters to Sir 1t. Sloane, 1713-1725. 
4043, f. 199; 40t4, L 281; 4048, f. 9. 
 Letter to, from his son Matthew, 
17 I. 3338, f. 137 b. 

Gregory (Matthew), o.f London. Letter 
fo his father, Capt. M. Gregory 1713. 
Copy. 3338, f. I7 b. 
Gregory (William), M.D., of Brornpton 

in Chatham, co. Keat. Letters to Sir 
to a geatlewomaa for hec direction and H. SIoane, 173, 1740. 4025, f. 139; 
cousolat,,n, 1612; copied by N. Walling- 4078, f. 22. 

ton, 1650. 922, ff. 31-33 b. 

Greenhitl (Thomas), 8trgeon, of Blooms. 
br/¢. Letter to J. Peti¢er, 1701. 3321, 
f. 142. 
------Letter fo Sir H. Sloan% n. d. 
459, f. 80. 

Greonland. Begyndelsens Elementer 
til den Christelige Kiindskab for de 
GralaadskeCathecumener, 1724. Green- 
land and Dan. 322. 
. . Account of, by Capt. L. Anderson, 
17th cent. 3986, ff. 78, 79. 

Greenwood (Jmes), Surmaster of St. 
l"aul's o%,ool, London. Letter to Sir H. 
Sloaae 1729. 4050, f. 141. 

Letters to Sir tl. 
4038, f. 213; 4039, 

Greg (M--), Mrs. 
Sloane 1701» 1703. 
ff. 30, 241. 

De cris et epochis, 
2789 ff: èt-16. 

Gregory (----). 
17th cent. Engl. 

v. Rome, 

Gregory the Great, S., Pop«. 
lishops of. o 

Gregory (David), Savilian Professor of 
A..tr.,,w,n:l ,,t Oxford. Letters to Sir 
H. Sloane, 169-1701. 4034 ff. 230, 
254. :5o5, 324 353; &037, f. 334; 4039, 
f. 307. 

Letter to Dr. R. Gray 1697. 3216, 
£ 173. 

Letter to, from G. W., l r- o. 
4063 t: 6. 

Gregory (Henry), Cler of the Cou,,cil fo 
12,. Cath ,fine of Ira.la,,a. Register of 
warrants, t«mp. Chas. Il. 856. 

v. Mack Gregory 

Grogory (J-- Mack). 
(John). 

Gregory (James), Professor of Mathe. 
s,t,cs i,t St. An lrews U,,ivers;tg. Com- 
parisou of his quadratures wth those of 
Haygeus, ci,'c. 1668. Hologr. 3208» f. 45. 

Greiffencrantz (N-- bi--de), Domina. 
Echo funebris in obitu .ejus, rectrice, 
1683. 2144, f. 164. 

Greiffenfold (B---) Descriptio ealculi 
exsecti ex, 1695. 2880, f. 222. 

Grene, of co. Norf., Farnilg of. Entries 
of btrths of, 1484-1492. 774, f. 46. 

Grene (Antony). 
f. 78. 

Horoscop% 1555. 

325, 

Greno (Gihs), Parlia,nentarg Commis- 
sioner for the Admiraltg and Cinque 
Ports. Instructions to Admiral W. Penn, 
1648. Signe& 1709, ff. 55-62. 

Grene (Thomas), Frater. Monita B. 
Isidori extracta per» 15th cent. 1617, 
ff. 70-75 b. 

Gronehalge (Roer), of co. L.,ne. Epi- 
taphs ou him and Aune. his wife, 1538, 
1562 1167, f. 1 b. 

Grenewhiche (-.). Formerly owned 
MS. 1617. 

Grenway (Rauf), Warden of th« Grocers' 
C,mpany, Lond,n. Money cessed by, 
for provision of wheat for citizeus of 
Lon01on, 1555-1556. 1207, ff. 35-38. 

Gresham College. r. London. 

Gresham (E, iward), qf Sta,nford. 

Astro- 
stereon, or a discourse of the falling of 
the Planett, 1603. 
3936. 
- Astrological 
2535 ff. 1--30 b. 
. Astrological collections, 17th cent. 
3857 ff. 125-154. 
De latrone per astrologiam inquir- 
endo, 17th cent. 3856, ff. 79 b-82. 

753 ; Holo.jr. 3379 ; 
judgments, 1618. 

Grosham (John), of G,'esh,tm, co. 2Vorf. 
Arms of, by J. Hawtrey, I589. 3714, 
f. 31. 

Gresham (Sir Thomas). Recipe for 
stoppage of urine, 16th cent. 1759, f. 4. 
Gret (----). Uses and virtues of com- 
pound medicines, 17th cent. 1666. 

Orogory (John), M.A. Ettracts from 
the description and u»e of I he terrestrial 
globe bï 17th cent. 631, ff. 9-25 b. 

Q2 



228 

INDEX. 

Gretton, co. Northants Leasê of mes- 
suage in, 1583. 999, f. 28. 

Greve (Petrus de). Jurisconsult af zVij- 
me9en. Autograph in album, 1669. 
1795 or 2597, f. 4. 

Grevé (Victor). v. Fuzy (Antoine). 

Greverus (Jodocus), Presbyter. Secre- 
tum chymicum, 1587, 1599. 1255, ff, 

261-274. 
Grevile (M--). Letter to 
n.d. 4059, f. 81. 
Grevill (K--). - Letter to 
n.d. 4066, f. 356. 
Greville (Francis), 3rd Baron 

Sir H. Sloane, 

J. Petiver, 

P roo ],'e. 
Dissection of, by Sir E. King, 1658. 
1640, f. 80. 
Greville (Sir Fulk , a.ftcrw. 1st Baron 
Brooke. Letter to, from Sir 
wood, 1606. 3106. 

Greville (Robert), 2nd Baron 
Letter to, from J. Dury, 1633. 
f. 250. 

R. Wyn. 

Bfoohc. 

654, 

Grew (Alexander). Letter to hisbroth, r, 
n.d. Copy. 1926, f. 190 b. 

Grew (Mary), 1st woEe of Dr. . 
Letters to, fr«,m her husband, 1678, and 
n.d. 4062, f. 192; 4066, f. 359. 

Grew (Nehemiah), M.D.; Secretary fo the 

Royal 8,cicty. 
17th-18th centt. 
. C«,llections 
of Egypt, 17th cent. 
. Observatmnes 
1949. 

Miscellaneous papers, 
1941 ; 1942; 1950. 
relative to the history 
1963. 
medic.% 17th cent. 

Catalogus p]antarum, 17th cent. 

2145. 
- Latin translation of his '" Anatomy 
and vegetation of Root%" 17th cent. 
Hologr. 1926, ff. 144-179. 191-201. 
• Greek and Latin synonyms, 1656. 
1945. 

------- Musoei Rega}is Societatis in Collegio 
Greshamensi descriptio, 17th cent. 1927. 
- Catalogue of the chiefest rarities 
in Gresham College Museum, [16181. 
2346, f. 21 b. 
- Animadversions of M. Lister ou 
"the Anatomy of Vegetables,'" with Dr. 
Grew's answers, 1673. 1929, ff. 1-11. 
• Letter to L. Le Vasseur on the 
translati.n of the treatise on plants into 
French, 1674. Lat. 192;, f. 198. 
- Leters to Foreign Corrcspondents 
ou the election of a new President of the 
Royal 8ociety., 1677. Lat. 1942, ff. 1-3. 

Grew (Nehemiah), M.D.; 8ecreta,'y fo the 

Royal So,.iet. (co,,tia,,ed). Letters t- his 
Ist wife, Mary, 1678. 4062, f. 192; 
4066 f. 359. 
Letters to Sir H. Sloanœe, 169 
1711. and n.d. 4036, ff. 113,309; 4037, 
ff. 77, 116; 40.9, ff. 299, 328; 4042, 
ff. 30, 275; 4059, f. 83, 84. 

Letter to a French savant, n. 
Draft. 4066, f. 357. 

Letter to his mistress, n. d. 
f. 358. 

4066, 

- Letter to F. Nazari, n. d. 4066, 
f. 360. 
Letter to, fa'oto W. Mathews, 168.. 
4076, f. 133. 
Letter to, from S. Lee, 1690. 4062, 
f. 235. 
Letter 1% from his sister, M. 
Willes, 1697. 4062, f. 275. 
Letter to, from R. Thore..by, n. d. 
4025, f. 286. 
-------Letter to from S. Sewallç n. d. 
4067, f. 140. 
Certificate of his marriage, 167s. 
1941, f. 17. 

Grey, Family of. Pedigree, 1655. 
£47. 

1429, 

Grey (Elizabeth), wife of Henry, 8th Earl 
of I(ent. " The printed additions to the 
Countesse Kent's receipts," by Dr. Bel- 
lingham, 1676. 630, ff. 250-253. 

Grey (Henry), Duke of l'ent. Letter to 
Sir H. Sloane, n.d. 4075, f. 346. 

Grey (Henry), Duke of Suffolk (1551- 

1554). Drawing by a her, ld of his 
banner, temp. J as 1. 1086, f. 146. 

Grey (Lady Jane). Dedicatory letter to, 
ii'om M. A. Florio, n. d., te,np. Edw. VI. 
Irai. 3011, f. 11. 

Grey (Jemima), 1st wife of Henry, Duke 
of Kent. Letters to Sir H. 8loane, n. d. 
4075, ff. 34.)-345 b. 

Grey (Mary), wife of Henry, 6th E,».I of 
/t'ent. P,,esies on ber name, cire. 1605. 
1709, f. 258 b. 

Grey (Mary), w;fe of 

Anthony, Earl of 
H arotd. Letters to Sir H. Slo, ne. 1727- 
1735, and n.d. 4049, ff. 54. 83, 111, 
202; 4052, f. 120; 4053, f. 331 ; 4054, 
ff. 22 31 ; 4u59, ff. 86-91. 
Letter to, from Sir |t. Sloane, 
1734. 4068, f. 253. 

-------- Letter to, from ber father» Lord 
Thanet, n. d. 

4067, f. 176. 



INDEX. 

229 

Grey (Susan), 2nd wif« of Zacha,'y Grey, 
Rector of Itoughton Conquest, co. BedL 
Letters to Sir H. Sloane, n. d. 4078, 
ff. 42, 45. 
Grey (Thomas), 2nd Marquis of Dorset. 
btaxims attributed to, 17th cent. 1523, 
f. 33 b. 
Grey (Thomas). Colectanea ex operibus 
alchemi¢is, 1607-1608. 1198, ff. 41-63. 

Grey (William), tst B«ron Grey of Werke. 
Letter of thanks, as Speaker of the 
House of Lords, to Sit' T. Fairfax, [1645.] 
1519, f. 114. 
Grey de Rllthyll, F«mily of. Pedigree, 
1655. 1429, ff. 51 b, 52. 

Grey of Wark, B«ron. v. Grey 
(William), 1st Baron Grey of IVer,e. 

Greystock, Famity of. 
1429, f. 46. 

Griîen (----), Minîste,-. 
N. Wallington, 16:. 

Pedigree, 1655. 

Letter to, ri'oto 
922, f. 165. 

GrLffin (Ann). Letters to ber nephew, 
Dr. Colston, 1642. 118, ff. 69, 71, 72- 
74, 76. 
Grfln (Lucy), tcife of Sir Edw. Grilin , 
K.B. Chemieal receipts sent to, late 
16th cent. 1032, ff. 38-50. 
- Medical receipts, late 17th cent. 
1087, ff. 3, 7. 

Oriflïn (Nicholas). Journal of voyage to 
Surat, 1703-1704. 3675. 

Grifflnrath, co. tGhlare. Drawing of a 
copper trumpet round at, 172. 4048, 
210. 

Griffith (Capt. ----). Horoscope, by 
---- Montnt, 165ï-. 2280, f. 6 b. 

Griffith (A--). Letter to her kinsman, 
Sir H. Sloane, 1694. 4036, f. 176. 

GrLffith (Robert). Letter to Sit" It. 
Sloane, 1714. 40-i3, f. 256. 

Grifflth (Villiam), M.A., qf Christ's Col- 
ieg,., Cambridje. Owned, in 1659, MS. 
1909. 

Griffon (John). 
986. 

Formerly owued MS. 

Grigg (Francis). Letter to Sir H. Sloane, 
1738. 1968, f. 78. 

Grigg (Rachel), uife of Thomas G,'i#.q. of 
Antig«a. Letters to J. Petiver, 171, 
and n. d. 4065, f. 240; 4066, f. 361. 

Grigg (Thomas), of Antiyu_. Letters to 
J. l'etiver, 1712-1715. 3322» f. 25; 
4065, ff. 69, 176, 214, 240. 

Grigg (William), Master of Clar« Hall, 
Cambridge. Testimonial in favour of 
R. Smith, 172. Col,y. 4077, f. 338. 

Grîgson (Elias), of Gravesend, co. 
Letter to, from J. Peter, 1664. 
f. 157. 

Grigson (Thomas), of Rarasgate. 
to J. Petivr, 1717. 

Kent. 
4062, 

Letter 
4065, f. 280. 

Grimarost. v. Le Gallois de Grimarest 
(Jean Lonor). 

Grimes (John), a dwarf, of Ke,»eastle- 
on-T#ne. Acc,mnt of, with a drawing, 
1732. "o 
o.o.,, f. I. 

Grimpston (Sir Harbotle). 
stone (Sir Harbottle). 

v. Grim- 

Grimstone (Sir Harbottle), 2,d Bart.; 
M.I'. Speech conc. grievances, 1641. 
1200 f. 13. 
Another speeeh in Parliament, 
1641. 1430 ff. 43-50 ; 3317, ff. 9-10 b. 
Another speeeh in Farliament, 5 
Ju|y, 1642. 1430, f. 41. 
-------- Letters of protection to, fi'om Lord 
Fatrfax, 1648. 1519, f. 190. 

Grindall (Edmund), l;ishop of London, 
afterw. Archbishop of C mtecb,try. Ex- 
communication of certain c]ergymen in 
his London dioce»e for nou-attendance at 
his visitation, 1561. Lat. 1317, f. 115 b. 
. Supplication of Convocation to 
Qu. Elizabeth for the restoration of, to 
his sec of Canterbury, 1580. Lat. 1710, 
f. 106b. 

Grine, Monsieur. v. Greene (Thomas). 

Griphith (Thomas), M.B., Fello,,of Oriel 
Çoll., Ox]brd. lsaaci filii Salomonis de 
urinis libri duo, iuteipretati per, c/re. 
1562. 82. 

Griphonus (Theophilus), M.D., of 8iena. 
Consilium medicum in morbum epidemi- 
cure, 1617. 3133, ff: 395-397. 

Grisogonus, . v. Chrysogonus, 5'. 

Grobeth (Peter), M«dical Pract;tioner, of 
Eton. Letter to Sir H. Sloane, 1728. 
4075, f. 179. 

Grocers, Company of. v. London, City of. 

Orociolls (James). Letter to------ 
tiloane, 172. [? 170.]. 4046, f. 172. 

Groenedyck. 
dyck. 

v. Rippertss van Groene- 



.30 INDEX. 

Groenveldt al. Greenfleld (John), 
M.D. ' • 
i.oenants with Drs. C. Crelle, 
R. Browne, P. Guide, and J. Peachey, 

1687-1688. 2655, ff. 153-157. 
Warrant for his committal 
Newgate GAG], 1697. 1786, f. 157. 

rG 

• • Letters fo C. Sibelius à Goor, 1674- 
1687. Dutch. 2729, ff. 5, 112, 116- 
127 b, 140, 143, 151,155, 160, 169, 181, 
202. 
- Letters to Sir H. SIoane, 1704-- 
171. 4039, f. 409 ; 4040, ff. 105, 376 ; 
4043, f. 299; 4044, f. 20. 
Correspondenee on the inward use 
of Cantbarides, 170.î. 2146. 
-. Letter t« Dr. W. Smyth, 170ï., 
Lat. 4064, t 133. 
- Letter to, from J. Younge, 1706. 
3335, f. 75 b. 
- Letters to, trom Dr. W. Smyth, 
170V, 170. Engl. and Lat. 3336, 
ff. 58-60 ; 4034, f. 79. 

Grogan (Derby al. Dermod), Scrjeant af 
Ta,gier. Wi11,1671. Copy. 3514, f. 76. 

Gronen (Henrich). AIchemical and 
chemical processes, 1581. 2701, ff: 142- 
196. 

Groot (Willem de), Jurist, of Zeyden. 
V erses on the picture of D. Heinius, 
17th cent. Lat. 2764 f. 184. 

Grosgebauer 
Letters rG G. 
q;erm. 2877, 
77-81 b, 83. 

(Johannes Valentine). 
Schroe, lter, 1693-1696. 
ff. 46, 50, 52, 60, 66, 70, 

Grosse (, ), M.D., Membre de l'Acade'- 
mie des Sciences à Paris. Letters to Sir 
H. Sloaue. 1735, 1738. Ff. 4054, f. 
42 ; 4055, f. 344. 
Letter to, from Sir H. Sloane, 1738. 
Ff. 4069, f. 7. 

Grosseteste (Robert), Bishop of Lincoln. 
De venenis seu de septem peccatis, 15tb 
cent. 1616, ff: 1-32. 
- Treatise of husbandry, 15th cent. 
Trausl. 686, ff. 1-18 b. 
- Statuta familioe, 15th cent. 'ngL 
1986, ff: 100-102. 
Quoedam notabilia excel'pta ex ejus 
epistolis, 15th cent. 63, ff. 1-22 b. 
Excerpta quoedam ex ejus lib,-o Do 
cessatione legalium, 15th cent. 683, 
ff. 22 b-26 b, 29-32. 
Excerpta ex ejus scripti.% 15th 
cent. 683, f. 43. 

Groninge (Jan van) al. Mof (Jan de). 
Verses on his puaishment, with n- 
graving, 1683. 1)utch Printed. o7ao 
f. 36b. 

Grosvenor (Mary), 2nd dau. of 
hich. Grosvenor, 1st Bart. of Eaton, co. 
Chester. Medical receipt book, 1649. 
3235. 

Cata- 
Groningen, in the Netherlands. " 
logus plantarum horti Groningensis, al, 
A. Muntingio, 1672. 2335. 

Gronovius (Joannes Fredericus), Sert.; 
Rector of Leyden Univcrsity. Letters 
to, from J. Hiibner, 1639, 1640. Let. 
639, ff. 7 6 b-88, 209-224 b. 
Verses on hîs becoming Rector, by 
B. Severiuius 1661. Lat. 2870, f. 68 b. 

- • Autograph in album, 1669. 
or 2597, L 41. 

1795 

Gronovius (Joannes Fredericus), Jun. 
Letters to Sir H. Sloane, 1735, 1741. 
Engl. and L¢,t. 4054, f. 154; 4057, t: 45. 

G root, :Baron de. 
Joachim de), Baron. 

v. Grote (Ernest 

Groot (Hugo de). Letter to Bishop 
Andrewes, 1619. Lat. 118, f. 26. 
Lineamenta prima operis "De jure 
Belli et Pacis " a J. T. Schenckio, 1673. 
1732. 
Discourse on the ecclesiastical 
jurisdiction of Parlîament drawn ri'oto, 
17th cent. 1roTer f. -°716, ff. 38-46. 

Grosvenor (Sir Richard), 2nd Bart. qf 
Eatou. Notes or" births of his son Roger, 
and of Roger's children, 1629-1661. 
2266, ff. 1 b, 71. 

Grosvenor (8idney), wife of Sir Bich. 
Grosvenor, 2ha h;art. Owned MS. 2266. 

Groto (Ernest Joachim de), Baron ; E,,voy 
Extr,ordina.'y from tlauo,er fo ,,gl,,nd. 
ExaminatiÇn of his body by Sir H. 
, 2 
Sloane, S. Roujat and J. La Fage, lïls. 
'. 4076, f. 320. 

Groteste (Claude), Sieur de La M, the, 
Ministre. Conditions ofpartnership with 
Dr. P. Guide, 1688. Ff. 2655, f. 150. 

Grotius (Guilielmus). v. Groot (Willem 
de). 
Grotius (Hugo). v. Gxoot (Hugo de). 
Grott (Baltasar de), Flandrensis. Con- 
silia medica pro ejus affectu phthisico, 
17th cent. Lat.• and_It«l. 2253, ff. 
111 b-ll b.  

Grove (Hugh). Speech on the scaflbld 
at Exeter Castle, 17 May, 1655. 972, 
f. 18. 



LNDEX. 

231 

Grove (John), J«suit. Speech on the 
scaffold» 1679. 203, f. 67. 
Grove (Robert), son of tob. Grove. Letter 
commendatory of, to a child's place in 
Winchester College tem/. Charles ll. 

856, f. 41 b. 
Growndes (Thomas). 
MS. 1037, ff. 29-57. 
Gruterus (Isaac). Letters to 
Browne, 1649-1675. 4062, 
141-144b 146, 149, 185. 
Gruterus (Janus). 
C. Plantin 17th 
2764, f. 15. 

Owned, in 1674, 

Dr. T. 
ff. 138, 

Verses addressed rG 
cent. :Lat. Hologr. 

. Owned MS. 3269. 

Gruvendol, Morts. de. v. Oldenburg 
(Henry), ecretar 9 of the Rolal So¢iety. 

GryEus (----). Interpretationes n 
Hippocratis Aphorismos 1655. 3044, 
fF. 1 ;2-176. 
n (« Lucy). r. Grin (Lucy). 
Gesby (aç Gilbert), FraYer Mior 
 conventu Lincolnioe. Pulvis excellens 
pro visu conservando, 15th cent. 9G2, 
f. 251b. 
Omeston (Elizabeth), wlf« of 
pher Grgtn, of Griffon, co. I%rk. 
Verses rG ber son Bernye, at¢ lç03. 
1709, f. 266 b. 
Oudo-orto (Galeazzo), Coa di 
C,m«zzo. Letter rG Dr. J. Downes, 
1650. Irai. 3299, f. 180. 

Gualter, Bishop of M,.quelonne. Letter 
to R. lnsularius, Præpositus of Mague- 
lonne 13th cent. Lat. 1935, f. 10. 

Ouasco, Port of, in Chili. 
3820, f. 2. 

Map of', 1681. 

Guaspaltepeque, diocesv of Oajaca, 
Mexico. Explanation of the draught of 
the town 17th cent. 3986, f. 76. 

Gubay (Ahraham Jacques). Grant to, 
of naturalizaton in England 17th cent. 
Lat. 1001, f. 4. 
Gudius (Marquardus). Quoedam de 
nummis annotata, 1693. 2844. 
Letter rG, from P. Lambecius, 1658. 
Lat. 277 f. 4. 
Guernsey, Isle off Coustumes et usages 
de, 1583. 2446. 
Les libertés, usages et coutumes de, 
17th cent. 3828, ff. 97-103 b. 
Guglelmo, Fr, Fra.cisca.. Formerly 
owned M S. 3167. 

Guiana, 8. Amrica. History of, 1530- 
1668. 3662 ff 37 b-49. 
Letters patent from Henry IV. of 
France and ordinances and commissions 
relating to, 1602-1610. 173, ff. 2-8 b. 
Considerations for undertaking the 
voyage to, t¢mp. Eliz. 1133. 
Papers relating to Sir W. Ralegh's 
voyages in 1595 and 1617 to Guiana, 
1618. M,.q. and trint«d. 3272. 
Apology for the voyage to, by Sir 
W. Ralegh, 1617. 760. 
J,»urnal du voyage fait par les 
pères de famille envoyés par la Compagnie 
Hollandaise des Indes occidentales pour 
visiter la coste de 1623. 179, B. 
• Overtures rG colonizers of, by Lord 
Wil]oughby of Parham, 1662-1665. 
159, f. 20. 
Journal of, by Lieut.-Gen. W. 
Byam, 1665-1667. 3662, ff. 27-37. 
Guibaudet (----), of Dijon. Letter 
to Dr. P. Guide, 1650. Lat. 2670, 
ff. 16-20 b. 

Guichard (J---), 
Totius mêdicinoe 
2564, ff. 1-20 b. 

LD. of Montavellier. 
epitome, 16th cent. 

Guide, Family of. 
MSS. 2484-2678. 

Formerly owned 

Guide (--), M.D. of P«rîs, father of 
Dr. P. Gu,de. Consilium medieum, 
1673. 2568 f. 49. 
• Letter to, from M. Guibaudet, 
1650. Lat. 2670, ff. 16-20 b. 

Guide (Philibert), great-gran,lfather of 
Dr. P. Guide. Profession on quitting 
Popish superstitions, 16th cent. Ff. 
2653, ff. 9-12 b. 
Notæ et proeparationes chemicoe, 
16th cent. Signed. 2654, ff. 3-26. 
Guide (Philip), M.D., of London. Loti 
communes medicinales 17th cent. 2655, 
ff. 2-149. 

. Certificate of his being a French 
Protestant l'efugee, 1681. 2655 f. 151. 

Letters of naturalization to him 
and his family, 1682. Lat. 2655, f. 155. 
Bond with Drs. Crelle and R. 

Browue, 1687. 
General 
Browne, 1687. 

2655 f. 154. 
release to, from 
2655 f. 156. 

Conveyance of lease to, from Drs. 
Crelle and Browne, 1687. 2655, f. 157. 
Conditions of partnership with the 
Sieur de La Mothe, 1688. Ff. 655 
f. 150. 



INDEX. 

Guide (Philip), M.D., of Loudon (con- 
tinu d). Agreement with Drs. Green- 
field and Crelle, and J. Peachey, 1688. 
,?i,jned. 2655, f. 153. 

Letter to, from W. Raper, 171-. 
2655, f. 152. 

Guido, de Cauliaco. Chirurgia, 15th 
cent. lmperf. 967 ; t"n.gl, transi. 1 ; 
965, ff. 23-105 b. 3486, ff. 58-81 ; 
:666, ff. 2-156. 

-------- Annotations on his tract on gout, 
17th cent. 2117, ff. 332-349. 

Guido, de Montano. Concordance between 
him and R. Lully, with alchemical rules 
ri'oto, by G. Ril,ley » 17th cent. 3667, 
ff. 124, 130 b. 

Ouidott 
llistoria ,'Esculapii, i 665. 

Tholnas), 

Physician, of Bath. 
20.»8. 

Letter to Prof. H. Gower, 1706. 
Lat. draft. 2038, f. 8. 
• Letter to W. Musgrave, 1706. 
Lat. draft. 2038, f. 10. 

Ouilford, 13aron. v. North (Francis). 

Guillard (Pierre). Letter to, fl'om Lor, i 
l'oleraine, 168ï. ;'. 4062, f. 199. 

Guillemeau (Eustache), B«rnabite. 
Letter to Sir ti. Sloane» 1730. Ff. 
4051, fi 24. 
Cruillemeau (Jacques). De la grossesse 
et accouchement des femmes» 17th cent. 
3118, ft: 209-227. 

Guillermin (P--), M.D., of Lyons. 
Consilium medicum pro Domino de 
Chomeli, 1653. 2670, ff. 13-15 b. 

Cruin (Nell). v. Gwyn (Eeanor). 

Guinea, in Afrie«. NaturaI H[story of, 
by J. Petiver, 18th cent. 1968, f. 166. 

Guines, Count!/of. Description of, late 
17th cent. 1039, ff: 48-51 b. 

uin (Oen). v. Gwynn (Oweu). 

Guinterius (Joannes), Andernacus. Ex- 
traction of oil out of herbs, 17th cent. 
1671, f. l. 
G uipu,zcoa, P,'ovince of, i« Spain. Copy 
of the Acts of the Junta by J. Lopez 
de Tapis, 1583. Span. 78, ff. 23-42. 
Memorîas de la provincia de, por 
ci Doct. Zaldivia» 17th cent. 1736. 

uisard (Pier, e), M.D., of Montpellier. 
Letter to Sir H. Sloane, 1743. 
4057, f. 200. 

Guisard (Pierre), M.D., of Montpelli«r 
(continued). Letter to, ff-oto Sir H. 
Sloane, 1743. 4069, f. 79. 

Guischard ( de ). 
pocratis librum 
3044, ff. 1-25. 
Guise, l)uchessc de. 
de). 
Guisius. 
Duc de Guise. 

Lectiones in Hip- 
salubri dioeta, 1555. 

v. Lorraine (Marie 

Lorraine (Henri 1. de), 

Giildenklee. v. Timoeus von Gîildenklee. 

Guldenklei (Capt. --), of t[amburg. 
Account of his duel with Col. Arensfeld, 
17th cent. Lat. 2144, f. 175. 

Gulielmi (--). Letter to Sir 
Sloane, 1721. 4046, f. 162. 

Anglicus, Civis Massi- 
et A.tronomus. De 
in urina non visa, 
f. 76 b;---15th cent. 

Gulielmus 
licusis, .[edicus 
judiciis stellarum 
14th cent. 3281, 
332, f. 80-82 b. 
Gulielmus, Brixiensis, callcd The Aggre- 
gator. Processus alchemicus ; copied, 
1572. 3661 ff. 2'24 b-227 b. 

Gulîe]mus, Mahwsburiensis. v. Mal- 
mesbury, William of. 
Gllan (Andre), of Havcrfordwest, co. 
Pembroke. Letter to the society of 
----, n.d. ImTcr f. 40661 f. 362. 

Gullyford (Hester). Collection of re- 
ceipts given by, to E. Butler, 1679. 3842. 

Gulston 
Petiver, n. d. 
Letter 
3337, f. 152. 
Gulston (Thêodore). 
Gtuabie (William). 

(Joseph), .h,n. Lctter to J. 
4066, f. 363. 
to, from J. White, 1711. 

v. Goulston. 

Letter to Lord Tor- 
rington and the other Commissioners of 
Longitude, n.d. 3322, f. 170. 
Letter to Sir H. Sloane, n.d. 4059, 
f. 92. 

Gundelsheimer (Andrd). Catalogue 
des plantes observées par, en Candie, 
1701. 40201 f. 1. 
Letter fo Sir H. Sloane, 1698. 
Er. 4037, f. 130. 

Gundemannus (Johannes), Auloe 
LudwigspurgoE à Co,,ciliis. Epigramma 
in B. l;atti tractatum " De hominis 
ju»tificatione," 1639. 2888, f. 5 b. 
Gurming (Peter), Eis.lwp o.f Ely. Notes 
of his sermon st blercers Chapel 165î. 
2903, ff. 132-135. 



[NDEK. 

233 

Gunter (Edmund), B.D., Recto," of St. 
Ge.orge's, 8outh,cafk. The geueral use 
of the Canon and Tables of Briggs' Loga- 
rithms, 17th cent. 910. 

Use of his line in measuring board 
and tituber, 17th cent. 2281, f. 86. 

Mathematica| extracts from his 
works, 17th cent. 3881, ff. 12, 29-36, 
46-52, 87 b, 104 b» 109 b. 

Gunthorp (John), Dean of Wells. 
Medical prescriptions for, [1472-1498]. 
Lat. 403, ff. 339, 315. 

Gurman (James). v. Gorman. 

GtlSSonî (Andrea), Ircnctian Ambassador 
fo l'uscang. Relatione di Thoscana, 
1576. 1826, ff. 29 b-36. 

Guthrie (John), Bishop of Moray. 
tence of deposition against, 1638. 
f' 73. 

Gtly, Bishop of Idence. Metrical letter 
to, from Philip of Paris, 15th cent. 
Tra,M. 2464, ff. 8 b-15. 

Guy, Earl of Warwick. Leaf from the 
romance of, 15th cent. 1044, f. 248. 

Olly (Henry), Secreta,'y to the Treasury. 
Letters to Lord Carlisle, 1683. Signed. 
2717, ff. 9 10. 

Guy (Michael), 3LB. De regimine 
pestilencioe. 15th cent. 3124, ff. 66 b 
-70. 

Guylan. v. Hamed el Hader Bon 
Al, Guylan. 

Gu.man (Garcias de), Conde de Villaum- 
bros« ; Presid«nt of Gtstile. Letter fo, 
ri'oto Sir W. Godolphin, 1693. 3513, 
f. 101. 

Guzman (Gaspar de), Duke of San Lucar 
de £arr.«meda, Count of Olivares. Cor- 
respondenee with Philip IV., of Spain, 
1622. Tr«nsl. 1775, ff. 66-69. 

Ouzman (Henry de), Duke of Medina 
Sidonîa. Agreement with the English 
merchants at S.'tn Lucar de Barrameda, 
1539. 2442, f. 135. 

Gwyddelwern, co. 3[erioneth. 
letter ordering the tithes of, 
continued to the Vicars Choral 
Aaph, [1646]. 856, f. 24b. 

Royal 
fo be 
of St. 

Gwyllym (Meredith). Letter to Sir H. 
Sloau% 172. 4046, f. 72. 

Gw2rn (Eleanor), M-tress of Charles 11. 
Prol-gue spoken by, to B. Jonson's 
"Car,line," ch'c. 1672. 161» f. 22. 

Gift ri'oto the Duke of Monmouth 
to, of his picture by Sir P..Lely, 167[. 
1985, f. 95. 

Gwynett (John), Recto" of St. 
Ch.eap, London (1543). Gave MS. 
to Dt. W. Marshall. 

Peter 
2269 

Gwynn (Owen), Vice.Chancellor of Cam- 
bridge Unitwrsity. Letters fo Lord ---, 
1616. 3562, ff. 26, 40. 

Gwynn (Walter). Ei, igrammata , 17th 
cent. 3706, f. 2 b. 

Gyffard (Susan). Case of brouchocele, 
by Dr. F. Giisson, 1659. 681, £ 14. 

Gyfford (William), Factor at Tonqub. 
Journal of transactions in the Factory, 
1672-1677. 998. 

Gylby (John), Lieut. Release from debt 
to Lieut. F. Juckes, 1669. 3510 f. 65. 

Gyles (Capt. ------), of Tangier. In- 
formation against soldiers of his com- 
pany, 1672. 3514, f. 116. 

- Accouuts of l)ay at Tangier, 1674. 
3511, ff. 267, 268. 

Letter to, from J. Bland, 1668. 
3510, f. 23. 
yle.s (John). Letter to Sir II. Sloane» 
1720. 4046 L 7. 
ylos (John), M.D., qf S/,rewsb,wy. Let- 
ters to Sir Il. Sloane, 172, 1729, and 
n.d. 4050, ff. 59, 84; 4059, f. 93. 

Gyles (Thomas), M«.ster of St. 
Cathedral Chor«l Sc/mol. Rvval 
mission to, to take up childrën for 
Queen's ser'ice throughout England 
Wa|es» 1585. 2035, B. L I b. 

Gyllenborg (Carl), Couat. 
Sir H. Sloane, 1716, 1720. 
405, f. 308. 

Paul's 
Com- 
the 

or 

Letters to 
40t-4 f' 231 ; 

Gyllenborg (H-- H--). Lette fo Sir 
ll. Sloaue, 1734. Fr. 4053, f. 136. 

Gyllenborg (S--), wife o.f Carl, Coun 
GyH«n'org. Letter to Sir H. loane, 
1729. 4075, f. 193. 

Gyron (Rodrigo), DUclue de Ossuna. 
Giron. 

Gysborn.(John), C«noe of Coverham, 
vo. York. Wrot% in the 15th cent., M,S. 
1584. 



234 

INDEX. 

H 

H-- (Ff--). v. Harrison (Edward). 
]:l'--. (J _), Medicus Venetu. Consilia 
media.;,, 1641, 1644. Zat. and ItaL 
2253» ff. 241 b, 243. 

H--(J--). Elegy on his father and 
brother, 1665• 3769, f. 3 b. 

1-- (J__). Receipts in cookery, medicine, 
etc., 1667. 722, f. 69 b. 

H----(J--). Astrologieal collections, 17th 
cent. 3857, ff. 125-154 b. 

H--(J--), 3LD. Report on E. Lewin's 
case, 1713. 4078, f. 225. 

I-l--(J__). Letter to Si," H. Sloane, n. d. 
4059» f. 94. 
:H---(J-- F--). Hydropyrographum Her- 
metieum, translated ri'oto the Gerrnan 
by, 17th cent. 633, ff. 87-94 b. 

H:--(N--). 3Iedieal and other reeeipts, 
1653. 2552. 

H-- (P--). Carmen 
2764, f. 151. 
H-- (R--). Catalogue 
cire. 1674. 949. 

satyricum, 1589. 

of the books of, 

tt-- (R--), of ¢o. Aént. "Astrologia 
siderata, or a whip for divining South- 
sayers," etc., 1682. 412, ff: 1-70. 
Faber Fortunœe, translated from 
Sir F. Bacon, 1682. 412, ff. 71-100 b. 
H-- (S--). Letter to Sir H. Sloane, 
1725. 4048, f. 3. 

H.T. v. Hooper (Thomas). 

H--(V--). Translation of A. Locusto's 
'Le Grand Chapl,elet Pontifical, 
cent. /-. Ill. 
Haarlem, in the Netherl, mds. Account 
of printing at» 17th cent. 1435» ff. 
9-13. 
• Epitaph in thc Friars Preachers 
Church in 17th cent. D«tc. 2764, 
f. 19 b. 
Habeich (James), an African. Letter 
to Sir H. Sloane, n. d. Lat. 4059, f. 95. 
Hack (William), Mapmaker, of Wapping. 
Journal of the South Seaa dedicated by, 
to the Duke ofAlbemarle, circ. 1683. 47. 
-- Appendix to Sharp's South Sea 
Waggoaer, dedicated by, in 1683 to the 
Duke of Albemarle. 48. 

Hack (William), Mapmaher, of Wapping 
(continue,,).. Charts illustrative of Capt. 
B. Sharp'a South Sea Waggoner, 11584. 
44. 
Charts and descriptiona of the 
coast from Acapulco towards California, 
1687. 45» ff. 1-36. 
Haket (John), Archdeacon of Bedfo,'d 
afterw. Bishop of Lichfield a,ul Coventry. 
Lire of Archbp. Williams, 17th cent. 
Extracts. 1846, ff. 3--10, 172. 
Warrant recommending him to be 
Bishop of Liehfiehl and Coveatry 1661. 
856, f. 11. 
-Letters to Dr. W. Dillingham 
165:ï-1661. Lat. and En:ll. 1710, ff. 
182-202. 

Hackluitus (Rieardus), 
ttakluyt (Richard). 

Haddington, Lady. v. Ramsay (Eliza- 
beth). 
Haddon (Walter), Master of Req«ests. 
llemorial, a Commissioner at Bruges, of 
matters for the conference with 8pain, 
156. 2442, ff. 28-:3. 
Lines in i,raise ot T. Norton, 16th 
cent• Let. 1873, f. 84 b. 
(George), of ,St. Juli, m's, East 
Letter to Sir H. Sloan% 1741. 
74. 

Hadley 
Barnct. 
4057, f. 
Petition to, 
n.d. 4057, f. 75. 
aoelley (Henry). 
Sloane, ! 742. 

from D. Gallowey, 

Letter to Sir H. 
4057 f. 164. 

Hadley (T---),of St.Julien's, East Barnet. 
Letter to Sir H. SIoane, 1741. 4057, 
f. 74. 

Hadley (John). Letters to Sir H. Sloane, 
1721, 1724. 4046, f. 134 ; 4047, f. 236. 

Hadrahaman Ben lichy Xerif, 

" 17th al. Antoine Chylan, Alcayde de 
La J[ar du Teuan. Letters from, 
1666-1667, 167 1674. Span. 1955, 
ff. 22b, 27b, 78b, 85b, 91 b, 94b; 
1958, ff. 45 b, 50 b, 55. 
• Letters to, 1666-1667, 1674. ,.pan. 
1955, ff. 50, 53, a6, 60, 67, 127b; 
1958, ff. 46 b, 54, 54 b, 55 b. 
Letter to, from Col. H. Norwood, 
166. :pan. 3499, f. 2. 
Haech (Peter), of the Ha!.lue. Thesis 
pro gradu baccalaurei in medicina habita 
Lovanii, 1599. 64, ff. 34-36 b. 
Haeringhook (Daniel). Catalogue of 
his library 17th cent. Lat. 1708, 
ff. 78-105. 



INDEX. 

235 

Haerlem. 
/ands. 

v. Haarletv, m the N«ther- 

Hafenreffer (Mathias), Professor ai 
Tiibingen. Catalogus plantarum, 1613. 
49:. 

Haggitt (R--). Medical receipts, copied 
by, 1664. 647, f. 6. 

Haghemon Abbey. 
Abbey, co. galop. 

Haidon (Robert). 

v. Haughmond 

Formerly owned MS. 

Hails (Thomas), of St. l'aul's Churchyard. 
Advertisemeat of optical instruments 
sold by, 17th cent. _Pcinted. 2283, 
f. 74. 
Haimo. A]chemîcal treatise, 18th cent. 
3637» ff. 57-64 b. 

Hainan, Id« of, in Chîna. 
description of, 17th cent. 
ff. 206-230. 

History and 
Ff. 1019, 

Hainault, Proviwe of. Arms of the 
eccle»iastical and secu]ar estates in, 
17th cent. Ff. Printed. 4011, ff. 
73-92. 

Count of. William I11. Lihellus 
de virtutihus Rosemarine ab ejus Comi- 
tissa ad l'hlippam, Anglioe Reginam, 
fi|iam suam, transmis»us, 1:53t. Evdl. 
verse and prose. 3215, ff. 17 b-30 b. 

Haines (Jane), of London. Notes of ber 
birth on 31 Jan. 166â, 17th cent. 2281, 
ff. 2,3. 

Haines (Joseph), seif-styled Courir ; 
Actor. Epilogues spoken by, 18th cent. 
356, f. 162. 

Hakewill (George), Rector qf Exeter 
Cotlege, Oxford. An apology or declara- 
tion ,,f the power a.d providence of God, 
[1632J. Lat. transl. 2168; Extracts. 
2927. 

------- Notice of a strange apparition in 
the air in Londo in 1554, meutioued by, 
in his Apology, lib. 2, cap. 7, sect. 6, 
17th cent. 648, f. 61 b. 

Hakluyt (Richard), Geographe,. ; 8tudent 
of Ch,'ist Chu.ch, Oxford. Analysis in 
Politica Aristtelis, 1588. 19t2. 

Haloeus (J.) v. Hales (John), M.D. 
Halde (Jean Baptist%du). v. Du Halde. 

Hale (Johs), of 
Letters to Sir 
ff. 201,202. 

Çhqthmn Dock, co. Kent. 
H. Sloane, 1706. 4075 

Hale (Sir Matthew), Lord Chier Justice 
of the Cou,t of King's Bench. Treatise 
of the just interest of the Kings of 
Egland in their free disposing power of 
manor.% lands, etc., and the validity of 
their grauts, 1657. Imperf. 1435, 
ff. 107-121 b. 

Hales (-----), Mant,a Maker. Horo- 
scope, 164. 2282, f. 15. 

Hales (John), Clerk of the tlanaper. 

right 
the crown of England 
of Qu. Elizabeth, with 
827» ff. 1-18. 

Discourse, written in 1564. on the 
of succession to 
after the death 
additions, 1608. 
Hales (John), F«llow of Eton Cvlle,dv. 
Letter conc. the lawfuiness of"Marriages 
between First Cousins or Cousin Ger- 
mans," 1630. Cvpy. 363, ff. 49-54 b. 

Hales (John) M.D., of Christ's Cotlega 
Cambridge, a,td of l'wickenham. Letter 
to Dr. Colston, circ. 1650. Let. 118, 
f. 122. 

- Versus a.t, a bl. Bacon, 17th cent. 
396, ff. 10 b, 11 b. 

Hales (Robert) of the Co,mcil Oce. 
Letters to Sir H. Sloane, 17ï-, 1718. 
4042 tt. 92 ; 4045, ff. 164, 167. 

Hales (Stephen) Minister of Teddington, 
co. Middl. Letters to Sr H. Sloan% 
1725-17z. 4049, f. 79 ; 4052, f. 147 ; 
4053 f. 123; 4055, f. 37; 4056 ff. 20 
46. 

Hales (Sir Thomas), Bart., M.P. 
case of W. Rustombe sent to. 
f. 240. 

Medical 
4078, 

Halicarnassus, in Asia Minor. Journal 
of voyage to, from Smyrna, 1679. 2720, 
ff: 3-16; 3945, ff 1-22; 3985 ff. 1-20 
38-59. 

Haliday (Samuel), Tuto" to Sir 1I. 
'lomw's n, phcw. Letters to Sir H. 
Sloane, 1715-1717. 4044, ff. 131, 142, 
1 7 168, 233 b, 260; 4045, ff. 12 34. 
Halifax, Earls of. " 
v. Montague (Charles). 
Montague (Gerge). 
Martluis of. v. Savile (George). 

Hall (---). Letter to. ff'oto R. Robin- 
son, 1685. 4062, L 216. 

Hall (Fayrfax). Letter to Sir H.$1oane, 
1732. 4052, f. 245. 



"36 

INDEX. 

I-[all (John), Poet; of St. John's College , 
C«mb,'id,je. Sonnet in praise of B. 
Jhone»' "Lithoehymieus," ch'c. 1650. 
3t5, f. 3. 
Hall 

(Joseph), Dean of Worcester, and 
Bishop of Exeter ,1627) and Norwich 
(1641). Lines in praie of the author of 
a poem on the Gunpowder Plot, 1.605. 
Lat. 1815, f. 57. 
Letters to various persous in 1620 ; 
copied by N. Wallington, 1650. 922, 
ff. 34-51 b. 
V«rses agaiust his rapacit)b 1627. 
1489, t: 9 b. 
. I)e colloquio Lipsiaco sententia, 
1633. 402, ff'. 180-182. 
Letter to, from J. Dury» 1.636. 
Lat. 654, f. 353. 

:Hall (Joseph), D,zggist, of London. Pre- 
scriptions of Dr. Maxwell given by, 1652. 
Lat. 3505, ff. 218 b-239 b. 
Hall (Robert). Owned, in 1627, MS. 580. 
Hall (Samuel), Su',dean of Christ Chu,'ch, 
Oxford. R,,yal approbation of his ap- 
lointmeut to the first canonry residen- 
tiary of Christ Church, ten W. Chas. II. 
856, f. 2 b. 
Hall (Stephen). Letters fo J. l'etiver, 
170-1705. 4063, ff'. 135, 136, 142; 

Prognostication on, 
2702, fi 42. 

JL 1). ; Professor in 

4064, f. 78. 
Halle, in Germany. 
17th cent. Germ. 
Haller (Albert de), 

G6ttiugen University. Letter to Sir H. 
Sl9ane, 1739. 4056, f. 63. 
Halles (--), of C,mbridge Unive,'sity. 
l.etter to, from G. Harvey, n.d. Irnperf. 
93, f. 99. 
Hallett (John), Enalish M«rchant at 
Naples. Letter to Dr. J. Co|ton, 1642. 
118, f. 68. 
lWalley (Edmuud), Astronomcr Royal. 
Saturni tabula oequationis, 1678. 1782, 
ff. 25-29 b. 
. Explication of the tides, addressed 
to James II.. [1687]. 1030, ff. 98-107. 
- Problem by, for finding the moon's 
i,arallax, 17th cent. 2281, f. 60 b. 
Notes on luaar theories, 17th cent. 
• »o f. 64. 
Letters to Sir H. $1oane, 1694- 
1729, and n. d. 4036, f. 175; 4038, 
. 82 ; 402, f. 131 ; 4046, ff. 264, 307 ; 
4048, f. 317 ; 4050, L 181 ; 4059, f. 96. 
Hallidoeus (Gulielmus). Epitaph on, 

Halsall (, ). 
bitius' De furto, 
40 b. 

Translation of Alca- 
15th cent. 312, ff, 29- 

Halsteed (William), of Charles To¢n. 
Letter to J. Petiver, 1700. 4063, f. 18. 

Haly Abenragel. 

r. AIf Ibn Ab/Al- 

Hamand (Henry). Cosmography, on' a 
philosol, hical description of the whole 
world, 17th cent. 483, ff. 1-148 b. 

Hambleton (Sir Francis), Bart. 
Hamilton. 

Hambu.rg, in Germany. Programmata, 
epita, hia, etc., in obitum Hamburgen- 
sium, 17th cent. 2888. 
Letters to the Senale fl'om F. Lin- 
denbrog, 1614. Lat. 2882, ff. 44b-46. 
Address to the magistr,,tes and 
citizcns, by P. Mor, tz, 1676. Germ. 
2704, f. 38. 

Hamed Algalo, servant of the Shat of 
Angeru. Letter to, n.d. Span. Copy. 
1955, f. 99 b. 

Hamed Amesman, Governor of Cas- 
tillo Nuevo. Letlers to 1666-1667. 
Span. Copies. 1955, ff. 28, 102. 

Hamed Ben Abdala, Secret ,ry to the 
Prince of Ba,'ba,'y. Letters f,'om, 166- 
166ï.. Span. Copies. 1955, ff. 57 b, 
68 b, 89 101 b, 106 b, 110 b, 135. 
Letters to 1666- 1669. Span. 
Copie¢. 1955, ff. 34, 45, 75, 86, 89; 
3499, f. 34; 3510, f. 92. 

Hamed Ben AbdelgTim lacasis, 
Governor of "l'etu«n. l,etters fro,n, 
166-1667. 5't9 ,n. Ce,pies. 1955, 
ff. 33 b-34 b, 41 b, 50 b, 62 b, 64 b, 66 b, 
74 b-75 b, 77 b, 78 b, 79 b, 82 b, 83 b, 
85 b, 86 b, 90 b, 111, 115, 119, 122» 129- 
131, 1.35 b-136. 
- Letters to, 166- 1667. Span. 
and Ero.ll. Copies. 1955, ff. 6, 6 b, 10, 
12 53, 56, 59, 61, 63, 67, 70, 72, 73, 80, 
82, 84, 85, 90, 92 100-101» 1('5, 106, 
107, 113, 123 b. 

Hamed Bon Ali :[,ucas, Seoetary fo 
the Prince of Ba, bary. Reeeipts for 
stores, 1672-1673. 8pan. Copies. 1955, 
f. 12 b, 18, 19 b-22, 30 b» 31 b ; 3513, 
ff. 72, 80-82, 85 92, 98. 
• Letters of credence to, from the 
Prince of Barbary, 1672. 1958, f. 2 b. 
Agreement signed by, I ti7î. Span. 
1958, ff. 17 b, 18 b ; 3513, f. 83. 

by F. Thory, 17th cent. Lat. 1768, Grant to, of a passport, 167]. 
90. Span. 1958, f. 17 b. 



INDEX. 237 

Ha-med Ben Ail Lucas, 8ecret«ry fo 
tw l'rince of Ba .b«ry(«ontintwd). Letters 
from, 1672-1673. 8pari. Covies. 1958, 
. 24 b, 25 b 29 b 32 b 33 b ; 3513 
ff. 78, 93, 95. 
- Letters to, 1673. Span. Cors. 
1958, ff. 25 27 b. 

Hamed 
pan. 1955, ff. 14, 16-18. 
-. Letter to, 1665. Spart. 
1955, f. 15. 
Hamed Ben Hamed 
Tacasis, Gove, Trr o.f Tetuan. 
from, 1666-1667. 8/,an. Copies. 
ff. 30 b, 31 b, 111, 115, 131, 136. 

]3en Hamed, Alcayde of 
Treaty with Charles II., 1665. 

Ben 

Isa 
Letters 
1955, 

- Letters fo, 166- 1667. qpa,,. 
Copies. 1955, ff. 1, 6, 6 b, 10, 12, 37, 53. 
66, 101, 107, 113. 

Hamed el $tader Bon Ali Guylan, 
Pri,,ce o.f l?a,'bary. Treaties with 
Cha, les I1., 166. 1666, 1667, 167. 
qpan. 1955, ff. 23-25 ; 1958, ff. 3-11 b, 
29 b ; 3513, ff. 1-3, 5, 13. 
. Letters of credence to Hamed Beu 
Ali Lucas, 1672. nperf. 1958, f. 2 b. 
Note of events dnring his truce 
with Tangio.r, 1673. 3511, ff. 186, 188. 

Hamerstein (Alexander von), Lieut.- 
Gen. Letter to Sir H. S[oane, . d. 
4059, f. 98. 

Hamey (Baldwin), ,%n., of B,wles ; M.D. 
of Legdea. Thess for medical degrees 
at Le.vden, 1589, 1592. Lat. 64. 
ff. 122 b-125 b, 134-136 b. 

Hamey (Baldwiu), J«n., 3LD., of London. 

Bustorum aliquot reliquize ab anno 
1628 usque ad annum 1676, 17tb cent. 
2149. 
-Grant of Ash]ins manor to the 
College of Physiciaas, 672. 203,£ 128; 
3914, ff. 121-123 b. 
- Letter to Dr. T. Browne 1655. 
Lat. 1911-1913 f. 94. 

Hamill (William). Letters to Sir t|. 
Sloane, 1717, 1722. 4045, f. 3 ; 4046, 
f. 313. 

Hamilton (Arme), widow of dames 
ton, of Tullimore. Letters fo ber cousin, 
Sir H. Sloane, 1708-1721. 4041, ff. 241. 
261; 4042, f. 173; 403, ff. 238, 242; 
4046, ff. 3, 25, 64, 112. 

Hamilton (Charles), Earl of 4rran, 
eldest son o! J,«rrws, lt Duke of lI,.tmilton. 
Scheme of his nativity, 1634. 1709, 

"Seguro" to Lord Teviot, 1664. £ 155. 

3509, f. 55. 
Letters 
1' 84. S an. 
136 b, paslm 
17, 18, 19, 

from, 166--1667, 1683- 
Co,ies. 1955, ff. 8 b- 
; 1958, ff. 13, 14, 15, 16, 
23, 25 h, 27, 27 b, 3l b, 
32 b ; 3.'» 13, ff. 21-26. 
- Letters to. 166-1668, 167-16.73. 
qpan. (/op&s. 1955, ff. 1-128 b, passm ; 
1958, ff. 14, 15, 15 b, 16 b, 18 b, 22 b, 
23 b, 25, 28, 29, 32, 33-35 ; 3499, ff. 10, 
14 ; 3509, ff. 94, 107 b ; 3513, £ 12. 

Hamed el Hader el Tobib, 8ecret«ry 
at Arzil, a to t/,e Prince of t?arbary. 
1955, 
3 b, 

Letters from, 166.ï-1667. Span. 
ff. 20 b, 24 b, 27 b, 31 b, 35 b, 
43 b, 4 b, 47 b, 53 b, 56 b-62 b. 
. . Letters to, 1666- 1667. 

1955, ff 68, 71, 81, 93, 94, 96, 97, 98, 
100, 103, 105, 109, 121 b, 122 b, 124 b, 
127 b. 
Hamed el Muden, Svcretary at Tetuan 
fo the Prbw.e of B «rbar!/. Letters from, 
1665-1667. Span. 1955, ff. 25 b I, 39 b, 
61 b 72 b 80 b 107 b 109 b, 1 l» 123, 
125, 127» 135. 
Letters to, 1665-1667. 
Copies. 1935. ff. 11, 13, 20, 29, 31, 32, 
35, 36, 64, 71, 7 79, 104. 

Hamilton (Sir David), Pysici,.t»_ fo Qu. 
An,w. Letters to Sir H. Sloane, 1715, 
and . d. 4044, £ 102; 4059, ff: 100- 
111 b. 

. Letter to, from Dr. C. Kimberley, 
n.d. 4075, f. 349. 

. I.ines on his death, by C. William- 
son, [1721.] Z,,t. 3516, f. 188. 

I-Iamilton (E--). Letter to Sir H. 
Sloane, 1723. Signe& 4047, £ 100. 

/:l:amilton (Sir Francis), Bart. War- 
rant for the suspensi,,n of an order, 
permitting hi,n to transport h'ish wool 
to Ibreign parts, temp. Chas. I. 856, 
f. 23b. 

Warrant grantiug to, the guardian- 
ship of his grandson Charles, 1660. 
856, £ 29. 

I=Iamilton (Sir Frederic), Governor of 
Ulter; young, est oa of Claud, Baron 
Pai«ley. Letter to Lord'Falkland, 1627. 
3827 £ 116. 

Hamilton (James), 1st Earl of Mrran. 
Letter to Henry VIII., [1524]. Copy. 
3199, f. 31. 



238 

INDEX. 

Hamllton (.lames), 2nd Ea,'l of Arran. 
afterw. 1)uke of Cidtelhé,'ault. Auswer 
from him, as Governor, and the Seottish 
Council, to the proposal of marriage 
between Edward VI. and Mary, Queen 
of icots, [1543]. Copy. 3199, f. 232. 
Association of Scottish nobles 
against, wheu Governor of Scotlaud, 
1543. Copy. 3199, f. 247. 
Letters to Henry VIII., 1543, 1545. 
Copies. 3199, ft: 82, 237 b. 
Letter to, Irom Henry VIII., 1543. 
3199, L 236 b. 
Bond of, with Henry II of France, 
1549. Fr. Copy. 3199, L 243. 
Letter in favour of, from Mary, 
Queen of Sco's, and Lord Dal'nley, 156. 
Col,y. 3199, f. 14 b. 
Commission of the governorship 
of Scot]and to, from the ex-Queen of 
Scots, 1568. Ff. Copy. 3199, f. 174 b. 
Letter to the Archbishop of Glas- 
gow, 1568. Copy. 3199, f. 341 b. 
Articles between him and the 
Regent MUl'l-ay, 156tï. Copies. 3199, 
ff. 173 b, 226 b. 

Hamilton (James), 3rd Earl of Arran. 
Letter to-----, 1559. Copy. 3199, 
f. 244. 

Hamilton (James), 3rd Marquis and 
1st D«ke o.f H,niltoa. Memoirs of, by 
Bishop Burne% 1677. 1007. 
Apology for defaming hîs char- 
acter, by Lord Ker, 1641. 1467, f. 131. 
- Speech to, by four ministers, 1638. 
650, f. 110. 
Correspondence with the secret 
Council and Session of Scotland, May, 
1639. ¢'Ol)kS. 650, L 101 b. 
Letter to Lord Fairfax, 164â. 
1519, f. 22. 

Hamilton (James), of Tobermore. Let- 
tors to Sir H. Sloane, 1696, 1697. 4036, 
ff. 235, 326; 4037, f. 21. 

Hamilton (.lames). o.f Edinburgh. Let- 
ters to J. Petiver, 1700-1,06, and n. d. 
3321, ff. 2, 175, 182; 3322, f. 172; 
4063. ff. 21, 24, 105, 106, 111; 4064, 
ff. 97, 100. 

Hamilton (Jean), sister of .lames ttamil- 
, h Letter fro her 
ton o.f Edi,,bu,'.l. m 
brother to J. Petiver, sent under cover 

Hamilton (Sir John).of Orbiston, Lord 
J«stiee Clerk of Scotland. ln.,truetions 
to, from hia Majesty's eouncil, on his 
mission to Court for his M .jesty'service, 
163. Copy. 650, f. 39. 

Hamilton (Mary), wife of J, rrs, 3rd 
Marquis and 1.,t Ide of Hamilton. 
Medical receipts copied out for by N. 
Birche, 1637. 3505, ff. 42-43b. 

Hamilton (Sophia), wido,» of James 
ltamilton, of Ba,gor. Letter fo ber 
cousin, Sir !t. Sloane, 1720. 4046, f. 15. 

Hamilton 
11amilton. 
net, 1677. 

(William), 2nd Du:e of 
Memoirs of by Bishop But- 
1007. 

Hamilton 
Letter to 
£ 203. 

(William), 3LD., of Dublin. 
Sir H. Sloane, 1724. 4075, 

Hamiltoun (----), of Dublin. Letter, 
as amanuensis of l. Cummyng, o Sir 
H. Sloane, 1699. 4037, f. 254. 

Hamlet (----), or" Lo»d,.n. Me&cal 
|wescption for hi servant, 1592. 275, 
f. 5b. 

Hammiltoune (Fred--). 
(Sir Fredel'ic). 

v. Hamilton 

Hammon al. Hindley (Jo--). v. Hind- 
ley al. Hammon (Jo--). 

Hamznond (Henry), /).D., 8,,bdean of 
Chrht Church, O, ford. Note of his 
birth, lti05 and death, 1660. 1708, 
f. 113. 

Hammond (John), Parson of Bewdley, 
c,o. Worc. Versos to, on his desroying 
the village ,laypole, by Dr. Corbet 17th 
cent. 1792, ff. 50-52. 

Hamon (Arme). Prescription against 
hypochondriac wiad, 1633. 1814, f. 107. 

Hamond (Christopher). Letter to Sir 
H. Sloane, 1721. 4046, L 14_. 

of, 1701. 4063, f. 105. Hi.,tory of the Old T,.stament," 1688. 
Hamilton (John), Archb;shop of St. l'w,, copies. 3299, ff. 183, 185. 
Andrews. Letter to, from blary, Queen Charges of the sale of his books, 
o{ Scot, 156. 3199, t: 5. 169s, 1700. 2513, ff. 80b-82 b. 

Hamp (D). Advertisement of sale of 
a cabinet representing an ;,p,,thecary's 
shop, n.d. Signvd. 4059, f. 112. 
Hampden (John), M.P. for co. luchs. 
Proceedings against, in the case of 
shiptoney, 1635-1638. 3933. 
Hampden (John), Jun. ; M.I'. for co. 
13,,cks. Lainent of, at his conneetion 
with the author of the " Criti..al 



INDEX. 239 

Hampden (Thomas), hr of ce. 
Bucs. Royal letters te put R. Ryse- 
burgh in po.sesion of Missenden Abbey, 
1467 of 1482. 747, f. 64b. 

Hampe (Johann Heinrich). Letter te 
Sir 1t. Sloane, n.d. 4059, f. 113. 

Hampshire. v. Soutl,ampton, Count 9 of. 

Hampstead, co. MiddL Excellence of 
sirop|es in Hampstead woo4, 1635. Ç60, 
ff. 80 b, 81. 
- T. Jçhnson's Ericetum Hamste- 
diau,m, 1629 ; trauscribed, 1651. 235, 
ff. 11b-13 b. 

Hampton Court, 
logue of plants fr,,m 
Indîes growing in the 
1690. Lat. 29°-8. 

co. Mid 11. Cata- 
the East and West 
winter-houses at, 

Catalogue 
Dr. Gray, 1693. 
3370, ff. 1-8. 
Catalogue of seeds planted in 
Hamptou Courtgarden, 1700 1701. 965. 
Proposais for printing a perspec- 
tive view of the Royal gardens 1742. 
4057, f. 124. 

of exotic plants at, by 
L,t. 3343, ff. 1-3 ; 

Hampton ]Keysey, ce. Glouc. Deeds 

Hannibal (Thomas), Master of the Rolls. 
Letters te, as Ambassador at Reine, 
frein Card. Wolsey, 1523. 3839, ff. 1, 
13-25. 

Hanovica Ecclesia. v. Hanau, in 
Germany. 
Hansard (John), ecretar# te the %ciety 
for I'romotin.q Protestant clools in 
If, la,M. Letter to Sir H. Sloane, n. d. 
4059» f. 120. 

Hanschius (Michael Gottlieb), Cons(li. 
arius C'œes,reus. Letter fo Sir H. Sloane 
1740. L,,t. 4056, f. 229. 

Hanse 

Merchants. Cofirmation by 
Queen Mary of chrters and privileges 
fi'om 1259 to 1547 granted to, 1554. 
Lat. C,,py. 365, ff. 1- 25 b. 
Compositio facta .C.D. 1474 inter 
ciritatem London, et mercatores Hansœe 
Theutonicoe. C'opy, 17th cent. 365, 
ff. 26-33 b. 

Hansell (.loharx Georg), M.D. 
early 18th cent., MS. 3706. 

Owned, 

Hansen (Juan), of Lubec. Memorial 
of his servh-es, te Phil]p IV. 1627. 
2496, ff. 199-201 b. 

relating to sale of lands in, 1614, 1615. Hanslope, co. B,wks. Medical rescri - 
Lat. and l,:ngl. Copics. 1199, f. 90. - . P P 
twns for a poor wtdow t, by Dr. J. 
Hanau, in Germany. Epistola Hanovieœe Metford, 1652. Lat. 2812, f. 9. 

ecelemoe ad theologos Anglioe, 1632. 
Copy. 654, f. 301 b. 

Hanbury (K--). Letter 
S|oae, n.d. 459, f. 115. 

to Sir H. 

Hanchett (Edvard) M.D., of Iloyston. 
Letter to Sir H. Sloane, 1719. 4045, 
f. 215. 

Hanckwitz (Ambroes Gdfrey), of Lon- 
don. Bil| of u-ediiues lbr, from A. Seba, 
1717. I)utch. 4019, f. 30. 

][ancocke (E,lward). Letter to J. 
Petrer, 1703. 3321, f. 129. 
Letter to Sir H. SIoane, 1703. 
4039, f. 150. 

Handisyd (George). Letter» to Sir H. 
S|oan% 169, 1692. 4036, ff. 110, 131. 

Hanes (Sarah) Elegyon, by J. Gosnold, 
17th cent. 3769, f. 3. 

Hanmer (Meredith), of Corpus Christ| 
('olL, Oxf,,rd. Sermon at St. M,ry's, 
Oxford, late 16th cent. 2987, ff. 86-90. 

Hannes (.¢ir Edward), Phys'an fo Qu. 
Ann¢. Letters to Sir H. Sloane, [1702], 
and n.d. 4059, ff. 111, 119. 

l:rarbin (George) Ch «plain and Librarian 
to Lo d Weyraouth Letter to J. Pet|ver, 
n.d. 4066 f. 364. 

l:arby (Clement). Metrical lctter to, 
from Dr. M. Bacon, 17th cent. 396, f. 4. 

Harcourt (Michael), brother of Robert 
ltarco,trt, the Trare let. Calander's 
dream, in verse, hmp. Jas. I. 3706 ff. 
57-65. 

Harcourt (Robert), Trawller ; eldest son 
of Sir tt'alt. Harco,o.t of 5"tanton- llar- 
co,wt. Calander's dream, dedieated to, 
by his brother, temp. Jas. I. 3706, 
f. 57 b. 

Harders (M-- L--). 
Sl,,m,e, 1716, 1718. 
4045 f. 85. 

Letters to Sir H. 
Ff. 4044 f. 244 ; 

Harding (John), Preslàent of Magdalen 
Co,lege, O,.t(,'d. Dedicatory letter to, 
from J. Fowkes, [1607-1610]. Lat. 
3085 f. 1. 

Harding (Michaei). Fellow of Trinity 
Coll,.qe, Oxford. -Notes to Ray's pri, ted 
«Catalogue pb,ntarum Anglioe 1670," 
17th Ce,* t63 A. B. 



240 

INDEX. 

Hardi_swy (P--), M.D., / ]ovêr. 
Letters to Sir H. S|oane, 1720-1735. 
Lat. and En[ll. 4045, L 288; 4053, f. 
355 ; 4054, f. 138. 
Hardouin (Jean). Extracts »nd transla- 
tions fr«m his numismatical works, 1693. 
Lat. 130, ff. 31-39. 
Hardt(Hermann vonder). Letters toA. I). 
Schroedter, 1688. :Lat. 2877, ff. 26, 30. 

-------- Letters to C. Schroedter, 1688- 
1691• Lat. 2876, ff. 123, 127, 129, 
137, 139, 144-154 b. 
Letters to G. Schroedter, 1688. 

Lctt. 2877, ff. 22, 28. 
Harduin de St. Jacques (Bel'trand), 
M.D. of PurAs. Post-mortem examînation 
of a Moorih damsel, 1605. Ff. Ilologr. 
206, B. f. 59. 
Harduin de St. Jacques (Philippus), 
Mcdicus Parisiensis. lle«le di methodus, 
1643. 2_ 66, ff. 4-120, 123-159 b. 
l=l:ardwicko (HumphrÇy), Vice-Consul 
of the En,jlizh b'actory or JLisb«,n. Letters 
to, ff'oto J. White, 1711, 1712. 3337, 
f. 15 ! ; 4(t65, f. 54. 
ttardwicke (R.,bert). Letter to J. 
l'etiver, n.d. 4066, f. 365. 
Hardy (Thomas), s«rva,,t fo Joha Lely. 
Acquitance to Sir H. Sloane for the 
price ofbrass medals, 1703. 4(39 f. 157. 
Hare, Family of. Pedgree, 1655. 1429, 
f. 50b. 
Iare (----). Letter to, from ber niece, 
C. Henley, n.d. 4075, f. 215. 
Hare (llenry), 2nd Baron C[eraie. 
Letters (two signed 'ieanor) to Dr. 
Plukenett, with answer, 168ï-168.. 
4062, ff. 199, 201,202 ; 4075, ff. 5-9. 
- Letter to P. Gui]]ard, l(iSï. 'r. 
4062, f. 199. 
Letters fo W. Cbar]eton, 1687- 
1701. 396?, ff: 54, 225, 233, 249» 254, 
258, 264» 268, 27t, 276-281. 
-- Letters to S,r H. Sloane, 1703- 
1705. 4039, fil 213, '234 ; 4040, f. 54. 
Letter to [J. Petiver], n.à. 3322, 
f. 174. 
-------- Letter to, from Dr. L. Plukenett, 
• o96, f. 299. 
168 " o 
 .-- Lettet's to, ff-oto W. Charloton, 
1694-1699. 3962, tt 231, 235-248 b, 
251, 253, 256 260, 262, 266, 272, 273. 
- A«.quittances to his agent, from 
W. Charlet,,n, 1694, 1695. 3961, £ 102 ; 
3962, ff. 239, 
--------Account of books bought for, by 
W. Charletv», lt9-L 396i, f. 104. 

Hare (J---), Vicar of Crd='ny¢o% co. Bedf. 
Account by, of a medîcal case 1702. 
4034, f. 31. 

Harcwell (F,'ancis), of Birlia.qham, c,o. 
tVorc. Owned, d,'c. 1600, MS. 226. 

Hargreaves (;ohn), Quher, of olne, 
co. Zanc. Letters to Sir H. Sloane, 
1711-1712. 4042, f. 2Sl ; 4043, f. 30. 

tarington, Lord. 
Harington (H). 
6'op., l. 1446, fi 46. 

v. Harington (John). 
Pem» 17th cent. 

Harington (John), 1st Baron ltarinq, ton, 
ofl'ç.c«ter. Letter to, ff'oto H. Broughton, 
temp. Jas. I. Two copies. "3088, ff. 85, 93. 
Iffarington (Sir Jo[n). Supply to 
Godwin's " De Presulibus AngIioe," [608. 
1675. 
Poem, 17th cent. Copy. 1446, 
£41b. 

]arison (George), ' His Malesties Ape." 
Witness to R. Killigrew's ownership of 
MS. 1792. 

arlay (Achile I. de), Comte de Beau- 
mont; l'reident of the Parliamcnt of 
P«,'/s. Rémis.ion entérinée par» à L. de 
Monteclerc, 1583. 3800. 
Harlay (Anna Sophia), daughter of 
ChrLtopher tIarlay. Eitaph on, by F. 
Thory, 17th cent. Lat. 1768, f. 48. 
Harlay (Christpher). Ode to, on his 
daughter's birth, by F. Thory, 17th cent. 
L,t. 1768, f. 31. 
Harlay (François de), Archbishopof 
Rouen [1615-1653]. Sonnet à, par Col- 
letet, 17th cunt. 895, f. 37. 
Harleston, Family of, of k uth Ocken- 
do,, co• Essex. Èntries of births of, in 
a Kalendar, 1511-1539. 2565, ff. 2b, 3• 

Harley (Edward), 
Letters to Sir H. 
and n. d. 4052, 
4059, f. 121, 
Harley (George). 
258. 

2,,d Earl of Oxford. 
Sloane, 1731, 1734, 
f. 9 ; 4053, f. 287 ; 

Owned, in 1565, MS. 

Harley (Col. Sir Robert), son of 
l¢obe«t ]la,.ley, S/aster of the Mint. 
List of officers in his Regiment st 
Tangîer, 1661. 1956, f. 22. 
Harley (Robert), lt Ea,-I of Oxford. 
Lettrs fo. as Lord Treasurer. from 
çleme»l, 1713-171. 3811ff. 29 33b 
40 b, 43  b 67 b. 
Harloe (,'ir Robert), CoL v. Harey. 
Hlow (Capt. Thorax), Açval Cmis- 
sior of I tw,lli,,g. Nav)" victualling 
accompts signed by, 1701-1708. 3953. 



INDEX. 

241 

Harman (l'homas), Capt. of Hw " Tyger." 
Payments to, at Tangier, circ. 1671. 
3511, f. 64. 

Harmens (Gustav). Letter to Sir It. 
Sloaue," 1731. Ff. 4051. f. 29.. 

Harper (Christopher). Pardon for the 
mur«ler of, to the Rector of Halton, 
co. Bucks, [1629-1678]. Lat. 1001, f. 5. 

Yl'arper (Thomas), PMisher, of Londn. 
Formerly owned MS 

/:rarposfold (N.). v. Harpsfield (Nicho- 
las). 
lq'arpsfleld (Nicholas), A'chd«con of 
Cante,'bury. Historia Anglicana ecclesi- 
astica; excerpt from. on the antiquity 
of Çambridge University, 17th cent. 
Zat. 1775, f. 180. 
lq'arrington, co. .Vorth,«nts. Route fo. 
from Daventry, late 17th cent. 1009, 
f. 198. 

Harris (----). Alchemical proce«s 
communicated fo, by P. Gonsalro, 17th 
cent. -'2573» f. 5'2. 
Harris (----), of l[arpole, co. «Vorthats. 
Medical prescriptima for hi. daughter, 
by Dr. J. Mctford, 1655. L««t. 2812, 
f. 57 b. 

Harris (. ), o.f St. J'ohn's Coll., 
hricb.le. Notes of his serinons, by D. 
Foote, 17th ceat. 598, ff. 97, 101, 104 b. 
10s. 

Harris (Evan). Licute, unt af Tang;cr. 
Pl'oceediags oI as to Sir H. Mildman's 
estate, 1668. 3510, ff. 31, 38. 
Charge against R. Farrendale for 
attempted murder, 1672. 3511» f. 138 ; 
3514, f. 141. 
Charge against J. Swift, 1672. 
3514, tt. 104, 108. 
t:[arris (George). Letter to Sir ll. 
Sloan% 1699. 4037, f. 319. 

Harris (Henry). Note of the births of 
him, 1634, and hisdaughter, 1660. 1708, 
f. 113. 

t:l'arris (I--). Letter to Sir 
1704. 4039, f. 338. " 
ttarris (John), D.D., W«rden of lVin- 
chester Colle.qc. Exceptions against the 
thes«s of Bishop Lake, with the Bishop's 
rel)ly , ch'c. 1641. Z«t. 1325, ff: 1-6. 
t]:arris (John), D.D., F.R.S. ; Prd, e.lary 
of Z'ochcster. Letter to Sir J. Hoskin. 
]:,.. 4026, f. -'253. 
Letter to» from J. 3Iaxwell n. d. 
3399» ff: 48-53. 

SLOA.N'E INDEX, 

/:rarris (Joseph), P«ge of the Bacstah's 
to the Dowaqer Queen Catharine o.f 
1,'ra:lanz«. Letter fo Sir H. Sloane, 
ch'c. 170]. 4059, f. 121. 
Letter and verses a,idressed fo Sit" 
H. Sloane, 1731. 3516, f. 93. 
Verses on Bishop Gibson's recovery, 
[1733J. 3.51, f. 185. 
I-Iarris (Nichola.), .hm., Qaker, of E«st 
Looe, co. Cornw. Letters to Sir H. Sloane, 
1729, 1733. 4050, f. 216; 4053, f. 10. 
Il:al'ris (Richard), o.f 1"ou'er llill. Letter 
to Sir H. Sloane, 1717. 4045, f. 37. 
Harris (Robert), of Boston, ,¥w Engl,nd. 
Letter to Sir H. Sloane, 173,ï. 4055, 
L 64. 

Harris (.qamuel), o.f Tan.qi¢r. Charge 
against, for assault on R. Thacker, 1670. 
3514, ff. 42-44. 
Harris (Thomas), solde;er af T«ngier. 
Chax ge against, for insubordination, 1673. 
3514, f. 153. 
Harris (Timothy), ltéeper o.f th Coff«e 
l[ouse 5t O,'mond Strect, London and 
l'rlsoncr 5 the King's Bcnch, Southmark. 
Letters to Sit" II. Sloane, 1723-172}. 
4046, ff. 343, 3t5, 347; 4047, t: 155. 
- Verses addressed to Sir H. Sloane, 
on Lady Sloane'sdeath, 18th cent. 3516, 
f. 100. 

Harris (Walter), M.D., Lumlcy's Lecturer 
et the Royal College of Physicians. Phar- 
macologia Anti-Empiric, 17th cent. 
Exccrl)ts. 1846 ff. 46-49. 
Letters to Sir H. Sloane, [1714], 
1722. 4046» f. 300; 4059, f. 125. 
Letter to, from M. Sequer 1734. 
Lat. 4066 f. 108. 

Harris (William). 
1521. 

Formerly owned MS. 

I-]:arrison (---_), of Cambridge ffrcr- 
sity. Letter to, from G. Harrey» ch'c. 
1573. 93, f. 89 b. 

I1. Sloane, l=[[.rrison] (E[dward]),, M.P. for co. 
Letter to Sir H. Sloane 
[1e°j: d" 4 0 5 9 , ,.12 6 " 
:El:arrison (James). Letter fo Sir 
81oane, 1"1-]700. 4038, f. 2'3. 
I-/:arrison (R--) Letter to J. Emson, 
cire. 1752. 4066, f. 366. 
Harrison (Thomas), Rector of CrieZ., co. 
,Vorthants. Indictment against for 
charging Justice Hutton with treason, 
1638. 3933 ff. 331-338. 



242 

INDEX. 

Harrison (Thomas), Rector of C,ici:, co. 
,Vorthants (continued). Petitions to the 
Committee for plundered ]Ministers and 
to the Society of Liucoln's Inn, 1646, 
1648. 1466, ff: 80-85, 161-168 b. 
Harriss (Peter), Cal)tain. Voyage of, 
round S. America» 1680-1681. 2752, 
ff'. 36-71. 

Harrow-upon-the-l=£ill, co. Middl. 
/qedical receipts collected by au inhabi- 
tant, 17th cent. 566. 
Harry (Benjamin), Clif [,tte o.f the 
Ber/:eley C«stle Journal of voyage to 
13engal and back» 1679-168.. 3668» 
ff: 89-111 b. 

Harrys (Jacob). 
1214. 

Formerly owned IS. 

Ha.rryson (Jvhn). 
59. 

Formerly owned 51S. 

I4arsnett (Samuel), Archbishop of York. 
Books license, l fin" the Press, signed by, 
n.d. ooo.,, ff. 1, 
...., 17 b, 47, 59 b. 

Cambridge Uni- 
Lat. 1775, fi 40. 
Notes on the 
1301, f. 126 b. 
Physician in Ordi- 
Royal letter coin- 

mendatory of to be l,hysician of the 
Charter llouse, 1660. 856, f. 27. 

:Hart (Sarah). 
Bernard, 1636. 

Horoscope by Dr. F. 
1707, f. 32 b. 

Hart (TheoI,hilus), Clerk, of IVappcnham, 
co. Yorlhants. lledical prescription for 
his wife, by Dr. J. Metford, 1652. Lat. 
2812, f. 5. 

Hartcliffe (John), Canon of Wtndsor. 
Letter to ]3. Motte, 1691. 885, f. 5. 

l=Iarte (Johannes). 
2322. 

Formerly owned IS. 

:Harte (Richard), Costable of Loegar 
C«st&. Declaration conc. the siege of 
l.oegar Castle, 1641. Signed. 1008, 
ff: 3.1-34 b. 

Hartlepool, 
the English 
sioners for the 
garrison, 1645. 

t-Iartgill (Charles). List of trees sent 
by, fl'om Virginia, 1694. 3328, £ 88. 
Hartighius (Johannes Jacobus), JLD., 
o.f l'cnice. Consilia medica, 1641-1645. 
Lat. and ltal. 2253, ll. 23-25, 63, 170- 
173 b, 246, 288-291, 293 b, 314-316. 
-. l.etter to B. Sylvaticus, n. d. 
Lat. Copy. 2253, f. 90. 
co. Durh. Demand of 
Parliamentary Commis- 
removal of the Castle 
1771, f. 23 b. 

Hartley (David), of Bury. Letters to 
Sir H. Sloane, 173ï, 173. 4052, l: 
264 ; 4053, f. 163. 
Hartlib (Samuel). Journal ruade for, of 
Parliamentary proceedings in 1641 17th 
cent. 3317, ff. 24-54 b. 
Scheme addres.ed to. for a « Mag- 
hum opus mathematicum," 1638. Let 

652, f. 190. 
-- Note of a new telescope 
invented at Cologne, 17th cent. 
427, f. 45. 
Letters fo, from J. 
1466, ff. l 0, 377. 
• -------- Letters to, on a 

lately 
Ilologr. 

Webb, 1628. 

confessi,,n of 
fundamentals, 1637. 1465, ff. 205, 207. 
Letters to, from abroad, 1654. 
Extracts. 1519, f. 199. • 
Letter t% fi'om J. Childrey, 1655. 
427, f. 2. 
Letter to, fi'om a German residing 
at Oxford, n.d. Lat. 427, f. 90. 
Letter to, fl'om a German, n. d. 
Let. lmperf. 427, ff. 92-95 b. 
Letters to, n.d. 1466, ff. 396, 
397, 402, 407-414. 

Hartmann 
mistr!l af 
Beguinum 
ff. 2-46 b ; 
°99b. 
- Praxis 
lxca'rts. 

(Johann), l'rofesso," of Che- 
Marbur.q. Annotationes in 
et Crollium, 1620. 1988, 
3118, ff: 250-564 b, 375b- 

chymiatrica, 17th 
3118, 
--O t----t ho 

cent. 

Hartmann (Philipl,US Jacobus), Pro- 
fessor of 2[cdicbw at Iç6nigsber.q. Lotter 
Sir ll. Sloane, 1697. Lat. 4036, fi 346. 
Letter to, ri-oto Sir Il. Sloane, 
d. Lat. 4069, fi 168. 

Hartopp (Martin), 2LE., of Leicester; 
F«llow of Merton College, ()xford. l.etter 
to W. Petiver, n.d. 4066, f. 367. 
. l.etter to Sir II. Sloan% n. d. 
4078, f. 167. 

Harvard University, in Cambridge, 
n,'. 17oston, U.S.A. Account of, by S. 
Lee, 1690. 4062, f. 235. 

Harvey, of lIést IValton, co. NorJ:., 
bmilg o]: Pedigree, 1655. 1429, f. 
49b. 
Harvey (Gabriel), o.f Saffron Ilralden ; 
Fellow of Pembroke and Trinity llalls. 
C, mbridge. Letters and poems, 1573- 
1578. 11ologc. drafts. 93. 

Harvey (Gideon), Jan., 3LD. 
on Lord Orrery's health, 172.. 
t}: 103 104, 



INDEX. 243 

:E[arvey (John), JLD. ; broche« of Gabriel 
I/arre!/. Hermes Trismegistus'" Mathe- 
matica|i Physickes," translated by, 17th 
cent. 173-t, ff. 283--298. 

arvey (John). Draught of the Philip- 
pine Is|es, 167.ï. 0665, f. 4"3. 
:arvey (Mercy), of 8affro W«blea; 
sister of G«brid tlaroey. Account of 
her love adventures with a noblemau, 
1574. 93, ff: 71-84. 

:Harvey 

(William), JLD., P,'ofessor of 
Anato,ny and ,ur:iery , Londo,l. Pr''.- 
lectiones anatomicoe 1616. ]ldo(jr. 
230 A. 
. De musculis motu locali ctc. 16"27. 
IIologr. 486. 
- De aaimalium generationc, 17th 
cent. xcoTls. 2880, ff. 19-35. 
Abstract of his circulation «»f the 
blood, 17th cent. 14.4, ff. 8-17 b. 
On the heart, 17th cent. 236, 
ff. 62-77. 
De motu cordis, 17th cent. 
£91b. 
tter of Dr. H. Power ag:dnst 
his being the discoverer of tle circula- 
tion of the blood, 1655. 1326, f. 9. 
- Account of the circulation of t le 
blood derived directl from, by T. Cole- 
land circ. 1655. 71], ff. 40'.. 
Prescriptions, 1647. 520, ff: 1 ° 
lb. 
Prescriptions fi»r L. Troute, 1653- 
1656. .0, A. ff: 13, 139. 
Witness at Padua, as "' Coasiliarius 
Magnificoe Nationis Angloe," to the grant 
of M.D. o T. Heron, 19 Match, 602. 
Zat. 3450, £ 6. 
. Rated as a taspa)-er in the Ol,i 
Bailey Quarter Lon,lon tcmp. Jas. I. 

IIarveiana, ab E. 

Greaves, 

3'J5, B. L 1. 
Oratio 
1661. 302. 
Oratio 
[1656-1680]. 
103-109 ; 

Harveiana, a C. Tearne, 
Ta'o copies. 1865, 
1903. 

:H:arvey (William), M.P. for co. rssex. 
Letters to Sir H. Sloane, 172. 4046, 
f. 193 ; 4059, f. 127. 

Harvey (William). l.etters to Sir It. 
Sloane, n.d. 4059, ff. 129, 130. 

Harvie (James). 
Sloane, lîl, 1 ;22. 
f. 225. 

Letters to Sir 1[. 
4045, f. 92 ; 4046, 

.Harvy al. tticden (Philip). 
owned MS. 332. 

Formerly 

Harwar (John), of M¢M,',d. Letter to 
J. Luke 16)'6. 351.° f. 252. 
Harward (Rev. Thomas), Lectu,'er af 
the Royal Chapel, Bost,m, .:Veto }:ngl«nd. 
Letters to Sir H. Sloane 172' 1731. 
4050, f. 247 ; 405l f. 255. 
]3:arwell (Sir Edward). Process of 
making a erucible 17th cent. 3733, 
f. 70 b. 
Harwell (Francis). Formerly ow'ed 
MS. 1658. 

tarwich, co. Essex. Letter from 
Charles Il. to Lord Sandwich on the 
victory over the lutch off, 16(;5. 1519, 
f. 192. 

Harwood (Jo--). Letters t,, Sir H. 
Sloane, n.d. 4059, fl l. 131-135 b. 
Harw'ood (William). S,)]i spzera, 17th 
cent. Let. verse. 1767 £ 10. 
Hasan Ibn Hasan (Abri 'Ali), called 
Ibn Al Haitham. Thesaut's opticoe, 
14th cent. 306. 

Haseley, co. Oxoli. Notes ,»f evideuces 
at, 16th cent. 1301, f. 7'2. 
Hasilrig (Sir Arthur), 2,td B¢trt., of 
Nosel«y. Removal of hs trooDs h-oto 
Surrey 1645. 1519, L 108. 
- . Request to to take care of Berwick 
1648. 1519 f. 183. 
Relation of the l)assages on behalf 
of the Commonwealth touching his title 
to Elsington Manor an, l other lands in 
co. Northumbrland, ch'c. 1357. 97 ') 

23. 
Letters 
London, 1659. 

to the Municipality of 
Col)ies. 970, ff. 6, 
EIaslewood ( ). Lettcr to, ff-oto Dr. 
J. Buruet 1718, 4«)65» f. 287. 
Haslewood (Arme), d«ujhter off Sir 
Antmy lIasle,«ood, Ba,'t. Medical pre- 
scriptions for, by Dr. J. Metford 1652. 
L t. 2812 ff. 17, 39. 
Haslewood (Jane), d«tojhter of Sir 
Antony llaslewood, «t,'t. Medical pre- 
scription for by Dr. J. 3letford 1652. 
Z:tt. 2812, f. 34. 
Hasolle (James). v. Ashmole (Elias). 
Hassain el Shat, son of the 5'C,tf of 
An9era. Letters from, [166.ï]. Si)an. 
Copies. 1955, ff. 51 b, 55 b. 
, -Letters to, l G6ï. Spcn. (bpies. 
1955 ff: 88 91. 
EIassen al ttssen Siafelt, Alcayde 
and Gocer, mr o.f Alcasar. Letter to, 
from Col. H. Norwood 166& 
3499 f. oo 



44 INDEX. 

ltabitudine causarum et in 

tlu.xu naturoe t.o»,fis resl,eetu inferi- 
orum, 142& 156, IL 194b-20 b. 
Has[inges (Joh)..lmb,,ss,M,». fo H,I- 
[aot. Instructions to, 137. 2442, 
t08-110. 
Hastigs (IIeury), 3,'d E«rl of Hvntin!¢- 
don. ln»tructi,nts t,,. as I'esident of 
tte Couucil t,f the Nt.rth, 1574. 
ff. 99-105. 
Hastings (Jt, ltn). qf Albemarlc Cou,t, 
lorince OEf  ar,,I;na. Certificate of 
fi'eemanhil,, lt;[t). 2717, f. 2. 
Hastiville(Sir David), 3LD. "l'he»auru 
5anitati% 17th cent. 14lb ; 1416. 
, S},ecululn tetlico-chymicum, 17th 
cent. 439. 
. • Corolariut chvmicum ad morbo 
humant, s 17ti t'eltt. 3503. 
0weti i 1646, 51S. 380. 
atcher, of ç,rcb/. co. Li»c., I, bmily of. 
]'edigree» 1605. 14_ £ 107b. 
atcher (J,hn), M.I., eius Prf«sso," 
of l'fiysic, ç«mb, h!gc. Letters, as Vice- 
Chancelle,r, tt Lord Leice»ter, 1 
3562, ff. 19 I., 2 *. 
Letter tt, as Vice-Chancellor, ri'ton 

Lord Burghley, 1.',Tf,. 
Hatfeld, ,l'«mily off 
1429, f. 45 b. 

356 ° f: ., 
Pedigrre, 1655. 

Hatîeld (Jol:uhts), 1.'rater. Formerly 
owed 5Is. 2'2"2. 
Hathaway (,utel), of Chri,'t's llo«- 
idtal, Loml,,n. l,ecimea of handvliting, 
1667 ,,,a f. ;;i,. 
atley (I--), 3[,t,ess. l;et'eil,t , 16th 
cent. 167 
tt (l'igt, tt). l.etter to the llev. 
Deerham, 175. 4064, ri 67. 
Hatteclifle (Wi]iiam), t'hl/sici,,n tv 
Ho, rg I I. 
tary tv ]dw,rd 11. Addtmns to a 
«, Çori,u.  ]edic/n;t.," nl,l pre.ri],tion 
fi,r Royal ami noble l,atieut» 15th cent. 
403, 
Hatton (Ht, n. ('har]es), 2ml son of 
Chrtstol,her, 1st Baron Hatttm. Letters 
to Sir H. loaue, 1693-170, and n. d. 
4036, ff. 151, 24% 322; 4037, L 4; 
403 ff. 13, e6, 45. 125 ; 4039, tic 148 
17, 178, 18 184 l, 204; 4041» 
L 9; 4o59. f. 136. 

Hatton (lion. Charles), 2nd son oJ 
Cl, ristopher, lt Baron Hatton (continued). 
Letters to J. Petiver, 170% 1707 an,! 
n.d. 3321, f. 221; 4063 f. 28; 4064 
f. 14; 4066 368 369. 
• l errer to ri'oto J. Erelyn, 1701. 
4063, f. 102. 
Hatton (Sir Christopher) Lord Cha,- 
«ellor. Treatr betweea Eg]and and 
the Netherlands, signed by, 1585. 3245. 
. Extracts from evidences of his 
pedigree 16th cent. 1301 f. 262. 

Hatton (Cbristopher), 1st )aron I/alto». 
L¢tters to Dr. Downes, 1655, and n. d. 
179, A. f. 154 ; 4066, f. 371. 

Hatton (Christcher), Ist l'iscou«t [lai- 
ton. Letter to Sit- H. Sloane, 1703. 
4039» l\ 198. 
Hatton (Elizabeth), 3,d w(fe o.f  'hristo- 
1,ber. 1st l'iscount lhaton. Letter to 
Sir H. Sloane, n.d. 4059, f. 138. 

Hatton (Tlmmas). Letter to Dr. C. 
Bernard, n.d. 17t56, 
. 

Haubnerus (Elias), of Z6l, litz in 
se,, in S,xony. Autogral,h in album, 
16'33. 2360, f. 75 b. 

Haughmond Abbey, co. 
cerl,t from the archives, 
Lat. 1301, ff. 416-4115. 

Haughwitz (Ambrose Gottfi'ied). 
ter to P. Moritz, cire. 16t58. 
'2701, ff. 90-104 b. 

Let- 

Haultpoullain (Anthoine). 
circ. 159 31. 27415, 

Haultpoullain (Margueritte). 
in 159, 318. '2748, 15. 

Owned, 

Haupert (Mary). 
3724. 

Owned, in 1677, MS. 

Hausen 

von :Ehreneron (--- ab), 
lhtnih .4mbassudor at J'aris. leceivt 
tbr bo,,ks t, urchased b.v 166. l"t. 
2bb 7, l: 4. 
Accourir of a Spanih 3IS. in 
iibrary, circ. 1686. Let. 2s87, f. 225. 

Havana, in Cub.. 
to 8pain, 1 7th cent. 

Sailing course trom, 
2292 f. 
Sailing t'ollr.e to, from Cape 
Nicholas, 17th cent. 2 
...- f. 39. 

Haverkamp (Sigebertus), Prolessor of 
(,teck and ltistory o Leyaen Universily. 
l.etter to Sir H. Sloane, 1730. 
4051, L . 

Havers (Cloptot 0. LD. Letter to Sir 
Sk, ane, 1699. 4037, f. 348.  



INDEX. 

245 

Haversham, Baron. 
(Maurice). 
Haviles (Pedro ,le), 
Archbishop of Toled ,. 

v. Thoml,son 

servant fo the 
Receipt to G. 

Rodriguez de Santa Cruz, fi)r a Latin 
Breviary, 1436. ,<,oan. 217, f. 11)8 b. 
l=ravre de Oraee, in F,',,nce. Voyage 
from, to Flori.la, by 'apt..l. Ribault, 
1562. 3644, ff. Il 1-12/b. 
Haward (--). Me,lical receil,tS , 17th 
cent. 2203, ff. 1-17 b. 
I-Iawghton (John). Book of recileS , 
15th cent. 140. 

Hawis (A--). Letter to 
17. 4064, fi 223. 
Hawkesworth (Walter), 
Trinity Lbll«:/e , (;tmbrM:le. 
comoe,lia 1598 1602. 1762. 

J. 1)etiver, 

F«llo,o of 
Lean,|er, 

Hawkins (Sir Tl,omas). Me,tical re- 
ceipts, 17th cent. Imperf. 2172, ff: 
192-194 b. 

Hawkusbury (Richard), Abbat o.f 
,esham. Note of his election, 1467. 
347, f. 84. 
Hawkyns (S;r John), A,l,niral. Voyage 
in 1591) to Portugal, 17th cent. 43, 
fi276. 
Voyage into the W. Indies, 159.-,. 
2177, f. 18 b. 
Hawkyns (8;; Richar,]),son of Si, Joln 
ll,,wlyns. Poem on, by W. K,lley, 
1624. 2024. 

Hawkyns (Wi]liam), Sea Captaia and 
merch«nt, of Ply»wtth. Payment for 
provisions delivere, l by, to the Royal 
Navy, 158.'3. 2451, p«ssim. 
Hawtrey (John), Ne,t., of lVokbflham, 
co. Berks. l'ractise of Physic, 1606- 
1651. 40.. 
• Owne,1, in 1.5.9, )IS. 3714. 
Hawtrey (John), Jun., of llbkin,./htm, 
co. Berks. Astronomical observations, 
1639-1644. Lqt. an,l Engl. 3714; 374. 
Tricking of crest and arms ai" the 
An,lrewes of cos. Norfolk and Suffolk, 
and of J. Gresham of co. Norfolk, 11346. 
3714, ff. 28-34. 

Hawys (John), JLD. Letter to 
Sloane, [1691]. 41)26, f. 437. 
- Letter to J. Petiver» n. d. 
L 373. 
Hay (George). Letter fo Sir 
n.d. 4059, £ 1 

Sir H. 

4066, 

H. Sloane, 

Hay (George Henry). 7th Earl of IGn- 
n.,ut. Letter to Sir H. Sloane, 1729. 
4050 L 183. 

Hay (James), Baron t/ay, afterw. 17s- 
count Donc:tste," ,tnd 1st Earl of Carlisle. 
O,'der for his all-wance as Ambassa,lor 
to France, [1616]. 856, t: 20 b. 
 l'rivy Council letter, signed 
1626. 3827, f. 89. 
Hay (James), ,,f l.'.t,,_,si, le, S:t. Andre,rs, 
co. 'ife. I.etter to V. Wynge, 1661. 
1o dr«fts. '2:,O5. ff'. l'a, '25. 

Hay (James). Letters to Sir lt. Sloano, 
1700, 171. 4t3s, f. 17 ; 4043, f. 218. 

I-Iay (John), S,'ottlsh A,,d,,tssado," fo Den- 
,vt,'k. N».otiation vitli 'hl'istian l[I., 
1.544. L,tt. "a't, : '2 
• ,,,. 38 , 241 b. 

Hay (John),. Jes,tit ; Rector qf Pont-b- 
Jlousson ('ol/e:le , in Lorraine. Notes ,,n 
lis "Coilecte,i letters on Japan, In,lin 
and Peru," I»v E. I(a.nl,ir, 17th cent. 
Lat. 2',10,  277. 
Hay (Lucy), 2n,! ,'çfe f James, 1st E,,rl 
of Gu'lisle. 3Ie, lical prescriptions ti,r, 
by Sir T. 3Iayerne, n.d. Lat. 206, A. 
fl 80, 7, 13 l b. 
y (Wi]liam), J[.P., .for Rye. Anto- 
graph signat,re, cire. 1654. 645,  46. 

Hay (William). 
1700, a,l n. ,L 
374, 375, 376. 
ttaydoek (--). l'r,phecy for the 
year 17'.'1 by, 1420. 
.,.?., t: 1 l. 

I,etters to J. Petiver, 
4[,i', f. 45; 4061;, ff. 

Haydocke (A,,tn.v), (f .l[,z:l,l,,len ILdl, 
Oxford. F,rmerlv owned .IS. 539. 

3Iiscellane,,us ex('erpts, an.l notes 
of aca, lemi,:al di.l)utatious , 17th cent. 
Engl. and Lzt. 57s, ff. 30-44. 

Haydon (Th,m)as), 
owne,l 31S. 60. 

Jun. Formerly 

Hayles (George). Letter to Dr. 1":. 
1! • -- • 
,romane, ,. :L lIll 1913, I. 1.-,3. 
I-Iaym (Nio)lino Franceseo), l'talian 
m,,stchtn, resident ia Low.bn. Letters te, 
Sir il. Sloane, 1717, an,t n. ,l. 405, 
fl 14, 1 s, "') • 4059, fl 141, 14 ") 
aynes (Richard), London Merchant. 
Letters to, 1686, 168. 2717, fl: 28-32 b. 
ywrd, Nz,nily @ Arms on cover, 
]Tth cent. 841. 

Hayward (Thomas), of Salisbury. Eng- 
lish grammar, te»q». Chas. l I, npc,f. 
261)9. 

Haywood (Eliza), .4uthoress. Letter 
to Sir H. Sloane, n. ,1. 4059, fi 144. 



246 

INDEX. 

Hazebaerdt (Johannes Willelm us), M.D., 
of Emdcn. Forlnerly owned MS. 231. 
Hazler (John), C%c/.ma/,'«r, of Cler/,'en- 
,,cil Close, London. Letter to Sir tl. 
Sloaue, 17:;6. 4055, f. 3. 
lazleridge (,%- A.) v. Hasilrig (Si," 
Arthur). 
Headeley, o.f Sil/wslon, co. l'ork, Family 
of. Entries of births, marriages and 
deaths of, 1549-1583. 130, ff. 72, 73. 
Healling (Roger), soldier af Tangier. 
v. Heling. 
Heame (Thomas), servant lo John Lcly. 
Acquittance fo Sir H. Sloane for the 
price of statuary, 1703. 4039, f. 164b. 

Heape (Jo--). Prosopopoeia 
Duke ot Buckin,ham, 1628. 
186 b. 

Heardson (John), of Suret. Letter to 
J. Petiver, 1700. 0321, ff. 62, 63. 
l=Iearne (Thomas), Antiqtary. Letters 
t- Sir Il. Sloane, 1710-173î. 4042, 
ff. 171, 225, 241, 317, 327, 332; 4043, 
ff: 79, 115, 125, 139, 141,212; 4044, 
ff. 43, 61, 69, 71, 2, 104, 108,110,114, 
133, 157, 163, 248; 4045, ff. 87, 240, 
246, 24_, 284, 290, 330; 4046, ff. 30, 
56, 58, 160, 17o, ]89, 194, 240, 293; 
4047, £ 3; 4048, ff. 80, 87, 195, 245, 
254; 4049, ff: 22, 36, 113, 126 ; 4052, 
f. 74. 
MS. 3487 was borrowed by from 
T. P.awlinson, 4 July, 1720. 
]3:eart, De. r. tIart (James), M.D. 
Heart (Robert), of Portsmouth. Letter 
to W. Sloaue, 17_. 4075, f. 207. 
Heath (S;r Robert), Attorney-Gcncral, 
«]'terw. Ch ie.f Justice of the Jïinfl's Bcnch. 
Substance of objections ma,te by, in the 
confcrence of thc two Houses, with the 
answers thereunto, 1628. 826, ff. 84- 
96b. 
-- - Information, as A ttorney-General, 
against Sir Il. Cotton and others, [1630]. 
1200, ff: 77-85 b. 
Elegy on his deatl, by Eston, 
17th cent. Lat. 608, f. 197 b. 

Heathcote (George), of Waltltamsow. 
Letter to 5if It. S[oane n.d. 4075, 
f: 197. 

Heatheote (Sir çilbert), _LP. Letter 
to, flore Dr. T. Short, 1732. 4066, f. 97. 

Heathcote (Gilbert), M.D. Letter to 
Sir H. Sloaue, n.d. 4075, f. 199. 

Heathcote (Henry). 
J. Thomas, . d. Fo. 

Letter to, from 
4)67, f. 16¢. 

Heathcote (John). Letter to Sir H. 
Sloane, 171. 4075, f. 196. 
I-l:eathcote (William). Letter to ------, 
. d. 4066, f. 377. 
Heathfield (Hosey), of Weston Zoy- 
l«nd, c.o. Soin. Letter to H. Co[ey, 16î. 
3822, L 170 b. 

Heaton (Richard). 
,;loane, 1727, 1729. 
f. 190. 

Letters to Sir H. 
4049, f. 14 ; 4050, 

Hebrew. 
ï. 2& 
Alphabet, rules for 
table of roots, 17th cent. 
3.q5 b. 

Alphabet, 15th cent. 3548 

reading, and a 
2117 ff. 391- 

Hecht (Joachim), of I[amburg. 
to S. tiartlib, 1647. Lat. Copy. 
ff. 46-49 b. 

Letter 
649, 

Heckîngton, co. Zinc. Inscriptions 
in the church, copied by F. Thynue, 1601.. 
o_o., f. oo 

Heckstetter (Emanuel). Inventory of 
the l:oyal lqining Company's property 
at Ke»wick leased by, 1581-1590. 2487. 

Hedon, E.R., co. York. Warraut for 
hohling a fair at, 1661. 856, f. 4. 

Hedwig, Duchess of Brunswicl: ond 
Iiineb,,rg: v. ]3ruuswick - Liinebnrg- 
Wolffeubiittel, Hedwig, daughter of .Du/e 
t[cn»y Julius. 
Hedworth (John), of Chester-lc-Strect, 
co. _Drh. Letters to Dr. A. Charlett 
1708. 4025, f. 141; 4026, f. 27. 

Heer (tIenricus ab), M.D., of To-ngern, 
in Bclgb«m. Elegy on J. Moffet, o'rc. 
1604. Lct. 741 or 4014, f. 3. 

Heer (Nathanael), of G6rlitz in Ober. 
Lausitz. Autograph in album, 1693. 
2360, f. 76 b. 

l=l:eereboord (Adrianus). 
L. Hortensius, 17th cent. 
2764, f. 214. 

Notice of 
tlologr. Lat. 

H:eerguth (Johauues Henricus), Student 
of theology at Leipzig. Autograph in 
album, 1693. 2360, f. 79 b. 

Hegge (Robert), of Durh«m ; Fellow of 
ConTus Chriti Collegc, Oxford. The 
Legend of St. Cuthbert, with the anti- 
quities of the church of Durham [1628]. 

Heidan (Abraham). Letter to 
Belliugham, c5"c. 1675. Lat. 
f. 81. 
Verses by D. 
p«,rtrait, 17th cent. 

647, 

van Ceulen on his 
Dutch. 2764, £ 66. 



INDEX. 247 

Heidegger (Johann Caspar), of Zurich. 
Autograph in album, 1669. 1795 or 
2597, f. 76. 
tteidegger (Johann IIeinrich), M.D. 
Letters to C. Sibelius à Goor, 1671-1683. 
Lat. 270.9, ff. 1, 3, 10, 29, 31, 56, 77, 
129, 132, 135, 136, 142, 147, 153. 
Autograph in album, 1670. 1795 
or 2597, f. 44. 
tteidelberg, in Germany. Instructions 
to Dr. L. Allaceio conc. the removal of 
the Palatine Library af, to the Vatican, 
1622. 1rai. 631, ff. 1-8. 
Heighmore (Nathanael). v. ttighmore. 
Hein (Conrad), Pastor of the Z'eformed 
Church et Frankfort-am-Main. A uto- 
graph in album, 1669. 1795 or 2597, 
f. 62. 

Heinrici 
Leîpzi,.I. 
2360, f. 48. 

(Joannes Tobias), Sludent af 
Autograph in album, 1693. 

Heinsius (Daniel). 

Letter to Dr. W. 
Dillingham, 1647. Lat. 1710, f. 181. 
Extempore verses on the picture 
of A. M. à Sehurman, n. d. Lat. Autogr. 
2764, f. 40. 
Extempore verses on the prema- 
turc death of A. Forest, n. d. Lat. 
Autog'. 2764 f. 155. 
Verses addressed to Heer----- 
Milauder, n.d. Dutch. 2764, f. 36. 
Verses on his picture, composed 
by S. Rossus, G. Grotius and, C. goijus, 
1645. Lat. 2764, ff. 183-185. 
. Letter on the eflïgy of, in brass 
eut by J. 5uyderhoef, n.d. Lat. 2764, 
f. 42. 

Heinsius (Nicolaas), son of 1)aniel. 
Letter to, ti'om C. de l'uteo, n.d. Lat. 
Extract. 2764, f. 

Heister (Lorenz), M.D., of A,nst«dam, 
Professor of Anatomy at Altdorf, and of 
Jl«dicine et Heimtaàt. Letters to 
J. Petiver, 1710, 1715. Enjl. anti Let. 
3321, f. 256; 4065, f. 204. 
Letter to Sir H. Sloane, 1728. 
Let. 4049, f. 216. 

Helbicius al. Ei:elbigius (Johannes 
Otto). v. Hellwig (Johann Otto von), 
Baron. 

Helcher (Carl Fridrich). Letter to 
G. Schroedter 1697. Germ. 2877 f. 113. 

Helder (Richard), of Holborn London 
Letter to J. Petiver, 171.x... 3321, f. 274. 

Helfferich (Johannes Jacobus), Wirtem- 
bergensis Ducis Consiliarius, et Prof essor 
Tubinqensis. Letters to Sir H. Sloane, 
171 4, and n.d. Lat. 4044, f. 9 ; 4059, 
f. l t6. 

Helias Francigena. 
sissio, a Minorite. 

v. Elias, de As- 

Helias, Frater Ordinis Minomtrn. 
Elias, de Assissio, a Minorite. 

Helias (Petrus), secundus Mi.ister Or- 
dinis Fratrum J[inorum post Beatum 
Franciscum. v. Elias, de Assissio, a 
$[iwrite. 

Helidoeus Padoants, M«dicus [tahts. 
De curatione febrium, 1556. 3045, ff. 1- 
28b. 

Heling al. HeaHing (P, oger), soldi«r 
ai l'a,gier. Charges agaiust, for mutin y 
and theft, 1672. 3514, ff. 89, 106. 

Heliodorus, Bishop of Tric, ca. Verses 
on lais " rEthiopica Histori.," 16th cent. 
Gr. 2424, f. 61. 
. Verses on his «J':thiopica His- 
toria," by D. Lampsonius, 16th cent. 
15". 2764, f. 2. 

Belle (Il--). Letter to Sir H. Sloane, 
1723. 4034, f..'25 b. 

Hellenbroek (lsaac), son-in-law of P,.ofi 
t'. l:«ysch. Letters to Sir It. Sloane, 
1731. Fo. 4051, ff. 199, 246. 

Heller (Joachitn), of lléissenburg ; Pro- 
f essor of J[athematics at Narember,.l. 
Epistola de nova steila 1572-1574 a,l 
C. a Carlewili, 16th cent. 95, ri: 140 b- 
142. 

Hellius (François) 
inks. dyeing quills, 
ff. 207-212 b. 

I:eceil, t for makiug 
etc., 1635. 609, 

Hellosse (Nicholas). 
MS. 57. 

Formerly owned 

Hellot (Jean), Chcmist. Drawing of a 
flowel b 1737. 196, f. 215. 

Hellwig (Johanu Otto von), Baron. 
Translation of his el,istle , "Nosee teip- 
sure corporaliter non moraliter," by 
Dr. S. Bellingham, 17th cent. 633, 
ff. 221-229. 
Extracts ri'oto his "Judiium de 
Duumviris Hermeticis Foederatis," by 
Dt-. S. Bellingham, 17th cent. 633 
ff. 230-23: b. 
Remarks of on the salt of Nature, 
late 17th cent. 630» f. 226 b. 

Helmes (R--). Jun. Letter to Sir H. 
Sloaue, 17 4030, f. 290. 



248 INDEX. 

lelmich (W,:rner). Styrieal distich 
o11, by 1'. H., 1589. Zat. 2764, f. 151• 
Helmont (Franciscus Mercurius van), 
;Baron. Chemical processcs, the nleth«»d 
of gilding with mercury, receipts for the 
tooth-ache, etc., 1662. ngl. and Let. 
508. 
Observations physical, alchemicai 
and theological, 162. 5.30, IL 5-45 b, 
60-74. 
Etraordinary l)assages in the life 
of, 17th cent. 530, ff 46-59. 
Lire of his fither, J. B. vau tlel- 
mont, late 17th cent. 617, ff. 142-151 b. 
lelmont (Jan Baptista van). Works, 
with lire prefixed, trans]ated by DI-. D. 
Foote, late 17th cent. 617, ff. 141 b- 
216b. 
Of the stone-eolick, tranlated by 
l)r. D. Foote, laie 17th cent. 617, ff: 1- 
84 b. 
-- His treatise, "Febriutn doctrina 
inaudit.," translated by Dr. D. Foote, 
late 17th cent.. 630, ff. 31-7ï. 
Aurora, the day-breake, or a new 
spring to the art of medicine by trans- 
lated into English by Dr. D. Foote, 17th 
cent. [mperf. 632, ff. 26-41 b. 
Victus ratio, 17th cent. L'w31. 
633, ff. 143-148. 
-- " Volupe viventium molbus, anti- 
quitus putatus " et "ignotus hy«lrol,s," 
17th cent. 'm./L 2772, ff: 27-59; 2819. 
Aphorismi tIelmoltiani, late 17th 
cent. 615, ff: 89 b-97 ; 630, ff: 240-24'3. 
Index rerum memorabilium in ejus 
lractatibus de |ithiasi, febribus, humori- 
bus et peste, late 17th cent. 615, 
ff. 66-89. 
- Contenta omnia ejus totius operis 
de re medica, in ordinem alldabeticum 
tedacta, late 17th cent. 615, ff. 98- 
132 b ; 633, ff. 237-277 b. 
lndex secundum editionem Elzi- 
virianam, 1652, observabiliorum quorun- 
data ex omni pagina ejus totius"Ortus 
medicinoe" collectorum, 1697. 615, ff. 
133-141 b. 
- Nomenclatura tol,ographica ejus 
operum, late lîth cent. 615, ff: 142- 
145b. 
Nomenclatura morborum et affec- 
tuum morbosorum in ejus operibus, late 
17th cent. 615, ff. 146-151. 
Index locorum sacrarum scriptur- 
arum in ejus toto opere citatorum, 1698. 
615, ff. 151 b-162 b. 
-- Axiomata medica, late 17th cent. 
615, f. 163. 

ttelmont (Jan Baptista van) (continucd). 
De liquore Alkahest ex, late 17th cent. 
631, f. 236. 
Example from, of the diseae of 
the stone, 18th cent. 3646, f. 67. 
- Medical extracts from, 17th cent. 
1135, possim ; 1733, ff. 462 b-464. 
- Chemîcal processes, 18th cent. 
3984, ff. 127-130. 
- Scheme ofhis natvity» by Dr. Ber- 
nard, n.d. 1707, f. 45b. 

ttelmstedt, Unirersit!l of, in Brunswicl:. 
Letter ff'oto the theological staff to 
J. Dury, 1634. Lat. Cotgy. 402, f. 140. 

Collegium controversiarum Helm- 
stadiensium, 1644. 3181, ff. 385-428b. 

Helperby, Famit,j of. 
1429, f. 45 b. 

l'edigre«, 1655. 

Helpericus, S«ngallensis 3[ocact, us. De 
computo ecclesiastico, llth cent. 263.. 
ff. 2-13 b. 

Helt (Adoll,hus), Pl.,toc at St. Xichol's 
Church in Stade. Exposition of the 
Revelation of St. John 1649. Transi. 
1414. 

Helvétius (Jean 

Claude Adien), Physi- 
clan to t/,e Duc OEOrhrans. Sentimens 
sur le livre intitulé Trait6 du Cancer, 
1698. 3742, ff. 1-54 b. 

- Let tre 
la pierre de 
ff: 55-7" 
Letters 
1732. ;Lat. 

"" sujet de 
à, de son pee, au 
Porc, 17th cent. 3742, 

to Sir H. Sloane, 1723- 
and t't. 4047, f. 14 ; 

4049, f. 261 ; 4050, f. 206 ; 4052, f. 160 
(hnl)erf .). 
-Letters to, from Sir Il. Sloane, 
1723, 1729. Fr. andLa/. 3322, t". 130; 
4068, ff: 116, 158. 

Helvetius (Johann Friedrich), of the 
lla9ue ; Physiciau to the States General. 
Lettre au sujet de la pierre de Porc à 
son fils, 17tla cent. Co1» . 3742, ff. 55-73. 

Helvig (Christoph), Jun. Letters fo 
J. Petiver, 1710, 1711. 3321, ff. 257, 
260. 
Helvigius (Ch'istophorus). r. Hehvig 
(Christoph), Se». 
ttelwash (Si» Jarvis). 
Gervase). 
IIelwig (Christoph), Sen. Oratio de 
studii Botanici nobi]itate, 17th cent. 
1733, ff. 317-323 b. 
Letter fo C. Schroedter 1672. 
2876, £ 93. 

r. He!wys (Sh" 

Lat. 



INDEX. -°49 

:I=Ielwys (Sir Gerv,se), 
lb,'er. Proceedings against, 
arraignment at Guildhall, 1615. 
52-70; 2572, ff. 140-179. 

Lieutenant of the 
at his 
1002, 

H:emminga (Sixtus ab), son of IIector 
ab llemming« and B«rbara a G ratinga. 
lloroscope, 1533-1573. 1697, ff. 52,76. 

Post-mortem 
Cooper, n. d. 

Char[erhousc. 
4065, f. 45. 

Hempaon (Miss .----). 
examination of, by Dr. 
4078 f. 92. 
Hempson (W--), of the 
Letter to J. Pctiver, 1712. 

Hemsterhuis (Joannes), Medival Stu- 
dent af Leyden. Owned, in 1679, MS. 
2826. 

Henaunde, Comitissa de. v. Hainault, 
Count of. Wiiliam III. 
Henchman (Daniel). Letter to J. 
Petiver, 1706. 3321, f. 196. 
Henchman (ttumphrey), Æishop o.f 
I ondon. Letter to, h'om J. Luke, 1672. 
;3511, t: 9.3. 
80 Of 
of hîs 

Henchman (Thomas), eldest 
I3ishop llenchman. Scheme 
nativity, 1630. 1707, f. 5. 

Henckel, D,.. v. llenkel (Johann Fried- 
rich). 
Hend (Thomas). Alchemical process, 
17th cent. 1842, ff. 13 b-15. 

Henderman (Johannes F,'hlerîcus), of 
17urn. utogral»h in album, 1696. 
2360, f. 
Henderson (, ), widoo o Bartolo- 
mew lh'nderson. Claires of, to ber 
husbaud's property, 1669. 3510 f. 83. 

Henderson (Alex.nder). Supplication 
of the general assembly of the Church 
of Scotlaad convened at Glasgow to 
Charles I., subscribed by, as Moderator, 
1638. 650, ff. 81-83 b. 
Letters ta, h'om J. Dury, 1641, 

654, ff. 199 209, 212. 
(Bartolomew), J[arshal- 
Tangier. Inventory of his 
3510, f. 144. 

Henderson 
Gen,'ral of 
goods, 1669. 
Warrant for court-martial on his 
executors, 1669. 3514, f. 6. 
:Henderson (William), of St. Chris- 
tol)er' s IslG tVest lies. Letter to Dr. 
P. Blair, 171. 4065, f. 238. 
Heneage (Samuel). Letter to J. Petiver, 
1715. 4065» f. 216. 
Hengham (Friar Richard, of tle Friars 
Minor' l[oe at 8eouthamlon. For- 
merly owned 3IS. 1617. 

Henkel (Johann 
Letters to Sir 
Lat. 

1740. 

cent. 
Henley (Sir 

Frie,lrich), of F,.e!/berg. 
H. Sloane, 173.4, 1740. 
1968 f. 59; 4056, f. 309. 
Letter to, from Sir H. Sloane, 
Lat. 4069, f. 52. 
List of minerals wanted by, 181h 
1,68, f. 178. 

Andrew), 1st art., of 

11ra,nshill, co. ti, mts, and Henle9, co. 
,ç»n. Correspondence chiefly tel. to his 
private aflhirs, 1659-1669. 813. 
- Letter to, as Deputy Lieuteuant 
fer Southamptou, fi'om Sir R. Howard 
1660. 32'09, f. 24. 
Owned in 167., 1679, MS. 954. 

:I:]:enley (Robert), of l/«nley, co. 
Lawsuit v. ll. Hitchcocke, 1633. 
f. 42. 

Henley Q.'atharine). Letter to ber aunt, 
Hare, . d. 4075, f. 216. 
Henley (John), O,'ator. Letter fo Sir 
H. Sloane, 1734. 4053, f. 253. 
O.Fon . 

Henley (Si," P, obert), of the Grange. 
Letter to his brother, Sir Andrew, lç,64. 
813 f. 81. 

Hemaeberck. v. ttenneberg. 

I-Ienneberg, Count of. IIe,'man II. Epi- 
grain on, and account of, Margaret his 
wife(ob. 1276), 1633. 1710, ff. 120, 121. 

Henneberg (George Ernest ab), Courir. 
Reme«lia vaÆia pro, 16th cent. 1840, 
f. 24 b. 

Henningius (II C--), 2LD., of 
brtr«cht. Letter to C. Sibelius à 
1679. Lat. .°;2, f. 46. 

Henningius (Joaehimus), of 6'udraw ; 
S«bconrector ScholoE Joannitice. Me- 
moria de F. Hohnanno, 17th cent. 2888, 
ff. 34-41. 
--------- Epitaph on D. Mollet, 16ç7. Lat. 
288, t: 88. 

Henny-ood, L,,d,./. 
eyes late 17th cent. 

Henrichsen (--), Secrcta,'y to 
ttïng of Dcnmark. l.etter to Sir 
Sloane, 1742. Ff. 4057, f. 148. 

Plaister for sore 
1087, f. 53 b. 
the 
tl. 

Henricus (J), of ('openhagen. 
to J. H. Magelius 1707. Lat. 
f. 251. 

Letter 
2877, 

Henrion (Sieholas). 
8chroedter, n.d. a%-. 

Letter to G. 
2877, £ 308. 

Henriquez (Autouius). 
MS. 293. 

Formerly owned 



250 

INDEX. 

Henry the Minstrel, commonly called 
Blind llarry. Supposed COl, y of his 
ehronicle, circ. 1600. 1226. 
Henshaw (Thomas), of the Hddle 
Teml,le ; U, tde," S«cret«r!l of the F,'ech 
tong,c to Charles IL Alchemical diary 
and practice, 1668. 2222, ff: 136b- 
141 b. 

Hensman (Domine --.), of co. 
Northants. hledical prescriptions for, 
by Dr. J. hic!lord, 1652. Zat. 2812, 
ff. 17b, 50b. 

Henzell (B--), Alchemist, o.f O.çford. 
Let!ets to fiir H. Sloane, 1737. 4055, 
ff: 187 190. 

Hepburn (George), o.f K,'wj's Lynn, co. 
N,,U'ol/,'. Letters to Dit H. 8loane, 1721- 
1734. 4053, f. 97; 4075, f. 218; 4078, 
f. 6b. 
Hepburn (James), 4th Earl of l?,othwell, 
oftcrw. D,I.'c o.f Orknc!/. Order of the 
Scottish Council for his trial, 28 March, 
1567. (.',py. 3199, f. 8 b. 
Bond of the Scotti.,h Lords sup- 
porting hin, 19 Al,ril, 1567. (_'opie,'. 
3199, ri: 96, 137 b, 312, 337. 
Le!ter to the Archbishop of Glas- 
gow, 1567. Copy. 3199 f. 151 b. 
Hepburne (Robert), M.D. qf 
Treatment of diseases and medical diary, 
1660-1661. Lot. 201. 

Heptinstall (John), Publishc,-. Letter 
to Dr. W. tlolder, 169]. 1388, f. 155. 
Heraldry. Catalogue of books of 
heraldry, circ. 1700. 885, f. 110. 
- Treatk-e cm, 15th cent. Lat. and 
EngL 3744, ff. 2 b-7. 
Ancient manner and order of the 
Oflïcers at Arms, made and confirmed 
1568. 1742, ff. 26-47. 
Ordinary of Arms, 17th cent. 

1461. 

Alphabet of arms to let!er B, 
Oo 
17th cent. 662, ff. 12 b-_o. 
Arms of thc Barons .:u 13ol in 
Parlament, 18th cent. Engravcd. 3424, 
£3. 
r. Arms. 
Camden (William). 
Constable (Philip). 
Locusto (Archangelo). 
Pont (James). 
Suffolk, County of. 

Herbert, Family of. Pedigree, 1655. 
1429» L 50. 
Herbert (C«pt. -----), of Tan,fier. In- 
structions to W. Rumbold» 1667. 3509 
f. 208. 

Herbert (Antre), wid,w of Arthur, Earl 
of Torrin,.Iton. Let!er to Sir H. Sloaue, 
1724. 4077 f. 234. 
Herberl; (Arthur), Earl of Torri»gton. 
Original instructions, as Admiral, on 
the expedition to lrelaud, 1689. 3650 
£14. 
Original instructions, as Admiral, 
on the expedition to Brest, 1689. 3650, 
f. 16 b. 
Le!ter to, as Commissioner of 
Longitude, fi'om W. Gunbie, n.d. 3322, 
f. 170. 

Herbert (E--), of 
Letter from ber to 
4075, f. 22l. 
Herbert (Ed ward), 

IGdbrook, co. Ct. 
Sir tl. Sloane, n. d. 

.Boron tlerbert of 

Cherbury. De veritate, 1622. Orig. 
ith autogr, corrections. Lnperf. 3957. 
Correspondence with J. Hiibner, 
1640. Lot. copies. 639» ff. 89-97 125- 
141. 

HerbeoE (Sir Edwal'd), ,%licitor-Gcneral. 
leport from the Lord.,' Commit!ce tÇ 
the Commons, with the Common' resolu- 
tions, 1640. 1200, ff. 27-30. 

Herbert (Sir Edward), tit«b,r Ea,'l of 
Portlan:l ; Lord Cld«f Justice. Charac- 
ter of. by Councillor Sloane, 17th cent. 
4021, f. 147. 
Le!ter to, from ------, 1687. 4062, 
t: '224. 
Let!er t% fi'om Sir H. Sloane 1688. 
4068 f.  
, o 

Herbert (George), Public Orator at Cern- 
bridge. Le!ter to Bishop Andrewes, 
[1619-1626]. Lat. 118, f. 10. 
Verses on Avarice fi'om «, The 
Teml,le," and stanzas LVIII and LIII 
ri'oto the "Church Porch "; out of the 
edition of 1678. 3796, f. 17 b. 
IIS. 3957 was dedicated to, by his 
brother, Lord Herbert of Cherbury, in 

Herbert (H--). v. Herbert (Henry), 9th 
Earl of _Pe,nbrokc. 

Herbert (Henry), 2nd Earl of Pcmbrolw. 
Royal le!ter to, for men to be sent out 
of Wales into Ireland, 1596. Copy. 
33, f. llb. 

Herbert (Henry). M.P. Let!er to, from 
Th. Duckett, [1646]. 2404, f. 5. 



INDEX. 

251 

Herbert (ttenry), 9th Ea»'l of Pembroke. 
Memoir by, of his father, 1734. Fr. 
4068, f. 251. 
- Letters to Sir IL SIoane, [1722]- 
173, and ,. d. 4053, f. 217; 4055, 
f. 265 ; 4059 ff. 154-160 b ; 4076, £ 242. 

Herbert (Jo---), J.P. for co. Middl«sex. 
Warrant tbr the alq)rehension of )Irs. 
Wi]lan, 17o3. 4026 f. 256. 

Herbert (Mary), 3rd wif« of l[«n,'y, 2nd 
Earl o.f PembroÆe. Tragea: a medical 
receipt of, copied by Sir T. Turquet de 
hlayerne, ch'c. 1620. Lat. 1988, f. 138. 

Epitapla on, attributed to B.Jonson, 
17th cent. 1792, f. 59. 

Herbert (Mary), wife of lion. 
8;«wyer l[erbrt. Letter to 
Sloate, n.d. 4075 f. 220. 

obcrt 
Sir II. 

Herbert 

(I'hilip), Earl of Montgomery, 
afterw. 4th Earl of Pembroke. Privy 
Council letter, signed by, 162. 3827, 
f. 71. 

Bond to Sir P. Vanloor, for a loan 

of £1000 to pay 
Sign, d. 1044, £ 261. 
Suggestions of 
husbandry addressed 
2519. 

his debts, 1626. 

improvements in 
to, post 1630. 

Herbert (lion. Robert Sawyer), of tliyh- 
clerc; 2nd son of T/mm,m, 8th Earl of 
Iembroke. Letter to Sir lt. Sloane, ». d. 
4075, f 219. 
Herbert (Thomas), 8th Earl of Perol:e. 
Memoir of, by his son Itenry and Sir H. 
Sloane, 1734. Fr. 4068 f. 250. 
Letters to Sir H. Sloane, n. d. 
4059, fl: 148--153 b ; 4078 £ 14. 

Herbert (W--). Stanzas on a brother's 
death, 16th cent. 2497, f. 2. 

Herbert 

(William), 3rd E«,'I of Pem- 
broke. Privy Council letter, signed by, 
162. 3827, f. 71. 
Bond to Sir P. Vanloor for a loan 
of £1000 to his brother Philip, 1626. 
1044, £ 261. 

Poem, 17th cent. Copy. 1446, 
f. 35. 

Poem on his death, while Chan- 
cellor of Oxford, [1630]. 542, f. 14. 
l=Ierbinet (), of Paris. Letter to 
Sir H. Sloane, with a printed advertise- 
ment, 1715. T'r. 4044, ff. 14, 16. 
:H:erd (John), M.D. ; Prebendary of Yorb. 
Historia Henrici Regis Septimi heroico 
carmine descripta, 16th cent. 1818, 
ff. 132-166. 

Hereford, C/ty of. Account of the 
siege «,f, 164. 1519, £ 66. 
MS. 272 belonged to several of the 
citizens. 

Heremitius 
(Daniel). 
Heri (Therri de). 

(Danicl). v. Eremita 

v. Héry (Thierri de). 

Hering (Christol, horus). Funeral ora- 
ti,.n in praise of A. von Eitzen, 1653. 
Lat. 28, L 21. 

v. Severinius al. 

:Herland (Bartholus). 
Herland (Bartholus). 

:H:erle (William), English Ambassador fo 
Embden. |'rov)sitions from, to Count 
Edzard, 1586. Lat. 32'9, f. 12. 

:H:erlin (Georgius), A,gustcns#. Formel'ly 
owned MS. 702. 

:H:erman al. Hermann (Anna), wid,,,o 
of Paulus flermann,ts. Letters to Sir 
H. Sloane, 1698-1704. 4037, ff. 15, 50 
125, 163, 184, 207, 243, 297, 335 ; 4038 
ff: 16, 62 ; 4039 ff. 200 231. 
Letter to J. Petirer, n. d. Impe,'f. 
3322, t: 175. 
Herman (John), of Leyden. Letters to 
J. Petiver 1711. 3321, ff. 262, 265. 

Hermann (Anna). v. Herman. 

Hermann (Johann Jacob), l'rofcssor of 
Gceek at B,«slc. Autogral,h in album 
1670. 1795 or 2597, f. 56. 

Hermannus 

(Paulus), M.D., Profcssor 
of l:otany at Leydcn. Matelia lIedica, 
17th cent. 2299. 
Cynosura artis medicoe, 17th cent. 
and 1697. 1211 ; 1363. 
Drawiugs from his "Paradisus 
Batavus," with auto.qcaph notes, 17th 
cent. 4003, ff. 25-80. 

de, 15th cent. 

Hermes, S. hlemoria 
2916, £ 121 b. 

Hermes the Interpreter. 

Hermes, Trisme,jitus. 

ters of a l'uritan, a 
Pal,ist, in verse, by A. 
346, ff. 2-10 b. 
Secreta 
mica, 14th cent. 2135, ff. 12-I 7. 
 De salibus et corporibus, 
cent. 1698, ff. 53-55. 
- Liber artis alchimioe, 14th 
1754 f. 60. 
- De quintis essentiis 15th 
Engl. 73, ff. 10-25. 
- Opus summum, metrice, 

cent. 

Charac- 
Protestant an, l a 
Leighton, 1622. 

alche- 

14th 

cent. 

cent. 

15th 
212, ff. 33 b-25 ; 692, ff. 83 b-93. 



INDEX. 

Hermes, 

Trlsmeglst,ts (conthv,ed). Opus 
minerale, 15th cent. 2327, ff. 15-2(. 
The visions of Itermes, 15th cent. 
690, ff. 27-30. 
I)e lapide philosophico, 15th cent. 
--'-- f. 4 b. 
De transmutatione corporum ! 5th 
cent. ,)qo L 14. 
Tabula Smaragdina cure llortu- 
lani commentari% 1545, 1580 an,l 17th 
cent. Lat., E, yl. and Ge. 32n. 
L l12b; 1255, . 250-253b; 2327, 
fl: 28-30; 252, ff. 109b-110; 2715, 
iL 82-89 h ; 3117, ff. 95-108 b ; 3580 A. 
ff. 23 b-31 (Printcd); 3427 f. 48. 
Excerpta ex commentariolo in 
Tabulam Smaragdinam ab H. Jacobin% 
17th cent. 3737 ff. 107-138. 
De judiciis astrorum 16th 
311 fl: 123-128 b. 
Of tlermetical philosophy 
1600. 687. . 

1676. 

cent. 

circ. 

tlermetic Philosophy, 1671-1677. 

ColIectanea chymica tlermetica, 

th cent. 2053, ff. 2-65. 
IIermetick 
7th cent. 
Liber 
84-100. 

Raptures : a 
 O 
063-, ff. 148-17. 
Magicus, 17th cent. 

poem, 

3847, 

Translation of his " Mathematicall 
Phvsickes," by J. Harvey, 17th cent. 
17'4, ff. 283-298. 
. « Book of the xL glasses," 17th 
cent. 3633, ff. 34-47. 
Treatise on alchymy, 17th cent. 
317, ff. 18-26. 
llydropyrographum Hermeticum, 
translated from German, by I. F. H. 
o,, ff. 87- 94 b. 
Concordance between him and 
Aristotle, by G. Ril)ley , 17th cent. 
3667, ff. 149 b-157. 
De imaginibus magicis, 17th cent. 
3850, ff. 182-17. 

Hernandez (Francisco), Xori (b'bis 
Medicus 1)rim, trius. Historia rerum 
medicarum Hispaniœe :Novoe, 17/h cent. 
1555. 

Herne (John). Formerly owned IS. 
636. 

:Herne (Thomas), Tutor fo the Duke of 
Bedf(,rd's child,'en. Letters o Sir H. 
S]oaue, 1720. 4075, ff: 222, 224. 

Hero, of Alexa»dria. 
geometricoe definition% 
Copied, 1650. 2437. 

Vocabulorum 
1547. Grcek. 

Herodotus. Three speeches in Hero- 
d,»tus, Bks. viL, vt., translated by E. 
Sherburn% 1656. 832, f. 40 b. 

Heron (S;r Cuthbert), of Chipc]ase. 
Letter to Lord Cal'lisle, 168-. 2724, 
f. 196. 

Heron (Thomas), of co. Li,c. Grant 
of M.D. to, fr«m Padua University, 
1602. Ect. 3450. 

Herrengrund, in Hungary. Aceount 
of a COl)per mine uear, by Dr. E. Browne, 
17th cent.. 1911-1913, f. 159. 

Herriard, co. So, thants. Memorandum 
ofsums I,ai,l for the church, 1516. 2581, 
f. 24b. 

Herrick (Robert), Poet. Poems, 17th 
cent. Copies. 1446, ff. 17 b, 18 b, 62 b, 
74 b, ,8. 
Iterries, P, aron. v. Maxwell (John). 

Herring (Francis), LD., qf Lomlo;,. 
Translation of .l. Oberndoerffer's ,t l'he 
anatonyes of the truc physiti,,n 
and counterfeit mounte-banke," 16ï. 
Iml»e f. Pritted. 121, ff. 62-65 b. 

Herrliberger (David). Letter to Si," 
H. Sloane, 172. 4050, f. 7'2. 

Hertel (Benjamin), of Gri,nma in Meis- 
sen, in ,q«xon!/. Autograph in album 
169o. 2360, f. 50. 
Hertel (Christian Friedrich), of Grim,,,,« 
in Meissen, in S, xony. Autogral,l in 
album, 1693. 2360, f. 52. 
Hertford, County of. Letter to tho 
Justice% from James I., 1608. 3827, f. :. 
Letter to the New Drapery Com- 
pany in, from Lord Salisbury, and Sir 
F. Bacon, [16183. 3827, f. 19. 

Hertford, E,,'l of. v. Seymour (Edward). 

Hertodt a Todtenfeldt (Johann Ferdi- 
hand), l'hilosophke et Medîcin Do«tor. 
Epistoloe ad Ehemeridum «ollectores 
c»ntra Philalethem anonymum, cure 
anonymi responsionibu.% 17th cent. 
646, ff: 2, 3 b, 11 b, 13, 23, 24. 

Herveius, .si G.npi Abbas. 
gency (tlervd ,le). 

v. Bea u- 

Hervey (Thomas), of Downham. Letter 
to ir H. Sloane, 1699 4037, f. 37.'». 

Hervy (Francis), of Weston Farell, co. 
Arorthants. Medical prescription for, by 
l)r. J. Metford, 1655. Lat. 2,12, f. 64. 
Medical prescription for his wif, 
by Dr. J. 3letford, 1655. Lat. 281 .» 
--, 
79. 



IgDEX. 253 

téry (Thierri de), ,S'ur,je,',t fo llenri III., 
of l"rance. Treatise, in 1368, on the 
Fren¢h l,OX, translated by Dr. W. Martin, 
1588. 2323, fL 9-48. 
I-Ieryard, l»arish of. v. Hcrriard, co. 

Herzogenbusch. 
Braba.t. 

v. Bois-le-Duc, 

Hesilrig (Sir Arthur). v. tlasilrig. 
Hosketh (Henry), (.'/««pl«b to Ch,o'/as 
Il. and Villiam H[. Sermort on 
Matth. ri. 22, sent with a letter to 
Dr. S. Col|iris, 1704. Auto,jr. 1824, 
ff: 1 '27-134. 

Hesketh 
Jledeth, 
Sir H. filoane, n.d. 4075, £ 226. 
Heslerigg (Sir Arthur). v. llaselrig. 
Hes8 (Jean), of Zurich. Letter to 
Petiver, 1713. If. 3322, f. 1 
Hesse-Cassel, Lamtyrace qf. 

(Martha), wif of Thomas 
M.P. for l'feston. I.etter to 

Maurice. 
work fol', 

Letter on some alchemical 
160s. 2172, f. 18. 
. Otto. Autogral,h in album, 1611, 
1615. 3415 f. 17 b ; 3416, L 9 b. 
Hesslerr (Georgio Ridolfo d'), of Aaplcs. 
Owned, in 1624, MS. 2757. 
Hethcote (Sir Gilbert). v. Heathcote. 
Hetherington (J), Secret«ry fo 
Dake of Be.iford. Letters to Sit" H. 
filoane, 1724, 1725. 4075, ff. 209--215. 

Heucher (Joaunes Henricus de), 
l'hysi¢iaa to the Ki,tg of Poland and 
Professor of Aatomy end lotany bi 
BTtte&erg Academy. Letters to Sir H. 
Nloane, 1727-1742. Let. and 1+. ,.o 
L 117 ; 4049, f. 48; 4051» fl: 8 304- 
306 b; 4052, f. 108; 4055 f. 15; 4056 
L 104; 4057 f. 143. 
Letters to flore Sir H. Sloane, 
1727-174o and n.d. 1')'., E«ql. and 
Lat. 3322, ff. 122, 184; 4069, fl: 5 36 
169. 

Heurnius (Johannes). Medical pre- 
scrit, tions taken out of his works, 17th 
cent. Zat. 1394, ff: 106-130. 
--- Conmer.taries on " Hippocratis 
Aphorismi," 17th cent. Lat. Excerpts. 
739, ff. 64--72; 1511, ff. 97 b-148. 
- Institutiones medic;e, 17th cent. 
lçxcerlvts. 739, ff: 72 b-98 b. 
- De febribus, 17th cent. Excoriera. 
3792, ff. 13-1t. 

Heuss (Michaei), of M«m,,d, qlen. l, etters 
to Dr. J. G. Scheuchzer. 1726, 1727. 
Germ. --'')..._ ff. 115, 119, 124 ; 4066, f. . 

Hevelius 

(Joannês). Consd af Daatzic. 
Letter to ------. on J. llorrocks' " Venus 
in Sole visa," [166ï]. Lat. lm)gerf. 651, 
fi 165. 
Letter to frotn 31. Behm, 1667. 
Tra,d. 3646, f. 9 l. 
I.etters to, ff'oto Drs. N. Grew and 

R. ttooke, 1677, 167. Lat. 1942, 
ff. 4,31. 

Heward (--). 
and sicknesses, 165-1653. 

Note of his son's birth 

177, f. 9. 

Hewetson (Mary). Certifieate of her 
lnarriage to DI'. N. TM 
Grex 1678. 1941 
f. 17. 

Hewetson (N--). Letter to ber brother- 
in-law Dr. N. Grew, 1687. 1963, f. 
100 b. 

Hewett (Sir William), Lord 3lay,,r of 
London. Letter to, ff'oto the Council 
159. 1710, ff'. 158-160. 
Hewett(Thomas). Appointment of as a 
l'ensioner of the Charterhouse, by the 
Duke of Ormon,le, 1682. 203 f. 133. 

Hewit (J,,hn), 3"amaica Planter. Petition 
to I.ord Carlisle against Easign R. Beai'e 
[1677-1681. 2723, f. 25. 

Hewitt (Thon,as), 3LD., qf War,,'ick. 
Letter to Sir Il. Sloane, 1721. 4075, 
f. 227. 

/=Iewson (John), le:licid«. Letter to .';_'if 
.T. Fairfitx, 164 1519, £ 166. 

Heydanns, D. v. tIeidan (Abraham). 

Heyden (John), ]'coin.an, of lVhitthgton. 
Memorandum of debt of, to H. 3ohn»on 
n.d. 3547, f. 5. 

Heydenreich (Carolus Gottofredus), 
,S'tadent of La,,,s at Leipzig. A utograph 
in albutn, 1693. 2360 f. 41. 

Heydon, Fa,,dly off 
1429» f. 43 b. 

Pedigree, 1655. 

Heydon (G,pt. ----), " t:e]b,'mcre '" 
Ojcer in Bremen. Note of arrears of 
pay bought by, 17th cent. 356, ff. 1, 
35b. 

Heydon (John), Astrologer ,,nd Attorneg. 
Note of his birth, 1629. 1708, f. 113. 

IIeylin (Peter), of Magdalen College, 
Oxford. Verses on Christ Church men 
conc. the l,lay before the King and l'rince 
at Woodstock, 1621. 542 f. 38. 

t:Ieyner (-----). tleyneriana miscellanea, 
17th cent. 1988, ff. 161-167. 

Heyrick (John), of St. Martin's, Le&ester. 
El, ital,h , 1589. 1630, L 164 b. 



254 

INDEX. 

/cteyward (S/« George). MS. 3151 was, 
temp. Jas. I., dedicated to him by G. 
Pye. 
J:Iey-worth (William), Bishop o.f Lichjîeld 
awl Coventry. Information of his proc- 
tors prosecuting the cause and business 
of the firstfl'uits of his secs at Rome, 
circ. 1423. Lat. 4079. 

:I-Iibernus (Cornelius), ex- Franciscaa 
Frîar. Letter to Qu. Elizabeth» n. d. 
Let. 3299, f. 43. 
Hickes (George), D.D., Dean of Worcester, 
and Bishop of "l'hctf,rd. Letters to Sir 
H. Sloane, [16]99-171, and n.d. Lat. 
and E:ll. 4037, f. 267; 403s, f. 6; 
401, f. 327 ; 4042 f. 21 ; 4043, f. 230 ; 
4059, ff. 161-170 b. 
- Letter to, from R. Thoresby, 1701. 
4063, f. 119. 
Letter t% from T. Hyde, 170. 
4063, t: 133. 
- Letter to from tt. Wanley 1702. 
3984, f. 261. 
 Letter to, from Sir G. Wheler n. d. 
4067 f. 204. 
Letter t% fi'om-----, a.d. 4066, 
f. 148. 

:l=Iickes (J--), of co. Cornw. Letters to 
Sir It. Sloane, 1703. 4039, ff. 163, 164. 
- Letter to, f,'om Dr. W. Musgrave, 
1704. 4025, f. 186. 
Hickford (Robert), seroant of the 
of Vorf,,ll¢. Trial for high treason» 157½. 
1427, ff. 82-86. 

ttickford (William). Letter to, 
H. Ovington, 1657. 2717, f. 33. 
Hickie (Den.), 
,ene. Letter 
O  
4045, f..9.. 

M.D., of Meulant sur 
to Sir H. Sloane, 1720. 

ttickman (F---), Clerk of the Council in 
Jamaica. Copies of minutes of councils 
in Jamaica, 1687-1688, during the 
govern,,rship of the Duke of Albemarle, 
certified by, 168ô. 1599, f. 127 b. 
Hickman (H enry),Vonconformist Dicbw. 
Exhortation after sermon at Leyden in the 
afternoon, 15 Jun% 1664. 608, f. 228 b. 
Hickman (N), Physh:i«n fo t/te Dke 
of Kingst,m. Letter to Sir H. 51oane, 
1726. 4075, f. 228. 
Hickman (Thomas Wiadsor), 7th Baron 
IVindsor, a.fterw. 1st Earl of Plymouth. 
Royal letters to the councii of Jamaica, 
appointing him Governor, 1661. 856, 
f. 37. 
- Letter to, fl'om C. de P. Lenevill% 
1662. Fr. 2448 f. 56. 

Hide (Ned). v. Hyde (lion. Edward), 
son of Wdward, 1st Earl of Clarendon. 

Hiegell (Joannes Crafto), Electoris T,'e- 
virensis Archiat«r. Lelters to J. Petiver, 

1704-1709. 
4064, f. 71. 
ttiel (--). 
cent. 

Lat. 3321, ff. 160, 174, 250 ; 

Theological discourse, 17th 
2608. 

ttieroglyphicoe. 
phica, 15th cent. 

Schemata hierogly- 
3551 ff. 63-69 b. 

Hieronymus, 

Stmct,s. v. Jerome, 

Higden (Ranuiph), Chronicle,'. Poly- 
chrouicon, lib. i., 15th cent. 289, 
ff. 1-5. 

Higgen (Richard), of 8ilkstone, co. York. 
Note of his marriage to Agues, widow of 
T. Hêadelaie, 1581. 130, f. 73. 

Higgins (John), l'icar of Winsham, co. 
So,n. G. Ryplev's " Me,lulla Aikimioe," 
translated b., 17th cent. 1842, ff. 78--98. 

Higgins (Richard). Stcward 
Thomas" Ilospital, London. 
St. Thomas' Hospita], 1671. 
f. 78. 

Legacy to 
2728, A. 

Highmore, FamiO of, Questions re- 
specting the birth and death of members 
of, 1682. 1053, L 5,q. 
Arms, 17th cent. 549, f. 1. 

Highmore (Abraham), J[a]. Letters to 
his cousin, l)r. N. ttighmore, 16.3. 1053, 
49, 54, 56. 

Highmore (EIizaheth), we of D,'. 
aV«than,«el Highmorv. Formerly owned 
MS. 535. 
Highmore (Nathanael), I?ector of 
Cauw.lle Pu,'se, co. Dors. Letter fo, 
h'om his son, Dr. N. ltighmore, n. d. 
Draft. 546, f. 3. 
Highmore (Nathanael), [.D. Loci 
communes, 1676-1683. Zut. and Eagl. 
534; 545; 54.q; 549; 581. 
Aaatomia restaurata, sire corporis 
humani disquisitionis anatomicœe liber 
546. 

l,rimus, 17th cent. llologr. 
Anatomia restaurata, 
Corrected dr«ft. 547. 

I7th cent. 

Collectanea de remediis, 17th cent. 
535. 
-. De medicamentorum facultatibus, 
17th cent. 576. 
Collectanea nnatomica 17th cent. 

577. 

cent. 

] nstitutiones anatomicoe, 17 tri 
579. 



INDEX. 255 

t]:ighmore 

(Nathauael), M.D. (,'oa- 
tbtued). De febribu.% 17th cent. 573. 
• Oi:»ervationes de signis morborum, 
17th cent. 582. ff. 1-32 b. 
_- Observationes de methodo medendi, 
17th cent. 582, ff. 33-37 b. 
De urinis, 17th cent. 572, ff. 1-22. 
Medicamenta chemica, 17th cent. 
543, ff. 1-19. 
. Draïts of letters on medica| sub- 
jects, 17th cent. 548»passim. 
Letter, on the death of Lady Syrien- 
hum, to her father, n d. Ori,j. draft. 538. 
Letters to, from his cousin, Mai. A. 
tlighmore, 1683. 1053, ff: 49, 54, 56. 
Owned MS. 542. 

IIighwy (Jacobus). Versus de lupo et 
agno, 17th cent. 1466, f. 38. 
ttilrdus, Açcromanticus. Dialogus inter 
eum et quendam spiritum. «le lapide 
philosÇæhorum, 16th cent. 1077, f. 3. 
:Hilret (Peter), Physiclan, of St. 
d'Angcly. Medical commonplace hook, 
1526, 1527. Lat. 9. 
Hildnus (Guilhelmus Fabricius). r. 
Fabricius (Wilhelm) vo Ililden. 
Hildershm (Arthur), of Trînit,.t II«ll 
Ca mb r icj e. Notes of lis serinons by 
D. Foote, 17th cent. 598, £ 8. 
:Hildred (Philip), qf Port Royal, .Ltm, tb'a. 
Letter to Lord Carlisle, 1680. 2724, 
f. 202. 
J:Iill (), of Londn. Notes of births 
and deaths of his children, 1504-1517». 
1609, f. 1. 
YrIill (-----), of Taagier. Accompts betw. 
Col. ll. Norwood and W. Rumbold 
ruade up by, 1666-1667. 3509, f. 153 b. 
.ttill (-----), of Gresh«m ('olleg¢. Letter 
to, ri-oto Sîr H. S]oane, 169. 4068, f. 17. 
:[Iii/ (-----). .Medical case, 18th cent. 
4078 f. 100. 
/l:ill (Abraham), Coramîssioner of Tf, ode. 
Comnonplace books, 17th-18th centt. 
Lat., Enjl. and Ff. 2891-2900. 
-.. Collection of papers relating to 

trade, 18th cent. 2902. 
Collections of phi|osophical papers, 
17th cent. 2903. 
R. Itooker's opinion of Government, 
oxtracted ri'oto his Ecclesiastical Po]ity 
by, 17th cent. 3828, ff. oo 
- Letters to Sir H. Sloane, 1692- 
172., and n. d. 4036, ff. 124, 345 ; 4040, 
f. 131; 4046» ff. 48, 183 ; 4059, f. 171. 
Epitaph, 1721. 3515, f. 34. 

Letter to J. t'«ticer, 171. 

Hfll (Ann). 
4065, £ 241. 
Hill (Benjamin). Letter to Dr. $cott, 
1694. 2338, f. 65. 
ttill (Edmond). Note ,-,f his daughters' 
births, 1604, 1606. '2.561, f. 54. 
Hill (Elizabeth). Lettcr to Dr. Bynnes, 
1652. 153, f. 40 b. 
:[-Iill (George), Apothvca,'y, of Londun. 
Experiments and cures l,êrformed and 
doue by, 1626-1628. 333, ff: ."3--42. 
Hïll (Gilbert). of Ch(«rterhouse School, anti 
Cambrid,.le University ; brother of Aar,,n 
Hill. Letter to Sir H. Sloane, 1738 
Lat. 4055, f. 347. 
Hill (John), Ironmonger, of Worcester. 
gond to R. grown, 1579. 2497, f. 33. 

Hill (John), Coh.,nel. Lotter to----- 
Persons, circ. 1670. (:bpy. 1823, f. 48. 

Hill (John), of Lowlon. Letter to Sir J. 
/lordaunt, 1672. Copy. 3511, f. 8ô. 

Hîll (John), of Dund«e. Letter to J. 
Petiver, 1712. 4065, f. 41. 
Hill (Joseph), 2Vonconformist Dicine. 
Sermon at Leyden, 1664. 60 ff. 216- 
228 b. 

Hill 
Societ!/. 
4065, f. 175. 
Letter 
4052, f. 15. 

(Joseph), Beadle o.f the Apothcc«ries 
Letter to J. l'etiver, 1714. 

to Sir I[. Sloane, 1731. 

Hill (Rev. Joseph), P,'ec«ntor of £7. David's 
Cathc&'al. Letter to .ir H. Sloane, 
1738. 4075 f. 230. 
Hill (S,'r Moyses), Pfovost-JIarshal of 
Uisto'. Letters to Lord Falkland 1627, 
1629. 3627 ff. 110, 163. 
Hill (S--). Letter to J. Petiver, n. d. 
4066, f. 378. 
]:ill (Thomas), of mmanuvl CoH., Cam- 
.bridge. 1N%tes of |ris serinons, by D. 
Foote, 17th cent. 598, t: 23 b. 
Hill (Thomas). Letter to Sir 1t. Sloane, 
1733. 4053, f. 33. 
]q:îllury (Christopher), of i5"aàsor. le- 
ceipts, chiefly medical, 1616-1630. 255 
ff. 1-22. 

Hillersden (John), Rector of Stoke Gohl- 
ington, co. l¢ucks. Medical prescriptions 
for .his wife, by Dr. J. Metford, 165'. 
Lat. 2812, ff. 53, 61 b. 

Hillingdon, co. .Mhldl. 
funguses found at, 17th 
ff. 20-33 b. 

Drawings of 
cent. 4015, 



256 

INDEX. 

Hilo, l'ort of, in l'cru. Ma l, of, 1681. 
3820, f. 63. 

Hilton, F,mily of. l'edigree, 1655. 
1429, L 45. 
Hinckley (Nicholas). Owned, in 1692, 
MS. 762, ff. 32-63. 
Hinde (, ). Letter to ber, Irom Lady 
Ferrers, 1732. 4066, 
Hinde (John), 5'/iort/,oul v''itcr. 
fo thc lire of C. Love, 1651. 
f. 78b. 

Preface 
3945, 

Hinde (Thomas), Jlhrch«nt, qf Lirerpool. 
Letter to A. Dudley, 16'î.. 4062, f. 265. 
Hindley al. Hmmon (o--), a 8cot«h 
l'hysician in Londo. Owned, in 1648, 
MS. 316. 

Hinton (--). Tallies in his hands 
oo0, 
belonging to W. umbold, 1667. 
f. 214. 
Hiort (Gaspano everini), of Copcnhagen. 
Letter 1o C. Sehroedter, 166. It«l. 
2876 f. 41. 
Hippocrates. El,ist,la ad Antigoaum 
Reg«m, llth cent. "239, f. 111 b. 
Epi»tola a,l 5Ioeeenaten suum, 
12th cent. 1975, f. 
Epistola contra iufirmitates, 12th 
cent. .0o0, t. 132. 
Epistola de di.ta ad Alexandrum 
Magnum, 15th cent. 3866, f. 53. 
Libri " Dinanediarum " et dieta- 
rum 12th cent. 84, ff. 34, 40. 
--De asrologia medieorum, 13th 
cent. 322, ff. 89 b-90. 
. Astronomia in aeutis, 15th cent. 
3171» fl: 104 b-l16. 
- Liber seeretorum, 15th cent. 3124, 
ff. 191 b-196 b. 
Le liures que io Ypocras enoiai a 
Cesar, 14th cent. 1611, ff. 143-147 b; 
2412, ff. 1-60; 3126, fl 25-64; 3550, 
ff. 217-225 ;--15h cent. Engl. 706, 
f. 95; 2401, ff. 8 b-96 ; 2584, fl 9-12  ; 
ngl. verse, o_eo, fl: 73-76. 
Aphorismi 13th cent. Let. 1124, 
ff. 36 b5 ;--14th cent. 1610, ff. 19 b- 
' "' tL 80 b-85 ; 
25 b ;--15th cent. 
2391 ri: " "* " 
xo-lo. b ;--17th cent. Lat. 

and Fnb'l. 1635, fl: 
ff. 50, 61 b-83; l';ngl. 
37 ; 2820, ff: 11-32 b. 
Aphorismî cure 
17th cent. _Printed and 
Lat. and Engl. 2117, ff: 

78-122 ; 2769, 
211 ri: t b-18, 

commentario, 
$IS. 1755 ; 
1"  254- 
o-ol, 

298; 2809, ff. 5-7 ; 338t,, ff. 1-51. 
- Wedeiii eollegium in Aphorismos, 
17th cent. 2852, 1. ff: 1-5. 

Hippocrates (coetl.ued). 

Note ex com- 
mentariis Heurnii in Aphorismos, 17th 
cent. 1511, ff. 97 b-148. 
Aphorisms relating to diet selected 
from, by J. Butinus, 17th cent. 1639, 
ff. 92-114. 
Gryffi interpretationes n Aphoris- 
mos, 17th cent. 3044, ff. 172-176. 
Explicatio A phoris:ni xv., secs. 3, 
17th cent. 3984, f. î5. 
Commentar]a in Aphorismos 46- 
53, scct. v., 17th cent. Imperf. 2557 
ff. 43-50 b. 
Prognostica, 13th cent. 
1124, ff. 45 b-50 ;--14th cent. 1610, 
ff. 25b-29 b ;--lTth cent. L,ct. and 
En,.IL 1635, ff. 123-149b. Engl. 2811, 
ff. 31-36, 38 ; 2820 ff. 33-42. 
De regimine acutorum, 13th cent. 
Lat. 1124, ff: 51-57;--14th cent. 
1610, ff. 48-52. 
De signis mortis, 14th cent. 3550, 
ff. 5-9 ;--15th cent. oo«_, t: 124; 284, 
t: 72 b ; E'agL 405, ff. 123-125 b ; 
3531, f. 33 b ;--1506. 35, f. 20 
16th cent. 2320, f. 70. 
Experimenta, 14th cent. 3550, 
ff: 230-241. 
• Medicina mensium anni, 141, cent. 
1754, t: 1 b. 
De judiciis e lunoe obserratione 
vita et morte 
780, ff: 55 b- 

formandis de sanitate, 
infirnmrum, 15th cent. 
58b. 
Proelectit, nes in 

epidemicas his- 
torias et libros propheticorum ejus, 
16th cent. 1396, ri: 40-161, 162-173. 
De natura hominis, c5"c. 1553. 
Excerl, ts. 3043 ff. 95 b-915. 
In librum " De natura homiSs" 
exl,licationes , c5"c. 1553. 3043, ff: 132- 
143, 256-261. 
Ypocras de erbis col]igendis, 15th 
cent. 962, ff. 85 b-89 b. 
Lectiones Guischardi in librum de 
salubri dioet, 1555. 3044, ff. 1-25b. 
Extracta medica et chemica ex, 
17th cent. 2011, ff. 1-1o0. 
Commentaria in ejus libros de 
rictus ratione in morbis acutis, ab.E. Fer- 
nandez, 17th cent. 2984, ff. 173-235. 

Proenotions, 17th 
ff: 42 b-81. 
Proedictions, 1650. 
109. 
De insomniis, 1650. 
ff. 109 b-l18. 
Sententioe 
-3413, f. 7. 

cent. 2820, 

oxon ff: 81 b- 
Erlgl. 2820, 
de medico, 18th cent. 



INDEX. 257 

Hippocrates (continuvd). 
his Lire by Soranus» 17th 
f. 51. 

Fragment of Hoadly (Benjamin), M.D.; son of the 
cent. 1913, 'ishol» of IVitclester. Letter to. Sir ll. 
Sloane, 17lï. 4056, f. 183. 
Hoare (Sir Richard), Lord 

t{irsch.mann  rI'ugendtleben (Six- 
tus). Petitions to the Protector» O. 

M«yo," of 

Cromwell, 
among the Protestant churches, [1653- 
1657]. 648, ff. 141-144 b. 
Hirzelius (Solomon), of Utreclt. Letter 
to J. C. Scheuchzer, 1722. Lat. 4065, 
f. 296. 

Zotdon. Permission from, for travel- 
relative fo a plan of union ling by water to Gravesend on Sunday, 
1713. 4020, f. 107. 
Hoare (Thomas). Formerly owned 
3450. 

Hispalensis (Joannes). v. Johannes, 
tlislalensis. 
Hispaniola. v. San Domingo. 
Hispanus (Petrus), l'uscMani EpiscolUS. 
v. llome, lishops of. John XXI. 

History. 

Observations on reading it ; 
in Cylher , 17th cent. 2395, ff. 1 b-122. 
• Directions for painting historical 
"tables," late 16th cent. 1041; 1062 ; 
1063 ; 1082 ; 1096 ; 1169. 
• Historical notes extracted from 
various authors, 16th, 17th centt. Z.at. 
1083, ff. 64 b-43 (reversed) ; Engl. 
and Zat. 1301, ff. 185, 343; 1510, 
ff. 1 b-9, 48 b-50 b, 54-107 ; En,jl. and 
/:r. 2716, ff: 66-69 b ; Lat. and Dutch. 
2764,/'. 113; 2987, f. 4; 3796, ff: 8, 
12b, 15. 
- Historioe ex annalîbus Grzecis et 
Romanis excerptoe, 17th cent. 2144, 
ff. 151-158 b, 184-188 b, 200-203 b. 
Catalogue of the British Historians 
that have been printed, circ. 1700. 885, 
f. 34 b. 
. Chronological tables from the 
Flood to the death of Christ, 17th cent. 
3242. 
_Notes from the ecclesiastical his- 
tory of the first century after Christ, 
17th cent. 3776, f. 41. 
Genealogical tables from the 
Creation to A.. 902, 17th cent. 2498. 
- Accouat of memorable passages 
from Adam to ,.D. 1217, 17th cent. 
3776, ff. 18-30. 
v. Dymmok (John). 
Henry the Minstrel. 
Leigh (Charles). 
Matthioe (Christianus). 
Moriuville (----- de). 
Power (Henry). 

Hobart (Sir Henry), 1st £a,'t. ; Chier 
Justice of the Common Pleas, and 
cellor fo _Prince Charles. MS. 1065 u as 
dedicatcd to, betw. 1617 and 1625, by 
It. Etherington. 
Hobart (James). Letters and verses 
addressed to Sir H. loane, 1721, and 
n.d. 3516, ff. 1, 9, 154; 40=t6, f. 157 ; 
4059, f. 173. 
Hobart (John). Medical and culinary 
receipts, 17th cent. 2155. 
Hobbes 

cent. 

(Tholnas), of ,l[almesbury. De 
mirabilibui Pecci poema, [1636J. 1865, 
ff. 145-156 b. 
Examination of his philosophical 
opinions, by ]3ishop Bramhall and others. 
1645, 1646. 1012. 
Animadversions on his Leviathan 
by A. Ross, 1653. 2283, ff. 61-65. 
,';cven philosophical problems, pre- 
sented to Charles Il. [1662]. 3930. 
Treatise of winds and rides, 17th 
3943, ff. 158-166. 
The principles of, 17th cent. 904, 

Fhe creed of, 17th cent. 1458, f. 35. 
Hobbs (Thomas), M.D. Medical certifi- 
cate signed by, 169. 4075, f. 232. 
Hobbs (William), of IIéymouth. Letter 
to Sir tI. Sloane, 1709. 4042, 1. 13. 
ttobby, v. Hoby. 
Hobson (----), Consul at Iénice. Case 
of operatîon on, for the stone, by D. 
Marchetti, ante 1688. 1709, f. 127. 
Hobson (Jane), of Itenlcg on Tlctmes 
Iectory, co. Oxon. Letter to Sir H. 
,';loane, 1725. 4075, f. 233. 
Hobson (Thomas), thc G'tmbridge Ct,r,'ier. 
El,îtaph, 17th cent. 542, f. 52. 

]3:obttrg (_--_). Observations on his 
"Praxis Arndiana" by J. G. Pritz, 
Hitchcocke (Robert), Tanin.r, qf Cl«p- 1;th cent. Germ. 2887, f. 1 
tor» co. Jliddl. Lawuit v. lL Henlye, Hoby (Sir Philip). Instructions to as 
633. 3299, f. 42. 
Ambassador to France, 1551. o. o 
Hoadly (Benjamin), Bislml of Winclteser. ff: 46-50 b. 
Letter to ir H. Sloane, 1736. 4054, _- - Instructions to, as Commissioner 
259. to Calais, 1552. 2442, ff. 24-26. 
SLOANE INDEX. 
S 



.'258 

INDEX. 

Hoccleve (Thomas), Poet. " De 
naine principum," 15th cent. 
1825. 

regi- 
1212 ; 

H6ehstetter (Daniei), a Germa». Li- 
cence to, of the mines royal in England 
and Wales, 1564. 1709, . 35-54. 

Hoddesdon (Christopher). Instructions 
to, as Commissioner for the Germau loan, 
1576. 2442, f. 106. 
Hodges (Sir Joseph). Owned, in 1717, 
MS. 2759. 

ttodges (Nathanael), 
obser¢ation.¢, receipts, 
cent. 810. 
Entries of births 

M.D. Nedical 
and cases, 17th 

and baptisms of 

him, his brothersand sisters, 1625-1632. 
811), ff. 1, 2. 
:Hodges (Richard). Medical common- 
place book, 1655. Lat. 950. 

l=£odges (Robert). 
1693. 3345. 

Commonplaee book, 

ttodges (Thomas). Medical 
17th cent. 2235-2241. 

receipts, 

Indices by, to his own and Sir H. 
P]att's libraries, 17th cent. 2242; 2243. 
Memorada of his lands in London 
and Surrey, 1642-1649. 2239, ff. 1-7, 
98. 

t:[odges (Thomas), of OEntcrbury. 
ters to Sir H. loane 1718, 1719. 
235-240 b. 

Let- 
4075, 

Hodges (William). Letter fo Sir H. 
Sloane, n.d. 1968, f. 99. 
:Hodgkin (Thomas), Commissary of 
JJ[usters af Port Royal Letter to Lord 
Carlisle, 1680. 2724, f. 248. 

ttodgkias (Hannah). Horoscope, 1653. 
17715, f. 13. 
]odgson (J--), of the Royal Obsem,atorff 
«,t (;recnwich. Letter to Sir H. ,'31oane, 
171. 4038, f. 153. 

Hodgson (James), J,thematical Master 
,,t Ch,'isYs tlospital, Lowlon. Letter to 
5ir H. loane, 1729. 4050, f. 192. 

:Hodgson (John), tlector of Moulon, co. 
Zinc. Funeral sermons on Lady Beau- 
mont, 1640, 164î. Copied 1658. 1470, 
ff. 249, 258. 
, - Dedicatory letters to Sir T. Mon- 
son, Lady N. :Monson, and Lad¢ Beau- 
mont's chihiren, 164o. 1470, ri'. 250 b, 
266, 266 b. 

:Hody (Edward), M.D., Physician to St. 
Geor!le'S tIospital, London. Letter to 
Sir H. Sloane, 1740. 4026, f. 442. 

Hoefer (Wolfgangus). Hercules medicus, 
17th cent. Extracts. 2326, ff. 135b- 
140 b. 

Hoensbroeck (Caspar Udalrie van), 
B«ron. Dedicatory epistle to, by J.B. 
Van IIelmont, 1643. Transl. 617» 
ff. 2b-4. 

Hoffmann (Daniel). 
lino de philosol, hie 
ff: 1-16. 

HiSfel (Johann). Epigramma ad, a J. G. 
Styrzelio, 17th cent. 2888, f. 130. 
Hoffman de Alvarado Braca- 
monte (Andres). Discourso sobre los 
EstadosdeFiandres, 1670. Si,3ned. 3618. 
Hoffman (Fr). Letter to Sir H. Sloane, 
1740. 4056, f. 335. 
Lis eum C. 3Iar- 
usu, 1600. 3430, 

Hoffmann 
Autogral,h 
2597, f. 79. 

(Gabriel), of St. Ga/len. 
in album, 1670. 17'.5 o» 

Hoffmeister (Johann Rudolph). Profes- 
sor of Theology at Zu,'ich. Autograph in 
album, 1670. 1795 or 2597, L 37. 
Hoffsteterus (Johannes Christophorus), 
of Schernnitz, in Hungar!l(?). Autograph 
in album, 1692. 2360, f. 23. 
Hofmann (Caspar). Letters to 1'. M. 
Slegel, 1638-1639. Zat. 2882, ff. 32- 
36 b. 

Hofmann (Friedrich), of Hamburg. 
noria de, a J. Henningio, circ. 1660. 
288, ff. 34-41. 
]3?ogoeu8 (Gulielmus). Letters to J. 
Petiver, n.d. Lat. 3322, ff. 176, 1715. 
• Iogan (Edmund), Ambassadorto Marocco. 
In.,truetions to, 1577. 2442, f. 107. 
Hogg (-----). Saxon Chroniele, A.P. 621-- 
7t57, translated by. 3371, ff. 36-51 b. 

Hogges (Sir Joseph). v. Hodges. 
Hoggur, Frères ; Bankers af Paris. 
ter to G. Schroedter, 1700. Ff. 
f. 157. 

Let- 
2877, 

Hogsdon beyond 3/Ioorefields. v. 

Hoxton, co. Mddl. 
Hohe ( D,'. -----). 
Dury, 1633. Lat. 

Let ter to, from J. 
654, f. 40. 
l=fohenheim (Theophrastus ab). v. 
Bombast von Hohenheim (Philipp Aureol 
Theophrast), clled Paracelsus. 
I=Iohenloho Langenberg (Philips), 
Count qf. ,ut-graph in album, 1581. 
Gcrm. 851, f. 10. 
Hohenzollern, Count of. Eitel Frederic. 
Autograph in album, I614. -ï'. 3415, 
f. 23. 



INDEX. 259 

/tlolandus (Isaac"s). 
called Hollandus. 

v. Joannes lsaaeu% 

lolbein (llam). Versus 
Erasmi ab eo pictam, 1645. 

:tolborne (Sir Robert), of Lincoln's [,m ; 
afterw. Attorney-General fo the P,-iace of 
Braies. Argument cone. shipmoney in 
favour of J. Hampden, 1637. 1569, 
ff. 105-156 ; 3933, ff. 102 b-139 b. 

Holbrooke (William), JLD. Let/er to 
:Sit" H. 151oane, 1716. 4075, f. 151. 

/:tolcote, FamiI,j 
2401, f, 2 b. 
Holcote (Robert). 

of. Arms, 15th cent. 

v. Holkot (Robertus). 

Holcroît (Sir Henry), Clerk of tl S(qnet. 
Letters to Lord Falkland, 1623, 162S. 
3827, ff. 27, 151. 
Hold (Johan), Chier Justice. r. ttolt (Sir 
John). 
Holder (William), D.D., &dean of tl, e 
Chapel Z:oyal. Correspondence on pub- 
lishing his treatise on harmony, 169'2- 
1693. 1388» ff. 56-180 b. 
Holdernes (Igatius), V/car of Wickle- 

-.,.on, co. .zVoy. 
drewes, 16. 
Holdernesso, 
(Frederica). 

Letter to Bishop An- 
Lat. 118, f. 7. 

Countess of. v. D'Arcy 

Holdsworth (Richard). v. Houldsworth 
(Richard). 
Holdsworth (Robert), R«ctor of Pepe,'- 
harow, co. Surrey. Letters to Sir H. 
Sloa,ae 1722-1724. 4075, ff. 246--255 b. 

Holdvorthius, I:L v. 
(Richard). 
:Holeman (l:ichrd), (,.f 
Formerly owned MS. 274. 

ttouldsworth 

t he Temple. 

Holinshed (Raphael). Synoptical table 
to his Chronicle, late 16th cent. 1090. 

t=I:olkot (Robertus), 8. T.P. "Converti- 
mini," 15th cent. 1616, ff. 33-140. 

ttoll (Christian). Letter to t fl°Ol|l J. 
Farquhar, on his brother's death, 1704. 
Germ. 1378, f. 16. 
/J:olland. Manners and customs in, 17th 
cent. 1.'293, ff. 25-51. 
-- . Epigram on the natives, 17th cent. 
Dutch. 2764, f. 119. 
- . Extract from the Great Chrouicle 
of Holland on the origin of Printiug, 
18th cent. 1435, f. 16. 
- Queries on the study of medicinê 
in, sent t o the "Chaplain of the Princes 
of Orange," 18th cent. 1941, f. 6. 

Holland (contlau¢d). 

Journal of voyage 
to, fi'om the Cape of Good tIope, by W. A. 
Cowley, 163-1656. 5t. 
-Journal of voyage to, from the 
E ladies, 18th cent. Ge, tre. Impcrf. 
4020, ff. ,,o.: 
-- l'ersiaa and Dutch dietionary, 17th 
cent. 2919. 

Holland, Ea,.l off v. Rich (Henry). 

Holland (Anthony), ]oE'oman l'ticket of 
the Buck-hounds. Warrant for payment 
of his wags 1635. t56, f. 31. 
Holland (Isaac). v. Joannes Isaacus, 
called HolIaudus. 

Holland (Jasper). IIeraldic coIlectiots 
transcribe,l from a MS. belonging to. 
1653. 1429, ff. 3-27. 

I--olland (Sir John), 1st Bart. ; M.P. for 
Çastl¢ ltising, .Vorfol/.'. Speec]t in Par- 
liament conc. grievances, 1640. 1430, 
ff. 36-40. 

Holland (John), 
l«,.le, Oxford. Letter to ir 1I. 
..:f. 4046, f. . 
Iollnd (John), of Trin.q, co. 
Letter to Sir Il. Sloane, 172nz. 
f. 243. 

ll'ardcn of Merton 
Sloaa«, 

Ilert L 
4075, 

Holland (John). 
238. 

Formerlv owned MS. 

IIolland (PhiIemon), J[.D., of Coven ry. 
Pliny's Natural History, translate,l by, 

17th cent. lmperf. 708. 
------ Schola Salernitana, translated 
iuto English verse, 17th cent. 
ff. 114-126. 

by, 
738, 

IIolland (Richard), M.D. 
H. Sloane, 1726, and n. d. 
4059, f. t74. 

Letters to Sir 
4048, f. 158 ; 

Ho]land (Robert). 
238. 

Formerly owned MS 

I-]:ollerîus (Jaeobus). Collection of 
medicaments from by Lord Dorchester, 
17th cent. 1418 ; 141. 
- -- Of the dropsy, out of» 17th cent.. 
1660, ff. 6-9 b. 
- - • De mensium suppre.,sione ex, 17th. 
cent.. 3308, f. 65. 
Ho]les (Denzil), 1st Baro, t I[oll«s, of 
Ifield. Letter on Ènglish 
to C. Vau Beuuingen, 
3828, ff: 211-216. 
- - Letter to, ri'oto Lord 
166. 3509, f. 116. 
l-l'olles (John), Ist Earl of Clare. 
the Star Chamber against, 1629] 
f. 103 ; 1200, ff. 7 7-85 b. 

government- 
1676. Copy. 

Belasy 

Bill 



260 

INDEX. 

Hollewel (Alis), 
Inventory of goods, n. d. 
f. 1. 

$-Iollibande (Claudius). 
al. Hoilibande (Claude). 

of llollewel. 
Impo:f. 431, 

v. Desainliens 

Hollidaye (William), 

Sheriff of Zondn 
Account of his banquet, 1617. 3959, 
ff. 7-15. 

ttollier (Thomas), Suyeon. Aecount of 
his eutting S. t'epys for the stone, 
28 Match, 1658. 1536, ff. 63, 63b. 

Hollîngs (John), M.D., Phys;cia,L fo 
G«orge I1. Preseril, tions for Lady C. 
Villies, 172,î-1728. 3984, ff. 123-125 b. 

- Letter to, ff'oto Sir W. Irowne, 
1734. 4053, f. 209. 

I=Iollington, co. Suss. 

Copy of the Parish 

I:egister for the year 171, by the Vicar, 
[1718]. 4045, f. 127. 
l=Iollowy (P_,enjamin), LL.B. Letters fo 
Sir H. Sloane, 1723-1732. 4047, f. 10, ; 
4050, f. 294; 4051, ff. 19, 105; 4052, 
ff. 42 111. 

/=Iolloway (C--). Letter 
Sloane, 1700. 4078, f. 168. 

fo Sir H. 

l=Iollus (Lionellus). 
ga]]inaceo 17th cent. 

Versus de gallo 
1466, f. 380. 
Hollybush (John). Homely physick, 
16th cent. 744, ff. 16-21 b. 
].oLme (Lieut. Thomas). Communication 
of a plot to J. Pym, 1648. 1519, f. 15. 

Hohnes (Domia 
scription for, by 
Zat. 2812, f. 3. 

" Medical pre- 
Dr. J. ]Ietford, 1652. 

l:folmes (Miss 
F. Bernard, 17th cent. 

Horoscope,3b.Y Dr. 
1707, fi 

,Ho]les (Anna), wife of a painter in 
231achfriars, near Bridetcell Stairs. Dis- 
section of 1652. Zut. Imperf. 3984 
f. 279b. 
Hoes (George), Deputy Keeper of 
Records b th« Tower of London. List 
of his Duteh medals, 1692. 3961, f. 15. 
oes (John). Letter fo Sir H. Sloane, 
1740. 4q56, £ 329. 
oes (Joseph), Merchant. Letter to 
J. Petiver, 1705. 4064, f. 90. 
Letters fo, from J. Petiver, 1707- 
1711. 3336, ff. 1-49, y, assim; 3337, ff. 
9-166, passim. 
Holmes (William), President of St. 
John's Colle9e , Oxford. Letters to Sir H. 
Sloane, 1735. 4054, ff. 25, 51. 
Holstia and Slesck, Frederic, 
I#uke of. r. Denmark and Norway, 
,%rereigns of. Frederic I. 

Holstatioe, Princeps. r. Adolphus. 

Itolstein Gottorp, Duhe of. 
Albert. Letter to Charles 
OO 
Lat. 1519, f....8. 

Christian 
11., 1669. 

Iq:olstein lliSen, /),&e of. .loaehim 
Ernest. Dispute with the King of 
Denmark and the Duke of Holstein 
Gottorp, 1669. Lot. 1519, f. 22.% 
:I:Iolsteyn (Augustus van) Journal of 
voyage to Tripo|i, 1675--1676. 2755. 
I=Iolt (--). Letters to, from J. Petiver, 
1706-1711. 3335, ff. 66-75, passim; 
3336, ff: 1--49, 60 b-73, passim ; 3337, 
ff. 9-166, passim. 
:H:olt (Sir Charles), 3rd Bart., of Asto,, 
near l?irmblham. Letters fo Sir H. 
Sloane, 1701, 1703. 4025, f. 143 ; 4038, 
f. 232 ; 4039, f. 104. 
Holt (Henry), l'ivtualler af Tanyier, 
Petition rdating to payment of 
debts, I669. 3514 f. 12. 
-- Libel against his wife, by 
Morries, 16.ï-. 3514, f. 31. 

Iffolt (Si. John), afterw. Chicf Justice of 
the ItTng's ench. Opinions on cases 
relating to the College of Physicîans, 
1682. 3914, ff. 21, 24 b, 26 b, 28 b. 
- Forms drawn up by, of warrants 
and bonds relating to the College of 
Physicians, 1682. 3914, ff. 52 b-54. 
Appointment of, in referenee to 
the Hospitals of London, 1691. 2728, 
A.f. 8. 
- Letter to, from H. Beverland, 
[1689-1710]. Lat. 1985, f. 35. 
/:Iolt (Thomas), utcher, of Southfleet, 
co. I(ent. Petîtion in Chancery, 1677. 
2484. 

]Roltinger (Johann Heinrich), Jun. ; 
_Professor of Hebrew af Zurich. Auto- 
graph in album, 1671. 1795 or 2597, 
f. 72b. 
l:Ioltze (Gerardus von), M.D., of Prague. 
Medicamentorum fasciculus, I6II. Er. 
2126, ff. 1-58. 
Holway (Nicholas), Merchant af Tan- 
g&r. lnvoice of goods consigned to, 
1662. 1955, f. 137. 
Holy Land. v. Palestine. 
Holz (C--). Letter to Dr. J. G. Scheuch- 
zer, n.d. t't. and Germ. 4066 f. 379. 
Home:t. Sentences de l'lliade, traduittes 
par------Du Souhait, 17th cent. 2553, 
f. 85. 

Homewood (Edward). Estimate for 
naval stores, 1678. 2032, ff. 25-36. 



INDEX. 

26! 

Homilies. 

Omelia in xIIt. cap. Mat- 
thei, 12th cent. 280, ff. 1,286. 
I[omilies for festivals throughout 
the year, 15th cent. Imper.f. 3160, 
ff. 25-86 b. 
HomiIy ou the seveu deadly sins, 
15th cent. 3160, ff. I b, 4-23. 
Homilioe in Evangelia Dominicalia 
totius anni, 1639, 1640. 295. 

Hommius (Festus). Verses by D. Van 
'eulen on his portrait, 17th cent. 
Datch. 2764, f. 66. 

Honain. v. Ilunain ibn Ishak, al 'lb&IL 

Honduras, Central America. Route to, 
from San Domingo, 16th cent. Span. 
4028, f. 6 ;--17th cent. 2292, f. 37 b. 
------ Sailing course to, frmn Point Ne- 
gri]lo, 17th cent. 2292, f. 37 b. 

Honestis (Christopherus Georgius de). 
Expositio in Antidotariunl Mesnes, 17th 
cent. ]_EjL extracts. 2214 ff. 77-80. 

Honor (Henry), 
co. Bucks. Note 
747, f. 55 b. 

Abbat of Missend«n, 
of election in 1462. 

ttonor (William), Abbat of Missenden. 
Obligation with Justice Englefield to 
allow him to present t« the Church of 
Shiplake ou the next vaeancy, 1527. 
747, f. 66 b. 

Honore al. Hon&war, in lïanara, 
BomS«y Presid«ncy. Chart of, by Capt. 
J. Kempthorne, 1688. 3665, f. 43. 

Honorius, Augustodunensis. Imago 
mundi, 14th cent. 2479, ff. 46-57 ;-- 
15th cent. 213, ff. 124 b-130 b. 

Honorius fil. Euclidis, M«g,'ter The- 
barum. Opera Salomonis seu Liber 
Juratus, 14th cent. 313; 3854, ff: 
112-139 ;--16th cent. 3885, ff. 58-96. 

Honywood (Sir Edward), of co. Içet. 
Note of his birth and sickness, 
1661. 1708, f. 113. 

Hony-wood (Sir Philip), 
Portsmouth. 
ceived and 
Portsmouth, 
873. 

Gorernor of 
Accompt of moneys 
paid for fortifications at 
August 1665-Apr. 1667. 

I-Iony'wood (Si,. Robert), JLP. for co. 
Essex. Letters to Sir H. Sloane, 172.. 
4046, L 187 ; 4059, f. 127. 

Hood (Robin). Memoir of, 17th cent. 
780, ff. 46-48 b. 

Hoofnail (John). Letter to Sir H. 
loane, 1738. 4055, f. 313. 

Hooghly, C,ty of, in Bengal. Directions 
for sailing to, from Ballasore, 17th cent. 
3668, f. 40 b. 

Hooghly, River. 
down, 17th cent. 

Directions for sailing 
3668, f. 40 b. 

Hooke (--), l;'car of tIalifax. 
to, from Dr. Marshall, 1665. 
f. 140b. 
Letter to, from H. PÇwer, 166. 
1326, ff. 143-147. 
Hooke (--) Certificate conc. the repair 
of a passage belonging to Dr. N. Ba'bon, 
1682. 1048, f. 62. 

Letter 
1326, 

Hooke (Jacob). Catalogus ]ibrorum e 
variis bibliothecis ab eo collectus, 1676. 
3452, ff. 1--51. 
Nomina et 
Mordeni diario 
3452, ff. 52-71 b. 

pretia librorum e G. 
desumpta per, 1677, 

Hooke (Dr. Nathanael). Wrote MS. 3888. 

Hooke (Robert), $LD. ; Secrctary fo the 
t2oy«l Society. Collection of scientific 
papers and letters, 17th cent. 1039. 
-------- Account of Burnet's «Arcboeologioe 
philosophcre, post 1692. 3828, ff. 217- 
OO 
.-9 b. 
-- Method for making a history of 
tho weather, read belote the Royal 
Society, [1664]. 698, ff. 58-61. 
Extracts from his Micrographia, 
by Dr. S. Bellingham, late 17th cent. 
643, ff. 18-21. 
Letters to Foreign Correspoadents 
on the election of a new President of 
the Royal Society, 1676, 1677. 1942, 
ff: 1-4 b. 
- Letter fo, from J. Hough, [1671]. 
917,£ 2. 
to, ri'oto S. Swart, 1678. 

----- Letter 
4062, t: 191. 
- Letter 
4062, f. 194. 
Letter 
4062» f. 229. 
------- Letter 
4067, f. 197. 

to, fl'om M. Pitt, 1680. 

to, from J. Gee, 1688. 

to, from R. Waller, n. d. 

IIooker (Richard). Ecclesiastcal Polity, 
Book wtI., 17th cent. 2750, ff. 1-50. 
Extract of his opinion of Govern- 
ment from his Ecclesiastical Polity, by 
A. Hili, 17th cent. 3828, ff. 92-95. 
loope (RauO, }'eoman of the I'o'drobe. 
Royal diseharge to, for delivery of robes, 
1561. Copy. 1519, f. 221 b. 



262 

INDE:X. 

Hooper (Clement), JLD., of thc cilly 
Ides. .Medical treatises, 1634. 364. 

l=Cooper ?] (T[homas]). A discourse of 
lire and death, 1624. 1037, ff: 1-28. 

Hoorn, Vo,nf van. 
Nivelle (Philip van). 

Hoowe (Mary). 
robe, 16th cent. 

v..Montmorency 

Account of her ward- 
3166, f. 42 b. 

Hope (Elizabeth). 
by Dr. Ozney, 1698. 

Horoscope of, drawn 
22t0, ff. 3, 9. 

Hopkins (George). Warrant for grant- 
ing to, the second troop of horse vacant 
in the army of lreland, temp. Chas. II. 
856, f. 26 b. 

l-Iops. Truest method for planting hops, 
17th cent. 2570, f. 19 b. 

:lopson (J--). Letter to Sir H. Sloane, 
n.d. 4075, L 264. 

l:Iopton, Lord. 

v. Hopton (Ralph). 

ITopton, F«m@ off 
1429, f. 93. 

Pedigree, 1655. 

]topton (Arthur), Astrologer. Table for 
extraction of square roots, early 17th 
cent. 838, ff. 32, 32 b. * 

l:Iopton (Ra]ph), aron tlol,ton. Denial 
of his quarrel with Gen. Lucas, 1645. 
1519, f. 72. 

]orac (M,'.-----). 
miah). 

v. Horrocks (Jere- 

Horapollo. Commentarius in ejus Hiero- 
glyphica, 17th cent. 2749. 

ttoratius 

:Flaccus (Quintus). Ars 
l'oetica and Epistles, I2th cent. 'x- 
cer],ls. 2479 ff: 61 b-63. 

Odes, 17th cent. Excer]gts. 1361, 
f. 105. 

H. Finche Analysis in Carminum 
o, las decem, cum l'oetze vita, 1577. 
L nl ,er]: 2737. 

Essay on Od. . Carre. lib. III., 
17th cent. 2790, ff. 21-24. 

Bk. . Od. oo.., translated by 
Ward, 1721. 3516, f. 37. 

Tm 

lIorb (Ch,e.ten Jean). Autograpit in 
album, 1693. 2360, f. 17. 

Hord (Edmond). 
_.,15. 

Formerly owned MS., 

Hormuz Isle, le,'sian Gul.L Chart of, 
by Capt. J. Kempthorne, 1688. :3665, 
f. 56. 

Horne (Joannes van), of Leyden. 
to C. 8chroedter, 1668. Lat. 
f. 39. 

Letter 
2876, 

Notes from his lectures, by D,'. 
Downes, 1659. Lat. 179, A. ff. 125- 
132 b. 

Coilegiura osteologicum et anato- 

micum in ejus microcosmum, 1707. 
2969, ff. 205-222. 

------- Lectiones ad ejus microcosmum, 
1707. oc 
.'J69, ff. 223-298. 

 Autograph in album, cire. 1669. 
1795 or 2597, f. 40. 

:lorne (Robert), Quaker, of Arundel, co. 
S, ss. Letter to J. Petiver, 171. 4065 
f. 289. 

Home (Samuel). Lease of a tenement 
to, by Dr. Glisson, 1666. [m]erf. 2251, 
f. 84. 

][orneek (Philip), M.D., of arnstaple, 
co. Devon. Letters to [J. Petiv er], n. d. 
3322, ff. 179, 180. 

ITorneius (Conrad). Controversia de 
peccato cum H. J. Strubio, 17th cent. 
3430, ff. 16 b-18. 

Hornius (Dr. Letters to Dr. 
Hartlib « de studiis emendandis," 1652. 
L,ct. and Engl. Extracts. 649, ff. 227, 
229. 

Hornos, Conde de. v. Montmorency- 
Nivelle (Philips van), Count van 11oorn. 

:I=l:orology. Calculations of a watch's 
mechanical power, 17th cent. 1192. 
v. Brush (Thomas). 
Oughtred (William). 
P (E). 
Scott ( ). 
:Horoscopes. v. Astrology. 
Horrocks (Jeremiah), Curate of Hoole, 
ne«r Preston. Observatio juxta Liver- 
polium Veneris in Sole visoe, 24 Nov. 
1639. 548, f. 17 b. 
- Letter on his « Venus in sole visas" 
from J. Hevelius, [166-]. :Lat. lmoeerf. 
651, f. 165. 

Horseman (Edward). Resignation of 
his Tellershîp in the Exchequer, 1656. 
3243. 

Horses. Medicines for ail evils of 
horses, 15th cent. 3285, ff. 88b-92 b. 

Ad cognoscendum 
cent. 783, B. f. 138 b. 
/.ivre de la Grande 
17th cent. 2016. 

equum, 15th 

Mareschalede, 



INDEX. 

263 

Horses (co,-dSvwd). Mthode pour al)- 
i»rendre a monter a cheval, avec recettes 
pour guarir leurs maladies, 17th cent. 
3465. 

Critical discourse 
3283. 
Receipts for their 

on, 17th cent. 

107 ; 1001, ff. 58-60 ; Gcrm. 
3110, ff. 1-16 b. 
r. Blundeville (Thomas). 
Brawde (Thomas). 
Caracciolo (Pasquale). 
Fatio (Giovanni). 
Markham (Gervase). 

diseases, 17th 

Horsey (Sir Edward). Instructions to, 
as Ambassador to the Low Countries, 

1576. Copy. 2442, f. 96. 

Horsington (Dr. 
birth, 1619, sîckness, 166, 
1667. 1708, f. 113. 

Horsman (John), of Zisbon. 
158'3, MS. 821. 

Note of his 
and death, 

Owaed, in 

Horsnell (George), in Anatomia 3[agis- 
ter. hIS. 1601 was dedicated to, in 1663. 

Horstius (Gregorius), JLD., the Elder. 
Consultationes medicinales, lib. II., sect. 

1389, ff. 2-56 b. 
17th 

cent. 

ex, 17th 

II., 17th cent. 
De ]ue venerea ex, 
1392, ff. 1-10. 
De morbis mulierum 
cent. 1392, ff. 66-79 b. 
Confessio balneatoris 
1968, f. 203. 

ex, 1660. 

Hort (Josiah), Bishop of Fcrns, lçilmore 
and Ardagh. Letters to Sir H. Sloane, 
1735, and n.d. 4054, f. 112; 4075, 
f. 132. 

Sir H. 51oane, 

Letter to, ffom 
1736. 1968, f. 71. 
Hortega (Don Joseph), 

leal 
Sir H. $1oane, 1737. pan. 
HortenBiuB (Lambertus). 
notice oF, 17th cent. Zat. 

Secretario de h 
Acad¢mia, af Madrid. Letter to 
4055, f. 48. 
Biographical 
2764, f. 214. 

Horticulture. 

Treatises on fruit trees, 
and on planting of trees, 17th cent. 
1523, ff. 1-24 b. 
Rules for growing fruit trees, 
17th cent. 3072, ff. 1-17. 
Garden accounts, 1638--1645. 95, 
ff. 140-154 b. 
v. 
Brush (Thomas). 
Glasbrd (William). 
Morin (Pierre). 
Somerset (Charles), $[arquis of 
Il brcester. 

Hortulanus. v. Garlandia (Joannes de). 

Hosier (Richard). Letter to S. Bincks, 
1713. 4065, f. 103. 

I-Ioskins( Sir John), 2nd Bart. ; ,crct«ry 

and l'ice-President of the Iuy,d Society. 
Letter to, ffom S. Barrow, 1686. 1039, 
f. 133. 
- Letters to, fl'om Sir H. Sloane, 
169, 1 -. 4026, f. 199 ; 4068, f. 17. 
_ 169 
Lettr to, from J. Harri% 
4026, f. 253. 
-. Letter to, ff'oto Sir R. Southwel] 
1.} o. 4063, L 4. 
- Certificate for W. Vernon, 1697. 
4068, f. 16. 

ttospinianus (Rudolph), Schoolmastcr, 
and Provost of th¢ Canons Colh'gc, at 
Zurlch. Autograph in album, 1670. 
1795 or 2597, f. 50. 

Hostyn (Edwin). v. Twysden (John). 

Hotham (Si,. John), 1st B«rt. Inter- 
cepted letter to, ffom Lowinger, 1643. 
1519, f. 121. 

Sentence on, 1644. 1519, f. 37. 

Hotham (John), Capt. 
and sentence on, 1644. 

Expected trial 
1519, L 37. 

Hotto (Gottofridus). 
J. Dury, 1644. Lat. 

Letter to, fl'om 
1465, f. 217. 

Hotton 

(Petrus), Professor of 13otany 
at Zeyden. Letters to Sir H. Sloane, 
1698-1709. Lat. 89, f- 31, 31 b; 
4037, ff. 165, 363 ; 4038, ff. 142, 193, 
240, 263, 296; 4039, ff. 6, 91, 109, 
129, 130, 208, 347, 385, 387, 416; 
4040, f. 2, 19, 49, 71, 86, 101, 158, 160, 
253, 274, 284, 291, 328, 336, 358, 373, 
4, 44, 54, 62, 118, 138, 

379 ; 4041, ff. 
185, 228. 
Letters 
Fr. and Lat. 
225-230. 

-- Letter 
1702. Lat. 

to J. Petiver, 1700-1708. 
3321, ff. 21, 78, 207, 21, 

to, fl'om Sir H. Sloane, 
4068, f. 33. 

Houblon (Abraham), Director of the 
Bank of 'nglaml. Receipt to Capt. J. 
Kempthorne for a box brought from 
India, 1687. 3670, f. 130. 

Houblon (Sir John), Lord 3[«yor of 
London, awl first Governor of the Baak of 
England. Letter to Sir H. Capel, 169. 
1089, fi 6. 

Letters fo, from J. Barksdale, 
1697. 2902, ff. 162, 163. 



24 

INDEX. 

Houdemann al. Hudemann (Ludwig 
Friedrich), of Schleswig. Letters fo Sir 
H. Sloane, 1735, 1740. -. and Lat. 
1968, ff. 80, 81; 4053, ff. 384-386 b. 
Letters fo, from Sir H. Sloane, 
1735, 1740. Ff. and Lat. 4068, 
f. 272 ; 4069, L 53. 
Houenaer (Antonio), of Amste,'dam. 
Letter te Signors P. and D. de Neuf- 
ville, in recommendation:of Dr. E. Browne, 
1668. Irai. 1908, f. 98. 
ttough (Georg«), of St. John's Coll., 
Cambr. Diagrammata ad B. Varenii 
Geographiam Generalem, 1671. Autr. 
917, ff. 1-65 b. 

Hough (John), President of Mcjdalen 
Colle,je, Oxon., and Bishop successively 
qf Oxford, Lichfield and Coventry, and 
li'orcestcr. Proceedings against, by the 
University Commissioners, 1687. 2680, 

ff. 12-15 b ; 3076. 
Letters to Sir tt. Sloane, 1712- 
1726, and n.d. 4043, f. 62; 4046, 
f. 26; 4048, f. 1Sa ; 4059, f. 176 ; 

4076, ff: 1-6 ; 4077, f. 157. 
Letter to, fiom H. 
4065, f. 245. 
Hough (John.). Letter 
4066, f. 381. 
Houghstetter 
stetter. 

Giibert, 1716. 

fo C. Vere, n. d. 

(Daniel). v. Hch- 

Houghton (John). 
Phil,sophical paper.% 
passim. 
Collection for 

Agriculturalist. 
17th cent. 2903, 

improvement of 

Husbandry and Trade, 1692. 
2347, f. 3. 

Houghton (Jonathan). 
:MSS. oo 
9«.; 1457. 

Extracts. 

Owned, in 1658, 

I-Iouldsworth (Richard), Fellow of St. 
John's College, afterw. $[aster of Em- 
manel College, Cambri&je. Letter to 
Bishop Andrewes, 1618. Zat. 118, f. 13. 
Letter to, from J. Dury, [1629- 
1637.] Lat. 654, f. 337. 
• Carmen funebre in obitum ejus, 
ab Eston, circ. 1649. 608, f. 196. 
Houlms (. .), Bailiff to Sir tI. Sloane 
af Chelsea. Letter to, fron J. Alston, 
1738. 4066, L 122. 
Hourglass. v. Wijnalje (Jan). 
Huse (Domina .), of Thorpe, co. 
zVorthants. Medical prescription for, 
by Dr. J. :Metford 1652. Lat. 212, 
f. 13b. 
Iq'ouse (Robert). Letter to his toaster, 
oo 
165. Copy. 9.-, f. I99. 

:H:ousehold, loysl. General collec- 
tion of ail the offices in England with 
their fees, being in the King's gift, temp. 
Jas. l. 72, ff. 119-162 b. 
l -- Note of fees due to the office of 
the King's silver, 1612. 2717, f. 19. 
Form of warrant for a groom of 
the Privy Chamber's wages and his 
]ivery temp_. Chas II. 856, ff. 17 b, 18. 

Housekeeping. The little careful. 
householder, wherein is showed what is 
to be observed in house-holding and, 
gardening throughout the whole year  
translated ri'oto the German I684. 629, 
ff. 251-260 b. 

Houstoun (Ja--), of C,,rtage,a, Soutl 
America. Letter to Sir H. Sloaue, 1730. 
4051, f. 85. 

Houstoun (Robert), M.D. Letters fo Sir 
H. Sloane, 1724, 1726, and n.d. 4047, 
f. 267 ; 4048, f. 239 ; 4059, f. 177. 

Houstoun (William), M.D., Dotanist. 
Catalogus plantarum horti Regii Pari- 
siensis, 1730. 3971. 
Letters to Sir H. Sloane, 1730 
173. 4051, f. 141 ; 4052 t. 82. 

Houwaert (Jan Baptista), Juris-consl- 
tus. De viis occultis per terram, aquar 
aut aerem, 17th cent. 3533. 

Hovart (J), of Ilamburg. Letter to- 
P. M. Slegel, 1638. Lat. Copy. 2882 
f. 26 b. 

Hoveden (3A:/. Johannes de), Ast,'olog,s. 
Practica Chilindri, 13th cent. 160 
ff. 2-4b. 

Hoves (Edward). v. Howes. 
How (Edmund), of St. Albans. Letter 
to J. Petiver, 1713. 4065, ff. 105, 106. 

/-ow" (Ephraim). Owned, in 1725, 3IS. 
2726. 

How (Hem). Letter to his brother, 1647. 
Lat. 4062, f. 135. 

How (John), Apotheca,-y, of Lymington 
co. Southants. Letter to Sir H. Sloane, 
1720. 4075, f. 265. 

How (William), Botanist, of Milk Street, 
Cheapside. Letter to Sir T. Browne, 
1655. 1911-1913, f. 84. 

Howard, Dukes of A'orfolk. Drawing 
by a herald of their banner, temp. Jas. I. 
1086, f. 146. 

Howard (----). 
cent. 4078, f. 89. 

Medical case, 18th 

Howard (--). 
J. BradIey, n. d. 

Letter to, fi'om Rev. 
4066, f. 269. 



INDEX. 

265 

Howard (Arme or Mary), 2nd wife of 
G eorge, 4th Earl of Suffolk. Letters to 
Dr. S. Wall, 1692. 1731, A. ff. 58-67, 
81. 
oward (Charles), 1st Earl of Carl'sle. 
Collection of his papers and letters, 17th 
cent. 2723 ; 2724. 
-. . Letter on his mission from Charles 
XI. of Sweden toCharles II., 1669. Lat. 
1519, f. 231. 
- Proclamation as Governor of Ja- 
maiea, 1680. o o 
.7.8, B. |'. 193. 
Wa'rant for payment 
pension, as ex-Governor of Jamaiea» 168 x 

2717, f. 12. 
Letter 
Jamaiea, fl'om 
Council, 1683. 

- to, as ex-Governor of 
H. Guy, with Order of 
2717, ff. 9, 10. 
Letter to, as Governor of Carlisle, 
from Charles lI., 1683. 2717, f. 13. 
Letter fo, as Lord Lieutenant of cos. 
Cumberland and Westmorland, from the 
Privy Council 1683. 2717 f. 15. 
l=l:oward (Charles), 2nd Baron t[oward 
of ffngham, afterw. 1st Earl of A'olting- 
ha»n; Lord High Admiral. Account of 
his capture of Cadiz in 1596, by D. Mar- 
beck, 17th cent. 226. 
- . Addition to the treaty with the 
Netherlands, signed by, 1585. 3245. 
 • Sea wages paid to his fleet, 1587- 
1588. 2450. 
- . Speech at the Couucil o the failuve 
of Lord Essex' expedition into Ireland, 
159'. 3828 f. 56 b. 
Itoward (Diana), wife of Thomas Howard, 
of Ashte, td. Letter fo Sir H. Sloane, 
1698• 4037, f. 83. 
/=l:owrd (Sir Edward), £ord Hi:lh 
AdmiraL Maxims of, 17th cent. 1"°" 
O-- ._1,, 
f. 33. 

ttoward (Edward), Viscount Morpeth, 
afte,.w. 2nd Earl of C«rlisle. Accompts 
of, as trutee for Lord Carlisle, 167-- 
1680. 2723, ff. 82-94 b. 
--- - Appointment, as Lord Lieutenant, 
of a Deputy Lieutenant of co. Cumber- 
land, n.d. 2723, f. 17. 
. Letters to Lord Carlisle, n. d., and 
1683. 2723, f. I01 ; 2724, f. 115. 
ttowsrd (Lady Frances), daughter of 
Thomas, 1st E«rl of Suffolk, a,d wife (1) 
of Robert, 3rd Earl of Ess«x, and (2) of 
Robert» Earl of Somerset. Case of 
divorce from Lord Essex, 1613, 1614. 
363, ff. 77-80 ; 1002 ; 1470, ff; 268-275 ; 
1819; 1856 ff. 47-50; 2531, ff. 141- 
149 ; 3828, ff. 1-47. 

Howard (Frances), Viscountess Morpet, 
1st wife of lient:l, 4tir Ea,'l of Çarlisle. 
Letter to Sir H. SIoane, n.d. 4078, 
£ 231. 
Howard (Frederic Christian), 2nd son of 
Charles, 1st Earl of Carlisle. Letter to 
his father, circ. 1682. 2724, f. 117. 
Howard (George), 4th ,trl of Suffoll:. 
Letter to, from F. tl. Lee, n. d. 731, 
A. f. 85. 
I=Iowurd (Henrietta), 2r, d wife ,f 
6th arl of Suffolk. Letters to Sir H. 
SIoane, 1712, and n.d. 4043, f. 40; 
4059, L 180. 
l=l:owrd (Henry), Baro, IIoword of 
Castle isinff, afterw. 4th Dul,.e of Nor- 
folk. Commission as Ambassador tp 
Marocco, I669. L«t. 510, f. 169. 
• Letters on his behalf ff'oto Charles 
I[. to the Deputy Governor of Tangier, 
166. 3510, £ 73. 
.... In»tructions to, from the Deputy 

Governor of Tangier, 
84-87, 9S, 105. 
• Letter to the 
1669. S1)an. Copç. 
Credentials to 

1669. 3510, ff'. 

King of Tailler, 
3513, ff. 34, 46. 
the King of Tafi- 

let, ch'c. 1668. Span. 3313, ff. 39, 44. 
- Safe-conduct for, from the Emperor 
of Marocco, 1669. Ar«b. and Span. 
3299, f. 130. 
- Passport to Dr. R. Farendale, 1669. 
8pan. Copy. 3513, f. 48. 
Letter to the Governors of Saler, 
1669. Sp:m. Copy. 3513, f. 52. 
- Letter to the Governor of Alcazal', 

16ï. Si)un. G,I» d. 3513, f. 54. 
Passport to, ri'oto the Ki,,g 
Tafilet, 1669. Span. 3513, f. 55. 

of 

H:owar4 (Henry), Earl of A'o,'thamplon. 
Instructions of Charles V. to Philip I1., 
his son translated by 17th cent. 1432. 
Letters fo Cambridge Unirersity, 
[1612]. Engl. and Zut. Coi,les. 3562, 
lI. 44-49 b, 4-6. 
- Letter to the Vice-Chancellor of 
Cambrde, 1613. Copy. 3362, f. 39. 
• Letter to, from F. Bacon, 1603. 
307, f. 30. 
3IS. 3543 was dedieated to, by 
T. Gibson, temp. Jas. I. 
Ioward (Henry), 6th Earl of Suffolk 
mtd 1st Earl of Bindoot. Wan-ant, as 
Deputy Earl Marshal, to Sir J. Vanbrugh, 
Clareneeux, 1717. C'op,./. 3958, f. 12. 
Ioward (Hugh ?), Keepec of the State 
Papcrs. Letter t Sir H. Sloane, n. d. 
4059, f. 179. 



INDEX. 

YIoward (James), J.P. for co. Xorthumb. 
Apl»ointment as Country Keeper for 
:.o. Northumberland, 1683. 2723, f. 141. 
I.etters fo Lord Car]isle, 1682. 
2724, ff: 125-129. 
Letter to, from the Duke of :New- 
castle, 1682. 2724, f. 131. 

I-Ioward (Katharine), Ou. of ,nghml. 
v. England, Sovereijns of. Henry VIII. 

Howard (Katharine), 1st wife of John, 
1.t I)ake of _h'orfolh. Engraving of, and 
inscription, in 1452, ou her tomb in 
• Stoke Nayland Chapel, 18th cent. 3424, 
f. 6. 

l=Ioward (Mary), 2nd u'çfe of Geoye, 4th 
• ]arl of Suffolk. Letters to Dr. S. Wall, 
1;91, 1692. 1731, A. ff. 5-68 b, 82. 

:I-Ioward (Philip), Earl of Arundel. 
ter to Qu. Elizabeth, 1585. Copy. 
ff. 41-43 b. 

Let- 
2172 

Coldes of early deeds belonging to, 
156. Lat. 1301, f. 211. 

:H:oward (Sir Philip), of Corby 
co. Cumb. Accompts of, as 
for Lord Carlisl% 167-1680. 
ff: 82-94 b. 

Castlc, 
trustee 
2723, 

Controversy with :Naval Oflicers 
on sheathîng the Royal Navy with" lead, 
1682. 3268. 

:H:oward (Sir Robert), 6th son of Thomas, 
1st Earl of Berkshire. Letter to Sir 
A. Henley, 1660. 3299, f. 24. 
Letter to, fi'om Sir A. Henley, 1663. 
813, f. 71. 
I-Ioward (Thonas), 2nd ]Earl of Arundcl. 
l'etition from the Lords fo Charles l. in 
behalf of, [1626]. 1710, f. 290 b. 
B. Sylvatici et J. Veslingii narratio 
«le causis mortis ejus apud Paduam, 1646. 
203, f. 165. 
Catalogue of books and MSS. col- 
lected by, 17th cent. 862. 
ttoward (Thomas), 1st F, arl of 1)'erkshire. 
Letter to the «Chancellor of Trinity 
Collegê, Cambridge," 1626. Copy. 1775, 
f. 45b. 
Howard (Thomas), ,arl of S«rrey, 
(«fterw. 3rd D«ke of Norfolk. Letter to 
'«rd. Wolsey, 1523. Copy. 3199, f. 21. 
3Iaxims of, 17th cent. 1523, 
f. 32 b. 

Howard (Thomas), 4th .Duke of Vorfolk. 
Heads of the accusation against, 1571. 
'.', L 334. 
Trial ter high treason, 157. 1427, 
2-86 ; 2172, ff. 59-66. 

Howard (Thomas), 4th Dd«e of Z'orfolh 

(coutinued). Letter to Lord 
[1569J. Copy. 3199, f. 33. 
Letter to Qu. Eliz., 1571. 
2172, f. 40. 

1571. 

42. 

Moray, 

Letter to, from the Bishop of Ross, 
3199, L 43 b. 
Maxims, 17th cent. 1523, ff. 33, 

Howard (Thomas), 8th Dul«e of 
Letter to, fi'om Dr. R. Russell, 1727. 
4076, f. 304. 
Howard (Thomas), Baron Itoward (le 
Walden, afterw. 1st Earl of Suffoll:. 
Proceedings, in 1599, of the Fleet under, 
17th cent. 43, ff. 58-60. 
Letter to, as Chancellor, from 
Cambridge University, 161.ï. 3562, f. 43. 
Warrants to, as Lord Lieutenant of 
cos. Suffolk and Cambridge, from James I. 
and the Council of War, 1624. 2442, 
ff. 18 b, 19. 
Howard (Capt. Thomas). Letter to Lord 
Carlisle, 1681. 2724, f. 130. 
Howard (Thomas), of Ashtead, Teller of 
tlw Exclwqecr. Letters to Sir H. Sloane, 
1698. 4037, ff. 81, 104 ; 4075, f. 256. 
Howard (Lord William), 3rd son of 
Tkomas, 4th Du],'e of _h']blk. Abstracts 
of deeds borrowed from, 16th cent. 1301, 
f. 391. 

Howard (William), Viscount Stafford. 
Accouut of his trial and execution, by an 
eye-witness, G. Bolmivert, 1680. Ff 
1030, f. ] 46. 
Howard (William), Excise Officer. Let- 
ters with verses inscribed to Sir H. 
Sloane, 1719, and n. d. 2252; 3400, 
ff. 1-4 ; 3516, ff. 10-17, 88-92 ; 4059, 
ff. 181-184 b. 

]:Iowe (George), ]LD. Letters to Sir H. 
,'5_'loane, 1701, and n. d. 4038, f. 209; 
4059, f. 185. 
:I-Iowe (J--), of Farnham, co. Surr. Let- 
ter to Sir H. Sloane, n.d. 4059, f. 187. 
]:lowe (Ruperta), daughter of Prince 
llul.,crt , and wife qf Lieut. Gen..E. S. 
Howc, $I.P. Letter, on ber daughter 
Sophia's misconduct, to Caroline, Prin- 
cess of Wales, n.d. 4066, f. 382. 
I-Iowes (Edward), J]Iaster o] tlatcliff 
• "ree School neuf Lopin, and Rector of 
Goldanger, co. Esex. Commonplace- 
book, 1643-1647. 979. 
-Iowes (Roger). P. Boni Lombardi 
"lntroductio in divinam chemioe artem 
integra"; translated by, 1590. 3682. 



INDEX. 

2G7 

Howland 

(Elizabeth). Letters to 
H. S|oane, 1700, 1708. 4038, f. 
4041, f. 245. 
Letter 
4066, f. 149. 

Sir 
37; 

to, flore  n. d. 

ttowman 

tioner, of Norwich. 
Sloane, 1723-172. 
.'266-275 b. 
Letter to- 
4066, L 383. 
Howman (John), of 

(Edward), Medical Practi- 
Letters to Sir Il. 
4075, ff. 258-260 b, 

, n. d. Fra,jm. 

Fecken.ham ; Abb«t 
of. Westminster. Book ofsovereign medi- 
crues, early 17th cent. 167 or 3919. 

ttoxton, co. JIiddl. Account of strata 
in a well at, 17th cent. 3984, f. 18. 

Hoy (Thomas), M.1)., Regius Professor of 
t)hysic at Oxford. Letters to Sir H. 
Sloane, 1701, 1709. 4042, f. 7; 4075, 
][; o0 

Hoyer (George). 
to the treatise 
laturoe, 1656. 
L 45b. 

Letter from, relative 
of Borelliua De lege 
Lat. xtract. 649, 

Hozes 
C«diz. 
 )  . 

y ]2:ontacla (Francisca de), of 
Letter to G. del Castillo, 1679. 
1087, L 121. 

Hubbard (Jon), Copain 17..¥. 

Prote, 
against his rêmoval of a prize vessel 
at Tangier before condemnation, 1667. 
3509, L 198. 
Letter to, from Col. H. h'orwood 
1667. 3509, f. 185. 

Hubberthorne (Richard), Quake,.. Let- 
ter to A. Blackland, late 17th cent. 
61, f. 131. 
Huber (----), Abbé. Letter to Sir H. 
Sloane, 1732. Ff. 4052, f. 97. 

Huber (Ulricus), Professo,. of Floquo, ce 
et 'raneker. Verses on, by B. ,5eve- 
rinius, 1660. Lat. 2870, £ 59 b. 

Hubert (William). Letter to Sir H. 
:51oane, 1729. 4050, f. 167. 

Hubin (--), Sieur. Machines nou- 
vellement executées et en parti in- 
ventCs par, 1673. 1775, ff. 156 b-161. 
Observations de sa demontration 
des experiences, sur la pesanteur et 
legereté des liqueurs, 1681. 1233, ff: 
13-16 b. 

Hiibner (Joachim), Commercium lit- 
terarium, 1635-1647. 639. 

Huchenson (Frances), widow of ]Villîam 
H«cheaso. Warrant to pay her pen»ion, 
wJth ber receipt» 1654. 1519 f. 151. 

Huddleston (A--), of Lees Court, ,'o. 
Ifent. Lettcr fo Lord Sondes 1720. 
4065, f. 293. 
Huddleston (Andrew). Letters to Lord 
2724, ff. 143-146. 

Carlisle, 168.-1683. 
Hudeman (Johannes). 
MS.5. 2843 ; 2844. 

Wrote, in 1693, 

Hudemann (Ludwig Friedrich). 
ttoudemann al. Hudemann. 

Hudson (John), Bodley's Librarian, 
for& Letters to Sir tI. Sloane, 1701- 
1712. 40;58, f. 257; 4039, ff. 65, 258, 
313, 320; 4040, ff. 35, 2ô9, 319; 4041, 
ff. 218, 282 ; 4042, ff. 140, 175, 342 ; 
40 3, f. 102. 
Hudson (William), 
Note or" moneys 
2177 ff. 25-27. 

Hudson's 
du voyage 
3527. 

Varder of the Tou'er. 
due to, 158-1593. 

Bay, N. A»wrica. Relation 
à, par P. E. Radisson, 1684. 

Memoir touching the right of 
France or England to the toast of, 
ch'c. 1700. l.'r. 2716, ff. '37-107. 

I-Iudson's Bay Company. Patent, 
1670. Copy. 2447. 
Arms of, 17th cent. 2281, f. 3. 
Hudswell, l'hmil 9 of. Pedigre% 1655. 
1429, f: 46. 
:Hugely. . Hooghly. 
:l=[uggeIls (Edmond). v. Hogan. 
]uggins (Charles), M.D., of 
o. b'edf. Letter to Sir H. Sloan% 1733. 
4075» f. 20. 
Hughes (----), Co,,missa,'y af T,«gier. 
Accompt oï Ensign Jukes' estatê, 1669. 
351% t: 

I-Iughes (-----), l'igiliaru,n l'roefectus. 
Letter to fit 11. 5]oane, 1709. Lat. 
4042, f. 50. 

Hughes (----.), Ije'n, ieur. 
Sir H. 51oane, 17 I0. 
Hughes (Adam 
two busts from 
4042, L 15o b. 

Letter to 

4042, L 150. 
Friderick). Receipt oi 
Sir H. Sloane, 1710. 

:Hughes (Griflith). Letters to Sir tt. 
filoaue, 1743. 4057, ff: 223, 226. 
]=Iughes (llugo). Letter to Sir H. 
$1oane, 1704. 4039, f. 303. 
IIughes (J--), M.D., of tlurstbourne, co. 
ttants. Letter to :Sir H. loan% 1722. 
4075, f. 276. 
Hugo Sacerdos. Owned» in the 16th 
cent., Ml. 988. 



268 

INDEX. 

:I-Iugo 

(Dr. A ugust Johann), of llanorer. 
Letters to Sir H. 5loane, 1735-1737. 
4054, ri: 125, 220 ; 4055 f. 160. 

Letter to J. Petiver, n. d. 
4066, f. 385. 

Letter to, fi-om Sir tI. Sloane, 
1735 Ff. 4068, t: 27b. 

ttuguenots. Account of the Massacre 
of, on S. Bartholomew's day, 1572. 
Let. and Engl. 709. 
Derivation of lhe terre, ]ate 17th 
cent. Ff. 1030, f. 76. 

ttuicke (Robert), M.D.. Physiciaa fo 
Fdw«rd V1. and fo Otc. Elizabeth. Let- 
ters to the University of Can:bridge, 
1554. Lat. Copies. 3562, ff. 59-64. 

YIuijberts (Adrian). Letter to Dr. S. 
Bellingham, 1669. 647, f. 78. 

:Huldrich (Johann), Pastor of the 
J:rauen-Miinter, Zurich. Autograph in 
album 1670. 1795 or 2597» f. 53. 

v. Kingston on Hull, co. York. 

lq:ulse (Edward), 31.1_)., Physiclan to the 
Prince of Orange. Letters to, from T. 
Carvel', and J. Budgen, 1681, 1682. 
123, ff: 5, 8, 8 b, 9 b, 10 b, 11 b. 

ttulse (Sir Edward), JI".D., 1st Dart. 
Letters to Sir H. Sloane, 170ï, 173ï, 
and n. d. 4039, f. 83; 4054, f. 172; 
4078» f. 222. 

• Letter to, from Sir H. Sloane, n. d. 
4078, f. 348. 

I-Iulst, Monsieur van. 
gustuz van). 

v. Holsteyn (Au- 

Hulton (Joseph), Steward of St. Thomas 
IIospital, Sootht«ar/:. Certificate of 
number of sohliers admitted into 
Hospital 1722-1723 signed by, 1723. 
1968, f. 216. 

I-]:umbert (Jacob Daniel), student of 
Theology at Heidelberg. A utograph in 
album 1669. 1795 or 2597 f. 77. 

Humfreys (Madam-----). l.etter to, 
from P. Walkden, l Œe..ao.. 406'6, f. 77. 

l:]:tu:nfreys (0riando). Letters to Sir 
H. Sloane, 1733, 1735. 1736. 4053, 
f. 47; 4054, f. 129; 4075 f. '282. 

Humfrye (William), Ass«y J[aster of 
the lht. Licene to, of mines in Eng- 
land and Ireland 1365. 1709 ff. 49 b- 
53 b ; 2483, ff. 1-10. 

Humphrey, Due of G[oucester. 
Gloucester, Hurnphrey, Duke of. 

ttumphrey (Laurence), D.D., Presidcnt 
of lagdalen College, Oxford. Sermon at 
,St. hlar-'s Churcb, Oaford, temp. E]iz. 
2987, fl:'64--68. 

Humphrys (E,lward), Servant 
Shelburne. Letter to Sir H. 
1718. 4078, f. 2'23. 

fo I ord 
Sloane, 

Hunaîn Ibn Ish&k, Al-'Ib5di. Is,goge 
i, parrain artem Galeni, 13th-15th 
ccntt. Lat. and E,gl. 6, ff. 1-9; 213, 
ff. 41 b-46 b ; 1124, ff. 5-11 ; 1610, 
ff. 2-6. 
Experimenta de corio serpentis ex 
ejus libro "Salis vitoe," 15th cent. 
2135, f. 52. 
Epistola ad Gala de prcprietate 
arborum fraxini et thamarici, 15th cent. 
3124, f. 191. 
Vita, cure scriptorum ejus cata- 
logo, 17th cent. 3647 ff. 45-72b. 
Hunauld (Francis Joseph), M.D. Let- 
ters to Sir H. bloane 1733-1740. Ff. 
4052, f. 369 ; 4053, ff: 76, 207» 262 
4056» f. 318. 
Letter to, from Sir H. Sloane» 1733. 
Er. 4068» f. 207. 
Hungary, K,'ngd,.,m of. Position o the 
Turks on the borders of, 1594. Ital. 
19 o 
• Responsiones pastorum ecclesiarum 
reformatarum in, ad J. Durœei quœe»tiones 
Parasceuasticas 1634. 402, ff. 144- 
179b. 
Descriptive journal of, by Dr. 
Irowne, 1669. 1911-1913ff. 161-166 b; 
1(,,o ff. 1-29. 
Excerpts by Dr. D. Foote from a 
Ronàish Confession of Faith in 1695. 
629 f. 356. 

:I=Iungerford (Francis), ][. D., of Wat- 
lington, co. ¢)xon. Letters to Dr. Lloyd, 
165.. Lat. 118, ff. 92, 94. 

ttungerford (John), ][.D., of Oxford. 
Botanical and medical notes written at 
Montpelier, 1650-16t54. Lat. and 
460. 

0wned MS. 436. 

Hungerford (Walter). Date of his 
birtb, 1634. 1394, f. 171. 

:Huniades (Joannes Corvinus). Alchemi- 
cal process, 17th cent. 1139, ff. 12-17. 

Hunnius(Ludovicus). Horoscope, 1577. 
1782, f. 8. 

]t:unnius (Sabina), daughter of 'gldi,s 
Hunnius. Horoscope, 1579. 1782, f. 11. 



INDEX. 269 

Hunsdon- (G.) v. Carey (George), 2,d 
1, « ron llunsdo n. 
Hunt (Francis), Stcward of the Florists' 
Society, London. Letter to J. Petiver, 
n.d. 4067, f. 115. 
Hunt (Henry), of Grvsham Colle.ge. Let- 
ters to Sir H. Sloane» 170» 1713. 4039, 
f. 397 ; 4043, f. 151. 
- Letter to, from P,. Walford, 169. 
4062, f. 299. 
Hunt (Isaac). Logs of voyages to Tau- 
gier, Veuic% Zante and back, 1680-1683. 
2034. 
Hunt (R--). ,, Elucidation of Ripley's 
Compound of Alchimy by Mr. Parney" ; 
inscribed to, 17th cent. 2567,g. 23-33b. 
Hu_nt (Stephen), M.D. Letter to Sir H. 
Sloane, 1694. 4026, £ 433. 
Hunt (William). Owned in 1638, MS. 
403. 
Hunte (Edmonde). Accompt of Dr. B. 
Clerke's expences, 1587. 3299 £ 15. 

Hunter 
to Dr. 
ff. 216, 319. 
Hunting. « Maister 
cent. 60 ; 3501. 

(Robert), of Liverpool. Letters 
E. Borlase, 1679, 1681. 1008, 

of gaine," 15th 

cent. 981, f. 38. 
l=l:untingdon, larl o. 
(Heury). 
Huntingfield, F«mily off 
1655. 1429, f. 40. 
Vfuntley (----). Formerly 
332. 

Directions bow to take quails, 16th 

v. Hastings 

Pedigree, 

owned MS. 

Huntley (Humphrey). Medical receipts, 
1644. 3490, B.; 3491. 

Huntyclyne (John). Owned, in the 
16th cent. MS. 1009 ff. 2-28 b. 

tturst (Henry), Presbyterian Ditn¢. Ad- 
dress to Charles Il. with answer n. d. 
3065, f. 21. 
Hurst(Richard). Formerly owned MS. 92. 

Hurstpierpoint, co. Suss. 
lands in tvmp. Eliz. Imlger f. 
£1. 

Lease of 
2728 A. 

tturtado de :M:endoza (Diego), 
Terial Ambassador at omv. Etruscan 

ttusain ibn 'Abd Allgth (Abd 

callcd lbn SinA or Avicenna. 
cent. Lat. 3647, f. 107. 
, Libri Canonis ejus, 
t933, ff. 184-275. 

'i) 
Life, 18th 

13th cent. 

_ Libri Canonis ejus a Gerardo Cre- 
monensi in Latiuum conversi, 14th cent. 
2157 ; 3095. 
-.. Commentaria super fen 4 Libri 
primi CanonisAvicennœe, 17th cent. 2984, 
ff. 52-163. 
_ Commentarii in ejus Cauones, 17th 
cent. 2989, ff. 49-70, 157-175. 
Compendium primoe fen ejus 
nonis a P. Crispo, 1617. 3133, ff. 412- 
435. 
_ Excerpta de ejus Canone de horis 
febrium, 17th cent. 1753, ff. 138-145. 
- De physiognomia, 13th cent. 2030, 
ff. 103-108. 
- Èpistola ad Carolum de mensibus 
singulis annis oh sanitatem servaudis 
13th cent. 2030 ff. 129-131. 
cen t. 

--------- Formuloe remediorum, 13th 
1933, f. 98 b. 
. "Avicennes selonc 
cent. 1611, ff. 69-142 b. 

fisique," 14tl 

De anima, 14th cent. 1754, ff. 

186 b-193. 
Epistola alchemica, 14th cent. 
1754 ff. 50 b-56. 
De lapide philosophorum» 15th 
cent. 3744, f. 41. 
Treatises on alchemy, 17th cent. 
2036, ff. 2-4, 49. 

3124, ff. 

De febribus, 15th cent. 
156-167. 

-De 12 aquis preciosissimis, 15th 
cent. 2327, f. 33. 
Auathomia abbreviata secundum, 
15th cent. 3124, f. 222. 
- Commeataria in e jus opera medica 
per doctores Soria, Ruiz et Miranda, 17th 
cent. 344, ff. 1--436 b. 

Htsbandry. Abstract of Act of Par- 
liament " for kepynge vp of howsis for 
husbandry," 1488-9. 747, f. 60. 
--------Suggestions of improvements 
to Lord Pembroke, 17th cent. 2519. 
-  Treatise on, 1666. 3815. 

Hussey (ttenry). 

Warrant for his 

inscriptions with ltalian decipherings appointment to a child's place in the 
sent by, to the Bishop of Arra», 1552. Charter ttouse, temp. Cha. II. 856, 
3524, ff. 59-67 b. f. 38. 

Hutte (Nicholas), of 8illstone, ca. York. 
Note of his marriage to Dionise, widow 
of R. Headeley 1583. 130 f. 73. 

:l=Iussey (Mary). Epigram of :blartial 
trauslated and applied t% 17th cent. 
292 f. 3. 



270 INDEX. 

1=[uaaey (Wi/liam), Jun., J..D., of Bou,'n, 
co. Line. Letter to Sir H. Sloane, 172, 
4050, L 69. 

]tussie, Fami( of. 
1429, f. 108. 

and J.P. for co. llertL Letter 
H. Sloane, 1725. 4075, f. 278. 
/-utchinson (W--). Formerly 
3IS. 443. 

Pedigree, 1655. 

Huswedelius (Joanne). Carmen in 
J. Werenbergii obitum, 17th cent. 288s, 
fi 195b. 
Huszchi (Stepkanus), of ][armacos. in 
Hujary. Autograph in album, 1694. 
2360, L 70 b. 
Hutchson (FranceO, wldow, v. tIu- 
chenson. 
Hutchinson (Francis), Perpetual C, trctte 
qf ',,ry St. Aim,nds, afterw. Bh»p of 
Down and Cnor. Letters fo Sir II. 
Sloane, 170, 1712, 1723. 4040, 
4043, L 38; 4047, ff. 67, llO. 
utchinson (Julius), of Iio, lhall 
3Ianor, co. Hertf.; Deputy 
to Sir 

owned 

Hutchison (-----). Receipt for ink, 
late 17th cent. 1087, f. 7. 
Hutton (G). Letter to H. Power, on 
Dr. Browne's medical treatise, n. d. 1378, 
f. 352. 
Hutton (John), M.D.; M.P. for Dum- 
fries. Letter to Sir H. Sloan% n. d. 
4059, f. 189. 
. Letter to, from G. Bidloo, 1708. 
Lat. 4064, f. 173. 
t:Iutton (Sir Richard), Justice of the 
Coïnmon Pleos. Speech fo, on receiving 
his Judge's patent, by Sir F. t3acon, 
[16173. 3522. f. 27. 
Argument on tlampden's case of 
shipmoney. 1638. 3933, ff: 266 b-274 b. 

Indictment against 
for charging him with 
3933, ff. 331-338. 

T. Harrison, 
treason, 1638. 

Secret ary  o 

Huygens (Christ ian), 

lVilliam, Prince of Orange. Autogral,l 
in album, 1579. Fr. 851, f. 124. 
Huygens (Christiaan), van Zuyliclwm. 
Observatio de Saturni ]una, 25 Mart., 
1655. 548, f. 17 b ; 652, f. 188. 
Description of a new kind of candle- 
stick, read belote the Royal Society, 
2 Sept. 1663. 698, f. 28. 
. Table for the equation of days, 
17th cent. 243, ff. 141b-143. 
- Lecture on his "Horologium oscil- 
latorium," by Dr. R. Hooke, iate 17th 
cent. Draft. 1039, f. 129. 

Huygens (Constantin), 11reer tan Zu.- 
lichera. Autograph in album, 1641. Ff. 
851, f. 124. 
I-Iyde (Edward), 1st Farl of C[arendon. 
Letter to Prince Rupert, ['1645]. 1519, 
f. 82. 
lnvadentem podagram propu[sandi 
methodus pro Magnœe Britannioe l:egis 
Cancellario, by Sir T. Mayerne, 1654. 
206, A. f. 32. 
Articles of treason exhibited 
against, bv Lord Bristol, 1663. 3299, 
f. 209 ; .,;.,,:,,_,, f. o 
Humorous address to, from P. 
Fisher, 1664]. 3986, f. 1. 
Petition and ad,lress of, to the 
House of Lord, 1667. 856, ff. 52-54; 
3299, ff. 135-138 b. 
Minute of Parliament ou a paper 
by, 1667. Ff. 1519, f. 237. 

Hyde (tion. Edwar, l), 3,-d son of Ed,«ard, 
1st Eorl of Clare»don. Epigram on his 
death, 1665. 3752, f. 26 b. 

Hyde (Edward), Viscount 
afterw. 3rd F:,rl of Clarendon. 
when Governor of New York, 
father, Lord Clarendon 1705. 
f. 93. 
Letter fo, as Governor of New 
York, from J. Abeel, 1705. 4064, f. 86. 

Co«nbury, 
Letter» 
lo his 

4064, 

Hyde (Henry), lscount Cornbury, aftertr. 
2nd Earl of Clarendon. Note of birth 
of his son, 1661. 1708, f. 108. 
Letters to Sir H. Sloane, 1704, and 
n.d. 4039, f. 406; 4059, ff. 190, 191. 
. Letter fo, fi-om his son, Lord 
Cornbury, 1705. 4064, f. 93. 

Hyde (Henry), 17scount Cornbury. 
ters to Sir tI. Sloane, 173. 
ff. 158, 180. 

Let- 
4053, 

Hyde (Laurence), lriScotnt J]yde, afte,'u'. 
1st Earl of ltochester. Correspondence, 
as Lord Commissioner of the Treasury, 
with Lord Carlisle, 1681. 2724» ff. 106- 
109 b. 

- Satire on, 18th cent. 3516, L 49. 

Hyde (Thomas), l?odley 's Librarian, Regius 
Professor of tlebrew, and C«non of Christ 
Church, Oxford. Catalogue of his books 

and papers, cire. 
272b. 

1703. 3323, ff. 270- 

Letters to Sir H. Sloane, 1698- 

170.. 4037, ff. 93, 96, I00, 144, 254, 
269; 4038, f. 43, 75, 89, 90, 97, 128, 
148, 199, 292. 
Letters fo F. Forcer, Jun., 1699. 
and n.d. 4062, f. 310; 4066, L 388. 



INDEX. '2.71 

l:tyde (Thomas), Bodle9" s Librarian, 
Re,jius Pfofessor of IIebrew, and Canon 
of Christ Chm'ch, Oxford (contin,«ed). 
Letters to H. Wanley, 1701, an,! n. d. 
4063, L 96 ; 4066, £ 386. 
- • Letter to Dr. G. IIickes, 170. 
4063, L 133. 
------ Letter o ----, n.d. 3822, £ 91. 
/:Iyde (Wil]iam), Jun., of Zangtoft, 
Zinc. Chancery suit v. W. an,| 3I. 
Fletcher» 1696. 2717, ff. 34-36 b. 
Hydraulics. DescriI, tion ofa hydraulic 
machine, 18th ctnt. 2142, f. 8. 
Hydrography. v. Fornerius (Georgius). 
Hydrutiaus (Verdinus), Abb,t of St. 
Paul af Cosenza. Discove»y of his ton, b 
in the Abbey church, 17th cent. 1rai. 
2764, f. 108. 
Poeticon as- 
hnpe,f . 

]ytlS (Caius Julius). 
tronomicon, llth cent. 
ff. 50-65 b. 

Hyginus (Constantinus). Versus ad, a 
R. Thory, 17th cent. 1768, ff. 84b, 
85 b. 

Hymns. Hymus, 14th cent. Lat. 
1580, ff. 143 b-147 b, 152 b, 153 b, 156 b, 
158 b; 1777, £ 49 ; Zat. and F,.. oo, 
f. 14; L«t. 263 f. 66 ;lSth cent. 
783, B. £ 17b; 1584, ff. 14b-18; 2471, 
ff. 16 286b» 88-91 b, 97-101 b ; 2565 
ff. 78 b-81 ; Engl. 3160» f. 152. 
A book of ecclesiastical hymns, 
15th cent. £ow Germ. 565 ff. 22-61. 
- - Hymus ou the Hours of the Cross, 
etc., cirv. 1605. at. and Engl. 1709, 
ff. 276 b-278 b» 281 b-283, 285. 
o (Samuel). Epithalamium on, 17th 
cent. 3769, L 3 b. 
mers (Joseph). Letter to Sir H. 
Sloane, 1702. 4039, f. 58. 
yspanus (N/colaus). v. Nîcolaus His- 
pauus. 

IQ 

I.L.].C.].D. t'. Laue (Johaau), 
Medicinoe Candidatus, Mcdicinoe Doctor. 

Ibn Othal, Medicus Arabs. Vita, 18th 

cent. 3647, f. 3 b. 
Ibn Zohar, Phys;ci«n, of Serille. 
regimine sanitatis, 15th cent. 
ff. 47-51 b. 

D 

Iceland. 

to the loyal Society, 166. 
f. 90. 
. lcelandic Alphabet, 
1089, £ 8. 

Letter on, ri'oto Sir T. Browne 
1911-1913, 

17th cent. 

Icelartdic :]SS. Lutheran Gradual, 
16th cent. 503. 
Ichthyology. Catalog,s piscium, 17th 
cent. 1797, ff. 12-21 b. 
. . Anatomical description of a rare 
fish, with draing, 17th cent. Germ. 
2880, f. 5. 
Ickenham, co. Middl. Plan of the I,ar- 
souage and lebe, 1664. 27-, B. f. 23 
Prescrit of communion plate fo the 
parishioners, 1683. 2717, f. 43. 
Iden (Joannes). Letter fo, from J. Dury, 
163.,. Lat. Two copies. 654, ff. 'aS, 

Idria, in Austr;a. Descril,tio reioni» 
I,lriœe a-----W,,lfe, l$th cent. 39.5, 
-ff. 81-5 b. 

Ignatius [Iopez de lecalde, 

d« 
Loyola], 8aint. Liïe of, translated by 
Dr. D. Foote, late 17th cent. 62, 
218-221 b. 
• - Verses on his apotheosis, by 
Thory, 17th cent. L:t. 1768, f. S7 b. 

Ilive (Thomas), P,'inter, of Aldersgate, 
London. Letter to Sir H. Sloane, n. d. 
4026, f. 268. 
Imperato (Francesco). Universalis me- 
thodu» fossilium, 17th-lSth centt. Two 
copies. 3000, ff. 164, 169. 
Imperiali (Jules), Abbe'. Letter to the 
Danish Eavoy at Paris, 1701. 
2877» f. 182. 
Impington, co. Cambridge. Catalogue 
of medical books at, 1666. 2251, f. 109. 
Impostors, 'l?he 'I'hre Grand. v. 
Smith (Richard), Secondary of the Poul- 
try Compter. 
Inchiquin, Earl of. v. O'Brien(Wil- 

liam). 
Independents, Sect 
Faith drawn up at 
608, ff. 1-00 b. 

of. Confession of 
the Savoy, 165 

Inda, East. Alexandri Magni eldstolu 
,le mirabilibus In,lioe ad Aristotelem, 
12th cent. 1619, . 12-17 ;---15th cent. 
1785, ff. 2-13. 
- Livro do Etado da India Oriental, 
pello Capitiio P. Barretto de Resende; 
with portraits, 1640. 197. 
History of, 17th cent. Port,, 
1S20. 



72 

INDE. 

India, East (co-nh, ued). Translation 
from a universal ttistorv of lndia com- 
l)osed in the rime of Aarengzebe, 18th 
cent. Dutch. 0063. ff. 27-30 b. 

A. Rogerii (,1,en-dem tot het ver- 
borgen Heydendom, 1651. Extracts. 
let. and Germ. '2910, ff. 150-159. 
Places in the E. Indies, where the 
.ubjects of the King of Spain have any 
fi,rts and settled residences, circ. 1602. 
25, f. 13. 
Places in the Indies where the 
" ]'ortuga]ls" bave neither fortification 
or residence, circ. 1602. 25, f. 13 b. 
News ri'oto the E. Indies, by W. 
Brutton, 1638. Extract. 948, ff. 79- 
87b. 
Abstraet of Capt. O. Willman's 
voyage to, in 1648-1654, by P. II. Zoll- 
man, 1725. 4048, f. 94. 

Remonstrance to the Lord Pro- 
tector on the trade to, by E. Wylde, 
1654. 3271. 

= Travels of R. Bell in the Mogul's 
country, and residence in the Courts of 
Shab Jehfin and Aurangzib 1654-1668. 
811, ri: 2-17. 
Journal o[ voyage to, with draughts 
by M. J. van der Tol, 1666-1670. Dutch. 
3673. 
Journals of voyages to, col, ied by 
Cal)t. J. Kempthorne 166î-1688. 3668. 
Traitté de la navigacion aux Indes 
Orientalles, fait par l'ordre du Due 
d'York, ch'c. 1670. 3210. 
Journals of voyages to, by Capt. 
J. Kempthorne, 1684-1689. 3670 ; 
3671. 
Journal of voyage to, by 1. War- 
ren, 1682-1684. 3672, ff. 1-66 b. 
Journal of voyage t.o by Capt. ]I. 
Fowlis, 1703-1705. 3674. 
Journal of voyage to, by N. Griffi», 
1703-1704. 3675. 
Journal of voyage from, to Ho]- 
]and, 18th cent. Germ. I»hoe:f. 4020, 
ff. 223-229. 
Instructions for sailing fi'om Pt. 
«le Galle to the Bay of Bengal, 17th cent. 
:;670, ff. 131-135. 
 Table of ships sailing to, from 
London, 168-1688. 3671, f. 2 b. 
- Index of Indian varieties in the 
.,a,llery of the Physic Garden at Leyden, 
1695. Lat. and E31. 4019, f. 69. 
. List of /ndian curiosities, 18th 
,','nt. 4019, f. 56. 

India, 

Elast (continued). Anatomical 
remarks on an elphant opened at F«,rt 
St. George, with preparatious of his 
tissues, 1715. Ff. and ;E,gl. 3916. 
Manifesto of the Diamoud /qer- 
chants of, 1731. 1968 f. 54. 
Description of E. Indian birds from 
paintiugs, 18th cent. 4020, f. 192. 
Account of an E. Indian poîson, by 
A. Baily, 17th cent. 4025, f. 12. 
Catalogue of some tarer plants in 
the Royal gardens at Hampton, 1690. 
at. 2928. 
Of the doses and viîues of E. 
Indian roots, with heir aames in Jentue 
and lalabar, 17th cent. 1056 B. 
]Iedical historv of E Indian trees 
and plants, with drawings, 17th cent. 
4013, ff. 3-59 b. 
Aeeount of S. Brown's 6th book of 
E. lndian plants, by J. l'etiver, 17th 
cent. 2941, 
List of E. Indian plants, 18th cent. 
4019, f. 66. 
- ]3RITIS!! 
First of the eharters granted to, by 
Charles II., 1661. 2178, ff. 34-45 b. 
-- Royal letter to the pri- 
rate Committee t'or an experiment of the 
possibility of growing spice in Jamaica, 
1661. t56, f. 37 b. 
- . . Warrant fo prepare a bill 
to enable the company to punish dis- 
orderly persons in India, 166.. 856, 
f. 10. 
l'roeeedings in Parliament 
in its case t,. T. Skinner, 1667, 1668. 
3936, ff. 1-32 b, $7-46 b. 
-- egoiation of mercantile 
affairs for, at Tonquin, 1672-1677. 998. 
- Pal,ers relating to, 1692- 
1700. 2902, ff: 142-150. 
- Letter to the supercargoes 
and captains in the service of, from 
J. Cunningham, 1705. 3336, ff. 13 b- 
15b. 
• - Eugraved arms of, 17th 
cent. 4011, f. 42. 
DUTCH EAST INDIA CX):MPANY. 
Documents relating to, 1650 - 1689. 
.Dutch. 2910, ri: 177-203 b. 
• - Jou'nal of it war with 
5Iacassar, 1666-1669. 3662, ff. 2-23. 
- Notes on their trade in 
Japan» 17th cent. Germ. 3061, ff. 118- 
127. 
- Letters to officiais in, from 
E. Koeml,fer , I684-1705. Lat., Dutch 
and Germ. 3063, ff. 34-95 b. 



INDEX. 273 

India, East (¢ontinued). 
letters relatiug to» 1693. 
ff. 12, 31, 34--47 b. 

Indians. v. America. 

Papers and 
I)utch. 3064, 

Indies, West. 

Appointment of Sir N. 
Johnson as Goveaor, 1686. Abstract. 
3299, f. 211. 
Route to, from Gomera Isle, 16t1 
cent. Span. 4028, ff. 3-5 b. 
• Rutter with notes and particulars 
of the Islands, 17th cent. 2292» ff. 16- 
27. 
JouruaI of Admiral Penn's voyage 
to, from England, by H. Whistler, 1654, 
1655. [lnperf. 3926. 
- Journal of part of the saine voyage 
to, 165:. tt31, A. ff. 35-42. 
Journal of a voyage fo, 1699- 
1702. finpcr.f. 2496, Il: 70 -112 b. 
• Sailing course to, from the 
Canaries» 17th cent. 2292, f. 30-33. 

-- Abstract of Sir H. Sioane's work 
on, 18th cent. 

3.324, ff. 254-257. 

Indulgences. Indulgence graated by 
the Council of Ble for the reductioa 
the Greeks 1436. Lat. 3281, f. 2 b. 
5umario de las indulgencias con- 
cedidas per l'io IV, Pio V.,Gregorio XIII. 
y Sixto V., a supplica,/ion de la S. C. 
de la Emperatrix a las cueutas que hen- 
«lixero», 1586. 796, f. 4. 
lndulgeucias coucedidas pot Sixto V. 
a los granos cruzes, medallas y imagines 
que ben,lixo a devociou deI cuerp« «le 
. Leocadia a peticion del Padre M. tier- 
nandez 1586. 796, f. 5. 

Ingorson (James). Letter to J. Petiver, 
n.d. 4066, f. 389. 

Ingleby Manor, in Ch«rdwell» co. E, sscx. 
Bequest of, to Christ's Hospital, Win- 
chester, 1586. 752. 

Inglis (Esther), Frenchwcnv. Livret 
contenant diverses sortes de lettres, 
escrit à Lislebourg par, 1586. 97. 

Inglis (John). Letters to Sir .Il. Sloane, 
1 oo 
7-, and n. d. 4046, \ 230; 4075, 
f. 301. 
Letter to, from Sir H. Sloane, 
1722. Lot. 4068, f. 113. 

Ingoldsby (Sir Richard), A-.B. ; Regicide. 
Medical prescription for, by Dr. J. Met- 
lord, 1652. L«c. .2812, f. 18 b. 

Ingolt (--), Reipublicœe Argentinensis 
l)elegat«s. Letter to, from J. Dury. 
1633. Lat. 654, f. 42. 

KLOAN E INDEX. 

Ingram (Sir Arthur). Refereuce to an 
operation for the stone on, by F. Collot, 
1680. ] 865, f. 110. 

Ingram (David), Sailo,', of Barkiw3, co. 
Essex. Relation of his journey ff-oto 
lqcxico to near C. Bretou, 1582. 1447. 

Inice (-----). Summons to, to pay rents 
of the Drapers' Company, 1677-1678. 
2717, ff. 20, 21. 
In_k. Receipts for iak, 16th cent. 4, ff: 2, 
3b, 62b. 

leceipts for secret i,k, 17th cent. 
2«,» f. 56 ; 795, f. 18. 

Inns of Court. v. Law. 

Innys (William). Letter to J. l'ctiver, 
171. 4065, fi 93. 
Inoculation. v. Scheuchzer (De. Jotn 
Gaspar). 
Inquisition, l[islo,'y o.f. Tumults at 
lt:d. 

Nal,les , on its introduction, 1547. 
2103, ff: 175-179 b. 
v. 13orro (;iuscppe Francesco). 
Molinos (,liguei). 

Inscriptions. llscl'il,tion carved on a 
stick, 17th cettt. 648, f. 18. 
-- - ÇO[,leS of ancient inscril,tioas , 
181h cent. 19G8, ff. o,,o o,». 
r. A]el,pO , in r. 
Crispis (.Elia Loelia). 
ltaly. 
St. Cleer, co. Cor,v«. 
pain. 
"L'arragoua, i+ 

Insiquin. 

v. Inchi,luin. 

Insularius (Rogerus), " l'ræl,osilus 
J[a.,g«lo)wnsis." Letter to, ff'oto Gualter, 
Bishop of Maguelonue, 13th cent. Lat. 
135, f. 10. 
Inventories. Note of linen taken by a 
Par[iameatary Commissioner to Oxford, 
164. 1771, f. 25. 
, lnveutry of g,ods belonging to a 
physician, left at the ttat and Feathers 
in Kiag Street, lu St. Giles in the Fie{ds 
parish, [1681-1685. 1492, f. 69. 
v. Aubert (çlaude). 
Barr (James). 
Crabh (Symion). 
Foxe al. Oxstyne (John). 
Headerson (Bartolomew). 
Juckes (Franci..). 
Liineburg, in Ifanorer. 
Merchaut Adventurers Company. 
Mildmay (Sir Henry). 
Mining Company, Royal. 
Weekely (--). 

1 



274 

INDEX. 

Irby (Capt. Anthony), of Boston, co. Line. 
Letter to his cousin [Dr. L. Plukenett], 
0 o 
1672. 4_6., f. 182. 

Letters to, from his cousin, D]'. L. 
Plukenett, with prescril,tions , 1673, 
1681. Enyl. and Lat. 4062, ff. 183, 206- 
208 b. 

Ireby, F«mily of. 
2401, f. 2 b. 

Arms, 15th cent. 

Ireland. 

/tistory of. by Dr. G. Keatiag ; 
transcribed by J. Murphy, 1714, 1715. 
[rish. 3806 ; 3807. 
Catalogue of lrish writers, cire. 
1700. 85, f. 41. 
Instructions ri'oto Edward VI. to 
the Irish Privy Council, 1550. 2442, 
ff. 72-75. 
• Discorso sopra il regno d'Irlanda, 
e del]a gente che bisognaria l, er çonquis- 
tarlo fatto a Gregorio XIII., [1572-1585]. 
2180, ff. 52-57. 
• Report to Qu. Elizabeth on, bySir 
J. Perrot, 1582. 2200, ff. 1-12 b. 
Accourir of, [by J. Dymmok], c,'rc. 
157. 1528. 
l'apers relating to the Rebellion 
in, [1594.] 1818, ff. 37-116. 
Hibernioe descrii,tio in anno 1595. 
1710, ff. 142--145. 
View of the state of, in 1596» by 
E. Spenser, 17th cent. 1695. 
Letters to Lieutenants of English 
counties for men to be sent into IreIand, 
1596. Copies. 33, f. 11 b. 
Offer to Lord Buckhurst of fi'esh 
victuals for service in Ireland, 1598. 
2172, f. 21. 
Warrant for raising horse for sup- 
1,ressing rebels in, 1601. 1519, f. 213. 
Proclamation set forth at Kinsale 
by the Spaniards under J. de Aquila, 
6o]. :, c 4. 
Correspondence and papers of Lord 
Falkland, Lord Deputy, 1604-1632. 
3827. 
Letters and papers of Dr. E. Bor]ase, 
1608-1682, relating chiefly fo the Re- 
bellion of 1641. 100s. 

1742. 

Collection relating to, teml,. Jas. I. 

Letter to the Lord Deputy [Straf- 
ford], from Sir M. Williams, [1633- 
1641]. 2681, f. 268. 
• Lists of the Lords of the Council 
in Ireland, [1633-1641], 1674. 1015 
tf. 21, 22. 

Ireland (continued). Observations on 
the peol, le with their affections to the 
l,resent differences between England and 
Scotland, 1640. Imperf . 29. 
View of its condition from the 
year 1640, temp. Chas. II. 3838. 
Abstract of articles ot agreement 
for farming the taxes, 13 Jan. 165 
972, ff. 25-28 b. 
Royal letter to the Lords and 
Justices of Ireland tbrbidding the grant- 
ing of confiscated lands, 166ï. 856» 
f. 17 b. 
l'apers relating to trade in, 1665- 
1697. 2902, ff. 131-141» 218,226-228» 
293-298 b. 
Reflections by E. 13orlase on Lord 
Castlehaven's" Memoirs,"[1682]. 1015, 
ff. 1-20 b. 
Address of the Parliament of Ire- 
land to James II., on his arrival in 
h'eland at the Revolution, [1689]. 203, 
t".57. 
Journal of G. Bonnivert, a trooper 
under William III. in, June-July, 1690. 
1033» ff. 1-12 b. 
Lists of payments for military 
and civil affairs in, 1699-170. 2950. 
Journal of travels in, by J. de 
Cardonnel, 1649, 1650. 1731, ILpassim. 
Map of, 1572. 2200, f. 13. 
- The Fingallian travestie ; the 
Fingallian dance; and the Fingallian 
hunting of the Hare ; in verse, 17th 
cent. 900. 

Ireland, Church of. Church hiatory of 
lreland down to the 17th cent. Imperf. 
1449. 
---- Letters ri-oto the Archbishop of 
Armagh and the Bishops of Kilmore and 
Ardagh to J. Dury, 1634. Lat. Copies. 
402 ff. 193, 195. 
--Letter to the Archbishop and 
Bishops ri'oto J. Dury, 1635. Lat. 654, 
f. 183. 
Ireland (William), Jesuit. Speech on 
the scaffold» 1679. 203, f. 67. 
Ireton (Henry), Z'e,jicide. Letter to Sir 
Th. Fairfax, 1646. 1519, f. 133. 

Ireton (Henry), M.P., of Bïlliamst,'ip 
ne«r Fairford, co. Gh, uc. ;son of the 
Z'egicide. Letters toSir H.Sloane, 1709- 
1711. 4075, ff. 303-31 1 b, 313 b. 

Ireton (Katharine), wife of H. lreton, of 

IVilliamztrip. 
1711, 1714. 

Irish MSS. 

Letters to Sir H. Sloane, 
4075, ff. 312-318. 

761, ff. 1-12 ; 3154 ; 3567. 



INDEX. 

275 

Ironside (Giibert), afterw. Bishop of 
B,'istol. Letter fo Dr. F. Glisson, 1654. 
2251, f. 100. 
Ironside (Ralph), son of the above. Let- 
ter to Dr. F. Glisson, 165. 2251, f. 29. 

Irwin (Elizabeth), of Walcote near Staln- 
ford, co. Linc. Letters to Sir II. Sloane, 
1719, 17 tÈ 4075, ff. 319, 323, 325, 
329, 331. 

Irwîu (M--), of lh'pley, 
Letters to Sir II. Sloan% 1723, 
4075, ff. 321, 327. 
Isa dictus Abu- Koraish, 
Physicien. Notice of, 18th cent. 
3647, f. 37. 

1724. 

Isaac Judoeus. 
Al- lsr«'li. 

v. lshk Ibn S_'ulaimn, 

Isaacson (Sir Charles). 
I. Crusius, 1698. Lat. 

Letter fo, from 
1381, f. 110. 

Isaacus (Joannes), callcd Ilollandus. 
Joannes [saacus. 

Isac (Gaspar). Engraving of 
Aquinas, 17th cent. 3209, f. 2. 

Ish&k 

Thomas 

Ibn Sulaim&n, Al Isra'lL 
['ractices pantechni iibri decem, 13th- 
14th centt, o,.t 
- .-. ff. 1-105 ; 3098 ff. 
1-126 ; 3481. 
• Viaticum ejus a Constantino 
Afi'icano translatum, 13th cent• 1615, 
ff. 4-44 ; 3096, ff. 1-69. 
- Commentarius in ejus Viaticun a 
Gerardo Bituricensi, 13th cent. [mpcrf. 

29t6, ff. 205-208 b. 
. R. de Cisterna 
Viaticum 15th cent. 
ff: 183-317. 

Curoe super ejus 
75, ff. 1-93 ; 41_, 

De dietis, 13th-14th centt. 1610, 
ff. 53-123 ; 3282, ff. 1-45. 
Commentarium super dietas uni- 
versales ejus, 13th cent. 1933, ff. 139- 
160. 
De philosophia, 13th cent. 2946, 
ff. 209-216. 
De febribus» 14th cent. 1610, 
ff. 188-245. 
-- Liber de urinis ex Arabico in 
Latinum translatus a Constantino Àfri- 
can% 13th-14th centt. 348, ff. 5--18 b ; 
1610 ff. 246-267 b. 
- De urinis libri duo, interprete T. 
Grîphio, 16th cent. 82. 
De urinis, 16th cent. 1313, ff. 
81 b-84. 
JEgidii de urinis versificati% cure 
adnotatis ex, 16th cent. 574, A. ff. 44- 
5îb. 

Isham (Arme), of Old, co. Northants. 
Medical prescription for» by Dr. J. Met- 
lord, 1652. Lat. 2812, f. 8 b. 

Isham (Vere), 2nd wife o] Sir J,oEtini«n 
[sh, tm 2rot B,«rt. Medical prescription 
for, by Dr. J. Metford 1655. Lat. 2812, 
f. 58. 

Isham (Zacheus), of Christ Church, Oxo 
lord ; afterw. Canot of Canterbury. 
Letters to Dr. E. Borlase, 1679-1681. 
100, ff. 234, 255, 259, 266, 269, 285 
289, 305. 313, 317, 325. 

Isidore, S., A'ishop of Seîille. 
15th cent. 1617, ff. 70-75b. 

3lonita, 

Islam. v. Isleham, co. Cambr. 

Isleham, co. Uambr. Notes on the 
Church, 16th cent. 1.301, ff. 128-130. 
Ismael, Bashaw and Duan of Al,jh'rs. 
Crl'espondence  ith 
Tangier, 1667. Col,y. 
Isnard (Abel), M.D. 
médecins herm6tiques, 
universelle, 1655. 

the Gover,or of 
3984, f. o,o 
Lor potable der. 
ou La Médecin 
2381. 

Isoorates. Evagoras, cure interlreta- 
floue Latina lmti,lUe G. Elwardes, 1576. 
Gr. 456, ff. 5 b-41. 

Israel Ben Zacharias, .lr.b l'h.,isici,m. 
Notice ot' 18th cent. Let. 3647, f. 7. 

Isserd (Jean), M.D., of Montpclli,'r. 
Consulte pour des Scorbutiques, à l'l[6- 
pital Général de Montpellier, 17th cent. 
ou.,% ff. 42-44. 

Isted (E--), Step-yranddaughter to Sir 
H. Sloane. Letter tu Sir H. Sloane, 
1722. 4075 f. 338. 
Isted (Thomas), of Ecton, co. Aortlants. ; 
shTson to Sir II. Sloane. Letters to 
Sir tI. Sloane 16U7-1724, and n. d. 
3984, £ 260; 4037 ff. 38 66; 4043, 
£ 292; 4044, £ 150; 404G ff. no 
-» 11, 
' OO O 
15, 275 ; 4047, ff. 26., 268, 270, .7« ; 
4059, £ 197; 4075 f. 336. 
Letter to, from Dr. A. Charlett 
171î. 4065, f. 18. 
-- Letter t o, ff'oto W. Bishop, 171 
4065, f. 21. 
Ituly. Relatione delli Prencipi d'ltalia, 
ch'c. 1574. 904 ff. 1.0-1o4.° - 
Advertiseneat touchiug the States 
of 1581. 1710, f. 32. 
Description of Italian States especi- 
ally Rome, 160. 350 ff. 287. 
Discorso sobre la Gerra de ltalia, 
1625. 255. ff. 1-19 b. 

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276 

INDEX. 

Italy (continued). Inscriptiones ex anti- 
quitatis monumentis collectoe, 17th cent. 
1693, ff: 47-72 b, 80-124, lmssim. 
Urbium prœecipuarum Italioe elogia, 
17th cent. Ital. and Flemish. 2764, 
f. 24b. 
- - Journal of travels through, by an 
Englishman, 1610. 682. 
Journal of travels through, by Dr. 
T. Gill, 1658-9. 2142, ff. 2-86. 
- . Journal of travel through, 17th 
cent. 1-'r. 3552. 
Journal of travels through, by R. 
Sharp, 1700-1702. 1522. 
Observationes de Italioe urbibus in 
itinere magno, 18th cent. 1710, ff. 5-18. 
Chart of the coast by Capt. J. 
Kempthorne, 1688. 3665, ff. 25 b, 26. 
Collectanea de Ilalioe re litteraria, 
18rb cent. 2994, ff. 61-72, 87-100. 
Observations on a work on its 
curiosities, cte., 18th cent. 3329, f. 57. 
-------- Brieve racconto dt tutte le radici, 
dt tutti l'herbe et dt tutti i frutti che 
crudi o cotti in I talia si mangiano, 1614. 
912. 
Drawings of plants in, 17th cent. 
4003, ff. 8 b-15. 
List Of works chiefly published in 
Italy, 17th cent. 180, ff: 13-18. 
Catalogue of the rarest books that 
vere printed in Italy, 18th cent. 
and Ital. 3329, f. 1 O. 
Italian-Eglish glossary, 17th cent. 
502, ff. 9-32. 
• Italian-Eglish dietionary, 17th 
cent. 860. 
 Italian-Latin-Arabic vocabulary by 
S. Negri, lth cent. 3585. 
Iter ttibernicum. A poem intitled, 
"Iter Hibernicum, or the Ramble ; being 
the voyage and adventures of three 
knights errant," 1661, 1675. 360, ff. 1- 
72b. 

Ittig (Thomas). Apparatus ad Historiam 
Ecclesiasticam, 1693-1705. 2._51, A. 
f. 167-230 ; 2851, B. ff: 1-24. 

Itzehoe, in llolsteS. Letter 
Senate of, from V. Melasius, 1646. 
2877, f. 3. 
Ives (Elizabeth). Horoscope, 1667. 
f. 13 b. 

fo the 
Lt. 

2282, 

Iwardeby (John). Licence as patron of 
hlissenden Abbey to the prior and convent 
to elect an abbat in place of R. Rysburgh% 
deprived, 1462. Lat. 747, f. 90 b. 

Iwardeby (Nicholas). 
Missenden, Lady Day, 
f. 85. 

Rental at Great 
1451. Lat. 747, 

Ixninge. v. Exning, co. Suif. 

J 

J-- (K--). Poem on the days (,f the 
month, 15th cent. 635, ff. 1 b-10 b. 
J-- (L--). La Toyson d'Or, traduict 
d'Alemand en François par, 1613. En,ff. 
transl. 3613, ff. 115-172 b. 
J-- (R--), Alclemist. Letter on his death 
ff'oto Prince Frederic of Holstein-Sles- 
wick, 17th cent. 3667, f. 15b. 
J. Hypanus. v. Rome, Bishop of. 
John XXI. 

J&bir Ibn Haiy&n, Al-Tarssi. De 
perfèctionis investigatione, 15th cent. 
1118, ff. 73-80;--17th cent. 1068, ff. 
239-250 b. 
. De investigatione perfectionis, 17th 
cent. 1068, ff. 133-142. 
Liber fornacum ad exercendam 
chemiam pertinentium, interprete Rodo- 
gero Hispalensi, 17th cent. 1068, ff. 
251-262. 
- Summa perfectionis, 15th cent. 
1091, ff. 3-51 ;--17th cent. Ewl. 317, 
ff. 31-44 b; Lat. 106, ff. 143-238. 
"Liber primus de investigatione 
magisterii/' 15th cent. 1091, f. 75. 
Of the investigation or seeking out 
of perfection, 17th cent. 317 f[. 27- 
30 b. 
Expositio ejus summœe perfectionis 
secundum Audomarum, 16th cent. 3120, 
ff. 145-173. 
Quoedam ex ejus summa perfec- 
tionis magisterii, 17th cent. 3162, f. 26. 
Testament, 16th cent. 320, ff. 
116 b-117 b ;--17th cent. 2532, ff. 74- 
76 ; 3689, ff. 31 b-35. 
Testamentum alchymicum, 17th 
cent. 288, ff. 179-181. 
Enarratio methodica trium Geberi 
lnedicinarum, 17th cent. 225; 2188 
. 1-39 ; EngL 3632, ff. 41-108, 116 b ; 
--18th cent. JLat. and Emjl. 3696, 
ff. 2-67. 

Ordines secundum, 15th cent. 
2459, f. 1. 



INDEX. 

277 

Jtbir Ibn Haiygtn, Al-Tars$ (con- 
tinued). Naturalis magia, 1572. 3661, 
f. 34b. 

Lignum vitoe, 1585. 2528, ff. 66- 

Dialogus seutentiam librorum ejus 
apl,licans , 1585. 2528, ff. 89 b-96. 
Glosa facta super opere majoris 
Mercurii et Solis, 17th cent. 212, ff. 4- 
llb. 
De effectibussignorum planetarum, 
17th cent. 3822, f. 51. 
Letter of R Plot on a translation 
of his works, n.d. 3646, f. 1. 

Jablonski (Daniel Ernestus), ,.Th.D., 
('h «plain to the IGng of Prussia. Letter 
to Sir H. Sloane, 1715. Lat. 4044, f. 63. 

Jabv-il :Ben :Bakhtish2, Arab P/,ysi- 
clan. Vita, 18th cent. 3647, f. 4 b. 

Jabv Ben 
Bakhtsh, 
18th cent. 
Jackman 
Coventrq. 

'Ubaid- allah 
lrab Phsicien. 
3647, ff. 74-87. 

Ben 
Vita, 

170, 1706. 4026, ff. 260, '26'2. 
Jackson (--). IIoroscope of his son, 
1652. 1778, f. 2. 

(J--), of Stoneleigh House, 
Letters to Sir H. Sloane, 

Jackson (-----). List of shells bought 
from, by W. Charleton, 1691. 3961, f. 43. 

Jackson (Benjamin Habakkuk). Letter 
to Sir H. Sloane, 1723. 4047 f. 9. 

Jackson al. Jacson (G--), _Ph,jsician, 
of Dert, y. Letters fo Dr. Downes, 1688- 
1692. Lat. 203, ff. 18-32 b, 34, 35. 

Jackson (Sarah). Letter to Sir H. 
Sloaue, n.d. 4078, f. 394. 

Jackson (Thomas), Solicitor. Letter to 
Lord Carlisle, 1681. -0724, f: 209. 

Jackson (Col)t. William). Relation of 
voyage by, to the Western Indies or Con- 
tinent of America, 1642. 793 or 894. 

Jackson 
Eton College commendatory of, 
scholarship 166. 856, f. 17 b. 

Royal letter to 

(William). 

toa 

Jacmin (L J--), M.D., of Be,.lin. S. 
Vaillant animadversiones in .Methodum 
Tournefortianam 
catoe a 
Letters 
1734. 
4053 f. 314. 
Letter o ri'oto -H. Sloane, 1734. 
4068, f. 245. 

H. Sloane communi- 
3917. 
to Sir H. Sloane, 173"_ )- 
4052, ff. 64, 135, 182; 

Jacobe (Dr.-----), Profcssor of Aaatomy, 
and Secretar,! to the I:oyal Societq of 
Spain. Letters to Sir H. Sloane, 1736. 
Lat. 4054 ff. 246, 300. 
.... Letters to, ri-oto Sir tl. Sloan», 
1735» 1736. 406., ff: 275, 292. 

Jacobi (Johannes), M.D., of J[ontpellier. 
De regimine pestilentiæ, 15th cent. 312 
ff. 61 b-66. 

Jacobinus (Hortulimus). 
(Joannes de). 

v. Garlandia 

Jacobs (Pieter). Scheme of hisnativity, 
1630. 1459, f. 217. 

Jacobus Intercisus. Legeuda 
15th cent. 1936, ff. 121 b-124. 

de, 

Jacombe (Thomas), Rector of St. 
tin's, Ludgate I[ill, London. Notes of 
his sermon on the Prodigal Son, 1658. 
1479, f. 50 b. 

Jacques, Frère. v. l;eaulieu (Jacques de). 

Jacquier (Francis), [onk of IIoly Trinity 
Convënt, tome. Letter to Sir It. Sloane, 
1741. Lat. 4056, f. 351. 

Jacson. 
Jacson 
munes, 1607. 

v. Jackson ,l. Jacson (G--). 

(William). I.oci medicinoe com- 
t15. 

Joeger (Joannes), Ministcr in wd« S. 
J,«cobi tl«mburgensis. Programma in 
ejus fuuere, 1668. 2888, . 42-45. 

Jafar ibn M:uhammad (Ab Mashas) 
al-BalkhL Tractatus astrologie de 
l'ersica lingua in Latinum translatus, 
14th cent.  ' 
0983. 

De prognosticatione gravitatis et 
levitatis secundum, 15th cent. 702, 
f. 32 b. 

Jager (Ernst August), Apot/wcary fo Qu. 
C«roline. Power of attorney to, from 
Dr. J. G. Steigertahl, for receipt of divi- 
dends from the Bank of England, 1728. 
4066, f. 62. 

Jager (Herbert de), M.D., of B«tavia. 
List of Japanese books fo be obtained 
for, through H. van P, uitenhem, 17th 
cent. Duteh. 3064, f. 50. 

1690. 
£ 15. 

Letters 
Dutch. 

to E. Kœempfer, 1687, 
2910, ff. 171-173 ; 3064, 

Jaggard (? Isaac), Printer. Notice of 
his bliudness from pox, circ. 1605. 
5rjl. and Let. 640, ff. 192, 266 b. 
Jagger, l'tinter, v. Jaggard (? Isaac), 
l:rinter. 



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INDEX 

Jago (George), Divinity Lect«rer af Looe, 
co. Coruu'all afterw, tïcar of Harbertoe 
and lIalv'cll, co. Devon. Letters to J. 
Petiver, 1709-1715, and n. d. 4064, 
ff. 203, 205, 210, 231,246 ; 4065, ff. 5, 
6, 68, 76-82b, 85, 87, 95, 159, 171, 
200, 221 ; 4066, f. 390. 

Jahan (Piêrre), Asslst,,nt Surgeon fo 
Mons. Moizant, il[aster Surgeon of 
Châtelhé'rault. Commonplace-book, 17th 
cent. Ff. 3940. 

Jallabert (Jean), M.D., of Geneva. 
Letters to Sir H. Sloae, 1740-1742. 
Ff. 4056, ff. 163, 226 i 4057, f. 136. 
Letters to, fi'om Sir H. Sloane, 
1740, 1743. Ff. 4069, ff. 41, 85. 

Jamaica, 

[sle of. History of, by H. 
Barham, Sên., 1722. 3918.