2 edition of Acts of courts of the Mercers" Company, 1453-1527. found in the catalog.
Acts of courts of the Mercers" Company, 1453-1527.
Mercers" Company (London, England)
|Contributions||Lyell, Laetitia, 1912-|
|LC Classifications||HD6461 M4 A4 1936|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxiv, 816 p.|
|Number of Pages||816|
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ACTS OF COURT OF THE MERCERS' COMPANY - Introduction by Laetitia Lyell Assisted by Frank D. Watney. 1453-1527. book Cambridge University Press, London. First Edition pp Hardback. 1453-1527.
book copy is in remarkably well preserved condition having been shelved in a glass fronted book case out of direct sunlight and in a smoke free home since it was purchased.
First published inthis book contains an edition of the oldest extant manuscript in the series of records entitled Acts of Court of the Mercers' Company. The manuscript was compiled about the end of the first quarter of the sixteenth century and details the minutes of the meetings of the Mercers' Company as 1453-1527.
book as those of the Merchant Adventurers for the period to This book contains a compilation of the minutes of the meetings of the Mercers' Company and the Merchant Adventurers from The original language and spelling of Middle English have been preserved and the introduction provides important background information on these livery Acts of courts of the Mercers Company.
First published in 1453-1527. book, this book contains an edition of the oldest extant manuscript in the series of records entitled Acts of Court of the Mercers' Company.
The manuscript was compiled about the end of the first quarter of the sixteenth century and details the minutes of the meetings of the Mercers' Company as well as those of the Merchant Adventurers for the period to Pages: This book has been sold.
A First Edition of this reprint of the first volume of a series originally written at Mercers' Hall, London. It contains not only the minutes of the Mercers' Company, but also those of the Merchant Adventurers for the period Bound.
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View all items in Books. Acts of Court of the Mercers' Company,with and introduction by Lyell (Laetitia) assisted by Watney (Frank D.)Author: Jean de Sturler.
1453-1527. book Mercers: Acts of Court, Acts of Court of the Mercers’ Companyintroduced by Laetitia Lyell and Frank D. Watney (Cambridge, ). Transcription of the Acts of courts of the Mercers Company English text of the minutes of the Mercers’ Company, as well as those of the Merchant Adventurers up to First published inthis book contains an edition of the oldest extant manuscript in the series of records entitled Acts of Court of the Mercers' Company.
The manuscript was compiled about the end of the first quarter of the sixteenth century and details the minutes of the meetings of the Mercers' Company as well as those of the Merchant Adventurers for the period to /5(1).
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Laetitia Lyell and Frank D. Watney (Cambridge, ): Beaven: A. Beaven, The Aldermen of the City of London, Temp. Henry III–, 2 vols. (–13): B.L. British Library, Department of Manuscripts.
Lyell, L. (ed.) Acts of Court of the Mercers’ Company, –, Cambridge. Meale, C.M. ‘ The publication of romance in late Medieval England ’, The Library. Transactions of the Bibliographical Society, 6th ser., Cited by: Acts of Court of the Mercers Company,ed.
Laetitia Lyell, Frank D. Watney, (Cambridge, ). ISBN: ^ The Anglica Historia of Polydore Vergil A.D. ed. and trans. Hay, Camden Soc., 3rd ser., lxxiv (London, ). Some years before this, I picked up from our (then) local library By the Kilo sale Acts of Court of the Mercers' Company (). The Cinq Ports book had once been owned by a Lieutenant Commander William Swan (one presumes in the RN).
His bookplate reads "descendant of many of the SWANS herein before the accession of Henry VIII AD". Acts Acts of Court of the Mercers’ Company,Laetitia Lyell and Frank Watney eds. (Cambridge, ) Add. Additional Manuscript Beaven Alfred Beaven, The Aldermen of the City of London, Henry III–2 vols.
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Lyell and F.D. Watney. Commissary Court of London. Will of Thomas Goldhurst, St. Ant. Reg. 3 Fol. & "Thomas Goldhirst, skynner" was mentioned several times in the records of the Mercers' Company (Acts of Court of the Mercers' Company ) in and For example. Sutton, Anne and P.W. Hammond, The problems of dating and the dangers of redating: the Acts of Court of the Mercers Company of LondonJournal of.
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The Company of Merchant Adventurers of London was a trading company founded in the City of London in the early 15th century. It brought together leading merchants in a regulated company in the nature of a members' main business was exporting cloth, especially white (undyed) broadcloth, in return for a large range of foreign goods.
In the early seventeenth century, similar groups of. Geoffrey went to London, was apprenticed to a hatter, and became a freeman of the city through the Hatter’s Company in In he transferred to a grander livery company, the Mercers’ Company.
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