Index locorum to the Irish patents and grants of King James I and Charles I : manuscript
- approximately 1788
Scope and Contents
Alphabetical index to the records of Irish patents and grants of James I and Charles I held by the office of the auditor general of Great Britain. Pasted to inside front cover is a printed broadside with title: Marks of abbreviation to be used in the transcription of antient documents, under the Irish Record Commission. Companion volume to Index locorum to the Irish patents and grants of Henry VIII, Edward VI, Mary I, and Elizabeth I (MS.1990.002, John J. Burns Library, Boston College), which includes a clipping from a printed auction sale catalog suggesting both volumes were comipled around 1788 by Henry Hardinge.
- Hardinge, Henry, 1754-1820 (Compiler, Person)
Restrictions on access
Open for research; also available digitally.
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Biographical / Historical
The compiler is likely Henry Hardinge (1754-1820), rector of Stanhope and father to Henry Hardinge, 1st Viscount Hardinge (1785-1856).
1 Volumes ; 38 x 26 cm
Language of Materials
Purchased from Emerald Isle Books in 1990.
Existence of Digital Copies
Available digitally. A link is included in the inventory.
Materials Specific Details
Inscribed on front flyleaf: William Lutton's book; ex lib Sir J.F. Hill; bookplate: William Lutton.
Bound in full green vellum. Hand-lettered title on front cover: King James 1st and Chas. the First.
In English; crusive script.
- Index locorum to the Irish Patents and Grants of King James I and Charles I: manuscript
- approximately 1788
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