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Institute of Historical Research

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Joyce M. Horn & David M. Smith

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1975

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'Abbreviations', Fasti Ecclesiae Anglicanae 1541-1857: volume 4: York diocese (1975), pp. XVI. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=34534 Date accessed: 18 September 2014.


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abp. archbishop
admon. administration
archdcn. archdeacon archdcnry archdeaconry
B.C.L. bachelor of civil law (Oxon.)
B.Cn.L. bachelor of canon law (until 1535)
B.D. bachelor of divinity
bp. bishop
Brit. Libr. British Library
c. clause
c. circa
cath. cathedral
ch. church
chap. chapel
coll. collated, collation
comp. compiled by
conf. confirmation, confirmed
cons. consecrated, consecration
d. death, die, died
D.C.L. doctor of civil law (Oxon.)
D.M. doctor of medicine (Oxon.)
depriv. deprivation, deprived
ed. edited by, edition
el. elect, elected, election
enthr. enthroned, enthronement
exch. exchange, exchanged
ex inf. ex informatione, information supplied by
f. folio
gr. grant, granted
hist. historical, history
instal. installation, installed
instit. admitted and instituted
Lamb. Lambeth Palace Library
libr. library
lic. licence
LL.B. bachelor of civil law (Cantab.)
LL.D. doctor of civil law (Cantab.)
M. magister, master
M.A. master of arts
M.D. doctor of medicine (Cantab.)
m.i. memorial inscription
mand. mandate
MS. manuscript
n.d. no date
occ. occur, occurrence, occurs
P.R.O. Public Record Office, London
PR parish register
preb. prebend, prebendary
pres. presentation, presented
PRT parish register transcript
pubd. published
reg. register
res. resign, resignation, resigned
s.d. same day
soc. society
stat. statute
temps. temporalities
trans. translated, translation
vac. vacant


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