Modern document locations

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Institute of Historical Research

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Historical Manuscripts Commission

Year published

1892

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'Modern document locations', The Manuscripts of Rye and Hereford Corporations, etc.: Thirteenth report, Appendix Part IV (1892). URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=86549 Date accessed: 26 July 2014.


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Modern document locations

The corporation of Rye

Now in the care of the East Sussex Record Office.

The corporation of Hereford

Now in the care of the Herefords and Worcs Record Office, with the exception of the charters, which remain with the City.

The Revd. W.D. Macray

Of the five items listed, four were sold and could not be traced (1982). Item number 4 now forms National Library of Scotland, MS 3545.

John Dovaston, Esq.

The volume described now forms British Library MS Egerton 2882-83.

Capt. F.C. Loder-Symonds

These now rest in several locations:
– the bulk of the muniments now rest in the Brotherton Library, University of Leeds;
– some of the miscellaneous petitions were among further Symington Papers acquired by the Leeds Archives Department between 1962 and 1982;
– Col. Henry Marten's draft pamphlets were privately sold c.1933;
– John Donne's letter and Henry Marten's notes now rest in the Houghton Library, Harvard University (fMS Eng 930).

Edmond R. Wodehouse, M.P.

These muniments now form British Library Add. MSS 39218-52 and Add. Ch. 59797-61129.

Further information may be found on ARCHON, at www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/archon/.