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Fri Mar 21 17:12:27 2014 UTClccn-n500032070.47The true coppy of a letter sent from Thomas, Earle of Arundell, Lord Marshall, from Middleborough in Zealand, to Mr. Pym : And read before the committee the 18. of September, 1641. Whereunto is added the coppy of another letter sent to Mr. Pym also from the committee in Scotland, Sep. 13. 1641. With the names of the committees that sat there for that day0.791.00Codice Arundel /41868983Thomas_Howard,_21st_Earl_of_Arundeln 5000320738827Arundel, Thomas Howard, 2nd Earl ofArundel, Thomas Howard, Earl ofArundel, Thomas Howard, II., hrabě, 1585-1646Arundel, Thomas of 1585-1646Howard, ThomasHoward, Thomas, 1585-1646Howard, Thomas, 2nd Earl of Arundel, 1585-1646Howard, Thomas, 2nd earl of Arundel, ca. 1584-1646Howard, Thomas, Earl of Arundel and Surrey, 1585-1646Howard, Thomas, Lord, 1585-1646Norfolk, Thomas HowardNorfolk, Thomas Howard, Earl of, 1585-1646Norfolk, Thomas Howard of 1585-1646Surrey, Thomas HowardSurrey, Thomas Howard, Earl of, 1585-1646Surrey, Thomas Howard, II., hrabě, 1585-1646Surrey, Thomas Howard of 1585-1646ThomasThomas, Earl of Arundel, 1585-1646Thomas, Earl of Arundel and Surrey, 1585-1646Thomas, Earl of Surrey, 1585-1646Thomas Howard, 14th Earl of ArundelThomas Howard, 14th Earl of Arundel and SurreyThomas Howard, 2nd Earl of ArundelThomas Howard, 2nd Earl of Arundel and SurreyThomas Howard ArundelThomas Howard Arundel Earl of<<z >>Arundelu a Surrey, Thomas Howard, II., hrabě, 1585-1646<<ze >>Surrey a Arundelu, Thomas Howard, II., hrabě, 1585-1646lccn-n84181165Howarth, David1950-nc-j paul getty museumJ. Paul Getty Museumlccn-n50005935Selden, John1584-1654edtlccn-n50070302Van Dyck, Anthony1599-1641lccn-n50017884White, Christopher1930-lccn-nr93026340Crowne, Williamlccn-n81139884Ashmolean Museumlccn-n84177021Lydiat, Thomas1572-1646lccn-nr89005614Hervey, Mary F. S.(Mary Frederica Sophia)1853-1920lccn-n82040026Prideaux, Humphrey1648-1724Arundel, Thomas HowardEarl of1585-1646HistoryCatalogsBiographyExhibition catalogsRecords and correspondenceNotebooks, sketchbooks, etcDesigns and plansArundel, Thomas Howard,--Earl of,Great BritainArt patronageEnglandArt--Private collectionsTravelJ. Paul Getty MuseumVan Dyck, Anthony,Inscriptions, GreekArt objects--Private collectionsPainting--Private collectionsInscriptions, LatinSculpture, GreekEuropeMarble sculpture, ClassicalIntellectual lifeFriendshipLibrariesNorfolk, Henry Howard,--Duke of,Devotional literatureMeditationsManuscriptsPrayersRoyal Society (Great Britain).--LibraryGermanyMarie de Médicis,--Queen, consort of Henry IV, King of France,Booksellers' catalogsMilitary lawGems--Collectors and collectingMarlborough, George Spencer,--Duke of,Gems--Private collectionsBeazley ArchiveGems, Classical--Collectors and collectingArt, EuropeanItalyRijksarchief UtrechtEvelyn, John,Hollar, Wenceslaus,International relationsSculpture, ClassicalPolitical scienceEngland--LondonLeonardo,--da Vinci,EngineeringHydraulicsBritish LibraryOpticsGeometryMechanicsArchitecture, Renaissance1585164616221625162816291632163616371639164016411646166216761681170517201732174417621768178617921808182918341840184118671921194819501952196319691971197519781979198419851986198719952002200620093263119208923.242DA396.A8ocn0805883831999ocn012249991book16760.88Prideaux, HumphreyMarmora Oxoniensia ex Arundellianis, Seldenianis, aliisque conflata1286ocn012863337book16410.93Arundel, Thomas HowardThe trve coppy of a letter sent from Thomas, Earle of Arundell, Lord Marshall from Middleborough in Zealand to Mr. Pym and read before the committee the 18 of September, 1641 : whereunto is added the coppy of another letter sent to Mr. Pym also from the committee in Scotland, Sep. 13, 1641 : with the names of the committees that sat there for that dayHistory1226ocn011844916book16810.92Norfolk, Henry HowardBibliotheca Norfolciana, sive, Catalogus libb. manuscriptorum & impressorum in omni arte & lingua1188ocn004605082book18400.90British MuseumCatalogue of manuscripts in the British museum. New Series. Volume 1Catalogs1103ocn016318327book16620.93Arundel, Thomas HowardThe confession and conversion of the chiefest and greatest of sinners, with his frequent communion with God, in Christ, by the spirit, or, A garden of spiritual fruits and flowers836ocn606481781file16390.79England and WalesLawes and ordinances of vvarre, for the better government of His Maiesties Army Royall, in the present expedition for the northern parts, and safety of the kingdome Under the conduct of his Excellence, the Right Honourable Thomas Earl of Arundel and Surrey, Earl Marshall of England, &c. and Generall of His Majesties forces161ocn837991791com16410.47Arundel, Thomas HowardThe true coppy of a letter sent from Thomas, Earle of Arundell, Lord Marshall, from Middleborough in Zealand, to Mr. Pym : And read before the committee the 18. of September, 1641. Whereunto is added the coppy of another letter sent to Mr. Pym also from the committee in Scotland, Sep. 13. 1641. With the names of the committees that sat there for that day151ocn837263071file16390.47Lawes and ordinances of vvarre, for the better government of His Maiesties Army Royall, in the present expedition for the northern parts, and safety of the kingdome : Under the conduct of his Excellence, the Right Honourable Thomas Earl of Arundel and Surrey, Earl Marshall of England, &c. and Generall of His Majesties forces151ocn839259287file16620.66Arundel, Thomas HowardThe confession and conversion of the chiefest and greatest of sinners, with his frequent communion with God, in Christ, by the spirit, or, A garden of spiritual fruits and flowers151ocn838003602file16410.47Arundel, Thomas HowardThe trve coppy of a letter sent from Thomas, Earle of Arundell, Lord Marshall from Middleborough in Zealand to Mr. Pym : and read before the committee the 18 of September, 1641History101ocn019412105book19870.88Arundel, Thomas HowardRemembrances of things worth seeing in Italy : given to John Evelyn84ocn065489012book19210.73Hervey, Mary F. SThe life, correspondence & collections of Thomas Howard, earl of ArundelHistoryBiographyRecords and correspondence71ocn079414359book18340.47British MuseumCatalogue of manuscripts in the British museum : New SeriesCatalogs71ocn739102602book1.00LeonardoCodice ArundelDesigns and plansNotebooks, sketchbooks, etc51ocn044064778book14820.97MartialDomitii Calderini Veronensis Commentarii In .M. Valerium Martialem Ad Clarissimum Virum Laurentium Medicem Florentinum Petri Medicis .F51ocn493394677book16290.47Selden, JohnMarmora arundelliana; sive saxa græcè incisa ex venerandis priscae orientis gloriae ruberibus auspiciis... Thomae comitis Arundelliae et Surriae,... pridem vindicata, et in aedibus ejus hortisque... ad Thamesis ripam disposita. Accedunt inscriptiones aliquot veteris Latii... Publicavit et commentariolos adjecit Joannes Seldenus41ocn029102596book16290.97Marmora arvndelliana : siue Saxa graece incisa, ex benerandis priscae orientis gloriae ruderibus, auspicijs & impensis : Thomae comitis Arundelliae & Surriae : pridem vindicata & in aedibus eius hortisque cognominibus, ad Thamesis ripan, disposita : accedunt inscriptiones aliquot veteris Latij, ex locupletissimo eiusdem vetustatis thesauro selectae, auctariorlum item aliundè sumtum41ocn832577552book19850.86Ashmolean MuseumThomas Howard, Earl of Arundel : patronage and collecting in the seventeenth century : the Ashmolean Museum, November 1985-January 1986HistoryCatalogsExhibition catalogs42ocn080653410book18400.47The Arundel cabinet of gemsCatalogs31ocn671312014com0.81Arundel, Thomas HowardThe trve coppy of a letter sent from Thomas, Earle of Arundell, Lord Marshall from Middleborough in Zealand to Mr. Pym and read before the committee the 18 of September, 1641 : whereunto is added the coppy of another letter sent to Mr. Pym also from the committee in Scotland, Sep. 13, 1641 : with the names of the committees that sat there for that dayhttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/t/text/accesspolicy.html4463ocn011971351book19850.70Howarth, DavidLord Arundel and his circleHistory+-+64198555853243162ocn031519663book19950.73White, ChristopherAnthony van Dyck : Thomas Howard, the Earl of ArundelCriticism, interpretation, etcPortraits+-+37981874352129ocn004532524book19210.73Hervey, Mary F. SThe life, correspondence & collections of Thomas Howard, earl of ArundelHistoryBiographyRecords and correspondence1616ocn003053154book16370.76Crowne, WilliamTravels of Thomas Lord Howard1312ocn049679546book20020.92Gilman, Ernest BRecollecting the Arundel Circle : discovering the past, recovering the futureHistoryStarting with Van Dyck's "Madagascar" portrait of the Earl and the Countess of Arundel, this book explores the connection between Arundel's authority as an antiquarian and his ambition to found a brave new world in the Indian Ocean. Directly and indirectly, the other members of Arundel's circle are shown to collaborate in the broader cultural task of joining a proprietary claim to reviving the classical past with the authority to create new domains, both geographical and intellectual."--BOOK JACKET+-+92961957351282ocn002931298book19750.79Haynes, Denys Eyre LankesterThe Arundel marblesExhibition catalogs1262ocn061218250book20060.88Vickers, Michael JThe Arundel and Pomfret marbles in OxfordThe largest surviving portion of the first major collection of Classic antiquities in Britain - the sculpture and inscriptions collected by Thomas Howard, Earl of Arundel for his London house and garden - is in the Antiquities Department of the Ashmolean Museum. This book tracks their eventful history+-+92579990361014ocn014916005book19850.86Ashmolean MuseumThomas Howard, Earl of Arundel : patronage and collecting in the seventeenth century : the Ashmolean Museum, November 1985-January 1986HistoryCatalogsExhibition catalogs932ocn000434240book19630.88Springell, Francis CConnoisseur & diplomat925ocn606510085file16370.70Crowne, WilliamA true relation of all the remarkable places and passages observed in the travels of the right honourable Thomas Lord Hovvard, Earle of Arundell and Surrey, Primer Earle, and Earle Marshall of England, ambassadour extraordinary to his sacred Majesty Ferdinando the second, emperour of Germanie, anno Domini 1636. By Wiliam Crowne Gentleman893ocn745294682com17050.70Walker, EdwardHistorical discourses, upon several occasions viz. I. The happy progress and success of the arms of K. Charles I. of ever blessed Memory, from the 30[r]th[/r] of March, to the 23[r]d[/r] of November, 1644. Written by His Majesty's especial Command, and corrected, almost in every Page, with His own Hand. II. Memorials of His said Majesty's unfortunate Success in the Year following. III. A Journal of several Actions performed in the Kingdom of Scotland, after King Charles the Second's Arrival there in 1650. IV. The Life and Actions of Thomas Howard, Earl of Arundel and Surrey, Earl-Marshal of England. V.A full Answer to a Book entituled, Monarchy, or no Monarchy; being a confused Mixture of false, traiterous and contradictory Observations concerning King Charles I. Publish'd by William Lilly in July 1651. VI. Observations upon the Inconveniencies that have attended the frequent Promotions to Titles of Honour and Dignity, since King James I. came to the Crown of England. Vii. Observations on the Annals of the Reign of King Charles the First, Publish'd by Hamond L'estrange, Esq; Viii. A short Review of the Life and Actions of King-Charles I. By Sir Edward Walker, Knight, Garter, Principal King of Arms, Secretary of War to His Majesty King Charles I. and Clerk of the Council to King Charles II. Together with perfect copies of all the votes, Letters, Proposals, and Answers relating unto, and that passed in, the Treaty held at Newport, in the Isle of Wight, in the Months of September, October, and November, 1648. Between His Majesty King Charles the First, and a Committee of the Lords and Commons of Parliament. Entred by His Majesty's especial Command. By the same Sir Edward Walker, who was the Chief Clerk employed by His Majesty during that TreatyHistory827ocn606547120file16280.59Selden, JohnMarmora Arundelliana; siue Saxa Græcè incisa ex venerandis priscæ Orientis gloriæ ruderibus, auspicijs & impensis herois illustriss. Thomæ Comitis Arundelliæ & Surriæ, Comitis Marescalli Angliæ, pridèm vindicata & in ædibus eius hortisque cognominibus, ad Thamesis ripam, disposita. Accedunt inscriptiones aliquot veteris Latij, ex locupletissimo eiusdem vetustatis thesauro selectæ, auctariolum item aliundè sumtum. Publicauit & commentariolos adiecit Ioannes Seldenus I.C763ocn319209481book20090.81Boardman, JohnThe Marlborough gems : formerly at Blenheim Palace, OxfordshireHistoryCatalogs+-+9602874465573ocn017749063book17050.93Walker, EdwardHistorical discourses, upon several occasions: viz. I. The happy progress and success of the arms of K. Charles I. ... from the 30th of March, to the 23d of November, 1644 ... II. Memorials of His said Majesty's unfortunate success in the year following. III. A journal of several actions performed in the kingdom of Scotland, after King Charles the Second's arrival there in 1650. IV. The life and actions of Thomas Howard, earl of Arundel and Surrey, earl-marshal of England. V.A full answer to a book entituled, Monarchy, or no monarchy; being a confused mixture of false, traiterous and contradictory observations concerning King Charles I. publish'd by William Lilly in July 1951. VI. Observations upon the inconveniencies that have attended the frequent promotions to titles of honour and dignity, since King James I. came to the crown of England. VII. Observations on the annals of the reign of King Charles the First, published by Hamond L'Estrange, esq: VIII. A short review of the life and actions of King Charles IHistory381ocn034861403book19950.66Jaffé, DavidThe Earl and Countess of Arundel : Renaissance collectors ; an exhibition at the J. Paul Getty Museum, Malibu, 2 May-1 October 1995Exhibition catalogs+-+7663577045324321ocn029995515book19710.50Weijtens, F.H.CDe Arundel-Collectie. Commencement de la fin Amersfoort 1655281ocn020466784book19870.90Arundel, Thomas HowardRemembrances of things worth seeing in Italy given to John Evelyn 25 April 1646History251ocn027400716book19630.53Springell, Francis CConnoisseur and diplomat : the Earl of Arundel's embassy to Germany in 1636 as recounted in William Crowne's Diary, the Earl's letters and other contemporary sources with a catalogue of the topographical drawings made on the journey by Wenceslaus Hollar232ocn004017636book17320.73Maittaire, MichaelMarmorum Arundellianorum, Seldenianorum, aliorumque, academiæ Oxoniensi donatorum ; cum variis commentariis & indice, secunda editioCatalogs113ocn065776561book16280.73Selden, JohnMarmora Arundelliana;, siue, Saxa Græcè incisa : ex venerandis priscæ Orientis gloriæ ruderibus, auspicijs & impensis herois illustriss. Thomæ Comitis Arundelliæ & Surriæ, Comitis Marescalli Angliæ, pridèm vindicata & in ædibus eius hortisque cognominibus, ad Thamesis ripam, disposita. Accedunt inscriptiones aliquot veteris Latij, ex locupletissimo eiusdem vetustatis thesauro selectæ, auctariolum item aliundè sumtum.+-+6419855585324Fri Mar 21 15:44:11 EDT 2014batch28873