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Thu Oct 16 17:55:38 2014 UTClccn-n850297890.00The Earl of Bedford's notes of the Short Parliament of 16400.801.00VVhite-hall. A poem. VVritten 1642. : With elegies on the Right Honourable Francis Earl of Bedford. And Henry Earle of Manchester, Lord Privy Seale: both deceased during this present session of Parliament. With an anniversarie on the timelesse death of Mrs. Anne Kirk, wife to the truly noble Geo. Kirk, Gentleman of the Robes and of his Majesties Bed Chamber, drowned unfortunately passing London Bridge, Iuly. 6. 1641. The author Hen. 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Kirk, Gentleman of the Robes and of His Majesties Bed chamber, drowned unfortunately passing London Bridge, Iuly. 16411446ocn012736421book16410.86Cademan, ThomasThe Earle of Bedfords passage to the highest court of Parliament May the ninth, 1641 about tenne a clocke in the morningSources813ocn606653821file16430.66Glapthorne, HenryWhite-hall. A poem. VVritten 1642. With elegies on the Right Honourable Francis Earl of Bedford. And Henry Earle of Manchester, Lord Privy Seale: both deceased during this present session of Parliament. With an anniversarie on the timelesse death of Mrs. Anne Kirk, wife to the truly noble Geo. Kirk, Gentleman of the Robes and of his Majesties Bed Chamber, drowned unfortunately passing London Bridge, Iuly. 6. 1641.151ocn839389654file16430.35Glapthorne, HenryWhite-hall, a poem vvritten 1642 : with elegies on the Right Honourable Francis Earl of Bedford, and Henry Earle of Manchester, Lord Privy Seale22ocn078266818book16431.00Glapthorne, HenryVVhite-hall. A poem. VVritten 1642. : With elegies on the Right Honourable Francis Earl of Bedford. And Henry Earle of Manchester, Lord Privy Seale: both deceased during this present session of Parliament. With an anniversarie on the timelesse death of Mrs. Anne Kirk, wife to the truly noble Geo. Kirk, Gentleman of the Robes and of his Majesties Bed Chamber, drowned unfortunately passing London Bridge, Iuly. 6. 1641. The author Hen. Glapthorne11ocn122499653mixHastings familyHastings family papers : Legal papersHistoryTrials, litigation, etcSources11ocn830006547visu1833Cochran, JohnFrancis Russell, Earl of Bedford, ob. 1641 : from the original of Vandyke, in the collection of His Grace the Duke of BedfordPortraitsThree-quarters length portrait, standing11ocn779593877visu1825Princes and other statesmen: twenty portraits. Engraving by J.W. Cook, 182511ocn830006715visuBenoist, Guillaume PhilippeFrancis Earl of BedfordPortraitsHead and shoulders portrait, facing front11ocn272546979book20020.47Duggan, DianneThe architectural patronage of the 4th Earl of Bedford, 1587-1641History11ocn702173086mix16211.00To his sacred maiestie : the humble petition of his nobilitie of EnglandManuscript on paper in a formal secretary hand of a petition to James I, signed by 33 members of the English peerage, protesting the king's generous creation of new Scottish and Irish peers. The signatories state that they are acting "to challenge & preserve our birthrightes" against the new peers and that they "wish to give them not the respect nor place as to noblemen strangers."11ocn050279534art1980Cope, Esther SThe Earl of Bedford's notes of the Short Parliament of 164011ocn270839720visu17950.10The Bedford levelCaricatures and cartoonsThu Oct 16 15:29:41 EDT 2014batch12487