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Thu Oct 16 17:57:58 2014 UTClccn-n906260800.00Contributions to the Eighth Volume of the Sussex Archaeological Collections ... Containing notices of the last of the Braose family; the family of Lord Hoo and Hastings; the town of Winchelsea in and after the fifteenth century; and of the family of Oxenbridge, of Forde Place, Brede, and Winchelsea. Few MS. notes0.750.93Trelawny papers /36072537William_Durrant_Coopern 906260802713537Cooper, W. DurrantCooper, W. Durrant 1812-1875Cooper, William D. 1812-1875Cooper, Wm. Durrant 1812-1875Durrant Cooper, William 1812-1875lccn-n85196910Savile, Henry1642-1687lccn-n50017879Halifax, George SavileMarquis of1633-1695lccn-sh85117753Saville familylccn-n78089001Udall, Nicholas1505-1556lccn-n50029852Dorset, Thomas SackvilleEarl of1536-1608lccn-sh2008008496Oxenbridge familylccn-n85277177Oxenbridge, John1609-1674lccn-n50072690Great BritainCourt of Common Pleaslccn-nb2010012123Warburton, PeterSir1540?-1621np-fenner, edward$1612Fenner, Edward-1612Cooper, William Durrant1812-1875HistoryGenealogyBiographySourcesRecords and correspondenceJuvenile worksFictionRegistersUdall, Nicholas,Great BritainAliensImmigrantsSaville familyHuguenotsEnglish drama--Early modern and ElizabethanDramaEngland--SussexEnglandDrama, MedievalEnglish dramaOxenbridge familyOxenbridge, John,MassachusettsMassachusetts--BostonClergyEngland--East SussexEnglish language--ProvincialismsEnglish language--DialectsTrelawny, Jonathan,--Sir,JudgesEngland--WinchelseaChildren's stories, FrenchConduct of lifeCooper, William Durrant,Lower, Mark Antony,AntiquitiesLawNovelists, EnglishSterne, Laurence,Halifax, George Savile,--Marquis of,Savile, Henry,Registers of births, etcArchaeologistsTaming of the shrew (Shakespeare, William)English poetry--Middle EnglishTravelPromptbooksHenry--VI,--King of England,King Richard III (Shakespeare, William)Mysteries and miracle-plays, EnglishCollier, John Payne,Emigration and immigrationMore, Thomas,--Saint,Shakespeare, William,18121875182818341836184218441847185018531854185618571858185918601862186718681869187718791884188519531960196319651966196819731974197719862001200520112012169366189822.2PR3176.U3ocn001011553ocn002327255ocn004606084ocn004160973ocn004156829ocn000231954ocn006000512ocn003048429ocn001034961ocn013219980ocn865932011ocn86652001934930ocn004075003book18620.70Cooper, William DurrantLists of foreign Protestants and aliens, resident in England 1618-1688. From returns in the state paper officeHistoryGenealogyRegistersSources28418ocn001011553book18580.77Savile, HenrySavile correspondence. Letters to and from Henry Savile, esq., envoy at Paris, and vice-chamberlain to Charles II and James II, including letters from his brother George, marquess of HalifaxSourcesRecords and correspondence24414ocn002327255book18470.70Udall, NicholasRalph Roister Doister13410ocn183095431file18600.88Cooper, William DurrantThe Oxenbridges of Brede Place, Sussex, and Boston, MassachusettsBiographyGenealogyJohn Oxenbridge was born in 1608 at Daventry, Northampton, England, and married three times (the third time probably in Barbados). He moved to Barbados in 1667 and immigrated to Boston in 1669. He died in 1673/741067ocn001465971book18580.92Walmesley, ThomasThe expenses of the judges of assize riding the Western and Oxford circuits : temp. Elizabeth, 1596-1601HistorySources10210ocn001440696book18530.93Cooper, William DurrantTrelawny papers10111ocn002621173book18360.82Cooper, William DurrantA glossary of the provincialisms in use in the county of SussexEnth. Verl.-Mitt753ocn008464934book18440.63Sterne, LaurenceSeven letters written by Sterne and his friends hitherto unpublishedRecords and correspondence534ocn004606084book18530.82Amyot, ThomasA supplement to Dodsley's Old playsSources415ocn004156829book18580.63Savile, HenrySavile correspondence : letters to and from Henry Savile, envoy at Paris and vice-chamberlain to Charles II and James II, including letters from his brother George, marquess of Halifax346ocn004759422book18500.70Cooper, William DurrantThe history of Winchelsea, one of the ancient towns added to the Cinque Ports231ocn007071654book18850.06BerquinThe looking-glass for the mind. A reprint of the edition of 1792, with the original illustrations by BewickJuvenile worksFictionThirty-six eighteenth-century stories in which virtue always triumphs over vice and hardship171ocn214298729book19740.82Horsfield, Thomas WalkerThe history, antiquities, and topography of the county of SussexHistory106ocn252018028book18580.47Savile, HenrySavile correspondence92ocn794820862file18600.88Cooper, William DurrantProofs of age of Sussex families, temp. Edw. II to Edw. IVGenealogy91ocn015663698book19860.47Cooper, William DurrantWinchelseaHistory61ocn227818338book19680.82Cooper, William DurrantLists of foreign protestants, and aliens, resident i n England, 1618-1688 : From returns in the State Paper OfficeRegisters41ocn023381597book18620.10Cooper, William DurrantNotices of Hastings and its municipal institutions42ocn858242802book1856Cooper, William DurrantContributions to the Eighth Volume of the Sussex Archaeological Collections ... Containing notices of the last of the Braose family; the family of Lord Hoo and Hastings; the town of Winchelsea in and after the fifteenth century; and of the family of Oxenbridge, of Forde Place, Brede, and Winchelsea. Few MS. notes41ocn034611205book18790.47Cooper, William DurrantOld Keston205ocn670413476file18770.82Campkin, HenryTwo Sussex archaeologists William Durrant Cooper and Mark Antony Lower11ocn230406086book1842Cooper, William DurrantAutograph letter signed from William Durrant Cooper to John Payne CollierWith (1), a copy of Cooper's pamphlet, Reasons for a new edition of the nursery rhymes of England, 1842, and a nursery verse in an unidentified handThu Oct 16 15:38:13 EDT 2014batch15366