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Shelfmark: MS. Wood's diaries 31, fol. 24

Description: Entry from the diary of Anthony Wood recording James Bertie, 1st Earl of Abingdon's election as High Steward of Oxford.

Date: 2 May 1687

Shelfmark: MS. Wood's diaries 31, fol. 39

Description: Entry from the diary of Anthony Wood noting that James Bertie, 1st Earl of Abingdon, was received into Oxford as High Steward.

Date: 16 September 1687

Shelfmark: MS. Wood's diaries 32, fols. 49v-50

Description: Entry from the diary of Anthony Wood recording that Montagu Bertie, Lord Norris, invited gentleman to the Cross Inn as a "noble treat" in support of his uncle Henry Bertie's candidature for one of the Oxford parliamentary seats.

Date: 20 September 1688

Shelfmark: MS. Wood's diaries 32, fol. 58

Description: Entry from the diary of Anthony Wood recording that James Bertie, 1st Earl of Abingdon, was returned as High Steward of Oxford.

Date: 2 November 1688

Shelfmark: MS. Wood's diaries 32, fols. 61-3

Description:

Entry from the diary of Anthony Wood describing the defections of James Bertie, 1st Earl of Abingdon, and his brother Henry Bertie to William, Prince of Orange

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Date: 11-23 November 1688

Shelfmark: MS. Wood's diaries 32, fol. 65

Description: Entry from the diary of Anthony Wood: "Thorp at the Miter secured for saying that he wished he could wash his hands in the blood" of James Bertie, 1st Earl of Abingdon.

Date: 7 December 1688

Shelfmark: MS. Wood's diaries 34, fol. 16

Description: Entry from the diary of Anthony Wood recording that Henry Bertie, brother of James Bertie, 1st Earl of Abingdon, and Sir Edward Norris of Weston on the Green were elected MPs for Oxford.

Date: 19 February 1690

Shelfmark: MS. Wood's diaries 34, fol. 19

Description: Entry from the diary of Anthony Wood noting that Montagu Bertie, Lord Norris, and Sir Robert Jenkinson were elected MPs for Oxfordshire.

Date: 10 March 1690

Shelfmark: MS. Wood's diaries 37, fol. 59v

Description: Entry from the diary of Anthony Wood recording that James Bertie, 1st Earl of Abingdon, was appointed justice in the eyre following the death of Lord Lovelace.

Date: 16 November 1693

Shelfmark: MS. Wood's diaries 38, fol. 38

Description: Entry from the diary of Anthony Wood noting that James Bertie, 1st Earl of Abingdon, was endeavouring to make Samuel Thurston Oxford town clerk and that the House of Commons was enraged and called Abingdon and his sons Jacobites.

Date: 24 July 1694

Shelfmark: MS. Wood's diaries 39, fol. 47

Description:

Entry from the diary of Anthony Wood recording that Montagu Bertie, Lord Norris, was elected a knight of the shire.

Date: 6 November 1695

Shelfmark: Thorold Rogers box 1, item 3

Description: Letter from Montagu Bertie, 6th Earl of Abingdon, to James Thorold Rogers concerning the Oxfordshire parliamentary elections.

Date: 19 June 1868

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Shelfmark: Oxford University Archives - Convocation Register K, fol. 36

Description:

Copy of a letter from Sir Thomas Bodley announcing his gift to the Bodleian Library of Hindon's Farm in Cookham with other lands in Maidenhead, Berkshire, purchased from Francis, 2nd Baron Norris of Rycote.

Date: 31 May 1609

Shelfmark: Oxford University Archives - NEP/Supra/Reg. K, fol. 52

Description:

Gift by Francis, 2nd Baron Norris of Rycote, to the Bodleian Library of twenty oaks from Shotover forest for the construction of Arts End.

Date: May 1610

Shelfmark: MSS. Top. Oxon. b. 178-83

Description:

Account books of Peter Egerton, agent for Willoughby Bertie, 3rd Earl of Abingdon's estates in Dorchester, Beckley with Horton, Chesterton, Wendlebury, Godstow, Rycote, Albury and Thame Oxfordshire; Long Crendon, Buckinghamshire; and Aldworth, Grazeley, Frilsham, Eling in Hampstead Norris, Wytham, South Hinksey and Cumnor, Berkshire.

Date: 1753-1760

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