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Description: Letter to James Bertie, 1st Earl of Abingdon, concerning the imprisonment of ? Pawling.

Date: 25 July 1685

Held at: The British Library

Reference: Add. MS 21507, fols. 54-5

Description: Copy of a pass issued by Sir Henry Norris, as ambassador to France, for a servant of Mary, Queen of Scots, to bring furniture and other necessaries from the King of France to Mary, December 1570

Date: n.d.

Held at: The British Library

Reference: Add. MS 24459, fol. 175

Description:

Letter to James, Duke of York, from the Privy Council requesting that he disarm disaffected persons in his capacity as Lord Warden of the Cinque Ports. Montague Bertie, 2nd Earl of Lindsey, is among the signatories to the letter.

Date: 8 January 1661

Held at: The British Library

Reference: Add. MS 28103, fol. 45

Description:

Letter to Sir Christopher Hatton from Bridget, Lady Norris, seeking Hatton's favour to send her a buck of venison, her brother having given her licence to send to the forest.

Date: [c.1620]

Held at: The British Library

Reference: Add. MS 29549, fols. 27-8

Description: Roll for the royal procession through London the day before the coronation of Charles II. Montague Bertie, 2nd Earl of Lindsey, Lord Great Chamberlain, is among the signatories.

Date: 22 April 1661

Held at: The British Library

Reference: Add. MS 29774

Description:

Letter to John Wilkes from Willoughby Bertie, 4th Earl of Abingdon, mainly discussing Abingdon's proposed engagement.

Date: 28 June 1767

Held at: The British Library

Reference: Add. MS 30869, fol. 133

Description: Letter to John Wilkes from Willoughby Bertie, 4th Earl of Abingdon, inviting him to a dinner with Major Ridley.

Date: n.d.

Held at: The British Library

Reference: Add. MS 30875, fol. 1

Description: Letter to John Wilkes from Willoughby Bertie, 4th Earl of Abingdon, concerning Abingdon's offer to accompany Wilkes to Bowood.

Date: n.d.

Held at: The British Library

Reference: Add. MS 30875, fol. 2

Description: Letter to Robert Dudley, Earl of Leicester, from Sir Henry Norris concerning a German ambassador's reception at the French court and reporting rumours of plans to instigate a revolt in Ireland.

Date: 3 January 1571

Held at: The British Library

Reference: Add. MS 32091, fols. 236-7

Description: Letter to James Bertie, Lord Norris, from Edward Cooke concerning news of the Swedo-Danish war, Archbishop Sancroft's consecration dinner and proceedings in Parliament.

Date: [2-9?] January 1678

Held at: The British Library

Reference: Add. MS 33278, fol. 52

Description: Letter to [James Bertie, 1st Earl of Abingdon], from [Thomas Osborne, Earl of Danby] requesting that [Abingdon] use his influence with [Sir Richard?] Holloway in his behalf.

Date: 11 January 1684

Held at: The British Library

Reference: Add. MS 34079, fols. 44-5

Description: Letters to Mary I and her Privy Council from Sir Henry Bedingfield concerning Princess Elizabeth's entertainment at Rycote during her journey to Woodstock.

Date: 22-23 May 1554

Held at: The British Library

Reference: Add. MS 34563, fols. 12-14

Description: Pencil drawing of south-east view of Rycote Chapel by ? Buckler

Date: August 1822

Held at: The British Library

Reference: Add. MS 36377, fol. 23

Description: Pencil drawing of Rycote Chapel font by ? Buckler.

Date: August 1822

Held at: The British Library

Reference: Add. MS 36377, fol. 24

Description:

Postcard of interior of Rycote Chapel published by H. Manistre, Thame.

Date: [c.1905]

Held at: The British Library

Reference: Add. MS 37506, fol. 229

Description: Letter to James Bertie, 1st Earl of Abingdon, from Edmond Warcupp reporting on the health of the Earl's wife Eleonora, Countess of Abingdon, and that she has been informed of the Duke of Monmouth's defeat.

Date: 7 July 1685

Held at: The British Library

Reference: Add. MS 38012, fols. 29-30

Description: Letter from Richard Gough to Sir Henry Ellis enclosing a pedigree of the Norris barony and earldom of Abingdon up to Willoughby Bertie, 4th Earl of Abingdon.

Date: 5 May 1797

Held at: The British Library

Reference: Add. MS 38626, fols. 48-9

Description: Letter to James Bertie, Lord Norris, from Thomas Osborne, Earl of Danby, concerning Danby's petition to the House of Lords.

Date: 18 March 1681

Held at: The British Library

Reference: Add. MS 38849, fols. 169-70

Description: Letter to James Bertie, Lord Norris, from Thomas Osborne, Earl of Danby, concerning Danby's son Viscount Dunblane.

Date: 9 February 1683

Held at: The British Library

Reference: Add. MS 38849, fols. 186-7

Description: Letter to [James Bertie, 1st Earl of Abingdon?] from Thomas Osborne, Marquess of Carmarthen, concerning the Oxfordshire militia.

Date: 21 July 1690

Held at: The British Library

Reference: Add. MS 38849, fols. 194-5

Description: Engraving of Rycote Park by Conrad Martin Metz and James Heath.

Date: 1783

Held at: The British Library

Reference: Add. MS 39992, fol. 315

Description:

Order of the Privy Council to the Lords Lieutenant for the raising of the horse militia. James Bertie, 1st Earl of Abingdon, is included as Lord Lieutenant of Oxfordshire.

Date: 2 July 1690

Held at: The British Library

Reference: Add. MS 40166, fol. 66

Description: Copy of a letter from Sir Henry Norris to Elizabeth I.

Date: 13 April 1570

Held at: The British Library

Reference: Add. MS 4205, fols. 51-5

Description:

Copy of a letter of condolence from Elizabeth I to Margey, Lady Norris, upon the death of her son Sir John Norris, 22 September 1597

Date: n.d.

Held at: The British Library

Reference: Add. MS 44848, fols. 21b-22

Description: Printed copy of a bill introduced to the House of Lords by Willoughby Bertie, 4th Earl of Abingdon, affirming Parliament's right to regulate the foreign trade of Britain and her dominions.

Date: 1782

Held at: The British Library

Reference: Add. MS 47582, fol. 117

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