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Remarks and Collections of Thomas Hearne vol. VII
January 1, 1906
by Oxford Historical Society
Written in English
Oxford Historical Society First Series
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|Number of Pages||4286|
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Thomas Hearne or Hearn (July – 10 June ) was an English diarist and prolific antiquary, particularly remembered for his published editions of many medieval English chronicles and other important historical texts.
Hearne was born at Littlefield Green in the parish of White Waltham, Berkshire, the son of George Hearn, the parish clerk. Remarks and Collections of Thomas Hearne, Volume 7 by Thomas Hearne,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. This banner text can have markup.
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(ed.): Register of the University of Oxford, Vol. II (–): Part I, Introductions. The Oxford Historical Society has undertaken a practically complete edition, entitled Remarks and Collections of Thomas Hearne; the eight volumes already published (–), under the editorship of Doble, C.
E., Rannie, D. W., and others, cover the period – Oxford Historical Society ed., Remarks and collections of Thomas Hearne. Vol. Remarks and collections of Thomas Hearne. Vol. VII: May 9, Magrath, J.R. ed., Liber obituarius aulae reginae in Oxonia. The obituary book of Queen’s college, Oxford Historical Society.
The Online Books Page. Online Books by. Thomas Hearne (Hearne, Thomas, ) A Wikipedia article about this author is available. Hearne, Thomas,contrib.: Letters Written by Eminent Persons in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries; To Which are Added, Hearne's Journeys to Reading, and to Whaddon Hall, the Seat of Browne Willis, Esq.; and.
Thomas Hearne 0 followers Having received his early education from his father, George Hearn, the parish clerk, he showed such taste for study that a wealthy neighbour, Francis Cherry of Shottesbrooke (c. ), a celebrated non-juror, interested himself in the boy, and sent him to the school at Bray "on purpose to learn the Latin tongue."5/5.
The manuscript corresponds to Hearnes entry in his diary for 15 Oct. Remarks and Collections of Thomas Hearne vi (Oxford Historical Society, vol. xliii, ), Consultation of it leads to appreciation of Hearne s orthographical exactitude as a transcriber, if also to regret at his neglect of codicological description.
The one Humfrey manuscript which Hearne certainly studied in detail now has the shelfmark Oxford: Bodleian, MS. Duke Humfrey d.
It is a manuscript of the eight-book tradition of Pliny the Younger’s Epistolae which Hearne cited as ‘Bod. 1’ in his edition of C. Plinii Caecilii Secundi Epistolae (Oxford, ).
He does not mention the presence of Humfrey’s ex libris in that Author: David Rundle. First published Ascription regarded as apocryphal even at time: Hearne remarked tersely, ‘I do not look upon this Thing as Sir Walter Raleigh's.’ See The Remarks and Collections of Thomas Hearne (11 vols., Oxford, ), x, Constantine Phipps was buried in at the church.
The marble Constantine Phipps monument is located on the north wall, under the tower. It is said that Prince Arthur, the son of Henry VII, lived in an earlier manor house, surrounded by a moat, at White Waltham.
Some of the countryside, from White Waltham to London, can be seen in this video. Remarks and Collections of Thomas Hearne, vol xi, printed for the Oxford Historical Society at the Clarendon Press, Oxford Svoboda, A Illustrierte Musikgeschichte, Band ii, Carl Grüninger, StuttgartAuthor: William Hart.
82 St Aldates, Oxford, OX1 1RA United Kingdom tel:+44 (0) fax: +44 (0) Thomas Hearne, (born JulyLittlefield Green, White Waltham, Berkshire, Eng.—died JOxford, Oxfordshire), English historian and antiquarian whose editions of English medieval chronicles were important sources for subsequent historians.
Educated at St. Edmund Hall, Oxford, Hearne acted as assistant librarian of Oxford’s Bodleian Library between .Poetical Works of Pope, Vol.
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