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TitleParliamentary diary of George Strode, MP for Wareham, Dorset, Feb.-Apr. 1593
ShelfmarkMS. Dep. e. 468
Creation Date1593 -
RepositoryBodleian Library
Contents NoteStrode has entitled this diary, "'Certaine breife thinges wch I observed at the Parlam[en]t, when I was a Burgise for warum in Dors[e]t wch begann the 19 day of February... 1592 [O.S.] and ended the 10th of Aprill then next followinge". The volume includes a sermon (f. 44r-v) and notes on a sermon (ff. 41r-43v), the latter preached by (Stephen?) Egerton. Other items in the volume include an Strode's notes for speeches against a recusancy bill (ff. 13v-15v, 16v-19), an account of parliamentary procedue (ff. 20v-30r), and an account of Queen Elizabeth's dissolution of Parliament (ff. 30r-36r).
Material Features46 leaves. Bound in stiff vellum wrappers.
Associated Peoplemanuscript owner - Strode, George
AcquisitionThis volume was deposited by Ionë and Bernard A.B. Burrows in1931 along with Dep. c. 9-11, MSS. D. D. Brocas a. 1, c. 1-2. It was removed from Dep. c. 11.
Source of DataJeanne Shami; Bodleian Library online Catalogue of "manuscripts acquired singly: diaries and journals"
Other NoteSee also MS. Add. C. 278, another diary of the same period in Parliament.
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URLNotes Library online Catalogue of "manuscripts acquired singly: diaries and journals"
GEMMS record createdNovember 11, 2017
GEMMS record last editedNovember 11, 2017