2 edition of Letters of John Holles, 1587-1637 found in the catalog.
Letters of John Holles, 1587-1637
Holles, John Earl of Clare
Bibliography: v. 1, p. [viii]
|Statement||edited by P. R. Seddon.|
|Series||Thoroton Society record series ;, v. 31, <35 >, Record series (Thoroton Society) ;, v. 31, etc.|
|Contributions||Seddon, P. R.|
|LC Classifications||DA670.N89 T6 vol. 31, etc., DA378.H64 T6 vol. 31, etc.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v. <1, 2 > :|
|LC Control Number||76368933|
Letters , ed. P.R. Seddon. Nottingham: Thoroton Society Record Series, XXXI, , Vol 1, (1 think), ” The dates don't comfortably fit the Walter we know as Sir Walter Chute, son of Philip of Appledore (not to mention that Philip's Walter wasn't the eldest son, according to . The loss of negative concord in Standard English: Internal factors. (ed.). (). Letters of John Holles – Thoroton Society. (–). The Letter Book of John Parkhurst.
Thomas Pelham-Holles had inherited the Pelham estates in Sussex and, through his uncle John Holles, 3rd Duke of Newcastle upon Tyne (and 4th Earl of Clare, ), the Holles/Clare estates in Middlesex, Nottinghamshire and Lincolnshire, together with the Cavendish properties of Nottingham Castle and Clumber Park. Letters , ed. P.R. Seddon. Nottingham: Thoroton Society Record Series, XXXI, , Vol 1, (1 think), " The dates don't comfortably fit the Walter we know as Sir Walter Chute, son of Philip of Appledore (not to mention that Philip's Walter wasn't the eldest son, according to .
18 Letters of John Holles , ed. P. R. Seddon, 3 vols. (Nottingham: Thoroton Society, ), 19 Seddon (note 18), 20 S. R. Gardiner, "On certain Letters of Diego Sarmiento de Acuna, Count of Gondomar, giving an account of the affair of the Earl of Somerset," Archeologia 41 (): In: A quarto volume of transcripts of correspondence of John Holles (), first Earl of Clare, and his son John (), second Earl of Clare, with other tracts and verse, almost entirely in a single predominantly italic hand, leaves (paginated 1 .
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6 It is essential to acknowledge the major – and largely unrecognized – scholarly service that P. Seddon has performed with his splendid three volume edition, The Letters of John Holles, – (Nottingham, –) [henceforth, Holles Letters].
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Letters of John Holles Volume 1 (Thoroton Society: Record Series Vol. XXXI) (Volume 31) Seddon, P R (ed) Published by Derry and Sons (). The Parsed Corpus of Early English Correspondence Letter collections The PCEEC is made up of 84 files, each containing letters from a single edited collection (or in a few cases from two related collections).
This is a subset of the collections that make up the CEEC. John Holles, first Earl of Clare, however, took a more generous view of Savage and a less favourable one of Savile: see Letter no. in P. Seddon (ed.), Letters of John Holles (3 vols., Thoroton Society record series, xxxi and xxxv-vi, I), Clare to Bishop.
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