RepositoryLambeth Palace Library
LevelFile
Alt Ref NoLR/D/5
Extent205 ff.
TitleMISCELLANEOUS PAPERS
Date17th-19th century
DescriptionMiscellaneous records, all or mainly of Lambeth Palace Library, as follows:

f. 1. A damaged leaf (12mo size) from an alphabetical author catalogue of printed books, written in a small neat hand. 17th century. The leaf records authors W (octavos) and X (quartos and octavos). Latest book recorded is dated 1643.

ff. 2-19. Surviving leaves from a register of loans of printed books and manuscripts from Lambeth Palace Library, 1708-1733. 193 x 155mm.
The leaves were found disbound, in considerable disorder, and the register is incomplete. Folios 1-4 are mainly in the hand of Benjamin Ibbot, Lambeth Librarian c.1707-15; folios 5-19 are mainly in the hand of David Wilkins and John Henry Ott, Lambeth Librarians. Some entries are in the hands of borrowers.
f. 2r. Mainly loans to Dr. Gibson [Edmund Gibson, chaplain to Archbishop Tenison and afterwards Bishop of London], Dr. Potter [John Potter, chaplain to Archbishop Tenison and afterwards Archbishop] and Archbishop Tenison. n.d.
f. 2v. Loans to P. Allix [Peter Allix (1641-1717)] in Allix's hand Aug-Oct 1708, and to Dr. Gibson [Edmund Gibson], Dr. Potter [John Potter, chaplain to Archbishop Tenison and afterwards Archbishop] and Archbishop Tenison.
f. 3r. Loans to E. Sydall [Elias Sydall, chaplain to Archbishop Tenison, and afterwards Bishop of Gloucester], Dr. Gibson [Edmund Gibson], and Archbishop Tenison. Feb 1708/9-Jan 1709/10.
f. 3v. Loans to Dr. Gibson [Edmund Gibson], Dr. Fairfax, Mr. Sturges for the Bishop of Norwich [Charles Trimnell] and Archbishop Tenison. Jan 1709/10-July 1710.
f. 4r. Loans to Archbishop Tenison and Dr. Gibson [Edmund Gibson]. Aug 1710-March 1710/11.
f. 4v. Loans to Dr. Gibson [Edmund Gibson] and Dr. Smallbrook alias Dr. Smallbroke [Richard Smalbroke, chaplain to Archbishop Tenison, afterwards Bishop of Lichfield and Coventry]. n.d.
f. 5r. Loans to Dr. Gibson [Edmund Gibson] and Archbishop Tenison. Feb 1711/12- Dec 1712 and n.d.
f. 5v. Loans to Dr. Gibson [Edmund Gibson], Archbishop Tenison and the Bishop of Norwich [Charles Trimnell]. June 1713-Jan 1714/15.
f. 6r-v. Small fragment (2 lines only). Oct-Nov [?1717] and n.d. Loans to Elizabeth Wake and Dorothy Wake.
f. 7r. Loans to Archbishop Wake, 'my Lady' [Etheldreda, wife of Archbishop Wake], Mrs. Mary Wake, Mrs. Dorothy Wake, Mrs. Catherine Salmon [maidservant to Etheldreda, wife of Archbishop Wake], the Bishop of Lincoln, Mrs. Broderipp, Mrs. Churchill [? Magdalene Churchill, daughter of Archbishop Wake], Mr. Pennyman and Mrs. Seymer. Nov 1718-June 1719.
f. 7v. Loans to Mrs. Churchill [? Magdalene Churchill, daughter of Archbishop Wake], Mrs. Mary Wake, Mrs. Kelsal, Mr. Chamier [? John Chamier of Lambeth, appointed by Wake Bailiff of the manor of Croydon 1723], Dr. Carter [?George Carter, chaplain to Archbishop Wake], 'my Lady' [Etheldreda, wife of Archbishop Wake], 'Rice' [Rice Pugh, see f. 12v], Mr. Martin, Archbishop Wake, Mrs. Salmon [Catherine Salmon, maidservant to Etheldreda, wife of Archbishop Wake], Ott [John Henry Ott], Dr. Ibbetson [Richard Ibbetson, chaplain to Archbishops Tenison and Wake and Rector of Lambeth], Mr. Byrche [William Birch, chaplain to Archbishop Wake]. June 1719-Feb. 1719/20.
f. 8r. Loans to Mr Byrche [William Birch, chaplain to Archbishop Wake], 'my Lady' [Etheldreda, wife of Archbishop Wake], Mrs. Mary Wake, Mrs. Catherine Salmon [maidservant to Etheldreda, wife of Archbishop Wake], 'the Steward', Dr. Ibbetson [Richard Ibbetson, chaplain to Archbishop Wake and Rector of Lambeth], Ott [John Henry Ott], Mrs. Churchill [? Magdalene Churchill, daughter of Archbishop Wake], Madam Broderepp, Mr. Martin. Feb. 1719/20-April 1720.
f. 8v. Loans to Mrs Mary Wake, Dr. Ibbetson [Richard Ibbetson, chaplain to Archbishop Wake and Rector of Lambeth], Archbishop Wake, Mrs. Catherine Salmon [maidservant to Etheldreda, wife of Archbishop Wake], Madam Churchill [? Magdalene Churchill, daughter of Archbishop Wake], Mr. Churchill, Mrs. Kelsall, Mrs. Dorothy Wake, Mr. Johnson, 'Joseph', Mr. Chamier [? John Chamier of Lambeth, appointed by Wake Bailiff of the manor of Croydon 1723], 'Rice' [Rice Pugh, see f. 12v], Mr. Martin, Mr. Bennet, 'my Lady' [Etheldreda, wife of Archbishop Wake]. April-Sept. 1720.
f. 9r. Loans to Mr. Pennyman, Dr. Ibbetson [Richard Ibbetson, chaplain to Archbishop Wake and Rector of Lambeth], Mrs. Catherine Salmon [maidservant to Etheldreda, wife of Archbishop Wake], 'Rice' [Rice Pugh, see f. 12v], Mrs. Mary Wake, 'My Lord' [Archbishop Wake], Mr. Chamier [? John Chamier of Lambeth, appointed by Wake as Bailiff of the manor of Croydon 1723], Ottius [John Henry Ott], Mrs. Kelsal, Mr Maichel [Daniel Maichel (1693-1752), Professor of Philosophy at Tubingen], 'my Lady' [Etheldreda, wife of Archbishop Wake]. Oct 1720-Feb. 1720/1.
f. 9v. Loans to Mrs. Salmon [Catherine Salmon, maidservant to Etheldreda, wife of Archbishop Wake], Dr. Ibbetson [Richard Ibbetson, chaplain to Archbishop Wake and Rector of Lambeth], Mr. Churchill. Feb. 1720/1.
f. 10r-v. Loans of printed books and manuscripts to Mr Maichelius [Daniel Maichel (1693-1752), Professor of Philosophy at Tubingen]. Jan-Feb. [1720/1]. For Maichel's presence in the Library on 18 Jan 1720/1 see f. 8v.
f. 11r. Loans of manuscripts to Mr Maichelius [Daniel Maichel (1693-1752), Professor of Philosophy at Tubingen]. 22 Jan-10 Feb. [1720/1]. For Maichel's presence in the Library on 18 Jan 1720/1 see f. 8v.
f. 11v. Blank.
f. 12r. Loans to Mr. Chamier [? John Chamier of Lambeth, appointed by Wake Bailiff of the manor of Croydon 1723], 'my Lady' [Etheldreda, wife of Archbishop Wake], Mrs. Salmon [maidservant to Etheldreda, wife of Archbishop Wake], Mrs. G. Kelsall, Dr. Ibbetson [Richard Ibbetson, chaplain to Archbishop Wake and Rector of Lambeth], 'Rice' [Rice Pugh], Mr. Martin, Madam Mary [Wake], 'Joseph'. April-August [1721].
f. 12v. Loans to Rice Pugh, Mrs. Mary Wake, Mrs. Salmon [Catherine Salmon, maidservant to Etheldreda, wife of Archbishop Wake], Mr. Cochrane, John Sandal. Aug. [1721]-April 1723.
f. 13r. Loans to Mr. Cochrane, Joseph Richards, David Wilkins, John Sandall, Mrs. Salmon [Catherine Salmon, maidservant to Etheldreda, wife of Archbishop Wake], Monsr. Giraud [William Henry Giraud, afterwards Vicar of Graveney, Kent]. May 1723-Feb. 1723/4.
f. 13v. Loans to David Wilkins, Mrs. Gough, Cochrane, Monsr. Giraud [William Henry Giraud, afterwards Vicar of Graveney, Kent], Richard Vaughan, Mrs. Johnson, John Sandall, Dr. Ibbetson [Richard Ibbetson, chaplain to Archbishop Wake and Rector of Lambeth], Bishop of Lichfield and Coventry [Edward Chandler]. March 1723/4-Oct. 1724.
f. 14r. Loans to R. Cochrane, Ott [John Henry Ott], Dr. Ibbetson [Richard Ibbetson, chaplain to Archbishop Wake and Rector of Lambeth], Mrs. Gough, T. Lewis [Thomas Lewis, see f. 16v], David Wilkins, 'S.L.'. Jan. 1724/5-March 1725.
f. 14v. Loans to Giraud [William Henry Giraud, Vicar of Graveney, Kent, from 1727], , Mrs. Wake, Archbishop Wake, R. Ibbetson [Richard Ibbetson, chaplain to Archbishop Wake and Rector of Lambeth], David Wilkins, Mrs. Salmon [Catherine Salmon, maidservant to Etheldreda, wife of Archbishop Wake], Mr. Cochrane. March-May 1725.
f. 15r. Loans to W.H. Giraud [William Henry Giraud, Vicar of Graveney, Kent, from 1727], R. Ibbetson [Richard Ibbetson, chaplain to Archbishop Wake and Rector of Lambeth], 'J.W.' [?John Walker, chaplain to Archbishop Wake], Mr. Seymour. Feb. [1726/7]-Jan. 1727/8 and n.d.
f. 15v. Blank.
f. 16r. Loans to Dr Ibbetson [Richard Ibbetson, chaplain to Archbishop Wake and Rector of Lambeth], Ott [John Henry Ott], Mr. Giraud [William Henry Giraud, Vicar of Graveney, Kent, from 1727], R. Chicheley, 'S.L.', T. Lewis [Thomas Lewis, see f. 16v], Cochrane. March [?1728]-Jan. [1728/9].
f. 16v. R. Ibbetson [Richard Ibbetson, chaplain to Archbishop Wake and Rector of Lambeth], W.H. Giraud [William Henry Giraud, Vicar of Graveney, Kent, from 1727], Thomas Lewis, R. Chicheley, Cochrane. Feb [?1728/9]-Oct [?1729].
f. 17r. Loans to 'S.L.', 'J.W.' [?John Walker, chaplain to Archbishop Wake], Thomas Parry, 'R.C.'. Feb. 1729/30-March 1730/1.
f. 17v. Loans to Edmund Bateman [chaplain to Archbishop Wake], Richard Smalbroke, Bishop of Lichfield and Coventry. Dec. 1731-Aug. 1732.
f. 18r. Loans to Edmund Bateman [chaplain to Archbishop Wake] and David Wilkins. Sept. 1732-Feb. 1732/3. Includes a note by David Wilkins on Henry Wharton manuscripts returned by Wilkins in Sept. 1732.
f. 18v. Loans to 'J.W.' [?John Walker, chaplain to Archbishop Wake and Edmund Bateman [chaplain to Archbishop Wake]. Feb. 1732/3-June 1733.
f. 19r. Loans to 'Hern' and Mr. Ibbetson [Richard Ibbetson, chaplain to Archbishop Wake and Rector of Lambeth]. May-October, no year.
f. 19v. Blank.

ff. 20-21. 'Desunt'. List of missing printed books, in the hand of David Wilkins, Lambeth Librarian. n.d. Written on leaves formerly part of the register of loans (ff. 2-19).

ff. 22-35. Surviving leaves from a register of loans of printed books and manuscripts from Lambeth Palace Library, 1739-56. 205 x 160 mm. Folio 22 is headed: 'Borrowed out of Lambeth Library'.
f. 22r-v. Loans to John Chapman [chaplain to Archbishop Potter], Mr. Williams, Parry, W.W. Ward [Walter Walker Ward, chaplain to Archbishop Potter], Archbishop John Potter, Miss Potter, Mr. Lomas. July 1739-March 1741/2.
f. 23r-v. Loans to John Chapman [chaplain to Archbishop Potter], 'my Lady' [Mrs. Potter], Mr. Fordham, Miss Potter, W. Smart, Archbishop John Potter, W.W. Ward [Walter Walker Ward, chaplain to Archbishop Potter]. Feb. 1741/2-July 1743.
f. 24r-v. Loans to Dr. Chapman [John Chapman [chaplain to Archbishop Potter], Miss Potter, Dr. Ward [Walter Walker Ward, chaplain to Archbishop Potter], Mr. Fordham, Mr. Williams, 'Mr. Archdeacon Potter', Archbishop John Potter, Mr. Coulson, Mrs. Rye, Dr. Tunstall [James Tunstall, chaplain to Archbishop Potter], Thomas Potter, Mrs. Lomas, Mr. Milles, Mr. Hyde. July 1743-Oct. 1745.
f. 25r-v. Loans to Archbishop John Potter, Dr. Tunstall [James Tunstall, chaplain to Archbishop Potter], Dr. Ward [Walter Walker Ward, chaplain to Archbishop Potter], Mr. Smart [W. Smart, see f. 23], Mr. Rye, Mr. Milles, Mrs. Carkass. Nov. 1745-Nov. 1747.
f. 26r-v. Loans to Mr. Hill, Mr. Thomas Herring, Archbishop Thomas Herring, G. Jubb [George Jubb, chaplain to Archbishop Herring], Mr. John Herring, Mr. Entick, Mr. Price, Mr. Papillon, Mrs. Herring. July-October 1749.
f. 27r-v. Loans to 'T.C.' [Archbishop Thomas Herring], Mr. William Herring, Mr. Thomas Herring, Mr. Hill, Mr. Jubb [George Jubb, chaplain to Archbishop Herring], Mr. Secretary Herring, Mr. Price, Mrs. Herring, Mr. Burnet. Oct. 1749-Jan. 1749/50.
f. 28r-v. Mr. G. Jubb [George Jubb, chaplain to Archbishop Herring], Mr. Burnet, 'T.C.' [Archbishop Thomas Herring], Mr. Thomas Herring, H. Herring, Mr. Hill. Jan. 1749/50-May 1750.
f. 29r-v. J. Hill, Archbishop Thomas Herring, Matthew Cholmondeley, Mr. Burnet, Mr. John Herring, Mr. Thomas Herring, G. Jubb [George Jubb, chaplain to Archbishop Herring]. May-Sept. 1750.
f. 30r-v. G. Jubb [George Jubb, chaplain to Archbishop Herring], T. Herring, Archbishop Thomas Herring, J. Hill, Mr. Lawry, Mr. Burnett. Sept. 1750-March 1751.
f. 31r-v. Jonathan Skelton [the artist Jonathan Skelton, a footman in the service of Archbishop Herring], G. Jubb [George Jubb, chaplain to Archbishop Herring], H. Herring, J. Hill, Mr. Lawry [? Revd. John Lawry, Joint Register of the Prerogative Court of Canterbury 1754], Mr. Price, Archbishop Thomas Herring, Mr. Burnet, Mr. Samuel Herring. Nov. 1751-June 1752.
f. 32r-v. H. Herring, Mr. Thomas Herring, Mr. Lawry, G. Jubb [George Jubb, chaplain to Archbishop Herring], Matthew Chumley, Mr. John Herring, D. Mills, N. Forster [Nathaniel Forster, chaplain to Archbishop Herring], Mr. Williams, Mr. Chancellor Herring, J. Lawry [? Revd. John Lawry, Joint Register of the Prerogative Court of Canterbury 1754]. Feb.-Oct. 1753.
f. 33r-v. Mr. Harrison, Mr. Williams, Forster [Nathaniel Forster, chaplain to Archbishop Herring], J. Lawry [? Revd. John Lawry, Joint Register of the Prerogative Court of Canterbury 1754], Samuel Herring, Mr. Herring, Archbishop Thomas Herring. Oct. 1753-Dec. 1754.
f. 34r-v. J. Lawry [? Revd. John Lawry, Joint Register of the Prerogative Court of Canterbury 1754], J. Skelton [the artist Jonathan Skelton, a footman in the service of Archbishop Herring]. Jan. 1755-Sept. 1756.
f. 35r-v. J. Lawry [? Revd. John Lawry, Joint Register of the Prerogative Court of Canterbury 1754], T. Herring for Archbishop Thomas Herring, J. Skelton [the artist Jonathan Skelton, a footman in the service of Archbishop Herring]. Oct [?1756]-March [?1757]. With a note of a book returned by Mr. Williams, April 1757.

f. 36. Extract from a letter from Henry Wharton to Thomas Tenison criticising the printed catalogue by Edmund Gibson of the Tenison and Dugdale manuscripts [20 Jan. 1692]. The original is MS 942 item 47.
ff. 37-38. List of books in the hand of Thomas Tenison, witten on the wrapper of a letter addressed to Tenison while Bishop of Lincoln. n.d.

ff. 39-40. Notes by Andrew Coltee Ducarel on manuscripts of Henry Wharton missing from Lambeth Palace Library and partly recovered. 16 May 1759.

ff. 41-42. Memorandum by Andrew Coltee Ducarel on copies of the London Gazette in Lambeth Palace Library. 27 Dec. 1759.

ff. 43-44. 'Moravian tracts etc, a catalogue of them with MSS etc relative to them'. A title page in the hand of Andrew Coltee Ducarel for a catalogue of the tracts collected by Bishop Lavington which were presented to Archbishop Secker and placed in Lambeth Palace Library in 1768. For an earlier catalogue of these tracts by Planta see LR/F/20.

ff. 45-46. Lists by Andrew Coltee Ducarel of 'curious MSS' and 'curious illuminated MSS' in Lambeth Palace Library. n.d.

ff. 47-55 . 'Illuminated manuscripts in the Lambeth Library'. A catalogue by Andrew Coltee Ducarel of illuminated manuscripts in Lambeth Palace Library. 10 Oct 1769. A booklet with covers of marbled paper.

ff. 56-57. 'A short account of the present state of the Lambeth Library'. A report by Andrew Coltee Ducarel to Archbishop Frederick Cornwallis, with statistics of the books, totalling 18,607, in the various presses, and a note on catalogues. 30 Dec. 1769. Signed by Ducarel.

ff. 58-69. Miscellaneous papers of Michael Lort (1724/5-1790), Lambeth Librarian 1786-90, including a note from Andrew Coltee Ducarel. 1779-1787 and n.d.

ff. 70-73. Diagrams showing the disposal of the manuscripts in the Manuscripts Library at Lambeth. In the hand of Michael Lort. c.1786-90.

f. 74. A note giving the postal address of John Topham (1746-1803), Manuscripts Librarian at Lambeth 1790-1803. n.d. In Topham's hand.

ff. 75-76. A list in the hand of Henry John Todd of the distribution of the 200 printed copies of his catalogue of the Lambeth manuscripts published in 1812.

ff. 77-79. Original letter from Edward Jacob, of Faversham, to Archbishop John Moore, presenting his collection of early printed bibles. 18 Dec. 1785. With a transcript by Henry Dimock (c.1729-1810), Librarian at Lambeth to 1810, and a note by Dimock on further books and manuscripts given by Jacob in 1786.

ff. 80-88. Miscellaneous papers in the hand of Henry Dimock, Librarian at Lambeth until 1810, including 'a catalogue of manuscripts and books in the outward MS Library taken July 17th 1798', a list of manuscripts missing from the inner Manuscripts Library at Lambeth, and two catalogues of books 'in the press next the fire under the book case' and 'on the shelves in the Library'. References in the latter to the 'Dressing Room' suggest that these two catalogues are of a private library, possibly that of Dimock's friend and patron Archbishop Moore. n.d.

ff. 89-106. List in the hand of Henry Dimock, Librarian at Lambeth until 1810, of plates in the edition of the works of Shakespeare published by John Boydell [between 1791 and 1803]. Included is a note on 'large plates delivered not belonging to the present numbers'. A booklet, stitched (ff. 96-106 blank). n.d (paper watermarked 1794).

f. 107. 'Manuscripts deposited by Dr. Poole'. A note on the deposit of transcripts of records of Canterbury. The transcripts are MSS 1225-1256. Early 19th century.

ff. 108-119. A list of contents of a proposed or actual work in six books on Latin and Greek writers from antiquity to 1453. Written in an unidentified neat hand. n.d. (on paper watermarked 1807). ff. 114-9 are blank.

f. 120. A printed notice announcing the hours of attendance of the Keeper of the Archiepiscopal Records at Lambeth. The Keeper attended on the first and third Mondays of every month except during the long vacation. Catalogues of the archives and manuscripts were accessible in the Secretary's Office at Lambeth Palace and enquiries might be addressed there to Mr. Lewis [Thomas Archdeacon Lewis]. n.d. [c. 1817-18]. Damaged text at the end reads: 'Printed by R. & R. [...]ert, St. John's Square'. Richard and Robert Gilbert, of St. John's Square, Clerkenwell, printed the Clerical Guide in 1817. Robert Gilbert died in 1818, after which the firm continued as 'R. Gilbert'.

f. 121. A list of books. n.d. (paper watermarked 1817).

f. 122. 'Libri notatu digniores'. A list of significant manuscripts in Lambeth Palace Library. In the hand of George D'Oyly (1778-1846), Keeper of the Archiepiscopal Records and probably Librarian. n.d. (paper watermarked 1828).

f. 123. A note [probably from Thomas Archdeacon Lewis, Assistant Secretary at Lambeth Palace and Keeper of the Archiepiscopal Records to George D'Oyly (1778-1846), formerly Keeper of the Archiepiscopal Records and serving as Librarian], listing Carew manuscripts required for loan to Sir C. T. Yates [? Sir Thomas Charles Yates (d. 1834) of Firmins, Co. Kildare] 'He will attend at 12 o'clock Saturday if Dr. D'Oyly will let me have the above volumes'. The note was then annotated in D'Oyly's hand: 'Taken out 5 May 1830 by the Archbishop's permission to the Secretary's office'.

ff. 124-131. Paper labels printed with book titles, probably intended for the spines of printed books. The labels are on paper of various colours and are printed in various styles, perhaps serving as samples. The labels are pasted on six leaves of paper and bound within paper covers. n.d. [early 19th century].

ff. 132-146. Cards placed on the shelves of Lambeth Palace Library marking the positions of missing books. Each card has a shelf mark written in ink and a printed paper label with printed text 'In Dr. Ducarel's List of books missing in 1767' (ff. 131-141), 'In Mr. Dimock's List of books missing in 1798' (ff. 142-144), 'Missing when the books were removed into this Library' (ff. 145-146). The labels, of various sizes but of uniform brown stiff card, appear to date from after the move of the books to the Great Hall in 1829 or 1830. The labels have book titles written in ink, probably in the hand of Samuel Roffey Maitland, Lambeth Librarian 1838-48. On the stock checks by Ducarel and Dimock, see MSS 1996-1997.

ff. 147-153. Tabulated list of missing printed books as recorded in stock checks by 'Dr. Ducarel', Mr. Dimock' and 'Mr. Lewis'. On the stock checks by Andrew Coltee Ducarel Henry Dimock, see above ff. The stock check attributed to 'Mr. Lewis' was presumably carried out by Thomas Archdeacon Lewis, Assistant Secretary at Lambeth Palace and Keeper of the Archiepiscopal Records, and appears to have been carried out when the books were moved to the Great Hall in 1829 or 1830 . Two books (shelf marks G.1.24 and AA.3.41) found to be missing 'when the books were removed into this Library' (see ff. 145-6) also appear in the list of books found missing in the stock check by Mr. Lewis but not in the earlier stock checks .
On paper watermarked 1813, written in the same hand as ff. 166-7; with later pencil annotations in Maitland's hand.

ff. 154-165. A catalogue of manuscripts, in continuation of the catalogue of the manuscripts in Lambeth Palace Library by H J Todd published in 1812. Also includes some printed books housed with, and numbered as, manuscripts.
On paper watermarked 1804 but written later, by Samuel Roffey Maitland, Lambeth Librarian 1838-48. Probably written in the 1840s (see MS 1262, described as presented in 1842).
The catalogue records MSS 1222-1231, 1250-1266, 1300-1323, 1350-1374. Despite gaps in the series the text appears complete. Some of these manuscripts were subsequently re-numbered and others transferred to printed books. Compare the descriptions of MSS 1222- in EGW Bill, 'A catalogue of manuscripts in Lambeth Palace Library. MSS. 1222-1860' (Oxford, 1972).

ff. 166-167. A table showing the number of printed books on each shelf in the Library. The table records the shelves in 'folio' presses 1-64, 'octavo' presses 1-33, and presses A-Q and AA-FF. It does not include the manuscripts library on the upper floor where some additional printed books were included. n.d., on paper watermarked 1818. In the same hand as ff. 147-153.

ff. 168-170. Statistics based on ff. 166-167, calculating the total of the printed books in the lower library as 19,428. On re-used paper watermarked 1808. With a further leaf (f. 170) in the same hand and on the same re-used paper, with notes written by Samuel Roffey Maitland, Lambeth Librarian 1838-48.

f. 171. A list of three catalogues of books found unnumbered in the Library. In the hand of Samuel Roffey Maitland, Lambeth Librarian 1838-48. The catalogues are those of John Lawson [MS 1046], Archbishop Tenison's books in the Library at St. Martin-in-the-Fields [MS 1707], and Lambeth Palace Library [LR/F/8]. n.d.

f. 172. A copy of the list of location symbols found in the catalogue of the books of Archbishop Thomas Tenison [LR/F/16]. In the hand of Samuel Roffey Maitland, Lambeth Librarian 1838-48. n.d.

ff. 173-179. A list of records of the Convocation of Canterbury. In the hand of Samuel Roffey Maitland, Lambeth Librarian 1838-48. n.d. (paper watermarked 1844).

ff. 180-183. 'Catalogue of bibles and testaments in possession of the Revd. J.H. Montagu Luxmoore'. n.d. J.H.M. Luxmoore (1799-1860) was Rector of Marchwiel, Denbighshire 1823-60. In the hand of the assistant of Samuel Roffey Maitland, Lambeth Librarian 1838-48.

ff. 184-205. A list of 98 printed books from the library of Archbishop Matthew Parker at Corpus Christi College, Cambridge. In the hand of the assistant of Samuel Roffey Maitland, Lambeth Librarian 1838-48, and with a wrapper inscribed by Maitland: 'A list of the books contained in one of the four presses at Corpus Camb. containing the private Libr of Abp Parker made by Mr. Goodwin a fellow of the College - and lent to me by Mr. Martin in April 1847'. n.d. (paper watermarked 1844).
FindingAidsNew description by Richard Palmer, 2016
PhysicalDescriptionLoose papers in one box
PublnNoteThe 18th-century loan register is referred to in "Lambeth Palace Library and its Collections", the introduction to 'Lambeth Palace Library: Treasures from the Collections of the Archbishops of Canterbury', ed. Richard Palmer and Michelle P. Brown (2010).

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