RepositoryLambeth Palace Library
Alt Ref NoMS 1250
Extent572 pp.
DescriptionCollections concerning the Hospital of St. Thomas the Martyr, Canterbury, and other places in Canterbury and its environs, by Nicholas Battely, Vicar of Beaksborne and Rector of Ivechurch, Kent (d. 1704).

1. 'The Ancient and Modern State of the Hospital of Eastbridge in the city of Canterbury.' Printed from this manuscript, with some variations, in "Bibl. Topog". Brit, i, 297-419 (pp. 10-207).
The volume has been subsequently used as a register of leases granted by the Master of Eastbridge Hospital, 1679-1730 (pp. 209-399).

2. List of scholars entering the school at Eastbridge Hospital, 1754-8, and leaving, 1757-8 (p. 401).

3. Various collections by Battely:
Priory of St. Gregory, Canterbury (cf. "Bibl. Topog". Brit, i, 420-4) (pp. 450-3).
Priory of St. Sepulchre, Canterbury (cf. "Bibl. Topog". Brit, i, 425-8) (pp. 472-3).
Hospital of St. James by Canterbury (cf. "Bibl. Topog". Brit, i, 428-34) (pp. 488-92).
Maynards Spittle (p. 499).
Hospital of St. Mary of the Poor Priests, Canterbury (cf. "Bibl. Topog". Brit, i, 436-8) (pp. 502-3).
Hospital of St. Laurance, Canterbury (cf. "Bibl. Topog".Brit, i, 438-41) (pp. 521-2).
Extract from charter of James I to Canterbury (p. 523).
'A clause drawn up by the Arch Bishop's Direction to be inserted in the Hospital Leases', 18 November 1718 (printed "Bibl. Topog". Brit, i, 441) (p. 524) [clause for Eastbridge Hospital leases drawn up by William Wake, Archbishop of Canterbury].
Clause from the will of Matthew Browne, 12 December 1717 (printed "Bibl. Topog". Brit, i, 442) (p. 525).
The Hospital of Harbledown [St. Nicholas] and the Hospital of St. John the Baptist, Northgate, Canterbury (pp. 562-3).
Boundaries of Cockering lands, 1 May 1593 (p. 570).
Terrier of lands of Eastbridge Hospital, 1713 (p. 572).

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