RepositoryLambeth Palace Library
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Alt Ref NoSion L40.2/E64
Extentvi, 499 pp.
TitleSION COLLEGE LIBRARY: BOOK OF BENEFACTORS
Date1629-1982
DescriptionRegister recording the gifts of benefactors to Sion College Library, written for the most part by successive Librarians of the College.
The Book of Benefactors primarily records gifts of printed books and manuscripts, but also gifts and bequests of money, paintings and other objects. The volume was given by John Simson, founder of Sion College Library.

The Book of Benefactors provides an extremely important account of gifts and bequests to Sion College Library, but not a complete record. Even the diligent Librarian John Spencer failed to enter over 30 gifts between 1657 and 1666 (although he noted them elsewhere, in Sion L40.2/E60). After the death of John Spencer in 1680, there was a period during which no entries at all were made by his successors. In April 1688 the Court of Sion College ordered that a book should be purchased to record the will of Samuel Brewer and accounts of the estate which he had bequeathed to the College, as well as gifts to Sion College; in October 1688 it ordered that benefactors in the year 1687 should be registered in it separately from the Brewer estate accounts (London Metropolitan Archives, Sion College, Court minute book A, 1631-1716, pp. 416, 422). In 1710 William Reading, Librarian of Sion College, was given £3 for writing up the Benefactors' Book retrospectively from 1678 to 1710. Reading thereafter made regular entries in the Benefactors Book, but also maintained a 'lesser register' (recording at least books received from Stationers' Hall under the College's copyright privilege); this 'lesser register' had disappeared by 1762 (see Book of Benefactors p. 124). Reading failed to enter at least one notable gift in the Book of Benefactors, namely the printed books and manuscripts given by Thomas Bray on 20 Feb1729/30; Reading listed these in Sion L40.2/E 96 at ff. 210-3. When Willliam Clements took office as Librarian in December 1762 he complained that his predecessor William Brakenridge had made no entries in the Book of Benefactors since 1759; Clements left blank pages in the vain hope that the record might be completed subsequently (see pp. 262-265). Clements himself failed to enter important accessions in the Book of Benefactors; his lists of the Greek manuscripts given by Edward Payne on 3 Jan 1777, and the papers of Thomas Wilson, Bishop of Sodor and Man, are found elsewhere, in Sion L40.2/E96 at f. 214v. From 1840 to 1851 no entries were made and blank space was left (pp. 393 col 2 to 397 col 2). After 1889 the Book of Benefactors ceased to be used, although a number of notable gifts 1839-1982 were entered retrospectively in a single italic hand in the late 20th century (pp. 393-4 and 425-30). The titles of books received from Stationers' Hall under the copyright privilege were only recorded in the Book of Benefactors between 1742 and 1789. On the recording of these books at other times, see the description of Sion L40.2/E61.

At p. 421 are the signatures of the Prince and Princess of Wales (afterwards Edward VII and Queen Alexandra), Edward White Benson, Archbishop of Canterbury, Lord Halsbury (Lord Chancellor) and others present at the opening of the new building of Sion College, 15 December 1886.


pp. i-ii. Blank.
p. iii. Inscription by John Spencer (d. 1680), Librarian of Sion College, recording the incorporation of Sion College by royal charter of Charles I, the foundation of Sion College by Thomas White, and the founding of Sion College Library by John Simson. On Simson he records: 'Also for the perpetuall memory of such well disposed Christians as shall eyther by bookes, monyes, or otherwise be beneficiall to this Library he gave this book wherein the names of all such benefactors togeather with theyr severall guifts are particularly recorded to posterity...'
pp. iv-vi. Blank, except for a later pencilled inscription, in the hand of Robert Watts, Sion College Librarian 1799-1842, at p. v: '1628. Francis Bridges citizen and draper in Watling Street gave Sacrificium juge, Comment. R Moshe Albildae, fol. Ven 1601, and Comment. in legem per R Abrah Saba fo. ib. 1567 to the Publicke Librarye in Zion College in London, price 20s. See MS note on the cover of the book' [the shelf mark of this volume is now A24.0/AL1, Sion folio].
p. 1. 1629. 'Sir Paul Bayning, Kt and Baronet, Baron of Horkesley and Viscount Sudbury' [Paul Bayning, Viscount Bayning of Sudbury (d. 1629)]. List of books purchased with gift of £50.
p. 1. 1629. 'Ann, Lady Bayning, Viscountesse of Sudbury, wife to ... Paul Viscount Bayning deceased' [Anne Bayning, Viscountess Bayning, afterwards Anne Carleton, Viscountess Dorchester (d. 1639)]. List of books purchased with gift of £50.
p. 2. 1629. 'Sir Paul Pindar Kt, one of the cheife farmers of his maiestyes generall customes...' [Sir Paul Pindar (1565-1650)]. Gift of Greek manuscripts.
p. 3. 1629. 'Sir George Croke, one of his maiesties iustice's of his highness pleas...'. [Sir George Croke (c.1560-1642)]. List of books purchased with gift of £100.
p. 4. 1629. 'Caesar Walpoole, Rector of St. Thomas Apostle, London'. List of books purchased with bequest of £10.
p. 4. 1629. 'Abraham Colfe, Rector of St. Leonard Eastcheape, London. List of books purchased with gift of £11.
p. 4. 1629. 'Thomas Wood B.D., Rector of St. Michael Crooked Lane, London. Lists of books purchased with gift of £10 and of other books given.
p. 4. 1629. 'Henry Fetherstone, citizen and stationer' (two entries); also Katharine Fetherstone his wife. Gifts of globes, printed books and a manuscript.
p. 5. 1629. 'George Walker B.D. Rector of St. John Evangelist Watling Streete, London' hath given and procured to be given by his parishioners and other Christian friends citizens of London...'. List of books in Hebrew purchased with gift of £110.
p. 6. 1629. 'Thomas Adison, sometimes Ostiary of this Library'. List of books and manuscripts purchased with a bequest of £5.
p. 7. 1629. 'Rebecca Lady Romeny, wife to ... Sir William Romeny [Sir William Romney (1555-1611)] Kt and Alderman of London deceased'. list of books purchased with gift of £100.
p. 7. 1629. 'Michael Sparke, citizen and stationor of London'. Gift of books.
p. 7. 1629. 'N.T.' [Nathaniel Torporley]. Gift of manuscripts.
p. 8. 1629. 'William Watts, Rector of St. Alban, Wood Street, London'. Gift of printed books and a manuscript.
p. 8. 1629. 'Nathaniel Marius, Minister of the French Church, London'. Gift of a book.
p. 8. 1629. 'Henry Mason B.D., Rector of St. Andrew Undershaft, London'. Gift of books.
p. 8. 1629. 'Ex dono philo-glotti cuiusdam'. Gift of manuscripts.
p. 8. 1629. 'John Bell, Minister of London'. Gift of books.
p.8. 1629. 'Thomas Hayne, late schoolemaster of Christs Hospitall, London'. Gift of Hebrew and other books and a manuscript.
p. 8. 1629. 'John Day, stationor of London'. Gift of books.
p. 9. 1630. 'Captayne Nicholas Crisp, citizen and salter of London'. Gift of books.
p. 9. 1630. 'I.S.B.C.S.' [Ioannes Spencer, Bibliothecarius Collegii Sionensis]. First gift of books from John Spencer.
p. 9. 1630. 'Samuel Crisp, citizen and salter of London'. Gift of books.
p. 9. 1630. 'Ex dono Anonymi'. Gift of printed books.
p. 9. 1630. 'Richard Thrale, citizen and stationor of London'. Gift of printed books.
p. 9. 1630. 'I.S.B.C.S.' [Ioannes Spencer, Bibliothecarius Collegii Sionensis]. Second gift of books from John Spencer.
p. 9. 1630. 'John Sutton, stationor of London'. Gift of printed books.
p. 9. 1630. 'I.S.B.C.S.' [Ioannes Spencer, Bibliothecarius Collegii Sionensis]. Third gift of books from John Spencer.
p. 10. 1630. 'Helkiah Croke, Doctor of Physicke' [Helkiah Crooke (1576-1648)]. Gift of a printed work.
p. 10. 1630. 'Anonymus Musophilus'. Gift of manuscripts.
p. 10. 1630. 'John Badger, Attorney in the King's Bench'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 10. 1630. 'Philomathematicus quidam'. Gift of manuscripts.
p. 10. 1630. Edward Chorley, chirurgion of London'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 10. 1630. 'Shadrach Simpson, Minister of St. Margaret, New Fish Streete, London'. Gift of printed books.
p. 10. 1630. 'William Ayerst, citizen and haberdasher of London'. Gift of a printed book and a manuscript.
p. 10. 1630. 'Philip Waterhowse [Philip Waterhouse], stationor of London'. Gift of a printed book and a manuscript.
p. 10. 1630. 'John Downham [1571-1652] B.D., Rector of Allhallows the Great, London'. Gift of printed books.
p. 10. 1630. 'Richard Warner, Merchant-Adventurer of London'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 10. 1630. 'Walter Partridg of London'. Gift of a manuscript.
p. 10. 1630. 'Randolph Pickering, citizen and haberdasher of London'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 10. 1630. 'Cuiusdam Chimici'. Gift of manuscripts.
p. 11. 1630. 'John Greenough, citizen and woollman of London'. Books purchased with bequest of £50.
p. 11. 1630. 'John Slater, student of Pembrooke Hall, Cambridge'. Gift of printed books.
p. 11. 1630. 'John Davies, Muso-phil.'. Gift of printed books and manuscripts.
p. 11. 1630. 'Richard Lever of the Custome-howse in London'. Gift of printed books.
p. 11. 1630. 'Robert Lovell B.D., Curate of Allhallows Barking, London'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 12. 1630. 'William Gonnell, late merchant, citizen and girdler of London'. Books purchased with bequest of £100.
p. 13. 1631. 'Richard Watson D.D., Rector of St. Mary Aldermary in Watling streete, London, togeather with the best affected of his parishioners'. Books purchased with gift of £24.
p. 13. 1631. 'George Thomason and Octavian Pullen, citizens and stationers of London'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 13. 1631. 'I.S.B.C.S.' [Ioannes Spencer, Bibliothecarius Collegii Sionensis]. Fourth gift of books from John Spencer.
p. 14. 1631. 'Henry Feilde, citizen and apothecarye of London'. Books purchased with gift of £10.
p. 14. 1631. 'Humfrey Dyson, publique notarye of London' [Humfrey Dyson (d. 1633), book collector]. Gift of manuscripts.
p. 14. 1631. 'John Lightfoote, Rector of Ashley in Staffordshire' [John Lightfoot (1602-1675)]. Gift of printed books.
p. 14. 1631. 'Thomas Horne, Musophil.'. Gift of a manuscript.
p. 14. 1631. 'Roger Howe, Gent.'. Gift of manuscripts and a printed book.
p. 14. 1631. 'William Hayne, late Mr. of Merchant Taylors Schoole, London'. Gift of printed books.
p. 14. 1631. 'Mr. Jordane of Chichester'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 14. 1631. 'I.S.'. Gift of printed books [an unnumbered gift from John Spencer].
p. 15. 1631.' Robert More D.D., Prebend of Winchester' [Robert Moore]. Gift of printed books.
p. 15. 1631. 'Edward Meetkerk D.D., Prebend of Winchester' [Edward Meetkirke ]. Gift of printed books.
p. 15. 1631. 'Mrs. Ann May'. Gift of printed books.
p. 15. 1631. 'Thomas Underhill, citizen and stationer of London'. Gift of printed books.
p. 15. 1631. 'Symon Snowe, merchant of Exeter'. Gift of printed books and a manuscript.
p. 15. 1631. 'George Taylor M.A., Curate under Tho. Westfeild [Thomas Westfield] D.D., Rector of Hornesey, Middlesex'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 15. 1631. 'Henry Vertue, Rector of Allhallowes Hony lane, London'. Gift of printed books.
p. 15. 1631. 'I.S.B.C.S.' [Ioannes Spencer, Bibliothecarius Collegii Sionensis]. Fifth gift of books (all manuscripts) from John Spencer.
p. 16. 1632. 'A Gentleman desirous to be unknowne'. Gift of printed books and a manuscript.
p. 16. 1632. 'Another Gentleman desirous to be unknowne'. Gift of printed books and a manuscript.
p. 16. 1632. 'John Harper, citizen, fishmonger, Treasurer of Christs Hospitall and Deputie of Bread-streete Ward, London'. Hebrew books purchased with bequest of £10.
p. 16. 1632. 'Adiel Baynard M.A.'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 16. 1632. 'Richard Boomer, Clerk of St. Margaret New Fish-streete, London'. Gift of 'two tables describing the ffoundations of both universityes'.
p. 17. 1632. 'Robert Parkhurst, citizen and Alderman of London'. Books, including a manuscript, purchased with gift of £50.
p. 17. 1632. 'Thomas Hamound of Grays Inn esquier'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 17. 1632. 'NA. TOR. Chimicus' [Nathaniel Torporley]. Gift of manuscripts.
p. 18. 1633. 'William Boswell B.D., Vicar of St. Lawrence in the Iurye'. Bequest of printed books.
p. 18. 1633. 'Sarah Coxe, widow, late wife of Ralph Coxe, citizen and sadler of London'. Books purchased with her bequest of £10.
p. 18. 1633. 'Phillip King, gent.'. Gift of a printed book.
pp. 19-21. 'Sir Paul Pynder [Sir Paul Pindar], Sir John Wolstenholme, Sir Abraham Dawes, Sir John Jacob, knights, and John Harrison, esquier, cheife farmers of his Maiesties generall customes...'. Books purchased with gift of £100.
p. 21. 1633. 'Sir Henry Marten, Kt, Judge of his Maiesties high Court of Admiralty and Judge of the Prerogative Court of Canterbury' [Sir Henry Marten (c.1561-1641)]. Books purchased with gift of £10.
p. 21. 1633. 'I.S.B.C.S.' [Ioannes Spencer, Bibliothecarius Collegii Sionensis]. Sixth gift of books from John Spencer.
p. 22. 1633. 'William Carver late citizen and inhabitant of St. Margaret New Fish-streete'. Printed books purchased with gift of £10.
p. 22. 1633. 'Thomas Bright, sometimes of Peterhowse in Cambridge M.A.'. Gift of printed books and a manuscript.
p. 22. 1633. 'John Vicars B.D. Rector of St. Augustine, London'. Printed books purchased with his bequest of £10.
p. 22. 1633. 'John Marston M.A., sometimes of Christ Church in Oxford'. Gift of printed books.
p. 22. 1633. 'Mrs. Dionis Fitzherbert'. Gift of a manuscript.
p. 23. 1633. 'Michael Sparke, citizen and stationer of London'. Gift of printed books.
pp. 23-25. 1633. 'Nathaniell Torporley Mr. of Arts, sometime student of this Colledg' [Nathaniel Torporley]. Gift of printed books, manuscripts and a clock.
pp. 26-28. 1635. 'Daniell Romeney [Daniel Romney] esquier, and sonne to ... Sir William Romeney sometime Alderman of London'. Books purchased with bequest of £50.
p. 28. 1636. 'Mrs. Joane Newton of the parish of St. Bennett Grace Church, London, widow'. Books purchased with gift of £30.
pp. 28-30. 1636. 'Mr. Gwalter Travers, Minister of Gods word' [Walter Travers (1548?-1635)]. Gift of books.
pp. 30-31. 1636. 'Richard Clerke, Dr in Divinity, sometimes Fellow of Christ's College, Cambridge ... who deceased anno 1633'. Books purchased with his bequest of £40.
p. 31. 1636. 'Mark House, citizen and imbroyderer of London'. Books purchased with gift of £10.
p. 31. 1636. 'George Bland, founder of Blands howse in Arondell in the county of Sussex'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 31. 1636. 'Robert Wilson, citizen and draper of London'. Books purchased with gift of £5.
p. 31. 1636. 'I.S.B.C.S.' [Ioannes Spencer, Bibliothecarius Collegii Sionensis]. Seventh gift of books, including manuscripts, from John Spencer.
p. 32. 1637. 'Josias Shute, Rector of St. Mary Wolnoth, Lombard Street, London'. Books purchased with gift of £20.
p. 33. 1638. 'John Jones, Rector of St. Mary Magdalen, Milk street, London'. Gift of printed books.
p. 33. 1638. 'Thomas Hayne, late schoolemaster of Christ's Hospitall, London'. Gift of printed books and a manuscript.
p. 33. 1638. 'Francis Theobald Esq and Counsellour at Law'. Printed books purchased with gift of £20.
p. 33. 1638. 'Anonymus'. Gift of printed books.
p. 34. 1639. 'Sarah Wale, widow of Thomas Wale, citizen and mercer of London...'. Printed books purchased with her bequest of £20.
p. 34. 1639. 'I.S.B.C.S.L.M.D.D' [Ioannes Spencer, Bibliothecarius Collegii Sionensis...]. Eighth gift of books from John Spencer.
p. 34. 1639. 'Henry Esday of Peter house, Cambridge'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 34. 1639. 'I.S.B.C.S.L.M.D.D' [Ioannes Spencer, Bibliothecarius Collegii Sionensis...]. Further unnumbered gift of books from John Spencer.
p. 35. 1640. 'William Thomas, late of St. Johns Colledg, Oxon, Bacheler of the Civill Law'. Printed books purchased with his bequest of £40.
p. 35. 1640. 'William Adderley, of St. Marie Magdalen Colledg, Oxon, Bacheler of the Civill Law. Gift of pinted books.
p. 35. 1640. 'I.S.B.C.S.D.D.Q.' [Ioannes Spencer, Bibliothecarius Collegii Sionensis...]. Ninth gift of books from John Spencer.
pp. 36-39. 1643. 'Elizabeth, Viscountesse Campden' [Elizabeth Hicks, Viscountess Campden (d. 1643)]. Printed books purchased with her bequest of £200.
p. 39. 1643. 'I.S.B.C.S.D.D.Q.' [Ioannes Spencer, Bibliothecarius Collegii Sionensis...]. Tenth gift of books from John Spencer.
p. 40. 1644. 'Henry Holland, citizen and stationer of London, now aged 62 yeares ... th'onely surviving sonn of Dr. Philemon Holland...'. Gift of printed books and manuscripts.
p. 40. 1644. 'I.S.B.C.S.D.' [Ioannes Spencer, Bibliothecarius Collegii Sionensis...]. Eleventh gift of books from John Spencer.
pp. 41-45. 1644-48. 'Christopher Meredith, citizen and stationer of London, and Elizabeth (daughter of Thomas Fuller Esq) his wife'. Gift of printed books. At the end is a note: 'donavit cum uxore secundo'.
p. 46. 1646. 'Mathew Forster, sonne of Captayne Mathew Forster, merchant and vintener of London'. Gift of printed books.
p. 46. 1646. 'Ex dono authoris T.B.' [T. Boreman mathematicus. See Sion L40.2/E60 f. 45v].
p. 46. 1646. 'I.S.B.C.S.' [Ioannes Spencer, Bibliothecarius Collegii Sionensis]. Further unnumbered gift of printed books from John Spencer.
p. 47. 1646. 'Thomas Brightwell, citizen and bowyer of London'. Printed books and a manuscript purchased with gift of 56s.
p. 47. 1646. 'Colonel Robert Mainwaring, citizen and merchant of London'. Gift of printed books.
p. 47. 1646. 'Thomas Cawton, Minister of St. Bartholomew Exchange'. Gift of prayers in Arabic.
p. 47. 1646. 'Christopher Love, minister of S. Ann Aldersgate'. Gift of printed books.
p. 47. 1646. 'I.S.B.C.S.' [Ioannes Spencer, Bibliothecarius Collegii Sionensis]. Twelfth gift of printed books from John Spencer.
pp. 48-49. 1646. 'Thomas Underhill, citizen and stationer of London'. Gift of printed books.
p. 49. 1646. 'Anonymus'. Gift of books.
p. 49. 1646. 'Arthur Jackson, Rector of S. Michael Wood streete, London. Gift of a printed book.
p. 49. 1646. Richard Chiverton, sometimes of Wadham College, Oxford'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 49. 1646. 'Thomas Maynwaring, citizen and merchant taylor of London'. Gift of a Hebrew book.
p. 49. 1646. 'John Lear, of Peterhouse, Cambridg'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 49. 1646. 'Thomas Tanner, of Pembrok hall, Cambridg'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 50. 1647. 'Michael Spark, of London, stationer' [Michael Sparke (d. 1653), bookseller]. Gift of printed books.
p. 50. 1647. 'I.S.'. Thirteenth gift of printed books from John Spencer.
p. 51. 1648. 'Sir Thomas Wroth, of Petherton park in the county of Somerset'. Gift of manuscripts, Turkish and Arabic, and printed books.
p. 51. 1648. 'Roger Drake M.D., the author'. Gift of printed books.
p. 51. 1648. 'Ex dono Authoris F.R.' [Francis Roberts]. Gift of printed books.
p. 52. 1648. 'Christianus Ravius, Berlinas' [Christian Ravius (1613-1677)]. An Arabic manuscript [cf. Sion L40.2/E60 f. 50r].
p. 52. 1648. 'I.S.'. Fourteenth gift of books from John Spencer.
p. 53. 1649. 'Christopher Meredith, citizen and stationer of London, and Elizabeth (daughter of Thomas Fuller Esq) his wife'. Gift of printed books. At the end is a note: 'donavit tertio'.
p. 53. 1649. 'William Gouge D.D. Minister of Black friers church, London, and now President of this Colledg'. Gift of printed books.
p. 54. 1650. 'John Ridly, Minister'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 54. 1650. 'Samuel Clark, late of Merton College, Oxford'. Gift of printed books.
p. 54. 1650. 'William Shortgrave, Minister of Halston in Northamptonshire'. Gift of printed books.
p. 54. 1650. 'Victorinus Bythnerus, Polonus, Linguae Hebreae Professor'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 54. 1650. 'John Vicars the author' [John Vicars (1582-1652)]. Gift of printed books.
p. 54. 1650. 'I.S.'. A further unnumbered gift from John Spencer.
p. 55. 1650. 'George Calvert citisen and stationer of London'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 55. 1650. 'William Blackmore, Minister of St. Peters Cornhill, London'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 55. 1650. 'Robert Leybourn, citisen and stationer of London'. Gift of printed books.
p. 55. 1650. 'John Spering, sometime of Gonvil and Caius Colledg, Cambridg'. Gift of printed books and a manuscript.
p. 55. 1650. 'Ferdinando Hastings, Gent.'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 55. 1650. 'Philemon Stephens, stationer'. Gift of printed books.
p. 55. 1650. 'Thomas Bedford, Rector of S. Martins Outwich, London'. Gift of printed books.
p. 56. 1650. 'James Cranford, Rector of S. Christopher le Stocks, London'. Gift of printed books.
p. 56. 1650. 'Anonymus'. Gift of printed books.
p. 56. 1650. 'Robert Cheslin, late Rector of S. Matthew Friday street, London'. Bequest of printed books.
p. 57. 1651. 'Lazarus Seaman D.D., Rector of Allhallowes Bread street, London, Mr. of Peter house, Cambridge, and now President of this Colledg'. Gift of printed books.
p. 57. 1651. 'Thomas Gouge, Vicar of Sepulchers, London, and now one of the Deans of this Colledg'. Two gifts of printed books.
p. 57. 1651. 'Ralph Robinson, Rector of S. Mary Wolnoth, Lombard street, London, and now the other Dean of this Colledg'. Gift of printed books.
p. 58. 1651. 'Robert Abbot, Rector of S. Augustine, London, and now one of the Assistents of this Colledg'. Gift of printed books.
p. 58. 1651. 'Thomas Paybody, citizen and stationer of London'. Gift of printed books.
p. 58. 1651. 'Matthew Haviland, Minister of Trinity Parish, London, and now one of the Assistents of this Colledg'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 58. 1651. 'Musophilus'. Gift of printed books.
p. 58. 1651. 'George Fawler, Minister of Bridewell Precinct, London, and now one also of the Assistents of this Colledg'. Gift of printed books.
p. 58. 1651. 'Allen Gear, Minister of S. Benedict Pauls Wharf, London, and now another also of the Assistents of this Colledg'. Gift of printed books.
p. 58. 1651. 'Mathematicus'. Gift of printed books.
p. 59. 1651. 'John Wells, Minister of S. Olave Old Jury, London'. Gift of printed books.
p. 59. 1651. 'John Legate, Christopher Meredith, with other stationers interessed in the printing hereof''. Gift of a printed book.
p. 59. 1651. 'Christopher Meredith hath also given'. Gift of printed books.
p. 59. 1651. 'Musophilus'. Gift of printed books.
p. 60. 1652. 'Roger Williams of Providence in New England'. Gift of printed books and a manuscript.
p. 60. 1652. 'Christopher Feake, Minister of Christ Church, London'. Gift of printed books.
p. 60. 1652. 'Anonymus'. Gift of printed books.
p. 60. 1652. 'Margret Heydon, the wife of John Heydon, Minister'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 60. 1652. 'Anonymus'. Gift of printed books.
p. 60. 1652. 'Samuel Balmford, Minister of S. Alban, Wood street, London, one of the Assistents of this Colledg'. Gift of printed books.
p. 60. 1652. 'I.S.'. Printed books. A further unnumbered gift from John Spencer.
p. 60. 1652. 'Samuel Clark, Minister of Bennet Finck, London, and now another of the Assistents of this Colledg' [Samuel Clarke]. Gift of printed books.
p. 61. 1652. 'William Viner, citisen of London'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 61. 1652. 'Francis Raworth, Minister of S. Leonard Shordich, Middlesex'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 61. 1652. 'George Fawler, Minister of Bridewell precinct, London'. Gifts of printed books (two entries).
p. 62. 1652. 'John Rothwell, citisen and stationer of London'. Gift of printed books.
p. 62. 1653. 'Anonymus'. Gift of printed books.
p. 62. 1653. 'Thomas Paybody, citisen and stationer of London'. Gift of printed books.
p. 62. 1653. 'Thomas Newbery, citisen and stationer of London'. Gift of printed books.
p. 62. 1653. 'John Bartlet, citisen and stationer of London'. Gift of printed books.
p. 62. 1653. 'I.S.'. Printed books. A further unnumbered gift from John Spencer. Recorded as the gift of 'I.S.B.C.S' in Sion L40.2/E60, f. 59r.
p. 62. 1653. 'Thomas Newbery, citisen and stationer of London'. Further gift of printed books.
p. 63. 1654. 'Thomas Watson, Minister of S. Stephen Walbrook and now one of the Assistents of this Colledg'. Gift of printed books.
p. 63. 1654. 'Christopher Flower, Minister of S. Margret Lothbury, London'. Gift of printed books and manuscripts.
p. 63. 1654. 'William Seaman of London, Gent.'. Gift of printed books.
p. 63. 1654. 'James Cranford, Minister of S. Christopher le Stocks, London and now President of this Colledg'. Gift of printed books.
p. 63. 1654. 'William Vaughan, late citisen and Alderman of London ... uppon the motion of James Cranford, Minister'. Printed books purchased with a gift of £13 6s 8d.
p. 64. 1654. ' Joseph Cranford, citisen and stationer of London'. Gift of printed books.
p. 64. 1654. 'I.S.'. A further gift of printed books from John Spencer.
p. 64. 1654. 'James Cranford, of S. Christopher le Stocks, London, Rector ... by himself and other loving friends' [James Cranford (d. 1657)]. Gift of a printed book.
p. 64. 1654. 'William Harborne, Minister of Kyrton in the county of Nottingham'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 64. 1654. 'Simon Waterson, citisen and stationer of London'. Gift of printed books.
p. 64. 1654. 'William Wickins, Minister of S. Andrew Hubbard, London, and now one of the Assistants of this Colledg'. Gift of printed books.
p. 64. 1654. 'Thomas Steventon, citisen and grocer of London'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 64. 1654. 'Thomas Fullerus, Ecclesiae de Waltham in agro Essexiensi Minister' [Thomas Fuller (1608-1661)]. Gift of a printed book.
p. 64. 1654. 'I.S.B.C.S.' [Ioannes Spencer, Bibliothecarius Collegii Sionensis]. Further gift of printed books from John Spencer.
p. 65. 1654. 'Edward Waterhouse of Grenford in the county of Middlesex'. Gift of printed books.
p. 65. 1654. 'I.S.'. A further gift of printed books from John Spencer.
p. 65. 1654. 'John Gauden D.D., Rector of Bocking in Essex'. Gift of printed books.
p. 65. 1654. 'John Swan, Minister of Ickham, neere Canterbury'. Gift of a Russian book.
p. 65. 1654. 'Jonathan Lloyd, Minister of Dagnam in Essex'. Bequest of a printed book.
p. 65. 1654. 'Francis Duke, inhabitant of the city of Westminster'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 65. 1654. 'Nathaniel Homes D.D., Minister of S. Mary Stayning, London'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 65. 1654. 'Thomas Jacomb, Minister of S. Martins Ludgate, London'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 65. 1654. 'Arnoldus Bootius M.D.' [Arnold Boet, also recorded as Boate, Boot, Bootius, Botius, De Boot]. Gift of a printed book.
p. 65. 1654. 'Ezreel Tonge, Minister of Pluckley in Kent' [Israel Tonge (1621-1680)]. Gift of a printed book.
p. 65. 1654. 'Anonymus'. Gift of printed books.
p. 66. 1655. 'Edward Thomas, citisen and stationer of London'. Gift of printed books.
p. 66. 1655. 'Mauritius Bohemus' [Mauritius Bohemus (fl. 1647-1662), Rector of Hallaton, Leics.]. Gift of printed books. Cf. p. 69.
p. 66. 1655. 'T.B.'. Gift of printed books.
p. 66. 1655. 'Thomas Gouge, Minister of Sepulchers Church, London'. Further gift of printed books.
p. 67. 1655. 'Jacobus Cranford, ecclesiae S. Christophori le Stocks apud Londinienses Rector et Collegii hujus... Praeses' [James Cranford (d. 1657)]. Further gift of printed books.
p. 67. 1655. 'Mary Playsted, the wife of Robert Playsted, late citisen and habersdasher of London'. Printed books purchased with gift of £5.
p. 67. 1655. 'Simeon Ash, ecclesiae S. Augustini apud Londinienses Minister et Collegii hujus ... e curatoribus septem viris nunc unus' [Simeon Ashe or Ash (d. 1662)]. Gift of printed books and manuscripts.
p. 67. 1655. 'Musophilus'. Gift of printed books.
p. 68. 1655. 'Philemon Stephens, citisen and stationer of London'. Gift of printed books.
p. 68. 1655. 'I.S.'. A further gift of printed books from John Spencer.
p. 69. 1655. 'Peter Deards, sometimes Rector of Keldon in Essex and late student of this Colledg'. Printed books purchased with a bequest of £10.
p. 69. 1655. 'William Adams, citisen and Alderman of London'. Printed books purchased with a gift of £5.
p. 69. 1655. 'Robert Martin, citisen and stationer of London'. Gift of printed books.
p. 69. 1655. 'Jacobus Cranford, ecclesiae S. Christophori le Stocks apud Londinienses Rector et Collegii hujus Praeses una cum aliis Sioni benevolentibus [James Cranford (d. 1657)]. Printed books purchased with a gift of £15.
p. 69. 1655. 'Robert Littleberry citisen and habberdasher of London'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 69. 1655. 'Mauritius Bohemus, Minister of Hallauton in the county of Leicester' [Mauritius Bohemus (fl. 1647-1662), Rector of Hallaton, Leics.]. Gift of printed books. Cf. p. 66.
p. 69. 1655. 'John Wells junior, the sone of John Wells Minister of S. Olaves Jewry, London'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 70. 1656. 'Thomas Newbery, citisen and stationer of London'. Further gift of printed books.
p. 70. 1656. 'James Cranford, Rector of S. Christopher le Stocks, London ... by himself and other loving friends'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 70. 1656. 'Edmund Calamy of St. Mary Aldermanbury and Roger Drake M.D. of St. Peter Cheap, London, Ministers, with others. Gift of printed books.
p. 70. 1656. 'Thomas Underhill, citisen and stationer of London'. Further gift of printed books.
p. 71. 1656. 'John Heardman, Minister of S. John Zachary, London, and Richard Atkins Esq.'. Gift of printed books.
p. 71. 1656. ' John Austin, citisen and goldsmith of London'. Gift of printed books.
p. 71. 1656. ' John Wallis, citisen and by trade a jeweller of London'. Gift of printed books.
pp. 71-72. 1656. 'Richard Royston, citisen and stationer of London'. Gift of printed books.
p. 72. 1657. 'Henry Jessey M.A., servant of Jesus Christ'. Gift of printed books.
p. 72. 1657. 'Thomas Newbery, citisen and stationer of London'. Further gift of printed books.
p. 72. 1657. 'John Rothwel, stationer'. Further gift of printed books.
p. 72. 1657. John Meriton, Rector of S. Nicholas Acons, London, and now one of the Assistents of this Colledg'. A printed book and Arabic manuscripts.
p. 73. 1658. 'Francis Roberts, Minister of Wrington in Somerset'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 73. 1658. 'William Garbert of London, Gentleman'. Gift of a manuscript and 'a large sphere of wood'.
p. 73. 1658. 'William Blackmore, Rector of S. Peter Cornhill, London, and now one of the Assistants of this College'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 73. 1658. 'Joseph Grave, of Wadham College, Oxford'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 73. 1658. 'Andrew Nicholson, Clerk of this College'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 73. 1658. 'Rogerus Danyel, typographus'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 73. 1658. 'I.S.B.C.S.' [Ioannes Spencer, Bibliothecarius Collegii Sionensis]. Further gift of printed books from John Spencer.
p. 73. 1658. 'James Nalton, Rector of S. Martin le Grand, London'. Gift of printed books.
pp. 74-76. 1658. 'Ann, Lady Moulson, relict of Sir Thomas Moulson sometime Lord Mayor of the city of London...' [Ann Moulson, Lady Moulson (1576-1661)]. Printed books purchased with a gift of £100.
p. 76. 1658. 'John Wynn, citisen and dier of London'. Printed books purchased with a gift of £4.
p. 76. 1658. 'Sarah Wynn, daughter of John Wynn above'. Printed books purchased with a gift of £1.
p. 76. 1658. 'Jane Parker, widow'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 76. 1658. 'Jonathan Bothum, citisen and merchant of London'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 76. 1658. 'William Hiccocks, citisen and brewer of London'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 76. 1658. 'Sir Walter Earle, knight'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 76. 1658. 'John Fuller, Rector of S. Martins Ironmonger lane, London, and late one of the Assistants of this College'. Gift of printed books.
pp. 76-77. 1658. 'Bartholomew Beale Esq'. Gift of printed books.
p. 77. 1658. 'Maximilian Bard, citisen and [blank] of London'. Gift of printed books.
p. 77. 1658. 'John Dod, citisen and [blank] of London'. Gift of a printed book. [Named as 'J. Dod, citisen and salter' in Sion L40.2/E60, f. 70r].
p. 77. 1658. 'John Collyer, citisen and [blank] of London'. Gift of a printed book. [Named as 'J. Collyer, citisen and haberdasher' in Sion L40.2/E60, f. 70r].
p. 77. 1658. 'Matthew Poole, Rector of S. Michael Quern, London'. Gift of a manuscript.
p. 77. 1658. 'Simeon Ash, Rector of St. Augustine, London' [Simeon Ashe or Ash (d. 1662)]. Further gift of printed books.
p. 77. 1658. 'Samuel Clark, Rector of St. Bennet Finck, London, and now lately President of this College' [Samuel Clarke]. Gift of printed books.
p. 77. 1658. 'Henry Whittingham, citisen and merchant of London'. Gift of printed books.
p. 78. 1658. 'Thomas White, Rector of S. Mary hill, London'. Gift of printed books.
p. 78. 1658. 'Andrew Symson, Minister of Gods Word'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 78. 1658. 'the Lady Alicia Duddeley of St. Giles in the Feilds.'. Gift of printed books.
p. 78. 1658. 'Arthur Jackson, Rector of S. Fayth, London'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 78. 1658. 'Edward Blackmore, citisen and stationer of London'. Gift of printed books.
p. 79. 1658. 'Jane Maynard, wife of John Maynard, Sergeant at Law'. Gift of printed books.
p. 79. 1658. 'Thomas Hall, Rector of Kings-Norton in the county of Worcester'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 79. 1658. 'William Greenhill, Minister of Stepney neere London'. Gift of printed books.
p. 79. 1658. 'Isaac Jurin, merchant of London'. Gift of printed books.
p. 80. 1659. 'Henry Vertue, Rector of Allhallows hony-lane, London'. Further gift of a printed book.
p. 80. 1659. 'William Lane, citisen and merchant of London'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 80. 1659. 'Edward Hooker, sometime of Corpus Christi College Oxon'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 80. 1659. 'John Kitchin, Minister of S. Mary Abchurch, London'. Gift of printed books.
p. 80. 1659. 'Joseph Caryll, Pastor of S. Magnus neere the bridg, London' [Joseph Caryl (1602-1673)]. Gift of a printed book.
p. 80. 1659. 'Brought in uppon contract made with Cornelius Bee of London, bookseller'. A printed work.
p. 80. 1659. 'William Blackmore, Rector of S. Peters Corn-hill and now the senior Deane of this Colledg'. Gift of 'Herbarium Hyemale'. [This is recorded as a manuscript, given in 1660, in Sion L40.2/E60, f. 73r]
p. 80. 1659. 'Cornelius Bee, citisen and bookseller of London'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 81. 1661. 'The Right Reverend father in God Brian (now) Lord Bishop of Chester' [Brian Walton (1600-1661)]. Gift of a printed work.
p. 81. 1661. 'Edward Waterhouse Esq'. Further gift of printed books.
p. 81. 1661. 'Marmaduke Darrell, one of the noble society of Grayes Inne, Esq'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 81. 1661. 'Henry Owen, Rector of Bestrop in the county of Norfolk, sometimes M.A. of St. John the Evangelists College in Cambridg and late student of this College'. Books purchased with his bequest of £10.
p. 81. 1661. 'Robert Bowes, citisen and goldsmith of London'. Gift of printed books.
p. 82. 1661. 'William Wells, citisen and stationer of London'. Gift of printed books.
p. 82. 1661. 'John Fuller of Sidney Sussex Cambridg'. Gift of printed books.
p. 82. 1661. 'George Townrow, citisen and scrivener of London'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 82. 1661. 'Thomas Parkhurst, citisen and stationer of London'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 82. 1661. 'Thomas Watson, Minister'. Further gift of a printed book.
p. 82. 1662. 'Abraham Wright, sometime Fellow of St. John's College Oxon'. Gift of printed books.
p. 82. 1662. 'The College upon contract with Nathaniel Ekin, stationer'. Printed works of Hugh Broughton.
p. 82. 1662. 'Anonymus'. Gift of printed books.
p. 83. 1662. 'Robertus Pory S.T.D., ecclesiae cathedralis D. Pauli London canonicus residentiarius, Middlesexiae Archidiaconus et Collegii hujus de Sione (nunc) Praeses' [Robert Pory (1608?-1669)]. Gift of a printed book.
p. 83. 1662. George Gifford, Professor of Divinity in Gresham College, London, Rector of S. Dunstans East and now one of the Assistants of this College'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 83. 1662. 'Andrew Nicholson, Clark of this College'. Further gift of a printed book.
p. 83. 1662. 'Edward Waterhouse Esq'. Further gift of a printed book.
p. 83. 1662. 'Abraham Colfe, sometime Rector of S. Leonard Eastcheap, London, late of Lewsham in the county of Kent (who dyed in the yeare 1658) hath given by will 20s per annum to be layd out for one or more bookes ... he hath also given 1s per annum for ever to the Library Keeper for the time being'.
p. 83. 1662. 'William Du-Gard, clark and late Master of Merchantaylors Schoole' [William Dugard, or Du Gard (1606-1662). Bequest of printed books.
p. 84. 1663. Edward Waterhouse Esq.'. Further gift of printed books.
p. 84. 1663. 'George Smalwood [George Smallwood], Rector of St. Mary le Bow, London'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 84. 1663. 'Simeon Ash, late Minister of St. Augustines, London' [Simeon Ashe or Ash (d. 1662)]. Printed books purchased with bequest of £10.
p. 84. 1663. 'Edmundus Castellus S.T.D. ...' [Edmund Castell (1606-1685)]. Gift of a printed book.
p. 84. 1663. 'Cornelius Bee, citisen and by trade book-seller of London'. Further Gift of printed books.
p. 84. 1663. 'John Lawrence of the parish of St. Alphage, London, Jeweller. Further gift of printed books.
p. 85. 1664. '... Edward, Lord Bishop of Norwich' [Edward Reynolds]. Gift of printed books.
p. 85. 1664. 'Francis Hall D.D., Rector of St. Michael Bassishaw, London, and now one of the Assistants of this College'. Gift of printed books.
p. 85. 1664. 'Christopher Shute D.D., Rector of St. Vedast Foster-lane, London, and now President of this College'. Gift of printed books.
p. 85. 1664. 'Abraham Colfe'. Books purchased with his bequest of 20s per annum.
p. 85. 1664. 'John Bolt, late of S. Mary Magdalene, Cambridg, and now student in this College'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 85. 1664. 'John Bradshaw, Rector of St. George Botolph lane, London'. Gift of manuscripts.
p. 86. 1665. 'Samuel Bolton D.D., Rector of St. Peter the poore, London, and now President of this College'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 86. 1665. 'Thomas Neale of Warnford in the county of Southampton Esq. ...'. Books purchased with gift of £10.
p. 87. 1666. 'And here by reason of the dismall fire which consum'd this famous city of London and in it this College with the Library and a third parte of the bookes therein conteyned, as also the Hospitall for twenty poore people, ten men and ten women, many convenient chambers for students, besides those that were reserved for the meeting of the Governours and fellowes, and for the Clark and Library Keeper to dwell in. The whole fabrick at a moderate estimate being worth four thouand pounds. There were also lost the rents of severall chambers within and certayn tenements without the College to the value of one hundred and six pounds six shillings per annum. all which being thus destroyed put a sad stop to this Registry of Benefactors'.
p. 88. 1667. 'But now after some small distance of time the Governours of the College ... by Gods blessing upon their endeavours brought on severall benefactors towards the rebuilding and repairs of the sayd College and Library, whose names with the sums of monyes so given, collected or procured by them are, by way of a gratefull memoriall thus recorded to posterity...'
p. 88. 1667. Gifts of money from 'Sir John Shaw, Sir John Wolstenholme, Sir Robert Vynor, Sir Edmund Turnor, knights, together with Alderman Edward Blackwell and Francis Millington Esquiers, chief farmers of his Maiesties generall customs...'
p. 88. 1667. Gifts of money from 'Griffith Owen, citizen and brewer of London, Edward, Lord Bishop of Norwich [Edward Reynolds], Dr. William Sandcroft [William Sancroft], Dean of the cathedrall church of St. Paul, London, Dr. Robert Pory, Canon Residentiary of the cathedrall church of St. Paul, London, Dr. Edward Stillingfleet, Canon Residentiary of the cathedrall church of St. Paul, London, Dr. Simon Patrick, Rector of St. Paul, Covent Garden, Dr. John Lake, Rector of St. Butolph, Bishops-gate, London, Dr. William Bell, Vicar of St. Sepulchres, London, Joseph Thompson, Vicar of St. Dunstans West, London, Dr. Richard Mcggot, Rector of St. Olaves Southwark'.
p. 89. 1668. Gifts of money from Jeremiah Dodson, Rector of St. Katharine Coleman, London, Dr. Edward Hicks, Rector of St. Margaret Pattons, London, Dr. John Gardiner, Rector of St. Mary Abchurch, Dr. Ambrose Atfield, Vicar of St. Leonard Shorditch, Dr. R. Boreman [Robert Boreman], Rector of St. Giles in the fields, George Gifford, Rector of St. Dunstans in the West, Dr. Timothy Thurscross, Preacher to the Royall Hospitall of King James founded by Thomas Sutton [ie. Charterhouse], Dr. James Arderne, Curate of St. Buttolph Aldgate, Thomas White, Rector of Allhallows Great, London, John Luke, late of Sidney Sussex College, Cambridg, and now preacher to the English Factory at Smyrna, Thomas Grigg, Rector of St. Andrew Undershaft, London.
p. 89. 1670. Gifts of money from 'Mr. Daniell Mills [Daniel Mills], Rector of St. Olave Hart street, London, and now President of this College', and 'Samuel Pepys Esquire and Secretary to the Lords of the Admiralty ... upon the motion of Mr. Daniel Mills...'.
p. 90. 1672. Gifts of money procured by William Bell, Vicar of St. Sepulchres (gifts from 8 named donors, including Anne, Duchess of Monmouth).
p. 90. 1672. Gifts of money given and procured by Mr. George Signior (gifts from five named donors, including the Earl of Northampton and the Countess of Southampton, and from a collection at St. Giles in the Fields).
p. 90. 1674. Gift of money from Mr. Litler, 'citizen and apothecary of London'. Cf. p. 95.
p. 91. 1675. Gifts of money given and procured by 'Dr. Charles Mason, Rector of St. Peter poor, London, now President of this College' (gifts from 9 named donors, including Sir Nathaniel Herne and William Sherlock, Rector of St George, Botolph Lane).
p. 91. 1675. Gift of money from Jeremiah Copping, Gent.
p. 92. 1676. Gifts of money procured by Dr. John Meriton, President of the College. No gifts recorded.
p. 93. 1677. Gifts of money procured by Mr. George Gifford, President of the College. No gifts recorded.
p. 94. n.d. 'The names of all such benefactors who, in their love to religion and learning, have adorned, beautified or any way furnished this Library of Sion Colleg London so far as to make it a fitt capacity for books ... together with the names of all such who have any way repayred the loss of many books in the late dismall fire, susteyned or added to the number of those now remayning ...'.
'Dr. Charles Mason, Rector of St. Peter the poor'. Gift of two desks for books.
'Mr. Joseph Thompson, Vicar of St. Dunstans West'. Gift of one desk.
'Jeremiah Dodson, Rector of St. Catharine Coleman, London, and Mr. John Rudg [John Rudge], Rector of St. Mary Aldermary, London'. Gift of one desk.
'Mr. Elboro, Rector of St. Laurence Pountney, London' [Robert Elborough]. Gift of one desk.
'Mr. Slater, Vicar of St. James Clerkenwel' [William Sclater (d. 1690)]. Gift of one half desk.
'Mr. Daniel Mills, Rector of St. Olaves Hart street, London'. Gift of 19 stalls or desks and 3 half desks 'wherein books are placed for publike use'. 'He the sayd Mr. Daniel Mills ... did wainscott the upper end of the Library and set up a fair repositorie for books ... whereon is placed this large Registry of Benefactors ...'.
p. 95. n.d. 'Mr. John Morrice...'. Gift of money for the rebuilding of the College.
p. 95. n.d. 'Mr. Richard Mills, citizen and draper of London, as also Treasuror of St. Bartholomews Hospitall'. Gift of a printed work.
p. 95. n.d. 'Mr. John Williams, of St. Mildred Poultrey, London, Rector, and one of the Governours of this College'. Gift of printed books.
p. 95. n.d. 'Mr. John Nicasius, citizen and clockmaker of London'. Gift of printed books.
p. 95. n.d. 'Johannes Lawson M.D.'[John Lawson]. Gift of a printed book.
p. 95. n.d. 'Mr. [? Io] Litler, citizen and apothecary of London'. Bequest of printed books and money. Cf. p. 90. Possibly Richard Lytler, apothecary of London, will proved P.C.C. 5 Dec. 1674.
p. 95. n.d. 'Andrew Nicholson, Clark of this College'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 95. n.d. 'Mr. Samuel Conant, Rector of Litchet Matravers in the county of Dorset. Gift of a printed book.
p. 96. n.d. 'Mr. John Luke, late of Sidney Sussex College, Cambridg, and now preacher to the English Factory at Smyrna'. Gift of printed books and a Turkish manuscript.
p. 96. n.d. 'Mr. Joseph Vaghan, citizen and mercer of London'. Gift of printed books.
p. 96. n.d. 'A gentleman desirous to be unknown'. Gift of printed books.
p. 96. n.d. 'John Gosnold, late of Pembrook hall, Cambridg'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 96. n.d. 'Francis Bampfield, Chistophil.' Gift of a printed book.
p. 96. n.d. 'Gulielmus Beveregius, ecclesiae S. Petri Cornhill, London, Rector' [William Beveridge]. Gift of a printed book.
p. 96. n.d. 'Dr. Thomas Gale SC. CO. M'. Gift of printed books.
pp. 97-103. 1682. 'George Earl of Berkley' [George Berkeley (1626/7-1698), 1st Earl of Berkeley]. Gift of books and two portraits.
p. 104. 1682. 'John Luke, D.D'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 104. 1682. 'Sir Peter Vanderput'. Gift of a printed work.
p. 104. 1682. 'Mr. John Gibons'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 104. 1683. 'Mr. W. Seaman'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 104. 1685. 'Dr. Greenvil'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 104. 1685. 'N. Hodges M.D.' [Nathaniel Hodges (1629-1688)]. Gift of a printed book.
p. 104. 1685. 'Mr. Alex Innes'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 104. 1685. 'Mr. Jos. Ent'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 104. 1686. 'Dr. Slater, Minister of St. James, Clerkenwell' [William Sclater (d. 1690)]. Gift of a printed book.
p. 104. 1686. 'Dr. Allix' [Peter Allix (1641-1717)]. Gift of printed books.
p. 104. 1690. 'Mr. John Blisset, citizen of London. Gift of a printed book.
p. 104. 1690. 'Mr. Edward Stephens'. Gift of printed books.
p. 104. 1691. 'Ant. Walker D.D.'. Gift of a Hebrew manuscript and a printed book.
p. 104. 1691. 'Mr. W. Miller, stationer'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 104. 1691. 'Mr. W. Adams, mercer'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 104. 1691. 'Mr. S. [Samuel] Conant, Rector of Litchet Matravers, Dorset'. Gift of printed books.
p. 104. 1693. 'Mr. James Prince'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 104. 1693. 'Mr. John Hartley, bookseller'. Gift of printed books.
p. 104. 1694. 'Philip Sydenham Esq.'. Gift of printed books.
p. 105. 1696. 'W. Bedford D.D., Rector of St. George Buttolph lane' [William Bedford]. Gift of a printed book.
p. 105. 1696. 'Mr. Richard Sewell, Curate of St. Stephen's Coleman street'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 105. 1697. 'Mr. Gilbert Molleson, silkman'. Gift of printed books.
p. 105. 1697. Books purchased with the annual receipts from the gifts of John Wynn and Abraham Colfe (1580-1657).
p. 105. 1697. 'Mr. Robinson, envoy at the court of Sweden' [John Robinson, afterwards Bishop of London]. Gift of printed books.
p. 105. 1700. 'Mr. Philip Stubbs, Rector of St. Alphage, London'. Gift of printed books.
p. 105. 1701. 'Mr. Arthur Ashley Sykes'. Gift of printed books.
p. 105. 1701. 'Mr. W. Jole, Rector of Sarret, Hertford' [William Jole]. Gift of a printed book.
p. 105. 1701. 'Mr. Daniel Philips'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 105. 1705. 'Mr. Baker, Rector of St. Michael's Cornhill' [Samuel Baker]. Gift of a printed book.
p. 105. [1705]. 'Dr. Hody' [Humphrey Hody (1660-1707)]. Gift of a printed book.
p. 105. [1705]. 'Mr. Thomas, Rector of St. Michael's Wood street' [William Thomas]. Gift of a manuscript and a printed book.
p. 105. [1705]. 'Mr. Stainhoe, Vicar of Christs Church' [Thomas Staynoe, Vicar of Christ Church, Newgate St.]. Gift of a printed book.
p. 105. [1705]. 'Dr. Hancock, Rector of Lothbury' [John Hancock]. Gift of printed books.
pp. 105-106. 1704. 'This year the Library was repair'd and beautified'. List of 58 clergymen of the City of London who contributed.
pp. 106-120. 1705. 'John Lawson, Doctor of Physick'. Bequest of his whole library.
p. 120. 1706. 'Mr. Waple, Vicar of St. Sepulchres and president of this College' [Edward Waple]. Gift of a printed book.
p. 120. 1706. Books purchased with the annual gift under the will of Abraham Colfe (1580-1657).
pp. 120-121. 1706. 'Richard Roderick D.D., Rector of St. Michael's Bassishaw, London ...'. Gift of printed books.
p. 121. 1705. 'Mr. Henry Hoar'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 121. 1706. 'Dr. Blackall, Rector of St. Mary Aldermary' [Offspring Blackall]. Gift of a printed book.
p. 121. 1706. 'Mr. Downing, printer' [[?Joseph Downing (1676-1734) printer and bookseller]. Gift of printed books.
p. 121. 1706. 'Mr. W. Walker'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 121. 1707. 'Mr. Dechair A.M., minor canon of St. Paul's' [Edward de Chair]. Gift of a printed book.
p. 121. 1707. 'Richard Leach D.D.'. Books purchased with his bequest.
p. 121. 1707. 'Thomas Lyndford [Thomas Lynford] D.D., Rector of St. Edmund the King and then President of this College'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 121. 1707. 'Mr. Timothy Child, bookseller of London'. Gift of printed books.
p. 122. 1707. 'Mr. Carleton, Rector of Leckhamstead, Bucks.' [Edward Carleton]. Gift of a printed book.
p. 122. 1706. 'Thomas Parsell A.M. et Collegii Divi Joan. Bapt. Oxon. socius'. Gift of a printed book.
pp. 122-123. 1707 and 1708. '... Henry, Lord Bishop of London' [Henry Compton]. Gift of printed books and manuscripts.
p. 123. 1708. 'Mr. Robert Newton, Rector of St. Austin's, St. Faith's, London'. Gift of printed books.
p. 123. 1708. 'The Revd. Mr. Charles Johnson, M.A., Preacher at Grace Church and Lecturer at St. Bartholomew's the Great'. Gift of printed books.
p. 124. 1709. 'The Revd. Mr. William Elstob, Rector of St. Swithin's, London Stone'. Gift of a printed book, with a further book given by his sister Elizabeth Elstob.
p. 124. 1710. A note by William Reading on the Copyright Act under which Sion College became eligible to claim books entered at Stationers' Hall.
p. 124. 1710. '... John, Lord Bishop of Bristol (afterwards of London)' [John Robinson]. Gift of a printed book.
pp. 124-127. 1711. 'Mr. Richard Chiswell, bookseller in St. Paul's Churchyard, London'. Gift of printed books, received after Chiswell's death.
pp. 128-160. 'Thomas James, printer in Minchin Lane, London'. Gift of over 3,000 books bequeathed by Thomas James for public service and assigned by his widow Eleanor James to Sion College Library. With portraits, furniture etc. At pp. 159-160 is a list of
clergyman who contributed to chaining and setting up the James bequest in Sion College Library.
p. 160. 1711. A printed book purchased with the annual gift under the will of Abraham Colfe (1580-1657).
p. 161. Blank.
pp. 162-223. 1712. 'Edward Waple, B.D., Vicar of St. Sepulchers, London, and Archdeacon of Taunton'. Bequest of his library.
p. 223. 1713. A printed book purchased with the annual gift under the will of Abraham Colfe (1580-1657).
p. 223. n.d. 'Robert Nelson Esq'. Books purchased with gift of £20. [Entry repeated at p. 224 with the date 1715].
p. 223. 1711. 'John Groome, Vicar in Essex'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 224. 1712-14. 'Mr. John Bagford, Pensioner at the Charterhouse; ... Hum. Wanley [Humfrey Wanley], Library Keeper to Robert Earl of Oxford; ... White Kennet D.D; ... George Hickes D.D.; ... Lady Atkins; ... John Strype, M.A.'. Gifts of printed books.
p. 224. 1715. 'Mr. James Bellamy'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 224. 1715. 'Thomas Bray D.D.'. Gift of printed books.
p. 224. 1715. 'John Tristram M.D.'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 224. 1715. 'Robert Nelson Esq'. Books purchased with a bequest of £20.
pp. 224-226. 1715. 'Dr. Henry Compton, Lord Bishop of London'. Bequest of printed books.
p. 226. 1716. A printed book purchased with the annual gift under the will of Abraham Colfe (1580-1657).
p. 227. 1715-17. 'Robert Watt, LL.B.'; ... 'Guil. Nicols, A.M.' [William Nicols]; ... 'Dr. Lilly Butler when President'; ... Mr. Jos. Thompson [Joseph Thompson]'; ... Richard Rawlinson, A.M.'; ... Samuel Downes, A.M.'; ... Joan. Mapletoft, S.T.P. [John Mapletoft]'. Gifts of printed books.
p. 227. 1719. 'Richard Rawlinson, A.M.'. Gift of printed books.
p. 227. 1720. 'Charles Wheatley, M.A'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 227. 1720. 'About this time Mrs. Snow, who had accompanied the lady of Dr. Kellerman, a German physician, to Muscovy, and returned to England after they were dead, gave 18 of the Drs. books...'.
p. 228. 1721. A printed book purchased with the annual gift under the will of Abraham Colfe (1580-1657).
p. 228. 1721. Books purchased with income from sale of duplicates to Christopher Bateman.
p. 228. 1722. 'Samuel Moody M.A., Rector of Dudinghurst, Essex'. Gift of a manuscript. This entry is a later addition made in pencil in the hand of Robert Watts, Assistant Librarian from 1785 and Librarian 1799-1842.
p. 228. 1722. 'Humfrey Prideaux D.D., Dean of Norwich'. Gift of a book.
p. 228. 1723. 'White Kennet, Lord Bishop of Peterborough'. Gift of printed books.
p. 228. 1724. 'Humfrey Wanley, Keeper of the Harleyan Library'. Gifts of printed books.
p. 228. 1724. 'Archibald Hutcheson Esq'. Gift of printed books.
pp. 228-231. 1724. 'Sir Philip Sydenham Bt, of Brympton in Somersetshire'. Gifts of printed books.
p. 231. 1724. 'Mr. John Arnold'. Gift of a printed book.
pp. 231-232. 1724. 'Thomas Lynford D.D., Archdeacon of Barum and Rector of St. Edmund the King, London'. Bequest of printed books.
p. 232. 1724. 'William Berriman D.D., Rector of St. Andrews Undershaft, London'. Gift of printed books.
p. 233. 1724. 'Thomas Stanton, surgeon'. Gift of printed books.
p. 233. 1724. Printed books purchased with the annual gift under the will of Abraham Colfe (1580-1657).
p. 233. 1724. 'Mr. Mountague Wood [Montague Wood], Rector of St. Michael Royal, Dr. James Knight, Vicar of St. Sepulchers, Dr. Daniel Waterland, Rector of St. Austins, and Mr. Joseph Trapp, Vicar of Christ Church'. Books in Greek purchased with gifts of £1 each.
p. 233. 1724. 'Thomas Woolston B.D. of Sidney Sussex Col. in Cambridge'. Gift of his printed works.
pp. 234-235. 1724. Books purchased with income from sale of duplicates in the library of Edward Waple.
pp. 236-237. 1724. Books purchased with income from sale of duplicates found in the Library during the preparation of Reading's printed catalogue.
p. 238. 1725. 'William Stanley D.D., Dean of St. Asaph, Archdeacon of London...'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 238. 1725. 'Sir Philip Sydenham Bt'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 238. 1725. 'Mr. Thomas Melvil'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 238. 1725. 'Dr. Mayo sent in from the Society for Propagating Christian Knowledge..'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 238. 1725. 'Christopher Rawlinson Esq, of Cark Hall in Lancashire'. Gift of printed books.
p. 238. 1725. 'Sir Philip Sydenham Bt'. Gift of printed books.
p. 238. 1725. 'Charles Joye Esq.'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 238. 1725. 'Mr. Daniel Durand, Minister of a French church in London'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 238. 1725/6. 'William Stukeley M.D. and S.R.S.'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 239. 1726. 'Guil. Richardson' [William Richardson]. Gift of a printed book.
p. 239. 1726. 'Mr. Joseph Burton of Islington'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 239. 1726. 'Mr. Thomas Granger of the East India House'. Gift of a manuscript.
p. 239. 1726. 'Mr. John Smart of Guildhall, London'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 239. 1726/7. 'Magister Crellius, Joannis Crellii Franci ex filio nepos'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 239. 1726/7. 'Mr. Nathaniel Lardner of Hoxton near London'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 239. 1727. 'Dr. Thomas Bennet, Vicar of St. Giles Cripplegate'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 239. 1727. '... Francis Nicholson, Governor of South Carolina'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 239. 1727. 'Charles Wheatley M.A.'. Gift of a Book of Common Prayer with his manuscript additions.
p. 239. 1727. 'Mr. William Whiston'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 239. 1727. 'Mr. Joseph Burton of Islington'. Gift of printed books.
p. 240. 1727. 'Sir Philip Sydenham Bt'. Gift of printed books.
p. 240. 1727. 'Mr. Hawley Bishop'. Gift of printed books.
p. 240. 1727. 'Sir Philip Sydenham Bt'. Gift of printed books.
p. 240. 1727. 'Mr. Joseph Burton of Islington'. Gift of printed books.
p. 240. 1727. 'Sir Philip Sydenham Bt'. Gift of printed books.
p. 240. 1727. 'Mr. Joseph Burton of Islington'. Gift of printed books.
p. 240. 1727. 'Sir Philip Sydenham Bt'. Gift of a printed book, a printed catalogue of his library and his portrait.
pp. 240-241. 1727-1727/8. 'Mr. Joseph Burton of Islington'. Gifts of printed books.
p. 241. 1727. 'Sir Philip Sydenham Bt'. Gift of printed books.
p. 241. 1727/8. 'Mr. Joseph Burton of Islington'. Gift of printed books.
p. 241. 1728. 'Arthur Bedford M.A'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 241. 1728. 'Mr. John Lindsay' [John Lindsay (1685/6-1768), nonjuring clergyman]. Gift of printed books and pamphlets.
p. 241. 1728. Printed books purchased with the annual gift under the will of Abraham Colfe (1580-1657).
p. 241. 1728. 'Sir Philip Sydenham Bt'. Gift of printed books.
pp. 241-242. 1728. 'Dr. Thomas Bennet, Vicar of St. Giles Cripplegate'. Gift of printed books.
p. 242. 1728. 'Mr. Morgan, Lecturer at St. Edmunds, Lombard Street'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 242. 1728. 'Revd. Mr. John Lindsay' [John Lindsay (1685/6-1768), nonjuring clergyman]. Gift of over 200 printed books and pamphlets (not listed).
p. 242. 1728. 'Sir Philip Sydenham Bt'. Gift of printed books.
p. 242. 1728. 'John Denne D.D, Vicar of St. Leonards Shorediche'. Gift of printed books.
p. 242. 1728/9. 'Fran Barnard D.D., Rector of St. Barth. near the Royal Exchange' [Francis Bernard]. Gift of printed books.
p. 242. 1729. 'Richard Rawlinson LL.D., and F.R.S.' Gift of a printed book.
p. 242. 1729. 'Richard Sear M.A. and President of the College'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 242. 1729. 'Thomas Spateman M.A., Minister of St. Bartholomew the Great'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 242. 1729. 'John Entick, student in Divinity'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 242. 1729. 'Richard Rawlinson LL.D., and F.R.S.' Gift of printed books.
p. 243. 1729. 'Henry Parker M.A., Rector of St. Michaels Crooked Lane'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 243. 1729. 'Mr. Joseph Burton of Islington'. Gift of printed books.
p. 243. 1729. 'Sir Philip Sydenham Bt'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 243. 1729. 'Joannes Martyn S.R.S.' [John Martyn FRS (1699-1768), botanist; cf. p.251]. Gift of a printed book.
pp. 243-244. 1729. 'Mr. Joseph Burton of Islington'. Gift of printed books.
p. 244. 1729. 'Sir Philip Sydenham Bt'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 244. 1730. 'Mr. Arnold'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 244. 1730. Printed books purchased with the annual gift under the will of Abraham Colfe (1580-1657).
p. 244. 1730. 'Mr. Sherlock, Rector of St. George Botolph Lane' [William Sherlock]. Books purchased with gift of 2 guineas.
p. 244. 1730. 'Arthur Bedford M.A.'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 244. 1730. 'Isaac Maddox D.D., Rector of St. Vedast, Foster Lane'. Gift of a printed book.
pp. 244-245. 1730. 'Mr. William Whiston sent in his works bound in 26 vols, being the gift of a person unknown...'.
p. 245. 1730. 'Richard Goodwin D.D.', Rector of Tankersly in Yorkshire'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 245. 1730. 'Mr. J. Lewis, Minister of Margate in Kent' [John Lewis]. Gift of a printed book.
p. 245. 1731. 'Dr. Nichols, Vicar of St. Giles Cripplegate' [William Nicolls]. Gift of a printed book.
p. 245. 1731. 'Mr. J. Lewis of Margate in Kent' [John Lewis]. Gift of a printed book.
p. 245. 1731. 'Mr. Richard Symonds, oylman in Thames Street'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 245. 1731. 'Dr. Thomas Willson, Lord Bishop of Man' [Thomas Wilson]. Gift of printed books.
p. 245. 1731/2. 'Dr. John Waugh, Bishop of Carlile'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 245. 1732. 'Master John Owen'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 245. 1732. 'Thomas Dawson D.D.'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 245. 1732. 'Richard Rawlinson LL.D.'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 245. 1732. 'Mr. John Arnold of Islington'. Gift of printed tracts.
p. 245. 1732. Printed books purchased with the annual gift under the will of Abraham Colfe (1580-1657).
p. 245. 1733. 'Unknown'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 245. 1733. 'William Berryman D.D.'. Gift of printed tracts.
p. 245. 1733. 'Sir Philip Sydenham'. Gift of printed books
p. 246. 1733. 'William Berryman D.D.'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 246. 1733. 'Mr. Joseph Burton of Islington'. Gift of printed books.
p. 246. 1733/4. 'Sir Philip Sydenham Bt'. Two gifts of printed books.
p. 246. 1733/4. Purchase of a printed book with gifts from 9 named London rectors.
p. 246. 1733/4. 'Mr. William Whiston'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 246. 1733/4. 'Mr. Nathaniel Lardner' [Nathaniel Lardner (1684-1768), Presbyterian minister and patristic scholar]. Gift of a printed book.
p. 246. 1734. 'Sir Philip Sydenham Bt'. Gift of printed books.
p. 247. 1734. 'Mr. Wagstaff'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 247. 1734. 'Sir Philip Sydenham Bt'. Gift of printed books.
p. 247. 1734. 'Mr. Bailey, Curate and Lecturer of St. Michael Queen Hythe'. Gift of a printed book.
pp. 247-249. 1734. 'Richard Rawlinson of London LL.D.' Gift of printed books.
p. 250. 1734. 'Sir Philip Sydenham Bt'. Gift of printed books.
p. 250. 1734. 'Samuel Moody M.A.'. Gift of printed books.
p. 250. 1734/5. 'Mr. Robert Poole of Islington' [Robert Poole (1707/8-1752), physician and theological writer]. Gift of printed books.
p. 250. 1735. 'Sir Philip Sydenham Bt'. Gift of printed books.
p. 250. 1735. 'Dr. Samuel Lisle, Rector of St. Mary le Bow...'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 250. 1735. Purchase of a printed book with gifts from 7 London clergymen.
p. 251. 1735. Printed book purchased with the annual gift under the will of Abraham Colfe (1580-1657).
p. 251. 1735 and 1737. 'Mr. Robert Poole of Islington' [Robert Poole (1707/8-1752), physician and theological writer]. Gifts of printed books.
p. 251. 1736. 'Mr. W. Wallis, Rector of St. Mildred Poultry' [William Wallis]. Gift of a printed book.
p. 251. 1736/7. 'John Martyn, Botanist'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 251. 1736/7. 'Sir Philip Sydenham Bt'. Gift of printed books.
p. 251. 1736/7. 'Dr. Reuben Clark, Rector of St. Magnus...'. A printed book purchased with support of a gift of 1 guinea.
p. 251. 1737. 'Mr. Robert Poole of Islington' [Robert Poole (1707/8-1752), physician and theological writer]. Gift of printed books.
p. 251. 1737. 'The Hon. Archibald Campbell of Marsham Street, Westminster'. Gift of manuscripts.
p. 251. 1737. 'Matthias Symson [Matthias Simpson], Prebendary of Lincoln'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 252. 1738. Printed book purchased with the annual gift under the will of Abraham Colfe (1580-1657).
p. 252. 1738. 'Richard Rawlinson LL.D.'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 252. 1738. 'Mr. Joseph Burton of Islington'. Gift of printed books.
p. 252. 1738. 'Mr. Robert Poole of Islington' [Robert Poole (1707/8-1752), physician and theological writer]. Gift of a printed book.
p. 252. 1738. 'Mr. Thomas Wilson, Rector of St. Stephens Wallbrook'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 252. 1739. 'Dr. John Denne, Vicar of St. Leonards Shoreditch'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 252. 1739. 'Dr. Samuel Holcombe, Dr. William Ayerst, Rector of St. Swithins London Stone, and Dr. Sedgwick [William Sedgwick], Rector of St. Clements East cheap ... and Mr. Arthur Bedford, chaplain of Asks Hospital'. Books purchased with gifts of money.
p. 252. 1739/40. 'Mr. Nathaniel Lardner' [Nathaniel Lardner (1684-1768), Presbyterian minister and patristic scholar]. Gifts of printed books.
p. 252. 1740. 'Mr. Robert Poole of Islington [Robert Poole (1707/8-1752), physician and theological writer]. Gift of printed books.
p. 252. 1740. 'Robert Foulkes M.D.'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 252. 1740. 'Dr. Richard Rawlinson'. Gift of printed books.
p. 253. 1740. 'Mr. Joseph Burton of Islington'. Gift of printed books.
p. 253. 1740. 'Mr. Arthur Bedford'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 253. 1741. 'John Berriman M.A'. Gift of printed books.
p. 253. 1741. Printed books purchased with the annual gift under the will of Abraham Colfe (1580-1657).
p. 253. 1741. 'Mr. Robert Poole of Islington' [Robert Poole (1707/8-1752), physician and theological writer]. Gift of a printed book.
p. 253. 1741. 'Mr. Isaac Waldo'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 253. 1741. 'Mr. Arthur Bedford, chaplain of Asks Hospital'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 253. 1741. 'Edward Cobden D.D., Rector of St. Austins'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 253. 1742. 'Richard Biscoe M.A.' Gift of a printed book.
p. 253. 1742. 'Robert Poole M.D.' [Robert Poole (1707/8-1752), physician and theological writer].
p. 253. 1742. 'William Berriman D.D.' Gift of printed books.
p. 254. 1743. 'Mr. Arthur Bedford'. Gift of printed books.
p. 254. 1743. 'Sir Philip Sydenham'. Gift of printed books.
p. 254. 1743. 'Guil. Richardson S.T.P. Cantab' [William Richardson]. Gift of printed books.
p. 254. 1743. 'Dr. Robert Poole' [Robert Poole (1707/8-1752), physician and theological writer]. Gift of printed books.
p. 254. 1743/4. 'Mr. Joseph Speed, Merchant at Aldgate'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 254. 1743/4. 'John Berriman M.A., Rector of St. Albans Wood street'. Gift of printed books.
p. 254. 1744. 'Mr. John Sparke, Curate of Christ Church, London'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 254. 1744. Printed books purchased with the annual gift under the will of Abraham Colfe (1580-1657).
p. 255. 1744. 'Dr. Richard Rawlinson'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 255. 1744. 'John Berriman M.A., Rector of St. Albans Wood street'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 255. 1745. 'Mr. Lardner' [Nathaniel Lardner (1684-1768), Presbyterian minister and patristic scholar].
p. 255. 1745. 'William Brakenridge M.A., Rector of St. Michael Bassishaw'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 255. 1745. 'Mr. Sedgewick, surgeon in London'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 255. 1745/6. 'Mr. Jacob Smith'. Gift of two Chinese books.
p. 255. 1745/6. 'Dr. Nichols of Criplegate' [William Nicolls, Vicar of St. Giles Without Cripplegate]. Books purchased with fines paid by him.
p. 255. 1745/6. 'Mr. Thomas, Rector of St. Peter's Cornhill' [John Thomas]. Books purchased with a gift of one guinea.
pp. 255-256. 1745/6. Printed books received from Stationers' Hall, from Michaelmas 1742.
p. 256. 1746. 'The Revd. Dr. Hussey of Alhallows the Great' [Christopher Hussey] and 'Revd. Mr. Mills of St. Edmund' [Jeremiah Mills]. Books purchased with a fine and a gift.
p. 256. 1746. 'The Revd Dr. Trapp' [?Dr. Joseph Trapp]. Gift of a printed book.
p. 256. 1746. 'John Lewis M.A., Minister of Margate'. Gift of printed books.
p. 256. 1746. Printed book purchased with the annual gift under the will of Abraham Colfe (1580-1657).
p. 256. 1746/7. 'The Revd. Mr. Jefferys, Rector of St. Nicholas Coleaby' [John Jeffreys]. Printed books purchased with a gift of one guinea.
p. 256. 1747. 'The Revd. Mr. Thoresby, Rector of St. Catharine Coleman' [Richard Thoresby]. Printed books purchased with a gift of one guinea.
p. 256. 1747. 'The Revd. Mr. Gibson, Rector of St. Magnus' [Robert Gibson]. Printed books purchased with a gift of one guinea.
p. 256. 1747. 'Dr. Richard Rawlinson'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 256. 1747/8. 'The Revd. Dr. Mangey, Prebendary of Durham' [Thomas Mangey]. Gift of a printed book.
p. 256. 1747/8. 'Mr. Lardner' [Nathaniel Lardner (1684-1768), Presbyterian minister and patristic scholar]. Gift of a printed book.
p. 256. 1748. Printed books purchased with the annual gift under the will of Abraham Colfe (1580-1657).
p. 256. 1748. 'The Revd. Mr. Barbauld, Rector of St. Vedast Foster Lane' [Theophilus Lewis Barbault]. Printed books purchased with a gift of one guinea.
p. 256. 1748. 'The Revd. Dr. Shuckford' [Samuel Shuckford]. Gift of a printed book.
p. 257. 1748. Printed books received from Stationers' Hall, Michaelmas 1745-Lady Day 1748.
p. 258. 1748. 'The Revd Dr Shuckford, Rector of Alhallows [Samuel Shuckford], and Revd. Mr. Fayting, Rector of St. M. Outwich' [Nicholas Fayting, Rector of St. Martin Outwich]. Book purchased with gifts of one guinea.
p. 258. 1749. 'The Revd Dr Newton, Rector of St Mary le Bow' [Thomas Newton (1704-1782), afterwards Bishop of Bristol]. Gift of a printed book.
p. 258. 1749. 'The Revd Dr Kemp, Rector of St Michael Crooked Lane' [Thomas Kemp]. Gift of a printed book.
p. 258. 1749-1750. 'The Revd Mr. Berriman, Rector of St Albans Wood street' [John Berryman]. Gifts of manuscripts and a printed book.
p. 258. 1751. 'The Revd Mr. Hall, Library Keeper to the Archbishop of Canterbury' [Henry Hall]. Gift of a printed book.
p. 258. 1751. 'Dr. Cobden, Archdeacon of London' [Edward Cobden]. Gift of manuscripts.
p. 258. 1751. 'The Revd Mr. Berriman' [John Berryman]. Gift of printed books and a Turkish manuscript.
p. 258. 1751. 'Dr Richard Rawlinson'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 258. 1752. 'Dr Newton' [Thomas Newton (1704-1782), afterwards Bishop of Bristol]
pp. 258-260. 1752. Printed books received from Stationers' Hall, Michaelmas 1748-Lady Day 1752.
p. 260. 1752. 'Mr. Cogan' [Francis Cogan, publisher]. Gift of a printed book.
p. 260. 1752. 'Dr. Lardner' [Nathaniel Lardner (1684-1768), Presbyterian minister and patristic scholar]. Gift of a printed book.
p. 260. 1752. 'The Revd Mr. John Berriman' [John Berryman]. Gift of a printed book.
p. 260. 1753. Printed books received from Stationers' Hall, Lady Day 1752 to Lady Day 1753.
p. 260. 1753. 'Dr. Lardner' [Nathaniel Lardner (1684-1768), Presbyterian minister and patristic scholar]. Gift of a printed book.
pp. 260-261. Printed books received from Stationers' Hall, Lady Day 1753 to Lady Day 1754.
p. 261. 1754-1757. 'Dr Lardner' [Nathaniel Lardner (1684-1768), Presbyterian minister and patristic scholar]. Gifts of printed books.
p. 261. 1757. 'Philip, Lord Royston' [Philip Yorke, Viscount Royston, afterwards 2nd Earl of Hardwicke]. Gift of a printed book.
p. 261. 1757. 'The Revd William Stukely M.D.' [William Stukeley (1687-1765)]. Gift of printed books.
p. 261. 1758. 'Dr. Samuel Nicols, Master of the Temple' [Samuel Nicolls]. Gift of a printed book.
p. 261. 1758-9. Printed books purchased with the annual gift under the will of Abraham Colfe (1580-1657).
p. 262. 1759. Printed books purchased with the annual gift under the will of John Wynn.
p. 262. 1759. 'Revd Dr Salter, Rector of St. Bartholomew by the Exchange' [Samuel Salter]. Gift of printed books.
p. 262. 1762. Note by William Clements on a gap in the register from 1759 to 1762.
pp. 263-265. Blank.
p. 266. 1763. 'Dr. Dalton, Rector of St. Mary at Hill' [John Dalton]. Gift of a printed book.
pp. 266-267. 1763-1765. Printed books received from Stationers' Hall 1763-5.
p. 267. 1765. 'Mr. Sharp, Vicar of St. Bartholomew the less' [Thomas Sharp]. Gift of a printed book.
pp. 267-272. Printed books received from Stationers' Hall 1765-70.
p. 272. 1770. 'Zachary, Lord Bishop of Rochester' [Zachary Pearce]. Printed books purchased with a gift of £10.
pp. 272-276. 1770-1772. Printed books received from Stationers' Hall 1770-72.
p. 276. 1772. 'Mr. Granville Sharp'. Gift of printed books.
pp. 276-277. Printed books received from Stationers' Hall 1773.
p. 278. 1773. 'Richard, Lord Bishop of London' [Richard Terrick]. Books purchased with gift of £20.
p. 278. 1773. 'John Thomas D.D., Dean of Westminster'. Gift of 8 guineas for a subscription to a printed work.
p. 278. 1773. 'Revd. Richard Wynne M.A., Rector of St. Alphage'. Gift of manuscripts.
p. 279. 1773. 'Mr. Granville Sharp'. Gift of a printed book.
pp. 279-280. Printed books received from Stationers' Hall 1773.
p. 280. 1773. 'Daniel Burton D.D., Canon of Christ Church, Oxford, ... President of this College'. Gift of a printed book.
pp. 280-285. Printed books received from Stationers' Hall 1774-5.
p. 285. 1775. 'Mr. Granville Sharp'. Gift of a printed book.
pp. 285-288. Printed books received from Stationers' Hall 1775-6.
p. 288. 1776. 'Revd. William Gilbank M.A., Rector of St Ethelburga'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 288. 1776. 'Revd. Luke Heslop M.A., Rector of St Peter le poor'. Gift of a printed book.
pp. 288-293. Printed books received from Stationers' Hall 1776-7.
p. 293. 1777. 'Mr. Granville Sharp'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 293. 1777. 'Robert, Lord Bishop of London' [Robert Lowth]. Gift of printed books.
pp. 293-295. Printed books received from Stationers' Hall 1777.
p. 295. 1777. 'The Lord Archbishop of Canterbury' [Frederick Cornwallis]. Gift of a printed book.
p. 295. 1777. 'Revd. Jeremiah Mills D.D., Dean of Exeter'. Gift of printed books.
pp. 295-297. Printed books received from Stationers' Hall 1778.
p. 297. 1778. 'Mr. Granville Sharp'. Gift of printed books.
pp. 297-299. Printed books received from Stationers' Hall 1778.
p. 299. 1778. 'The Lord Archbishop of Canterbury' [Frederick Cornwallis]. Gift of a printed book.
p. 299. 1778. 'Robert, Lord Bishop of London' [Robert Lowth]. Gift of a printed book.
pp. 299-301. Printed books received from Stationers' Hall 1779.
p. 301. 1779. 'Revd John Naish, Vicar of St Helens Bishopsgate Street. Gift of a printed book.
pp. 301-309. Printed books received from Stationers' Hall 1779-81.
p. 309. 1781. 'Revd. William Parker D.D., Rector of St James Westminster'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 309. 1781. 'Mr. Daniel Prince, Bookseller at Oxford'. Gift of printed books.
p. 309. 1781. 'Revd. Mr. John Newton, Rector of St Mary Woolnoth'. Gift of printed books.
p. 310. 1781. 'Revd. R. Shepherd B.D.' Gift of a printed book.
pp. 310-311. Printed books received from Stationers' Hall 1781-2.
p. 311. 1782. 'Mr. Daniel Prince, Bookseller at Oxford'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 312. 1782. 'Revd. Duncombe Bristowe D.D. [Duncombe Bristowe d. 1758], late Minister of Allhallows Staining, London'. Printed book purchased with a legacy of £30.
p. 312. 1782. 'Mr. Daniel Prince, Bookseller at Oxford'. Gift of a printed book.
pp. 312-313. Printed books received from Stationers' Hall 1782.
p. 313. 1782. Printed book purchased by the College.
pp. 313-315. Printed books received from Stationers' Hall 1783.
p. 315. 1783. 'Mr. Granville Sharp'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 315. 1783. 'Revd. Jeremiah Mills D.D., Dean of Exeter'. Gift of a manuscript.
pp. 315-321. Printed books received from Stationers' Hall 1783-5.
p. 321. 1785. 'Mr. Daniel Prince, Bookseller at Oxford'. Gift of printed books.
p. 321. 1785. 'Revd. William Clements M.A., Librarian'. Gift of printed books.
p. 322. 1785. 'Revd. John Prince B.A., Vicar of Grays in Essex'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 322. 1785. 'Revd. John Newton, Rector of St Mary Woolnoth'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 322. 1785. 'Revd. Mr. Benjamin la Trobe'. Gift of a printed book.
pp. 322-323. Printed books received from Stationers' Hall 1786.
p. 323. 1786. 'Lyde Browne Esq.'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 323. 1786. 'Revd. John Prince'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 323. 1786. 'Revd. John Newton, Rector of St Mary Woolnoth'. Gift of a printed book.
pp. 323-324. Printed books received from Stationers' Hall 1786.
p. 325. 1786. 'Mr. Daniel Prince, Bookseller at Oxford'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 325. 1786. 'A person unknown'. Gift of printed books.
p. 325. 1786. 'Revd. Robert Watts'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 325. 1786. Printed book purchased by the College.
pp. 325-326. Printed books received from Stationers' Hall 1787.
p. 326. 1787. 'Brand Hollis Esq'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 326. 1787. 'Revd. William Clements M.A., Librarian'. Gift of printed books.
p. 326. 1787. 'Revd. Robert Watts'. Gift of printed books.
p. 326. 1787. 'Trustees of the British Museum'. Gift of a printed book.
pp. 326-328. Printed books received from Stationers' Hall 1787.
p. 328. 1787. 'Revd. John Prince A.B., Vicar of Grays in Essex'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 328. 1787. 'Revd. William Clements M.A., Librarian'. Gift of printed books.
p. 328-330. Printed books received from Stationers' Hall 1788.
p. 330. 1788. 'Revd. William Clements M.A., Librarian'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 330. 1788. 'Revd. Robert Watts'. Gift of printed books.
p. 330. 1788. 'Mr. Daniel Prince, Bookseller at Oxford'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 330. 1788. 'Mr. John Caley F.S.A.'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 330. 1788. 'Mr. Granville Sharp'. Gift of a printed book.
pp. 330-332. Printed books received from Stationers' Hall 1788.
p. 332. 1788. 'Mr. John Caley'. Gift of a printed book.
pp. 332-333. 1788. 'Revd. William Clements M.A., Librarian'. Gift of printed books.
pp. 333-334. Printed books received from Stationers' Hall 1789.
p. 334. 1789. 'Beilby Porteus D.D., Lord Bishop of London'. Gift of printed books.
pp. 334-335. 1789. 'Revd. Mr. Wynne [Richard Wynne]'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 335. 1789. 'Revd. Dr. Gaskin, Secretary of the Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge' [George Gaskin]. Gift of a printed book.
p. 335. 1789. 'Revd. Mr. Swaine, Lecturer of St. Augustine's, London' [John Hadley Swain]. Gift of a printed book.
p. 335. 1789. 'Revd. Dr. Trusler'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 335. 1789. 'Mr. Daniel Prince, of Oxford'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 335. 1789. 'Revd. William Clements, Librarian'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 335. 1789. Sale of duplicates.
p. 335. 1789. 'Revd. Robert Watts'. Gifts of printed books (three entries)
p. 335. 1789. John Caley Esq, of Gray's Inn, Barrister at Law and F.A.S..'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 335. 1789. Printed book purchased by the College.
p. 336. 1790. Printed books purchased by the College (three entries).
p. 336. 1790. 'Revd. Robert Watts'. Gifts of printed books (two entries).
p. 336. 1790. 'Revd. Henry Jerome de Salis D.D., Rector of St. Antholin's Budge Row'. Gift of printed books.
p. 336. 1790. 'Revd. Dr. William Morice, President [William Morice (d.1819)]'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 336. 1790. 'John Williams LL.D.' Gift of a printed book.
p. 336. 1791. 'Revd. Dr. William Morice' [William Morice (d.1819)]. Gift of a printed book.
p. 336. 1791. 'Revd. Robert Watts'. Gift of printed books.
p. 336. 1791. 'Mr. Daniel Prince, of Oxford'. Gift of printed books.
p. 336. 1792. 'Francis Maseres Esq, F.R.S., Cursitor Baron of ... Exchequer'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 337. 1792. 'Revd. Robert Watts'. Gift of printed books.
p. 337. 1792. Printed books purchased with the annual gift under the will of John Wynn.
p. 337. 1792. 'Revd, Nevil Maskelyne D.D., F.R.S. and Astronomer Royal'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 337. 1792. 'Revd. George Gaskin D.D., Rector of St. Benet Gracechurch and St. Leonard Eastcheap'. Gift of printed books.
p. 337. 1793. Printed book purchased with the annual gift under the will of John Wynn.
p. 337. 1793. Sale of duplicates.
p. 337. 1793. 'R. Watts' [Robert Watts]. Gift of printed books.
p. 337. 1793. 'Mr. Daniel Prince, of Oxford'. Gift of printed books.
p. 337. 1793. 'University of Cambridge'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 338. 1794. 'Revd. Mr. Todd of Canterbury'. Gifts of printed books (two entries).
p. 338. 1794. 'R. Watts' [Robert Watts]. Gifts of printed books (two entries).
p. 338. 1794. 'Revd. Dr. Gaskin' [George Gaskin]. Gift of a printed book.
p. 338. 1794. 'Revd. Dr. Conybeare, Rector of St. Botolph's Bishopsgate' [William Conybeare]. Gift of a printed book.
p. 338. 1794. Revd. Mr. Rennell, Rector of St. Magnus London Bridge' [Thomas Rennell]. Gift of a printed book.
p. 338. 1794. 'The Lord Bishop of Waterford' [William Newcome]. Gift of a printed book.
p. 338. 1794. 'Revd. Dr. Morice' [William Morice (d.1819)]. Gift of a printed book.
p. 338. 1794. 'Revd. Dr. Thomas Rennell'. Gift of printed books.
p. 338. 1794. 'Revd. Daniel Batwell, a tenant of the College'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 338. 1795. Printed book purchased with the annual gift under the will of John Wynn.
p. 338. 1795. 'Lord Bishop of London' [Beilby Porteus]. Gift of a printed book.
p. 338. 1795. Anonymous. Gift of a printed book.
p. 338. 1795. 'Revd. Mr. Underwood, Rector of St. Mary Abchurch and President of this College' [Benjamin Underwood]. Gift of a printed book.
p. 338. 1795. 'Revd. Francis Wollaston LL.B. ... Rector of St. Vedast's Foster Lane'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 338. 1795. 'Revd. Dr. Morice' [William Morice (d.1819)]. Gift of a printed book.
p. 339. 1795. 'Revd. Dr. Rennell, Rector of St. Magnus' [Thomas Rennell]. Gift of a printed book.
p. 339. 1795. 'Revd. Andrew Philip Poston A.M., Minister of St. George's Bloomsbury'. Gifts of printed books (two entries).
p. 339. 1795. Printed book purchased with the annual gift under the will of John Wynn.
p. 339. 1795. 'Revd. William Morice D.D.' [William Morice (d.1819)]. Gift of a printed book.
p. 339. 1796. Anonymous. Gift of a printed book.
p. 339. 1796. 'Revd. Henry Jerome de Salis D.D., Rector of St. Antholin's'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 339. 1796. 'Revd. Dr. Morice' [William Morice (d.1819)]. Gift of a printed book.
p. 339. 1796. 'George Fair, of Bartholomew Close, London, Gentleman'. Gift of two bibles interleaved with manuscript notes.
p. 339. 1796. 'Francis Maseres Esq, F.R.S., Cursitor Baron of ... Exchequer'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 340. 1796. 'Revd. Mr. James Cowe'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 340. 1796. 'Francis Henry Egerton' [Earl of Bridgewater]. Gift of a printed book.
p. 340. 1797. 'Revd. Mr. Wrench, Rector of St. Michael's Cornhill' [Thomas Robert Wrench]. Gift of a printed book.
p. 340. 1797. Printed book purchased with the annual gift under the will of John Wynn.
p. 340. 1797. 'Major William Ouseley'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 340. 1797. 'Revd. William Beloe, Rector of Allhallows on the Wall'. Gift of printed books.
p. 340. 1797. 'Revd. Dr. Gaskin, Rector of St. Bene't Gracechurch' [George Gaskin]. Gifts of printed books (two entries).
p. 340. 1797. 'Revd. Dr. Rennell, Rector of St. Magnus' [Thomas Rennell]. Gift of a printed book.
p. 340. 1797. 'Revd. Dr. Morice' [William Morice (d.1819)]. Gift of a printed book.
p. 340. 1797. 'Mr. Henry Ellis, of St. John's College, Oxford'. Gift of a survey of St. Leonard Shoreditch.
p. 340. 1797. 'William Clements, Librarian'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 340. 1797. 'Robert Watts'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 340. 1798. 'Revd. George Stepney Townley, Rector of St. Stephen's Walbrook'. Gift of a printed book.
pp. 340-341. 1798. Printed books purchased with the annual gift under the will of John Wynn.
p. 341. 1798. 'Revd. Dr. Morice, Rector of Allhallows, Bread Street' [William Morice (d.1819)]. Gift of a printed book.
p. 341. 1798. 'Revd. Thomas Robert Wrench, Rector of St. Michael's Cornhill'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 341. 1798. 'Revd. William van Mildert, Rector of St. Mary le Bow'. Gift of printed books.
p. 341. 1798. Printed book purchased with the annual gift under the will of John Wynn.
p. 341. 1798. 'George Fair, of Bartholomew Close'. Gift of a Bible with manuscript notes.
p. 341. 1798. 'Revd. Dr. Thomas Rennell, Master of the Temple'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 341. 1798. 'Mr. John Marsom, bookseller'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 341. 1798. Printed book purchased with the annual gift under the will of John Wynn.
pp. 341-342. 1798-99. 'Executors of the late Revd. Edmund Gibson'. Gift of tracts collected by Edmund Gibson, Bishop of London (two entries).
p. 342. 1799. Printed book purchased with the annual gift under the will of John Wynn.
p. 342. 1799. 'Revd. Dr. Morice' [William Morice (d.1819)]. Gift of a printed book.
p. 342. 1799. 'Revd. Mr. Cowe' [?James Cowe; see gifts in 1796 and 1803]. Gift of printed books.
pp. 342-348. 1799. 'William Clements M.A., Librarian of this College'. Bequest of all his printed books.
pp. 348-349. 1799. 'Mr. Thomas Parker and Mr. William George Sibley, Executors of the late Rev. William Clements, Librarian'. Gift of manuscripts.
p. 349. 1799. 'Robert Watts, Librarian'. Gift of printed books.
p. 349. 1799. Printed books purchased with the annual gift under the will of John Wynn.
p. 349. 1799. 'Revd. Mr. Thomas Bowen, Minister of Bridewell Precinct'. Gift of printed books.
p. 350. 1800. Printed book purchased with the annual gift under the will of John Wynn (three entries).
p. 350. 1800. 'Revd. William Vincent D.D., Rector of Allhallows Thames Street'. Gift of a manuscript.
p. 350. 1800. Books purchased by the College (two entries).
p. 350. 1800. 'Revd. Dr. Morice, Rector of Allhallows Bread Street' [William Morice (d.1819)]. Gift of a printed book.
p. 350. 1801. 'Rev. H. B. Wilson A.M., Curate of St. Michael Bassishaw' [Harry Bristow Wilson]. Gift of a printed book.
p. 350. 1801. 'Mr. Baron Maseres' [Francis Maseres, F.R.S., Cursitor Baron of ... Exchequer]. Gift of a printed book.
p. 350. 1801. 'Rev. Richard Caddick M.A, of Christ Church, Oxford, Curate of St. Mary Aldermanbury'. Gift of printed books.
p. 350. 1801. Printed book purchased with the annual gift under the will of John Wynn.
p. 350. 1801. 'Revd. Dr. Morice, Rector of Allhallows Bread Street' [William Morice (d.1819)]. Gift of a printed book.
p. 350. 1801. 'Dr. Holmes'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 351. 1801. 'Revd. Richard Shepherd D.D., Archdeacon of Bedford'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 351. 1801. 'Revd. Joseph Holden Pott M.A., Archdeacon of St. Albans'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 351. 1801. Printed book purchased with the annual gift under the will of John Wynn.
p. 351. 1801. 'Rev. Henry John Todd M.A., Rector of Allhallows Lombard Street'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 351. 1801. 'John Nichols, printer'. Gift of printed books.
p. 351. 1802. 'Robert Watts, Librarian'. Gift of printed books.
p. 352. 1802. 'Mr. John Nichols, printer'. Gift of printed books (two entries).
p. 352. 1802. 'Revd. Dr. Rennell, ... Master of the Temple' [Thomas Rennell]. Gift of a printed book.
p. 352. 1802. 'Editors of the Orthodox Churchman's Magazine'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 352. 1802. 'Revd. Dr. Gaskin' [George Gaskin]. Gift of a printed book.
p. 352. 1802. Printed book purchased with the annual gift under the will of John Wynn.
p. 352. 1802. 'Society for the Establishment of a Literary Fund'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 352. 1802. 'Revd. Dr. Morice, Rector of Allhallows Bread Street' [William Morice (d.1819)]. Gift of a printed book.
p. 352. 1802. 'Revd. John Brand M.A., F.S.A., Rector of St. Mary at Hill'. Gift of a printed book.
pp. 352-353. 1802. George III and the Commissioners on the Public Records. Gift of printed books.
p. 353. 1802. Society of Antiquaries of London. Gift of an engraving.
p. 353. 1802. 'Revd. John Brand, President'. Gift of an engraving.
p. 353. 1802. 'Revd. Henry John Todd M.A., Rector of Allhallows Lombard Street'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 353. 1802. Commissioners on the Public Records. Gift of printed books.
p. 353. 1802. 'Proprietors of the Orthodox Churchman's Magazine'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 353. 1803. Commissioners on the Public Records. Gift of a printed book.
p. 353. 1803. 'Revd. Mr. Cowe, Vicar of Sunbury' [James Cowe]. Gift of a printed book.
p. 353. 1803. 'Revd. John Pridden, Minor Canon of St. Paul's Cathedral'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 353. 1803. 'Proprietors of the Orthodox Churchman's Magazine'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 353. 1803. 'Society for the Suppression of Vice'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 353. 1803. 'Revd. Dr. Morice' [William Morice (d.1819)]. Gift of a printed book.
p. 354. 1803. George III. Gift of Journals of the House of Commons.
p. 354. 1803. 'Revd. John Brand, ... President'. Gifts of printed books (three entries).
p. 354. 1803. 'Edmund Turner Esq, M.P. ...'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 354. 1803. Printed book purchased with the annual gift under the will of John Wynn (two entries).
p. 354. 1803. 'Proprietors of the Orthodox Churchman's Magazine'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 355. 1803. 'Revd. John Brand, ... President'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 355. 1803. Printed books purchased with the annual gift under the will of John Wynn.
p. 355. 1803. 'R. Watts, Librarian' [Robert Watts]. Gift of a printed book.
p. 355. 1804. Printed books purchased with the annual gift under the will of John Wynn.
p. 355. 1804. 'R. Watts, Librarian' [Robert Watts]. Gift of a printed book.
pp. 355-356. 1804. 'Society of the people called Quakers'. Printed books given by the Society of Friends.
p. 356. 1804. 'Revd. T. Thirlwall M.A.'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 357. 1804. 'Revd. Dr. William Morice, Rector of Allhallows Bread Street' [William Morice (d.1819)]. Gift of a printed book.
p. 357. 1804. Commissioners on the Public Records. Gift of a printed book.
p. 357. 1804. 'Revd. Henry John Todd M.A., Rector of Allhallows Lombard Street'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 357. 1804. 'Revd. Dr. George Gaskin, Rector of St. Bene't Gracechurch'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 357. 1804. Printed books purchased with the annual gift under the will of John Wynn (two entries).
p. 357. 1804. 'Revd. Hugh Fraser, Rector of St. Martin's Ludgate'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 357. 1804. 'Rev. William Morice B.D., Fellow of St. John's College, Oxford'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 357. 1804. 'Rev. Lancelot Sharpe M.A., Minister of Allhallows Staining'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 357. 1804. 'Mr. Anthony Highmore, solicitor'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 357. 1804. 'Robert Watts, Librarian'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 358. 1805. 'Robert Willan M.D., of Bloomsbury' [Robert Willan (1757-1812)]. Gift of a manuscript.
p. 358. 1805. 'Revd. John Farrer M.A., Rector of ... St. Clement Eastcheap ...'.
p. 358. 1805. 'Mr. Baron Maseres' [Francis Maseres, F.R.S., Cursitor Baron of ... Exchequer]. Gift of a printed book.
p. 358. 1805. 'Revd. Mr. Underwood, Rector of St. Mary Abchurch' [Benjamin Underwood]. Gift of a printed book.
p. 358. 1805. 'Revd. Dr. Thomas Rennell, ... Master of the Temple'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 358. 1805. 'Revd. Mr. James Grant MacGregor, of Gloucester Terrace, Hoxton'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 358. 1805. 'Mr. John Nichols, printer'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 358. 1805. 'Revd. Dr. Morice, Rector of Allhallows Bread Street' [William Morice (d.1819)]. Gift of a printed book.
p. 358. 1805. 'Revd. John Brand, Rector of St. Mary at Hill'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 358. 1805. 'Robert Watts, Librarian'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 358. 1805. Printed books purchased with the annual gift under the will of John Wynn.
p. 358. 1806. 'Revd. Dr. George Gaskin, President'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 359. 1806. Printed books purchased with the annual gift under the will of John Wynn (2 entries).
p. 359. 1806. 'Revd. William Morice B.D., Fellow of St. John's College, Oxford'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 359. 1806. 'Messrs. Rivington, booksellers in St. Paul's Churchyard'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 359. 1806. 'Mr Marmaduke Harrison, of [blank] College, Cambridge'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 359. 1806. 'Revd. William Vincent D.D., Dean of Westminster'. Gifts of printed books (two entries).
p. 359. 1806. 'Revd. Richard Lloyd M.A., Vicar of St. Dunstan's in the West'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 359. 1806. 'Revd. Philip Allwood M.A., Fellow of Magdalen College, Cambridge'. Gift of printed books.
p. 359. 1806. 'Revd. Dr. Morice, Rector of Allhallows Bread Street' [William Morice (d.1819)]. Gift of a printed book.
p. 359. 1806. Commissioners on the Public Records. Gift of a printed book.
p. 359. 1806. 'Revd. William van Mildert, Rector of St. Mary le Bow'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 359. 1806. 'Revd. Thomas Rennell ... Dean of Winchester and President of this College'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 359-361. 1806. 'Revd. Lancelot Sharpe M.A., Minister of Allhallows Staining'. Gift of pamphlets and papers purchased at the sale of the library of the late Marquis of Lansdowne.
p. 361. 1807. Commissioners on the Public Records. Gifts of printed books (2 entries).
p. 361. 1807. Printed books purchased with the annual gift under the will of John Wynn (5 entries).
p. 361. 1807. '...Mr. Baron Maseres' [Francis Maseres, F.R.S., Cursitor Baron of ... Exchequer]. Gift of a printed book.
p. 361. 1807. 'Revd. Mr. Wilson, Curate of St. Michael's Bassishaw' [Harry Bristow Wilson]. Gifts of printed books (2 entries).
p. 361. 1807. 'Revd. Dr. Morice' [William Morice (d.1819)]. Gift of a printed book.
p. 361. 1807. 'Dr. Charles Burney, of Greenwich'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 362. 1807. 'John Belfour Esq, of London'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 362. 1807. 'The Dean of Westminster' [William Vincent]. Gift of printed books.
p. 362. 1807. 'Mr. Alexander Bowes'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 362. 1808. 'Granville Sharp Esq'. Gift of printed books.
p. 362. 1808. 'The Christian Institution in the East'. Gift of printed books.
p. 362. 1808. Printed books purchased with the annual gift under the will of John Wynn (3 entries).
p. 362. 1808. 'Robert Watts, Librarian'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 362. 1808. 'The associates of the late Thomas Bray'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 362. 1808. 'Trustees of Dr. Daniel Williams's Library'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 363. 1808. 'Revd. William Morice D.D.'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 363. 1808. 'Edward Christian Esq ... Professor of Law ... Cambridge'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 363. 1808. 'Revd. H.B. Wilson, Curate of St. Michael's Bassishaw' [Harry Bristow Wilson]. Gift of a printed book.
p. 363. 1808. Printed books purchased with the annual gift under the will of John Wynn (3 entries).
p. 363. 1808. Commissioners on the Public Records. Gift of printed books.
p. 363. 1808. 'Revd. George Owen Cambridge, Archdeacon of Middlesex'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 363. 1808. 'Revd. Charles Dunster, Rector of Petworth in Sussex'. Gift of printed books.
p. 363. 1808-09. Books purchased with money from fines (3 entries).
p. 364. 1809. 'Mr. John Peller Malcolm'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 364. 1809. 'Mr. Mitchell of Scotland'. Gift of printed books (two entries).
p. 364. 1809. 'Dr. Champneys'. Gift of printed books.
p. 364. 1809. Printed books purchased with the annual gift under the will of John Wynn (2 entries).
p. 364. 1809. 'Revd. George Gaskin D.D.'. Gift of printed books.
p. 364. 1809. Commissioners on the Public Records. Gift of a printed book.
p. 364. 1809. 'Revd. William Morice D.D., Rector of Allhallows Bread Street'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 364. 1809. 'Committee of the Churchman's Remembrancer'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 364. 1809. 'Dr. William Vincent, Dean of Westminster'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 364. 1809. 'Robert Watts, Librarian'. Gift of printed books.
p. 364. 1809. 'Revd. John Farrer, Rector of St. Clement's Eastcheap'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 364. 1809. 'Granville Sharp Esq'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 365. 1809. 'Revd. Dr. Gaskin' [George Gaskin]. Gift of a printed book.
p. 365. 1809. Printed book purchased with the annual gift under the will of John Wynn.
p. 365. 1809. Anonymous. Gift of printed books.
p. 365. 1810. 'Revd. John Moore LLB, Rector of St. Michael's Bassishaw'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 365. 1810. 'Revd. Samuel Burder M.A., Curate of St. Dunstan's West'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 365. 1810. Printed books purchased with the annual gift under the will of John Wynn (3 entries).
p. 365. 1810. 'Revd. Lancelot Sharpe, Minister of Allhallows Staining'. Gifts of printed books (2 entries).
p. 365. 1810. 'Mr. Jeffery, bookseller'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 365. 1810. 'William Selwyn junr. Esq., barrister at law'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 365. 1810. 'Revd. Dr. Morice, Rector of Allhallows Bread Street' [William Morice (d.1819)]. Gift of a printed book.
p. 365. 1810. 'Revd. Mr. van Mildert, Rector of St. Mary le Bow' [William Van Mildert, afterwards Bishop of Durham]. Gift of a printed book.
p. 365. 1810. '... Revd. Lord Aston' [Revd. Walter Hutchinson Aston, 9th Lord Aston of Forfar (1769-1845)]. Gift of a printed book.
p. 365. 1810. 'Richard Hey Esq., of Hertlingfordbury'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 366. 1810. Printed books purchased with the annual gift under the will of John Wynn.
p. 366. 1811. 'Revd. H.B. Wilson, Curate of St. Michael's Bassishaw' [Harry Bristow Wilson]. Gift of a printed book.
p. 366. 1811. 'Mr. James Peller Malcolm'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 366. 1811. 'Revd. Edward Davies, Rector of Bishopston in the diocese of St. David's'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 366. 1811. Speaker of the House of Commons and the Clerk of Parliament. Gifts of printed books.
p. 366. 1811. 'Revd. Dr. Morice, Rector of Allhallows Bread Street' [William Morice (d.1819)]. Gift of a printed book.
p. 366. 1811. 'Thomas Rennell Esq, B.A., Fellow of King's College in Cambridge'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 366. 1811. 'Dr. Beilby Porteus late Lord Bishop of London'. Bequest of a printed book.
p. 366. 1811. Commissioners on the Public Records. Gift of a printed book.
p. 366. 1811. Printed books purchased with the annual gift under the will of John Wynn.
p. 367. 1811. 'Revd. Henry Bate Dudley LL.D.'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 367. 1811. Commissioners on the Public Records. Gift of printed books.
p. 367. 1811. 'Revd. William Goode M.A., Rector of St. Andrews Wardrobe...'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 367. 1811-12. Printed book purchased with the annual gift under the will of John Wynn (4 entries).
p. 367. 1812. 'Revd. Henry George Watkins, Rector of St. Swithins'. Gift of printed books.
p. 367. 1812. 'John Wilmot Esq., of Bruce Castle'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 367. 1812. Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge. Gift of a printed book.
p. 367. 1812. 'Lord Bishop of St. David's' [Thomas Burgess]. Gift of a printed book.
p. 368. 1812. 'Robert Watts, Librarian'. Gifts of printed books (2 entries).
p. 368. 1812. Printed books purchased with the annual gift under the will of John Wynn (3 entries).
p. 368. 1812. London Society for Promoting Christianity among the Jews. Gift of printed books.
p. 368. 1812. 'Revd. Dr. Morice, Rector of Allhallows Bread Street' [William Morice (d.1819)]. Gift of a printed book.
p. 368. 1812. 'Revd. William Wilson of Merchant Tailor's School'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 368. 1812. Archbishop of Canterbury [Charles Manners-Sutton]. Gift of a printed book.
p. 368. 1812. 'Luke Hansard Esq'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 368. 1812. 'Mr. George Wilson Meadley'. Gift of printed books.
p. 368. 1812. 'Revd. Mr. Parker, Rector of St. Ethelburga's' [William Parker]. Gift of a printed book.
p. 368 1812. 'Printers to the House of Commons'. Gift of a printed book.
pp. 368-369. 1812. Commissioners on the Public Records. Gift of printed books.
p. 369. 1813. 'John Stafford Smith Esq, Organist of the Chapel Royal, St. James's'. Gift of a printed item.
p. 369. 1813. Printed books purchased with the annual gift under the will of John Wynn (3 entries).
p. 369. 1813. 'James Allan Park Esq, one of His Majesty's counsel in the law'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 369. 1813. 'Revd. Frederick Nolan, Assistant at the Free Chapel at Hackney'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 369. 1814. 'Revd. Henry George Watkins, Rector of St. Swithin's'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 369. 1814. 'Revd. John Moore, Rector of St. Michael's Bassishaw'. Gift of printed books.
p. 369. 1814. Printed book purchased with the annual gift under the will of John Wynn.
p. 369. 1814. Books purchased with money from fines.
p. 370. 1814. 'Revd. Dr. Gaskin, Rector of St. Bene't's Gracechurch' [George Gaskin]. Gift of a printed book with manuscript additions.
p. 370. 1814. 'Revd. Dr. Morice, Rector of Allhallows Bread Street' [William Morice (d.1819)]. Gift of printed books.
p. 370. 1814. Commissioners on the Public Records. Gift of printed books.
p. 370. 1814. Trustees of the British Museum. Gift of printed books.
p. 370. 1814. Book purchased with money from fines.
p. 370. 1814. Printed books purchased with the annual gift under the will of John Wynn
p. 370. 1814. 'Dr. John Rose, Rector of St. Martin's Outwich, and President of this College'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 370. 1815. Printed books purchased with the annual gift under the will of John Wynn (2 entries).
p. 370. 1815. Books purchased with money from fines (2 entries).
p. 370. 1815. 'Revd. Dr. van Mildert, Rector of St. Mary le Bow' [William Van Mildert, later Bishop of Durham]. Gift of a printed book.
p. 370. 1815. 'Mr. Todd' [Henry John Todd]. Gift of a printed book.
p. 371. 1815. Books purchased with money from fines (8 entries).
p. 371. 1815. 'Revd. Henry Watkins, Rector of St. Swithin's'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 371. 1815. Printed books purchased with the annual gift under the will of John Wynn (2 entries).
p. 371. 1815. 'Revd. Dr. Abauzit, Minister of the French Church in Martin's Lane' [Marc Theophile Coutau Abauzit]. Gift of a printed book.
p. 371. 1815. 'Revd. Dr. Morice, Rector of Allhallows Bread Street' [William Morice (d.1819)]. Gift of a printed book.
p. 371. 1815. 'William Daniell Esq'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 371. 1815. Commissioners on the Public Records. Gift of printed books.
p. 371. 1815. 'Mr. Thomson, Deputy Lord Registrar of Scotland' [Thomas Thomson]. Gift of a printed book.
p. 372. 1816. Printed books purchased with the annual gift under the will of John Wynn (2 entries).
p. 372. 1816. 'Anthony Highmore Esq, of Ely Place, Holborn'. Gift of printed books.
p. 372. 1816. 'Revd. Richard Mant D.D., Rector of St. Botolph's Bishopsgate'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 372. 1816. 'Revd. William Morice D.D., Rector of Allhallows Bread Street' [William Morice (d.1819)]. Gift of a printed book.
p. 372. 1816. 'Revd. Robert Watts, Librarian'. Gift of printed books.
p. 372. 1816. Books purchased with money from fines (5 entries).
p. 372. 1817. Book purchased with money from fines.
p. 372. 1817. Printed book purchased with the annual gift under the will of John Wynn.
pp. 372-373. 1817. East India Company. Gift of printed books.
p. 373. 1817. Books purchased with money from fines (4 entries).
p. 373. 1817. 'Dr. Theophilus Abauzit, Minister of St. Martin's Orgars' [Marc Theophile Coutau Abauzit]. Gift of a printed book.
p. 373. 1817. Commissioners on the Public Records. Gifts of printed books (3 entries).
p. 373. 1817. 'Revd. J. B. Hollingworth, Rector of St. Margaret's Lothbury' [John Banks Hollingworth]. Gift of a printed book.
p. 373. 1817. 'Revd. H.J. Todd' [Henry John Todd]. Gift of printed books (2 entries).
p. 373. 1817. 'Arthur H. Kenny D.D., Dean of Achonry' [Arthur Henry Kenney (d. 1855)]. Gift of a printed book.
p. 373. 1817. 'Revd. Dr. Morice, Rector of Allhallows Bread Street' [William Morice (d.1819)]. Gift of a printed book.
p. 374. 1817. Books purchased with money from fines.
p. 374. 1817. Printed books purchased with the annual gift under the will of John Wynn (3 entries).
p. 374. 1817. Committee of the London clergy with livings regulated by the Fire Act. Gift of a printed book.
p. 374. 1818. 'Revd. H.J. Todd' [Henry John Todd]. Gift of a printed book.
p. 374. 1818. 'Hon. Francis Henry Egerton'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 374. 1818. Books purchased with money from fines (2 entries).
p. 374. 1818. Henry H. Goodhall of Crutched Friars Esq'. Gift of a book printed at Sion College in 1694.
p. 374. 1818. Printed books purchased with the annual gift under the will of John Wynn (2 entries).
p. 374. 1818. 'Revd. Robert Nares M.A., Archdeacon of Stafford ...'. Gift of printed books.
pp. 374-375. 1818. 'Revd. Dr. Morice, Rector of Allhallows Bread Street' [William Morice (d.1819)]. Gift of a printed book.
p. 375. 1818. 'Revd. H.J. Todd' [Henry John Todd]. Gift of a printed book.
p. 375. 1818. Books purchased with money from fines (2 entries).
p. 375. 1818. Printed books purchased with the annual gift under the will of John Wynn (4 entries).
p. 375. 1818. Commissioners on the Public Records. Gift of printed books.
p. 375. 1818. London Society for Promoting Christianity among the Jews. Gift of printed books.
p. 375. 1818. 'Revd Dr. Wilson, Rector of St. Mary Aldermary' [Harry Bristow Wilson (1774-1853)]. Gift of a printed book.
p. 375. 1818. 'Revd. Mr. O'Donnoghue, Lecturer at St. Mary's Whitechapel' [?Hallifield Cosgayne O'Donnoghue]. Gift of printed books.
p. 375. 1819. Printed book purchased with the annual gift under the will of John Wynn.
p. 375. 1819. 'William Upcott Esq, of the London Institution'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 375. 1819. 'Revd. Mr. Archdeacon Nares' [Robert Nares]. Gift of a printed book.
p. 376. 1820. Printed book purchased with the annual gift under the will of John Wynn.
p. 376. 1820. Commissioners on the Public Records. Gift of a printed book.
pp. 376-377. 1820. Books purchased with money from fines (2 entries).
pp. 376-377. 1820. Anonymous. Gifts of printed books (2 entries).
p. 377. 1820. 'Revd. George Strahan D.D., Vicar of Islington'. Gift of printed books.
p. 377. 1820. Commissioners on the Public Records. Gift of a printed book.
p. 377. 1820. Printed books purchased with the annual gift under the will of John Wynn (2 entries).
p. 377. 1820. Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge. Gift of a printed book.
p. 377. 1820. 'William Upcott Esq, Assistant Librarian of the London Institution'. Gift of printed books.
p. 377. 1821. Printed books purchased with the annual gift under the will of John Wynn (3 entries).
p. 377. 1821. 'Revd. Mr. Watkins, Assistant Governor' [Henry George Watkins]. Gift of printed books.
p. 377. 1821. 'Mr. Bagster of Paternoster Row'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 377. 1821. 'Miss Douglas', a daughter of the late Bishop of Salisbury. Gift of a printed book.
p. 378. 1821. 'Francis Maseres, Cursitor Baron of the Court of Exchequer'. Gift of printed books.
p. 378. 1821. Commissioners on the Public Records. Gift of a printed book.
p. 378. 1821. 'Revd. Thomas Hartwell Horne M.A., Curate of Christ Church, Newgate Street'. Gifts of printed books (2 entries).
p. 378. 1821. Printed book purchased with the annual gift under the will of John Wynn
p. 378. 1821. 'Hon. Francis Henry Egerton'. Gift of printed books.
p. 378. 1821. 'R. Watts, Librarian' [Robert Watts]. Gift of a printed book.
p. 378. 1821. 'Revd. Samuel Burder, Lecturer of Christ Church, Newgate Street'. Gift of a printed book.
pp. 378-379. 1821. 'Mr. John Edwards of Bunhill Row, the City Butler'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 379. 1821. 'Revd. Mr. Archdeacon Goddard, Rector of St. James Garlickhithe' [Charles Goddard]. Gift of a printed book.
p. 379. 1822. Commissioners on the Public Records. Gifts of printed books (2 entries).
p. 379. 1822. Books purchased with money from fines.
p. 379. 1822. King George III. Gift of Parliamentary reports and journals.
p. 379. 1822. Printed books purchased with the annual gift under the will of John Wynn (2 entries).
p. 380. 1823. 'Revd. Samuel Wix M.A. ..., Vicar of St. Bartholomew the Less, London'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 380. 1823. Printed books purchased with the annual gift under the will of John Wynn (2 entries).
p. 380. 1823. 'Robert Watts, Librarian'. Gifts of printed books (2 entries).
p. 380. 1823. 'Revd. Henry George Watkins, Rector of St. Swithin's'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 380. 1824. Printed books purchased with the annual gift under the will of John Wynn (3 entries).
p. 380. 1824. Commissioners on the Public Records. Gift of a printed book.
p. 380. 1824. Bannantyne Club, Edinburgh. Gift of a printed book.
p. 381. 1824. 'British Catholic Association'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 381. 1824. Books purchased with money from fines (2 entries).
p. 381. 1824. Printed books purchased with the annual gift under the will of John Wynn .
p. 381. 1825. Printed books purchased with the annual gift under the will of John Wynn (3 entries).
p. 381. 1825. 'Revd. John Lee D.D., LL and M.D. ...'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 381. 1825. Anonymous. Gift of a printed book.
p. 381. 1825. Books purchased with money from fines (2 entries).
p. 381. 1825. 'Revd. E.W. Grinfield' [Edward William Grinfield (1785-1864)]. Gift of a printed book.
p. 381. 1825. King George III. Gift of Parliamentary journals.
p. 382. 1826. Books purchased with money from fines (9 entries).
p. 382. 1826. Commissioners on the Public Records. Gifts of printed books (2 entries).
p. 382. 1826. 'The Librarian' [Robert Watts]. Gifts of printed books.
p. 382. 1826. Printed books purchased with the annual gift under the will of John Wynn (4 entries).
p. 382. 1826. 'John Frost Esq, ... Director of the Medico-Botanical society of London'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 382. 1826. 'Revd. Dr. Wilson' [[Harry Bristow Wilson (1774-1853)], incumbent of St. Mary Aldermary]. Gift of a printed book.
p. 383. 1827. 'Revd. John Abbiss, Rector of St. Bartholomew's the Great'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 383. 1827. Printed books purchased with the annual gift under the will of John Wynn (2 entries).
p. 383. 1827. Commissioners on the Public Records. Gifts of printed books (2 entries).
p. 383. 1827. Books purchased with money from fines (2 entries).
p. 383. 1827. 'Revd. Henry George Watkins, Rector of St. Swithin's'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 383. 1828. 'John Latham M.D., of Winchester'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 383. 1828. Commissioners on the Public Records. Gift of a printed book.
p. 383. 1828. Books purchased with money from fines (4 entries).
p. 383. 1828. 'Revd. Robert Watts, Librarian'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 383. 1828. 'Revd. Richard Povah LL.D., Minister of St. James's, Duke's Place'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 383. 1828. Printed book purchased with the annual gift under the will of John Wynn.
p. 384. 1828. Books purchased with money from fines (2 entries).
p. 384. 1829. Commissioners on the Public Records. Gift of a printed book.
p. 384. 1829. Printed books purchased with the annual gift under the will of John Wynn (6 entries).
p. 384. 1829. Oriental Translations Committee. Gift of a printed book.
p. 384. 1829. 'Mr. James Usher, of White Hart Yard, Bishopsgate'. Gift of printed books.
p. 384. 1829. King George III. Gift of the catalogue of the royal library.
p. 385. 1829. 'Mr. Elliot Battley of Whitechapel'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 385. 1829. 'Revd. Harry Bristow Wilson D.D., Rector of St. Mary Aldermary'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 385. 1830. 'Mr. Elliot Battley'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 385. 1830. Trustees of the British Museum. Gift of a printed book.
p. 385. 1830. Books purchased with money from fines (2 entries).
p. 385. 1830. Printed books purchased with the annual gift under the will of John Wynn (4 entries).
p. 385. 1830. King George III. Gift of Parliamentary journals.
p. 385. 1830. 'Colonel Daubeny'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 385. 1830. 'King's printer'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 386. 1830. Commissioners on the Public Records. Gift of printed books.
p. 386. 1830. Books purchased with money from fines (3 entries).
p. 386. 1830. Printed books purchased with the annual gift under the will of John Wynn (2 entries).
p. 386. 1830. 'Ralph Barnes'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 386. 1830. 'Bannantyne Club in Edinburgh'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 386. 1831. 'Mr. T. Gent'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 386. 1831. Company of Clockmakers. Gift of a printed book.
p. 386. 1831. Bishop of Durham [William Van Mildert]. Gift of a printed book.
p. 386. 1831. King George III. Gift of Parliamentary journals.
p. 386. 1831. Printed books purchased with the annual gift under the will of John Wynn.
p. 386. 1831. Book purchased with money from fines.
p. 386. 1831. 'Thomas Thorpe, bookseller'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 387. 1831. 'Revd. Henry George Watkins, Rector of St. Swithin's'. Gift of printed books.
p. 387. 1832. 'Revd. John Abbiss, Rector of St. Bartholomew's the Great'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 387. 1832. Printed books purchased with the annual gift under the will of John Wynn (3 entries).
p. 387. 1832. Book purchased with money from fines.
p. 387. 1832. 'Revd. Samuel Wix, Vicar of St. Bartholomew the Less'. Gift of a printed book.
p. 387. 1832. Society for the Improvement of Prison Discipline. Gift of a printed book.
p. 387. 1832. King George III. Gift of Parliamentary journals.
p. 387. 1832. Oxford University Press. Gift of a printed book.
p. 387. 1832. Society for the Encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce. Gift of a printed book.
pp. 387-388. 1833. Commissioners on the Public Records. Gifts of printed books (4 entries).
pp. 387-388. 1833. 'Dr. Lee of Edinburgh'. Gift of a printed book.
pp. 387-388. 1833. Printed book purchased with the annual gift under the will of John Wynn
pp. 387-388. 1833. Book purchased with money from fines.
pp. 387-388. 1833. 'Revd. Thomas Hartwell Horne B.D., Rector of St. Edmund the King'. Gift of a printed book.
pp. 388-389. 1834. Printed books purchased with the annual gift under the will of John Wynn (2 entries).
pp. 388-389. 1834. Commissioners on the Public Records. Gifts of printed books (3 entries).
pp. 388-389. 1834. 'King's printer'. Gift of printed books.
pp. 388-389. 1834. 'Revd. Henry George Watkins, Rector of St. Swithin's'. Gift of printed books.
pp. 388-389. 1834. 'Revd. Samuel Birch D.D., Rector of St. Mary Woolnoth'. Gift of a printed book.
pp. 388-389. 1834. Books purchased with money from fines (2 entries).
pp. 389-390. 1835. 'Revd. Henry George Watkins, Rector of St. Swithin's'. Gift of a printed book.
pp. 389-390. 1835. Commissioners on the Public Records. Gifts of printed books (5 entries).
pp. 389-390. 1835. 'Revd. John Bathurst Deane'. Gift of a printed book.
pp. 389-390. 1835. 'Revd. William Goode M.A., Rector of St. Antholin's'. Gift of a printed book.
pp. 389-390. 1835. King George III. Gift of Parliamentary journals.
pp. 389-390. 1835. London Institution. Gift of a printed book.
pp. 389-390. 1835. Commissioners of the Admiralty. Gift of a printed book.
pp. 389-390. 1835. 'Revd. Dr. Wilson' [[Harry Bristow Wilson (1774-1853)], incumbent of St. Mary Aldermary]. Gift of a printed book.
pp. 389-390. 1835. Printed book purchased with the annual gift under the will of John Wynn.
pp. 390-391. 1836. 'Revd. Samuel Wix, Vicar of St. Bartholomew the Less'. Gift of a printed book.
pp. 390-391. 1836. Commissioners on the Public Records. Gift of printed books.
pp. 390-391. 1836. 'Joseph Holden Pott, Archdeacon of London'. Gift of printed books.
pp. 390-391. 1836. 'Revd. Thomas Myers M.A., Lecturer of St. Vedast's'. Gift of a printed book.
pp. 390-391. 1836. Books purchased with money from fines.
pp. 390-391. 1836. King George III. Gift of Parliamentary journals.
pp. 390-391. 1836. 'Mr. John Millard'. Gift of a printed book.
pp. 391-392. 1837. 'Revd. Christopher Wordsworth, Rector of Lambeth'. Gift of printed books.
pp. 391-392. 1837. 'Revd. William John Hall, Rector of St. Bene't's, Paul's Wharf'. Gift of printed books.
pp. 391-392. 1837. Books purchased with money from fines. (2 entries).
pp. 391-392. 1837. Leathersellers' Company of London. Gift of a printed book
pp. 391-392. 1837. 'Dr. L. Leowe, Member of the Societe Asiatique of Paris'. Gift of a printed book
pp. 391-392. 1837. Commissioners on the Public Records. Gifts of printed books (2 entries).
pp. 391-392. 1837. Book purchased with money from fines.
pp. 391-392. 1837. Printed books purchased with the annual gift under the will of John Wynn (3 entries).
pp. 391-392. 1837. King George III. Gift of Parliamentary journals.
pp. 391-392. 1837. 'Mr. James Orchard Halliwell, of Trinity College, Cambridge'. Gift of printed books.
pp. 392-393. 1838. Printed book purchased with the annual gift under the will of John Wynn.
pp. 392-393. 1838. Book purchased with money from fines.
pp. 392-393. 1838. Commissioners on the Public Records. Gift of printed books.
pp. 392-393. 1838. 'W. Selwyn Esq, of Lincoln's Inn'. Gift of a printed book.
pp. 392-393. 1838. Lincoln's Inn. Gift of a printed book.
pp. 392-393. 1838. 'Revd. Thomas Hartwell Horne B.D., Rector of St. Edmund the King'. Gifts of printed books (two entries).
pp. 392-393. 1838. Queen Victoria. Gift of Parliamentary journals.
pp. 392-393. 1838. 'Mr. Thomas Martin'. Gift of a printed book.
pp. 392-393. 1838. Lords of the Treasury. Gift of printed books.
p. 393. 1839. 'Revd. Thomas Hartwell Horne B.D., Rector of St. Edmund the King'. Gift of printed books.
p. 393. 1839. Royal Society of Literature. Gift of printed books.
p. 393. 1839. Book purchased with money from fines.

p. 393. A note in the hand of Thomas Pelham Dale, Librarian 1852-6: 'From this date it appears that no regester has been kept up to May 1852'.
pp. 393-394. A retrospective account of a few benefactions 1839-1890, late 20th cent. Entered here in error. The account begins again with some repetition, at p. 425. The items noted here but not repeated at p. 425 are gifts from the Bishop of London and Archbishop of Canterbury of their armorial bearings for the Hall windows, 1839-40, and gifts of tableware from various clergymen 1842-4.

pp. 395-397. Blank.

pp. 398-399. Gifts received 1852-1856. In the hand of Thomas Pelham Dale, Librarian 1852-6.
p. 398. 1852. Gifts of printed books from Daniel Chamier; 'Council of British Organization in connection with Evangelical Alliance'; A. Beresford Hope, M.P. [Alexander Beresford Hope]; Exeter Architectural Society; Francis Newnham; W. H. Rule; Revd. Richard Whittington; Revd. William Denton (Fellow of Sion College).
p. 398. 1853. Gifts of printed books from Revd. Francis Garden; Revd. Charles Ingham Black; Society of Antiquaries of London; W.H. Neale; Richard Sainthill; James Mathieson; Exeter Diocesan Architectural Society; Revd. Thomas Hartwell Horne (former President of Sion College); J.H. Coward;
p. 398. 1854. Gifts of printed books from Revd. Richard Whittington; Exeter Architectural Society; W. H. Rule; Revd. William Denton (Fellow of Sion College); James Orchard Halliwell.
p. 398. 1855. Gifts of printed books from Corporation of the City of London; William Hale Hale, Archdeacon of London; Revd. William Denton (2 entries); H. Hughes, D.D.
p. 398. 1855. Gift of manuscripts from Revd. John Medows Rodwell.
p. 399. 1855. Gifts of printed books from Revd. Thomas Hartwell Horne; Revd. Michael Gibbs, President of Sion College (three entries); Thomas Pelham Dale, Librarian; Revd. William Denton (three entries); Revd. Henry Irwin Cummins; Revd. W.H. Lyall.
p. 399. 1855. Gift of a manuscript from Frederick Poynder.
p. 399. 1856. Gift of a manuscript from Revd. John Medows Rodwell.
p. 399. 1856. Gifts of printed books from Revd. William Scott; Revd. Henry Irwin Cummins (two entries); Revd John Mason Neale; Revd. R.B. Gibson; Beriah Botfield; Thomas Brewer; Revd. William Denton (three entries); W. H. Rule; J.M. Ashley; Thomas Blackburne; C.A. Stevens; First Commissioner of Works and Public Buildings (Sir Benjamin Hall); Michael Gibbs, President of Sion College; E.W. Grinfield; A.B. Suter; Revd. W.H. Lyall; Bernard Quaritch; O. Adolphus.

pp. 400-425. Gifts received 1857-1888. In the hand of William Henry Milman, Librarian 1856-1908.
At p. 421 are the signatures of the Prince and Princess of Wales and other dignatories at the opening of the new Sion College building in 1886.
p. 400. 1857. Gifts of printed books from Revd. A. Cleveland Coxe; Revd. William Denton (four entries); Ecclesiastical Commissioners; Revd. H.J.B. Nicholson; John Maclean; Revd. Herbert Kynaston, High Master of St. Paul's School; Charity Commissioners; Thomas Simpson Evans, Vicar of St. Leonard's Shoreditch; Samuel Sharpe; Lord Overstone [Samuel Jones Loyd, 1st Baron Overstone]; Society of Antiquaries of London; Revd. William Scott; Revd C. Forster and Revd. E. Penny; Swedenborg Society.
pp. 400-401. 1858. Gifts of printed books from Revd. William Scott, President of Sion College (2 entries); Henry Hart Milman, Dean of St. Paul's; J.H. Alexander; Exeter Diocesan Architectural Society; Revd. G. Kemp; Society of Antiquaries of London; Revd. E.W. Attwood; Gilbert J. French; Revd. William Stafford Finch.
pp. 401-402. 1859. Gifts of printed books from Revd. William Scott (3 entries); Revd. Cator Chamberlain; Revd. Thomas Hill; Exeter Diocesan Architectural Society; Revd. Andrew Johnson; Henry Chamier; Revd. William Denton (2 entries); Ecclesiastical Commissioners; Revd. Thomas Hartwell Horne; Revd. William Sparrow Simpson; American Oriental Society; Revd. A. McCaul; Revd. J.W. Worthington; Revd. Thomas Boyles Murray.
p. 402. 1860. Gifts of printed books from Revd. William Scott (2 entries); Sir George Grey; Revd. Michael Gibbs; Revd. William Denton; Thomas Simpson Evans, Vicar of St. Leonard's Shoreditch.
pp. 402-403. 1861. Gifts of printed books from Mary Ann Ball; Revd. William Scott; Henry Hoare; Exeter Diocesan Architectural Society; Bannantyne Club; David Laing; Beriah Botfield; Revd. William Rogers; British Museum; Richard Chenevix Trench, Dean of Westminster; Revd. John Edmund Cox; Revd. Joseph B. McCaul; Revd. Lewis Marcus; Revd. William Sparrow Simpson; J.L. Anderdon; Revd. John Medows Rodwell.
p. 403. 1862. List of subscriptions to purchase printed books at the sale of Archbishop Tenison's Library.
pp. 403-404. 1862. Gifts of printed books from Revd. William Scott; Revd. John Edmund Cox; Henry T. Parker; S.P.C.K.; Thomas Simpson Evans, Vicar of St. Leonard's Shoreditch; Revd. Herbert Kynaston, High Master of St. Paul's School; Thomas Darling, Rector of St. Michael Royal; James Yeomell; Revd. W. Meara; British and Foreign Bible Society; Revd. William Denton; J.F. Streatfeild.
p. 404. 1863. Gifts of printed books from Ecclesiastical Commissioners; Mr. Scott [Revd. William Scott], Vicar of St. Olave Jewry; Mr. M. Biggs, Priest in charge of St. Mary Magdalene, Peckham; Exeter Diocesan Architectural Society; Trustees of the British Museum.
p. 404. 1864. Gifts of printed books from Thomas Simpson Evans, Vicar of St. Leonard's Shoreditch; Hekekyan Bey; Revd. C. Marshall, Vicar of St. Bride's [Charles Marshall]; Revd. J.H. Lupton [Joseph Hirst Lupton]; William Euing; Revd. Michael Gibbs.
p. 404. 1865. Gifts of printed books from E.W. Attwood [Edward Attwood], sometime curate of St. Leonard's, Shoreditch; Revd. H.L. Ventris [Henry Laurence Ventris], Priest in charge of St. John's, Whetstone; Revd. W. Denton; Revd. Joseph Maskell, curate of Allhallows Barking; J.J. Pickburn Esq; Revd. William Scott, Vicar of St. Olave Jewry.
p. 405. 1866. Gifts of printed books from Albert Way Esq; William Spottiswoode Esq; Revd. William Scott, Vicar of St. Olave Jewry; Revd. William Denton, Vicar of St. Batholomew Moor Lane; Revd. B. Lambert [Brooke Lambert], Priest in charge of St. Mark's Whitechapel; Revd. J.B. Deane [John Bathurst Deane], Rector of St. Martin Outwich.
p. 405. 1867. Gifts of printed books from Revd. William Denton, Vicar of St. Batholomew Moor Lane; Wimbledon Common Committee; H.I. Cummins [Henry Irwin Cummins], Rector of St. Alban Wood Street; Revd. Michael Gibbs, Vicar of Christ Church, Newgate Street; F. Simcox Lea [Frederic Simcox Lea], priest in charge of Holy Trinity Stepney (gift of manuscripts); O'Dell Travers Hill; Revd. William Scott, Vicar of St. Olave Jewry; Revd. Joseph Maskell, curate of Allhallows Barking; Revd. William Denton, Vicar of St. Batholomew Moor Lane; James Reddie Esq; James John Cummins Esq.
p. 405. 1868. Gifts of printed books from Revd. William Scott, Vicar of St. Olave Jewry; Revd. William Denton, Vicar of St. Batholomew Moor Lane.
pp. 405-407. 1868. Gift of printed books from Henry Hart Milman, Dean of St. Paul's.
p. 407. 1868. Gifts of printed books from 'Nichols'; Mrs. Henry Hart Milman (gift of furniture); O'Dell Travers Hill; William Henry Milman, Librarian.
pp. 407-408. 1869. Gift of printed books from Thomas Simpson Evans, Vicar of St. Leonard, Shoreditch.
p. 408. 1869. Gift of printed books from Revd. William Scott, Vicar of St. Olave Jewry.
p. 408. 1870. Gift of printed books from Revd. M. Gibbs; Revd. William Scott, Vicar of St. Olave Jewry; Revd. B.M. Cowie [Benjamin Morgan Cowie], Vicar of St. Lawrence Jewry; H.S. English Esq.
pp. 408-409. 1871. Gift of printed books from R.H. Short Esq; Revd. C.B. Gibson, curate of St. John's Fitzroy Square.
p. 409. 1869-70 (entries accidentally omitted). Gifts of printed books from Revd. William Kelly; Revd. J. Maskell [Joseph Maskell], Rector of Emmanuel Hospital; Alfred Heales; J.H. Braunt Esq; Miss Hale (gift of a bust of Bishop Blomfield); Revd. William Sparrow Simpson, Rector of St. Matthew Friday Street.
p. 409. 1872. Gifts of printed books from the Leathersellers' Company; A.J. Waterlow; Miss Gibbs (gift of a portrait of Bishop Sheldon); Revd. William Sparrow Simpson, Rector of St. Matthew Friday Street; Trustees of the British Musueum; Society of Writers to the Signet; the Marquess of Bute; Robert King Esq; Mrs. Woodward; Revd, J.B. McCaul.
pp. 409-410. 1873. Gifts of printed books from Sir Thomas Duffus Hardy; B.M. Cowie [Benjamin Morgan Cowie], Vicar of St. Lawrence Jewry and Dean of Manchester; Revd. John Hunt; Revd. George Kemp, Rector of St. Alphage London Wall; Gresham College Committee; Revd. J. Pratt, Vicar of St. Stephen's Coleman Street; Dean and Chapter of St. Paul's; Revd. J.H. Lupton [Joseph Hirst Lupton]; Revd. William Henry Milman, Librarian; Revd. Michael Gibbs, Vicar of Christ Church, Newgate Street; Signor A. Psichari of Constantinople; Revd. Robert Maguire, Vicar of Clerkenwell; Revd. George Barnes, Priest in charge of St. Barnabas, Bethnal Green; J.G. Cordery Esq; R.H. Cooke Esq; A. Hall Esq.
pp. 410-411. 1874. Gifts of printed books from Trustees of the British Museum; Revd. W.H. Lyall [William Hearle Lyall], Rector of St. Dionis Backchurch; Mrs Aitken, widow of Revd. Robert Aitken, of Pendeen, Cornwall; Revd. G. Barnes, priest in charge of St. Barnabas, Bethnal Green; Revd. Thomas Welbank Fowle; R. Denny Urlin; Revd. Orby Shipley; Revd. William Meynell Whittemore; Revd. J.H. Lupton [Joseph Hirst Lupton], Surmaster of St. Paul's School; W. Macintosh; Swedenborg Society.
p. 411. 1874-75. Gifts of printed books from Revd. W.H. Fremantle [William Henry Fremantle], Rector of St. Mary, Bryanston Square; Christ's Hospital; Mrs. Harriet Grote; Revd. Charlton Lane, late Vicar of Hampstead.
p. 412. 1875. Gifts of printed books from Revd. James Long; A. Godfrey; Revd. C.F. Chase [Charles Frederick Chase], Rector of St. Andrew by the Wardrobe; Alexander Penrose Forbes, Bishop of Brechin; Hyde Clarke Esq; Revd. Sir W. H. Baker; Merchant Taylors' Company; Revd. Frederic Simcox Lea, Rector of Tedstone Delamere; Revd. Henry John Marten; Walter Sweetman; Archibald Campbell Tait, Archbishop of Canterbury (copy of his portrait); University of Aberdeen; M. Greard; Trustees of the British Museum; Lady Bourchier.
p. 413. 1876. Gifts of printed books from Trustees of the British Museum; Revd. J.H. Lupton [Joseph Hirst Lupton], Surmaster of St. Paul's School (2 entries); the Archimandrite of Myriantheus; Col. J. Lemuel Chester; Mrs. Goode, widow of William Goode, Dean of Ripon; Free and Open Church Association; Swedenborg Society; Trustees of the British Museum; Revd. Thomas Simpson Evans, Vicar of St. Leonard, Shoreditch.
pp. 413-415. 1877. Gifts of printed books from University of London; George Harris Esq; Revd. William Sparrow Simpson; Exeter Diocesan Architectural Society; Mr. Kerslake; Trustees of the British Museum (two entries); Revd. William Henry Milman, Librarian; Joseph Gurney Esq; French Minister of Public Instruction.
p. 415. 1878. Gifts of printed books from Revd. Allen William Chatfield; Religious Tract Society; Revd. Thomas Mozley; Anderson's College, Glasgow; Revd. William Sparrow Simpson (and a manuscript missal of Constance); Edwin W. Streeter; Lord Hatherston; Revd. J.E. Cox (President 1865) [John Edmund Cox].
pp. 415-416. 1879. Gifts of printed books from Anatole Ales; Revd. John Philip Gell; Revd. William Hearle Lyall; Revd. William Henry Milman, Librarian; Revd. C.H. Davis, Rector of Littleton Drew, Wilts.; Corporation of the City of London; French Minister of Public Instruction; the Dutch Church; W.A. Barrett, Vicar Choral of St. Paul's Cathedral; Revd. H.O. Middleton; Miss Mary Cooke; Revd. William Sparrow Simpson.
pp. 416-417. 1880. Gifts of printed books from Revd. William Sparrow Simpson (two entries); Revd. William Henry Jones; Revd. R. Whittington, Rector of St. Peter's Cornhill; Secretary of State for India; William Blades Esq; Solomon Alexander Hart; Imperial Academy of St. Petersburg.
pp. 417-418. 1881. Gifts of printed books from Revd. William Hearle Lyall; Revd. Thomas Hervey; Secretary of State for India; Religious Tract Society (two entries); Trustees of the British Museum; Ebenezer Palmer; Revd. L.B. White, Rector of St. Mary Aldermary (two entries); Revd. J.M. Rodwell [John Medows Rodwell], Rector of St. Ethelburga; Revd. Frederick Field.
p. 418. 1882. Gifts of printed books from Revd. Thomas Darling; Henry Grey; F. Locker; Secretary of State for India; Exeter Diocesan Architectural Society; Revd. Morris Fuller; Major Alfred Heales; Revd. L.B. White, Rector of St. Mary Aldermary [Lewis Borrett White]; Trustees of the British Museum; St. Paul's Ecclesiological Society; Council of Municipal Associations; Edwin Freshfield Esq; Revd. William Hearle Lyall; Revd. William Henry Milman, Librarian; John Staples.
p. 419. 1883. Gifts of printed books from Revd. Samuel Hart; Revd. William Hearle Lyall; W.B. Carpenter, F.R.S. [William Benjamin Carpenter]; Secretary of State for India; Revd. J.B. Deane, Rector of St. Martin Outwich [John Bathurst Deane]; S.F. Knebel; Frederick Swain; Revd. Morris Fuller.
pp. 419-420. 1884. Gifts of printed books from R.H. Cooke Esq; Mrs. Irons, widow of Revd. Jos. Irons [Joseph Irons], late Rector of St. Mary Woolnoth; Randall Davidson, Dean of Windsor; Revd. J.H. Lupton [Joseph Hirst Lupton], Surmaster of St. Paul's School; Trustees of the British Museum (three entries); William Henry Milman, Librarian; Secretary of State for India; French Minister of Public Instruction; Revd. Frederic Simcox Lea; Corporationof the City of London; Revd. William Kelly.
p. 420-421. 1885. Gift of a manuscript from Robert D. Darbyshire; gift of a portrait from the family of John Jackson, Bishop of London; gift of printed books from the Trustees of the British Museum; Secretary of State for India; French Minister of Public Instruction; Corporation of the City of London.
p. 421. 15 December 1886. Signatures of the Prince and Princess of Wales (afterwards Edward VII and Queen Alexandra), Edward White Benson, Archbishop of Canterbury, Lord Halsbury (Lord Chancellor) and others at the opening of the new building of Sion College.
pp. 421-422. 1886-7. Gifts of printed books from Anonymous; Edwin Freshfield Esq (2 entries); Secretary of State for India; Trustees of the British Museum (two entries); Corporation of the City of London; Worshipful Company of Grocers; Thomas A. Wise, M.D.; Andrew Carnegie; Revd. James Mark Saurin Brooke, Rector of St. Mary Woolnoth; Percival; Revd. J.H. Lupton [Joseph Hirst Lupton]; Arthur Hall Esq.;
p. 423. 1887-8. Gifts of printed books from French Minister of Public Instruction; James Jones S.J.; T. Campbell Finlayson; Exeter Diocesan Architectural Society; Clarendon Press, Oxford; Trustees of the British Museum; John F. France; Revd. Frederic Simcox Lea.
pp. 423-425. 1888. Gifts of printed books from University of Aberdeen; City Liberal Club; Revd. E.F. Russell [Edward Francis Russell], Curate of St. Alban's Holborn (two entries, including a manuscript); Clarendon Press, Oxford; Revd. James Neil; Revd. Arthur Brinckman; Secretary of State for India; H.G. Bonavia Hunt; Luke Livington; Palestine Exploration Fund; Major Alfred Heales; J.P. Edmonds; Revd. F.G. Lee, Vicar of all Saints, Lambeth [Frederick George Lee]; Trustees of the British Museum; Merchant Taylors' Company; William Henry Milman, Librarian; Revd. Peter Prescott; Bath Local Reception Committee; Lichfield Dean and Chapter; Arthur Milman Esq.; Congregational Memorial Hall Trustees; E.B. Nicholson Esq.; Sir E.A.H. Lechmere; Revd. Frederic Simcox Lea; C.H. Boardman Esq; Mrs. E. Tylor Backhouse; French Minister of Public Instruction; Marquess of Lansdowne.

pp. 425-430. A retrospective and selective account of gifts to Sion College 1888-1982, late 20th cent. Continues the account at pp. 398-9.

pp. 431-499. Blank.
FindingAidsNew description by Richard Palmer, 2014.
PhysicalDescriptionOriginal binding of dark red leather over wooden boards, 415 x 350 mm. Five silver bosses on each cover. Silver fixings for clasps; the clasps themselves are missing. They were reported missing on 3 November 1651at the time when Cromwellian soldiers were billeted at Sion College. See E.H. Pearce, 'Sion College and Library' (Cambridge, 1913), p. 112.
Vellum leaves. Pages ruled in red, with text in two columns.
Pagination is inaccurate; page number 118 was omitted in numbering.
pp. 1-96 are in the hand of John Spencer (d. 1680), Librarian of Sion College, except for pp. 23 col 2 to 31 col 1, years 1633-36, representing part of the period when Spencer was replaced by Thomas Leech. See E.H. Pearce, 'Sion College and Library' (Cambridge, 1913 ), pp. 234-8.
pp. 97 col 1 to 255 col 1 are in the hand of William Reading, Librarian 1724-45.
pp. 255 col 1 to 262 col 1 are in the hand of William Brakenridge, Librarian 1745-68.
pp. 262 col 1 to 320 col 2 are in the hand of William Clements, Librarian 1768-99.
pp. 321 col 1 to 393 col 2 are in the hand of Robert Watts, Assistant Librarian from 1785 and Librarian 1799-1842.
pp. 393 col 2 to 397 col 2 are blank, except for some retrospective entries added in the late 20th century (pp. 393 col 2 and 394 col 1).
pp. 398-399 are in the hand of Thomas Pelham Dale, Librarian 1852-56.
pp. 400 col 1 to 425 col 1 are in the hand of William Henry Milman, Librarian 1856-1908.
pp. 425 col 2 to 430 col 2 are in an italic hand of the late 20th century.
pp. 431-499 are blank.
CustodialHistoryTransferred from Sion College to Lambeth Palace Library, 1996.
CopiesMicrofilm: Lambeth Palace Library MS Film 949.

A digital copy is available via the online image management system: http://images.lambethpalacelibrary.org.uk/luna/servlet/s/97p297.
RelatedMaterialSion L40.2/E60 is a parallel record of benefactions to Sion College, in the hand of John Spencer and covering the years 1629-66. Although described by him as a transcript of the Book of Benefactors, it includes numerous additional entries and some extra details.

Sion L40.2/E105 is a register of the names of benefactors of Sion College Library. This was displayed on a desk in Sion College Library, to which it was attached by a chain, part of which survives. It contains the names of benefactors only, without details of the books which they gave.

Names of benefactors are given in William Reading, 'Bibliothecae cleri Londinensis in Collegio Sionensi catalogus' (London, 1724) and in the interleaved copies of Reading's work to which additions were made until c.1837 (Sion L40.2/E96-99).

A printed copy of John Spencer's catalogue published in 1650 'Catalogus universalis librorum omnium in Bibliotheca Collegii Sionii...', printed books shelf mark L26.1/SI 7 (5) [Sion ARC octavo], has manuscript notes on the front flyleaves listing benefactors. This was written in 1675 and continued to c.1682.

For books acquired by Sion College under its copyright privilege, see the description of Sion L40.2/E 61.

A list of musical books added to Sion College under its copyright privilege, compiled in 1784, with additional lists to 1792 (53pp.), and lists of books added to Sion College Library 1797-1813, sometimes with names of donors (20 ff.) are in the Sion College archive at London Metropolitan Archives (CLC/198/SICE/010/MS 33528).

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GB/109/22103Spencer; John (d.1680); Librarian of Sion College; Stationerd.1680
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