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Also to my cousin Ralph Harbotell Knt. and also to Rauff Wedrington Knt. Also to Lancelot Thirkeld Esqre Also my fee and annuite granted to Thomas Radcliff of ye ile upon Derwentwater Esquier for term of his lyve-Also I will yat John Heron son and heir of Roger Heron late of Ford Knt. have an Anny. of 20'. as his fader had during live of sd John what time that he comes to age of 16 yrs. My fee to Sr John Pickering Kntman Annuity to Edmond Thwaites Esq. that they shall all do service to my son and heir—and to Rauff Percy and George Percy Estates in Co. North. pro vitâ. my Cousin Sr Henry Percys children for their Marriages Also I will that my Niece Elizabeth Gascoigne have to her Marriage c markes-Ex'ors Sir Thomas Burgh Knt. Sir Guy Fairfax Knt.

LXX. TESTAMENTUM WILLIELMI AMPULFURTH.

In Dei nomine, Amen. Septimo die Februarii, Anno Domini M.cccc.lxxxix. Ego Willielmus Ampulfurth de Northalverton, compos mentis et sanæ memoriæ, nullo modo coactus, sed

propriâ voluntate, coram Vicario meo Willielmo Halyman, animæ meæ curam gerente, Willielmo Stephynson Vicario de Northottryngton, Thomâ Hobson capellano de Northalverton, et Thomå Robynson Senescallo Hospitalis Sancti Jacobi juxta Northalverton, condo testamentum meum in hunc modum. In primis lego animam meam Deo Patri omnipotenti, Beatæ Mariæ ac omnibus sanctis ejus ; corpusque meum humandum fore in navi Ecclesiæ Omnium Sanctorum de Northalverton. Item lego in nomine mortuarii mei optimum animal cum panno meo meliori meo corpori pertinenti ut moris est. Item lego in cerâ comburendâ in exequiis meis in die sepulturæ meæ duas libras. Item lego cuilibet capellano meæ parochiæ existenti ad exequias meas viija. et cuilibet capellano extraneo iiij. et cuilibet clerico de minori gradu ja. Item lego Elizabethæ uxori meæ omnia terras et tenementa mea cum pertinentiis suis ut jacent in civitate Eboraci et in villâ de Northalverton pro termino vitæ suæ. Item volo quod si Henricus Causon velit emere omnia illa terras (&c.) in Northalverton ad valorem appreciatum per consciencias Roberti Symsom Magistri Hospitalis Sancti Jacobi juxta Northalverton (&c.) quod tunc ille valor, sic appreciatus per prænominatos, recipiatur et restituatur Ecclesiæ omnium Sanctorum de Northalverton, pro sustentacione servicii divini pro animâ meâ et parentum meorum animabus. Et si prædictus Henricus nolit-tunc volo (&c.) Item volo quod prædicti, scilicet Vicarius (&c.) sicut me amant, quod retribuant Thomæ

Ampulfurth meo consanguineo de bonis meis per discrecionem eorum sicut eis melius videbitur expedire

Residuum vero (&c.)

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LXXI. IMPLEMENTA COLLEGII DE AUCKLAND EPISCOPI.'

[Reg. Fox, p. 26.) I Almery. j Bord wt Trests. j choppyng knyfe. j counter. j ymage of o' Lady. iij mete bords remouable. iij payre trests. iij fourmys. j cobbord. j hangyng of Grene say. ij old latyne basyngs. ij Ewers to ye same. x old standis of

ij old brewyng ledds. j copper pane. iiij colyng ledds. j maskefate. j gylefate. į Bultyng Toone. v Šakks. j fleshe Axe. j Grete Standing Kyste. ij Wode Axes. viij standing bedds. j Salt p’cell gilt wť a cover weyng xiiij vnc' & di'. j Salt p’cell gilt wtout cover weyng ix vnces. j Salt wrethed wt a cover weyng vij vnces & di'. j whit standyng pece p'celle gilt we a cover weyng xij vnces & di'. j pounced pece wt a cover p'cell gilt weyng xiiij vnces v di. j pece p'cell gilt weyng vj vnces. j pounsed pece weyng jij vnces & di. xiij sponys weyng a xj vnces & di. j Standyng maser covered weyng xv vnces & di’. vj Brasse potts. j Chafer for the fyre. j Ketill. iiij litille brasse pannys. ij chafyng dishis. j frying pane. iij Spitts. ij Rostyng yrons. į laton'lady!l. j Scomer. Brasyn morter wé a pestell. iij lesyng knyves. j brede grate. j ffleshe Crooke. ij Raken Croks. j Stone morter wé a pestell. xx pewder platers. xij pewder dishes. viij Salsers. ij payre of potclyppes. j garnishe of vessell. j Shavyng Basyn.

Libri EJUSDEM COLLEGII. In primis: 1 Biblia cum Exposicione Domini Nicholai de Lyrâ, in quatuor Voluminibus ; 2°. folio, nolui. Secundum volumen; 2° folio, erit Sacerdos.

I These Inventories contain the imPLEMENTS and Books of the College of Aukland upon the accession of Willian Thomeson to the Deanery in 1498. Early catalogues of collections of books, public or private, are always peculiarly valuable, for reasons into which we need not here enter. In this case the list will be read with great interest, as the Collegiate Church of Auckland was the School in which many of the young nobility and gentry of the North of England were educated. This fact seems to be proved by the following extract from the yearly Account Roll of Nicholas Kelchith, who was clerk of i he works to Bishop Booth. “ Solut' Johanni Robson carpentario, super factura ij novorum lectorum bord apud Denry ex mandato Domini pro pueris Domini ffezhw et Domini lovell ixd.” Each bed, therefore, cost 4ļd. The sons of Lord Fitzhugh, in the above year, were Richard, then 12 years of age, and John, Thomas, George, and Edward, one or more of whom might, perhaps, be at school with their brother. The son of Lord Lovel was Francis, afterwards Lord Lovel himself, and then eight years of age.

Volumen tertium in quo continentur Libri Prophetarum, Isaiæ, · Jheremia, Trenorum, Baruch, Ezechiel, Danyell, Osiæ, Joe. lis, Amos, Abdiæ, Jonæ &c. Quartum volumen, quatuor Evangelistarum, Matthei, Marci, &c.—Liber Sententiarum cum Tabulâ secundum Ordinem Librorum ; 2° folio, quare paterVocabular' communis super Biblia, vocat num tre; 2° folio, mediam ;-et super sacram Scripturæ in universali Ecclesiâ usitatam Distinctiones, cum cæteris contentis Theologiæ; 2° folio, distinct in terr'.-Sermones Discipuli de Tempore et Sanctis ; et Promptuarium ejusdem, cum Tabulâ convenienti; 2. folio, corpus Philippi de Pergamo.—Speculum Regiminis, aliter Catho morale ; ij folio, a veritate.-Sermones Dominicales per annum, et de Sanctis; 2o folio, est de propriis.-Boicius de Consolatione, cum Commentario et Tabulâ in Pergameno; 2° folio, Relatione.—Tabula Exemplorum; 2° folio, laborar'.-Petri Marci Interpretatio in Officia Ciceronis ; 2° folio, sed etiam.Epistolæ Ciceronis, cum Commento, qui cum Imperio et Cilius Ytalicus super Bella Punica in eodem Libro; 2° folio, orare fatali.-Sermones de Litio, de laudibus Sanctorum ; 2° folio, de Nobilitate.— Item Boicius impressus de Consolatione Philosophiæ cum Commentario— Sanctus Thomas ; 2° folio, vera securitas.-Item Boicius de Disciplinâ Scolarium ; 2° folio, quare opus est; cum Commento; et est impressus.-Tractatus Fratris Egidii, de Peccato originali; 2° folio, secundum.-llac Epistola Lilii quas Correctoria vocant; 2° folio, hiis Epistolis.Concordantiæ Bibliæ et Canonum et totius Juris Canonici; 2° folio [word omitted.]--Orilegium Sapientiæ de Utilitate Conditionis humanæ ; 2° folio, parabolice.-.Liber Pergameni ligatus in asseribus, diversos Libros continens; in principio Kalendarium ; secundo Manuale, 2° folio, dominical. &c. Exposicio B. Augustini de Sermone in monte 2o folio, diligat. Decreta cum glossâ Bartholomei Brexensis; 2o folio, naturalem. Decretales Gregoriani cum glossâ Ber'; 2° folio, so. Liber sextus cum glosâ Johannis An, 2' folio, extollit.-Liber Clementis eum glosâ Jo. An. 2° folio, fertur.---Alius Liber Clementis cum glosså Johannis An et cum glossâ Willielmi de Monte Handino; 2° folio, Clement'.-Item, in eodem Libro, Constitutiones Dominorum Othonis et Otoboni cum Glossâ Johannis de Altona; 2° folio, glose 9 in C- Item Dominus Innocentius super quinto Libro Decretalium ; 2 folio, in medico.- Item Willielmus in Speculo, in tribus voluminibus, prima pars Domini Willielmi Durant in Speculo; 2° folio, accesorum.—Secunda pars Domini Willielmi Durant in Speculo; 2° folio, nunc-- Tertia et quarta pars Domini Willielmi Durant sub uno volumine ; 2° folio, possumItem Repertorium utriusque Juris Reverendi Patris Domini

Petri Brixensis Episcopi ; 2° folio, scriberes partem-Secunda pars et ultima Repertorii utriusque Juris Reverendi Patris Domini Petri Brixensis Episcopi ; 2°, folio, temporalibus. Item Constitutiones secundum usum Cantuariensis Provinciæ, cum glossa Willielmi Sherwode, in pergameno; ij folio, sub specie Sacramenti-Summarium Textuale et Conclusiones super Clementinum in eodem Libro cum Tabulâ Titulorum; 2' folio, in Dei. -Domini Panoramitani Practica de modo procedendi in Judicio. Ars inveniendi Themata. Vocabularium utriusque Juris ; 2° folio, ut in Juribus-Dominus Willielmus Durant Speculator super Repertorium Aureum, cum Casibus totius Juris, in quibus Casibus Aliquis est ipso facto suspensus; 2° folio, sciendum quoque.— Expositiones sive Declarationes utriusque Juris Titulorum ; 2: folio, in nomine.-Item Liber Belial, et Constitutiones Cantuar', in pergameno; 2° folio, cum tant' - Glossa Domini Digni super Regulas Juris ; 2° folio, cum ad rebus-Ortus Sanitatis, impressus et ligatus ; primus Tractatus ejusdem de Herbis; 2o folio,effundere aquam; Secundus Tractatus de Ani. malibus; 2o folio, confert palpita; Tertius Tractatus de Avibus; 2° folio, Achant; Quartus Tractatus de Piscibus 2° folio, aquæ elemento; Quintus de Lapidibus; 2° folio, Alabandina ; Sextus de Urinis 2" folio, num primum-Liber miani maii Vocabulorum secundum Ordines Alphabeticas ; ij folio, Abigere.

LXXII. JOAN SMYTH.

Johanna Smyth de Northalverton—6 Ap. 1499.--a towel to the High Altara brass pot to the Church-to Elesabeth Scrube my daughter tway dublers & a dyssh of pewt', a mat', ij scheets, a gowne & a ketyll—To Robert Scroby a brass pot

LXXIII. TESTAMENTUM THOMÆ ARKYNDAL.

In dei nomine, Amen. Anno Domini 1499. 2° die mensis Maij, Ego Thomas Arkyndall compos mentis---corpusque meum sepeliendum in cimiterio Omnium Sanctorum de North alverton cum mortuariis -do et lego summo Altari et duobus Gildys ejusdem Ecclesiæ xxij. - Agneti filiæ meæ equam optimam et unam urceam duobus pueris meis duo agnos Elizabetham meam uxorem meam executricemHiis testibus Domino Roberto Clax vicario de Alverton—cum aliis.

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Debita quæ debet. Pro fermâ xv'. Johanni Johnson viij". Roberto Foster viij Bushell kolls et j lade of wod. Jacobo Tomson iija. Willielmo Calstane iijd. Pro fermâ terræ v*. ijo. 9

GODS OF THOM's ARKYNDALLE. Two trowys xija. A kyst xij". A spynyng qwheel xd. A lytyll twbe ija. A stevynd clath vjd." A wyndaw clath ijd. A box ja. A payr

of tangs, a speet & a cobyrne v4. A pek, a stole, a hekyll ja. A ryppyll came iija. Seven lo of woole viija. Two qwyshyns & a bankar inija. A morty stane iiijų. A payr of wool cames vd. A leed & ye stane xija. A hoppyng tre vja. In wod ija. Two qrter wheet and rye iiijs. viija. iiij bushel ber xija. A lade of hay xxa, An ox vj”. A qwy ij*. viij. iiij sheep iij. iiija.

LXXIV. EDWARD BADESON.

In Dei nomine, Amen. 10 Oct. 1503. Ego Edwardus Badeson de Northalverton--optimum meum animal pro mortuario meo nec non optimam meam togam, ut moris est.Aliciæ uxori meæ meam domum pro termino vitæ suæ et post decessum-pueris meis.

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LXXV. THOMAS HAGERSTON OF HAGERSTON, ESQUYER.'

[Recited in Ing. POST MORT. TEMP. TUNSTALL.] To all trewe cristen people (&c) I Thomas Hagerston of Hagerston w’in the County of Eland Esquyer sendith greating. Wher as I the said Thomas Hagerston by myne dede indentid beryng date the vj day of Decembre in the eight yere of the reigne of King Henry the Eighte made a graunt in fee vnto Robert Collyngwod of Elsyngton Thomas Houlburn of Houlburn & John Collyngwod of Etail within the Countie of Northumbreland Esquyers of all my lands and tenements rents revercions (&c) in the townes & feldes of Hagerston and Cheswyck within the countie of Eland aforesaid whiche tenements (&c) ar now in the tenur holdyng of John Rayhighe (&c) to have (&c) to fulfill my last will. I the said Thomas Hagerston

1 Thomas Haggerston, of Haggerston Castle, in Islandshire, Esq., married Elizabeth, daughter of George Collingwood, of Eslington, Esq., and died 26th Jan., 1531, leaving Thomas Haggerston, Esq., his son and heir, who, according to the heading of his Inventory “ dep'ted vnto the m'cy of God in Scotland in ye King is Maties s'vice." He was, in fact, slain in the Battle of Pannyerhaugh in 1545. This last-mentioned Thomas was great grandfather of Sir Thomas, the first Baronet.

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