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collection of ordinances and regulations for the government of the Royal Household

collection of ordinances and regulations for the government of the Royal Household

made in divers reigns from King Edward III to King William and Queen Mary. Also receipts in ancient cookery.

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Published by printed for the Society of Antiquaries by John Nichols, sold by Messrs. White and Son, robson, Leigh and Sotheby; Browne; and Egerton"s in London .
Written in English


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vini expensabilis, et j cereolum, et xxiiij frustra candelarum. 3 A Collection of Ordinance and Regulation for the Government of the Royal Household, &c. Printed for the Society of Antiquaries, John Nichols, London, , p. * The Ordinances of were a series of regulations imposed upon King Edward II by the peerage and clergy of the Kingdom of England to restrict the power of the king. The twenty-one signatories of the Ordinances are referred to as the Lords Ordainers, or simply the Ordainers. English setbacks in the Scottish war, combined with perceived extortionate royal fiscal policies, set the background.

English [] Etymology []. wafer +‎ -y. Noun []. wafery (uncountable) (obsolete, historical) A kitchen or building in which wafers and other pastries are prepared; the department of the royal household responsible for the preparation of wafers, Ordinances for the Government of Prince Edward, Son of King Edward IV in A Collection of Ordinances and Regulations for the Government of the. The use of the Royal Arms and of Royal Devices, Emblems and Titles, or of Arms, Devices, etc., which are so similar as to be calculated to deceive, in connection with any trade or business, or to suggest that the person is employed by or supplies goods to a Member of the Royal Family, is prohibited by the Trade Marks Act , unless the.

The Royal Households of the United Kingdom are the collective departments which support members of the British royal members of the Royal Family who undertake public duties have separate households. They vary considerably in size, from the large Royal Household which supports the Sovereign to the household of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, with fewer members. A Collection of Ordinances and Regulations for the Government of the Royal Household made in divers reigns from King Edward III to King William and Queen Mary. (Society of Antiquaries of London, ) A Collection of Wills of the Kings and Queens of England from William the Conqueror to Henry VII (ed. J. Nichols, Society of Antiquaries, ).


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A collection of ordinances and regulations for the government of the royal household, made in divers reigns: from King Edward III to King William and Queen Mary, also receipts in.

A collection of ordinances and regulations for the government of the royal household, made in divers reigns. From King Edward III. to King William and Queen Mary. Also receipts in ancient cookery by Society of Antiquaries of London; University of Leeds.

Library. Collection of ordinances and regulations for the government of the royal household, made in divers reigns. London: Printed for the Society of Antiquaries by John Nichols, sold by Messieurs White and Son, Robson, Leigh and Sotheby, Browne, and Egerton's, (OCoLC) A Collection of Ordinances and Regulations for the Government of the Royal Household, Made in Divers Reigns: From King Edward III.

to King William and Queen Mary. Also Receipts in Ancient Cookery. A Collection of Ordinances and Regulations for the Government of the Royal Household, made in Divers Reigns.

From King Edward III, to King William and Queen Mary. Also Receipts in Ancient Cookery. London, Printed for the Society of Antiquaries by John Nichols, Quarto, xxii, pages. A collection of ordinances and regulations for the government of the royal household, made in divers reigns.

From King Edward III. to King William and Queen Mary. Also receipts in ancient cookery Internet Archive BookReader A collection of ordinances and regulations for the government of the royal household, made in divers reigns.

Royal Household of the United Kingdom, organization that provides support to the royal family of the United Kingdom. Its chief duties include assisting the queen in carrying out her responsibilities as head of state, organizing public ceremonies involving the royal family or royal residences, and maintaining and presenting the Royal Collection.

Full text of " A collection of ordinances and regulations for the government of the royal household, made in divers reigns: from King Edward III to King William and Queen Mary, also receipts in ancient cookery ". 15 For example, the ordinances incorporate, with some amendment, regulations in French made in for Duchy stewards, DL 42/7 f.

Similarly most of the provisions of the royal household ordinance of were incorporated in the later ordinance ofMyers, A. R., Household of Edward IV (Manchester, ), p.

Nevertheless, a few 'ordinances of fares of the dietts to be served to the King's Highnesse' transcribed from a manuscript of were published in in one of my favourite sources on British royal domestic matters, the wonderful A Collection of Ordinances and Regulations for the Government of the Royal Household printed for the Society of.

A collection of ordinances and regulations for the government of the royal household, made in divers reigns. From King Edward III, to King William and Queen Mary. Also, receipts in ancient cookery. (Microform, ) []. William Grymesby is mentioned as Yoman of the Stoole inin A collection of ordinances and regulations for the government of the royal household, printed in (cited OED.

This may, or may not, be the Willielmus Grymesby who was MP for Great Grimsby. The Ordinances of Eltham,in A Collection of Ordinances and Regulations for the Government of the Royal Household made in divers reigns from King Edward III to King William and Queen Mary (Society of Antiquaries, ), pp.

page note 3 Particularly in A Collection of Ordinances and Regulations for the Government of the Royal Household, made in Divers Reigns from King Edward to King William and Queen Mary, also Receipts in Ancient Cookery,   ↑ A Collection of Ordinances and Regulations for the Government of the Royal Household, made in Divers Reigns from King Edward III.

to King William and Queen Mary, printed for the Society of Antiquaries, (London, ). Society of Antiquaries of London, A Collection of Ordinances and Regulations for the Government of the Royal Household, Made in Divers Reigns: From King Edward III to King William and Queen Mary, Also Receipts in Ancient Cookery (London: for the Society of Antiquaries by John Nichols, ), Ancient Cookery* from A Collection of the Ordinances and Regulations for the Government of the Royal Household made in Divers Reigns from King Edward III to King William and Queen Mary also Receipts in Ancient Cookery, printed for the Society of London Antiquaries by John Nichols, The recipes are from the early 15th century.

A Collection of Ordinances and Regulations for the Government of the Royal Household (Edward III. to William and Mary). 4to, 2. The book of. A Collection of Ordinances and Regulations for the Government of the Royal Household ‥, PSAL (). MED title stencils and sources: Arun ?c s (Arun ):: A Collection of Ordinances and Regulations for the Government of the Royal Household ‥, PSAL ().

?c s in Nicolas PPExp. Collection of ordinances and regulations for the government of the Royal household, made in divers reigns. London, History and antiquities of the County Palatine of Durham.A Collection of Ordinances and Regulations for the Government of the Royal Household, made in Divers Reigns from King Edward III.

to King William and Queen Mary, printed for the Society of .A Collection of Ordinances and Regulations for the Government of the Royal Household Also, Receipts in Ancient Cookery (London: Society of Antiquaries, )  Valuable collection of royal household regulations from the reign of Edward III to that of William and Mary, together with an edition of British Library, MS Arundel