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Sir Frederick Madden and Portsmouth
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Get this from a library. Sir Frederick Madden and Portsmouth. [John Webb, M.A.]. Madden attended local schools in and around Portsmouth untilfinishing with a well-developed taste for independent study.
Career In he was engaged by the British Museum to assist in the preparation of the classified catalogue of printed books then contemplated, and in he became assistant keeper of manuscripts. Sir Frederic Madden was an English palaeographer.
From his childhood he displayed a flair for linguistic and antiquarian studies. In he was engaged by the British Museum to assist in the preparation of the classified catalogue of printed books, and in he became assistant keeper of manuscripts/5. MADDEN, Sir FREDERIC (–), antiquary and palæographer, was born at Portsmouth 16 Feb.
and was the seventh son of William John Madden, a captain of royal marines, and nephew of General Sir George Allan Madden [q. v.] His family was of Irish extraction. Born in Portsmouth, he was the son of William John Madden (–), a Captain in the Royal Marines of Irish origin, and his wife Sarah Carter (–).
From his childhood he displayed a flair for linguistic and antiquarian studies. In he was engaged by the British Museum to assist in the preparation of the classified catalogue of printed books, and in he became assistant. Illuminated Ornaments: Selected from Manuscripts and Early Printed Books from the Sixth to the Seventeenth Centuries Frederic Madden "In the same vein, Beckwith comments: the first of many British 19th-century studies of illuminated manuscripts, such books opened the public's eyes to the aesthetic and historical value of manuscript arts.
Sir Frederic Madden joined the Museum inbecoming Keeper of Manuscripts in He retired in He is one of the great nineteenth-century diarists, whose volume diary, estimated at four million words and still not fully published, covers the years to An eminent nineteenth-century archaeologist and noted palaeographer, Sir Frederick Madden was Keeper of Manuscripts at the British Museum between and During this period his activities included of course the acquisition of manuscripts for the library, and thus a great deal of his time was spent in auction rooms and at private sales of.
Sir Frederic Madden at Cambridge: extracts from Madden's Sir Frederick Madden and Portsmouth book, and / edited by T.D. Rogers Madden, Frederic, [ Book: ].
() avec Frederic Madden () comme Traducteur Index to the additional manuscripts, with those of the Egerton Collection preserved in the British Museum, and acquired in the years [by W.
Upton Richards, Edward A. Bonde and F. Madden] (). The eighth volume in Frederick Madden's monumental documentary history of the British Empire, this volume deals with some of the dependencies--the West Indies, British Honduras, Hong Kong, Fiji, Cyprus, Gibraltar and the Falklands--since Using documentary materials, as in the earlier volumes, the book illustrates the progress toward self-government and independence, including, for.
The artist R.H.C. Ubsdell wrote at the time to Sir Frederick Madden that: " the house at the lower end of point, so many years occupied by Mr. Lindegren and which Parliament has ordered to be pulled Sir Frederick Madden and Portsmouth book has been demolished today which gives an open view of the harbour looking down Broad crossing from Gosport to Point we have a view of the Star and Garter Hotel and several.
Bosco Books. Edit Your Search. Results (1 - 30) The Portsmouth Papers No. 47 Sir Frederick Madden and Portsmouth. John Webb. Published by Portsmouth City Council, Portsmouth () ISBN ISBN Used. First Edition. Quantity Available: 1. SIR FREDERIC MADDEN (), English palaeographer, the son of an officer of Irish extraction, was born at Portsmouth on the 16th of February From his earliest years he displayed a strong bent to linguistic and antiquarian studies.
In he was engaged by the British Museum to assist in the preparation of the classified catalogue of printed books then contemplated, and in he. IN this work the Society of Antiquaries and their accomplished editor have made a valuable contribution to the history of the English language and of English literature.
Sir Frederick Madden assumes, on internal evidence, the commence- ment of the thirteenth century as the period at which Layamores Brut was composed. Of the correctness of this assumption little doubt can be entertained.
Henry Slight was a well known antiquarian active in the early/middle 19th Century whose records (some of which were written together with his brother) form an important part of the documentary history of Portsmouth. He was, however, not well regarded by such luminaries as Sir Frederick Madden who considered his work less than thorough.
Biography. Madden was born at Portsmouth, the son of an officer of Irish extraction. From his childhood he displayed a flair for linguistic and antiquarian studies.
In he was engaged by the British Museum to assist in the preparation of the classified catalogue of printed books, and in he became assistant keeper of manuscripts. In he was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society. .
“The Blood-Dimmed Tide” by Rennie Airth is the second novel in the “John Madden” series and was released in This novel is set in A girl’s mutilated corpse near John Madden’s home brings Madden back into the fold of investigating crimes after he had retired.
Madden. The Shield is: Sable, a falcon volent, seizing a mallard argent. Translation: The falcon signifies one who is eager in the Pursuit of his Objective and symbolizes a Noble and Strong Spirit in Enterprises of Honor. Sable (black) denotes Constancy and represents the planet Saturn.
The Crest is: A wolf salient gules. The Mottoes are: "Christo duce vincamus.". : Historia Anglorum sive, ut vulgo dicitur, Historia Minor 3 Volume Set: Item ejusdem abbreviatio chronicorum Angliae (Cambridge Library Collection - Rolls) (): Paris, Matthew, Madden, Frederic: Books.
Richard married Emma, the daughter of his former sponsor Archibald Low, in and together they had 10 children, 7 surviving to adulthood. For much of their early life together they lived at 31 St. Thomas's Street, one of the most elegant houses in Portsmouth. It had formerly been the residence of John Madden, father of Sir Frederick Madden.
The Portsmouth Papers - 44 - The Evolution of the Docks and Industrial Buildings in Portsmouth Royal Dockyard Aug 5, 08/18 Aug 5, by Riley, R.
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A Study of Maritime Warfare (London, N., ‘Admiral Sir Charles E. Madden (–) and Admiral Sir Frederick L. Field Book summary views reflect the number of visits to the book and chapter landing by: 3. Half Length portriat painting in oils of Sir Frederick Mann, seated and balancing a book on his knee.
He sits of a chair with carved arms. The frame is painted dull gold. Size cm x cm (includes frame) Object Registration Historical information The portrait was.
Portsmouth (/ ˈ p ɔːr t s m ə θ / ()) is a port city in Hampshire, England, with a total population ofresidents. The city of Portsmouth is nicknamed Pompey and is mainly built on Portsea Island, a flat, low-lying island measuring 24 square kilometres (9 sq mi) in area, just off the south-east coast of outh is the only island city in the United Kingdom, and is the Ceremonial county: Hampshire.
The mistake was corrected by Sir Frederick Madden in By his second wife Lyster had a son, Michael, who died in London, and was buried on 22 Aug. ; and a daughter, Elizabeth, who became the wife of Sir Richard Blount.
His will, dated 10 Oct.was proved on 16 April About this Item: Griffin & Co, Portsmouth, Cloth. Reprint. Good Copy in navy cloth on boards with gilt titles on cover and spine. Cover rubbed to boards around edges and split at base of spine and small piece missing at head of spine.
Previous owner's inscription and book plate on front paste down. Coloured end papers. Binding is sound. Admiral of the Fleet Sir Cecil Burney, 1st Baronet, GCB, GCMG, DL (15 May – 5 June ) was a Royal Navy officer.
After seeing action as a junior office in naval brigades during both the Anglo-Egyptian War and the Mahdist War, he commanded a cruiser in operational service during the Second Boer a flag officer he commanded the Plymouth Division of the Home Fleet, the 5th Cruiser Battles/wars: Anglo-Egyptian War, Mahdist War.
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Origins and early career. Sir Frederick Madden in his "Remarks on the Monument of Sir Richard Lyster in St. Michael's Church Southampton," describes both the judge's grandfather, Thomas, and his father, John, as of Wakefield in Yorkshire.
His mother was a daughter of Beaumont of Whitley in the same county. He had his legal training in the Middle Temple, where he arrived at the dignity of. Frederick George Denham Bedford, Sir; Owen Francis Gillett: Publisher: Portsmouth, Gieve's [pref.
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