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The Princess, offended by his apostasy, drops him for Paul Muniment, just as she had abandoned her previous interests for "rising democracy.
1) In asking Muniment to take her as Hyacinth's substitute, she says "I love him [Hyacinth] very much," and the narrator adds, "it would have been impossible for the most impudent cynic to smile at the manner in which she made the declaration" (1908, 2:227).
Catalogue of the Manuscripts and Muniments of Alleyn's College of God's Gift at Dulwich (London: Spottiswoode & Co.
NRS, Buecleuch Muniments, GD224/906/5; Sir William Fraser (ed.
Unfortunately the Fyvie muniments do not include any relevant information, such as a list of employees, that would resolve the question once and for all.
According to Steven Justice, Writing and Rebellion: England in 1381 (Berkeley: U of California P, 1994), chapter 1, "Insurgent Literacy," supposedly illiterate rebels could be literate enough to find and destroy muniments bearing on their own land.
John Wrightson to Forbes, November 2, 1757 in Dalhousie Muniments, item 2/14/4 (microfilm, DL).
Dorridge is mentioned as far back as the 1400s in the Westminster Muniments, but the earliest evidence of settlement is during the period of the Bronze Age man - an axe dated to 1300 BC was found in Norton Green.
2) I am grateful to the Derbyshire Record Office, Matlock, for permission to print these documents, and to Miss Christine Reynolds, Assistant Keeper of the Muniments, Westminster Abbey, for kindly checking the burials register of St Margaret's, Westminster on my behalf.
The roll, written in Latin, was found among the Throckmorton muniments at Coughton Court, Warwickshire.
The catalogs in the muniments room of Christie's can also reveal additional consignors.
1) Thanks to the keen eye and catholic interests of Dr Christopher Page, more fragments have recently surfaced, in the Muniments Room of the library of Westminster Abbey.