The Resource True copie of the court booke of the Governor and Society of the Massachusetts Bay in New England

True copie of the court booke of the Governor and Society of the Massachusetts Bay in New England

Label
True copie of the court booke of the Governor and Society of the Massachusetts Bay in New England
Title
True copie of the court booke of the Governor and Society of the Massachusetts Bay in New England
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
Pre-migration business of the Massachusetts Bay Company; transcription of the records of the rulings of the General Court of the Province of Massachusetts Bay and the Magistrates' or Assistants' Court
Cataloging source
BRL
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
  • 1826-1889
  • 1588?-1665
  • 1591-1643
  • 1613-1675
  • 1711-1780
  • 1786-1876
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Barlow, Samuel L. M.
  • Endecott, John
  • Hutchinson, Anne
  • Hutchinson, Edward
  • Hutchinson, Thomas
  • Aspinwall, Thomas
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Massachusetts Bay Company
  • Law
  • Massachusetts
  • Massachusetts
Label
True copie of the court booke of the Governor and Society of the Massachusetts Bay in New England
Link
https://archive.org/details/truecopieofcourt00barl
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Caption title
  • Pages 5,6 blank; 76-77 omitted in pagination; 135-36 missing; blank page between 223 and 224; 264 repeated
  • Text preceded by a manuscript page by Governor Thomas Hutchinson describing the death of his ancestor, and owner of this book, Edward Hutchinson
  • Conserved in 2013 by Northeast Document Conservation Center; their report on the item's original condition and their restoration described in note pasted to cover p.3
  • Each leaf encapsulated in polyester film, bound in boards
  • Iron gall ink damage
  • Original binding: full reverse calf blind stamped with central lozenge; housed separately with original slipcase.
  • Folder, containing items relataing to the acquisition of this volume by the Boston Public Library, laid in
Extent
1 online resource ([1], 312, [1] pages)
Form of item
online
Ownership
Originally prepared for Governor John Endecott. Passed under unknown circumstances to Captain Edward Hutchinson, son of Anne Hutchinson, and eventually to his great-grandson Thomas Hutchinson, last royal governor of Massachusetts, and was removed by him to England in 1774. Likely returned to the U.S. by Thomas Aspinwall, U.S. consul in London, in 1853 and subsequently purchased by New York attorney Samuel L.M. Barlow whose library was auctioned in 1890 when this work was purchased (catalog # 2765) by the Boston Public Library.
Specific material designation
remote
Label
True copie of the court booke of the Governor and Society of the Massachusetts Bay in New England
Link
https://archive.org/details/truecopieofcourt00barl
Publication
Note
  • Caption title
  • Pages 5,6 blank; 76-77 omitted in pagination; 135-36 missing; blank page between 223 and 224; 264 repeated
  • Text preceded by a manuscript page by Governor Thomas Hutchinson describing the death of his ancestor, and owner of this book, Edward Hutchinson
  • Conserved in 2013 by Northeast Document Conservation Center; their report on the item's original condition and their restoration described in note pasted to cover p.3
  • Each leaf encapsulated in polyester film, bound in boards
  • Iron gall ink damage
  • Original binding: full reverse calf blind stamped with central lozenge; housed separately with original slipcase.
  • Folder, containing items relataing to the acquisition of this volume by the Boston Public Library, laid in
Extent
1 online resource ([1], 312, [1] pages)
Form of item
online
Ownership
Originally prepared for Governor John Endecott. Passed under unknown circumstances to Captain Edward Hutchinson, son of Anne Hutchinson, and eventually to his great-grandson Thomas Hutchinson, last royal governor of Massachusetts, and was removed by him to England in 1774. Likely returned to the U.S. by Thomas Aspinwall, U.S. consul in London, in 1853 and subsequently purchased by New York attorney Samuel L.M. Barlow whose library was auctioned in 1890 when this work was purchased (catalog # 2765) by the Boston Public Library.
Specific material designation
remote

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