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1680

11 letters

From:William Dugdale, London
To:Anthony Wood
Date:1 January 1680
Summary:He would have responded sooner. but until yesterday he couldn’t discover where Bysshe was buried (St Olave’s in the Jewry). He thinks Henry St George will succeed as Clarenceux, but they have to wait on the Duke of Norfolk, who has the nomination and is in Brussels. He hopes to see Wood in Warwickshire by Easter.
Comment:
Reference:Bodleian, MS Wood F 41, 126

From:William Dugdale, Blyth Hall
To:John Huntbach, Wolverhampton
Date:[February 1680]
Summary:Concerning the Dean of Windsor's suit over the chancel of Wolverhampton church.
Comment:
Reference:Huntbach, private collection

From:William Dugdale, Blyth Hall
To:Anthony Wood
Date:6 March 1680
Summary:Letting Wood know that he has to go to London the week before Easter and does not expect to see him beforehand. Confirms that Blount died at Christmas.
Comment:
Reference:Bodleian, MS Wood F 41, 127

From:William Dugdale, Heralds' Office
To:Anthony Wood, Oxford
Date:[April 1680]
Summary:Returning Wood's papers with thanks and telling him about a heraldic book in Latin written by another member of the College of Arms, which he thinks should be printed at Oxford.
Comment:
Reference:Bodleian, MS Wood F 41, 130

From:William Dugdale, Heralds' Office
To:Anthony Wood, Oxford
Date:6 April 1680
Summary:He has prepared a draft account of his life, which he'd like to show Wood. Mentions drawing up a funeral certificate for Sheldon's brother and the details he has learnt of Blount's death.
Comment:
Reference:Bodleian, MS Wood F 41, 129

From:William Dugdale, London
To:Anthony Wood, Oxford
Date:25 May 1680
Summary:Acknowledges Wood's letter of 11 May, which was discouraging about the heraldic book. He hopes to be home by midsummer and to see Wood there.
Comment:
Reference:Bodleian, MS Wood F 41, 131

From:William Dugdale, Blyth Hall
To:Seth Ward
Date:4 September 1680
Summary:Concerning letters to be sent to the Duke of Grafton and Earl of Salisbury following their installation as Garter knights.
Comment:
Reference:Merevale, HT2B/3/16

From:William Dugdale, Heralds' Office
To:Richard Cooling
Date:22 September 1680
Summary:Enclosing bill of fees for Duke of Grafton's installation.
Comment:Draft
Reference:Merevale, HT2B/3/3

From:John Durell, Windsor
To:William Dugdale, Heralds' Office
Date:27 September 1680
Summary:Offering lodging to Dugdale and the Earl of Salisbury. Mentions preparations for the Garter ceremony.
Comment:
Reference:Merevale, HT2B/3/26

From:William Dugdale, Heralds' Office
To:Anthony Wood
Date:28 October 1680
Summary:Acknowledges Wood's letter of 24 October, although he hasn't received the papers Wood sent to Warwickshire. Lends him the requested book for a month.
Comment:
Reference:Bodleian, MS Wood F 41, 133

From:William Dugdale, London
To:Anthony Wood
Date:2 December 1680
Summary:Acknowledges receipt of the book lent to Wood; he sends a copy of a letter to Wood from Herbert, the original having miscarried. Asks him to remind Sheldon about paying for his brother's monument, asks him to stifle reports that he is the author of the Short View and encourages him to work on the bishops.
Comment:
Reference:Bodleian, MS Wood F 41, 135