This is the only surviving contemporary copy of the death warrant of Mary, Queen of Scots. It belonged to Henry Grey, 6th Earl of Kent copy (LPL MS4769 f.1r.)
Only surviving copy of 'Prayers or collectes to be sayd in the Masse for the Quenes highnesse, beinge with childe' (London,1554) [**H2015.S2.02] Mary I was thought to be pregnant in autumn 1554, though by June 1555 it was known not to be the case.
E.W. Benson, Archbishop of Canterbury, Lord Plunket, Archbishop of Dublin, and William Alexander, Archbishop of Armagh in 1897. [LPL MS 3977 f.17b.]
Diocletian enthroned with his daughters and their husbands from 15th cent. Brut Chronicle [LPL MS 84 f. 1r.]
Virgin and Child with Lady de Quincy in margin [LPL MS 209 f. 48]
In 1608 the 1604 version of the Book of Common Prayer was translated into the Irish language by Archbishop William O'Donnell (or Daniel). It was the first time the BCP had been published in Irish. [**H5145.A617]
Ancestry of John Dudley, 1st Duke of Northumberland (1504-1553), shown in the manner of a 'tree of Jesse' arising from a recumbent ancestor named 'Roderycke'. [LPL MS310 f. 58]
Coat of arms of Archbishop Richard Bancroft painted on fore-edge of Commentaria in titulum pandectarum, de regulis iuris... by Gulielmus Maynerius (1571) [*OA161.D5],