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Below is a semi-diplomatic transcription of an inventory page from the [http://hamnet.folger.edu/cgi-bin/Pwebrecon.cgi?BBID=230576 Inventories of the Townshend family 1608-1617]. This transcription was originally completed as part of the first [[Practical Paleography]] Series, sponsored by [[Early Modern Manuscripts Online (EMMO)|EMMO]].
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Below is a basic semi-diplomatic transcription of an inventory page from the [http://hamnet.folger.edu/cgi-bin/Pwebrecon.cgi?BBID=230576 Inventories of the Townshend family 1608-1617]. This transcription was originally completed as part of the first [[Practical Paleography]] Series, sponsored by [[Early Modern Manuscripts Online (EMMO)|EMMO]].
  
==Transcription [http://luna.folger.edu/luna/servlet/s/vfum59 V.b.147, fol. 4v-5r==
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==Transcription [http://luna.folger.edu/luna/servlet/s/vfum59 V.b.147, fol. 4v-5r]==
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In the Cofer Chamber​​<br>
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It''e''​m iij Large peeces of darnex & the Chamber​<br>
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hanged w''i''​th panted Clothe.​<br>
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It''e''​m a table w''i''th a frame ij formes & ij Ioynd stowles​<br>
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It''e''​m one greate standerd w''i''​th​ Lininge​<br>
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It''e''​m ij presses for to putt Lininge in /​<br>
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In the Lobie.​​<br>
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It''e''​m one livery beadstide matt & Cord a​<br>
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fether bead and boulster iij blankett''es''​​<br>
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A rogge <sup>greene​</sup> <strike>of yellowy Read</strike>​ a canope of Cadows​<br>
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It''e''​m a Trundell beadstid matt & Corde a fether​<br>
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bead & ij boulster <sup>iiij</sup>​ <strike>a par​e</strike>​ of blankett''es''​ <sup>a dornex</sup> ​ & <strike>a yelow Roge</strike>​​<br>
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It''e''​m a pa​llett bead & boulster for my Ladys Chamber​<br>
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a par​e of blanckett''es''​ & a dornex covering & the​<br>
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Lobbye hanged Round w''i''​th ​panted Clothe​<br>
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It''e''​m ij downe pillowes​<br>
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It''e''​m a Corse woole beade​<br>
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In The Dornex Chamber​​<br>
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It''e''​m iij peces of dornex hanged a boughte the Chamber​<br>
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It''e''​m ij greate standerd''es''​ bounde wi​th​ Ierne​<br>
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It''e''​m one flannders Cheste bard wi​th​ Ierne​<br>
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to Kensington​ Ite​m one Iewell Cofer & one greate troucke​<br>
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It''e''​m one squar​e Cheste coverd with Lether​<br>
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It''e''​m one greate ouke Cheare of fugered satten​<br>
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It''e''​m one greate Counter table​<br>
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It''e''​m a Close stowle couerd w''i''​th​ Read clothe​<br>
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w''i''​th​ a pann <strike>& Chamber poote</strike>​​<br>
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+​It''e''​m one Ioynd stowle a par​e of Awnd Iernes​<br>
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+​It''e''​m a newe ierne trevett​<br>
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It''e''​m a prease for my Ladys hatte & Rouffes​<br>
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It''e''​m a Curtine of <strike>blewe</strike>​ <sup>gren</sup>​ wi​th​ a Rode​<br>
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[page break]​​<br>
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In Nickholas Owles his​<br>​
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Chamber​​<br>
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It''e''​m one Livery beadstid matt & Corde​<br>
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It''e''​m one fether bead & boulster and​<br>
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wolle bead a dornex covering ij par​e​<br>
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of blanckett''es''​​<br>
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It''e''​m one Longe table w''i''​th​ a frame​<br>
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It''e''​m ij Ioyned stowles j saye corten​<br>
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It''e''​m the Chamber hanged w''i''​th​ pantett cloth​<br>
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In my lordes Chamber​​<br>
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It''e''​m iiij peeces of Gilte Lether​<br>
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It''e''​m one downe bead & boulster ij downe​<br>
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plillowes  one woll bead a grene rogge &​<br>
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ij par​e of blanckett''es''​ matt & Corde​<br>
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It''e''​m a felde beadstide w''i''​th​ coope Cortenes​<br>
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& vallance of grene brode clothe laste​<br>
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with greene silcke lace & fringe & viij gilte Coopes​<br>
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It''e''​m a Cheare & ij stowles sutable to the sacre​<br>
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It''e''​m one Lowe table w''i''​th​ a Cobert in it​<br>
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It''e''​m a Corte Cobbertt​<br>
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It''e''​m ij grene Carpett''es''​ of brode clothe w''i''​th​ fringe​<br>
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+​It''e''​mone owke Cheare of satten imbrodierd​<br>
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It''e''​m a par​e of Awnd Ierne fier shouell & tong''es''​​<br>
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+​It''e''​m a grene windowe Corten of brode clothe​<br>
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In The inwarde Chamber to my​​<br>
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Lordes Chamber​​<br>
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It''e''​m a spanish beadstid matte and Corde​<br>
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It''e''​m a fether beade & boulster​<br>
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It''e''​m a Rogge & a pare of blanckett''es''<br>​​
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It''e''​m a table w''i''​th​ a frame & a Ioyned Stowles​<br>
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It''e''​m a Close stowle & pann & Chamber poot​<br>
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It''e''​m the Chamber hanged w''i''​th​ panted clothe​<br>
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[[Category: Paleography]]
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[[Category: 17th century]]

Latest revision as of 15:48, 9 June 2015

Below is a basic semi-diplomatic transcription of an inventory page from the Inventories of the Townshend family 1608-1617. This transcription was originally completed as part of the first Practical Paleography Series, sponsored by EMMO.

Transcription V.b.147, fol. 4v-5r

In the Cofer Chamber​​
Ite​m iij Large peeces of darnex & the Chamber​
hanged wi​th panted Clothe.​
Ite​m a table with a frame ij formes & ij Ioynd stowles​
Ite​m one greate standerd wi​th​ Lininge​
Ite​m ij presses for to putt Lininge in /​
In the Lobie.​​
Ite​m one livery beadstide matt & Cord a​
fether bead and boulster iij blankettes​​
A rogge greene​ of yellowy Read​ a canope of Cadows​
Ite​m a Trundell beadstid matt & Corde a fether​
bead & ij boulster iiija par​e​ of blankettesa dornex ​ & a yelow Roge​​
Ite​m a pa​llett bead & boulster for my Ladys Chamber​
a par​e of blanckettes​ & a dornex covering & the​
Lobbye hanged Round wi​th ​panted Clothe​
Ite​m ij downe pillowes​
Ite​m a Corse woole beade​
In The Dornex Chamber​​
Ite​m iij peces of dornex hanged a boughte the Chamber​
Ite​m ij greate standerdes​ bounde wi​th​ Ierne​
Ite​m one flannders Cheste bard wi​th​ Ierne​
to Kensington​ Ite​m one Iewell Cofer & one greate troucke​
Ite​m one squar​e Cheste coverd with Lether​
Ite​m one greate ouke Cheare of fugered satten​
Ite​m one greate Counter table​
Ite​m a Close stowle couerd wi​th​ Read clothe​
wi​th​ a pann & Chamber poote​​
+​Ite​m one Ioynd stowle a par​e of Awnd Iernes​
+​Ite​m a newe ierne trevett​
Ite​m a prease for my Ladys hatte & Rouffes​
Ite​m a Curtine of blewegren​ wi​th​ a Rode​
[page break]​​
In Nickholas Owles his​
​ Chamber​​
Ite​m one Livery beadstid matt & Corde​
Ite​m one fether bead & boulster and​
wolle bead a dornex covering ij par​e​
of blanckettes​​
Ite​m one Longe table wi​th​ a frame​
Ite​m ij Ioyned stowles j saye corten​
Ite​m the Chamber hanged wi​th​ pantett cloth​
In my lordes Chamber​​
Ite​m iiij peeces of Gilte Lether​
Ite​m one downe bead & boulster ij downe​
plillowes one woll bead a grene rogge &​
ij par​e of blanckettes​ matt & Corde​
Ite​m a felde beadstide wi​th​ coope Cortenes​
& vallance of grene brode clothe laste​
with greene silcke lace & fringe & viij gilte Coopes​
Ite​m a Cheare & ij stowles sutable to the sacre​
Ite​m one Lowe table wi​th​ a Cobert in it​
Ite​m a Corte Cobbertt​
Ite​m ij grene Carpettes​ of brode clothe wi​th​ fringe​
+​Ite​mone owke Cheare of satten imbrodierd​
Ite​m a par​e of Awnd Ierne fier shouell & tonges​​
+​Ite​m a grene windowe Corten of brode clothe​
In The inwarde Chamber to my​​
Lordes Chamber​​
Ite​m a spanish beadstid matte and Corde​
Ite​m a fether beade & boulster​
Ite​m a Rogge & a pare of blanckettes
​​ Ite​m a table wi​th​ a frame & a Ioyned Stowles​
Ite​m a Close stowle & pann & Chamber poot​
Ite​m the Chamber hanged wi​th​ panted clothe​