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I much regret that I am unable to trace these MSS., if still existing, to their present place of deposit.

After the death of Le Neve they were, together with the rest of his library, sold by auction on the 22nd of February and following days, 17f^, at the Bedford Coffee House in Covent Garden. Other manuscripts, once the property of Le Neve, are in the British Museum, but I have not as yet been able to identify them as amongst those referred to in this book.

VU Colet;' 'Britannia Antiqua et Modcrna ' ('Magna Britannia et Hibernia, Antiqna et Nova/ collected and composed by an Impartial Hand, 1720-1731. Hutton's ' London Monuments,' Philpott's books, the book of Bishops, and many others, are cited a which further particulars than here given may be obtained.

Furthermore, Le Neve possessed an extensive manuscj^^.

AND QUEEN MARY, KING WILLIAM ALONE, AND QUEEN ANNE. Peter Neve, or Le Neve, as he called himself, in imitation of Sir William Le Neve, Clarenceux, of whose family he was a collateral, was born January 21, 1661-2, educated at Merchant Taylors' School, appointed Rouge Dragon Pursuivant of Arms 17 January, 1688-9, and created on the 25th May, 170J? He was a Fellow of the Royal Society, and of the Society of Antiquaries, of which he was at one time President, and the descendant of a family seated at Tivetshall in Norfolk as early as the reign of Henry the Fourth.f He appears to have been a man of no mean ability, though perhaps somewhat eccentric, and was a zealous and indefatigable antiquary, — and one who, if we may judge from the following pages, never made an assertion when beyond his mere personal knowledge without quoting his authority, or shrank from stating the truth from the now, alas ! Clopton, who, being a Warwickshire man, seems to have been asked when anything was wanted relating to persons who descended out of that county. will be found a list of knights with notes to each, of the persons from whom Le Neve meant to ask information, or a reference to the book where he might look for it ; to many of the pedigrees also a note is added of the name of some one from whom it might be obtained, as at p. 140, " c^'' at D" Com'ons." References of this kind are so numerous throughout the work, that I cannot do more than call attention to them as one of Le Neve's most important sources of information. K"' of J Slaning S'' Nicolas Slanino of Marston bar', bath \ Rolles S'' John of Bicton.

2^olumc mdih r OE THE TEAE MDCCCLXXIII, He Mt Mts 33etiigms of tjje iinigfjts MADE BY KING CHARLES II., KING JAMES II., KING WILLIAM III. D., FELLOW OF THE SOCIETY OF ANTIQt TAEIES, i ND HONOEABT SECEETAET OF THE HARLEIAN SOCIETY. LONDON : MITCHELL AND HUGHES, PBINTEES, WAHDOUE STEEETj W. At a meeting of the Harleian Society held ou the 13th December, 1871, the offer of Mr. I have carefully collated this transcript with the original, and I am thus enabled to place a verbatim copy of Harl. 5801, 5802 before the members of the Harleian Society. He made enquu'ies of the persons knighted where possible, their friends or ac- quaintance, from his brother heralds, — as for instance, from Mr.

The next, that "Heraldry [is] a study which only loads the memory without improving the understanding," appears to have been a favourite maxim of Le Neve. From the preface, or rather the commencement of that which was intended for it, it seems that these pedigrees of knights were originally written for publication, though of course in a more finished form than they appear here, — this manuscript being little more than a collection of rough notes made from time to time. It must be borne in mind that after the pedigrees were first entered Le Neve made constant notes and additions to them, hence the same date will be sometimes found repeated. It would have much added to the expense to follow this arrangement in the printed copy ; they have therefore in many instances been incorporated with the text, but always without the least alteration in the wording. DURING ALL HIS REIGN, THOSE OF KING JAMES THE II., KING WILLIAM AND QUEEN MARY, WITH THEIR PEDIGREES, COLLECTED BY PETER LE NEVE ROUGE CROIX PURSUEV, 7 AUG: 169G. PREFACE TO KNIGHTS- To THE Reader It being the vsuall custom to fix a preface to each book which comes forth into print and this following Catalogue (if that custom had not been) wanting sometliing to be said to extenuate the imperfections thereof, there is an absolute nescesity of entertaining you with something p'liminary to it.

The first thirty-eight pages are occupied by pedigrees of Knights of the Bath, the rest of the book with pedigrees of Knight Batchelors. 312 the pedigree of Hungerford, to which this reference points. Lastly, I have endeavoured to produce not only a verbatim, but as far as possible a literatim copy of the Manuscript, and though mistakes will creep into every book, I hope that in this they are few and far between. I am very conscious gi-eat faults wilbe found with it most of which were not in my power to help as at the time when I begin this catalogue it is from the first year of the reign of King Charles the 2* the time when the catalogues which have been already printed end, the 2'* whereof which I have lightt of as yet was that put out by Jo. P' to S' Tlio Herbert of Tinterne bart., 2 18 July 1671.

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