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Hansard quoting Paulus Jovius
2. Sir H. Nicolas. Privy Purse Expenses, Henry VIII.
3. Lodge, Brit. Hist and Bio.
4. B. M. , MS. Nero C.10
5. An MS. of the Berkeley family, Hansard.
6. Harrow School Lists.
7. B M. MS. 6314.
8. Tomlin, Perambulation of Islington.
9. Gentleman's Mag. 1832.
10. Rules for the Easter. &c, Tartgets. G. MS. 193.
11. Highmore, in his History of the Honourable Artillery Company, states that the Finsbury Archers amalgamated with the Archery division of the H. A. C.; but this is an error, as there does not seem to have been an Archery division of the H. A. C. at all till it was formed by some of the members of the Toxophilite Society in 1784. If the Finsbury Archers had amalgamated with the H. A. C, how could the remaining Finsbury Archers in 1781 have given the plate, &c., which had belonged to them, to the Toxophilite Society
12. B. M. MS. 29790.
13. State Papers, Dom vol. cccliv.
14. State Papers, Dom. vol. ccxciii
15. Aleyn Papers, vol. ii. f. 87.
16. Loyal Protestant and true Domestick Intelligence, July 16, 1681.
17. Add. MSS 6320.
18. Records of the Woodmen of Arden
19. B. M. MS. 6318.
20. Sporting Mag., vol. xvi.
21. MSS., R.T.S.
22. MSS., R. T. S.
23. The Science of Archery, 1834.
24. Sporting Mag. vol. xcii.