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  1. Remedy ayenst the troubles of temptacyons. (31)
  2. Remembrances for order and decency to be kept in the Upper House of Parliament by the Lords ... [manuscript], ca. 1802. (2)
  3. Remembrances for order and decency to be kept in the upper House of Parliament by the Lords when his Majestie is not there, leaving the solemnityes belonging to his Majesties comeing to be marshall'd by those Lords to whome it more properly appertaines [manuscript], 1699. (2)
  4. Remembrances for order and decency to be kept in the upper house of Parliament by the Lords when his Majesty is not there ... [manuscript], ca. 1710. (2)
  5. Remembrances for order and decency to be kept in the upper house of Parliament by the Lords when his Majesty is not there ... [manuscript], ca. 1711. (2)
  6. Remembrances, drafted by Robert Bennet, to the committee of the army (3)
  7. Remmelin, Johann (5)
  8. Remnant of a single clasp catching on the back cover, catch plate remaining on the back cover and a large round domed nail remaining securing an unlined leather strap on the front cover. Evidence of five bosses, at the corners and in the center, probably light weight, as they were secured with small thin brass nails. (2)
  9. Remnant of the top headband reveals a blue and white linen tread with front bead sewn over a rolled vellum core, held in place by new white linen thread. (2)
  10. Remnants of a blue and beige linen thread with a front bead over a rolled tanned leather core. (6)
  11. Remnants of clasps, curled catch on the back board, recess for strap empty on front board. Evidence of a metal edge along the leather edge on the boards. Nails remaining on the turn-ins. (3)
  12. Remnants of ribbon ties. (2)
  13. Remnants of two blank flyleaves at the back and fragment of a flyleaf reinforced with a strip of vellum in the front. (3)
  14. Remnants of two blue ribbon ties on the fore-edge. (4)
  15. Remnants of two clasps catching from front to back. Three star nails on the front cover holding the leather straps that had been lined with vellum. On the back cover are trefoil shaped catches embossed with a three stemed flowering plant. (2)
  16. Remnants of two clasps. Catch plates on the front cover and strap plates on back cover still extant. (2)
  17. Remnants of two fore-edge clasps catching on the back covers. Trefoil rolled catch plates on the back cover, remnant of tanned leather strap held by three iron nails. (3)
  18. Remnants of two fore-edge clasps hinging from the back cover and catching on the front cover. Fragment of the top hasp missing and all of the bottom hasp is missing. The top strap plate is also missing. The straps were a laminate of three layers of vellum, the inner layer using recycled manuscript waste. (2)
  19. Remnants of two fore-edge clasps hinging from the back cover and catching on the top. The two extant catch plates on the front cover are square with a "V" cut along the back edge. They are embossed with an "eye, with dot surround" stamp. The single extant hasp is flared at the end with a rectangular leafy vine embossed stamp at the top with more of the "eye, with dot surround" stamp, and a concentric circle stamp at the bottom. The strap plates are simple thin rectangular plates fastened by three cut brass nails. (2)
  20. Remnants of two fore-edge clasps hinging from the front board catching on the back. Ornamental nails still extant on the front cover and catch plates on the back cover held in place with cut brass nails. Straps are missing but remnants of tanned leather remain under the nails. (4)