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He was educated at  Trinity College, Cambridge (1662; B.A. 1665–6; Fellow, 1668; M.A. 1669; D.D. 1684).<ref>{{:cambridge|BTLY662J}}</ref>
 
He was educated at  Trinity College, Cambridge (1662; B.A. 1665–6; Fellow, 1668; M.A. 1669; D.D. 1684).<ref>{{:cambridge|BTLY662J}}</ref>
 
He had been rector of Hunton and Adisham (1684&ndash;1708); chaplain to Archbishops Sancroft and Tillotson; Chancellor of Brecknock (1684); Archdeacon of Suffolk (1687&ndash;8); and was also Master of the Eastbridge Hospital (1688).<ref>{{:CCED|4805}}</ref>
 
He had been rector of Hunton and Adisham (1684&ndash;1708); chaplain to Archbishops Sancroft and Tillotson; Chancellor of Brecknock (1684); Archdeacon of Suffolk (1687&ndash;8); and was also Master of the Eastbridge Hospital (1688).<ref>{{:CCED|4805}}</ref>
Battely also owned at least one medieval manuscript from [[St Augustine's Abbey, Canterbury]].<ref>Now British Library Harley 5369, sold to Harley in 1723 by Battely's nephew John Battely (http://www.bl.uk/catalogues/illuminatedmanuscripts/record.asp?MSID=7556&CollID=8&NStart=5369)</ref>
 
  
 
[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Battely Wikipedia]
 
[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Battely Wikipedia]
  
 
The following books with his inscription probably came to the Library after his death.
 
The following books with his inscription probably came to the Library after his death.
Not all are found in the list given in the [[John Battely's bequest|Benefactors' Book]] (f. 116).
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Not all are found in the list given in the [[John Battely's bequest|Benefactors' Book]] (f. 116).<br>
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Battely also owned at least one medieval manuscript from [[St Augustine's Abbey, Canterbury]].<ref>Now British Library Harley 5369, sold to Harley in 1723 by Battely's nephew John Battely (http://www.bl.uk/catalogues/illuminatedmanuscripts/record.asp?MSID=7556&CollID=8&NStart=5369)</ref>
  
 
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Latest revision as of 15:22, 1 June 2019

John Battely (1646–1708), antiquarian, was appointed Archdeacon of Canterbury and a Canon of Canterbury Cathedral (Stall I) in 1688.

He was educated at Trinity College, Cambridge (1662; B.A. 1665–6; Fellow, 1668; M.A. 1669; D.D. 1684).[1] He had been rector of Hunton and Adisham (1684–1708); chaplain to Archbishops Sancroft and Tillotson; Chancellor of Brecknock (1684); Archdeacon of Suffolk (1687–8); and was also Master of the Eastbridge Hospital (1688).[2]

Wikipedia

The following books with his inscription probably came to the Library after his death. Not all are found in the list given in the Benefactors' Book (f. 116).
Battely also owned at least one medieval manuscript from St Augustine's Abbey, Canterbury.[3]

Shelfmark W2/X-4-35
Breuiarium Romanum ex sacra potissimum scriptura, & probatis sanctorum historiis nuper confectum. 1548.
Inscription on title page (17c): Ex dono Ed: Clark Amicissimi Juvenis.
Inscription on title page (17c): Wm Gellibrand
Inscription on title page: Jo: Battely 1677.
Inscription on verso of third front free endpaper: Bibliothecæ quæ est in Ecclesiâ Christi Cantuariæ Donat Joannes Battely Archidiac: et Canonicus Cantuar:
Shelfmark W2/X-1-42
Bartholomaeus Pitiscus. Trigonometriae sive de dimensione triangulorum libri quinque, item problematum variorum, ... libri decem. 1608.
Inscription on title page: Jo: Battely
Shelfmark W/B-1-34(1)
Thomas Preston, Benedictine monk. Apologia Cardinalis Bellarmini pro iure principum. Aduersus suas ipsius rationes pro auctoritate papali ... Authore Rogero Widdringtono.
[London]: 1611.
Inscription on title page: Jo: Battely
Shelfmark W/F-3-14
Synod of Dort. Acta Synodi nationalis, ... autoritate ... D.D. Ordinum generalium foederati Belgii provinciarum, Dordrechti habitae anno MDCXVIII et MDCXIX.
Leiden: 1620.
Inscription on title page: Jo: Battely.
Shelfmark W/L-7-7
Henri Estienne. Concordantiae Graecolatinae Testamenti Novi. Geneva: 1624.
Inscription on title page: Jo: Battely. 1675.
Shelfmark W/E-2-55
Caesarius, brother of St Gregory. Quaestiones theologicae & philosophicae, Caesarii, S. Gregorii Nanzianzeni fratris.
Augsburg: 1626.
Inscription on title page: Jo: Battely
Shelfmark W/C-2-34
Simon Episcopius. Apologia pro Confessione sive declaratione sententiae eorum, qui ... vocantur Remonstrantes, ... Contra censuram quatuor professorum Leidensium.
[Leiden?]: 1629.
Inscription on title page: Jo: Battely
Shelfmark W2/X-1-2
Philippus O'Sullevan. Patritiana Decas, sive libri decem, quibus de divi Patritij vitâ ... rebusque gestis: de religionis Ibernicae casibus. 1629.
Inscription on title page: Jo: Battely
Shelfmark W/B-4-16(1)
Andrew Willet. Hexapla in Genesin, that is, a sixfold commentarie upon Genesis: wherein six ... translations, ... the Septuagint, ... Chalde, ... Latine, of Hierom.
London: 1633.
Inscription on title page: Jo: Battely.
Shelfmark W2/A-13-11
Walter Charleton. Physiologia Epicuro-Gassendo-Charltoniana: or a fabrick of science natural, upon the hypothesis of atoms, ... augmented by Walter Charleton. 1654.
Inscription on title page: Jo: Battely.
Shelfmark W/K-6-4
Herbert Thorndike. De ratione ac jure finiendi controversias ecclesiae disputatio. Auctore Herberto Thorndicio ... 1670.
Inscription on title page: J. Battely.
Shelfmark W/G-5-11
Robert Brady. Historical treatise of cities, and burghs or boroughs. Shewing, their original, and whence, and from whom they received their liberties, privileges, and immunities.
London: 1690.
Inscription on title page: Jo: Battely ex dono Autoris.
Inscription on label on front pastedown: Bibliothecæ Ec[cles]iæ Christi Cantuariæ dedit Johan[n]es Battely S.T.P. Ejusdem quondam Archidiaconus et Canonicus.
Shelfmark W/F-6-22
Flavius Josephus. Antiquitatum Judaicarum libri quatuor priores, et pars magna quinti, ... cum ... notis ... Eduardi Bernardi.
Oxford: 1700.
Inscription on label pasted on to front pastedown: Bibliothecæ Ec[c]l[es]iæ Christi Cantuariæ dedit Johan[n]es Battely S.T.P. ejusdem quondam Archidiaconus et Canonicus.
Shelfmark W/H-5-22
William Watson, Dean. The clergy-man's law: or, the complete incumbent, collected from the 39 articles, Canons, Proclamations, Decrees in Chancery and Exchequer, as also from all acts of Parliament, and common-law cases, relating to the Church and clergy of England. 1701.
Inscription on paper label pasted on front pastedown: Bibliothecæ Ec[cles]iæ Christi Cantuariæ dedit Johan[n]es Battely S.T.P. Ejusdem quondam Archidiaconus et Canonicus.
Inscription on verso of second front free endpaper: Dec: 20. 1706. Bibliothecæ quae est in Ecclesiâ Christi Cantuariæ D.D. Joannes Battely Archidiaconus et Canonicus Cant:.
Inscription on title page: Jo: Battely.
Shelfmark W2/A-13-13
He Kaine Diatheke. Novum Testamentum una cum scholiis Graecis, ... Opera ac studio Joannis Gregorii. 1703.
Inscription on label on front pastedown: Bibliothecæ Ec[c]l[es]iæ Christi Cantuariæ dedit Johan[n]es Battely S.T.P. ejusdem quondam Archidiaconus et Canonicus.
Inscription on title page: Jo: Battely.
Shelfmark W/O-3-26
Paulus Tossanus. Index in Sacra Biblia locupletissimus, ex Latina ... Tremellii et ... Junii versione, quoad Vetus; et ... Bezae, quoad Novum Testamentum, ... collectus. Hanoviae: 1624.
Inscription on title page: Jo: Battely.
Shelfmark W/N-7-11
Franciscus Suarez. Commentaria ac disputationes in primam partem Diui Thomae, De Deo vno & trino: auctore ... Francisco Suarez ... in tres praecipuos tractatus distributæ. 1607.
Inscription on label pasted on front pastedown: Bibliothecæ Ec[cles]iæ Christi Cantuariæ dedit Johan[n]es Battely S.T.P. Ejusdem quondam Archidiaconus et Canonicus.



The list of books given to the Cathedral Library by John Battely (from the Benefactors' Book).

References
  1. Venn, ACAD Database, ID=BTLY662J
  2. CCED PersonID 4805
  3. Now British Library Harley 5369, sold to Harley in 1723 by Battely's nephew John Battely (http://www.bl.uk/catalogues/illuminatedmanuscripts/record.asp?MSID=7556&CollID=8&NStart=5369)