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Stockholm, National Archives, E 4588, Leijonhufvudska samlingen, vol. 2. Axel Stensson Leijonhufvud’s register

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Fragment of a register of Count Axel Stensson
Leijonhufvud’s outgoing letters from May to June
1599.

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Finnish Literature Society (SKS)
Codices Fennici

Aikamääre

1599

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Swedish

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Stockholm
National Archives
E 4588
Leijonhufvudska samlingen, vol. 2.
Axel Stensson Leijonhufvud’s register

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Finland

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Stockholm, National Archives, E 4588, Leijonhufvudska samlingen, vol. 2. Axel Stensson Leijonhufvud’s register
1599
,
Finland
Fragment of a register of Count
Axel Stensson Leijonhufvud
’s outgoing letters from May to June
1599
.
[995]
Till Anders Olsån
. (Dated on
16 October 1599
) Wy wele edher Anders Olsån her in ...
[1005]
... (a letter to underlings) den 24 octobris anno 99.
Paper
6 folios
21cm × 33cm
The leaves have been paginated in ink from 995 to 1006, which shows they were part of a larger collection.
The fragment consists of two singletons and a
binio
-quire.
One unruled column with a varying number of lines.
One hand writing a steady cursive.
Apart from stylized majuscules, no decoration.
No covers. Sewn throught the centerfolds. The folder, in which the register is found, contains a wide variety of other documents (correspondence (originals and copies), accounts, etc.) concerning Axel Stensson and other members of the Leijonhufvud family.
Axel Stensson Leijonhufvud
was the steward of
Finland
1587–1590. This manuscript is a fragment of a register containing information on his correspondence from the year
1599
.
Another copybook fragment containing Axel Stensson Leijonhufvud's correspondence is found in
Stockholm, National Archives, Strödda historiska handlingar, Handlingar ang. förhållandena i Finland 1593–1599
.
The fragment belongs to a collection of documents relating to the Leijonhufvud family.
How it came to the
National Archives of Sweden
is unknown.
Cataloguer
Ville Walta
Finnish Literature Society (SKS)
Codices Fennici
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