^R. J. Mitchell: John Free, From Bristol to Rome in the Fifteenth Century (London, 1955), p. vii.
^To the citations in Weiss's bibliography could have been added: R. J. Mitchell, "English students at Ferrara in the fifteenth century", Italian Studies, i (1937), pp.75–82; and R. J. Mitchell, "A Renaissance Library: The Collection of John Tiptoft, Earl of Worcester", The Library, xviii (1937), pp. 67–83. Her John Tiptoft (1427–1470) (London, 1938) – a now rare volume as stocks of it were destroyed during the Blitz – was positively reviewed by Cecilia Ady in Italian Studies, i (1938), pp. 177–78 (though the journal attributes the work to "Ruth J. Mitchell"); cf. E. F. Jacob, English Historical Review, liv (1939), pp. 362–63; A. Steel in History, xxiv (1939), pp. 143–45; A. L. Rowse in The Spectator, 6 May 1938, pp. 816–18; and [D. M. M. Morrah] in Times Literary Supplement, 2 July 1938, p. 445.
Probate Office: Index to Wills. LEYS, Rosamond Joscelyne, of The Leys, Ware Lane, Lyme Regis, Dorset (wife of John Alan Leys) died 19 November 1963 at Broad Hinton, Wiltshire. Probate Exeter 25 February 1964 to Lloyds Bank Limited. £32905.