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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Medieval Beverley Town Finance

    5 s . 1 The keepers also controlled the properties which made up the endowments of the Kelk chantry and Aike 's hospital, but they were administered separately, with their own collectors, 2 and made little contribution to town funds.

    Medieval Beverley Local Government

    endowments, although in that respect they continued to be overshadowed by the minster clergy. In 1398 the merchant John of Aike made the keepers responsible for his chapel and hospital at Cross bridge, 88 and beds there were in the

    Sites and Remains of Religious Houses

    found there. 15 The Hospital of the Holy Trinity . A chantry chapel and hospital were founded by John of Aike by 1397 and the chantry was worth £3 12 s . at the suppression. 16 The building, which stood

    Lists of Officers

    1393-4 , 1399-1400 , 1405-6 , 1409-10 ), John Scoreby, Thomas Snaith , Adam Tondew, Richard Vescy 1379-80 John of Aike , John Bewholme (13991400, 1406-7 ), Peter Catwick , William Dodhill , John Gervays, goldsmith, John Gervays, vintner, William

    Harthill Wapentake HARTHILL WAPENTAKE ( WILTON BEACON DIVISION) HARTHILL WAPENTAKE

    Pocklington , Sutton upon Derwent , Thorpe le Street , Waplington, Bishop Wilton , and Youlthorpe . 13 Sneculfcros contributed Aike , Beswick , Bracken , Cherry Burton , South Dalton , Etton , Gardham , Holme on the Wolds

  • * Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858 *

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    CP.E.102

    female Employment: spinster Participant: Joan Hill [del Hill] Role: witness Details: female Employment: spinster Location: Beverley, St John (YorkshireEastRiding) Place(s): Aike (Ake iuxta Beverl') : undefined Participant: Thomas Ravensthorpe [de Ravethorp; de Raventhorp] Role: witness Details: male Location: Yorkshire, East

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    A'6odham threw -the dregs on the grounted and then on iookirn into the pot, t4stv - serted thinrs which looked Aike seed,. ritness refuoed to.- drink,. becasee she enspected sometline is sihe had never seee- beer hrought io tbem befor.e Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    beautifil but when conPared rrftl that of G 66O, we feel the d1iference betweqn heauty l and celestial,. It is Aike coraparinrgthe Medic weVarlvtnns r7ith th&1Belvidere Apoliv ;thbe one may be only mortal, but the other must be divine. A Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Spaniards had. be- cdtd e sensibleofthp intole rable evils ofecclesiastical'cor- J .rupiion. . This is -indeed not at all sarpri'in& Aike the:' workinfg clergy., t'he mlost vrirtuous. and mzost -belbye inl all. ch l uches, shared With~theirel fiheks the brlessingsofthe Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LONG SLEEP.-Jane Shaw, commonly called the Sleeping Beauty, a young woman of prepossessing appearance, the daughter of a peasant, at Aike, near Beverley, was lately in a profound sleep for eighteen days, during which time the animal functions were entirely Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of telling vnloasied ensrth, let him. Proelm -skied dle ntote I to rais ds Pose--nSeis Dt o girt nor to Aike quarter. lf he sells cs t'f girat men, they trll urnlhtu wih rise1 itOs nosids of thtD lawss i Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    27 June 1801, 27 June 1801

    the Navigation of the River Hull and Frodingham '.' Beck, from Aike Beck Mouth to the Clough, on the " Eaft Corner of Fißohne; and for extending the faid " Navigation from the faid Clough into or near the " Subscribers-only content

    29 June 1801, 29 June 1801

    horä undecimä Aurora, An Ad for improving the Navigation of the m^ decernentibus, " River Hull and Frodmgham Beck, from Aike IJomuui « Beck Mouth, to the Clough on the Eaft Cor- « ner of Ftjholme ; and for extending Subscribers-only content

    30 June 1801, 30 June 1801

    prefent Majefty, intituled, " An *e Act for improving the Navigation of the River Hull " and Frodingham Beck, from Aike Beck Mouth, to the *' Clourfi on the Eaft Corner of Fißolme ; and for ex- - • - Subscribers-only content

    2 July 1801, 2 July 1801

    Majefty, intituled, " An Act for improv- " ing the Navigation of the River Hull, and Frodingham " Beck, from Aike Beck Mouth to the Clough on the '* Eaft Corner of Fifiiolme, and for extending the faid " Navigation Subscribers-only content

    13 March 1801, 13 March 1801

    of the Reign of His PetltioiW prefent Majefty, for improving the Navigation of the River Hull, and Frodingham Beck, from Aike Beck Month, to the Clough, on the Eaft Corner of Fiftolme, and for extending the faid Navigation from the Subscribers-only content

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