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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Thakeham Local government

    Warminghurst parish, was stated in 1757 to include Goffsland in Thakeham . 25 By the 14th century Apsley manor apparently lay in Apsley tithing, 26 which also included parts of Shipley and other parishes. 27 Each tithing had its own

    Thakeham Thakeham, Warminghurst , And Shipley c. 1875

    and 14 in Apsley ; 6 then, as later, the Apsley figures may have included Shipley , while the inhabitants of Laybrook may have been excluded from both figures. 7 Seventy-three people in Thakeham and 33 in Apsley paid poll

    Thakeham Economic history

    20 By the later Middle Ages assarting had produced a predominantly inclosed landscape with traces of open fields. On the Apsley 's moiety of Thakeham manor demesne in 1477 inclosed arable exceeded that in the T own field, the only

    Thakeham Church

    to Edward Apsley , 80 although he may have reserved one more turn: in 1605 Apsley presented, but the patron in 1607 was Robert Tichborne , a London skinner. In 1619 the Crown presented during the minority of Apsley 's

    Thakeham Manors and other estates

    extensions completed a double-depth plan. Stephen Apsley of Shipley held land in Thakeham in 1347 or earlier, and in 1361 held land at Apsley of Bramber rape. 77 That presumably became the manor of APSLEY , held of the rape

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BATHURST, Henry, Lord Apsley (1762-1834).

    the Coalition and before Apsley was in Parliament, North offered him a seat at the Admiralty Board.Lord Bathurst seemed most desirous of my accepting it, and I even went to court to kiss hands on Friday [Apsley wrote to R.

    APSLEY, Henry (1561-1605), of Ore, Suss.

    APSLEY, Henry (1561-1605), of Ore, Suss. Constituency Dates Steyning 1589 Hastings 1593 Biography There were two contemporaries named Henry Apsley. One, baptized at Horsham 13 Sept. 1558, was the half-brother of William Apsley of Thakeham, who mentioned him in a

    APSLEY, Sir Allen (1616-83), of St. James's Square, Westminster.

    APSLEY, Sir Allen (1616-83), of St. James's Square, Westminster. Constituency Dates Thetford 1661 Ofifces Held Col. of horse (royalist) 1642-6; lt.-gov. Exeter 1643; gov. Barnstaple 1645-6; capt.-lt. Duke of York’s Horse Gds. July 1660-1; col. of ft. 1667. Ofifces

    BATHURST, Henry George, Lord Apsley (1790-1866).

    the event of a general election he intended to put Apsley forward for Cirencester on the family interest.[footnote] Richmond was unable to oblige, but the 2nd Marquess of Bath provided Apsley with a seat for Weobley on a vacancy in

    APSLEY, John (d.1587), of Thakeham, Suss.

    influence in the choice: Arundel certainly knew Apsley, who may have been a lawyer, as he was described as ‘learned in the law’ in 1564. He may therefore have been the John Apsley who was admitted to Gray’s Inn in

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    REjOICINGS AT THE DESTRUCTION OF " T--IBE ,BILL," When the Earl or Liverpool or Friday afternoon hnd sigtiifierl lea histeaiion to withidrw ibe Bill, the intelligence was imene- 4igtely communicated to. the strangers in the lobby, whoecould -iot be Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Lord stated, that as he had now much leisure, he would attend any appointment made by the Noble Duke at Apsley house. Two days were suffered to pass away, when the Noble Duke called upon the Learned Lord, with whom Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Charirg cross should be con- verted into a National Picture Gallery. A seaffolding is erecting round thie lower part of Apsley ffouse, frosot- ing Hyde Park, preparatory to the Dttke conlvertint into use and ornament the slice of the Park Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    out by the sanction ofa majority of the relecting. part of thep Opulation.-,4ddress to the Britsh Nation.t ' T4I'hepairs of Apsley iouseeaareaid-to have cost e5OtiO@oj W - ?i r MtAi Cobbett, in his lecturesat LiverpooI, declared he- altdhe seets nit Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I.THE:4 EXAMIN.-E'R. : LONDON; AunvUST 1. OepB readers will find a mass of intelligence, of the mrost imnportant description, under our foreign head-consisting of official documents, and articles from the French papers. CaARLES the- Teth has kin- dled in Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    General Index to the Eighth, Ninth, Tenth and Eleventh Volumes of the Journals of the House of Commons

    of Charles II. X. 221. See Addresses, 218; North, Sir Dudley; Humber^on, Mr ; Clerk of the Crown; Noel, Edward; Apsley, Sir Peter; aid Bathurst, Sir Benjamin. Committee appointed to collect, out of the Books of the Privy Council, &c. Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Lords, 1 Geo. I - 19 Geo. III, Vols. XX - XXXV

    created Earl Bathurft, 12 Geo. 3. uide Bathurst, Earl- BATHURST, HONOURABLE HENRY [Lord Chancellor] ;-created Lord Apfley, II Geo.3. "^ Apsley, Lord. BATHURST, SIR BENJAMIN Bill 4 Geo. 1. for eftablifhing the Difpofition of his Per- fonal Eftate, and the Subscribers-only content

    Index, 26 October 1693

    Vide Ireland. Andover Election, Petition, 22 Jan. Report, and Right of Election determined, 1 Apr. Appleby new Writ, 13 July. Apsley, Sir Peter, and Sir Benjamin Bathurst, to attend, and give Account of the Contract and Lease of Excise and Subscribers-only content

    Index, 26 October 1693

    July. Vide Aulnage. Barradell. Vide Privileges. Bartholomew, St. Hospital, Petition of Governors, 7 Aug. Vide Supply. Bathurst, Sir Benjamin. Vide Apsley. 1 Theodore, Bill, from Lords, for making a Jointure, 30 May. Read, 1 June. Committed, 13. Committee re¬ vived, Subscribers-only content

    14 April 1701, 14 April 1701

    Tredenharn and Mr. Hoblyn do prepare, and bring in, the same. A Petition of Cordelia Apsley, on behalf of her Four Apsley's Children by Henry Apsley Esquire, her late Husband, Will. deceased, was presented to the House, and read; setting Subscribers-only content

 

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