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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 5, Chapter 5 [Aldermen.] The TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT.

    Sheriffs shall finish such Poles within three Days next and immediately ensuing the first meeting and assembling of the Common Hall . And they are required then to make return of such Officers and Persons as shall be chosen, within

    Book 5, Chapter 5 The TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT. [Sheriffs.]

    for the Maior to nominate or choose a Person, either in the Common Hall , or, if drunk to before, to present him to the Common Hall . And he there hath been always confirmed and allowed to be one

    Book 5, Chapter 5 [Aldermen.] The TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT.

    Lord Maior do not choose any Commoner, while there is an Alderman eligible, The usual Proclamation that beginneth the Common Hall on Midsummer-Day, declareth, That they are summoned for Confirmation of the Person chosen by the Lord Maior; and for

    Book 5, Chapter 5 The TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT. [Sheriffs.]

    the said City and County accordingly: And that upon proposing the said Person to de confirmed to the said Common Hall , in case any Hands shall be holden up in token of Confirmation, the said Person shall be taken

    Book 5, Chapter 5 The TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT. [Aldermen.]

    of London and County of Middlesex , by the Livery-Men of this City, in Common Hall assembled, shall be discharged from serving the said Office, after the thirtieth Day of August in any Year, without the Consent and Approbation of

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hospitals St Ursula , Chester

    poor and infirm of the hospital, repair the buildings, and support services in the hospital chapel. 7 The former Common Hall or Mote Hall of the city which lay behind the almshouses was adapted as a chapel for the hospital

    Seals, insignia and offices of the City Leicester City and County Borough.

    off by the king's forces, and later in the year a new one was purchased. 29 In 1649 the Common Hall decided that the great mace should be altered to conform with the pattern laid down by the House of

    Newcastle-under-Lyme Manor

    of the borough, including those entirely and those not entirely resident. The view was to be held in the Common Hall called the Gu ildhall twice annually 'in like manner as hath been used from ancient time'. 4 The existence

    The City of Leicester Parliamentary history, 1660-1835

    in important respects obscure. From the time of Henry VII until the Restoration burgesses had been elected in the Common Hall , the commonalty as a whole being excluded. In February 1661 the mayor, in the course of a discussion

    Local government and public services Municipal buildings

    Local government and public services Municipal buildings MUNICIPAL BUILDINGS Common Hall The first common hall was probably built shortly before 1250, the last year in which the guild merchant met in the selds. 1 It certainly existed by 1337 ,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lawer wedi meddwl am dano. Oud feallai mai y pethan hynotaf yn Liverpool oedd y cyfarfodydd gweddi yn y Common Hall, Hockin's Hey,. y rhai a gynbelid bob dyidd am awr, o haner dydd hyd un a'r -doch. Yr oedd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I llosog. ; PWYLLGOL CYrPRlDINOL YU E1STEDDMOD.-Ym- I gyfarfyddodd yr nehod nos Iau, y 25ain cynfisol, yn y 1i Common Hall, . Hackin's-hey, Lerpwl, i dderbyn re- I ports y gwshanol bwyllgorsn, &c. Cymerwyd y kaddr lwddol PA X*. Jeha Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yn dyfol 13 (yn gwbl) o'r Amalgamated Endowment Fund, a thal G i Ysgolorion ae Exzirtionersja ehadwraeth, rnemn rhan,y Common Hall, ao i dau bob trenliau achlyenr- ol; (5) Buddeoddiad aian y Coleg; r( (6) Unrhyw faterion eraill o natur Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Hughes, U.H., yn Bym. byliad gwerthfawr i'r symudiad. EIsTEDDFOD 1900.-Prydnawn dydd Mawrth ym. gynuliodd Iliaws 0 Gymry gwladgar i'r Common Hall, Hackins Hey, i ystyried y priodoldeb o wahodd yr Eisteddfod Genedlaethol i Lerpwl yn y flwyddyn 1900. Etbolwyd Mr. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a division; as was a Petitioaw agaiust tlre Suspenision of mhb Hea- beas Corpus Aet. And on IFriday a Common Hall was held, on-the same subjee. when Mr. F AN EL, in a neat speech, proposed several.. 1esol t. tiuis Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BEGET, John, of Shrewsbury, Salop.

    only return to Parliament, in December 1416 Beget was among the Shrewsbury burgesses consulted by the bailiffs in the Common Hall with regard to the drawing up of ordinances to ensure the fair collection of the ‘taske’ of the town.

    ATKINS, John (c.1760-1838), of Halstead Place, nr. Sevenoaks, Kent.

    year: in 1808 he was elected for Walbrook ward.[footnote] In December 1809 his solitary opposition as sheriff to the Common Hall resolutions asserting their right to address the King on the throne was in sharp contrast to that of his

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

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    witness Details: male; 40; free Location: York, St Sampson (Yorkshire) Place(s): York, St Sampson (Sanct Sampsons) : ecclesiastical parish York (Ebor) : city Location: Common Hall (Comyn Hall) : undefined Location: York : city Place(s): YorkCastlegate (Castylgate) : street name


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