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  • * British History Online *

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    Wills, 1-10 Elizabeth I (1558-68)

    enrolled, but the terms of it are set out in the will of John Porter, Roll 224 (17). 1 Egglestone Abbey in the North Riding of Yorkshire; an abbey of Premonstratensian Canons, dedicated to S. Mary and S. John Baptist.

    Henry VIII, January 1540, 1-10, 01 January 1540-10 January 1540

    York, 5 Jan. 31 Hen VIII. Signed. P. 1. Add.: My Lord Privy Seal. Endd. 5 Jan. 28 . Egglestone Abbey. Close Roll, p. 4, No. 31. Rym. xiv., 671. Surrender (by Thos. abbot of Egliston, in co. Richmond, and

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ridting of the. county, of York ;Stain- tie: Imore Forest, Bowes, IBoidruin, Lartingten, Startforth, Rokeby, an( il ilmoniby, Cragg, Egglestone Abbey. Naby, and Lunledale, in the North Riding of thle county of 'York; fdtbrwuod, Staintesn the aniddCclil, LT Streatlam, Langleydale, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Deronda Lea Clleford'); Dauntless. Addingtoi, ratnt I Bern lHarlaad's): African Prince. Stuart Prince (jnoWsl: Thomas Milslle, m(Coo's); Eustace (Pyman's); Egglestone Abbey,! FOti[B Abey,-,atlyAbey Wyman Wtsnlen's R01goriva EbOhmBsolven (Cry's); Relesiirn. (Jacson'sl; FortuaSetas llrrinesltokey CBaxses Eslington lCRcimin1;Q Alan ad Thiik 5e5lt .ad Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    four landscapes by Turner in the volume. Two of them, at least, illustrate his wonderful mastery over transient effects. "Egglestone Abbey " glistens with bright sunlight; while in '"Weathercote Cave " one can easily fancy, even in the absence of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    supplied by the :s` Cantsr Marine Engineering' Co.1 West' Hartlepool, of Dn over 1,000-hip., and she was christened ltes Egglestone Abbey by Miss Nellie Pyman, daughter of Mr. George ill Pyrnan, of West Hartlepool. The other steamer, which is iw Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at once, and of the serious cost of the delay. This was notably so in the case of the Egglestone Abbey, which was delayed almost a week to take in 250 tom ai ballast and 600 toes of coal, all Subscribers-only content

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