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  • * British History Online *

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    Appendix, Miscellaneous 1556, 01 January 1556-31 December 1556

    who was served by the Emperor's officers until his return from Antwerp. At this time, a chapter of the Golden Fleece was summoned at Antwerp, whither the King went to hold it, as head and sovereign of the said Order,

    Cecil Papers, 1556, 01 January 1556-31 December 1556

    500. Order of the Golden Fleece. 1555/6, Jan. 26. Livre de l'ordre du Thoyson d'Or. Extracts from proceedings of various chapters of the order from its institution to Jan. 26, 1556. 50 pp. 501. John Norris to Sir Wm. Cecil.

    Index, K, 01 January 1623-31 December 1625

    93, 94. speaks with Infanta about match, 94; has news of Stadtlohn, 118. sceptical about English match, 162; given Golden Fleece, 172; friendly with Corner, 270. thinks English match hopeless and begins to treat for one with emperor's son, 331.

    Index, K, 01 January 1640-31 December 1642

    237, 262 persuades queen to go to Holland, 294. Khevenhuller , Chefniler, Francis Christopher, count of, knight of the Golden Fleece : quarrel with Colonel Leslie, 143. Kimbolton , lord. See Montagu, Edward. King , Henry. king nominates for bishopric,

    Index, Z, 01 January 1642-31 December 1643

    in, 22 cloth ships took currants from, 163. farming of duties at, 23. good treatment of English at, 59. Golden Fleece hired to fetch currants from, 132 fresh orders to, 178. English merchant sends currants from, 204. English at, reports

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    , and the people delivered over lo userper, of Mcrn the lPrince Regent had accepted trie Ord.r 0f ttit Golden Fleece, and to whom he li'd sent the Order oftisGarter. Wise had akvised this proeedi n g M~r. VbtcstI-r^&T clecliswd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    appeared on his coronation-namely, a crimson robe and ranrle, decorated with the Orders of the Garter and of the Golden Fleece. He also wore a bhck velvet hat with ostrich feathers and diamond loop and button. The procession was arranged Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    he forgotten." His Excellency afterwards speaks of his Majesty's C nsizerous kietgdouas."-The King has conferred the Order of tile Golden Fleece on Count Pozzo di Borgo. Reports frora Count Guilleminot announce the submission of the Con- titutioaal gorrisons of Cartbagena Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    14, ]822, and Prince Leopold Francbis Jules, born Jan. 31, 184. The grand'crosses of thie Portuguese orders of the Golden Fleece, Tower and Sword, and two other military decorations, have been transmitted to the Prince by his illustrious young consort. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Holy Ghost, Grand Cross of the Legion of' Honour from its first creation in 1805, a Knight of the Golden Fleece, Grand Cross of tile Orders of Saint Stephen of Hunnary, the Ele- phant of Denmark, Charles III of Spain, Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Edmonton Social life

    Edmonton Green ( c . 1680s), 6 the Cherry Tree at Southgate Green ( c . 1695), 7 the Golden Fleece in Fore Street ( 1715 ), 8 the Cock in Bowes Road ( c . 1730), 9 the Woolpack

    Edmonton Growth after 1851 EDMONTON DEVELOPMENT FROM THE MID 19TH CENTURY

    Fore Street eastward towards the railway line and along Fore Street itself there was infilling and rebuilding. 5 The Golden Fleece , for example, was rebuilt in 1892 and a parade of shops near by was erected in 1898 .

    Parishes South Weald SOUTH WEALD 1980

    hall was given a new roof, and was probably heightened. The external brick casing bears the date 1823. The Golden Fleece and the Black Horse , both medieval, are described below under inns. Gents Farm, Hullets Lane, stands on a

    Textile industries since 1550

    117; A Letter to Wilts . Landowners on the State of Poor Clothworkers (pamph. 1793), 3. W. S., 'The Golden Fleece ' ( 1656 ) and W. C[arter ] , ' England 's Interest' ( 1671 ), both quoted in

    Chorley

    that side of the room. The walls are covered with 17th-century tapestry representing the story of Jason and the Golden Fleece ; but the chief feature of the room is the exceedingly elaborate ceiling, ornamented similarly to that of the

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 1, Chapter 23 College of Heralds. Heraldo-Memoriale.

    Loreine, shews how the Body of Charles the Bold , Duke of Burgundy, was by Boiset, Herald of the Golden Fleece (at the Command of Charles V .) transported from Nancy to Bruges. And as they give, so they sometimes

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    no name is given

    (1792): 0 Lodge Number (A): 0 Lodge Number (1814): 0 Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Golden Fleece, Churchgate Street, Bury St. Edmunds [St. Edmondsbury], Suffolk 1731

    no name is given

    0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Lapsed: Meeting Places Theatre Tavern, Goodman's Fields, London 1733 Golden Fleece, Goodman's Fields, London 1739 Bowling Green, Goodman's Fields, London 1741 Angel and Crown, Whitechapel, London 1741 City of Norwich,

    Lodge of Peace

    (1863): 149 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Woolpack, Honley near Huddersfield, Yorkshire 1820 Golden Fleece, Station Street, Meltham, Yorkshire 1826 Rose and Crown, Market Place, Meltham, Yorkshire 1856 Masonic Rooms, Market Place, Meltham, Yorkshire

    Royal York Lodge of Perseverance

    [No. 4 (A) of 6 Sept. 1769], 12 March 1832. Meeting Places King's Arms, Kew Green, Kew, London 1776 Golden Fleece, Old Palace Yard, London 1779 Westminster Arms, Tothill Street, Westminster, London 1790 In the Coldstream regiment of Guards, London

    Lodge of Lights

    Coffee House, [unknown], Warrington, Lancashire 1769 Woolpack, Bold Street, Warrington, Lancashire 1770 The Swan, Bridge Street, Warrington, Lancashire 1786 Golden Fleece, Buttermarket Street, Warrington, Lancashire 1801 Golden Horse Shoe and Grapes, Horse Market Street, Warrington, Lancashire 1806 Bear's Paw, Buttermarket

 

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