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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 6, Chapter 5 St. Martin's in the Fields.

    Thomas and John Nason . Dr. Daniel Rools, 1691 . And Alice his Wife. Charles Sharp . 1687 . Martin Hall , 1697 . Isabel Bigelston , 1699 . Edward Mortimer , Citizen and Coachman, 1702 . William Shore, Esq;

    Book 5, Chapter 4 The SPIRITUAL GOVERNMENT. [Charities.]

    Giles Blomer Owen Clonn Francis Clark Sir Alan Cotton William Cotton Roger Cotton Sir George Garret Alderman John Haydon Martin Hall Henry Jay Sir Edward Barkham Ralph Kemp Hugh Johnson † Sir John Jolls Lady Mary Ramsey Ralph Rookby Agnes

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Burscough

    properly speaking, the demesne of Martin or Marton ; but this name has long since fallen into disuse, though Martin Hall and Martin Mere preserve it. Bordering on the mere is the hamlet of Tarlscough . The area is 4,960

    High Laver Church

    1710 George Cole presented and in 1727 William Cheval. 35 In 1729 the advowson was held by the rector, Martin Hall , who in that year sold it to Alexander Cleeve . 36 After Hall's d eath in 1734 Alexander

    Oriel College and St Mary hall COLLEGIVM ORIALL Plan Of St. Mary Hall .

    imposed on Fellows when given leave to incept; these include lecturing and disputing in the college or its annexe, Martin Hall . 14 One can trace in these graces the growing control of teaching by the college, in place of

    The parish of Ormskirk Introduction, church and charities ORMSKIRK CHURCH

    Alexander was the son of John Breres. Breres or Briers Hall in Lathom takes its name from the family. Martin Hall was also held by them. Administration was granted to the estate of John Breres of Lathom in 1646 ,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    generally. Alan One to make Fish Carreal nd Fish Eating Bilades. Nono bait steady and coulittent hands "cedal. ily.- Martin Hall anid Co., Sheewsbury Works, Sheield. 110 ~ORGi'S MIANAGEiLR-WANTED. it comupetent PEiRSON, to ourndertake the Manigement of a Forge and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I5Articles tonrally. Also One to mnake Fish Carver and Fish Dating Blades. 'NOne but steady and competent hands nuedappsl. Martin Hall and Co., Shorewebsiry Works, Shollielel. Ill 11ANTED, a good VICEMAKEE. -Apply to Meters. Samuel. WV und Josepli 3iuns, 7lsnufisctuirers, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    cormmittee of the Church Missioary Socie 1leave on Tuesdav of the Rev. 1 N. Thwartsd and nt., Rev. J. Martin Hall, who are Proceedinrg on a sptcis- mission to India and CeIlon. Two Liverpool benefices are now Vatant..-St Bridt- and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Dunnington, expanding parallel horse hoe, £2. e3 Mr. Da~rker, for his iron heox cobble treos, £2. SMr. Siioft` of Martin Hall, Beverley, for his flax-dressing sieve, £:. M Ar. Kitrwood, East Lothian, for his er~sailiing drausglttberIt, £3.'': Messrs.1Bradlley and Co., Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and of their collectors from Apellicon, a great bibliiomaniac of ancient Athens, down to the well-known Richard Heber, of Martin Hall, in this county. The adventures of some ancient books preserved to modern times, were related, and appeared very remarkable. Subscribers-only content

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