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  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, N, 01 July 1585-30 September 1586

    James VI's speech to (May 1586), 373. Netherton : 320. Nevers , Monsieur de: of the holy league, 194. New Abbey : 261. Newall , : 540; 543; 588. Newark , Mr: gentleman of the chamber to Rutland, 453. New Subscribers-only content

    Index, N, 01 September 1586-31 March 1589

    459; 462. Sir Andrew: bears banner at funeral of Mary, 458; 461. Nevin , Hugh: goods taken by, 516. New Abbey , alias Sweet Heart: 641. Abbot of: to return from France, 147; 641. Newall , . . .: beholden Subscribers-only content

    Wills, 45 Edward III (1371-2)

    Southwerk and of S. Giles without Holbourne, the Prior and Convent of the new Abbey of S. Mary near Smythfeld, 13 the Minoresses of the new abbey without Algate, each anchorite in the City of London and suburbs, the work

    Wills, 4 Richard II (1380-1)

    Cavendich, who is mentioned in another part of the will as having been one of her husbands. 6 Or New Abbey near the Tower. See note supra , p. 143. 7 Finch Lane, on the north side of which was

    Letters and Papers, May 1539, 21-25, 01 May 1539-31 May 1539

    Thanks for letters "in discharge" of his homage. The Deputy withholds his "halkes" and other dues. Made suit for New Abbey, 3 "a house o f the Obstinates' religion, which lay very commodious for me by Balymore, to repair unto

  • * Victoria County History *

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    House of Grandmontine monks Priory of Alberbury

    was in honour of St. Mary , and the priory was known during the Middle Ages as the ' New Abbey ', or the ' Black Abbey ' from the habit of the brethren. Only since the time of Leland

    Cistercian monks Eastminster, New Abbey

    Cistercian monks Eastminster, New Abbey HOUSE OF CISTERCIAN MONKS 4. EASTMINSTER, NEW ABBEY , OR THE ABBEY OF ST . MARY DE GRACIIS In 1350 King Edward III founded in the parish of St. Botolph without Aldgate a monastery to

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    beds shaking, and started up in alarm. The shock was felt at some distance from this town, as at New Abbey and Kirkbean. It appears to have proceeded from south to north, as it was felt at the same hour Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Dundee, 2; Larkisall, 1; Ayr, 4, 2 fatal; Greenock, 2, 1 fatal; Port Glasgov, 1 fatal; Edinburgh, 5 fatal: New Abbey (near Damfries), 1; Ardrossan, 1; Eagleshamn, 1 Total new cases, 500; 161 deaths. MONDAY.-It will be seen that the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    X.H7? was prvd a in London on the 16th ult., by his nephew, William Eobert T, Brereton, Esq., of New Abbey, Kildare, the son of his late a brother (by thie half blood), Lieut.-General Robt, Brereton. el: The personalty was Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1jurrhi, couinty of IKineardilo Jatws ]iltaits, st,itntnnmg atti-it and cool ritirmeanit Ayr Juntes Gaidni-hur. tariner, North Corhelly, tonisla of New Abbey and atewartry of Miilrcodbrigbit RA ILIWvAY TRAFFIC RETURNS. 1012. 1515. inn, flee Atf.riiry ait.l Lnnibi... t.toa 21 ..6£ L Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ~St. Andrew's Free Cenrcls, of Greenook ; the Rev. Edwin Hatcli, Oxford ; and tule liev k J. Wilson, New Abbey : and the degree. of Doctor of Law on, among others,' Profeeso-e Berry and Gardnier, of Glasgowr; Sir Alexander Subscribers-only content

  • * British Museum Image Collection Database *

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    The Antiquities of Scotland; Sweet - Heart, 1831

    The Antiquities of Scotland; Sweet - Heart [monastery/convent] View of an overgrown ruined Abbey from the south-west, with a square tower supported on narrow columns with large pointed arches between them, between the transepts and a rose window at

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