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  • * British History Online *

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    Index of Subjects, M

    Prior. Crowland. Dauntsey. East Molesey. Eltham. Frankton. Fentriggan. Gouxhill. Hampton. Hampton Court. Hempholme. Hogsthorp. Kennington. Kensington. Marylebone. Newark. Old Court.Old Court and Sedgwick Park. Rhosvair. Richmond. Rosedale. Savoy. Says Court. Sheen als . Richmont als . Richmond. Stratton Sanctuary.

    Index, O, 01 January 1697-08 March 1702

    of Revenue, Ireland; lxii. 61. O'Hara , Catherine; lxx. 4. Oil , train, from Newfoundland, customs on; lxviii. 50. Old Court , the manor of; lxiii. 26. Old Dog Tavern , Westminster; lxxv. 22. Olding , Henry, instrumental in preserving

    Warrants etc, August 1699, 21-25, 22 August 1699-25 August 1699

    of the Exchequer: (2) for 300 l . to Sir Thomas Littleton as Speaker: (3) for the grant of Old Court to Sir John Morden. Out Letters ( General ) XVI , p. 124. Same to the Customs Co mmissioners.

    Warrants etc., June 1699, 16-31, 16 June 1699-30 June 1699

    , p. 248. Same to the Surveyor General of Crown Lands for a particular of the reputed manor of Old Court and Sedgwick Park in order to a grant thereof in fee farm to Sir John Morden bart. on a

    Index of Subjects, M

    Hall. Helston in Trigg. Hempstead. Hempstead Hall. Hendred, East. Hogsthorpe. Kennington. Kilguane. Kirton in Lindsey. Leitrim. Moone. Newcastle. Odewell. Old Court. Old Hall. Panfield. Patching. Penllyn. Pirton. Portumna. Quendon. Richmond. Rosegate. Sampford, Little. Sandon Hall. Shrule. Somersbury. Springfield. Springfield Barnes.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    that in which they used to assemble, nor had it thoseconivenient recesses on either side, in which, in the Old Court, many persons were enabled conveniently to listen to the proceedings; but still, as far as its accommodatious extended, they Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    furnace for proving the assay, and the scales for weighing with the other requisite materials, were fixed ill the Old Court of the Ducoy of 5ancasterWestminster hall. The Council assembled in the adjoining Chamberof the Exchequer. At ten o'clock, the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fbrmalities.- The new arrangements made in the formation of the Old Court appeared to excite very general disapprobation. Attorneys, counsel, and every person en- gaged in the Court, complained of the inconvenience to which they were sub- -jetted by the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    The estate of Nash eventually passed with the co-heiress of the last proprietor, into the families of Gould of Old Court, Knatchbull of Mertshain Hatch, and Roper of Teynham. (Bignor Park, Sussex.) P-eXINGTON (DaoiTwIcc).-Jobn Somerset Pakington, Esq., of West- wood Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Criminal Court, by Edmund Halswell, Esq., deputy lieutenant and magistrate of Middlesex. He sat upon the bench in the Old Court for some time, and paid great attention to the proceed- ings, He had visited previously the House of Correc- Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    HOWARD, Sir George (d.1580), of London and Kidbrooke, Kent.

    the manor of Kidbrooke. As steward of crown lands at Blackheath, he was also lord of the manor of Old Court in the same county.[footnote]The exact date of Howard’s death is not known, but the Privy Seal docquet book[footnote] records

    MORDEN, Sir John, 1st Bt. (1623-1708), of Wricklemarsh, Blackheath, Kent

    Christopher Wren* may have designed the building, which opened its doors in 1700, and Morden bought the manors of Old Court, Greenwich, and Sedgewick Park, Sussex, for £2,000 in 1699 to endow his institution. Blackheath was his principal, but by

    FIENNES, Sir Roger (1384-1449), of Herstmonceux, Suss.

    FIENNES, Sir Roger (1384-1449), of Herstmonceux, Suss. Constituency Dates Sussex Mar. 1416 Sussex 1429 Sussex 1439 Sussex 1442 Sussex 1445 Ofifces Held J.p. Suss. 8 Apr. 1416-Mar. 1419, 20 July 1424-d., Surr. 30 Oct. 1436-July 1437, Aug. 1448-d., as


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