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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    AVERY, Bartholomew.

    Bartholomew. Constituency Dates Old Sarum May 1382 Old Sarum Oct. 1382 Old Sarum Feb 1383 Old Sarum 1386 Biography Beyond the fact that he went surety for the attendance of George Joce, MP for Old Sarum in 1378, nothing has

    CHIPPLEGH, John.

    CHIPPLEGH, John. Constituency Dates Old Sarum May 1382 Old Sarum Feb 1383 Old Sarum Apr. 1384 Old Sarum Nov. 1384 Old Sarum 1385 Old Sarum 1394 Biography John Avery I* was Chipplegh’s surety for attendance at the Parliaments of May

    AVERY, John I, of Old Sarum, Wilts.

    of Old Sarum, Wilts. Constituency Dates Old Sarum 1362 Old Sarum 1381 Old Sarum Apr. 1384 Old Sarum Nov. 1384 Old Sarum 1385 Old Sarum Feb 1388 Old Sarum Sept. 1388 Old Sarum 1394 Old Sarum 1395 Old Sarum Sept.

    UPTON, Walter, of Uptonlond in Old Sarum, Wilts.

    UPTON, Walter, of Uptonlond in Old Sarum, Wilts. Constituency Dates Old Sarum 1362 Old Sarum 1368 Old Sarum 1369 Old Sarum 1381 Old Sarum Oct. 1382 Old Sarum 1386 Old Sarum Feb 1388 Old Sarum Sept. 1388 Biography Upton came

    PAGE, Robert.

    PAGE, Robert. Constituency Dates Old Sarum 1395 Old Sarum Sept. 1397 Biography Page was one of those by whom, in 1390, the sheriff of Wiltshire summoned Walter Pese, canon of Salisbury, to appear in Chancery. Beyond this, and the fact

  • * Victoria County History *

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    List of maps and plans

    was redrawn by K. H. Rogers from a plan of c . 1700 in Salisbury Museum page Wilton 3 Old Sarum showing Burgages 66 Salisbury City Centre 68 Salisbury Boundary Extensions 71 Liberty of the Close 73 Boundaries c .

    Old Salisbury The cathedral

    Leland , Itin ., ed. Toulmin Smith, i. 260. See p. 60. See also description of both churches in V.C.H. Wilts . iii. 156. Arch. Jnl . civ. 142; Old Sarum (Min. of Works, official guide [ 1954 ] ).

    Old Salisbury Later history

    Hertford wrote to Salisbury that Lady Hertford proposed to hunt in his lordship's new warren in his castle of Old Sarum . 6 The lady was hunting there again in 1611 . 7 In 1613 the 2nd earl leased the

    Old Salisbury Before the Norman Conquest

    , is the site of the dead town of Old Salisbury , now chiefly remembered, under the name of Old Sarum , as the classic example of a rotten borough. The modern city of Salisbury stands upon the low lands

    Old Salisbury The castle

    Thomas Compton , groom of the Chamber, of the stone walls and stones called the castle or tower of Old Sarum , with liberty to knock down and carry the walls away. 83 It is hardly likely that the gaol

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    nes y mae ar brydiau yR anhawdd bod yn sicr at bWy r a pha le, y cyfeirir. Gelwir Old Sarum yR Gaersallog c a (Chaersarllog; Welshpool yn Trallwng, Trerllyn, a T Thrallwm; .Carmarthen, yn Caermarddyn a Chaer- 3 fyrddin; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    cominmndi- ties! What a squeeze must that Nbe Evhbicb Mr. Canning gives the hand that Wrote the" Sonnet to. Old Sarum, and the Defence of Rotten Boroughls in the Quarterly Revivtc! ;Mr. Canning wvas at first suspected of beint the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    for an apartment where H. Martin, the regicide was ixn- prisoned 30 years, .52I.. Inscription for a monument to Old Sarum, by R. Southey; Esq.. Poet Laureate, SJ8.. Ditto for a monument in the new forest, by ditto, 552.. T'o Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    odierwise would -go for nothing. It can even make a man represent nothing itself,'like the Ho- nourabhe Member for Old Sarum, It is sonietimes dit'- cult to account for these freaks of association; but- wh a, particularly helped us, we Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    their ci' nnliur&S welfare, are strenuously exerting thein'elves to I iPl rt the dignity of the Crown, (and of Old Sarum, Ile thi'd luive added) and Itbe happiness and prosperity of tlantio, tfy rejeeting all visionary schemes of Reform, anfully Subscribers-only content

 

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