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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Winchester Castle

    the west end of the hall there is the top of a round table 17 ft. in diameter, locally known as ' King Arthur 's Round Table ,' with a Tudor rose in the centre and painted radiating lines dividing

    Windsor castle History

    of Pentecost next after. He also proposed to have a building in which the Round Table could be held. 104 He held another Round Table at Windsor in 1345 . In October 1346 Edward returned in triumph from France ,

    Windsor castle Architectural history

    order of the Round Table and the work continued for forty weeks, hundreds of men being engaged upon it till the end of November, when work ceased for the winter. 14 The building of the Round Table house does not

    Parishes Hatton

    being Cockowe Church Land. 144 The earthwork at Camp Hill , Beausale , 145 is still known as the Round Table and may be the site of Rykmersbury, mentioned by Rous 146 as a depopulated village. Charities Edwards Coat and

    Parishes Kenilworth

    Edmund, 48 whom he created Earl of Lancaster . Edmund in 1279 held a famous concourse here, called 'the Round Table ', consisting of 100 knights, who engaged in tilting and martial exploits under the presidency of Roger Mortimer ,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THIS VEXAMINER, ON POLITICS, DOMESTIC ECONOMY, AND TREAT RICALS FOR `THE YEAR 1817. ?- 7-4?v ? -, . , '. 'A ?f ", PARTY IS THE MADNESS OF MANY FOR T12 GAIN OF A FEW.-POPE. LONDON: PRINTED AND PUBLISHED Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    W1r. .Elazitt, in detecting the malignant cttnringwlith whicil ;Giffrd woerid confound the characters of tbie two writers in the Round Table, so as to make the conftasion of both hlave a ridicuihous result to each, has ldone the ,:Editor of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    as " Mr. President,---Gentle- men of the Round Table ;" or to any one of mv friend3 itn particular,; accordiog to his signature, as " To 'thri Member of the Round Table, T. or W"` This perhaps will be determined Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ROUND TABLE. No. 5. SUNDAY, JANUARY 29, 1815. I riTvp been telling my cdmnpanions of the pRgund Table, that if searcely one other signature beside's my own con- tintife to appear in our lucubrations, people will hegin to doubt the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ROUND TABLE. No. 12. SUNDAY, MAcRCl 26, IS15. IN devoting tho present and succeeding number of the Round Tahle to it'.s Correspondents, I imist inform the readler, that agreeably to the infivtitious nature of our estiblishnient, the letters whielh I Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Index, Q, R, 26 July 1554-30 November 1558

    313. Rostock , a Hanseatic Town, 393. Rota , the Roman Office of the, 150, 254. Rotterdam , 242. Round Table , the, 11. Roveri , a courier, 148. Royal Archives (Turin), 104 note , 113 note . Rue ,

    Henry VIII, June 1541, 1-10, 01 June 1541-10 June 1541

    shall encounter in the fields, issuing out of the woods to seek their adventures as the knights of the Round Table did. On the 12th the marriage shall be made [between ] the duke of Cleves and the princess of

    Spain, July 1554, 26-31, 26 July 1554-31 July 1554

    as an obedient daughter of the Catholic Church. We went to the castle of this town to see the Round Table which belonged to King Arthur. They say he is under a spell. The names of his twelve knights are

    Spain, 1501, 01 March 1501-30 November 1501

    The two hundred and thirty knights of the Round Table will again assemble on this occasion. In olden times King Arthur, on whose soul God have mercy, presided over the Round Table. It would be difficult to describe all the

    Parishes (West Ward), St Michael, Barton

    a great ring mound of cobbles with one standing stone in the centre. King Arthur's Round Table within a great ring fosse. Little Round Table that was situated west of Lowther Bridge, a ring mound 60 to 80 yards in

 

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