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  • * British History Online * *

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    Index of Subjects, U, Z

    issues out of, 97; deficiency on, 97; issues out of, 97. Woods and Forests , heath and furze in Sherwood Forest, burning of, 224. keepers, woodwards and rangers of Waltham Forest, wages of, 293. Trent, North, Surveyor General of, 216,

    Charles II, February 1663, 01 February 1663-28 February 1663

    John Russell on the timber that may be had from Sherwood Forest. [ S.P. Supplementary 136, No . 80. ] Feb. 10. Report by Jonas Shish on Capt. Cock's timber lying in Deptford Yard. [ Ibid. No . 81. ] Subscribers-only content

    Charles II, November 1665, 01 November 1665-30 November 1665

    he checque at Woolwich to receive on the arrival of the hoy Black Dog the timber and plank from Sherwood Forest mentioned in the enclosed note. [ S.P. Supplementary 136, No . 377. ] Enclosed , The said note . Subscribers-only content

    Index, Q, 01 January 1710-31 December 1710

    wages and bills, 121, 550; pensionary watermen, grey cloth liveries for, 160, 525. Queen's Wood called Birkland Wood in Sherwood Forest, q.v . Queen's wines . See Wines. Queensberry , Duke of, See Douglas, James. Quelch , John, pirate, executed

    Index, Y, Z, 01 January 1730-31 December 1734

    -, report, 83. Young , Elizabeth, 465. -, Edward, Surveyor General of Woods, South of the Trent, and of Sherwood Forest, 69, 82, 100, 117, 131, 136, 153, 177, 230, 330; memorial of, 132; petition, 218, 278. -, Henry, 205.

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Friaries Grimsby

    'sufficiently enlarged' while William of Nottingham was provincial ( 1240-54 ). 25 Henry III granted them twenty oaks in Sherwood Forest in 1255 . 26 They paid a rent for their land to the Knights Templars till 1305, when they

    Houses of Austin canons The priory of Worksop

    , a grant of Henry III in 1268 to the priory to take two cart-loads daily of heather in Sherwood Forest , not to exceed the annual value of 60 s ., in consideration of the loss sustained in their

    House of Cistercian monks The abbey of Rufford

    the men of Clipston and Edwinstowe ought to take nothing in the woods of the abbot and convent within Sherwood Forest ; (10) grants by Robert de Waddesley and Edmund de Dacre to Elias, then abbot; (11) a charter of

    Houses of Benedictine nuns The priory of Brewood ( Black Ladies )

    without any indication whether Black Ladies or White Ladies was intended. The grants included three acres of assart in Sherwood Forest in 1241 and of oaks from Kinver Forest in 1256 and 1267. 13 Black Ladies received a gift of

    Religious houses Introduction

    such houses as the Austin priory of Newstead and the Cistercian abbey of Rufford , in the centre of Sherwood Forest , have already been discussed to some small extent. 1 Various visitations of the Nottinghamshire religious houses subject to

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    STANHOPE, Sir William (1626-1703), of Shelford, Notts.

    1661; lt. of militia ft. Notts. by 1662, farmer of excise 1671-4, dep. lt. 1677-Feb. 1688, Oct. 1688-d.; verderer, Sherwood Forest by 1683-d.; commr. for assessment, Notts. 1689-90, j.p. by 1701-d. Ofifces Held Gent. usher to Queen Catherine of Braganza

    LEKE, Robert, Lord Deincourt (1654-1707), of Duke Street, Westminster.

    gent. pens. 1677-83, groom of the stole to Prince George of Denmark 1685-7. Ofifces Held Keeper, Sherwood Forest 1677-?90, ld. lt. Derbys. 1685-7, j.p. by 1701-?d. Ofifces Held Capt. Lord Gerard’s Horse 1678-9, indep. tp. 1685; col. Princess Anne’s Horse

    PELHAM CLINTON, Thomas, Earl of Lincoln (1752-1795).

    col. 1780; col. 75 Ft. 1782-3, 17 Drag. 1785-d.; maj.-gen. 1787. Ofifces Held Ld. lt. Notts and steward of Sherwood Forest 1794-d. Biography Lincoln had come in for Retford on the family interest since 1781, but his father’s disapproval of

    JENISON, Sir Matthew (1654-1734), of Newark, Notts.

    Exchequer. He served as sheriff in 1684, and in 1686 acted as a commissioner to examine decaying trees in Sherwood Forest. Thereafter his public role seems to have ceased, possibly due to opposition to James II, although it did not

    WILLOUGHBY, Sir Thomas, 2nd Bt. (1672-1729), of Wollaton, Notts. and Middleton, Warws.

    1710 Newark 1710 1 Jan. 1712 Ofifces Held Chief forester and keeper of the walk of Langton Arbor, Sherwood Forest 1690–?; sheriff, Notts. 1695–6; high steward, honor of Peveril, Notts. and Derbys. 1706–d., Tamworth 1715–d. Ofifces Held FRS 1693. Biography

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 6, Chapter 3 The PALACE.

    . Keepers of Windsor Park , great and little; Greenwich Park ., Hampton-Court Park , New Forest , and Sherwood Forest . Surveyor General of his Majesty's Houses, Castles, Lordships, & c. Surveyor of his Works. Paymaster of the Works.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    he-dless to rtner into any detail of it. 11 is Grace was Lrl Lierterrast of Not |tirrgbashire, Keeper of Sherwood Forest aned Folevsood Park. Chancelilor of tile Univetsity of Oxford. iligh Steward dC Bristol, an Elder tlcathi r-of the Trinitv Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    The PARLIAMENTARY POCKET-BOOK, for 1832. In one thick volume, crown 8vo. price 18s. bound. NORMAN ABBEY: a Tale of Sherwood Forest. By a Lady. In 3 vols. post avm. price 11. 4s. boards. IV. The BOTANIST'S ANNUAL. By the Author Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    HARTLEY ON MAN. In a large volume octavo, price 12s. in boards, QBSERVATIONS' on -MAN; his Frame his Duty, and his Expectations. In Two Parts. By DAVID HARTLEY, M.D. The Sixth Edition, corrected and revised. Londonb' Printed for IThomas Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the august cere- mony of being crowned this week, was on Monday last apprehended at his royal encampment at Sherwood Forest, and committed to the county gaol, Nottingham, on the charge of stealing a horse from Newark. A panic seized Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MAIL-A bill still be introduced into Parliament this Session for opening a railroad communication from Nottingham and Sheffield, through Sherwood Forest, and over part of the Great Midland Coalfield, which, in consequence of its connection with other lines, will, if Subscribers-only content


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