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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hospitals St Anthony , Lenton

    Hospitals St Anthony , Lenton 28. THE HOSPITAL OF ST . ANTHONY , LENTON There are two references in the Lenton chartulary to a hospital of St. Anthony within the precincts of the priory. The earliest of these references records

    Hospitals St John the Baptist & St Anthony , Salisbury

    the Baptist & St Anthony , Salisbury 35. THE HOSPITAL OF ST . JOHN THE BAPTIST AND ST . ANTHONY , SALISBURY 1 This foundation was built near Salisbury Castle and appears to have been dedicated jointly to St. John

    Hospitals St Laud & St Anthony , Hoddesdon

    Laud & St Anthony , Hoddesdon 26. HOSPITAL OF ST . LAUD AND ST . ANTHONY , HODDESDON The earliest mention of this hospital is in 1390 , when the Bishop of Ely granted indulgences for the poor and lepers

    Hospitals St Margaret & St Anthony , Wimborne

    Margaret & St Anthony , Wimborne 30. THE HOSPITAL OF ST . MARGARET AND ST . ANTHONY , WIMBORNE The date of the foundation of this ancient hospital, commonly called St. Margaret's of Wimborne, is unknown. Tradition has reported that

    Hospitals St Anthony & St Eloy , Cambridge

    Hospitals St Anthony & St Eloy , Cambridge 29. THE HOSPITAL OF ST . ANTHONY AND ST . ELOY, CAMBRIDGE Henry Tangmere , who died about 1361, built at his own expense the Hospital of St. Anthony and St. Eloy

  • * British History Online *

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    Chantry Certificate, 1548, Corporations and Companies of the City

    4d obit. Clear remainder 3 6s 8d p.a. 192. Skinners 3 Augmentation of the salary of a priest in St Anthony, and obit there: lands given by John Draper for his soul for ever, 7 10s 8d p.a. Of which,

    Extracts from the Records, 1560, July-December

    toun quhilk he had in keiping, weyand sevin pund thre vnce and ane half vnce wecht." ] Haley Blude. St Anthony . The prouest baillies counsale and dekynnis foresaid ordanis to warne the maisteris of the Hally Blude, and siclik

    Cecil Papers, March 1606, 01 March 1606-31 March 1606

    d James Buchannon 20 1 The Prince's Servants Sir David Murray 40 1 Adam Newton 50 1 Lo. of St Anthony 90 1 Walter Alexander 25 1 Anthoine Abington 16 1 13 s 4 d Alphonso Fferabosco 12 1 10

    Table of contents

    as to keeping the Sabbath day; against blaspbemers; iniquity of women "taverners"; duty of wine pertaining to fraternity of St Anthony; sundry acts; burgesses to be resident; payments to John Knox; fee to gild officer, [ C.R. Vol. III. fol

    Warrant Books, March 1708, 21-25, 21 March 1708-25 March 1708

    & seamen of the Prince pacquet boat employed between Falmouth & Portugal, one moiety of the small Spanish ship St Anthony (Pedro Burdeo master, from Santa Cruz to Bayonne with a cargo of snuff) taken by them Aug 10 last

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    At the mouth of the burning viery vurnis, Shadrac, Meshac, and Abednego, corn voarth and corn hether."-A clerk of St Anthony used invariablv to read (though I, more than once, endeavoured to set him right) "' the ragging (for tIte Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    most hardened, or daring, or the most credulous St. Jerome speaks o a Centaur who had a conversation with St Anthony the Hermit. He Sfterwards gives an account of a much longer discourse that ths same Aithony hbd with a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    POSITIVELY TlIl LAST WEEK. TFHEATRE ROYAL, HiAYNMARKET;-Ofl MONDAY nexy, arnd every Ereunlg jdririr the Nveck kextcept Friday) M.iHUNP.Y will have the honour of repeating his very successful Entertainment, called HENRY'S WHIMS and WONDE1RS, in which be will introduce his Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    as Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster. His fate reminds us of a story in the Romish Legends :-When St Anthony, who preached to the fiches, was perlorming miracles every day, the chief of Uis monastery spoke to him on Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to wins, and to this order the people were fain to submit; but the monks of the order of St Anthony entered ass energetic and successful protest, stating to his majesty that it svas contrary to the respect and reverence Subscribers-only content

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