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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Cherington Charities for the poor

    . 8 d ., the interest on a gift of £4 made to the parish by William Bailey , 96 was being distributed among the poor according to the donor's wish, but in 1704 it was said that no interest

    Blackburn hundred Mitton

    de Bailey , Jordan de Bailey chaplain and Ralph son of Robert de Bailey ; ibid. no. 72. Add. MS. 32107, no. 888, 872. DD , no. 658. Gerard, Stonyhurst Coll . 44. The seal of John de Bailey ,

    Chappel Charities for the poor

    up in the 1990s and the remaining capital given to support the parish council's work with the elderly. 74 Anne Bailey , who lived at Broom House in the 1840s , 75 by will of unknown date, beque- athed capital

    Houses of Augustinian canons St Mary's College , Oxford

    wife founded St. Mary 's College, giving land in the parishes of St. Michael 's North, and St. Peter le Bailey , and building a chapel. 2 The rules, which were drawn up in 1448 by the abbot of Oseney

    The city of Durham Fortifications

    and Dun Cow Lane with a gateway spanning the North Bailey . This wall divided the civil from the ecclesiastical part of the hill. The gateway crossing the North Bailey was later annexed to the church of St. Mary le

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    wrthwynebu cynygiad Mr. Newdegate i wneyd ynchwilad seneddol i achos y mynachdai Pabaidd. Mae yr ymchwiliad i gyfrifon y Casglydd Bailey, New York, wedi prpfi yn barod fod ei gyfrifon Yu fyr o 121,622 6o ddoleri; ac-mae sicrwydd am rai Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ADDYSG;--.- ? ?? ?, 1? : , , -1 I LI~PIKANG3L.fGBUDD'jYl.i D)ydd IiMercher y 5ed cyfisol,';eswn nfaifod odrethdalwyr avg ynhdiwYd yln 'glwysNe~wydd, penderfyawyd4 siy Pagchn. Thomas. Edwards. Cwmg~twytrh; ,Lewis Evans, Eglwy.Ne ydd,' a Meri 6'-ohn Jof~es, Gyryd- View, a. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    hyn nas mynent eu linnain trwy wrthod Dr. Taylor fel en cVnrynbiolwr, a dwyn ymlaen un o'r en w Mr. Bailey, gWr anbysbys i bawb ond iddynt hwy. Fel mae ryfeddshf, canfu y blaid arall en hadeg a'u mantais - Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gynif dc A dynol yn agos i'r Wyddgrng ychydig ddyddiau yn rb ol wrth gladdio ffynon gerllaw lie o'r enw Bailey y5 acwedi.Yoedd nbai o'r esgyrn mewn cadwraeth dda nln , ac wdi eucladdn yn y tywod oddento tair treed- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y brif heol, L'trwy weithfeydd N~int-y-g1o, rat balas Mr.:Richard- F soh, y director azd' mna~nger-palns y di~seddlam l Craw shay Bailey. Cafwyd anerchiad brwdfrydig rgan y bonedd'wr clodwiwr yn nrws ei bahsa. -Dywed- .ai iddo fad y horsela3wnw yel ym~gyngbloni Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    TAILOR, Mistress (?Judith)

    1619 Other notes Accused 1619. Known London address The Mint Parish Tower Liberty = St Peter ad Vincula (in the Bailey) Ward Tower (Street) Date 1619 Censorial hearings 12 Feb 1619 Entry T, of the Mint, was charged by Ann

    Addenda, Queen Elizabeth - Volume 28, June 1583, 01 June 1583-30 June 1583

    to Bailey are detained from him, in behalf of Leonard Parry, who married Harris's sister. That Harris has leased part of them for 21 years, since he sold them to Bailey. That Harris's statute to Bailey being forfeited, he (Bailey) Subscribers-only content

    CHURCH, Jane or Joan

    notes Accused (and accuses) 1628. Known London address Tower Street Parish Tower Liberty = St Peter ad Vincula (in the Bailey) Ward Tower (Street) Date 1628 Censorial hearings 4 April 1628 Entry C, of Tower Street, was accused of giving

    BERNADINUS, Philip

    merchants) qqv. Known London address near Tower and Tower Hill Parish Tower Liberty = St Peter ad Vincula (in the Bailey) Ward Tower (Street) Date 1608 Censorial hearings 25 July 1608 Entry B claimed to be only the middle man,

    ROGERS, Jane

    specialities Gynaecology, obstetrics Known London address near Tower Hill (?) Parish Tower Liberty = St Peter ad Vincula (in the Bailey) Ward Tower (Street) Date 1600 Censorial hearings 7 March 1600 Entry Faith Brook, widow of Towerhill, accused R. 'She

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    Reasons humbly Offered against the Clause in the present Malt-Tax Bill, for taking away, or altering the Bounty and Draw-back, upon the Exportation of Malt, 1 August 1725

    the Price of Barley, and thereby become leffen'd the Rents of- the Lands of j&g'/W; for unlcfs the Price of Bailey (in that C ife) be greatly reduced, the Jft/te/m will be fup- plied cheaper from other Places, as from Subscribers-only content

    25 May 1689, 25 May 1689

    ftill juftify the faid Oates, and verify the Truth of his Difcovery. " He appeared a Witnefs at The Old. Bailey, againfl: Whitebread, Fenwick, Ireland, Pickering, and Grove, 17 Dec. 1678. Whitebread and Fenwick were not then tried ; but Subscribers-only content

    22 January 1721, 22 January 1722

    Suit of the faid Patrick Crombie, Walter Chrifiiefon, and William Sibbald, together with Thomas Greig Malt¬ man, Andrew Rutherford late Bailey and Maltman, James Anderfon Walker, John Duncan Weaver, David Melvill Weaver, and James Smith Smith, of Coupar aforefaid ; Subscribers-only content

    9 February 1721, 9 February 1722

    *' Chrifiiefon, Merchants of Coupar in Fife, William Sib- •' bald Writer, Thomas Greig Maltman, Andrew Ruther- •• ford late Bailey and Maltman, James Anderfon Walker, •' John Duncan Weaver, David Melvill Weaver, James * Origin. Cateret. a t< it Subscribers-only content

    26 April 1723, 26 April 1723

    Crofton, William Pickering, Browne, Bill Jones, James Roche, Dennis Kelly, John Macnamara, John Eddowes, William Deborough, Mary Sturgis, Hum¬ phry Bailey, Neville, James Franks, Henry Dud' dell, William Afoley, Dorothy Kay, Benjamin Marfhall, and Fitzgerald, be, and are hereby, required Subscribers-only content

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 2, Chapter 4 Tower Street Ward. The Bounds.

    great the Soke is, which hath such Bounds. From the Gate of Algate as far as the Gate of the Bailey of the Tower, called Cungate, and all Cheken Lane towards Barking Church , as far as the Churchyard, except

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BAILEY, William (d.1409), of Salisbury, Wilts.

    BAILEY, William (d.1409), of Salisbury, Wilts. Constituency Dates Salisbury 1406 Salisbury 1410 Ofifces Held Reeve, Salisbury 1 Nov. 1399-1400; coroner 1400-d. Coroner, Wilts. bef. May 1406-d. Biography A draper, Bailey presented 18 entire woollen cloths for alnage in the financial

    BAILEY, John (d.1436), of Cricklade, Wilts.

    BAILEY, John (d.1436), of Cricklade, Wilts. Constituency Dates Calne 1420 Cricklade 1427 Biography In February 1409 the sheriff of Wiltshire was ordered to replace John Bailey as verderer in Bradon forest, which was near to Cricklade, on the ground that

    GIPPS, George (c.1728-1800), of Harbledown, nr. Canterbury.

    GIPPS, George (c.1728-1800), of Harbledown, nr. Canterbury. Constituency Dates Canterbury 1780 1796 Canterbury 12 May 1797 13 Feb 1800 Biography Gipps, according to the English Chronicle in 1780, was originally ‘an apothecary in the city of Canterbury, and not

    GUNTER, Richard (by 1503-53), of Oxford.

    This led the coroner William Fleming to order an investigation at Gunter’s house in the parish of St. Peter le Bailey which showed that the servant had died of pestilence, a finding which in October 1531 the council ordered to

    FLEMING, William (c.1475-1540), of Oxford.

    FLEMING, William (c.1475-1540), of Oxford. Constituency Dates Oxford 1529 Oxford 1536 Ofifces Held Commr. subsidy, Oxford 1523, 1524, alderman by 1523-d., mayor 1527-8, 1528-9, coroner in 1531. Biography William Fleming’s forbears are unknown, although two weavers of that name

  • * Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858 *

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    CP.H.3827

    modernised. Location: Catforth (Catforth) : undefined Cannot identify Location: Mitton (Lancashire) Place(s): Aighton, Bailey and Chaigley (Aighton) : hamlet Aighton, Bailey and Chaigley (Bailey) : undefined Aighton, Bailey and Chaigley (Chaidgley) : undefined Location: Whalley (Lancashire) Place(s): Wiswell (Wiswell) :

  • * John Johnson Collection of Printed Ephemera * *

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    John Johnson Collection of Printed Ephemera

    four oCloek, under tbe direction of Mr. SlMiMONO)*.? FiiTUteBoxes ma bs had attbeLsbrane? of M*s«rsMiWihell, Sams.Andrews, Sf g^uio .Ebers, Hookham, Bailey, Ckapoeii, \\\vt(&„Sm •i^?- N ,»HSS 1 S P ^ si's"" Q ® H < t* a p i4 HIS* Subscribers-only content

 

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