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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Penybryn, i diwy i'r heddgeidwaid gael eu hysbysu o ladrad r beiddgar oedd newydd gymeryd lle. Aeth dyn o'r enw Barker (butcher), ar yr hwn yr oedd golwg dlod- n* aidd (a barnu dyn oddiwrth ei wisg, &e.) o'r t5 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    IEIYNTIQN 0, WAL ,-&RDI I.. a ±:iLIii1YJ-'X '- ,"VY'-, a- r-, BUDiDUGpLTAMoHR TR -EGEWYWY YR T1GHaR- Y_ rDrNwdychid y-maen-gyd a,.r~ d~drba jnoB Wener y 2Tai o i a &Hydr4, r~redcf Yj yg dre doja i'rdiben ogyf-- 11, twyno, gagol Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ei wcrthu' mewn poteli Is. ljc., a 2s. 9C. yr uo ganobob-Fferyllydd parohus. . whlesale Agents.-W. Sutton & Co., a Barker a Co., London; Evens, Sons, & Co.', Liverpool., TAMES YATES, -Esq.,xM.D., ofOldbam, says:- r) -"From numnierous trials of your Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    mewn poteli Is. lic., a. i2ga 9c. yr un gar; bob' Fferyllydd parchus. - W:Tholesale Algents.-W Suttnon & Cor a Barker &: -Co., Lon'don; Evans,' Sons, & Co., Liverpool. 0. TAMES YATES,0 Esij., M.D., :of Oldham,9 says: . 1 "Fromn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    well ever since. ' arotoedig yn gan A. HAYMA'H Fferyflydd,, Casatelblcdd, ac ye ccel ci wer-thumsei lpoteliIs ij. a 2s. 9e. yr un gan' bob Fferyllyda patchus. Wholesale Agent.s.-W. Sutton &: Co., a Barker &z Udo.,London-; Easns, Sons,& Co., Liverpool. Subscribers-only content

  • * John Foxe's The Acts and Monuments Online *

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    Actes and Monumentes of the churche

    Quene Maries seruauntes, & was taken by twoo of his fellowes, the sayd quenes seruauntes, named Iohn Haman, otherwyse called Barker, and George Looson, both dwellyng in Codnam in the countie of Suffolke, who caried hym to one maister Gosnall,

    Quene Mary. Complaint of such as fauoured the Gospell at Jpswich.

    their husbandes.Rafe Carleton his wife, Curate of S. Mathewes, andS. Mary at Elmes.Elizabeth Cantrel, wife to Rafe Cantrel.Iane Barker, wife to Roberte Barker Prieste, late ofBurie.Latimer his wife, curate of S. Laurence, and S. Ste-phens.William Clearke his wife, late Curate

    Actes and Monumentes of the church.

    Actes and Monumentes of the church.running title across gutter.also aduisedly spoken, that which is contayned in the sayd former fourth article, laste before specified.6.Sixtly, that he had spoken agaynst the Byshop of Rome, with the sea and churche of

    Queene Mary. Katherine Hut, Ioane Hornes, Elizabeth Thacknell, Martyrs.

    Of this credible intelligence I haue receiued by the testimonie of þe Register then of Glocester, named Ihon Tailer, aliàs Barker, that the sayde blinde boy at his last examination and finall condemnation, was brought (by the Officers, vnder whose

    Actes and Monumentes of the church.

    church.running title across gutter.Lauson and Barker, of Todnam, and burnt at Berry, and there was persecuted out of the said Hamlet, called Cornefield, Ihon Blomfield and his wife, Peke and his wife, husbādmen both, and Ihon Thornes wife, because they

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BARKER, Samuel (c.1659-1708), of Fairford Park, Glos.

    BARKER, Samuel (c.1659-1708), of Fairford Park, Glos. Constituency Dates Cricklade 1702 1708 Ofifces Held Sheriff, Glos. Mar.–Nov. 1692. Biography Barker’s family was originally from Shropshire, but his grandfather had been a merchant in and Member for Bristol and his

    BARKER, Edward (d.1602), of London.

    there was at least one other Barker in each of the Parliaments in which Edward Barker sat precludes certainty, but it is likely that most or all of these references are to Edward Barker. Probably it was he who ‘pulled

    BARKER, Sir John, 4th Bt. (c.1655-96), of Ipswich, Suff.

    month, on the 9th, Barker was nominated to prepare a bill upon the wine regulations. On 16 Dec. he told against Thomas Trenchard* in a disputed election for Dorchester. In the same month Carmarthen forecast that Barker would support him

    BARKER, William (c.1520-aft.Feb. 1576).

    BARKER, William (c.1520-aft.Feb. 1576). Constituency Dates Great Yarmouth 1558 Great Yarmouth 1559 Bramber 1563 Great Yarmouth 1571 Ofifces Held Sec. to 4th Duke of Norfolk c.1554-71. Biography No fewer than five William Barkers were resident at Cambridge during the

    BARKER, John I (c.1532-89), of Ipswich, Suff.

    it is unlikely that Barker took any share in the proceedings of the House, the references to ‘Mr. Barker’ in the journals of the 1584 and 1586 Parliaments being in all probability to Edward Barker.Barker subscribed £50, one of

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    An Act for impowering Trustees to raise Money out of the settled Estate of Robert Dolman, Esquire, for discharging several Debts and Sums of Money contracted and borrowed by him., 11 June 1749

    Leppington, on Bond, with Intereft - 1738 Match ii. To Thomas Lacon Barker, a Bond 100 /. Intereft 1735 March 5. To Thomas Thompfon, a Bond 50 /. Intereft 1738 June 1. To John Dixon, a Bond 100/. Intereft - Subscribers-only content

    4 August 1685, 4 August 1685

    Journals of the Hoüfe of Lords. IE Harris, 4*Augufti. REX. Domini tarn Spirituals quam Temporales praefentcs fuerunt: Arch. Cant. Epus. Sarum. Epus. Lincolne. Epus. Ely. Epus. Bath & Wells. L. Treafurer. L. President. L. Chamberlain of His Majefty's Houfehold. Subscribers-only content

    10 February 1685, 10 February 1686

    I 1 r de Weßon, ey. mouth. pkin. ML Jac. lit Journals of the Houfe of Lords. Anno 2° Jacobi Secuncü, D IE Mercurii, lo° die Februarn. Domini tarn Spirituales quam Temporales prsefentes fuerunt: L. Arch. Cant. Epus. Exeter. Subscribers-only content

    10 May 1686, 10 May 1686

    Journals of the Houfe of Lords. Anno 2° Jacobi Secundi. D IE Lua», io° Mail, Domini tam Spirituales quam Temporales j>ra»fentes fuerunt: L. Arch. Cant. Epus. Durham. Epus. Covent.&Liuh. Epus. Ely. L. Chancellor. L. Treafurer. Dux Norfoike, E. Marflial. Subscribers-only content

    22 November 1686, 22 November 1686

    94 Journals of the Houfe of Lords. A 1686. " decet. In cujus Rei Teftimoniurn, has Litcras Noftras 14 fieri fecimus Patentes. " Tefte Meipfo, apud Wefltn. Vicefimo Secundo " Die Noverabris, Anno Regni Noftri Se- '< cundo. " Subscribers-only content

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 5, Chapter 4 The SPIRITUAL GOVERNMENT. [Charities.]

    Thomas Row Sir Thomas White Thomas Thomlinson Robert Donkin Richard Hill Hugh Hendley Richard Bothill Nicolas Spencer John Hide Reynold Barker Richard Osmotherly John Vernon Sir William Craven Giles Atkinson John Wooler Edward Warner Nicholas Winniff Walter Fish Dr. Thomas

 

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