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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Barnes

    Parishes BarnesBARNES Berne (xi, xiii and xiv cent. and 1629). The parish of Barnes contains 1,027 acres. It lies on the Thames , inside the curve which the river makes, first north and then south, opposite Hammersmith , and

    Durham Churches and advowsons

    foro, x s .' Injunct. and Eccl. Proc. Bp. Barnes (Surtees Soc.), App. vi, p. lxi; cf. Harl. R. D 36. B.M. Lansd. Ch. 620. Injunct. and Eccl. Proc. Bp. Barnes , App. vi, p. lxii, and Harl. R.D 36.

    Parishes Hatcham ( Parish of Deptford St Paul )

    relating to that county. The right location of that part of Deptford St. Paul over which the manor of Hatcham Barnes extended was doubtful until 1636, when by a legal decision it was determined to lie in Surrey . 1

    Parishes St Oswald's - Churches and advowsons

    81. Pat. 6 Hen. IV, pt. i, m. 30. Injunctions and Eccl. Proc. Bp. Barnes (Surt. Soc.), App. vi, p. lx. Injunctions and Eccl. Proc. Bp. Barnes (Surt. Soc.), App. vi, p. lx; Harl. R. D 36. Surtees, op. cit.

    Parishes Akeley

    important manor and district of Stockholt (Stotholt, Stockholt, xiii cent.; Stockholt next Ocle, Stockholtbernes, xiv cent.; Stockholt Barnes , xvi cent.; Stockholte Barnes alias Stockholt alias Stockwell , xvii cent.). The name does not occur before the early 13th century

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

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    K. Henry. 8. Barnes, Garret, and Hierome, Martyrs.

    Henry. 8. Barnes, Garret, and Hierome, Martyrs.1541.preache to you that Saintes ought to bee prayed vnto: for thē should I preach vnto you a doctrine of my owne head. Notwithstādyng whether they pray for vs or no, that I referre

    K. Henry. 8. Barnes, Garret, and Hierome, Marytrs.

    Henry. 8. Barnes, Garret, and Hierome, Marytrs.Sermons at S. Mary spitle, openly in writyng to reuoke the doctrine whiche they before had taught. At which Sermons Steuen Gardiner also hym selfe was present to heare their recantation.First Doct. Barnes, accordyng

    K. Hen. 8. Barnes, Garret, and Hierome, Marytrs.

    Hen. 8. Barnes, Garret, and Hierome, Marytrs. and that there is none other satisfaction vnto the Father, but this his death and passion only: and that no woorke of man did deserue any thyng of God, but onely his passion,

    K. Henry. 8. The martirdome of Barnes, Hierome and Garret with their protestations.

    fagots a fire.Thus then Barnes, Hierome, and Garret being committed to the Tower, after Easter, there remayned till the xxx. day of Iuly, which was two dayes after the deathe of the Lord Cromwell. Processe agaynst Barnes, Hierome & Garret.Then

    K. Hen. 8. Trouble and persecution of Barnes, Hierome, and Garret Martyrs.

    GardinerGardiners report.) Barnes coulde not aunswere, but desired to be spared that nyght, and the next morning he would answer his arguments. Disputation betweene Barnes & Gardiner.In the morning Gardiner wyth the hearers being againe assembled, D. Barnes, according to

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ffyrda garen f'w gwella,\fel yr ymddengya i 1m'i ydyw'trefnliad esmwyth. a derbyniol an iwec Addyag.".'';X:'. Dorilenyd llythyr odoiwrth Mr. Tharnas: Barnes, di- weddar A S. dros to ton, yr hwn a aygrifeoai o Quinte, Chirk. Dywedai ei ftd ya cyrmieradwyo Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ninas New York yn y flwyddyn 1S51, tua 20 mlynedd ye ol. Yr vedd Nathaniel Curtis, Gary Chambers, a'? Parchedigion Barnes, Mfiles, a Dr. Bristol ymhlith y rhai cyntaf a'r rhai mwyaf llafurus ye dechreu y gymdeithas. Mae yn debyg Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yn ei roddi iddynt. :Da fyddai i Eglwys Loegr gofio y ffaithl aon. . ALBERT BARNES YR ESBONIwR.-Ymddengys mai yn 1798 y ganwyd Mr. Barnes, ac'inai tanner ydoedd wrth ei alwedigaethl. Ond dariu i'w cyched am. addysg ei orchlfygui i Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    i'w mam a haner coror iw chwaer bach am lanhau en hesgidian, yna ;h taith i Benygroes. Darllen Butler, Hodge, Barnes, a- fnasai yn glyfar yn lie y daith hon. Daw vr hen Id ffarmwr yr y nesaf.-Llef o'r Nant Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ei roddi iddynt yn eu hiaith en Lhnain. Y maent yn anfon ataf byth a hefyd am esboniad Jacobus, non Barnes, neu rywun arall da. Yn a wir, byddai yn gaffaeliad mawr pe byddai i rywun f gymeryd hyn mewn Subscribers-only content

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

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    CP.I.1533

    defendant Location: Bishop Wearmouth (Durham) Place(s): Barnes (High Barnes) : undefined Participant: JohnClough [Clough] Role: prosecution proctor Details: male Participant: WilliamEttrick [Ettrick] Role: defendant Details: male; Husband of Catherine Ettrick, plaintiff Location: Bishop Wearmouth (Durham) Place(s): Barnes(Barnes) : undefined

    CP.I.1531

    Role: plaintiff Details: female; Wife of William Ettrick, defendant Location: Bishop Wearmouth (Durham) Place(s): Barnes (High Barnes) : undefined Participant: WilliamEttrick [Ettrick] Role: defendant Details: male; Husband of Catherine Ettrick, plaintiff Location: Bishop Wearmouth (Durham) Place(s): Barnes (Barne) : undefined

    CP.I.2914

    Wearmouth (Durham) Place(s): Barnes (Barns) : undefined Notes: For the transmitted papers fron the original cause see also TRANS.CP.1765/4 Participant: CatherineEttrick [Ettrick] Role: appellate Details: female; Wife of William Ettrick, plaintiff/appellant Location: Bishop Wearmouth (Durham) Place(s): Barnes (Barns) : undefined

    CP.I.1506

    & Places Participant: CatherineEttrick [Ettrick] Role: appellant Details: female; Wife of William Ettrick, defendant Location: Bishop Wearmouth (Durham) Place(s): Barnes (High Barnes, Barns) : undefined Notes: For the transmitted papers fron the original cause see also TRANS.CP.1765/4 Participant: WilliamEttrick [Ettrick]

    CP.I.1525

    1766 - 1766 People & Places Participant: CatherineEttrick [Ettrick] Role: plaintiff Details: female; Wife of William Ettrick, defendant Participant: WilliamEttrick [Ettrick] Role: defendant Details: male; Husband of Catherine Ettrick, plaintiff Location: Bishop Wearmouth (Durham) Place(s): Barnes (High Barnes) : undefined

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    The assimilation of county and borough franchise., 1883

    be hoped, therefore, that politicians will see the unwisdom of further impeding the course of popular liberty, by denying Electoral freedom to the County House¬ holders. Waller and Barnes , Steam Printers, 17, Gough Square , Fleet Street , B.C. Subscribers-only content

    The English land question., 1883

    because that supremacy would have its foundation, not so much on bravery and prowess in war, as upon the ternal principles of Right and Truth. Waller & Barnes , Printers and Publishers, ly, Gough Square , Fleet Street , E.C. Subscribers-only content

    Poor Robin's true character of a scold: or, The shrew's looking-glass : ... with an appendix., 1848

    or, TOe & Hr*fo ' g & oofttns=2la£ ] & JBitruaua to all Homtnemng Barnes , ESatbes Rampant, (Uucfeollis CJoucSant, aitt f^en=petftt Sneafes, fa fflita or © ountrg. LONDON : Printed/or L. C. 1678 . WITH AN APPENDIX. % berg Subscribers-only content

    Remarks on the water supply of London, 1849

    large rivers are to be preferred to small.| Of this I am certain that water, taken either at Kew or Barnes at any time * To the above reason for superiority may perhaps be added the fact mentioned by Mr. Subscribers-only content

    Remarks on the water supply of London, 1849

    formed reservoirs of deposit and filtration on the Middlesex shore of the river. The West Middlesex Company purchased land at Barnes , and constructed large reservoirs there, taking their water by a pipe across the River,- they also formed a Subscribers-only content

 

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