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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Tudor and Stuart Colchester Religious life

    with the High Commission's investigation of John Bastwick in 1634 , perhaps because Bastwick had described Newcomen as 'a mad parson' two years earlier. 42 The trial and his subsequent imprisonment turned Bastwick into a reckless pamphleteer, a career which

    Houses of Benedictine monks The abbey of St Benet

    , Lamas , Ludham , Beeston , Stalham , Somerton , Winterton , Waxham , Thurne , Ashby , Caister, Bastwick , Ranworth , and St. Martin , Shotesham . From the enumeration of the extensive abbey property, which lay

    Tudor and Stuart Colchester Introduction THE SEIGE OF COLCHESTER

    followers of Archbishop Laud fuelled factionalism in borough government and may have led to the arrest and trial of John Bastwick , later a leading parliamentarian writer, in 1634 . 47 Most borough officers in the 1630s favoured a presbyterian

    Hospitals Hospitals in Norwich

    rectories of Costessy, Calthorpe , Hardley , Seething , Mundham St. Peter, Mundham St. Ethelbert, Cringleford , and Repps with Bastwick , yielded an annual income of £54 18 s . 10 d ., and the altarage of the altar

    Parishes Great Parndon GREAT AND LITTLE PARNDON c. 1875

    and was instituted rector after Osbaldeston 's death in 1645 . He had left the parish by 1658 . John Bastwick , who was appointed to the rectory in 1658 , was ejected for nonconformity in 1662 . Robert Osbaldeston

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    CORBET, John II (by 1514-59), of Sprowston, Norf.

    6 Apr. 1555 Corbet gave to feoffees, including (Sir) Christopher Heydon, the manor of ‘Bastwick Viles’ and other lands in Bastwick, to the use of Miles and Catherine Heydon, (Sir) Christopher’s sister, on their marriage; the same feoffees also received

    HARLEY, Robert (1661-1724), of Brampton Bryan, Herefs.

    style he cited a precedent for omitting the word ‘seditious’, in this case the notorious prosecution in 1637 of Prynne, Bastwick and Burton. He then voted against carrying the articles to the Lords, and after the trial was over and

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    rapscallions who'd rudely reform The Black Bench, with its big wig so white ! Old Black should again bear what Bastwick once bore- Old Cobbett again stand where Prynne stood of yore- That prying and pestilent fellow, Joe Hume, Should Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    army, on the ground that the petitioners ought to have been aware that they inscurred riaks. In reply to Mr. Bastwick, Mr. OTWAY said the Foreign Office had no Inform tion that the Governmentof VenezaelahadpaidPrussian claim of to the amount Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a pool of blood. He I hacd ienh hemtally murdered; fent gaping wounds haId ibeen inlictehd with a knife. George Bastwick, collier, has been I apprehecded anti charged with the murder, which he i denied.,1 Mhcic " Olivette" shall have Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    D.S.O., R.A. (Macmillan); maps and plans. Pp. o14. "A Miaster Miariner: Being the Life and Adventures of Captain Robert William Bastwick," edited by Herbert Compton (T. Fisher Unwini. Adventures SerieS. Pp. 351. Some~ Historic Women; or Biographical Studies of Women Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    plaintiff for £200. At the Stafford assizes on Monday, George Tavernor was tried for shooting his sister, Ellen Tavernor, at Bastwick, on the 16th of September. The jury roturied a verdict of guilty of unlawfully wounding and the pri- soner Subscribers-only content

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