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  • * British History Online * *

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    Close Rolls, Henry VII, 1493-1495, 01 January 1493-31 December 1495

    Okley, Cranley and Alfold: and to William her son a dwelling place in St. Andrew's parish, in the ward of Baynards castle London. Dated 1 August, 8 Henry VII. English . 1494. Memorandum of acknowledgment, 30 August this year. 797 Subscribers-only content

    Of Towers and Castels

    Recorde. Baynards Castell perished by fire.; Humfrey duke of Glocester new builded it. Richard D. of Yorke honor of Baynards castell.; Edward the 4. elected king in S. Johns field.; Edward the 4 tooke on him the crowne in Baynards

    Parish Churches

    Mary Mounthaunt. S. Michael at Queene hithe. S. Mary at Sommers hithe. S. Peters at Paules wharfe. 24. In Castle Baynards warde 4. S. Benet Hude, or Hith, by Paules wharfe. S. Andrewe by the Wardrobe. S. Mary Magdalen in

    Castle Baynard warde

    of the Garter, and therefore called Burley , house in Thames streete, betweene Baynards Castle and paules wharfe. Baynards Castle. There was also another tower by Baynards Castle, builded by King Edward the 2. Edward the 3. in the 2.

    Of the ancient and present rivers [etc]

    of wels.; Decay of the Riuer of the Wels.; Parliament record.; Riuer of Wels bare ships.; Patent record: Mils by Baynards castell. made in the first of King Iohn.; Riuer so called in the yeare 1307.; Turnemill Brooke. That the

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    15, Lower Woods; Friday, 16, Swan, Derry Hill; atur- day, 17, Foxley Green. t icicasrass (at 11).-Tbis day, February 13, Baynards t Green; Thursday, 15, Eythorpe Bndge; Satuday, 17,t I Astrop. V I CoTwonLD, NosTr (at 11).-This day, February 13, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    'which inoluded* Dorkinge, Old English game, Indran game, and any other nure breed, went to Mr. C. E. Brooke.. Of Baynards, Susses. The silover cup, value £2, same donors, for the second beat, was won by Mir. Al. Gr. Parliet, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    | the poultry industry visited on Saturday the Iville l Poultry Farm, at Baynards, near Horsham, the pro- perty of Mr. C. E. Brooke, Master of the Poulterers' Company. The business of rearing and fattening chickens has been carried on Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CHAL}}rEN. wife of a smith on the Baynards' Park Estate, near IIorsham, has recently (says a a contemporary) undergone a remarkable trial. e id Before I was married," said Mrs. Ohallen, "I was a .e great sufferer from neuralgia and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    nuc:, One city tntiq~uarysrtta. that the the pelncipar 4iugbt, .and .ha retinue, should reprueaenS~qm :eitv ber stdard-bearer. "RBobert Pitswalter held Baynards ery Castle, to hhii sad Ih heire, on the tenure of bsing tfte. no. sandard.bearer and leader of the Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    The office of constable, 1815

    frequently hereditary, and by feudal tenure ; such were the constable of the tower, the constable of London , or Baynards -castle, the constables of the castles of Dover , Windsor , Chester , Flint , & c. some of Subscribers-only content

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