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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Houses of Premonstratensian canons The abbey of Beauchief

    In visitations of Welbeck, Beauchief is several times described as ecclesia nostra filialis . The following is the descent of Beauchief :-Premontre, 1120; Licques ( Normandy ), 1131; Welbeck, 1158; Beauchief , c . 1175. Beauchief herself never sent forth

    Houses of Premonstratensian canons The abbey of Newbo

    Lincoln . 5 He accordingly did his part by sending a cita tion to the abbots of Welbeck, Dale , Beauchief , and those of Lincolnshire , warning them that they would be required to pay arrears due to the

    House of Premonstratensian canons Abbey of Leiston

    MS. Vesp. E. xiv, 10, 39. Harl. MS. 441, 24; Vesp. E. xiv, 10 b , 38. & c. Addy, Beauchief , 25. Suckling, Hist. of Suff . ii, 431. Cal. Chart. R . I. 426. Bodl. Chart. Suff. 226.

    Religious houses of Derbyshire Introduction

    Canons, in Derbyshire . In 1183 Welbeck, one of the most important of the English houses, planted a colony at Beauchief , near Sheffield ; whilst Newhouse (the present English house) established another colony at Dale , on the confines

    House of Premonstratensian canons The abbey of Welbeck

    6; Seal Casts, lii, 12, 13. Harl. Chart. 45 A. 30; Addy, Beauchief , 25. Nott. Bor. Rec . i, 8; Harl. Chart. 45 A. 6. Addy, Beauchief ; Harl. Chart. 49 I. 16. Pat. 13 Hen. III, m. 10d.;

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    by the running at Liverpool, but I may briefly remark that BrLLYCOCIr should take the Mlidstimmer Welter Handicap, Asniuss OF BEAUCHIEF the Flying Handicap; while the Irwell Plate should fall to TALiKArIVE, the July Welter may be won by KING Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    *.4 10I1Sister Margaret ..4 8IL1 LVillae Boly .. .4 10I1Pussy........3890 1The Jilt...... 3 913 Claude Melnotte .4 88 Abbeos of Beauchief 4 09 The Donnerhornl ..38 6 Aban's........4090Music Muater .. 3* 8.5 Dutch Agnes; . 3 93Flash ~.......... 383 Flower Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at the St. -Bernard iUlub eli~sw i's this year. Amongst the smooth-coated dogs are twowell- :r. known psrizetakers-Mr. Well's " Beauchief"' and Mr. I Ball's 'Pedro.", The sinaoth-coaited hitches are not is1 particularly remarkable.- as Nawfoundlands, especially the black-coated-bitches, do Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    agst Compton Lass colt, 0 to e oach ' agst Loonle and The Bishop, 7 to I agst Abbess of Beauchief, a"Ill 100 to 12 agst Nordenskjold,-Wou hey a neck ; three lengths I soparated second and third. Thie SrocoroN Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    iosvan, Alexander de GeOorigia Lydian, Viiilon, llillycoclc, Lady of the Lalio, Holster, R ssayeri. Pont, Arablan, Cutler II., Alibeas of Beauchief, Olive Bllu, Ratliaspic, MISS, Palmer, Laurel Leaf, Strathrowan filly, Han~nahl, Tapestry, Tismaorrra, Thriutoft, lisgioscope, Velour, lo innin Hazardl, Goid Subscribers-only content

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