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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hospitals St John , Bedford

    I Hen. III. m. 3d. A. Gibbons , Liber Antiquus , 20-5. Linc. Epis. Reg., Memo. Beaufort , 22d. Linc. Epis. Reg., Memo. Beaufort , 22d. Beds N. and Q . i. 321; transcribed from Camb . Univ. Library MS.

    Winchester The hospital of St Cross

    bosses carved with the arms of Cardinal Beaufort and William of Wykeham and a shield of the Passion. The vaulting shafts and springers are contemporary with the clearstory windows, but the arms of Beaufort indicate that the vault was not

    Winchester The cathedral

    of William de Westekarre, Bishop of Sidon 1456-86 . The Beaufort and Wayneflete chapels have a general resemblance to each other, the latter having doubtless been inspired by the former. Beaufort 's is built of Purbeck marble with leaded joints

    Hospitals St John Baptist , Hockcliffe

    master.' Ibid. Memo. Dalderby , 33d, 48. Ibid. 178. See list of masters. Ibid. Memo. Bek, 32d. Ib id. Inst. Beaufort . It appears in the First Report of the Crown Bailiff as part of the property of Dunstable ,

    Hospitals Mere

    8. Ibid. and Cal. of Pap. Letters , i, 155. Linc. Epis. Reg. Inst. Gynwell, 99 d . Ibid. Inst. Beaufort , 1. Ibid. Ibid. Inst. Repingdon, 6. Ibid. Ibid. Inst. Flemyng, 23. Ibid. Inst. White and Watson, 1554-9 ,

  • * British History Online *

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    Appendix I, North and South Carolina Land Grants

    ditto 15 July Dixon, Jonathan 100 N Hanover 22 September Draper, Nathaniel 500 Beaufort 14 February Dry, William 640 N Hanover 8 June Dunbar, William 365 Beaufort 15 February Dwight, Joseph 250 ditto 14 February Dyos, John 570 ditto 15

    Index, Q, R, 01 January 1666-31 December 1668

    : ships from, to join Beaufort, 1; duchess of Nemours to sail from, 6. refugees from St. Christophers at, 11; ship from America, with news, 64, 127. fortifications repaired, 13; troops sent to, 26, 149. Beaufort at with French fleet,

    House of Lords Journal Volume 14, 19 November 1691, 19 November 1691-19 November 1691

    of Beaufort against E. of Aylesbury's Bill. Whereas this Day was appointed for hearing the Counsel of her Grace the Dutchess of Beaufort , against the Earl of Aylisburye's Bill; Counsel appearing for her Grace the Dutchess of Beaufort ,

    Addenda, July 1685, 01 July 1685-31 July 1685

    and West Jersey, and we recommend the issue of writs against the patents of Delaware, East and West Jersey, accordingly. Signed , Rochester, Clarendon, C.P.S., Halifax P., Ormond, Beaufort. [ Col. Entry Bk., Vol. XCVII., pp . 230, 231. ]

    America and West Indies, July 1726, 1-5, 01 July 1726-31 July 1726

    for every such barony, he being desirous to settle and improve the said four severall baronies. Signed, Tho. Lowndes and Beaufort, Craven, Ja. Bertie, Hen. Bertie, John Tyrrel, J. Colleton. [C.O. 5, 290. pp. 238 250; and 324, 49. pp.

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    MILBORNE, Clayton (aft.1676-1726), of Bloomsbury Square; St. Giles-in-the-Fields, Mdx. and Judde House, Ospringe, Kent

    Kent Constituency Dates Monmouth 1708 1715 Ofifces Held Conservator, Bedford level 1701–d. Biography The Beaufort nominee at Monmouth in three successive Parliaments, Milborne was not without strong local connexions of his own: his father, a London lawyer, was a younger

    JONES, Richard (bef.1679-1736), of Ramsbury, Wilts.

    Beaufort, persuading the Duke to back him against Robert Pitt* in Salisbury with the claim that ‘many of that corporation’ had ‘invited him’ to stand against Pitt. In seeking approval of this interference from Lord Treasurer Oxford (Robert Harley*),

    LEWIS, Thomas II (1685-1732), of St. Pierre, Mon.

    of his ‘cousin’ John Morgan II*, but Morgan’s efforts on his behalf foundered on the determination of the Duke of Beaufort, whose interest in the constituency was the more powerful, to maintain his own candidate. The following year Lewis took

    GUNTER, James (1676-1712), of the Priory, Abergavenny, Mon.

    (Thomas*) call to the Upper House in December 1711, Gunter applied to the Duke of Beaufort to support him in the consequent by-election for Monmouthshire. Beaufort placed his interest ‘at your service’, though at first without apparent enthusiasm. Then, as

    ARNOLD, John II (d.1433), of Winchester, Hants.

    certainly on firm ground when dealing with his close connexion with Henry Beaufort, which began before November 1402, when he was a member of the entourage of Beaufort, then bishop of Lincoln, for his voyage to Brittany to escort Henry

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gan yiParch. J. Davies, Caerdydd, D. Edgar, Jsnes, Ysw-, M~eddyg, Caerdydd, 1 a Miss Phillips, nnig ferch Richard Philps, Ysw. Beaufort. Ar yr 20fed cyfisol, yn Nghapel Uchsaf, Clynnog, trwy P drwydded, gan y Parch. John Jones, drynredyn, yn mb;efsenol- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    i'w roddi i'r Cwmnewydd eleni na'r ilyn- edd. Yr un swm i'w barhaa. y fiwyddyn hon. eto i Brymnawr a Beaufort. Yr un. fath ag arferol i Goe- tre. Penodwyd fad Lacharn i' gael 29p. .eleni eto, ar. y ddealltwriaeth Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Evans, Oak Hill, Ohio; John Jones, Rhydbach; Wil- liam Hughes, Racine; Thomas Roberts, Yabytty; Thos. Phillips, Baraboo ; Daniel Daniels, Beaufort; William Thomas, Australia ; Thomas Jenkins, Utica; Thomas -Evans, Floyd; Thomas Thomas, Liverpoel; Daimd C. Evans, :Helwel; @Joseph Davies, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    John,, T. Evans;, OA Hill,' Ohio 'John Jones, Rhyaba, Wil liam HEgbes, Racire; ThomasRoberts, sbyty, Than Phillips, Blarab'oo';' Danitel Dsniels, Beaufort: William Thamas, iAusbtralia;, 'Thouaa ,Jenkis, UItica;' Thoma Evans, F~oy~d , Thdrnmaas Thoma$ia Li verpooaV;, Dan~dK.G Evans,. Haely.well ; 'Josep~h Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    -Ohio; John T.! Eva s-^.Pak:Hrtll O~hio.'; "Jbo,.hF ,i;,e,'ne, Rhijdb'ach ;-Wil, liamn H;ughes, Racine ,Thiokdas Roberts,'Ysbytty; Thas- Flhillips,AVaraJhpo ; Daoiel J)aniels, Beaufort; William Tor ,ossitlia; rjbes J&ni~s,A Stica ;.Tlh as, E4~&us,$ Fldgd i' T'hotllaJ 1'hinsm,'tiverpool ;'iDa'vd C.! Evans, flqjytelj;, Josep4 Davies,- Subscribers-only content


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