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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Appendix 1, Chapter 13 Low Leyton.

    a fair Stone, with a Coat of Arms bearing Baron and Femme. The Baron, two Cheverons. The Femme, within a Border with Roundlets, the Field Checky. The Colours appear not. Inscribed thus: Here lyeth the Body of Lawrence Moyer ,

    Book 6, Chapter 5 The City of WESTMINSTER.

    dead Wife, for whom it was there set up: Also of a Death's Head, with an Hour-glass upon it: The Border of the Table filled (excellent in Proportion and Colours) with Deaths Heads, Branches of Palm, and other fresh and

    Appendix 1, Chapter 11

    Princes. In the Church of Kensington are these Monuments. I N the Chancel, a Balck Marble Grave-stone, with a White Border , for Sir William Lister , 1649 . In the Pew under the Pulpit, Aaron Mico , Merchant, 1652

    Book 1, Chapter 17 TOWER of London. Coins.

    of late Writers; of whom some have said, Easterling Money to take that Name of a Star stamped in the Border or Ring of the Penny; other some, of a Bird, called a Star or Starling , stamped in the

    Book 3, Chapter 3 [The Counter.] Cheape Ward. [Present State.]

    called Blossom 's Inn, corruptly called Bosome's Inn; and hath the Sign of St. Laurence upon a Grid-Iron, in a Border of Flowers and Blossoms. This Inn is very large, and much resorted unto by Carriers and others. It hath

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Tudor York Military affairs

    the shire formed the main source of reserves and the second line of defence against Scotland . 30 While the Border made the chief military demands upon the city, threats sometimes developed nearer at hand. In July 1547 , when

    Note on abbreviations

    ) and Heraldic Dictionary (later History ) of the Peerage ( 1826-1970 ) Bye-Gones Bye-Gones relating to Wales and the Border Counties (Oswestry, [ 1871-1940 ] ) Cal. Chart. R . Calendar of the Charter Rolls preserved in the Public

    Abbreviations

    . Cambrian Archaeological Association, Archaeologia Cambrensis B.A.A. Birmingham Archidiocesan Archives, Archbishop's House, Birmingham Byegones Bye-Gones relating to Wales and the Border Counties (Oswestry, [ 1871-1940 ] ) Cranage D. H. S. Cranage , An Architectural Account of the Churches of

    Bawdrip Manors and other estates

    died before 1201. Richard's heirs were his sisters Sabina, wife of Hugh of Greinton , Rose, wife of Thomas le Border , and Amabel, wife of William of Walton , and John la Stock, husband or son of a deceas

    Note on abbreviations The 14th- Century Landscape Around Wellington

    for Editors and Authors ( 1970 ), may require elucidation: B.L. British Library Bye-Gones Bye-Gones relating to Wales and the Border Counties (Oswestry, [ 1871-1940 ] ) C.S. Cantilupe Society Cranage D. H. S. Cranage , Architectural Account of the

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Miss Powell, Pin Cushion and Anti- y1 macassars. Rev. J. Hughes, Thomas a' Kempis. Be Miss M. Bridgeman, Worked Table Border. Miss Y3 Lillingeton. Lace Fichu. Mr. and Mrs. Evan Edwards 3 (butler), Claret Jug and 2 Decauters. Annie Barker, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CY HOEDDIADAU GA Hughes & Son, Wrexham. COFIANTAU. Cofiant y Parch. John Jones, Tasarn. Mewn cysylltiad a hanes Duwinyddiaeth a Phregethu Cymra. Gan 0. THOMAS, D.D., Liverpool. Haner-rhwym, 15s.; xeU yn ddwy gyfrol, IZan hardd, I5s. Gydag Arlan cywir Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Collegea Bela, ith lodgings in the town, whero they can provide them. selve's as they please.8Q iqare Term fo Border, SQuieasper quarter; for others, 2 Quineas. a THE WILLOW-STREET ACADEMY I' OSWESTRY. a HEAD MASTER: MR. OWEN OWEN, B.A, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    TREVELYAN Mewn caenlniad i apwyntiad Mr. G. 0. Trevelyan yn Brif-Yegrifenydd yr Iwerddon, ail etbolwyd ef yn aelod dres y Border Boroughs Addydd MIaecher diweddaf yn ddiwrthwynebiad. Wrtb gydoabed y bleidlais o ymdd ried yn y Llvwodraeth, siaradai Mr. Travelyan Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    NODION O'R BRIFDDINAS. (ODDIWBTH EIN GOHEBYDD NEILLDUOL). E - . ( rMR. F. W. RUD1ER, F.G. S., ar " GYMRU YN OES YR I IA" -CYMDEITHAS Y CYMMRODORION A'I d THREVNIADAU-CYMDEITHAS GEN}HADOL Gymar. BEtG DINAS LLrNDAIN-AGORIAD YR INTER- NATIONAL Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    TALLENTYRE, Thomas (d.c.1579), of Carlisle, Cumb.

    in place of Robert Mulcaster. A writ for a by-election occasioned by his own death was issued on 24 Jan. 1579. A Thomas Tallentyre, perhaps his son, was living at Castle Sowerby in 1581.C193/32/8; C219/283/5, 6; Border Pprs. i. 45.

    MARTIN, John.

    him, but if he saw this Parliament through he was presumably returned to that of 1536, in accordance with the King’s general request for the re-election of the previous Members.J. Scott, Berwick, 479; Cal. Border Paprs., ii. 796; E101/531/34; E179/69/9.

    BLENNERHASSETT, Thomas, of Carlisle, Cumb.

    was among ‘the justices and most of the gentlemen’ of the west march who petitioned the Privy Council in 1600.Carlisle Recs. (Cumb. and Westmld. Antiq. and Arch. Soc. extra ser. iv), 272; CSP Scot. ii. 633; Border Pprs. ii. 689.

    DACRE, Henry (c.1577-1623), of Lanercost, Cumb.

    Dates Wootton Bassett 1597 Biography Dacre’s father was sheriff of Cumberland in 1565 and 1581-2, a border commissioner, and one of the few border squires described as ‘well affected’ in 1583. His estate was then valued at £300. When Henry

    AGLIONBY, Edward II (d.1599), of Carlisle, Cumb.

    Thomas Warcop. In 1592 he sent Burghley an account of local administration and politics on both sides of the west border with Scotland and of the state of English military preparedness in the area. Returning home from Corby on a

 

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