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  • * British History Online *

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    Appendix II

    Chamber) who are appointed to attend his Majesty into Holland this summer: see supra p.285. Mr. Beaubuisson, Gentleman of the Bows and his assistant 201 15 0 Mrs. Ireland, Mistress Starcher 134 10 0 Mrs. College, Mistress Sempstress 134 10

    Index of Subjects, B

    Belts , for the Army, 264. Births , duties on. See Marriages. Biscuits , for the Navy, 57. Bows. See King's Bows. Brewers. See Excise. Bridle cutter , 292 . Brokers , 10, 77. Act for restraining the number and

    House of Commons Journal Volume 1, 16 March 1563, 16 March 1563-16 March 1563

    The Bill for unlading of Malmeseys, at Sweet Wines, at Southampton. Bowyers; L. 1. 2. Proviso for the Price of Bows by the Bowyers. Witchcraft; L. 1. The Bill for Punishment of Invocations of Evil Spirits, Witchcraft, Inchantment, or Sorcery.

    Index of Subjects, G

    165, 184, 193, 205, 278. Guineas , 29, 46, 56, 58, 77, 142, 210, 246, 247, 249, 296; loans in, 8, 125, 162. Gunpowder. See East India Company; Ordnance. Guns. See King's Bows and Guns. Gunsmiths , Company of, 32.

    Index of Subjects, J, K

    King's Bench , 33, 313; Lord Chief Justice of, 241. -, Ireland. See Index of Persons and Places Ireland. King's Bows and Guns , Gentleman of, allowance of, 138 ; Keeper of, 242. King's Closet Keeper , salary of, 106.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tholgl the cases have hitherto beani unesther llunueruns nor faital, the apprehlensions of ite PuI-Lh aWe alrcady very, poverfilAly excited. Bows NAPATr, it is stated, has csaVened a Conclave of Cardittaai at Paris, for thie prliqsnSe of plas.illg Cardinal. trscin. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I right toech- P-ut kiss, one kiss-'Tis her breathitieg titat er~lrfn s thje cha tr thus: The flame 'oth' tapar Bows toward her, aid would tinder-peep her lids To see th' lclosed fights now caanopied inder the windowv-, whvtite and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and speak the truth. This was the mode of Cyrus, best of kings- A mode adopted since by modern youth. Bows have they, generally with two strings; Horses they ride without remorse or ruth At speaking truth perhaps they are Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    likewise thellargest, most fasbionable,. aud natural assortmnent of Ornamental Hair extant, with separate Rooms for fiting ,on Head-Dresses, Peruques, Fronts, Bows, Ringlets, Scalps, &c. ' ;. 2 A R P E T S.-The Nobility, Gent', and Public cie inviied to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    'me et t oabew,[ afd nbtiiral asSortrnent of frtiamental H Rair- extantwath- separate Itasu Jlr hoing ontoad Dressea; iPefoques,' Frofts Bows, RingietsScalps, &c, , CA A BR .PET- S 4Ie Nobi ity, Gntry, and Public, tare invited. . ,, to Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Bowes Vipont. Gules six rings or . Bowes . Ermine three long-bows gules .

    the public-house there is in this wild silent road till you come to Jack Railton the Quaker's house 19 at Bows .' 20 Lord Harley wrote a witty account of his journey over Stainmore in 1745 , and men tions

    City walls, bars, posterns and bridges

    and the Queen's Bow , and that the extreme arches were dry. Certainly the fishing under the King's and Queen's Bows was frequently leased by the corporation. 21 The dry arch at the eastern end of the bridge was called

    Edmonton Economic history

    included 54 a. by John Leake , of which 14 a. was in Langhedge, the whole of Pratt field, and Bows field. 11 Since Bone intimidated the inhabitants of Edmonton , it was the Enfield tenants who appealed to Sir

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    8 January 1702, 8 January 1703

    old Meafures to be damned and broken be- " fore Cbrifimas, on Pain of £. 20. to be levied on " every City and Borough. " 19 H. VII. C. 4. Aa againft ihooting in Crofs Bows. 5 «< If Subscribers-only content

    8 January 1702, 8 January 1703

    An Aft concerning Reformation of Apparel " ufed within this Realm. " C. 13. An Aft annulling (hooting in Crofs Bows, " Extends the Pecuniary Penalties of the Statute " 19 H. VII. to other Perfons. " 4 H. VIII. Subscribers-only content

    8 January 1702, 8 January 1703

    Price fet, to forfeit 3 /. j d. " C. 17. N. 17. An Aft concerning {hooting in Crofs' " Bows and Hand Guns. "Forfeiture for every Offence £-ic. and alfo the' " Crofs Bow or Hand Gun. " C. Subscribers-only content

    8 January 1702, 8 January 1703

    in the 23 H. VIII, " (whereby the Price of Bows as fixed upon feveral " Penalties) are repealed; and it enafts, That every •• Bowyer lhall have 50 Bows of Elm, &t. by him at " a Time, on Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 23 July 1830

    the Officers received were not to fire upon them, if they could possibly take them. They were mostly armed with Bows and Arrows ; they were found to be a very contemptible Enemy; and, for the Purpose of sparing Bloodshed, Subscribers-only content

 

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