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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Bucknell BUCKNELL

    115; Blo. Buck . 44. Blo Buck . 44; see Oxf. Dioc. d 179. For pre-restoration drawings by J. Buckler see MS. Top. Oxon . a 65, f. 131 and reproduction opposite. Blo Buck . 44; Faculty (Bodl. Buck .

    Corrigenda to volumes I-III

    55 and 56.' Vol. II, page xi, line 9, after ' 1730 ' add ' Buck 's view.' " " xi, line 18, for ' Buck 's view, 1730' read 'c. 1800.' " " 51, note 84 a, delete this

    Parishes Little Billing Longueville. Gules a fesse dancetty ermine between six crosslets argent .

    the time of Buck 's drawing. Archaeologia , x, 67; a paper by Richard Gough , with a drawing by a Mr. Schnebbelie taken in 1789 . The view is from the north and comparison with Buck 's drawing shows

    Lolworth Manor Lolworth c. 1800

    the manor in 1807 , 11 but probably released his rights to L. W. Buck c . 1809. 12 Buck and his son George Stucley Buck (later as George Stucley cr. Bt. 1859) jointly owned c . 870 a. in

    Westwick Manors

    the estate to John Buck 61 (d. 1680). Buck 's heir was his son Thomas (d. after 1684), whose son and heir Thomas (d. 1688) was succeeded by his son, another Thomas. 62 The last Thomas Buck was owner in

  • * British History Online * *

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    House of Commons Journal Volume 1, 26 June 1572, 26 June 1572-26 June 1572

    and Cordage, twice read. Sheriffs. 3. The Bill tor the Severance of the Sheriffs of the Counties of Bedd? and Buck'. - The third Reading. - Jud'm. Conference with Lords. Mr. Serjeant Manwood, Mr. Marshe, Mr. Gryce, Mr. Hastyngs, Mr.

    WINCHE, Thomas

    by 'reading in a booke' and taking nail parings which he used to the 'help and good' of his patients. Buck, a scullion of the Lord Mayor, whom he cured for 1s. by nail parings, accused W. 'It is granted

    House of Commons Journal Volume 1, 23 February 1559, 23 February 1559-23 February 1559

    3. The Bill for Punishment of Treasons, with a Proviso from this House, - Jud'm. Leave of Absence. Edward Oldishorthe, One of the Burgesses for the Borough of Aylesbury in Buck' shire, for his Business, is licensed to be absent.

    House of Commons Journal Volume 1, 14 December 1566, 14 December 1566-14 December 1566

    Reparation of Maydenhed Bridge, by Barges, Carts, Horses, & c. Sheriffs. 2. The Bill, that several Sheriffs may be in Buck' and Bedford. - Ingrossetur. Letters Patents. 2. The Bill for Confirmation of Letters Patents, sithens the First of the


    Fissenstens read Fissenden. 174, 15 lines from top, for Grey read Guy. 174, 18 lines from top, for Beck read Buck. 174, 19 lines from top, for Imwood read Inwood. 193, No. 3, lines 6, for Capt. Thatcher read Hatcher. Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ff-abi-abau Mpthnourl. Aeth Dydd Gwyl St. Pedr beibio, ac ni wnaed y Pab yn anffaeledig; ond y mae yn byw mewn gobaith, ac yn teimlo yn hyderus, medd un go. hebydd, "y bydd i ddoethineb yr esgobion, o dan Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fbiabau mpthnoalI. CAFODD y Rhyddfrydwyr ryddhad o'u pryder c mewn perthynas i arweinydd, gan waith Mr. s Gladstone yn cymeryd ei le yn weithredol trwy anfon cylchlythyr at holl aelodau y blaid yn y Senedd yn en rhybuddio i Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    cure all discharges from the Urinarv Organ e tSi ineiher ex, acquired or constitutional. Gravel, and Pains io is the Buck. Sold in ,oxe3, ts. 6d. each, by all Cbemists and Patent Medicifle Vendors : or sent to any address Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    .1, 6,g?ar!(L4bb ?.o? lisol, if. AMSER CYMDEITHASFAOEDD Al CHYFARFODYDD MISOL. Y Gypmanea Gypfedinol. Ffestiniog, Mehefin 23-27,1879. Cjdithsfaoeed. Rock, Mynwy, Mehefin 10, 11, 12. Dinbych, Mehefin 18,19, 20. Cyfarfadydd Misot. Aberteifi, Gogledd. Tabor, Mehefiri 18, 19. Aberteifi, Dehen, Bethania, Mebefin Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    llais rhagorol Miss Lizzie Evans _ i gryn fantais yn y 'Lighthouse light' (Mount), a 'When the heart is young' (Buck), er fod y gAin olaf erbyn hyn wedi myned yn beth lied gynefin yn nghlustiau mynychwyr cyngherddau. Yr oedd Subscribers-only content

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 3, Chapter 8 [St. Pauls.] Faringdon Ward within. [Monuments.]

    the Buck to baking, and had the Head fixed on a Pole, born before the Cross in their Procession, until they issued out at the West Door ; where the Keeper that brought it, blowed the death of the Buck

    Book 3, Chapter 8 [S. Pauls.] Faringdon Ward within. [Monuments.]

    good Doe, seasonable and sweet: And upon the Feast of the Commemoration of St. Paul , in Summer, a good Buck , and offer the same at the high Altar; the same to be spent amongst the Canons Residents. The

    Book 2, Chapter 8 Cornhil Ward. Monuments in S. Peters.

    , and Rebecca Leman his second Wife. Robert Fowler , 1691 . Against the West Wall an Inscription for James Buck S.T.B. Aged 89. Dyed 1685 . In the lower End of the Church a Stone for eight Sons and

    Preface 6 Catalogue of Authors.

    the Quo Warranto. Pr. 1690 Brief Collection of History, by R. G. Parsons Three Conversions. Hist. of Rich. III. by Buck . Course and Practice of all juridical Proceedings in the Hustings. Print. 1647 An Historical Treatise of Cities and

    Appendix 1, Chapter 1 A Second APPENDIX.

    those in the Universities, is taken Notice of by those Writers who lived nearest the first Institution: Thus Sir George Buck , in his Treatise of the third University of England , (namely London ) when he says, that all

  • * John Foxe's The Acts and Monuments Online *

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    Actes and Monumentes Of the Church

    he cannot cannot depose. By me William Medowe¶ Robert Willanton, Maister of Arte, vicar of Hadnam, in the coūty of Buck. of the age of xxxvii, sworne and examined vpon the xxxiiii. xxxv. and xxxvii. articles of the matter, deposeth

  • * The Proceedings of the Old Bailey Online, 1674-1913 *

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    Ordinary's Account, 18/07/1707

    8vo. With Ntes, and a Comparison between the Antient and Modern Geography. Both printed for Charles Smith , at the Buck between the two Temple gates in Fleetstreet and Edmund Curl at the peacock without Templebar . AT the Golden


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