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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hospitals Buckingham

    Hospitals Buckingham 22. HOSPITAL OF ST . JOHN BAPTIST , BUCKINGHAM The hospital of St. John Baptist is mentioned only once, under the year 1279, in the Hundred Rolls of this county, 1 where it is stated that the master

    The borough of Buckingham

    place by which Buckingham passed to Humphrey Stafford , 204 created Duke of Buckingham on 14 September, 1444 . 205 It was retained by the Dukes of Buckingham until, on the attainder of Edward Duke of Buckingham in 1521 ,

    Preface

    a complete history of the county was made by George Lipscomb in The History and Antiquities of the County of Buckingham , published in four volumes in 1847 , some months after the death of its author. Perhaps not quite

    Editorial note

    of the Victoria History of the County of Buckingham was so far advanced when the work on it fell into abeyance on the outbreak of war, that it has been found necessary to publish the volume without bringing the contents

    Houses of Austin canons The priory of Stonely

    Ibid. Inst. Gynwell, 343. The name of the prior who died is not filled in. Ibid. Inst. Buckingham , I, 295. Ibid. Inst. Buckingham , II, 253d. Cat. of Anc. Deeds , B 1535. Visitations of Bishop Alnwick . Dugdale,

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    Buckingham

    Buckingham Borough Background Information Right of Election: in the corporation Number qualified to vote: 13 SIR GEORGE NUGENT, bt. 08 Mar. 1820 WILLIAM HENRY FREMANTLE 08 Mar. 1820 FREMANTLE re-elected after appointment to office 11 Feb 1822 SIR GEORGE

    Buckingham

    Buckingham Borough Background Information JOHN HASILWOOD 1529 EDWARD LLOYD 1529 THOMAS POPE 1536 GEORGE GIFFORD II 1536 (not known) 1539 (not known) 1542 JOHN JOSSELYN 1545 RALPH GIFFORD 1545 HENRY CAREY 1547 JOHN JOSSELYN 1547 EDWARD CHAMBERLAIN II 1553

    Buckingham

    Buckingham Borough Background Information ROBERT DRURY 1558/9 WILLIAM RISELEY 1558/9 ROBERT NEWDIGATE I 1562/3 PAUL WENTWORTH 1562/3 ROBERT NEWDIGATE I 1571 THOMAS WENMAN 1571 HENRY CAREY 1572 LAWRENCE HOLINSHED 1572 MICHAEL HARCOURT 1584 JOHN CAREY 1584 JOHN FORTESCUE I

    Buckingham

    Buckingham Borough Background Information Right of Election: in the corporation SIR RICHARD TEMPLE, Bt. c. Apr. 1660 JOHN DORMER c. Apr. 1660 Francis Ingoldsby c. Apr. 1660 SIR RICHARD TEMPLE, Bt. 1 Apr. 1661 WILLIAM SMITH 1 Apr. 1661

    Buckingham

    Buckingham Borough Background Information Right of Election: in the corporation ALEXANDER DENTON 24 Jan. 1715 ABRAHAM STANYAN 24 Jan. 1715 Thomas Chapman 24 Jan. 1715 EDMUND HALSEY 30 Nov. 1717 vice Stanyan, appointed to office ALEXANDER DENTON 23 Mar.

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 1, Chapter 27 The SAVOY.

    GEORGE . Thomas Archbishop of Canterbury . Lord Chancellor. Lord Treasurer. The Dukes of Shrewsbury , Ormond, Leeds , and Buckingham . The Earls of Pembroke , Clarendon, and Rochester . Lord Somers . The Bishops of London , Winchester

    Appendix 1, Chapter 13 Walthamstow.

    Chesham Boys in Comit. Buckingham Armigeri filiam. Beneficus erat pauperes, & in omnes pro facultatibus suis hospitalis: Pacem & coluit ipse, & aliis, ut eam mutuis officiis confirmarent, author fuit. Cum pecunia ad usus publicos exigeretur, ne major quam pro

    Book 1, Chapter 20 Tower of LONDON. Records.

    Book of the County of Lincoln . The like Books of the Counties of Bedford , of Berks , of Buckingham . And one great Book for the Counties of Somerset , Dorset , Devon and Cornwall : But not

    Book 6, Chapter 1 The City of WESTMINSTER.

    Thursday the 13th of March , in the said Chapell. His Godfathers were the King's Majesty and the Earl of Buckingham ; and the Countess of Bedford was Godmother. The Officers of the Vestry had the usual Fees. The Marriage

    Book 1, Chapter 20 TOWER of London. Wild Beasts kept here.

    the 22d Day of September , during his Life, from the Issues and Profits of the Counties of Bedford and Buckingham , coming to the Hands of the Sheriff of the said Counties for the Time being, & c. But

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    mewn gwledydd eraill. Nis gwyddom beth ydyw ei gyflog, and tybiwn nad yw yn Ilds na chyflog y labrwr yn Buckingham a Dorset, e y mae dynion a llon'd t, o blant yn gorfod byw ar o 9 i 13 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    i gynwys y teulu a'u gweinidogion, acno y byddai raid i'r plant fyned i_ es3ty, cyygf- iodd y ees 'Belas Buckingham; iddynt. . Awgrodd Mr. GLAADSTONE lefy4 mai Erin yr .oedd gan y cyhofedd. hawl '' ymoyni yng~ylch y mxater Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    seremoni 7 gyhoeddus yn Egiwys St. Paul ddydd Mawrth Yvn ddiweddnod ar y diolch yn Sandringham, nac ech yn Mhalasoedd Buckingham na Windsor. dy- Gwyddom fod calonau fyrdd yn y wlad wedi bod yn yn tywallt eu calonau mewn diolchgarwch Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    YMOSODIAD AR Y FRENHINES. Prydnawn lan, y 29ain cynfisol, ychydig wedi pump, tra yr oedd ei Mawrhydi yn dychwelyd i Buckingham rPalace, o'i rhodfa arferol, a chyn disgyn o'r cerbyd, , rhedodd bachgen ieuanc at ochr y cerbyd a daliai Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    dynasid gan Mr. Disraeli. A1ddef4ai fad gwahaniaeth yn setyllfa, y gweithwyr mewr kwahanal barthau ynyrun sir;. '.' oad am. nwydd Buckingham, yr amrywiaeth ydywo a ddrwg i, waethi. a'r lie gwaeetbaf o'r cvbl ydyw gfughen9.7, den "-lle sydd yu ymyl Subscribers-only content

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Sunday 30th July 1837

    20 minutes to 11. End of my fourteenth journal-book. - Buckingham , Palace, July 30th 1837. Victoria R. Further Details Journal Entry Place of writing Version (Principal Royal Residence) Buckingham Palace Lord Esher's typescripts Volume 3 2nd September 1836-1st November

    Tuesday 25th May 1847

    (Principal Royal Residence) Buckingham Palace Princess Beatrice's copies Volume 23 1st January 1847-31st July 1847 Volume Page Nos 171-[172] Featured Names Alexander Charles Da Maria Duke Constantine Duke of Saxe Weimar Empr of Russia Fanny Ly Coming Featured Places Buckingham

    Thursday 14th September 1837

    Tavistock , Mme. de Mérode and Lord Alfred Paget who followed in another carriage, went straight to Buckingham Palace. We drove to Buckingham Palace, and after showing it to dearest Aunt and dear Uncle, got into the carriages again. We

    Monday 20th July 1846

    & reached Buckingham Place a little before 6. - Mama & her 2 Ladies dined with us. - Lord Byron & Col: Drummond are in waiting. Further Details Journal Entry Place of writing Version (Principal Royal Residence) Buckingham Palace Princess

    Monday 31st January 1842

    June 1842 Volume Page Nos 45-[48] Featured Names Archbishop of Canterbury Ct Degenfeld Duke of Buckingham Duke of Cleveland Duke of Rutland Eos Ld Exeter Ld Lieut Ld Londonderry Ld Westmorland Sir Robert Featured Places Adelaide Cottage Buckingham Durham London

 

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