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    Machel MSS., extensively used by Nicholson and Burn in their History of Westmorland and Cumberland , the Early Records of the Barony of Appleby have been dealt with, very exhaustively, by the late Rev. Frederick W. Ragg, For which see

    Extracts from the records, 1609

    . . . to be warnit to be readie to ryd the morne at sevin houris. 25 February 1609. Act, Burn borrowit siluer . The provest, bailleis, and counsell, being chargit befoir this tyme for payment making to the Clerk

    XIX, Instrument regarding liberty for building a mill on Gardyngad Hill (1446-7)

    and erecting of the mill thereof on the south side of Gardyngad, upon the burn which is called Malyndoner, on the north side of the said burn, within the commonty of the said burgh belonging to the said burgesses and


    held at his death, of the queen by knight's service [the moiety of ] the manor of Whinfell; Nicolson and Burn, i, 115. 1569 After the death of Walter Strickland the Court of Wards granted to Alice his relict inter

    Extracts from the Records, 1583, Jul-Sept

    furriers, Thomas Diksoun; cordiners, Thomas Bruce; goldsmiths, Thomas Annand; skinners, Jhonn Bannatyne; websters, Thomas Wrycht; fleshers, James Vr; wrights, Richert Burn; masons, Mungo Tailyiefer; walkers, William Cowts; baxters, James Wod; bonnet makers, William Somer. ] New counsell . ["The foresaidis

    North Westmorland, The gaol and shire hall

    [Kaber Rigg ] plot and conspiracy, so he was executed accordingly the first day of the month following." Nicolson and Burn say that "at the west end of the bridge stands the old gaol; a little, mean, incommodious building without

    Appendices, The plague

    might well refer to the number who died in the rural deaneries rather than in the actual towns. Nicolson and Burn say that at this time the fairs and markets had to be removed from Appleby to Gilshaughlin (parish of

    Index, Q, R

    the Navigation of the Rivers of. See Local Acts, tit. Bristol. 11 W. III. c . 23. 621 Larke, alias Burn, in the County of Suffolk, for making the River of, navigable. See a Proviso for this Navigation, 57 G.


    p. 90. 1283 Thomas de Cheney conveyed to Gilbert de Brunulvesheved the hamlet of Lambrigg, reserving the park; Nicolson and Burn, i, 110. 1294 Walter de Langeton, master of the hospital of St. Leonard, York, impleaded Gilbert de Brunolvesheved that

    East Indies, May 1577, 01 May 1577-31 May 1577

    . 168, fol . 88; Otho, VIII, fol 107 110; Sloane , 2442, fol . 48; and an abstract in Burn. , 390, fol . 43. The ships sailed for this second voyage on the 26 th May. This paper

    Second parliament of King William, Fourth session - begins 4/11/1692, 04 November 1692-14 March 1693

    and pressing him to provide it for them; he answer'd, they needed not to have given themselves that Trouble; for the Virginia Convoy would be order'd to take care of their Ships . Burn it ! Burn it ! .

    William III, 1698-9, An Act for makeing the River Larke alias Burn Navigable. [Chapter XXII. Rot. Parl. 11 Gul. III.p.4. n.1.]

    Act for makeing the River Larke alias Burn Navigable. [Rot. Parl. 11 Gul. III.p.4. n.1. ] Reasons for passing this Act. Henry Ashley Esq. and other Persons empowered to make the River Larke navigable, as herein mentioned; Powers to erect


    Danby (1951) BS Barber-Surgeons' Company Bt Baronet Bul IHR Bulletin of the Institute of Historical Research bur buried Burn Token J H Burn, A Descriptive Catalogue of the London Traders Tokens (1855) C C Company Cal Comm Comp Calendar of

    Preston Richard

    moiety of the manor of Preston Richard; Nicolson and Burn, i, 212. 1603 William Johnson of Stub, gent., purchased the Old Hall of Preston Richard with the demesne; Nicolson and Burn, i, 213. 1623 George Preston, who died in 1640,

    Parishes (East Ward), Long Marton

    will (1358) desired to be buried in the quire of the Blessed Margaret of Marton; Hugh Todd and Nicolson and Burn speak of St. Margaret and St. James; while Ecton's Thesaurus only mentions St. James. The church of Long Marton


    n. 37. 1272 1307 Avice daughter (and ? heir) of Adam de Henecastre married Thomas de Hellebeck, knt. Nicolson and Burn, Hist. Westmorland i, 202. 1276 John de Henecastre and Benedict his brother arraigned an assize of novel disseisin against

    Cecil Papers, March 1587, 01 March 1587-31 March 1587

    commit you. Order is taken that hereafter none shall write or receive letters from thence by his Majesty's knowledge. Bruntelond [Burn t Island ] , 20 March. 1 pp. 502. John Burstall and Nicholas Barry. 1586/7, March 22. Warrant under

    Index, E, 01 March 1326-31 December 1571

    112. his health; 121. his illness and death; 123, 125. picture of; 131. confession of his religion; 133. Ee , Burn and Rysgate, rivers or drains in Lincolnshire called; 124. Effard , Thomas, of Guernsey; 320. Eglionby , Edward; 444.

    Four Shillings In The Pound Aid 1693-1694, City of London, Farringdon Ward Without, Whitefriars Precinct, -

    , John 10.00 50.00 1.80 150.00 Goozy , Richard 1.60 8.00 0.00 0.00 Hawks , John 4.80 24.00 0.30 25.00 Burn , John 5.20 26.00 0.00 0.00 Smyth , Anthony 2.40 12.00 0.00 0.00 Bates , Thomas 2.40 12.00 0.00

    Proceedings in the Commons, 1601, November 2nd - 5th, 02 November 1601-05 November 1601

    upon Oath, that it is commonly sold for a Groat a Quart. It is as strong as Wine, and will Burn like Sack . Glascock against the suppressing of Alehouses for very good Reasons . Mr. Glascock of Grays-Inn moved

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