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    House of Commons Journal Volume 7, 19 September 1654, 19 September 1654-19 September 1654

    of the Day of Humiliation, on the 11th of October next. Ordered , That Mr. George Griffith , of the CharterHouse , be desired to be assisting in Carrying-on the Work of the Day of Fasting and Humiliation, in this

    Memorial CXXIV, Act for transfer of the School to the Charterhouse

    Charterhouse CXXVI. THE ACT FOR THE TRANSFER OF THE MERCHANT TAYLORS' SCHOOL TO THE CHARTERHOUSE, 1867. Extracts from an Act for enabling the Governors of the lands, possessions, revenues, and goods of the Hospital of King James, founded in


    368 School in Suffolk Lane (front) " 401 School in Suffolk Lane (back) " 410 Plan of Charterhouse Estate " 413 School in Charterhouse " 415 Diagram of Work " 455 Portrait of Sir Thomas White " 456 School at

    BARKER, Thomas

    Gender Male Primary occupation medical physician (MD) (Physician at Charterhouse Hosp 1604. Q Anne's service 1612. ??Surgeon.) Period of medical practice 1594-1617 Place of birth England (of Bristol) Date of death 20 Aug 1617 Address Kingston on Thames 1617. ?Gestingthorpe,

    BARKER, William

    Gender Male Primary occupation medical physician (MD) (Physician at Charterhouse Hosp 1617. Q Anne's physician 1617??) Period of medical practice 1599-1623 Place of birth London (Of London; son of Thomas Barker, 52) Date of birth c. 1580 Date of death

    WRIGHT, Laurence (Sen)

    Charterhouse. Governor of Charterhouse) Period of medical practice 1613-1657 Place of birth England (b Wrights Bridge, near Hornchurch, Essex (3rd son of John Wright)) Date of birth c. 1590 Date of death 3 Sep/Oct 1657 Address ?Romford 1618. ?Nr

    Memorial CXXII, School at Laurence Pountney Hill and Charterhouse (1561 and 1874)

    than were then educated at the four schools together, and that Westminster and the Charterhouse should be transferred to the country. 29. The Governors of the Charterhouse were prepared to act on the recommendation of this report, and accordingly, in


    Receipt. " 162, " 20, for Bedchamber read sic altered to Privy Chamber. " 286, " 14 from bottom, for Charterhouse read Christ's Hospital. " 303, " 8, for Teignmouth read Tynemouth. " 337, " 12, for enclosed read ordered.

    Cecil Papers, 1644, 01 January 1644-31 December 1644

    in another and [? later ] hand: "1644". p. (General 90 /16.) Charterhouse. [1644 ] . Appointment by the Governors of the Hospital of King James in Charterhouse of the Earl of Salisbury to be one of the Governors. Faded.

    Middlesex Sessions Rolls, 1553

    G. D. R., . . . . Jan., 6 Edward VI. 4 January, 6 Edward VI. True Bill that, at Charterhouse Churchyard within St. Sepulchre's parish co. Midd., between six and seven p.m. of the said day, Thomas Wylson, John

    Middlesex Sessions Rolls, 1571

    of the said day, Richard Hall yoman, Anthony Houghton yoman, John Hodgekynson taylor, and Anthony Powell taylor, all of Charterhouse lane co. Midd., with eight unknown disturbers of the peace, assembled riotously and, armed with clubs, knives, daggers and other

    House of Lords Journal Volume 3, 23 March 1626, 23 March 1626-23 March 1626

    vice lecta est Billa, An Act for the Establishing and Confirmation of the Hospital of King James , founded in Charterhouse , in the County of Midd . at the humble Petition, and only Costs and Charges, of Thomas Sutton

    House of Lords Journal Volume 29, February 1760, 11-20, 11 February 1760-20 February 1760

    to adjourn as they please. Governors of Charterhouse, Leave for a Bill: After reading, and considering, the Report of the Judges to whom was referred the Petition of the Governors of The Charterhouse ; praying Leave to bring in a

    Cecil Papers, July 1596, 11-20, 11 July 1596-20 July 1596

    the lease of my little tenement, parcel of Charterhouse. Being certified that to-morrow is a day appointed by your Honour and Mr. Chancellor for rating of the whole particulars concerning the Charterhouse, as I cannot conveniently wait upon you myself,

    Cecil Papers, April 1603, 16-30, 16 April 1603-30 April 1603

    mourn in black cloth, both lords, ladies and all others. The King hastens now towards London, and will be at Charterhouse on Saturday the last of April. He has sent Lord a note of the Scottish train. The Queen being

    Cecil Papers, December 1603, 1-15, 02 December 1603-12 December 1603

    violence of the weather and coldness of this place. At my last attendance on you in your terrace walk at Charterhouse I did impart my opinion of gold in Scotland, and that by his Majesty's motion to my uncle then

    Cecil Papers, March 1609, 01 March 1609-31 March 1609

    and not to merchants or citizens who appear to be no indifferent censurers between a gentleman and a merchant. From Charterhouse where I remain being scarce 'currant', otherways I should have attended myself, this 24 of March, 1608. Signed Endorsed:

    General Index, L, 01 January 1694-30 June 1695

    of England Barbican, the Berkeley Square Bishop of Bridge Broad Street Butler's Wharf Camberwell Chamber of Charing Cross Charterhouse, the. See under Charterhouse. citizens of city of Common Council of Company of Merchants of Creechurch, minister of Danish church in Subscribers-only content

    Appendix C, To Memorial III

    Mesondieux . Carpenters, masons, and labourers wages (Wine to the bp. of Norwich, 18 d . To the prior of Charterhouse, 10 d . Total, 32 l . 3 s . 7 d . f. 80b. Expenses faitz sur le

    Middlesex Sessions Rolls, 1584

    May, 26 Elizabeth. True Bill that, William Smithers alias Smithurse of the parish of St. Bottoles in the liberty of Charterhouse near London, from the said day to 1st July next following, "docuit anglice kepte a common scole in capell'

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